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I'uk llßitAt.D Steam Printing
'ousk makes n specialty of Legal
rlntlng. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
i luted at low rates.
I offer my stock of doors, sashes,
tc, at the following reduced pri
sxtll $1 35
■>xl> l W
) X I;J 1 65
Uxl2. 1 05
10X11 J If
10x16 2 25
15x28 2 76
If XB2 3 W
Isxlu 3 5"
Other sizes Iv proportion.
;.6xti.oxl inch $1 60
,1.6x6.6x11, moulded 1 90
i.Bx6.BxU " 2 12
2.8x6.8x1$ " 225
2.10x6.10x11 " 260
tx7xl* " 2 76
Every other size in proportion.
Also great redttotion In paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
,treat, under tho White House.
Immense rush at the IXL Auc
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dles will be waited upon by persons
•f their own sex. uovl4tf
ihe dry goods and novelty store
■•I Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
diercial street, Is an attractive re
soit to the ladies of Loa Angeles.
Mr. Prager has one of the most ex
tensive and recheruho stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Augeles,
and there Is absolutely nothing
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not bo found in his
store. He has been guided in his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of the requirements of this section,
mid tlie latest fashions and novel
ties may be at all times inspected
st No. 5 Commercial street. Give
him a call. uii'7
The IX L is a benefit for all the
jieople of L is Angeles.
Miss Margaret Kirwiu has bought
out Moore's Lodging House ou the
■orni r of First and Wilmington
streets and will continue lo keep It
in lirst class style. Wm. Moure
will still be connected with the
house as manager. A continuance
jif custom Is solicited. au2B 2w
Beer has a t'udstalßiau effect, as
" Henry Weil, the brewer of the
fliiladelpbla Brewery, will testify,
ijood beer makes muscle and fat,
and ali the regular patrons of the
Philadelphia Brewery are strong
and healthy. It makes the sick
well and the healthy stronger;
jihyslc Is unnecessary und doctors
sire played out, if you use the Phil
idelphia beer. Leave orders at the
'irewery or send them by mail. De
livered free to any part of the oity.
A. T. MCDONOUGH, late of 39
ripriug street, has just opened the
ACiiß of Fashion at No. In, Tem
ple street, where he will be pleased
to meet his old customers and the
publio In general, to whom, as be-
Sore, lie guarantees the most stylish
.tnd best fitting clothes tn be bud
,» tlie city.
Fishing tackle and cutlery at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Mam
Tbe Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Ite
i'Ueua street, near Main, opposite
tna United states Hotel, aro agaiu
ipened to the ladies aud will be
■allied OU iv a strloily respectable
nay, so that all ladies, with or
Without escorts, may feel at ease
sud receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters iv every style,
,hrimt)s, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
. a hand. Joe Bayer.
..«"t 4 tf
People of this glorious city are
satisfied to say that the IXL AUO
tlou Co. sell their goods oue half
jheapei than anybody else.
The Messrs. Lips. Craigue & Co.
live made arrangements to receive
jiouthly cargoes of the luraous Ph.
tfjst Brewlug Company's export
lager beers. These beers are made
it Milwaukee and bottled hy the
Messrs. Stamm- & Meyer. Tue
brat of I In- cargoes arrived yester
day, consisting of un entire load.
J'he Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
enabled to otter special advantages
to purchasers. The first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer at the Cuuteuulal Expo
lotion, at the Wiscoueiu State Fair,
Held at Milwaukee, and at the
iuter-State Fair held ut Chicago.
Asbipmelltof OUINNKB3' EXTBA
STOUT, direct frou] Liverpool, 111
pints am) quarts.
r Alex. Mckenzie.
U7 Main street, Fouet bunding,
Los Angelas. au2l-lf
Joe Buyer, of Congress Hall, has
wist received a consignment ot
i.oca lager heer. It is a su
perb article and cuuuot be excelled
It' a draught beer. Oysters,
t h drops, hot andcold lunches of all
fciuds, constantly ou baud. Hive
jjiajacall. Corner Maiu anil Bi
fiueiia streets, opposite tne V. H.
Carvl'ig knives at Sutherland's,
75 Main street. 2ojy7
Hurry! hurry I Uurryl to tho I
V i.J Tney haYS received the bal
auuo of SheritT T iwney's bank
rupt stock of tif.y cases of dry
goods, boots aud shoes. Goods
will sell as cheap as before.
Spring eye needles (our own
make; at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. 2my7
Genuine Marrlau's Burton Pale
Ale ou draught ot McKeuzie ; s.
Cheap prices at Sutherland's gun
jtore, 75 Maiu street. 2my7
Razors of every make at Suther
land's gun store, 76 Main street. I
SATURDAY ..SEPT. 14, 1878
Herald Steam Printing Ilouse.
Tbe facilities or the Hikai.ii Steam
I'riuting House tor dotn< Job work are Dot
.urpassed tv California outside ot San
Kranclsco aud Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will be executed witb neat
acss and dispatch at tbe lowest living
Hereatter notices ot compaules, socie
ties, churches, etc., will only be inserted
In the HsKAtu as paid advertisements,
We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
Division of Tel ok rums and Reports tor
the henefltof Commerce and Agriculture,
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Cel., Sept. 83 1678.
Maximum Thermometer, 96
Minimum " 64.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
The steamer Orizaba Is .tue from
Sau Francisco tills morning.
Don't fail to attend Brown's auo
tion this morning, South of tbe
Purchasers at tbe Marxsen auo
tlnn will be interested in an adver
tisement which appears In our
Sailed from Wilmington, Sep
tember ] 3 lit, schooner Hayes,
Hansen, mnster, for Anaheim
There will be a special meeting
of Lot Angeles Chapter 33, R. A.
It., for work in the fifth and sixth
degrees, this evening. See notice
iv new Co-Day,
The tickets for Mr. Adams' leo.
ture ou Monday night are going off
rapidly. Oue gentleman has already
sold tony, witb promises for the
disposal of nearly as many more.
The Tumvereiu Germanla of (his
oity will give a grand exhibition
under the direction of Professor
S ider, Pacific Coast instructor of
Turners, at their hall ou Sunday,
September 23.1 i
Col. James AC. Barney, of the
Sliver King mine, and family, and
General Baxter, Medical Purveyor,
United States Army, will arrive
from Yuma this morning, eu route
to San Francisco.
We have icceived the Horlioul
turiat for September. Among
other mutter of luterest to the So
clety it contains the list of premi
um* to be awarded at the coming
Fair, together witli tho rules aud
regulations of tlie Society.
A couple of young ganUsmen of
this city, we understand, propose to
publish v Sketch B >ok of the Hor
ticultural Fair, after tlie style of
the one gotten out by the Argonaut
of the recent Mechanics' Institute
Fall, at San Francisco.
Deputy .Sheriff Cells yesterday
arrested a man named Spanish
Joe, who, he had been advised by
telegraph, had stolen a horse at
Visaliit. He also recovered the
horse, a valuable uulmal, which he
found in Souora.
It will be seen, by the advertise
ment of the Havana saloon, which
appears lv our New To-Day, that
Mr. J. Cappe, heretofore popular as
a saloon proprietor in Los Angeles,
agiin holds forth iv the elegant
quaitels lilted up by him at No. 40
Main street. Mr. Cappe will uu
doubtedly do a "land offlje" bus
We direct attention to the ad
verlisemeut of the lecture of D. M.
Adams in aid of Ihe sufferers from
yellow fever in the South. We
cheerfully and conscientiously as.
sure our readers that the pro
gramme announced in our adver
tising en! jiuns will be instructive
Tbe temperature yesterday, ac
cording to tbe report of (lie Signal
Service Observer, was 6° lower
tbau on the day before and
9* degrees lower than on Tuesday,
the llrst day of the heated term.
The spell, we hope, is now brokeu
and old So will probably relapse
into his wonted geniality.
Yesterday afternoon Henry
Cillery, a Frenchman, who has a
ranch leased uear the (Jienega, but
who lives on Alameda street, went
Into a pond on the Cieuega to bathe
and getting Into a bole was drown
ed. His remains were brought tn
his residence last evening, where
an Inquest will be held to day.
Otto Schmidt, former)} chef de
cuisine at the Hon on House, Ban
Diego, Is aonnecled witli the Cos
mopolltau restuuraut aud saloon
and will officiate at the opening to
night. From personal reuollections
of Schmidt's skill weoaU assure all
who putronlz- the establishment
Democratic clubs will shortly be
the order of the day In Los Ange
les city and county. They should
be filled to repletion, a* theycer.
tainly will he. This proposition
may be accepted as absolute gos
pel—the Republican or the Demo
cratic party will elect the next
President. Both those wbo are in
Quenreil by genultio Republican
principles and those who desire a
"change," will array themselves
against the party which has ueeu
prostituted by Qrautlem. We un
derstand tbat a splendid success
has characterized the Initial move
ment for the formation of a central
Democratic club. Keep the ball
Officer Keller, who went out on
the hills Isst evening to note the
progress of the Cahuenga fire, re
ports that it had not, so far as he
could see from his post of observa
tion, made any progress on this
side of that range. Mr. McDon
ald, who lives In tbe Pass aud who
was In town yesterday, reported
that he had beeu engaged fubtlug
the fire near his place. Should tbe
flames reach this side aud spread
aa rapidly as they have elsewhere,
It would behoove our citizens to be
up and doing, aud we would sug
gest that, lv such a dire contin
gency, it would be wise to organise
a large party tn go out and fight
tho tire. Col. Hewitt informed us
last evening that, should thelrser
vlces be required, be would furnish
ail the aid at his command. We
hope the necessity may uot arise,
but there is no barm in being pre
pared for any emergency.
As will be seen by announcement
elsewhere, Mr. Mendel Meyer,
whose efficient services have al
ways been at command iv enter
tainments for charitable, social and
religious purposes, will give a
grand concert at Turu vereln Ha 11 on
Thursday evening. September 26.h.
Mr. Meyer will be assisted by the
best amateurs of the city, includ
ing Mrs. Sirattoti, Miss Edelman,
Madame Marra, Mrs. Knell, Mad
ame Rei 6, Mr. Hasselman, Prof.
P osnuules, Prof. Arevalo, Sefior
Aisaga, the Wangsman Brothers,
Messrs. Koch aud Ouuther, the
zllhern players; Walter Moore,
Geo. Gard and Prof. Knell. We
tiust our citizens will turu nut eu
masse aud make Mr. Meyer a fit
ting aoknowledgment for the many
services he has rendered.
Mr. A. J. Piakatoue, the special
agent of the Sacramento Record-
Union, Is iv our city cauvasslng
for tbat valuable Journal. The
Record-Union proposes, during the
Coming session of the Constitu
tional Convention, to give full aud
exhaustive reports of Its proceed
ings. It will make a specialty of
the Convention, and wears Justi
fied In assuming, from its previous
history iv such matteia, that it will
lead all other California Journals
lv the amplitude aud accuracy of
its work. All our business men
should subscribe for Ihe Record-
Union at, least for Hie period cov
ered by tlie sessions nf the Conven
Tickets for Mr. Adams's lecture on
next Monday eveniug for the bene
tit of the yellow fever sufferers can
beobtaluedat tbe following busi
ness places- Lewlu 4c Co., Phil
Hirschfeld (successor to Upbara &
RaeJ, S. Hellman, St. Charles Ho
lei, Preuss'a aud Helnzman & Kl
ha'e drug store*, Duustunor & Gll
more, Duusmoor Bros., Wangeman
Broa.'s Music Store and S. Stoll's
A Showman's Troubles.
An attachment was put upou the
band-wagon of Wood's Laat Sons*
lion yesterday by Los Angeles par
ties, to satisfy a personal claim of
$170 against the manager. A gen
eral misunderstanding arose out of
the attachment, which nearly re
sulted in au unpleasant fracas. A
partial compromise was effected by
>caving the wagon In tbe charge of
a keeper. Au effort was being
made to-day for the release of tbe
detained vehicle, the remainder of
tha caravan having haying de
parted early this morning eu route
for Lompoc. It appears that tbe
Los Augeles attachment had been
resting upon the wagon all day
yesterday, aud later a prior claim
was set up iv behalf of other par
ties, whether "straw" men or real
ones, is doubtful. S >m» time dur
ing the night Wood noti
fied Constable Phillips that,
despite the attachment, he meant
to move out wtih his whole
force and take his "traps" early
this morning. Phillips according
ly, at about 12 or 1 o'clock last
uight, went to ibe showground io
take the band wagou away, when
resistance aud a row being threat
ened by Wood's employes, who
■wore that tbe property should not
leave the ground uniil their claims
for wages had been satisfied, the
constable called upon City Marshal
Seavey and his officers to protect
him In the execution of his duty.
The Marshal, wbo was already on
the ground, responded to the call,
and commanded tbe peace. To
avoid a disturbance, however, he
luterposed his advice that the diffi
culty be compromised by leaving
the wagon lv charge of a keeper
until Hie question of precedence of
attachment was decided, or the
claims mherwise settled. This waa
finally done, and thus was averted
what at oue time threatened to be
a bloody row. — Santa Barbara
A New Wharf Projected.
Mr. Ivar A. Weld, a well known
citizen, sends a letter to tbe Out'
look proposing to revive the scheme
for a wharf at South Santa Monica
whioh was well under way at one
time, and only abandoned because
of the more important railroad and
wharf eutetprise Inaugurated by
Senator Jones. Mr. Weld, In his
The location for a wharf at South
Sauta Monica has already been pro
nounced preferable to any other
point In that vicinity, by compe
tent parties, and there are those
who believe that the "borer"
wblch recently attacked the Rail
road C imp iiiy's wharf witb such
unbound■ d Voracity Is much less
mischievous at South Santa Mon
ica, and could, with a little coax*
lug, be brought to behave himsell
as well as in any other locality on
Ihe Coast where wharves are not
abandoned, even after the Win
ter storms have torn away tbe lasi
pile. Should the bualuess men
and the farming community of
L«s Angeles couuty pome to the
conclusion that au Independent
outlet to the ocean—controlled and
owned by the people—ls a necessi
ty, there is certainly no better lo
cation than at South Sauta Monica;
aud t hereby authorize you to of
fer toauy organization, so formed,
a water frontage at least tbree
hundred feet, together witb all
necessary and reasonable accom
modations for warehouses, etc.,
free of charge, so long as the same
Is conducted iv tbe luterest of tbe
The San Bernardino Fire.
[From the Times.]
This morning (Thursday) an
alarm of Are was given by a man
wbo rushed out of Kenulston &
Brateltnu's stable. Immediately
It was seen that tbe back part ol
the stable, consisting of a frame
building filled with bay, wag in
flames. All bands commenced
looalug the horses and remnviuit
tbe carriages, and, thanks to tbeli
exertions, nearly all the auimale
and Vehicles were saved. It was
soon seen that ibere was no hope ol
saving the buildings on both shies
of tbe stable, anil tbe etreet was
Immediately filled with men en
gaged in emptylug the stores on
ihe north aide uf Third si reel, ami
piling tbelr contents iv indescriba
ble confusion on tbe opposite side
of tbe way as soon as emptied
Tbe stores were closed, aud every
precaution taken to prevent tbe
spread of the Are, but lv less Mint
thau It takes us to tell It the llr.
bud spread ou both sides and in
the rear, ami all the build
ings surrounding Ibe stable were
In flames. McDonald's brick build
ing caught, and the Are spread
thence to Winkler's and down that
side to Suhi's, where it v. as.otopped
after burning tbe outbuildings and
scorching that block on the north.
It cleared out all tbe buildings aa 1
to and Including John McL'all'r
blacksmith shop whete, thanks to
v small force pump In the rear of
Mr. Allison's place, which was
worked witb vigor, Its progress was
stayed. In the meautime two
thirds of the buildings on theblooh
were in flames, witb every prospeci
tbat the conflagration would spread
to the entire block, but with the
herculean efforts of the workerr
wbo bad gathered in hundreds,
seconded by the protection afforded
by tbe high brick walls or Subr'e
building, it was stopped iv that di
rection. Byrne's corner was the
last to succumb. Had it not been
for tbe wooden addition 011 the
uorth of tbe main building It would
have escaped Injury but ll was soon
seen that it was useless to attempt
to save tbe building and work was
at once commenced iv tbe way ol
getting out tbe goods.
The total losses will not fall short
of $100,000, and tbe insurance car
ried, so far as we can ascertain iv
the general confusion which pre
vails, ia as follows: M. Byrue, on
stock, $9,000 in Norwich Union and
Royal, of Liverpool; A. K'er, on
buildings, $5,000 lv New Zelaud;
Dr. Campbell, on stock, $1,000 In
Hamburg Magdeburg, aud also for
$500 In Loudon and Liverpool and
(ilobe; W. Hurd, on building, $750
In Home, of New York; Keiiuision
& Brazleion, $7,500 In Liverpool,
London aud Globe; Aug. Winkler,
$2,500 In Liverpool, Loudon aud
Globe; Wm. McDonald, on build
ing and stock, $4,100, company uu
known; Frank Rothe, on Man Ber
nardino Chop House, $250 In Lon
don and Liverpool aud Globe;
Kurlz A Me.-, on building, $2,000 In
London aud Liverpool aud QH»tw>j
I. R Brunu, on liquor stock, $750
In Etna. Van Dorln & Lehman
are also Insured, as are most of the
other parties who bave been dam*
aged. Afewcarrled no insurance
aud their losses will be total.
Nearly every building in tbe bus
iness part of town is more or less
damaged either from tire or water,
and it was only by the most stren
uous exertions that the buildings
on the south side of the street es
caped. The dry goods stores were
emptied of blankets vlilnii were ,
kept continually wet and every yes
sel In which water could be carried
was pressed into service. Farus
wortb'a corner was despaired of for
some time, but by dint of hard lab
or, was finally snatched from the
flames. Over thirty buildings,
some of I hem the best In town, are
vow a smouldering heap of ashes
and the oily has a funereal appear
ance. This, following immediate
ly on tbe beeis nf our last great Are
of a week since, leaves us lv a ruin
ed and dejected plight.
The Are originated In a manure
heap In which a lot of hay had
been thrown, and which was Ignit
ed by spontaneous combustion.
The fact that a small force pump,
throwing a half-Inch stream of wa
ter, was sufficient to stay tbe pro
gress of the flames to the north and
In all probability saved the South
ern Hotel and all the buildings be
low It, shows what could bave been
done had we pnsse-sed proper ap
pliances for lighting the Are.
Itiairles 4'onra s»oltica J.
Friday, Sept. 13.
Los Angeles Cliy vs. Melius et
al.—All demurrers of all defend
Plummer vs. Alexander—Remit
titur affirming Judgment Hied, aud
judgmeut ordered to enter accord
Thistlewaite vs. Taylor et al.—
Leave granted to Ale amendment
to cross-complaint and answer of
Florentine Mining Company, party
Pitt et al vs. La"ey—Leave
granted lo amend oro-s complaint.
Rose et al vs. Flood—Complaint
of plalutlS amended; default of
defendant entered, proof heard and
decree ordered as prayed for.
Comity fours STEPHENS, ).
Friday, Sept. 18.
Geo. Williamson vs. M. D. Hare
—Motion of defense fur uou-sult
grained. Judgmeut for defendant
for his costa.
City Tax Levy.
The following tax levy was or
dered l>y the City Council yester
Interest and Sinking Fund, It. 8., 1878 20
■ • •« •• Depot, '74 05
'• School, '72 10
~ ii 'I '70 2a
.i •> '• Sewer, '77 03
• i •• •■ IrrUstioa '77 10
lot. and SluV. Fund, Seo'd Series, '78 0>
Cash Fund 30
I brary Fund g
Mam hew r Fund IJ
Oas Fund *>
Piro Department Fund 10
Street hprinkbng Fnnd 10
Schools 17, reduced to 10
sal ry Fund • ■ ■ 10
This, ova total valuation of f6,
--947,580, gives a tax of $114,788.
ra.iM JUtJßoa,Olt.l»nT»*aißßnN'a rasa
script ok aacoßDS,ssft. Is, lava.
Maigaret F Bnutnn to Elisabeth Bon -
ton-Lots It, l«, 17, 18, U and 20, In blfc B,
and has 8,8,10 and 11, blk D, In Moreno
Vineyard iract. Los Angeles city: it.
Guadalupe Knoba to MKuel Leonli—
Ranoho(alabasa. oonialnlnK about 660
acres, In Rancbo I as Vlrglni-s; ti'Q
SAN FRANCISCO BTOCK AND MX
BAn Peasciioo. Sept. 13
Ophir HetnH 1 Nevxil 17IK»'81!
Helton 6ft»t>oH 't»h SOsJSi
• ll 205J21 Bullion Ult&iHt
Bft il iiS-Kl icbMiuer
ultorais llsailsj Bag Bel -..45313
»v»K> lu)<®2 Tormsu 190 8*
'on v» iasu> 8 'nstioe. 11 feign
Jholltr 46048 Succor 3X91 80
i ft n 18)40 8»j union. 11 01 IN
Point, ivtiw ult tlta 1901H4.
-/40!4)a Lady Bryan.. 3X03 as
Imperial — 1 l«»l 16 mil* 00c fe
Knntuck B*o* ra pd. nls 4 2 <*4
Upha I6!i® 0 Baltimore . J 0001 5 .
tf-lcner i/<»i a bill « 0103 43
Oonli lei,ce.. 11® <X
HAN FRANOInCO, Sept. IS
B*K °94 901 Oriental 2fe(t<!«
51..4 M. Belvldere .20.2
Jaekaou \:m»y. Uhaiuplon |C
v- lmout—6So4 SajMuao.'.
leopard l«i«t su Con Pac... _l tOallt
J. f1W0u......... _..8 U While 7416k
1 Bade 34,0,0 i--ed« l«l^S
vianhatutu _.7 sitting Bull ...... 1
ii Pri5e......... 6H >cc dental ]<al 20
>rgenta. — 1 übo2 • P ish-ridaiOfeAg H
Navajo 1 <>Uj,l 20 dome.iake 10
liideueuu'e—......is 1. Waahn 1*0344
Hamburg 3V Aurora _....._.2G
Hill Hide «K9>S Ward 1 gaai .
Highbrl.ii. — iSi 15 N Con Va 10317
Hodie- 2.'Kra32 Mngstar <HS|t>
Becbuii —OfK Peytona tT*\
Hogs— >ttW'H Bantou JtOfjo
summit ..1 it* Heady Su. *i
Butwcr UHajltl Vermont IS3UK,
syudloat«.._ — il Key.t.iuo a
Aurora 1' -24i.,i|v 4 seuip.ou »i 0.3
Encouragement for the Feeble.
So long as the falling embers or vitali
ty are capable ut being icaia iled into a
farm aud genial K'ow,Juat so long then
is hope or tbe weak aud eroaolatsd in
valid. LethlmnO', therefore, Ut-auond
but derive encouragement from this and
I'rum me further faut that there is a re
-lorative m ,»t potent lv renewing the
dilapidated powers of a broken down
system. Yes, thanks to ita unexampled
tonic vlriues, Hoaletter'a Si. tuach Bit
ters la dally reviving smngtu In ibe
oodteaaud hnpa in tbe minds of tha lee
ble and nervous. Appetite, refreshing
sleep, the acqu.sliton of fle v and color
ars ble»s>&js aitendaut Ujaiu too repara
tive processes whlcb this prti-aleas lnvlg
>r .in speedily Initiate, and carries lo a
sucees-ful ootioiuslon. Diges.lon la re.
dored,ih» blood fertilised and i-uste
nance atr.uded to each 1110-sustalnlng of*
Bitters, wblch la Inoffensive
even to the feminine palate, vegetable lv
composition an 1 thoroughly Bale, Use
it, and regain vigorl
One of the Brightest Charms
iifafalrfao- Is a flno aot of tn ■th. The
ladles, being fully alivo to this f >ct, pat'
r .nlie HUZUDuNT Id prefers cc to any
■ther deo.ifriee,since they know by et.
perlence that It preaarvas ltae no other
the pristine whlteueas and cleanlluoss
ut tue leeth, and makes a uatur.tliy
sweet brea h addltioually rracrant. It Is
oneof ihe privileges of the oeau rex 10
look lovely, and tbat proportion of It
wblch ustagiiZjDUNT haa learned that
ihe article con rlbutea la no small <!••
'o tho end In viaw. All druggists
Must, Will and Shall
Give the Greatest Bar*
gains Ever Known in Dry
Goods, Clothing, Gents'
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
for the Next Thirty Days.
Call Early, as you will find
it to your greatest advan
«9 main St., Under tne
Lafayette Hotel. J27:im
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Slock of Auction Goods
IN TUB CITY.
BL -JR. BROWN,
Auction and Commission Mercbaut,
Two doors east ot old stand, on Court St.,
Sou,h of Court House.
asrltezular Sites on Saturdays, from »
A. M. till 4P. v. Special sales made at
any time or place. Cash paid for all
Reference, hy permission: ft. E. Hyde,
President Bank orVlsalla; E. v. Speuce,
CashlerComuierclal Bank, L. A.
sl2tf H. It. BROWN, Auctioneer.
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIQNOItET'S
Cardona Block, 1 IS Main St.,
Opposite tbe Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aa-Prescriptions prepared with great
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Wblch ware heretofore reserved by Olas
sell A Cbansrian, are now ottered for sale
or rent, start AI LHO Alt DEPOT VERY
Apply IoCAPT.OLASSELL.In Temple
Block, Los Angeles, or M. F. PARKER,
ON ALISO STREET.
D. MAHL9TEDT PROPRIETOR.
Sold br the barrel, keg and bottle, aud
delivered lo any pari or the city.
Notice of Removal.
Has removed nls Freight and Transfer
Offloa from no Main street to
IN O. t> MARKET ST.
jB5 2 $idO r £mpfa worth's*
•ree. STiaoa A Co.. Povtland, Ma.
A. McKEN ZI £,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. t% H. W. Cathervvood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICK«ON, DeWOLF
<* Co., Sau Fraudsco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from LoalaTllle, Ky.,by tbe Bottb
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey
English Ales and Porter.
Is provided with tbe purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
pouted Havana ciqajrs.
sW ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Mala street, near Court. Loa Angeles
The Steams Ranchos,
ll latC KOBINMU3I, Trustee,
»*» Market aa.. Man FrauseMco, 4,'al.
iit\ 11/1/1 ACRES OF LAND FOI,
O V, \J\J\J sale, lo lota to suit, suit
aide for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
lmes.Flgs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
.uples, Pears, Alb Ufa, Corn, Itye, Barlay,
..lax. Ramie, Cotton, etc, and also mam
thnnaand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water Is abundant ai an average
depth of sis feet from the surface. Oval.
most every aire of this land PLOWQIO
ARTESIAN WhXljs can be obtained, art
tbe more elevated portions can be Irri
gated by the water of the Santa Ana rlvei.
Most of these lands are naturally moist
requiring ouly good cultivation to prodnci
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In
one, two and three years, with lv per ceu
I will take pleasure In showing tbest
lands to parties seeking laud, wbo ar
Invited to oorae and ses thi« extenslv
tract before purchasing alMwhera.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim. Loa Angeles county. Dm. 24.
RARE CHANCE FOR d
70 Acersin the Azusa-Duari
Water Rights Perfect an
FARM HOUSE, BARN A COl
RAL ON PREMISES.
■•-FIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUT
five years' growth. Also, variety of Fru
Trees between tbe walnuts.
TERMS MODERATE. Apply perso
ally or by letter to
A. J. HORN,
mr2tf Postmaster at El Monte.
FRUIT DRYER CO
CAPITAL 3TQCK. SIOO.OOO.
Are now prepared to furnish
THE WALTER FRUIT D»rE
And sell Si ATE and COUNTY RIGHI
on very wnsral terms.
Fruit Bowers will take notice that »
Lu.k-iCo. and Luke Hres.vlnh .1 Ci
.'e using t he Walter Fruit Dryer on 1 he
laima at Han Jose,and pronounce Ibe 1
tbe best fruit dryers now In use,
Price of Dryers, $350 to #7 vH
Call attheofllceof TH\YER AGRA
HAM. and see model nt this maehli-e.
T. C. WALTER, President.
J. H. MAYN ARD, S.cretary.
aS*Communications should be ad
dr-saad to UKOROE A. WILLIAMS
Agent. 29 -pring 'treet. I.os Angeles.
prinolpal Office-"* Oalifoiula stjoct
San Francisco. "■ K!w
RuDottom RanoH for Sale,
This valuable property, containing
EI<»KTY-HIX ACRES, one of the most
eligible to Investors In Southern falllnr
nla,ls lorsale. Good litis and abucd
anca of water. Ills tn th- heart of Jaw
beautiful and productive Mo Jose \ al
ley, thirty miles from Loa Augeles.
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures,
ALSO. FOR SALE.
A HARK BARGAIN Is presented. 11l
health, and a desire to give my wire a
change orsnene and air. are «>e motives
which lnduo« me to sail.
mVllot'f"" 1 W. ggrgrtOM.
For Santa Monica.
A COVERED CARRIAGE IS N" w
RUNNING DAILY BETWEF-"
Los Angeles A Santa Monica.
Sailing at the hotels »t 7 each morning.
FARE, FIFTY CENfS
gatrordarscanbeleft %* tbe American
Called for and delivered to any pari
of tbe city, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St
orders oan be left at «.« >>"<>»:''»™ ( 0(
Mr. Ham Hellman. Spring at.
NEW TO DAY. »'
TO THE PD/BLIC.
Iv reply to the libelou. article olroulated by tbo editor ot La M
forma ou August SOth last, th, following statement, bting th, aoUmt
oondiHon of the Parmer.' and Merchant,' Bank of Lo, A ng.!„ .73
=lo»e of business ou Saturday, August Met, 1678, It, by the order o*
the Board nf Trustee, of said Bank, given to tbe public:
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
Farmers'and Merchants' Bank of' - •---MS
At tbe close of buslnag., Saturday, Auguat
Cash oo hand
Cash with correspondent's^
nL l i! b N , nt Gold B *" k - 8» n Franolsco $,
Bank of California, Sau FraiKJlapo... J
London dt. Han Francisco Ban* (Lluii-~.i1,a. F.
Agency of Bank of California, jY.w York"..*:
Total Cash ~*
Loan, and discounts
Bouds and warrants """""
Bank building **""
Vaults and flxt urea... '7.'.!7.'.'."7.'.'.'.'.'.'"i ll'
Real estate, taken in foreclosure of mort|<a*g«.!!."
X.T A BILITIES
Capital, paid up in gold
Surplus aud undivided profits
Divideuds unpaid-., "
Due depositors .~.„T^Z7JT"^ **~"
E. *0. E. Los Angele., August 31st, 1873
J. V. WAOSTT)
We have examined the books and count»d t'je
correct as per this statement.
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F. G. HA INN A & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOd ANCEX
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