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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
l iik Herald Steam Printing
. lonsu makes a specialty of Legal
Printing. Briefe, Transcripts, etc.,
printed at low rates.
Pianos and Organs For Sale.
Parties wishing No. 1 plauos, or
gans or other musical instruments,
would do well to oall at tlie branch
store of Sherman, Hyde & Co.,
kept by Miss D. S. Corona, 45
Main street, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Los Angeles. )y7-Gin.
Sunday Sea-Side Resort.
That famous caterer to tho com
fort and amusement loving public,
Joe Bayor, having leased the Pa
vilion at Santa Monica, every Sun
day a band will be in attendance
for the lovers of the danoe. Ten
pins and the famous Boca beer will
assist the excursloulsts to while
away the time. Don't forget, in
the heated term,that the champlou
resort of the Pacific Coast is but an
hour's remove from Los Angeles,
with the genial Bayer to make
things pleasant. iy7-tf
Again In the Field.
It. Waugeman, the practical aud
thorough plauo tuner and repairer,
has returned to Los Angeles. II
you wish your instruments attend
ed lo In a proper manner give him
a call. All kinds of musical in
struments repaired. Prices moder
ate; 46 Spring street. lin.jc&>
To all wishing removed perma
nently superfluous Hair, Freckles,
Liver Spots, Black Worms, Moles,
etc., I will send a recipe free of
charge. This great remedy was
discovered by Professor E. Hluna,
the great Chemist ami East India
Plant discoverer. Send a self-ad
addressed envelope to V, Popper,
127 Montgomery street, San Fran
cisco, California, Ageut for the
United States and Canada. As ad
vertising is very expensive, this ad
vertisemeut will only appear for
oue month. Please cut it out and
preserve it. mj'2l lm
Winks and Liquors yon Medi
cinal PUBPOSKS.—Families and
travelers wishing pure and unadul
terated Wines, Whiskies, Bran
dies, Gins, Rums, etc., either im
ported or domestic, by.lhe pint,
bo;tle or gallon, will find at H. J.
Woollaoott's, 40 Spring street, tbe
choicest articles at the lowest pos
sible margin. Family trade so
licited.
F. Llndqulst, merchant tailor,
No. 20 Spring street, Is himself a
practical cutter; and, having had
ample experience in San Francisco
uud Los Angeles, knows how to
meet the requirements of his cua
mmers. lie keeps a full supply of
Ihe best cloths constantly OB hand
and makes them up "upon honor,'
R. Bills, having bought nil the
Interest in tlie tiucks, teams and
freighting business of Mr. J. C
Glover (of the late firm of Bills &
Glover), ll now alone in the busi
ness, and always on hand witli hiß
teams at tbe oid stand, No. V Mar
ket street. apUtf
To Whom it May Concern.
Please take notice: Any person
having pledges or collaterals at the
Star Loan auil Broker Otilee, No. ]
Oouiraercial street, will please re
deem the same or pay accrued in
terest thereon within thirty days
from this duto or they will be sold.
P, h.—Money loaned on all klode
t>f personal property. mroOtf
The Russian Electric Sulphurated
Steam aud other Medicated Baths
are located at No. 15 Main street,
opposite the Pico House. A cure
for Dropsy, Neuralgia and Rheu
matism guaranteed. Gentlemen
and la lies will be waited upon by
persons if their own sex. olOtf
' A-number of desirable rooms to
let at No. 7 Third street. The loca
tion is accessible and desirable
from every standpoint. Tho neigh
borhood is good and the house is
barely five minutes' walk fiom the
Clourt House.
Gentlemen, if you wish a
good lit and good goods, please call
«t 38 Main street.
Invalids who are suflering from
chronic kidney and liver diseases,
rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula,
Mid a" cutaneous affections, should
go to Fultou's Sulphur Wells, lo
cated thirteen miles from Los An
geles, un the Auaheim railroad.
This water Is, beyoud a question,
fine. O" 10 "
>oe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
>uot received a consignment o!
boca lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
•is a drought beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on band. Give
him a call. Corner Main and lie
rj'iena street?, opposite the IT. B,
Ratrt. 1,9
v his wou
if colors al
g establish-
I
too roe, F.e
-n, opposite
, aro again
.ml will be
respectable
<h, with or
erlng from
eretions of
nets, early
etc., I will
I cure you,
rent remedy
ieslonary ii
t a self-ad-
Key. Joseph
New Yoik
mylB lv
Haricot,
FIRST STS.
VDT
popular roar
none out the
•er.Veal, Pork.
Menu aad all
1 parts of the
Jyl-lm
WEDNESDAY JULY 14. 1880
Herald Steam Printing House.
The faculties of tho U übalu Htearo
Printing Housa for doing Job work are not
surpassed In California outside ol Sau
Francisco aud Baorameuto. All work: cu
trusted to al will ho executed with neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
rates.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the benefltol Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations lateen at Los An
geles, Cal., July 14,1180
II I
e J
I ca
tl. A,*. M_T I
l| Uf. m. W.MO !
8:1 . p. M.| !
Maximum Thermometer, 74.0
Minimum H 580
LOCAL BREVITIES
Acme !
Watermelons have made their
appearance in tlie market.
Boys, girls and women are want
ed at tha Aldan fruit drying fac
tory. Bee advertisement.
AntWtfioa at Kan Francisco ho
tels on the 13th: L. J. Rose, Pal
ace; C. Kaphael, BUM House.
Oue of tlie priests from the Ca
thedral will celebrate mass next
Sunday at 9 A. M , In the bouse of
Judge Morgan, Santa Monieu.
Judge J. E. Grlffln weut out to
Fulton Wells yesterday, where he
proposes to spend a couple of weeks
for the benefit of bit health.
We received a pleasant oatl yes
terday from Mr, W. Frank Leavitt,
firmer editor of tlie Calaveras
'limes, who ia visiting Loa An
geles.
Col. W. E. Morford, Inspector of
forage, goes over to San Bernardino
In day to Inspect another shipment
of barley now ready to be forward
ad to Allisons military posts.
OfliOer Rk.li j yesterday arrested
Jiiiin Howard on v warrant sworn
OUt by liia Wife, charging him with
assault aud battery. Toe ease will
tie beard before Justice Lawlor.
The Republican State Conven
tion for ttie noffilnation of Presiv
denttal Electors (viciiins (or tbe
November election) will be held at
Sacramento ou the lltii of August.
The examination of Tebfllo
Ochoba, on thu charge of petjury,
wua commenced before Justice
Lawlor yesterday. The case will
bo resumed at one o'clock tbis
afternoon.
Tho City Band (twelve pieces)
has been engaged to accompany
tbe excursion to Anaheim next
Sunday. Tickets for the excursion
are going nil' well and a good at'
tendance is assured,
Messrs, Slausou and Dent loft
yesterday fur a visit to tho Hasting
Springs raining district, in which
a p umber nt Augeitflje are
largely Interested, they go by
.mil «s lar us ilojave whero they
take s ago for the mines.
By t-.'irgram published * Uewhere
it will be seen that the hotel at
Riverside was burned yesterday
morning. The lire oaUgbl in the
root uud resulted In the total de*
structlon of ths bnllding. Ths fur
niture, however, wua sav<d.
Arrived at Wilmington July
14tb, schooner Humboldt, Tboroe
masier, from Bridgeport, with 5500
railroad tins lor i'auillo Improve
ment Co I steamer A.icon, Johnson
master, with 200 tons of freight,
401)0 railroad ties und 80 passen
gers.
Sixteen ear-loads of hay were
•hipped to military pott* lv Art
zona by Contractor stuukpolo yes
terday. An additional shipment of
twelve car-loads will go forward tor
duy. Total shipments tbgi fur, in
cluding tbat to gn to-day, about
200 tuns.
Our young friend Tommy Mc-
Caflery is the father ot a ten pound
boy and is correspondingly happy.
We congratulate the No. 2i on tliis
brawny ncoesslou to their Com
pany and hope the young man will
make us efficient a fireman as his
proud father.
The following ofllcers of Los An
geles Lodge No. 35,1. O. O. F. were
Installed last Wednesday evening
to servo (luring liie ensuing term
of six months: C. O. Cheese*
borough, N. G (re-elected;) Fred
iCUon, V. G; a. Prenok, R. s.
(re-elected); John Schumacher,
treasurer; J. D. Jones, P. B.
By auvertlierjaeut elsewhere It
wili bo pui'ii Itint, the Allien FiT.lt
drying factory, e:>si of the river,
which IniH lain idle for s;> many
ycai M, ia reaily to commence opera
tions ami advertise! for fix tout ot
fruit and vegetables daily. Tills
should be good news to our orchard
' rjistrtel I:, j.aiv Or»i»a'l*»tJtUrob I
day tveuitif: F. VV. W. od,
C P. ( c-ile.'ted); A. M. Law
rence, H. T\; W. CJ. Kerck
hiifr rt. VV,; Arthur Helnnaan, J.
W ! Eugene Orermslrl, Beiibe; C.
C Llp», Treasurer; Jos. Laveiiihal
r h; U. Burdlck, tltiide; A.
Kranek and M. I* WioU",Uttatda in
ihe Tent.
D. D Q, M. Lawrence Installed
ihe following offleera of Pomona
Lodge, No, 216, I O. O. F., on Sat-
Isy evening, tlie 3d inst.: H. Ln",
N. O.; J. Bridger, V. O.i J.R-
Uanh-ide, B. 8.; L. Alexander.
Frees.; A. H. Tufte, Conductor; J
(i. Xi id, Warden; D. Hoover, I
U; M. M. Bogers, O. G.; D. N
BurrlH, B. 8. N. G ; A. H. Bnrke.
L. 8 N. G.; J. Ferrs, B 8. V. G;
v. T. Currier, L. 8. V. G; J
Eagan, It. 8. B.; W. F. Cushlng,
> L. 8. 8.
At tbe meeting of tbe Turn-
Vereln Germanla last night tbe
following officers were elected to
serve for the eusuing six months:
First Speaker, O. G. Weyse; Sec
ond do.,CharlesGollmer; First Sec
retary, H. Sluhr; Second do., It. G.
Weyse; Treasurer, Tb, Froblinger;
First Tumwa'rt, E. A. PreUSS, Jr.;
Beoood do., Albeit Hanneman;
Proporty man, Cbas. Huebsch;
Stage Manager, H. Sebroeder;
Librarian P. Schilling; Captain ol
Itifles, F. Moracli; Committee on
Amusements, Cbus.' Maler, U
Kiefer; Committee on Supplies, P.
Utoll, Joe Malcr.
The "Girls" registered one of tlie
greatest social successes of the sea
son last evening. The brick church
on Fort street was crowded to such
an extent that even staudiug room
was at a premium, yet the varied
and interesting programme, full ol
merit and fun, made tbe audience
forget the discomforts of tbe sifua
tion and only remember Ihe pleas
ures ot tbe moment us tlie pieces
on the varied programme were pre
sented. At ten o'clock t lie literary
exercises were brought to a close
and refreshineuts were served. The
aUair was financially a success as
Well as socially, a handseine sum
being netted for the Presnyterian
Sunday School.
The French Celebration.
Yesterday was a gala day with
our citizens of French nativity,
who turned out in full force to cel
ebrate the anniversary of the tak
ing of the 1! inliie, which has been
adopted us a uational holiday. The
day was ushered in by a salute of
100 guns. At an early hour a baud
wagon drawn by six horses and
containing Conteruo's Band, play
ing French national airs, made a
tour of tho principal streets of tho
csty, after which it returned to tlie
Pelanconl Block, where a proces
sion was formed iv the following
order:
Mounted Pol o.
(Jracd iMtnsoal and aides,
fjoutuinu's baiid.
American and FtOuflQ Colors.
Ooluuia of KrenulimHii ou loot.
Carriage with Officers of the Pay and Ora
tor.
Carriages with citizens.
Tho Una of march was then
taken up and the route followed as
published in yesterday's llkkald
M. Pasquale iieraehaidi ollloiuled
as (iralld Marshal. tin returning
lo the Pelauooul blook au eloquent
address was delivered by M F. V.
C. de Momlran, orator of tbo day.
The day's festivities Were con
cluded ny :i sumptuous banquet, au
account if winch appears else
where.
THE FRENCH BANQUET.
A Brilliant ASFair—Fine Viends, Wines and
Eloquent Speeches.
The French demonstration yes
terday, which commemorated tbe
destruction of tho Baslile, aud the
inauguration of thai remarkable
revolution which has changed the
whole course ul the world's history,
wound up, witli great oclat, by v
banquet last night in the St.
Charles Hotel dining room. The
arrangements as to the euhine had
been entrusted to that popular and
accomplished caterer, Monsieur V.
Dol, of theCommeicial Restaurant.
The embellishment of the banquet
bull was tasteful aud rich, French
and American fligs being profusely
used. The decoration oi the tables
was a marvel of floral and urtistic
skill, and was only equaled by ibe
superb viands and lamous brands
ot wines which graced the occasion.
Uouteroo'a baud furnished lifting
music for the revelers.
The principal table was presided
over by Monsieur E. Meyer, Presi
dent of the French National
League of I his city. Mousleur F,
V. C. de Moudruu acted as host at
the oilier table. The President
successively introduced Dr. Pique-
Dupuytreu and Mousleur Moudrau,
who each made eloquent addesses
In the one hundred aud twenty-five
of tbeir Ootnpatriots who were
present. Tbeir remarks were vo
ciferously applauded.
Toasts being next In order, the
health of the President of tlie
French Republic was proposed.
Responded to by Mr. Calm.
The President of tlie United
Slates, Response by Col, Ayera.
The Press of Los Angeles. Re
sponse hy Monsieur P. GuuSe.
The French Mutual Benevolent
Society. Response by Monsieur
FuijUfS.
An uddre«s was then read by
President Meyer from the French
National League of Sau Francisco
io lbs Kreoch Nuiional League of
Los Angeles, Response by Mon
sieur tie Mondran.
Tlio feast of reason anil Ihe firm
of soul was uninterrupted till a
lutu hour, many impromptu toasts
Iwiii;; proposed ami happily re
sponded to. iSvery detail of the)
banquet reflected credit upon the
gentlemen who were entrusted
with tbo arrangements nod upnn
tho capable caterer who hail de
voted unusual care to Ilia pleasant
task..
COURT REPORTS.
••■>•>•„* »'....., tIOWAED, J.
V BSD at, July H.
i K. L, Bsennillat,
■r submitted; two
t».
J. P. A guerre, et
of pr 0,,., 'itton ac
as to Aguorre at
( aso argued aud
j. istswart vs Creditors—Final
discharge of Insolvent granted.
Bennett vs. Read—On motion of
H. T. Gage, Ksq , leave granted to
die Intervention of Cota.
Garcia vs Creditors—Ordered that
clerk deliver the books of insolvent
to assignee.
Beunett vs. Beed etal.—Order al
lowing petition In intervention.
SET FOR TO-DAY.
E-tate of A. Cottle, deceased.
Csjou Irrigation Co, vs. Yorba.
, Skpulvbda, J.
Chae. Wagner and Gu'tavus
Schumhy, natives of Germany,
naturalized.
Jesse Moore & Co's floe old Bour
hou and Bye Whiskies by tbe pint
bottle or gallon, at Woollaootl's, 40
Spring street.
A Squelched Orator.
[Detroit Free Press. 1
Tho other morning a young man
who has long boarded with a Con
gress street landlady was asked to
step Into tbe parlor for a private
interview, and when tlie old lady
had him cornered she began:
"Mr. Blank, .you havo boarded
with me lor a long lime, and never
betore have I baa occasion to And
a word of iault."
"Well, every night for an hour
after you come in, and an hour be
fore breakfast, we hear you trump
ing around and talking about war
and liberty and death aud so nu,
and some of my boarders fear that
you have taken to drink."
"Oh, I cau explain all that," he
cheerfully replied; "I am lo deliver
a Fourth of July oration out hpre
in a country town, and I am get
ting my speech ready."
'•Is it necessary ilmt you should
deliver tills speech?"
"Why, no; but I consider it a
great honor lo be I nvited to speak."
"I—l wish you'd givo it up," she
faltered.
"But for what reason? I'm afraid
you don't understand me."
"Oli, yes I do—l know all about
it. Last year seven of the young
men In my bouse went out to de
liver Fourth of July orations, aud
at ii o'clock in tlie morning all were
lying dead drunk on the ball floor.
Of course, I love liberly, Mr,
Blank, aud I always have extra
boiled eiigs aud ice-water on the
Fourth, but you've no idea how
hard Ibese orations are on hall car
pets and stair-rods. If you've goi
to go I winii you'd make ar
rangements to havo the police run
you in on (bat night."
Drunkenness in London.
A person who studies Loudon so
ciety, bigb und low, cunnot fail to
discover in passing ttiluugli tlie
lower streets that drunkenness it
lumentubly common among tlie
lower classes of women. At mid
day us well us in tlie early morn
ing, they may be seen with flush
faces und noisy months goio>
and coming out at the pimllc
trance to tne har. They r
purently working women—
with families—rather than
of bad character. But il
ence at lite bar does not c
sui prise; it does not ob<
least ihe boisterous en*
i lift loaleis. Tho def
even a loafer iv An
gfaul a woman is go
ing his public prlvi
I hat she bus broug!
to" bis own level.
Plantation
One-eyed mule
on de blind side,
but a lighted
handy. De pig
year ob corn gel
the cob. Llckc
when It gits
Sleepiu' in de
fetch Krlimu
' I'ween de but;
'taint hard to
git ketobed.
mull don't 001
cold. You'd i
he kuoweil
sleeps. Hu
cackle w'en h
hies in seasoi
good twell de
out w'en yoi
want; fatteuli
Bob Ing;
[Wash, Core. C
Col. Boh In
what hu thoug.
ticket, said be
in giving tho p.
and did not take i.
politics. Since Biu,
he did not cure mut
turned, but he tbougi.
crats lor once hail sho\
dinary good sense and
ticket would catch the boys
und unless tbe Republicans v
usually good work it wonu
elected.
Mrs. Keiser asked her cousin,
Will Zeigler, of Canton, Ohio, to
marry iter. lie urged various oh
jections, among which were their
relationship, that lie did not love
her, and that she already had a
husband. She was v beautiful wo
man, and her argument was th tt
ho ought to be glad lo get tier us a
wife ou any terms. tietting des
perate over Lis continued refusal,
she secreted herself in his room
und shot him when he entered.
Then she killed herself. Zsigler
will recover.
BORN.
Mn>UAFi«'lih\Y/ lv tni. oi y, July l:i, lo
the wife or Thorn s Mc«;.-ff-ry a «on
Saratoga Waves and Hair Work
Ut ull Xi mis mane lo order, switch
es made from combing*; human
hair bought and sold, by Mrs. T.M
Adams, (lato of Topeks, Kansas,)
■ t 19!) Main street, between 2d and
3J, Los Augeles.
Half-soling arid heeling hoots
aud shoes at tho great Half Price
Boot and Shoe House for $1 00, op
posite the PostofHee, Los Angele*.
Another large consignment of
Solbronk & Ludlow's line lad lea'
shoes, French kid and pebble goal,
of ull styles; also, a lurge consign
ment uf Lilley, Bruakett & Co's
flue shoes for men. This work is
well known to every one as being
of the best style and tinest quality.
Keiuember the place, A. ,S. McDon
ald's, 34 Spring street.
Clothes cleaned or dyed, then
mended and'pressed aud warranted
to look like new, at No. 8 Aliso
■treet.
Boots and shoes almost given
away ut the great Half Price Hoot
and Shoe Home, opposite the Posl
ollioe, bus Angeles. Lewis Bnofl.
The colorist does dyeing and
scouting at No. 8 Aliso street.
The largest invoice of ladles,
misses and child's faucy sirap san-
Jala ever brought lo Los Angele."
nave just been received at the
great Half Price Boot and Shoe
House, opposite the Postofflce, Los
Augeles.
Five hundred dollars worth of
second-hand clothing wanted at
No. 8 Aliao street.
Heinzemau & Ellis make physi
cians' prescriptions and family re
oipes a speoialty. Tbey use strictly
pure drug* and chemicals. Give
them a call,
Santa Monlea shoes, which are
just coming out again, gold for al
most nothing at the great Half
Price Boot ami Shoe. House, oppo
site tbe PostohToe, Lis Ang«les.
Lewis Bros.
If you bave a lons-staoding
cough, weak lungs, use tbe best
remedy in the market—Scott's
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, with
Hypophospliltes of Lime aud Soda
—for sale by Heluzeman & Ellis.
Second-hand clothing bought and
sold at No. 8 Aliso street.
\V if Royal naun jk
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Made Irom Grape Cream Tartar. No
other preparnlon makes such light,
flaky hot breads, or luxurious pastry.
Can be eaten by dlspeptlcs without fear
of the Ills resulting from heavy Indi
gestible food. Hold only lv cans, by all
urocers.
mw Mosteheay powdera contain alum;
avoid iiiem especially when ottered
loose or lv bulk.
i»nytT. minv'fi T>r,tvn».'n en w y.
i»C iht jL,
A hU;hly-tinprtiVL«a tract of
Terms of Sula—*>,Oo*K one-naif cash,
t;oltl coin, aad ttie other half property,
real oi personal, at Its present, cash
v« 1 no,
Qall and see tho property, or apply to
JUDGK T.IOM V 1 li. SMITH, of Cos
\u •■■.•■4, or <). 11. AhLKM, renidlnßnn
the premise*, adfotQlnn the Los Nletos
tuntitulii, near Downoy LUty. oltilf
STEEL AND IRON
WIRE ROPES
uaiie hymn
Hazard MaiiiifacloriGfi Company,
WILKES-IiABIIF, PF.SN.
I*ol Militia,
luolined Plaues,
Suspension fridges,
Wire Hope Tramways,
Tranamiaaion of Power,
Ship's Rigging, eto.,eto.
TUa Company bxa tho largest and most
perfect rope-roaking macbinory in the
world. Capsblo of making ropes of any
•iae, from a cash cord to ropea of sixty tons
ewjght without a splice.
Kane but Ihe Very Best Material Used.
Tiictie ropos are used more generally
than auy other* throughout the coal aad
mining regions.
For prices, instructions on the use of
wire ropea and other information, address
Hazard Manufactoriog Co.,
W ilhea-Barre, Perm,
CITY OF PARIS. 1
SPECIALLY IMPORTED |
FOR THE— J
CALICO B-A.XjL|
Which takes place on the sth of July next: 1
50 Pieces Plain and Printed French PERCALES, at : : : i2sc. per yanlf
50 Pieces Plain and Printed Finest French LAWNS, at : : 25c. per yarn!
100 Pieces Plain and Printed French LAWNS, at : : : : 15c. per yanM
150 Pieces Printed French LAWNS, at : 10c. per yanif
Eugene Meyer & Co. |
WANTS- LOST—FOUND.
Situation Wanted.
By an experienced cook: city or coun
try. Address U. U., Herald office. J6-:it
HOUSE TO MOVE.
I wl«h to move a small house. Those
In the house-moving business can con
tract to move It by calling on J. H. iiUT-
L.KU, 139 Main street, immedluiely.
JyH-lw
Merino Bucks for Sale.
ml wo to three hundred well-bred
.no bucks fur sule at low prices,
ipply to E. F. if IS A L X ,
.in Tejon Ranch, Kern county,Cal.
gQfl SALE—FOR RENT.
"forsale.
k —
fK MAUBLK-TOP WALNUT
vim BKT, nearly new, with nut
toivß and bolster, with ward
?tch set; will he sold cheap, on
c departure oi the owner.
JS O. A. DuBINsON, Agent, No.
/5y Block. Jll lit
/ • TO LET.
vT[jY FURNISHED ROOMS TO
ngle or in suits of two or four, to-
Vtu stovo und all the apparatus
$. m house, witliln one block of
■toruerof Fort and Franklin
apSOtf
I EXCURSION
*
J ANAHEIM.
{tday, July 18, 1880,
the auspices ot the
Vs Fire Department,
Vnnpanled by
WNWELESGIAKI)
,£srpQt* ol attentliuc the
'lONIC
|N*AHEIM FIRS DICPT,
-?'l«oon Shooting, Dancing,
t of mines tor prizes ou tho
4
JrB, for tbe round trip. $1.50
txns'Cnra leave the 9:30 a. m.
mtu
PHINEAS BANNING,
hORWARDING AND COMMISSION
WILMINGTON,Los Angeles county, Cal.
Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber
sold aad era) a stored, with
ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS.
oo7tr
THE HERALD
STEAM
PRINTING
HOUSE
Mas facilities for doing JOB
WORKnotequaledin South
ern California. Power and
Job Presses run by steam se
i
cure promptness and moder
ate prices. Give this office
a call and secure work at San
Francisco Prices and of a San
Francisco finish and style.
(\\ d) AAA n'.<ui.wni
gentlemen™
ARE REMINDED THAT
B. F. COULTErJI
32 BAKER BLOCK, ;|9
Has on EXHIBITION SOO OR 300 SAMPLI^^^B
embracing all the Novelties for Gentlemen's Wear,
the leading markets of the world, in Broadcloths,
meres, Cheviots, Suitings, etc., from which you can orderlf
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER at New York Price**
in the Latest New York Styles, and in every instance aatV"
isfaction guaranteed in fit, or you will not be expected t»*'
take the goods. Call and see the samples and prices, antag
you will save money by giving your orders. We navefl
the privilege of referring to numerous parties who have -
dered suits and are thoroughly satisfied.
Very Respectfully, m4m B. F. COULTER. >^fl
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
E. MARTIN A Co.,
WHOLESALE
Liquor Dealers
84 MAIN ST.,
BAKER BLOCK, LOS ANGELES
a>a~We havj received a few psokages ol
choico old
MUSCATEL ANGELICA OP 1873 AND
PORT WINK OF 1873.
Both are. or rottlve make and rich in
tiavoruiid quality. They are specially
«uited lor family use. (Jive us a call,
moan E. M (iITIN * CO.
~C3~JL j\_ X p«i !
IT. ML. WULFF,
(SUCCESSOR, TO HUGO KREMKft.)
rsopatEToa OF TUX
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
No. 78| Lanfranco Block,
Maim Street.
NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED.
•Mr. Wt'LFF MANUFACTURES - HA
V*A'N .V TO BAOOO In to cigars ot approved
brutids. lie also deals in all fines ol
Smokers' Articles, (live htm v cull.
ne is if
HOTELS.
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
F.nST-CLASS.
THIS FtNKSr HOTEL ll* SOUTHERN
CAUFOKNI A.
HAMMIiL & DKNKEK Prop*,.
This tl (ho only reliably first class
hotel. Is sit 'iitud iv ihe center of the
city of Los Ant;eleH, contain*
nearly a hindred upantous and
airy rooms, newly lurnlGhed In the most
comfortable stylo. Kuoidh In Milies for
families and parties on every floor, wif h
bot and cold bath <.
TUMTAULK will alwu.vs be furnished
wltn the belt BttplpltM that can be pro
cured in tin- insirkvU
A PHBK OOACIi is alwava on hand tc
■ osrrv KiH'su tv the bouse,
j No" puiii-. spared to niako quests oom
IcriAbU* in every way.
A LAKiJK lU4ADINQ RCOPI open
nlcbt uud day.
HENRY HAMMEL,
mv!7tf A. U. UKMtKi.,
Grand Central Hotel,
MAIN ST., Ll'S ANOELEB.
aarCornliieted on the European plan.
Fhst-class REaTAIJIIAN r In the house.
m2B-Ira O. L. SCHMIDT, Prop'r.
MOJAVE HOTEL,
Mojnvo Junction, Cal.
THIB HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED Jhak
to receive it. numerous pntronsjc"'*
and the traveling public ln general. Be
ing entirely new and eplendldl" n.r
nlabed, it arlOrda superior accommoda
tions.
ITB TABLE J>' HOTE
Is seoond to none ln So jthern California.
THEBAii supplied wllh the cholceat
brands of wines, liquors And clvars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is auto
attached to tho house.
All irains stop hero /or break rant ami
supper, it Is the point of departure for
theoelebrated Inyo oonnty mines, via.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cairo Gordo and Pan
amlnt, TheofHoeof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is, at this hotel. The patronage of tlie
myelins public la re.pecttuliv solicited
K. H. BOYD.
feSi'tf Proprietor.
NOTICE.
This is to notify id 1 p*m»n» concerned
that no oue la authorised io Incur any
kndebtedueaa or obtain hoy ere.ln on my
aoeount, and that I will not pay any
bills incurred by any oue without a
written order from me,
Loe Augelu, April S, IHXO. apStf
For medicinal and family nee, ''■•jjji
Simmond's Nabob
Whisky! -j
TBE BEST IN THE WORLD I x .; 3
Mr. Slmmond In forma the nubile tha " ,
he baa supplied tbe bar ol tMj«i|M|
polltan Hotel wltn tbe Nabob fUHn
It will lie sold there by tbe drink OTM.SJME
bar; aiso.lu bottles, thagalloev. 'sjMfl^l
THE QUARTERLY REVIEWtJ
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAfIKt.
The Leonard Scott Publish* 3
4 I Barclay Bt., New Yoik,
Coutinae their auAoruei Reprints el Ike
FOUR LEADING QUARTERLY RBtlfeW*" J
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LONDON QUARTXBIiX UTi't:*>vJ
WEHTMINBTEB BE VIEW [Liberal), '-J
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BIiACKWOIIIW j
EDINBURGH f« ACAtmtV^
—™* ' . iWawSBBI
Tn. Brltlen quarterlies (It* *%hmn**it 2
waU-digeeted uloriuatkjn upon the mat IK
events In contemporaneous hktary, asslawawawfl
tAin nmit«i lv criticisms on alt thai
uni valual.le In literature, as well at m aav 3
niarj of the trlumuhs of TtHnfti
The wars likely to eoaTttlM all Bare,* ansa
form topics for dlaonaamn, the aril) m%
troauid with a thoroughness ami ahtllr. ape .Jma
wh«r« els* 10 be fuond. tUaefewwaers ala**. Jj
cine Is fomotia for stories, essays aa4.ak.nih>
•a of the highest literary merit. Zjttm
TERMS (InoludißS Jtawtwj»»h, -
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Tor say one Review * j
For any two Usnews iWtftm
For any throe Hrywwe W&SBkm
Far all four Renews It f»
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iowm to Olnoa of loar er aaera i iiayaj 'W
Thun Toor eoplea of Blaek-woot aaslat kWifU
aeriew will be sent to eaa i—ikaa tor ttiTX
fonr eoni~ at the tour BaTtawa awd FawnyF
wood for Its. and so ea,
PREKIUMB. . '"'^^sj^l
nun,tor. fur tb* laatqaastoj at 3h 7H
pan.>iinaa a* may mar i aliaarlaa (awawmml
neither i>r»nil\ima to swwserlwara Mr*
count to Oluba can be altuwaf aadSwy
mirney la rerojuad to «a» lllilllsMT
nremrams aivwa to Cmbs. ,
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had on appliesrlna Tl
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