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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
I'he Herald Steam Printing
; dull makes a specialty of Legal
riutlng. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
tinted at low rates.
Reduced Prices.
1 otlor my Btock of doors, sashes,
etc., at the following reduced pri
ces -
WINDOW SASH.
rIKIU W 35
Hxl2 1 60
4x18... .. 1 85
10X11 • 65
10x14 1
Klxlll " 25
16*88 2 75
1.X32 3 00
15x36 3 35
15x4(1 » 50
Other sizes in proportion.
DOORS.
2.6x6.6x1 iuoh $1 60
3.6x0.6x1L moulded 1 90
■2.8x6.8x1* " 2 12
•2.8x6.8x1! " 2 25
2.10x6.10x1$ " 250
IX7XIJ " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction In paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
B. Raphael.
Im-sept27
Immense rush at the IXL Auc
tion Co.
Tlie Russian Electric Baths of It.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main Btreet, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dies will be waited '.ipon by persons
if their own sex. nov!4tf
The dry goods and novelty store
ot Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
sult to tlie ladies of Los Angeles,
Mr. Prager has one of the most ex
tensive and recherche stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
and there Is absolutely nothing
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not be found in bis
store. He has been guided in his
purchases by a thorough kuowledge
of the requirements of tbis section,
aud the latest fashions and novel
ties may be at all times inspected
at No. 6 Commercial street. Give
him a call. my 7
The IX L is a benefit for all tbe
people of Los Augeles.
Miss Margaret Klrwin has bought
out Moore's Lodging House on the
corner of Fir9t and Wilmington
streets and will continue to keep it
In first class style. Wm. Moore
will still be connected with the
house as manager. A continuance
of custom is solicited. au2B 2w
Beer has a Falstatflian effect, as
Henry Weil, the brewer of the
Philadelphia Brewery, will testify.
Good beer makes muscle and fat,
and all the regular patrons of tbe
Philadelphia Brewery are strong
and healthy. It makes the sick
well and the healthy stronger;
physic is unnecessary and doctors
are played out, If you use tbe Phil
adelphia beer. Leave orders at the
brewery or -end them by mail. De
livered free to any part of the city.
aug24-tf.
A. T. McDonouuh, late of 39
Spring street, bus Just opened the
Acmk ok Fashion at No. li, Tem
ple street, where lie will lie pleased
to meet his old cu-lnnit is ami (lie
pttblio iv general, to whom, us he
foie, he giisranieeH t lie most atyllah
slid best titling clothes lv be hud
in ihe city.
Cartridges aud ammunition of all
kind* at Sutherland's guv store, 75
>ial ii street. Imys
Notice.
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
rueiia street, near Main, opposite
tun United States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will be
.-a. licit on iv a strictly respectable
way. so that all ladles, with or
uy |limit escorts, may feel at ease
a , i receive prompt und respectful
Uteutl-li Oysters iv every a.'yle,
• imp*, lea, cotfee, ole, constantly
i T.aud. Joe lUyku
-j <t t n
l*u?l]d' .>' Hill ,'i il'ion- eilj :i't
,4. .1 ■1,,■,4 ,II .; ne 1X L A lie
-1.,. illo ~-il their iroois one half
fcui •»,«-• , 'i hi » i\ iiody else.
11.., M■**»■"> Lips, Craigue di. Co.
.»,« um.lt> arrangements to rece'Ve
iioiitlily cargoes of the famous Ph.
ttjas) Brewiug Company's export
.ager beers. These beers are made
at Milwaukee aud bottled by the
Messrs. Stumm & Meyer. Tbe
first of the cargoes arrived yester
day, consisting of an entire load.
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are'
enabled to otter special advantages
to purchasers. The first prizes
were awarded to this Pb. Best Ex
port beer at the Centennial Expo
sition, at the Wisconsin State Fair,
held at Milwaukee, aud at the
luter-State Fair held at Chicago.
lraaprSl
Just Arrived.
A shipment of Guinness' Extra
STOUT, direct from Liverpool, ia
pints and quarts.
Alex. Mckenzie.
127 Main street, Pouet building,
LosAugelea. au2l-tf
\ Powder, abot and caps at Suther
/ land's tun store, 75 Main street. 1
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
lust received a consignment of
boca lager beer. It ia a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, bot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Coruer Main and Re
quena streets, opposite tbe 17. 8.
Hotel. °9
Pruning shears and building
knives at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. Imys
Hurryl hurry! hurry! to tbe I
XLI Tbey have received the bal
ance of Sheriff Towney's bank
rupt stock of fifty oases of dry
goods, boots and shoes. Ooods
will sell aa oheap aa before.
Ladies' scissors and pen knives at
Sutherland's gun atore, 75 Main
street. Imys
Genuine Marrlan'a Burton Pale
Ale on draught at McKenzle'a.
(Jans, rifles and pistola at Suther
land's gun store, 76 Main atreat. 1
Silver
SUNDAY SEPT." B^lß7B.
Horn Id Steam Printing House.
The laollltles or the Hksai.d Steam
Printing House for doing Job work are not
surpassed in California outside ot San
Kraneisoo and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will be exeoutcd with neat
ness aud dispatch at the lowest living
rateß.
NVICC'IAI. NOTICE.
Hereafter notices of companies, socie
ties, churches, etc., will only be inserted
In the llkrald as paid advertisements.
Wo reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat
is direotory, which will appear every
Sunday morning.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U.S. ARMY.
Division ol Telegrams and Reports for
tbe lieuefltof Commerce aud Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
gelea. Cel., Sept. 7, 1878.
j
o
Maximum Thermometer, 74.
Minimum " 62.
J. M. Frantz, 0
CHURCH CHIMES.
Catholic Cathedral. — Main street,
below First. First Mass at Ba. m.; last
mass, at 10 A.M.; Catechism ut 2.30 p. m. ;
vespers at 7 p. M.
Old Catholic Church. — Opposite
the PlAsa. First mass at 5:30 A. At.: sec
ond mass at 7 a. m.; last mass at tl a. m. ;
Catechism at Jr. m.; vespers at 4 p. m.
ST. ATHANAISIU9 EPISCOPAL CnURCH.
— Corner of Temple and New High
streets. Rev. Wm. H. Hill, Rector. Ser
vices at 11 a, m. and 7:45 p.m. Sunday
School at 12%, m. Seats free, and all cor
dially invited.
Fort bt. M. E. Church. — Rev. George
8. Hlokey, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a.m..
an d 7p. m. Sabbath School at 7% p. m
Class meeting Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
Trinity M. E. Church South.—Spring
street, between First and Second. Rev.
Millard Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sabbath at It a. m. nnd 7 p. m. Sun
day School 9:30 a.m. Prayer meeting 7:45,
every Wednesday evening.
Baptist Church.—Spring street, be
tween Fourth and Fifth, slice's. Services
at 11 A. and 7 p. m. Sunday School
directly after morning service seats free,
and the public are cordlallv Invited.
Prayer meetings Thursday evenings.
Presbyterian Church.—Rev. T. M.
Cunningham, D. D. services at Good
Templars' Hall, every Sunday at 11 a. m.
and ~. L ... p. m. Sunday School Immediately
after morning service.
First Congregational Church. —
New High street. Rev. D. T. Packard,
Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7p. m.
Sunday School at 12>£. All are cordially
Invited.
Unitarian Services — Unlou Hall,
Spring street. Rev. John D.Wells, Min
ister. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m.
Sunday Schocl aftornoon at 12:15. Seats
free. All are cordially Invited.
Church of Christ.—Preaching In the
Court House by the Paster, John C Hay,
at 11 A. M and 7p. M, Sunday School at
10 a. M.
Evangelical Lutheran Church—
Rev, A. Ueyer, Paster—Hervlces In Union
Hall every Sunday at 10:80 A. M. and 7:30
p.m. Sundny School at 9:30 A. M.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The Cathedral eltolr will sing
Koiari's Ninth Mu-s in (1 at. the 10
o'clock s.rviue 10-ilay.
Carpenters are ad .vi tised for in
our New To-Day to work on the
Horticultural Pavilion.
Robeit Anderson, a native of
Canada, was yesterday admitted
to citizenship by Cour.ly Judge
Stephens.
Remember ihe concert Iv aid of
tlie fever stricken people ot ihe
South, at Turnverein Hall, to-mor
row night.
Tiie Bo?. C. A. Bateman, ol Sau
Francisco, will preach at the Bap
tist Church, Spring stieet, to-day
ai 11 iwulirjl; a. M
As will In- aaeii t'j telegram else
wi .-io, I J stuiMiei General Key
and j> Mi >» .i! leave, Sin Fraucisco
\t\ i. ■A> ej lert.i'id Tuesday next.
-i' i .... a- \. limey leaves for
liio >in.-Fi.i . .! .ciaineu.o this
..i -U. .VI.- c ;i .\ ii make a full
ili-|i..y oi s. mi imp cal nursery
Mock.
1.1. Auyuics residents registered
at S in Francisco hotels on tlie Gth:
L. J. Hose, Palace! .1. M. Court, T.
Brown, International; L. 11. Titus,
M. Keaue, Brooklyn.
The Expositor has it tbat Gov.
Fremont and party will arrive in
Yuma next Monday and depart by
up-river steamer the next day.
The Turnverein Germania have
tendered the use of their hall free
for the concert to be given to-mor
row (Monday) evening In aid of tbe
Southern fever sufferers.
The raauagers of the Black Star
coul mine will have a large block
of coal ou exhibition at the State
Fair at Sacramento, which Is to
open on September 16th.
The residence of Mr. S. A. Wald
ron, five milessouth of town, teok
fire on the night of the 4th lust,
aud was damaged to the extent of
$200. Fully covered hy Insurance.
The agent of the P. C. 8. 8. Co. :
will remove his office into Hellman
<fc Maßcarel's new block when fin
ished. The office will occupy the
southernmost upper portion of the
buildiug on Main street.
Sailed from Wilmington, Sep
tember 7th, steamer Newport,
Hay ward, master, tor Sau Francis
co; schooner Serena Thayer,
Wheeler, master, to Hueneme, to
load grain for San Francisco.
Owing to sudden Illness Bishop
Brown, of Washington, D. C, was
unable to leave San Francisco and
will not, consequently, fill the en
gagements announced in yester
day's Evening Express.
Anaheim held a festival lust
Tuesday evening for the benefit of
tbe yellow fever sufferers, and
netted therefrom $100. Wells,
Fargo & Co.'s agent collected, aside
from this, $29 50, making, alto
gether, a very liberal offering from
our sister town.
Silver.
A thousand acres of fine corn, al
most In one solid body, is a goodly
sight to look upon at the Hanchlto
and in Its immediate neighborhood.
Bo far as we have been able to
learn, there has beeu comparative
ly little loss by burning or other
wise of tbe corn crop of the valley,
aud the estimate made some time
since often thousand acres of corn
In the valley will not, we think, be
materially reduced. The yield per
acre will be above tbe average and
the quality excellent. There are
fields whose average yield has been
estimated by competent persons at
100 bushels per acre. The weather
has been peculiarly favorable this
year for the giowtn of corn, and
farmers can calculate on a good
market for their immense surplus.
— Downey Courier.
To-morrow Mr. H. Schiudler,
who has been at San Francisco
purchasing goods, will take possess
ion of the new store just erected on
the site of his old stand and, In a
day or two, will re-open with a
large assortment of the finest la
dles', gentlemen's aud children's
boots aud shoes ever offered In this
olty. His facilities for manufac
turing being greatly Increased at
his new quarters, be will devote
more attention to this branch of the
business than heretofore.
The Downey Courier says: "We
were shown the other day, by Mr.
Harnett, the tail, at least three feet
long, of a stingaree, hauled ashore
tbe other day this side of Anaheim
landing. The fish weighed between
one hundred and fifty and two buu
dred pounds, measured five
and a half feet in length and four
feet ocross, and its mouth whs suffi
ciently large to take in the doubled
fists of a man. Last Sunday 52
sharks were caught at the same
place, and were utilized for their
oil."
Judge McNealy yesterday, after
tlie submission of the three cases of
Cate, Grandin and Lynch against
E. M. Sanford et al., (the Los
Nielos Water Commissioners) in
structed counsel for defendants to
prepare findiugs. This decision of
Judge MeNealy's will sustain the
validity of the Los Nietos Irriga
tion Law, and will go oue step
towards a final settlement of what
has so long I een rui open and
vexed question.
We learn that Ilia Grange Store,
the other day, received an order
from Sacramento for five car loads
of barley. Three car loads of fif
teen tons each have already been
shipped and the balance will go
forward in a few days. This seems
very much like sending coals to
New Castle andsbows conclusively
that what our crop lacked in quan
tity it has fully made up in qual
ity.
Mr. Stephen H. Mott received a
telegram from Capt. W. Roberts,
dated at Santa Paula, yesterday,
stating that the oil had raised four
hundred and fifty feet in the well
of the Los Angeles Oil Company at
the Sespe. As Capt. Roberts is su
perintending the work, he knows
whereof he speaks, and we congrat
ulate tho Company, which is a Los
Angeles oorpnratlon, accordingly.
The printed G.-e it, Register of
Los Angeles county, with supple
ments, now contains (lie names of
10.80S voter* Deducting deaths,
transfers, etc., aloud the original
was printed, tberi) are probably
9,000 voters id the county. This, at
the. ii«u il average of five inhabi
tants tonne voter, would place the
population of the county at about
43,000
Doctor Cunningham, pastor of
ihe Pret-hy ti i-iun Cflurch, has kind
ly consented to deliver a free lec
ture, in tlie M K. Church, on
this even!nir. Tlie Doctor is
one of the most able ami eloquent
men on this coast. All persons are
invited to atlenii his lecture. There
will be preaohlng in the Church at
tlie usual time in trie forenoon, and
tlie lecture will commence at the
usual time in I tie evening,
Last ■< circuit ot wires
was made no between El Paso,
Texas, and Ofden, Utah, via Sau
Diego and this ciiy, in tlie interest
of astronomic tl science. The sci-
entists are endeavoring to correctly
establish the longitude of promi
nent points, aud the telegraph is
found to be a valuahlo auxilliary
in the work.
There Is now in the warehouse of
Nam! & Co. 100,000 sacks of barley;
Wiley & Morehouse have 7,500 10,
aud tbe wagons keep things lively
adding to the piles and decreasing
the Immense quantity yet in the
country. Immense plies are gath
ering at Wilmington also.
The case of Col. Saxe against the
Central Pacific Railway Company
for several orates of Berkshire pigs,
retained hy the defeudant, was de
cided in favor of the plaintiff in
the, County Court yesterday, the
Jury awarding him $191 70 dam
ages.
Our frieud F. B. Fanning as a
manipulator of the bow on the base
viol is an Immense success and we
congratulate the Phllbarmonio or
chestra on having acquired his ser
vices.
The Good Templars have post
poned their social so as not to In
terfere with the concert which
takes place for the benefit of yellow
fever sufferers to-morrow night.
Mr. D. Rlvara, late of the firm of
Rivera, & Viguolo, will shortly
leave on a tour of Europe. During
his absence Mr. Rivara will visit
the Exposition at Paris.
We learn that Senator Jones and
Col. Baker propose to expend $25
--000 in digging artesian wells for
the purpose of increasing the water
supply, which Is already ample for
the present needs of the town, at
Santa Monica.
Daniel Welch, for embezzling
aome household goods entrusted to
him by Mrs. Margaret Fritz, was
bound over, by Judge Peel, yester
day, to await tbe action of the next
Grand Jury. Lewie Heald, con
victed of assault aud battery, was
sent to the chain gang for five
days.
Silver
Board of Education.
The Board of Educatiou met in
the Commercial Bank last even
ing. Present, Messrs. Lacy, Kurtz
and Jackson.
Minutes of the last meeting read
and approved.
The following bills were present
ed and warrants ordored drawn:
L. Lewln A Co, stationery $42 40
" " Library fund 28 82
" " School furniture 384 45
Thomas Copely, acting as
janitor for two mouths 40 00
Mr. Kimball was Instructed to
ask for bids from the stationery
houses to furnish stationery for the
several schools for tbe next year.
On motion, resolved, that certain
pupils be transferred from Mies
Hodgkius class to the Bth Street
School and that a new class be es
tablished in tbe Bth Street School.
On motion, Mrs. Letohworth was
elected as teacher for the Bth Street
School.
COURT REPORTS.
nintrlet 4'«»urt SEFCLVkDA,J.
Saturday, Sept. 7.
Jeffrey etal. vs. Lodovicl et al.—
Ordered that Receiver herein be
paid $2,375.
Loom is vs. Oliver et al.—Case
tried and decree ordered in favor
of plaintiff.
Auguiiold vs. Doster et al—Stip
ulated between counsel and ordered
by Court that none of defendants
reply until further order of Court.
MoNealy, J.
Cate vs. Sanford et al., Urandln
vs. Sanford et al., Lynch vs. San
ford et al.—Tried and submitted.
«'<>n■>■> C'unrt STEPHENS, J.
Saturday, Sept. 7.
S. 1... Dewey vs. J. O. VaDney—
Case closed and submitted on
briefs.
Peter Saxe vs. Central Pacific
Railroad—Jury find for plaintiff iv
the sum of $194.70.
Probata Courl STEPHENS. J .
Saturday, Sept. 7.
Estute of James T. Terren—Pe
tition for letters of guardianship
ir ranted Mary Hartnett; bond
$500.
Esta'e oi Mary Hartnett, de
ceased—Petition for letters of ad
ministration granted to Miss Mary
Hartnett.
Gen. George Stoneman yesterday
showed us a new insect which is
making havoc of the branches of
orange trees in the San Gabriel
valley. It is an infinitesimal crea
ture, but it does its work well and
quickly. Tho leaves of tbe trees at
tacked by it are soon perforated,
blackened and destroyed for all
purposes of nourishing tree and
fruit. We Hazard this remark ou
the supposition that the leaves and
branches of a tree are its lungs and
means of breathing. One of the
branches shown us by Gen. Stone
man had been destroyed in a single
day. As this insect is a new oomer,
the proper method of arresting its
ravages has yet to be discovered.
The articles of incorporation of
the Southern Pacific Railroad
Company were filed at Tucson on
the 29th of August last. Ex-Gov
ornor Saffbrd, one of the new Di
rectors of the Company, says that
the road from Yuma to Maricopa
Wells, a distance of 20!) miles, will
he finished iv six mouths and to
Tucson iv nine months, or, at tbe
latest, in one year. This lact lias
caused lively satisfaction through
out the country. Tucson is full of
miners aud capitalists and the price
of mines and other property has
increased rapidly.— Exchange.
Deputy United States Marshal
Duulnp left for Sin Francisco yes
terday having In chargo McMil
lan, alias James Nicholls, the
forger of United States pay certifi
cates, who wus examine I before
Commissioner Whiting and com
mitted to iiu lit the action of the
United Stales Grand Jury.
Uncle Jo-.li Talbot,"Lucky Josh, 1 '
leuvis to-tuorrow to visit his mines
in the El Paso district, Inyo coun
ty. VVe wisli the old ,reiule>man
bou voyage and hope It is mine
may eclipse Ho lie, of the same
couuly, in the richness of its re
turns.
The Pliilharmoulu chorus and
orchestra are rehearsing several
vocal and Instrumental pieces, to
be given at the Pavilion oue even
ing during the Fair.
We had supposed that our Courtr,
at least as respects Chinatown, had
announced that "tbe Chinese must
go." But the Celestials neverthe
less still inhabit that delectable
spot.
The Philadelphia Chronicle pub
lishes these paragraphs: Democrats
will sweep Indiana. Put a pin
there. Butlerism seems to be
nothing but Kearneylsm with tbe
swear left out. The Old Line
Whig isn't getting half a chance iv
these daya of mixed politios.
Kearney says he is a Catholic,
Catholics say be Is a Protestant,
and Protestants aay he is a black
guard. The New York Herald
wants to know bow ''Tburmau and
Gordon would appear on campaign
banners?" Naval Secretary
Thompson, while In Indiana, could
not leok at a brook without having
briny tears come to his eyes. As
the weather is growing cooler an
anxious country girl Is wildly ask
ing If It isn't time for Brick Pom
eroy to marry again. It will
give this poor country the ague any
time in the nextSOyears to hear an
Ohio man mentioned for President.
It is reported that Butler has
pomised to give a silver spoon to
every Massachusetts voter who
will support him for Governor.
Secretary Sherman has promised
to stump Ohio. Neglecting offlee
to speak for party Is tbe latest fea
ture of civil service reform. The
men who were recommended most
ly for an office were all leading
Republicans. And yet It is the
same party that professes uudyiug
love for the boys in blue. Penn
sylvania has a new county, and to
prevent it from being aneered at
by its elder neighbors, the Gover
nor should offer a chrorao to the
first man hanged there. Among
Silver
thousands of relics in the Tower of
London the English government
has nothing captured from Ameri
ca. We wish, however, tbey had.
If George Francis Train had been
placed there this country would
have beeu much better off.
Property Transfers.
KKOM J UIIBKKi ii lI.LETTK AOI RHON's THA S*
script or HiecoKOH, sept. 7, IS7B.
CONVEYANCES.
James Irvine to Wm A Wllle. August
Wllte, B F Sleberl and H A Barclay—
168 211 acres in Itauchu Loniusde
»33M5 2U.
A J Caudle to Wm Squires—2s.7o acres
In west part of SW J<of SW X Sco II T.'IS
X 12 W, Kancho Santa Gertrudes; ISOO,
John G Downey, J W Bleltnell and M J>
Crawlord to T R Crawford— \\i acres In
Rancbo Santa Gertrudes—East side of
county road; 9725. til
R M Tliurman and B D Thar Stan to
Wm Ferguson—22.o7 acres lv E ]A of Sec
11) Tl s R v W; 11.
Mary and Ada Greene, minors, by Wm
F Turner, guardian, to Wm Ferguson —
Same; (000.
Juan Garibaldi to Jas BntwlsUe— 409
acres on Alameda st, in SE y. sec 9 T 2 S
R 13 W; 1590.
Jas Entwlstle to John D Bleltnell—Ten
acres off sslde of SW % of HE <4 Sec S T 2
b Rl3 W; »2000. *
Julian Badllla and Pedro M Badllla to
Walter I Rumble—3oo acres lv Hancho
La Puento; tl.
US A to Jean Jeantet—Patent—E % ot
NE y. Sec 8 and SW }/ t of N W % Sec 10 T I
I R 10 W.
STOCK REPORT.
MAN KItANCISOO STOCK AND EX
CHANGE BOARD.
Bam Faisoisoo. Sept, 7.
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When we Demoralize the Stomach
By excesses or imprudenco lv eating, we
cannot hope to escape tbo consequonoes
for any great length of time. The most
robust digestion must succumb to abuses
of that Important function. But suppos
ing that we have been foolish enough to
ont'eeble the stomach, is tbe damage Ir
reparable? By no meaus. The dyspep
tic has enly lo do two things to Insure
his ultimate recovery. First, he should
adopt an easily digestible diet. Second,
he should use with regularity and per.
slstcnce Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters, tho
leading gastric lnvlgorant of the age.
The muttlform symptoms of dyspe-psia,
and tho almost Invariably attendant
disorders, biliousness and eoustlpatlon,
will assurodly cease lo persecute the
sufferer if tbo übove advice Is attended 10.
Who that has suffered the torments that
chronic indigestion inflicts will neglect,
to take advantage of a remedy which, if
tbo most positive evidence of the medi
cal prolesslon aud the public Is to be re
ceived with due credence, Is an absolute
specific for the complaint.
The Crust of Tartar
Speedily leaves the surface of teeth upon
which the cleansing aud preservative
Influence of SOZODONT is dally exerted.
No form of decay can lnrest a set of
"ivories" upon which it Is used. If. has,
moreover, a most refreshing effect, upon
the mouth, in whloh it loaves a very
agreeable taste, hosldos rendering the
breath fragrant. If the mouth ho rinsed
with it nflor smoking, tha tastoot'the
tobacco Is entirely dlsslpnted. As an
auxiliary to personal comeliness, It can
not too highly by extolled. Sold by
druggists.
Ni:\V ADVERTISEMENTS.
Must, Will and ShalT
Ciye the Greatest Bar
gains Ever Known in Dry
Goods, Clothing, Gents'
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
for the Next Thirty Days.
Call Early, as you will find
it to your greatest advan
tage.
H. MSZYIfRSTEIfc!,
49 Main St., Under tlio
Lafayette Hotel. JB7tl«
———■
The Steams Ranchos,
tM Kf;» KoIIIKMON, Trustee,
»# j llnrhMt Nt., Mau Francisco, 4'iils
imli \ i \ ACRES OF LAND FOR
Cj\J 9 \J\JvJ sale, In lots to suit, suit
aide for the culture of Oranges, LemoaN,
.~lmes,F.gs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
\pples. Fears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
rfax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., nnd also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be Irri
gated by the water of the Santa Ana river.
Most of these lands are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to produce
crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance lb
one, two and three years, with 10 per cent
interest.
I will take pleasure lv showing those
lands to parties seeking land, who are
invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dsc. 34,
1 ta
a. Mckenzie,
DEALER IN
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
PHILADELPHIA
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DoWOLF
A Co., sau fe'ranelsco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rvo
Whiskies,
Direct from Louisville. Ky.,by the Bottle
or Uallou, at LOW PJUOBB.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE HAM I'I.E ROOM.
Ii provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
tmr ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Ponct'H Building-,
Mala street, near Court, Los Angeles.
SftMf
Silver
WANTS—LOST—FOUND.
Wanted.
By a competent person, a position to
teach and take care of children or do
chamber work. Is a good machine and
band aewer. Good references; no objec
tion to the country. Please apply at
Sisters' Hospital. s4-lw
Wanted.
A FURNISHED HOUSE, for one year,
in an eligible location. Must be com
pletely furnished. Address box 711. s3tf
ROOMS AND BOARD
FIVE DOLLARS PKR WEEK, at No.
23 Wilmington street. References given
and required. s5-3t
Furnished House.
WANTED—A nicely furnished house
of about tour rooms, within convenient
distance ot the Court House. Address
T., Herald office. a22tf
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
~~FOR SALE CHEAP.
Ono new two-seat SPRING WAGON
aud one new TOP BUGGY, with break.
Enquire at Lankershim's new mill, oor
uer of Commercial and Alameda streets,
o;a depot. a27-lm
FOR SALE.
A NICE TOP-BUGGY FOR SALE
LOW. NEARLY NEW. Also, horses for
hiroorsalo, at WAKF.LY'B NEW STA
BLES, Sauchez street, rear or Pico
House. a22tf
Cigar Store To-Let,
IN FRONTOFTHK FASHION SALOON.
Inquire In saloon. aSltf
BUCKS FOR SALE.
I have nt my ranch, fourteen miles
north of Los Angeles, on the Ventura
road, SOO GRADED MERINO BUCKS
for sale, which I offer at low figures.
a23-ltn J. B. LANKERSHIM.
FOB SALE.
By the Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, the best Orange and semi-
Tropical Fruit, Land In the state. Water
right goes with the land. Apply to the
otfice of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High St.
ap!Btf F. W. WOOD, Secretary.
GREAT BARGAINS.
FINE BUILDING LOTS ON HILL
STREET, 011 the installment plan, (15 a
month. Inquire of MRS. J. HUBER, 229
Spring street, a7-lm
$1 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
OFFICE.
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals (1 to (1000,
on all kinds of personal property, such
as watches. Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc Gold, silver and U. S. Curren
cy bought and sold. nlltf
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
SERGE ANT-AT-ARMS.
The undersigned begs leave to an
nounce himself as a candidate for Ser
geans-at-Arms of the Constitutional Con
vention. A. H. MILLER.
Los Angeles, July 23,1878. J2l-t s 28
BUSINESB CARDS.
IUOSQN, GILLETTE & GIBSON, j
EXAMINERS OF TITLE \
AND CONVEYANCERS.
I'.ui.niK IS and 14, McDonald Block, !
Main ki.. I .OH ANGELE*, Cal.
heptritf
W.BeJe .BROOKS. GEORGES. CLARKE. j
BROOKS & CLARXE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
IWALLEN'S HUIDING, corner Spring
a ti<l Temple streets.
J. A. Carey. Thos. A. Fa?ak.
DOWNEY CITY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Ranch-*--. ETouim, Lota and other Prop
i erty ttuujjfiil and Sold on < ouimisalon,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. FAGAN Is :il>o an Attorney-at-Law.
mrlOif
Notice to Contractors.
VIALKi) BIDS
Will be received by tlieSouthorr Califor
nia Horticultural (Society, at. the Secre- ;
tary'w ofllco. No, 5 Odd FellowN* Block,
until Monday, September 9tb, 1878, at ten
o'clock a. m. , for tbe erection of steps up
on the terraces leading to the Horticul
tural Pavilion, on Temple street.
The work must be completed by Satur
day, October 12th, to be ready lor th*>
Fair, which opens on Monday, Octobor
Uth.
Specifications can be seen at tho offlee
of ihe Secretary. The Board reserve tbe
right to reject uny and all bids.
L. M. HOLT,Secretary.
Los Angeles, Sept. ft, 1873. sttd
GRAND BALL!
At Ranchito School Hou so,
FJlt THE BENEFIT OF RANCHITO
SCHOOL DISTRICT,
WEDNESDAY, September 25.
TICKETS, luuludlug supper (2 CO.
►3ld
BOOKS, TOYS,
FANCY GOODS,
AND
Musical Instruments,
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS,
Can be (band In
Immense Quantities
AND AT
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
Silver.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .J
SCHOOL BOOKS!
SCHOOL BOOKS j
SCHOOL BOOKS!
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
TO BUY SCHOOL BOOKS,
r AT
PHIL. HIRSCHFELD'S,
71 MAIN ST., DOWNEY BLOCK
al4-lm
F. G. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANCELES,
BKLL ALL KINDS OF
FARM IMPLEMENTS.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Moat Successful Machine on the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in the WOjKLjO
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
SiS-DON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
Watches and Jewelry.
Ha vine purchased the stock and fix- 1
tures or the well known Jewelry store of
Mr. X. W. Stackpole, adding- thereto a
large and entirely new assortment of
t;oods, we are are prepared to show the
citizen* of Los Angeles and vicinity one
of the fl nest and best selected stocks to
be found in the State, which will be sold *
at the lowest living rates. *
We shall onistatitly be In receipt of all
(he latest novelties In watches, chains,
jeweiry, etc., to which the attention oi
ilie public U especially invited.
In spectacles we have a large and va*
rled assortment, and are the exclusive "
(•gtints In Southern California of the eel
evirated Lazerus A. Morris perfected spec
tacles, wiiich we claim are tho finest in
tbe world.
Mr. Stackpole will remain in our em
ploy, having exclusive control of the ~
woik department, and, as heretofore, es- -
peclal attention will be given to the re
pairing of line watches and Jewelry.
We shall be happy to see all our old ]
friends and the public at large.
DUNsMOOK BROS.
Jy9tf 3% Spring street.
CIGARS!
I
HUGO li HESIEK,
p 'Oi'umroß or Tins
J
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW B« FOUND AT
ISO. <5 ST.,
At tl.o Key Wast Cigar Factory. ,
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufaotuf-s HA
VAN A ToBACCo intocigarsorapproved
brands. He al*o deals la ail lines oi
Smokers' Articles. Qive bim a call.
nirlS tf
California State Fair,
1878.
SACBAMKNTO, Cal.,
Cummcuclni MONDAY. September 18
uud closing SATURDAY, Sept. 21.
380,000 CASH,
TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN PREMIUMS.
Trie Exhibition wt.l be divided Into
Seven Departments, and the SOCIETY'S
GOLD MEDAL, to be awarded to th*
most meritorious exhibition In each de
partment. Those desiring Premium
Lists will please netliy the Secretary.
The Largest Stock Show
AND MOST ATTRACTIVE
SPEED DISPLAY
Ever offered by any Agricultural Society
in the United States.
ATTRACTIVE MILITARY TOURNAMENT.
Mr PUBLIC SALE OF THOROUOH
BRKDSruCK on Friday of the Fair.
Tbe Central Pacific Railroad and
steamers will carry articles to and from
the Fair FREE OF CHARGE.
Weill, Fargo A Co.'s Express will de
liver all packages FKEB uot weighing
over twenty pounds.
Applications for stalls at the Park and
Space in th. Pavilion should be made to
ROBERT BECK, Secretary, at once.
Membership 15
Slugle Admission „ to cts.
MARCUS D. BORUCK,
President.
KOBE RT BECK. Secretary. aSltd
Estray Horse.
'Cane to tbe place of the subscriber,
corner of Second and Spring streets, a
SORREL MARE, about three years old,
with whlta lace and one white root,
Spanish brand. The owner can recover
the same on pavmeutof ohargesand for
thla advertisement.
aSI-lw JOHN BBRRICK.
Silver.
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
LOS ANGELES. Cal.
STUDIES WILL BE RESUMED
On Thursday, August 1,1878
M. RUBI, C. M.,
Jyl7-lni President.
SIMMONDS'
Nabob Whisky
Has been found a remedy lor INDIGES
TION, DVSPEHHIA and NER.
VOUSWEsS.
It Is sovereign in Its efflcacv for
Medicinal & Family Purposes.
The Medical Faculty concur In tl*
Judgment that it is
A PURE STIMULANT AND TONIC
AND T«B CONQUEROR OF
DYSPEPSIA.
None genuine unless labeled with th*
signature of tl. SIMMONDS, Sole Pro
prietor, over Ihe cork.
PREUSS & SCHUMACHER,
S.OLE AGENTS FOR LOS ANGELES
CITY AND COUNTY,
Who will supply the trade at the same
Erloe and terms that the goods can be
ad from the proprietor, In San Fran
cisco. a2l-lm
Fire Insurance.
Fire Association... of Philadelphia,
Commercial of S.tn Francisco.
Standard Fire and Marine
ol New Zealand
Glen's Falls... ot CI lon's Falls, N.Y.
(security of New Haven
Commonwealth of Boston
Manufacturers of Newark
k?c R a ksVntk», $25,000,000,
POLICIES ISSUED HEBE.
Waliek S. Mooaa, 1 FRANK McCOY.
AOKNT. J
MSprtng Si., Central Block, Los Angeles.
aarNOTICE TO FARMERS. —Policies
Issued on URAIN. standing, cut, thresh
ed or In sacks. aiU-Int
FIRST CLASS WHEAT LANDS
FOR RENT.
Also, BEEBANCHEB
Apply to MACLAY 4 MOFFITT, San
F ando, JUDGE WIDNEY, or COL.
E. E. HEWITT, Los Angeles. S3 2m
Notice of Removal.
R. BILLS
Has removed nts Freight and Tranefe
Office from 110 Main street to
NO. o MARKET ST.
»6tr
Silver.

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