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Ths Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Antisel Pianos and Organs. I take pleasure in informing my friends and tbe publio tbat Mr. T. M. Antisel, of San Franclsoo, will be in Los Angeles during Fair week, when any one who wishes to purchase a first-class piano or organ for oash or on small installments, will find it to his or ber Interest to oall on him at tbe Pavilion or on Mr. J. R. Mendoza, of the same house, wbo will be pleased to show and explain all the Improvements ln these superior instruments. By purchasing direct from headquar ters instead of humbug agents,who mislead by false representations, a saving of from $100 to $200 can be made. Our Instruments bave been awarded premiums at tbe State Fair at Sacramento and at the fairs at Stockton, San Joefl and Marysvllle. Fifteen of them will be on exhibition at tbe Pavilion, and parties are Invited to oall and examine tbem and satisfy them selves tbat the best is always the cheapest. We sell none but first class instruments. J. R. Mendoza.. lra-oct IS. Bear in Mind! Sherman, Hyde A Co., the lead ing piano and organ dealers of tbe Paoiflc Coast, have a complete as sortment of instruments at their .branoh store, kept by Mre. D. R. Corona, 45 Main street, Cosmopoli tan Hotel. Call and enquire about the Instalment plan. jy7-6m F. Llndquist, merchant tailor, No. 20 Spring street, Is himself a practical flutter; and, baying had ample experience In San Franoiseo and Los Angeles, knows bow to meet the requirements of his cus tomers. He keeps a full supply of the best cloths constantly on hand aod makes them up "upon honor." R. Bills, baying bought all the Interest in the trucks, teams and freighting business of Mr. J. C. Glover (of the late firm of Bills & Glover), Is now alone in tbe busi ness, and always on hand with his teams at tbe old stand, No. 7 Mar ket street. aplttf To Whom it May Concern. Please take notice: Any person having pledges or collaterals at the Star Loan aud Broker Office, No. 4 Commercial street, will please re , deem the same or pay accrued in terest thereon witbin thirty days from this date or they will be sold. P. S.—Money loaned on all kinds of personal property. mrSOtf Clothes oleaned or dyed, then mended aod pressed and warranted to look like new, at No. 8 Aliso ■treat. To all wishing removed perma nently superfluous Hair, Freckles, Liver Spots, Black Worms, Moles, etc., I will send a recipe free of ebarga. This great remedy was discovered by Professor E. Hinna, tbe great Chemist and East India Plant discoverer. Send a self-ad addressed envelope to V, Popper, UT Montgomery street, San Fran oiseo, California, Agent for the United States and Canada. As ad vertising is very expensive, this ad vertisement will only appear for one montb. Please out It out and preserve It. my2l lm Five hundred dollars worth of seoond-band clothing wanted at No. 8 Aliso street. A number of desirable rooms to let at No. t Third street. Tbe loca tion is accessible and desirable from every standpoint. The neigh borhood is good and the houae is barely Aye minutes' walk from the Court House. Gentlemen, It you wish a good fit and good goode, please oall at 88 Main street Baa the Conoolodor ln his won derful transmutation of colore at tha dyeing and scouring establish ment, No. 8 Allso atreet. / A Card. To all who are suffering from ths errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will ssnd a recipe lhat will oure you, free of charge. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-ad dressed envelope to tbe Bey. Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York City. my w iy sajstßßaa^BSßeßaassHsaaasssaaaaaanane-. ■ ftalsßMslAmA^fa^KA^biaJ J!#S*e»^^ *ff:Mr.^ natural aaC ncosssary result is the cure of Scrof ulous aad othsr Skin Eruptions and Ihsssms Including Oancrs, Olcsrs and othsr Borss of tusHvomsrMi.l'onstl r»t"oVDluln«i.. General Debility, etc., are "redl by tbs SJadV Bitters. It Is eotquak-u ss sn appetiser set rssulsr tonic. It isauMdlclos which should he In »\-«ry fam ily, aad which, wherever used, will save the payment of many doctors' bills. Bottles of two aires; prices. 10 cents and Si.oo. tBJIIJJtpHIJ SfctT Wurnrra HaTe Heme- HUHtMRIHBj dies are sold Hl9 **y Drußgtsta mE| and Dealers ■ fa in Medicine iSHIBJ OBsVaal everywhere. Ptodt i«Hon. IM3SISH m *• ■llflliyßH »t»Titnri frrr Pamphlet tasu MONEY TO LOAN. we HeVKftIO.OOOTO LOAM at a TUESDAY NOV. 80, 1880 LOCAL BREVITIES. The Herald is the only newspa per in Los Angeles that receives the Associated Press telegraphic dispatohes. The examination of Hidales, the forger, will take place before Jus tice Fisher this afternoon. Mr. Hlrsohfeld has returned from a business trip to Ban Franoisoe, with a large and varied stock of goods. We acknowledge an invitation, from tbe Undine Club, to be pres ent at tbeir social on Thursday evening, Deo. 2d. Lieutenant - Governor Mansfield left for Saoramento overland yes terdsy to prepare for the coming session of tbe Legislature. Judge Sepulveda yesterday sen* tenced John Warder, oonvioted of stealing a horse from Mr. , J de Batth Shorb, to the State'e Prison for oue year. Tbe party wbo waa seen taking a black and tan pup from near Slaney's shoe store, will please re turn the same and save trouble. The sentence of Angel Corona and Ramon Reina, oonvioted In Judge Sepulveda's Court on the charge of. robbery, which was set for yesterday, has been postponed until Wednesday. We had tbe pleasure of meeting yesterday Mr. Littlefleld, of Little field, Allison <ts Co., commission merchants lv San Franoiseo, wbo proposes to spend some days amongst us. A visitor to our oity tbe other day, inquired of a citlzeu the pro fession of Mayor Toberman. "Pro fession?" replied tbe citizen, "why he is a profssslonal beauty. He is the male Mrs. Langtry of Loa Angeles." By notice iv our New To-Day it will be Been that Messrs. Hender son & Marshall have removed their store to Nos. 147 and 149 Main atreet (Llchtsnberger's new building) where tbey will be glad to serve their old friends and the publio generally. Mr. J. Sresovlch, a produce and commission merchant of Tucson, A. T., will be in Los Angeles dur ing tbe present week. He can be oommun'oated with through P. O. box 942. Los Angeles fruit pro ducers and farmers would do well to seek his acquaintance. Tbe bar and billard rooms af the Pico House are being thor oughly renovated and elegantly re fluted and will shortly be opened to the publio, under the charge of Mr. Charles A. Sobroeder, lately of The Baldwin, San Francisco. Mr. William Welloeu, oue of tbe nioat prominent members of tbe W. P. C. in the heyuey of that party's power, but in the late Pres idential campaign an effective sup porter of the Democratio ticket, ar rived in Los Angeles en Sunday en route to Arizona. Tbe attention of Los Angelea fruit growers and farmers is direct ed to tbe advertisement of Mr. J. Sresoviob, of Tucson, Ariiona, which will be found ln our New To-Day. Mr. Sresoviob, who is well known to our citizens, solicits consignments of fruits and farm produce on commission, on which be will make liberal advances. Mr. J. B. Bain, the hop raiser of the Sauta Ana valley, has ovsr a hundred head of stall fed cattle for Christmas. Mr. Bain is not only a stock man; but, last year be raised, on fifteen aores, an average of 8010 pounds of hops to the acre. Hla farm, three and one-half miles southwest of Santa Ana, prom ises to become famous in various branches of agriculture. The Ban Diego Newt Bays of Be- , mon Hidaleß, the men uDiier. arrest for forgery: "He is a gay young fel low and wears glasses and plays the acoordeon, and made several 'mashes' among the young aod foolish while here. It is believed he, or somebody for bim, procured the letter containing the diaft by a false key tn the postofflce box of Mr. Jones." Mr. J. D. Dunlap yesterday in formed us tbat all the difficulties wblch have hitherto Interfered with tbe proper development of tbe Blue Light mine at Silverado, have beeu amicably settled and tbere is now nothing to prevent tbe active working of the mine. Some ore that was taken to San Francisco by Mr. Poole for assay yielded tbe handsome return of $651 per ton. This yield, consider ing the facilities for working it— cheap fuel aud an abundauoe of water—Mr. Dunlap thinks, makes tbe Blue Light tbe rlohest mine in tbe State. We acknowledge a pleasant call from our friend Col. Joseph Coyne, Sheriff of San Diego oounty, wbo is in Los Angeles on official busi ness. Col. Coyne informs-us tbat tbe people of tbat section are jubi lant over the bright railroad pros pects, and that they expect to have rail communication with the outer world by connection at or near Col ton, within a year. In view of I tbe near consummation of tbls long looked for and ardently de- I sired event, people are already be ginning to flock to the oity of bay and olimate and, aa a consequence, real estate is booming. Tbe Rev. David T. Paokard, for merly Pastor of tbe Congregational Church of this city, died at Stock ton on Sunday morning, from in juries received by being thrown from a buggy while attending a funeral at that place about ten days ago. Tba deoeased clergyman was a native of Massachusetts and aged 68 years. His remains were - brought to tbls city yesterday and will be buried from the Fort strset M. E. Church at 11 o'olook tbls morning. The funeral services i will be oonduoted by tba Rev. J. IW. Kills, of tba Presbyterian [ Church. The late Republican Municipal Convention, though lt failed to nominate Mr. Llohtenberger, paid tbat gentleman a very well deserv ed compliment. In tbat body lt wae statsd, on authority, that Mr. Llohtenberger did not desire a nomination for Treasurer; that, in fsot, be had withdrawn in favor of Mr. Caswell. Notwithstanding this fact, Mr. Liohtenberger re ceived seventeen votes out of the thirty-five which comprised the Convention. Mr. L. is a Republi can, but we have no hesitation in giving him credit for having made one of the best and most faithful treasurers tbe city of Los Angeles ever had. Tbe cultivation of tbe raisin grape, In the vicinity of Orange, is evidently a great success, judging from the following letter, lately addressed by Spear, Meade & Co, to Mr. R. L. Crowder, of that plaoe: "We received by eteamer Newport to-day your first shipment of 82; boxes of raisins. You will oblige us by preeentiug our compliments to tbe Messrs. McPberson Brothers and say to tbem that the raisins tbey send, if all equal to the few boxee we bave opened, are by all odds the finest lot of California retains we have ever seen in this market, aud we bave been con nected with the California raisin trade from its infancy. If Orange oan produce raisins of this quality in sufficient quantities to supply tbe demand that is now being cre ated for California raisins, then, indeed, 'great will be the heritage' of tbe people iv your section." As a Bepublioan oandldateMayor Toberman is undoubtedly peouliar. He declined to move in the matter of the reception of PresidentHayes; and, when Grant arrived ln San Francisco, he was was no less re- calcitrant—for a Republican can didate. Like Fltzhugb, he evi dently looked upon himself as a "bigger man tban old Grant." When Ulysses got to San Francis co, a number of prominent Repub licans and Federal office-holders went to Toberman and asked bim, as Mayor, to invite Gen. Grant to visit Los Angslss. He replied that "he would be d—d if he would 'do it —that he was uot going to toady to Gen. Grant, nor help to get up a ■ boom' tn his favor." As the can didate of the Democrats or Work logmen this would make capital for Toberman. As the candidate of the Bepublioan party, his cold ness to both Hayes aud Grant representing botb wings of the par ty, will seem a little offensive both to Hayes and Grant men. Col. andj Mrs. B. S. Baker are at present ln San Franoisoo. Col. Baker, when Los Angsles was at the last gasp, and wben pessimists thought that we were at tha bot tom of a ladder whioh would have na rungs for ascension, fearlessly began tbe building of Baker Blook, a far finer edifice than the Nevada Blook, ln San Franoiseo. A mil lion dollars, repeated tenfold,would not rightfully tell the story, iv money, ln land aud its concomit ants, owned by Col. and Mrs. Bak er. They stood the brunt of tbe hard times, standing all the while stauuohly by tbe infant city of Los Angeles. It gives us infinite pleas ure to learn tbat tbey bave either sold, or are about to sell, the Inter est of Mrs. Baker In tbe Coyotes ranch for a princely sum. There is do question but that tha purchas er of this splendid property will bless his stars. The excelsior im pulse in Los Angeles county real estate has but Just begun. Two years from now the purchaser of an acre, or a ranch, In this county, will congratulate himself upon an enhancement of from one to five hundred per oent. This number will be a surprise tp its young readers. Special effort effort has been made to glorify tbe Christmas Beaton, and 85,000 extra copies (making an edition of 105, --000) are being published to meet the anticipated orders from Santa Claus. Tbe new decoration for the cover will be wintry and spirit ed. Among tbe greatly varied and ptofusely illustrated contents will he au operetta for young people called 'The Land of Nod," in wbieh six little sleepy-beads visit tbe marvelous place aud see many wonders. The libretto is musical and vivacious verse, and tbe music is by Mr. Anthony Reig and Mr. W. F. Sbermin. Mr. Frank R. Stocktou will contribute one of bis droll and quaint fairy stories, and Mr. Washington Gladden describes "A Christmas Dinner with the Man in tbe Mopn." A new feature of St. Nicholas will be tbegun. It is a "Treasure-box of Literature," whose value and purposes are in dicated by the first couteuls,which will be reprints of Nathaniel Haw thorne's fantasy "David Swan," aud Thackeray's poem, "King Canute." Both are to be Illustrat ed. COURT REPORTS. Superior Court SIPOLVBDA, J. Monday, Nov. 29, 1880. People vs. Ramon Relna, two ease* —Testiraouy aa to obaracter of defendant received. Seotenoe de ferred till Wednesday uext at 10 A. at. People vs. Angel Corona—Same order. Beeler vs. Culver—Receiver ap pointed. People vs. John Verder—Sen tenced to one year's Imprison ment. People vs. J. J. Carrillo-On trial. Charles Kay, native of England, naturalized. A. Langeuberger vs. Clara Rust —Demurrer aud complaint sub mitted ; two days to Ale points. 'Bsnbem vs. Trumbull et al. vs, W. C. Bassett et al. Howard, J. Moses Norton vs. creditors — Brunsou & Wells entered as coun- Estate of Wm. Wilson, deceased —Findings filed. Murphy vs. Odd Fellows' Build ing Assoolatloa—Application for receiver before the Court. Claua Grimm, a native of Ger many, naturalized. Guardianship of Walter M. Pat rick et al, minors—Petition for sale of real and personal property granted. BET FOB TO-DAY. Rumpf va Gerklns. Hlnde va Oredltoro. Rainfall 1879-80. Below we publish a record of the rainfall for the season 1879-80, co mmencing October 1, 1879, and olos ing September 30, 1880, from a rec ord kept at the Hbrald offloe and carefully compared with that of the Signal Servioe office: 1870—October 7th, 8 to 0 A. M., light drizzle; 12th, 9:30 r. M., gen tle, misty rain; ISth, 1 to 5:30 a.m. steady rain, 93-100ths. November 9th, 12:45 A. St. to 1:80 P. M , stesdy rain, 6 to 7 P. at., tbree heavy showers and 12:30 of the 10th, light shower, 3.43 inch es; 16th 5:80 to 6:80 A. v., light shower, l-100th; 30th 8:20 A. X.. showers, 20-lOOtbs; total 364 inches. December Brd, 6 AM, shower 3 lOOtbe; 7th, light shower 2-100ths; Bth 3:10 to 11 A H, showers, 16 lOOtha; 19th 9 a M up to 3:16 p m of tbe 20th, showers,4 67 inches; 21st, 10 P U light shower; 22d 1:46 P M showery till 6P M, 4-lOOtbs; 26th, 10 P M showery till 11 A M of the 28th, 139 Inches; 29th 1 to 6 A M, light showers, 2 lOOtbe; total 6.88 iuohee. 1880-January Bth, 5:15 am to 11 A M, 10 lOOtha; 10th, 4 A M to 4 P M, showers, 38 lOOths; 26th a few drops; 26ih, 3 to 6 P M, showers, 9 lOOths; ilka, 12:26 P M. rain till 2:30, suow au l raiu till 4 and heavy showers hum 6 till 10:30 P M, 78-' lOOths; 28'h, 2:40 PM, a few drops; total 1 83 Inebta Februuiy 9 it, 8:45 a M to 3:16 P at of the 10 o. o<til i-n.iwei-, 27 --lOOtbs; lUh io4:3a aM 20 100ths j 2:40 p M, sprinkle . f raiu sun snow; 16ih, 9:50 A M. a ww tlio,' [ 21 i, 6:16 A M to 6:30 P M, showers f>7 lOOtbs; 22d 12:30 to 5:30 P M, show ers,ll:6o to 12 heavy ram,24 100 hsj 27th, very light shower; total 1.58 inches. March 2J, 1:45 p M, a few drops; BJ, 6:30 A M, succession of light showers to 7:30 F M, 10-lOOthg, dot ing night 7-100tbs; Bth, 11:20 P m, very light shower; 12tb, 12:05 to 9 a m, very light showers, l-100tb; 14th 3 am, light shower; 16th, sev eral light showers duriug early ■art of day, 3:20 to 5:20 P m,steady rain, 32-100ths; 17th, 1:20 A M till 12:38 PM, showers, 16-100ibe; 25th, 4:40 till 11 A M, beavy showers, 5 to 9:20 p m, showsrs, 79-100ths; total 1:45 inohes. April Ist, 10:05 p m till 8:15 P m of the 2d, steady light raiu, 1.43 inohes; >d till 12 midnight of the 4tb, showery, 35-100tbs; Sth, 9:15 v at to 4 A M of the 6th, showers, 29 --lOOtbs; 9th, light sprinkle; 13tb, 4 am, shower, 3-100tbs; 14th, 6:55 p M to 8:15, light rain, 6 -100 th; 15th, 2 p M to 8:15 Pilot 18th, stsady light rain, 1.11 Inchon; 17th to about 3 am, 10-IOOtbs; 21st, 11 a m to midnight, showers, 1.63 iuohes; tetal 5:06 inohes. May lltb, 10 PM, light rain, 4 lOOtbs. July three showers, August two showers and September one show er, all of which were so light, that no measurement was taken. SUMMARY. Ootober, 93-100tbs; November, 3.64 inohes; December, 6.33 inohes; January, 1.33 inches; February, 1.56 inohes; March, 1.45 inches; April, 5.06 Inches; May, 4 lOOtbs. Total for tbe season, 20.34 Inches. Thus far this season, commenc ing Ootober Ist, 79-100ths of an inch have fallen. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. f Mr. J. H. Butler has addressed us the following letter for whiob, of course, we disolalm responsibil ity, but to whloh we give epaoe.— ■ Editor Herald.] barnacles! barnacles!! Editor Herald: Is not this world, as In the jolly days of Fal staff aod Prince Hal, still "given to lying?" One need not immure himself in contemplative solitude to assist memory in conjuring up into tbe eternal now, tbe well filled pages of tbe reoeat past, in our oity. I would like to laud the bead aud some of tbe tail, as tbe Ex press oalls it, of tbe Demooratio nominatious, if old king caucus had uot injected one man to han dle the money ot the people; who, after deolaring bimeelf a Working man from bis fluger nails to tbe soles of his feet; re-betrayed tbe party Into tho bands of Its enemies to gratify a vile ambition andean Itohing palm. But every true Workiugman has spotted bim for ever; ami so one Itepublioau, at least, will be c eoted si.re, and as time ever w.irks nui bar oiinpeima tious, kiugctuoj. (woicu w»n first introduced by Adam*, who.it- «y« tern waa opposed by JefiVrjon) by this aot has oue more nail diiven deeply into bis corrupt aud ac cursed coffin. But bow about the head of tbe Republican tloket? Only two short but svenlful years have passed since he deolared tbat be would be the candidate of no other party but tbat of tbe Worklngmen; and be has again reoeived the nomina tion of its (locally) weak and mewling successor, the U. B. L. P.; and, iv a line oonvantlon of about 700 voters, be once fully and em phatically approved and pledged himself to the Worklnsmen's plat form; but showing his contempt of one of the most prominent provis ions— Its cardinal principle; he, im mediately after his eleotlon, em ployed Chinese labor, to the exclu sion of both white men aud women, who were at that time starving in our olty. I extract this part of the-platform, as follows, and wish all voters would read the whole document, so as tv see tbe perfidy of tbe men (?) who pledged themselves to it: "To so tax tbe Chinese (as our Supreme Court has just decided, and you may see iv page 13, Artiole 4 of new Char ter, Council has this power) that tbey shall be compelled to go be yond the limits of the oity; and give plaoe to the labor of our own oitizens, who will fill tbeir places, spend their money with us and will scon double up tbe bueiuees and the working population of our city." I shall be pleased to pre sent the whole platform to auy per son wishing to read lt. And now, besides violating the same, wbat haa this man done to carry out the principles of the most praotloally good platform that waa aver pre sented to our people? For no party or press aver dared to question Its exoellenco. Has he called together our people to consult the interests of the men of labor? has he urged our Counoll, during these two years of expectation, to fulfill their part of the contract to the people? No! I stood there alone, in my sickness and weakness, with no one to hold up my imploring hands, in the cause of the poorl And yet this man smirks and bows to the poorest men and women of the olty, and for what? Is It from his overflowing love toward them? or is It for the $150 per month that constantly holds out its golden bait to his longing heart and aspiring eyes? Do not men still "smile and smile, and murder wheu they smile?" I could willingly give you and all earnest men overflowing columns of "thoughts tbat breathe aud words that burn" into suoh men's consciences; and place Into every honest man's hand "a whip to scourge tbe rasoals of violated pledges, through the world," but in a daily paper I know that your space is always limited. Jesse H. Butler. Property Transfers. REPORTED BY JUDBON, GILLETTE A GIBSON—NOVEMBER 29, 1880. CONVEYANCES. Louia Folaskl to Charles B Butrlok—ll aeresKslde San Pedro st, city, Delano tract; 15000. Fred Doha lo Hamuel Hellman—Part of lot 1, blk O, John-ton tract, city; fl. Javier Yorba to Teresa del Casal de Sancneß—Lots 17 and 18, Requena tract, city, with lot extending from said lots to zanja; tißoo. I til Norton to Frank L Norton, minor —Fractional lot 8, blook C, lv lot 2, blk 00, Haneook's survey; grant. Lewis W Robinson, Wm T Clark and Susan V, his wile, to Mattle A Clark—E H of SW Hof SW M and W % of SE U of Sec 36, Twp 1 N R 10 w, 40 acres; I 200. lames Kerr to Chas Peterson— X% acres ln N ri cor er lot 5, X 2, Temple A Ulbson tract, Haactio San Pedro, with right of way over strip 10 foot wide to railroad; ttS. N H Prloe to Mis N J Clark, wife of J M Clark, as her separate eaiate—3 %of N W N W H SeolHTaS it 12 W, subjeot to mortgage to Jas Hay for »207; two. John Sohumacber to Mary H Preuss, his daughter, as ber separate estate—Lot 0, blk U, Ord's survey; love and affeo tlon and tl. Same to Caroline Schumacher, his daughter, as her separate estate—Lot 8, blk S3, Ord's survey; love and affection and tl. G]£ Long, assignee of F Pa) Temple, to B W Bktelman-fjudlvlded half of blk 32, Compton; $7.50. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports for the henentof Commerce and Agriculture. Report of observations taken at Los An geles, Cal., Nov. 29,1880. ; , E , ;—c : : la 8 1 ,i Minimum Thermometer, 57.0 Minimum ■• 46 0 Rainfall since last report .00 ln. Stop That Cough. If you are suffering with a cough, cold, asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption, loss of voice, tickling In the throat, or any affection of the throat or lungs, use Du.KiNa's Nbw Discovery for consumption. This Is the gieat remedy that Is oauelcgso muoh excitement by Ite wonderful cures, ouring thousands of boneless oases. Over one million bottles of Dr. Kino's Nbw Dis covery have been used within tbe last year, and have given perfect satisfaction in every instance. We cau unhesitatingly say that this is really the ouly sure cure for throat and lung affections, and can cheer fully recommend it to all. Call and get a trial bottle free of oost, or a regular size for $1.00. For sale < by Heinzeman ds Ellis, Wholesale j Agents. i Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve In tbe world for outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, ohapped bands, chilblains, corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions. Tbls salve Is guaranteed to give perfeot satisfaction in every case or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Heinzeman & Ellis, Wholesale agents, Los Angeles. Fresh shrimps Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays; California and Puget Sound oysters, 25 cents per plate; Eastern oysters every style; hot and cold lunches aud all the delicacies of tbe season served on the shortest notice at Congress Hall, oorner of Main and Requena etreets. Boca beer, the best on the Coast, always on hand, as well as a full supply of the beat brands of liquors, wines and oigars. En trance to ladies' rooms ou Requena street. We always keep on band Bathes da aud other mineral waters Scott's Emulsion, all the leading domestic aud foreign patent medi cines an I non-secret remedies, We have the most complete stook of lit-rfumeries, soaps, brushes and Irugg'Ht-i' sundries in Southern Ciliiornia. Preuss & Pironi, oppo site tlie Court House, 21 Spring atreet. Have just received the finest line of men's shoes ever brought to Southern California. Call and see them, Lewis Bros, Nos 57 and 59 Spring street. Children's and boys' suits, flan nel underwear, blankets neckwear, collars, eooke, overalls, blankets, lined duck coats and everything appertaining to men's and hoys' wear, at tbe lowest cash prices at IXL, Downey Block. Casting out devils—The Lion malaria and liver pad, with body aud foot plasters—three remedies lv one—for sale by Preuss & Pironi, agents. Price, $1. Hosiery, notions and fancy goods to be sold at cost, on account of re tiring from tbat line, at the Ar cade, Main street, corner of Com mercial. Hughes's Russian Baths. Lo cated No. 15 Main street, opposite tbe Pioo House. Gentlemen and ladies attended to by persons of ibeir own sex. Spread the news, that those nobby ulsters and fine winter over coals have arrived from New York at tbe IXL, Downey Blook; $10, |12, $16 and $18. | AU reasonable men, without re gard to politics, buy their boots and shoes at tbe Great Half Price Boot and Shoe Store, Lewis Bros., 57 and 59 Spring street. Second-hand clothing bought and •old at No. • Allso street Hoi fresh stook i Callfo - steß-etl In - • ooderfiiY' iv It that] you C: and ft Block ' W»on omols'noV',,,* large as feu B'l'.slii like to bttVK it, keep even shoes st 'i c Oreat'Malf Price l and I l aud 5 AO* large consignment ofj Holb Shoes noh Kid am! .a-bbie g»« , of all ment el flue i well il of tbi . v Beineiuuei tue piuue, A. o. Mo*)Ou> aid's, 31 Spring street. Congress Hall, oorner Main and Bequena streets, will supply flrst olass Eastern oysters, ten for 50 cents; second class, fourteen for 50 cents; California and Puget Sound oysters 100 for 50 cents, delivered to any place in tbe city. Don't go outdoors without a pair of gaiters or Alexis ties at 92, or stood full stock winter boots for $3, from the IXL, Downey Block. Heinzeman A Ellis are tbe (au thorized) agents for the Lion Ma laria and Liver Pad, with body and foot plasters. The Holman Liver Pad, the Exoelsior Kidney Pad aud the only Lung Pad. The cost of itl Of what? That nobby business suit at tbe IXL, Downey Block, was only $15, and all wool at that. Heinzemau & Ellis make a spe cialty of physiclons prescriptions and family recipes. All medicines are warrauted fresh and pure and at lowest prioes. If you have any prejudice in favor of white labor, patronize tbe Half Price Boot and Shoe House, Lewis Bros., 57 and 69 Spring street. Preuss & Pironi are agents for Holman's liver pads and Hum phrey's Homoeopathic Specifics. Their prescription department Is under competent bands and Is un surpassed. MISCELLANEOUS. S* |C5 OVAL ,eewl O) m POWDER Absolutely Pure. Made from Grape Cream Tartar. No other preparation makes snob light, flaky bot breads, or luxurious pastry. , Cau be eaten by dtspeptios without fear 1 of the Ills resulting from beavy indi gestible lood. Sold only in cans, by all • Grocers. SutrMost cheay powders contain alum: avoid them, especially when ottered loose or iv bulk. ROYAL RAKING POWDER CO., N. Y. Wm. T. Col. km an A Co., Agents, San Franoiseo.' PHOSPHATE SOAP. HE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. THE BEST soap for toilet use ever man ufaotured. BEST because it contains all the excellencies of the must expensive for eign or American soaps without their de fects. BEST because it combines strength with delicacy in suoh a way that its strong detersive qualities do not injure the skin. BEST because it is the result of years of study and experiment in the soap man ufacturing buiiiness, assisted by modern chemical discoveries. BEST because it contains ingredients benenoial to the skin, whioh unite chemically with the soap in such a manner as to increase its saponace ous qualities. Every chemist familiar with soap manufacture knows that some ingredi ents which are in themselves beneficial to the skin oannot be saponified; some are par tially neutralized, while others injure the of the soap. There are soaps in the market which are to some extent benenoial to the skin, but they are inferior articles for toilet use. PHOS PHATE SOAP is the ONLY article offered to the public which combines all the best elements of toiiut soap with medical in gredients beaehcial tv the skin. lt your wife is iv the habit of using cos metics of any kind, ad vine her to give up the pernicious practice, as the most harm less face powders obstruct the pores of tbe skin and sooner or later injure the com plexion, while PHOSPHATE SOAP re moves all impurities and as-sists nature in developing a natural, healthy and beautiful •kin. It is an old proverb that an ounce of pre ventive is better than a pound of cure. Twenty-live cents invested in a cake of PHOSPHATE SOAP will save hundreds of dollars in doctors* bills, lt acts as a constant disinfectant,' preventing Salt Itheum and other skin diseases. If your wile will persist in the use of cos metics buy her a cake of PHOSPHATE SOAP and tell her to use it every night before retiring. Iv that way muoh of the harm will be avoided, as the skin will thereby be able to retain much of its natural vigor and beauty. No salvo or ointment can heal a wound or sore of any kind. Every educated ohyitieiau will tell you that nature alone can do this. PHOsPHATK SOAP, by its cleansing, soothing and purifying qualities, gives nature a chance to act freely. Ladies who have injured the skin by the constant uso of oosnietics may do muoh to restore their faces to that neauty whioh nature alone can give by constantly using PHOSPHATE SOAP. For all diseases of the skin use PHOS PHATE SOAP. There is nothing like it for removing impurities and Hiving the skin a healthy aud natural vigor. If you wish to make your hands soft buy a cake of PHOSPHATE SOAP, and when that is gone you will buy a dozen and re commend your friends to do the same. Manufactured by the Standard Soap Company, 201 Sacramento Bt.,S. F, X w-Tk-Wl 1 tm*!'m m!s*w •»•«/» - 1,. v*». Chan V,'. ' ii,. I | n .. „,,,, lira.hr. .nd »t»r, tl.. .- -> . . - ,■ I ..Mr'AH HUH of IU ■■!.;.'i.N D.N i.|r .ml M «l,„ ApM.' fc,l«dlm, UtUIM. "F.ni. ilMrl," *M. | j.iii.i|.le Chat. Sh*» SwlgMl,) raw tot full plMh. *JljiJ bl aj."'. '* MHwn, nf AiMnm °r Foatjn ..I, tt. BfcvlMT. S«Sa SUwiriMu-w. lus K.tIMMS. 11l lip W ADVERTISEMENTS. LOS ANGELES kCKING CO., 10 to 310 Hoff Street, '• ii«t Los AngoXom, Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of Hog Products. Sugar Cured Ham, Medium Bacon, Light Kaoon, Extra Light Bacon, Lard ln bulk, barrels, cans, oaddles, etc. i'lckled Tongues, Smoked Tongues, Pickled Feet. ear all goods guaranteed. -s« sxitf M. DODSWORTH, Business Manager. The Spanish Language A ok and olass to be obqabised jbt PROF. CUYAB. Lessons from 3 p. M, to 5 r. H. EVERY SATURDAY. Three dollars ror the term of three months, payable ln advanoo. SHr Those desirous of Joining the olass must subscribe prior to the flrst lesson, which will be given SATURDAY EVE NING, oct. an. say-None will be admitted after that date. OFFICE—In the Signoret Building, Main street, near Arcadia. sSS-lw CIGARS! E\ M. WULFF, (SUCOBSSOR TO HUGO KREMER,) FHornixrroß or lis KEY WEST CIGAR STORE, no. 78} lan franco block, Main Stbebt. NO OHINAMEN EMPLOYED. Mr. WULFF MANUFACTURES" HA VJZNA TOBACCO Into cigars of approved brands. Ho also deals in all linos ol Smokers' Articles. Give him a call. awit.tr THE BEST BUITB MADE TO ORDER IN THE CITY Al L . PFEIFFENBERGER'S, Downey's Marble Front, opposite Cosmo politan Hotel, Mr In atreet. SUITS ot Every 13esteription from $S6 to *«5. I have constantly ou bands large and ■elected stock of tho moat elegant cloths, jf tho latest fashions, and am enabled to furnish the most stylish, suits at the low est prices. A GOOD I-'ir always guaran teed. Blankets and Flannels Sold Cheap. Everybody who wants to bave a coals, rest or pantaloons made to order, will and It to his advantage to call on me, *aStr LOUIS I'PtiIK.VtiNSEHGKU NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAUTH (Successor to Chris. Houne) Proprietor The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOSI BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South or San Franclsoo. Orders for DRAUGHT or EOTTLBJ BbER promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery defies competition In the State. rarft-tf PHILADELPHIA B R E WE R V ! D. MAHLSTEDT, Proprietor. Tbe purest and most delicious LAGEH BKEit inaomactured in Southern Cali fornia. Orders tor Draught or Bottled Beer Oiled ou short notice. ourbeerisnonparf.it.. Joltl J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner of First and Fort streets. ew-Buggles, spring wagous and saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day IS.ffl Two horses aud spring wo«on, a day. 2.50 Hor*o and buggy, per duy 2.00 Hall a day 1.50 earsATISKACTION GUARANTEED. sgttf Wigwam Saloon, opposite the; grange store, Keeps tbe best brands of LIQUORS &. CXGAHS ear-Also I.tinch. WM.RAI'P, ustf Proprietor. Evergreen Laundry. WASHIFQ Called for and delivered to any part of the city, t>r J. J. Phillips, Adams Orders oan bo left at Ibe book store ol Mr. Sara Hellman. Snrlns St. olSn EXAMINATION of TEACHERS. Notice Is hereby Riven that an exami nation ol teachers will be held by tho County Board ol Education tv GOOD TEMPLAR HALL, • Los Angeles city, commencing TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, At« o'clock A. «t.. and continuing three days All applicants for cerliflcatet must be present at tbo oommencemeol of the* examination. Byord.rolth.Board w County Superintendent. Los Angeles, Nov. 22,1880. dAw td BOAJR/ID IN | A PRIVATE FAMILY. aorFlne lolation and elegant surround i lass. Accommodations Arst-cla.«. Ap 1 pUMjt IN Main street, late Btenoh^Coa BUBINKBB CARDS. j JUDSON, QILLETTE A BtßSOft, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AMD OONVEYANOIRO, Booma II and M. McDonald BkMfc, ■bin St., LOB AireßLßfljCM^ PHINCAS BANNINO, FORWARDING AND COMMISStO WTLVfIN UTOJf, Los Angeles ooantr. Oat, Vessels towed, good* lightered, laaabat sold and grain atorod, with ACCUSTOMED PatOitPTßßm ooTtf E. MARTIN AGO.. WHOLESALE Liquor I>ea>lera ; 84 MA.IIV BIX.. BASER BLOOK, LOB ANOBLsaB aw We hava received a raw packages at choice old MUSCATEL ANOBLIOA Of MTI ABB post wink or un. Both aro or native make aad risk la flavor and quality. Xhoy an sasol.lly suited for family use. Otvs as a calL mhttf B. MARTIN A CO. H. NCWMARK * CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer ln Wool, Grain, Hides. 11, IS <fc IS LOS ANUELES V. Jettf 0. E. BROWN. W. B. MORFOBJk MORFORD eft BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, YlaTß> YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR SALE. ALSO, Commission Merchants. Dealers In Wool, Grain and LlveStooe. Corner Spring and Temple Streets, aufrsm Los Angeles, Cat. CORRUGATED IRON. For roofiing and siding of stores aad other buildings where a minimum assoaat ol wood is desirable TO PREVENT LOSS IT FIRE. IRON ROOF BTJILDING6 AND FRAMES Designed, manafaetared and erisssa ta aay part of the United States. Send for Circular and Prloa Llsrf WM. B. SCAIFK A CO., Offloe, Mo. 119 First Arenas, PITTSBURG, PA. VULCANIZED RUBBER. NEW YORK Rubber and Packing Co. The eldest and largest manufacturers hi America of Vulcanized Rubber Fstbriaga, ADAPTED TO MECHANICAL PURPOOES- Invite the attention of all who are Inter ested in the sale or nse of suoh articles te the high standard qnallty and low prices ef their various manufactures, comprising Machine Belting, Steam Packing, Leading Hose. Suction Hose, Car Springs, Wagon Springs, Billiard Cushions, Grain Drill Tubes, etc. "TMST»» HOIB, Made expressly for the nse of Steam Fire Engines, and will stand a pressor, of ett pounds per square inch. Ofseers ot Fere Departments requiring new hose will tad this muoh superior in strength snd qnallty to any other. Solid Emery Vulcanite Wheels, A composition of Rubber and Emery, mak ing a very hard and uniform substance of the nature of stone throughout. These wheels for grinding and polishing aietsls, gumming saws, etc., are tne most eooaoav» teal and effective tools that can be used. 36 aad 38 Park Raw. Dew Tee*. JOHN H. OHZBTXB, Trssssuer. Price lists and farther Inforsaaaea say be obtained by mail or otherwise, oa SSSJeV aatkm. Money to Lo*n Apply to P. O. Boa St.