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The Herald Steam Printing 'ouse makes a specialty of Legal rioting. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., I rintod nt low rates. Teutonia Saloon, 123 Main Street. The celebrated Fredericks burgh Lacier Beer will be, from this day, on draught and be kept all through the Summer months on ice. Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock; all delicacies always on hand. Tony Faber, my29tf Manager. Ponet & Orr Have removed their Under taking and Picture-Frame Warerooms to the store formerly occupied by R. Sotelo, No. 45 Main street, under the Lafayette Hotel. my2ml Reduced Prices. I oiler my stock of doors, sashes, etc., at the following reduced pri "esr WINDOW SASH. SxlO $1 35 i)xl2 1 50 9x13... 1 05 Uxl2 I 65 10x14 1 75 10x10 2 25 15x28 2 75 15x32 3 00 15x36 3 35 15x40 3 50 Other sizes in proportion. DOORS. 2.6x0.6x1 inch $1 00 3.6x6.6x1}, moulded 1 90 2.8x6.8x1J " 2 12 2.8x6.8x1* " 2 25 2.10x6.10x1J " 250 3x7xlJ " 2 75 Every other size in proportion. Also great reduction in paints, oils and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles street, uuder the White House. B. Raphael. lm sept 27 Great bargains for the next sixty days at Meyersteiu's, 49 Main street, under tbe Lafayette Hotel. Artistic Photography. Mr. Charles Hasselman tukes 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 firm engages itself lo do nothing but first-class work, equal to the best done in the Eastern States and Europe. Portraits in oil colors, pastel, colored and black crayons, water colors, India ink, etc., nt re duced prices. Reproductions from any kind of old laded pictures taken in a superior style. Every kind of re-touching done for the trade. F. Parker, Chas. Hasselman, U5 Main Street, Downey Block. Im,may7 The dry goods and novelty store * Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com mercial street, Is an attractive re entt 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 iv his purchases by a thorough knowledge uf the requirements of this section, and the latest fashions and novel lies may be nt all times inspected at No. 5 Commercial street. Give him a call. my 7 Notice. Tbe Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re i-uena street, near Main, opposite the United States Hotel, are again opened to tbe ladies and will be carried on in a strictly respectable way, so that all ladies, with or without escorts, may feel at ease a»_ d receive prompt and respectful ■ mtlou. Oysters in every style, BJpnip.s, tea, coffee, etc., constantly H hand. Joe Bayer. Boct4 tf [ The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co. [have made arrangements lo receive 'monthly cargoes of the famous Ph. Best Brewing Company's export lager beers. These beers are made let Milwaukee und bottled by the Messrs. Stunim & Meyer. The first of the cargoes arrived yester day, consisting of an entire load. .The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co., [through tli ia arrangement, are i enabled to ofler special advantages to purchasers. The first prizes i were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex port beer at the Centennial Expo > tition, tit tho Wisconsin State Fair, held at Milwaukee, aud at the Inter-(Stall' Fair held at Chicago. inaprsi McKenzie's. ' Uo lo .McKenzie's, I:9 Main street, Ponet block, for the finest ionics! ic and imported liquors and •lues, by the bottle or on draught. Tbe purity of these wines and 11 --2uors is guaranteed, and McKeu le's host of customers testify unanimously as to their merit. J3tf Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has lust received a consignment of Humboldt lager beer. It is a su perb article aud cannot be excelled Si a draught beer. Oysters, shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all kinds, constantly on baud. Give bim a call. Corner Main and Re quena streets, opposite tbe U. S. Hotel. o9 For all kinds of tents, wagon covers and awnings, go to John Shatter, No. 68 Alameda street, op posite Bisters' School. He sells and sews all kinds of oauvas ■reaper than any one iv Los An- Eelee or Sau Francisco, by hand or yjbacblue. Second hand tents isbought and sold or to rent. fc3tf (9 Call on Caroline C. Burton, at ■o. 148 Main street, proprietress of Iho Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab fthment. She makes braids, curls ftil waterfalls at the shortest no- Hoe. Tangled hair straightened gmd made up into any shape. Per fumeries, of the finest quality al- Hays on hand. oct4-lm-eod. '* City Bill Pester. HM. Engel, bill poster and distrib uter. All kinds of advertising done at reasonable rates. Controls Ml the best and most prominent Silletln bill boards. O'Hoe, No. 3 Market street. ap26tf j New novelties at Wood's Opera .Bouse this evening. fche City, At MEYERSTEIN'S, 49 MAIN STREET, Under the Lafa|yetteHotel. FRIDAY ...JUNE 14, 1878 Herald Steam Printing House. Tbe facilities or the Herald Steam Printing House for doing Job work are not surpassed In California outside of San Francisco and Sacramento. All work en* trusted to us will be executed with neat ness and dispatch at tho lowest living rates. KVKri.tr NOTICE. Hereafter notices of companies, socie ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted In tho 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 and Reports for the henefltof Commerce and Agriculture. Report of observations taken at lar An. geles, Cal., June IG. 1878. 5 H V % ' j a B d A. N. P. M. P. M. •w R\V W 3 » 9 Maximum Thermometer, 69 Minimum " 60 LOCAL BREVITIES. We had the late earthquake all to ourselves. A fine instunce of Los Angeles selfishness! Mejor Levi Chase, of San Diego, is visiting Los Angeles. He is registered at the St. Charles. Mrs. Wilson, Miss Wilson and Miss R. Wilson, of San Gabriel, returned from Sau Francisco over land yesterday. Col. Jack Hayes, of Texas and border fame, after spending gome days In Los Augeies, returned to bis home in Oakland yesterday. The finder of a watch key aud set nf charms lost on Frankliu or Main street yesterday will oblige the owner by returning them to this office. One of the most practical of the Couucilmen of LO9 Augeies, who has inspected Mr. Beaudry's dona tion to the Horticultural Society, estimates its value at $5000. This is indeed a munificent gift. Dr. J. Campbell Shorb, one of the Democratic candidates for del egate at large from the First Con gressional District, arrived in Los Angeles by yesterday's overland train. Judge Clancy, of Newhall, paid us a visit yesterday. The Judge is rapidly becoming the embodiment of health in the bracing air of ihe Ban Fernando mountains. The annual distribution or pre miums takes place at the school of the Sisters of Charity, Alameda street, at IU o'clock this morning. All friends or the Institution are respectfully invited to be present. The advertisement of the 4 h uf The July hall of (he Lis Angeles Guards appcnrs in our columns this morn ing. The hoys are taking time by the forelock und intend that their celebration of Independence D.iy shall be one of thu most memora ble over given here. Quite a parly went out prosper ing for coal a Tow Jays since. It is still believed by several tbat there are valuable coal-beds in this vici nity. We sincerely hope they may be successful iv their search. Nothing could be more valuable to this seel inn than a good coil mine. —Outlook. The Chinese must go! This is the prontinc.amlentn of Lleutennnt- General Kearney. Now, in the name of all the Oods at once, to say nothing of the little flshes,why don't the Chinese get out of Nigger Alley? They should not stand upou tbe order of their going, but should go at once. We understand that Mr. F. B. Fanning has declined a proposition toaot aa tenor at the Imperial Op era Mouse at Vienna. Our gifted friend, unlike some people we know of, Is modest. He is, besides, pat riotic and desires to live iv the United States. Consequently, not withstanding the opportunity of rivaling Wachtel's high C our townsman couldn't see it. Gov. Downey last night submit ted to Council Ihe plan of a build ing which he proposes to erect on the lot between tbe Baker Block and the Grand Central Hotel. The edifice will he three stories in height, witli bay windows on the second and third floors. It will be built of brick, stone and Iron and In a style of architecture which will contrast handsomely with the magnificence of the Baker Block. Work will be commenced immedi ately. Wo are informed by Mr, Wm. J. Rrodrlck that the Board of Underwriters have recently reduced Ihelr rates very materially, and he is now pre pared to offer as low terms to Insur ers as can be obtained from any companies or equal reliability with those which he represents. He will issue policies iv theGermau-Auier can Company or New York, North British and Mercantile, Liverpool and London and Globe, vEtna of Hartford and Union of San Fran cisco. Our informant last Saturday was some days in advance of the fact in reporting that Dofii Eulalia Perez de Guilen was dead. The rumor, we are informed, arose from the fact that the old lady became in sensible some time during last Friday night aud remained in that condition so long lhat it was thought the vital spark had fled. She came to again, however, and lived until ten minutes past three o'clock Wednesday afternoon, when she ceased to breathe. Her fuueral will lake place from the Mission Church at San Gabriel nt 10:30 o'clock this morning. Another of those delightful and fashionable entertainments styled "Unitarian Thursdays," was given last evening. There was uot a va cant seat in Union Hall. Almost every piece upon the programme elicited an encore, the first being given to the instrumental duo by Mrs. Btratlon on the piano and Mr. Townsend on the comet. Mmc Marra was In fine voice, and in ad dition to the selection from " La Fille dv Regiment," originally set down for her gave oncof her favorite pieces. Mr. Dobinsou read " Hor utius" in his usual masterly man ney, so replete with vivid descript ive look and gesture. Tocommeut favorably upou all who did well would be to reprint the programme. Refreshments followed the com pletion of the programme, and then an hour or two ol dancing happily concluded the very pleasant even ing's entertainment. Our friend J. B. Smith, of the Western Uniou Telegraph Com pany, was yesterday afternoon united in the holy bonds of matri mony lo Miss Jennie S. Mappa, Rev. Mr. Packard performed the ceremony. The hsppy couple lefi ou the steamer for a bridal trip in San Francisco. Our friend Smith is one of the most urbane, obliging and promising officials we have en countered m the whole range of our experience. Mrs. Smith, 116 ■ Mappa, Is young, beautiful and amiable and the young couple ought to be as happy as good sized sun flowers. And we have uo doubt they will be. May their shadows never be less. In the course of human or in human events it will come to pass tbat we shall lose Brother Allen. In Ihe mind's eye n sort of moral und intellectual cataclysm would be supposed to attend this event. The disappearance of lhat tent can not fall to leave us all discontent ed. Alas! such is life. What is that about the gazelle and other quadrupeds of the liquid eye tribe? 'Twas ever thus from childhood's hour. Wo have just, as a people, learned to contribute our spare change to Allen when we lose him. Let us hope that, iv the sweet bye and bye, we shall find compensa tions. . COURT REPORTS. Diatrirl C«lirt Seinilveila, J. Thursday, June 13th. Hinds vs Gage et al—Demurrer overruled; one day to answer. Oge vs Bramwell —Demurrer set for hearing Monday next at 10 A. K. Pelliflgues vs Siguoret—Demur rer overruled; ten days to answer. O'Connor vs Good et al—Motion for new trial denied; thirty days' stay. O'Connor vs Hazard et al—Same action. O'Connor vs F rasher et al—Same action. Fawcett, J. Pio Pico vs L. Martinez—Ca9e tried; judgment ordered for de fendant for tlie return of the properly in controversy or the value thereof, in ease a delivery cannot be had. Lynch vs Mass—Dismissed by consent at defendant's costs. Mondran vs. Pico—On trial. Wakefield vs. Ronton—Jury of thirty ordered returnable June 21, 1878. Downey vs. Hellman, et al— Com limed until 3 p. M. June 14th, 1878. i imi.oj touri Stkpiikns, J Thursday, June 13, 1878. Brock vs. Niles—Judgmeut for defendant. Hubert vs. Boyce—Defendant given till the loth Inst, at 10 A. m. to procure affidavits of witnesses on motion for new liial. Probate Court STEPHENS, I. THURSDAY, June 13, 1878, Estate of T.Jeff. White, deceas ed—Rehearing of final account continued till to-morrow at 10 A. M. Estate of .lose;ih Holmes, de ceased—Hearing on petition for letters of administration continued till to-morrow at 10 A. M. Estate of M. F. Cutler, decensed —Probate of will continued till to morrow at 10 A. 11, Ladies' Benevolent Society-No ties. Notice, is hereby giveu that there will be a meeting of the Directors of the Ladies' Benevolent Society on Tuesday next, June 18th, at 2 o'clock p. m., at Good Templars' Hall, for the purpose of perfecting arrangements for a grand picnic, to he held at Washington Gardens on the Fourth of July. The Committee of Arrangements have engaged tbe Gardens und decided to have v picnic in the afternoon, to be con tinued through the evening with music, refreshments, etc. All the members of the Society are re quested to meet at tlie ball to decide upou the details of tue affair, and make it so attractive as to induce) a large attendance. All others who take an interest In this benevolent iiislftuliuii, that has done aud is doing so much good in our city, are Invited to attend the meeting. The work for each will be very light, if all will join heartily. Per order of the President, Mary B. Caswell. Los Angeles, Juue 13th, List of Letters. The following is the list of letters remaining In Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express Office for the week ending Juue 13th, 1878: Annis, H 0 A Hi.ire/ M liarotoo, It—2 liclliiomin, M F HaliuMila, C Bolew, Miss Castillo, A Carew, J H Doyle, Miss M Figueroa, Plucidu Franchino, T J Oirado, M Garcia,, Ramon Gerzabek, O V Morton, 8 F Howard, Mrs 3 P Harris, W 13 Harton, A Klaffk, A Lugo, Jose A Ledeman, M -2 Larraloe, D Loland, 1' Melrger, Wm- Murray, W Mayer, L Q Merks, Miss R Murray, P Mullaly, R A Newman. It Olibera, Viconto Prico, Fanny Praeseut, Chas. Quintan, Jas Read, Carrie U Ituis, C Homo Refugio Roberts, E Bay, Miss Mattel Rubles, L Soldin, Mrs Virginia Sepulveda, E Schneider, Oco Ballian, J P Salasan, MissU Strauss, Eugene Tautime, L Thomas, 0 C Toner, Tliob Valonßule, C Valenzulea, M Villela, Hascomo Yvara, Ynoccuta Vanes, Gregoiio. Wg. Pbidhaii, Agent. Council Proceedings. Council met iv regular session yesterday evening, with Mr. Lips in tbe Chair. Present— Messrs. Qreeu, Lips, Cohn, Potts, Junes and Kercbe val. Minutes of the last meeting read and approved. The City Judge reported the col lection of $1G flues since last re port and presented the City Treas urer's receipt for the same. Filed. Governor Downey submitted tbe plan of a building about to be erect ed by him adjoiniug the Baker Block on Main street, and asked permission to enclose the sidewalk during its erection. Referred to the Fire and Water Committee with power to not. Emll Harris, on motion, was granted eight days leave of ab sence. The Committee on Water Supply report as follows: That the tunnel cannot and will not be received iv its preseut state Approved. Recommend that the bill of Stevenson & Haber for extra work be denied, us tln-y have done noth ing but what was required by their contract. Approved Recommend tbat Stevenson <!k Haber be allowed J359, balance for construction of tower and water gate, on their signing a receipt in full for same. Approved. Recommend that Coulter & Harper be paid $07 82 in full for work on Reservoir No. 4, to June Ist. Also $400 on account of pipe for Reservoir No. 6. Approve I. Recommend the payment of $1,000 in bonds to Win. Smith, contraotor on Reservoir No. 5; $1,000 to Stevenson & Haber on ac count of Reservoir No. 4; $33 50 to C. F. Collins; $80 50 to Collins & Horau; $22 to Frank Gordon aud $18 to Henry Forest. Approved. Recommend that the Clerk he instructed to sell a bond of $1,000 and place the proceeds in tbe Gen eral Irrigation Fund. So ordered. The Board of Public Works sub mitted their report, which was flled and the recommendations acted ou seriatim. In the matter of Ibe public road asked for by the Board of Supervis ors, in view of the Taut that it will require 6} acres of city laud, recom mend that on the county paying tbe city $500, the roadway be grant ed. Adopted. Iv regard to the claim of Mappa <& Gay, recommend that the matter be submitted lo a board of three arbitrators, the city to select one of the urbitrutors, to consist of three disinterested lawyers. The city to select one of the arbitrators, Mr. Mappa the second, they the third, the expense to be borne equally by the city and Mr. Mappa. Adopted. Mr. Mappa named Gen. Howard and the Council named Maj. K. M. Ross. Recommend that the grading of Main street in front of the proper ties of J. G. Downey and H. Bruti ni"g be acoepted. Adopted. Tlie Health Officer reported that he had given notice for tho abate ment of 33 nuisances and recom mended that the pond ut junction of Olive and Second streets be either pumped out or filled up. Mr. Green moved that the Board of Public Works bo instructed to have the pond pumped out. Car ried. Tbe Committee on Sewers sub mitted their report, which was Hied, aud the recommendations acted on seriatim: Recommend that the contract for tbe Fort and Fourtlt street sewer, tlie same to be laid In Santa Moni ca stone pipe, be awarded to W. J. Neely. Approved, and that tlie Mayor be requested to sign tlie contract. Iv regard to (ho petition of P. Beaudry and other property own ers, recommend, if practicable, that Council order the construction of a sewer, with necessary branches, on Alameda street. Adopted, and the City Attorney in structed to draw up the necessary resolution. Recommend (hut a committee be appointed to confer with the Los Angeles Water Company in regard to connecting their water liipes with the sewers, fur the pur pese of Hushing Hie same. Referred to Commit lee on Fire uud Water. The Board of Health report that the City Water Company having shut off the water from certain hy drants used by the street sprink lers, suggest lhat Council require the Water Company to give due notice of their intention lv shut off water before so doing. Recommend tbat Ibe Committee be authorized to repair hydrants, provided tlie Water Company re fuse to do so. Adopted. The Finance Committee report that they II nd the report of the City Treasurer f.ir May oorrect. Recommeud that the petition of the merchant tailors for repeal of license tuxbe denied. Approved. In the matter of returned licenses we Hud that about $75 to be collected and recommend the en forcement of the collection uf this sum at once. So ordered. Resolution for the condemnation of land and construction of a sewer connecting sewers ou Alameda and San Pedro streets. Adopted. Also for Alameda street branch main sewer. Adopted. Also for San Pedro street branch maiu sewer. Adopted. Petition from I. W. Hellman to connect, with Main street sewer. Granted. Petition for removal of obstruc tions on Buena Vista street. Re ferred to City Attorney. Petition from Mr. Molsa to con nect witb the Sprint; street sewer. Granted. Petition of Manuel Gonzales for water. Referred to Zanja Com mittee. Petition from Mr. Naud asking tbat a bridge be builtover the zan ja near bis uew warehouse and that Virgin street be graded. Referred to Board of Public Works with power to build tbe bridge. Petition from irrigators on the line of zanja No. 5, asking tbat said zanja be repaired. Referred to Board of Publio Works. Petition of B. Hayman asking for removal of gas lamp in front of bis shop. Referred to Gas Com mittee. Petition from L. Mesmer, S. Ha ley aud A. J. King for permission to lay gas pipes. Referred to Gas Bill or Zanjero for $27 25 for re pairs on ditches. Ordered paid. Proposition from M. J. New mark for purchase of $34,000 of Los An geles street bonds at 00 cents. Ac cepted. Proposition of I. W. Hellman to deliver $400 of city bonds, issue of 1870, for redemption at the rate of 99} per cent. Accepted. Adjourned. Property Transfers. rNOM 111 Dsn N, Ol I.l.KaU'lc.t m llsoN's TIIA N SCKII'TOK KKCUftn, JUNK 13, IK7B. CONVEYANCES. Margaret J Starkey to Helen LOrlnnel —Lot SrjxWi ft N W Bide Hill street. 2001t N E of Eleventh st; lot 60x183 feet W side Main st, 60 feet Bof California; lot on or near SE corner Tenth and Charity its, city; sum. 15 M Berry to Andrew Nelson—3 1-6 acres in Berry <fc Elliott tract, ill San Gabriel O <i Ass'n lands; 1200. J NY aud Miriam Clark to J M Gibson— 01x80 ft in Clark's Addition to Anaheim, In tiW>4 See 16 T 4 S X 10 W; 150. Wallet M Parker to J M lots, blk B,Clark's Addition to Anaheim, Ixßo fl; t3tlo. J M Gibson to Augustus HefTner—Same lot; til. STOCK REPORT. SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EX CHANGE HOARD. MnuaiN.- -.am ON sab Fbamouoo. June 13. " »«©»")« m ...» oo@»>i Mexican >is»u Bullion »», i«0 7WH ■xcbequnr 3 4 > « ' UVw *'« Omrium 13X Miiurui... j. v»>k Justice 3 a (g3 so savage li\i,»lli» I Onion sXtg>s 00 Don V. 14>i Alta 7X@7* Ohollar 27 uotßaaSj I Juln 7*®TH Bsi N 7Si I Belcher .3 Small! 85 fownPotnt 4 Ml Alpha 11 Vail 1 . T Jacket. s>, I Beg Burlier to uu Eenturk 1 Uo@2 95 | 8 Nov 3 Sfett 00 liVKNISD SESSION. Sam Fkancisco, Juue 13. Rurnka M% Utah %% Jackson 3*4 Mexican 12 Newark l£ California...2oif4'a2o'4 N Belle S'>i@S% Gould * C 7W7 Manhattan 6% ■ Nevada I#IN G Prize .....4J4r«4 [teuton 2 20 Indepeud'e .1 "so Ophlr t&y,<s*iy. Star I 50 Belcher 2 IWftj.'l Hill Mule 1 SO Bullion by, Modoc 1 liafll 70 Julia 7%'98 Hoilie.. 3V,i«3 11 rlomestaae H'/, Bechtel 10031 01 OA B UXWUi rip-Top i Mi9i 6o b *:n lWf/1 M White 4 Alta "iiltiS Savage ip. Seg Belcher 19 Point 4 Tila:", overman UiAhlfK Con Va 14%ai<!4 Jacket B>4 Alpha UnSQ THERE IS TROUBLE IN STORE For those who neglect to rsctify irregu larities of the stomach, liver and bowels, which they foolishly Imaglno will "come riiiht of themselves." Of this silly error such persons are usually disabused by tbe development of some serious chronic malady, Irsceable to what they were ploased to consider a trifling disorder nf (be above named associate organs. tsuoh a culmination is easily avoided. Acourse of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters Invaria bly has tho effect of renewing the secre tive actlou of a torpid liver, restoring healthy digestion and assimilation and rendering the habit of body perfectly regular. The activity of these all-impor tant Junctions being restoicd, and the ontlre system toned and regulated by this incomparable corrective and Invlg orau*., no danger to the general health Is to be apprehended from causes which, if not. erad Icated In time, will assuredly undermine It. Mr. Nordlinger, the popular jeweler, preparatory to removing to the warehouse on Main street, which he has secured iv the Hell man Block, now in process of erec tion, will sell off, at a sacrifice, hi* extensive antl very elegant stock of jewelry. All who desire to be slow upou their friends some mark of esteem or souvenir, those who wish to supply themselves with ta ble aud other appointments, and lhose who ate anxious to add to their stock of bijouterie, should give Nordlinger a call. From a watch loa charm they can be ac commodated at his present store, No. 4 Commercial street. mlßtf. Bullet's watchmaker's shop is removed to 139 Main street, be tween Court aud First streets, next door to Bernstein, the tailor. raySl-lD) Genuine Marrlau's Burton Pale Ale on draught at McKenzie's. Genl's, youths' and boy's cloth ing at greatly reduced prices, also boots aud shoes, hats, etc., at Isaac Norton 4 Co.'s, corner of Main and Requena streets, opposite the U. 8. Hotel. Ladies' linen, wash poplin aud percale suits at half price at Isaac Norton & Co.'s, corner of Main and Requena streets, opposite the U. S. "Hotel. Meyerstein's is the best place to buy your clothing, dry goods, hats, boots, etc., etc. You you will And him fairaud square dealing in every respect, anil goods cheaper than elsewhere —49 Main street, under Lafayette Hotel. Go to Meyersteiu's for the best dry goods at lowest prices. Bluo flannel and light weight suit, also a full Hue of boys' cloth lug ut Isaac Norton & Co.'s, corner of Main and Requena streets, oppo site the U. S. Hotel. Clothing, the best nssorltnent nnd best goods, are sold cheaper than elsewhere ut Meyersteiu's, 49 Main street. Cheap prices at Sutherland's gun store, 75 Maiu street. 2iny7 In sixty days from to-day I must dispose of the largest purl ion of my new stock of One men aud boy's clothing, hats, boots and slmeß, dry goods, elc, and will from this day sell all the above goods at greatly reduced prices. The public are po litely invited to call and examine ray stock aud prices aud convince tboniselves of the above facts. H. Meyerstein, 49 Main St., under Lafayette Hotel. The Russian Electrio Baths of R. Hughes and Wife are located at No. 15 Main street, opposite tbe Pico House. Gentleman and la dies will be waited upon by persons of their own sex. novlltf Parasols, embroideries, gloves, ties, laces, white and colored hose, silk handkerchiefs, corsets at bot tom prices; at the Bazaar, Main street, opposite the United States Hotel. Frank Ton I informs the citizeus of Los Augeies generally that he la now shoeing horses at $1 50 perset. Hiss'iop is ut No. 97 Sprlnir street, opposite the M. E. Church South. All work warranted. mylfitf Men's, youths' and boys' white und colored shirts, check shirts, overalls, jumpers, overshirts, at a great reduction. Isaac Norton & Co., corner Main and Requeua streets, opposite U. 8. Hotel. Razors of every make at Suther land's guv store, 75 Main street. 2 Go to Wood's Opera Houae and enjoy yourself. Fiibing tackle and cutlery at Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main street. 2my7 Spring eye needles (our own make) at Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main street. 2my7 Mr. George Moore at Wood's Op era House to-night. Shower of cats at Wood's Opera House to-night. Carving knives at Sutherland's, 75 Main street. 2my7 Can't agree, at Wood's Opera House to-nigbt. MISCELLANEOUS. 8. W. SUTHERLAND Successor to H. Slotterkeck A Co. CUNB, PI3TOLB, RIFLES, AMMUNITION, FISHING TACKLE, CUTLERY, —AND— Sporting Goods of Ail Kinds. To7S 31 lIN STREET DOWNEY BLOCK. apBo BOILER MAKER. I am now prepared t> do all kinds of Boiler Work and Repairing B )ILERS promptly attended to and satisfaction guarauteed. A. HORN. JclSlm P. O. Box. No. 256. Examination of Teachers. The regular examination of teachers will begin In I In HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING, In this city, oi WEDNESDAY, the 20th Inst., andcloso on Friday'following. Ap plicants for teachers' certificates are re quested to beoj hand promptly at 9 A. m. otherwise they cannot he admitted. W. P. McDonald, Co. Sup't schools. Los Angeles, June 10. 1878. Jlltd A. McKE NZIE, I DEALER IN Fine Wines & Liquors. , H. <lt H. W. Catherwood's PHILADELPHIA Whiskies From their agefite. DICKSON, DeWOLF A l '0., Sao Francisco; also, Old Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, Direct from Louisville, Ky.,by the Bottle or Gallon, at LOW PRICES. s» Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey. English Ales and Porter. THE HAMPLEROOM Is provided with the purest WINES, LIQUORS AND IM PORTED HAVANA CIGARS. ear ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT. Ponet'u Bulldlngr, Main street, noar Court. Loa Angeles. fel-tr NORMAL INSTITUTE, BAP lIS T CHURCH, SPRING St. Iv order to meet the w>mts of many pa reuts till* Institute will be :n session du ring the Hummer, and offers facilities to all those desiring special Instruction In ANY or ALL brunches of the public school course. Th se who desire promotion and feel Incorapetf nov'ln any a udv K<me over cau haw unsurpassed fao llties (or r viewing. For terms, eto , Hd.lreg* MR*. BEGIN A MAST DIXON. P, O. Dux 8(f. JeO.f For Constitutional Convention CHARLE* LINDLEY is hcrebv an nouuoed a* an Independent Candidate lor Deli-gate t> the Const!tutlonal Con vent! n. His pi it form will appear in the Daily Republican of this city on Fri day, Juno 7iu. J7-2\v I urn now ready to receive animals on pasture, in my euc'osed lands, in the western psrt of the city. Alt animals ut owners' risk. Apply ut my offloe. P. BKAUDKY. 81 New High street, opposite rlso UoilM mrtt Notice of Removal, Monday or Tuesday Next I Wtl.T. HEMOVK MY BOOT AND SHOE STORE From 104 Main street, To No. 28 Central Blook, Spring Street. 1 shnl! ue glad to welcome my custom ers at ue new quarters. a. s. Mcdonald. fe24 tf R. F. COLEMAN & SON, PIANOS Ac ORGANS. Agents for tho celebrated PACKARD A TABOR ORGANS, GARDNER BROS, and other first-class VI VNOS. Instru ments sold on The Installment Plan. PRICES and TERMS to suit the time?. Headquarters at b LEWIN A CO.'S STORE, Nob. II aud 16 SI>RINU ST., Los Angeles. Jefl-lm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE BAZAAR, Corner ef Main and Requena Sts. ANOTHER Immense Reduction! IN OUR SUMMER SILKS, BLACK SILKB, OASHM EBBS, DRESS GOODS, LINENS, PIQUES, LAWNS. NOTICE. As the Summer season Is a little back ward this year, we have determined to close out our entire stock of LADIES' SUITS. We will therefore offer for the NEXT THIRTY DAYS LADIES'SUITS at the following prices: Our lIS Ladle.' Wash Poplin Suit at 17 60 Our Jl2 Ladles' Wash Poplin Suit at ti 00 our sin Ladles'Pecale Suit at 15CO Our tlO Ladles' Linen Suit at 55 00 Our 15 Ladles' Linen Suit at 12 00 avThe above prices are JUST HALF what these suits cost to Import. We have also made a decided reduc tion In our DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. Gents', Youths' and Boys' CLOTHIITGr, HATS, BOOTS A SHOES. Trunks & Valises. Isaac Norton &Co., MAIN STREET, JeS if Opposite the U. 8. Hotel. _ GREAT REDUCTION IN PRIJIS OV FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING ! ©I <, O TIIIIV Car ! CI . OTIIING ! AT THE QUINCY HALL QUIXCY HALL QUINCY HALL Clothing House, Co.'. Commercial & Main Sis. lent FRENCH DRUG STORE! V. CHEVALIER'S IDTUJGr STOBE Has been removed from SIGNORET'S BLOCK to Cardona Block, 118 Main St., Opposite the Mariposa Store. FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN PATENT MEDICINES. PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES. •9-pre.crlptlon. prepared with great care. datf "WORKINGMEN'S PICNIC. Tl.e Workingmen will give a Great Picnic Sunday, 16th inst.. At tlao City Gardens. The following well known artist » have volunteered to perform al the Working men's Picnic: the proteans ! fred. j. mackley, charles McCarthy, GEORGE MOORE ami MISS MYRA HOLLOVVAY, Late of the Grand Opera House, San , Frai c, co. Jeiitd WANTS—LOST—FOUND. Wanted to Exchange. A lot on Sixth street, Santa Mod loa, SOX 160, with good well water, tree for two years, will exchange (or a horse and harness and light wagon. Inquire at BASSET A CO.'S STORE, Santa Monica, or write to a. BAYLEY, Santa Monies, Cal. Jell-jw FOR BALE —FOR RENT. FOB BENT. A HOUSE ON FORT STREET, No. «7, one block from Postofßca, of nre rooms, a kitchen, batb-rootn, servant room ana •tore room. Apply at the premises from 10 a.m. t-i 2 P. v, or at theofflce of ft. D. PITT, Downey Block, under the stairs. Jelg-lw TO RENT. On* or more rooms.wlth board, hot and cold water bath, etc. Persons visiting Los Angeles will And this on* or tbe pleaganteat location! In town. Address P. O. Boa 1407. mblnr TO RENT. A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS, Fully famished with bedding, furniture, kitchen furniture and water, at No. in Uuena VUta street, Loa Angela.. Bent, ttVW per month, payablt In advance. Ad dress Q. W. W., Herald offlce- mro-lf fl to 91000 to Lou, AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER OFFICE. Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST. Will advance on collateral, f1 to (lew, on all kind, of personal property, aaeh aa watohe*, Jewelry, diamonds, pl.tols, gun., ate. Gold, .liver aud U. 8. Curien cv bought and sold. nllif FOR _SA T.jE. CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS Near Orange and Santa Ana, Which wen heretofore reserved by Glae aell A Chapman, are now ottered for ante or rent. auTBAILROAD DEPOT VERY CONVENIENT. Apply to CAPr.OLASSELL, In Temple Block, Los Angeles, or M. F. PARKER. Oiange. dlftf Grocery Store for Sale. Doing a good business teUsfanlory reasons given for selling. Enquire at tba HerSa.d GfStue. mySCtf Sunny Rooms and Board. Genllemen and their wives and single gents can be accommodated with board and fine, large, front, sunny room., con taining all modern conveniences and home comforts, at the KIMBALL MANSION, New High street, only one block from the Postoffloe nnd Court Home, and commands a charming view of mountain and valley. Jeiatr ~~STRAYED~ To Sierra Madre Villa, on the 10th Inst., TWO HORSES and ONE M ARE, all bay and shod all round. The owner may re claim property by paying charges end the cost of this advertisement. JIS-St MONEY TO LOAN At reasonable rates, on country property. WM. D. STEPHENS, Jell-2w Temple Block. P. CASENAVE. J. ROQ.UK. Protect Home Industry LOS ANGELES STEAM COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. From this date you will find fa oar fac tory tbe best ground and roasted Coffee und Spices, put up In paper or la cans, lv tba best and most stylish manner. Messrs. P. Casenave A Co. have fitted up their factory, so as to permit them to sell these articles at Ban Francisco prices. They respectfully solicit your patronage. P. CASE IVAVE A CO. myltf FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ! IN COLD COIN, TO BE GIVEN TO YOUNG LADIES AT THE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS Under eighteen years ef age, a I o make The Best Biscuit WITH Bowen's Yeast Powder. State Falrat Sacramento Cal tVI Stale Fair at Reno, >evuda o Stat* Fair at Salem, Oregon M Siskiyou County Agruultuiui Fair, Yreka 10 Northern District ttoclety Fair. Maryavllle 50 Sonoma and Marin l.istrict Agricultu ral Society Fair. I'etaluma SO San Joaquin Valley Agricultural So ciety p„i,, Stockton SO Los Angeles Agricultural Society Fair, Los Angeles 80 Santa Claia Valley Agricultural .Soci ety Fair, Ban Jose .„ so Mechanics' Fair, San Franclsoo 50 rora dAw-tf CIGARS! HUGO KREMEB, pkoprirtor or THE KEY WEST CIGAR STORE, OAS NOW nc t'Ot'SII AT IHO. 45 *XJPRIING ST., At the Key West Cigar Factory. Mr. Hugo Kroner manufacture* HA VANA TOBACCO Into cigar, of approved brand.. He al o deals In all line, of Smoker.' Articles. Give him a call. mrlS tf Burnell & Bebbeck, Landscape Gardeners and Carden Contractors, JStf No. 186 SPRING ST. FOR WAl.l':. By the Lake Vineyard Land a id Water Association, the best Orange and Seinl- Tropics! Krutt Laad In tbe tftat*. Water rliilit goes With In* laud Apply to the office ofe Beaudry, No. gl New High St. ap lit F. W. WOOO, Secretary.