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(From the Evening Express.) Interprecting Facts About Honey. Editor Express:—Allow me, through your valuable paper, to correct a common mistake, lv re gard to honey, which exists In the public mind, simply because facts are uot generally known. Before tbe introduction of the honey-extractor, all liquid honey wai tlrained, the process of which, latblapart of the country, was commonly as follows: The surplus honey, stored in tbe top of the bee hive, was cut out and dumped into ft reservoir (now generally kuown «• a sun-strainer) provided with a ttlaas cover, wheu tbe heat of the •un would melt the honey comb, and the liquid honey ran through • pipe into a tank or maiu reser voir, wbile the bees-wax would col lect Into a cake in tbe bottom of tbe •un-atrainer, to be cut out and re melted for the market. In this way the honey was unavoidably mixed with bee bread (the pollen of the flowers) an article of not very pleasant taste to man, even if it is so to the bee, besides dead bees and brood. Tbe honey naturally assumed some of the flavor of these ingredient?, while it lost some of its own flavor and cbaoged to a darker shade of color by being ex posed to the beat. In tbe beginning of 1871 my at tention was drawn to tbe honey extractor, a machine advertised in Eastern papers, and Just then coming into use. I obtained one, and was probably the first person t in Southern California to take the * honey in tbis way. Since then all tbe principal beekeepers here have adopted the honey extractor. The honey comb, being built In frames like those In the main hive, after having been removed from tbe up per part of tbe hive is carried to the honey-bouse, where it is un capped, or tbe covering removed Willi a knife from tbe mouth of tbe cells. Tbe comb is Ihen placed in tbe extractor, a very simple ma chine, which by centrifugal force throws the honey nut of the cells. Tbe hooey is then removed to tht tank, which generally is supplied with a strainer to exclude bees and flies, and after standing a short time the scum and sucli diminutive particles of the comb, as are broken offln extracting, rise to the surface to be skimmed oft, while the pure, clean honey is drawn off from the bottom nt the tank. This honey it virtually pure virglu honey, so much prized in ancient times, being removed from tbe comb in a cold state, but by a quicker method than of old,uud being unpolluted by bee bread, dead bees and brood. Il is this difference between strained and extracted honey, t" which I desire lo draw the attention of (he public, aud I now mark all my ex tracted bouey ns such. The hone; comb, after being emptied iv tbe extractor, is returned to the hive, " to be refilled by the bees. The sun •trainer is now only used for cou vtrting the capping.s of the honey comb into beeswax, and what little honey adhering to tbe capping?, is obtained iv tbis way, should either be retained at tbeapairy, to be fed to weak swarms in the Spring, or if sold at all, should be so with the clear understanding tbat it is really strained honey, and an inferior article after all. I would earnestly advice bee keepers not lo extract their honey until it is fully or nearly all uipped over, as it is only proper nt that stage. It is much easier to throw the honey out of the comb before it is capped over, than after, not only because it saves the laborious work of uncapping, but also be cause the honey is thin aud watery, and not until it has been evap orated by the bees to tbe proper consistency, the sign of which is, th- 4 *it Is capped ever, it is good, ripe"honey, pleasant and safe to eat under all circumstances. It is a fact, well known among bee-keep ers in the Eastern Slates, that un capped honey will produce disease among the bees confined to such food during the long Winter, just aa unripe fruit or half-baked biead would among human beings; and also, that honey, which is extract ed before being ripe, is very apt to sour, thus bringing its own penalty for throwing ou the market an in ferior article, easily obtained, in stead of a really good article, for which tbe producer can vouch, a'ul which will give satisfaction to the consumer. There is a prevailing idea that candied or granulated honey is in ferior to liquid honey. This is a se rious mistake, the facts of which ought to be more generally known. Nearly all pure honey will granu late in course ot time,—that from certain flowers having a teudency to granulate quicker than tbat from others. Exposure to a cold temper ature is another cause of this cbauge. It is asure test, that the honey ls pure. Manufactured or adulterated honey cannot be brought to granulate. In France honey cannot be sold except iv this state, as the public are conversant with the fact and know, that as such they aro buying pure honey, and not an advilterated article. If honey granulates, it is very simple to return it to its liquid state. Place the vessel containing the honey in ft kettle or boiler of water; bring this lo the boiling point, aud be fore long the bouey will become as liquid as when first taken from the hive, without losing any of its original flavor or taste. The honey vessel should have a small opening, sufficient to let tbe air out, to prevent the expansion of the air and honey from bursting it. By liquifying a little at tbe time, the different members of a family may take their honey in whichever way they please, many persons preferlng the candied to tho liquid honey. I hope lhat these statements, founded 111)011 my own expeprlence as well as on that of many other bee keepers, may be of service both tn honey consumers nnd to the bee keeping fraternity. Kespectfully, Wm. Arroyo Heco, July, 1878. Turning the Tables. What proved to be very laugha ble, though at oue time liable to be i«rlou\ occurred at Phoenix, A. T., •bout two weeks ago. Ou Tuesday evening, June 11 lU, four or five men, blacklegs aud gamblers, sur rounded a teamster going by tha D«me of "Paddy Miles," on tbe principal street of Pbosulx, and frith cooked revolvers, demanded bat be should retract some titter ances, or In the other words, "take water." Friends however, Inter fered, and Paddy esoaped. Bright and early the next morning, Pad dy, armed with his morning cock tail and a double-barreled shot-guv started out to redeem his honor. His first victim was a man named Whipple, whom be marched up the street before him. Meeting Leui. Logsdon, another of his enemies, he placed him and Whipple togeth er and paraded them up and dowu the street to his own satisfaction and every one's amusement. The Sheriff finally stopped the fun. WANTS—LOST—FOUND. Wanted. A respectable middle-aged woman lo do genera! housework. Apply at No. 15 Fort street. Mtturduv between » and 3 o'clock. JlO-St PARTNER WANTED. Being unable to flnd trusty, reliable help, I will sell an Interest in my POUL TRY BUSINESS to a live man. Only those meaning business need apply lo WM. NILES, Impoiter and Breeder of Thoroughbred Poultry, Los Angelo*. Je2y-lLu ~FQR SALE—FOR RENt7~ FOR SALE. A SALOON AND BOWLING ALLEY In good location. Enquire on premises No. 98 Main street. United Slates Hotel Jyl-tm JOHN KONAU, Prop'r. ~~FOR SALE 7 A Strahle latest Improved BILLIARD TABLE, In good order. Will be sold al a bargain. Can be seen at Noelt's Wine liooms, No. 114, Cardona Bio k, Main st. JelS-lm TO RENT. Oue or more roorrjs r wUh board, hot and cold water bath, etc. Persons visiting Los Angeles will Und this one of thu pleasant est locations lv town. Address V. v. Box HO7. mbiitttf TO RENT. A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS, Fully furnished with bedding, furniture, kitchen furniture and water, at No. 13'J Buena Vista street, Los Angeles. Kent, $2') per month, payabU In advance. Ad dress G. W. W., Herald office- mrs-tf 91 to $1000 to Loan, AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER OFFICE. Removed to No. 8 COMMERCIAL ST. Will advance on collaterals $1 to $1000, on all kinds uf personal property, nucii as watches, jewelry, diamonds, pistols, guvs, etc. Gold, silver aud C s. Curren cy bought and sold. nlltf FOB _SALB. CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS Near Orange and Santa Ana, Which wore heretofore reserved by Glas sell A Chapman, are now ottered for sale orrent. HSr-R AILKO.U) DKPOT VERY CONVENIENT. Apply IoCAPT. MLABSELL, in temple Block. Lo, Angeles, or M. X, PAUKr.it Oranirs. dltiu Grocery Store for Sale. Doing a good business satisfactory reasons given for selling. Enquire at the Herald office. my2stf Sunny Rooms and Board. Gentlemen and their wive* and single gent* euu bis accommo lated with board and tine, large, front., sunny robins, con taining all modern conveniences and home comfortH, at the KIMBALL MANSION, New High street, only one blcck fr tv the PostoiHce and Court House,and commands a charming viow of mountain and volley. Jeltlil R. F. COLEMAN & SON. PIANOS ORGANS. Agents .'or (lie celebrated PACKARD .v TABOR ORGANS, GARDNER BROS, and other flrst-elass PIANOS. Instru ments sold on The Installment Plan. PRICES and TERMS to suit tbe tlmos. Headquarters at L. LE WIN A C'O.'S STORE, Nos. II and 10 SPRING ST., Los Angeles. Jcd-lm P. CASENAVE J. ROQ.UE. ProtectHoiuelndnatry LCS ANCELES STEAM COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. From tills date you will flnd lrj our fac tory the best ground and roasted Coffee and Spices, put up lv paper or In cans, iv the best and most stylish manner. Messrs. P. Cascnave A Co. have Iltted op their factory, so as to permit them J« sell these articles at San Frsnclsco prices. They respecllully solicit your patronage. p. CASENAVE 4 CO. rnyltf Watches and Jewelry. Having purchased the stock and na tures of the well known Jewelry store of Mr. T. W. Stackpole, adding thereto a large and entirely new assortment of ■QOdS, we are are prepared to show the citizens of Los Angelesand vicinity one of the finest and best selected stocks to be found in the State, which wilt be sold at the lowest living rates. We shall oris lam ly be In rocoipt of all tbe latest novelties In watches, chains. Jewelry, etc., to which the attention ol Ihe public U especially invited. In spectacles we have a large and va rled assortment, and are the exclusive agents In Southern California of the eel. eurated Lazerus A Morris perfected spec tacles, which we claim are the flne- t lv tbe world. Mr. Stackpole will remain in our em ploy, having exclusive control of ihe work department, and, as heretofore, es pecial attention will be given to the re pairing of II oe watches and Jewelry. We shall be happy to see all our old f.iends and the public nt large. DUNSMOOR BROS. Jy9tf 3'/, Bprlug street. Dr. Stoinharta EBBENCE OF LIFE IS A POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT | remedy for tbe cure of nervous and physical debility, spermatorrhea,seminal weakness and premature deollne. The Essence of Life ts the only safe and sure remedy and will restore exhausted vitality without tsll . permanently and effectually, no matter 1 from what cause or of bow long standing . The Essence of Life ts pleasant to take, and Is free from all ' noxious drugs; It gives tons to tbs dlges ive organs, strength to the nerves, and purities and enriches the blood, thereby ;radlcating all morbid eruptions ol the ikln. Price, per bottle, or four times tho juantlty lv case, f 10, with full directions or use. Sent to any address, secure from >bservatlon, upon receipt of price, which nay be sent by express, reglstsred letter, »r Postosnoe money order, or C. O. D vlthln 4M miles of San Francisco. References of the highest standing and manssUonable veracity from perssws bat have been cured. To be bad only at SR. SiKINHAHT'S, 426 KKAKN V ST., lan Franolseo, Cal.. where all letters houid be addressed. Office hours from t A. sr. to 4 p. sr. and ( o M p. v . marll-Sn- ly r spqooi.n ri.ATio WATcima. TS.I Cu«*w*« In th. kuu.ro world, s.uopl. \T«|, tiTro. *Ar W a i(Mt* Addm. a. CovtTt.s Co chine*. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. STANDARD REMEDIES Aro ti"t a I vert! ad a*» "cure-alls," but are speeitl. s in lb I diseases for which they are rccummeudt-d. NATURAL SKLK TION.--luv Mlgat ors of natural science have demonstrated beyoud controversy that throughout the animal kingdom tne "survival of the tit test" is the only law that vouchsafes thrift and perpetuity. Dom not thesame principle govern ibe comrmvetal pros perity of in;.nt An Inferior cannot su persede a superior nrtlcle. By reason ol superior merit, Dr. Pierces Standard Medicines have outrival led all others. Thru-sale m the United states alone ex ceeds one million dollars per annum while the amount exported foots up to several hundred thousand more. Nc business could grow to such gigantic pro portions and re>.t upon any other bash than that of merit. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Ts Pleasant to Use. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Reined, Its cures ex'en l overu period of 20 years Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Its sale constantly Increases. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rented] Cures by its mild, soothing eiTect. Or. Sage's Catarrh Remed] Cures "Cold lv Head" and Catarrh, 01 OSWi AN OPEN LETTER—IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. Rookport, Mass., April 2, 1877. Mk. Edituh:—rlaviug read in your pa per jepoits of the remarkable cures ol ca larrh, I am induced to tell " what I knov about catarrh," and I fancy the "snuff 1 and "inhaling tube" makers (mere dol lar grabbers) would be glad If they couli emblazon a similar euro In tho paper* For 26years 1 Buttered with catarrh. 'l'k> nasal passages became completely closed "Snun," "dust," "ashes," "iuhaiiug lubes," and "sticks" wouldn't work though at Intervals I would sniff up th* so-called catarrh snuff, until 1 became 1 valuable tester for such modlclnes. gradually grew worse, and njonecai know how much I suffered or what 1 miserable being I was. Myheadachei over my eyes uuttl 1 was runnoed lv tv; bed for many successive days, sufferinj the most intense pain, which at oue tluii lasted continuously for 108 hours. Al seuse ol smell and taste goje, sight am hearing impaired, body shrunkei and weaaenea nervous system suit tered and constitution broken, and I wai hawking and spitting seven-eighths of th' lime. 1 prayed lor death to relieve mo v my suffering. A favorable notice in you paper ot Dr. page's Catarrh Remedy lv duced me to purchase a package and usi it with Dr. Pierces Nasal Douche, wblct applies tiie remedy by hydrostatic pres sure, the only way compatible with com won seuse. Well, Mr. Editor, it did no cure me In three-iuurths of a second, no Inonehour or mouth, but in less thai eight mluutes I was relieved, nnd li three months entirely cured, and hav< remained so over sixteen mouths, Whili using the Catarrh remedy, I used Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to pu rily my blood and strengthen mystom ach. I also kept my liver active am bowels regular hy the use of his Pleasau Purgative Pellet*. If my experience wil induce other sufferers to seek the sam> means or relief, this letter will have an sweied its purpose. \oura ruly, S. D. REMICK. A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.-The foi lowing named purtie.i are among tin thousands who have been cured uf ca tarrh by ihe use of Dr. Sage's Catarri Remedy: A X Downs, New Geneva, Pa D J Brown, frt Joseph, Me; E C Lewi* Rutland, Vt; Levi Springer, Nettle Lake Ohio; ChasNororop.LN'th Cheslerrield.Me Mil ion Junes, senou, NY; J E Miller lirldger Station, Wy<•; J C Merrlmun, Lo gun-sport, lud; M M Post, Logausport lnd; J W Bailey,Tremont, Pa; H li Ayres La Pone, lnd; Jessie MSears, * t Brunch lnd; L Williams, Canton. Missouri; W ,> Thayer, Onurga, 111; S B Nichols, Jr, Gal veston,Texas; Jonas V Relnert, Stones Villa,Pa; S W Lusk, McFariand, Wis Johnson Williams, Helwick, Ohio: Mr; M A Curry, Trenton. Term: JGJoslin Keene, N li; A J Caspar, Table Rock, \\ Va: Louis Anders, Guysport, Ohio; C li Chase. Elkhart, lnd; Mrs Henry Halght San Francisco. Cal; Mrs hi M Lawrencevllle. NY; W J Grahuni, Adel Iowa; A O Smith, Newnau, Ga; Chas 1 Rice, Baltimore, Md: Jesse M Sears, Car lisle, lnd; Dan'i B Miller, Ft Wayne.lud Mrs Minnie Arnaise, 2JO Delancy St, New York; H W Hull, Hastings, Mich; Wm 1 Marston, Lowell, Mass; i W Roberts Maricopa, Ariz; Chas S Delaney, Harris burg, Pa; M C Cole, LOWVII. Mass; Mrs ( J Spurtiu, Camden, Ala; Cliarles F Kaw Fredericatown, Ohio; Mrs Lucy Hunt ington, Farmlugton.lll; Capt E s Spauld lug. Lump Stainbaugh, Wyo; 1 W Tracy steamboat Rock, Iowa; Mrs LydlaWalte Shushau.NY; JM Peck, Junction City Mout; Henry Ebe, Ban las, Cal; L BCuiu mings, Runtoul, HI; S X Jones, Charles ton Four Corners, N V; Geo F Hall, Pueb Id, Cal; WmEßartrle, Sterling, Pa; 11 11 Ebon, 948 Peun St, Pittsburg, Pa; J 1 Jackman, Samuel's Depot, Ky; Henr} Zobrist, Geneva, N V; Miss Battle Pai rott, Montgomery, Ohio; L led brook Chatham, 111; S B McCoy, Nashport Ohio; W W Warner, North Jackson Mich; Miss Mary A Wiune, Darien, Wil John Zelgler, Carlisle Springs, Pa.; Jam ft Tompkins, St Cloud, Miun; Enoch Duer Pawnee City, Neb; Jos T Miller, Xeuiu Ohio; SB Nichols. Galveston, Texas; 11 L Laird, Upper Alton, 111; John Davis Prescott, Ariz; Mrs Nancy Graham, For est Grove, Ogn. Golden Medical Discovery Ii alterative, or blood-cleansing. Golden Medical Discovery la Pectoral. Golden Medical Discovery [a a Cholunogue, or Liver Stimulant, Golden Medical Discovery la Tonic. Golden Medical Discovery ly reason of Its alterative properties, iwrafl Diseases of the Blood and skin, as Icrofula.or King's Evil; Tumors; Ulcers, >r Old Sorea; Blotches, Pimples anu •.ruptions. By virtue of its Pectoral >ropertles It cures Bronchial, Throat and ..ung affections; luclplent Consumption; lingering Coughs, and Chronic Laryngl is. Its Cholagugue properties, render it in unequal remedy for biliousness; Tor* ild Liver, or "Liver Complaint;" and Its ,'onic properties make lt equally eUlca lous lv curing indigestion, Loss of Ap -etite and Dyspepsia. Where the sain Is sallow and covered rlth blotches aud pimples, or where here are scroiulous, swellings and affec ions, a few bottles of Golden Medical discovery will effect an entlie cure. If ou feel drowsy, debilitated, have sallow olor of skin or yellowish-brown spots on ace or body, irequeut headache or dlzzi less, bad taste lv mouth, internal heat r chills alternated with hot flushes, low plriti and gloomy forebodings, Irregular ppetlte and tongue coaled, you are suf jrlng from Torpid Liver or Billousno«s. n many caaes of Liver Complaint, only art ut these symptoms are experienced, is a remedy for all such cases, Dr.Pierce's lolden Medical Discovery has no equal, s Iteffects perfectcuresjeavlug the liver trenzthened und healthy. HE PEOPLE'S MEDICAL SERVANT DR. R.V.PIERCE la the sole proprlc >r and manufacturer of the foregoing ;medles,all of which are sold by drug istB. He ls also the author ut the Peo le'a Common Honse Medical Adviser, a ork of nearly 1000 pages, with 282 wood 3gravlmes pud colored plates. He has I ready told of (his popular work Over 100,000 Copies! 'RICE, (poit-paid) : : : $1 60 Addrea.: R. V. PIERCE, M. D., World'" Dlapentary, Bußalo, N.T. BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' MAN tC Of Los Angeles. CAPITAL 500,000 00 IBAIAB W. HELLMAN President U O. OOODWIN Vlce-Presldeui JOHN MILNER „ Secrets j BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ISAIAS W. 11 HI.T.MAN. F.nuKME MKYKB, O. W. Chilos, L, C. Goodwin, CHARLKS Dt't'oMHVK, Jose MASCAREL, John s. URirriit, C. E. Thorn, FRANK I.ROOUVKEBR. Exchange for sale on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN ami HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Thei Certificates. Buy and Ball LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, BTATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will also pay tbe highest price for Qol and Silver Bullion. From and afterlhia date, on all money leitas Term Deposits, interest will be a lowed. , Commercial Bank Of Los Angeles. Authorized Capital 300,001 M.S. PATRICK Preslder. K. K. SI'KNCK enable DIRECTORS. M.S.Patrick, *. 11. Mott, A. A. WHjOOX. 11. Mabkky, M. WnODWOKTB. i. I.ASKKKSHIJ O. S. WITHKKBV, JNO. O. CAPBO} J. K. HOLLENBECK, This Bank Is prepared to received* posits on open account, Issue Certificate of Deposit, and transact a genoral Bank Ing Business. Collections made and proceeds remit te at current rates of exchange. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK MAIN STREET. Los Angeles Ca Capital Stock (paid up), 300,001 J. 8. SLAUSON Presides R. S. BAKKK Vlce-Presiden J. M. ELLIOTT Cashle DIRECTORS. J. S. SI.ADHON, P. HkaUDKY, V. A. HoovEtt, Robert 8. BAltti J. Bixby, Geo. w. Prescoti A. W. Bowman. Receive Savings Bauk deposits. Buy and sell exchange on Sau Franclscc New York, London, Paris. Berlin an< Frankfort. B. iy exchange on all parts of the Unite. States aad Europe. Receive money on open account and Cci tlflcate of Deposit, and do a genera banking and exchange business. Lots for Sale! ON THK — INSTALLMENT PLAN OK CHE APFORC ASH West Los Angeles Offer* the best opportunity for dellghtfu homesteads of any that has ever been ol fared for sale to the publto. TilE WHOLE TRACT 18 LEVEL, Ouly suffleienty inclined for good dralnag' THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT, And ol such churuc that lt never cake and Is neither muddy In Winter nor dust: In Summer. IT HA* A DITCH OF WATER HUN NINO THROUGH IT. I'HK MAIN STREET AND AGUICUL TURAL PARK RAILROAD Is completed and i uunfug through the en tire land and 1 now operated successful!} through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en lug luto the Agricultural Grounds. A DEPOT OF THK LOB ANGELES AMI INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS LOCATED ON THE GROUND*. This Is really lite West End ot our beau tiful city, with the benefit of FRESH, PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN, uncontuinlnated by gas or sewer effluvia, A glance at tho ulegant mansions and fashionable residences now e.ected and In course nl erection must satisfy any pvr< »on deHli iug a home lhat this Is tbe olace THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY AND PRICES MODERATE. MIPS WILL BE FOUND At the offlce of the Farmers' A M chants' Bank. Also, at the offlee of the Main stre and Agricultural Park Railroad. O. W. OHILDB and JOHN G. DOWNEi will give special attention to those seek ing Information, septMtr LINES OP TRAVEL. ""Pacific coast BTEAMBHIP COMPANY. Goodall, Pel kin . A v./ Agents San Francisco. San Francisco and Lot Angeler EXPRESS LINK JULY SCHEDULE. Arrive Han • ■ »-« i H Francisco, d" *** * 1 £ 3 • © CCACCXg^tXIN * Leave Sta ►> .. . v 0 Monica. 3 " * ! 1 -i <_ Leave San >, v Pedro. S» « • * ' 3 < j ArrlveSan g Pedro. 3=:- = = s p 5 a Arrive Sta £ Monica. S 5 ji . . g^saaa w Leave San « k Francisco. -~: : : : : O 3 ■-,»» 5 I HIfI f I 1 I a <s ci oS h pw p«a"a CC , 1.41 . U mOOIOOGOau Both steamships call at Port Harion (SanLulsObtspo)and Santa Barbara; also on down trip, at Ananetm Landing to freight only. The Senator calls at Shi Buenaventura also every trip. S9~l'aasengers lor Han Francis o tak the train lor Santa Monica that leave Los Angeles at 4:55 P. M., Loa Angele time. Los Angeles and SanDiegt THK STEAM Kits Senator and Orizaba Leave Santa Mon'ca aud S*n Pedro ro San Diezo, July I, 7, 11, 16,21,20, an. 31. Passengers take the train that leaves I.v' Angeles i .rsau Pedro at Hi p. ■ „ Los Angeles time. Rates oi Fare from Los Angeles (Payable In Gold.) Cabin. Steerage To San Francisco SIS 00 jiu uo To Port Harford 13 00 V 00 To Santa Barbara 8 CO 0 00 To Sau Diego f H 0 50 Plans of steamers'cabins al agent's olllce where berths may be secured. FOR WAY PORTS. The steamer Constantino leaves Sar Bueuaventura aud Saota Barbara for Sar Francisco every Sunday, calling at al way ports. Freight steamers leave San Frauclscr for Sin Diego and way ports sboul ever] ten days, carrying s'ook, combustibles etc. For Passage or Freight as • bove. or for tickets to aud from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H. MoLELLAN, Local Agent, Oltlce, No. 66) Main street, over tne Commercial Rank, Los Angeles. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD —AND— S T X A M X 11 S. Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and Wilmington Divisions. — »«•■» —■ Important Change of Time On and after Monday, Dec. 17th, 1877, and until further notice, traius wi:l run every day as follows: LEAVE LOS ANGELES: ton- Akhivk. Wilmington 10:35 a.m. 11:55 a. v. San Fraucisco 1:15 P. a. 12:40 P. v. " Accoiu'dalioulu:3> a. m. 7:80 a.m. Yuma ,„..,.. 2:25 p. at. 7:uu a. h. Wilmington 3:80 " 4:65 p. m. Sauta Ana 4:00 " «:lv " TOWARD LOS ANOELES: Leave— Akkive. Yuma 0:30 p.m. 10:15 a.m. Santa Ana 0:30 a. m. S:. r si " Wilmington _ 7:45 " 8:10 " Wilmington _ 1:00 p. M. 2:20 PM. San Fraucisco 4:00 " 1:55 " " Accom'dutlun 4:30 " 11:55 a. m. Trains ruu dally to Yuma, connecting with steamers fur Aubrey, tihreuberg and intermediate laudl ngs un the Colo rado about three times per month. Sleeping cars will be run dally. be ruu by San Francisco time. T. H. GOODMAN, .len'l Pass, and Ticket Agt. A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't. US. R. HEWITT. Ass't Sup't. LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT. 15th, 1877, trains will run dajly ou this road as follows: Leavd 8 P Arrive Leave Arrive In Depot S R Depot S. 51 nloa U. Moica L Angl's L. Angel's | 830 A.M. 18:48 A.M. 117.40 A.M. lIS3OASL 4.40 P.M.|4:JO P. M. ||3:.U P.M. |5:40 P.M. On steamer days trains will conned with the F. C. Steamship Co.'s steamers for San Franolseo and Sau Diego. See their advertisement. WM. J. L. MOULTON. oiitr Ass't Sup't. Montana Meat Market. FBCELINOBK & HUNK, fWSt The best and teliderest MeuuJ^jH/ 1 In the market. None but the sJsaaam Prlmost Beef and Mutton everto befound. Not"theaddress—Man* taua Meat Market. Main Hlreet, near first, Los Angeles FASHION £i Livery and Sale Stable, WILSON & YOUNG. MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St. Horses nnd Carriages, Single or Double, aud saddle Uoraes kept constantly on baud for the accommodation of the pub lic. Horses Boarded by tbe day, week or month at reasonable rates. Conveyances furnished for private or public occasions at tbe shortest notice and upon as re as onable terms as at any First Class Establishment In Southern California. Ja2«r WILSON & YOUHO, loop's. OUR OWN COLUMN. DAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD The Leading Paper on- Southern California, Will devote It,columns; to furthering the interest! or Los Angeles city and county aud the Southern portion or the State. 11 Is the lutcnllon uf the publisher to make THE HERALD A newspaper uf the day, coinpleto In all Its details, and in every department Full and Reliable. The Editorial Columns will discus, nl) live topics or the day, while tho Telegrams, By arrangements newly effected, will be the fullest and most exhaustive to be fouud In any paper of the State, not be> lugsurpassed by those of tbe SanFrancisoo dallies. The Local Columns Will contain a complete resume ol local happenings and all mutters ot home In* tei est. —— - * • ♦ ■ TERMS DAILY HERALD, by mall, 1 year...|looo m h | months... 50C .1 • 3 months... 2*o Delivered lv the Cily >l 25 CENTS PER WEEK. THE WEEKLY HERALD! TERMS: Veekly 1 year by mall 1800 " I months " I 50 I " " 100 Psyabls Invariably in advanas . loseph D. Lynch, PUBLISHER. LEGAL, Delinquent Sale—Notice. CALIFORNIA STAB OIL WORKS COMPANY. Location of Principal Place of Business, Sau Kranclfco—Location or Works, An drews' Station, Los Angeles, County, and Ban Buenaventura, Ventura Co , Cal. NOTICE. There are delinquent upou th<* followlus described stork, on acoount uf assess ment No. 3, levied on the 16th day ol May, 1878, tbe several amount! set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: No. of No. of Names. Certificate. Shares. Amt. F. B. Taylor, Trustee 1 1905 $4987 61 F. B. Taylor, Trustee 3 1000 2500 01 J. A. Scott, Trustee... 7 SJO 1250 01 J. A. Soott, Trustee... 8 500 1250 04 J. M. McDonald li 1080 2600 01 11. K. Robinson, Tru stee „ 13 2930 7475 01 M. Ik McDonald li lv 25 01 A.J. Bryant. Trustee- 15 un 4987 6! A.J. Bryant. 16 6 12 61 D. U. Scofield 17 6 12 61 And In accordancewlih law and an or der of the Boaid of Dlrec tors made on tho 16th day of May 1878, so many shares of each parcel o such stock a' may be necessary will b< sold at, public auction at 315 Callfornli street, ou FRIDAY, the sth DAY OF JULY, 1878, At the hour of 12 o'clock m. of said day to pay said delinquent assessment there on, together with costs of advertlsint and expenses of sale. J. B. TAYLOR. Secretary. Oflice-315 California St., San Francisco California. Je2ltd POSTPONEMENT. The above sale is postponed until Satur day the 27th day of July. By order of Ihe Board of Directors. J. 8. TAYLOR, Jy6td Secretary. SHERIFF'S SALE. J. K. Cummlngs, Plaintiff, vs. John C Brown and Mary Brown. Defendants soventeenth District Court. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF i a decree of foreclosure aud order o sal.) entered in the District Cour of the Seventeenth Judicial Dlstrlc ofthe state of Calltornia. In and for Lo Angeles county, on the sth day of July 1878, and a writ ou foreclosure o mortgage, entered In the aforesaid Dls trlot Court, annexed to said decree ant dated tbe Sib day of July, 1878, li the above entitled cisc, and In favor o J. K. Cummlngs, plaintiff, and against John c. Brown and defend ants, a certified copy or which said de cree of foreclosure, duly attested un der the seal of said court "on the 6 h da' of July, 1878, and deltverei tome, together with the writ aunexet thereto, on the same day, whereby am commanded lo sell at public auc tlon, to the highest and best bidder, fo cash in U. S. gold coin, the following am in said dejree described real estate, li wit: All tbat piece or parcel of land lying and being In the coun ly of Los Angeles, State or Cal tornla, described as follows, to wl Ciitumencuu at the point where th northwest cornerof plat N Intersects th dividing lines of pints F and li, as pc Hoffman's map of the Rancho Hant tlertt tides, recorded in the office of til County Recorder of the county or Lo Augeles, and running tbonce souther! a'ong the westerly Hue of said plat N, t the northerly line or land sold to Adolp Paulson; thence at right angles easterl to the we.terly line of Bayles' lam thence at right angles northerly alon the westerly line or Bayles' land to th north-i ly line of said plat N. and thenc at right angles westerly along tbe north erly line of said plat N to the place or be ginning; being la township three [J south range (12) twelve (12) west San Bet nardlno meridian, and estimated to cou tain forty (40) acres of land, reservlu, therefrom for roads, railroads, dltche and water courses the strip c land thirty (30) feet wide along, adjoin Ing and each side ol the township, rang and section lines, being the same lam conveyed to the defendant John t Brown by the Santa Gertrudes Land As social lon by deed of due Feb. 4th, 1871 recorded In book 10, page 362, of deeds records of Los Angeles county, to whlc! record reference Is hereby made Public notice ls liereoy given that on TUESDAY, THE 30th DAY OI JULY, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock St., I will proceed to soil at th Court House door, in the City and Count of Los Angeles, State of California, a public auction, to the highest and best bin' der, for cash in United States gold coin, t satisfy said decree for principal, interest attorney's fees, costs, and all accruin costs, all the above doscribed real estate. Oivcn under my hand at Los Angele* this Ist day orjuly, A. D. 1878. 11. M. MITCHELL. Iy2 td Sheriff. OF CONDITION OF THE Farmers' & Merchants ■Banl OF LOS ANCEL.ES, CAL.., ON MONDAY, JULY Ist, 1878 aseeis. Cash on hand 1119,157 7 Cash with correspuud- Flrst National Gold Bank, San F'raucls co $.8,86) 9) Tbe Bank of Calilor nla, San Francisco. 28.031 13 London and Sau Francisco Bank, (limited) San Fran olsco 1,637 t)9 Agency of Bank of California, New York 6,675 31 05,369 1' Total cash $181,516 a Loans and Discounts... 828,420 $ Bonds aud Warrants... 6.971 ft Bank Building 13.000 0 Vaults and Fixtures... 8,614 8 Real estate, taken lv foreclosure of mort gages 11.518 71 81.055 015 9 NOTE.—The amount of Interest du< and accrued but uncollected ls $23,717 7 6 wblob is not Included in the assets ot Iht Assets of tho foregoing statement. LIABILITIES. Capital, paid up In gold $475,000 00 Reserve Fund 60 000 09 Surplus 11i,779 45 Total Capital. $537,779 41 Due depositors 3i)1,696 41 Undivided prjflts 15,310 t( $1.056 045 91 We, the Committee, haie examined the books and c united the cash, and find all correot. ( L. a O-ODWIN, Signed: i o. W. CHII.DB, ( EUGENE MEYER, Committee. July 2d, 1878. The wllhln statement of tbe assets and labilities of Ihe Fanners' and Mer ihants' Bank oi Loa Angeles ls true, to he best of ray knowledge and belief. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. Los Angeles, July Sd. 1878. Subscribed and sworn to hefore m \ bis third day of July. A. D. 1878. A. W. POITS, County Clerk. By D M. ADAMS, Deputy. Jy4 3w NOTICE. AU persons having claims against tbe ate firm of B. D. WILSON <* CO. are lereby notified and requested to present be same at once to the undersigned, at di residence, at San Marino, Lo, Ange la county; and all person, Indebted to aid firm are hereby notified and request d to settle their accounts without delay. Dated April 17lh, 1878. aplStt J. DE BARTH SHORB. Per T. A It, rO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEEN: The firm of Pico. Agulrre A Co. is bis day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be carried on by 'orster, who will receive all moneys due aid firm and pay all debts. FRANCISCO PICO. F. P. FORSTER. Jy4-Iw MIGUEL A. AGUIURE. -i LEGAL. In the Probate Court Of t lie County or Loa Angelea, State of California. IN THE MATTER OP THE ES "ATE OK MANUKL KEO.UENA, DKCE ASKII. It appoarlug to tho laid Court by thu pc; itiou this day presented and filed by Wni. 1.. Banning, the Executor ol the estate of said Man uel Kequena, dooeased, praying lor an order of salo ol real estate, that It Is ueacssary to sell some por tion of the real estate to pay the debts outstanding against the deceased, and the debts, expenses aud charges of ad ministration: lt Is therefore ordered by the said Court, that all persons Interested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the said Probate Court on Monday, the isih day of July, 1878, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at tiie court room of said Probate Court, at the Court House, la tbe city and county of Los Angvles, to show causa why au order should not be granted to the said Execu tor to sell so much of the real estalo of the said deceased as shall be necessary. And tbat a copy of this order be pub lished at least four successive weeks lv tbe Dally lx)s Angeles Herald, a newspa per printed and published iv said city and county or Los Angeles. Dated June 7ih, 1878. ,„ . ALBERT M. STEPHENS, JStd Probate Judge. Sheriff's Male. Thomas H. Smith, Plaintiff, vs. Geo. It Walker, defenndaut — City Court. Loa Angeles City. Under and by virtue of an execution Is sued outof the City Court of Loa Angele, City, county of Los Angeles, state of Cal ifornia, to me directed and delivered on the 14th day of June, A. D. 1"M, for a ludgmont rendered In sal I Court on the Ith day of June, A. D. 1878, In favor of Thomas H. smith, plaintiff, and against Geo. B. Walker, defendant, I have levied upon and shall on TUESDAY, THE 9th DA V OK JULY, A. D. 1878, At 12 o'clock m„ proceed to sun, at the Court House door, In the city aud county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, at public auction to the highest and besi bidder.for cash In U.S. gold coin, tn satisfy said Judgement for Interest end costs and accruing costs, alt the right. Mtloand Interest of defendant Geo. 11. Walker In and to tbsfollowlng described real estate, to wit: The NE X of Section 16 T. 4 N. It 13 W. San Bernardino meridian. Given under my hand, at I/is Angeles, this 17ia day ol June, A. D. 1873. H. M. MITCHELL, Jel7td Sheriff. Notice of Guardian's Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that In pur.-u -ance o( an order of tbe Probate Court of the county of Los Angeles, state of Cal ifornia, made on the 12th day of March, 1878, In tbe matter of the estate and guardianship of Maria Elvira Francisca Winston, a minor, and lr pursuance of an order of said Court made on the day of July, 1878, In the matter of said es tate and guardianship, wbereby tbe said Court shortened the time of notice of sale, the undersigned, guardian of tbe person and estate of said minor, will sell atprlvate sale, to the highest bidder, tor cash In (old coin of the United States and subject lo confirmation by said Pro bate Court, ou or after SATURDAY, THE 13lli DAY OK JULY, 1878, All the right, title, Interest aud estate of tbe said minor In and to all thai certain piece or parcel of land situate In tbe bay of San Krancl.co, Solano county, slate of California, near ths straits or Carqul nez, known and designated as Mare la land, said Interest or said mluor being an undivided one-s-jveuth ot said parcel of laud. Terms nnd conditions of sale: Cash In gold ooln ofthe United States. Deed al expense of the purcbaser. bids or offers may be made at any lime after the flrnt publication of Ihla'nntloe and botore tbe making of I he sale. All bids or offers must be In writing aad left at the office ol Thorn A Ross, At torneys at law, Temple Block, Los An geles city, or delivered to the under signed personally, or filed with the Cletk ofthe said Probate Court. ItAPAEL BAUCHET, Guardian ot the person and estate ut Mail;, Elvira Francisca Winston, a minor. Dated July 3,1*73. Jyl-IJI4 Assassmont Notice. LOH ANOELES OIL COMPANY. Location of principal place or business. Los Angeles, California.—Location of works. Ventura county, California. Notlco Is heroby given IhU at a meeting of the Board of Direc tors of this Company held on the 2d day of July, 1878, an as sessment (No. 4) of twenty-five cents per ebare was levied upon the cap ital stock ol the company, payable Im mediately, In U. S. gold ooln, lo tbe Sec retary, at bis office. No. 5 Temple Block, city or Los Augeles. Any stock upon which this assess ment remains unpaid on the 6th day'of August, 1878. will be delin quent and advertised for sale at public auction; and unless paid be fore will be sold on the ?Sih day or August, 1878. to pay the delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertls ment and expenses of sale. By order or the Board of Dlreclois. .WM. J. NEELY,Secretary, No. 5 Temple Block, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, July Bd, 18 8. Jyltd Co-Partnership Notice. We the uuderslgned, Fr. Aockerblum and Augustine Nordholt, both residents or the olty of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California,hereby cert! fy that we have entered Into a co-partner ship to manufacture soda and other inlu ersl waters at the UNION SODA WORKS in said city, under the firm name of AOCKERBLUM A CO. In witness whereof we have hereuuto affixed our signatures. Fit. AOCKERB„-JM. AUGUSTINE JrUPHOLT. Los Angeles, July Ist, 18 Iy7-4w DIVIDEND NOTICE^ The Q iwterly Dlvld«nl, No. 49, at tbe rate of 12 par c int. per annum, on the capital slook of the Farmers' and Mer chants' Bank or Los Angeles for lbs three months ending July Ist. 1878, has been deolurol by Its Board of Trustees, payable at once. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. Lss Angeles, July 6,1878. Awarded the Highest Medal at Tienns E. & H. T. ANTHONY k CO. 3 591 Broadway, New York, (Opp. Uctr.'polltaii Motel). MANt'FATT t'ltEltP. IMPORTERS AND DUL- Chronios & Frames, Stereoscopes, Views, Albums, Grophoseopos and suitable Views. PHOTOGRAPHIC VATEBIALB. We are headquarters for everything In the way of Slereoptioons and Magic Lanterns. tsr Catalogue of Lanterns and mi directions for using, sent ou appllor Any enterprising man can With S Magic Lantern. Cutout thls advertisement SPI4 $11) a star at tiom? Outfit and 1 -00., Aagusta.Mair