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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
The Herald Steam Printing
'ouse makes a specialty of Legal
rlnting. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
i in ted at low rates.
reutonia Saloon, 123 Main Street.
The celebrated Fredericks
burgh Lager Beer will be, from
this day, on draught and be kept
all through the Summer monthson
ice. Hot lunch from 11 to "o'clock;
all delicacies always on hand.
Tony Faber,
my29lf Manager.
Ponet & Orr
Have removed their Under
taking and Picture-Frame
Warerooms to tho store formerly
occupied by R. Sotelo, No. 45 Main
street, under the Lafayette
Hotel. my 2ml
Reduced Prices.
I oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., at the following reduced pri
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WINDOW SASH.
SxlO $1 35
9x12 1 50
9x13 1 65
13x12 1 05
10x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x36 3 35
15x40 3 50
Other sizes iv proportion.
DOORS.
2.6x6.6x1 inoh $1 60
3.6x6.6x1}, moulded 1 00
2.8x6.8x11 " 2 12
2.8x6.8x11 " 2 25
2.10x6.10x11 " 250
3x7x11 " „ 2 76
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
B. Bapiiakl.
Im-sepl27
Great bargains for the next sixty
days at Meyerstein's, 49 Main
street, under the Lafayette Hotel.
Artistic Photography.
Mr. Charles Hasselman takes
pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic of Los Angeles and surrounding
cities that be has formed a partner
ship with Mr. F. Parker, the gen
ial photographer of No. 65 Main
street, Downey Block. The linn
engages itself to do nothing but
first-class work, equal to tho best
done in the Eastern States and
Europe. Portraits in oil colors,
pastel, coloied and black crayons,
water colors, India ink, etc., at re
duced prices. Reproductions from
any kind of old foiled pictures taken
in a superior style. Every kind of
re-touching done for the trade.
F. Parker,
Chas. Hasselman,
65 Main Street, Downey Block,
lm,may?
The dry goods and novelty store
of Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
sult to the ladies of Los Angeles.
Mr. Prager has one of the most ex
tensive and recherche stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
and there is absolutely nothing
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not be found in his
store. He has been guided in his
purchases by a t borough knowledge
uf the requirements of this section,
and the latest fashions and novel
ties may be at all times inspected
at No. 6 Commercial street. Give
him a call. my 7
Notice.
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
quena street, near Main, opposito
the United States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will be
carried on iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, wilh or
without escorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters iv every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
on hand. Joe Bayer.
oct4 tf
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
have made arrangements to receive
monthly cargoes of tbe famous Ph.
Best Brewing Company's export
lager beers. These beers are made
at Milwaukee and bottlid by the
Messrs. Stamm & Meyer. The
first of tbe cargoes 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, and at the
Inter-State Fair held at Chicago.
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McKenzie's.
Uo to McKenzie's, 129 Main
street, Ponet block, for the finest
domestic and imported liquors aud
wines, by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
quors is guaranteed, and McKen
eie's iiost 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
-«'»"•' 1 * be excelled
Oysters,
aches of all
aud. Give
n and Re
the U. S.
o9
its, wagon
;o to John
. street, op-
He sells
of canvas
iv Los An
' by band or
aud tents
ut. feStf
Burton, at
prietress of
ing Estab
ralds, curls
honest uo
iraigbtened
bape. Per
quality al
i 1-lm-eod.
er.
and diatrib
advertlsing
la Controls
prominent
jfflee.'No. 3
ap2(itf
ly moke, at
the ;y, At MEYERSTEIN'S, 49 MAIN ST R^" 1 TT " dler the Lafayette Hotel.
SUNDAY JUNE 9, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing lion so.
The facilities of the Herald Steam
Printing House for doing Job work arc not
surpassed lv California outside of Kan
Francisco and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will ho executed wilh neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
rates.
sl'Kllll NOTICE.
Hereafter notices of companies, socie
ties, churches, etc, will only ho inserted
In the Herald as paid advertisements,
We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every
Sunday morning.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams ami Reports for
the henentof Commerce nnd Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los Au
geles, Cal., Junes, 1878.
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H
A. .V.
P. M.
1'. M.
Mnximutn Thermometer, 73.
Minimum " 6U.
J. If, Fkantz, Observer.
CHURCH CHIMES.
Protestant Episcopal — St. Paul's
Mission—Kcv. James Alhecromble.D. D .
In charge. Full services, with sermon, 1 n
Ihe Georglastreet School House, nearFl
gueroastreet, at l 1 a.m.
Catholic Cathedral. —Main street,
below First. First Mass Ht aa. m.; last
mass, at 10 a.m.; Catechism ut 2 30 p. m.;
vespers at 7 p. m.
Old Catholic Church. — Opposite
tho Plaza. Firs', mass at 5:30 A. M.I sec
ond mass at 7A. M.; last mass at 9a. bi ;
Catechism at 3 P. m.; vespers at 4 p. m.
St. Athanaisius Episcopal Church.
— Corner of Temple and New High"
slrects. Roy. Wm. H. Hill, Rector. Ser
vices at 11 a, M. and 7:45 p.m. Sunday
Sohool at 12'/,. M. Seals free, and ull cor
dially Invited.
Fort st. M. E. Church. — Rev. George
S.Hlckey, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a.m..
an d 7p. m. sabbath School at "V, p. M
Class meeting Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
Trinity m. E. Cnuitcn South.—Spring
street, between First and Second. Rev.
Millard Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sabbath nt 11 a. m. nnd 7 p. M. Hun
day School 9.-80 A.M. Prayer meeting 7:15,
every Wednesday evening.
Battlst Church.—Spring street, be
tween Fourlh and Fifth sties s. Services
at 11 A. and 7 P. v. Sunday School
directly after morning service Seats free
and tlie publio aro cordially invited
Prayer meetings Thursday evenings.
Presbyterian Church.—Rev. T. M.
Cunningham, D. D. services at Good
Templars' Hall, every Sunday at 11 a. m.
and ly, p. m. Sunday School Immediately
after morning service.
First Conoreoational Church.—
New High street. Rev. D. T. Pnckard,
Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7P. M.
Sunday School at l-'K,. All aro cordially
invited.
Unitarian Services — Union Hall,
Spring street, Itev. John D. Wells, Min
ister. Services every Sumlny ut 11 A. M.
Sunday Kctiocl nftornoon at 12:15. Seats
free. All arecordlully invited.
Chuhcii of Christ.—Preaching In the
Court House by the Palter. John C Hay,
at 11 a. M and 7p. m. Sunday School at
10 a. M.
Evangelical Lutheran Church—
Itev, A. Gejer, Paster—Services in Union
Hall every Sunday nt 10:80 A. M. and 7:30
p. M. Sunday School at 9::J0 A. m.
LOCAL BREVITIES
Don Pablo Pryor, of the Boca de
la Playa raucho, Ii paying Los An
geles a visit.
A splendid lot of Frederick s
btirgh beer has just been received
at the Teutottl* saloon.
We had the pleasure of meeting
Judge Dick Egan, of San Juan
Capistrano, in the city yesterday.
There aro three District Judges
all lo "oncsl" in Los Angeles,
Judges Fawcelt, Sepuiveda and
MacNealy.
The loser of a ring with blood
stone set can recover the same by
applying at the S. P. R. R. depot.
See advertisement.
Los Angeles people ut San Fran
cisco hotels on the 7th: B. 0. Tru
man, Palace: J. J. Ayers, Cosmo
politan; N. Miller, Russ Houso.
What are we going to have next?
The Jubilee is gathered as an alms
of oblivion Into the wallet of time
and wo ought to hit upon squie
thlng new.
At the meeting of the Los Ange
les Couuty Medical Society on Fri
day evening last, a paper on "The
Effect of Climate on Pulmonary
Diseases," was read by Dr. La
throp.
We have been rcqucstoj by Rev.
Mr. Wells, pastor of the Unitarian
Church, lo state that tho regular
services of that congregation will
be held at the usual hour at Union
Hall Ibis morning.
A union Sunday School will be
held in the big tent at 2 o'clock
this afternoon to hear an address
from Mrs. Emily P. Stevons, Gen
eral Superintendent of Juvenile
Temples and State President of
Bands of Hope.
England declared her purpose to
stand neutral in the contest be-
Russia and Turkey; also the artistic
babers ou Temple street have de
clared their purposo to give you a
clean shave on Sunday for fifteen
cents. Give them a trial.
Mr. Rome O. Vickers, formerly
couueeted with the Atar of this
city, left for San Francisco yester
day. Mr. Vickers, we understand,
will take a posit inn on the Alta, a
paper with which he was ut one
time oonueoted as reporter.
T)iere is beginning to he a gener
ally diffused suspicion in Los An
geles that a reverend temperauce
lecturer has, In alarming propor
tions, what in the laity is denomi
nated "cheek." Certain musicians
aud vocalists hud imbibed this im
pression early.
An average of at least thirty tons
of flour a day comes to Los Angeles
for consumption in this city aud Hi
tributaries. The Lankershim at
Van Nuys Hour mill will change
all this. We shall not ouly make
our own flour but a good deal for
export, besides.
The members of tbe full oliorus
at the Jubilee were as follows:
Miss T. S. Hall, Mary H. Harald,
Ida Nelson, Mrs. Fanulng, Madame
Marra, Miss Van Santen, Miss
Ella Wyatt, Miss E. 8. Harris,
Miss Jes6ie Toler, Mrs. Mayo, Miss
Miss Anua Clapp, Miss L. M. Bry
ant, Miss Cummings, Miss Ida
Somersett, Mrs. Henry Fuller,
Miss Amanda Sulsey, Miss Bene,
Miss Bpcedy, Mrs. A. H. Judson,
Misa Schwatka, Mrs. Blan
ehard, Mrs. Stratton, Misa H.
McGuire, Mrs. Dr. McGuire,
Miss Fannie Lockhart, Miss Em
ma McGuire, Miss Eliza Auderson,
Miss Lottie Lockhart, Miss Anna
Colburn, Miss Minnie Hall, Miss
Kate Brosseau, Miss Estella Thom
as, Miss Ada Bovles, Miss M.
Hobbs, Mrs. \V. B. Abernathy,
Miss Anna Stewart, Miss Ella Dar
lington, Miss Bußaell, Miss Lillie
Witherow. Messrs. C. E. Parker, J.
W. Beane, J. H. Willing, I. Blix,
0. Harold, J. It. Millard, J. B. Mc-
Manis, T. D. Henderson, W. O.
Swan, Jr., C. Ooolidge, Mr.
Hasselmau, A. L. Jeffrey, J. F.
Hawk, Miss Claribel Nichols, Miss
F. Lucas, Miss Alice Lockhart,
Miss W. B. Oust, Messrs.
C. A. Darlington, M. E. Wood,
Samuel Rees, J. V. MoLean, —
Lark, D. L. Parker, L. F. Quimby,
Fred Berry, Chas. Lash, Dr. Corbett
M. Russell, Mrs. Mayo, Geo. W.
Clapp, M. Abernathy, C. T. Adams,
J. W. Lay, H. It. Brown, A. M.
Thornton, C. W. La Fetra, E. C.
Bradt, Wm. Hobbs, Geo. Manon,
S. J. Mathes, C. B. Wood head,
L. D. Smith, J. H. Book, D. K.
Bryant, P. Sptnce, B. F. Fanning,
Mr. Carter.
About (wo hundred Woiklng-
Dien and Farmers were present at
the mass meeting in front of
Downey Block last night. A brass
band was present and enlivened
the crowd by muaic at the proper
iutervals. Tlie meeting was or
ganized by the election nf Thomas
McKee, a farmer from Florence, as
President, and Jesse H. Butler,
Secretary. After a few remarks
from tho Chairman, a poem, com
posed for the occasion, was read by
Mr. Butler. Speeches were made
by J. P. West, Edward Evey and
Judgo Thompson, candidates for
delegates t • the Constitutional
Convention, and by Messrs. Kin
ley, Pitt, Hughes und Page, all of
whom were listened to with atten
tion. About 11 o'clock the meeting
broke up.
Attention is directed to tlie card
of Mrs. Reglna Mast Dixon, of the
Normal Institute, who gives notice
to all who may wish to prepare to
enter the profession of teachers or
who may wish to fit themselves for
promotion, that the Institute will
remain open during the Summer,
Mrs. Dixou, sluco her advent in
Los Augeles, has established a rep
ututioii us one eminently qualified
to teach the art of teaching, ami we
would advise all who aspire to be
come efficient teachers to avail
themselves of Ihe opportunity af
forded by her.
Mr. Smurr, of the S. P. R. It,
informs us I hat the receipts of
freight at the Depot havo been
fifty per cent, larger this year than
nt this timo last year. Owing to
the retrenched wool crop, aud to
the fact that most of the shipments
of produce abroad have been by
water, we have not made so good a
showing in our exports.
Our office was inundated yester
day by clergymen and their repre
sentatives who repudiate Mr. Al
len's assumed right to adjourn
(heir churches for thn morning
aervice. Tlie Baptist, Fort Street
Methodist, Episcopal, Presbyte
rian, Congregationalist aud Uni
tarian churches will all hold their
usual morning services.
The Board of Water Commis
sioners for the Los Nietos Irriga
tion District have organized by the
elect) on of the following officers:
O. P. Pussons, Prcsldeut; H. Sea
ler, Clerk; General Sanford, Treas
urer. J. P. Fleming was appointed
Water Overseer.
The picnic of the French Benev
olent Society, at the Arroyo Seco
to day, promises to be a most de
lightful uffitir. The Committee of
Arrangements have provided c very
species of amusement usual at such
entertainments, and we have no
doubt all who attcud will have an
enjoyable time.
Col. Peter Saxo left yesterday
for San Luis Obispo where he will
meet his son, Mr. Polk Saxe, who
is bringing down a herd of
thoroughbred bulla to sell In that
section. Col. Saxe will remain In
San Luis until tlie stock is Bold,
when he will return to Loa Ange
les.
li| the match game of base ball
between the Orange Club, of
Orange, and the Nameless, of this
city, at the race track yesterday,
thirteen tunings were played, re
sulting in a tie, the score being 14
and 14. No time was fixed to settle
the question of the championship.
For those who desire to be
thoroughld clean, Hughes's Rus
sian baths, nearly opposito the
Pico House, Hie the thing. Taken
in connection with his electrical
battery, they are a sovereign reju
venator.
Chief Harris informs us that five
of the bunko sharps, finding their
movements too closely watched for
the profitable operation of their
game in this city, left yesterday, by
train und steamer, for other fields
ami pastures new.
COURT REPORTS.
District rourl Fawcktt, J.
Saturday, June 8, 1878.
Botello vs. Kahsberetal—Passod
till Friday next.
West vs. Weal—Motion to strike
out portion of complaint coutlnued
by consent until further order of
Court.
L. A. City vs. Butler—Twenty
days.furtberstay granted.
Sepuiveda vs. Johnson. Argued
aud submitted.
L. A. City vs. Bcaudry—Ten
days further time to file briefs.
HORTICULTURAL PAVILION.
Tho Beaudry 01ft Accepted.
The largest publio meeting of the
season was held at Union Hall
yesterday, on the occasion •of the
regular monthly meeting of the
Southern California Horticultural
Society. It was known that the
question of locating the pavilion
would come up us the main topic
for discussion and action; and, as
the friends of tho various sites of
fered had worked up a good degree
of enthusiasm, lively times were
anticipated. During the past week
new members were enrolled by
Secretary Holt aud dues were paid
by delinquent members iv order to
give them a chance to express
their preference when tho final
vote was taken. Early yesterday
morning the Secretary's office was
visited by anxious horticulturists
and others, and any one would nat
urally Infer, lo see the cash come
in and the certificates of member
ship go out, that hard times bad
permanently taken leavo of tills
section of the State, and that the
flush times of '73 had again come.
Up to tho hour of meeting the
throng increased, aud at eleven
o'clock Union Hall was so densely
packed that standing room was at
a premium. The frieuds of the
Kivara & Vignola property, on
Main and Fifth streets, felt confi
dent of success; M. J. Newmark,
on behalf of the business men, of
fered to build a fine pavilion on
Commercial street, giving the Hor
ticultural Society a permanent Tree
lease of the same, and W. L. J.
Moulton, of the Los Angeles und
Independence Railroad Company,
proposed to sell the fine San Pedro
street depot property for $7,500, on
easy terms; but the munificent
gift of ex Mayor Beaudry of a
block of land ou the north side of
Temple street, 1500 feet from
Temple Block, with a frontage
of 200 feet aud a depth of
nearly 300 feet, had taken the eye
of the outsider as well as city
members ami the meeting let no
opportunity pass to show its hearty
approval of this site whenever the
sutiject was mentioned. Parlia
mentary tactics were skillfully
used by both friends anil opponents
ofthe Beaudry proposition until a
vote was finally reached, at 2
o'clock P I[.< upon a resolution of
fered by Mr. Truntum, to accept Mr.
Beaudry's liberal gift. A roll call
wus demanded nud the Secretary
waded through the large member
ship list of some five hundred
names in order to give tlie two
hundred present a chance to vote.
Prior to iho roll call the three
hours' session bad tired out many
and at least one hundred members
had left to attend to urgent Satur
day work. The roll call finished,
the Presideut anuouueed the result
as 131 for the Beaudry proposition
t057 against it, which result was
received with deafening applause.
We learn that the utmost good
feeling prevails among the mem
bershipand the public generally,
aud that whatever of feeling might
have been engendered during the
two weeks' contest, has pretty
much disappeared in the general
feel lug that the Society has secured
nu invaluable properly. All will
now take hold and give the Society
a general lift in raising funds with
which to erect the building.
We cannot let this opportunity
pass without re-echoing the senti
ment so universally expressed that
Mr. Bent, as Vice-President of the
Society and Chairman of the meet
ing, in the absence of Presideut
Shorb, covered himself with glory
by the able manner in which he
presided over tho assemblage. On
future occasions tlie public will
know who to call upon when they
have heavy work for a chairman
to perform.
We learn that the Board of Di
rectors of the Society will hold a
meeting next Tuesday for the pur
pose of completing the work of re
ceiving the property from Mr.
Beaudry und also for putting a sub
scription before the public to raise
funds with which to build. Some
six thousand dollars will be needed,
and, judging from the present in
terest manifested, we think the
task of raising it will not be a
heavy one.
Los Nietos Valley Items.
The subjoined items are from the
Downey Courier of the Bth iust:
There was a slight sprinkle of
rain on Wednesday evening,
though not enough to lay tha dust.
A heavy rain just now would be
apt to lujure the new-mown hay.
Our exports the present week
have consisted of the fallowing:
Corn, 508 sacks, weighing 50,812
pounds; spuds, 46 ssoks, weighing
5,003 pounds; merchandise, 4,9.35
pounds. Total, G9,BtXl pounds.
Our exports for tbe month of
May foot up the magnificent total
or 1,270,851 pounds. Corn, 10,130
sacks, weighing 1,248,332 pound*:
walnuts, 29 sacks, weighing 1,994
pounds; merchandise, 20,505
pounds. Last year was a dry year
—a year of severe drouth—yet the
figures of tbe exports of the pro
ducts of that year, from this
section, are something marvellous.
The harvesting of tho barley
crop Is proceeding rapidly, and tbe
yield of some fields is suid to be
good. A comparatively small
amount of barley Is being threshed
Tlio bay crop will be large. On
many barley ileitis largo droves of
hogs are being fattened. No ship
ments have yet been made. Coru
throughout the valley, according
tv all accounts, Is looking well, and
gives promise of a bountiful yield,
and prospects are good for remu
nerative prioes. It is estimated
that about ten thousand acres of
corn has been and will be planted
in our valley, and with a proper
system of irrigation, now about to
be inaugurated, loss of portions of
the crop from lack of water, will be
in a great measure obviated. The
immense field of corn, planted by
Mr. W. A. Switzer and others, on
the Laguna ranch, between this
place and Los Augeles, looks
thrifty aud will undoubtedly pay
the enterprising farmers a baud
seme profit. The caterpillar pest
destroyed portions of some fields,
hut we understand the insects have
about disappeared.
Cheap prices at Sutherland's mm
store, 75 Main street. 2my7
Da. EULALIA P. DE GUILEN.
Rumored Death of the Oldeat Woman in tie
World-Brief Biographical Sketch.
A rumor was current iv the cily
last night that the venerable Dofia
Eulalia Perez de Quilen, who, it is
claimed, had reached tho patri
archal age of 143 years, had died at
the residence of her daughter, at
the Mission San Gabriel, on Friday
night. We used every exertion to
learu if the rumor was true, hut
were unable to meet any one who
could give us reliable information
on the subject. We are indebted
to our friend Don Juan Warner for
the following brief biography of
the aged deceased:
Doila Eulalia Perez de Gtiilen
was born at Loreto, Baja Califor
nia, where she married and resided
until she became the mother of
two children. With ber two chil
dren, one an infant at the breast,
she accompanied her husband, who
was a soldier and who wus a mem
ber of a small detachment of troops
sent by land from Loreto to San
Diego, uot long after the founding
of missions in Alta California by
the Franciscan Friars.
She remained in San Diego,
where her husband was stationed,
some years, and until Mr. Guilen
was transferred to the mission of
Sau Gabriel, then comparatively
a uew mission, to which place she
accompanied him. She was the
mother of a large family of chil
dren. While living in San Diego
she acted as midwife and after
coming to San Gabriel she followed
that calling both at the Mission
and iv this cily. Many of those
nt whose birth she assisted as mid
wife iv Los Angeles huve
died years since alter having
lived the biblical period of
man's life — three score years
and ten. Her age has not been
known for some years past, which
fact has caused some discussion. It
is claimed by some of her descend
unts and others connected with ber
family, that ber age exceeds oue
hundred aud forty years. Some of
her family or connections at
tempted, übout two years ago, to
take tlie old lady to the Centen
nial, but us other members of her
family were unwilling to have
their ancestor carried oft' to be
shown us a curiosity, proceeding,
were instituted iv tlie courts here
to restrain the commission of
what they looked upon its almost v
sacriligious act. Since then tlie
old lady has lived witli her
daughter, we believe, at the Mis
sion of San Gabriel.
Later—Mr. Fred Kobler, who
was at the Mission yesterday, in
forms us that he got the news of
the death of Sell na de Guilen,
which occurred late on Friday
night or early Saturday morning,
from Postmaster Allen of that
place, whom he met with a party
on tiieir way to visit the remains of
the old lady. Mr. Alien further
informed Mr. Kobler that the fu
neral would take place from the
Mission church this morning.
The Microphone.
1 lie Scientific American supple
ment uf the present week reprodu
ces o. lengthy paper (illustrated)
read ou lho evening of May 9th,
1878, before tho Royal Society of
England, by Prof. Huxley, V. R.
S., on lho " microphone." This
last discovery is tho invention of
an American, Prof. li. S. Hughes
ot Kentucky, although tlie Scien
tific American claims that Mr. Ed
ison has the prior right to the
credit of originating tiie idea upon
which it is made. It combines Ilia
iwo principles of electricity and
carbon iv an instrument otherwise
somewhat akin to the telephone.
It is intended to magnifying weak
sounds, either near by or those
made at a distance. It is intended
to do for faint sounds what the mi
croscope does for objects too small
for human vision. In the paper
referred to it is stated tbat wilh
this instrument, " If a pin, for in
stance, be laid ou or taken off a
table, a distinct sound is emitted,
Or if a lly bo eon lined under a table
glass, we can hear tbe fly walking
with a peculiar tramp of its own.
The beating of a pulse, the tick of
a watch, tho tramp of a fly, oan
thus be heard at least a hundred
miles distant from tlio source of
sound." The application of this
principle to the telephone, will
render its practical success uo long
er doubtful.
Card from Mr. M. H. Kimball.
Editor Hkkald: In answer to
Rev. G. S. Allen's card in last eve
uing's Exprest in regard to what
he understood me to say, and what
I did uot say. On Friday last, at
the sollcitalion of Mr. Allen, I
called on official members of two
churches and asked them to ad
journ their morning service to ihe
tent ou Spring streot. One replied,
"If all the cuurchesdo it, we will."
Another said, "Our master lives in
the country, hut will be in town
ou Saturday, and I will speak to
him about it." Tnis I reported to
Mr. Allen, word for word, und
promised to see Itev. Mr. Packard
that evening nud ask of hint a
similar favor, whijh I did, and was
told that the request would be sub
mitted to the trustees For their con
sideration. This I reported to Mr.
Allen, also, on Saturday. Now,
where does the misunderstanding
come in? I fail to see it. It seemed
to me to be rushing the matter, to
commence late ou Friday after
uoon lo upset all lho regular
church services in the city, aud
pleasantly convene them else
where, ou so short a notice.
Very Respectfully,
M. H. Kimball.
June 8:b.
Xli Perkins says an liis tickets of
admission; "In case nt nu acci
dent to the lecturer, or it he should
die or be hung beforo the evening
of tho disturbance, this ticket will
admit the bearer to a front seat at
tho funeral, where he can sit and
enjoy himself the same as at the
lecture." This explains the rush to
hear Mr. Perkins. The ton san
guine publio foolishly ba u es lis
hopes upon that delusive "if.*'
DOGMATICS.
The Cruel Way In Which Tbe Oily Edicts
sra Carried Oat—A Htrde of Young Buhl
Baiouka.
Yesterday afternoon we entered
tbe corral on Main street, above
First, which has been set apart ns
the dog pouud. We found dogs of
all grades, from the noble New
foundland to curs of low degree.
Sixty iv all were Impounded and
awaiting deatli or the appearance
of their masters. When any word
of kindness was addressed to the
poor brutes they would send up
most piteous appeals. Some of
them had been there two days, aud,
although Chief of Police Harris
assured us they wtre supplied with
food aud water, Ihey rooked as if a
chance bone thrown amongst (hem
would have resulted iv a mortal
struggle which would probably
have been fatal to the smaller
ones.
For some time past our readers
have probably noticed that gangs
of small boys havo been whoop
ing it after certain unfortunate
cars which, were running wild
without collars, contrary to the
municipal statute made aud pro
vided in such cases. These boys
receive a reward for every cur of
low or high degree they may bring
into the pound. Many young na
tive Californlans are in these
gunge, and they are supplied with
lassoes from which the dogs fiy in
the wildest terror.
The stable in which the dogs arc
confined isjust behind the jubilee
tent aud they must have enjoyed
some very flue music, aud perhaps
they contributed to the chorus
some notes, neither expeoted nor
accounted for, during the progress
of that festival.
On our visit to the dogs we encoun
tered Dr. Luppo, of the Society for
tlie Prevention of Cruelty to Ani
mals, who was consulting with
Chief Harris as to tlie advisability
of poisoning, drowning or asphyx
iating tne dogs, the latter process
Consisting of shutting them up iv a
clo-e room and surcharging them
witli a deadly gas which would
render their death painless. Alas!
poor dogs! There aro undoubtedly
some of them which would be un
reasonable euough to be pained by
the idea of being done to death at
all, could their dog-gnned intelli
gence rise to the complexity of
comprehending a canine Tlianu
topds. The S. P. C. A., as repre
sented by Dr. Luppo, favorasphyx
latloD,
Iv conclusion, if your "dorg" has
mysteriously disappeared, you had
better at once pay a visit to the
City Pound, for all which are not
reclaimed by to day will be as
ruthlessly slaughtered to-morrow
as were the babes in tho Tower by
"Richard The Three Times, or,
One Hundred and Eleven," as the
countryman read the play bill.
STOCK REPORT
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H*M ?•«(•■!• Solid Bilv 370
OrownPuinT.4 20((04 35 Eu Can 68®60
V Jacket [email protected]?i Newark lit
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Alpha ll'.mil \ O Prize.... 4 1504 10
Belcher 2 ?u(b)2 65 Independence 1 SO
Confidence 4 Bechtel 2
H Nov 3 00133 85 Laedl \\
Bullion v*v. Tip-Top 1M
Kxchenuer...B 16(93 35 Modoc 1 7i'@l 65
So ; 11,Idier 21 Bodie 3*S 45
THE PREVENTION OF A TERRIBLE.
DISASTER.
No disorders, excepting the most dead
ly f-irnis if lung disease, Involve such a
tremcmloii* destruction of organlo tissue
us thosu wlileh fasten upon the kidneys,
rmch maladies, when they become
chronic—anil none are so liable to as
sume that phase—completely wreck tho
system. To prevent this terrible disaster
recourse should be had, upon the first
manifestation of trouble, to Hostelter's
Hitters, which experience hus proved to
be highly effective as a menus of import
ing tone and regularity to (lie organs of
urlantion, as well as to the liver, stom
uch and bowels. Another beneficial re
sult of this medicine, naturally conse
quent upon its diuretic action, is the
elimlontion from tbo blood of Impuril ien
which beget rheumatism, gout, dropsy,
and other maladies. By increasing Ihe
aclivltyof the kidneys, it augments tlie
depurative eltlctency of those oigans,
which are most important outlets for the
escape of such Impurities.
In sixty days from to-day I must
dispose of the largest portion of my
new stock of flue men and boy's
clothing, bats, boots and shoes, dry
goods, etc., and will from this day
sell all the above goods at greatly
reduced prices. Tbe publio are po
litely Invited to call and examine
my stock and prices aud convince
Ihemsclves of the above facts.
H. Meyerstein,
49 Main St., under Lafayette Hotel.
Gent's, youths' aud boi's cloth
ing at greatly reduced prices, also
boots and shoes, hats, etc., at Isaac
Norton & Co.'s, coruer of Maiu
and Requena streets, opposito ihe
U. S. Hotel.
Ladies' linen, wash poplin anJ
percale suits at half price at Isaac
Norton & Co.'s, corner of Main and
Ktqiit-na streets, apposite the t S.
Hotel.
Meyotstciii's is tlie best place to
buy your clothing, dry goods, hats,
hoots, etc., etc. You you will
Uud him fairaud square dealing in
every respect, and goods cheaper
than elsewhere —49 Main street,
under Lafayette Hotel.
Go to Meyerstein's for tlie best
dry goods at lowest prices.
Fishing tackle and cutlery at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
street. 2my7
Parasois, embroideries, gloves,
lies, laoes, white aud colored hose,
silk handkerchiefs, corsets at bot
tom prices; at the Bazaar, Main
street, opposite tilt; United States
Hotel.
Men's, youths' and boys' white
und colored shirts, chock shirts,
overalls, jumpers, overshirtf, at a
great reduction. Isaac Norton &
Co., comer Main and Requena
streets, opposite U. S. Hotel.
Twenty of tho finest looking
young ladies in town, al Wood's
Opera House.
The Russian Eleotrlo Batbs of R.
Hughes and Wife ore located at No.
15 Main street, opposite tbe Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dies will be waited upon by persons
of their own sex. novl-ltf
Erank Toal informs tbe citizens
of Los Angeles generally that he is
now shoeing horses at $1 50 per set.
His slop is at No. 97 Spring street,
opposite the IC E. Church South.
All work warranted. myl6tf
Mr. Nordlinger, the popular
Jeweler, preparatory to removing
to the warehouse on Main street,
which he bas secured in the Hell
man Block, now in process of erec
tion, will sell oil', at a sacrifice, bis
extensive and very elegant stock
of jewelry. All who desire to be
stow upon their friends some mark
of esteem or souvenir, those who
wish to supply themselves with ta
ble and other appointments, and
those who are anxious to add to
their stock of bijouterie, should
give Nordlinger v call. From a
watch to a charm tbey can be ac
commodated at Ills present store,
No. 4 Commercial street. mlßtf.
Butler's watchmaker's shop Is
removed to 139 Main street, be
tween Court and First streets, next
d en- to Bernstein, the tailor.
nij'3l-lin
Genuine Marrian's Burton Pale
Ale on draught at McKenzie's.
Spring eye needles (our own
make) at Sutherland's gun stere,
75 Main street. 2my7
Razors of every make at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 2
Carving knives at Sutherland's,
75 Main street. 2my7
Coggill and Cooper at Wood's
Opera House to-night.
The French Bisters at Wood's
Opera House to-night.
Blue flannel and light weight
suit, also a full Hue of boys' cloth
ing at Isaao Norton & Co.'s, corner
ot Main and Requena streets, oppo
site tlie U. S. Hotel.
Clothing, the best assortment
and best goods, are sold cheaper
than elsewhere at Meyerstein's, 49
Main sireet.
With 80Z0D-.NT, and nlien they grow
up their mouths will be garnished with
sotiu I and handsome ones. Tho founda
tion of many a toothache Is laid in chi.d
hood by iifglect.and it is very important to
the well-b mx of either child or adult
that th* teeth should be well taken care
of. Bad teeth are no fit masticators ofthe
food, and breed dyspepsia. Make them
white and strong, therefore, with SOZ<>-
DOlfTt a preservative of supreme excel
lenoeand purity. Use it without delay.
Mothers, Mothers Mothers.
Don't fall to procure Mm. Winsjlow's
Southing BY ROT lor alt diseases of
(eethiug in children, it relieves the
child from pain, cures wlud colic, regu
lates the bowels, and,by giving relief and
health to the child, gives rest to the
mother. fe2B-eod-6m
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Do It at Once!
Persons who have become thoroughly
chilled Irom any cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking in
to the stomach a teaspoouful of Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed In a little cold
water, well weutened.
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its fall
ing oui or turning gray. It has stood th**
testof 40 years Is charmingly perfumed
and lias uo rival.
Uvery farmer who owns a good stock of
horses, cattle and sheep, and Intends to
keep them through the win ter should at
once get a good stook of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powder?. One dollar's
worth will save at loast a half a ton of
hay.
A Wide - A wakk Youth's Pamei*.—
For Judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, and sprlghiy, entertainliif
reading.the Youth's Vompttnion, of Boston
has no superior among the youth's publi
cations m .
A Remrkable Cure.
WestTownsenp, Vt.,May 14, lifciO.
Mjlssu*:. S W, Fowlk A Sons.
lieuUemen—Several years since I took
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where it remained without relaxation. 1
was then lv Mattsaohusetts, and growing
worse aud beeuuilug unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned home and com
menced searching in earnest for some
medicine which would restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried mauy remedies, but obtained no
help and dally g.ew worse. I had a ter
rible cough and raised a good deal of
blood. [ had profuse mghi sweats and
severe pain lv my side. 1 coutlnued in
tills state lor months.and became so weak
that it W** with yreat difficulty 1 could
wal i;, when 1 was ;. I vised to try Wis va it'y
BAIdiAM <>k Wn.n CiifcitKY, and, to
my irrthftj joy I soon touud t .uL ibis rem
edy li td .ir e>if ] i lie disease. I contin
ue i to use th.- Hainan, to ihe extent olfive
bottles and have, si nee t lieu experienced
no dlme.iiry of the lungs. I believe tlie
BaNam saved myliie aud I shall ever hold
It lv high est) ma! lon*
Your* Uuly,
«,} Lewis I'IIKI.CS
a. Mckenzie,
DEALER IN
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
PHILADELPHIA
Fine Ok! Whiskies
Kroin their agentK, DICKSON, DeWOLF
& Co., dun Kranclsco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Whiskies,
Direct from Louisville, Ky„ by the R.ttle
or Uilllon, at LU W J'RICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whisk:y.
En u :<sh Ales and Porter.
TIIKSAMPi JB3 110051
Is :T'*viJeJ wltb tbe purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND lU
POU I'ED HAVANA CIGARS.
co- ENOUGH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Pone***) iii»i!«iu»-.
Muiu Mroei, near Court, Lot Angeles.
fe4-i.l
Dr. J. 8. Orawfbrd, Dentist,
Oilvos notio Ito his patrons that he will
be absent at Sau Francisco, In attend
ance on the Stn'o Dental Convention for
ten days.
Los Angeles, lone 11 Jl-tU
FOlt HALE.
By the Lake Vineyard Land a id Wafer
Association, the best Orange nud Heml-
Tropical Kruli Laud In *ne titatn. Watet
rig lo goes with me lint Apply to ihe
orflce or H Beaudry, >■> 81 NewHlahfJt.
ap'.Stt r. W. WOJn, S'crei v v.
Wanted.
By a young married man, lately frum
the Eaat, a position of some kino. It m
good business man. Salary moderate*
Reference given. Address Herbert, oar*
American Cash Store, corner First and
Spring slrcets. myM-lw
FOR BALE—FOR RENT.
FOR RENT.
TWO • STORY HOUSE on Temple
street. House has eight rooms, with all
modern Improvements. Enquire aft
premises or at ihes'ore, 120 Main street,
Cardona Block. JelMw
TO RENT.
One or more rooms,wilh board, hot and
cold wuter bath, etc. Persons visiting
Los Angeles will find tbls oue of tbe
flcasnnlest locutions In town. Address
'. O. Box 1407. musetr
TO RENT.
A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture,
kitchen furniture and water, at No. 188
Buena Vista street, Los Angeles. Rent,
$20 per month, payablt In advance. Ad
dress G. W. W., Herald office- mrS-tf
$1 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
OFFICE.
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals tl to tigoo,
on all kinds of personal property, such
aa watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, silver and U. S. Currap*
cy bought and sold. niltf
FOB _SALE.
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which were heretofore reserved by Glas
sell A Chapman, are now offered for sale
or rent, ear RAILROAD DEPOT VERY
CONVENIENT.
Apply to CAPT. GLASSELL, In Temple
Block, Los Angeles, or M. F. PARKER.
Oiange. dl»tr
Grocery Stere for Sale.
Doing a good business; satisfactory
reasons given for selling. Enquire at th*
Herald office. m.vSGtf
Sunny Rooms and Board.
Genrleram. ami (.heir wlvea and single
gents can t> * aeeommo laied with board
and fine, large, front,, sunny ro >ma, con
tak ing ull modern conveniences and
home comforts, at ibe
KIMBALL MANSION,
New High sireet, only one blook
fr -m the Po»tnfm;t= »ntj Court iD.use.and
commands a charming vlcr of mountain
and valley. Jet6tf
P. CASENAVE. J. ROQtXE.
Protect Home Industry
LOS ANGELES STEAM
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
From this date you will find In our fac
tory the beat ground ami roaated Coffee
una Npicea, put up In paper or In cans,
i li the best and most stylish manner.
Messrs. P. Case nave A Co. have fitted
up their factory, so as to permit them
to sell these articles at San Franelaoo
prices. They resporctlully Koltclt your
patronage. P. CAHKNAVK A CO.
myltf

FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS !
IN COLD COIN,
TORE GIVEN TO YOUNG LADIES AT
THE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS
Under eighteen years of age, who make
The Best Biscuit
WITH
*
Bowen's Yeast Powder.
State Fair at Sacramento. Cal 150
State Fair at Reno, Nevada 80
Slate Fair nt Salem, Oregon 90
Siskiyou County Agricultural Fair,
Yrek'i 50
.Vorihcin District Agricultural Society
Fair, Marysville 50
Sonoma and Marin District Agricultu
ral Society Fair, Pelaluma 60
San Joaquin Valley Agricultural So
ciety Fair.Stockton ™ 80
Los Angeles Agricultural Society Fair,
Los Augeles „„ £0
Santa Clara Valley Agricultural Soci
ety Fair, San Jose „ 60
Mechanics' Fair, San Francisco 60
mr 9 d&w-tf
R. F. COLEMAN & SON,
PIANOS A: ORGANS.
Agents for Iho celebrated PACKARD A
TABOR ORGANS, GARDNER BROS,
and other first-class riANOS. Instru
ments sold on
The Installment Plan.
PRICES aud TERMS to suit the times.
Headquarters nt L. LE WIN A CO.'S
STORE, Nos. 11 and 16 SPRING ST.,
Los Angeles. JeO-lm
NOTICE.
On Junetitli the cars of the
US ANGELES AND SAN PfiUltO
STREET HOUSE RAILWAY
Will resume regular hourly trips be
twecu tlie Sitn.a Monica Do pot and Mill*
[ally** brickyard.
JVlw C. BERBER,
!
OPENING OF A NICE BARBERSHOP
In TEMPLE BLOCK, No. 4 Spring stre-t,
Everybody Is invited to give us a trial,
nnd wo will guarantee RiitisfaeHon.
SHAVING. 15 CIS.; HAIR CI'TTHtO,
tleis. Ladles' and children's hair cut
ting as|>eclulty. Jed-1 in N. ItKl'H.
ff9«OLD PLATED WATCIIBO.
TS ' r t"'»1»- , l In tbe know, world. Bunpl. M iv hln,
Wf- 1..0U Addrau A OM7LT.. 4 Co. Cakaip.

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