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WEDNESDAY JULY 7,18*».
WAS DEFA-TMEHT, SIGNAL B_Vlo_, U. 8. ABUT. tn vision of Telegrams and Reports for the benefit or Commerce and Agriculture. Heport of observations taken at Loa An geles, Cal., July 8, IPSO. * ill f i» ■ B 5 _____ «.-15a.ar. 59.9J8 S9 88 " S I"il.CPdj 12.1) P. M. 29.912 77 IS KW 4 Clear a:ls P. St. 59.896 6 2 77 W I ri,Clear Maximum Thermometer. 77.0 Minimum " 59 0 LOCAL BREVITIES. Acme ! "Salvator." Tlie city was unusually quiet and orderly on the Fourth. See advertisement Merino Bucks for sale, in our New To-Day. A Hancock Club was organized at _l Moute lust Friday evening, A young man who speaks and writes several languages advertises for a situation elsewhere in this morning's Herald. Mr. George Hazard, of Chicago, a brother of H. T. Hazard, Esq., of this city, Is paying Loa Augeles a visit, aud is tbe guest of his brother. Tbe match game of base ball, Monday, between tbe Acme Base Ball Club and a picked nine reeulted iv tbedereat of the Acme's by a score of 23 to 13. Captbtu Walter McGrath has beeu appointed special policeman at Santa Monica Csfnn and will see to it tbat no unruly pranks are •ut up at tbat popular resort. The Thirty-Eights torch Lnje, under the lead of Willie Marriou, a little fellow about six years old, made a very handsome appearance lv the turnout of tbe Fourth. Jmtice Trafford, after passing a favorable examination in open Court, was yesterday admitted to practice law by Judge Sepulveria. Theodore Lyuill was also ad mitted. Three arrests were made by the police last night—one drunk and disorderly, one for fast driving and one vagrant. They each put up $5 and were released lo appear this morning. A gentleman who came down from S»u Q lentiu on Sunday in forms us tbat twenty white and eighty Chinese prisoners were to have been trtnsferred from San Quentin to tlie branch prison at Folaom yesterday. Tbe City Board of Examination commenced its session yesterday morning, eighteen candidates for teachers' certificates being present. Tbe Board will probably get through its work by Thursday evening. VVe have beeu rtquested by He members of tbe City Band to re turn thanks to tbe citizens of Los Angeles for the generous patron age extended to tbem on tbe occa sion of their first annual ball on last Saturday evening. , rteveral druuks were arralgued ' before tbe Mayor yesterday morn ing, but, In view of the fact that tbey bad been overcome by reason of tbe exuberance of their patriot ism, his Honor dismissed them With an admonition to go and sin no more. It is with regret tliat we announce the death of Don Joaquin Bepulve da, brother of Judge Sepulveda, who died at San Juan Capistrano ou Monday night. His remains were brought to this city yesterday and will be buried from the Catbu- Ho Church at tbe Plaza at 9 o'clock this morning. The Republican Central Club meets at the St. Charles Hotel this •veniug. Hon. George F. Baker, State Senator from Banta Clara, and candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress from this district, is expeoted to be present and explain why he voted against the appropriation for a branch Nor mal School at Los Angeles la tbo Senate last winter. Boots and shoes almost given away at tho creat Half Price Boot and Shoe House, opposite the Post offlce, Los Angeles. Lewis Bros. |f, Saucbez, a native of Mexico, was arrested on Saturday and com mitted lo jail to await examination before Justice Lawlor on the charge of threatening to assault N. P. Campbell. lt appearing from bis aotious Id the jail that Sanchez was out of his head, he was exam ined by Doctors Barton and Wise yesterday and pronounced iiißane. He has been committed to tbe In sane Asylum by Judge Howard una will be taken up to Napa to-day. is *W t a Monica ahoes, which are lust coming out again, sold for al most nothing at the great Half Price Boot and Bboe House, oppo site the Pustoffloe, Los Angeles. Lewis Bros. One of tue new and attractive features of Santa Monica ie tbe leasing, by Mr. Joe Bayer, of Con gress Hall, of tbe Pavilion at tliat place. "Joe" throws bis whole beart and utmost energies into anything be undertakes. He baa •toured tbe attendance of a lull hand, which discourses sweet mu sic every Sunday to tbe lovers of tbe dance. In addition, tbe ten-pin alley and bar are features of inter est to those who bave refreshed themselves by a plunge In old ocean, and who rejoice in tbe vigor thus acquired. He beeps on baod a full supply of bis Ice-cold Boca beer and mixed drinks of a high degree of excellence are always to be had. -The universal admis sion of those who bave fre quented *>:-oia Monica during toe vast three or four Sunday* i« that t»«yer, with l Isbau I owc'orts a'.u i.la tan nt effort* t.. woviOo aoauMqat •*. - ' faaaVir- "CUy - " Mr. John Kenealy, of the Messrs. Dillon & Kenealy, left Sunday ou • visit to Ireland. His primary purpose is to see his aged father and mother. Mr. Keuealy, during his business and social career in Los Angeles, has won hosts of frieuds. He is one of the typical Irishmen of Lever's novels, generous, debon nair and good-bearted. Quiet and genial as he looks, he has served a goodly term lv British prisons as an Irish patriot. He will be ab sent, altogether, about three mouths. We predict tbat he will be accorded quite a demonstration in Cork, where his parents live. After remaining some weeks with tbem, Mr. Keuealy will turn his atteutiou to business. He will visit Belfast for the purpose of lay ing in a large supp'y of the famous Irish linens. He will next pioceed to Nottingham, England, to pur chase Ireely of tho celebrated lace goods whose manufacture is a specialty of that region. Manches ter and Bradford will next claim his attentiou, aud he will secure a loug live of the cotton materials for which tbey are noted. Mr. Ke nealy will wind i phlsEuropmu trip in London aud Pa is where he will order a large stock of fancy goods of latest fashion aud pattern. We hope that our frieud will enjoy his trip and return home Invigorated aud more enterprising thau ever. Tbe largest invoice of ladies, misses aud child's fancy strap san dals ever brought to Los Augeles have just been received at the great Half Price Boot and Shoe House, opposite the I'ostoulue, Los Angeles. Board of Supervisors. Tuesday, July G, 1880. Board met pursuant to aojourn meut. Present, full Board and the Clerk. Tlie County Assessor presented the assessment rolls for the fiscal year ]SBi). On motion, duplicate assessment rolls were dispensed with and tlie Clerk instructed to so notify tlie County Auditor. Petition of. B. Cohn in relation to compensation for tbe New River school bouse Referred to Super visor Cooper. Reports of county officers re ceived and ordered on Ueport book. Reports of township officers re oeived and filed. Resignation of W. S. Ritchey, Constable of Santa Anu township, accepted and J. C. Hickey ap pointed to till the vacancy. Resignation or G. M Holaday, Justice of the Peace of Fountain Valley township, accepted. Ou motion, tbe County Recorder was allowed an additional deputy. Petition of West and Hamilton, Deputy Recorders, received and placed on die. Ou motion, the County Treasurer is hereby authorised to transfer $3000 from tlie Current Expense fund to the Hospital fund tempo rarily und transfer all money in Squirrel fund to Current Expeiiso fund. Adjourned until 10 A M. to morrow. COURT REPORTS. •«|>< rl.it Onwel SEPDLVEDA, J, Tuesday, July 6tb. John Trafford admitted to prac tice lan- on examination in open Court. Matlilas Nisson, a native of Ger many, naturalised. Application of st. Atbanaslua Church to mortgage properly granted. Sanchez vs CummiugS—Hearing ou order to show Cause continued until Friday next at 10 A. M. Maybeny vs Ruiz—Motion for new trial submitted. Theodore Lynlll admitted to pructice law on examination In open Court. Howard, J. Singer Manufacturing Company vs A. F. White et al—Healing of motion to strike out answer set for Thursday next at 10 A. if. Estate of K. Uuiol, deceased- Letters testamentary issued to Ad rian Davorest, without bonds. Jones et al vs Twieheli et al—De murrer submitted and taken under advisement. Petition of A. Llpps for writ of habeas corpus submitted and taken under advisement Chapman vs Curtis—Set for trial Monday next at 11 A, M. Max Johnson vs Creditors— De cree ot fiual direharge of insolvent grunted. C. J. Crow vs Creditors—Sheriff appointed assignee. SET I'OK TJ-DAY. Smith vs Hewitt. Shipping Intelligence. Arrived at San Pedro July 2d, steamer Santa Cruz, Lelaud m&a ter, sixty hours from san Frai. cisco; with 7,810 railroad ties. Arrived July 81, schooner Big River, Maai master, five days from Noyau, with 8,000 railroad ties. Balled, BCboOOSf Orion, Urandi ma-ter, In ballast for Albion river Balled, seliooner Parallel, Jsoob sen master, for Little river, iv bal last. Ballet!, schooner Barbara, Hig gins master, for Noyau river, in ballast. Sailed, schooner Airnes Nielsen, Hank master, for Coos Buy, In bal last. Balled, Nteamer Saula Cruz, Leland maHter, for Heuneme. Balled, sloop Don George, John son master, for the Islands. Hancock Club of El Monte. Ebitou Herald: A Hancock Club was organized here last night (Friday, July 2d,) with thirty members enrolled. Judge Johu Hopper wus elected Preßldeut; Thomas McLiiu, Vice President; Orion H. Burke, Secretary; Johu W. Broaded, Treasurer. Upon inking the Chair Judge Hopper said it was a pleasure to preside as Chairmau of the Club of £.1 Moute, the banner Democratic precinct of Bos Angeles entity. Captain Smith, of Los Angeles, delivered an eloquent speech of 20 .... ~,,.„,) 0, *. Much, enthusiasm v .-ai Sami .■■ ( 'ir >mjee • Ofab ot »• ' ■ . tore many -• ': • ••• •• xohrs trt»vi t) ii. HUBK»2, :w're...ry. j ti! viouU. July .1 I THE NATIONAL BIRTHDAY. The Most Imposing Galobratton Bines the Centennial—A Gaily Decorated City and a Large Turnout -The Extrcißcs et the Park —Tho Terpiichorean Finals. 'lhe 104 anniversary of our lade dependence was ushered iv at midnight on Sunday by a salute of thirteen guns, fired by Captain Walter McGrath from tho High School hill. This was followed ul daylight by a national salute of thirty-eight guns. Tlie day thus heralded was bright uud beautiful, the temperature being such tliat, if made to order, it would have been hard to improve upou. At an early hour visitors from the surrounding eotiutry beguu to arrive and before noon our streets presented v sceue of life uud ani mation that has not been witnessed sluce the Centennial celebration. The city wus gaily decorated, flags flying from all tlie public buildings, the hotel", engiue houses grid many private resi dences. At the engine bouses the decorations were especially neat aud appropriate. Engine Com pany No, 1 besides having their house covered with flags, bad a live stretctied across the -strict from which depended In evergreen letters the words "Thirty Kiglits" The bouses of Confidence Cmpany No. 2, Park Hose Company No. 1 and Vigilance Hook and Ladder Company No. 1 weie also profuse ly decorated witb flags mid fes tooned wiih flowers aud evergreens. At 10 o'clock A. M. the several organizations intending to take part in tbe parade begun to gather, and at half-past eleven, the column moved ill the following order: of Mounted Police. Grand Marshal John 0 \\ hei ler. Aldus —W. lt. Ileitis, .-ostenoi Wepulrsda, Adoil'o Ce.is. City baud iv uniform. Marßlud el Division, X. A. I unsmeur. Aides—X. A. Temp'oton, It. I!, Drown, It. C. Davis. Los Augeles Ounrds. Captain liarcy com manding President ni the Day, llou. R F. del Ydle; header, Orator, Loader cf l'ocni. Mem bers of tlie City CuuLu'il and invited guosts in carriages. Martini ol Division, Thos. B. Drown, aides—M. T. McU.nnis, M A. lio.tulle, P. Frank conterno's baud. Thirty-Eights Lngino Co. No. 1, drawing husc-oart mounted as triumphal car. r.u a Hose Company with triumphal car. Divisiou Marshal, O. U. Weyse. Aides—O. yon Houmous, Jerry JUtieb and others. Hand. Confidence Engine Co, with exempt liorsc "bteer" aud triumphal car. Vigilance Hook and Ladder Co. Ne, 1. Junta Pitriotioa de Juarez. Citizens on horseback. Squad of Foriy-Hinere in p'osp -cting garb Willi pack animals and accoutrements. bjiicbrakoA McMauis's display—long line Ol buggies. Luitwciler's uiuplay of wagon-. Grange bturo wagon widi load ol groceries. Uoimss A r-cott Witb cariload of luul. Cihztns in carriages. Tlie procession was one of the moat imposing wo have seen in Los Angeles and from Col. Johu U. Wheeler, Chief Marshal, who gal lantly rode a milk white churgei, with his assistants anil aides, ail mounted on gaily caparisoned and mettlesome steeds, will be re membered as a memorable and lilting celebration of Ibe Nation's Birthday. The displays of tlie different organizations were con ceived in excellent luste and re flected great credit on their de signing. A detachment of tho po lice rode nt the head of the column and iv their new uniforms, each i with atrl-colored sash, made a very fine appearance. The triumphal ear of the Thirty Eights was v work of art, being finely decorated with evergreeus, bunting aud trophies of tbe Company, The seat of honor was occupied by Miss Maggie McLelian, dressed to represent the Goddess of Lib erty, aud supported on either side liy tbe two little sous of ('apt. Thorn, in coin menial costumes and bearing miniature muskets. Tbe I typioel tireman was represented by little Willie Dugau, who occupied a position on the front putt of the vehicle, wearing a slove-pipu hat, one legof bis pantaloons tucked into his boot-top, v spanner uud a re volver iv his belt, a set of whiskers glued to Ills chin and a cigar in bla mouth. He •appeared every iueb a b-hoy. Confidence Company* car was also very handsome. Among the decorations wus a large photograph of the ruunlug team uf the Company—tifleen members. Miss Rowena Laufranoo person* aled I lie Goddess, and was support' ed by Willie Gaid and Master Douglas. Tiie exempt horse tjieer, ridden In the line by Mustel Kear ney,was a noticeable feature ot the liarade. The new banner of the Company, bearing the motto "Faithful to OUt trust," wus also attractive. Park Hose Company's carriage was graced by little Miss Chauviu, arrayed in the patriotic irl-colors and wearing tlie always recognizable cap of liberty. The Loa AiigelesUuaids exhibited good drill iv tho line of march and were thoroughly military in every re spect. AT THE PARK. The procession reached the Sixth Street i'ark shortly before 1 o'clock aud, Willi* the iiificerß of the day tool: position on tbo platform, the crowd filed into lhe seals provided beneath an ample pavlflon, We have no hesitancy iv pronouncing tbe arrangement for the accomoda tion ot the puliltc the best tliat has yet been devised for such an occa sion. A pleasant breeze was stir ring, while the sun's rays were shielded by the overlying canopy of willow boughs, and there was no crowding Ot inconvenience notice able. Grauil Marshal Wheeler called tho assemblage to oitler and Introduced Hon. It. tf. del Valle as Chairman. The Chairman, after a word or two of congratulation, called upon Bey. J. W. Ellis to in voke the divine blessing. After a brief prayer a quartette, composed of Mrs. Mayo, Miss Ueorgo aud Messrs. Aheruethy and Parker, sang tbe old familiar soug aud chorus with tlie retrain Tbo union of lakes and tho union of lands, Thu union ot Hiatus nono cm silver, The uniun t f hosrts, the union cf lum is, And the flag of outuuion fuiever. Owing to the detention of Mr. S, H. Butterfleld, the regularly ap- I nied reader, by sickness lv his lily, his place was supplied by • ■ ipheu M. White, Esq , who read i -i Declaration of Independence th a clear sonorous voice, elicit ing applause. Tbe band then played a patriotic air by way of interlude, after wbich tbe follow ing poem, written for tbe ocoaslon by Miss Yda Addis, was read: POEM. •'There were giants in those days," Through the labyrinthine inaz. Of perplexity and doubt, Tears within aud foes without, True to liberty and right, Fiitiug principle with might, Facing terrors that assail— Terrors well might cauto thorn quail- Trusting Him who reigus on high To prc-erve that liberty; How thty fuugbt, thy bravo and free, Weil ii a well-beloved sky! All, tho bravo aud houoieddead! Do their spirits hover still, Impulse lend to heart and will ? Kindle still the patriot glow Iv thoje hearts or gold laid low? When their oountry needs, for h.r Dots the patriot fervor h ir Once again in Veins that lay Years ugoue, as senseless clay ? Aye) they know, thu noble dead, Hoar tho war-drum overhead ltoil in sullen vehemence; Hear tha lire-call, sharp, intonsa— Every ominous sound of war That resounds from near or far. Andthry hear the thrilling cry That It-DOttHOM victory; Hear thai ever, clear and sweet, Dut tkey never hear the beat Of a tread that bears defeat! V ■ n ho foar our country's fato While ye call h.r g o 1 and great, Trc.Living, lest tho burner, made By the lath. r >, bo be.r.-ycd By those fathers' sons—for shame! Men aro living, worth the name, They will shield tho land from ill— Ye of little faith 1 bo still; 3re am not policy nor pelf iball betray the land itself, While a mere rccivring day Tuts the thought of self away, LTshers in a nation's mirth, Xcks tho breast of moth r earth With the fairest flag that floats, Peals from counties, eager throats, iomago loud and homage deep— Telia ye I let your terrors sleep, Ye who dure to f_ar our shame Uudestrve your bithand name; )o£f tho hat and bond tho kneo, Sre ye speak of liberty I * «- No pale evanescent glow Was that tiro of long ago. jet au issue but arise '.i\ tho sight of loyal eyes, Aud tho nation* sons wi 1 stand Champions of native land, Lifting brave and knightly crests. Daring broad and gallant breasts, Heady, if the moment come, To relinquish hearth and home, Love, ambiticn, all that iB In the way of sacrifice, And where one was atanding then, Bally fifty present mon, Thanks to aires whoso pride cima down Like hereditary crown- Faithful, fervent, firm as they, Stand their children's sons to-day. The quartette? theuaaug America, tbe audience joining with much apparent timidity. Ca.pt. U. E Thnm tullnwed with an uddre.H of about fifteen minutes duration which was replete with ennobling aud patriotic eentlmeDts, and wan hea>lily received. The band play ed Yankee Doodle, the Choir s»ant_; "Fiie Star Spangled Bunner" witb another faint response from the audience on the chorus. Rev. Mr Kllie pronounced a benediction and the crowd dispersed. At the conclusion of the exercises at the Park a large number ol those assembled ndjoumcd to tlie Phila delphia Brewery to partake of tho barbecue prepared by mine host Manlstedt Here tlie crowd was immense and the beef, sheep, hams and beer, al though enough, it was thought, to feed a regiment, disappeared in au incredibly short space of time aud still, like Oliver Twist, the crowd cried for more, THE EVENING'S AMUSEMENTS. The day's celebration closed by two nn -! delightful halls, a calico ball for the benefit of the Ladles' Benevolent Society and tho annual ball of tho Los Angeles Guards. The calico ball took place at the Pavilion and was cue of the ino-t delightful nnd success Iv I afftin ever leuorded in the social iiiinal uf Los Angeles, fully live hundred persons having been present, Thai of tbo Guards wan given at Turu Vertsiu Hall and while not co large ly attended was alio v decidedly pleaaint affair. The San Pedro Regatta. A correspondent furnisher the Eocniiig Express with the follow ing account of the regatta at, San Pedro on Monday; Tito following were Ihe entries: First class—Tlio "Young Ameri ca," Cs.pt. Croker; "Liudskow's Susie," Captain Lind-kmv; Com modore Sauford's "Marry Ellen," Capiain Melbourne. Second Class—"Black Bess," Capt Crittenden; "Bauning's De light," Commodore Powers; "Big B>nauza," Captain Jorgensen; "Denis Kearney," Captain Bam Thompson; "Now Coiislilution," Ciptaiu C.'iiaee. Tblrd Claßt —Boskla'a "Musk melou,"Captaln Bnskie; Hall. "Get Up and Get," CaptalO Hall; "My Pardner Levi," Captain Edel mau. Tlio start was nt ten minute past 2IV M. Tm "Mary Ellen" took the lead followed by tb< "duel*." Tlie"M iry Ellen" roundtd tbe stake boat at twenty minutes past 3, tlie "Susie" at thirty min utes, the "Young America" at thirty-live minutes. The mile tme was that tho "M»ry Ellen" won the race by arriving ut Fayal ut ten minutes past 4, leaviug the others a inilo astern. The prize was $30. The aecnntl-clafs rare was won by the "Black Bess." Prize a pair of gum boots. The third class was won by "My Pardner Levi." Prize a leather medal. Incidents—The "Get up and Get" was thrown out ou accountof usiug oars. "Bauulna'a Delight" ran afoul of the "New Constitution." The "Muakuaelon" lost her gaff top sail. The "Big Bonanza" ran ashore at the tlrst saloon, where she took on ballast in bulk. San Pedro has never before seen so much life as on this Fourth. Hundreds of visitors from Comp tou and surrounding oountry were present. All the vessels iv the -harbor flow their bunting. Fayal was obscured witb flags. The first brigade of calatbumplaus rrom Wilmington came down in full force. The regatta waa a sue cess. Another race was gotten up between tlie "Oarflehl" and tbe "Uuu. Hancock," resulting ln the "Hancock" winning by three boats' lengths. Property Transfers. RETORTED BY JOHN R. URII.RLY— JULY 0, 1880. CONVEYANCES. 0 E Day to N C Carter-hots 13 aud 17, blk H, Desuoycr tract; ItSeO. Win J N-olylnHH Buyer— W J4 ors Hoi NX )i ol 8W !i lSecl6 X 2 8 It 13 W; UM. I'eler to Wm McKee—Lot 1 U I lot I l. ii aud W '/, oi lot 1 It 1, Alliuinbru tract; 8-I*. wm steKss to Pranoli o_ story—samei HU. A L Jeffrey to Samuel Ilees nntl U E Wlrschnig—oox9lJs 1 1 wide ou W aid.' ol LoS Augeles stieet, below Cominerclul. $25e0. W \V Jenkins to Antonia II Vf de Ten pie—Kancho La Merced; ItuOS Tobias Welter lo Mary J Higgle-IO acres adjoining lund ol Itimpau. probu bij in EtaaehoXas Oienegasi SikO. Same lo li Iteed—2o acres ad joining samei niuiw. 1 * c Hull hiiil H ilnmllron, trustees, to H 1) Mt'Ooiinid-I. jts 11 aud „b, See 11 T 1 * It U W; SiU. same to IBilsa C Mulocir—Lot 21 Sec 11 T 1 n 14 12 W; 180, C'assie E MeColluin lo E N McDonald —2o 40 ucres in hanobo San I'eUro, on ihe western boundary of Wilmiuglun, ItM. .1 WStvanßou, by Sheriff, to John A Miirovleh—l2aerealn Kancho Santiago ue Hantu Ann; I2'ji St). MARRIED. FLETCniSIt-BtINCH-At the residence of und by tho Key J. W. Kills, July 4, isso, Mr. E N. Heicuer to Miss si. r;itu Buuch, boih ol this cily. I'.VWI.INO — SANCHFZ.-In this oily, July StD, by Justice John TraUord. W. 11. ltuwllng lo Anita Sanchez. Saratoga Waves and Hair Work Of all kinds made loorder, switch es made from combings; human hair bought and sold, by Mrs. 'P.M. Adams, (late of Topeka, Kansas,] • t 199 Main street, between 2d and 3.1, Los Augeles. Half-soling ami heeling boots and shoes ut tlie great Half Price Boot and Shoe House for $1 00, op- Ijoslte the I'ostoHlce, Los Augele". Another large consignment of Etolbrook & Ludlow's tine ladies' shoes, French kid mid pebble goat, of nil styles; also, a huge consign ment of Lilley, Braekelt & Co's tine siloes for men. This work is well known to every oiih us being l <f the best style and finest quality. Remember the place, A 8 MeDon lid's, 84 Spring street, The coiorist does dyeing aud lOUIIUg lit No. 8 Aliso street. Jesse Moore Att'o's line old Bour bon and Rye Whiskies by the pint nottlo or gallon, at Woollacott's, 40 Sprlug street. Clothes cleaned or dyed, then mended and pressed and warranted to look like new, at No. 8 Aliso Street. II yon have a longstanding cough, weak lungs, use tbe best remedy In tiie market—Scott's Emulsion of Cod l.iver Oil, with liypopbospbiter of Lime nnd Soda —for sale by Heiuseuian <fc Kills. Seeond-lmncJ elotbtUß bought and lold ut No. H Aliso street. Helnzeaaan & Gill, make physi cian*' prescriptions anil family re cipe* a specialty. They mo strictly pare drug* ami chemicals. Give them a call. Five hundred dollars worth of second-hand clothing wanted at No. 8 Aliso street. 4 ROYAL BSWilf J> (■Vail POWDER Absolutely Pure. Made from Grape Cream Tartar. No other prepnr it ion makes such light, flaky hot bread**, or luxations pantry. Can be eaten by dtspepttes without fear ofthe ills reSQlttng from henvy ludl amtlbls food. Hold only ia cans, by all (Jrocars. SSJ'Kost ohssy powders contain alum; avoid t hem especially when odered loose or iv bulk. VOithX* n VICING POWOKB CO., N. Y. Wm. T. OoLSKAM A Co., Agent*, San Francisco. nieif Examination of Teachers. Notico Is hereby given that an exami nation of teuciiers will be be held by the Cilv Hourd of r.xamintitlon ln tbe High school building. Uis Angeles city, cuui menc ng TU S.SIIAY, JULY ti.li, at nine o'clock a. m•■ aud couOuuiug three days. , „ The following Studio, ere required for a Second Grade City Certificate: Arith metic, grammar, geography, composi tion, U.S. history, orthography. denn ing, penmanship, reading and mci.hods of teaching. All theauove named and tlie following additional studies are required lor v Fnsl Grade city Certiflo~ie: Algebra natural philosophy, natural history, physiology. English and American lit erature, principles of civil government, book-keeping, industrial drawing, vocal music aud theoleuieiitsor pollilcaleoon ""aTi'applicants for certiHeatoa must be present at the commeucoment of the ex amination. Life Diplomas, state Normnl School Diplomas and Educational Diplomas, each granted by this Htate. may entitle ihe holder to a Urst Grade Clt* certificate without examination. No other diplo- I mus or certlllcates will be considered. Per order of the Board. 1 MARY A. HODGKINB, ' J eSltd Seo'y Board of Examination. CITY OF PARIS." ; ] SPECIALLY IMPC tTED | FOR THE CALICO BALL! Which takes place on the sth of July 1 50 Pieces Plain and Printed French PERCALES, at 50 Pieces Plain and Printed Finest French LAWNS, at 100 Pieces Plain and Printed French LAWNS, at : : 150 Pieces Printed French LAWNS, at : : ; • Eugene Meyer & Co? THE HERALD PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORKnotequaledin 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. NOTICE. ThN is to notify all persona concerned tbat no one la authorized to Incur any indebtedness or obtain any cred lt on my account, and lhat I will not pay any bills incurred by any ono without a written order from me. H. H. MOTT. Loi Angeles, April s, 1880. apstr HO3TH AMERICAN REVIEW 1070. NEW. BJBSKIKS. 1879 i Pubiifeturi Or.cc 1 v Two Mouths. Prise, f S a Year, in AoWum. pBKMOUTH AMERICAN UJUYiKW.IN 1 t<iitorm« ou a new series under vow will retain all that has made it, lor over sixty years, so important an ele ment in American literature. Itn mon froquont ißsao, and the addi .idu*] writer* engaged for it, will hereafter luable it to discuss more promptly and thoroughly ths vital questions of fho time —noiiiioal, eoonntuicaf, sociul, industrial, •loleutiiic, educational, literary and moral. The UK VIEW is uot lhe organ of any suet, school, clique, or of its editors, but of tho best scholars, thinkers, scientists, itetomsiti Writers and critics of the day. Wiih this aim aud character, with this uouorablu record, and with tlie abundant ri*om*cos at its command to uiako «ood its promises, t.'to NORTH AMERICAN RE VIEW oOttWheud* Hestf to the fav<»r all of latoUlgsat sishMae* TEUM3— to h Yoar, in Advance. JAS* Hm OSGOOD <% CO. Publish is tut, WINTHKOP SQUARE, BOSTON. felSt 1879. Ec i c c tic Magazine. Thirty-Fourth Year. 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