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,«kHerald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal ! rintlng. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., : rlnted at low rates, reutonia Saloon, 123 Main Street. Tbo celebrated Fredericks burok Lager Beer will be, from this day, on draught and be kept all through tho Summer monthson Ice. Hot lunchfromll to 2o'cloelt; all delicacies always on band. 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 offer my stock of doors, sashes, etc., at the following reduced pri es- window sasii. SxlO 81 35 Bxl2 1 5° 9x13 1 65 13x12 1 65 10x14 1 75 10x16 2 25 15x28 2 75 15x32 3 00 15x38 3 35 15x40 3 50 Other sizes in proportion. DOORS. 2.6x6.0x1 inch $1 60 ».6x6.6x1|, moulded 1 90 2.8x6.8x1* " 2 12 2.8x6.8x1, " 2 25 2.10x6.10x1} " 250 Bx7xlJ " 2 75 Every other size lv proportion. Also great reduction In paints, oils and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles street, under the White House. B. Raphael. Im-eepl27 Th« Russian Electric Baths of R. Hughes and Wife are located at No. 15 Main street, opposite the Pico House. Gentleman and la dies will be waited upon by persons of their own sex. nov!4tf The dry goods and novelty store ill Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com mercial street, is an attractive re volt to the ladies of Los Angeles. Mr. Prager has ono of the most ex tensive and recherchfi stocks of goods ever brought to Los Angeles, and there Is absolutely nothing necessary to the feminine toilette vr eh may not be foUDd in his store. He has been guided in his purchases by a thorough knowledge of the requirements of this section, and the latest fashions and novel lies may he at all limes inspected ut No. 6 Commercial street. Give him a call. my 7 Razors of every make at Suther land's gun store, 75 Main street. 2 Notice. The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re quena street, near Main, opposite tbe United Slates Hotel, are again opened to the ladies and will be carried ou in a strictly respectable way, so that all ladies, witii or without escorts, may feel at ease and receive prompt and respectful attention. Oysters in every style, shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly on band. Joe Bayer. oct4tf Spring eye needles (our own make) at Sutherland's gun store, 76 Main street. -mj7 The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co. have made arrangements to receive monthly cargoes of the famous Ph. Best Brewing Company's export lager beers. These beers are made at Milwaukee and bottled by the Messrs. Stamm & Meyer. The Drat of the cargoes arrived yester day, consisting of an entire load, The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co., through this arrangement, nre enabled to oiler special advantages to purchasers. The first prizes were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex port beer at the Centennial Expo sition, at the Wisconsin State Fair, held at Milwaukee, aud at the Inter-State Fair held at Chicago. Imapr2l Carving knives at Sutherland's, 75 Main street. 2my7 McKenzie's. Go 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 sie's host of customers testify unanimously as to their merit. J3tf Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has lust received a consignment of booa lager beer, lt is a bu tierb article and cannot be excelled a* a draught beer. Oysters, shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all kinds, constantly on hand. Give him a call. Corner Maiu and Re quena streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel. o9 Cheap prices at Sutherland's gun store, 75 Maiu street. 2my7 Call on Caroline C. Burton, at No. 148 Main street, proprietress of the Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab lishment. She makes braids, curls and waterfalls at the shortest no tice. Tangled hair straightened and made up Into any shape. Per fumeries of the finest quality al ways ou baud. octl-1 m-eod. Genuine Marrian's Burton Pale Ale on draugbt at McKenzie's. City Bill Poster. M. Engel, bill poster and distrib uter. All kinds of advertising done at reasonable rates. Controls all tbe best and most prominent bulletin bill boards. Olllce, No. S Market street ap26tf tlery at 75 Main 2rayT citizens oat ho is ) per set. ig etreet, a South, mylfltf geon, STABLK, Je»-2rn •taobWr m-*r §0$ fynpUfi gwato. THURSDAY.~~...JULY __7T_7B Herald Steam Printingllonse. The lacillties of the Hkkald Steam Printing Houhg for doing job work are not surpassed In California outside ot Han Francisco and Sacramento. All work en trusted to us will be executed with neat ness and dispatch at the lowest living rates. NKECIAI AO. HE. Hereafter notices uf companies, socie ties, churches, etc., will only be inserted In the II euai.k 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 Los An geles, o*l.. July 10. 1878. _ _ _ * * o I J a I > <* P a 4:50 a. jr. 29.81 10 82 E 3 OlMy 1:50 p. K. HO 85 75 hi W 10 Clear 8:15 p.m. 29.86 63 78 W 8 Clear Maximum Thermometor, 77. Minimum " SJ. J. M. Fkantz, Observer. •3 I I A. 1 P. P. Maximum Thermometer, 77. Minimum 11 SJ. J. M. Fkantz, Observer. LOCAL BREVITIES. Council meets in regular session at 7.30 this evening. The steamer Senator la due from San Francisco to day. The Hellcnau-Muscarel block is making rapid advances. The Workingmen propose to give a picnic on Sunday the 28th inst. October will dawu upon a session of the Supreme Court of California held in I.os Ansreles. Dr. L. W. French was umong yesterday's overlan I passengers from Ssn Fraucisco. Mr. Beaudry's hill park already affords a grateful shade. The trees are making a fine growth. Mr. York, the contractor, yester day afternoon commenced the woi k of grading the sitefor the Horticul tural Pavilion. I,os Angeles people at S m Frail cisco hotels on the 9th ins.: B. W. Edelman, Cosmoiiolitan; ii. F. French, Huse House. It is reported tiiat, owing to the damp and foggy weather which has prevailed, the raisin crop at Riverside will not be so large Ihis year us last. Judge Sepulveda iiai triad fuilh fully to give himself a legal vaca tion, but he finds that he nan Dot achieve the thing entirely. He is continually called upon to do work in chambers. The new "T" store is growing in public favor daily. The system pursued by Ilia Messrs Meyers & Mcndelsnn —to nt all times sell goods up to brand—is the only true one aud in the end must, succeed. Captain W. H. A. Kidd, former ly Deputy County Clerk, who is desirous of spending the Summer in a comfortably warm climate, will leave for Yuma OU Friday, where he proposes to spend some months. We encountered Don David Alexander in town yesterday. He informs Ui that the wheat in the neighborhood of Wilmington will makeiibout half a crop, while the barley is in excellent condition. Lime Irees not only make a beautiful hedge but they emit a highly delightful nrotna. Take a lime leaf in your hand, bruise it and smell It and you have one of the most delightful perfumes im aginable. A frenchman yesterday paid $15 Into the City Court to repair tbe damage done by his sheep in trampling down the banks of the i East side water ditch. Tho charge was misdemeanor. Mr. L. J. llllstrom, of Sauta Mo nica, who has lived iv Southern California for the past six or seven years nnd who thinks a change of climate will add to bis enjoyment of life, leaves to-day for Alaska, where ho will probably go into business. An admission fee of £5 cents wid be charged to witness tbe match game of base ball between the Two Orphans Club, of Bakersfleld, and tbe Nameless of this city, to be played at the Agricultural Park grounds on Monday next, at 9 o'clock A. M. B. Marxsen was examined before Judge Peel yesterday afternoon, on Iba charge of having been au ac cessory before the fact to the burn ing of the Central Hotel, which oc curred on the 29th of June, und was bald in $1000 bail to appear before tbe next Urand Jury. Capt. Bay ward, according to tbe Riverside Prens, ls about to set to work on developing the Temescal tin mines. As nearly two million dollars' worth of tin Is imported yearly Into tbe United States there is au ample field for home production. Don Juan Vainer Informs us that, in going out to the Fuente raucho yesterday, he saw several parties of Chinamen engaged in gathering wild mustard seed. The Mongolians had tents and were en camped near Pueute station. One of tho gauge numbered about twenty and all seemed to be working as though they expected to realize goodw ages for their labor. The American Sewing Machine Company have appointed the Messrs. Dotter <& Bradley agents for their spend id Invention. It lias every late invention known in th* business, and it has tho additional prime recommendation ot selling for a very low price—sss. The Messrs. Dotter & Bradley will take a pleasure tv showing the Instru ments to Intending purchasers and explaining their special merits. Give them a call. "The belter tbe day, the better the deed," Is a very old and a very good proverb, but it won't do to apply it to a crime, more especial ly If that crime be murder. The few bloody tragedies that hove been enacted iv tliis vicinity dur ing the last decade have been. If our memory serves ua right, com mitted on Sunday. The murder of Lehman occurred on Sunday; it was on a Sunday morning tbat Charles Neit3on was killed by Mn- Artburin the hotel, and on last Sunday tbs most brutal murder of all was committed. In the case of Lehman, tbe person accused of tbe crime was tried and found guilt less, and so no one was punished; lv tho case of Neilson, tho mur derer was found guilty of a misde meanor, or assault, or something of that sort, and was confined in the Btate Prison for oue year. The latest murder is a poor brute of au Indian, and be will probably be hung.— Anaheim Gazette. A petition is being circuited among our citizens for signatures, which binds the signers to contrib ute fifty cents per month for the permanent establishment of a Kindergarten school, to be under the direction of Miss Kate D. Smith, who thoroughly under stands und has had large experi ence in teaching this system. The object of this contribution Is to en able Mils Smith, who will be at. great expense for the rent of a suitable building and grounds, to reduce the terms of tuition to $4 per mouth. A number of our prominent Oltlcsni, among whom we noticed the names of Judge Se pulveda, Dr. Kurtz, Messrs. Heluzeman & Ellis and others, are intertatiug themselves warmly in the project, which we hope will meet with success. Anaheim Qazeltc, July lOlli: We regret to learn that a serious acci dent happened to Mr. Al. Smith, the well known photographer, on his way toSilverado. Aieemlinga steep incline, he and tho other oc cupants of the bugtry alighted and walked, iv older to lighten the la bors of the horses. The horses be came frightened at something and started to run, and Mr. Smith hav ing imprudently loosened his hold upon the reins, there was nothing to restrain them. Mr. -smith, in attempting to stop them, had his arm broken above the elbow. As the gentleman's health is delicate, seiious results are feared by Dr. Ellis, the surgeon in charge. We learu from Mr. Charles Gas sen, who has just come in from a trip in the mountains, that a very severe shock of earthquake was felt on Tuesday night in the section ox tel.ding from Valle de las Viejas to the Lacuna. Two shocks were felt. The first was comparatively light, and occurred about six o'clock in the evening. The second came teu minutes later, nnd was exceedingly sharp. Buildings were uninjured, but things in the houses were tip ped over, crockery broken, etc. Mr. Gassen says the folks in the country were a good deal astonish ed. Nothing at all was felt this side of Valle de las Viejas.— San Diego Union. We understand that a movement is ou foot among thu merchants and hotel keepers of this city lo devise some means of showing the BaWersflald excursion party, which will arrive on Saturday next, the sights of the city and vicinity. The Messrs. Hamme! & Denker, of the United Stutes Hotel, intend to place their omnibus and hacks at the seivico of tho visitors during their stay. Some others who own suitable vehicles have signified their wiliingoesj to do likewise. A meeting will probably be held to night to take some definite action in the matter. At tho semi-annual meeting of the Turuverciii Oermania, held at their hall last evening, the follow ing officers were elected for the en suing term: Ernest Neitzke, First Reader; Henry Hess, Second Read er; T. R. Barlheloies, First Secre tary; C. Oroebe, Second Secretary; T. Frohling, Treasurer; F. Morsch, Captain of the Schuetzen Section; C. Ruthard, Leader of the Saeuger Section. Tbe Subscription Committee of tbo Horticultural Society will commence calling upon our citi zens to day to solicit subscriptions for ouildingthe new Horticultural Pavilion. The object for which aid is asked is one in the success of which our merchants and citi zens generally should feel a deep Interest. We therefore trust that the call of tbe committee will be met by n liberal response. Our venerable friend Don Juan Warner informed us yesterday, in reply to our inquiry as to the date of his arrival in California, tbat he had been lauded at Ban Pedro from Noah's Ark as it passed, en route to Mount Ararat. We were aware that the old gentleman had been a long resilient of tbis section but bad no idea that his advent dated from so remote a period. During the fl»cal year ending June lit): h there were received at Wilmington and shipped over tbe Southern Pacific Railroad 19,000, --000 feet of lumber. For the aame period there were received at and shipped from tho same port and carried over the railroad 34,000 tons of merchandise. The Philharmonic Society. The Philharmonic Society met last eveuing, the President, Mr. E. F. Spence, In the Chair. Considerable routine business was transacted, Incident to the perfection of tho organization, which was completed by the adop tion of a code of by laws. A report was received from the Executive Committee recommend' ing Mr. Chas. E. Day as Musical Director, which was enthusiasti cally adopted. Mr. J. W. Gillette, was elected Recording Beoretary to fill tho va cancy caused by the resignation of Mr. 0. W. LiFetra, ufter which a number of choruses were rendered. The Society is now fairly organ ized, nnd hereafter nothing but musical work may be expected. All who have any interest in music are invited to be present and join the Society next Wednesday eve ning at 8 o'clock. \ County Valuation. We are Indebted totba politeness of County Assessor A. W. Ryan for the following official estimates of what we are worth In this county. We quote: The total number of acres of real estate assessed In this county, ex clusive of town lots and possessory claims, is 1,250,881. This is class ified as follows: Fir6t grade—lrrigable, most, vineyard aud orchard land, worth from $20 tv $50 per acre; avsrage. $23.10— 62,749 seresi to tal value, $1,449,565. Second grade-Medtnm and good grain and farm land, worth from $10 to $20 per acre; averago, $11.70—150,071 acros; value, $1,760,348. Third grade—Fine grnzing and p?or grain land, worth from $5 to $10 per acre; average, $5.67-292,009 acres; value, $1, 656,101. Fourth grade—Grazing, swamp, alkali, mountain and rock land and river bed, worth from 50 contr to $5 per acre; aver age, $1.91—745,065 acres, value, $1,427, --767. Ileal eßtat<>, other than city or town lots $0,299,782 Improvements on same a^scsbed to same owner 1,851,853 City and town lot 3 3,409,557 Improvements on saino assessed to tamo owner 1,811,778 Improvements en all property asse-sed to other tnau owner ofthe land 48.735 Possessory claims 61,401 Improvements on Bame 23,460 Miuing claims 450 Total actual cash value of all des criptions of roal ostate $13,597,106 Total cash value of personal pro perty 2,620,000 Grant! total -assossmi lit c,F coun ty $16,223,106 ITEMS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. Money on hand, or special de posit * 91 680 Steamers, vessels, wat.-rora't 25,900 Goods, wares and merchandise 460 795 Wagons and other vehicles 187.490 Harness, robes, saddles, etc 37.73; Libraries—law, medical and misc. 11,673 Farming utensils 34,719 Horsas—thoroughbrcd,37 head, ay. $226.50 8,835 " American, 1135 hd., av.s7o 7J.E43 Half-breed, 2887 hd., ay. $35.40 92,197 " Spanish, 4011 he.id, ay, $19.47 89 851 Colt', 1,558 head, ay. $14.78 23.035 Cows, thoroughbred, 40 hd., ay. $50.87 2,275 " American, 1,581 hoad, ay. $20.33 41,610 Mixed, 2,700 hd., ay. $19.80 53,468 Spanish. 632 hd. ay. $16.06 10,150 Calves, 1,050 head, ay. $5.08 8,407 Stock cattle, 5.656 bead, ay. $9.73.. 55,079 Beef cattle, 322 hoad, ay. $13.79.. 4,422 Goala, 807 head, ay. $1.08 871 Sheep, imported or line, 5,133 head, ay. $2.73 14,030 " graded, 108,070 head, ay. $1 40 152,810 " common, 240,683 head, ay. $1.02. 250 250 Jacks and jennies, 28 hd., ay. $31.00 885 Mules, 972 head, ay. $33,88 34,870 Oxen, 22 ay. $15 331 Hogs, 12,1159 head, ay. S2 38 29,927 Bee hives, No. 11,911, ay. $2.25... 20,775 Grain, tons, 493, ay. $10 7,843 Hay, tons, 634. ay. $3.90 2,511 Honey 4 Coal, tons, 150, ay. $8 1,200 Sewing machines, No. 404, ay. $16.98 0,860 Watches, No. 1,033, ay. $21.73 22 561 Jewelry or plate 3,950 Furniture 221,096 Fixtures of saloons, stores and other business places 22,000 Miißical instruments 21,375 Wines, gals. 237,130, ay. 11.18 ots. 20,678 Brandies and other liquors, gala. 2,683, ay. 83 cts 2,240 Poultry, dozens, 4,241, ay. $3 12,725 Fire arms 0,492 Lumber, feet, 1,195,000, ay. i% cts 48,660 Wood 1,083 Machinery 195,900 Railroad rolling Btoclr 183 429 Dogs. No. 1,358, ay. $5 6,790 Total $2,626,000 THE MURDER OF THE PAL MERTONS. Particulars of ths Fiendish Act-TM MarJertr Oipturid and Lynclnd. Deputy Sheriff J. A. Berry, of Pomona, who was in the city yes terday, gives tha following addi tional particulars of the murder of Mr. aud Mrs. Palmertou at Sin Jacinto, on Friday la.it, a short ac oount of which was given in the telegraphic columns of last Sunday's HERALD. It seems that a Mexican, whose name is not known, called at the house of an old man and woman on the evening stated and asked for some thing to eat. The lady supplied him with victuals which be pro ceeded to make awuy with, taking his station ou the wood pile near the bock door. In the meantime, the man camo in from the field where he had been at work, and taking a bucket of water, sat down upon the door step and pro ceeded to wash his feet. While he was thus engaged, the Mexican, actuated by some fiendish purpose which can hardly be under stood, rushed upou him with an axe, and killed him. The wretch then went into the house and at tacked the old lady. He first aimed a blow at her bead witli his axe. She threw up ber right hand to ward ofr the blow, and. iv so doing, had the four fingers severed from her baud. The man struck again, tbis time cleaving the skull aud leaving the poor old woman in sensible nt his feet, and fatally In jured. He then preceeded to ran sack the house, probably with the intention of robbery, but the sudden barking of a dog alarmed him and he fled, without securing any booty. It is thought that he either made good his escape Into Lower California or struck northward. Tho authorities of San Bernardino and of this county bave been on the lookout for him, and it was a search of this character which brought our informant into town. He had derived bis information from Mr. White, a private citizen of San Diego county, who bad come up in hopes of tracking tbe mur derer. The two proceeded to look through the Mission and the Monte, but found no traces of the fugitive. A report that lie came in on the train from from Colton al-o proved unfounded. Later —The following telegram givos the sequel of the tiogcdy: Rivkrside, Cal., July 10.—Last Saturday J. B. Kennedy, Justice of the Pence, accompanied by i Constable, overtook and cupturei In the San Jacinto mountains, Re fugio Boca, the supposed murdeier of Wm. Palmerton. The prisone had a preliminary trial on Mon day, but, before any decision wa given by the Justice, au armed mob surrounded, took forcible pos session of Ihe prisoner ami huo him. There is no doubt but tba they hung the right man. Card From the Ladies' Movement Society The several committees appoint ed by the L. B. 8. for tho picnic at Washington Gardens, on the Fourth of July, met Tuesday at Good Templars Ilall to ascertain tbe linnl result of their effort. After paying all expenses Incurred, they find they have cleared the haudsouje sum of $240 which has been placed in the bands of the Treasurer of the' Soc iety. Taking Into consideration the various entertainments given ou Hint day and the extreme dull ness of the times generally, the ladies feel that they have been highly successful. Not to their own labor entirely do tbey attribute their success, but in a good measure to the kind encour agement and substantial aid re ceived from friends outside the Society. Gratefully appreciating ail the favors thown them, the President and Committee want publicly to express their thanks to all who aided them in tho work, and desire especially to mention the following persons for most gen erous favors: Messrs. J. Osborne, R. Bills, Meyberg Bros, H. Stoll, Merriam, T. Rowan, to the preis and to Mr. and Mrs. Waldron, who gave the free use of their beautiful Gardens and were untiring in their zeal and kindness and effort to aid us in all ways. To them we wish to return our heartfelt thanks. To Mr. Wm. Pridham we feel in debted for many favor*, both at the present time ami In the past, and feel that much cf our success at all times is dependent upon his generous support. To one and all we wish to expresa our heartfelt tlmnka. By order of Committee. Valuable Documents. Mr. J. C. Llitlsfleld, the Public Librarian, has received from the Department at Washington a num ber of pamphlets, of which we give a list below. They contain special Information which many may be glad tv acquire: Remarks of Commander Geo. Dewey, U. S. N., on the coasts of Lower California ami Mexico. Report of a Reconnoissance of the Basin of the Upper Yellowstone in 1871 by Capt. J. W. Barlow, as sisted by Capt. D. P. Heap. Report of Prof. Joa. Henry, Sec retary of the Smithsonian Insti tute, for the year 1870. Notes on the History and climate of New Mexico, by Dr. Thos. A. McParliu, Surgeon TJ. S. A. Inter oceanic Communication—Admiral C. 11. Davis. Madeira, the Salvages, and the Canary Islands. Translated from ! the French. Hydrographlo Ofll.to Practical Papers, Nos. 1 to 6. Remarks of Capt. M. A. Lefevre, of the French Navy, on the voyage of the Vaii'lreuil through the Pat agouian Channels aud Magellan Strait. Translated from the French. The Cape Verde Islands. The Azores or Western Island*. Report of the Commission of X i gioeers appointed to investigate the reclamation of the alluvial basin ofthe Mississippi river sub ject to inundation. Preliminary report of explora tions in Nebraska and Dakota in the years 1835-50-57. Report of an expedition up the Yellowstone river, by Lieut. Cot. James W« Forsyth and Lieut. Col. F. D. Grant. Report of Lieutenant Gustavus C. Doano upon the so-called Yel lowstone Expedition of 1870. COURT REPORTS. roiitttf ituirt Stephens. .7. Wednesday, July 10. Eldiidge vs. Bathy—Case closed ami taken under advisement. Qrier vs. Siinms.— Motion to dis miss appeal denied. Case art for trial on the 22nd of July, 1873. A Story of a Trail. She was a tall, stout Individual, and sprang out of the wagon as lightly as a springe'iicken after a grasshopper. He was a little with ered, drled-up weasel, and followed slowly bringing a basket of eggs with him. They entered one of our stores nnd she asked, "What are ye givin' for eggs?" "Eight cents," was tlie reply of the counter-jumper. "Well, here are throe dozen," ■aid the fat party, "and I'll take it into calico." "But I want some yarn to mend my socks," put in the old man. "The weather is warm," replied tha fat party, "and you can go without socks." "But my bools hurt my feet," insisted tbe man. "Go barefooted," said she, rather sharply. Then turning to the clerk she changed her tune aud remark ed: "Young man, please count me out the egga and give me four yards of calico to match this 'ere dress." • •But " The old man was go ing to continue, when she raised her huge index linger and said: "Henry Winter Davis Scriggins, them 'are eggs are mine; the hens what laid 'em are mine; the corn what fed em was mine, and I'se going to have a trail on this 'ere dress as long as Betsy Gowen'a if every toe on your feet turns into gum-biles. Now, shut. Aud you, youngster, yauk off four yards of that 'are calico, or you will hear a bumble bee a-buzzin'. " The old man shut and the clerk yanked oil' the calico. An Eastern minister was telling tola Sunday school all about Sam son and his exploits. "With what remarkable weapon did Samson slay his enemies?" he asked. No one knew. In older to coach tbe school a liti U, he tapped his jaw, and said, "Children, what Is this?" It was enough. Torpid memories wen quickened, and the victory was won. A dear little boy, who, if he keeps the promise of his child hood, will soma day be a candidate for office, cried out, " I know—l know, (dr." Elated at the success of bis plan, the minister turned to him, and said, " Well, my little mail, aland up and tell the whole school what it is," Ho rose witli great dignity, and replied, " It's the Jawboue of au ass, sli!" It is recorded that the only daughter of a famous Arab eh ef came weeping to him ou the third day after her marriage, to com plain that her husband had struck heron the face. "What cheek did he smite?" asked the venerable parent. "The left," answered tbe injured bride, through her tears. "Good,'' said the sympathizing father, administering a tremen dous slap to her right cheek; "this makes all even again. Go tell tby husband that if he has butTdted my daughter, I have buffeted his wife." Property Transfers. FROM JUUSON, GILLKTrE A OIRHOK'S THAM aoair, ov lIECOUrjS, JULY 10, 1878. CONVEYANCES. John Grlswold and wife, Jennie, lo Sanford Jones—Mouth I acres of tot 12,b1k J, San Pasqunl tract, I,ake Vlnsyard Land und Water Association, and water shares; tICOO. W H Toler to Zebulnn Smith acres cast side San Pedro st; 16001. ACVarelatoJ B Rapp-Partof lotl, blk 27, Huber tract, on Olive aud Eighth sts; tl. Chas Rosa to Alexander Ross—N % of SW <4 Beo 10 T 2 8 R 13 W, 80 acres; It. J W Sco'.t and wife, Mary M, to George Bayley— Lots 36and 63, Central Addition to Santa Monica; SUO. John J Bodkii, to Simon B Cox—rart of W y. Sec 36 T I N ROW; »230. J H Lucas to Thos J Hlgglns—His undi vided % Interest in SE portion or lots 3. 4, 5. 6, 7 uud 8, bloik 3, o' Beaudry tract, cily; 1800. Enaellua Mol.'tn do Lyon to EN Mc- Donald—All her tntaresi in Itao.-bo Palos Verde*; !61. STOCK REPORT. BAN eisa NOIsCO STOCK AND KX OIIAN'IIO BOARD. saw FsAsnifoo. July 0 Or", r 48*4 i Imperial 05(&75 Mox.cau i.v. d Kentuck 2\ tk C T IU UK I Alpha lv B& B is* I Beloher 4 l<><a4 30 Oslltoiui"... I 8 Nevada Ti®H Savage 11%6,12 Or«l> 9H9H Oon Vs...* BTt ttiftH I Eulllor 3 7«@4 00 Mexican lis | Exchequer 'i 70 Ohollar -Js!«©isJi Overman... !0!4®1G), B fc N 754 7Ji@7 | Justine 4 20@4 40 Crown Folur C&STS Union ..7la,'a>7J4 lacker e:fr Alto C^a6?i Q & C 7 | Ca'edonla i Julia 6"i@s>g | evening lasaxox, Sas Francisco, July 10. It.A E 3 Gould4C 7H KurekH 06555 Belcher 4 20(84 Si Jackson 3 lo Exchequer 2 90 N Belle Mexican U% r )i*% (i Prize 3 SO i'tab 9% Independ'o 1 6 t'aliloi'iiiu.,.l2', His 1 , Manhnttan 6 S Nevada ly,<MV t Star 1 2 Chollar 26 Hamburg 2y, Union C!4C«6!$ Hill Side iV, Ophlr. 47mJ|48S< Bodie ay,@ti Savage UJ4MIl J i Dechto; m b «* b wneiH< G Terra 201J4 Con Va OJiaiWi Tip-Top 1 40 Point 6 Julia luckei BWatts' Alta 6y, Benton IKI3I tn Bullion 3 9i*S4 25 Ward 1 40 Blindly Groping For some medicinal alcoholic resusci tant of physical ensrgy which should take tho. place or the heady and fre quently adulterated stimulants of com merce, the medical pracMUouers of a quarterofaceutnry ago were electrified on first observing the reviving effects up ou the system of a ton.:: thee recently introduced, but which has since become the most popular medicine sold on this continent, viz.: Hostetter'a Stomach Hitters. Their astonishment aud admi ration were increased when experience f.irther disclosed that this botanic reme dy effected, results which the mineral drugs of the pharmacopoeia often utterly tall 10 produco.'-among oihers, the per mantnl restoration of vigor, the removal of digestive, secretive and evaouatlve Ir regularities, aud the eradication and prevention of periodic fevers. Speedy recognition of tho merits of the hitters byuupreju (Iceland enligntened uhysl olftui naturally followed this revelation of medical facs, whhdi havo since re ceived such frequent and positive con firmation. If any Dealer Informs You tliat he has tor sa'.e a dentifrice Identical with or containing Ingredient* equalling or superior in efficacy to those ot SOZODON'I', discredit tho statement and insist npou having that alone. Hy doing so, you will secure a deni it rice par excellence tho best in the market, con taining botanic elements of rare preserv ative Influence upon the teeth aid one which will endow them with most be coming whiteness. Another desirable feature of this staplo toilet ariele is (hat lt Imparts tragraiico to the breath. Sold by druggists. SPECIAL NOTICES. A Remrkablo Cure. West Townsend, Vt.,May 11, 1881). MIISSRS. S. VV, FOWLK 4 SONS. cientlemen—.Several years since I looli a severe culd. which settled on my where lt remained without relaxation, i was then in Massachusetts, and growing worse aud becoming unable to attend to my business, 1 returned home and com menced s.-urchlug lv earnest tor some medicine which wonld restore ray loat health. 1 consulted physicians and triad inaay remedies, but obtained no help and dally ses worse. 1 had a ter nolo ootttfh aud raised a good deal of blood. Enad pro/use ntglit sweats and severe pain iv my side. 1 continued in this state lor mouths.and beeameso weak that lt was with great difficulty I could walk, when I was advised to trytt'isrAit's Balsam ok Wilo Cliauur, and, to my groat Joy I soon lound i ai Ituarem. edy h id arrested the Oiseas.-. 1 oontln ued to use tho Balsam to the extern ofays bottles ao.l have, since then experleiictsi uo difficulty of tiie lungs. I believe the Balsam saved myllfe aud I sbail ever bold it lv high estimation. Yours truly. Lew la I'iiui.i'S Do it at Once I Persons who have become thoroughly chilled from any cause, may have Ihelr circulation atouoa restored l>y taking in to the stomach a toaspnonful of Johnson's Auodyno Liniment, mixed iv a littlo cold water, well sweetened. Lyon's Katuaikon makes beautiful luxuriant, glossy hair; provenU Its tall tug out or taming gray. It has stood tbr test of 40 years ls charmingly perfumed and has no rival. Henry K. Bond, of Jefferson, Main, .wits cured ofspitting blood, soreness and w;aß> nssa of tne stomach, by the use oi John .mi's Anodyno Liniment interually. Every farmer wlio owns a t;o"d stock oi horses, cattle aud sheep, and Intends lo koep them through the winter should at once get a good stock of Sheridan's Cav alry Condition Towders. One dollar's worth will save at least a half a ton of hay. a Widk-Awakk Youth's Paper.— Kor Judicious editing, select and popular oontrlbutors, and sprlghly, entertaining reading,l he Youth* Cumonnion, of Boston has no superior among tho youth's publi cations •"roua a Dlstiujrulsneti Jurist. "I have tried tho Peruvian sysup, and the result fully sustains your prediction, tt has made a new man of me, Infused In to my system new vigor and cuorgy. I am no longer tremulous uud debilitated as wheu you last saw me, but stronger, heartier, aud with a larger capacity for labor—mental aud physical—than at any lime during the last five years. Siold hy all druggists. Marster's Self-Regulating FEEDEE I FOR THKEBIIINO HACUINKB, Is the only Fe6d«r manufactured that teeda wttbout moving all the straw in a body, con sequently giving a mora regular feed turn lt 1b possible to obtain with a draper feeder; it feed* the wholo length of the cylinder; it in easily changed to teed fast or alow as desired; snvt-b the labor of two men and doea not ro* autre an experienced tableman to feed It, Tho separator ueeds no alteration with th« exception of tha removal of feod board to se cure lt in position, and doea not have to be taken off when movin<. It reqnires but lit. tte power to run It, and has no complicated parts liable to get out of order. Its success having been fully demonstrated, I cordially invite all parti*** interested to call and Judge ot tte nirrtts. For fall particulars address B. *T. MA INTERS. Stockton, o*l. 4*fe BP -5 iSfO/■ fur day, at come *t)tJ '* J H/mpfea worth $1, free. Snuoa «*~<v, Portland. Me, m.irUd w NRW ADVERTISEMENTS. OPENING OF TUG STORE 2 Tho uuilereiu. Ed beg to announce tbat they wljt open t ic'lr store un July Int, at 48 and 50 Spring St., With a larga and well selected stock of Choice Starve and Fancy Groceries, Provisions. Wines and Liquors. TEAS. We have wade such arianaeraents Id China uud JHpan lor getting TEAS packed express! v lor our trade und shipped to us direct,* hich will enable us to sell Teas at such prices and of such qualities that will meet, with the approv al of all who give our Teas a trial.' Our own brand, which we will guaian tee as choice lv every respect, wilt con* slstof full line* of Japan Teas, viz: TAMASHIRO (WHITE MOUNTAIN), OOJEE, Tliu celebrcted Toa District near Klto; HATCHUGEE, ATAMI-NO-MIZA, And many otber CHOICE TEAS, with which a long residence in Japun has made us thoroughly acquainted. IN CHINA TEAS Wo hr.yea fine selection of Oolong, Cou gou, English Breakfast, Imperial, Young Hyson and Ounpowdci Teas, at from 10c. to 31 50 per pound. COFFEES. Our facilities for roasting and grinding by THE PATENT WATER WHEEL, Will enable us to furnish our customers with Coffee Fresh Roasted and Ground Every Day. Tiie advantages of this method Is too palpable is ueed further comment. OUE COFFEES CONSIST OF Heal Mocha, Old Gov't Java, Costa Rica, Rio, Manilla, Sau Salvador, Guatemala, etc. 0 roceries. We shall keep full lines of tho v. ua! H'l'Al'l.E GOODS, which we will sell at Lh. smallest possible margin of profit. In Fancy Groceries we Have: Anchovies, spiced; do salt; Holland Herrings; do do (Morineit); do do all Milts; Brabant Pardelles; Russian Sardines; Oysters, Spiced and Pickled; Anchovy aud Bloater Paste; Assorted Truffled Pates, consisting of goose livefSj plovers, snipe uud qui* t 1 Sardineß. - ! "■ss; Mackerct il; Fruits in dyj Boned Tttrttt*. I 'hicken; Swiss Cheese, Edam Chceu ; Crosse 4 BPpc!< • .ill Tickles and Preserves; Marmalade; Currie Powaei; t'urnlcL'oiie-*, < hutnre; 1 ..ited ami lJe\;lled Meats; |-n served QlUf/er; lnd many oliit'i-delu-ocle* too numerous to mention.. WIN ESS*. ,-LARET IN BUI,K}^ r M?cL-el. ! Chateau La Hose, Meyneux; Chateau Lafltte, Meyneux; L'hulcau j r> ii;i, Btckerfiii. WHITE WINE. lantoi ne, I 'c stou' z; litaves Hanmpier: ChabllM l tableau Yquem, F. iXslotnu. BURGUNDIES. .liainl 'rtln, Moppcrt; CUambtrtiti, A. Noblel; Vol nay, Tb. do Kutte: Poniard, A. Noblet. UOCK. Silr-ti-liif i; 1 a.ibcuh. in et ; Afeutliali rj l.Ub.raucnmllch, Nlebet. CHAMPAGNE. Uraud Imperial; Carta llliinche; Veuve C'icqun'; Moe, .v t bandon; Uofderer. CORDIALS. C,;raee»! A..U- slj Ini ; t*tii.t:eiis; Baaed lot las; Tou.se Cafe. VERMOUTH, ABSINTHE, HESNESST AND MAETEEL BRANDY, CUTTER'S WHISKY, BITTERS, SYRUPS, ETC., ETC ALSO, All. GRADES OF CALIFORNIA WINES. We shall also keep a full assert uicnt o WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, Consisting or Tubs, Pails, Baskets of al Kind-. Brushes, Churns, Butter l.o.irjs. Butter Moulds, I to 2 lbs., etc., etc. We tire prepared to recelvo consign niciits ot Produce, Grain, Wool, Hide. b(.\. making sdvaiicf-s on sn.iie.ur wll buy vi highest market price. WILL OPEN JULY Ist The public Is respectfully lnvlts.l. MYERS & MENDELSON 48 & 50 SPRING ST., LOS ANGIXES,' C«l, AT THE SIGN OF THE BIU J.Ss-lm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GREAT REDUCTION ix rar 'its or rinsr cum D NOTHING ! CLOTHING ! OLOTHIINGJ! AT T.IK HUIiVCY H >LL aUINCY luLL tiUINCY HALL. Clothing House, 3op. Commercial & Main Stt. MM 0 JEI X AP IS R —THAN TKI — OH EAPEST ! —AT THE — IMPORTANT Clothing House, 26 Spring 8t. f 4 CIuNTRAL BLOCK. TO LEASE. "ElMolinoFarm." For business and B'luoaMoDUl reasons, ieifring to remove into Loj Angeles, I rVIU IwnVSf: " EL HOLINO FARM," including resilience and out-building* aorses, mules, wagon, harness, agrieal ural Implements, etc., for ibe term ot TWO OR THREE YEARS. Tbs farm consists of 204 acres, on which U4 40.000 grapa vines, over trees, TOO English walnut trees, 800 lemon »nd lime trees; also a number of black walnut, pecan, almond, ttg, apricot, plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas, stc; two or three acres r,f alfalfa, flfty lores vacant arable land, and THK WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY WATERED. Attached to the residenco Is c ..uc'"os bath-mom, supplying hot, *.. *.nd shower baths. Thar* is also aliJ I i.IARD ROOM, table and appurteuauot s The farm is most eligibly sit .ted In tbe FRUIT BELT of tbs San Gabriel Mission Valley About e'e;ht, miles east of Los Angeles el'v. aid near tbs Railroad j.otlop ot --a jaoriel Mission, ir not leaded, 1 WILL SELL THE ENTIRE PROPERTY On advantageous terms, to-wll: One third oosh, the balance In one, two, three nnd four years, at le per cant. Interest par annum Interest, payable semi-annually. X J C. KKWKN Nos. 10 A 11 Strellts Building, Har'tngSi. S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy, oilll LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES -k a t — Perry, Wood worth & Co.'* LCMUEIt YARDS — asp — PLANING MILLS, If a. 1* csmbhsswolhl stress*, ■•ear MaUrsms] Dap*)*. mrW-tf j. a. JACKSON Lumber Dealer C«rn«r slaatau «r« First Stmt* dials* in DOORS, WINDOWS, BUNDS, POSTS, BHINGLEB, LATHS, SHAKES, PLASTER OF PARIS, CEMENT AND HAIR. j. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORKER OF Alameda and First Streets DSAI.HtS » DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATUM, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. Private Boarding Boose, No. 24, cor. Third and Hill sts. »*-HOUi;> KIT THB! DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. Tonus thmsonable. otatf DR. SHORIP j !s offerlot n few ilMlt-oble TOWN I OTaJ VJCUY LOW FOR CASH. JH# ?