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ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
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corner of spring and Temple St*. alOlt
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'i its Vista street. I ney Block,upslalrs.
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, >i>K*«*ll, LAN FRANCO BLOCK,
it. Itenhgeuoe Downey Avenue. Kali
i. -s itigeles, near the end of street mil
. >ttl c hours from in to 12 a. m ■ ', from 1 to
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Or. Joseph Kurtz
(tils leinoved his office lo No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over Dollar* Bradley's Furni
Oftlce Hours— From 10 lo li, 4 101 l mid S
io 9. Residence— busna Vista slreet.
J. Beclitingor, M. D.,
|>HVSICI\N TO THE ITALIAN IN-
I ilepeiiilHiit and French M. B. Moclo
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iter Musou anil Psoitis streets, San Fran
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Or. ChinQuong Ziri,
.'III MWK DOCTOR.
uFF'l'ti-Oorasr Los Angeles and Ar
ittß'ltures ell kinds of diseases.
Otiice hours from 0 to It A. a. end from
i to 5 ant 7 to 9 P. M. upSUtf
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
Having received a diploma from Proi.
Wilms and Dr. Auerbach, of the Berlin,
Prussia, Hospital, I can confidently offer
my services to the citizens of Los Ange
les for the removal of corns, bunions,
cliildblnlns and In.growing nails by the
most approved scientific methods. No
knives used. Cupping and leeching also
Patients visited at their houses with
out extra charge. s2l-lm
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIGNORKT'H BUILDING, opposite
R. HUGHE*, In returning thanks to
thu public for their liberal patronage,
can with uoufldeuoe reoommend his
As tbe great PURIFIER and EftUAL
i/.EBof the human body, enabling the
system to throw off Its impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth moro lnsnl
ratio.i of air than oan beontitlnel by
breathing, by opening the pores of the
-kin and giving full play to the insensi
ble respiration bo necossary to physical
SuVA lemale constantly on hand to
Open from g A. xt. to 7 P. H. sMlf
Daily Los Angeles Herald.
riissraigi ra uoiiik Moutla.
Mojave, Sept. 25.— J. Bobart,
It. Olivier aud wile, Mrs. Bragg,
Gen. J. C. Fremont, wife and ser
vants, Mlsa K. B. FremoDt, F. P.
i Fremont, Jns. Kitchen, A. Godey,
Mrs. D. T. Money, F. H. E. Dixon,
M. L. Crowell.
MraH.au l'«»i«sTr«>a. ■«. N.a.l»i>.
City oi 1 Mexico, Sept. 18th.—
Congress opened on the 16th. Presi
dent Diaz sent in a message which
reviewed the American question.
He claims that tbe Mexican Gov
ernment performed Its duties to
ward tbo United States iv good
faith to tho best of Us power, and
further) that Mexico desires to cul
llvato peace with all nations, espe
cially with the United States. It
is determined at the same time,
however, to maintain Mexico's In
dependence and honor. The Pres
ident also says that, the Senate au
thorized Its Executive to treat with
the American Government for mu
tual military co-operation on Ibe
Kio Grande, but asked, as a condi
tion to such co-operation, that Ihe
order given to General On! he
cntinteiuiahiled. The United Stales
ri'fustd lo veto the order, anil the
Mexican Government agreed to
Nun I' rai.fl.e-i MaM mi-is,
Ban Fkancisco, Sept. 25th —
Wheat dull; shipping, $1 62£(0)
1.07}; milling, $1.65@1 70, parched,
foul, etc., $firstname.lastname@example.org. Barley
quiet; brewing, firm at 5>email@example.com;
bay feed, $1.1(>@1.15; coast, 87}c®
$1; condemned fair large white,
$1.10; small yellow, $1.15©1.17 J.
Rye, $firstname.lastname@example.org, nominal. Oats—
California, $email@example.com; Oregon,
nominal. Hay— Common stock,
$74; choice wheal, $14}; medium
grades, $10©i2. Potatoes steady;
Rail Frn.iclsltii— If cvaliiiMilei. I. lv
Hip Freuell ftnvlatlta Bank—MUloiile.
San Francisco, Sept. 25th.—Mr.
Rust-el, acting manager of tbe
French Savings Bank, states
that the accounts have beeu
straightened out by the Directors
but the business is not yet footed
up. He reports that oilier Irregu
larities Hutu those already made
public have been discovered, tbe
nature of which is at present kept
private. Tho Commissioners will
go over lhe accounts to-day and
probably to-morrow they will re
Julian Avery Keefe, who was
yesterday convicted In the City
Criminal Court of visiting a gam
bling bouse, this morning cut his
throat from ear to ear, at bis lodg
ings on Montgomery avenue, near
Dupnut slreet. He Is still alive,
but cannot recover. He was a
printer by trade, aged 91, He
staled after b's conviction that he
whs ruined, and Ihe act is doubtless
nt! i Unliable to that feeling.
SJgsatMie Boy lOllrd.
Ualt, Sept. 25.—A strange boy,
about 10 years of age, name not
known, was killed here this morn
lag by freight train No. 8.
Hi" PelHlllltla r'**lr.
PETALUMA, Cul , Sept, 25.—The
slock parade this forenoon was a
splendid display, there being two
lines of half a mile in length,
closely crowded. Tho Pavilion dis
play greatly surpasses that of all
previous years in nearly every par
ticular. The anuual address will
be delivered 10-morrow at 11 A. M.,
hy Rev. J:is. A. Seawell, of San
Tlie agaOhSSsS Irwlr.
Stockton, Sept. 25.—The attend
ance at the Pavilion Is rather light.
The Fair recelplsaresl,Goo,against
$900 last year. The annual address
will be delivered Thursday even-
Ing, by Rev. T. S. Kalloeh.
Nlltvlile «*l mm « K-QfUcl»t.
FITCHBURG, Mass., Sept. 24th.—
Aililisou I,nihil, ex-Meuiher of
Congress anil Naval Officer for the
port of New York iluri og Grant's
administration, committed suloide
here 10-duy by hanging himself in
the garret of his house. He bas
been suflering from bad health for
Allentown, Pa., Sept. 24 —By a
boiler explosion to-day, at a slate
factory, Frank Kennel, engineer,
was instantly killed, ex-Coustahle,
Win. Hunt was badly wounded
nnd several others were Injured.
The engine house and wash house
were completely wrecked.
A Viilcimo Itesiluirs Business.
Ecuador, Sept. 24 —The volcano
Caloparl is again in a state of erup
tion, throwing out immense clouds
of smoke and ashes which can be
seen from Ouyaquail. The eruption
is the most violent that has been
known for some years.
Tlie airnlslis Out nemoeralle
Boston, Mass., Sept. 25.—The
Democratic Stale Convention met
in Faneuil Hall pursuant to tho ad
journment ordered by the cornmit
lee at Worcester. Admission to
the galleries was gained only by
tickets furnished by the Slate Cen
tral Committee. Edward Avery
called the Convention to order.
nrniUHllv Elllssile l,i SJlkUrt Prr.
Chicauo, Sept. Bolt..—The Tri
says that yesterday an examina
tion of witnesses waß proceeding
there to secure testimony to be used
in the case of the United States vs.
Samuel J. Tilden, to recover the
deficiency In his taxes. In the
course of tlie investigation certain
books containing accounts of
the New York Iron mine
were being used. Tildeu's
counsel,the Hon. Thomas Harland,
nf New York, bandied tbe books
during the proceedings, and laid
them iv a pile near the door. About
half past B o'clock, as the Commis.
sioner was quietly proceeding with
the depositions, two men suddenly
rushed into the room, one cover
ing tbe other by thrusting him
self between (he books and
tbe officers, while the other
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 26. 1878.
passed tbe books to a conspirator
on a stairway. Mr. Wetmore, tba
witness, pursued th* robber to tbe
foot of the stairs, but, by means of
a carriage standing prepared, the
villain escaped under cover of the
night. As soon as the pa
pers could be issued, over
which there was some delay,
owing to the lateness or the hour,
mounted officers started in pursuit,
but succeeded In only overtaking
tbe empty carriage about two
hours after tbe robbery. It is aaid
that the evideno* beiug procured
from tbe book* waa making an
overwhelming case against Tilden,
and necessitated a resort to desper
ate means on tbo part of Tildeu's
Tbe East India Omlauk.
London, Ber>t. 25.—A Calcutta'
dispatch state* that orders have
been Issued to concentrate troops
towards the frontier with a
view to early operations if neces
sary. It is seml-offlcially an
nounced that tbe Ameer of Cabul
has allowed three letters from the
Viceroy of India to remain unan
swered. A Bombay dispatch says
that no attempt will be made to
induce the Ameer to receive
(he British Envoy. Tbe mission is
already broken up. General Sir
Neville Chamberlain has left for
Madras. A force of 8,000 men will
start In a few days to strengthen
the force at Quel tali. It Is consid
ered certain tbat a move will be
made thence on Candahors which
would cut off communications be
tween Cabul and Hurat. Sim
ultaneously with this movement
another force of 6,000 men will go
to ICohat, and, it is believed, will
enter Afghanistan by Koram val
ley, whilst a third column will
traverse Kbyber Pass It is esti
mated that there will be
a plenty of time for these
operations before snow falls.
A dispatch from Simla confirms
the moat of the details regarding
the concentration of troops. It re
ports that the Moram valley people
are friendly and peaceable, and by
this route a force might advance
within seventy miles of Cabul.
The Kbyber Pass will be avoided.
It is not intended to attack Cabul.
The probable effect of the demon
stration will be to show the help
lessnesa of the Ameer, and concili
ate the frontier tribes by friendly
London, Sept. 25.—A dispatch
from Mmla reports that the Com
missioner at Peahawar is negotiat
ing with hopes of success to de
tach the inhabitants of Khyber
Pass from the Ameer of Cabul.
The lusurgent War.
Vienna, Sept. 25.—1t is officially
announced that the Austrlans oc
cupied Ragatica without opposi
tion. It is learned that the Insur-
Kents, after the battle at Siukovlcs,
fled panic-stricken to Vicbegrad
London, Sept. 25.—A Bucharest
dispatch discredits the reports of
preparations for resistance in the
Dubrudscba to Roumanian occupa
A Bmu tv RfOvgraMlae Tin k « y.
London, Sept. 25.—A Constanti
nople dispatch states that the Rus
siau headquarters have heen re
moved to Adriannple. Khirlden
Pasha, formerly Prime Minister of
the Bey of Tunis, has been men
tioned to the Sultan as capable of
reorganizing Turkish affairs, and
the BuIlM has askod him to state
Strike ul" Ciillun Out rail yes
LONDON, Sept.2s.-A serious strike
has occurred agaiust a reduction of
wages in the faotories of colored
cotton at Radcliffe, Peeki ngton and
Unsworth. Three thousand looms
BwaSS luillan New*.
London, Sept. 25.—A dispatch
from Simla says ihatGholam Hus
sein Khan,who went to Cabul with
the Viceroy's letter, has been re
called. A force under General
Roberts has been dispatched to
Keoram Valley. A column num
bering six thonsaud men bas been
ordered at Mooltan, and a thousand
go to Quetla. Active military op
erations are making at Rawul.
Mubaenplloua In Paris fur Telletv
Paris, Sept. 25 —Subscriptions
for the yellow fever sufferers of the
United States reach twelve thou
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOR ANGELES, Cal.
W. H. J. BROOKS. OaOSMI J. OLARKS.
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Exam Iners of Titles.
Ste-ALLEN'S BUIDING, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
J. A. Carky. Thos. A. Faoan.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Rancho,. Houses, Lou and Other Prop
erty Bought and Sold on Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. pagan Is also an Attorney-at-Law.
GRAHAM & CO.,
THEATRICAL MANAGERS' BILL
POSTERS, DISTRIBUTERS, GEN
ERAL ADVERTISERS ANU
Owners or all BILL BOARDS through
out the elty. Prompt and reliablo at
tention given to all orders.
Offlce—No. S MARKET STREET, next
to Wells, Fargo ± Co.'s, Los Augeies.
P, O. Box Si. sIS
FARMERS' « MERCHANTS'
Of Loa Autfelae.
CAPITAL BOO.OttO OO
IBAIAB W. HBLLMAN .......ftwld.at
L. U. GOODWIN VkM-Pn.ld.nt
JOHN MILNER. ...tsMret.ry
BOARD OP DlSBtllttl,
ISA lAS W. H XLLM AH, KUBSBrB K»U,
0. w. Child.. l. C. Ooosnrtß,
t'HIKLM Ul'COslstVß. Jo«S M.SQ.atL.
Johns, aurmt, C.tfna,
Fkakk Lacotrvaaxra. %
-o nli.tsar —.mi-..:'
Exchange for sal. ou
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Huy aad Hull
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, BTATE, COUNTY.
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay tbe highest price for Qold
aud Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
lell as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital 300,000
J. K. HOLLENBECK President
E. P. SPSNCE _ cashier
A. H. Wilcox, W. Woodworth,
a. H. Moti . H. Mabtjht,
1. IiANKKHSUIJS, O. a. WITHSRBY,
E. P. Branca, J. E. Hollshbkck,
This Bauk Is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificate,
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current rates of exohange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIN HTKKK 1\
Log Augeies Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. BLAUSON President
R. 8. BAKER Vice-President
J. M. ELLIOTT CHbler
J. S. BI.AUSON, P. BgAUDJtT,
V. A. Hoovim, Robert H. v a kick,
J. Bixby, Ouo. w. Prkscott
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Savings Bank deposit*.
Buy and sell exohange on San Franolsco,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Buy exchange on alt parts of the United
States and Europe.
Reoelve money on open acoount and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exohange business.
m£ FASHION 3B£
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON t% YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kepi constantly on
hand for the accommodation of the pub
lic. 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 rcas.
ouable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California
Ja24tf WILSON * YOUNG, Prop's.
PaOPBXBTOR OP THE
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW BX FOUND AT
NO. S SPRING ST.,
At the Key West Clear Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO Into cigars or approved
brands. He also deals In all fines ol
Smokers' arilcles. Give him a call.
W. M. WILLIAMS. F. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
WAREHOUSE—San Pedro st. depot.
OFFICE—Noa. 1 and 8, Downey Block,
with Thompson A Ellis.
N. B.—We are prepared to make llbsr
al loans on grain stored with us at ONE
PER CENT, per month. a*tr
FIRST CLASS WHEAT LANDS
Apply to M ACLA V * MOFFITT, San
F ando, JUDGE WIDNEY, or OOL,
E. K-SH E WITT, Los Angeles.twa.l-zm
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. _____
Now being erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTUAL SOCIETY, on Temple street,
Los Angeles City, HOO feet from the junction of Spring and Main streets, which is
considered the center of business.
I |The Pavilion lot has a frontage of 300 reet on Temple street and extends back to Sand street, a depth ol 310 feet. The above
cut represents the Temple street Iront. Tbe Sand street front la reached by easy grade, with uo stairs. The Pavllou consists
of a main hall, twostorles high, Wltb a iron tag* of 78 feet, by a depth of 132 feet, with aa annex 89x66 feat In the rear, to be
devoted to the purposes of a stage, and annexes on each side 50x50 feet, two stories In height, one to be devoted to the pur
poses of a Macuiaery Hall and the other to an Art Oaltery. In the angles, In front or these annexes, one-story apartments
will be constructed4ox32 feet each, which will be 112x76 leet. and, with the extensive galleries, will have ,a seating capacity of
4,000. The Pavilion complete presents a frontage ol 176 feet by a depth of 161. The main central ball Is now being built, and
the wings will be added as soon as the fluanoes of the Society will permit. The Directors Intend to build only so far as they
can pay, and are firmly resolved to lucur no Indebtedness.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION.
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878.
All Premium*, will be paid In coin except when otherwise specified. Liberal Premiums are being: offered la the following
departments: First—Agricultural Impleiuents, Vehicles, etc. Second—Textile Fabrics and materials ironi which they aie
made. Third—Mechanical Products, Musical Instruments, etc. Foui t h--Agricultural Products, Flowers, etc. Fifth—Fruits,
Fruit Trees. Raisins, Wines and Brandies, sixth—Fine Arts.
LOCAL DEPARTMENTS.—In order lo give each locality exhibiting products at tbe Fair ample credit for their productions,
each town, neighborhood or school district applying for space will be allowed a department of ita own, which will be properly
designated, and will be as large as Is consistent with the capacity of the Hall and the applications for space.
Tbls Is the largest Hall south of San Francisco In this State, and the prospeols are good that the approaching Fair will be
the largest ever neld In Southern California, The Central Pacific Railroad Company will transport all articles exhibited at
the fair over their respectlva routes FKEK OF CHARGE. Freight being paid on them to the Fair will be returned upon re
shipment by the same owner and exhibition of certificate of Secretary that the same baa been exhibited. Wells, Kargo &
Co.'s Express Co. will carry free of charge all articles sent to tbe Fair for exhibition not exceeding ten pounds in weight. Ar
rangements are be in* made with the Steamship Company to carry freight and passengers at the usual reductions, particulars
of which will be published as soon as definite arrangements are oompleted.
EXCURSION TRAINS are being organized on all tbe roads centering at Los Angeles. These trains will carry passengers to
and from Los Angeles at less than half tbe regular rates, and ample time wilt be given exonrsionlrts to visit the Fair and ex
amine the city and county. The excursion train from the north will start from San Francisco. Particulars In regard |to the
running of these trains will be made public at an early day.
The Society will have In Its Pavilion this year more space than any Fair ever before held In Southern California, and yet the
applications for space are so much greater than ever before that those desiring to exhibit should lose no time In making ap
plications forspace to the Superintendent. Towns and neighborhoods should take step* at once la secure a oreditable repre
sentation of their respective localities. No charge Is made for spaces or entries. Kach exhibitor must hold, however, a Sea
son Ticket, which will cost three dollars. Premium Llstand Rules and Regulations sent free on application to the Secretary.
Tbe Pavilion will be completed In time for holding or Fair at the day advertised.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary. J. DeBARTH SHORB, President.
e6td M. H. KIMBALL, Superintendent.
TO THE PUBLIC.
In reply to the libelous article circulated hy tho editor of La Re
forma on August 30th last, the following statement, being the actual
condition ot the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles at the
close of busluess on Saturday, August 31st, IS7B, is, by the order of
the Board ot Trustees of said Bank, given to the public:
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
Farmers'and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles,
At the close of business, Saturday, August 3UI, 1878:
Cash ou hand $114,438 04
Cash with correspondents—
First National Gold Bank, San Francisco $16,381 29
Bank of California, San Fraucisco 17,817 17
Londou & San Francisco Bank (Limited), 8. F. 757 42
Ageucy of Bank of California, New York 3,603 47
38 459 35
Total Cash 162,897 39
Loans and discounts 746,427 70
Bonds and warrants 6,179 19
Bank building 18,000 00
Vaults and fixtures 8,614 80
Real estate, taken In foroolosure of mortgages 10,518 70
Capital, paid up in gold $475,000 00
Reserve fund 50,000 00
Total capital 525,000 00
Surplus and undivided profits 20,804 60
Dividends unpaid ~ 600 00
Due depositors 896,233 18
E. it O. E. Los Angeles, August 31st, 1878.
J. V. WACHTEL, Bookkeeper.
aWo bave examined tbe books and counted the cash, and find all
correct as per this statement.
Signed: L. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN 8. GRIFFIN,
C. E. THOM,
O. W. CHILDS,
The Board of Trustees of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank
of Los Angeles.
State of California, \
City and County of Los Angeles, j
Isalas W. Hellmau, President of the Farmers' aud Merchants' Bank
of Los Angeles, aud John Milner, Secretary of said Bank, being sever
ally duly sworn, each for himself deposes and says: That the foregoing
statement of the actual condition of tho assets and liabilities of said
corporation is true and correct to the best of their knowledge and belief.
ISAIAB W. HELLMAN,
Subscribed aud sworn to before me at the city and county of Los An
geles, California, tbls »th day of September, A. D. 1878.
slO lm [Seal.] JAMES C. KAYS, Notary Public.
Congregation B'nai Berith.
The selling and renting of seats In the
Synagogue will take place on SUNDAY,
September 22d, from 10 A. M. till 12 m. and
from 2 till 4 p. at., al the basement of the
Synagogue. All Information regarding
Fiews and seats oan thoreaßer be obtained
rom the Secretary.
Office with Manning A MoMenomy,
Plumbers, No. Stt Central Block, Spring
Montana Meat Market.
FRCKLING ERA FRANK, (M§Jf
Thu best snd temlerest MeatsAMTJ
lv the market. None but the •sbbwjbbL
Primes* Bessf and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Mon
tana Meat Market, Main street, near
Flnt. Tst. Angelea
TUB OLDEST AUCTIONEER NOW
ia business lv southern California.
Corner of BPRINU and MARKET streets.
W.H. NORTHC RAFT
Has been engaged In the business of
Auctioneering and other brunches of
trade for 25 years,and feels warranted in
saying that he can give satisfaction la
any business onti v.led to his care.
tar U\Stt pntd for Household and
Kitchen Kiirni'u «, Horses, Wagons and
Buggies and all other articles of value.
REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY.
Will RENT HOUSES and furnish
household and farm help.
swAdvanees made ou consignment*.
Commissions on money loaned, one per
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
Of L">s Angeles City and County.
First Slate, County and City License
taken out ret. Ist, 18& M, and kept up
uninterrupted to tbe present date.
SL W. NOYES,
With J. Q. He Turk, No. I MARKET Sr..
two door* above Wells, Fargo dt
Regular Sale I)»>s for horses, car
riage-, turnllure. tne, Wednesdays and
Saturdays from 10 o'clock a. v. to 4
o'clock i*. m. Cosh advances made on
consignment l *. Cash paid ior all kinds
ofgootlM.warenand merchandise. Charges
on tbe ' live and let let live" b isls.
N. It.-No real estate sold except by
auction, charges ou real estate sales
one par cent.
E. W. Auctioneer,
And General business Manager for J. G.
in.. Tin k. nv2l
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITY.
H. ZR/. BROWIT,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Two doors east of old stand, on Cou rL St.,
South of Court House.
•WRegnlar Sales on Saturdays, from tf
A. m. till 4r. M. Special sales made at
any time or place. Cash paid for all
kinds ol goods.
Reference, by permission: R, E. Hyde,
President Bank of Vlsalla; E. F.Spence,
Cashier Commercial Bank, L. A.
sl2tf H. R. BROWN, Auctioneer.
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased the stock and ax
tares of the well known Jewelry stare of
Mr. T. W. Stackpole, adding thereto a
large and entirely new assortment of
noods, we ere are prepared to show tbe
citizens of Los Angeles and vicinity one
of the finest and best selected stocks to
be found In the Stale, which will be sold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be in receipt of all
the latest novelties In watches, chains,
Jewelry,etc., to which the attentiou ol
thepublle is especially- invited.
In spec Lac leu we have a large and va
ried assortment, aud are the exclusive
agents in Southern California of the eel
eurated Laserus ** Morris p*irfecl*Ml spec*
tacles, which we claim are th*> flno-i In
Mr. Stackpole will remain In our em
ploy, having exclusive control of tbe
work department, and, as heretofore, es
pecial attention will be given to the re
pairing of fine watches and jewelry.
We shall be happy to sea all our old
friends and tile public at large.
JyStf SH Spring street.
BOCIgTY NOTICgj, ■
Maaetiro tfettßsj I ''"^
m I*M linlM Least* ■•;.€*,"»■.
_>\_. * A. M.-Th. iittM
jT or this Lodge are bob* asTl
fIrstMONDA V ofeaeßsssKWs*-
V 7:30 f. *. M«mb_o<
pha. «.,.. aoa, and en ataaler Maaooa i»
good .lauding are eoHtally lavttsat
By order of tbo W:- aft'
Cmas. Bmm. Reeretonr.
Los angslst Chastsr No. 11, IL' ■ A;.
Ut -Mftttt Cesserl Ha. |f, «M|i : |_t*
Holds IU slated assemblies oat tk« Sta
Monday of e»c_ mouth al MaaotUekaU
at 7:so p. «r. Sojourning riiiassMjSTla
good standing are fraujnaiir ImrSS w
Holds Its atated conolaves at th* Aa*.
lura In Masonic Hall, on Li iSSI
THURSDAY of eaoh month,at7* 045
r. m. Sojourning KnlgiiU Terapisrla
good .tending .record „ny iutiioST!> at
tend. By order of the "if* ■
J. O. LrrrxairULp, Record «r. **' °**
l»* Aua-eie* is*i»« x*. a0.i.«,. ta.r.
<^fafS D .tS^^
, , lournlng brethren la axS 9
•landing are cordially invited. " '"r"
A. P*A„,, R. H. / W " BAM> -
Orange Grove Encampment, Na. $f , T. $.
JH- kkoulak"meeting* tMla
■V P_ on the Second uIToSS
"afjgijP>TUSBDAYB of each stoats)**
_■, 7S p. m. Salournlnc Pat*,
"fto Luenf ,lUDd,nf »" ~^-Wffiri:
B. Ma__s.».B.rlb.. CC IJPB - d ,>
OLIVE LODCE, a*,
ineeu every "t
7 o'clock, at tba Castle-Hafll
Downey Block. All «Alo«i_hi, KaSSSj
m good standing are cordially "nriuH
_cvg. M r_ ro ,K I :oV g.*™™****
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
n REGULAR MEETDXGsa oi
.BsW this Comnany will take nlass
< _fc on the ant Wednesday era
«HPJH ulng of each month, at
-JstSTO*. unlock. By order, ' *
W.e. MOOBJI, ..rfs_,
SIR ABTLEY COOPEB'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE I
rJSnP*?, 1 Kn *"" h "niedy for Nervous
Deoiliiy, spermatorrhea aad 11isaaliiis
Deollne of Physical Korea. r ** mmm * mn
The Vital Restorative
Will positively ears. thoroughly aad
permanently, any case of KXhVuBTzS
Vitality or Nervous I>ibms, eltiet
acute or of long standing, and ii either i
sex, no matter from what cause pro
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scien tlflc presctiptHxa. Is
not a quack nostrum, hence perreetlv
safe to take: Is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the oerebro-sploal and arm
pathetic system of nerves new fores.
Purifies and Enriches
The blood, rejuvenating and relnvlforat
lng both mind aud body. Thousands
both In this country nnd In Europe, can v
testily to the great restorative properties *
of this really great medicine.
Price, (3 per bottle, or four times tbs
quantity lor «10. Sent to any address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate of tbe University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Her.eon to the
Orthopojdic Hospital of Pblladsl-
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Krsnehoo.
P. B.—DR. MINTIE can be consult*, i
in reference to tne above complaints dar- ■
ln„ otnee hours from 0 a. at. lo 8 p. su
daily, and from I lo i In theevwslDc.
.„ n ,?," y "v_ a. at.tolp.it. Consultation
HHI-,l'. i horough examination and ad
vice, to. Full directions and advice Ires
with every package of medicine. Irtttl
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August 7th, 1877,
avoids many ol lections p,und tn other
dryers. It Is rapid in in work, very ece
nomlcal, dries different srtlrles at Ihe
same time, win not demage fruit hy
overheating and ladles uus-sisled can
manage it. Has ulunys given
PKI C X .
FROM 876 TO 8600.
For circulars or Information, addsass
GEO. H. PECK, Agent,
'•™ El Monte, <]sl.
Fashionble Merchant TixNtr, '•
XT°' 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
±y Is.. Angeles. He has the LABUM-,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TA2LOBV
INO ESTABLISHMENT In
CalKornla. His old customers and the
public will find It the praoa to get BMT '
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET A SILK VKLVETXIIO,
Constantly on hand. Refers to task prla- M
clpal gentlemon of the elty, tor wkflsa ao
bas made clothing.
smtNo neceeslty to send to Baa JosM*- t
clsoo for good fitting suits. ililuWTF
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Successor to Chris. Henna) PTnrrlaaii. '
The CLEAREST, PUREST and aWKT .«
BRILLIANT LAGER BttßßßaalSlM |
San FranslisSi i
Orders for DRAUGHT or I 09 IL-Jl „
kit' It promptly attended to.
The ..elebrated Beer Cross HUS 1--»>ij
d«S«e onmpetition In the Mtaa*. «StsßT