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I oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
-to., at 'li" following reduced pri-
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*" Every other size In proportion,
ilio great reduction In paints, oils
' and glass, at No. 28 Los Augeles
i street, under the White House.
> B. Raphael.
Im sept 27
Immense rush at the IXL Auc-
L tion Co.'
I The Russian Electric Baths of It.
9 Hughes and Wife are located at No.
Main street, opposite the Pico
■ House. Gentleman and la
din will bo waited upou by persons
w >f their own sex. novMtf
B Tlie dry goods and novelty store
K.i Charles Prager, nt No. B Com-
F merclal street, is an attraottve re-
I Sott to the ladies of Los Angeles.
F- Mr. Prager has one of the most ex
tensive ' and recherche stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
* and there is absolutely nothing
necessary to tlie feminine toilette
which may not be found in bis
Store. He has been guided in his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of the requlrenlenti of this section,
and tlie latest fashions and novel
f ties may be at all times inspected
at No. 6 Commercial street. Hive
it him a call. ml
[ The IXL is a benefit for nil the
•..people of Los Angeles.
[ Miss Margaret Kern lias bought
I out Moore's Lodging House on the
* corner of First and Wilmington
streets and will conlltlUS lo keep il
~ ill lirst class style. Wm. Moore
U.will still bo oouneeted with the
IVMiouse aa'manager. A oonlinuance
tut custom, is solicited, au2s 2w
We refeaour readers to (lie card
of Valentine Mand, People's onndi
' date for Supervisor from tin- First
District, which appears elsewhere.
b Beer has a Palstalfllan effect,**
Henry Weil, the brewer of the
Philadelphia Brewery, will testily.
y Good beer makes muscle and fat,
ami all the regular patrons of the
■ Philadelphia Brewery are strong
»■«, and healthy. It makes the sick
■ well :>ud the healthy stronger;
physic is unnecessary and doctors
1 are played out, if you use the Phil
adelphia beer, Leave order* at the
brewery or send them by mail. De
llvered free to any part of the city.
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$ Mil 4. Mthvtflke*.
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HUN DAY .SEPT. 1, 1878.
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Printing llou.su fordoing Job work are not
tnrpMMcl in California outside ot San
TtmSm oo And Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will be executed willi neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
Uctralier notices o/ companies, soele
tles, churches, etc., will only be inserted
In the 11i;iiai.i) aj paid advertisements,
Wo reserve, for I'laces of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will nppcar every
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
Division of Telegrams ami Reports for
tho hencllt of Commerco anil Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Log An
geles, Tut., August 31. 1878.
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"l p. si. I
Maximum Thermometer, 7ti. ■
Minimum M ill.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
Catholic Cathedra!.. — Main street,
below First. First Mas* at Ba. m.; last
miss, at 10 a. Bt.; Catechism nt 2.80 p. m.;
y» tper* lit 7 I*. M.
Ca.n Catholic Chvuch. — Opposite
tin. I'la/a. First mass at S;,rOA. sec
nn.l mass at 7a. M.; last mass at!» a. m.;
CaMchtam at 3 p, m.; vespers at 4 p. m.
St. Am axaikius Episcopal Church.
— C»iner of Temple and New llluli
stints. Rev. Wm. H. Hill, neetor. Ser-
Vloej nt 11 a, st. and 7:45 p.m. Sunday
SobfOl (it 18V.;, m. Seats free, and nil cor
dial y invited.
FfKT ht. M. K. CHURCH. — Kuv, George
9*fibk<py« I'astor. Preaching at 11 a.m..
and 7p. K. Sabbath School at7Vs'p. m
Clasi kneeling Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeliag Thursday evening.
TimmtyM. E. Chuiich .South.-Spring
stivei, between First and Second. Key.
Mlllntl Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sablulh at II a. m. and 7 p. M. Sun
day Sflinol 9:30 a.m. I'rayer meeting 7:15,
Bajvist CuuiU'H.—Spriug street, be
tweef Fourth and Fill fi stree w. Services
at 11 A. and 7 P. M. Sunday School
dtreoiy altex morn ing service Seats free,
and lie public are eordiallv Invited.
Prayr meetings Thursday evenings.
Pat itvTiciiiAN Cnuncit.—Uev. T. M.
Cunmgiiam. I). ]>. Services at Uood
Temjiars' Hull, every Sunday at 11a. m.
and 7t p.m. Sunday School Immediately
nflcr iorning uervice.
Fl» CUU RCH. —
New \igl» street. Key. L>. T. J'ltckard,
Pastor, services at II a. m. and 7 p. m.
Bandalfichool at W>4. All are cordially
Uxri'lMAN SERVICKrt — UotOU Hall,
Rprlugireet. Key.John I>, Wells, Mm
Isfcer. l-rvices everySundayat.il a. m.
Sunda;,Kcliotl nttornoon at 12:15. Seats
fr.ic. Al are cordially invited.
Ciiriiii ok Chkist.—Preaching iv the
CourtUaise by tliePast<,r, John C Hay,
nt 11 A.i iiiiii 7p, m. Sunday School at
10 a. Hi
EvaM BitiOAL Lutheran Chuucii—
Key, AjWcyer, Pastcr—Mervlees In Union
IMil ejry Sunday Ht 10::W A. M. and 7:30
p. M. iada? School at 9:30 A. M.
11l W. S. Maxwell sot liaik
" omtaii PrauMfaM yesterday.
1M I .-f th, rj w
m fiSVtVi-jJ***"* »r* »)tp*«t
--; Meiiai.v -
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1 city nil'
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3f*tj .ili-.tlclAl PM.rt<rT. H*s-t I* B(3rJ
it telex;«nr.|v«t|ijir*toM of ln<
.. All ntrttt* -S**tlu«ru CJillf. r
M»(ril ut» i $tt to ni<
!-, -.lif I;!.;; BtbrCß 1.1 Ull
■ iltamabiri i.Hloe will beopei
nt j'oh I IM$ uufulßg for Hi
virl i i kecur* stalertK run aud tick
«i,-j) rsteA.ner for San Fiani-i»c
aur. jv ports,
j, Will -'ii Prlilliauu j«»terila;
',: :. pb ' i lie coiatrlßntlo
I. t ' irti Vasociation, km iwi
It late ■ flilorial BtnifKare It€'
iEt pi >j (. r,r tlie Bt, 011 rl
', Id j ttrrdaj lonaUU pit. ttaj
The following additional list of
excursionists returned from Ban
Francisco yesterday : Mrs. Jones
aud daughter, T H Smith and wife,
C H Bush, H Hancock, J Velsir,
VV H Perry, H Cohen, W Maxwell,
M Meyer, A Haaß, A E Hoecll, F
Van Detnark, G Bong, Mrs G H
Smith, Mrs McLean, S Bewail, Mrs
AH Dibble, H B Dibble, R H
Brown, H VV Stoll, H JSievenson,
R Wageuman, T Goss, JPhillippi,
Mrs E Morrison and family, J Con
way, W A Brophy, G Holla and
family, J Conway, J Tilley, P J
t'olby, 0 E Miles, H Cook. J H
Parker, Miss A A Salsig, A Fabler
and wife. E B Debrunge, Mrs VV F
Wigeuft, A Solano, Miss Daner, L
Roeder, Mrs Leake, H Mert and
wife, L Litotenberger, Mrs Cook.
Officer Bilderain, who lives on
Los Angeles street, went into his
room last evening lo get a change
of clothing. On opening the ward
robe he found that some one hud
been there before him and had
taken all his clothing—two full
suits. About dark two men had
been seen by a boy to enter his
room by the front door and after
remaining there a short time, they
came out and walked off". From the
description furnished by the boy
they are supposed to be v couple of
suspicious characters who have
been in the city for several days.
From the time the great IX L
store has been established they
have sold more goods and at lower
prices than any store in town, and
the reason why is that they have
got the goods of the most extensive
property ever sent to California.
These goods must ho sold. Instead
of belug sold at auction in New
York, they have beet, removed to
Los Angeles, and cm be sold far
cheaper than the merchants of our
city. They are sold 50 per cent,
cheaper than any goods ever be
fore sold iv the city.
Rev. George A. Bailey, the new
ly-appointed pastor of the A. M. E.
Church in this city, will enter upon
his active mission to-day. He
wus appointed to this stalion by
the late Conference at Oakland, anil
transferred from Red Bluff, where
he has been successfully officiating
for some time. Mr. Hailey Is a
very intelligent-looking colored
gentleman, and enters upon his
task with will nnd earnest ness, und
we hope ho may receive the active
assistance of our colored population.
Yesterday evening as Lowis Mc-
Garvin, of Gallatin, was driving
out of Marche-'sault street into
Alameda, his team took fright at
an approaching locomotive and
started across the track. Just as
the horses had cleared the track
tlie engine struck the wagon, the
collision throwing the driver and
horses about ten feet, but fortu
nately without injuring either him
or the team. The only damage
was to tlie wagon, which was
smashed to smithereens.
It having been intimated that
Messrs. Hall, Lips and Bayer were
among the Angelefios fleeced by
bunco sharps at Sau Francisco, the
other day, a ten cent contriK "ion
was started by their friend* j.
and in a short time an amou -;lf
flelent to enable them iAieir
hotel bills was collectnd.arid trans
mitted to them by telegraph
r for Tbev,wUJ nrobably
ihe many friends ol Klrbj
iSmith, of Hill,bore, QMo,
! \v!n> ii tiioaalx'i mrlth pleasure hie
|tirief" visit ft) th i bltj luit ybai,
trill be gi aimed to learn that tie
1 >•>'" '«i.;i« *;<;'. ilMeil .. ibspost
t ';i,*W»d'■'•*» wish hiut a trluni
holm V, lay will ■«> on* ot (!, .
Ipi >asaot«st llrat has left I ■
gelas this ssesnn. Up to «.-> j
(lug tickets td HI Hire* c.i ■ !jad
been sold and an arrangement !
'■ v >'■■ 'vith tlie railroad company b
jfuruiuM a fourth car if needed, Tho
1 triiiu w'll 9tui't fr').;i old Com
' tnerotal slreei, .!«ynt al B O'«iocfc a.
i 1. i . i . x r i■ iv
Wi.'jl's Uaat fa>ti<s.Uoo sffil gi\e
Itwnpeiformioe*.- in tbll city Lis
j we/1. - Wednesday and Thursday
ii ;• • September 4th and SL. ft
hjiimi of tho best shows cv
e£ liMted in this city Mid oarj
jso n for the moderate priae
' cent* for adults and Sooente t
i| il.in n.
! The public schools reopen to
H iTt'W. I'm cuts are requested ti
•••si.! tftfti chil iiirii to the school -
,' tttcv etltsoded before vacath ,
whence In y will be distribute., to
' ! tlmir prop r grade an t locati'n.
* By comvlyiug with this . imi it a
Mgreatdealei trouivls will h - w H
• j tea Augelis resided» t,
lv' "viu Franot ■ stels August
-,(8010! J. A. /gnii- E li. vvst
' klus, m. "i. Agimie, Irtoh li iu»e;
ml Xm't ■' i
> Bnsi House.
*1 Dennis <i, ( t, iviu •• ■~
| WT|'MV K»il«,lll» VPIIII Mli". ..- 1...
•tst arrested "Rode," who*
I# , denial ol , sffrsement so marry i
ejljos Angeles stretil m-iuph ap
'. | peared lv tbe Hfihami 'ii« t,:rte
[day,ot)H'Oharg Vi i, giWiiiet
'"ItUe imiiV; oi George H, Butler, tin
r j Tempi* street livery ttaSftls keeper
'• j Mr. W. H Kitabs.lt, w« learn
' | ha» given up ills lease of (JaHk
t Hall, ami it has .been seuirert lij
i- ti.o Oottarrao M«oiety, vrbo wll
use it for their regale* .-iund».;.
nud rent it out dorim
' the" Astorentertaiuroenis, - ub
» lie n.^tloga,c.
ft . .Voiklngmen hold a meet
lugeii Military Hall thly evenlu,
s i to discuss toatteri of vital lute res
I of ti'.cso Hho iv the ob
Ject of nia oi.-etnig Is requested.
rs| it.. . ~» ( , f nil , ■ or th
The Supervisor Question.
Editor Herald: I noticed in
an article in the Star ot Saturday
morning iv which a very specious
appeal is made to the Workingmen
of the First Supervisor District to
support Mr. A. H. Rogers, the
nominated candidate of that party.
The writer signs " Harmony,"
and claims rank as a frie.nd of Sir.
Mand, and with the sangfroid that
friends sometimes assume, he inti
mates that the "loavesand fishes"
are the attractions which cause
Mr. Mand to appear as a People's
candidate; ami bewails the proba
bility or possibility of tbe embryo
party being split by such a course
ou the part of Mr. Maud.
Now, I was not iv the conven
tion that did the nominating for
the Workingmen, but I am one of
a vast number who are desirous of
avoidiug " ring rule," and are
looking for tho best meu in their
choice of candidates; and upon due
inquiry, find tbe following facts in
regard to the candidates for Super
visor from the First District, men
tioned above, viz:
Mr. Mand is an old resident of
this county, having lived here
some twenty years. He is a gen
tleman of large interests in Ihe
county, which lie manages in a
business-like way. His record is
excellent as au honest man and a
gentlemen, and no taint of the
"ring" can be found in his char
acter; and he was tlie only chosen
candidate of the Workiugmeu'a
nominating convention to the
office to which lie now aspires, and
after the adjournment, which fol
lowed his nomination, the conven
tion, or ii portion of those compris
ing it, called a new meeting aud,
on motion of some one, the nomi
nation of Mr. Mand was reconsid
ered and Rogers substituted. This
was not regarded as the correct
method for doing business, and
Mr. Mand, at tbe solicitation of
the friends of fair play and good
government, decided to stand us a
His business training renders
hi in eminently fit for the position,
and I trust every Workiugman
who wants his party to succeed—
not us a party of tricksters, but by
fair und houest means—will vote
It is not the purpose of this arti
cle to reflect in any way on Mr.
Rogers. That gentleman is too
now in this county to have given
much of a record of himself, and
certainly there is no reason why
lie should be selected for this posi
tion over the bead of Mr. Mand.
Mary Donnelly, who, some
weeks ago, w ui taken into custody
us an insuiie woman aud placed iv
the County Hospital to await de
velopments iv her malady, was
yesterday adjudged insane in the
County Court and will be taken to
the Asylum at Stockton to-mor
row. It will be remembered by
readers of tlie Hkrald that Mary
labors under the hallucination that
'as..'*; 'four firmed forty days
sue (jnutd. M». iii MS' .a*:' At..'he
time she was 'tii'i;,., ,l;'to custody
she had abstained from food for
n ~..„.„t v,... shortly ttfto.r_£o
iiuglolbe hospital she suddenly
recovered n#f appetite, which she]
I retained until four i iv i aro, when j
lift* *g*lt»re'Bsed tn Use f,-. | ,
i has continued to fasi, nottrith-j
j standing the m.»«t apfwtfsii,*
I viands si»v*j html: I'aeed be
lt) i; constantly pursued ny wmi; j
[oti who want lo "c»..:.ir«'' her. j
the Southern I*ai Mo Ratiroad Com- |
j p*uy at h'!» city, has ttutbaj -
| lud iO -II ftp ■*!'.,l tickets to H v.Tft. I
tneßto .ol ..mru by trains arriv
ing v dacraMeiite September 14th
| to :*'--H, inoiust.e, at v reduction of
nu, >hlrd fro a/- C'n regular tarlffof |
■■■ m li> v- r>>. w., malting each sps*j
Board of Education.
U. vi ot *.illtca!,lf»ii meliu
lit I is. I'.VftUlQg. IVe*. I.:.
lurrown, lAoy, Kui tz hij.;
JhC it ill.
li. liic .uaUerof Mr. Iteavis'sap
j plication, it was resolved that Mi.
! Hor.vin lie allowed a salary of $00
I totwttui's oi ivaohara' •alarlea.
On molimi, til- Board reoost
raood U. F. Heleteiao, X I. »«
Icuatoillaii of.he pouon lo lie •.ll*-
I IrlbulaO to partla* 4mJi 't u»ug
pat t loular qiitt!itl( , at , i..i lv .ii. lln
' offietiof rqulrral lt.ll.»
! Tl>« local •oUmilloim f t ,r lb-. f«f
, (low fttvnr•ufftreri. of th- Si.ulb u|
j to data, aft a. followt:
| ' 9tt4 I ■ N'-w Mmh, Am: JMfe.... Mm
[eolation •>! Ihe mbwripUco ill
State Apportionment for Teachers.
Editor Herald: Tho follow
ing State apportionment ot $81 75
for each teacher has just been
made. Each District Clerk will bo
immediately notified by postal
card of the amount due his dis
District. Teachers. Am't.
Alameda 2 $103 50
Alatnitos ] 81 75
Anaheim 1 327 00
Artesia 1 81 75
Azusa 3 245 25
Ballona 2 163 50
Kay View 1 8175
Bog Dale 1 81 75
Bolsa Grande 2 183 50
Cahuenga 3 245 25
Cajou 1 8175
Centralla 1 8175
Cienega 2 103 50
Duarte 1 8t 75
Elizabeth Lake I 81 75
El Monte 2 103 50
Fairview 1 8175
Florence 1 81 75
Fountain Valley 1 81 75
Gardon Grove 1 8175
Green Meadows 1 8i 75
La Dow 1 8175
LaPuente .'...2 103 50
Little Lake 1 81 75
Los Angeles 28 2289 00
LosJNletos 2 103 50
Lugo 1 8175
Maizelaud 1 81 75
Newhall 1 81 75
Newport 2 183 50
New River 1 8175
Ocean 1 8175
Ocean View 1 8175
Olive 1 81 75
Orangethorpe 1 8175
Palomares 3 245 25
Pasadena..; ) 1 81 75
Ranchito 2 IG3 50
Richland 3 245 25
Rowland 2 163 50
San Antonio 2 163 50
Sun Dimas 1 8175
San Fernando 3 245 25
San Gabriel 3 245 25
Jan Jose 2 163 50
San Juan 2 163 50
SauPascual 1 8175
San Pedro 3 245 25
Santa Ana 1 81 75
Santa Anita 1 8175
Santa Monica 2 163 50
Savanuah 2 163 50
Sliver 3 245 25
Soledad 1 8175
Spring 4 327 00
Sycamore 2 163 50
Vermilion 1 81 75
Veruon 2 163 50
Westminister 2 163 50
Wilmington 3 245 25
Unapportioued 4 71
Totuls 129 $10,560 48
W. P. McDonald,
County Sup't. Schools.
Los Angeles, August 31, IS7B.
A Tried Remedy for Biliousness.
Those who Buffer from disorder or in
action of the liver will never get the up
per hand of the unruly organ so long as
they use such irrational remedies as
blue pill, calomel and podophy I tin. But
from the tried und popular medicine,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, they may
expect relief, with a certainty of obtain
ing it. The influence of the bitters upon
the great biliary glands is direct, power
ful and speedily trlt. The relief afforded
is not spasmodic, but complete and per
manent. The sallowm ss of the skin,
furred appearance of the tongue, Indi
gestion, costiveuess, headache, nausea,
pains throngh'the right side und stioul*
tier, in fact ev«ry acoampauiment of the
-obstinate complaint are entirely and
ripromptl v removed by a eour lof this in
estimable medic'nc. In be*
tatttlmony is constantly eir uroiderips...
evrl y quarter aud fro:., aj \ a
cletv. lH ;
+ U«.... ....
* -"<>i*v make
tn • i'a gtt'i t **vl " - Mafn rr\t*i :? j
genuine Marrlno's 8)m I ija pAft« j
rV)a :<i draogbt *t McKauaa'a.
ktttvw? at . Lbt-i ri*l f P, j
75 Mailt HtreM. *..uyr j
it+fktu* **n* it«t*<t* Uracil*; l"»cr«l j
Tho Crasi of Tnrlar i
Bl iX'IAI. yOTIOJBg, ,
i "t Have tried tue rrau n** tttrjtcp, and I
I th* r«-a:« f-.,ilv «.istain> -uir pcwM«Uu T >- )
J ''i r y sjr»t*m a«r . *tgor kna *!K riff, ij
j am no toofor .rejmilous &a i tft<t.imjrtMT
jas wh-i. sou last saw but stroiipay J
ii«arli<:f, nod with a hint** eapaw.' y mr
' ilme vltkCtfif lb* last t»v« > earn. Hoid by
vi.i! bas no r»T»b
I ftetorlublt Cure. 1
to, * \V,Fowu«*SoNa. j
I 1 ii nt M*;n adfDtaUfiu. 1
j water. wvW sweetoßß'l.
I Every l» jer a «ouU at
|lurrMa,f> -t.e and nhiep au i Mrta| -it n.
t'*»ptha: mmtii, 1 ! th ■ * i '.'poiK at
Must, Will and Shall
Give the Greatest Bar
gains Ever Known in Dry
Goods, Clothing, Gents'
Furnishing Coods, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
for the Next Thirty Days.
Call Early, as you will find
it to your greatest advan
49 Main St., Under the
Lafayette Hotel. IgTjUa
The undersigned begs leave to an
nounce- himself as a candidate for Ser
geans-at-Arms ofthe (institutional Con
vention. A. H. MILLER.
Los Angeles, July 23,1878. J24-t s 28
THE MANY FRTENDS OF
lv the FIRST SUPERVISOR DISTRICT
propose to run that gentleman as a
he baittg a thorough farmer ami honest
Express, Star and Sued CallfornUche
Post copy, a*Btd
Candidate for Supervisor.
DON JOSE RUBIO announces himself
as a Candidate for Supervisor ot tho First
District. He Is one of our oldest and
most substantial citizens, and places
himself before the voters of the District
as one who will carefully and bonestly
guard their Interests. a23*td
FOR SDPERVISOR~FIR3T DISTRICT.
C. E. HUBER announces himself as a
candidate for election as Member of the
Boitrd of supervisors from the First Dis
trict, the elect ion to take place Wednes
day, September 4th. alfitd
Candidate for Supervisor.
J. C. HANNON announces himself as
a candidate for ro-elecllon to the Board
of supervisors from the Third District—
the election to take place Wednesday,
September lb. alltd
For Santa Monica,
A. COVERED CAnm.YUK IS NOW
RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Los Angeles & Santa Monica,
Jailing at the hotels at 7 each morning.
FARE, FIFTY CENTS.
MTOrders can be left at the American
.'.s4 •} cu'eii. I Ueleb'rat
il T" -ach. I "'bite V
of New Zealand '<
Qfen'a !• alii.... of SlMt'l K.»ll», N V. |
-i i wrlty of s»ow Ma* en
» 'o motor. nr*alUi of Be****'
Manotaotaran of Na»K
PUI "IBS ISsSCKD iIEUK
iNprlt*K Ht. t f ' ~*' km'-. L4m A)'
kjed on WRAIN . aiitnjiu'-, erd
Fine Wines & Liquors
rt. & H. W. Catiierwoet' I
Fine Old Whiskies
Old (Bourbon and Rv«
i' ■• i fiom tiuui*»i:t'. "-• .-..by t».« S»:tlt
Genuine brolch vtd trtf * Whiskey
TriftUsh Ales inn Ponw.
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F. G. HANNA & CO., I
173 MAIN STREET. LOS ANGELES, 1
SELL ALL KINDS OF ,<3
FARM IMPLEMENTS. 1
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE M
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder, If
The Most Successful Machine on the Coast. Is
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake. |
Stover & Freeport Windmills. i
THE KENT in the AV<*>»ll,l> |
PUMPB AND TANKS A SPECIALTY. 1
JteTDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND BEE US. 1
oaa been found a remedy for INDIGES
TION, DYSPEPSIA and NER
It Is sovereign In Its efficacy for
Medicinal & Family Purposes-
The Medical Faculty concur iv tbe
judgment that it Is
A PURE STIMULANT AND TONIC
AND THE CONQUEROR OF
None genuine unless labeled with the
signature of Q. SIMMONDS, Solo Pro
prietor, over the cork.
PREUSS & SCHUMACHER,
SOLE AGENTS FOR LOS ANGELES
CITY AND COUNTY",
Who will tmpply the trade at tlie same
price and terms that the goods can be
had from the proprietor, in tian Fran
SOCIETIES and private parties desir
ing lo secure picnic grounds would
do well tocouMult the Messrs.
GBGRL£ * IHIO.,
These grounds have been prepared re
gardless of expense and are provided
with one of tlie largest and best dancing
pavilious outside of Sau Francisco.
Arbors, Ten-pin Alleys, Swings, Hori
zontal Bars, Shooting Gallery, and in
deed, everything necessary for tbe
amusement of picnickers, and will be let I
cheaper than auy other grounds In tb'<*
No improper person* '11 be n & pr * r vart i
to the Gun .■s.ttmie- ■ *!reu per .
LjYnch c , m all tea.. c 15e. per pair.
..i d Tv Co . .a 12jo. per box.
'■• J hirts 600. each.
, rg 50e. eacb.
$1 75 per pair.
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M*WlHmft , a MifJflOitiT
Lots for Sale!
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
JrTers Ihe beat opportunity for delightful
Homesteads of any that has ever been of
fered for sale to the public.
THE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL., i
Only sumclenty inclined tor good drainage
THE SOIL 18 EX CELL ANT.
And ot such charac that It never oahea
and is neither muddy In Winter nor dusty
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATJCR RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
In completed and runr'iiK^arkugH^bevn.
j-. -"WAtettUcW.-'Hr •'
-/^^B m\ ' i >et wide, oen
JB°V 8 ' Jtt *ut.<i>
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'b
..... really the West Kna « our**—
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