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rlntlng, Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
I tinted at low rates.
1 oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
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Other slzps iv proportion.
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Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under tho White House.
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife ara located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman aud la
dies will be waited upon by persous
•f their own sex. novHtf
Tlie dry goods and novelty store
-f Charles Prager, fit No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
soit to the ladles of Los Angeles.
Mr. I'ruger ha 9 one of the most ox
tensive and recherohS stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
and there Is absolutely uotbing
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not be found in his
store. Ho lias been guided in his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of the requirements of this section,
•.rud tho latest fashions and novel
lies may be at all times Inspected
at No. 5 Commercial street. Give
trim a call. my 7
Miss Margaret Kirwln has bought
out Moore's Lodging House ou the
corner of First aud Wilmington
streets and will coiiiluuh to keep it
in first clafs stylo. Wm. Moore
will still be connected with the
house us manager. A continuance
of custom is solicited. au2B 2w
Beer has a Falstatlliau effect, ns
Henry Weil, tlie brewer of the
Philadelphia Brewery, will testify.
Gold beer makes muscle aud lut,
And aU the regular patrons ol the
Philadelphia Brewery are strong
and healthy. It makes the sick
well and the healthy stronger;
physic is unnecessary and doctors
are played out, if you use the Phil
adelphia beer. Leave orders at the
brewery or .-cud them by mail. De
livered free to any part of the city.
A. T. McDoNOUOH, late of 39
.Spring street, has just opened the
ACilts OF FASHION ut No. 12, Tem
ple street, wheie he will be pleased
to meet bis old customers and tho
public in general, to whom, ns be
fore, he guarantees the most stylish
and beat fitting clothes to be had
in the city.
Fishing tackle and cutlery at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, lie
lUeua street, near Main, opposite
■Jm United BUtes Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies aud will be
jarrieU on in a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladle*, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
aud receive prompt and respectful
Attention. Oysters in every style,
ihrltnps, tea, coil'ep, etc., constantly
n baud. Joe Bayer.
The Messrs. Lips, Craiguo dj Co.
i*ve aiadu arrangements torece've
Monthly cargoes of the famous Ph.
B»st Brewing Company's export
Ug>*r beers. These beers are made
ii Milwaukee and bottled by the
Messrs. Stauim & Meyer. The
arstofthe cargoes arrived yester
day, consisting of an entire load.
Tlie Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arraugemeut, are
enabled to oiler special advantages
to purchasers. The first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer at tlie Ceuteuuiel Expo
sltlou, ut the Wisconsin Stute Fair,
held ut Milwaukee, aud ut tile
Inter-State Fair held at Chicago.
1 inapt "1
iv it Arrived.
A shipment of Guinness' Extra
STOUT, direct from Liverpool, lv
pints and quarts.
127 Main street, Fouet building,
Los Angeles. au2l-tf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
|ust received a consignment ot
UOM lager beer. It is a su
perb article ami cuuuot he excelled
is a drought beer. Oysters,
sin imp*, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on baud. Give
him a cull. Corner Main and Re
qtieua streets, opposite ttie U. S.
Carving knives at Sutlierlana's,
76 Mum street. 2my7
Hurry! hurry! hurry! to the I
X L! Tney have received the bal
ance of Sheriff Towney's bank
rupt stock of fifty cases of diy
goods, boots and shoes. Goods
will sell its aheap as before.
spring eye needles (our own
make) at Sutherland's gun store,
73 Main street. 2my7
Razors of every make at Suther-
gun store, 75 Main street. 2
3>TX&. OF liftßl FoUD,
UNION INSUB -N' 1 B4W
Poltoios lssttrd air*
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sImPAY SEPT. 15, 1878.
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WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams anil Reports for
the henefltof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Oil.. Sept. 14. 1878.
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tlES A.m. S B ii6 ftO Calm 0 Clear
1:50 P.M. 8T !3 W 8 Pair
<:I5p. m 29 88 70 7ft -B 2 Clear
Maximum Thermometer, 00
Minimum " 64.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
Catbolic Cathedral. — Main atreet,
below KlrHt. First Mass at BA. M.; last
mass, at 10 A. m. ; Catechism at 2.3(1 P. «.;
vespers at 7 p. m.
Old Catholic Church. — Opposite
the Plaza. First mass at 6:30 A. M.: sec
mio mass at 7 a.m.; lastmassut9A.il.;
Catechism at 3 p. M.; vespers at 4 p. m.
St. Athaxaisius Episcopal Church.
— Corner of Temple and New Hish
streets. Itev. Wm. H. Hill, Rector. Ser
vices at 11 a, M. und 7:45 p.m. Sunday
Sohool at 12'X, M. Seats free, and all cor
Fort st. M. E. Cnußcn. — Bev. George
S.HlcUi-y, Pastor. Preaching at 11 a.m..
an d 7p. m. Sabbath School at V/, p. m
Class meeting Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
Trinity M. E. Church South.—Spring
stroot, between First and Second. Rev.
Millard Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sabbaih at 11 a. M. nnd 7 p. m. Sun
day School 9:30 a.m. Prayer meeting 7:15,
every Wednesday evening.
Baptist Church.—Spring street, be
tween Fourth und Fifth sttoe s. Services
at 11 A. and 7 P. M. Sunday School
directly after morning service seats free,
and the publio are cordially Invited.
Prayer meetings Thursday evenings.
Presbyteriax Church.—Rev. T. M.
Cunningham. J>. 13. services at Good
templars' Hall, every Sunday at II a. m.
and 7X p. M. Sunday School Immediately
ufter morning service.
First Conoreoational Church. —
New High street Rev. D. T. Faoaard,
Pastor, services at 11 a. m. and 7p. M.
Sunday School at li>s. All are cordially
Unitarian Services — Union Hall,
Spring sneet. Rev. John D.Wells, Min
ister. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m.
Sunday Schocl afiornoon at 12:15. Seats
free. All are cordially Invited.
Church ok Christ.—Preaching in the
Court House by thePaiU.r, John C Hay.
at 11 a. m and 7p. it. Sunday School at
10 a. M.
Evangelical Lutheran Church—
Rev, A. oleyer, Paster—services In Union
Ball cv,-ry su iday at 10:M A. M. and 7:30
p. m. Suudiiy School at 9:30 A. h.
Major B. C. Truman left yester
day for suorametito.
The steamer Orizaba leaves for
San Francisco Monday evening.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. J.
B. Smith, of the Western Union
telegraph oilli'e, Is confined to the
house by illness.
The Cathedral choir will sing
Mozirt's Seventh Mass lv B flat
at the half-past 10 o'clock service
Major Hancock, who came in
from the Brea ranch yesterday, re
ports the brush fires in tbe Caliuen
ga about burned out.
Madame P.met has donated a
handsome cabinet Florence sewing
maaliiiic, to be ruffled off at the
coming Orphans' Fair.
The Clerk of the Supremo Court,
Mr. Wonif, who has been in Los
Angeles for Hie past week, left yes
terday overland for San Francisco.
This is v good year for Los Auge
les studs. Both the stables of Mr.
Bos* and Mr. Tillany have carried
off substantial honors in contests
Pure milk, fleet) supply, five
cents per quart; bread and milk,
ten oent*; coffee and doughnuts,
ten cents; at the Milk Depot, Tem
Arrived at Wilmington, Septem
ber 14th, steamer Newport, Hay
ward, muster, from Sau Francisco,
with 150 tons of meruhauuise for S.
P. it. R.
Los Angeles people at Sau Fran
cisco hotels ou the 13th: J. Mackey,
International, S. J. Smith, Cosmo
nolltan; H. Burdiok aud wife,
Rev. D. T, Packard has closed
his pastoral connection witli the
Congregational Church of this
pluce. He will, however, preach
t iere to-dt,y us usual.
Col. J. J. Ayers, of the Exigent,
leaves for Sacramento Monday
to tako part iv tlie proceedings of
the Constitutional Convention. He
goes by the steamer.
Mr. Courtwright, unarmed with
setting fire to the brush iv the
Santa Monica range, was arraigned
before Justice Boott at Santa Mon
ica the other day. Ho plead guilty
and wits lined 223.
Dr. Luppo has written to Post
master Dunkelberger, uuder date
of the Otli Inst., that he had se
cured a pass at Ogdeii uiid would at
once proceed to St. Louis, where he
doubtless lias arrived.
The Buker and Hellnian blocks
are rapidiy approaching comple
tion. The former la receiving its
last touches of stuooo and the lat
ter will be in readiness for the see
-ions of the Supreme Court in Oc
Mr. Weeks, a young gentleman
who has be' n residing in Los An
•eli s for some time past, Is out In
the neighborhood of Tucson, in
-pectlng a miue with a view 10
Tbe story published in yester
day's Evening Express, describing
the attempted elopement of two
respectably connected young girls
—their ages were respectively 13
and 14 years—is good as a sensa
tion, but Is sadly wanting In truth
in several importaut particulars.
They did not, "as a parting salve
to their consciences" go to a priest
to make confession, but, realizing
the indiscretion of their conduct,
they called upon Father Verdaguer,
informed him of what they had
done and asked him to intercede
for them. Father Peter left tbe
girls at his residence and informed
Chief Harris of their wbereabuu.r,
whence they were taken from hie
residence, not from the cars, to
their homes, from which they Iran
uever been absent a night, and
where they have been slnoe. This
all occurred Monday, September
Dr. Edwards, who had the mis
fortune to start the Are which
oaused so much damage in the Si
erra Madre, was placed under ar
rest yesterday. He states that lie
bad a twenly-aore field that In
wished to clear of brush, and, as a
precautionary measure, he cleared
about 80 feet wide on the wind
ward elite. A few minutes aftet
the fire bad been started, the wind
changed, and, as aeons, queuce, the
flames spread In a direction con
trary to bis expectations. The
great mistake of Dr. Edwards was
in attempting to clear his land in
A rumor was current in the city
yesterday that Under Sheriff Wm
R. Rowland, while engaged In
fighting the brush Are on Friday
night bad been overcome by heat
and dropped dead. Sheriff Mitch
ell, in order to allay the anxiety ol
Mr. Rowland's friends, sent a tele
gram to El Monte, to which be re
ceived the following answer, last
evening: H. M. Mitchell—Rumor
false. Was brought here by a
druuken man from Los Angeles.
(Signed) B. S. Bryant.
There is a promineut apostle or
temperance hereabouts whose nose
is slowly but surely assuming an
erubesceut hue. We should not be
surprised, in I line, at the appear
ance of a strawberry of the Bar
dolph order thereon. And yet we
honestly bel'eve that, the "Little
Brown Jug" has nothing to do
with this manifestation, and that
tbe brother lv question has in
dulged in no stronger potations
than teu and coffee.
On Tuesday last, our leaders will
remember, the residence of Mr. W.
S. Myers, upon which be held a
p-ilicy of iosuranee In the £tna of
Hartford, of which Mr.VV. J. Brod
rlck Is agent, was destroytd by
Are. The loss was at once a< justed
and ou Friday—just three days
alter the Are—the money wi s paid
over, thus enabling Mr. Mj ers, If
he s > desires, to c unmet oe re
building within a week.
There is a blessed and most
grateful change iv tho weather.
Wo are no longer required to be
Salamanders, tlie mercury having
dropped back from ten to twelve
degrees. We may all be happy yet
If tbe caloric which has tinged the
horizon and embittered every wak
ing hour subsides at this rate.
We overheard an Easterner re
mark, on the occasion of Postmas
ter General Key's visit to Los An
geles, that this is tbe only place
where we know how to treat Wash
ington officials. We detail au ex
tra foroe of the police to watch
them aud preserve our goods and
Judge N. Levering reports that
he bad great difficulty in fighting
the fire at ills bee ranch, in
Holmes's Canon. Mr. Holmes,
with tlie aid of his neighbors,
saved his bouse by tearing down
bis stable and hen-house, tbe ma
terial of whloh caught fire and
The lecture of Mr. D. M. Adams,
at Good Templars' Hall, Monday
night, in aid of tbe sufferers from
tbe yellow fever at the South, will
be large.y attended. His subjeot is
a moat interesting one and it will
oe handled with ability and
We eucouutered Mr. Taylor, of
tlie Emigrant mine, Inyo county,
In Los Angeles yesterday. Mr. T.
informs us that his miue Is devel
oping capitally aud that the Modoc
and other mines thereabouts are
liable to show notable Improve
A gentleman reported yesterday
that apples on tbe sunny aide of
lbs trees on Mr. Hunter's place
had been cooked by the recent hot
weather. We have no intention of
doubting his veracity, but then—
the proof of the pudding is in
chawing the bag.
We learn from tbe Yuma Sen
tinel of yesterday that General
Sherman is probably now some
where iv the Territory of Arizona,
between Wingate and Presoott.
He will return to Washington via
1 Vuma aud San Francisco.
Mr. It. C. McPbersou, of the Pico
Canon oil field, was in town yes
terday. A little bird whispers to
us that striking developments will
be reported from that section before
Members of Confidence Engine
Company No. 2 are notified by ad
vertisement, under New To-Day,
to report at the engine house in lull
unirorm at 1:80 P. M., sharp to-mor
Amongst tlie victims of the re
cent mountain (ires is an ex-typo—
Gordon. Tbls grizzled Granger
loses some four hundred dollars
which he had Invested In bees and
The East Side Ditch.
Editor Herald:—lf the genius
who saw tbn jackrabbit drink dry
the East-side ditob will now visit
tbat locality he will see corn, Irri
gated from that dlioh, as green as
himself, but no jack bigger.
The subjoined items are from tbe
Yuma Sentinel, ot tbe 14th Inst.:
A young man named Slmros, a
printer in tbe office of the Silver
Belt, was shot and mortally
wounded at Qlobe, last week, by a
Mr. Jones, late of Prescott. The
people were much excited over it.
A friend writes us from Qlobe,
September sth, that tlie couutry it
flooded aud the river still rising.
No mails fur two weeks; letters
scut by express to I'lcnet Post.
Tbe country looks beautiful; every
thing greeu and looking finely.
He thinks, like everybody elae,
t bat the Stonewall Jackson Is tbe
largest thing, at present depth, ot
any mines on the oontlnent. The
McCormick mine looking big, not
only for silver but for gold.
Pioket Post, Pinal county, has
bad tbe hardest rain ever known
there- Tbe water In Queen creek
rose fifteen feet in ball au hour. A
number of adobe bouses were
washed down and other damage
was done. No harm was dune to
the Silver King quartz mill, exoept
that its well was filled up with sed
iment and work was stopped foi
about twelve hours. The creeks
are now so well filled In that neigh
borhood that no wells will be
needed for a long time to come.
Three thousand seven hundred
and forty pounds of shoes, shawls
and other merchandise in four
pound packages, mostly for Tucson,
were received hero by mail on
Wednesday morning. When tbe
roads are good such loads ot mail
matter are easily transported; but
when half tbe roads are under
water, they Impose a heavy tax on
contractors. However, the law
clearly gives the right to mall
such packages, and its accommoda
tion to the people is au Immense
A marked Improvement in tbe
channel of the Colorado river has
been effected by the steamboat com
pany, at trifling expense. Tbe
river bad deposited so much sedi
ment at the ship-yard, this year,
thatlt was impossible to get steam
ers on or off the ways. A small
wing-dam was made of brush and
sand, which turned the current and
has already made fair water at tbe
ways. Tbe significance at this in
cident lies in.the showing of how
easily tbe Government cau cause
to be made permanent Improve
ments or the channel of tbe Colo
A reconnolssance, under the aus
pices of tbe Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe Railroad Company, Is
being made from tbe Rio Grande,
near Alamito, to the Gila river,
down this stream to Camp Thomas,
aud thence to the line of tbe South
ern Pacific road. Much has been
written of tbe sharp compelltlyn
for Arizona trade that will soon be
made by the A., T. & S. F. road as
It progresses into New Mexico.
But, unfortunately,tbe togograpby
of that country throws tbe railroad
continually to the eastward, fur
ther from Arizona, and towards tbe
Rio Grande valley, as tlie road
progresses to the southward. The
above mentioned reconnolssance is
evidently being made with a view
to determining to what extent can
be overcome this obstacle to secur
ing Arizona freights.
Very Much Married.
He bad been in the habit of
standiug on the curbstone, in front
of the church, after service, and
waiting for his girl. As he prided
himself greatly upon bis politeness
in public places, he invariably,
even after tbelr betrothal, stepped
up to ber, and, dotting his hat, re
quested permission to see ber
Tbe first time they went to
church together after they were
married, tbey were unable to se
cure seats together. This, howev
er, did not worry him. He secured
a seat for hie wife, and at once
sought bis old quarters by the
stove, and among some of his old
After service was over, he ab
sent-mindedly walked with tbe
hoys and took his old stand on tbe
curbstone. With flashing eyes and
glowing cheeks out came his Wife.
She would have passed him in in
dignant silence had he not
stepped up to bsr as of yore, and
raisiug bis bat, said: "Miss L, may
I have tbe pleasure of walking with
He had tbe pleasure of knowing
that he was very much married,
when she exclaimed:
"You Idiotic fool, put on your
hat and come along!"
The Picacho Mine.
Aii offer of $150,000 cash, was
made last week by Sao Francisco
parties to Mr. David Neahr for bis
Picacbo gold miue and flfteen
stamp quartz mill near Cblmney
Peak, some twenty miles up tbe
river from Yuma. 1 lie offer was
refused; and negotiations are pend
ing for offering Mr. Neahr a price
commensurate with the value of tbe
property. Tbe mine displays no
streaks of phenomenally rich
quartz, like the Bodle and some
otber rich mines; but development
has discovered prodigious masses of
quai tz|tbat yield handsome returns,
aa Mr. Neahr says, he has got more
pay-rock In sight now than his
mill can crush lv his life time. Tbe
mine is like the largest we bear of,
in the Black Hills country. It can
be distinctly traced for over twenty
miles northwest, out on the Cali
fornia Desert; and easily to the
southeast, to tbe Pot-Hole, Lagu
na, aud toward the rich placer
ground near Gila City. The mill
Is situated ou the bauk of the Colo
rado river; easy of acoess for sup
plies, fuel, etc. The mine lies a
few aslles off, the road to tbe mill
being good and down-hill all the
way. A wire tramway would de
liver ore at an expense per ton
nearly nominal. Tbe debris of tbe
miue oropplngs have been profita
bly worked, as placers, for years,
without water. The same ground
yields from $3 to $5 per day to the
man, whenever heavy rains sup
ply water, and while that water
lasts. Uutll the mine fell Into the
hands of the Picscho Company, aud
later of Mr. Neahr, its ores were
paoked to tbe river on donkeys and
profitably worked there In arras
tras. The mill Is belug built of
stone masonry and, when finished,
will be the best mill building in
tbst part of the country. It is ex
pected to have the mill at work by
the end of next month, all ma
chinery, cot., being being now ou
tbe ground.— Yuma Sentinel.
Olatrtot Court MoNeslt J.
Saturday, Sept. 14tb.
Lawrence vs. Lawrence—Motion
by defendant on affidavit for
change of venue heard and sub
mitted. Plaintiff allowed to file
affidavits in resistance thereto.
Oxarat vs. Hewitt—Ten days
further stay granted.
R. W. Ready—Admitted to prac
tice as attorney.
Long, assignee, vs. Miller —Judg-
ment ordered to enter for defend
ant for costs.
Lantermau vs. Williams—Time
extended to engross statement un
til Sept. 21.
County Curt STEPHENS, J,
City of Los Angeles vs. J. Burn
baum—Motion for new trial argued
and submitted on briefs lo be Hied;
two days given on same.
Italy has never been renowned
for newspapers, yet she has led the
way in the Invention of a median
icil reporter, In the Italian sec
tion of tbe Paris Exhibition is to
be seen a strange Instrument, the
invention of Signor Michela. It Is
not larger than a lady's work-box.
There is a small key-board, like
that of a diminutive piano, and a
reel of paper. A girl, who Is en
tirely ignorant of stenography, sits
at tbe little machine and "plays" a
speech three hours long. Sbe then
reads it as qulokly as one can
speak. Iv fifteen days, without
previous knowledge or practloe,
proflclenoy may be acquired In the
working of the apparatus.
An American who was traveling
In Italy offered au Euglish lady a
pinch of snuff, and the next thing
he knew be was heir to £200,000.
Snuff is cheap, and there is room
in Italy for thousands more.
raoM lODSOH,oillettka ol hson's tka»
80RIPT Or BECORDH, SEPT. 11, 1878.
Mary P Gravel and Christina Stephen
son to Louisa SJoller, Christina Ste. ktß
son and Louisa Goller to Mary Paulina
Gravel; Mary Paulina Gravel and Lou
isa Gollsr to Christina Stephenson—
Three deeds partitioning lbs Goller
oroperty, west side Los Angeles street,
south or Owmmercl.l street.
0 X White and J O Denman to R M
Wtdney—2o acres In Home tract, san
Frederick Putzman to Emll Engelberg
— 120x116 ft In blk 7a, Ord's survey; (500.
Us Ato John Dodson-SK % Sec 9 TIS
Emily Anbury to U H Williams—6o ft
N side Seventh street, by 175 it deep.
Jas Moradden to T W Robertson—49X
aares. Santiago Santa Ana; SB2S.
Chas L Berry to Henry U Bartlett—Un
divided Hof S S lot 5, block H, San Pas
qu«l tract. Lake Vineyard Land and
Water Association; 1601.
1 W Oliver and Mary E M Oliver to H
M Fisher—NE & Seos f IN R li W; (250
James Orr ana Robert Orr to Francis F
Culver—7i}£ acres in Temple & Gibson's
tract, San Pedro Rancbo: (4470.
P O Tonner to Wm O'Ceunor—Water
right for Are acres, San Jose Kancbo;
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EX
BAN Faasotsoo. Sept. It.
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9 AO 17»®il Bullion
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Con Va ia«iß'9 Succor 234(82 to
Obollar 47®t6X Onion lu2®l(>3
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Kantuok tsaait Lady Bryan.. 3JtQ3 Bo
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Imperial 1 lu*>l Vsller 40
Belcher 10xj®«K R A X 6
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Encouragement for the Feeble.
So long as the tailing embers or vitali
ty are capable ot being res mated Into a
warm and genial glow, Just so long there
Is hope 'or the wealc and emaciated In
valid. Let htm not, therefore, despond,
but derive encouragement from tb Is and
from the further faot that there la a re
storative most potent la renewing the
dilapidated powers of a broken down
system. Yes, thanks to its unexampled
t onto virtues, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters is dally reviving strength In tbe
bodies and hops In tbe minds ot tbe fee
ble and nervous. Appetite, refreshing
sleep, the acquisition of fle.h and color,
are blessings attendant upon the repara
tive processes which this priceless lnvlg
orant speedily initiates and carries to a
successful conclusion. Digestion is re
stored, the blood fertilized and suste
nance afforded to each life-sustaining or
aan by tho Bitters, which Is Inoffensive
even to the feminine palate, vegetable In
composition an I thoroughly safe. Use
It, and regain vigor!
One of the Brightest Charms
Of a fair fno is a fine set of testb. Tbe
ladles, being fully alive to this fsct, pat
ronize SOZODONT in prefers, cc to any
other dentifrice, sinoa they know by ex
perience tbat it preserves like no other
the pristine whiteness and cleanliness
ot the leetb, and makes a naturally
sweet brea-h additional ly fragrant. It is
one of the privileges ot the oeau sex lo
look lovely, and that proportion of It
which usesSOZoDONr has learned that
the article contributes in no small de
gree lo lbs end in view. All druggists
Cheap prices at Sutherland's gun
•tore, 75 Main street. 2my7
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pale
Ale on draught at McKenzle's.
Death* Published Oralis ; funeral
W i. tic. One Dal I nr.
OARTERY—In this olty, September IS.
1873, Henry Canary, a native or Polntls
de Riviere, Haute Garrone, Fiance,
aged 37 years and one month.
The timer nl will start from the resi
dence or 1. Aiuat, Spring street, be
tween Filth and Sixth streets, at ten
o'otook, and proceed to the Catholic
Church, where services will be held.
Friends and acquaintances are Invited
Must, Will and Shall
Give the Greatest Bar
gains Ever Known in Dry
Goods, Clothing, Cents'
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
for the Next Thirty Days.
Call Early, as you will find
it to your greatest advan
H. MEYER STEIN,
49 Main St.. Under the
CONCERT AND BALL!
On the Evening of Sept. 26th,
under tbe leadership or
Have volunteered, making tbe best
combination tor amateurs outside
or Man Francisco.
Reserved seals... —a TScts.
INCLUDI.nO BALL. elSld
"And now abldetb Faith. Hope, Char
ity, tuese three; but tbe greatest ot these
"At this rate It will not be long until
alt the living will be converted Into
burial corps."—Keport ot llr. D. W.
Mitchell to President of tbs Howard As
sociation, Memphis, Teuu.
WILL LECTURE AT
COOD TEMPLARS' HALL
Monday Evening, Sept. 16th,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE YEL
LOW FEVER SUFFERERS AT
Subject—Early Civilization la the Ori
ent, with a Glance at Cyclopean Art,
ADMISSION. FIFTY CENTS.
Tbe entire racelnts will be oontrlbuted,
to tbe fund, the ball and gas being
There will be MUSIC and RE \DINQS,
the programme of which will be an
nounced heriuf or.
TICKETS can be obtained atLewlnA
Cos. s. stol I's, Phil Htrsrhteld's, Helnze
man & tills' and Preuss's erug stores, ns.
Charles Hotel, S. Hallman, D ,nsmoor A
Gillmore, Dursmoor Bros, und W»nge
man Bros. slltd
The Havana Saloon,
tFormerly Grand Central,]
No. 4u Ma v Street,
KEEPS THE VERY BEST IN
Liquors and Cigars.
SB-LUNCH FROM 11 A. M. TO t P. M.
J. CAPPE, Proprietor.
A. McX ENZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood'B
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
& Co., San Franolsco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville, Ky„ by the Bottle
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SAMPLE ROOM
Is provided with tbe purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
9W ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Main .treat, near Court, Los Angeles,
For Santa Monica.
A COVERED CARRIAGE 1.1 NOW
RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Los Angeles A Santa Monica.
Calling at tbe hotels at 7 each morning.
FARE, FIFTY CENTS.
SVOrders oau bs left at tbe American
Notice of Removal.
H . BILLS
Has removed ills Freight and Transfer
Offloe mm HO Main street to
ISO. o MAHKET ST.
Private Boarding House,
No. M, oor. Third and Hill sts.
•SS-BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. ol2tr
rtj S A A A ?"!!VXVii ™'uji««4i"
aX I Allll '.f tVcolls *a,
itio a Marat noma. Agenu wanted.
Ou lilt and terms tree. TRUE *
CO., Augusta.Mains msriWAwiv
NEW TO DAY. WR
TO THE PUBLIC. 1
la reply to the libelous article circulated by tbo editor of La M** y
forma on August 33tb last, tbe following statement, being the
coridift'c-n of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los
close of business on Saturday, August 31st, 1878, is, by tbo order off!
the Board of Trustees of said Bank, given to tbe public:
STATEMENT OF" THE CONDITIOIf <W
OP THE 3e!
Farmers'and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, 1
At the close of business, Saturday, August 31st, 1878: .'WI
Casli on hand $UsVMiM9
Cash with correspondents— "" *3b
First National Gold Bank, San Francisco $18.881 28
Bank of California, San Francisco... 17,817 17 ~jfijj
London & Han Franolsco Bank (Lirnl te.t,), n. F. 757 42 , MJ
Agency of Bank of California, New York 8,(08 47 --Mi
Total Cash „ I^MT
Loans and discounts 7*4,427 5
Ronds and warrants 6170 1$
Rank building „.,. 18.000 B*/'
Vaults and fixtures _ „. 8,414 as
Heal estate, taken lv foroclosure of mortgages 10 ell |#;*
XJL A TOLITIES. ' M
Capital, paid up In gold „ S47S.OM titl
Reserve fund BO.fJUt W'
Total capital 628,0 M ||
Surplus and undivided profits ttbSOftle
Dividends unpaid WHH
Due depositors , SOeVMB 9
E. & O. E. Los Angeles, August 31st, 1878.
J. V. WACHTEL, Bookkeeper. %m
We bave examined the books and counted tbe cash, and flßsd ejttl
correct as per this statement. JH
Signed: L. C. GOODWIHV
john s. griffin;-.
EUGENE MF YER. M
C. E. THOM, "q|
O. W. CHILDB, m
The Board of Trustees of tbe Farmers' and Merchants' Bank M
of Los Augelet, I
Statu of California, \ ' -^fm
City aud County of Los Angeles. } Sjgi
I*aias W. Hellman, President of tne Farmers' and Merchants' TJatifc:
of Los Angeles, and John Mi I tier, Secretary of said Bauk, being atmfffi
ally duly sworn, eaoh for himself deposes and says: That the fon gotiijr
statement of the actual condition of the assets and liabilities of eaid
corporation Is true and correct to the best of their knowledge and belief.
isaias w. hellman.
John milner. «
Subscribed and sworn to before me at the city and county of Los An
geles, California, this 9lh day of September, A. D 1878. ;
slOlm [Seal] C. KaYS, Notary Publlo. |
F. G. HANNA & CO.
173 MAIN STREET, LOB ANGELES),!
SELL ALL KINDS OF
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Successful Machine on tbe Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmill., 1
THE BEST in the WO».LX>
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
SSTDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
Tbe undersigned begs leave to an
nounce himself as a candidate for Ser
eeans-ai-Arms or the Conntltatlonal Con
vention. A. H. MILLSK.
Los Angeles, July 23,1878. J2l-ts2B
California State Fair,
Commencing MONDAY. September 16
and closing .SATURDAY, Sent. li.
TO UK DISTRIBUTED IN PREMIUMS.
The Exhibition will be divided Into
«. v. .• Departments, and tbe SOCIETY'S
U iLD MKDAL to h- awarded to the
most raerllorlous e> nlbillon in taoh de
parimenl. Those Ueslring Premium
Wsis will pleue n.llly tbe secretary.
The Largsst Stock Show
AND MOST ATTRACTIVE
Ever offered by any Agricultural society
lv the United Slates.
ATTaAOTITE HILITAEY TOURSAMEHT.
ear-public sale of thoroucih-
BRKD S rouK on Friday or tbe Fair.
The Central Pacific Railroad and
steamers wilt oarry articles to and from
the Fair FKtiE OK CHAHtiK.
Wells, eurgoACo.'i Express will de
liver all nacsages FRED! not weighing
over twenty pouuds.
Application, tor stalls at the Park and
Space ut the Pavilion should be made to
KOBEItT HECK, secretary, at once.
Mess Vers trip 15
Siugle Admission...-.-....—~ .to ots.
MARCUS P. BORUCK,
KOLI.UT BECK. Secretary. aSltd
Called for and delivered lo any part
or the city, by
Beta & Phillips. Adams St.
Orders can be left at lbs bnoa>tnra of
Mr. Ram Hellman. Spring RU <>l»l
MERCHANT TAILOR. 1
J. STRELITZ, J
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
XT°- 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
XX Los Angela.. He baa tbe UMIM,
TIN tsT AND dKST 8 OCKED TAILrUSV A
INU ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
Call'ornia. His old customers and tbe
public will Bnd it the place to get BEST ",
.ITYL.ES and fitting obtainable.
BEAVERS, DOESKINS, :
FANCY CASSIMERES, 8
VELVET A SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refer* to the seta*
clpal «entleuien of the city, lor whose be — ■
aviso neeessl'v to send to San Fraa
clsoo for good nttlng suits. dMSO-tf
CHOICK IRRIGAHLK LANDS ip
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
WtMV • .
OT ■ »'«' f /.t..i.1.» !. HEIV"*
Bio . v \
ON AIJtSO . > BET.
I'l.viivv i.'Ji' :<r ><•.▼
? "CT" ... A
H a afloat AtaraH
Inl ii uttrk v '
Fit. sr islet * ' 4 "
Rooms and Board. I
Gentlemen an.l their wives and ataft* %
roots can be aoeommodated with weailMßi
and line, large, Iront rooms, oontalattsf ,
all modern convenience, sod
, forts, at the .
KIMBALL MANSION, . ;|
I New High street, only one aieeJtSj
: from tbe FostonVe and Court H.ulM.aaie -3
i commands a obarmlng view ot mooiilate 'I
and valley. jtlelf ■ |