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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
The Herald Steam Printing
House makes a specialty of Legal
Priutiug. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
printed at low rates.
1000 People Wanted Immediately
AT TIIE CENTRAL MARKET,
No. 37 SPRING ST.,
To buy Sugar-Cured Hams at 12Jc,
Sides at 10c, and Beef at 4c, Mut
ton, do. The Highest Market Price
paid for Beaf Cattle, Mutton Sheep,
Hogs, Calves, etc. mh2Blm
Rubber Paint! Rubber Painl!
The undersigned offer the best
rubber paint iv the market, mixed
ready for use, all shades and colors,
at the following prices:
White a shades In 5 sal. cans, f 1.50 pr gal
1 " 1.05 "
« " 1.70 "
Q •• I.BU
Wagon Colon. In % "
Bought direct from the manufac
turers.
JSSTi'arties will do well to call
on us before purchasing elsewhere.
Harper, Moore & Co.
The Best is the Cheapest.
Averill Mixed Paint; mixed
ready for use. White and all
shades and colors, in any quantity
required. Universally acknowl
edged to be the best and most dura
ble In all climates. The genuine
to be had iv Los Angeles only at
Harper. Moore & Co.'a Agents.
O. S. Orrick, Gen. Agt.,
San Francisco.
Merchant Tailor.
Mr. F. Veyessett, No. 7 Spring
street, calls the attention of the gen
tlemen of Los Angeles to his large
stock of fashionable goods, compris
ing the latest styles of English and
Scotch tweeds, French aud English
diagonals, broadcloths, casltnereß,
silk and silk velvet vestiugs aud all
othe. fashionable goods.
Mr. F Lindquist, one of the most
experienced and artistic cutters, is
connected with this house and will
guarantee a perfect fit in all cases.
Jan. G-tf.
The Ladies' Candy Factory
And lunch room has been removed
two doors below the old stand on
Spring street, where we are now
prepared to furnish hot lunch, tea,
coffee and chocolate at all hours;
also we keep coustantly on hand a
floe assortment of freeh caudies
and cakes of our own manufacture.
Remember the place, No. 13 Spring
street. Mks. A. T, Bkklkii.
Gentlemon, if you wish a
good fit aud good goods, please call
at 38 Maiu street.
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dles will be waited upon by persons
of their own Bex. novHtf
Notice.
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
queua street, near Maiu, opposite
the United States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will be
carried on in a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
on hand. Joe Ba v i:u
net 4 tf
Second hand clothing bought and
w!d at No. 8 Aliso street. u7tf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
just received a consignment of
boca lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold luuches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Comer Main and Re
quena streets, opposite the U. S.
Hot"!. o9
No. 130 Hill Street.
Nicely furnished rooms with first
class board, use of parlor aud piano.
Best locality in the city. Terms
reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No.
ISO Hill street. ocl2
Razors of every make at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 2
Get your old clothes cleaned and
dyed at No. 8 Aliso street. n7tl
Cheap prices at Sutherland's kuh
-tore, 75 Main street. 2my7
Invalids wliQkare suffering from
chronic kidney aud liver diseases,
rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula,
and all outaueous affections, should
lo to Fulton's Sulphur Wells, lo
cated thirteeu miles from Los An
.reles, on tbe Anaheim railroad.
This water Is, beyond a question,
fine. otlBtf
Just Arrived,
A shipment of GuiNNi-38's Ex
fra Foreign Stout, Ex Golden
n.»"" Ji.»«i from Liverpool, In
ionME,
Building.
old clothes
.llso street.
rs at Mc
acb.
>ND,
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TUESDAY APRIL 22 1879.
Herald Steam Printing House.
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Printing House for doing Job work are not
surpassed In California outside o< Ban
Kranctsoo and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will be executed with neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
rates.
Nifisciai- notice.
Hereafter DOtices of companies, socie
ties, churches, etc., will only be inserted
in the Herald as paid advertisements.
We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every
Sunday morning.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U.S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the beneotof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Cal., April 21.1879
a
a
W
p.
Maximum Thermometer, 82.0
Minimum " 5.'.0
J. M. Frantz.
Sg't.Hig. Corps U. S. A.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Attorney-General Hamilton re
turned to Sacramento ovei land yes
terday.
The north side of "Old Baldy—
Mount San Antonio—is still cov
ered with snow.
Charley Thomas, of the Hermit
valley, San Diego county, is regis
tered at the St. Charles Hotel.
Copies of the present admirable
Constitution of the State of Califor
nia can bo obtained at this olllce.
Ex-Judge H. C. Rolfe, of San
Bernardino, Is in the city in at
tendance on the Supreme Court.
The Odd Fellows of Santa Ana
will celebrate their anniversary at
Santiago Oafini next Saturday.
County School Superintendent
McDonald goes out to Elizabeth
Lake tr- lay on oltlcial busiuess.
The Southern Pacific Railroad,
we learn, will put on emigrant
sleeping cars as soon as the road Is
finished to Maricopaville.
The Los Angeles Guards are re
quested by Captain Darey to meet
at their armory at 7:30 o'clock
sharp, this evening, for drill.
Three drunks were up before the
Mayor yesterday morning, one of
whom paid $5 fine and the others
were sent Up for five days each.
The Downey City folks who suf
fered by the lire the other day,have
already commenced clearing offtlit'
debris preparatory to rebuilding.
Hon. John 11. Harmon, the
(trim 1 Sire of thu Grand Lodgo of
the Odil Follows of the United
States, is laying Lis AugeUs a
visit.
Tbe Clerk of Council, by adver
tisement elsewhere, gives notice
that no biiis will be paid unless
certified to by tho Chairman of the
proper committee.
Bishop Kip, of the Episcopal
Church, is expected to visit Los
AuKeles to administer the rite of
Continuation on the 19th of May.
Mr. Arpad Haiaszthy, who his
been visiting his brotlier-iu-iaw,
Major Henry Hancock, for sonic
weeks, returned to Sun Francisco
overland on Sunday.
Our citizens, the ludies especially,
will find it to their iuterest to visit
tho City of Paris store, whose triple
column advertisement will be
fouuil in our New To-Day.
Mrs. Don Juan Forster, who has
been spending tho Easter holidays
with her old friends in Los Auge
les, returned to her home at the
Sania Margarita ruucb, San Diego
county, yesterday.
Miss S. Ackelson, in our New
To-Day, gives notice that she will
prepare applicants for teacher's
certificates for the June examina
tion. See advertisement.
Tbe Sunday School attached to
tbe Episcopal Church will have a
May picnic at Mrs. C. C. Thomas's
place, corner of Jefferson and
Kigueroa streets, on Saturday,
May 3d.
Mr. W. W. Gunu, who has super
intended the production of the
"Color Guard" at other places, ar
rived In Los Angeles on Saturday
und will give his persoual super
vision to its produci ion iv this ciiy.
The Ladles Benevolent Society
request that all who desire to make
donations lor the Feast of Flowers
at Union Hull tv night bring their
offerings to the hall by 9 o'clock
this morning.
We are under for
complimentary tickets to the sec
ond annual picnic of La Societa
Italiaua di Mutua Beneficeiiza, (
which will be held ut Sycamore
Grove, Arroyo Seco, next Suuiiay,
April 27th.
The Workiiigmeu held a very
pleasant picnic at Washiugtou
Gardens ou Suuday. Owing to the
unpleasant wiud that prevailed all
the af teruoou there was not as large
au attendance as was expeoted,but,
otherwise.the picnic was a deoided
ly pleasant affair.
The frleuds of Seiiora Corellu,
neo Josephine Lindlsy, will be
glad to learn that she has recover
ed from a severe attaok of illness
at her home near Magdaleua Bay,
Souors, and is now able to rejoin
her husband and father, the latter
Judge Li ml ley, formerly of Monte
Visia, this county, at Tuoson, Ari
zona, where they have opened an
offlee for the practice of the law.
Do not forget the Feast of Flow
ers at Union Hall to-uight, for the
benefit of the Ladles Benevolent
Society. JSefreehments—ice cream,
consciousness of having contribut
ed to a most praiseworthy object, a
delightful lime may be expected
by al 1 wiio attend.
Tho advertisement of Messic,
Paul Strahle & Co., No. 130 Main
street, appears iv New To-Day of
this morning's Herald. The
Messrs. Strahle & Co. are thorough
workmen in their lino and any
thing entrusted to them, patrons
may rely upou it, will be attended
to iv the most workmanlike man
ner. Give them a call.
At a meeting of the Mystic Base
Ball Club, held Saturday, April
19th, tho following officers were
elected for the ensuing term: Pres
ident, T. Neely, Vico-President, D.
C. VVolverton; Secretary, C. ts.
Kansome; Treasurer, C. Bragg;
Hergeant-at-Arms, L. Bennett. The
Club are now prepared to receive
challenges from any Club in the
county.
The alarm of Ore on Sunday
morning, noted lv (he Herald,
was caused by the burning of the
barn of Mr. Shannon, on Hill
street, between Fourth and Fifth
streets. This is the second time
within a year that tills property
has been set on (ire by incendia
ries. The loss is about $400; In
eu ed for $250 in the New Zealand
Insurance Company.
A difficulty occurred nt Santa
Monica yesterday between Al
Bromley and T. H. McNally, In
which the former, after being
knocked down by the latter, got
possession of an axe and struck his
opponent two blows, almost brain
ing him. Dr. Trask, of Santa Mon
ica, and Dr. Richardson, of ihts
city, dresseil McNally'a wound*,
und at last accounts ho was resting
easily. Bromley was arrested and
taken before Justice Scott, who
held him to await the recovery or
death of McNally.
SUICIDE.
An Old Clt;j;n Takes Pruaeic Acid.
Coroner Hannon yesterday morn
ing was called upon to hold an in
quest on the body of A. Junge, who
was found dead iv a room ut his
residence on Requena street. From
the testimouy of Mrs. Junge It ap
pears that about 2 A. M. the de
ceased arose, saying that he felt
depressed, and went into a front
room of a house. When the family
got up at tho usual time in the
morning it was noticed that Mr.
Junge did not make his appear
ance. The door of the room to
which lie had retired was found to
be lucked; aud) as repeated calls
elicited no response, neighbors
were called, amongst whom was
Mr. L. Mesmer, who foiced the
door open. On entering the room
the body of the deceased was found
lying on the bed, in an attitude of
peaceful reposo, us though he had
passed off without • struggle. On
a table beside the bed whs a graduate
glass containing diluted prus-le
acid, a dose-of which had caused
his death. On another table were
round his will, some other papers,
and the following letter to his sou,
a youth of about 19 years of age:
Los Anoei.es, April 20, 1879.
Mil dear and loved son Ramon:
You have seen that I have been
for some time In great spiritual
trouble. To get out of it [I] saw I
Oould not do anything better than
to end my life. This is very bad,
but under the circumstances a re
lief. I hope you will not be so un
fortunate in your lifetime. I have
love'y children and you a good,
amiable mot her. I have all my life
seen bud fortunes. Be always lion
est, pious and follow the good
udvico of your good mother. I lost
everything ami have to leave [you]
iv poor circumstances. I cauuot
do auythiug more for you; am old
and don't like to go any more round
the world separate from tbe family.
I have not always trtated you right
but you will forgive me, I am
very sorry to ttiuk it must be so.
Assist your mother, brother and
sister us much us you can. All my
cloi lies aud books are yours. My
dear son, I bid you farewell forever.
Your unfortunate father,
A. Junoe.
Mr. Junge was about mtyoue
years of age. He was v druggist
and owned an establishment in
Temple Block, Main street. It Is
stated that by the failure of the
Temple & Workman Bunk iv 1575,
he lost about $1,0011, aud this crip
pled him financially. Since that
lime he has been luboring under a
load of debt which he could not re
move. A mortgage on his home
was about to mature, anil his store
was to pass into tiie hands of credi-
Uors to-day. -These were doubtless
the troubles referred to in the let
ter, and which promoted his un
timely taking oil. The deceased
leaveH a wile and four children, the
oldest being the lad referred to, anil
the youngest a baby. The family
is entitled to the sympathies of our
community.
Thejury rendered a verdict of
death from pruaniO acid.
Those Ears.
Editoii Hkualo: The estima
tion in which the writer holds you
for fairness forbids tho thought for
a moment that you will not pub
lish in your next Issue the follow
ing:
In the matter of the very inter
ostiug suit, which appeared in your
Issue of Sunday last, theu pending
before John Traffird, Esq., of this
city, to recover the price of some
orayons (not photographs) the
learned aud most excellent ex-
Judge, who was oouusel for the
plaintiff-, upon cross-examination
Of defendant (who had placed him
self upon the stand as a witness uud
testified that he wus a man of
prominent features) simply en
quired us to his eyes, nose end
mouth fur prominence, which was
answered by the witness, who
wound up his testimony by adding
that "as to my cars, I don't thluk
they are quite so large as yours."
But, Mr. Editor, let those luugh
who win. That most excellent pre
siding Justioe gave judgment for
plaintiffs,with Interest und costs of
suit. Yours very truly,
Ckas. G. Johnston.
One of the attorneys for plaintiffs.
[All right, Counselor! The ears
are an Immaterial affair when the
Noblesse Oblige.
It is not often that our quiet town
is stirred to its depths, as was the
case yesterday morning. The hero
of the Incident was the petit but
chivalrous editor of. tho Unioi ,
Monsieur Gai 6e. It seems that the
last uiuuher sf V Union contained
au article reflecting on several
highly respectable French ladies of
Los Angeles, who do not allow
themselves to be spoken of with
siant courtesy. Three of them,
amongst whom was Madame Mar
ra, tho possessor of a delicious con
tralto voice, and whose amiable
and painstaking efforts to amuse
our lovers of music have endeared
her to multitudes hereabouts, con
cluded to interview Monsieur
Gaiite. They resorted to his office;
and, having asked him fora retrac
tion which was refused, presuming
tlDon his size, they proceeded to
drub him in a robust Auglo Saxon
laehion. Thus far tbe old French
a diorism applied to the action of
Monsieur Gatie>„'. He made DO
signs of lesistance, the noblesse
oblige at the old French nobility
apparently governing his conduct.
But tnere "an end of all "foolish-
Dess," according to tho stainiaid ot
our diminutive but energetic
friend. Ue managed to release
himself from the trinity of fair
ones; und, we are informed, de
scending to the lower story, he got
poi.ae9sion of a club and returned to
his sanctum sanctorum.
It d d not prove to be a case of
Hercules anil his club. The ciub
was there, hut the Hercules was
non est. At this stage Madame
.Mm i a developed qualities which
would ju-tly entitle her to person
ate lhe idle of that que--u of the
Aioaz >ns who limned in the time
of Ti.es vi. With the aplomb of a
Semirauuis or Boadicea—"uifF"—
she gave Monsieur Game* a stinger
on tho nose. While that unfortun
ate geutlemau was mentally
pondering on the efficiency of his
flexor and extensor muscles, she
followed up thu advantage by giv
ing him a vicious kick on the
shins, which brought Dim to his
knees. In this suppliant altitude,
she wrested his club from him,
leaving him hors dv combat. In
honor of tho magnanimity of wo
man it is only just to say (hut
Madame Marra refrained from ad
ministering the club to the editor
of our able French contemporary.
Such is the moderation of woman
The whole episode is an Unfortu
nate contretemps for our friend
GanC-. But still, as a chivalrous
gentleman, it must be a consola
tory fact to hint that the ladies got
away with him completely. It I
the most marked bravura passage
we recall of Madame Marra.
A Workingman's Views.
EDITOR Herald: In the midst
of ull this depression of trade and
lack of employuient for Working*
men, tiiere yet seem* to be a great
demand for their suffrage at the
polls. The politicians are abroad
anil the clamor of stump orators is
heard in every town und village
throughout tho State, proclaiming
the merits and demerits of tho new
Constitution, and thus ouch in his
turn appears to hold the now instru
ment Dp to our view Indifferent col
ors.
One hundred aud Bfty-two men
assembled at B icramenlo to frame
au orgaulc law for our State, and,
strange to say, after sitting for 157
days like a number of young boys
In a debating club, and at v salary
of ten dollars per day, tiiey banded
to us a document wbiob can be
moulded into any shape, like a
lump of clay iv tbe bauds of the
potter. I here wish lo bo under
stood that I am speaking from the
standpoint of the -stumpers who
from time to time visit our city.
First, we have hail Denis Kearney
offering the precious document as
an Instrument lo crush the power
of bank monopolies,railroad robbers
and political thieves. At bis heels
we had H. L. Knight
condemning Kearney as v
fraud and a traitor to the
Workingmcir.s party, and using
the same clause In tho proposed
Constitution as au eternal benefit
lo all corporate bodies. Next we
hail A. A. Cohen, at TumVeriln
Hall, advauclng strong arguments
to show that the adoptiou of the
uew Constitution would prove an
advantage to the railroad monopoly
anil that they were secretly in favor
of Its being voted in. Last we had
Judge Terry, from the Court House
steps, reversing the moaning of
everything in the instrumeut to
support his side of the question.
Surely this ia a strange document,
admitting of so many Interpreta
tions, We need not wonder at its
authors being 57 days over the time
allotted them in mailing it.
Now it ia really amusing to hear
the above orators so lynapathltiUg
ly appeal t> the feelings of the
workiugmeu. One would naturally
suppose from tl.elr way of address
lug the poor mau, that the minds
of all outaide of their rauks were
made up as to how they Will vote.
They seem to handle the working
men as a skillful gambler in a game
of poker. They will be sure to draw
the winning card for themselves
and reserve tbe poor man's card at
tbe bottom of Iho paok aud scud
him about bis business when the
election is over. R, Hughes.
Los Angeles, April 19, IS7O.
Bribery.
Editor. Herald: In your issue
of Suuday "Voter" called attention
to Judge Terry's misrepresenta
tions. Permit mo to suggest an
other misrepresentation of the ex-
Judge. He strived to have his au
dience believe that, by providing
In the new Constitution for the
punishment of bribing legislators,
something entirely different from
tbe existing law, uud more benell
oeut, was to be promulgated.
Not so.
(Section 85 of our renal Code—the
law now In force—reads: "Every
"member of either of the houses
"oomposlug the Legislature of this
"State who asks, receives, or agrees
"to receive any bribe, upon any
"understanding 'hat bis official
"vo • * * * shall he Influenced
"Prison not less than one nor more
"than fourteen years.
Article 4, Section 35 of the new
Constitution, does uot say what
shall be the punishment forsuch of
fences. It says: "It shall be the
"duty of the Legislature to provide,
"by law, for the punishment of thiß
crime." The very Hung which has
already been done as shown by
Section 86 of the Penal Code.
Aoainst.
Fire at Wilmington.
Word was received in till a ci ty
yesterday afternoon that the town
of Wilmington was being de
stroyed by Are. The engine of the
Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany was at once dispatched to the
soeue of the conflagration, and in
exactly ol minutes after it left the
depot iv this ;ity it was throwing
water on the burning buildings at
Wilmington. The following dis
patch gives tiie only particulars we
have received:
Wilmington, April 21. 1879—3:10
p M.—Everything O. K. Nubody
hurt. Downing Block total wreck.
Supreme Court.
Monday, April 21, 1879.
Court mat pursuant to adjouru
nien t.
Present—Hon. Wm. T. Wallace,
C. J.; Hon. J. H. Crockett, J.; Hon.
A. I* Rhodes, J.; Hon. A. C. Niles,
J.; Hon. E. W. MsKinstry, J,; D.
B. Woolf, Clerk.
Ex parte George OUey for t. writ
of habeas corpus uu the petition of
IdaSymau. On reading aud tiling
ihe written petition, nidered that
the writ of habeas corpus issue, re
turnable forthwith before Robert C.
Clark, County Judge of Sacramento
county, Calilornia.
Fayerweather vs. Heudow—On
motion of Hazard for appellant and
stipulation on tile, cause ordered at
foot of tho calendar of present
term for argument.
6568. B.rtlett vs. Mitehell—On
motion of U lus-cil lor appellant aud
stipulation on rile, cause ordered at
foot, of tlie calendar of present term
for argument.
656'J Pico vs. Martinez—On mo
tion of Qlassell for appellant aud
stipulation on rile, cau»e ordered at
foot of the calendar of tiie preseut
term for argument.
6477. Haynes vs. White et al.—
Diminution of the record herein
being suggested, ordered that
amendment to the transcript be
Hied.
6549. Sline Canal Company etal.
vs. Kern island Irrigating Canal
Company—Argued by Cohen for
appellants ami further argument
continued until to-morrow.
Court sojourned until to-morrow
at 10 o'clock A. m.
Post-Office Letter List.
Tartius culling for Advertised letters or
iiackages, if not personally known to the
Postmaster nr one oi his clerks, must be
duly identified.
LADIES' LIST.
Better!, Kosel Ogden, Floience E
Chapman, Airs Al M Ogdun, Mrs Maria
Clarke, Mm H E Palmar, Miss It M—2
Crozier, Mary Palmer, Harriett A
Uai.e, Alio —3 l'eraltu, sta Da E
Carle, Mrs T It—2 Polar, Mrs It A
Garcia, Mrs JL dv Porter, Id* M
Horvera, Virginia lielahan, MaryJ
llolmis, Mary .1 Bobsjrls, JuaniU
Howard, Mis P Thompson, Agncn
KjjMt, Mrs Annie. A Villa, Sa DsJeitta
Law. Juliett Welch, Mary
Lucas Mrs JII , White, Mrs M 0
Mutuoia, Ooasspoion
OENTLiaiICN'S LIST.
aguirrs, M O Lopal, Quincy
tutor/, Jr, J L.nard.li W
Boells, John Leivas, To ,fila
Barry, J Lopo, S E
iilaise, antonio Mediua, r
Boynton. C C Moore, J J
Brown,Wß Montgomery, Jos
Carriilo, (iurtlalounuMorrow, T.I
tiarascu, Franoutoo Norton, 011
■ 'arrillo, Ramon O'Brien, £S
Ooafi, FrsSSoisC i O'Brien, Eilwa.t.l
Chapman, Juo W Peres, -vntonio M I.
Cavagberi, Pidgeon, Judge
i.ii.lv, It 1) Keynoids, BornaJil
Cordono, L Schmidt, Ot'o
Oox, Tlios D Sopulyeda, Juaquine
Orotthwite, James Shang, Henry 1.
Day. J If Shale, 8 C
Doso, Alice Smith, O
Egiorgi, Uaglimli Soto, Salvio
Edwards. Iloht L Soto, J M
Elliott, Frank 1' Stamford, Geo 13
Emorsou, Harry G Stuparich, Jos
Ewoll, Jno U Smith, Krauk
Gabelly, It Thompson, Santiago
Good ick, Myron Valdcz, Brijidu
Graf, Herman Vail, A E
Grady, Jerry Vallej > Platon
His 060, Albert Vant.s, Antonio A
Hitt. W F Wallaces W tl
Hubbell, Jeff Ward, Nelson
Hector, Jussaux Ward, Jas L
Jones, Harry 11 Weil, Usury
Kolp, Natali) Wilson, Willis
Keller, N 11 Winvon, Tomas
Lafoy, MI Wright, ovJC
Loanes, Josa Yanies, Gregorio
OMDfBH LETTERS.
Long Foni Wing Chung Wo Sing
I. lt. Dns-KELBEnOER, P, M.
Los Angeles. April 21. 1879.
Property Transfers.
raoM JU«aim.aii,r.RTTic.»oiHs,>\'.., ihaw
HORIPTOK UttOOUDH, Al'rfll. 21 I*l%
CONVEYANCES.
David C Lewis toWm smith-SIN acics
cornering on ll is lirvant, Xl Monte;
i.tilU.
jai Nelson t> Gaiper Tltehwortb— 26
aoien In NM o( SIVK -soo 10 T2 a 1113 W;
MHO
Andrew Shorman to John Morrison —
The Tboi H i*lacu house ami lot on San
Pedro buy, Palos Vordes Hunulio, now
occupied by H A ''rocker; gStt.
ThM i.aza to John Morrlsoa—Lot 9, blk
0, it 4, Wilmington; sum.
C W Davis lo J ll Book-Sheriff's deed
to 3>4 norei sW corner Pearl ami Tenth
nts.ol y; $282 72.
Mr. F. Veyssett, No. 7 Spring
street, has received a iurge stock of
uew spring goods which he will
make up in the latest style at
greatly reduced prices. aOlw
Hot.man Liver Pad.—Heinze
man & Kills have been appointed
agents for Los Angeles for this cel
ebrated Pad. A large stock always
on hand. Try the Holman Pad.
Bass & Cn.'s pale ale on draught
at McKenzie's.
Pretty Mouths
Should have pretty teeth in them, but lt
is not unusual to see between rosy lips
tee li discolored nud decaying th rough
negleol. This disUgiirWg delect should
be repaired without delay, by using fra
grant SOZODON r, which removes every
particleof tartar front the teeth and ren
ders them snowy white. This admirable
aid to beauty Is perfectly harmless nnd
exbules a most delightful aroma nnd Is
in every respect preferable tt> tho ordi
nary tooth pastes aud powdors. Try It
aud see for yoursalf.
Bilious Disorokrs, Livau Com
n-AiNTs, costtvsness, Dyspepula.eto., are
speedily removed by Dr. 4ay n * ) '* Sana
tive Pills. Thirty years use has proved
litem superior to all other remedies for
the cure of t he various diseases for w blob
i^e^^a^^^^oij^^^^ij^^no^^^m
-A. C-A.'RTD.
To all who are suffering: from the errors
and Indlsoret.on* of youth, nervons
weakness, early deoay, loss of manhood,
etc., I will send a reoipe that will euro
you. FREE OF C£H.KGH£. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Hend a self-add nested
envelope to the REV. JOSEPH T. 1N-
M AN, Station D, Bible House, New York
CltT de-
Old hats re-made at No. 8 Aliso
street. n7tf
THE LADIES'
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
— WII.I. HOLD A
FEAST OF FLOWERS
xjisrionsr hall,
ON
NEXT TUESDAY EVENING.
VPBIL QGd.
UKFrtHJSHMKN x »;
Will be served during the evening from
St to ISo'eiock, ami there will be
MUSICAL EXERCISES
Of a varied ami entertaining character.
DANCING FROM 10 TO I*.
Admission 60 cents. Refreshments
extra. upl7td
THE HERALD
STEAM
PRINTING
HOUSE
Has facilities for doing JOB
WORK notequaledin South
ern California. Power and
Job Presses run by steam se
cure promptness and moder
ate prices. Give this office
a call and secure work at San
Francisco Prices and of a San
Francisco finish and style.
VINE AND FRUIT GROWERS.
To Raiso Large Crops you
must irrigate.
To irritate successfully, yon mnst have tbe
power that does nut give out when
the wind falls.
Laufkotter Bros. & Coarebraan'B Homo-Power
[Patented February 13th. 1872.1
Never falls to supply more water than four
or nve Windmills, even supposing you have
all the wind you want. It is also suitable Tor
running light machinery, such aa Barley
Crackers, Corn Shelters, Fanning Mills, Grain
Separators, or for Sawing Wood. They are
Dover failing, cannot get out of order, easily
worked, substantial, and always give satis
faction wherever they have been used. One
horse cau easily work two (Much purupa with
a continuous flow of water. Force Pumps,
from 3,000 to 10,000 gallons per hour.
WINDMILLS of all kinds manufactured to
order Weils Bored, Windmills anil Horse
powers set in any part of tbe State, and re
p 'tring of all kimbt done. Manufactured and
for sale by
LAUFKOTTER BROS..
Oar- *nfi loth Stfl., Sacramento.
damlanT
Is a Mexican Herb and
Comes from La Paz.
FOR BALE.
By the Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, the best Orange and Heml-
Tropical Fruit Land in the State. Water
rlnht goes with the land Apply to the
oitloo of P. Ueandry, No. 81 New High St.
m>lBtl F. W. WOOD, Secretary.
The Steams Ranches,
ALFRED ROBINOSN, Trustee, 120 Sutter St., San Francisco, Cal.
. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
-
The Hygienic Filter
and
Water Cooler.
This Invention places wlthiu the reach
of every fuunlty the mean* ot procuring
pure and wholesome water. It will re
move ail decayed animal, vegetable or
foreign matter, mud, sand, alkali, etc.,
thoroughly cloautdng uud also cooling
the water, by reason of its being made hi
porous pottery, to a degree healthier and
plcasanter to drink than Ice water.
HOW THE WATER IS CLEANSED.
First the water passes down through
our Inches of assorted Marine Gravel,
then through eight inches of Pateni
White Willow and Animal Charaoal;
i hen ascends twelve Inches through
Fresh Water Sand and Marble Dust;
then descends again through twelve
inches ot Charcoal.
The Filter, with all its tubes. Is made
of Terra Cotta, and Is so arranged tha
all tne.filtering material can be re
moved and repacked entirely with new
material, at a trifling expense.
They are manufactured in two sizes,
-■tz: The Family Size, to contain four
gallons,and the office Size, to contain
t*o gallons, of filtered water. The Fam
iiy Size will Alter thirty and the ufflue
size fifteen gallons of water lv twenty
four hours.
in uakland alone there aro about five
hundred of thet<e filters now lnuse,glv
ng perfect satisfaction, and a testimoni
al from tbe owner of each one can be had
at any time.
County Rights for Sale.
WM. 11. HARPER, Manufacturer,
1200 Broadway. Oakland, Cal.
For further particulars address
HARPER, MOORE <3t CO.,
m 12-1 :n Agents f >r Los Angeles Co.
City and County Real Estate
For Sale.
T. E. ROWAN.
Real Estate and Commis
sion Agent,
OFFICE, 77 Downey Block.
No. 3.
$100 each— Homes for all—l 4 choice lots
in the Morris Vineyard tract, be
tween Pico and Washington streets;
terms, $:o per month. Must be sold
within tliteeuduys.
MOW— Lot 00x105, adjoining Turnvereln
Hall; considered one of the best
business locations in the city; terms
easy.
$70,C0J— Nogales Rancho, containing 9000
acres, 5 v in grain, a small orchard,
two vineyards of tive acres each,
8 00 sheep, 2&00 lambs, 850 hogs, 60
head of horses, 20 head of stock cat
tie, a good large barn, dip bouse,
dwelling, stock house, and every
thing appertaining to a well-regu
lated ranch.
$20 Der acre—lsoo acres In La Puenta
Ranch; plenty of water; the best
bargain in the county; call and see
map before purchasing elsewhere.
5550— House and lot 06x130 on Arunuel St.,
West Los Augeles: bouse contains
lour rooms, a good stable, chicken
house, fine well of water and land
well fenced; oars pass every hour
$25 per acre—73 acres good land, one mile
from Court House; two natural
springs; also, a good oil spring;
must be s >ld within a week; terms,
88 Odown; balance oneortwo years;
oau be irrigated from Woolen Mill
ditch.
$3500—103 acres west side Sun Gabriel
River, with good mill privilege,
good house of nino rooms, t>o acres
under feu c, 300 bearing orange
trees. 100 walnut trees, 4000 selected
Krapo vines, 2.0 peach trees, 100 ap
ple tree.x, and a variety of oLher
trees, wel I ►elected; plenty of water;
terms eusy.
$353—Arctic Soda-water Apparatus—Ten
nessee marble, 8 xyrups, together
with patent marble turn uler-washer,
marble slabs, generator, four foun
tains and everything complete to
start a handsome soda-water estab
lishment; the abovo cost 8800 two
years ago.
**-HOUSES, FARMS, ETC., RENTED
AND RI4IM COLLECTED. felS
A. McX ENZIE,
DEALER IN
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & K. w. Catherwood's
PHILADELPHIA
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
iV Co., .Sun Francisco; also,
J. H. CUTTER'S
Old Bourbon and Ryo
Whiskies,
Fro-n tbslragaats, A. F. Ilotaliug & Co.,
.Sun Francisco, by the H--ti.le or
Gallon, at wholesale prices.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SAMP r>E HO)OM
Is provided with the purest
WINES, MQUOKS AND IM
fOKTED HAVANA CTQAItS.
eWENGLI ill AL* ON DRAUGHT.
Posaet'a Uiiimtuer.
Main street, near Court. Los Angeles.
fet-K
in CNITIIG STIKfS
OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES,
MAJiCFACTIIIKD BY
JOHN C. BOYETT,
LOS ANGELKS, CAL.
*»- Leave orders at Hrrald Jon Orncs
WANTS- LOST-FOUND.
Wanted for Tucson.
TWO YOUNG LADIES, OF PREPOB
■esslug and atiracuve appearance,
to assist In the wine and cigar buslnsM.
Correspondence solicited from those ac
quainted with tho business. Address,
,„ , O. D. 8.,
_*» Tucson, A. T.
Wanted.
By a young man of Rhode Island, who
understands farming and market gar
dening, a situation In Houtherii Calilor
nia on a grain, fruit or vegetable farm or
-beep ranch. Reference given. Addrsts.
I AMES A. SMITH, East Greenwich, R.
fc ali-lw
To Printers and Publishers.
A practical printer, with thirteen years
eiperlencein.il branches of the holi
ness, desires a situation at living wages;
nas had considerable experience aa local
ttid descriptive writer and correspnnd
mt and can tukc full . lunge or an office,
guaranteeing satisfaction; la a manor
ami ly, does not use liquor, and attends
strictly to business. Address, staling
terms, "Franklin," Herald offlee. als iw
Situation Wanted.
By a competent woman, to do general
house work; no objootlon to country.
Cny roferencds given. Enquire at No. U,
lansevaln street. Iw-apl3
Rooms and Board.
Gentlemen and their wlvet und aloft*
<ents oan be accommodated wun board
tud tine, large, sunny, fr«>ni ro .ma, coo
talning ail modern ounvenleacea and
home comfort", at the
KIM BALL MANSION,
New High street, only one block
Trom the Po* offlje ana i urtii.mne.and
eommandsa charming view of mountain
aud valley. Jelfltf
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
FOB SALE.
SIXTY ACRES OK GROWING BAR
LEY on the Haliwna Ranohn. The crop
Is in first-elus■* condition and g lves pro
mise of a Ifg yield. Apply at tho
house of MAN UEL CARIAGA, at the
Ballona. alt-lw
TO RENT.
TWO FURNISHED HOUS2S, on*
block from tun P stolfice; one suitable
for a boarding hjuse. Also, desirable
furnished ru mi- lv he same block. En
quire at corner of tort aud Franklin
streets. rait lm
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
J. O. DeXUHK,
No. 27 SPRING STREET,
UNDER UNION HALL.
Regular Sale Days Wednesdays and
Saturdays, commencing at 10 o'clock a.
m. and closing at 4 o'clock p. m. Cash
advances made on live stock, goods,
wares and merchandise. Will buy fur
niture, merchandise and rolling stock at
all times.
Having secured the services of MR. E.
W. NOYKS as salesman for one year, the
old friends and patrons of tbe house are
respectfully Invited to give me a oall.
Special sales made In any pari of the
city or county.
ttiWTerins below competition.
J. G. LOeTURK.
E. W. NOTES, Auctioneer. Ja4tf
THE BEST SUITS
MADE TO ORDER IS THE CITY AT
The Woolen Mill Store,
Downey's Marhle Frout, opposite Cosmo
politan Hotel, Main street.
SUITS of Every Description
from $2-3 to $05.
I have constantly on hand a large an*
selected stock of the most elegant cloths,
of the latest fashions, and am enabled to
furnish the most styltßh suits at the low
est prices. A GOOD IXT always guaran
teed.
Blankets and Flannels Sold Cheap.
Everybody who wants to have a coat,
▼est nr pantaloons made to order, will
find It to his advantage to call on me.
la3tl LOUIS PFKIFFBNBERQttR.
NOTICE.
AH perrons having claims against th*
late firm ot R. l». WII SON A GO. are
hereby notified and requested to present
tbe same at once to the undo at
hta residnnce, hi San Marino. Los Ange
les county; and all person* Indebted to
said firm are hereby notified and request*
edto nett'o tbek accounts without delay.
Diitod April 17th, 1878.
uplStl J. DE BARTH SIT ORB.
Per T. A K.
O raded Sheep
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE CHEAP AND UPON
EASY iMtMK,
ISOO HEAD
— OF —
Spanish TVf orino S*lio«'i>,
Now in f ood condition.
Apply lo JOHN H. BARTON,
ft26dAw-8w sun Bernard 100.
DAMIANA
Is a Mexican Herb and
Comes from La Paz.

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