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J. A. GRAVES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No, I BTRELITZ BLOCK.
~ JOHN t'. MORGAN,
ATTOBMSTT AT L.A.-VV.
in-mr SANTA MONICA.
V t: HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
(toward, Brosseau & Howard,
i 1 I'OHNF.Ys AND COUNSELLORS
i\ AT LAW. Knoma, 66, t>7 aud (>S Tem
nie Block, third Door, Los Angeles.
HINRY T. HAZARD,
OFFICE — R OHM 8 and 0 Downey
S. C. HUBBELL,
» rrORNBY AT LAW, Rooms:; and 4
/•V [nicnmroun s Block, corner Main A
Commercial streets, Los Angelas. mny'.-u
~ i!l..t:MH,t, O. H- SMITH
i «. OttAPBAB, 11. M. SMITH
Q'uASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFJCUS—TKMFLKBLOCK ap-atairs, Is*
X again*, California. «W-1
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTOBNSV AT I^.'VW.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, t.r.s
W. H. 11. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ee-Hooius 2 and ;), Allen's Building,
corner of sprint; ami Temple Sts. nltiii
LIU-UJ.H IJLWJ._IJ.IILI. I 111 SjaSl II liII II lilllllll '111 l
iftßce and Residence—No. 15FRANK I.IN
Or. W. P. RiCKARDSON,
i 'liytsioinn v ml E*fwrfgt»olu
t; i.i. iico, Fort Hill, | Ofitoe, No. IBTJOW
noena Vista street. 1 neyßloek,upstair.-',.
J. UANNON, M. D.,
. ><mMH9* 11, i ,AN FRANCO HLOCK'.
it Residence Downey Avenue, Kant
1.->s Aiijgelea, near the end of street rail
Ofllce lionra from in to 12 a, X., from 1 to
1 r. m. np2o-tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his offloe lo No. 82 M AIN
H j'HEE l , over Dollar i- Bradley's Furnl
Office Honrs—From 10 la 12, 410 0 ana s
lo 11. Residence—UaeliaVttatt street.
.1. Bechtlnger, M. 1).,
LJ(IIY.HtCI \N TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependent and French H. B. Hoclo
nes. Ooullstof the French Hospital In
Sun Francisco. All chronic obstinate
cuses and operauou*. uu the eyes attend
OFFICE —No, 701 Sacramento street,
corner of ICeariiy. Residence—.SlC. cor
ner Mason and I'aeidc streets, San Fran
cisoo, ocii ly
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
ggpOnrM nil kinds of diseases.
Otnee hours from 9 to 12 A. m. and from
2 to o aud 7 to 9 P. 11, upSOl I
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIQNORET'S HUII.DINO, opposite
It. HUGHE'S, In returning thanks to
the publlo for their liberal patronage,
can witli confidence recommend his
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As the great PURIFXBTR and EQ,UAL-
I'/, [fill of the human body, enabling the
system to throw oIF Its impurities and
lilving to tlie Mings one-sixth more inspl
faMo.i of air than can boootalned by
braathlng.by opening the pores of the
skin and giving full play to the Insensi
ble respiration no noofssary to physical
ntWJ>L female conHtaully on hand to
open from S a. m. to 7 p. m. K2.ltf
CYPRESS HEDGE PLANTS.
I have, nrtiv on baud a few thousand of
the MONTEREY CYPRESS, -Rhlch
makes such a handsome hedge. They
are In boxes, so that they can be lilted
„■„ ,»»iti, thn T tplanter, war-
oy have been
it cheap now,
II fall or win
l>( i'lli'lf IMtiCK,
it *ING ST.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
huN|itcluii« Nutldmi Dentil.
San Francisco, Aug. 30.—This
j morning the sudden death of Ade
i line Gieliugen, adopted daughter
lof Pauline and Arthur Qielingen,
j was reported at the Coroner's of
; flee. An autopsy was soon after
held on the body and the cause of
death ascertained. The jury was
impanelled and viewed the body,
and the stomach was removed and
I Riven to the chemist for analysis,
|by which it appeared that death
j resulted from strychnine. The In
i quest is now in progress.
Nun rrnm-iNuu B«nevulett6«,
| Ban Fkancisco, Aug. 30.—The
I work of obtaining subscriptions to
j the relief fund for the yellow fever
sufferers, organized at the meeting
of citizens yesterday, commenced
in earnest this morning, ami, be
fore noon (2,000 had been deposited
witli F. K. Low, of the Anglo-
Californin Hank, Of this amount
$1,000 was subscribed by
the Associated Hanks, the re
mainder being from other
! sources. Without doubt a large
fund will be obtained in a few
days. Verba Hueua Lodge of Odd
Fellows last night raised §100;
Abou Ren Adem Lodge the same
amount and Pacific Lodge $50.
Templar Lodge has already
contributed $200 and other lodges
of this city are expected to take
similar action this evening. Alto
gether about $5,000 has been
contributed in the city, oul
side of the amount deposited
with Mr. Low this morning.
Iltvt-iitianlliiif il,* hi.rrn Ncviitla
Virginia, Aug. so.—The ex
perts visited the Sierra Nevada
Ine to-day—Archie Bor
land, Superintendent Pattou,
James Bute, Jno. Kelley, Mills,
Sharon and about twenty others.
They report the incline winze run
ning at an angle of 30 degrees and,
on top, along the side of the ore
vein tor a diatunoo of 100 feet the
assays range from $2 50 to $126. All
speak well of the development. No
crosscutling will be done until the
2200-foot level is reached, and no
attempt was made to-day on the
part of the management to show
up the development. Ophirwill be
visited by the experts at 2 o'clock,
at which time the management
are generally expected to make as
poor a showing as possible to bear
AUSTIN, Aug. 30.—A squad of
Stale troops under C'apt. Fays en
countered a large body of Indians
from Fort Stanton Keservatiou,
about 40 miles uorlheastjof SSI Paeo.
The Hangers were forced to retreat
on account of ihe overwhelming
force, losing one man and the In
dians seven. Indians from Fort
Stanton Reservation are Mattered
in large numbers through the
mountains and on Ihe Bio Grande
below Xl Palo.
'I'nnlflu I i.ll< r I,X|(t<t>.|t»M. '
Sr. PAUL, August 30.—The boiler
of a sleam thresher exploded at
New Lewlston to-night, killing
Augustus Snelly, Michael Wimer,
George Lawrence, Gliurles Schnei
der and Otto Fritz. Another was
Item,!* is >Li* F'ntit VrfeHS iiic
Washington, Aug, 30.—Dennis
Kearney addressed a large aude
ence last-night from the eastern
portico of the Capitol. Luring his
remarks lie said the country was
ripe fora social revolution and the
workingnaen are going to win. He
warned I hose whom he designated
as plunderers, lecherous boudhold
ers,bank smashers, railroad robbers,
lam) pirates ami political bummers,
and all hell-born and hell-bouud
thieves, in and out of jail, not to
interfere with the rights of Ameri
can citizens The battle was
to be fought between hon
est men ami thieves. The
remedy for existing evils was to or
ganize and agitate—to pool the
issues and put them into one pot,
and tie over them a cover so light
that the pot could not be lifted till
captured by the woikingmeu, who
have a paper knife to
cut the throats of the political
bummers and elect honest, indus
trious and intelligent men to ofiice,
aud then instruct them what to do.
He said he considered the President
as a nice gentleman privately, but.
he had not a very big opinion of
biro as a President. He had
the honor of casting his vote
for Hayes, but be despised Tilden
and the latter's followers, believing
that if Tilden had been elected the
country would have beeu ruined.
The people want a man of live
issues. Peter Courier was too much
of an old granny. Some one In the
crowd asked how Butler would do?
to which question Kearney replied,
"If you had him all would be
right." After condemnatory re
marks concerning Sherman and
members of Congress, he said the
Cabinet officers were hard-money
men ; they avoided conversa
tion on the money issue, and
turned from the subject to
something else. They all went to
the same school, as they gave the
same answers to the same ques
tions, The workingmen have the
power In their hands to make the
social Structure of this country
shake from centre to cir
cumference in the asser
tion of their rights. They
bad no quarrel with capital hou
estly earned and decently used,
but with those who robbed the peo
ple. In conclusion he spoke of the
damaging effects of Chinese labor
upon the workingmen of the
Pacific Coast. The meeting was
orderly ond good humored aud the
remarks of the speaker were Inter
rupted only by occasional applause
aud laughterfroui the audience.
• Greenback G»iiv*>ullnu nt Niish
Na.shvili.r, Aug. 30th.—The
>; Greenback Convention met at
noon to-day, Hosea Townsend, of
Memphis, permanent Chairman.
| The preamableof their platform re
cites the depressed condition of
business, aud that neither the Re
publican nor Democratic policies
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31. 1878.
propose remedies. The resolutions
demand the abolition of the Na
tional Banks and the issuing by
the Government of legal tender
paper money; a graduated tax on
all incomes over $1,000; the estab
lishment of labor bureaus; a thor
ough system of public schools; the
abolitionof the convict contract sys
tem; the discontinuance of the im
portation of Chinese; denouncing
all violent measures and appeal U
the palrioiism of the people
through the ballot box.
Tlio tvvur uruHlitu Worm im
Memphis, Aug. 30.—New cases
10-day, 99; deaths, 70. At 2 p.m.
to-day rain commenced falling and
continued up to 7 o'clock. The
death roll exceeds that of any day
during the scourge of 1873, but it
is feared, owing to the damp
weather to-night, it will, in turn, be
exceeded by to-morrow morning's
Tit* AiHMioiie BeuetiioiiHii cuiifrr
r.ii ,ih iite t.'lhl AuHiiiieucft
Indianapolis, hid., Aug. 30.—
At the Catholic Total Abstinence
Convention to-day the following
dispatch was read: "Rome, Aug.
29.—T0 Bight Bey. Bishop Chat
ard, Bishop of Vincennes: The
Sovereign Pontiff grants with
great pleasure his permanent Apos
tolic benediction to the Catholic
Total Abstinence Society of Amer
ica, which you have sought."
(Signed), I . Cardinal Nina.
Rome, Aug. 30.—Five hundred
aud forty-eight Catholic journalists
throughout Europe intend to take
part In the press pilgrimage on the
anniversary of the Pope's exalta
TriHitilts in Turkey.
Belgrade, Aug. 20.—The Ar
nouls made a fresh attack upon the
Servo-Turkish line of demarcation
near Vranga aud were repulsed.
They have seized Kurshunleje.
SANTA ANITA STABLES.
E. J. Baldwin's Stud of Horses at Sacra
monto—A Pine Group of Thoroughbreds
from Loa Angeles.
The account of the horaea at the
Agricultural Park, Sacramento,
In tlie Spirit last week, and which
was copied Iroru the Record- Union,
did not include the Santa Anita
stables of E. J. Baldwin. These
hud arrived afier the report, and
consequently were not comprised
in the account. There are ten in
all, nine HI lies and oue colt, and it
is a safe assertion that it would be
a difficult task to show a Aner-look
iDJjj "striug" in any country.
The first on the list is Jennie D.,
a bay three-year-old Ally by
Glenelg, out of Regan, and notwith
standing that Clara X). showed so
much better last year, the Began
fitly was our favorite then, and we
me still very partial to her. Began
is the (lam of Virgil and Vera Cruz,
by Virgil, and as Jennie D. is of
good size and of racing form, we
imiuot look at herchances as other
wise than favorable.
Clara D. by Glenelg, out of the
Nun, made such a high record as a
two-year-old lust year, that the
very highest expectations are form
ed of her capauity to beat "most
anybody's colt or Oily." Mr. Mar
tin informs us that she had not
been doing very well so far, this
season, but she looks well now, a,nd
the adverse influences may have
been overcome. Her record last
year was a series of victories, beat
ing the best colts in the State, and
Edie is a bay lilly three-year-old,
by Glenelg, her dam Lark by Lex
ington, graudam Laura White by
Glencoe, the latter the dam of Alice
Ward, Baialna and Astial. Edle
has never started.
Blossom is a three-year-old by
Virgil, her dam Blunder by Lex
ington, second dam Blonde by
Glencoe. Some line race horses
have belonged to this family, aud
though there is a predjudicu against
the Virgil Allies, like other predju
dices in horse makers, there may
not be any good foundation for it
to rest upon.
Santa Auita, is a three-year old
by Virgil, her dam, Mary Martin
by Lexington, grand dam Alice
Jones, by mp. Glencoe, third dam
old Blue Bonnet. If this filly cau
not race, we will be apt to share in
the belief that Virgil is not success
ful in his daughters. Blue Bon
net was the dam of Little Arthur,
Lightning, Thunder, Loatlstoue,
and Alice Jones is the sister to the
dam of Sue Lewis and Asteroid.
Ophir is a gray filly, three years
old, by Baywood, out of Lag by
Loadstone; is a big, strong filly,
and has been taught tojump. Her
education had entailed some marks
on iter knees, which is an indispen
sable concomitant of the first at
tempts over the timber; but prac
tice overcomes this, aud this sturdy
youngster may acquire celebrity at
this kind of work. The two-year
olds are brothers to Barney Wil
liam') by Lexington, out of Volga,
a sister to Vandal, a chest
nut bay, very like hia famous
brother, only to our eye, sharing
more quality, and at the same time
as much muscle and substance.
We think very highly of him In
every respect, and consider Cali
fornia has been very fortunate in
securing oue of the last sons of the
old hero, of so much promise. Sis
ters to Jennie D. and Clara D., are
fully as highly formed as the older
scions of the house, and will hard
ly fail to prove of equal excel
Experiment by Monarchist, out
of Cornflower by Virgil, grand dam
Cordelia by Lexington, third dam a
sister to the dam of Longfellow;
Cordelia is of exactly the sitae
blood as the dam of Ten Broeck.
and Monarch Is by T '
of Mildred by Gle i
back into Nandal's t
This Ally is owned
tin, who has charge
win's horses, and 1
thinking that sucl:
an experiment not
be successful. The
are partial to, and <
has been proven to
out-crosses.- S. i>\
FARMERS' * MERCHANTS'
11 .*JN lv
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL BOO,OOP OO
JSAIAB W. JIKLLMAN President
L. O. GOODWIN Vice-President
JOHN MILNER Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISA lAS W. HKLLHAN, KI'HKNK MKYKR,
0. W. Childs, L/C. Goodwin,
CHARI.KS DUCOMMDN, JosE MASCAHEI.,
John s. GKirrm, O. E. Tboh,
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Deposits and Issue Their
Buy and Sail
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Qold
and Silver Bullion.
From and utter this date, on all moneys
leit as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of Los Augeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
J. E. HOLLENBECK President
E. F. SPENCE Cashlej
A. B, Wilcox, w. woodwobth,
8. H. Morr, 11. Maiiury.
1. Lankerhhim, O. S. Withebby,
E. F. SPENCE, J. E. HOLLENBECK,
This Bank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Augeles Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. SLAUSON President
H. H. BAKftR...'. Vice-President
J.M. ELLIOTT Cashier
J. S. Si.auson, P. Beaunity,
V. A. Hoover, Robebt 8. Baker,
J. Bixby, Geo. W. Pbescott
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco,
New York, London, Purls, Berlin and
B ly exchange on all parts of the United
States aad Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
mt FASHION ffls*
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kepi constantly on 1
handror the accommodation of the pub
lic. Horses Boarded by the day. week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or pubtic occasion*
at the shortest notice and upon as reas
onable terniH at at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
la34tr WILSON A YOUNG, Prop's.
FRUIT DRYER CO.
CAPITAL STQCK. S I 00.000.
Arc now prepared to furnish
THE WALTER FRUIT DRYER
And seIISiATE and COUNTY RIGHTS
on very liberal terms.
Fruit growers will take notice that A.
Lusk A C«. and Luke sressvlch A Co.
are using the Walter Fruit Dryer on their
raimsat San Jose, and pronounoe tham
the best fruit dryers now In use,
Price of Dryers, $3 50 to $700
Call at the office of THAYER A GRA
HAM, and see model or this machine.
J. H. MAYNARD, Secretary.
mw Communications should bo ad
dressed to GEORGE A. WILLIAMS,
Agent, 2(1 Spring street, la»s Angeles.
Principal Offloe—4lB California street,
San Francisco. aB-2w
View of Marriage!
IT V f.V I ..i.n.i. nils) TrttuiM •"• tii*
111 WM i j f.l k ■<! lilies of marriage snd th*
tluit unfit tor tt; the
<T*t« of Reproduction sin
' ise* of women.
>r private, conild
og. SOU pases, pric;
ses t with the beat
above dlaeaiwi and
! pric*; or all three,
tted, tor 74 *U.
It. 81 Louia, M»
' 'S*W n S&iflr>« . Mt abao'nWy ST.i
! rr?3 i*F H*s • alMi oopabUsttf.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. _
LOOKOUT! LOOK OUT! LOOKOUT!
FOR BARGAINS AT THE
IXL AUCTION CO.,
No. 9 Commercial St., Los Angeles.
Sheriff J. J". Towney's Orders
ARE TO SELL THE
IB_A_ 3sT ZEC IR,TT IP T STOCK
Of Messrs. M. Polk & Co., 96 Grand Bt., New York, to turn the
STOCK OF $40,000 WORTH
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
INTO CASH IMMEDIATELY.
This will be one of the Largest and Cheapest Sales that
Has Ever Taken Place in California.
LOOK A. T THE LOW I» It IO E !
I TOTJ C3-BT
18,083 yarda Be9t American Print 6c. per yard. 2500 yards White and Colored Piques, Be. per yard.
5,000 dozen Wamsntta Spool Cotton 25c. per doz. 5000 yarda slightly soiled Duck 12Jc. per yard.
8,000 yarda Embroideries sc. per yard. Mosquito Net 50. per yard.
556 Hi raw Hats 25c. each. 6000 pair Lisle Thread Gloves 15e. per pair.
Men's Cheviot Suita $4 50 each. Celebrated Beach Collara 12io. per box.
Casimer Pants SI 75 each. White Dress Shirts 50c. each.
White Pique Vests 75c. each. Coats and Dusters 50c. each.
Ladies' Balmoral Shoea $1 per pair. Men's Congress Gaiters $1 75 per pair.
Ladies' .Elastic Gaiters $1 per pair. Boys' Congress Gaiters $1 25 per pair.
Misaes ; Morocco Shoes $1 per pair. Men's Calf Boots $2 50 per pair.
Misses' Calf Shoea ft per pair. Men's Striped Books _ 25c. per pair.
jgg=»Xow fill thy purse with money, and call at once on the IXL COMPANY,
No. 9 Commercial street.
fg£» WHOLESALE DEALERS PLEASE CALL AT NINE A. M. *Ssfr
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
US. W. IsTOIT-ES
Has opened out at No. I MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses aud rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I intend to make my charges less
than those of anybody else in the busi
ness, charging, on real cstMe two per
cent, for the first 11000 and one percent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSER,
WAGONS and all kinds of property, and
N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
A. v. and close »" *■ * w . KOTIMi
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California
The Quarterly Dividend, No. 49, at the
lateof 12 per cent, per annum, on the
capital stock of the Farmers' and Mer
chants' Bank or Los Angeles for ibe
three months ending July Ist, 1878, has
been declared by Its Board of Trustees,
payable at onoe.
I9AIAS W. HELLMAN, President.
Los Angeles, July 6, 1878.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEMPLE Blook, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern
California. His old customers and toe
public will And it ihe place lo get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET A SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on band. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the olty, lor whom he
has made clothing.
•arNo neoessity to send to San Fran
oisoo for good nttlng suits. decM-tf
P. CASEfIAVE. J. ROQUE
' LOS ANCELES STEAM
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
ISO HUMBUG!' ■
We are the sole establishment in thle
city which is fitted up to furnish y»u.
truly PURE and FRESH ROASTEF
COFFEES and SPICES, ground or In
whole, in packages or cases.
■VAII artloKsiturutshed at «an Fran
ctaao prion. P. CASES AYE A Co.
■ as 11 •
RARE CHANCE FOR A
70 Acers in the Azim-Duarte
Water Rights Perfect and
FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR
RAL ON PREMISES.
•arFIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS,
five years' growth. Also, variety of Fruit
Trees between the walnuts.
TERMS MODERATE. Apply person
ally or by letter to
A. J. HORN,
mr2tf Postmaster at El Monte.
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIQNORET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AN!
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
WPrescrlptlons prepared with
Rubottom Ranch fr
This valuable prop
EIGHT Y-HIX. ACREf
eligible to Inventors
nia, la lor sale. Qr
ance of water. I'
beautiful and p*
ley, thirty mllf
Hotel v (
Exotic Gardens & Nursery
4B} LOS ANGELES STREET, in «B)
tear of Cathedral.
I would respectfully announce to my
old customers and the public generally
that I have on hand and shall keep eve
rythlng in tny line of business—TßEES.
SHRUBS, PLANTS, etc., wholesale and
retail.and at LOWEST PRICES.
Orders from abroad promptly cxc *ed
nnd satisfaction guaranteed. P 1 *e
llvered free of charge in the r*'
LOUIS J. '
mr2-5m Formerly Sba
"El Mo lino Fai
For business nnd educational reast
desiring to rcinovo into Los Angeles
"EL MOLINO FARM," ,
Including residence and mit-bulldlngs
horses, mules, wagon, harness, agrlci'
rural Implements, etc., lor Uie term o
TWO OR THREE YEAF
The farm consist, of 204 acrer
are4U.OUO grape vines, over
trees, 700 English walnut tr
end llrue trees; also a nr
walnut, pecan, alnionr*
plum, peach, apple, per
etc.; two or three acr
acres vacant arable I
THE WHOLE T r
shower bat Ire
the F" ,tSB
r ao same Con
.ds can he
. San Fran- Mai
a9l>lm T0 „
.••pared to do all kinds of , M
Work and Repairing
OER9 promptly attended to and
.lection guaranteed. A. DORN.
it- in P. O. Bor. No. 256.
. EDMONDS notifies the owners of Ltui
and other stock that he has f n e
lav offloe at the PONY STABLES, and
■ Main street, will treat the ills- and
nown as blood) murrain in rattle,
.arantee a cure. Jy24-lm jy
<. \ '• ■ ■ • x ■
* a. a.-TB» rdplj
paa. No. am, and all MaaWEtiH
good standing >n
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Holds It* lis tad hhbUM am (Sal JkW
Monday of each mania at jfa
good ataading an r?aaiiaStjnß
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lum In alssonio Hall, mlh!mßi
THURSDAY of each monlh,»A|
j. c. Lrm.aranj>. Raoordor. '' Jjjfc
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•landing we Invited to irllp ~~*'fe§
r'aap. W. - * >lf
L.oa,Ang*le* lodge Mm
V VnebweS'iil ratea*
lournlng brelnfea go, 'MgH
standing are cordially invito*. ~
a. f»a»k, r. a. BAKP ' *yHH 1
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TUESDAYS of each TajJjffgX f
B. Marxsen. Scribe. 0 °'S J
Downey Block?ah' aojoornlna Ba9
in good standing are iillilljlii IflM.
C. E. Miles, X.' of R. a .'3 j
Confidence Engine Campaay is, I *
/tp\i tbu Company will uKf£»CIK
on the flrat VedneaSaVS
•daYMRS. ulna of each montfc,'
TOfe o'clock. By order, '.3*
w. s. moors, r idiiaja^yt;
SIB ABTLEY COOPEB'S t %>]
Th« greai English remedy fin Itmtmvt l"
Debility, Spermatorrhea and 11 ■■anigoTja "
Decline of Physical Faroe. ' ;^9r'
The Vital Rectors***-, fa
Will positively cure, tboroMU* aSt'Sn
permanently, any case of KXffAUMSKVa
VITALITY or Nervous BeMUtStBB
acute or of long standing, and Ta #8 1
sei, r\o mailer from what earn** POO S
UC The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific liiMiiiloHgii, jjffl ;
not h quark nostrum, bono* pUSStEf ■
safe 10 lake: is pleasant to t£e Baa
"iipidies m rl.o cerebro-aslnal uliMl
pathetic system of nerves new Until. M
Purlflea and Knrlohea
The blood, rejuvenating and relßnyJgganmVisT '>
lug both mind and body. ThnamaM.ll
both In thin country and In Europe, ana■-' '
tesilfv to the great restorative properties ■
of this really great medicine. ■
Price, 13 per bottle, or four tiasea tkjl i
quantity lor |10. Sent to any addrwa m-M
cure irom observation. v
Address all tellers to J|
A. E. MINTIE, M. X>.,
(Oraduate of ihe University of PaaMyNlP
vania and lute Hesldent Surgeon do thoS
Ortiiopcedic Hospital '' rftliajjpr •
« provided ftj
best dancing *wi
4, Swings, Hori- ■I
Gallery, and in- ms
.ecessary for the ma
jkers, and will be let ma
-tber grounds In this ifa
ersons will be admitted a
under any circumstances. 'H; ;
.tall times be procured at M ■
ire Insurance. |
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nuieroial of Sau Krauoiaco. y?|
ndard Fire and Marine ||
of New Zealand 2]
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iurity of New Haven
mmonwealtb of Boston
iiufacturers of NewaWk — —
r T u A $25,000,000
POLICIES ISSUED HEBE.
1 I.T er S. Moohc, I FRANK McCOY.
pring St., Central Block, Los Angeles.
e-NiITIOE TO FARMERS.-Policies
ied on GRAIN, stundlng, cut, thresh
er in aacks. aiO-im
I MAIN ST., Corner of FIBST.
'he finest brands of Liquors and Wines
vayson hand. FINE CIGAKH. Cold
nch every day. I cordially Invito my
?nds aud the public 10 give me a oall,
d I promise ihem courteous treatment
d prompt attention.
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