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Thk Herald Steam Printing
i louse makes a specialty of Legal
Printing, Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
, i Inted at low rates.
Preuss & Schumacher, 21 Spring
street, opposite Court House, have
iust received a large invoioe of
fsnoy goods imported expressly for
All those intending to purchase
Christmas aud New Year presents
would do well to give us a call
snd examine our immense stock of
colon ties, hair oils, perfumes, ivory
toilet sets, combs, brushes, etc.,
Sttil a thousand and one articles of
Utility und beauty, ornaments to
the boudoir and toilet table and
pleasing to the senses.
1 otter my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., ut the following reduced pri
sx It) $1 36
ttzlJ 1 50
WxlS 1 05
Uxl2 1 85
10x14 1 75
PIxlU 2 25
Isx2t* 2 75
15x32 8 00
15x30 8 88
Isx4u 8 ISO
Ollu-r sizes in propoN ion.
I o\ti.lixl inch $1 00
IBxfl oxl}, inmilded I 00
.'.tixO Sxlj " 212
1 Hxli.Sxli " 2 25
2 10x6. IflX IJ " 25U
:>x7xlj " 2 75
Kvury other size in proportion,
Also gu st reduction lv paints, oils
slid glass, ul Nil 2S Ijiis Angel. "
»lreel, under the White House.
Moore's Restaurant nemovod.
iVIIIhUn Moore, of great fame as
i ulcrer iv our city, has moved his
i,-niiiaiil In mote commodious
pi tii.r.. a few doors below the old
,■ ti o I'otiitiierciaj street. His
iii i patrons, who kfanw where to
i.iii i e,„„j square meal at half the
r.iua) usually charged, will have no
trouble iii finding the new loea-
Stoll. , Oct. 7-tl
'.in to McKenzie's, 120 Main
•treat, I'ouet for the finest
l.iiUCMtlo and imported liquors aud
vines, by the bottle or on draught.
Ph.. purity of these wines and ll
luoru Is guaranteed, and McKen
iie's nost of customers testify
dnaniinously as to their merit. jstf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
|ust received a consignment of
Humboldt lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
.•»< a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main aud Rp
qiiena streets, opposite the U. S.
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re*
queua street, near Main, opposite
the United States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will be
carried on iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, witli or
without escorts, may feel at ease
aud receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
on hand. Jon Bayeii.
oct 4 tl
Go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells.
They are a sovereign remedy for
rheumatism, scrofula, liver und
kidney diseases. Stages leave the
St. Charles nnd United States
hotels on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Suodsys, returning the same day.
Boarding accommodations. Full
information to be obtained at tlie
St. Charles aud United States
hotels, Los Angeles.
For all kinds of tents, wagon
(■overs and awnings, go to John
Shaffer, No. 68 Alameda street, op
posite Sisters' School. Ho sells
and sews all kluds of canvas
cheaper than any one in Los An
geles or Sau Francisco, by hand or
machine. Second hand tents
bought and sold or to rent. fetUf
Call ou Caroline 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
and made up iuto any shape. Per
fumeries of the finest quality al
ways an hand. oeM-lm-cud.
Meyerstein, 4BMain street, is now
receiving his Spring stock. They
are indeed the prettiest goods
ever brought lo this market, and
the prices are far below any that
we have heard. To convince them
selves we advise those wishing to
purchase to give Mr. Meyerstein n
You can save fifty per cent, by
getting shaveel at tlie Hotel de
France Barber shop, 71 Los Ange
les street. Shaving 10 cents; hair
It is the opinion of all who have
seen Santa Monica iv tho winter
season, that it is the most beauti
ful place lv Southern California.
Its equable climate, the magnifi
cent sea and mountain views, to
gether with its unequaled bathing
facilities, render it a most enjoya
ble resort for tourists aud Invalids.
M. D. Johnson, at the Sauta Mon
iua Hotel, is prepared to accommo
date winter guests in first class
City Bill Poster.
M. Eugel, bill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
dove at reasonable rates. Controls
all the best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Office, No. S
Market street. ai>2Glf
Tbe Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dies will be waited upon by persons
of their own sex. uovUtf
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pale
Ale on draught at McKenzie's.
Do not fail to go and see the new
stock of drygoods, clothing, hoots
and shoes which has just been
opened and are selling lower than
ever at Meyerstein's, 41) Main street,
next to tbe Bank. mr9ml
TUESDAY MAKCH 2071878.
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Division of Telegrams and Itfport* for
the heuetltof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken ad [«Of An
geles, Cftl.i March 25. IS7B
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Maximum T'i ruiHiiii |er, (II
I (tillfall Kltice lUI report, 0 2'p
•I M, KhaNTZ, tUtxeivet.
Mr. N. W. Hammond, in our
N.o.v l„ ;,iv, i IP-rs 2 500 head of
r>|)atti»h lv el i ii" -beep for sa I--.
f'ol. iJri.y, Chief Engineer of ths
Southern Pacific Railway, hi-,ived
iv ha. Angeles overland from Sao
Kniocisco on Sunday,
Kust appearance lit HenriStuart,
the champion otog and Jig dancer
of the world, :i>-nlgiit at Wood's
Messrs. Charlie Miles, Joe Brcsoti
and Lew Mawsoti are out ou a
Usbing excursion to ihe headwaters
of [lie 8 hi (1 ihrlel.
Dr. Lnckharl hen removed his
nllice and residence to Mrs. Brun
duge'a luiiise>, on IVmple street, op
posite ihe High School building.
Mr. Pastor <Je Cells tiled a com
plaint In Judge Baldwin's nfflee
yesterday charging M. Gonzales
with having made threats agidnst
Persons who desire to secure
highly eligible hoarding accommo
dations would do well to open a
correspondence with the owner of
Post office box 1707.
A friend propounds the follow
ing conundrum: Why should the
Senator from Alameda not he
hanged by Kearney aud his crowd?
Because it would be contra Hones
The next Congregational Church
.Social will be held nt the residence
of Mr. .1. Mullaly, ooruer of I'pper
Main and College streets, to-mor
row (Wednesday) evening. All
are cordially Invited.
Mr. Wm. Marxsen being about
to embark in other business will
close out his entire stouk of furni
ture, bedding, etc., at auction to
morrow (Wednesday) nt 10 o'clock
A. M. See advertisement in our
If you huve lust yum appetite go
Ui Wood's Opera House for one
evening anil you can eat six meals
a duy forever alter.
Winters, of the Important cloth
ing store, Central Block, Spring
street, gives notioa hy udvertise
ment elsewhere, that Lieutenant
Oeneral Kearney ami his co-labor
er, Wellock, will lie at his store
next Saturday, March 30th.
Wuclu iman, whose arrest, some
days ago, ou the charge of cutting
out Ihe tongue of his cow, was
noted in the HhBALD, was tiled by
ajury iv Judge Carrillo's Court
yesterday and acquitted, there
being no evidence to sustain the
Messrs. Men lei Meyer and Wal
ter S. Moore, having deserted tho
hunting party to San Diego tbe
first at San Juan Capisirauo and
the latter at San Luis lley—have
returned borne. Moore says that
peremptory business required his
immediate return to Los Angeles.
Three new stars at Wood's Opera
House next week. Bear this in
Mum parlies are the latest sensa
tion at San Bernardino. The gath
erings are held in a darkened
room, Ihe participants being
paired, and the first girl that
squeals or makes any other unusual
noise is required to tell whatcaused
It. "Down East, 1 ' where the game
originated, tlie entertainment is
If you desire \a grow line and
healthy mange trees, sprinkle a
little lime around them, several
feet from their roots, and then use
soapsuds or potash as a wash. Do
this about every sta months, and
they will produce good ami excel
lent fruit, devoid of rust. This
same process or remedy will answer
for the whole family. — Tampa
As to the result of the rum which
commenced about 4 o'clock on Sun
day morning, up to last eveuing,
we had by the United States
gauge 2j-100ths and by Bliss's
24-lUUIhs inches, making a total for
the season by Bliss's gauge of 10.94
inches and by that of the United
States of 18.10 inches, a difference
of nearly three inches in favor of
tho pluviometer located on the
Mr, Mark Hopkins, Treasurer of
the Central Pacific Railway, Mr.
Watson, its Purchasing Agent, Mr.
Arthur Brown, its Superintendent
of Bridges, and Dr. Nixon, the
surgeon oi the company's iiospital
at Sacrameuto, passed through Los
Augeles yesterday, en route lo
Yuina. Mr. Hopkins is in had
health and he visits the Southern
country to recuperate. After a brief
stay in Yuma, Mr. Hopkins is ex
pected to remain some time In Los
The Jubilee Rehersal.
We were agreeably surprised, iv
the full sense of the word, at tlie
largo atlcndaucd at the first regu
lur rehearsal of the musicians who
are lo perform at the great Jubilee
to be given in aid of the buildiug of
the Good Templar Block. Consid
ering tlie limited notice given, and
the likelihood of rain, the assem
blage was quite creditable, and it
shows what an interest la being
taken in the iindortuki.ig. This Is
largely referable, no doubt, to the
interest tukeu in the present tem
perance movement, but full us
much or more is due to the leal of
many of our prominent citizens in
the furtherance of a musical taste;
and, if we read aright tlie present
indications, we are soon to be favor
ed with a permanent Philharmonic
.Society, which would do credit in
almosl any Eastern metropolis.
We certaiuly have the talent iight
here at home, and all that is re
quired is the proper combination
and training. We aro especially
fortunate iv having among us so
many line and well traiued voices
and au abundance of talent compe
tent to lead. At no distant day this
will be one of our main attractions.
About sixly took part iv Ihe vocal
music last evening. They sang the
"Hallejub" chorus anil "The
Heavens aie Telling."
Tlie looks have arrived and ate
being distributed, The Instru
mental parts will be rehearsed
Friday evening lux*, and it is
hoped that a general attendance of
the good n usieiaUN ,n the city will
be chronicled, vilhniil further in
vitation, wiiii their liistrumeuls. It
is desirable 11 lat Los Augeles should
not be behind Sun KiaiieUeo, or
any other city oil the coast, and
hence tlie :i-si.-tance of everyone
should be a matter of p ensure as it
certainly Is of duty.
The Blue Ribbon Club.
Ai the close of Mr. Allen's lec
ture at tin* Korl Sirjet Methodist
Church ou Sunday evening, a Blue
itibhon (.'lull, or ''National Chris
tian Temperance Union," wax or
President, M 11 Kimball; Vice-
Presidents, G. \V. Morgan, itev. A.
M. Campbell, Mrs. W. IJ. Oould,
Mrs. E. Klmbttl', H. X W.
Bent, C. C. Thomas; Re
oonlilig Secietary, John Mulli
gan; Corresponding Se rctnry,
Win U. Ooiild; Treasurer, ('. ft.
Bradley. Executive Uomuilttee —
VV. H. H llusseil, Mr. Harper, C.
Boutwell, Airs. Tunzcy J. 11. Dun
kelbernei, Mrs. H Mi Williams,
Mrs. Ulanchard, Mr, Thornton, J.
C. Severance and all the clergy of
Ihe cily. Committee on Halls —
John c. Brown. Committee ou
Music —Mr. Abernuthy anil wife,
C B. Fanning and wife and J. H.
Book. Visiting Committee—Mrs.
0. C. Lamb, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs.
MeCray, Mrs. A. 0. Morgan, Mrs.
Eland, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Bath,
Mrs. C. K. Itipley, Mrs. Haskell,
Mrs. P. Boutwell and Seth White.
During his wanderings Sunday
Mr. Peroni camo across an insect
which surpasses anything in our
recollection as a natural curiosity.
It is about the size of a small ta
rantula, and its hack is covered
hy a series of small globules which
shine as though they were made of
glass or steel. In fact, they resem
ble a coat of mail, But the most
singular part of the whole story is
that these globules gradually dis
tend and a baby insect, very nearly
as large as a lly, Is thrown off. In
sect after insect, away up into the
hundreds, is thus disengaged from
tlie parental buck.
We have seen few prettier rights
than the orange display at C E.
Hubei's. They are a treat to eye,
nostril and palate. "Ned" Is put
tiug up quantities of his finer or
anges to order as presents from
tourists and residents to friends iv
tlie East. While talking of or
anges, we should not omit to state
that we heard a leading orange
grower remark, yesterday, that tlie
crop of next year would be tbe
largest ever known, running up to
quite ten millions of oranges.
A drive through the San Gabriel
valley Sunday showed us that that
section of our county was charac
terized by all the old abundance
aud beauty. Every inch or the
roadway which had not been de
pastured was covered with grasses
knee-high, and the barley and
other grains were menaced only by
their rank luxuriance, which fact
may cause some of it to lodge.
A drunk and a case of misde
meanor were up before Judge Peel
yesterday morning. One paid $5
and the other wits sent to the chain
gang live days.
C. W. Crocker, of Iho linn of Sis
son, Wallace & Co., with his wife
and daughter were among the
overland arrivals yesterday.
C. M. Phelps will plead lo two
indictments — embezzlement and
grand larceny—iv the County Court
at 0 o'clock this morning.
Yesterday-Lbs Day of the Annun
ciation—was observed by services
In tlie Catholic Churches in this
A Suggestion to the Travel
Tourists, em'fc-runts uud mariners tlud
limi llosu tier's Stomach bitters Is a
medicinal lafSgaanl against uuhealtbrul
Influences upon wblcb Ihey can Implic
itly rely, klhco It prevents i hueirjots tbat
uu unbeultby climate, vitiated atmos
phere, unaccustomed or unwholesome
uiet, bud wator, or other conditions uu
favorable lo health would otherwise pro
duce. On long voyages or Jourueys by
land In latitudes lullatieulto the equator
It Is especially uselul as a preventive o(
ilie t in. complulnls and disorders ol
the stomach, liver und bowsls which are
apt to attadi natives ol the temperate
zoues soJ..uruing or traveling In such re
gions, and It Is au excellent proteotlon
ugatnst the Influence of extreme cold,
sudden cbunges ot temperature, exposme
to dump or extreme futlgue. It not only
prevents Intermittent and remittent le
vers, and ether diseases of a malarial
type, but eradicates them, a (act which
has been notorious for years past In
North and South America, Mexico, the
West Indies, Australia and other couu
If you want those fine now Whit
aker Star Hams, or H. M. Dupce's
Chicago hams—the two best East
ern sugar cured hams in the world,
at 14 cents a pound, go to E. Ger
main & Co.'s, Nos. 122 aud 124
Main street, Los Angeles.
The nicest, and prettiest lino of
men's and boys' clothing that has
been seen in Los Angeles is just
received st Meyerstein's, 49 Main
street, next door to the Bank. 9ml
THE DEVIL'S BELL.
A Romanes of Yuma City—By Hnghey Rob
We were suiting in front of tbo
Palace Hotel (and don't you forget
that we have a Palace Hotel, even
if it is 'doble). There were five in
the company, two ladies and three
gentlemen. We were strangers in
Yuma, and, of course, clung to
gether to pass the time away. We
chatted about I lie different points
of interest—the fort, the railroad
bridge and the Colorado and its
changeable channel, and the Yuma
Indians, who, by tlie way, are a
noble race (if you don't caro what
you suy). The Chiuameu, too,
camo under our notice, and I must
say, for the credit of my compan
ion-, they loudly denounced the
presence of (hat uninteresting race
iv our TUidst. That, of course,
pleased nic, and I became very elo
quent ou that subject; so much so
that I soon had quite a large con
gregation about me—tho white, tlie
black, the Spanish Don, tlie Mexi
can and the Chinaman—who, by
the way, had to stand ut a ilia
tauce. I spoke of Kearney und his
noble efforts iv behalf of the
workingmen; also, of Tom Scott
and Ids railroad bill, which will be
a blessing to this city of the sand,
if successful. I was about In finish
my remarks, when the bell ou the
hill coiniiii-nc.il In ring at v vio
lent rats. Ui course we all nske I
what It Meant, when a lull .Span
iard stepped ii,. und volunteered to
explain lie wan dressed in Ihe
picturesque sly Is of Ihe high-toned
Spaniaid, an I was a line specimen
of that noble race. lie spoke in
good English, and we were ad al
leulioti. lie sil l (bat, years ago,
when Yuma lull was us hare as an
old man's head and he sun shone
on uotllitlg Inn Ihe tarantula and
the led mull, the* 'Idler*o tme with
guns of bounder uud leirilled the
Yiiuias. They bulit their imu-os,
and the Hag with the stall and
stripes was seen floating oil the
hill every day. Yeurs rolled on,
uud Hint Mag was still there. More
soldiers came, und Willi them one
who was brave but wild. MoUtS
and aguardiente were Ills God, and
one stormy lilgnt he was found on
that hill, colli iv den... O i lint
dieadful ulghl a bull wasneirlou
Ihe hill, und yet «<■ ali knew theio
was no hell In Yiiiiia. Ihe natives
were alarmed, und we all watched
for the midnight hour. When it
came we could bear that hell ring
for miles away, but could liml no
bell. The good people say that it
is the devil's bell, uud that the
dead soldier la In the home of the
bad, and that he is asking for
souiethiii,, that he lost while iv
A Yum t hoodlum interrupted
him witti, "Yes; lie wauls that
soldiei's overcoat that you stole
from him in 18(i0."
Y'uma, March 23.1, 1878.
DltlrlCt I'Ullrt BEPUI.VKD4, J
Monday, March 25.
Ferguson vs. Sotilo etal—Demur
rer ovc ruleil; ten days to answer.
Pollard vs. Putnam et al—De
murrer to answer overruled; ten
days to answer.
Canada Life Assurance Company
vs. D. Freeman —Twenty days giv
en to prepare and serve statement
on motion for new trial. Stay
granted until such motion is heard
Jones vs. Fluhr & Gerson—Find
ings and decree filed for plaintiff;
ten days' stay.
Krazyuski vs. Newhall—Set for
trial April 10th, 1878, at 10 A. M.
Lacey vs. Beau«lry--Veidiet i f
$3G2.70 tor plaintiff.
Vmnmtt vtmrt stsphens, j.
Monday, March 2-3.
Matter of arraignment of parties
indicted by the Grand Jury.
People vs. Antonio Peralta—
Burglary. J. D. Bethune and F. P.
Ramirez, attorneys. Plea of not
guilty. Set for to morrow at 10
People vs. C. M. Phelps—Embez
zlement. Arraigned. Reading of
indictment waived. Given until
to-morrow at 9 A. M. lo plead.
People vs. 0. M. Phelps—Grand
larceny. Same action.
People vs. A. Nowy Novitsky—
Embezzlement. Tho... H. Smith
and J. D. Bethune, attorneys.
Given until 10 a. m. to-morrow to
People vs. A. Nowy Novitsky—
People vs. Eduardo Gonzalsz —
Embezzlement. F. P. Ramirez,
attorney. Plea of not guilty.
People vs. A. A. Taylor and Liz
zie Taylor—Arsou. J. G. Howard,
attorney. Given uutil 9a. it. to
morrow to plead.
People vs. Guadalupe de Lugo-
Grand larceny. Motion for contin
uance granted. Continued until
Aptil 2d, 1873
In matter of Term Trial Jury for
March term, Jury sworn as follows:
Eugene Meyer. Wm. Simmons,
Wm. Hammond, R. 11. Dalton, N.
B. Wilson, J. A. Campbjll, Ira
Sawyer, W. J.Tighe, Milton Thom
as, Jabez Banbury, Michael Han
non, Clareucs McKee, Horace Bur
dick, T. 0. Walker.
People vs. Manuel Aramenta,
graud larceny, S. Haley attorney—
Tried and submitted. Verdict of
guilty of grand larcedy as charged
iv the indictment.. Sentence set
far to-morrow, at 9 A. it.
Term Trial Jury discharged uutil
Monday, April Ist, UTS.
Probate r I SrcPUßss. J.
Estate of S. P. Smith, deceased —
Petition for letters of administra
tion to Rose E. Smith; bond $300.
Estate of Monroe L. Pierce, de
ceased—Petition for letters of ad
ministration to Sarah M. Pierce dis
mlned and letters granted to C. 0.
Lamb, Public Administrator.
Form and Feature.
Unless associated with good teeth, aie
shorn of half the attractions they may
otherwise possess. Bearing this fact in
mind, use SOZODONT, which will pro
vent your teeth Irom losing their white
ness, nnd will render them spotless If
specked and discolored. The tint and
hardness of coral are Imparted to tho
gums by this incomparable preservative
and beautifying agent, aud tho breath Is
rendered fragrant as honeysuckle by Its
use. It is safe, besides being effective.
Bold by druggists.
Mothers, Mothers Mothers.
Don't fall to procure Mas. Winsi-ow's
Soothing Strop for all diseases of
teething in children. It relieves Ihe
child from palu, cures wind 00110, regu
lates the bowels, and,by giving relief and
health to the child, gives rest to the
Another Railroad Grab.
It would seem that iv accordance
with their usual grab-all policy,
the railroad company have com
menced to choke the life out of this
city. Not content with having
stolen the water-front, and fenced
iv the place, they now have a bill
before the Legislature authorizing
them to charge fare between sta
tions on the local traius, that Is,
fifteen cents for riding three or four
hundred yards. This villainous
thieving bill has passed theSeuate,
and as the entire Legislature is said
to belong to tlie railroad company,
there is uo reason lo expect that it
will not pass the Assembly. We
msy hope, however, that it will be
arrested by the Oovernor, as that
gentleman has some repulatlou to
lose by a corrupt subserviency to
the corporation. One of the ano
malies of this fifteen-cent steal
consists in the extraordinary fuel
that Senator Bones made a speech
iv favor of the bill, and then voted
against It!— Oakland Keening
No More Lighting.
During the lust few weeks nego
tiations have been pending looking
lo a complete settlement of ull the
interests ill ex Mission lands. VVe
are now informed (hut a full
and complete settlement has
been made und that the title of
all the land li id been placed in two
trustees, Mr. Steinbuck nu I Mr.
Curpeniier, who will sell and lease
lands and account to all the owners
for the proceeds of sale. Upon the
receipt of this intelligence there
was general rejoicing in Ills town
and county. Willi si tiled litles
and abundant haivesl in prospect,
we have reason to tie oonlident of a
glorious fuiure. ileal enatu will
sell rapidly and at good figures,
Next week w« hops in b- able to
give the basis of settlement.— Vtm*
If you wHit any nssotLed table
and pie fruits in Lli.b cans ut 25 cts
per can, call at Germain's, 122 and
121 Main street. pjwl
Have you seen I he telephone? If
not do so immediately ut Wood's
ST. CHARLES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
SUND tV .t MONDAY, March w A 2",.
J Uutelilns m, Rvrsd E W I.inlortn, S ft
A M Hnlhuwiiy.Coltn A R Gunnison, do
HRsinbh, do KQ. story <twf, do
1 B Stevens, Vlr City D TMcD iulel, do
a W Tomb, do THetuuro., do
R W Scott, Anaheim T B Pratt, Arizona
Miss By-ron, London TJGtll, do
H Orion, do R Ellison, do
I, B beedy.Sttu BerdoO I. field 4 w. do
Sclpio OraiiTt Colton b Freeman, Ceull
semi-Tropic nela Ranciio
I Seblessluger.Pmuu A O Evans, s Gahrl
vO s vans, Boston Ilr MeUulgau.Hlilla
E W Richardson, do 0 N McLean. Alamo
0 E Beane, city W B Kress, Elmlra
X W Coleman, do W Leach, H LUe^o
CKOM JUIMON, mi.1.K.1'1f.,1 OIIISON'H TH \ N
HCHIPTOK nftCORIMi M ARCH 2j, I*7B.
Mamie C Eujon to MaryC Cooper—Lots
8 and 4, Sec 2 I'ISKUW, and tract de
scribed io Book 8 of Deeds, page 492, b ss
tract described in Book CO ol D-eds. p.ure
Solon Abbott to Jas A Williams—Five
acres In Rancho Tujaula; ISTO.
A O II Allen to lmvld P smart-Undi
vided one-half pnrt of lots, blk 11, Dow
David Lewis to Mailha O Miller—Lot
2,Sec 7TI MRII W nnd BHofNB '1 Sec
12T1SK12 W; SH7i
s\N Fit.V SO WOO STOCK AND liX
SAs Fbakoibco, KprSb 56.
Ophlr 3i<i .±.ll', I 3 Nov 3 io
Mexican l.'va.l-' DUh iw»n*
U A I* 7Sj<Sl7 | Exchequer..:! 05(a,l no
3 til... IS «*» I7U I Overman uV*
OaUlornls '.Sjiij: 1 , Justice 7to(ai»;
Snvaica | Succor I OOfcul ,J
Con Va -i I Union StJ«%!g
Oliolla- rl SO Alts 6V*.l\
11 a N ;>..*'« I Bullion , is
Crown points «■.*» 95 8 Hill 1 0(
V Jacket st> I Senator 3 Co
Imperial 66 Bentoß 1 16
Kentuck 3 11 1 Solid Silver.! X *i 40
alpha »»7'. Caledonia. .1 o I*l so
Belcher tl OtHtsl 85 I
bam Fbascisco, March Hi
R A E 4S Ophlr. IfitSl!
EuivkuCon.,.tts),lM Calirornlit mTKQtI
Alpi 'ty, S Nevada 532 70
Rye Patch 5 Utah »!-;
Hussey 101 lo lixclmquer 2 Si
Mui.ll.tllaulW-.410 ,HA B I .( 1 ■ I',
Belle Bas> Justice 7«,»7' 1
O Prize tt'M-Vt Caledonia...! 70««l 7.
Navajo 1 20ii,2 3o Julia „ w.
Rtar t 10 Belcher 2 7.'
Phoeulx i% Overman IS^tJIS
Day 1 2081 i! 5 Alta ~ 6U
Hunibuig 3 40 con Va I4)#inl»V»
Modoc I 75<3l 00 Hi N 700!^
Bechtel 4 Cr Point 4 t»«4!^
Tip-Top SM Savage VA/iVi
Leeds 1 s'«0l m Alpha .7k
S V W Co 93 Uould a C St?
Belmont 292 10 ■* Ulll 1»
Mexican 11 1 . jtl 1 , Uulon __.....!>
H. H. SPENCER,
TEACHER OF* PENMANSHIP VND
Has opened classes, for Instruction lv Iho
above branehesat bis residenceou HILL
STREET, near First, commencing ou
MONDAY, February ifttlh, 187j4.
Alternoon Class, from 1 to 4 o'clock i\
m. dally; Evening Class, from 7 Ul 9
o'clock p.m.; Saturday Class, from tf to
Ii a. m. und from 1 to i p. ai.
An opportunity will be afforded to ac
quire my new system of Chirythinogra
phy, or I'linedhand writing, In which to
write rapidly au well as legibly cau ba
learned In a few lessons. The practice
which requires years to make expert* in
Penmanship and Bookkeeping can be ac
quired lv a lew months with advanced
per mouth, 87; Bookkeeping, SB.
Afternoou Class — Penmanship, SS;
Saturday Class—Penmanship, per les
son, 50a: Bookkeeping, per lesson, Si.
Special Instruct ion to teachers aud oth
ers desirous of qualifying themselves tor
teaching the above brandies. Tlie un
dersigned being familiar with aud hav
ing <aught lor years Payson, Dun ton A
Scrlouer and the Spencerlan Systems of
Penmanship, may select the sty:e
most cungenial to their tastes. For fur
ther Information call at residouoe during
the hours from 1 to 4 o'clock p. m., or ad
dress the undersigned.
it. a. SPENCER.
feQI-lm l .'"■!( Box 831.
Ork/\ LANUSHOTT BF.K HIVES, a l
mii\J\J new, painted and venlllated.
Must approved design. Will be sold lor
HALF COST PRICE.
Can 1 c seen at Orange Store. HRttcllß
GO TO THK
CAPITAL Ii A li. ERY,
No. £.7 fePRING 81., Near First.
Where tho FINEST ASSORTMENT ol
BREAD AND CAKES
Iv the city Is to be found. WEDDING
CAKES a specialty.
m2l-lm HENRY SCHUMACHER.
SIX GOOD MEN to canvass for a sal
able urllcle. Enquire at 127 Spring street.
A situation, by a competent womaD, to
do family sewing, or us housekeeper, or
ulnlngrooin wurk. Address J , Heruld
By v French lady, an In ant to nurse,
cllber at her own bouse, or at the house of
the chilli's parents. Enquire or Dr. Lup
po, Rooms 11 and 13, llowney Block.
To hire, hy the month, a neat, econom
ical woman, to take entire charge of tbe
general housework for a family of three.
A permanent, ensy home to tbe right
sort. Write at once, stating age and na
tionality, for further particulars, to tbe
uddress left at tbe Herald office. m24-lw
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
A COTTAGK OF FOUR ROOMH,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture,
kitchen itirmture aud water, at No. lilt
Kueua Vista street, Los Angele*. Kent.
%i<) per mouf h, payablt in advance. Ad
tirei* (i. W, Wm Herald offlco- inrfr-lf
Fur six months or one year, a commo
dious and completely furnished two story
residence, with haudsorae grounds, *ta
hle t woodshed, etc. Fosstrsslun to he given
M«y Ut, IVTB. App y to I. A. NAWYER,
Fast Los Angeles. ml *lm
81 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THK »TAR LOAN A2Ct> BUOKKR
oh VU fcf*
Removed to No. tj 'J >M M KIIOJAL fcT.
Will ad v wet ou collaterals fl lo $1000,
oiahknidt 1 1 i»'iso.i*l pr tporty, mucu
as WAtOtlM, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. I, silver und U. B, Car*****
cv iMttaflitt aud sol I. d I lv
CHOICE IIIRIOABLIi LANDS
N?ar Orange and Santa Ana,
Widen wore heretofore reserved by Olas
sell A i.liapnian, we now offered for sale
orrenb SSrHAILKOAI) DEPor VEtiY
A poly toOAPT. (ir.«SHELL. In Temple
Block. 1.0. Aligelc-i, or M. K. PAKKr.It.
Sunny Rooms and Board.
Gun IttUAU and iheir wive* and single
tfotit* can hn iiwunmo laiod with board
and tin", I'irg.i, frunt, sunny ro mis, con
tiii (tig all moitei'ii conveniences uud
home comfort*, «t the
New High street, only one blcck
fr in the l'ostnitk'e and Court House,and
commands a charming view of mountalu
nnd v«lley, Jelfitf
Private Boarding House,
No '.'4, cor. Third aud Bill Bts.
ea-llOARI) BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. oltltr
Money to Loan,
ON CITY PROPERTY, AT REA
Apnly to 0. CA ROT,
le2olf 34 Temple Block.
IN AID OF THE ERECTION OF
Good Templar Block.
One Hundred Musicians
Wednesday, April 10th.
Admission, - - - -SI.OO
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Cathcrwooti'fl
Fine Old Whiskies
From thelrosents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
A Co., Sun Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville, Ky.by tlie Bottle
or Gallon, ut LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whisk y.
English Ales and Porter.
Is provided with tho purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
IWENOI.IiII ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Mulu street, near Court, 1...* Anieelee.
Montana Meat Market.
I?K(|.;i,!.\tlKllA. FRANK, fVftf
. The best and tenderest M
lv the market. None but the
Prlmest Boef and Mutton
ever to be round. N<*|~ the address—Morv
Kua Meat Main street, near
Itrta, f*o* Angele«
All dealers of eve-y kind, everywhere,
are hereuy noihied a.id forbidden giving
any oredit on my account to any person
other than m7i>elf or on my written or
der. I shall puy ao utherdetits heresfiei
incurred. A. K. FUINEY.
Los Angelv, March 14,1H7J. mrlfi 101
Saturday, March 16, 1878.
104 Main St., Opposite the Court House,
WHERE THE LARGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF
BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, ETC.,
Ever brought to this city is now open for inspection,
consisting of all the
LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS
For Ladles', Cents and Children's Wear.
LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S CUSTOM WORK A Specialty.
Under the Supervision of Mr. George Stone.
S3T Uppers and Shoe Findings Constantly on Hand.
DILLON & KENEALY
AXE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
Direct from European an I Eastern Manufacturers.
Black and Colored Silks, Shawls,
OF EVERY VARIETY AND STYLE.
Figured and Plain Piques, Printed Linen
Lawns, American, French and
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, Plain and Fanoy.
».«r An lmmeu»e stock of DOMESTIC GOODS, all brands."Wi
SVSpecial nttent'on Jh catlod to Ladles' Underwear, Gent's Furnishing Goods
Lisle Tbread and Kid Gloves, Tits, etc.
20,000 YARDS BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERIES, ALL PRICES.
DILLON Ac Ii
86 m\H ST., OPPOSITE TEMPLE BLOCK, Los Angeles.
DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN MANUFACTURERS.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Etc.
I call the attention of COUNTRY' MERCHANTS to my stock, which
they are in\ iteii to examine, as I can
Sell Cheaper than San Francisco at Wholesale and
Corner of Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., Hellman Block.
S-L W. XT V ll ESRIIi JIIW I>,
(-•ticcessor to 11. SI.OTTERBECK & Co.)
No. 1 Commercial St., Los Angeles,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps,
Cartridges, Wads, Fishing Tackle,
And everything pertaining to SPORTSMEN'S GOODS. Have on hand the lanrsM
and best sUiok ol BRKECH-LOADINO SHOTGUNS, RIFLES and PISTOLS 1»
Southern California, wh'.eh we will soil at prices to suit tbe times.
Agent tor Mo> new BALLARD HIFLKH. the BEST und CHKAPF.ST GUN lv the
World. BLOTTER BECK'S CKLEBIIATEII SPORTING RIFLE.
Repairing Done by Practical Workmen & Guaranteed.
ESSENCE OF LIFE
IS A POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT
rtmeily for tbecure of nervous aud
physical debility, apermatorrhea,seminal
weakne.s and premature deellne.
The Essence of Life
U i in- only sure and sure remedy and will
restore einausted vitality without fall,
fiei inaiiently and effectually, no matter
mm wliat cause or of how long standing
The Essence of Life
Is pleasant to lake, and Is free from all
noxious drugs; It gives tone to the tiigea-
Llve organs, strength to tlie nerves, aud
purifies and enriches the blood, thereby
tMdlcaiing all morbia eruptions ot Hie
Price, ».l per bottla, or four times the
quantity lv tats*, f 10, with full directions
tor use. Keut to any address, secure frnin
observation, upon receipt of price, which
may be sent by »* press, laglslarcd letter,
or Poatotflee money order, or O. 0.1».
within sou mile* ..f fan FrMillMra
RcsVrencesof the bUHsst Handing and
unquestionable veracity IruSS |» rsona
stial have been cured. Tube had only st
Oh. H i KIN It A It T's. uu KKAK.N V SIT.,
San Franoisco. Cal.. where all letters
should ba addressed.
Office hours from a a. at. to 4 r. at. and fi
to g p. it. mailS-sp-lyr
If AGOLD PLATKD WATCHES.
sa. < Clsis,.,! Ul lb. knuwu world. Siisoi. M .i.-li fre.
4}V> >e"< Aijr.M a umwicCKw.
For Sale at a Bargain. J
1(8 ACRES of choice agricultural lan<t,
part mesa aud tbe other bottom or sandy
loam, near Fulton's famous Sulpbai
Wells, one mile from Railroad Depot, ail
under a new board fence. 1 will sell nail
or all, either half being part mesa or or
chard laud, susceptible of ashigh state
of Improvement as any in the stale, una
*>f the duest artesian wells In the couu
try, with a fountain nl *• feet above tot
aunace of the ground, which may be used
us an ornamental fountain and at thl
same time be used as a motive power, s|
well as for irrigation. A young orchassk
barn, dwelling,etc.; and I will sell tarm
' ing Implements, bouss, furniture, ele., I
liirle-lm 11. RAMBOZ, Norwalk P.O.
Land for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
165 Acros of Pine Farming
On the Old LosNielos rosd, adjoltt
Ing the oily limits, for sale.
Apnly to T. I). IfOTT,
ul7-!m Room 10, Mott'l BolMlaS>