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md glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Maiu street, opposite the Pico
House. (Join lonian aud la
dies will be waited upon by persons
if their own sex. novlltf
FraukToal informs the citizens
of Los Augeles generally that he is
now shoeing horses at $1 50 per set.
His slop is at No. 97 Spring street,
opposite the M. E. Church South.
All work warranted. mylOtf
The dry goods and novelty store
of Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
soit to the ladies of Los Angeles.
Mr. Prager has one of the most ex
tensive and recherche stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
und tbero is absolutely nothing
necessary to thu feminine toilette
wbicb may not be found in his
store. Ho has been guided lv his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of the requirements of this section,
und the latest fashions and novel
ties may bo at all times luspected
at No. 5 Commercial street. Glvo
him a call. my 7
Teutonia Saloon, 123 Main Street.
The celebrated Fkedkricks
burgh. Lager Beer will be, from
his day, on draught and be k9pt
til through the Summer montbson
cc. Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock;
II delicacies always on hand.
A.T. McDonouuh:, lato of 39
Spring street, has just opened the
acmes of Fashion ut No. 12, Tem
ple street, where be will be pleased
to meet his old customers and the
public in general, to whom, as be
fore, he guarantees the most stylish
and best tittl ng clothes to be had
IU the city.
The Ladles' Oyster Rooms, Re
iiieua street, near Main, opposite
t.lie Uuited States Hotel, are again
opened to tbe ladies ami will be
carried on iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
tnd receive prompt and respectful
mention. Oysters in every style,
brlinps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
o. hand. Jon Bayer.
'•ct 4 tf
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
live made arrangements to receive
month ly cargoes of the famous Ph.
3)st Brewing Company's export
lager beers. These beers are made
it Milwaukee ami bottled by the
ilessrs. Stain m & Meyer. Tbe
irst of the cargoes arrived yester
day, consisting of aa eutire load.
I'lie Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
enabled to oiler special advantages
to purchasers. Tbe first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer at the Centennial Expo
sition, at the Wisconsin State Fair,
held at Milwaukee, aud at tlie
futer-State Fair held at Chicago.
1 man 21
Carving knives at Suthtrluiiu'H,
75 Main street. . 2my7
do to McKenzie's, 129 Main
ureet, Ponet block, for the finest
lomestic and imported liquors aud
wines, by the bottle or ou draught.
The purity of these wines and ii
mors is guaranteed, and McKen
eie's host of customers testify
jnantmously as to their merit, j.'ttf
Joe Bayer, of dugress Hall, has
just received a consignment of
boo i lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
*? a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Qive
him a oall. Corner Main and Re
quena streets, opposite tbe U. S.
Fishing tackle and cutlery at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Cattierwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
Kroin their agents, DICKSON, De w*OLF
A Co., San Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville, Ivy., by the Bottle
or Uallou, at LOW PKICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SAMPLE UOOM
Is provided with' the purest
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Division, nf Telegrams and Reports for
tho benefit of Commerce and Agrleull ore.
Report of observations taken at Los An
g'lf, fill.. Au;n»t 12 IK7B.
Maximum Thermometer, 87.
J. M. Fiiantz, Observer.
The Slgßal Service tlieiiiomettr
registered 87° yesterday.
A dry goods clerk who speaks
Spanish Is advertised for In our
Mr. Charles R. Johnson returned
from a three weeks' trip to Kan
Mr. Tom Stockpole left yesterday
per steamer Senator on it business
visit to Sau Francisc >.
Mr. Richard Garvc-y, Receiver
in thu Templo & Workman estate,
returned to the city yesterday.
Mr. E. J. Baldwin, of the Santa
Anita rancho, was among yester
day's overland passenger* from
Don F. P. Foster occupies rooms
at the Palaco Hotel, Sau Francisco,
iv which city lie spends the greater
part of the year.
A party of surveyors arrived
from Sonoma oounly on .Saturday
to make a survey of the Azusa
rancho, preparatory to its subdivi
Major Frank Ganahl, who has
been acting as one of the rouusel
for the prosecution of the More
murderers at Ventura, got home on
Mr.Sawyer, of East Los Angeles,
a gentleman who has extensive
properly interests in this county,
Is in the counting cilice of Roman
At Co., Sau Francisco
The cars of the Sixth street ai d
East Los Angeles Railway will ruu
one way by the new track,returning
by the old, thus obviating the ue
cessity for a wait, ut tbe Upper
Main street switch.
There are now on stung* at
Naud's warehouse fifty thousand
sacks of barley. It Is coming In at
tbe rate of two thousand sacks per
day. Only a small percenlage of
the crop is yet threshed.
Mr. I.vis Wolfskill ii at Hie
Palace Hotel, San Fraueisco. He
Is completing the details of the
■ale of (lie Oaltou ranch In (he
Azus.a to a colony of practical
farmers from Sonoma county.
Mr. L. W. Thatcher Sunday re
turned from a threo weeks' paseo
which embraced Sacramento, Red
Blull'and other cities. He report)
lhat Los Angeles is as lively 09
any portion of the State visited by
We havu been favored wilb com
plimentary tickets lo the hop at
Union Hall to-uight lv honor of
our Visalia visitors. It will un
doubtedly lion very pleasant affair
as nothing has beeu left undone by
th* management to assure all who
attend a good time.
Among the additional subscribers
to the stock of the Home Industrial
Aid Association wo notice Ihe
names of Messrs. J. A. Moerenhaut
(French Consul), I. B. Uunkel
berger, H. K. W. Bent, S. B. Cas
well, J. \V. Stump, Judge Peel and
We have received an invitation
to be present nt tlie "Bar Milzvah"
of Master Manuel Cohu, son of Mr,
I. Cohu, which takes place at the
Synagogue, Fort fitreet, on Satin
day, August 17th, at 10 A. M. Re
ception at residence, 201 Spring
streot, from 2} to U P. M.
By notice in our Now To-Day it
will be seen that a meeting of tlio
stockholders iv tbo Home Indus
trial Aid Association has been
called at the County Court room ou
Wednesday eveulng, at 7J o'clock,
for tho election of Incorporators
and Trustees. A full meeting Is de
Capt. A. H. Wllcou and Mr. A.
E. Horlon, both of San Diego, aud
the latter the founder of tbat town
of "great expectations," were en
countered by the editor of this pa
per in San Francisco Saturday.
Hope deferred in Texas Pad Ho
matters has not made Hortou sick,
for we never saw him looking but
Mr. J. M. Grimth, wife and
daughter returned Sunday from a
three weeks' trip ;o S.in Francisco
and tbe up country. Mr. Griffith
left a couple of nil boys at San
Mateo, and then, with bis family,
visited most of the attractive re
glous within easy reach of Sau
Fraucisco, Including the Big Trees.
His paseo embraced just three
Capt. George A. Johnson, Don
Marco Forster aud Don Pancho
Pico are in Los Augeles, at the St.
Charles. The two last ball from
the debatable ground between Los
Angeles uud Hun Diego, while the
former gentleman, 11-,ou)>h resid
ing at Prfiasqilitas, Shu Diego
county, belongs praotloally to llie
whole Stale, whose luterests l:e
has largely assisted to foster.
There was a somewhat peculiar
and distingue funeral demonstra
tion lv front of Sing Hop's store,
In Chinatown, Sunday night. An
officiating Chinaman, probably a
priest, deposited a tray loaded with
grapes, ptache3, rice, condi
ments and other Chinese edibles,
ou the sidewalk. Half a doz>n as
sistants built up a long pile of pa
par, of various sizes, eaoli with an
inscription of some kind, aud
highly •rnameuted with gilt em
blazonments. After it had been
made high enough and long
enough, the priest appeared with a
vessel which contained brandy.
This he proceeded to pour into
three tiny oups which stood on the
tray. Having tilled the cups be
emptied them lv a melo dramatic
manner, refilling and re-emptying
them. Then I lie pile of papers wus
fired, together with a lot of red
sticks aud a number of small can
dles, aud we supposo tho spirit of
tbe departed was in a glow of un
alloyed bliss. This thing of selting
out edibles to a dead Chinaman re
markably resembles the habit
Christian and European people
nave or heaping distinctions upon
their great men when they are
dead. Tbe philosophical China
man may readily be imagined as
craving a little less hospitality af
ter death and a little more before.
Para beer is now known to the
medical profession us ouc of the
best and molt Invigorating tonics,
aud, in all c t j es where they wish
to strengthen their putieut with
out the use of drugs, la Invariably
prescribed by liberal practitioners.
Iv order that the desired effect may
be attained, it is absolutely essen
tial that the article should bo Iree
from the deleterious drugs which
in these days are so often tued by
unscrupulous brewers to give ficti
tious strength lo their beverages.
The Philadelphia Brewery, under
the management of Mr. Mahlstedt,
lias achieved a reputation for the
production of an article that for
purity and health-giving qualities
cannot be excelled ou the Coast.
Orders by mail or left at the brew
erj*, on Allso stront, nromntlv
A careful count shows that there
are ono hundred and twenty-five
tents iv Santa Monica cation.
Counting both cafijti and towu
proper there were at least two
thousand people down at the beach
from this city Sunday. At old
Santa Monica, at 11:30, there were
at least two hundred battlers in the
surf at oue time and the crowds at
new Santa Monica who sought the
"bliny" were simply beyoud com
putation. Five new tents were
being erected at the cation, which
shows that the cry is "still they
About half-past four o'clock on
Sunday afternoon the old dwelling
house at the City Gardens caught
Ore and was utmost entirely de
stroyed. A number of orauge trees
near the house were considerably
scorched by the heat aud flames.
The Messrs. Eherle, whose place is
one of the most highly improved In
the city, regret the damage to their
beautiful trees more than tlio loss
of the house. Wu have not learned
whether there was any insurance
ou the building.
Yesterday afternoon, as the train
from Santa Monica was coming up
Alamedastreet, a half drunk squaw
attempted to throw herself In front
of the locomotive as it passed
Aliso street. Officer Jerome, who
was standing near, caught her by
tbe dress and jerked her back just
as the engine went whizzing past.
Had Jerome beau a second later
the woman would undoubtedly
have been crushed.
In Judge Peel's Court yesterday
one drunk paid So and another
went up for ten days; James Carr,
for battery, got 20 days; Gustnve
ferret, for the same cfl'once, paid
$10; Wm. Spear, accused of an at
tempt to rob, whs discharged, the
evidence being insufficient; John
Lent for assault, went up for ten
days, and Ah Guy, for stealing
water, paid $10.
Messrs. A. W. Potts, County
Clerk, and \V. P. Banning got
back from their visit to their old
Eastern homes by yesterday's over
land train. Mr. Potts says ho
walked through tho streets of his
native town "a stranger in a
strange laud" and passed himself
off as a land speculator In search of
a profit-.bio investment.
Following aro tlie shipments
ft-oin the Santa Ana dopot for the
week ending August Dili! Honey,
8,181 pounds; green fruit, 727
pounds; merchandise, 24.300
pounds; eggs, 8 coses; ore, 23,623
pounds; beaus, 2,578 pounds. To
tal, 58,955 pounds.— Santa Ana
Tho Baptist Church at Santa Ana
will be dedicated on the (lrst Sun
day In September. Be vs. A. J.
Frost, of San Jose, Angel, and
other eminent, divines will be
present. The Sunday school will
open us soon as the church is com
The Santa Ana Herald of the
10th says that B. F. Niinmo traded,
on Thursday last, an undivided
half interest iv the Thanksgivine
mine, Santa Rosa district, for 2000
acres of land iv Tennessee, valued
Michael Young, who shot Adolfo
Stlvas at a dauce iv Sonora on Sat
urday night, was examined before
Judge Peel yesterday, and, it being
shewu tbat the shootinc was en
tirely accidental, was discharged.
The new Bhoestore of H. Schind
ler, between the St. Charles Hotel
and Uncommon building, is rapid
ly approaching completion. Mr.
Schindler will resume possession
oa the Ist of October.
Phoouix, Arizona, has just had
Us moat severe r in storm iv sev
eral years. Tw< nchea
of wutcr fell nut dam
age was done to
A new dry g ith a
large stock of I les of
goods, just pure s and
New York, will (. om
merclal street I
Dr. D. B. Hofi uerly
practiseil medici ireles,
is now Surgeon el Is
Ushering in the Supreme Court.
Our people aro generally aware
that, iv the ensuing October, we
■ball have the first regular session
of the Supreme Court of California
in Los Angeles. It is proposed to
get up au excursion to this city on
that occasion which will be partic
ipated in by many members of the
Loglslature and other distinguished
oitizeus of tbe State. With the
view of beiug beforehand in tho
matter, Hon. D. B. Woolf, the
Clerk of the Supreme Court, ad
dressed a communication to tbe
railway officials to ascertaiu what
excursion rates would be accorded.
Mr. Woolf's note elicited the fol
Central Pacicic It. R. Co , )
Passenger and Ticket Dep't, !•
Sau Francisco, Aug. 7, '78. J
Mr. li. D. Wool/, Clerk Supreme
Court, 640 Clay street, oily:
Dear Sut: Referring to your
conversation some time ago with
our General Superintendent rela
tive to an excursion to Los Augeles
on 10th of October next, remaining
there Iwo or three days, ( take
pleasure in informing you that I
am instructed to offer a rale of $23
for the round trip for those starting
from this city, San Josf, Stockton
nnd Sacramento, not. Including
sleeping accommodations. This
rate is made with the uude'S.null
ing thut the party travel together,
both ways; i. c., going south Ojt.
10th ( Thursday 1 and return lug leave
Los Angeles on the 14th or loth, as
you may decide. As this is a spe
cial rate, our ticket agents will
only be authorised to issue tickets
accordingly on pruseutatiou ef or
ders or permits from this office.
Wo will therefore require the
names of the participants and the
points from which they tire to
start. Any starting Met or north
of Sacrameuto would pay local
fares to lhat station.
T. H. Ooodman,
O. P. & T. A,
The Father John Celebration.
On Sunday evcuing tho Turn Vc-
reltiGerniania of this city met to cel
ebrate the 100 th anniversary ofihe
birth of Frlederloh Ludwis Jehu,
the originator of the gymnastic
system of education which has had
tbe good result of Increasing tbe
average stalnrs of his oountrymen.
Tbe hull was appropriately and
beautifully decorated fir the occa
sion. Tables ludon with good
cheer, artistically relieved by pyra
mids and bouquets of bright col
ored flowere, were conveniently ar
ranged, nt which were seated the
membeis ot the Society, accom
panied hy their families, those In
separable adjuncts of all German
Mr. C. C. Lips was chosen Presi
dent and accepted tbe honor iv a
grace.'ul and eloquent address. He
was followed by Mr. L. Lichteu
berger, who dolivered an interest
ing biographical sketch of Father
Jalin, ns ho is familiarly known to
his followers. Mr. Llctenberger's
remarks abouudud in eloquent pas
sages and the addresses of both
gentlemen were received with fre
quent burtti of applause. Mr, J,
Ktihrts proposed the toast, "Father
Jahn and His Successors," which
was responded to by Mr. C. C. Lips.
"Faderlaud" was feelingly re
sponded to hy Mr. Conrad Jacoby,
of the Sued Californisohe Post, who
drew v vivid retrospect of the
plea-nut days in tlie happy land
aoross the seas. His effort was lis
tened to witli attention and elicited
frequent burstsof applause.
Tlie speeches and toasts were In
terspersed with songs and instru
mental music, the latter under the
direction of Mr. Buthard, musical
director of the Society. During tho
evening Herr Suder gave au ex
hlbitiou of his class of gymnasts,
who showed remarkable improve
ment and wonderful skill iv manly
sports und feats of agility.
Altogether the celebration was
oue of ( lie most delightful that has
ever taken place in Los Augeles
and will bo long remembered by
all who had tlio good fortune to be
Qeorgc K. (lard, Billy Ileitis,
Monis RotbObihJ und the rest of
tho Temescal excursion party got
home yesterday. They report hav
ing killed three deor and quanti
ties of other game, besides catching
all the fish they wanted. The
boys look rugged and sun burned
and all say they had a splendid
time. They found It luconvenieut
to bring either fish or game back
wilh them. Those of the boys who
were debarred from tbe pleasures
of the trip say tbe reason is obvi
ous—but then euvy is an engredi
ent of human nature and they
were not of tbo parly.
Articles of incorporation have
been lileit in the office of the Secre
tary of Stale of tbo Mound City
Land ami Water Association of Los
Angeles county. The object is to
purchase realty and water rights,
ami to cultivate lands, and erect
buildings therein, and to develop,
gather and sell water. Principal
place of business, Los Angeles;
capital slock, $200,01)0, in 4,000
shares, nil of which is subscribed.
Directors—Win. A. Spurlook, J.
U. Heawell, T. W. Hudson, Louis
Wolfskin, O. W. Morgan, all of
On Stititljy night chicken thieves
broke open a wire coop in front of
Oustott's poultry store anil stole
three thoroughbred Brahma chick
ens that were lv tbe coop with two
comman clilcksns. They also broke
opeu a quail coop, taking as many
of the birds as thoy wauted and let
ting tbe others go. This is tho third
time Mr. Onstotl's coops have been
robbed. Heretofore the thieves
have contented themselves with
oominon chickens, but t'lis time
nothing short ot pure blood sttls
Theodore Rlghettl, a Swiss, was
fatally injured while moving a
bouse at Sau Diego the other day.
The rope used in moving It snapped
and in tlie recoil, Righetti was
struck In tbo bead by the severed
line, and knocked insensible. No
hope wits entertained of bis recov
ery at last uecouuts.
The new IVtsby teriuu Church at
Sauta Ana, It is expected, will be
ready for occupancy In about three
OUR WINES, BRANDIES AND OR
AOUt With Soma Heavy Wins Haaufcctarers
—Tut Qrewlnj Favor of OaliforniaWines sad
Brandies i n tho Bait—California Staples
snd Earojaan Lahali—Tho Orang* Trade.
During our lata visit to San Fran
cisco we took occasion to interview
a number of the leading manufac
turers of California wines and
brandies. Our first visit was to Mr.
Benjamin Dreyfus, who is largely
In tbe trade, and who has exten
sive viueyards near Anaheim. Mr.
Dreyfus is almost universally
known in Lis Angeloa, he is a
practical and sagaoioui man aud
his opinions will ba received with
deference by all parsons interested
lv the trade and in Otis of the prin
cipal industrial of ibis county.
To tha remark tbat we under
stooU tbat be bad bean lately over
the Auabolm ami Los Angeles
vineyards, aud to an inquiry as lo
their probable yield, Mr. Dreyfus
replied that the grape crop would
be light this year. Tbe grapes bad
not filled out. Hu did not know
whether to aseiiba this fact to the
drouth of last year or to tbo exces
sive lalus of the present. The oue
patent fact was that the two sea
sons takeu together were excep
tional and the result was as he
We asked Mr. Dreyfus whether
tbe status of the California wine
and brandy trade was euconraging.
Ho replied that It was highly so.
Our staples were coming largely
Into demand In tlio East and large
quantities of California wines and
brandies were baiu,' sold there and
in California with foreign labels.
He himself frequently received
large order* for California wiucs so
labeled, both from the trade aud
from private patrons, the lattersay
iug that their guests iWished it
highly If lliey supposed that It was
manuf.'iclured iv Europe.
Wt) asked Mr. Dreyfus'* opinion
as it wine maker whether wo could
make wines iv California up to the
standard of the light wines of the
Mr. Dreyfus replied 1 tint we cer
tainly could if ire pleated the prop
er kind of grape*! Many of the light
wines now mads iv California
were quite as good as good Rhine
wine, and many of them were
much better than the average
grade of fair Rhino wines. The
Reisliug, for instance, was such a
wine, and many Rhine wines were
amazingly improved by admixture
with the native California wines.
We here said Unit many persous
complained ut a headache as a con
sequence of drinking California
Mr. Dreyfus rejoined that a
headache would undoubtedly fol
low the drinking of Improporly
made wine, whether manufac
tured In Europe or America. Wine
should bs fully fermented before
being drank, and if it was not It
would ferment in the stomach of
tbe drinker, or in whatever warm
place into which it should be in
troduced, an I a hsa taOQS was the
natural result te the drinker of
such misplaced and ill-timed fer
mentation. Universally satisfac
tory results had not been accom
plished in the manipulation of
California wines simply through
tbe ignorance of the maker and
the general prevalence of the "Mis
sion" grape, which, owing to tbe
large quantity of saccharine matler
it contained, was too heavily al
coholic. Excellent results had,
however, been obtained in the
mauufature of port wine by using
the Mission "rip?, aud, and as a
brandy making staple, it was un
We asked if we could make as
goed a brandy iv California us
they manufacture iv France.
Tho reply was,every whit as good,
or as good ns was made iv tbe
world, tbe single condition being
that the correct procoss should be
followed In the manufacture, aud
that our brandies should be allowed
to acquiro the proper age, whioh
last was a line qua n-jn to its mar
Thanking Mr. Dreyfus for his
politeness and communicative dis-
position, we next iutcrviewed Mr.
Landsbcrgor, another celebrated
maubfaelurer of California wines
and brandies. His opinions
were lv the main similar
to those expressed by Mr.
Dreyfus, but he took oouasion
to Inveigh bitterly against what he
termed the prescriptive policy to
wards California wine and brandy
makers pnnusd by [be National
Government. Mr. Luidsbarger as
serted that, ewiug to our internal
revenue laws, it was almost impos
sible for the California distiller to
make any money. Wo can't even
distill whiskey fromcoru profitably
in this State owing to specially
rigorous restrictions trim which
the Eastern manufacturer is free.
We next mailt a few luquirles as
to the state of the orange trade;
and, for that purpose, we sought
the warehouio of the Messrs. Qiegg
A Emerson. We 11 n I that almost
the entire bulk of the oranges con
sumed iv this State como from L is
Angeles county. The Tahiti or
ange is lv great disfavor with the
public an I their Importation is no
louger profitable A fow oranges
oame from Napa and Sonoma, hut
our Informant doubted if a thou
sand boxes a season were shipped
from the whole' State oulsldo of Los
Angeles oouuty. Tbe few that
were coming to market from these
scattered groves wore, however, of
a very superior quality, many of
them being much liner looking
than the famous Southern fruit. He
looked upon the orange market as
eaeable of an Indefinite expansion
—a theory which will doubtless be
reoelved with high favor by the
owners of the numerous graves in
this county which are just about to
District OSUrI SEPULVEDA. J.
Monday, August 12, 1878.
J. S. Slauson vs. Nursery Com
pany—Case summitted; points
filed as heretofore ordered.
Oarey vs. White et al.—Motion
to dissolve restraining order de
nied; ordered (ogive bond on same
in the additional amount of $500
within four days.
Toutier vs Los Angeles Improve
ment aud Lund Co-operative Asso
ciation et al.—Demu t rer submit ted;
two days to file points.
Wakefield vs. Santa Aua Irriga
gatiou Company—Heariug to show
caioe etc , passed informally.
Briswalter vs. Cot»—Amended
Charles vs. Egan -Amended de
murrer submitted by leave of
Beach vs. Wright—Restiaiulug
order modified so that religious
services may be held in said school
home until further order of Court.
Wallace vs. Squires—Default en
tered and decree ordered as prayed
for; attorney's fees fixed at $100.
Uillmore vs. Tiflany—Motion to
set aside summons dsnied; ten
days to answer.
Lawrenco vs. Lawrence—Motion
for change of venue on affidavit of
plaintiff denied; demurrer submit
ted; two days to tile points.
Trihout vs. Taber -Default en
tered; decree ordered as prayed for;
attorney's toes fixod at $150.
Ton tier vs. Fanning etal.—Hear
ing of motion to set aside mandate
set for 9 A. M,, to-morrow.
Los Angeles Irrigatiou aud I.aud
Co-operative Association vs. L mis
Phillips et al.—On trial.
Rodriguez vs. Ruiz— Tomas Rod
riguez authorized to institute an
action against Louis Senloiis and
Afonso Seutous for the recovery
of the alleged indebtedness.
Thistle '.alio et al. vs. Taylor et
ul.—Stipulated that, should the de
murrer herein be overruled, de
fendants are given until August
25th to file answer, provided the
survey is finished, but not later
than tbe 2Sth inst. in any event.
Oxarart vs. E. E. Hewitt et al.—
Jury demanded by defendant;
venire for 21 jurors ordered to is
sue, returnable August 14th, ut 10
o'clock A. M.
Downey vs. Hellman et al.—
Judgmeut for plaiutlfl for the sum
of $2,633, with interest at 10 per
cent, per annum from July 6tb,
1374, to date or judgment, the ag
gregate being $3,710,33, with costs
Probate Court Stephen's J
Momdav, August 12, 1878.
Estate of H. B. Warreu, ds
ceased—Letters of administration
granted to Naucy Warren; bond,
$2,000. Also appointed guardian
of Charles B. Warren, a minor.
Estate ef George F. Coulter, de
ceased—Letters or administration,
with will annexed, issued to C. C.
Lamb, Public Administrator.
Estate of Felix Signorot, de
ceased—Petitiou of C. C. Lamb
for letters of adtnioistiatiou
dismissed on his own motion; hear
ing set for August lfith.
Eitato of Mary Hartnelt, de
ceased—Probate of will continued
till Friday at 11 A. M,
Guardianship of Guller minors-
Final account heard and allowed.
Estateof Adam Hill, deceased-
Petition for sale of real estate
Estate and guardianship of Ber
nardo Romero et ai., minors—Peti
tion for sale of real estate granted.
Guardianship of Francisco Lugo,
a minor—Roturn of sale of real es
tate filed; hearing set for Saturday
at 10 A. m.
Remedy for Poison Oak.
The following recipe for the relief
of those suffering from poison oak
or ivy, is one strongly recommend
ed by Dr. S. A. Brown, U. S. N.,
Mare Inland, California. Tlie
reoipe, ns sent to tbe New York
Medical lleoord, is as follows: "This
speoiflc is bromine. I have used it
with tbe same unvarying success
iv at least forty cases. The erup
tion never extends after the tirst
thorough application, aud it
promptly begins to diminish.
Within twenty-four hours, if the
application be persisted iv, the pa
tient is entirely cured. I used the
bromine dissolved In olive oil, is
cosmoline anil iv glyceriue. The
application with glycerine is pain
ful, and I think, possesses no ml
vantage to compensate for the Irri
tation. The strength of the solu
tion is ten to twenty drops of bro
mine to the ouuee of oi l , used hy
rubbing geutly ou the affected pan
three or four times a day, aud es
pecially on going to bed at night.
Tho bromine is so volatile tbat tbe
solution should be renewed within
twenty-four hours of lis prepara
ra.tM JUDSnN.OII.I.KTTK A OIRHON'M TK A N
si'itirroK KKConns, auoust 9, 1878.
A J Horn— StatemonL or assets and lla
bllitiss—Kaal property: 107 acres Uuarle
Rancho; three houses aud lots, Xl Monte
township; homsstead property In El
Erancisco Alrarado to Rosarlo Hlno-
Josa—Lotvl links on west stdo of Wil
mington street, hy 187 ft, city; SOOU.
E J and D A Ames to Susan O Mcttar
vln—lo aoros, part of NWytorß Vf y. sec
tl T 1 s It 11 W, El Moots; JIOOO.
A Lothlau to A Lothian and T Walsh
(A Lothian A Co)— 2 acres ou west side of
ban Pedro st, city; $1.
A Lothian to I A Lothian—Dec 6, 1878—
Blk 12 of dnodner a O'Melveny tract. In
MB M See 111 2SRI4 W; $&».
Johu sarlfflu and H M Johnston to
Mrs Alexander Campbell—Lot 7. big 10,
East Los Augeles; $2*13.
Sl.ute of California to Juan Matins Ran
ches—Lot 1 of Mcc 33 T 1 B It 11 W, and
lotlol sec SIIH ltllW, 11.87 acres;
M Kremsr, Couuty Tax Collector, to
Jose Masenrel—Bo acrss, houndetl N by
rnenl* Kauch, W by Reed; also SE y,
•-so l.i Tils v iv W; lot* 3 and 4, and N ',
o: SE y. Sec 21, and X \ of NE ', Sec 20 1
2 S X 11 W, assessed 1870-7 to Blla Benoil;
sold for non-payment of taxes; 191 35.
T Welch— Pre-emption claim on S W of
SI- Nl,of SE Sec 4TBS B7 W.
City Bill Poster.
M. Engel, bill poster aud distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasouablo rates. Controls
all the best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Office, No. 8
Market street. ap26tf
Post-Office Letter List.
Parties calling for advertised letters or
packages, if not personally known to the
Postmaster or ono of his clerks, must be
Baburk, Isabel A Riser, Clara
Baley, Ksttie Lower, Malrina
Kecks toad, Maggio Main, Mrs W E
Belcher, Mrs L Martin, Mr*
Bolino, Mary Massey, Mary E
Brown, Emma Maxwell, Mrs 0 A
Browu, Martha McOonnell, Hannah
Bolts, Abbie McKcnzie, Annie
Bush, Elizabeth Miller, Bertha - i
Calista, V Moffit, Mrs H H—2
Choseman, Static O'Euffee, Celie
Crowley, Mrs S B O'Ferrillv, Mrs E
DeHaley, Kamona—2Pcyrontet, Mario
Deck, Mrs M E Raymond, Mollio
Deßalerjzuela, M Reynolds, Mrs
Crland, Mary Howe, Gertie M
Feathers, Mrs Bcavey, Mrs A
Friday, Fannie—3 Sharp, Kitty
Gruter, Carrie bhang, Hatlie V
Greabay, Isabello Tenbreok, Ellen
Gruy, Mrs L S Weidmere, Jacob
Haines. Mrs Wm B Wilson, Hattio A
Harnugton, Mary E Wilson, Mrs M B
Hatch, Mrs Uhas M Winston, Elvina
lla<h, Alice Wirth, Annie
Howard, Matilda Jubiate, FB do
Abbott, Aron Massey, Jos F
.Acevo, Ramou Massie. H P
Allen, Frank Mayer, Jos
Allen, John McColgan, Philip
Alexander, A M McFaddsn, B
Alenuds, 0 WcMillan, A T
Andrews, J Ii MoLaine, Harvey
Barmon, Jerry, careMcLonghlin, Wm
Thos Scully Montijo, Ygnacio
Bell, Alfred Mayer, L
Uruckman, H Neson, old Pets
Brophy, John Nickerson, Geo
Krown, Mr Nicolskia, A U
Caples, N I. Ocboa, C
Carriljo, A M O'Brien, Edward
Carter, A 8 Overston, D t
Carbela, Alexander Oaborn, J B
Chapin, II Ortiz, Miguel
Cloud, Wm P Partridge, P 8
Collins, Dan Pierson, M
Crowley D O Plath, A T
Day, Eugene Quintans, A
Egan, Geo 0 liebic. Harry,
Evan, J Rercbard, Frank
Evov, Edward lines, X
Farias, J M Rewdish, Chaj
Fish, G A Heed, Andrew
Fi.-ln r, H Rivera, Carmen
Flood, P Rogers, J B
Frost, Chaa A Bodiriquis, Jose
(lames, Thoa Ttogers, H G
Garcia, Jose M Kabregat, B
Gielmo, Mr Sararia, Naroipe
Oiradu, Margarita Kantian*. Francisco
Gait, Geo 8 Smiet, Fred
Graham, W J Hibelle, T
Handren, Pat Sharp, Jeans M
Howard. J 8 Bilba*. Favian
Haskell, Jno C Siuohin, Ferize, i
Hay, T Blnicott, M B
ilarvoy, Bieb ird Smith, E F
Hsnsley, L J Smith, 0 F
Higby. W otarr, Lame F
Hamilton, F A Stevens, Anson
Hodgkius, Fred X Strable, Psul
Holbrook, Eiajfca Sullivan, Hannah
Huucke, Johu Tayler, Oswald
Huntingtou, Jas Tash, Herman
Hoeker, M Thing Jl.
Jaoob, Emile Tnrney, J
Jones, Bam, for It WVlllela, Juan
. Snow Ttllalobosi, J M
Jund, J Waters, J M
Ketchum, Miram Washburn, E
Ketler, C A Wheeler, S W
Kalshiukv, Frank White, T S
Kohler, Judge A White, Miohael
Lemon, J A White, P N
Lewis, J D White, Frank L
Leveque, Louis Wilhits, B A
Lomis, JasO Wildy, JN, for Wal-
Lorenzana, Jos A ter Boweu
Madison, 1 J Wildy, J N
Masterson, Walter Winston, W H
Ling Wo Chung & CoChung One
y leg Fook Lung
I. 11. Dc.MEEI.IIEIKIEK, P. M.
Los Angeles, Aug. 12, 1878.
Cheap prices at Sutherland* gun
store, 75 Main street. 2my7
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pale
Ale ou draught at McKenzie's.
Spring eye ueedles (our own
make) at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. 2ray7
Razors of every make at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 2
LAMBEKSON—MOOItE—In this city, Aug.
loth, ly Justice Trsfford, Mr. Obas. £.
Ijamberson to Miss Jennie Moore, both
of Lemore, Tulare county, Cal.
Do it at Once!
Persons who have become thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking In
to the stomach a leaspoonful of Johnson's
Anodyuc Liniment, mixed Id a little cold
water, well ; wee ten cd.
Lvus's Katbaikon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its tall
liijttoutor turning gray. U has stood th**
test of 40 years Is charmlugly perfumed
aad has uo rival.
Every farmer who owns a good stock o*
hoi M.i, cattle and sheep, aud inteuUs In
keep them through the winter should at
once got a stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition I'owtlern. One dollar's
worth will save *i least a hair a ton of
A Wide -Awake; Youth's Paper.—
Kor Judicious editing, select aud popular
contributors, and sprlghly, eatertalnlng
reading,ihe Youth* t bmpanion, of Huston
has no superlui anions; the youth's publi
rimii » Di»uugui.juc«. Jarlst.
"I haw tried the Pskuvian sykup. and
the veauil 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 wheu you last saw roe, but stronger,
heartier, and with a larger capacity for
Lib-ir-uieiilal and physical—than at any
timu during the last five years. Bold by
Must, Will and Shall
Give the Greatest Bar
gains Ever Known In Dry
Goods, Clothing, Cents'
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
for tha Next Thirty Days.
Call Early, as you will find
it to your greatest advan
49 Main St., Under the
Lafayette Hotel. JSrtlm
The underslsned offers for stle his
property, consisting of a lot on the prin
cipal business street of Anaheim aud a
well-furnl-hed Birher Shop, with two
bathrooms attnehed. In the rear are
threo rooms, suitable for a family. lam
doing a good business, but wish to
change climate ou account ,0 111 health.
PROP. J. H. T. riEAN,
rroprlotisr Anaheim Hbavlng Saloon.
'■ ■ - I IV II . — .-*»
NEW ADVEBTIBEIfB> TB.
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY,
LOS ANOELE3, CAL.
Parents and guardian* J«u>fpr»)
curing ror their daughters a. \ . * »t*
advantage* of a good edkis. -,a ut' a
Lome In a healthy climate an' -Mi-aunt
locality, will find both in this . '!'»•
al Institution ol tha Sisters , Vin
cent of Paul.
Board and Tuition, English, F't-nol),
Spanish, German, ornamenu > ce
die Work, Tapestry, Erubroj >ry,
etc, per session or tea tuontnt t!Of
Drawing and Fainting, per month M. ft}
Piano and Melodeon, who u.-e ol In
strument, $6 60 per month M
Guitar, per month bs M M eg
Vacation, ir pupils remarn iv school,
per month flft
The Sisters have opened '. ELECT
DAY SCHOOL (or young lad es.
First Class, tbs languages, etc %A
Second Division.. w s
Third Division _„ g
Extra branches, charges as Indicated
The Scholastic Hair Session of See
months will commence the Ist ot
August and tbe Ist of January, aad ter
minate about tbe Ist of June.
bills, without exception, most beeeM
In advance, and no deduction will be
made lor partial absence or withdrawal
from the Institution, unless In cases ot
protracted illness. Doctors' fees and
medicines are extra charges.
For further particulars address
«B. SCHOLASTIC A LOGBDON.
BAPTIST CHURCH, SPRING St.
THE FOURTH TERM Of Ibis Institute
will open JULY Wib and continue la
session until December 20th.
Th* objects of the lustl tv Hon are:
First—To give to any person who ds*
sires to prepare for teaching special in
struction In any branch or division of
branch of Stats course where applicant
for certl Scats may reel deCclsnt.
Second—To instruct teaetisrs In tbe lat
est methods of Imparting knowledge.
Those Intending to become teacher*
can perfect themselves mere raoldlv. at
less expense and more thoroughly, thee
■t any other Noamal Institute In th*
The second department Is designed to
practically Illustrate Normal method*,
giving students the most natural aaa
thorough instruction, ruling tbsm lor
the regular Normal coarse, Slate Ualver
slly, military and other college*. Stu
dents received at any time.
Tbe Institute affords sccommodatloa*
(or those at a distance who desire te
board or self-board.
N. B. — Trustees and other* desiring
competent teacher* will do well to make
limiiir.es at this Institute.
i or terms, etc, address
MRS. REGINA MAST DIXON,
J v24-sm, P. O. Box B*6, Los Angslss, o*l.
Tills institution, located la th*
CITY OP LOS ANGELES,
on FORT STREET, between Third and
Fourth, will b gin its THIRD V KAK
AUGUST 6th, 1878.
Tbe fol lowing courses of study will be
tangiit on the most reasonable terms:
COMMERCIAL COURSE: 1
GRAMMAR SCHOOL COUKHE:
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION:
O.S.FRAMBES, A. M _„ iTluelpal
8. E. FRAMBES P 4 „o > teas
C. W. La FETP.A, Principal Con 'Iteat
WALTER LINDLEY, g.Ti,, 'tWherVt
Anatomy, Physiology and I j gi*c*
LOUIS ADAMS Teseher or i reach
G. H. BOLLINQE K...T*MC*ie 'ol le m«u
OHAS. ». l)AY...Teachero( Voc '
Mrs. C. E. DAY,Teacher ef lust>' Music
To the patronizing public I w.si to say
that no pains have been spared te *eoi .«
Islthful und competent teachers fer tbe
several departments of the Academy. *
Mr. C. W. La Fetra, flrst a graduate, then
au assistant teacher In th* Business Col
lege of Washington, D. C, will take
charge of tlie Commercial Department.
The other teachers are too well known to
need any note of commendation to this
community. A new building ha* be*a
erected expressly for the Commercial
•VAmple accommodations have bcea
provided for boarding student* lrom a
For further particulars add-ess tbe
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
I.OS ANGELES. Cal.
STUDIES WILL BE RESUMED
Ou Thursday, August 1,1878
M. RUBI, C. M.,
Watches an.l Jewelry.
Having purchased ihe stock and fix
tures or the well known Jewelry stare of
Mr. T. W. Slaekpole, uudlng thereto a
large and entirely new assortment of
goods, we sre are prepared to show the
citizens of Los Angeles and vicinity on*
or the finest and best selected stock* to
be found In the State, which will be sold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be In receipt of all
the latest novelties In watches, chains.
Jewelry, etc., to which the attention of
the public Is especially invited.
In spectacles w* have * large aad va. -
ried assortment, and are tbe exclusive
i.gents In Southern California of the eel.
crated Laierus A Morris perfected sp*c
laeles, which we claim are tho an.'tln
Mr. Htackpole will remain In onr em
ploy, having exclusive control of tbe
wotk department, and, as heretofore, aa
poclal attention will be given to the re
pnlrlug or flue watches and Jewelry.
We shall be happy to see all our eld
friends and the publlo at large.
Jy»tf »H Spring street.
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co.,
[Successors to Lttilefleld, W*bb « 00., l
810 anil 318 Washington Street,
S. l clt consignment* ef all kill, ot
country proluo i. Make prompt leVtra*.
Advance liberally on approved ship
Privats Boarding Roxm,
No. M, car. Third aad HtU sts.
ftsT* BOARD BY THE DAT. M KCX Oft
MONTH. Terms Ra**»a.M*