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?reuss & Schumacher, 21 Spring
street, opposite Court House, havo
|ust received a large iuvolco of
fancy goods imported expressly for
All those Intending to purchase
Christmas aud Now Year presents
would do well to give us a call
aud examine our immense stock of
colognes, hairoils, perfumes, ivory
toilet sets, combs, brushes, etc.,
and a thousand and one articles of
utility and beauty, ornaments to
the boudoir and toilet table and
pleasing to the senses.
I otter my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., at the following reduced pri
Bxlo SI 35
9x12 1 50
9x13 1 06
13x12 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x10 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x»2 3 00
15x38 3 35
15x40 3 BO
Otbur sizes lv proportion.
2.0x0.6x1 inch $1 60
3.0x6.6x1}, moulded 1 90
2.8x6.8x1} " 2 12
2.8x6.8x1} " 2 25
2.10x6.10x1} " 260
3x7xl} " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 23 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
Moore's Restaurant Removod.
William Moore, of great fame as
a caterer in our city, has moved his
restaurant to more commodious
■uarters a few doors below the old
stand, on Commercial street. His
many patrons, who know where to
rind a good square meal at half the
rates usually charged, will have no
trouble in Hutting tbe new loca
tion. Oct. 7-tl
(do to McKenzie's, 129 Main
street, Ponet block, for tbe finest
lomejstio and imported liquors aud
wines by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
|UOP) is guaranteed, and McKen
lie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. j3tf
Uo to Desmond's, Temple Block,
if you waut lo be suited in a hat,
cap or other head-gear.
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hull, has
just received a consignment of
Humboldt 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 baud. Give
vi«« n nnll rktwi Maiu and Rc
i|uena streets, oppuau,, in. it v
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Rc
quona street, near Main, opposite
the United States Hotel, are again
opened to thu ladies and will be
carried ou iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, colfee, otc, constantly
on hand. Joe Bayer.
Go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells.
They are a sovereign remedy for
rheumatism, scrofula, liver and
kidney diseases. Stages leave the
St. Charles aud United States
hotels on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Sundays, returning the same day.
Boardiug accommodatious. Full
information to be obtained at the
St. Charles ami United States
hotels, Los Angeles.
Call ou Caroliue C. Burton, at
No. 148 Main street, proprietress of
the Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She makes braids, curls
and waterfalls at the shortest no
tice. Tangled hair straightened
nnd made up into any shape. Per
fumeries of the Unest quality al
ways on hand. oct4-lm-eod.
For all kinds of tents, wagon
covers and awnings, go to John
Shaffer, No. 68 Alameda street, op
posite Sisters' School. He sells
and sews all kinds of canvas
cheaper than any one in Los An
geles or Sau Francisco, by hand or
machine. Second hand tents
bought aud sold or to rent. feStf
Desmond, iv Tetnpleblook, oppo
site the United States Hotel, is
noted for the style aud perfection
of his hats. Give him a call and
rejoice iv a perfect head adorn,
It is the opinion of all who bave
seen Santa Monica in tbe winter
season, that It Is the most beauti
ful place iv Southern California.
Its equable climate, the magnifi
cent sea and mountain views, to
gether with its uuequaled bathing
facilities, render it a most enjoya
ble resort for tourists and Invalids.
M. D. Johnson, at tbe Santa Mon
ica Hotel, Is prepared to accommo
date winter guests lv first olass
City Bill Poster.
M. Kugel, bill poster aud distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all the best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Office, No. S
Market street. ap26tf
Tbe Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife ere located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la*
dies will be waited upeuby persons
of their own sex. novl4tf
Genuine Joule's ale at McKen
]T O Xfc S_-A- T_i 18.
80.000 Orange Trees,
l- HUM THREE TO FIVE VEARB OLD,
AT FROM 110 to 130 per 100.
Specimen trees can be seen at the Auc
tion House of W. H. NURTHCUAFT,
corner of spriu-, and Market street*, or
by vis', ting tbe Nursery, within ten min
utes'drive of the Court House. JJ'l-IIU
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Hereafter notices of companies, socio
ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted
In the Hkit al v as puld advertisements,
We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every
Protest ant Kpiscopal — St, Paul's
Mission—Key. James Albecromble, D. D .
In charge. Full services, with sermon, In
the Georgia Street School House, near Fi
gueroa street, at 1 1 A.M.
Catholic Cathedral. — Main street,
below First. First Man at Ba.h. ; last
mass, at 10 a.m.; Catechism at 2 .SO p.m.;
Ttspers at 7 p. m.
Old Catholic Church. — Opposite
the Plnsa. First mass at 5:30 a. h.: sec
oud mass et 7 a.m.; last mass at 9 a. m ;
CatechUm at 3 r. m.; vespers at 4 p. X.
St. Atiiax axmtus Episcopal Church.
— Corner of Temple and New Htnh
street*. Rev. Wm. H. Hill, Reotor. Ser
vices at 11 a, m. and 7:4*5 P. M. Sunday
School at m. Seats free, and all cor
Fort st. M. E. Church. — Rev. Georgo
S.Hickey, Pastor. Preaching at U a, h..
an d 7p. m. Sabbath School at 7% p. m
Class meeting Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
Trinity If. E. Church South.—Spring
street, between Fust and Second, Key.
Millard Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sabbath at II a. m. nnd 7 p. m. Sun
day School 0:30 a.m. Prayer meeting 7:15,
every Wednesday evening.
llapttst Church. —Spring Street, be
tween fourth und Fifth; Rev. If. I. Park'
er, Pastor. Set vices at 11a. and 7 p. v.
Sunday School directly after morning
servloe Seats free, and the public are cor
dially invited. Prayer meetings Thurs
Presbyterian CnuncH.—Services at
Good Templars' Hall, every Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7>J p. m. Sunday Sohool Imme
diately after morning service.
First Congregational Church. —
New High street Roy. D. T. Packard,
Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7p. m.
Sunday School at llt)£. All are cordially
Unitarian Services — Rev. John I>.
Wells, Minister, services every Sunday
aftornoon at 3 o'clock, iv Baptist Church
Spring Mud. near Fifth. Sunday Pohocl
at 2P. m. Seats free. All are cordially
CHURCH of Chrlst.—Preaching in the
Court House by the Palter, John C Hay,
at 11 a. m and 7P. v, Sunday School at
10 a. M.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
0. 8. ARMY.
Division->r Telegrams ami Report* for
the benefit of Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Loi An
geles, Cat., February 9, 1378.
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*:*>a.«. Situ 47 80"" N " V "6" Clear
1:50 p.m. 30 o.'! Bfl 51 E 3 Clear
8:15 p. M. 30.06 64 74 N | 4 Clear
Maximum Thermomutor, fil.
Minimum 11 42.
J. M. Fkantz, Observer.
Tho hill., b«ri lisromu 11,,. f.vorita
Sunday promenade of our poople.
The Steamer Orizaba is due at
Santa Monica, from San Frsnol'QO,
We loam that another Sp.iuish
paper is a certainty of the near
Mr. Bosudry'e road from Short
street to the hills back of tho city
is completed, giving an easy ascent
!o a superb view.
Tiie workmen who are raising
the dam of tho Canal and Reser
voir Company to a height of thirty
feet are making rapid progress.
The pay-oar of the Southern Pa
cific Hailway arrived In Los Ango
lel yesterday,—a welcome visitant
to the workmen ofthe road!
Tlit) "No Hell Hurrah, or Draam
lag ono's self to Heaven," will be
tbe theme of discourse by ttie Pas
tor of the Fort street M. E. Church
Garcia, for er litres arrest for horse
stealing a warrant was issued by
Judge Peel on Wednesday, has
been committed to await the action
of the next Grand Jury.
Mr. Ludovici plays as many in
struments as he speaks languages,
and when we add that ho Is a per
fect polyglot this means a good
This from the San Diogo News:
It will be mighty good news for
most Republicans to hear that the
Democratic House lias declared for
a lower tax ou whisky for tuein.
The ball of Confidence Engine
Company No. 2, which somes off
ou the night, of Washington's
birthday, it is apparent, from the
preparations, will iv a splendid af
The Los Augeles Guards have
formally myde up their minds io
have a parade on Washington's
birthday. They will supplement
their procession by a ball In the
evening, lv Union Hall.
We understand thai, on accuunt
ofthe delay in getting their new
stores ready, tbe Messrs. Lehman
& Co. will uot be able to open ou
Monday us anticipated. They will,
however, bave everything arranged
The second match game of base
ball, betweeu the Mutual* aud tbe
High School Nino, was played
yesterday afternoou aud resulted
in a tie. Five tunings were played,
tbe game lasting one hour and live
Altogether somu seventy-five
hands are employed at the new De
pot—a faot which explains the
rapid settlement in that quarter of
the city. The improvements going
ou there aro really surprising iv
extent aud character.
We have examined the new map
of tho county prepared by tbe
Messrs. Wildy & Stahlberg, and
which received such high oom
mendation from tiie Board of Su
pervisors. It is a detailed and val
uable map by townships, and all
noted points iv Los Augeles county
are laid down on It acouiateiy and
minutely. It will doubtless be
largely in demand.
At (he regular monthly meeting
of (lie Board of Directors of the Los
Angeles Free Dispensary, which
was held yesterday, it was resolved
that a course of lectures be given
for the purpose of raising funds to
purchase medicines with. A Com
mittee consisting ot C. W. Gibsou,
C. H. Dunsmoor and A. W. Potts
was appointed witli power to make
all arrangements. We learn from
these gentlemen that it is their In
tention to Invito three of our most
prominent, able and eloquent citi
zens to deliver ouo lecture each.
The names of the lecturers wl II be
made public In Wednesday's HER
ALD. There is no doubt but that
a course of scholarly, instructive
lectures will be nn advantage to
Ibis community in an intellectual
point of view, to sny nothing of the
charituble object of this course.
The Free Dispensary on Requeua
street is doing, quietly, a great
work of charity in our midst. The
applicants for treatment and med
icines amount loan average of CO
per month. When it is remem.
bered that the four physicians con
nected with this Institution as well
as tbe apothecary give their servi
ces gratuitously our citizens will
certainly not neglect this opportu
nity to assist in stipplyiug medi
cines to those who need tliem.
The Horticultural Society, at its
session yesterday, postponed the
exhibition of March in consequence
of the failure of tho deciduous fruit
crop last season, which left the
orcliardists with a small showing
of Winter apples and pears. The
meeting was not largely attended,
but the discussion of tbe northern
fruit questions elicited much valu
able information. Mr. Crow, fore
man for Louis Wolfskin, presented
some sumples of Wolfskin's Eureka
orange which was of very superior
flavor and texture. This orange Is
a chance Los Angeles seedling and
is being budded quite extensively
by Mr. Wolfskin. The next meet
ing of the Society will be held on
Saturday, March 9, at which time
officers of the Society will be elect
ed for the ensuing year.
A most striking instance of the
procrastination of the legal frater
nity* came to our notice yesterday.
Tbe case of Huse vs. Den, involv
iugtlie title to three or tour hundred
thousand dollars' worth of real es
tate, was tried by Judge Sepuiveda
in Santa Barbara iv March last,
and it was only yesterday that he
succeeded iv obtaining from counsel
for tbe Den heirs their findings in
the action. Thus, a year has eiaps
ed from the closing of the case be
fore it has been put in shape to be
passed upon by his Honor. No
doubt the clients on both sides have
wondered why n decision has been
so long withheld, and some of them
may learn now, for the first time,
tho cause. Some of tbe most ab
struse legal questions ever submit
ted for adjudication ill this State
are said to be involved iv the mat
We have received a great many
congratulations upon our having
had the good sense lo strike a dis
tinctively Los Angeles position on
tho railway question In our issue
yesterday. The fact is that we
have allowed a few clever and en
ergetic San Diegans in our midst lo
blind us to the true interests of our
own city and couuty. V'hen a
scheme of a transcontinental rail
way is outlined that will make Los
Angeles a great city, we should be
fatuous not to embrace the oppor
tunity offered. Give us, by all
means, a Los Angeles road to the
Rio Grande, Mississippi and At
lantic sea board, untlnr a Congres
Work has been omnieuced and
is progressing on Gov. Downey's
marble front building, adjoining
the new Baker Hlock. This beauti
ful structure, when completed, will
truly be an ornament to our town.
Its frou', elevation will bo three
stories in height—higher thau the
adjoining portion of the St. Charles
Hotel—aud, we are informed, will
be composed entirely of marble. It
will be the only marble building in
California, so far as we know. Thus
the enduring anil costly edifices
which are being erected by out
most careful capitalists, proves
their confidence in our city's fu
ture, and that they are not afraid
to invest their money at home.
In the discussion of tho school
text book question Iv the Senate
yesterday, Col. Smith offered the
following substitute for tiie substi
tute for the substitute introduced
by Pierson to Lewis's text book
bill: Providing for tbe appoint
ment of a Commission consisting
of the Governor, the President of
tho State University and the Su
perintendent of Public Instruction
to consider the whole question of
whether the State shall own its
text books or purchase the same
from publishers for dlstrihutiou to
pupils at Wholesale prices.
Every coiguo of vantage in Los
Augeles in tho shape of exposed
superficies, vertical or horizontal,
was found to be covored yesterday
with parti colored emblazonmeuts
of the now attractions of Wood's
Opera Troupe. Ihe quid-mines aud
amusement-goers are brimful nf an
ticipations of something highly
roseate and enjoyable. The town
has missed Wood. He disappeared
with the drouth and has returned
with the good season.
Joseph Cahill, who escaped from
the chain gang some days ago, was
up before Judge Pee! yesterday and
had the (en days for which he was
originally sentenced increased to
twenty days as a reward for his at
tempt to free himself. One drunk
went up for five days, one faßt rider
was t\ned $4 (all the money he was
possessed of) and one man, accused
of trespass, was discharged.
The jury iv the oase of Tamiet,
tried for forgery, yestorday morn
ing, after a night spent in delibera
tion, brought in a verdict of not
guilty. At 8 o'clock the previous
evening they reported to Judge
Stephens that they were not likely
to agree. He, however, thought
differently aud sent them back to
their room, where they dually
agreed to acquit the acsused.
Madamu Brlllosky gives notice
by advertisement elsewhere, that
she bus opened an ofllco at the
south-east corner of Second und
Olive streets, where she can be con
sulted privately on Physiology and
Phrenology. See advertisement.
HOW THEY MADE "DRUNK" COME.
ingenuity of Prisoners at Baa Quentln—How
they Distilled tbeir own Liquor.
A citizen of Los Angeles, wiio
lately paid a visit to Sau Quentiu,
related to us an Incident wbicli
came under bis observation that
we regard as highly interesting. It
shows what a determined instinct
the advocates of temperance have
to combat and to what lengths
lovers of strong driuk will resort to
gratily their passion. Capt. Haw
kins the immediate Superintend
ent of the prisoners, had had occa
sion to notice that four or live of
tbe most desperate of them got
pretty drunk regularly, so much so
as to make them unruly. One had
even been conflued in the "dark"
hole as a punishment for his refrac
toriness. The mystery was, how
did they get their liquor? No intox
icating bevorage, under any pre
tence whatever, is ever suffered to
enter the prison, and tiie inspectors
themselves manipulated every
thing the prisoners received. A
mystery it remained for some time.
On the day of our informant's visit
it was solved. One of the "trus
tieß," or turnkeys, on searching the
niattrass of the refractory drunk
ard, found in it an ingeniously con
structed still and tbo alcohol was
evolved in the following highly
Tbe men ulluded to had been em
ployed, for some time previous to
their drunken tits, in painting
about the prison yard. In the palm
there was a eonsi lerabie quauty of
alcohol. One of the party uouuei ved
the idea of taking two tin cups, and
the tin of several other cups, the
latter being used in making a
worm which led iv a spiral of some
length from one cup to the other.
It was about tbe thickness of a lead
pencil aud was remarkable for the
delicacy and finish which bad been
shown in its construction. Having
provided a cover for one of hie cupi,
he filled it with paint, Inserted nis
worm, placed the veßsel over a
burning lamp and the novel process
of distillation was In full progress.
The alcohol in thp paint was vapor
ized and asceuded the worm, while
the distiller poured a stream of cold
water on its center, condensing the
alcoholic vapor and catching the
distilled spirit in tbo other cup, to
which tbe other section of tbe worm
led. All that was then needed was
to driuk the liquor, with the fla
grant evidences of intoxication be
fore noted resulting, as a matter of
Ceriainly these poor fellows got
their "nips" under difficulties.
CITY SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT
Beport of tbe City Public Schools for the
Month Eidlng feb. 1, 1878.
L. I>. Smith, First Assistant—
Number enrolled 33
Average dally attendance. 30
Mrs. 0. B. Jones, Second Assistant-
Number enrolled 35
Average dally attendance 31
No. enrolled „ 56
Averuge daily attendance 50
No. enrolled 54
Avoragc dally attendance 49
S. H. Butterfleld—
No. onrolled 49
Average daily atteuduuee 46
No. enrolled 33
Average daily attendance 31
No. enrolled 35
Average dally attendance 3*i
No. enrolled 39
Average dally attendance 33
No. enrolled 44
Average daily atteudance 37
No. enroliod 08
Average daily attendance 58
No. enrolled „ 87
Average daily attendance 74
Miss Babcock (7th and Sth grades):
No. enrolled 114
Average dally attendance 00
INTERMEDIATE AND PRIMARY*.
No. enrolled 58
Average daily attendance „ 48
No. enrolled 56
Average daily atteuduuee 40
R. W. Ready-
No. enrolled 42
Average dally attendance 33
No. enrolled 35
Average dally attendance 29
No. enrolled M 68
Average daily attendance 44
No. enrolled 93
Average dally attendance 80
No. enrolled 64
Average dally attendance 88
No. enrolled 73
Averuge dally attendance 68
\V. S. Reavis-
No. enrolled 48
Average dally attendance 83
No. enrolled 67
Averuge dally attendance »7
No. enrolled 21
Average dally attendu nee .... 16
Total onrollmout 1280
Average dally attendance 1022
C. H. KIMBALL, City Sup'tT -
Major Charles H. Hempstead will
start on bis return to his home in
Salt Lake City Wednesday. He
professes himself charmed with
our climate, und we should not be
surprised if be should return here
Angelefios think their town is
dull just now, while people from
abroad regard it as the liveliest
place they have encountered ou
Mr. Dana C. Pearson, of the Re
source) of California, returned
from a flying trip to Santa Monica
yesterday and leaves to - day for
Ventura aud Santa Barbara.
Tbe many friends of Major Frank
Ganahl are congratulating that
gentleman upon the birth to ills
wife of twin girls—an eveut which
Doctors Lockhart and Dudley
have dissolved partnership. Dr.
Lindley will have his office hereaf
ter at No. 10 Fort street, instead of
in tbe Lanfranco Block, as hereto
Mr. Larubourue, of Philadel
phia, Vice President of tbe
Denver and Rio Grande Railway,
is registered at tbe Ploo House.
Market street, on Saturdays, at
auction time, is as crowded as
Broadway at high noon.
A New Iron Steamer.
The new iron steamer Oregon, to
run betweeu Sau Francisco und
Portland, was last week turned over
by the builders to Mr. Billard,
President of the Company in New
York. Ou her trial trip between
Chester and New York the steamer
made nn average of 14 knots an
hour. Tbe fact of the steamer's
completion and tbe high rate of
spoed she attained was telegraphed
here to Capt. Vau Otteudorp. It is
claimed that sho can make 10 knots
an hour wheu loaded, which is her
maximum speed. She is 300 feet
long, and 2500 tons burden. Her
passenger accommonatious arc of
the must spacious description, and
she can easily carry 500 steerage
and 800 cabiu passengers. It is the
Intentiou to use her iv the wheat
carrying trade, together with the
Columbia and California,two other
steamers nearly finished for this
Company. These steamers will be
under tbe command of Capt. Con
nor, who is Commodore of ttie fleet,
and lie will also command person
ally ou the Oregon's first trip to
Oregon. During tho busy season
these steamers will leave for Port
land every 5 days,and it is expected
that they will be üble to trausnort
from Oregon this year over 10,000,
--000 bushels or wheat.—*. F. Chron
A Man with Thirty Children.
TbeStobl family, of this county,
is probably the luigest family in
the United States. The head of the
bouse is Nicholas Stout, a Pennsyl
vania German, now about 70 years
old. By three wives be has uad 30
children, 27 of whom are living.
His first wife pre euto 1 him with
8, bis -econd with 11, and bis third
with 11. The youngest child is now
throe years old, and was born when
its father was 73 yean old. Ofthe
27children 19 are married, and their
families average ab:nit 8 children.
Mr. Joel Stobl, one of tho well
kuown farmers in the lower sod and
child of bis father's first wife, has
17 children, and he is not an old
mail. He Is the fattier of two pairs
of twins, a distinction which his
father, Mr. Nicholas Stohl, never
attained. If the families should
gather together there would be over
200 persoLs. They nearly all reside
In this county. Old Mr. Stohl is still
hearty, nnd bids fair to live many
years.— Maueh Chunk Coal Gazette.
District s'uiiri Sedclveda,J.
Saturday - , Feb. 9.
Commercial Bank vs. John K.
Creightoti—Case closed and sud
Fuller vs Fuller—Default enter
ed and case referred to Court Com
missioner to take testimony.
Doria Jones vs. Fltibr & Oerson—
Three days further time given to
Fuller vs. Fuller—Report of
Court Commissioner filed and find
ings ordored iv favor of plaintiff.
VVoodhead et al vs. Coronado et
al—Ten days further timo to an
swer defendants Manuel and Ma
I'auaty 4'.»nri SiarsiNS.J.
Saturday, Feb. 9.
M. Tyler vs. James Thompson
—By consent continued uutil
March oth, ut 10 A. M.
Merrill Lodge, No. 299, I. O. O.
T., installed last evening by J.
W. Gillette, Lodge Deputy, tbe
following officers for the ensuing
term: S. H. Butterfleld, \V. C. T.;
Miss Nannie White, W. V. T.; JE.
W. Stump, W. B.i A. O. Adams,
W. V. 8.1 J. R. Brierly, W. T.; 8.
B. Dewey, W. If.! J. Lyons, W. I.
G.; Tiffany Williams, W. O. G.;
Miss Naunie Strauss, W. D. M.; J.
P. SpenceJ W. A. B.| A. C. Doane,
P. W. C.T.; A. Hogle, W. Chap.;
Miss Birdie Cannon, W. R. H. S.;
Mrs. Lizzie Spencer, W. L. 11. S.
The Lodge gained thirty-lour mem
bers during the quarter just ended,
aud commences the new quarter
under highly encouraging auspi
The Ball of the Bar-keepers, ad
vertised iv this morning's lIERAi.n,
to take place at Turn Verein Hall
next Sunday night, bids fair to be
one of the most enjoyable ever
given in Los Angeles. The Re
ception aud Flour Committees are
composed of some of our best
known citizens, whose names alone
are a certain guarautce that noth
ing improper will be tolerated and,
from the amplo preparations being
made by the other committees, we
are certain that the first hop or this
frateruity will be an event long to
be remembered by all who partici
mou jodson, niLLKrrric.t oinsoN'a tkan-
SCRIFTOF RSOOBM, FEB 0, IH;S.
Irving A Duofiusor to Wirt Smith-
Tract lv N W'4 Sec 6 T liHUffl 10%
acres InSeo 20 TIS ■ II W; lols 111 ami
13, blk 8; lots 2, 8, 11, 17 and 9:1, btk 15, lot
7, blk 7, Brooklyn tract; 13000.
Krzlab, Wm. Samuel, Asu and Jesse
Hunter, Mary tlurke and Elizabeth
Aerlch to MarthaTaylor—4>£ acras on NE
corner Moigan Lane and Los Auojelos St.;
J R Tobirman to Josephine Hill— SK
of lot 2, Fletcher tract, Rancho Santiago
do Santa Ana; $500.
Los Augeles City to Marsellna Ellzalde
—Lot N H corner Short and Castelar sis,
Pedro Ybarra—Lot 10,8
Same to Felipe Ybarra—Lstl), S Ybarra
Juan Matias Sanchez to Thos Sanchez
— 1018 acres lv Colima tract; si.
W rl Workman und Maria ul, his wife,
toJ IS Holleubtck—l 81-100 acres lying In
lols 2 and S, blk 58, and In lots 4 and 5, blk
50, Hancock's survey; »71.
Wm Buschmanto IJanlel Ml.ldelstorb
—Agreement to sell part of lols Baud 10,
blk l>, Molt tract, for 1500,
Prudent Beaudry to ueorge Gephard—
Lot fronting 30 ft on E side vi charity st,
136 ft S of Temple st; «4UO.
Peter Schmltz to It Nadeau—Farm lot
4, 87 78-1 0 acres; Farm lot 0, 8.1 81-100
aces; Farm lets 10, 26, 33, 35 aud 38, con
taining In all 375 861-1000 acres; also, 225
acres In Reservation trsct; to#n blocks
26*27, 31 and 34, all lv Hancbo Kodeo de
las Aeuas: teOJO.
Geo H Balsley to Jas Hickson—Tract In
El Monte Township; MO.
Vlconte Eltsaide to Charlotte F Mo
beck— S 40 acres o( W '/, of M W !i *co 27 T
!■ X IS W, excepting lv acres; JSSO.
Sue A Pollard to Ardlla llodoon— Lot 16
and part of lots 12 aud 15, blk 8. Downey
Johu Hudson and Ardila Dodson, his
wife, to Sua A Pollard— 3 !4 of Ski % ttoc B
T 1 S X 10 W; 11200.
J E Hellenbeck to C T Purk-08-100
aore iv lot 6, block 58, Hancock's survey;
Mary N Tilths to S C Hubbell—Lots 13
and Is, blk 101, Bellevue Terrace tract;
Sylvanus A Waldron to Mrs Mary E
rtuohanan— s 25 acres of BE V t of SW V.
Sco 10 T 3 S R 13 W; 52500.
J W C Buchanan and M E, hia wife, to
Sylvanus A Waldron—Lot 1, blk 4, Beau
dry traot; 12500.
M Van Winter to H X Snow— Asslen
ment of agreement by Jas Irvine si; ! ,
of lot 67, Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana:
ST. CHARLES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
SATURDAY, Feb. 0.
J H H Jamison,Dwny J E Blgetow.San Fr
Miss •loklnson.do RALhtle, do
A Well, Riverside W M Medcalfe, do
Jas Illtcheus, Arizna M H Dreylus, do
Mis Bowers, Auahm M L Miller, do
D H Mathsr, N V 'i'hos Bedford, city
JII Xeater,San Fer J Yarnell, do
« L Watkins.Wmgtn J Brown, do
T Heuwurd, Boston AWHlsson, do
L N Jones, LsDow
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EX
San Fbanoiioo. Feb. t.
Ophlr 6314 | Belcher 4 75
Mexican 13* BNev 4 10
O ti O ;s>g | Otab.. ll*
BSD 18?j I Bullion 3 SO
Calilornla W Exchequer 1
Savage 1114 I S Belcher SO
Con Va 2314 overman 15X
Ohollar 32*4 Justice 9)4
n SI N U7s | Union 8
Crown Point.... 4*4 Alta Bi4
V Jacket 1014 I Jnlla 2 50
Imperial 70 (Caledonia '2 60
Kentuck 3 60 8 Bill 2 70
Alpha 1014 I N V 1 90
OANAHL-To the wife of F. Ganahl,
Esq., on Feb. oth, twin girls.
I*l llm n imsc i ug-nlslied Jurist.
"I have tried tne Peruvian Sykup, aud
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a now man ofme, Infused lv.
to my system new vigor and energy. I
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
us whan you last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, aud with a larger capacity lor
labor—mental and physical—than at any
time during the lust nvevears. Hold by
Every farmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, catlle and sheep, and Intends to
keep them through the wint< r should at
once got a good stock of Suorldun's Cav
alry Condition Powders. One dollar's
worth will save at least a half a ton of
A Romrkaile Cure.
WestTownssnd, Vt.,May 11, 18U0.
Mussrs. S W, Fowle * Sons.
Gentlemen—Several years since I took
a suv.-re cold, which settled on my lungs
where It remained without relaxation. 1
was ihen la Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable to attend to
tay business, 1 returned homo and com
menced searching lv earnest for some
medicine which would restore- my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried niauy remedies, but obtained no
help aud dally g.ew woise. 1 had a ter
rible cough aud raised a good deal ol
blood. I had profuse night sweats and
severe pain lv my side. 1 continued in
this state for mouths.und became so weak
that It was with great difficulty 1 could
walk, wheu i was advised to try Wistak's
llalsam OP Willi Cheriiv, und, to
my great, joy I soon lound t .ut. ihls rem
edy had urrested the Disease. 1 contin
ued to use the Balsam to the extern ofhve
bottles und have, since then experienced
no difficulty of the lungs. I believe the
Balsam saved myiileaud I shall ever hold
IL In high estimation.
a Wide-awake Youth's Paper.—
For Judicious editing, select and populai
contributors, aud sprlghly, vuterialniug
readlug.tliu Youth* OmpQmm, of Boston
has no superior among the youth's publi
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its tail
lag out or turning gray. It has stood th*
test of 40 years Is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival.
Henry K. Bond, ofJelTerson, Malne.was
cured ol spitting blood, soreness and weak
ness of the stomach, by the use of John
ion's Anodyne Liniment internally.
Bo 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 teaspoonfulof Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed in a UtUo cold
water, well sweetened.
OPTUS CONDITION Ob'TUH.
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES.
At thu close of business. Saturday, Jan
uary 12th, 1873.
Cash on hand at Lis
Augeles $111,804 v
Catta in banttwlth cor
respondents In San
KrnneUo«) 37,118 04
Cash lv bunk with
Now lurk 1,810 60
Total cash $150,823 13
Bills receivable and
overdraw 7GB,4ti. 44
Bonds aud warrants
([•os Angela city
and county 335 30
Bans: bulldlug, tw.v
vaults, fixtures, otc. 2J.'114 80
Ileal o*tiite taken lv
foreclusure of inurt,
gags 11 ( 533 59
Notk—The amount of luterast due and
accrued, but uncollected, is $19,737 14,
which la not inoluded in the foregoing
The assets are situated in loa Angeles
city, the evidence of the same being In
the vaults of a*hi bauß.
Capital stock, iml.l
up - $175,000 00
Ueservo fund IV),000 UO
Total capital $525,000 00
Due depositors 401.131 12
Due correspondents... 6,4j1l 38
for :>OJ 00
Profit and loss aoc't,
undivided proflts.... 84,711 S2
Exarnlued and found correct.
L. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN S. GRIFFiN,
Isaiai W. Hellmun, President, being
dulysworti, deposes and saya that the
foregoing statement of the condition of
the assets and liabilities of said bank Ik
true, to Mid best of his knowledge and
belief. ISAIAS W. HBLLMaN,
Sworn au 1 subscribed before
CHAS. E. MILES,
Jl7-1 m County Kecorder.
S TAT E M E N T
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES.
Of the Amount of Capital Actually Paid
up lv Gold Coin.
Capital Stock, paid up in Gold $475,000
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I .„
County of Los Angeles,/
Isaias W. Hellman, President, b«in<
duly sworn, deposes and saya that Mi
foregoing statement of the amount of cap
ital actually paid in is true, to tbe best of
his kuowledge and belief.
is \I as W. HELLMAN, President.
Sworu und subscribed before
UtIAH. E. MILES,
Jl7-lm County lleoorder.
An elegant SILVER - MOUNTED
HEADSTALL. Mexican style, solid sil
ver, will be raffled at the Palace Saloon.
100 CHANCES AT II EACH.
No bar bill to pay. olllf
A mlv ml.mi as cook, country prefer
red, by a competent person. Under
stands washing, Ironing and general
housework. Good reference. Address
M, Herald office. fe7-3t
SITUATION—By a man of experience
in ihe bee business. Would take full
charge of an Apiary. Address C. P.,
Herald office. letf-lw
A LIGHT, TWO-SEAT SPRING WAG
ON, HORSE AND il AUN hss Iv ex
change lor unimproved real estate In
East Los Angeles. Horse must be gentle;
sultnble for ladles to drive.
f«3-lw H. B. POX, W, SpriDg St.
A man of experience, to take entire
charge or bees. Address P. O. box 1141.
By a competent girl, a situation In a
small fam.ly to do general housework.
Address C. C, Herald office. J'29-Iw
By a competent German of oiporieuco,
with a family,
Either on shares, salaiy, or, If small, the
rent of house ror taking care of trees: or
a home In tewn, tbe boarding of the
owner for therein. Best of references.
Address I. O. box 417. jU-im
Will be paid and no questions asked, for
English Gold Hunting Watch No. 39516,
Maker French Exchange, London. Had
small gold A lon chain attached when
missed. Finder apply at sheriff'a office.
Came to the premises of the under
signed, TWO HORSES, one bay and one
sorrel; sorrel white laced and four legs
white. Bay has a white spot on forehead
and one hind leg white, owners will
please call and prove property, pay
charges and for this advertisement.
WW Sansevalne st,
FOR BALE—FOR RENT.
To man and wIfo—THREE ROOMS,
furnished completo for hou«ekeeplug;
corner Charity and Fifth streets. feß-lw
HOUSE FOR RENT
AND FURNITURE FOR HALE. En
quire at No. 15 Franklin street,
A TENEMENT OF FOUR ROOMS,
Hard finished, verandah on three sides,
fronting the town, view most dellghtlul,
Just on the hlll-slde. a few steps direct
from the M. E. Chi rch. Key at the
house, No. 20. Particulars, by postal
card,address K. N. Fletcher, city, or M.
Hodgklns, No. 134 Main street. fl-lw
TO REE MEN.
A RARE CHANCE is offered for a
good BEE MAN with a capital of $1000 to
SDN). Enquire of Thomas C. Armstrong,
39 Also street. feo-lw
$1 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
Romovedto No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals tl to 11600,
on all kinds of personal property, suob
as watches, Jewelry, diamonds, platohs,
guns, etc. Gold,silver aud U.S. Garten
oy bought and sold. ulllf
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which were heretofore reserved by Qlns
sell A Chapman, are now offered for sale
orrent. SSf-R AIL ROAD DEPOT VERY
Apply toCAPT. GLASSELL.In Temple
Block, Los Angeles, or M. F. PARKER,
Sunny Rooms and Board.
GentlemoL. and their wlvei and single
gent* can be accommodated with board
aud fine, large, front, sunny rooms, con
taining all modern conveniences and
home comforts, at the
New High street, ouly one blcck
from the Postodice and Court House.and
CO in hi i n iU a charming view of mountain
f»nd v.tlley. Jel6tf
To House Owners.
It is now the bost serson of'ltie year to
paint building,. Bo not decslrod into
buying worthless paint mixtures, but
call at the PAINT DEPOT ot
Foster, Howard & Co.,
No. 7 ARCADIA BLOCK, and examine
Simmies ~1 the REST PAINTS In tbe
m oko; but ,re bij iog. liS-PRICES ia >W.
Silver taken at |.ur. Ilie current pc
mlum allowed on jfolrl and greenbacks.
Livery and Sale Stable,
WJLGCFJ & YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses und Carriages, BtnffTa or Double,
and .saddle Horses kepi. eoiiHtantly on
hand for the accommodation of the pub-
Ik*. ITormes Boarded by tiie day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
fnrnUhed fur prtTM'e *>r pa bile occasions
■it the auotsst noil i-J and upon as reas
onable leriu.i as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
Ja2«f WILSON «& YOUNO, I-rop's.
©P£ O (&6>l r arer day, at home
tPO H *S>tU\J Siunplos worth 61,
free. STlm.rt A i 0., Povtland, Me.
H. SLOTTERBECK & Co.,
i\so. 1 Commercial St., Los Angeles,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Cass,
Cartridges, Wads, Fishing Tackle,
And everything perlalnlng to Sl'ij TSMEN'H QUODS. Have on hand tbe laigest
ami uetl stoat ul HItKK.-H-1.->AI>I.SU SHOToHjNh, RIFLES and PISTOL* tn
(southern Calilornla, wV.ch we will *.;ll at prices to suit the times.
Agents for the new i! ILI.AKD KIFLIW, the REST and CHEAPEST OUN lv the
world. SLOTTERBK . K'S CSLKBItATKD SPUUIINO RIFLE.
Repairing Done by Practical Workmen & Guaranteed.
A. McX ENZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From thelragent', DICKSON, DeWOLF
& Co., San Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon 'and Rvo
Direct from Louisville, Ky., by the n ttie
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whisk y.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SA.M PI.X HOOM
Is provided with the purest
wines, liquors and im
pohted Havana cigars.
SWENGLHH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Angeles.
F U E 1,
Cheaper than Wood
FOR HA. I j EC,
Los Angeles Gas Co.,
AT THEItt YARD ON ALHO STREET.
$15.50 PER TON.
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third and Hill sts.
HbTf-BOARI) BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
M j.nTil. Terms Reasonable, ollilf
I Have 800 Merino Sheep
Which I will sell for
TWO DOLLARS A HEAD.
About 600 ewes and 200 wethers Iv
good condition. Apply, by letter or la
person, to K. W. UIBSON,
Land for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
l6sAcres of Fine Farming
Ou tbe Old LoaNietos road, adjoin
ing the city limits, for sale.
Apply to T. D. MOTT,
dJ7-lln Itooui 10, Moll's Building.
Eucalyptus Globulus or
#0.00 PISH, POUND.
SONNTAG & CO.,
J3O-l\v 611 Merchant St., San Francisco.
ESSENCE OF LIFE
TS A POWERFUL AND IfiFFJCIENT
1 remedy for the cure of nervous and
physical debility, spermatorrhea,seminal
weakness and premature decline.
Tbe Essence of Life
la the only safe and sure remedy and will
restore oxhaustod vitality without lull,
permit lently aud effectually, no matter
1 uoiu what cause or of how long standiDg*
Tke Essence of Life
Is pleasant to take, and is free from all
noxious drugs; It gives tone to the diges
tive organs, strength to the nerves, aud
purities and enrlenes the blood, thereby
eradicating all morbid eruptions of the
Price, $3 per bottle, ©r four times the
quantity in case, $10, with full direction*
tor use. Bent to any address, (tenure from
observation, upon receipt of prlae, which
may be sent byexpress, registered letter,
or Post office money order, or C. O. L>.
wibiiln 430 miles of Nan Fr.'inoieco.
References of the hi, h--t Mandtng and
unquestionable verut-M y (rom p*4tuiu»l
that have been cured. 'i\> In* t.aJ utiiv ..l
Lm. 8. EINU.SUr VM Ivl'lAltNY "sr.,
San Francisco. Cul.. where all leH«N
should be addre .. ■..
Office hour* fruiu y a. m. to 1 k». m. aud 6
to 8 p. m. inarlS-Sp-lyr
Montana Meat Market.
— - -
FUiXI.INOKK & KKANK, CBRV
The bast and tenderest MestsJsJO*
In the market. None but the IBBBSSSL
Prlmest Beof and Mutton
over to be round. Note tbe address—Mon*
tana Meat Market, Main Street, sear
First. Los Angeles