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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
Ihe Herald Steam Printing
House maaes a specialty of Legal
Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etci
printed at low rates.
To the Farmers of Los Angeles
i County;
I am prepared to furnish cash ad
vances on grain stored at my bouse
at tbe rate of 7* per oeut. per an
num for any and all amounts of
$1000 or more. E. Nat/d.
lmJe-11.
The Central Pharmacy is tbe
only drug store connected witb tbe
telephone system. Families and
{ibysleian* wisbiogauy thing In our
In* can order through telephone,
and will be immediately attended
to.
Physicians prescriptions mid
family recipes a specialty with
Heinzeman & Ellis,
" Eastern oysters every style;
bot aod cold lunches aud all tbe
delicacies of tbe season served ot
th* shortest notice at Congress
Hell, corner of Main and Bequena
streets. Ice oold Boca beer, tbe best
on the Coast, always on hand, as
wall as a full supply of tbe best
brands of liquors, wines uud ci
gars. Entrance to ladies' rooms on
Requeue street. Open day and
Bight.
Mr. F. Adam, tbe pioneer tailor
of Los Angeles, No. 18 Spring
atreet, informs bis patrons and the
public generally that be bas jusl
teoeived a large assortmeut of tbe
latest styles of spring and summer
goods, wbloh for elegance aud va
riety of pattern oannot be sur
passed. A cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to all to call aud examine
his stock. m2-lm
F. Llndqulst, merchant tailor,
No. 10 Spring street, is himself a
practical outter; and, having bad
ample experience in San Franolsoo
and Los Angeles, knows bow to
meat tbe requirements of bis cus
tomers. He keeps a fall supply of
ths best cloths constantly on baud
aud makes them up "upon honor."
-a —
Clothe* oleaoed or dyed, tben
mended and pressed and warranted
to look like new, at No. 8 Aliso
street.
A number of desirable rooms to
let at No. 7 Third street. The loca
tion Is accessible and desirable
rom every standpoint. The neigh
borhood Is good and the bouse Is
barely Aye minutes' walk from tbe
Court House.
The oolorlet does dyeing and
.enuring at No. 8 Aliso street.
To Whom it May Concern.
Please take notloe: Any person
Mvlng pledges or collaterals at the
Star Loan and Broker Offloe, No. 4
Commercial street, will please re
eVsem the same or pay accrued ln
. tarest thereon within thirty day*
I from thla date or tbey will be sold.
P. B.—Money loaned on all kind
er personal property. mr3otf
Hughes's Russian Bathe. Lo
gated No. IS Main street, opposite
tbe Pioo House. Gentlemen and
ladles attended to by persons of
their own sex.
Patent mediolues at New York
prices at Helnzemsn A Ellis's,
Baa tbe Oonoolodor in bis won
derful transmutation of colors at
the dyeing and scouring establish
ment, No. 8 Aliso street.
I Preuss dc Plrooi, pharmacists,
' have tbe facilities for uigbt orders,
as their drug store Is tbe only one
connected with the telephone sys
tem.
Pleasant rooms with board, 206
* Spring etreet. apl6:lm
Largsst assortment of trusses in
Southern California at Heloaeman
« Ellis's.
Bay your drugs and medloines at
Heinseman ft El lie's.
Champion Corral.
Hiring purohased tb* above wall'
known (tablet, oa tbe
Oeraer ef Allto aad Aluudi Btreeta,
Mr Meade and the publio are notified
tbat I ant piepared to board horaes,
melea and other antmala by the day,
weak or month oa the moat reasonable
tanns.
aaraADDLX HORSES and BUGGIBB
for blre. Mr old frleuda and oustomera
ara requested to give me a oall.
Jett-lm JOaVW SUHNEIDKB.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
THE ANNUAL, MEETING OF THB
stoskbolders or the Main street and Ag
ricultural Park UaJ'road will be held at
No. 8 commercial atreet on tne first
Monday of July next, at 4 o'olook P. at,
Jar tbe election or a B,«rJ ot Uheutoit
and the transaetlon oi inch otber ousi
- ness as may be brought before 1 hem.
JOHN o. wa* KLEH, Seo'y.
v las Angelea, Cal., June lOtb, 1881. Ju-id
ICE!
Pure Mountain Ice!
My agents, during mr abaenee, having
threatened to turn my ouatomere over
to the horn Angeles loe Company, 1
hereby natliy my onstomere that it shall
not be don*.
I have plenty of loe on hand and to
arrive, aad 1 DO NOT PHOPosH; To Bit
SOLE) OUT.
I will be on the around personally on
or before the Both.
Jststf ■ J. F. SWEENEY.
Un
OFFICII OF THB HOOTHKRN PA.-)
' OUTIO RAILROAD COMFABT, I
San Franolsoo, Jno* Mtb.lSil.)
Th* Annual Meeting of th* Siockhoiu
aof tb* above-named Company, tor
•lwtlon *f Hni D rectors for th* an
il JM* aad for tk* teansMtion ot
lata other bualnees a* aay be bronchi
safe** Ih* ae**U*g, will a« kalaf at th*
c^JshgieaUi^
§0$ frtigitfj* %mIL
SUNDAY JULY 10. 1881.
Herald Steam Printing House.
lhe Herald Htnam Printing Hons* is
cot surpassed by any Job Printing offloe
>v the Paoifio Coast, outaide of San Fran*
isoo, ln tacilltlea for doing Job work,
ow prices, good work and expedition
• ay he relied upon at thla offlee.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division oi Telegrams and Reports for
ths benefit oi Commerce and Agriculture
iteport of observations taken at Los An
roles, cal., July 9,1881.
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Maximum Thermometer, 88 0
aflnlmnm 680
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CHURCH CHIMES.
Cathedral or st. vibiara. — Main
street, below First. Kev.Hugb McNamee,
Rector. First mass at IA. St.; second
mass at 8 ; bleb mass at 10— Sunday
school In English and Spanish at 3.00
p. at.; vespers at Ip. at.
church or Ova Ladt or A-eata
Opposite the Plas first matt with s*r
mou ln English at7a.it ; last masaat
6A. at Catechism for th* English at
18:90 a M.; Cat ech ism for the Spanish at
r. tc. vespers at 8 p. at.
ST. ATBAMAHIUS PBOTBSTtBT EPISCO
PAL Chukch.—Corner ol Ttmple and
New Hisn streets, hey. * lias Hlrrtaali,
setter Sunday services—The Litany at
lo: C: morulue. prayera wiih sermon at
11; aunday Sohool at 18118; evening ser
vice ai7:.o.
FORT ST. M. E. CHURCH. — Rev. E. S.
Chase, Pastor. Rssideno* 188 Fort street
—Sebba b service: Preaching 11 A. tf„
and 7p. H. sabbath School 18:80 pu.
Weekly prayei meeting Thursday even
ing at 7; Class meeting sabbaih morning
and evening, Wednesday evening.
PRBtBTTCRIAIf CHURCH. —Rev. J. W-
Ellis, pastor-Services at the Brisk
Üburcb on Fort street, between Third
and Founh streets, at 11 A. a. Sabbaih
sohool at S:Bu a. St., Chinese School 0:80
p. it. raster's residence, 96 Raker Block.
Tbinity M. B. CHURCH Sooth.—Spring
■treel, between First and Seoond. Rev.
Thomas R. Curtis, Pastor ln charge.
Preaching every Sabbaih at 11 a. m.
and 7 P. it. Sunday School 0:80 a.m.
Prayer meeting 7:t5, every Thursday
evening.
First Baptist Choboh.—Good Tem
plar's Hal!, Main alree , near First
National Bank. Hey. Jay W. Osboru
anting Pa-tor. Morning services at 11
u'ol'.oa; dunday School directly after
morning servloe; evening servioes at 7:80
o'olook. Prayer meetings Thursday
evenings al 7:30 o'clook.
CHURCH os- CHRIST.—Meets at Ution
Halt every Lord's uay at 11 A. H. Sun
daySohool at 10 a. M.
KVAHOkLIOAL LUTHERAN CHURCH—
Bey, A. Ueyer, faster— services In Union
Bail every Sunday at 10:80 a. M. and 7:30
p. m. Suudav school at v:9O a. h.
CojtOßßOatiohai. CHWeCa—New High
street, a.i vices every Sunday at, 11 A. H
und 7:80 P. a. Prayer service oo Thurs
day eveulnga. luv. C. J. Hutobings,
pastor, suuday school at 12H P. K.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Ao adjourned meeting of Coun
cil will ba beld to-morrow—Mon
day— evening.
Tbe attention of psraona requir
ing carting or hauling of any kind
Is directed to Ibe advertisement of
T. Lyons In our New To-Day.
Mrs. Dr. Wells will lecture at
tbe Congregational Cburob, New
High street, this evening on Cblli
aud Peru.
Prof. E. T. Cox, formerly State
Geologist of Indiana, and now a
resident of Oakland, California, is
registered at tbe Cosmopolitan.
Rev. J. W. Wells, Pastor of tbe
Presbyterian congregation, wbo
got borne from tbe East yesterday,
will occupy tbe pulpit in his oburcb
to-day.
Tbe adjourned meeting of tbe
City Board or Education, wbicb
was to bave been beld last evsning,
bas beeu postponed until Monday
eveoing.
M. T. Lee, E;q., bas beeu ap
pointed United States Commis
sioner, vlos Col. B. C. Whiting, ds
ceased. Mr. Lee's appointment
will give universal satisfaction.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Kimball
left for Ban Franolsoo overland last
nigbt. We wisb tbe fair young
bride much happiness in tbe new
borne to whiob »be bas bsen trans
planted.
By announcement elsewhere it
Will be seen tbat tbe Farmers and
Merchant's Bank bas declared a
dividend of 16 per cent per annum,
payable on and after Monday, tba
lltu Instant.
Col. W. H. Kidd, will start to
day overland for New York, where
he will be Joined by bis wife. Tbey
will sill theuce for Europe on the
steamer Syther on the 3d of Au
gust.
Rev. Isaac M. Kalloeh, who bss
been on a visit to tbe East, return
ad to this coast tbe otber day, via
the Southern Paolflc Railway. Tbe
Intense heat of mid summer has
reduced bim somewhat physically
aud bs is now recuperating at tbe
Sierra Madre Villa.
Mr. Edward H. O'Melveny, the
scene ol whose labors for about a
year past bas been at Benson, Art
sons, is in Los Angeles, on a sbort
paseo of pleasure and reoreation.
He has oertalnly earued tbe vaca
tion by arduous and unremitting
labors in the "sun-kissed" land.
He will be with ua a oouple of
weeks.
Tbe express train from the Eart
via tbe Southern route, due at 4:60
I*. M , did not reach Los Angeles
uutll between 12 and 1 o'clook
iaat nigbt. Tbe detention was
caused by two wasbouts In Arl
sona, one east and the otber west
of Tucson. The San Fraoolaco ex
press did not get off until after tbe
arrival of tbe Eastern train.
A farmer who llvrs in tbo north*
eastern part of the county asms
into town yt-Hteriiay to present a
petition to the 80-trd of Equalisa
tion asking a reduction of tbe as
sessment on bis farm. Tbe farm,
with improvements, Is sssessed at
$1,800, ssliiog prlces7,ooo. The re
duction aeked amounts to 98. The
dlstanos traveled to secure this Im
mense amount is 86 miles—l 7)
coming and tb* same distance ra
ta ruing—aud Involved tbo lees of a
d V 10 u> " 0D " end hla team, for
In oonstquence of tb* d*»th of
tb* ion of E. F. Spenoe, Pre*td*nt,
th* Council transacted no business
kt tbeir meeting last evening, but
adjourned until 8:30 p. m. on Mon
day, July lltb. Tb* member* of
tb* Council are requested to attend
lbe funeral to-day at 4:80 P. if.,
from tb* residence of the family on
Olive atreet.
On Wednesday evening laat tbs
fallowing ofßoers of Log Angele*
Lodge No. 65, A. O. U. W., were
Installed by Deputy Dlstrlet M.
VV., I. W. Dunsmoor: M. W., 8.
Stoll; F., P. W. Dooner; O, Al.
Cobler; Rer-ordar, R. A. Ling; Fi
nancier, T. J. Waldon; Re
ceiver, Jobn MoOrae; Q„ L. W.
French; I. W., R. Callahan; O.W„
L H. Cyreneus; Medical Exam
iner, W. VV. Ross; Trustee, James
Ousner.
By notice, elsewhere in tbis
morning's Herald, it wll' be seen
that Messrs. Jobn W. and Jotham
Bixby have entered iuto a general
partnership, with Mr. Isalas W.
Hellman a* speolal partner, for
raising and trading in cattle,
sheep, horses and otber stock, dai
rying, wool raising, ets. Tbe bus
iness will be conducted on tbe Ala
mi tos Ranoho, whiob was reoently
purchased by the above named
gentlemen, from tbe executor of
th* estate of the late Michael
Reeee. It le their purpese to not
only prosenute tbe business thor
oughly In every detail, but to
make Los Alamitos tbe model
stock farm of the Paclflo Coast.
The Rev. Mr. Ellis was tbe re
cipient of a most delightful wel
come borne last evening, tendered
by bis mauy frleuda in this city.
Tbe reception was iv tbe nature of
a surprise; tbe surprise to the re
cipient being complete. Having
Just returned from a visit of seven
weeks at tbe East, be was seated
-In his ooay parlors in Baker Block,
relating to bis family pleasant in
cidents of bis journey, when tbe
door* were thrown open aud be be
held before him the corridors
crowded witb those wbo bad come
to bid bim welcome home. As
Mr. Ellis approached tbe door to
greet hie visitors, Waogeman's
Band began to play ''Home
Again." For a time face, hand
and tongue vied witb each other to
give expression to tbs feelings of
tbe heart and chow tbe pleasure
his presence gave. The reception
lasted from 8 till 10 o'clock, aud
was highly enjoyable and enjoyed
throughout. Wangemaa'a band
furnlsbsd music at intervals and
refreshments were served ad libi
tum. Tbe floral offerings were
very beautiful, tbe most grace'ul
aud exquisite being a large horse
shoe of roses.
Death of Porter Spence.
About 2 o'olook yesterday morn
ing Mr. E. F. Spence received a
telegram from Mr. Leslie Gillette
Informing bim that his son, Porter
Spence, was very sick at a ranch
house twenty miles from Yuma.
Every preparation was made for
Mrs. Spenoe to start on tbe morn
ing train for Arizona to give her
sou ber personal care; but, at 7
o'clook, a sesourt dispatch arrived
briDglog tbe sad intelligence of bis
death. From telegrams received
ln tbis oity yesterday we bave been
enabled to gather the following
pattioutara.
The deoeased left tbis city about
tsu days ago to Join tbe engineer
ing party of Col. Chalmers Soott,
now engaged ln surveying a branch
of tbe Southern Paoiflo Railroad
from Yuma to Fort Isabel, uu the
Quit ol California. While engaged
In tbs Held, a oouple of days ago,
Mr. Spenoe (Poitie as he was
known to hla friends) was seized
witb a violent attack of gastritis,
resulting, It Is supposed from drink
log 100 much water, while lv a
beated state. Hla attack was so
ssvere tbat it waa found necessary
to remove him to Yuma for medi
cal treatment. While he was be
ing taken thither, in charge of
Messrs. Cave Couta and Leslie Gil
lette, he grew muoh worse and tbey
were compelled to stop at a ranob
house, Mr. Gillette riding on to
Yums, twenty miles distant, to
prooure a physician. Shortly after
stopping at the house, Mr. Upenoe
was given some milk, which so ag
gravated tbe disease that, In a few
minutes alter drinking It, be died.
Tbe deceased was a most exem
plary young man—as son, brother,
friend—and bad faithfully dis
charged all the duties tbat devolved
upon bim. He graduated at tbe
Frambes Academy with high hon
ors two years ago; and, since tbeu,
'bas filled positions of trust and re
epontlbllity lv two of tbe most
prominent business bouses of tbis
city, In both of which he gave en
tire satisfaction. His early demise
will be a sad blow to all wbo knew
bim, especially to bis near rela
tives, to whom we tender our most
respectful coudoleuoe lo tbeir af
fliction.
Tbe remains arrived from Ari
zona last nlgUt aud will be buried
from the laraily resldeuce ou Olive
street, at 4:30 o'olook this evening.
COURT REPORTS.
Superior Conrt SEPCLVBDA, J
SATURDAY, July 9.
Whit* va Thomas—Proceedings
stayed uui.ll motion to set aside
judgment is beard and determined.
HOWARD, J.
SET FOR MONDAY.
Guardianship of VV. H. Hasten
etal.
Estate of Arguello.
Estate of Mlohenor.
Estate of A. VV. WJillams.
Estate of Augustine Olvera.
Irishmen are more numerous
among tbe aotors of America than
their asaumed stsge namea Indi
cate. Oeorge Clark's real name Is
O'Nell, Frank Mayo's Is Magulre,
John Thompson's Is McGlory,
Henry J.j Montague's was Mann,
Dan Bryant's was O'Brien, Edward
Leon's is Glsssery, Horaoe Vin
ton's Is Farcy, Wo. J. Florence's
Is Oonlin, Barney Williams's was
Flaherty, Frank Little's Is Kerrl
«aa, Tony Hart's is Cannon, Jobn
I. loco's Is Maloahy, James P«
ters's Is Fleming. John H. Daly's
Is McCarthy, Ernest Linden's Is
Hannlgau, aad John T. Bay mend's
was O'Brien Until be lately had It
County Elections.
A tn nber of th* bar of Loa An
galea lately wrote to Attorney-
Goner, I Hart to aaoertaln hla opin
ion as 'n whether or no we should
have a -ounty election ln Lo* An
galea this ysar. Below we append
th* answer of tb* law offloer of tbe
eommonwaalth, which, It will be
perceived, Is In favor of such elec
tion:
Office of the attorney- "1
General or the State or
Califokhia,
Sacramento, July 7,1881. J
Dear Sir: In answer to your
letter of tbe 6th Instant, I beg
leave to say tbat I have given It as
my opinion that tbe attempt by
the Legislature to repeal tbe law
providing for an election of oounty
offloere tbis year was an Indirect
extension of the terms of *ueb
county officers as were elected lo
1878 for a term of two years, and
tbat eueh extension, whether ac
complished by dirsot provisions or
indirectly as .he result of legisla
tion designed for that purpose, la In
conflict with section 9 of article
XC. of tbs Constitution. It results
thai, in my oploloo, tbere must be
an election beld for tbe election uf
oounty officers throughout ths
State this year.
Very truly yours,
A. L. Hart,
Attorney-General.
The Truth Slowly Developing.
Washington, July 7th.—a very
interesting experiment was mide
this morning by the officials in
charge of tbe oass against Qulteau,
tbs result of wbiob gives lbe
greatest possible eDCouragwment to
lbs doctors, aod explains, In a
measure, tbe favorable symptoms
of the President lv the fact of moie
force being predicated dpon tbe part
of tbe surgeons lv obarge. Fur In
stance, tbe size of tbe wound wasso
large ln tbe first plaoe as to admit
a linger. It followed, almost as a
matter of course, tbat a large ball,
entering wbere it did and piercing
to tbe extent tbat tbs ball natural
ly would at suoh a short range, a
fatal result must follow; but-
THB EXPERIMENT THIS MOKNINO
Has thrown new light upon tbe
subject. Evidently Guiteau had
never bandied firearms and knew
nothing about pistols. Tbs pistol
used by bim was purobased at a
little sporting bazar kept by
O'Mera, right opposite tbe Treas
ury Department. It Is ons of tbe
cheapest pistols made, selling for
$7. Bo obeap is this pistol tbat at
a distance of twelve or flftssn feet
tbs best sbot
OOULD HARDLY HIT A DOOR
WITH IT,
Unless by accident. The assassin
waa not over sis feet from the
President when be fired. The first
sbot did not touch bim, and when
tbs cost of tbe President waa re
moved tbe ball was found In tbe
sleeve of bis ooat. This remarka
ble fact, hardly noticed at tbe
time, was the bssis of Investiga
tion this morning. It was argued
tbat. if tbis ball, fired at a
distance of six feel, did not have
force enough to pass tb rough tbe
double fold of the sleeve, perhaps
tbe President's wound was not as
serious as had st first been sup
posed. Other cartridges of tbis
pistol bave slnoe beeu examined
and similar cartridges It is found
tbat ulthough the ball is large
there Is
THE SMALLEST POSSIBLE QUANTI
TY OF POWDEB
In tbe cartridges. The cartridge
Itself is very formidable looking;
but, ia fact, the supply of powder
is found to be utterly inadequate to
force the ball through any great
substance. This ball fired against
a board at a distance of a rod fell
back, merely making a slight dent,
It le now thought not Impossible
that the ball, after passing through
the tight-fitting ooat and under
sloth lug of the President,
SPENT ITS FORGE
In some of tbe layers of tbe mus
cles. Tbe weight of evldenoe all
tends tbat way now. Of oourse tbe
surgeons will not take any obanoes
Investigating for tbe ball so long as
tbe President's symptoms continue
favorable. Ths fact, however, of
bis being so well and continuing to
Improve so steadily, argues tbat
tbe ball could not have forced
through to any vital part. This
discovery bas bad the effect of al
laying the doubts aud fearsof tbote
wbo bave looked upon ths darkest
side of tbe case from the first.
Ho-Lie-Ness.
In tbe Banner of Holintts, pub
lished at Bloomlngtoo, 111., we find
tbe following twooommuDleatlona:
Tbe Holiness tent meeting at
Anaheim, Cel., closed on Sunday,
June sth. We had a full salvation
meeting. I would sum up tbs
present results after this manner:
Backsliders reclaimed; a goodly '
number of penitents regenerated,
mostly Spanish; several sou I sea no
tified wholly; tbe saints of Uod
quickened; tbs psopls at large
beard tbe plain, unvarulebed gos
pel plan of entire deliverance from
tbe power and being of am. Bros.
Frank and Henry Aelic'raf^t,Butler,
Allen (of Oregon), Melton, Diaa
(Spanish), and myself, were tbe
ministers. Tbere were good help
ers, both sisters and brstbren.
Glory to God. Tours, saved,
B A. Washburn.
Westminster, Cel., Juue 7.
We olosed, on last evening, tbo
meeting at this plaoe tbat began
May 87tb. From 18 to 26 profes
sions. Tbis meeting bas bseu a
grand victory. We found one wo
man ami her two little daughters
all that professed holiness lv Ana
heim. Even the best ol tbe popu
lation — Catbolloe, Episcopalians
and a few Presbyterians—not one
of all found to bave salvation..
Most of tbe rest were Germau In
fidels, who ars wine makers and
oonsumera. But God worked
mightily on all classes. About fif
teen Catholics professed to get
■aved. Hallelujah.
F. H. A SHOE AFT.
Anaheim, Cal.
Thle Aeharaft may have hoi I noes
and salvation In abundant)*, but he
doesn't appear to have muoh good
aeon or any great regard for tb*
truth. There ara numerous pro
fessing Christians In Anaheim
good and alaoere men and women
of too mash lnt*ll!g*no* to go and
listen to the drivel of suoh preach
ers aa Asberaft. Thee* people did
net *B*onrag* th* •*lf-«tjr!*d even*
»y «BitS8>SB«Bl«BB«« asaßrtwiAT BBSaßaßatltasS,saßl.
and therefor* the malignant fellow
seeks to convey the Impression
tbat only three persons oould be
found here who had what be calls
"salvation." And yet there are in
Anaheim three ohurohes—Eplsco
psl, Presbyterian and Catbolle—the
first-named bslng tbs finest cbureb
building In th* Stata, outside of
tb* large eitlea. Let not Obrlstisn
psopls bs deterred from oomiog
here for fear of not finding co
worker*. Tbere are many such;
bot, thank the Lord, tbey bave
nothing In oommou with the Itin
erant tent preaobers with whiob
thla plaoe has recently been Inflict
ed.—G7ase(f«.
At tbe recent peace palaver at
Elmiua between Sir Samuel
Rows and Prinos Bueki, step
father of the King of Asbantees,
the neighboring kings and oblsfe,
with their followers, were alen
present. Eaob king bed an enor
mous umbrella of bright color*
beld over him, while be blmeelt
was covered witb golden orna
ments, Prince Buskl having; tbe
most. His arms were bo weighted
with tbe golden bracelets tbat tbey
were supported by a man on eaob
side.
DIED.
FUNERAL NOTICES, ORE DOLLAR
SPENOE-Neu Yuma, A. T„ July Bth,
Porter t-peuee, tun of E. F. Spenoe,
aged 18 lean.
Funeral from the residence of tbe
pannte, Olive atreet, to-day, Sax
day, July 10 th, at 4:80 r. v. Friendt
are Invited to attend without further
notice.
Enterprising Druggists.
Messrs Heinzeman <fc EiUs, the
live druggists of the town, are al
ways up to tbe times and ready to
meet the demands ot tbeir many
customers. Tbey have just re
ceived a supply of that wonderful
remedy tbat is astonishing . tbe
world by Its marvelous oures, Dr.
Kino's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs, Colds, Astbms,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Pbthlsio,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Tickling
In .the Throat, Lobs of Voice
Hoarseness or any afivotion of the
Throat aod Lungs. Tbis remedy
positively cures, as thousands oau
testify. If you do not believe It,
call at Heinzeman & Ellis's drug
store and get a trial bottle free of
oost or a regular size bottle for one
dollar. As you value your life,
give it a trial and be oonvluoed, as
tbousands bave been.
Buoklen's Arnloa Salve.
The Best Halve in the world for
outs, bruises, sorss, uloers, Ball
rbeum, fever sores, tetter, obspped
bands, obllblains, corns, and all
binds of Bkln eruptions. This
salve Is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction in every case or money
refunded. Prioe 26 cents per box.
For sale by Heluzemau A Ellis,
wholesale agents, Los Angeles.
Pure drugs, perfumeries, patent
medicines, bntb foreign and do
mestic, all the latest novelties, and
prescriptions carefully compounded
both dsy and night, at Preuss ft
Pironi's.
The beat feeding bottle in the
world for sale by Heinzeman tk
Ells.
Five hundred dollars worth of
second-hand clothing wanted at
No. 8 Aliso street.
Extracted from natural flowers Is
Bouquet de Loe Angeles. Preuss &
Piroul, proprietors.
Second-baud clothing bought and
sold at No. 8 Aliso street.
NKW AD V KKTIH KMEK Ttt.
THE HERALD
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 Sar
Francisco finish and style.
GOLDEN RULE
Underwear and Shirt
FACTORY,
HL. Dato eSc 00.,
LOB AHBELEB 8T„ User Oommaroltl,
Los A nobles, Cal.
Always on band aod made to order on
abort notice, at lowest oash prists.
LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S
ON DIB WEAR,
LADIES' WRAPPERS and DUSTERS,
GENTS' OVEnVHIRTB of A.VERY
DESCRIPTION. Jll-lm
HAIR QOODS.
MRS. K. SMITH, having- been with
Mr. and Mra. O. A. Wlillanaa, will con
tinue bualneaa at their old place Mra
ttmlih la prepared to do all klndaof balr
work In the beat and latest aiyiea. Re
member the plaoe, NO. *■ ePaiNO BT.
mM-tf
■ ihe. xfcuifjFY,
Proprietor of the Kegel House,
SANTA MONICA,
Basra to Inform the public that he apraada
a PXNB LTJatOH aad keen* JBXOKL
UM UQOOB*. BealMatveaariNK
MJUtL The pcieUo arc ceadiailr
aiaailcegtT*law i|iall. > j*M
j ; ilv.'-i. 'oJeitiX: ifei
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FIHMTPBIZK (Silver Mod -1
awarded at Horticultural Fair, 1880
r»r exhibit of Pure Drug!, Ohemloala,
Perfumery, eto., eto.
THEODORE WOLLWEBER,
DRUGGIST,
Apothecaries' Hall,
59 2ULJ±.T2<T ST.,
LOS ANGELES. CAL,,
Respectfully Invite* the attention of
atrangers visiting lb* oity to hla oom.
modloue aod well appointed
Pharmacy, where ihey
—will and—
DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Of the very beat quality, as well aa expe
rienced hands to compound and dls
penae them. Also, a large
and varied stock of
TOILET ARTICLES,
PATENT MEDICINES AND
SUNDRIES,
For domestic use, such as tbey are ao
eustomed to find m their oan
Family Drug store.
AWPPHYSICIANS are requested to ex
amine my stock. IyB-lm
Southern California
Packing Company
OF LOS ANGELES,
Preservers of Fruits, Vegetables, Meats,
Honey, and Manuraol n ■ of Jams,
Jellies, Marmalad. tf W. oklet,
Vinegar and S. uee v
.Incorporated April t, 1881.
CAPITAL t1T00K...... „..86U,000
A. H. JUDSOV President. •
W. U. WORKVt Arv,....vioe-Pie«ldent.
J. M. F.LLIi <TT Mecrtlary.
J. E. HoLLE N BECK ...Treasurer.
DIRECTORS:
W.H.Perry, W. T. Klttrldge,
W. H. Workman, J. M. Elliott,
A, H. Judson.
Offloe and Faotoryi
MACY AND ALISO STREETS,
EAST BIDE OF RIVER.
Thla company li now ready.to oontraot
for fruits and vegetables for the preaent
season
The CANNING DEPARTMENT Is un
der tbe superintendence or MB. J. J.
GKOOM, formerly connected with and
Suprrlntendentof the uolden Gate and
sau Jeae racking Companies, aud more
reeeutly superintendent of the Santa
Barbara Oannerv.
Tbe ALUEN PROCESS will be started
under the supervision of E. OINOO
OH iO, for ten yeara Superintendent of
the Aiden Factory at Jackson. Oal.JeBBtf
THE GREAT REFEREHCE BOOK
OF THE CENTURY.
Biographical Annals of tbe Civil Govern,
•usnt ol the United States, During the
First Century of Its existence.
not otitnu, aim omoun so trams
My Chas. Lanman,
Author of the "Dictionary of Congress,"
••Private life of Daniel Webster," "Bed
Book cf Michigan."
Thla valuable work, the only one of Its mag
extant, contains aoont seven thousand bio
- graphical sketches, and eight thousand ad
ditional names oi persons wbo have been
connected witb tbe Government slnoe the
atoning of the Declaration of Independence,
making bt all. about BtwaatJ thousand van
ionsx aavaanoas In the volume. It em
braces ln lv scope the Delegates, Represent
atives, aud Senators wbo have served ln the
Continental and Federal Congresses, tbe Fed
eral and State Judiciary, Ministers to and
from Foreign Countries, Executive Officers in
all the Departaaents of the Nation, aa well aa
all the Qevernors of the btatea and Territo
ries, together with a very large amount of
tabular Information, gathered front official
sources, calculated to illustrate the growth
and present oonditiou of the Government of
the united States. For greater converts nee
or referenoe. the Book la arranged in two
parte; the first oontainlna the
BIOGRAPHICAL ANNALS,
and some idea of the value and extent of th
Tabular Information whiob forms the Slid-
OND PART, may be gathered from the anb
olned
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Delegates to tba Colonial Congresi.
The Declaration of Indepenlenoe.
Signers oi the Declaration.
Delegates to tho Continental Congress.
Sessions ot the Continental Congress,
Presidents of the Continental Congress.
Articles of Confederation.
The Constitution of the United States.
Sessions of the Federal Congresß.
Speakers of the Bouse of hepresontatirea
presidents of the Heaate.
Secretaries of the Sonata.
Clerks ot the House of representatives.
Chaplains to Congress.
Successive Administrations.
Executive Offloersot the Civil Memos,
Presidential Electors.
Electoral and Popular Votea for President
Political Parties.
The Justices of the Supreme Oourt.
Clerks of the Supreme Court.
Marshals of the Supreme Court,
Justices of the Circuit Dtatrlct ana Tar
ritortal Courts.
Tbe Oourt ot Claims.
Organisation nf tbe Bxaoutlv* Depart
ments.
Settlement ut titatea and T irrltortea.
Counties and Towna of the Unltod HUtes.
Area of tho Uuited states.
Origin of the names of Mtatea and TSrrlto.
rats.
Length and Cost or American Ware.
Quiet Commandant of the Army,
Progress ot Population In the United
Battae-
Deoattr of ropoiauon.
Populatton and Batio of Bapreaentatlos.
Pay Table of Civil Offloara.
fiSl|-"*'rT Qovemment Publications,
The Hewspaper rress.
BducaUon ln the United States,
Colonial Governors of America.
The State and Territorial Ooveraoia.
The seat of the General Oovornment,
glgbt of Suffrage tn the United states.
QueJuVoatloßS of Elective Ofholala.
Diplomatic Agents of tbe United Bra toe.
Diplomatic Agents from Foreign Countries.
International Arbitrations and Oommli
sloes.
Treaties and Oonventloua.
Foreign Government Representatives ta
tbe Onlted States.
Officials of tba Centennial lixtilhltlon.
Additional Facta to Date of Publication.
Index by States of Federal Oongreas.
Oenarallndex. "
Besides Ita own value aa a work of'refer,
anos, tho Book forms a worthy adjunot I
avery published history of tbe United Htatea.
and will be aa lndtapanalhla acquisition i
avery Publio and Private Library. In form it
a royal octavo of about 7ou pages, well print,
on good paper, and la sold In
Morocco cloth blading, plain edges, for..ft 08
Salt Morocco or Calf marbled edges .... 8 i
Foil Morocco or calf marbled or (1it..10 n
To be had ttom Agauta and Bo okasilei
everywhere, or by mall or ex ureas prep.li
from JAMks anolim, Pubiiah r.
nola-tf 1421 F S rear, Washlugton,D. C
Mules for Sale.
ONE PAIR Or YOUNG, WELL-BR
KEN MUCKS, with tuaranUe. Enaol
ol ABBOf KINNEY, Baa Gabriel. JsV-l
NEW TO DAY. .-^H
L. LIC HTENBERGEB, 1
manufacturer and importer of M
FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES, 1
From tba celebrated Columbus Buggy Co. and from the I lading SMtM >' fM
rlesln New Haven and New York, oomprlslng ExteoelOß Toe oe#- i ft
rlsges, Top aod Open Surrles, Brewster side-bar, combinative). Urn/it) a
and end springs, Piano, Whlteobapel aod Coal Box, Top aud OSes Bat* "«
glee; also, Four-Bow and Canopy Top Pbsgtons; also, Platform, mh , M
aod Eod Bprlog Business and Pleasure Wagons, all of tbe JB
L-atest Styles and Finish. Jl
mWI buy and sell NOTHING BUT GOOD WORK, and defy cem- 1
petition In prices for tbe same quality and workmanship. 3a
|sw"Every- Vehicle Fully Guaranteed. jffwwtp -i M
FOURTH OF JULY]
B^alL.
-~V "-SB
sßsbwKl ~.^H
'■' w5
Having purchased the entire stock of an Esjtm Sedate
Manufacturer, consisting of 5000 dozen of While ajMsff "$m
Fancy Colored Shirts and 2000 dozen Linen CoUmaott
Cuffs, I would simply say to those who have not yet koe> f§
ored me with a visit that lamin a position to offer them f§
some splendid bargains, and advise them to call at OBH m
and secure a choice selection from this magnificent Stock. J|
I am now opening 37 cases White and Fancy Polsied
Shirts, all new, desirable goods, which I offer below msafc -J
ufacturer's cost. ; M
WHITE SHIRTS, jl
#1, #1-85. $1.50, #1.7x5 and #8 eacilu ' 1
COLORED SHIRTS, 1
•1, tBI.fSO, Stt and *».»£», eaoh inolssdaJßg? tW« 'jS
CoUarsi also, separate cuffs with the finer grades. USMBS |
Collar*, sflisSO adoisn; Liven CucTa,S)S a Hirrris. ffl
•STAIy Specialty Shirts) Blade to Ordesf.taK
■■ ■ V 9
XX. SIJESOBIjp 1
Importer of Cants' Furnishing* Goods, Tnsniifairtwsj^;
of the Celebrated A roads Shirt, %J|
56 MAIN ST., CORNER COMMERCIAL, LOS ANGEIiS, M
WHY" I
DONT YOU GO TO THE 1
New Boot 1 Shoe Store. 1
jmM mm\\\\\m\\\\\\\\ B WHERE YOU WILL FIND a> " : 1
ggsflLseaEJEflEPPv JjAd' 11 ' 0 ' 1
CHILDREN'S '1
ALSO, FULL LINE OJT J
GENT'S GOODS in the LATEST STYLES. M
26 SPRING ST. lm O, L, FISHER. M
FOURTH ANNUAL
OF THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, AND :J3
Grand Centennial Exposition and Ceiebratit*, ~:M
AT THE PAVILION, LOS ANGELES, CAL., m
September Oth, Continuing- Six Days).
The Board of Directors invite the hearty — nnsJertsj >l
of every citizen who is interested in the progress and tssl- M
fare of Southern California to make exhibits, as iiiTHfrsa jjj
tend the coming Exposition and Celebration. J ?,^|
From arrangements already consummated the Fourttt %
Exposition of the Society will be equal in variety asj :
magnitude in every particular, and in many departments 1
superior in point oi interest to any former Exposition. 'J
A special and interesting programme will be pre- I
sented each afternoon and evening. ''if
FARE AND EXPRESS. . t|
The Southern Pacific Railroad will issue Round • J
Trip Tickets from all stations to Los Angeles at'greatly jj
reduced rates. The Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express
carry all packages weighing twenty pounds, or less, In
tended for the Fair, free. The Society will pay the freight IJ|
on all exhibits, and deliver them at the pavilion free. 'M
For full particulars and Premium Lists, address the
Secretary. M
J. DsBARTH SHORB, M
President-. . ■%
Geo. Rice, Secretary. jm m
OPENING OF THE
Occidental Restaurant.
No. 118 Main 81., Oardoaa Blook.
Tho table will be tarnished with tb*
beat tbat oan be procured In tbe market.
Regular meala, 86 ota.
*»-ICE-CREAM SALOON connected
with ths restaurant.
mj*-lm CHAM. WENZEI,, Trop'r.
Teutonia Hall,
NO. ISO MAIN ST., U. 8. BUILDING
Prohlinger a Mathlvson,
PROPRIETORS.
•WT Wives. LIQUORS, BKBR, ALI
and CIO ABB of the bast breads.
ee*-LU>OaiCB ot all kind* nasi Vac
oa abort notice. t*aU
Ho! for Catalina lalaa4l a
THB QBE AT BATHLNQ, Ir/ltllN 1
and manra kesobt. ,M
O'urte " i^*-, -" B
»h»tf, lUue MTIDg iMHinii *H
transfer of ***s**7**a* H (
Key West Cigty^^B

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