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New Barber Shop, No. 1, Temple
Street, near Spring. Shaving 15cts,
Hair Cutting 25cts; no extra charge
on Sundays. »
Barron, Wilms & Adams.
F. R. Girard, general agent and
business manager for tbe well
k iown music house of Sherman,
Hyde & Co., San Francisco, will
spend a week in this city. Those
who wish to buy a Weber piano or
an Estey or Standard organ can ad
dress him care of Upham & Rne,
local agents, Los Angeles. Mr.
Giraid will sell on $10 aud S2O in
stallments per month. ap7-lw
I oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., at the following reduced prlr
Bxlo $1 35
9x12 1 50
11x13 1 65
19X12.... 1 05
10x14 1 75
10x10 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 S 00
15x36 3 35
15x40 8 50
Other sizes In proportion.
20x6.0x1 inch $1 00
5.6x6.0x1}, moulded 1 90
2.8x6.8x1$ " 212
2.8x0.8x1} " 225
2.loxG.loxlJ " 250
3x7xlJ " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
und glass, at No. 28 Los Augeles
street, under the White House.
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
tjuenu street, near Main, opposite
the United States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will be
carried on in a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel nt ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
on hand. Joe Bayer.
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
have made arrangements to receive
monthly cargoes of the famous Ph.
Best Brewing Company's export
lager beers. These beers are made
at Milwaukee und bottled by the
Messrs. Stainm & Meyer. The
first of the aargoe? arrived yester
day, consisting of an entire load.
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
enabled to offer special advantages
to purchasers. The first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer at the Centennial Expo
sition, at the Wisconsin State Fair,
held at Milwaukee, aud at the
Inter-State Fair held at Chicago.
The nicest, and prettiest lino of
men's and boys' clothing lhat has
been seen In Los Angeles is just
received at Meyerstein'*, 49 .Main
street, next door to the Bank. 9ml
Go to McKenzie's, 129 Main
street, Ponet block, for the finest
domestic and imported liquors and
wines, hy the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
pjors is guaranteed, and McKeu
lie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. j3tf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
just received a consignment of
Humboldt lager beer. It is a su
perb article aud cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
stirimps, hot and cold lunches of nil
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Ro
quena streets, opposite the U. 8.
For all kinds of tents, wagon
covpiE and awnings, go to John
Shaffer, No. 68 Alameda street, op
posite Sisteis 1 School. He sells
aud sews all kinds of canvas
cheaper than any one in Los An
geles or Sau Francisco, by hand ot
machine. Second hand tents
bought and sold or to rent, ftiltf
Call on 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 into any shape. Per
fumeries of the finest quality al
ways on hand. oct4-lm-eod.
Meyerstein, 49 Main street, is now
receiving his Spring stock. They
are indeed the prettiest goods
ever brought to this market, anil
the prices are far below any that
we have heard. To convince them
selves we advise those wishing to
purchase to give Mr. Meyerstein a
City Bill Poster.
M. Eugel, bill poster aud distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all tbe best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Oltice, No. 3
Market street. ap26tf
The 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. novUtf
Genuine Marrian's Burton Pale
Ale on draught at McKenzie : s.
Do not fail to go and see the new
stock of drygoods, clothing, boots
and shoes which has just been
opened and are selling lower than
ever at Moyersteln's, 49 Main street,
uext to the Bank. mr9ml
E. Germain & Co. sell better
groceries and provisions and cheap
er than any other bouse In town.
WEDNESDAY........MAY 1, 1878,
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WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the honefltof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, CaL, April 30, 1878.
Maximum Thermometer, 37.
Minimum "* to.
Ratnl til since lust report 0.02.
J. m. Kkantz, Observer.
Col. E. E. Hewitt arrived home
overland by yesterday's train.
The lowaus in this vicinity will
picnic at Pasadena grove to-day.
To pass a pleasant Sunday go to
the race track.
Tho great Rickey and McCaily
at Wood's Opera House.
Mayor MacDougall was a passen
ger by yesterday's train from San
Mechanics and laboring men will
find the Important clothing store,
No. 26 Central Block, Spring
street, ono of the cheapest houses
in the city.
Attention is directed to the pro
fessional card of Dr. J. Kurtz, who
has removed his offices from Du
comnnm Block to No. 82 Main
street, over DutterA Bradley's fur
The original Red Stocking Min
strels at Wood's Opera House.
We undeistand that Father Bu
chnrd, the eminent Catholic ora
tor, before leaving Los Angeles,
will deliver v lecture for the ben
efit of the Catholic Tola! Absti
Anffelefiosut Sau Francisco ho
tels on '.lie 29th: E. E. Hewitt, H.
K. VV. Bent, Gram!; Mrs. A. T.
BeH, J. c. Jones, Internationa';
George \V. Chancy, American Ex
change; W. Minto, Rum House.
Mr. Isaac Lankershlra informs
us that the wheat in tlie San Fer
nando valley is looking lit excel
lent condition. The late rains
have done absolutely do damage.
On Monday evening Mr. Martin
Lehman, retiring Noble Grand of
Angelito Lodge, No. 195, I. O. O.
F., was presented by members of
the Lodge wllh on elegant Past
Great thicks of geese Hew over
the city last night between half
past eight and ten o'clock. Their
honk-honking could be heard as
plainly as the oaterwaullun of a<
legion of felines in a Fort street
The Jubilee rehearsal will beheld
at the Fort Street Methodist Church
at 7:30 o'clock this evening. A full
attendance Is desired In order to
prepare for a dress rehearsal,which
Will probably take place at Goad
Templars' Hall on Monday evening
The Messrs. Meyberg Bros, have
opened an entrance from Spring
street to their Crystal Palace China
Storo in the McDonald Block. This
is a great it enables
peoplo on Spring street to visit
their store without the trouble of
walking around the block.
Tliosa of our readers who wish
to spend May Day in the old
fashioned way should hy all means
avail themselves of tbe celebration
at El Monte. The day's festivities
will conclude with a dance at Den
nett's Hall and one of those ape
tiziug suppers for which Bennett's
Hotel has become so justly cele
brated. A most enjoyable time is
assured to all who attend.
The Blue Ribbon Club will hold
their regular weekly meeting this
evening at 7:30 o'clock, at Union
Hall. Hey. Mr. Mann, of Comp
ton, and other speakers will address
the meeting. All Blue Ribbon
people and friends of the movement
are invited to bo present, as a re
port on a free reading room will be
Monday the people of Pasadena
voted to levy a tax to build a larger
and more convenient school house
to take the place of the present ed
iHce. The new building will bo on
the lot donated to the Wan Pascual
School District by the Lake Vine
yard Land and Water Association,
ou the corner of Fair Oaks avenue
and Colorado street, opoosite the
Postoflice. It will be two stories
high with a large audience room
for public exercises.
The highest kickers in the world
next week at Wood's Opera House
—the Duval Sisters.
Tlie attention of grocers and
others is directed to tho advertise
ment of P. Cusenave & Co., Los
Angeles Cotl'ee and Splco Mills,
which appears elsewhere in this
morning's Heuai.d. The mills of
u.i,. || rm uro amoiig the best ap
ited on the Coast aud the goods
liifuctured by them will urns*
i favorably with those of any
a Mar establishment. We coni
id the Messrs. Casonave & Co.
ur business men and bespeak
ihcm a liberal patronage.
one should fall ts see "Saw
it," at Wood's Opera House,
'icnic grounds for churches and
ools can be had at Agricultural
Active preparations are being
made, and no pains are being spared
by the management, to have every
thing in shape for tlie great Roman
chariot race to como off at Agricul
tural Park on Saturday next, May
4th. The great Roman chariot
parade through all tho principal
streets will take place on Friday,
May 3d, at 2p. M. This will in
splendor and its general make-up
rival any circus parade we have
ever had here, and bo a tilting inc
lude to the great chariot race.
Mr. Waggoner, the contractor for
the new flour mill of the Messrs.
Lankei'.thim & Van Nuys, has ar
rived in Los Angeles and will
commence work next week. The
new building will Stand iv Ihe
rear of tho old Commercial street,
depot of the Southern Psclflo, the
latter being used as a warehouse.
It is expected that the contractor
will be through with hit work by
tho end of August, by which time
the new wheat will bo tit. to grind
Ou Sunday next, May 6th,the City
Gardens will he reopened for tlie
season on the occasion of tho Mai
Fest of Iho Turn Vereln Germania.
The Messrs. Eberle & Bio. have
spared no expense to make these
beautiful gardens the most attract
ive resort in Los Angeles. For
picnics they are among tho beet
arranged on the Coast, being pro
vided with a commodious dancing
pavilion, swings, bowliug alleys,
etc. Every precaution has been
taken by the proprietors to guard
against the admission to the Gar
dens of Improper characters.
Wo are indebted to Col. J. H.
Wood for complimentary tickets to
the Roman chariot races, which
take place at Agricultural Park
next Saturday. This promises to
be tho most interesting and excit
ing event that has evor taken place
in Southern California and the
Park, wo have no doubt, will be
crowded. We would advise every
person lo secure tickets in advance
to avoid the crush at the gates.
Constable Brophy, of Andrew
Station, narrowly escaped death
while in tho discharge of his duty,
a few days ago. He had seized
some cattle belonging to a French
man named Claud Ruy on a writ
of execution, nt which tho latter
became so enraged that he took up
his gun and deliberately aiming ut
Brophy ntlemped to lire, but for
tunately the cap snapped, thus pre
venting murder. Key was arrested
and will be brought before the
next Grand Jury on a charge of
attempt to murder.
The annual picnic excursion of
tho public school children will take
placo at Santa Monica on Friday,
May 21. Tho train will start at
the same hour as on other days.
Faro for the round (l ip—adults, $1;
children, 00 cts.
About 2 o'clock yesterday morn
ing a barn belonging to Mr. Re
beck, at the corner of Twelfth and
Olive streets, containing hay and a
set of hanidss, was burned to the
ground. Mr. Rebeck ascribes the
file to tramps.
In Judge Peel's Court, yesterday,
a drunk and vagrant were sent up
respectively for five and ten days
each and a man charged with as
sault was dismissed.
The entertainment of the East
Los Angeles Literary Club takes
place next Saturday evening.
The Murderer of Young Barrett.
The following particulars in re
gard lo the murder of young Bar
rett, in the San Gorgonio Pass, au
account of the finding of whoso
body was published In our tele
graph columns yesterday morning,
have been received:
N. M. Peterson, who is supposed
to have killed George Barrett, was
bound over to await the action of
the Grand Jury. The evidence of
his guilt was overwhelming. He
made a statement to tlie Court, and
after the Court adjourned, ho ad
mitted to several that he did the
killing, but claimed that he hud to
do it to save his own life. His
statements do not Rgree, and by his
own explanation, there was no jus
tification for the honiblo deed.
All the proof so far, makes
it more than probable, that
he quietly, and without any
warning, placed his revolver to the
victim's head and shot him down.
"Big Pete," (as he is called) is a
powerful man. He is over six foot
tall, and weighs more than 200
pounds. Barrett was a small man,
and unarmed. The prisoner ex
presses no regret, anil maintains
almost a brutal indifference. All
tho facts so far shown go to prove
the deed one of the most dastardly
and brutal on record.
The anthracite coal lields of So
nora have recently been thorough
ly examined by competentexperts.
Their extent is not yet fully
known, but surpasses all previous
reports of it. Mr. Napoleon Graf,
of the famous Barrancas mine, has
located some 9,000 acres, ou every
part of which coal is found. Ou
getting down from the surface the
coal Is found in great purity.
Analysis now shows 90 to 91 per
cent, of carbon, no trace of sulphur
and little or no silex. The ash is
white and feathery as that of wil
low charcoal. The facility with
which a railroad can be built from
these coal beds to Guaymas gives
them great value, and will In time
make that port a center of reduc
tion works for the base metal ores
of Southern Arizona. Gen. Rose
eram has gone down there now,
and is liable to get hold of some
thing good.— Yuma Sentinel.
San Francisco Chronicle.
The San Francisco 'daily Chroni
cle will hereafter be delivered at
fifteen cents per week. Such is the
announcement made by Messrs.
Louis Lewin i Co., the newly ap
pointed agents in this city. Agreat
newspaper, like tho Sau Francisco
Chronicle, is a source of much in
struction and enjoyment and no
family, no oltlco should be without
it. Messrs. Lewin & Co. assure us
that they will spare no trouble nor
expense to maUo first deliveries
promptly; subscribers, however,
wouldobligo them much by leaving
their address at their store, Nos. 14
aud 16 Spring street, or at the
Postolllce News Depot.
(From our own correspondent )
Editor Herald: Now that Ihe
raius seem to bo over, it is found
that tlie injury to grain by tho
late rains was greatly exaggerated.
In fact there Is very little indeed of
tho grain that was knocked down
that has uot already risen sufficient
The tifty-niuth anniversary of
tlie establishment of tho Order of
Odd Fellows on this continent was
celebrated at Pomona on Friday
last, by the Pomona Lodge, in
grand style.QThe Hall was beauti
fully festooned with evergreens,
and thy tables laid out in a style of
such beauty and elegant taste that
it is certainly deserving of special
mention, to the credit of Mrs. Siras
Burdick, Mrs, John Eagau, Mrs. J.
E. McComas and Mrs. Hilleman,
the ladies who had them in charge.
The exercises commenced in the
school-room, under the Hail, with
prayer by the chaplain, followed
with a poem read by Mr. Barrett,
and this with tho oration by Mr.
Thomas Mercer. After the oration
the assembly adjourned to the Hull
above, where the heavily laden ta
bles awaited them. After dinner
the tables were hastily removed,
and an impromptu dauce was ar
ranged for the remainder of the af
ternoon. In the eveuing a brilliant
assemblage again met In the Hall,
and "the light fantastic" was
tripped till the wee Hint' hours.
The whole affair was delightful and
enjoyable, anil the Pomona Lodge
of Odd Fellows may well congratu
late themselves on its succesis.
The Pomona Masonic Lodge is
now talking of celebrating in a
similar way the day of their patron
.Saint, St. John tlie Baptist (the
tilth of June.) They will bo behind
hand if they fail to do it.
Great preparations nre being
made here for tho May Day picnic
Your correspondent, the other
duy, paid a visit to the elegant
residence, in this place, of Mr.
Louis Phillips. Mr. Phillips was
one of the first settlers in this val
ley, and is now one of our largest
ranchers, owning hundreds of
acres here, aud thousands in San
Diego county. At the same time
Mr. Phillips has attended to having
a beautiful home. His large two
aud a half story brick dwelling is
surrounded With pretty brick walls,
while the grounds are laid out with
elegant taste, and studded with
beautiful blooming roses, century
plants, palms, India rubber plants,
lilacs aud other choice plants, giv
ing the place a rare and tropical
appearance. Mr. Phillips has on
his home place several large or
ange decs, which were transplant
ed hero from Los Angeles a couple
of years ago, (the trees then being
about 20 years old), without losing
one. One of the trees was supposed
to be dead, having remained from
the time it was transplanted with
out putting forth a shoot until this
spring, and it is now covered with
green sprouts. Mr. Phillips has
also on his place tho China plum
and Japanese persimmon, anil other
choice fruits, lie has au npplo or
chard that has tho reputation of
bearing tho finest apples iv the
county. It is ou dry land, and yet
ho never irrigates it. He attrib
utes his fine quality of fruit to this
absence of water from the trees.
Other orcharJists might take a
hint from this.
The HERALD grows in favor heie
every week, as you know by the
indications from your subscription
Spadra, April 30, 1878.
Crossing the San Gabriel.
On Friday evening and Saturday
morning last we are informed thai
the following "might have been
seen:" A party of Cornpton's fair
est ladies and most worthy young
men starting in a spring wagon
for the District Dodge of Good
Templars ut the settletneut of Ar
tesia. The attractiveness of the
ladies, the worthiness of the object
and the bountiful weather, all
combined to make a happy party,
impatient to reach their destina
tion. In due course of time tho
San Gabriel river was reached, and
a crossing was attempted. The
water was high, there was some
quicksand, one of the two horses
was untrained, aud, iv the middle
of the stream either refused to or
could not go farther. Here was an
emergency that required to be met
by prompt and vigorous action. So
manly boots and stockings were
pulled oft, coats doffed, pantaloous
rolled up, aud manly arras lifted
precious female burdens and
carried them across the angry
waters to diy land, and up,
up, a quarter of a
mile away, out of sight
of the scene of tho disaster. Then
walked lonesomely back tho young
men, and stripping themselves
naked marched into the stream and
after much work succeeded in get
ting horses and wagon once again
on tho shore they had just left. At
three o'clock on Saturday morning,
when the silence of midnight pre
vailed in the little town of Corap
ton, a party of disappointed, spirit
less young ladies und gentlemen
rode quietly into the town and
stealthily sought their respective
homes, and "never said nothing to
nobody." But v little bird perched
on a tree saw It all.
IMvlvlel I'mirt Skfulvcda. J.
Tuesday, April 30,
Mace vs. Merrill—Set for May
28th, at 10 a. m. | for trial.
Wilkinson vs. Merrill—Same ac
County Curt STEPHENS, J.
Tuesday, April 30.
J. H. I.ueas vs. J. E. Eberle.—
Motion for new trial set for May
7th| at 10 a. m.
Pi-obato Court Stephens J.
Tuesday, April 30.
Estute anil guardianship of Maria
E. E. Winston, a minor.—Return
of sale of real estate confirmed.
Stevens vs. Williams—Case tried
and decree ordered to enter as
Sautous vh. Roth Bros.—Case
tried aud decree ordered to enter as
People vs. Wohg Chu Shut—
Sheriff ordered to bring defendant
to this county for trial.
Arizona Mining News.
The annexed items are from tlie
Yuma.S'enfineJ of April 27th:
Whoever contemplates "short
ing" McCrackeu stock had lirst
better take a look at mine and
mill. He will find only six miners
on a shift, breaking ore from a
twenty-eight to thirty-five foot
breast, and supplying a twenty
stamp mill. He will find nobody
on the dumps sorting ore, aud he
will find the retorts hot most of the
time. This is an Arlzoua property
that is being developed.
The Washington mine has been
sold to J. B. Haggiu, of the ilim of
Haggin &Tevis, San Francisco, by
W. S. Edwards and others. It
lies about 75 miles southeast of
Tucson. It oarrrles an ore body 60
feet witlo by 400 feet long, whose
average assays have been $130 per
ton. Two shafts and cross cuts iv
the ore body fully demonstrate Its
value. Water, wood and grass are
plenty. The new owners have
plenty of money and propose to
erect a mill at once. The Wash
ington is a big mine, and it is a big
thing for Arizona to have such men
take hold of it.
Tho Bismarck mine, of Castle
Dome, has been sold by Win. P.
Miller to J. D. Whitlatcb and S. T.
Dunhuui. Whltlatoh says they
have bought this claim with a view
to making a thorough exploration
under ground. The Bismarck is a
fair average of Castle Dome ledges
ou the surface and Whitlatch
thinks it will be an average at any
depth. No work has been done up
there deeper than two hundred feet,
aud so far the deepest ground has
proved tho best. Dunham repre
sents heavy New York men. If
their prospecting ou the Bismarck
proves satisfactory, they expect
their friends to operate at Castle
Dome ou a large scale.
The Blackburn mine, about a
mile north of Gila Cily.was located
about a month ago ou a three-lnob
stringer of very rich quartz. The
boys followed the stringer down
into a three-foot Vein of quartz bet
ter than anything they got on tho
surface. Itight in the center of the
veiu Is a streak, a few inches wide,
of talcoso slate, or rather of slaty
talc, which is perfectly speckled
with gold. When first taken out it
Is as solt as putty, but gradually
hardens on exposure to the air.
t'hequartz on each side shows rich
in free gold and prospects elegantly.
When Mr. Nealir bought the Cor
morant mill, ho gave the boys the
arrastras there. They are only one
aud a quarter miles away, and at
tho well which used to furnish
water for the mill. The discov
ery of litis streak of talc, so
rich in gold, is Important as indi
cating a matrix of much of Ihe gold
in Arizuia placers, where little or
no quartz is found. F. A. Curtlts,
formerly foreman of the Sentinel
olFioo and C. W. Blackburn are the
The Arizona Sentinel of last Sat
urday says: Feminine vengeance
was qiieerly illustrated last week
near Tucson. Dona Macedonia
Paredes was accidentally diseov
ed at tho bottom of a well, about a
mile from town. On being drawn
up, she stated that Don* Crecenia
Sinohui and Dona Guadalupe Cruz
had put her down there and taken
away her Child, there having been
some quarrel between them.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL ARRIVALS
TUESDAY, April 30.
AII Ball & wl, N V O F Datls, San Fran
X C Vetur, Yuma P I Draper, do
A Hammond, do McMHleu & \v, do
v M Borle, Ban Kit J Wagner, dn
R Davis, sau Juan J E Layng, do
Mrs Luring, Sin Ana Olivine, do
Miss risk, do F X Day, do
Dr Fii Thomas, oily k c Blarney, dn
.1 h steinnrt, dn j m Young,Oakind
8 W Hummel, do 0.1 Session", s.in
J A Berry, Pomona Bernardino
.1 It Van Nuys, S F Huucli
KU<>ll .1 UUS,»S, OII.I.KTrEA fIIHSON'H THAN
sokiptoip Rsooans, apah, ho. ikts.
Ruberi. Hall lo Joseph F NaJeau-S
acres In See 81 IIBBtWIBIiI 11.
Wm Hall to saiu„'-2l acres In Sen 21 T 4
8 R 9 W; 11.
Joseph X Nndeaa to Wm Hall—%W H
ol »W !i BeoITSB RISWi 11.
Claud Pacliour to Eugene Germain -0.72
acres, bounded N by Keyes, W by Denl
Annie Hauslio to Jnsera Baldonado—
Lot 17, blk 4, E I. A; 117;,.
Jose Ma itatnircz to Oovsrnraenl of US
-Lois 1 and 2, sec 31. T2 S 1111 Wl 11.
has fraucisco stock and kx
cuanou no a iti>.
San Francihgo, April 33
Oplitr 28W13M I Conlldcnce 3 50
Oon v» ls;4®!l H Nev 3 70<g,3 66
Uexicui sy<<stH I Utah 8 uxt47fi
OAs 0 uHmH Bullion 360
B & r 13 00 Exchoquer...2 Uo@l 90
California '25"4®H I Overman s-VsiS
savaiie IQH9H Justice (iV*s>s
Oliollar '24>f<gl25 Onion 3 Hist) 3:>
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Omwn Pciiui3 oo@;> is I Alts 7H<a»K
V Jacket <s\. I Julis 2 most'l 70
Imperial 10 i CaleUonia... 1 '250)1 30
Alpha 6 50 Solid Silver 2 20
Ujlohur 2 00(3)2 80 |
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Hi k SU Exchequer 1 D5-IJ2
Bureau Con 53 Opliir WgW-i
lackson i% II & N 7
Alps 2 Coo Va llVall'j,
Bella W4 Union 3 0■«:! 65
Manhaltan 0 overman 81-i
O Prize :l!'i Alta 7!j«7'-,
Modoe 2', Julia 2 75w3 » r i
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S KiiiK .....15 s Nevada BAOOB 55
Uoldn Terra. SUaVM Mexican *H
Rodin ly, B & B 11
HKUis Ull b Cr Point 3 20/<3 15
S V W Co SSM h Helcher 2 1106(2 B8
Savage Jacket s)i
Oallforula 2)1, Bullion 8
To the Ladies.
Madame V. Ponet having found
her old store on Commercial street
too contracted for a proper display
of her immense slock of tlie latest
styles of millinery and ladies'
fancy goods, informs her old cus
tomers ami the ladies of JjOS Ange
les generally that she has removed
a portion oi" her new stock to the
store at No. 78, Lanfraneo LSlock,
which she has fitted up in a superb
manner, and where she will to-day
open a full assortment of the new
est and most elegant Parisian
modes. Au elegant stock will also
be kept at the old store on Com
CHITTEND -KNDENNING — In
Kanta Olai 17th, by the ltev. Or
rin Critten George M. Critten
den, of We , tv Miss Mury Glun
denning, ol Java.
Ask your grocer for Star cheese.
It is a homo production, cheaper
aud better than the imported ar
Troui a Dlsttiiirnisnea Jnrlst.
" t have tried tue Peruvian sykup, aud
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a new man ol'me, Infused in
to my system new vigor and energy. I
am no longer tremutous and debilltuted
as when you last saw mo, but stronger,
heartier, and with a larger capacity for
labor—mental nnd physical—tban at any
time daring the last live years. Sold by
Do II al Onco!
Persons who have become thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have their
circulation at onco restored by taking in
to tho stomach a toaspoonful of Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed In a little cold
water, well sweetened.
Lyon's Katuairon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its fall
lug out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 years Is cbariniugly perfumed
and bus no rival.
Every farmer who owns a good slock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, and intends to
keep them through the winter should at.
once get a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders. One dollar's
worth will save ut least a ball a ton of
Henry Bond,of Jellerson, .Maine,was
cured ol spitting blood, soreness aud weak
nessof tlie stomach, by tho use of John
•on's Anodyne Liniment internally.
A Wide-Awake Youth's Paper.—
For Judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, and sprlghly, eutertaiulng
reading,the Youth'-i Comixutiun, of Boston
has no superior among the youth's publi
A Remrkablc Cure.
West Townskno, Vt, May 11, 18(10.
Mi ssks. S W, FOWLS 4 Sons.
Gentlemen— Several years since I took
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
wliero it remained without relaxation. I
was tlieu in Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable to attend lo
my business, 1 returned home and com
menced searching in earnest for some
medicine which won hi restore my lost
health, 1 consulted physician.** and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help and daily g.ew worse, I had a ter
rible eotlgQ and raised a good deal oi
blood. I had profuse Bight sweats and
severe pain in my side. 1 continued in
this state for months,and became so weak
that it was with great difficulty I could
walk, when J was advised to try Wistak's
Balsam of Wild ciiicrky, and, to
my groat Joy I soon ioundt.iat this rem
edy hud arrested Iho Disease. I contin
ued to use the Balsam to the extent oftlve
bottles and have, since then experienced
no difficulty of the lungs. I boMeve the
Balsam saved my life aud I shall ever bold
It in high estimation.
LKWIS I'll EI, PS,
MISGELL ANEO VS.
F tJ E3 L
Cheaper than Wood
Lob Angeles Gas Co.,
AT TBE] a YARD ON ALISO 8 r REET.
$15.50 PER TQN.
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
lam prepared io sell, at unprecedent
ed ly low flgures, eighty thousand apple
tree*, of the most approved varletlas.
Those who propose to set out orchards
would do well to call and examine my
I am also prepared to sell I'EAK
and other orchard trees, on favorable
term?. My object In sacrificing these
trees Is to n tire from the nursery bus!
a. D. COMPTON,
COMPTON, Lob Angel en Co., Cal
HOU 3 E
Has facilities for doing JOB
ern California. Power and
Job Presses run by steam se
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.
1878. NEW YORK. 1878.
As tho lime approaches for tlte renewal of
subscriptions, tlie Bun would remind its
frlenils and well-wishers everywhere, that it
is again a candidate for their consideration
and support. Upon its record for the past
teu years it relUs for a continuance ot tha
hearty sympathy and generous co-operation
which has hitherto been extended to it trom
every quarter ol tbe Union.
The uaily Sun is a four page sheet of 23 col.
umns, price by .mail, post paid, 65 cents a
month, or $C.si) per year.
Tho Sunday edition of tho Sun is an eigbt
page sheet of 6li columns. While giving the
news of the day, it also contains a large
amount of literary and miscellaneous matter
specially prepared for it. Tho Sunday Sun
has met with great tuccess. Tost paid II.'JU
The Weekly Hun.
Who does not know the weekly Sun? Xt
circulates throughout the United States, the
Oansdas, and beyond. Ninety ihousand fam
ilies greet Its welrouno pages weekly, and
regard it in the light ot guide, counsellor aud
friend. Its news, editorial, agricultural and
literary departments make It essentially a
louriial for the family and the fireside.
Terms: One Dnllar a year, post paid. This
price, quality considered,makes it the cheap
est newspaper published. For clubs of ten,
with 110 caßh, wa will send an extra oopy
PUBLISH KB OF TBE SUN,
novS-tf New York Oity.K. T.
1" Ii i: i; LIBRARY
MAY 28th, 29th & 30th,
AT 2.30 P. M., AT
SUMNER W.BUOBEE, Manager.
Chorus of 2000 Voices!
IMMENSE ORCHESTRA! ELECTRIU-
Iiy, Artillery and Telephone!
Carl Zerrahn, Boston, John P. Morgan
and R. Herold, Sau Francisco; M. W.
WHITNEY, tho oreatest Living Basso;
Helen Ames Billings, Miss Abide Clark,
w, H Fessenden.of Boston, and many
other celebratod soloists.
Sale of Tickets begins at Sherman,
Hydo & Co.'s, San Francisco, Aprlli2S.li.
SEASON TICKETS, for three days, 16.C0.
Single Tickets from $1 to $2, according
to location. No extra charge for reserved
seats. Orders by mall will receive prompt
attention, CHAS. BCHUTZ,
ap23lm Ticket Aleut.
IN AID OF THE ERECTION OF
Good Templar Block.
One Hundred Musicians
Place ami date will be announced
in due time.
Ad mission, - - - -SI.OO
ANNUAL MAI FEST !
GIVEN BY THE
SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1878,
Tho Commilh'C ol Arrangements will
use every effort lo make tbls the mcst
enjoyable picnic of the season. a2Btd
LEHEV.AN & CO.
Gompletest and Most Select
STOCK IN THE CITY,
OW PRICES THE LOWEST AND SE
LECTIONS THE BEST.
Etepalring & Upholstery Work
MADE A SPECIALTY.
ear Call aud see us before purchasiug
129 & 131 MAIN ST..
mistr Mcdonald block.
UO TO IUE
No. 57 SPRING Si., Near First.
Where the FINEST ASSORTMENT of
BREAD AND CAKES
In the city Is to he found. WEDDING
CAKES A SPECIALTY,
mil-lni HENRY SCHUMACHER.
I A OIRL to do general housework. En
quire at the Cape House. a.lO-St
Wanted, by a young man who haa bad §
considerable business experience, a alto.- '
utiou where he can make himself gener- n
ally useful. First class references. Ad
dress M., Herald office. a27-lw
Fifty or one hundred acres of land ,
plougliedaud planted with oorn on shares |
or otiierwise. Land situated about nine f
miles soutn of city. Address O. P. 0.,
Postofllce Box No. 85. a27-St
Kstray Horse. \
ONE SORREL, about three years old,
shoes on, clipped mane, Spanish brand. 1
The owner can hare it by paying for this
adyortlsement and charges. Call at this 1
A lady first-class professor of piano
and singing, wishes to obtain board and
lodging In a private family in exchange
fo>- leacbing either music or German.
The countiy preferred, on account of
health. Address Mrs. Augusta Harlvle,
l'leo House, or Or. Corbett, Postoffle*
Bulldlug, Los Angeles. a24-lw
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
By the Lake Vineyard Land aud Water
Association, the best Orange and Meinl- :
Tropical Fruit, Laud in the Htate. Wafer I
rlelil goes with tlie land. Apply to the
orhce of P. Beaudry, No. 81 Now High St.
apistf F. W. WOOD, (secretary.
A HOUSE ON FORT STREET. No. 68. 1
two blocks from Court House, of eleven
rooms and bath room. Apply at the 1
premises, from 10 *.M. to 3 l". m., or at tbe 8
otnco or It. j). PITT, Broker, Downey J
Block, under the stairs. ap27-lw
A IKW FURNISHED PLEASANT I
RuOMS, In a good locality. Apply at 1
One or more rooms,with board, hoi and j
cold water bath, etc. Persons visiting
Los Angeles will find tbis one of the t
pleasaniest. locations in town. Address t
P. v. Box 1107. mli2itf
A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture, m
kitchen furniture and water, at No. 131 :f
Buena Vista street, Los Angeles. Rent, m
*1W per month, payable in advance. Ad
dress G. W. W., Herald office- in r 6-If
$1 to §1000 to Loan,
AT THE SPAR LOAN BROKE It
"office.* " ' I
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL, ST. \
Will advance on collaterals |1 to 91000. 1
on alt kinds of personat property, suoh
us watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, silver and IT. S. Ourien
cy bouttut and sold. nllif
FOR S-A-XjIE. j
CHOrCE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which were heretofore reserved by Glas- | [
sell A Cbapman, are vow offered for sale
orrent. ass-RAILKOAD DEPOT VKKY
Apply IoCAPT.GLASSELL.In Temple
Block, Lv- Angeles, or M. F. PARKallt,
Sunny Rooms and Beard. J
Ueutlemeu and their wives and single
gents can be accommodated with board ||
aud fine, large,front, sunny rooms,con- \l
talnlng all modern conveniences and V'
home comforts, at tbe
New High street, only one block
from tbe rostoflice and Court House, and
commands a charming view of mountain
and valley. Jeistr
Money to Loan,
ON GITY PROPERTY, AT REA
Apnly to C. CAROT, !
ie2otf 31 Temple Block. j
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third and Hill sts. :j
earBOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. ol2tf
An IRON-GRAY HORSE, with black
heud. Anyone finding ihe same will
please notify DR. PoKiER, 15 Franklin
TO LET, CHEAP!
THE LARGEST HALL IN
85x100feet and is', foot celling. Adjoin
ing the Pico House, on Main st. Inquire
of WM. ABBOTT, on the premises.
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been remove 1 from VIGNOKF. I'd
Cardona Mock, 118 Main St.,
Oppeslto the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
«*»-Prescriptions prepared with great
HEINZEMAN & ELLIS,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
V%S Main (Street.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES,
PUREST DRUGS and PATENT MEDI.
. clues of all kinds, sr Prescriptions oare
lully compounded day and night, noa-tf-t
[ HUGO Itlt LMEH, I
, PROPRIETOR or Til X
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE, j*
, CAN NOW B« POUND AT
P*o. <5 SPRING ST., 4
I At tho Key West Cigar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA- W
i VANA TOBACCO Into clgaraof approved. ' 3
brands. Ho al o deals In all fines of m
Smoker,' Articles. Give him a call,