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Vlso great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
TUe Russian Electric Baths of It.
Hughes and Wife are located at No. i
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la-
Jies will be waited upon by persons
>f their own sex. uovHlf
The dry goods and novelty store
of Charles Prager, ut No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
sult In the ladies of Los Angeles.
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 the feminine toilette
which may not be found In Ids
store. He has been guided in his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of (ho requirements of this section,
and the latest fashions uud novel
ties may be at all limes Inspected
at No. 6 Commerciul street. Give
him a call. uiy7
Miss Margaret Kirwin has bought
out Moore's Lodging House on the
corner of First und Wilmington
streets and will CUUiinue lo keep It
in lirst class style. Wm. Moore
will still be connected with the
house us manager. A continuance
t>( custom is solicited. uu2B 2w
Iteer has a Falstatriiaii effect, as
Henry Weil, the brewer of the
Philadelphia Brewery, will testify.
Good lieer makes muscle und lilt,
and aH the regular patrons of the
Philadelphia Brewery ale Itroug
and healthy. It makes tha sick
well and the healthy stronger;
physic is unnecessary and (loctois
are played out, if you use the Phil
adelphia beer. Leave orders ut the
brewery or .-end tliem by mail. Ue
llverad free to any part of the city.
A. T. McDon'oUuu, lata of 39
Sprint; street, has just opened the
AC'MU OF Fashion at No. 12, Tem
ple street, where ho will he pleased
to meet his old customers und the
public In general, to whom, as he
fore, he guarantees the most stylish
and best litti ug clothes lo be hud
in the city.
Jfishing lackle and cutlery at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Mum
The Ladik-o' Oyster tiooms, Ke
iVsena Street, near Main, opposite
Idle United Slates Hotel, uro again
upeuud to the ladies and will be
carried on in v s.noily respectable
way, so that nil ladies, Willi or
without escorts, may feel ut euse
and receive prompt uud respectful
attention. Oysters iv every style,
■ibnuips, leu, coffee, etc., constantly
n haud. Joe Bayer.
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
a i/e made arrangements to raoelVe
Monthly cargoes of the famous Ph.
jjjnl Brewing Company's export
Uger beers. These beers are made
t ( Milwaukee and bottled by the
Messrs. staitun & Meyer. The
|Mt Of the cargoes arrived yester
day, 'insisting of an entire load.
I'kV 2>essrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
this arrangement, are
«#mTa *° °' ,B '' "Peclal advantages
to I%<„ v .vsera. Tho first prizes
were awarded to tills Ph. Best Ex
port beer at tbe Centennial Expo
anion, at tbe Wisconsin State Fair,
field at Milwaukee, and ut the
Inter-State Fair held at Chicago.
A shipment "if OuiNNUSS' Exi'BA
Srour, direct from Liverpool, iv
pints and quarts.
127 Main street, Pouet bunding,
Los Angeles. au2l-tf
Joe Bayer, of Cougress Hall, has
just received a consignment ol
booa lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
a j a draught beer. Oysters,
ahi-inips, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on baud. Give
turn a call. Corner Main and Be*
qjiena streets, opposite tho 0. S.
Hotel. _______ 09
Cheap prices al Sutherland's gun
itore, 75 Main street. 2uiy7
Hurry! hurry I hurry! to the I
X Li Tney have received the bal
ance of Sheriff Tiwney's bank
rupt stock of fifty cases of tlry
goods, boots und shoes. Goods
will sell us cheap as before.
Razors ot every make at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 2
Carving knives at Sutherland's,
75 M •"' -'root. 2"'.v7
LIVERPOOL Avli LOND>N AND
ULOUE INSURANCE COMPANY,
STSA OK RaRIFORD,
VSIOS INSURANCE CO. OK SAN
GERMAN AMERICAN OF NEW YORK,
Combined Capital and Anew,
Nearly #0 0,000,000.
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WAR DEPARTMENT, BIONAL SERVICE,
TJ. 8. AIIMY,
Division of Telegrams aud Reports for
the honefltof Commerce and Agrloulture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Cal., Sept. lfl, 1878.
a I i f It f 1
1 1 ts * > *
(:;»'i a..v "'i tri 60 74 E 8 Fair
1:50 P.M. 21190 71 ill fSW II Fair
8:15 p. M. 29 94 81 77 E i Clear
Maximum Thermometer, 73
Minimum 11 69.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
Mr. D. Freeman advertises grain
lands for rent in our New To-Day.
Remember the sale of bar fix
tures, pictures, etc., by E. W.
Noyes at 11 o'clock this morning.
Some desirable rooms, en suite
or single, ill the Ponet Building,
are offered for reut In our New To-
The finder of a gold eufl"-plii with
amethyst setting will receive a
liberal reward on returning it to
We are under obligations to our
friend Don Juan Warner for some
of the most delicious figs we have
Mr. Wm. E. Smith, lately with
Col. Barney at Yuma, Arizona, is
now connected with the Pioneer
R ductioti Works, Oaklautl.
Reserved seats for Mr. Mendel
Meyer's concert call be secured ut
Wungeuin.ii & Bro's muse store.
Molt building, Spring street, from
and after to-day.
We are indebted to Mr. Charles
VV. Davis for a very line blossom
of (ho Night Blooming Cereus,
grown in his garden ut Ninth and
Mr. D. M. Adams, Deputy Couu
ty Clerk, yesterday transmitted
$93, the proceeds of his lecture for
the benefit of I he fever sufferers, to
the Howard Association at Mem
Ouo diunk uud v Chinawoman,
charged wilh petit larceny, graced
Judge Peel's levee yesterday
morning. They each coulributed
$5 to tbe City Treusury ami were
Mr. Joseph Mesmer received a
telegram from New Ycvk apprising
Into Ibut his father bad arrived
front Europe yesterday and would
remain iv tnut city v few days be
fore starting for boiue.
Mr. Isaac Norton returned yes
U-rduy fioui Sau Francisco, wlieie
lie laid ill v 1 'lite sjpply of the
newest putl erus of dry goods, gen
tlemen's clothing etc., which he
will sell ut the most reasonable
Fifty dollars reward II offered In
our New To-Day for the return of
v heavy hunling-eeie gold watch,
lost iv the neighborhood of the
sheep camp back of Mr. Beuudry's
Park. See advertisement.
Angelefios ut Sun Fraucisco ho
tels on tlie 10 li lust.l D. It. Roe,
B.C. Truman, Palace; D. C. Hay
ward and wife, Brooklyn; N. G.
Sherwood, Rusi House; M. P.
Dougherty, American Exchange.
Deputy Sheriff' Celis and officer
Beuiles yesterduy evening rap
tured a man suffering from delir
ium who hud escaped from the
county hospital. He was nommil
ted to jail lor safe keeping |
L»s Angeles Lodge No. 42, F. &
A. M., at their meeting lust night,
donated $50 to the yellow fever suf
ferers of tbo South. The amount
will be forwarded to the Grand
Lodge of the State, wheNCe it will
be transmitted to the sufrerers.
Oflloer Jeromeyesteiday arrested
a paisano whom he found disrob
ing on Upper Main street. The
man did not seem to realize what
he was doing and thought it very
strange, having insulted nobody,
that he should be brought to the
Mr. H. Meyersteio got back from
San Fruncisco overluud yesterday.
Ills lady palrous, in a day or two,
will find his shelves stocked with
all that Is new and elegant iv the
tlry goods line. Geutlemen will
also find a full Hue of the latest
styles of clolliing, furnishing goods,
hats, boots, etc. Do not fail to
give him a call.
To-morrow, at 1 o'olock v. 111.,
Constable Hare and big Deputy
Kevune, will sell, on execution, all
the furniture, beds, bedding, car
pets, mirrors, bed clothes, kitchen
Furniture, bar, bur fixtures, etc, of
ihe Agricultural Park Club House.
I'hls sale will present a tare oppor
luuity for bargains to some fortu
nate possessor of cash.
What has become of the Cruelty
to animals Society? We saw a
gentleman, yesterday eveuing,
hunting an officer of that organiza
tion to arrest a Mexican who had
given his horse a cruel healing und
then twice knocked the poor ani
mal down. Since Dr. Luppo re
signed the position of Chief of Po
lice to the Society there doc'tseem
to be any one to protect abused ani
OUR WINE INTERESTS MENACED.
A French lutrigno to Kill Amsrlon Wine
and Brandy Making.
Wo lire indebted to Mr. J. de
Barth Bhorb for tlie following sug
gestive note sounding the alarm for
a rally iv favor of our wlno and
San Ma ii i no. Sept. 10, 1878.
Editor Herald: I herewith en
close a circular letter from Mr.
Arpad Harasztby which fully and
entirely explains itself. Knowing
that you always stand ready co use
your able peu and throw open the
columns of your valuable paper to
the advancement and defense of
all the great leadiug Interests of
our sectiou nnd State, I beg that
you will now express your earnest
protest against the ratification of
the treaty with tbe French govern
ment which would work such dis
astrous results to our grape inter
est. Because the Chamber of Com
merce of Sun Francisco forgetful,
indifferent or, as it rather seems,
recreant to Its high trusts, Ignores
aud, as far as it can, injures un in
terest in which is invested nearly
$85,000,000 and which is so preg
nant of wonderful results to this
State, it is no reasou why other
communities should remain suplue
or endorse tlfe action of the afore
said Chamber by remaining silent.
The French government has given
many evidences of great com
mercial sense and enterprise, and
suggests, iv a forcible manner, as
the secret of their great wealth, the
fosteriug care bestowed on all
great leadiug productive interests
by the clever treaties she has suc
cessfully carried through with
other governments iv furtherance
of that object. The lute treaty
with Great Britain, while of im
mense importance to the French
notion, hus inflicted incalculable
harm to the lir.il named couutry;
aud should the treaty with our
own government be ratified as now
drawn or suggested our wine Inter
ests are simply and possibly forever
killed. Had our own government
the same wisdom as the French
nation, by emulating her example,
it would have stretched forth v
strong arm to aid in, instead of in
juring us by bad laws, aud our wide
interest to-day would have repre
sented at leustone hundred millions
of mouey lv this State and been tbe
pride of America. 1 earnestly trust
that some concert of action may be
brought about by means of muss
meetings, and that the sense of our
people may be forcibly brought
out aud conveyed to tne Federal
Congress through our representa
tives; and thai tbe Chamber of
Commerce of Siu Francisco may
withdraw what seems to have been
most 111 advised action on its part,
and may join us in expressing a
protest aguiusl that which It has
now recommended. For the credit
of that body, many of the mem
bers of which are personally and
fuvorubly known to me. I trust Mr.
Hurusztby has uot been correctly
informed us to its action.
Yours very truly,
J. DE Bah m SuoRB.
The following is the circular to
which Mr. Shorb refers:
San Francisco, Sept. 10, 1878.
To the Vine-Urowera of California:
Gentlemen: 1 feel it my duty
to cull your utteutlou to tlie urgent
necessity of looking well itito tlie
treaty that is now being proposed
to enter Into between the United
States aud France. Either there
must be a great apathy amongst
the vine-»rowers of our State, or
they must be unaware of tbe utter
ruin ihot menaces their interests,
should that treaty be ratified by
our government. To make you
understand the full extent of your
duuger, it is only necessary to
mention that iv this treaty it is
proposed to reduce tho duty ou all
French wines iv casks to 80 ceuts
per gallon, on wines in bottles te>
50 ceuts per dozen, and on bran
dies and spirits to $1 per »-»!iou!
Need I say more?
You have labored hard and de
votedly, some of you ten or twenty
years, to briugyour vineyards and
wines to the point of perfection to
which they have arrived. All
these yeurs you have struggleJ
against a blind aud unjust preju
dice—against time, usurious rates
of interest, low prices, a slow ap
preciation of your eff >rts by men
of wealth aud a still slower ouo by
our government. It is not enough
to have your vineyards decimated
by the ravages of that terrible
scourge, tbe phylloxera, but now
It is proposed to sweep away at
one scoop the entire results of your
hard labor aud long struggles. And
this is to be done without either
consulting you or your interests,
by a single stroke of tbe pen, by
tbe ratification of a treaty devised
by cunning minds aud made plaus
ible by the artful tongues of your
foreign competitors? Aud will you
stand idly by and see it done?
I am Informed that after M. Leon
Cbotteau, Delegate from the com
mercial bodies of France,submitted
his views upon this treaty to the
San Fraucisco Chamber of Com
merce, that that body gave him its
Do you uot see your danger?
Tills endorsement Is to be Used
against you. And so Is tbat of
every Chamber of Commerce In
tbe United States, which may have
been either selfish euough to give
its endorsement for its own ad
vancement, or blind enough not to
see the utter annihilation of one of
tho greatest future interests of our
Yuii have no time to spare; the
Senators and Congressmen of the
Pacific Coast, who have always
been your truest friends, are yet
amongst you; but their stay will
not be long, and it behooves you to
act at onoe. I know, that, owing
to the vintage, but few of you can
come to the city, and It would
therefore be almost useless to call
a meeting of the State Society.
But gather yourselves together in
local clubs and societies; collect
your arguments; give your views,
ami, shove all, make them strong
and to the point. Send these
either directly to our Coast Repre
sentatives, at Washington, or au
thorize some person or persons in
this city, or among yourselves, to
wait personally upon our Senators
mil Congressmen, anil make them
fully aware of the dangers tbat
menace your very existence.
Should this treaty take place, a
tew more short yeara will count
wins making iv California a tiling
ofthepasll And all your toll, ail
your sncritices, and the best yeara
of your lives will bave been spent
In vain. Very truly yours,
=™- ■ ■
Our Oil Field—Petroleum as Fuel.
We are informed by Qen. Sloue
man that he has made a trial of
crude petroleum as fuel in his fur
naoe aud us far as he has gone be
is perfect ly satisfied with the re
sults. He will be able during vin
tage season to determine the rela
tive merits of coal, wood and oil
for the purposes of generating
steam; In other words, to ascertain
which will produce the most foot
pouuds of energy, a dollar's worth
of coal, or of wo?d, or of oil. (Jen.
Stoneman is under the impression
that It will be fouud on trial that,
considering the high price of coal
aud wood, crude petroleum can be
used advantageously in all steam
boilers In Los Angeles and vicin
ity. Should Buch prove to be tbe
case, we have the means within
easy reacli of generating an almost
unlimited amount of power to
drive at cheap rates any and all the
machinery necessary to make Los
Los Angeles a manufacturing cen
ter for tills whole Southern
country. The only obstaclo in tbe
way being In tbls, as in all other
like oases, tbe cost of railroad
transportation, it beingabout three
cents per gallon from Newhall to
San Gabriel, a distance of about
forty-five miles. The heat gener
ated is intense, and the method is
upon the principle of the blowpipe,
the oxygen being obtained from
steam Instead of from atmosphere.
There is no danger when proper
precautions are taken," and
there Is no reason why oil should
not he used in such works as
1 laundry's pump, the grist mill be
ing erected in Los Angeles, etc
Gen. Stoneman has recently vis
ited the oil fields of Sau Fernando
and represents that, iv his opinion,
the supply in tlie near future will
only be limited by the capacity to
sink wells. He says after what
the Sau Fernando Oil Company
(McPlierson's) have accomplished,
the difficulties they have encoun
tered aud overcome and ihe success
they have met with, no one need
feel discouraged or disheartened lv
his efforts to strike "lie."
OUtiiot Court BoNiui J.
Tuesday, Sep*. 17.
Archer vs. Co operative Nursery
and Fruit Co. —Argument ou mo
tion to quash so 111 moiis set for
Thursday, at 9:30 A. M.
Babiehl vs. Oaruier—Judgment
ordered to enter for plaintiff as
prayed for; twenty days stay.
Macy vs. Hlgglns— Demurrer
submitted; twodnysto file points.
Curiillo vs. McPhllllp-Ordered
that defendant file his brief within
Sanchez vs. Cummings—Coulin
ued by consent ot counsel uutll fur
ther order of Court;.
Oge vs. Bramwell—On trial.
County C urt STEPHENS, J,
Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Kohler v«. Mott et al.—Passed.
Peter daxe vs. Central Pacific
Railway—One day further stay
Wo have received the compli
ment of a ticket to asocial hall to
be given at the Pacific Hotel, on
Thursday evening, October 3d.
The aflair is under capable man
agement and we predict for all who
attend a delightful time.
The grading on the Atchison,
Topeka and Banta Fe road, from
Otero (La Junta) to El Moro, is
tiMrly c<"»pleted. The iron is laid
to wltnif)~.tw t „ tv .fl ve miles or El
Moro, and is ptogresslug ut the
.rate of two _*»*_v. Trains
wi!l be running DOWM - ro by lUe
10 of SeptemtK-., . . summit
of the Raton pass by the Ist of
October. It Is the intention of the
company to reach Lis Vegas, New
Mexico, by tbe Ist of March, 1879 —
iv time for tho early spriug and
summer business. Tney will not
wait for the completion of their
three quarter of a mile tunuel, but
will run over the top of the moun
tain with the aid of a stationery
engine for the time being. The
grading ou the fur side of the
mountain, or iv the Red river
country, is being pushed rapidly,
ami the whistle of the locomotive
will soon echo among the hills of
New Mexico.— New Mexican.
Tlie Pabellon Mejiaano, ol Guad
alajara, says tbat over forty bolts
of lightning fell upon that city
during a receut stnim. Three per
sons were instantly killed, one a
student who was passing along a
public street, and several others
were injured. At tbe same time a
deluge of rain tell. The inhabi
tants were overwhelmed with ter
O'Connell was as bitter ou Peel
as upon Disraeli. Alluding to Sir
Robert's blandness, ho said tiiat
the right honorable baronet's
smile was like the silver plate on
WAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EX
BAN KIiAKCI.OO, Sept. 17.
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Obollar 45041H <xcbnquer... 69456H
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han Francisco, Sept. 17.
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Kurxku 40941 Mono S»2s
Jackson »Xa2o M While 7H
Belmont issi » i>eed _i .0
leopard IJ4l' 7e rip-Top l>i@l 40
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Man hat mn W» '• Bryan 4',®l
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Argents 2 bO&i *>■ chalieuge..l iin,,i 40
Navajo 1 seal 20 iiec dental i
Indepeud'e 8 N V 1 00 ai 06
Tu-carora 1 05 P Mhendao..2J4(42 60
Hill Side 4% S Cometock 1
HigbbrMiie .l ■mgtljj I. Washn J t <*;
itodie I8j»l.% Wanl... l&SI
Rochtel 1 20 Scorpion U@hM
Tioga 2 N Con Va Milt
Summit .MM Ou Mngstar
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Syndloate 2 Benton
Champion I it* Ready I
Oriental 2MI 60 -) Silver 6%<94 f(
Uelvldere ...1 SoS 1 On Vermont. n',(tfi:
sitting Bull _ I orlg Keystone Jit
Rltcher 2% Brilliant 1 80i».
One of the Brightest Charms
Of a fair face is a fine net of te»th. Tbe
ladles, helm; fully alive to this Net, put
r mlze SOZODONT In prefere« oe to any
other dentifrice, since they know by ex
perience that ft preserves like no other
ihe pristine whiteness and cleanliness
ot tho teeth, and makes a naturally
sweet brea h additionally fragrant. It U
one of the privileges of the e.eau *ex in
look lovely, and that proportion of It
which uses HOZuDUN r has learned thai
the article contributes In no small de
gree to the end lv view. All itruggi.Hiw
Spring eye needles (our own
make) at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. 2my 7
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pale
Ale on draught at MoKenzie'a.
from m Distluvaisiiea Jurist.
" [ have tried the Peru via pi SYkup, anu
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a new man of me, Infused In
to my system new vigor and energy. 1
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
as when you last saw me, but stronger,
Uoartler, and with a larger capacity for
labor—mental and physical—than at any
time during the last Aye years. Sold by
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its tall'
Ing out or turning gray. It has stood th**
test of 40 years Is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival.
A Rcmrkable Cure.
West Townsknd, Vt.,May U, lam
Messrs. S W, Fowls A Sons.
Gentlemen—Several years since I took
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where it remained without relaxation. 1
was then in Massachusetts, and growl ug
worse and becoming unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned home and com
menced searching in earnest for some
medicine which would restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help and dally g.ew woise. I had a ter
rible cough and rained a good deal ol
blood. I had profuse night sweats and
severe pain In my side. 1 continued in
this state for mouths.and became so weak
that it was with great dimcuUy I could
walk, when I was advised to try Wis tar's
Balsam of Wild Cn jerky, and, to
my great Joy I soon lound ti.at ihls rem
edy uad arrested the insease, [ contln.
ued to use the Balsam lothe extern of Aye
bottles and have, since then experienced
no difficulty of the lungs. I believe the
Balsam saved myllfeand I shall ever hold
It In high estimation.
Grain Land to Rent.
Some of tho beat grain land In the
county on asy terms. Apply to D.
Kit UK MAN. I.os Angeles. sID 20'
Between Ca'telar street and Merri
am's lee I'reum Saloon, v gold cuff pin,
wilh ame'hysl se I i ig. A liberal r wunl
will be paid for Its return to tho Herald
Will bi pdd for the return of a heavy
bunting case GOLD WATCH, lost at the
sboep ramp back of Mr. Beaud'y's Hark.
The Under will receive tbe above reward
on returning the w i cii tv trie.
blB tw No. 51 Caatelar street.
Furnished Rooms for Rent
In tbo PONET BUILDING, Main street,
one Miite iff fn.nt rooms and single
rooms to suit with good view of ihe oily.
Hot and cold baths and gas all through
the bouiu. Kiiq dru ou premises of Mrs.
Constable's Sale on Execution
Bods and Bedding,
CAHPKTS, MIRRORS, BKD-CLUTIIES.
KITCHEN FURNITURE, BAR AND
BAR FIXTURES, ETC.,
At A.(f i-iuult urnl l?»irlt.
Thursday, Sept. 19th, 1878,
At t o'clock P. H.
M. D. HARE, Conetable.
By D. KEVANfc,Deputy. »18-2t
Must, Will and Shall
Give the Greatest Bar
gains Ever Known in Dry
Goods, Clothing, Cents' i
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Boots, Bhoes, etc., etc.,
for the Next Thirty Days.
Call Early, as you will find
It to your greatest advan
40 Main. St., Under the
Lafayette Hotel. j27:im
Home Industrial Aid.
There will be a meeting of the Home
'mitut lal Aid Association oa Wednes
day evenm* at hull-pant 7 o'elook.at the
County Court Room. Subscribers and
the public generally are requested to be
"card of thanks.
Mr. W. s, Myers and family desire to
return their profound thanks for acts of
neighborly kindness which they received
at the time of the late Are which con
sumed their residence and since, and
also for tbe piempt assistance, which,
though so well Intended, was un»vali
lug. They also desire to express their
appreciation of th« prompt manner In
which their losses by the Ire were sei
ned by Mr W. J. Rrodrlok, agent of th«
A:\iui insura - cc Company. sl7-lw
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third aad Hill sis.
UflF* BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. Irtttf
R. F. COLEMAN & SON,
PIANOS Jte ORGANS.
Agents for the celebrated PACKARD A
TABOR ORGANS, GARDNER BROS,
and other nret-class PIANOS. Instru
ments sold on
The Installment Plan.
[ PRICES and TE RMS to suit tbe times,
i Headquarters at L. LEWIN A CO.'S
i STORE, Nos. 14 and 16 SPRING ST.,
A. McKE NZ I E,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. 4% H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
4 00., San Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Loulirllle, Ky.,by tbe Bottle
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
Is provided wltb the purest
WINES, LTQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
sar ENGLISH ALB ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Lot Angeles.
CONCERT AND BALL!
On the Evening of Sept. 26th,
UNDER '[US LEADERSHIP UK
Have volunteered, making the best
combination for amateurs ouUlde
of Han Francisco.
Reserved dents 7*cts.
INCLUDI.NO DALL. slitd
The Havana Saloon,
[formerly Grand Central,]
INo. 4() Main Hti-oet,
JUST OPENED I
KEEPS THE VERY BEST IN
Liquors and Cigars.
SVLUNCH FROM 11 A. M. TO 1 P. It,
J. CAPPE, Proprietor.
For Santa Monica.
A COVERED CARRIAOF, I.S NOW
RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Los Angeles & Santa Monica,
Jailing at tbe hotels at 7 each morning.
FARE, FIFTY CENTS.
.."Orders can be left at the American
Notice of Removal.
R . BILLS
Has removed nt. Freight and Tran»fur
Office from 110 Main street to
NO. t> MARKET (ST.
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 18th.
COUNTER, SHELVING. BAR
FIXTURES, PICTURES, CHAIRS, II A
BLKS, MIRRORS, etc.
Sale to "ominenoc at it o'clock a. m.
E. \V. NOYES, Auctioneer.
Notice of Removal.
COULTER & HARPER
Have removed tbetr stock of
HARDWARE and Other Goods
TO 110 MAIN ST..
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE
•a-DRicES REDUCED ou TINWARE
nnO other fends. .
Bargains * ffjred. Give us a call. Goods
mu«t be sola. Receiving .NEW GOOD*
regularly. We call utteutlon tv our
Omnlle Ware, Cutlery anil Housekeep
er's Goods al Coulter A Harper's, spe
cial atteullon called to our
Cooking Stoves and Ranges.
We believe there are no better. Our
Price, are reasonable. We keep a full
• upply or Builders' Hardware, Carpen
ters' Toels, Rope, Rubber Hone and other
goods. Dou't forget the place.
All kinds of SHOP WORK, PLUMB
ING, etc., as heielofore.
COULTER 4 HARPER.
NEW TO DAY. gI - % | |
TO THEJ>UBLIC. I
Iv reply to tbe libelous article circulated by tbo editor of La St- J 1
forma on August 30ih last, tbe following statement, being the mohipf ,
condition ot tbe Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angelas at th«> -jjj J
close of business on Saturday, August 31st, 1878, Is, by the order of fl I
the Board ol Trustees of said Bank, given to tbe public: 'fit |
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION 'W't
—-OF THE ® 1
Farmers'and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, ||
At the close of business, Saturday, August 31st, 1871: Itll
Cash ou hand $114,488 11
Cash with correspondents— . Jg-i
First National Gold Bank, San Francisco $16,381 SO ''Jl
Bank of California, San Francisco 17,817 17 "-Wtm
London & San Francisco Bank (Limited), is. F. 767 42
Agency of Bank of California, New York 3,608 47 -M
Total Cash 162,1*1 80
Loans and disoounts 748,487 W-fig jjs <7 9
Bonds and warrants B,ITB It
Bank building 18,000 00 i'^Wl
Vaults and fixtures 8,614 80 sj^l
Real estate, taken In foreclosure of mortgagee 10 618 19 s l|Bfl
Capital, paid up In gold $476,000 00
Reserve fund 60|000 00 » **kS
Total capital 626,000 00 j 'jB9
Surplus and undivided proflts 190,001 08 %mM
Dividends unpaid „ 80008 ' '"WM
Due depositors 396,20 M ■■^wtM
$942,887 T8 -»i
E. & O. E. Los Angeles, August 31st, 1878. II
J. V. WACHTEI 19
We have examined the books and counted the oa Bj
correct as per this statement. Bfl
Signed: L. C. GOOI Bx9
JOHN S. G H
JOSE MAS' ■
EUGENE * • i V.. ■
O*. W. CHII ||l
The Board of Trustees or the Farmers' and Mercbai lm
Statu of California, i iiM
City and County of Los Angeles. / IS
Isaias W. Hellmsn, President of the' Farmers' and M f
of Los Angeles, and John Milner, Seoretary of said Ban ■
ally duly sworn, each for himself deposes ami says: Tha I
statement of the actual condition of the assets and Ha I
corporation is true and correct to the best of their knnwli I
ISA lAS W. H/i ■
JoHN MILNER ■
Subscribed and sworn to before me at the city and r i M
geles, California, this 9lh day of September, A D lS7b. H
slOlm [Seal] JAMES C. KaYS, Nt
F. G. HANNA & CO., <fl
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, JH
SELL ALL KINDS OF J? 3M
FARM IMPLEMENTS. 1
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder, n
Tlie Most Successful Machine ou tbe Coast. S^ssl
The Lion Self-Dur |B
THE BES J ; ■
PUMPS AND unao n »• • .. .Jo
B®-i)ON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US. I fl
The undersigned begs leave to an*
nounoe himself aw a candidate for Ser
geans-at-Arms of the CouKlituttonal Con
vention. A. U. MILLEH.
Los AngeliM, July 23, IB7<i. AM s2B
California State Fair,
Commencing MONDAY. September 16
an it closing SATURDAY, Sept. 21.
TO BR DISTRIBUTED IN PREMIUMS.
Tbe Ifxhlbltlon will be divided into
Seven Departments, and the SOCIETY'S
Gild) MKI'AI, to b awarded to the
must met ttji Inns exhibition In <?acb de
pan meat. Hi .»« "lesirlng Premium
Lists ivlll pleaao uatiiy tbe Secretary.
The Largest Stock Show
AND MOST ATTRACTIVE
Ever offered by any Agricultural Society
lv tbe United states.
ATTRACTIVE MILITARY TOURNAMENT.
ar PUBLIC SAT E OP THOROUGH
BRED S I'OCK ou Friday or the Fair.
Tbe Central Pacific Railroad and
steamers win carry articles to and from
tbe Fair FREE OF CHARGK.
Wells, fr argo AY Co.'l Express will de
liver all packages FREE not weighing
over twenty pounds.
Applications for stalls at the Park and
Space al. Hie Pavilion should be made to
ROBERT bEOJC, secretary, at ouce.
Single Admission ■ m to eta.
MARCUS D. BORUCK.
ROBERT BECK. Secretary. a3ltd
WASH I jNTQ-
Called for and delivered to any part
of tbe olty, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can be left at tbe bookstore or
Mr. Sam Hellman, Spring Su olStf
Si h- -
MERCHANT TAILOR. |
J. BTRELITZ, J
Fashionble Merchant Tailor, 1
No. 12 TrcMPLE Mock, Spring street. 1
Lob Angeles. He baa tbe LABQIH, ■
Fl NfcH r AND BUST STOCKED TAIU Be ■
ING t.M ABLIsHMENT In Souther* ■
'.'ell ornia. His old customers and th* W\
cm,lie will find It tbe place to get BEST , 9
STYLES and FITTING obtainable. U
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, ■
FANCY CASSIMEKES, II
VELVET A SILK
Constantly on hand. Raters to the prlu. ' T
cipal «entlemen of tbo city, tor whom ha ■£
baa made clothing.
•WNo nooe.sl' v to send to San Fran- iE
Cisco for good fitting suits decso-ff f
FOE SALE. J
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS I
Near Orange and Santa Ana, 4
Which wore heretofore reserved by Ola*- $J
sell >t Chapman, are now offered for sale iwi
or rent. aWHAtLRO AD DEPOT VERY mfm
Apply to CAPT.OLABSELL.Ia Temple if J
Block. Lo» Aagelei, or M. F. PARKBB. < Jl
Orange. 414 V Sj
PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, f J
ON ALTSO STREET. ;|- 1
D. MAHL9TEDT. PROPRIETOR. 'tt\
Sold by the barrel, keg and bottle, and 1 efl
delivered to ane part of the clly. . *3fcaJ
Montana Meat Market
FKOiI.INOKR A FRANK, MBgf %
The hem and lendereel MealeAgSa v£fl
In the market. None but the WkjmWm. •'»
Prlmost Beef and MutMfl
ever to be round. Note tbe ■ ililip— M—i "A
tana Meat Market, Main HtAet, mmm 3
First, Loe Angeles WmW
Rooms and Board. ,J|
GentlemeL ami their wives and Stßftf
gents ran b«accommodated wilh tMMM 'jm\mm\\
and fine large, front rooms, con tot a raff
all modern conveniences end homes— l ..J
forts, at the Jjflfl
KIMIIALL MANSIOK. Iflfl
New High street, only OM
rr>m the PoM office and
coinmHndH a charming vlsw<Kstt««vtsfl
and vh 1 ley. HI9U ,T^^ K^^H
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