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a OitNEY AND co.N-Ei
m)r at la w;
roomKo. 1 srUKI.IT/. BLOCK.
JOHN C. MUBtiAN,
AITDIINKY Jt*V I.A.VV.
BiiTd SANTA MONICA.
V M. HOWAKUT kTh. HOWARD.
Howard, Rrosseau & Howard,
» ITOUNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
\ AT LAW. R >oins,«i,"7 ami fSSTem
' Block, third floor, Lm Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
OKKII'E — R aaji 8 R"d 0 Downey
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8. C. HUBBELL,
A rr ti'.NKY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and I
A nuoomraani Blook, corner Main
, im.M'cin! alrecls, Los Angeles. may7-lt
A ..1..155K1.J.. O. H. SMITH
* .1 iIIAFMAN. U.M.SMITH
f.LASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
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F. P. Ramirez,
MTOIINICi' AT 1./VW.
oKKICE—T.-ni|.le Block, No. Ti, l.o»
Ante cb. wS-lm
W. 11. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
nrrlloonis 2 and 3. Allen's Building,
cornernl spring and Temple Bts. sail
office end Residenoe—No, IaKBANKLIN
MIKKKT. leiS-1 in
t>» H. P. RICHARDSON,
. ; j sieiiui anil
it I, n,e, Fort Hill, I twice,Xo.lt now
■ i,. a Vialsstreet. I nejßlock,upstair*
J, HANNON, M. D.,
< • -I'N'l'V I'IIYHICIAN.
h,\|s»*ll, lAN FRANCO BLOCK.
I Itealdeaee Downey Avenue, East
I. ■ . i.m les, near ibe cml of street rail*
ofi. ii i,oms from 111 to 12 A. M.: from 1 to
i i-. s, ap2U tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Bas removed bis office io No. 89 MAIN
h't ufcKP, ovci holler* Bradley's Furnl
l uro store. , „
onic Hoar*—From io to v, 4 to v nnd 8
to a. Residence—Huenu Vma street.
in y 111
J. Reclitiiiijcr, 31. B.»
laIIVSIOIVN TO THE ITALIAN IN
ilepeinleol und French M. B. Mocle
iie- oculist ol tne French Hospital in
Hull Kranotseo, All chronic ohstlnule
cu-es and epsratloua on the eyes attend
1 OKtHcK— E*o, 704 fliiGfamouta street,
m „ , c Kearny. Residence—SE. Cor
nel Vinson and I'acltte streets, Han I rau
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
OFFICF.-Coruer Los Angeles and Ar
BwßVures oil kinds ot diseases.
Uirk'e hours Irom 9 to U a. M. und from
| to 5 i.n.l 7 lo 9 P.M. upSUir
Russian and Electric Baths,
SlONOh\Rf"-t 11UILD1NO, opposlle
II HUGHE*, in returning thanks to
the pabllo for their liberal patronage,
ana wiih confidence recommend his
Aa lhe Kroat PUIUFIUR end EQ,UAL
IZeCHofthe hum in body, enabling tho
system to throw oil' Its impurities and
oiving to tho lungs one-sixth moro Inspl
ratio i of air than can baootiilnol by
breathing, by opening the pores of the
skin ami giving full play to the Insensi
ble respiration so uecessory to physical
otr\ lemole oonstanlly on hand to
open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. eZBU
" ' "arket.
, tret, Loa &M 0
a owners of
itU be ha«
at the dlH
ii In cattle,
Daily Los Angeles Herald.
|*K*k>***<K' rt <>»i». Niilllli.
Mo.iave, Sept. 24 —E S Wood,
Mrs J S Clark, B X Darling, G J
Darling, U B Mitchell, Mrs Chas
Miller uud three children, A J
Hamilton, A (J Sharp, H 0 York,
J Sower mid wife, 11 Kon, W S
Taylor, J llCiaik, VJ W Hum-,
Tlie nan FiHiieiet.. i»»»*«l#e)»ee>e>"
stome taseresxtf aa iievei..|i.»..-»i.«.
San Fkancisco, Sept. 24ih.—
Tlie Finance Coiumiilee ot the
Board of Supervisors yesterday
afternoon continued their in vesica
tion of the accounts of the late
Alex. Austin, City Treasurer. Hu
bert testified that on Oct. 9lh, 1875,
Austin drew 180,000 from the Bank
ot Caliiornia, but made no pay
ment to him ut or about tbat lime,
hut tbat during October and
November be paid lv in various
amounts $15 088 73 On Sepr. sth,
1876, Austin paid in 181,80408,
which whh hi" last payment, lhe
amnu»l "f $750,336 .ui-un owed
the rity .I', i,it,miih ol protested
tuxes, an ■ ior H is he bail H"t been
Jauning, S Ox, "ii.. of Au<Hu'«
hiisieic s |>t,rlneiH. said I l.c th cruseo
uud lost $46,88468 by carrying
stock,! fur customers. Piotnineiil
fcioug these bad customers were
■Viinl tlie names of Clly and Conn
-1% Attorney Burnett, for $12,905.20;
District Attorney D. Murphy, $16,
--723 80; Ainiitor Kluvnurd, $2,558 27;
Mis. Austin, $15,904 53, and a num
ber of others of both sexes. In
addition to these amounts, Aus
tin bad lost in operations
on ids own account some $70,000.
\V. T. Dean, custodian of the tie
oeasei's papers, testified that he
had found among them good notes
and duo bills to tbe amount ol
$50,000, and outlawed notes aggre
gating $19.(140.14. There was also
another batch of notes, namo9 of
makers withheld, which Dean
-umiued up as follows: Good,
$26 70; doubtful, $53,786.58; worth
ess, $14,573 24. Allogher, the ex
amination allowed thut Austin bad
lost about $215,000.
ttt MSM'talla CoeHMNMlaei af Nuvsils
San Francisco, Sept. 24 —The
Democratic State Convention ol
Nevada met yesterday ami adopted
a hard money platform, advocat
ing the removal of all restrictions
on silver. They nominated foi
Qnvernnr, L. R. Bradley, present
Incumbent; for Lieutenant-Gov
ernor, Hon. J. M. Adams; for Con
gress, \V. X F. Deal.
1,... lea a €'••►• i Immm,i<•*..
I'i.ackrvili.k. Sent. 24.— lii the
Chronicle libel case the Court de
nied a (nHlier eoutlfiuance.
sin*, risiii'i-ei Hal%et#.
San Fkancisco, Sept. 24 —
Wheal—Buyers and sellers apart
mil inuikei very dull; shipping
$email@example.com; milling, $1.60}©1.70
Hurley—Coast feed, 871c@$l. Oats
- Good to choice California feel.
$firstname.lastname@example.org. Rye—Sale, 120 cell
■ als. Corn—Easy; large white,
$1.12J; large yellow, $1.10; sma'
yellow, $1.121®!.171 Hay—s7,®
14; steady. Potatioes—Cuffey's
Cove. $1.30@1 50; Early Rose, $1.30
@1.35; Moon Buy, $11
Tlie Fall *i* Nli.ekliisi.
STOCKTON, Sept. 24—The 18th
Annual Fair opened this morning
Under auspices brighter than ever
before. The city is filling wiih
visitors and a huge number of ex
hibitors have airived from the
Slnte Fair. A. P. Hill, of San
Joto, exhibit* a line display of oil
paintings. Tbetraafc is in splendid
condition. Three races take place
to-day—two trotting and one three
quarter mile dash for two-year-old
nolta. The stock stalls are all
A PIMIK l lrm <) •• • l'l>.
San Fkancisco, Sept. 24— j.
R. McDonnell &Co., put and call
brokers, who started in a few days
ago, witli MoKen as chief manager,
went up the Hume this moniinjj
at 11:30. The presence of a squad
of policemen was required lo pro
tect the putters and callers. There
are some very suspicious circum
stances connected wilh the matter
which a committee of holders pro
pose to investigate.
Tlie Ltliel Ml ■ U,ms O.i.
PI.ACERVILLE, Sept. 24ih.— The
work of impannelllng a jury iv the
Chronicle libel suit commenced
this morning. Up to the noon re
cess ten had been obtaiued.
A s>C>h*oe uf P/iilller naftmel.
New York, Sept. 24.—A cable
despatch says n statue In honor of
the lata Father DeSmet, the Jesuit
missionary to tbe North American
Indians, was unveiled yesterday in
Ills native place, Dendermoude,
Belgium. A great throng assisted
a< tbe ceremony. A chorus com
posed for Ibe occasion was sung by
liMtirt.i Kar»lee»rteei in m naree it c
Chicago, Sept. 24.—A dispatch
was received yesterday by Oeneral
Sheridan from Colonel Miles, dated
Fort Keogli, Montana, saying that
six Sionx Indians bad arrived at
tbat post direct from tbe British
possessions, beiug emissaries sent
over the line by Silting Bull lo as
certain upon what terms bis peo
ple would be permitted lo surren
der to tbe United Stales military
authorities. Tbey represented to
Col. Miles that the Sioux Indians
who had taken refuge In Canada
were heartily desirous of returning
to the American side.
Tile Yellow Fever.
Chicago, Sept. 24.—The Timcs'e
New Orleans special says tbat tbe
yellow fever Is spreading into
every locality. It has not yet in
vaded Algiers, Qretna and Carroll
ton, but tho third district und the
rear suburbs, heretofore enjoying
immunity, are now attacked witli
great violence. None of the locali
ties report to the Board of Health,
and no statistics of the number at
tacked ur Ibose who die are kept.
(senium Hlal„»l»« l.nobed for.
Rome, Sept. 24.—Several Oerman
Bishops are expected here lv Ooto
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 25. 1878.
ber to report on the operation of
the new lows. Some of the ex
pelled Bishops have been summon
ed to the Vatican to consult con
cernlng their future positions.
These steps ate connected with
pending negotiations hetwem lhe
Vutican and (JerHtiny.
r<» ii.-->mi hi.■»>.-
BUCHAREST, Sept. Si4.—lt is re
ported that bunds are organizing In
Dtibrudacha In lesiat Roumanian
occupation, und that tbey have a
plenty of aims and a munition,
a fleiiiniMt «,„ i lie I'orte.
Constantinople, Bept. 24.—The
Porte to day received a telegram
Irom the Prince of Montenegro, iu
slstlng upon a prompt surrender of
the territory ceded to that country
by the treaty of Berlin.
Tlie la,nr|PUl U nr.
Belgrade, Sept. 24.—Tbo Ser
vian Government, at the request of
the Mohnmmeden Chief, will re
ceive the women and children flee
ing from liesieg d towns in the
Bosnia, Sept. 21.— Many hun
dred Midtamitioilaii futilities have
already arrived 111 Set via.
t 'Prospic'.or" In Smile Ana Herald.]
Mr. Lyons, whom we reported as
going lo open n store, is erecting a
building for a restaurant instead of
Mr. Hoover lias Just opened a
store, and is prepared to furnish the
mines with anything to be found
in a well regul tted establishment.
He also has a saloon In connection
with his store.
We had a very pleas i, it chat with
Mr. Knnpp, the courteous Deputy
District Recorder, who does uot
lack for "gas," and is well posted
in matters In this district, and a
thorough gentleman in every re
Taylor & Co. had not suspended
work, as we reported last week. It
was an unintentional slander of
ours. We are happy to report that
Taylor &Co. are still working their
mine, and we hope with profit.
H. W. Lake seems to be perma
nently located here, as we see his
smiling visage daily. He is work
ing a force of hands and is getting
out some of tbe finest specimens
we have seen. Success to you, H.
Tbe "Blue Light Mining Co." is
still packing its ricli ore down the
hill to the dump, just below Silver
Huntington & Co. keep a few
men employed developing their
rich ledge. Their shaft is now
down thirty feet.
A San Bernardino Company is
opening a mine in Pine Gallon.
It is the nearest mine to the town.
Cash Harvey is erecting a dwel
ling house on his lot, just across
tlie creek from where his present
but now stands.
Several tents have been struck
within the past week.
Steven Gale is building a smelt
ing furnace just back of his fruit
stand, with the capacity of smelt
ing 100 pounds of the precious metal
per day. It is methodically ar
ranged, and shows that Mr. Gale
means busiuess. He is going to
give the Silverado ore a thorough
smelting test. May he be encour
aged in his undertaking.
There are two butcher shops now
in full blast, and not ten feet apart.
"Competition," you know, "Is the
life of trade."
Surveyor Ellis has been absent a
week fixing up his business so he
uau remain in (he hills long
enough lo survey oft lhe mines.
Cash Harvey is doing a good
business at his feed yard. It is gen
erally full, aud Cash is a conversa
tionalist, you bet! His wife has
tgain honored Silverado with her
presence and Cash is happy.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
W. U. J". BROOKS. OBOttOKJ. CLARKE.
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
aay ALLEN'S BUIDING, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
J. A. Carkv. Thos. a. Faqan.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Runuhos. Houses, Lots and Other Prop
erty Bought aud Sold ou Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. FAGAN Is also an Attorney-at-Law.
GRAHAM & CO.,
THEATRICAL MANAGERS' BILL
POSTERS, DISTRIBUTERS, GEN
ERAL ADVERTISERS AND
Owners of all BILL BOARDS through
out the city. Prompt and reliable at
tention given to all orders.
Office—No. 8 MARKET STREET, next
to Wells, Fargo A Co.'a, Los Angeles.
P. O. Box 81. SIS
For Santa Monica.
A COVERED CARRIAGE IS NOW
RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Los Angeles & Santa Monica,
falling at the hotels nt 7 each morning.
FARE, FIFTY CENTS.
aarOrders can be left at the American
FARMERS' a MERCHANTS'
Of Lot* Aiitcel»B.
CAPITAL 000,000 OO
ISAIAS W. II X 1,1,.MAN President
L. 0. GOODWIN Vice-President
JOHN MILNER Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAIASW.HSLI.IIAR, Eitoknk MavKlt,
O. W. Childs, L, C. Goodwin,
CHAKLtd DUCOMMUN, JosE MABCAHEL,
Johns. Gkifkin, C. B.Thos,
Exchange for sale oa
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLTN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
I :,iy and Kell
LEGAL, TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay tbe highest price for Gold
aud Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, ou all moneys
teit as Term Deposits. Interest will ba al
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital • 300,000
J. E. H01.1.F.N BECK ...President
E. F. SPENCK Cashier
A. H. Wilcox, W. Woodworth,
S. H. Mol l. H. MABOHT,
t. LANKKRSUIXI, O S. WITHEKIIY.
E. F. SPENCK, J. E. HOLLENBECK.
This Bank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Uaue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Angeles Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. 8. SLAUSON Preildent
it. Si. BAKER Vice-President
J.M. ELLIOTT Cashier
J.S. Slacson, P. Be a unity,
V. A. Hoover, Kobkrt S. Baker,
J. Bixby, Geo. W. Prkscott
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco.
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
B'.iy exchange on all parts of the United
States and Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
«fc FASHION %Qk
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses nnd Carriages, single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
hand for the accommodation of the nub
ile. Horses Boarded by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the shortest notloe and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
laMtf WILSON A YOUNG, Prop's.
GRAND BALL I
At RanchitoSchool House,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF RANCHITO
TICKETS. Including supper 12 30.
O X O- -A. R, S !
PUOPBIBTOR OF TUB
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW BB rOTJNO AT
r*o. a HPBING ST.,
At the Key West Cigar Faotory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO Into cigars of approved
brands. He also deals In all lines of
Smokers' Articles. Give him a call,
J. P. REDDING
Will devote his attention to the
Wells, Cesspools,Taults, etc.
aarAlso. WHITEWASHING. HOWBE
CLEANING and GENERAL JOBBING
Orders may be left at this office or wltb
Jesse Butler, Main street.
Now being erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTUAL SOCIETY, oil Temple street,
Los Angeles City, 1400 feot from tho juoctlon of Spring and Main streets, which is
considered the center of business.
1 |TUe Pavilion lot haa a frontage of 200 feet on Temple street and extends back to Sand street, a depth ol 310 feet. Tbe above
nut represeuts the Temple street Iront. The Sand street front la reached by easy grade, with no stairs. Tbe Pavllon oonsists
,f a malu hall, two stories high, with alrODtageot 70 feet, by a depth of 132 feet, with an annex 89x06 leet la tbe rear, to be
devoted 10 tbo purposes of a atage, and annexes on eaoh side 60 x5O feet, two stories la height, one to be devoted to the pur
poses of a Maoliiaery Hall and the other to an ArtGaliery. In tbe augles, la front of these aunexes, one-story apartments
will be constructed4ox32 feel each, whlcb will be 112x70 feet, and, with tbe extensive galleries, will have ,a seating capacity of
1000. The Pavilion complete presents a frontage ol 176 feet bya depth of 101. The main central ball Is now being built, and
-he wings will be added as soon as tne finances of the Society will permit. The Direotors Intend lo build only so far as they
can pay, and are firmly resolved to Incur no Indebtedness.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL 80CIETY
WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION,
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878.
All Premiums will be paid In coin except when otherwise specified. Liberal Preml urns are being offered la the following
departments: Fhst-Agiicullural Impleiueuts, Vehlclea, etc. Secoud-Texllle Fabrics and materials Horn which tbey are
made. Third—Mechanical Prcducls, Musical Instruments, eto. Fourth—Agrleultural Products, Flowers, eic. Filth—Frulta,
Fruit Trees. Raisins, Wines and Brandies, sixth—Fine Arta.
LOCAL DEPARTMENTS.—In order lo give each locality exhibiting produota at the Fair ample credit for tbelr productions,
each lown, neighborhood or school district applying for space will be allowed a department ol Ita own, winch will be properly
designated, and will be aa laige as la consistent with the capacity of tbe Hall and the applications for space.
This Is the largest Hall south of San Franclaco In ibis State, and tbo prospects are good that tbe approaching Fair will be
the largest ever held In Southern California. The Central Paolilo Ra.lruad Company will transport all articles exhibited at
■ho Falrover their respective routes FKKK OF CHARGE. Freight being paid on them to the fair will be returned upon re
shipment by the same owner and oxhibitlou cf certldeate of Seoretary tbat the same has been exhibited. Wells, Forgo *
Co.'s Express Uo. will carry free of charge all articles sent to the Fair for exhibition not exceeding ten pounds In weight. Ar
rangements are being made wltb lhe Steamship Company to carry freight and passt ngers at the usual reductions, particulars
of which will he published as soon as definite arrangements are completed.
EXCURSION TRAINS are being organized on all the roads centering at Los Angeles. Those trains will carry passengers to
and from Los Angelesat less than half the regular rates, and ample time will be gHen exoursloiilrls to visit lhe Fair and ex
amine tbe city and couuty. Tbe excursion train from tbe north will start from San Francisco. Particulars la rexard (to the
running of theae trains will be made public at an early day. . „ ~, .
Tho Society will have In Its Pavilion this year more space than any Fair ever before held-in Southern California, and yet tbo
applications for space are so much groater than ever before that those desiring to exhibit should lose no lime In. making ap
plications for spaoo to tbe Superintendent. Towns and neighborhoods should tukc steps at once losocure a creditable repre
sentation of their respective localities. Wo charge Is made for spaces or entries. Each exhibitor moat hold, however, a Sea
son Tloket, which will cost three dollars. Premium List and Rules and Regulations sent free on application to tho Secretary.
The I'avlllon will bo completed in time for holding ol Fair at the day adverll.ed.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary. J. DeBARTH SHORB, President.
t6td M. 11. KIMBALL, Superintendent
Lots for Sale!l
—OK THI •
West Los Angeles
Offers lhe hest opportunity Tor delightful
homesteads of any that has ever been of
fered for sale to the public.
THE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL.
Only sufflcleuty inclined forgood drainage
THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT.
And ol such charac that It never cakes
and is neither muddy lv Winteruordusty
IT HAS A DITCU OF WATEK RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed and ruunlug through the en.
tire land and 1 now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en
Ing Into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT OF THE LOS ANQELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED OK THE GROUNDS.
This Is really the West End ol our beau
tiful city, with the benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
unoontamlnated by gas or sower effluvia.
A glance at tile elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now e.ooted and
In course of erection must satisfy any per
;on desiring a home that this is the olace.
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MAPS WILL BE FOUND
At the offlce of the Farmers' a M
oh ants' Bank.
Also, at the offlce of the Main Sire
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W. CHILDB and JOHN G. DOWNEY
will give special attention to those seek
ing information. lepUstr
IN Ml>ol> Wliislcy
Has been found a remedy for INDIGES
TION, DYSPEPSIA and NER
It la sovereign in ita effcocv lor
Medicinal & Family Purposes.
TbAiMtdleal Faculty concur iv tbe
Judgment tbut it la
A PURE STIMULANT AND TONIC
AND THE CONQUEROR OF
Nouo Kenuiuo unless labeled aith tlie
slgnaluie rlf G. SIMMONL.s, sue Pro.
prletor, ovc.- Ibe coik.
PREUSS & SCHUMACHER,
SOLE AOF.NT3 FOR LOS ANGELES
CITY AND COUNTY.
Who will supply the trade at the same
price and terms Hint the goods can be
had from the proprietor, iv Kan Fran
I FANCY GOODS,
Can be found in —
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
W. M. WILLIAMS. F. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
WAREHOUSE—San Pedro st. depot.
OFFICE—Noa. 1 and .1, Downey Block,
with Thompson A Ellis.
N. B.—We are prepared lo make liber
al loans on grain stored wilh us ut ONE
PER CENT, per month. a9tf
FIRST CLASS WHEAT LANDS
Apply to MACLAY A MOFFITT, San
F aodo, JUDGE WIDNEY, or COL.
B. E.3HEWITT, Los Angeles. sC-2m
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITY.
HZ. 10,. BROWN,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Two doors east ot old stand, on Court St.,
South or Court House.
Sales on Saturdays, from 9
A. M. till 4 l*. M. Special sales made nt
any time or placj. Cash paid for all
kinds ol goods.
Heiereuce, hy permission: ft. E. Hyde,
President Bank or Vlsalia; E. F. Spence,
CashierCotnt.iercliil Bank, 1,. A.
SI2U H. It. BROWN, Auctioneer.
J. G. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Street!.
DOOUs, WINDOWS, BUNDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PAItIS, CEMENT AND
j. M, GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth * Co.'s
— AUD —
Ho. is Commercial street, steer
■all reed Depet. mr»W
Fashionblo Merchant Tailor,
"VTo. 13 TEMPLE Rlock, Spring street,
Loa Angeles. He haa the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT lrt Southern
California. His old customers and Ihe
Subllc will And It the place to get BEST
TYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Rerers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, lor whom be
has made clotblng.
aVNo necessity to send to San Fran
olsco for good fitting suits. deoDO-tf
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flratMONl'rt V ol ertsh atia**i, •
' ▼ v p. m Members of (Van,
phii, No. 302, aud II MMii MMMii 4l
gnod standing are cor llallj Invltea, a
Hy onler of the »':■ »?. *■ t
h s ai««'e» Chapter Na. $» bTt ».
l&i lilJ Sojourning eomßaakaaa
f\ good eluding eoMlßl
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Lot Angeles CaaaeU Na. U,,|M|
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Holds ita stated aaaembliea en'tha «t
Monday of eacn moaib at KaabafiKaa
■I 7 jur. m Kojouruina CvmtammLmm
aood standing are fraternelly'uvrted
""'"u 0j . . NVimsrj^:
o* ■---T- - mmi «•
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Hohla its stated couclavaa al "-- -
(urn In Masonic Hall, ou iIiTTsS
THURSDAY ol each moiMh r ,at«ta«SL
p. M. Sojourning Knigbta 'JenTaJarl
icssl standing are c..r.1'.,1i> inTISSI,. a
tend. By order of the
J - C Lrrrr,ariai,D, Recorder. *Js,""'
l.os Aagelei Lodge »c. aa, r. WtaJr.J
week al 7V o>eMaV Ba*
lournlng bretAa Ja^aaS
atandlng aro cordially InTlttd. *^*""""! ;•
Orange Grove EaeaMßMai, Ra. ((.L*. >
jßwaWeßi. nrnrrt . ~ r -ttigf
aW the Heeond apt HaS
■<Hj»_ajaT TUESDAYS of •aeTLasS
\ . 7« p. m. "if '-f" TaliT
archs In good .lauding are eexeuSftw £3. ■
ted to attend.
B. Mabx*b». Scribe 0 C ' *
fStj OLIVC LODOK. 24).
sAmpr meets every Tho ran ag a»laa»»St ,
7 o'clock, at tbe tV*t)«-Hail.
Downej Block, au aojuunuhMJKaJatbta
■v koo.l standing are cordiallylnvfiad
I. A. DONBJlOW.tta
C. E. Milis.K. of R. fa.
Confidence Engine Company Nt. 2.
» REGULAR UEXTIXOS el
w. a. moors. UimmMiy.r
SIR ASTIaEY COOFBaVB
r, Th ,?. greHt KntHab remedy tor Nerro.a
Debility, Spermatorrhea and I trjsaaluia .
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thorooghly an
permanently, any case or mill LiSn-Tra.
VITALITY or Nervou. DeWil£;Jltiiei
acute or of long standing, and In either
«ex, o>> matter from what ***** aro
The Vital ReatoratHo
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, la
not a quack nostrum, hence penecll
safe to take; Is pleasant to the taeti
.upplies to the cerebro spinal and na
pathetic system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The blooo, rejuvenating and nllnllaaial
ing both mind anu body. Thiiilaaiidi
both In this country and In Europe,'ea
testify to the great restorative properth
vi this really great medicine.
Price, S3 per bottle, or four tinea tbe
quautlty lor (10. Kent lo any address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to .
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate of tbe University of Paianayl
vania and late Keslrtent surgeun to th
Orthopoedlc Hospital of Phll.de
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Krancison
P.M.-DR. MINTIE can be co net] I tea
In reierence to the above complaint* dat
ing office hours from 0 a. a, 109 r. I
dally, and irom li to s In Ihe events
Sunnays ,10 A. v. to IP. M. fllll.ala.lll
FREE. Thorough examination saner,
vie,-. «.s. Full dlreotlona and advice fre
with every nackage of medicine. Itlm
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLE
This Dryer, patented August 7th, HIT
avoids many oblecUons tound In othi
dryers. It Is rapid in It. work, very ero
uomlcal, dries different hi tides al II
same time, win not oantage holt I
overheating and ladles urn,.misled tan
manage it. Has alwajs gi\<u
P R I CX,
PROM 875 TO S6OO.
For circulars or information, aaMaaea
GEO. H. PECK, A fa**,
' m Ei MootaeQal."
THE SUN. 1
1878. NEW YORK. ff7l>
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subscriptions, tbe aun would reaakea aa
friends and well.wiabera si.iiahai.. Ifctja
Is again a candidate for their eeeaiesawSav
and support. Upon Ita record for SwmbS
ten year. It rellaa for a Illilials?af laa
hearty sympathy and geo.roun e*oaaaasaaa
which has hitherto bee. exu«ded teMBMahV
every quarter of th* Union.
The dally gun 1. a four page ia**tef Meats
uinns. price by mall, post paid, M eaats a
month, or $6.50 per year.
Tbe Sunday edition of th* Ban is aa Bight
page sheet of so columns. While allßßl'Mja
news of the day. it .1.0 *rr*lln* a aMtf
amount of literary and in iae*llaa*oß* auMar
specially prepared for ft, Th* Baaaavawa
has mat with great aucoeu. Peat p*Mt)ji
The Weekly atmat.
Who doe* not know th* wwaklx
circulates throughout the Unltac Itaaaai, taar
Oanadas, and beyond. Ninety tßoeMßßaWßß
illea greet lv welcome page. TisaiJlM
regard it in th. light of gala*. eanMaßHßsh
fneud. Iv uewa. Mitoilal. agrlawlßaaßUß
literary departments make It aaweacH
lournai for th. family aad ttM mmuM
Terms: One Debar a year, peat BaleV ~t
price. ,|uallly rftW*aMH
**t pnl,ll,be4. For O\MmmVA%tM
with 110 csh, w* will read v *bSTwJ
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