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I'biK Her\i.d Steam Printing
iouse make!* a specialty of Legal
rlnting. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
rioted at low rates.
1 ofler my stock of doors, sashes,
-ie, at the following reduced pri
WINDOW SASH. B
SxlO $1 35
Jxl2 1 6«
•Ixl3 } 06
13x12 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x10.. 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 8 00
15x30 - 3 35
15x40 3 50
Other sizes iv proportion.
2.6x0.0x1 inch $1 00
.1.6x6.6x1}, moulded 1 00
2.8x0.8x11 " 2 12
2.8x6.8x1$ " 225
2.10x6.10x11 " 250
3x7x11 " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction In paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
lm sept 27
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman aud la
dies will be waited upon by persons
>f their own sex. novHtf
Frank Toal informs the citizens
ol Los Augeles generally that lie is
now shoeing horses at $1 50 per set.
His shop is at No. 97 Spring street,
opposite the M. E. Church South.
All work warranted. mylGtf
The dry goods and novelty store
id Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
-oi t to the ladies of Los Augeles.
Mr. Prager has one of tlie most ex
tensive and recherchfi stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
an-1 there is absolutely nothing
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not be found in his
store. He has been guided in his
purchases hy a thorough knowledge
ut tbe requirements of this section,
aud the latest fashions and novel
ties may be at nil times inspected
at No. 5 Commercial street. Give
him a call. my 7
Teutonia Saloon, 123 Mam Sheet.
The celebrated Fredericks
buroh Laobk Beer will be, from
•.his day, on draught and be kept
ill through the Summer months ou
iea, Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock ;
II delicacies always on baud.
A.T. McDoNOUQH, lute of 39
Spring street, has just opened tlie
ACME OE Fashion at No. 12, Tem
ple street, where he will be pleased
to meet bis old customers and tlie
public in general, to whom, as be
fore, he guarantees thu most stylish
aud best fitting clothes to be hud
in the city.
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
luena street, near Main, opposite
tlie Uuited States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will be
carried ou iv a strictly respectable
.iay, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
*ud receive prompt and respectful
ttteutlou. Oysters iv every style,
hrimps, tea, entice, etc., constantly
n hand. Joe Bayer.
■it 4 tf
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
lave made arrangements lo receive
monthly cargoes of tbe famous Ph.
Bist Brewing Company's export
liger beers. These beers .are made
v Milwaukee and bottled by the
tlessrs. Stain iv & Meyer. Tbe
list of th" cargoes arrived yester
day, consisting of an entire load.
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
enabled to otter special advantages
to purchasers. The first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer at tbe Ceutennial Expo
sition, at tbe Wisconsin State Fair,
held at Milwaukee, aud at the
luter-State Fair held at Chicago.
Powder, shot and caps at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Maiu street. 1
Wo to McKenzie's, 129 Main
street, Ponet block, for the finest
iomestio and imported liquors aud
.vines, by the bottle or ou draught,
t'be purity of these wines and li
tuors is guaranteed, and MeKen-
Eie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. J3tf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
just received a consignment of
hoc i lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on band. Give
him a call. Comer Maiu aud Bo
queua Btreets, opposite tho U. S.
Pruning shears and budding
knives at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. lmyo
A. MoKE NZI £,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
1 rom their ageuts, DICKSON, DtWOI.F
A Co., Wan rrauclsoo; «lso,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Dtreot fium Louisville, Ky.,by tbe Bottlx
or Uallon, at LOW I-KICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
Is provided wltb tbe purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
tar ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Anselei.
WEDNESDAY AUG. 14, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The facilities of the IticnAi.D steam
Printing House for doing Job work are not
surpassed In California outside of Sau
Francisco and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will bo executed with neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
>I'M in KoniE,
Hereafter notices of companies, socie
ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted
lv the Hehai.ubs paid advertisements.
We reserve, for I'leoes of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the hencfltorCommerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Cal., August 13, 1878.
Maximum Thermometer, 87.
Minimum " 66".
J. M. Frantz.C
A competent Oerniiin girl adver
tises for « (-ituation In our New To-
Col. E. E. Hewitt, wbo went lo
Yuma on Bun Jay, is expected back
Tlie Workingmen will hold a
meeting at Compton next Friday
Mrs. M. 8. Patrick returned from
Ban Francisco by ye* urd ly'sover
Col. J. H. Wood and troupe are
passengers by the Orizaba, which
is due to-morrow.
Mr. N. 0. Carter, of Ban Gabriel,
has returned from a visit to his old
home at Lowell, Massachusetts.
Mr. George M. Stone, formerly
of this city but now of Tetneouta,
San Diego couuty, is visiting Los
Au «>sismient of one dollar per
sliare was announced on the Hale &
Norcros3 mine at yesterday's after
Angelifiis at San PrancitfC > ho
tels on the ISUIi H. D. Barrow?,
Palace; E. Gay, Itusg House; J. H.
A ratt.esuake was killed in Santa
Monica (V.ii >n the oilier day wlilch
is said to hive measured six or
eight feet In length.
There was quite a heavy rain
storm on the Colorado desert yes
terday, willed extended ns far west
We were in error yesterday in
stating that Messrs. Marcos Foster
and Pancho Pico were registered
at I lie SI. Charles. They are stop
ping at the Pico House.
Judge Peel disposed of two cases
in tlie City Court yesterday morn
ing. A man, for tiring a pistol on
the Htreet paid $5 and a simple
drunk contributed a like amouut
to the city's ti nances.
Our popular friend Mr. C. E.
Huber is talked of among his
friends us a suitable candidate for
the ofllce of Supervisor from Ibis
district, vice John Young, Whose
Iv the Police Court yesterday af
ternoon, Richard Lizirovitch pre
ferred a complaint charging V.
Wolf'list el U with assault and
battery. The case was heard and
taken under advisement by tlie
Every ono interested In tho suc
cess of (be llo.na Industrial Aid
Association should attend the
meeting ut tile Ceunty Court room
at half-past seven o'clock this
evening, for tlie election of incor
porators and trustees.
The unused hose carriage of the
38s will be formally transferred lo
Park Hose Company, No. 1, next
Thursday evening, it Is expected
that the occasion will be celebrated
by a parade by the new company.
The complaint against Hewitt,
the hackinau, charged with embez
zling $10 entrusted to him to pay
the flueof Butler, the variety actor,
wbo assaulted Mr. Blrowbridge,wus
dismissed hy Judge Peel yesterday,
Mrs. Hubbard refusing to prose
Tbo complimentary ball at Union
Hall last evening, to our Visalia
visitors, was largely attended by
thu elite of the oily, and proved to
be tlie most enjsyuble atfair of the
leuson. Dancing was kept up till
about one o'clock, when the quests
departed, highly delighted with
their welling*! eutcrtuiuuieul.
Mr. Jobu Eberle Inform! us lhat
hie loss by the burning of nil house
on Sunday last will amount to be
tween $3,000 and $4,000. He hud a
policy of insurance of $l,o'Joou the
house and $500 on the furniture.
He acknowledge.s with gratitude
the eflicient aid of Confidence En
gine Company No. 2, but for whoso
unselfish und well-timed work his
loss would have beeu much greuter.
The hearing of the testimony iv
ihe case of tho Los Angeles Immi
gration und Land Co-operative As
sociation vs. Phillips was yester
day concluded. The official re
porter was ordered to transcribe
his reoord, eucli pnrty to pay half
the expense thereof, aud the plain
till was given toil days after tlie
receipt of the report to Mo briefs,
the defendant ten days (hereafter
to answer, uud tlie plaintiff live
days to reply.
The residence of M Wm. B,
Workman, on the - iof the
river, was the » ost de
lightful mm i j.ri tight,
gotten up by hit lome
him home after >o to
the upper part of ley
took pOSSCHHIOII I. to
which Ihey were Ii
old time hospltullly, i
carnival until 1 lie w
It was au occasion
We direct tlie attentiou of all
who require anything in his line,
to the advertisement of Mr. Phil.
Hirtchfeld, successor to Upham &,
Rae. Mr. Hlrschfeld is thoroughly
posted In the business, having for
years been connected with the
largest book and stationery aud
fancy goods bouse on tho Coast.
Believing in the brilliant commer
cial future of Los Angeles, be lias
come here to share our prosperity,
therefore those who patronize him
may rest assured of receiving the
fairest treatment. Mr. Hirechfeld's
arrangements are such tbat he will
always be supplied witli Hie latest
books and music published.
On Saturday last we gave au ac
count of au assault made upon
Tliomus McGirr—Uncle Tommy—
special ofllcer at the railroad depot,
by one Benjamin Jones, a drunken
man who was creating a disturb
ance at the depot. In the struggle
Mr. McGirr was thrown on the
track and received injuries which,
last night, resulted in his death
from lockjaw. The deceased was a
highly respected and peaceable cit
We bad the pleasure of a call
yesterday from our towusmau Gen.
George Stoneman and Major Lord.
The latter is the Quartermaster of
the garrison at Yuma, and Is a
courteous and elegant gent lonian.
He leaves for his torrid quarters
again to-duy. We wish him God
speed in liis journey to Hie region
where the Georgia costume of a
shirt collar and a pair of spurs
would seem to us to be the fitting
In the County Court, yesterday
morning, the Grand Jury submit
ted a verbal report. True bills
have been found in 18 cases, the
charge of Ihe People against Le
onidus Corvallns lias been ignored
and Ihe Sheriffordered to discharge
him from custody. Bench warrants
were ordered lo issue for the arrest
of tlie parties indicted, who will be
arraigned at 9 o'clock this morning.
Tlie corner-stone for a new school
edifice will be laid at Anaheim by
tiie Masonic fraternity ou Monday
next. An excursion is proposed
from this city, for particulars of
which see Dr. Ormo or T. J. Cay
Industrial Aid Association.
Tlie Home Industrial Aid Asso
ciation, a meeting of tlie subscrib
ers to which is called for this eve
ning at the Couuty Court room at
half-past 7 o'clock , has its origin
in the wish of a few public spirited
gentlemen to efTect an organiza
tion whose principal object shall
be ihe aiding and encouraging
any new industry or manufacture
that might seem practicable and
profitable ill this locality. It is
thought lhat this could be best ac
complished by tho formation of a
corporation having the above
name, Willi a capital stock of
So,mill, divided into 5,000 shares of
oue dollar each. This would ena
ble every person to share In it ac
cording to his means. The few
prominent citizens who are trying
to luaugurate this movement are
actuated hy a pure, sincere and ear
liest public spirit, and having only
tlio good of the community in
view they ask the co-operation of
their fellow citizens and cordially
invite all to be present at the meet
ing. There is no ring, or clique, or
monopoly sought to be attaiued by
it, nor any mercenary or sslfisli
purpose. But they do hopo that at
this meeting there may be formed
a nucleus out of which shall grow
a large and useful publio institu
tion winch will prove of great ben
efit to our oity.
DUtrtol Court Sf poltkdi, J.
Thistlewaite vs. Taylor et al. —
Demurrer overruled; answer to be
riled pursuant to stipulation.
Weill vs. James et al.—Demur
rer overruled, teu ds>s to answer.
C. E. White vs. Los Angeles Im
migration ami Land Co-operative
Association—Same as above.
Titchenal vs. Spurting—Set for
trial Sept. 9th, at 9 A. M.
on report of referee herein set for
Friday next at 9 a. m.
Qibson vs. Garey et al—Motion
of defendants to dismiss action sub
mitted. August 19ih set for de
fendants to show cause why peti
tion of plaintiff's should not be
granted. Alternative writ issued.
Ton nor vs. Los Angeles Irriga
tion! and Land Co operative Asso
ciation—Alternative writ of man
Addis vs. Lirkiu—Demurrersiih
mltteil; teu days to file points.
Nadeau vs. Luther— Domurrer
submitted and sustained; live days
Bot vs. Viguler—Set for tiial Fri
day next at 10 A. M. Order allow
ing 10 days to answer revoked.
Rowland vs. Vigtiier—Sarue ac
D. Scheick vs. Mtrxsen Bios—
Motion for judgment on pleadings
submitted; two days to Hie points.
Lothiam & Co. vs. Msrxsen Bros.
Laulermun vs. Williams—Seltle
mentof statement set for 0 A. M. to
Chick vs. Maxwell et al.—Case
partially tried and further hearing
deferred until Monday next at 9
Los Angeles Immigration and
Land Co-operativo Association vs.
L. Phillips—Caso closed.
The Horticultural Pavilion.
The building committee of the
Horticultural Society held an
important meeting yesterday.
Active work will he com
menced in grading the Pa
vilion on Thursday next hy Mr.
York, the contractor. In six days
time the lot will ho ready for tho
foundation of the building nnd tlio
carpenters can work while the
grading of the terrace is hciugdouo.
It is proposed to secure a
company of carpenters lo
make a big rush on the work as
shoii us Ihe ground is ready for
then). The United States Hotel
will board the mm for three
days work gratis to tlie ex
tent of fifty men, and tlie Com
mittee appointed to superintend
this work, Messrs. Denker and
York, will provide hoard for auy
additional men wiio may be on
hand to give tlie Society a tiay's
help that day. The Society will
•redit each day's work done on
icmbership or dues account.
SOME VIEWS OF A VETERAN
Judge Jeremiah 8. Black Bepudlatsa Certain
Opinions Pat Into His Month Goncorilng
Grant -How His Article on tlie Electoral
Oonapiraoy Game to bo Written—Peculiar
Tactics—A Third Term and Imperialism—
The editor of the Hkhald, iv hi*
recent vn-it te San l<'ranciaco, took
advantage of the presence of Judge
Jeremiah S. Black at the Palace
Hotel to seek his views ou national
questinus. Judge Black is not only
one of Ihe most eminent public
men in tlie United States, having
beeu Secretary of-State of the
Uuited Slates and Attorney Gen
eral, but he ia one of lhat select
band of lawyers wliieh included
Charles O'Cennor, Ihe late Judge
Curtis, of Boston, David Dudley
Field, and ■ few others, who were
always named when th? foremost
lawyers of the United States were
being discussed. In addition, ho
Is probably the most vigorous and
lucisive political writer who has
ever figured In this country in the
press, magazine or pamphlet. His
memorable defence of Belknap und
and his argumeuts before the
Electoral Commission are the most
recent events which have called
public nttention to him. Judge
Black is a splendidly l preserved
man of sixty-Wight. An expansive
brow, heavy eyebrows, a contour
of head which suggests the digui-
Ded Senator of the old Roman days,
and a soinlitlaut eye, at once advise
any one skilled in physiognomy,
who should chance to meet him,
that lie bad enoountered a man oi
note. We shall give our convoca
tion without further apology.
Reporter—Judge Black, if your
engigenietits admit of it, I should
like to have Seme conversation with
you ou national matters.
Judge Black—l will begin by le
marking that, since my arrival in
San Francisco, v fiiund lias sent ate
a slip cut from a Virginia paper.
In it I am represented as saying
that Gen. Grant was ilt c
most honest President we
have hail in the last forty
years. Any one who has read my
defence of Belknap will see
in what a ridiculous po.-itlon such
a report places me. It can hardly
be oeCL'»sury to say that I never
dreamed of making guob a remark.
[The Sin c'raucisoo Alia the day
after this conversation wilh Judge
Black repeated tills absurd slhte
metu of the Virginia paper ]
Itepoilor—What do you think of
tlie probability of Grant's being
nominated for a third term?
Judge Black (musing a little) —
I think tliut the Republican parly
has becoino sensible that we need
houesly and responsibility in the
administration of (lie Ooverumeu'.'
They think that tlie old extrava
gance ami recklessness should be
tliscardc I. These men could not be
persuaded to vote for (Jen. Grant
for a third term.
Reporter—Would uot a third
term fop Grant mean an Empire,
aud has not Imperialism made
great strides amongst the moneyed
classes in tlie United States?
Judge Black—There is undoubt
edly a large clement iv tlie liepub
lican paity wlio would like to pre
oipitato strife with the view of
evolving a strong government from
the agitation. These men will net.
ou tlie principle which Whitfield
laid down as governing Satan as an
angler for souls—he muddies the
waters lhat lie may catch sinners.
There U iv tho Republican parly
the two elements I have described,
aud tho problem is well worthy
the attention of the political econ
omist. As to tlio growth of a sen
timent in tlie United States lead
ing to imperialism, there can be no
doubt of it. There is a large ele
ment, who are really devoted ab
stractly to ltepublioan institutions,
who desire to be allowed to earn
their bread and eat it in peace.
Many perfectly honest aud well
meaniug men have become sails
fled that a continuance of tlie Re
public means turmoil an 1 disaster.
They would rather have a R -publio
were the conditions different, but
they would doubtless welcome a
monarchy. By the way, was my
article iv the North Amerioan Re
view 0:1 the Electoral Conspiracy
extensively rea l in California ?
Iteportet—lt was very generally
read and extensively copied.
Judge Black—There is a very cu
rious circumstance about that art l
ole. The editor of tlie Review
absolutely persecuted ma to
write it. It was fu'ly a month
before I consented to do it. He
Anally offered to allow me to
name my owu remuneration.
I at last consented, wilii Iliu dis
tinct understanding that if It re
sulted in a controversy I should be
permilted to reply. The editor of
the Review assured y
that the article bail been worth
fully ten thousand dollars to his
publication in the large increase of
Simulation which resulted. Mr.
Stougliton was hit upon to answer
my argument, I afterwards learned
that lie diil so very unwillingly,
and ouly consented when tho Rus
sian mission was made contingent
upon his doing so. His answer was
not worthy of a reply ou uuy other
ground tliun exposing Ihe gross
falsity of his statements, personal
to myself anil others. What was
my surprise, on preparing my re
ply, to be informed by the editer of
the Review that be could not pub
lish it. It appears that Evarts,
Hoar aud other friends of the ad
ministration surrounded this gen
tleman and extorted from him a
promise that my answer should
uot appear iv the Review. Iv his
embarrassment at such gross on
fairness, tlie editor of the Review
offered to print my rejoinder in
pamphlet form, at his own ex
pense, which was done.
Reporter—Csrtainly a very ex
traordinary chapter of political
chicane, Judge. How do you look
upou tbe recent labor movements?
Judge Black—l study them with
great interest. Thus far two emi
nent men have identified them
selves with this agitation—Wen
dell Phillips and General Butler.
Wendell Phillips is a man of
genius, unsurpassed iv oratorical
luvective, but a person of no sense
whatever. Butler is by far the
shrewdest mau who lias ever
seemed to fruteruize with tbe
movement. I regret that I did not
have a conversation with him on
the subject before I came to this
coast, and I shall seek au early op
portunity to talk with bin and
learn his views us to the signifi
cance of tlie movement. My own
are not yet fully formed.
Thanking Judge Black for his
ready nnd courteous respousc to our
questions, we took our leave.
A few simple words: If tbo tax
paying voterj of the county of Los
Augeles will cousult their best in
terest, tbey will re-elect by a solid
voteJ. C. Hannon to fill the im
portant position he has so credita
bly filled. Many Voters.
Savannah, August 12, 1878.
PKOM J UUWIN, Ol 1.1.XT , H, h Ol IIMON'S THAN
SOKII'TOP XI.. OKOS, AUuCST i 3, IS7S.
OW Clillds aud Emelino Chills, his
wlfo, to Haggle McLiuutilin —Agrees lo
nil ho 20, block hi, Huber trust,city, flu
iv. laltm-nis; torn.
John Wilson, Sarali sonarl, ObeiOw
on-, w H Nordholt, A Weill, J Phllllpr*
s warden, Wm Mjo re, John Webber,
Elizabeth Wlabecks, H Thelan. M Hoi,,
■tins, J J Robart. J H Jordan, J O Dowoey
I W llolluian, \ II Neideckeu, lessee, to
Los Angeles cily—Condemnation ofluud
tor widening First street; compensation.
HO Wiley to 8 B OMW«ll—Undivided
% Wilev oil claim. Ban Ferna'ldo dis
mci, UN R 19W, 91.51 aere>; IL
Same to Jos Wiley-Undivided M above
same to Mary L Ellis— Undivided U
Lib .v- claim; 81.
If KM O'Melveny lo A 0 sharer—Lots 8
and 0, bis 22;;, dial's survey. ..u-. l'.u feci
A C thaler la n X S O'Melveuy—s ncres
in Sec 3i T 18 R 14 W; 1500.
O W Child.! to A. X Loomls, A Elilred
and C N Wilson—Lot 4, block 37, Han
cock's survey; $r»co.
A H Jndaon In Frank A Gibson—T.ots ,1
ami I, blk 4, Brooklyn tract, east of river;
Benj Dreyfus (o John Juhanson—House
lot 50, Anaheim, 8!ixll rods; fS'JO.
J E Fulton to Anna II Curry—Lot 78,
corner Spring and McLean sts, Kullou
Wei Is, i n Sec 8 T:) slt 11 W; 9100.
'lore.a Carbujat do Ortiz to Marta
Reyes de Carbsjal —Lot on concrete ditch,
Carnnjat tract, up town; Steoo.
S W and Harriett N LhDow to R X J!c-
Oue— X V, ot NW ii Sec 13 T2 S X II W;
also, lot 9, blkE, Mott tract; 81.
II X McGtlo to Hitftlott N LaDow—
Above property; 91.
USofAmorlea to Geo Wriiht—Lots 1
and 2. Sec 4, SE \i ofN W U, SW U of N X
%, SE >i or NX H Sec IT IS Bit W. IIU.BI
Same to Reason R Wriglit-W V, ot SE
K. NE '4 nI»K '4 Hea 5, lots 3 and 4, lire 4,
T 3 S R ::i W, 1(11.71 acres.
'AS FKANCISCO STOCK AND EX-
CHANGE BOA I'll.
Sax tVuANcisoo, Aug. 13.
Onlilr 41 00 llpha 13 Vul:.'.
-Mexican...*:! 00(423(4 dlcller B>ti»o HI
a * o lo'iignoy unntiiotice....6 ootMK
818 ISX6j»lß*j s Nevada 274*
omturula. .llMll oo lialllon B>«s9 00
Savage loH®i3*> lustioe 554
Oon Va !iVn."a Ovarraai UHlalis^
0h011ar....38 oo@3S to Exchequer siw. I ,',
H a N t>V<v!n Oo Dtah 15 00
Crown frnin: 11 V'vll Lady Bryan 2IS
Jacket t«xj<i»l.V. lulls I3<wi:.>tt
Imperial ....1 05@l lo Alta 11 OO^US
Kentu:k 8 wi«s\ New V ok 1 lost 25
Beg Bel 33 co Onion MHst'iefc
Ca ailonla.. 3 3*<tf3 so S Hill ~..1 tOGjl 45
ward 3 3 ®3 9>|seocvlue 45
KAN FItANCISCU, August 13.
R* X 3<i M White 4
Eureka UXOsH flp-Top 191ns
Belmont 1 51)31 66 Leopard I3d
Leopard 1 ml 86 U & n 19* If
Gila 1 3it»t Ml n Washn „.m>, 9 ia< 4
N Belle II Alta ItMSUiM
Manhattan ...7K<M'H Con Va V%
a t'riie exist'/, Point ii»in>4
Endowni'l.l 40@1 IS Ward 3 Mm-i'4
Independ'c:! SO Belcher.
Star I>4 Mexican •as2H'.i
Pay Justice OajOK
Hill Side 3V4 Benton ok
Bodle tiiß<ti S Nevada tjMMU
Beolitol California...! RMfflU
McClluUin .2 Mais 60 Union BhCIIIjC
Tioga S 80,<}2!i Ophir. 45V«5!s
Red Cloud aiia-l Gould ,t 0 »J4(910
Summit Imperial I<3l 05
Serve an Injunction on Disease.
By Invigorating a feeble constitution,
renovating a debilitated physique, und
enriching n thin and innutrltiuus circu
lation with Hosteller's Slomach Bitters,
the finest, the most highly sanctioned
and lho most popular tonic aud preven
tive in existence. It strengthens the
stomach, remedies torpor or the liver
and bowels, and gives a healthful Im
pulse to the secretive und discharging
functions of the kiduejs and bladder.
Notonlydocs il arrest and prevent tho
recurrence of malarial fevers, but It fur
nishes the only adequate suleguard
agatnsf them to persons \v„o have never
been afflicted with thoso maladies, but
would be liable lo Incur theiu It medic-
Innlly unprotected. 11 eliminates from
Ihe blood certain Impurities which the
most, skillful pathologist! assign as the
exciting causes ot : hose agonizing com
plaints, rheumatism and goal, and U is,
moroover, an oxcelleut remedy lor an
enfeebled or overwrought Stale of ihe
neivei und lor mental despondency.
_ H|| ———
City Bill Poster.
M. Eiigel, bill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all tho best uud most prominent
bulletin liill hoards. Otllce, No. 8
Market street. ap2Gtf
Cartridges and ammunition of all
kinds ut Sutherland's gun store, 75
Main street. Imys
Ladies' scissors and pen knives at
Sutherland's gun stoic, 75 Main
The Crust of Tartar
Speedily loaves (lie surface of teeth upou
which the idealising ami preservative
inilu. in i HOZODUNT is daily exerted.
No form of doony can infest a not of
u l#ori«8" upon which It is used. It ha«,
moreover, a must refreshing effect upon
the mouth. In wnloh. it le*ves a vi*ry
agreeable tint*, besides rendering the
broutu fragrant. If the inoutii he rl lined
with it aflar smoking, lho taste ol th*
tobacco Is entirely dissipated. A* an
auxiliary to personal uomeliuettn, it can
not too hlxh'y be extolled. Hold by
Guns, rifles and pistols at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. I
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pale
Ale ou draught at McKenzie's.
Do it at Once!
Persons who havo become thoroughly
chilled .'nun any cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking In
totho stomach a loaspoonrul of Johnson's
Anodyuo Liniment, mixed In a little cold
water, well -weetened.
Lyon's Kathaikos makes beautiful
luii.nam, glossy hair; prevents Its tall"
lug out or turning gray. It has stood tbr
test or *) years Is charmingly perrumod
and has uo rival.
Every farmer who owus a good stock ol
horses, cattlo and sheep, and Intends to
keep them through the winter should at
once get a good slock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition l'owders. One dollar's
worth will save at least a hall a ton of
A Wins-Awak* Youth's Tapse.—
For Judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, and sprighly, entertaining
reading,ihe Youth's Companton. of Boston
has oo superior among the youth's publi
"roiu a DlMtlugtulatieil Jurlm.
"I have tried the Psruvian Hyuup, and
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a new mau of me, iuhlsed In
to my sysloin new vigor and energy. I
am uo longer tremulous aud debilitated
as whon you last saw me, but slrouger,
heartier, aud with a larger capacity lor
labor—mental and physical—than at nnv
time during the last five years. Sold by
Must, Will and Shall
Cive the Createst Bar
gains Ever Known in Dry
Goods, Clothing, Gents'
Furnishing Coods, Hats.
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
for the Next Thirty Days.
Call Early, as you will find
it to your greatest advan
49 Main St., Under th©
Lafayette Hotel. J»ilm
The undersigned beg< leave to an
nounce himself as a candidate for Ser
geans-a'-.Vrins of tha C institutional Con
vention. A. H. MILLEH.
Los Angcies, July 23,11,78. J2l-t s 28
Candidate for Supervisor.
J. C. HANNON announces himself ns
a candidate for re-election to tlio Beard
of Supervisors lrom the Third District—
Ihe election to lake place Wednesday,
Seplembor 4tU. alltd
AND A TIsITTOTIIK
Mechanics' Fair !
The first excursion ever visiting Son
Fniuelsco from Southern California will
START FROM LOS ANGELES
On FRIDAY, August 23,1878,
Palace Sleeping Cars
The train will leave Los Angeles on
Friday at 1:15 p. m.. returning the follow
ing Thursday, giving tho oxcur»lonlsts
Five Days in San Francisco.
PIIICK3 OF FARE;
SLEEPING UAH, to San Francisco
and return 822
First-class pussengcr couch w 19
TICKETS can bcobttilned of
It. 11. HAINES,
Al lho Western Union Telegraph i mice,
Orof E. F. SI'^NCE.
At Commercial Bunk.
One car load of passeugers will ensure
the success of the excursion, but Lot v
For further particulars enquire of
R. H. HEWITT, Alauager.
a2ld At the Herald offlce, Los Anceles.
Fire Association...of Philadelphia.
Commercial of San Francisco.
Standard Fire and Marine
of New Zealand
Glen's Falls...of Glen's Falls, N.Y.
Security of New Haveu
Commonwealth of Boston
Manufacturers of Newark
POLICIES ISSUED HERB.
Wal- its s. Mooits, 1 FRANK McC'OY.
SSSprlng si., Central lllock, Los Angeles.
eas-NOIIOR TO FARMERS.-rollclea
Issued on GRAIN, standing, cut, thresh
ed or iv sacks. aiO-lni
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
Tlie bent carriage anil wagon work cnu
be huil ut
Mission San Gabriel,
Opposite lho IVMtOffieS, The BEST MA
TKtHAL will l-e used and the LOWEST
PRICE charged. »*-REPAIRING and
HORSESHOEING a specially.
Jyl7-lin SAINT I'OL * CO.
P. CASE.NAVIS. J. ROQUE.
LOS ANCELES STEAM
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
We are the sole establishment In thla
oily which Is tilted up to lurnlshvou
truly PUKE and FltKsU ROASTED
COFFEES an 1 SPICES, ground or iv
whole, In packages or cases.
aerAll articles furnished at Sau Fran
cisco prices. P. CASENAVE aY Co.
J. F. REDDING
Will devote his attention tn the
Wells, Cesspools, Vaults, etc.
eW-Also. WHITEWASHING. HOWSE
CLEANING and OE.VEKAL JOBUINO
Ordors may be lelt at this office or with
Josse Butler, Main street.
la a well established business, or will
dispose of the whole business ou satis
factory terms. If desired. Address U.,
Herald office. oS-lw
WANTED TO RENT, with the privil
ege of purchase, A PIANO. Must be
good tone aud cheap. Address P. O. box
110 L a7-3t
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture,
kitchen lurnlture aud water, at No. 182
Huena Vista street, Los Augeles. lteut,
B*J per month, payabU in advance. Ad
dress G. W. W-. Herald offlce- mrs-tf
By the Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, tho best Orange and Semi-
Tropical Fruit Laud lv tha State. Wat el
right goes with toe land Apply to the
offlce of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High St.
apistl F. W. WOOD, Beoretary.
FINK BUILDING LOTS ON HILL
STREET, on the Installment plan, 115 a
month. Inquire of MRS. J. HUBEIt, 1129
Spring street. a7-lm
TO LOAN, $2,000,
fIN GOOD COLLATERAL OR HEAL
v Security. Apply to room No. 3, Mc-
Donald lllock, Main street. aull-lw
■ — .
$1 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals (1 to siooo,
on all kinds of personal property, such
as watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, alfverand U. S. Curren
cy bought aud sold. nlltl
Lots for Sale!
ON TH X
West Los Angeles
Offers the best opportunity for de Unlit fill
homesteads of any lhat bag over been of
fered Tor sale to tbe public.
TH K WHOLE TRACT 18 LEVEL,
Ouly mi (fidelity Inclined for good drainage
THE VOIL IS EXCELLENT.
And ol Much charac tbat It never cakes
ruid Is neither muddy In Winter nor dusty
IT HAS A DITOU OK WATKH RUN
NING THROUGH! IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AG UICUL
TUH IL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed und running through tbe en
tire land audi now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en
Ing luto tbe Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT OK THE LOB ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
Thin Is really the West End of our beau
tiful city, with the beueflt of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uncontanilnuted by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at the elegant mansions and
fashlonablo residences now e.ected and
In course of erection must satisfy any per-
Jon desiring a home lhat this is the place
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
ia\PS WILL BE FOUND
Al tbe office of ihe Farmers' A M
Also, at tbe of the Maiu Stre
aud Agricultural Park Railroad.
O W.CIULDS aud JOHN Q. DOWNED
will tjlve special attention to those seek
tua* Information. seplltWJ
Rubottom Ranch for Sale,
Thll valuable property, containing
EI *KTY-SIX A.'UBt*, oue of tho most
eligible to inventors lv Southern Califor
nia, is lor sale. Good title and abund.
ance of water. It Is m the heart of the
beautiful ami productive Han Jose Val
ley, thirty miles fruui Los Augeles.
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures,
ALSO, FOR SALE.
A RARE BARGAIN is presented 111
health, nn<i n desire to give my wife a
change of scene and air, aro the motives
which Indue t me to sell.
Address, for terms,
mraotf W. W. RUBOTTOM. Spadra.
m& fashion m&
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON * YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses nnd Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kepi constantly ou
hand for the accommodation of the pub
lic. Horses Boarded hy tbe day, week or
month at reasouable rales. Conveyances
furnished for prlvato or public occasions
at tho shortest notloe and upon as reas.
onable terms as al any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
MM WILSON A YOUNG, Pmp'a,
VETERIN ARY SURGEON. ~
C. U. EDMONDS notifies the owners of
horses and other stock thai be ba«
opened an offlco at tbe PONY STABLES,
No, I*oMain street. Will treat the dis
ease known ai bloody murrain In cattle,
and guarantee a cure. JyiM-tnt
NEW A D VERTIBEMENTB. ;
SOH O O L
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Parent* unit guardians desirous of pre* fj
curing lor their daughters and ward* WO m
advantages of a good education tad ■. j
linine In a heall hy climate and plaeeant -'i
locality, will find both In this education* 1
al Institution of the Sisters or Mi. VI»• Jf
cent of Paul.
Hoard and Tuition, English, French,
.Spanish, Germau. Ornamental Nee
dle Work, Tapestry. Embroidery,
per session of lea months ....eflae, ; #
Drawing and Painting, per month 88. 1M
Piano and Melodeon, with use of In
strument, |o 60 per month. , SJ| I
Oultar, per month $8 „ M
Vacation, If pupils remain In school,
per mouth X)
The Sisters bave opened A SELECT
DAY SCHOOL lor young ladles.
First Class, tha languages, etc ft
Second Division .. i
Third Division „ „.. „ 1 |
Kitra branches, charges aa Indicated
The Ecbolaetie Hair Session of Are
mouths wilt commence tha let of -
August and the Ist of January, and ter
minate about tha lat or June.
Bills, without exception, must be paid /
in advance, and n* deduction will be
made lor partial absence or withdrawal
from the Institution, unless In caaae nt
protracted illness. Doctors* fees and
medicines are extra charges.
For further particularssddress
fcR. SCHOLASTICA LOGSDOK. ii
NORMAL INSTITUTE, |
BAPTIST CHURCH, SPRING St. j
THE FOURTH TERM of this InßtttOtO
will open JULY 211 th aud continue in
session until December lAJtli.
The objects of tbe lnslllu ion »-c:
First—To give to any per o • ten das, ,
sires to prepare for teaching *j ecisl In- §
struct lon in any branch or ci vision of :
branch of State course whera applicant 1
for certificate may leel deflolaii .
Second—To Instruct teachers ihelat- °
est methods of Imparting kntxij. doe.
Those Intending to become tesehere
can perlect themselves more rae dlv, at
less ixpen.-e and more thoroug'< \ than
at nny other Nosiusl lustltuL 'in tbe "3
The second department Is desigr.nl to
pracilcally illustrate normal t., t ode.
giving stiidenia the most ns-nrsi ana
thorough instruction, flttiug them far .
the regular Normal course, isiato Univer
sity, military and other colleges. BUb
dents received at any time.
The Institute affords accommodations
for those at a distance v. ho desire te
beard or self-board.
N. B. — Trustees and others desiring -
competent teachers will doweil Ui make
Inquiries at this Institute.
For terms, etc., address
MltS. REGINA MAST DIXON.
J y24-siu P. o. Box 388, Los Augeiea, Cal.
-A- CADE Y.
This institution, located In the
CITY OF LOS ANGELES,
on FORT STREET, between Third aad i
Fourth, will begin lta THIRD YEAR
AUGUST sth, 1878.
The following courses of studjr will be
taught on the most reasonable Terms:
GRAMMAR SCHOOL COURSE:
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION:
O. S. FRAMBBS, A. M Principal
8. E. FRAMBES Preceptress
C. W. La FETRA, Principal Com'l Don't
WALTER LINDLEY, M. D., Teacher*}
Anatomy, Physlelogy nnd Hygiene
LOUIS ADAMS Teaohcrof Frenoh
G. H. BOLLINQEH...Teacher of German
oil AS. >;. Hay...Teacher or Vocal Muala
Mrs. C. E. DAY, Teacher of Instr'l Muala
To the patronising public I wish to any
that no pains have been spared te seeaute
faithful and competent teachers for the
several departments of the Aoadeaay.
Mr. C. W. La Fetra, first a graduaU, then
an assistant teacher In the Buslneas Col
lege of Washington, D. C, will take
charge of the Commercial Department.
1 lie other teachers are too well known to
need any note or commendation to this S
community. A new building bee been
erected expressly for tbe Commercial
ear-Ample accommodation* hay* been :
provided for boarding atudeuts from •
For further particulars address th*
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
LOB ANGELES. Cal.
STUDIES WILL BE RESUMED
Ou Thursday, August 1,1878
M. RUBI, O. M.,
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased ihe stock aad fix
tures of the well known Jewelry star* of <
Mr. T. W. siackpole, addiag thereto a
large aud entirely new assortment et
roods, we are are prepared to show to*
citizens of Los Angeleaand vicinity oa*
ot ihe finest aud best selected ► locks to
be found In the stale, which will be avid
at the lowest living rales.
We shall constantly be In receipt of ell
the latest novelties tn watches, chains.
Jeweiry.etc., to whloh Ibe alieni.en ol
the public is especially Invitee.
In speeiacles we have a large a, d va
rled assortment, and are th* exc,naive
xgents In southern California of me eel- ;
eurated Lnierus A Morris perfect*d *p*a
lacles, which we claim ar* tha One fin i
-Mr. Stackpole will remain In our em
ploy, having exclusive control of the
work department, and. as beretuf re. ea- 1
pedal attention will ba given to toe re
pairing of line watches and jewelry.
We sliall be happy lo sea all our old
friends aud the public at large
. DIJNSMOOR BROS.
Jy9lf »H Spring sUaet.
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co,,
[Successors to LittleOeld, W*bb .* 00. J
316 and P. IS Washing to a Street,
Solicit consignment* of all klad, of 1
country product. Make prompt return*. '
Advanoa liberally ou approved shS
men Is. ;
••"CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. M
Private Boarding House, m
No. M, cor. Third aad Hill at*. Jj
ger*BOARD BY TUB DAY. a'UU OK : 4
MONTH. Term. ReaaotjaW,. TBfc"™