The Herald Steam Printing
House makes a specialty of Legal
iTinting. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
I rlnted at low rates.
Teutonia Saloon, 123 Main Street.
i The celebrated Fredericks
burgh Lager Beer will be, from
this day, on draught and be kept
ail through the Summer months on
ice. Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock;
all delicacies always on hand.
Ponet & Orr
Havo removed their Under
taking and Picture-Frame
Warcrooms to the store formerly
occupied by R. Sotelo, No. 45 Main
street, under tho Lafayette
I oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
tic, at the following reduced pri
SxlO $1 35
Dxl 2 1 50
'Ixl3 1 65
Uxl2 1 Go
10x14 1 75
10x18 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 8 00
15x36 8 35
15x40 3 50
Other sizes in proportion.
i. 6x6.6x1 inch $1 00
3.6x6.6x11, moulded 1 90
2.8x0.8x1$ " 212
12.8x6.8x1j " 2 25
!.10x8.10xlJ " 250
IxTxlJ " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
ftnd glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
ttreet, under the White House.
lm sept 27
Great bargains for the next sixty
days at Meyerstelu's, 49 Main
street, under the Lafayette Hotel.
In sixty days from to-day I must
dispose of the largest portion of my
new stock of fine men and boy's
clothing, hats, boots and shoes, dry
joods, etc., ond will from this day
iell all the above goods at greatly
reduced prices. The public are po
litely invited to call and examine
my stock and prices and convince
themselves of the above facts.
19 Main St., under Lafayette lintel.
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
lughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la
lies will be waited upou by persons
of their own sex. novlltf
The dry goods aud novelty store
Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attraotlve re
mit to the ladles 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 thorough knowledge
uf the requirements of this section,
and the latest fashions and novel
lies may be at all times inspected
ut No. 6 Commercial street. Give
him a call. my 7
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
jiietiH street, near Main, opposite
the United Slates Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will be
carried ou iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc, constantly
ou baud. Joe Bayer.
I oct 4 tf
c The Meßsrs. 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 and bottled by the
Messrs. Stamm & Meyer. The
first of the cargoes arrived yester
!day, consisting of an entire load.
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
enabled to oiler special advantages
[to purchasers. The first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
-1 port beer at the Centennial Expo
sition, at the Wisconsin State Fair,
(held at Milwaukee, aud at the
Inter-State Fair held at Chicago,
Go to McKenzle's, 129 Main
itreet, 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
ele's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. J3tf
I Clothing, the best assortment
> and best goods, are sold cheaper
than elsewhere at Meyerstoin's, 49
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
lust received a consignment of
Humboldt lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Re
quena streets, opposite the U. S.
Hotel. * o9
For all kinds of tents, wagon
covers and awnings, go to John
Shatter, No. 08 Alameda street, op
posite Sisters' School. He sells
and sews all kinds of canvas
cheaper than any one iv Los An
geles or San Francisco, by hand or
machine. Second hand tents
bought and sold or to rent. feStf
Call on Caroline C. Burton, at
No. 148 Main street, proprietress of
tbe 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
rumeriea of the finest quality al
ways on hand. oct4-lm-eod.
City Bill Poster.
M. Engel, bill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all the best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Offlrte, No. 3
Market street. ai>26tf
New novelties at Wood's Opera
House this evening.
the City, At MEYERSTEIN'Sr49 MAIN STREET, Under the Lafa|yetteHotel.
JUNE 23, 1878.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the henefitof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Cal., June 22, 187».
Maximum Thermometer, 78.
Minimum " 6',
J. M. Fkaktz, Observer.
Protestant tpiscopa l — St. Paul's
Mission—Rev. James Alljccromble,D. D .
In charge. Full services, with sermon, In
the GeorgtaStreet Sciiool House, near Fi
gucroa street, at II A.M.
Catholic Catuedral. — Main street,
below First. First Mass nt 3a. If.; lost
mass, at 10 A. K. ] Catechism at 2 30 p. tf.j
vespers at 7 p. m.
Old Cathomc Church. — Opposite
tho Plnza. First mass at 5:30 A. M.: sec
ond mass at 7 A. m. ; last mass at 9 a. m. ;
Catechism at 3p. M.; vespers ut 4 p.m.
St. Athanaisids Episcopal Church.
— Corner of Temple and Now High
streets. Rev. Wm. H. Hill, Rector. Ser
vices at II a, m. and 7:45 P. M. Sunday
School at 12'/,, 11. Seats free, and nil cor
Fort st. M. E. Church. — Rev. George
S.Hlckey, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m..
an d 7P. M. sabbath School nt 1% p. ■
Class meeting Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
Trinity M. E. Citußcn SouTit.-Sprlng
street, between First and Second. Rev.
Millard Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sabbath at 11 A. h. nnd 7 p. H, Sun
day Suhonl 0:30 A.M. Fruyor meeting 7:15,
every Wednesday evening.
Baptist Church.—Spring slree', be
tween Fourth and Fifth stree s. Services
nt 11 a. and 7 p. m. Sunday School
directly after morning service Seats free
and the public arc cordially Invited
Prayer meetings Thursday evenings.
Presbyterian Church.—Rev. T. M.
Cunningham, IX I). Services at ijlood
Templars' Hull, every Sunday at II a. m.
and 7>4 p. Iff, Sunday School Immediately
after morning service.
First Conorf.gationat. onuncH. —
New High street. Rev. I). T. Packard,
Pastor. Services nt 11 a. m. and 7p. M.
Sunday School ut ly.'. All are cordially
Unitarian Services — Union Hall,
Spring stteet. Rev. John D.Wells, Min
ister. Services everySundayat.il a. m.
Sunday Schod nrtornoon nt 12:15. Seats
free. All are cordially Invited.
Church ok Christ.—Preaching In the
Court House by the Pasu.r, John C Hay,
nt II a. it and 7p. m, Sunday School at
Fvanoklicaj. Lutheran Church—
Rev, A. (fester, Paster—Services in Union
Hail every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:10
P.u. Sunday School at 0:30 a. m.
Tlie steamer Senator sails for
San Francisco to-day.
The vote at La Ballona prtciuct
stood: Nou Partizau 7; Working,
men 7; Strui«ht Democratic 1.
A liberal reward Is offered in our
New To Day for the return of a
white terrier dug. See advertise
There will lie a btrun berry and
ice cream fes.ival on the 4th of
July, afternoon and evening, at
Mr. I. N. Van Nuys, of the San
Ft rnando, und Mr. James 15. Lank*
ershim, of tlie Alamo, are register*
ed at (he St. diaries.
The examination ot the First
Class of the First Grade, Grammar
Department, will take place at the
High School on Tuesday.
Sailtd from Sun I'edio, June 2.!,—
Schooner Eclipse, Chester Master,
for Eureka; bark Mod ie, Chris
tiansen Muster, for Seattle.
The Central Workingmen's Club
expelled Tbomus Wade last Thurs
day evening for dereliction of duty
at the polls ou election day.
Col. Jackson, Couuty Surveyor,
advertised one of tlie nicest cotta
ges «t Santa Monica for rent, furn
ished, iv our New To Day.
We have been favored with com
plimentary tickets fur the grand
ball to take place July 21, on the
opening of the new hotel at Ful
Angolefios tit San Francisco ho
tels on the 21st; G. Gepliurd, Huss
House; J. Clifford, Mrs. C. T. Ba
thy aud three children, J. C. Joues,
We leurii that Col. Abe Neu
man has already secured 145 of the
155 horses necessary to fill his con
tract with the government for cav
At the last monthly meeting of
the French Mutual Benevolent So
ciety, Mr. Charles Gassagne was
elected a member of tbe committee
In place of Mr. P. Ballade.
We acknowledge, with thanks,
the receipt of a complimentary
ticket to the grand ball and supper
to be given at Fulton Wells ou the
evening of July 2d, to celebrate the
opening of the new hotel.
Mr. P. Cusenave has leased the
Pelanconl hojse, at the corner cf
Alameda and Aliso streets, to
which he will remove (he Hotel de
Bordeaux on the Ist of July next.
Since writing an item that ap
pears elsewhere we learn from reli
able authority that General How
ard is elected to the Constitutional
Convention by from 40 to 50 major
ity over Thompson.
V Union is informed by a corres
pondent that the wharf at Santa
Barbara is being rapidly rebuilt,
the work progressing at the rate of
eight piles per day. It is expected
that It will be finished by the first
In the report yesterday of the
City back license oase,tried in Judge
Peel's Coiir', we erroneously gave
the name of J. Bernstein as defend
ant when it should havo been J.
Bernbaum. We make the correc
tion in justice to Mr. Bernstein who
has always paid ills license tax
Judge Fawcott to-morrow (Mon
day) will again ocoupy tlie bench
In the Distriot Court to complete
tho trial of the case of Downey vs.
I [oilman et al, and to hear argu
ment in tlie mutter of appointing a
Uecei ver for the oil wells and other
property of tlie Star Oil Company.
The other day an information
was lodged before Judge Carrilloby
.10-e Fueutes charging J. E. Eberle
with au assault to commit murder.
Tho case came up for investigation
yesterday and was dismissed on
motion of the accuser's attorney on
the ground that the charge was
trivial and without foundation.
The charge originated In this way:
Mr. Eberle is tlie owner of a house
in the lower part of the city which
Fuentes occupied without author
ity. On being requested to vacate
he asked for a couple of days' time,
whhh was granted. Some days
afterwards Mr. Eberle went to the
house and found Fuentes still in
possession, whereupon he removed
the doors. The man through
malice then preferred the charge as
Mr. John Qwiu brought lo o'jr
offlce on Wednesday a sample of
wheat, of the Odessa variety. The
press of this county should try to
impress upou the farming commu
nity tlie importance of sowing this
kind of wheat. It has been tested
now two .seasons and has grown,
ripened and matured without being
touched in the slightest degree by
rust. This season's test is about as
severe a one as could be applied.
While adjacent wheat fields are
nearly ruined by rust, this field of
Mr. ()win's is untouched. Farmers
about here concede that it is the
only safe variety t> plant, and next
season it will undoubtedly be sown
to the almost -utter exclusion of
Sonora wheat.— Anaheim Gazelle,
Mr. Sam Beard arrived In t >wn
yesterday, from his mine in Beur
Valley. He says that the mill
lately put up at his mine is a total
failure, the stamps not being
heavy enough. Tho mill was
started up and run a day and a
half, crushing about a ton and a
halt of ore, and broke three of the
stamps. He refuses to accept the
mill, and consequently work has
been suspended. Mr. Beard says
that a (en stump mill will be put
there In a short lime. The ore Is
rich and easily worked, anil we
hope lo see him go ahead again
soon.— San Bernardino Argus.
Mrs. Emily Pitt Stevens, we
learn, Il receiving hearty co-opera
tion anil is having grand success In
organizing the children of this
county under tho triple pledge
against intoxicating liquors, to
bacco and profauity. She will
speak at Westminster next Tues
day; Santa, Ana Wednesday aud
Thursday; Westminster, Friday;
Newport, Saturday and Sunday;
Bolsa, Monday and Tuesday; Or
ange, Wednesday; Anaheim,
Thursday and Friday, Artesia,
Saturday, and Pasadena Sunday
The World ngnun's complimen
tary picnic to the Proteans—F. J.
Mackley, Myra llolloway, Charley
McCarthy and W. Brewster—comes
off at tho City Gardens to-day. In
addition to dancing and other
sports incident to picnics, there
will be ttaptze performances and
in the evening the Proteans will
appear lv some of their choicest
specialties. Tlie cars of tho San
Pedro street line will run till mid
night. A delightful lime may be
expected by all who attend.
Owing to a clerical error in carry
ing out the totals of the tally list
of the Second Precinct, Judge
Thompson, Workingmen's county
candidate, is credited with fifty
more votes than he is entitled to.
This will probably elect General
Howard, as it places the General
ahead, with only three or four
light precincts, such as Soledad,
Elizabeth Lake, etc , to hear from,
We understand the Southern Pa
cific Railroad Company has dis
charged all firemen on trains cross
ing tho desert west from Yuma.
The water is put iv the boilers and
the sun generates the necessary
heat and steam. Instead of wood
the tender is loaded with ice to
counteract tho broiling double
concentrated rays of the desert sun.
This is only rumor, we don't give
it lor fact.— Arizona Citizen.
The juvenile class of the Turn
Verein Germania give a dramatic
entertainment and ball at tho Hall
of the Society, Spring Btreet, this
evening. Tlie performance will
open with a soug by the quartet to
be followed by the comedy in one
act of " The Mouey Is Gone," iv
English and " Meuller and Schurz
In Paris;" one act, in German.
A pipe from the Spring street
sewer has been lead into the
little room atljoiuing the Coun
cil Chamber to test Dr. Cor
bett's system of burning sewer
gas. The inner end of the pipe
has a gas jet fitted into it with a
stop-cock, which admits of turning
the foul gas on and off at will.
General Rosecrans, who passed
through tho city Friday on Ills re
turn lrom Souora, was accompan
ied by Captain Dahlgreen, Cap
tain Voisard, Mr. Myers the well
known railroad constructor, and
Col. Wetherell, Superintendent of
the Arrivaca mine, near Tucson.
The Board of Directors of the
Horticultural Society held a meet
ing yesterday afternoon at
which the bids for grading
the hall lot were opened, and
contract awarded to J. V. York
for the sum of $1,392, ac
companied with a subscription of
$200 towards the grading fund, thus
practically reducing the cost to
$1,192. The Board also appointed a
Building Committee, consisting of
H. K. W. Bent, L. M. Holt I. W.
Lord, A. H. Deuker, J. V. York,
W. S. Maxwell and J. J. Carillo,
whose duty it is lo secure subscrip
tions, prepare plans and erect the
Pavilion, subject to iustructious
from the Society. The Building
Committee will meet at the Secre
tary's oillce, No. 48 Spring street,
up-.stairs, on Monday, June 24tb,
at 1 o'clock, P. M., to organize ami
commence their work. We learn
that the subscription has already
been started with some handsome
figures, which will be given to the
public, with other subscriptions,
from time to time.
Pruning shears and budding
knives at Sutherland's guv store,
75 Main street. lmyo
Crops About Newhall.
i Kditou Herald: The harvest
has fairly commenced and the
farmers are all busy gathering the
golden grain and storing It away
for tho fall and winter. The abun
dant rains of this season have been
a great blessing to this dry county,
aud crops are good this year where
they havo not been for years be
fore. Tho rust has not seriously
affected the wheat in this region,
but in tho Santa Clara valley the
wheat Is reported to be a total fail
ure. The liouey yield will be im
meuse, as every bill and valley Is
covered with the honey producing
flower and sage. Thos. Mitchell
will ship some 30,000 pounds from
his apiary In Solotlad Cafion; Wm,
Bailey 10,000 and J. Menslng 15,000
pounds. Many others will also
ship a large amount. This region
seems to be exceedingly well suited
to tbe apiculturist, Bright flowers
of every hue and variety are seen
on the mountainsand the aroma
is very sweet. Nature is prodigal
in the number and variety of its
floral treasures in this couuty.
The electiou passed oft' quietly,
and but few voters were on baud, as
this is the busy season and a bad
time of the year for an election.
The town was flooded with all
kinds of election tickets aud the
noon traiu brought down from San
Francisco a lot of suspicious look
ing tickets addressed to certalu
members of the board of election
with a frantic appeal to distribute
them as the only true tickets in the
Held. They were distributed after
a fashion, but not as was Intended.
The new opposition stage line
from Newhall to Soledad, in Mon
terey county, will commence to run
about July Ist. The stage horses
and coaches arrived at Newhall
Wednesday. The new company
have succeeded In getting the
United States u-u.il contract, which
was tho principal thing. Their bid
was $29,000—the lowest—conse
quently they were successful.
Tbe golden summer time has
come at last and the fields hay
changed tlielr huoof emerald green
to brown and gold, but tbe lofty
mountains, covered with their
growth of wild oats, look like fields
of ripe wheat and the last beams of
the setting sun cast a mellow light
over their lofty summits that is
enchanting. The scenery is grand
all the way down from the summit
of the Sierra, Santa Susana, and iv
tho dim distance, far away across
the Santa Monica range, the blue
Pacific can bo seen, while to the
south aud west llio counties of Los
Angeles autl Ventura are spread
out like a panorama of hill, moun
tain, valley and plains.
W. A. Brophy.
Newhall, June 21st.
Santa Ana Items.
The subjoined are from the Times
of the 20th imt.
J. W. Rawson, iv the Aliso
Cafion, lias oue of (lie finest fields
of tobacco in this portion ol tbe
State. It Is now about tiiree feet
high and bids fair to give a splen
Joseph Young left Smta Ana last
Saturday with a car load of his
wine, lie intends taking it through
to Chicago and opening a market
there for further shipments.
Mr. Seeley, who is soon to take
charge of the stage live between
here and San Diego, received, one
evening last week, seven new
couches, which are real beauties.
They were manufactured in Ver
While passing along the road be
tween Santa Ana and Tustlu, one
day last week, wo noticed twenty
eight large aud beautiful looking
stacks of grain which wero all iv
tho field, nnd belomr to Silas
We understand that the Rlack
Star Coal Company has purchased
from the San Joaquin Company
ono hundred acres of land upon
which is located the Black Star
mine, the price paid for tho same
The Thistlewalto mine, iv the
Santiago cafion, is now being very
actively worked. The next ship
ment of ore will be made about
July Ist, which will amount to
something like one hundred tons.
The exports from the Santa Ana
depot for the past week are as fol
lows: 10 pkgs mdse, 1991 pounds;
10 cases houey, 1337 pounds; 8 sks
beans, 721 pounds; 21 pkgs wine,
21,526 pounds; 11 cases eggs, 658
pounds; 4G hides, 1119 pounds; 212
sacks potatoes, 25,392 pounds; 12
cars cattle, 240,000 pounds; 24 or
ange trees, 1055 pounds; 3 barrels
trees, 750 pounds. Total, 291,521
Ulalrlct court SttFOLVKDJ, }.
Saturday, June 22.
Bumillcr vs Kelley—J. Bumil
ler, administrator substituted for
• Wakefield vs. Edward Bjulon—
Verdict on special issues. Argu
ment on same set for June 2Gth at 9
Wilcox vs. King et al.—Motion
to set aside salo submitted in ac
cordance with notice herein.
Butler vs. Beach—Motion for new
trial agreed aud submitted.
Gildinacher vs. Knox—Demur
rer submitted —Two days to file
Pelliflgues vs. Signoret—Defend
ant given until tho 27th instant to
Massabo vs. Amillo—On trial.
Hartman vs. Olvera—Proposed
settlement of statement deferred
until further orders of Court.
Otliiiy tourt SrsfUlNi, J.
Saturday', June 22.
Dewey vs. Banog—Continued un
til Tuesday, June 25th, at 10 A, M.
De la Otierra vs. Newhall—Con
tinued until Monday, June 24th, at
10 A. at,
Probate Court BT£PUKNB,J.
Saturday, June 22.
Guardianship of A. Feillu, Jr.—
Continued until Monday, Juue
24th, at 10 A. M.
Estate of Jose M. Garcia—Peti
tion for letters by C.C. Lamb, Pub
lic Administrator, granted.
Go to Meyersteln'a for the best
dry goods at lowest prices.
Rev. Brother Allen.
Editor Herald: Allow me to
say to the public in Eos Angeles,
through your paper, upon my own
responsibility, without reference to
the friends or enemies of the blue
ribbon movement, that I have the
best evidence that O. 8. Allen, the
temperance champion, is warmly
indorsed by the mlulstry and mem
bers of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, both in Sau Francisco and
Rev. Adam Bland.
Los Augeies, Juue 22d, 1878.
The writer of tbe foregoiug is the
pioneer of Methodism in this coun
ty- Q. W. Morgan.
[We cheerfully publish tlie fore
going because it is an inflexible
principle with us that every one
shall havo a hearing in tlie Her
ald. But we aro not a believer in
the Rev. Brother Allen—emphati
cally not.—Editor Hebald.
On being asked why he went into
bankruptcy, he replied: "Well,
my liabilities were large, my ina
bilities numerous, and my proba
bilities unpromising; and so I
thought I'd do as my neighbors do."
Eating is a Torture
Aud sleep o/ten a more travosty of re
pose, to the dyspeptic. Appetite U cor
respondingly impaired by this most
prevalent of mala lies, and headaches,
biliousness, constipation, poverty of the
blood, loss of flesh aud of vitality, and a
thousand annoying and indescribable
<eligations, are its concomitants. It Is,
moreover, the projenltol of numerous
and formidable bodily disorders. Obsti
nate as it Is, however, its complete eradi
cation may be effected by tr.e persistent
use of HosteUer'B stomach Bittern, a
medicine which communloates both
vigor and regularity to the organs 01 di
gestion and secretion, relaxes the bowels
gently but thoroughly, enriches and pu
rifies the blood, promotes appetite, und
gives tranquility to the nervous system.
Personsnf weakly constitution and fee
ble physique who uso this superb tonic
Infallibly derive from it t'no stamina of
which they stand so much In need, nnd
It Is Invariably successful in remedying
uuJ preventing malarial diseases.
If you waut a first class Piauo
Box Top Baggy, With steel axles
and tires, made of tbe beat quality
of material and wan anted, go to the
Cortland Wagon Agency aud buy
one for $250. They are the same
as other makers soli for $350. If
you wanta delivery wagon foryour
ousiueas.a spring wagon for riding,
a family carriage, a wagon to go to
arizoua in, nu express wagon or a
wagon for any purpose that is
strictly first class, buy only at the
Cortland Wagen Agency and save
your money. From $*50 to $100
can be saved on every purchase
and if the vehicles are not as rep
resented your money will be re
funded. This is a permanent insti
tution, dealing in first class goods
and is not to be classed with those
which have sold cheap work made
for auotion trade. I have the best
made wagons and buggies on this
ooast. L. W. Luitwielbr,
Sole Agent, No. II Aliso street.
Bltio flannel and light weight
suit, also a full line of boys' cloth
ing nt Isaao Norton & Co.'s, corner
of Main and Requeuastreets, oppo
site the U. S. Hotel.
Cartridges aud ammunition of all
kinds at Sutherland's guv store, 75
Main street. Imys
Ladies' linen, wash poplin and
percale suits at half price at Isaac
Norton & Co.'s, corner of Main and
Requenu streets, opposite tho U. S.
Parasols, embroideries, gloves,
ties, laces, white and colored hose,
silk handkerchiefs, corsets at bot
tom prices; at the Bazaar, Main
sweet, opposite the United Stale*
Frank Total informs the oitizeus
of Los Augeies generally that he is
now shoeing horses at $1 50 per set.
His B'lop is at No. 97 Spring street,
opposite the M. E. Church South.
All work warranted. mylGif
Butler's watohmaker's shop is
removed to 139 Main street, be
tween Court and First streets, next
door to Bernsteiu, tbe tailor.
Men's, youths' aud boys' white
and colored shirts, check shirts,
overalls, jumpers, over-shirts, at a
great reduction. Isaac Norton &
Co., comer Main and Requeua
streets, opposite U. S. Hotel.
Go to Wood's Opera House ami
Powder, shot and caps at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pale
Ale on draught at McKenzie's.
Guns, ri lies and pistols nl Suther
land's guv store, 75 Main street, 1
Mr. George Moore at Wood's Op
era House to-night.
Shower of cats at Wood's Opera
Meyeisteiu's is tho best place to
buy your clothlug, dry goods, hats,
boots, etc., etc. You you will
find him fair and square deallug in
every respect, and goods cheaper
than elsewhere —49 Main street,
uuder Lafayette Hotel.
I,tdies' scissors aud pen knives at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
Gent's, youths' and boy's cloth
ing at greatly reduced prices, also
boots and shoes, hats, etc., at Isaac
Norton & Co.'s, corner of Main
and Requena streets, opposite the
U. S. Hotel.
Can't agree, at Wood's Opera
Mothers, Mothers Mothers.
Don't fall to procure Mas. Winslow's
Sootiiino Bvkoi- for nil diseases of
teething in children. It relieves the
child from patn, cures wlud oollc, regu
lates the bowels, and,by giving relief and
health to tho child, gives rest to the
mother. rc2S-eod tjm
Among the Whitest Things on Earth
Aro teeth, beautlfled and preserved by
SOZODONT; and the rose Is source
sweeter than the breath which becomes
aromatic through lis Influence. It is the
very pearl of dentllrlces and tho sureet
freveuttvo of dental deoay in existence,
t remedies wllh certainty canker and
every species of corrosive blemish upon
the teeth, and counteracts the hurtful In
fluence upon them of acidity of tho
stomach. Tlie formula of its preparation
It contains only botanic ingredients, and
Inoludes ouly the puiest ami most sal
utary of these.
; THE BAZAAR,
Corner of Main and Requena Sts.
LINENS, PIQUES, LAWNS.
As the Summer season is a little back
ward this year, we have determiued to
close out our entire stock or
We will therefore offer for the NEXT"
THIRTY DAYS LADIES' SUITS at Ihe
Our 115 Ladles' Wash Poplin Suit at 87 50
Our 112 Ladies' Wash Poplin Suit at $6 00
Our »10 Ladles'Pecale Suit at tSCO
Our $10 Ladles' Linen Suit at 15 00
Our !5 Ladies' Linen Suit at., |2 00
BOTThe above prices are JUST HALF
what these suits cost to Import.
We have also made a decided reduc
tion In our
Gents', Youths' and Boys'
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES.
Trunks & Valises.
Isaac Norton &Co.,
JeMf Opposite the U. S. Hotel.
Tli-; Cheapest Cloth
ing aud Furnishing
floods Store In the
oily Is the IMPOR
TANT, 28 Spring St.,
Central Block. The
lowest prices and
FAIR and SQUARE
DKALINQ TO ALL.
in rnicts or first-class
Cor. Commercial AMain Sts.
Buruell & Rebbeck,
! Landscape Gardeners and
| jstf No. 105 SPRING ST.
6ARND OPENING DISPLAY
Ko. 19 Spring Street,
SATURDAY, June Ist,
AND THE FOLLOWING WEEK.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
WE WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC OUR LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
r r ri TIMES PRICES!
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES
At the following Unprecedented Reductions, to wit:
GRENADINES, 10c per yard; LAWNS, 15c. per yard;
VICTORIA LAWNS, plalo, striped and plaid, 200. per yard.
All .Shades am) Colors at 50 cts. per yard.
LINEN SUITS, $5; PERCALE, $2; WRAPPERS, 50c.
XT TVT DERWE A JFL,
Embroideries, Laces and Hosiery
At prices alone to be found at tho
Where Is offered at "BED-ROCK" PRICES a full and complete line In
the VERY LATEST STYLES of Foreign and Domestic
A LSO, A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Cent's Furnishing Goods.
KO-rnil am] make early selections, We will give you MORE GOODS for LESS
MONEY than you can buy elsewhere. Come and convince yourselves at the
Capital Store, No. 9 Spring St., Los Angeles.
I. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
JUST OPENING AT SLANEYT
A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS <fc SHOES
Having Just returned from the city. I now offer lo my friends and patrons a. nn c
a selection ofsoods as can be found in San Frauclsco, comprising the followin a
Lsalfl' F.n. Froneh . V \»\ £ CHILDREN'S and'
Kid BuUoned. S de. IN*ANT'S
Toilet sl 'PP ers SSSr
°' "'i,ml , |i!es. a, " J : Nj ■> _ ' BOOTS,
Low-battle Shoes DURABLE
In sollcitliiK pair nage nnd knowing the trants ef my customers, I am deter
mined to keep mil,lns but the BEST QUALITY OF GOODS, nnd WILL SELL
THEM CHEAPER than the same can be bought elsewhere
■arcALL AM) HE CUNVIUCIiD.
100 MAIN STREET.
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & CO.'fJ.
1. O. lIANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SELL ALL KINDS OF
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Succtssful Machine ou the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in tlie WO«LI>
PUMPB AND TANKS A BPECIALTY.
Kg?"DON'T KAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
Private Boarding House,
No. 21, cor. Tbird and Hill its.
tTBDAKt) BY THK HAY, WEEK OK
If, IVTH. Terms Rprtn.,nnhl.. o!2tf
C. 1). HOYT,
AT KEKGUSON * ROSE'S STABLB,
Mtitn street, Los Angeles. Je3-2m
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