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rrlee, Style, and r.loa-nneo »l Work,
J. A. GRAVES,
A I'IORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. I STTtELITZ BLOCK.
JOHN €. MORGAN,
v I TOHNWY AX 1-. A.W.
i.ilT.l SANTA MONICA,
t f. U. HOWAItU.
tin ward, Ilrosscan & Howard,
» rroitNEV- AMD OOUNSKLLORS
.\ AT LAW. M oins, M, Iff and 48 Tern.
, .- Itlock. ttilnl tloor, Los Angeles.
S. C. .-iUBBELL,
a ; T UINKY AT LAW, Rooms I anil I
iH IMICOmUJUf 1 s Blooki corner Main A
iunrosr||lal streets, Los Angeles. may?*tl
. .11AH3K1.1.. »■ "• SMITH
. a, CHAPMAN. a. a. smith
CHAPMAN & SMITHS.
. ITOHNEYB AT LAW.
•i-.i'l-,- TEMPI* i.'/a-h nwsnira,
gelea, Caiiftirnln.. *'t-t' •
F. f*. Ramirez,
ATrTUBNUV AT LAW.
■ KKICK—Ti-mple Block, No. 74, I.G*
A-.gti as, H'2- Itn
VV. 11. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
tt»-Ilooms 2 nnd 3. Allen's p. milling,
earner of spring and Temple Bta. nib'l
i nice and Res iderjee— No. 14 FRANKLIN
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
l'hy«slola.n m»tl fe^^ryreon
i.1.-ni-e, Fort Hill, I Offloa.No. 19DOW
lena Vista street. I neyßlock,upstairs.
J. lIANNOX,M. I>.,
. HUNtli; PHYSICIAN.
, |.i;iMsh& 11, t.AN FRANCO BLOCK.
1 V Residence Downey Avenue. East
Ijns angeleS, near the end or street ruil
. mi.-c hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from 1 to
1 c. M. up2t) tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Hus removed his office to No. 83 MAIN
STREET, over Doner A Bradley's Furni
ture store. , D
Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 to li nnd 8
lo 9. Residence—Buena Vista street.
J. Bechtingcr, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependent and French M. B. Socie
ties. Ocullslot the French Hospital In
Sun Francisco. All chronic obstinate
oases aud operations ou the eyes attend
OFFTCE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Resldenoe—SE. cor
ner Mason aud Pacific streets. Sun Fran
cisco. oc3 ly
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
OFFICE —Corner Los Angeles and Ar
US-Cures all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 0 to 12 a. m. and rrotu
2 to 5 ana 7 to 9 I. M. apaotf
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
OiHoe.lfJH Main Street
Having received a diploma front Trot
Wilms cod Dr. Auerhach.of tho I'erlin,
Prussia, Hospital, I can confidently offer
my services to tbeeilise&snf Los Ango
les f the removal of corns, bunions,
Chi nit 'iilnsund In g owing nails by the
most approved scientific methods. No
knives used. Cupping and leeching also
perfo. - tied.
Patients visited at their houses wl'h
-0«l extra charge. s2l-lm
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIONOKET'S
Uardona Block, 118 Main St.,
i] >ilti ths Mariposa store.
i , (".. AND OTHER FOREIGN
I INT MEDIC.NES.
, . UMERYi BRUSHES AND
. KULETTE ARTICLES.
■ £ "Proscriptions prepared with great
i ,- dMf
i' Fi i-'r-MONDS notifies the owners of
ul other stock that he has
ifll c atthe PiINY STABLES,
Main street. Will troat the dls
|i ~,nn aa bloody murrain In cattle,
and guarantee aonro. Jy24-lm
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
San Francisco, Sept. 27.—The
following are the passengers by the
steamer Senator, which sailed to
day nt 9 a. X!
TAWillianiH. B BoWalon,
X Htorror, X B Temple.
S Coilling, A wife .1 W ProlVett,
W C'ortnty, M Murphy.
I'linneutcirM Uoidit Noutli.
Mojavb, Sept. 27 — Mrs V Ponet,
S Nnrdllnger, T C Bray, 8 P Hall,
J N Glnßs and wife, Mrs O A Mc-
Kay, J W Shnnklin, L Gundel,
Mrs Mahlstedt and child, H Old
man, T Livingston, P Davis, B J
Cuddy, G Whlporwill, Bob Bene
bet, 0 E Coon and wife, T Brown,
A \V Heail, LDuulnp, Mia Katie
No*, 1 rmirl.r.i Miirhelw.
San Francisco, Sept. 27th.—
Wheat— Dull and flat; shipping,
$1 021@1.C5; good, milling, $1,115©
1 07}; pinched and oft grade, $1.25
©1.52 J. Parley—Good demand for
iced for Australia; Coast, 76c®$T:
bay, $1.02J@l OTJj brewing, f1 is
©1.25. Outs—Sales. Oregon,Si.32i
©150; California. $1.15@L55, lat
ter lor choice Humboldt. Bye—
Sales, SI 30. Corn—Large yellow,
$1.12}; small, $1.15. Hay—Steady
ilcmanil; common stock, $7J@B;
choice wheat, $14.]. Potatoes, easi
er — Cufley Cove, $1 40©1.45 ;
red, $I@l 20; white; Sl@li Wool
dull—ball southern,Bc@l3e; south
ern, 10e©10i', bays. Tne combina
tion has advanced the price to 14}
cents for round lots.
Yellow tt-vcr 111 Ohio Again.
Cincinnati, Sept. 27.—Consid
erable uneasiness is again felt at
Uaiiipniis, Ohio, at tite the reap
pearance of yellow fever in Hie
iietttt of the city. This time Ihere
are Ihree genuine cases—E. J.
Hunt*piller,Max Hurler and Win.
Hull. The last named died last
lllgbt. He was it deck hand on the
steamer Hoitnu. It is not known
that the others hud been in the
vicinity of the ill-fated boat. Some
families have left tho city, and,
though no great excitement pre
vails, others will doubtless take
Ihelr depuriure lis pooh as possible.
Am- an. l:\ |< ..n ■ N
New YORK, Sept. 27.— The Unit
ed States steamer Enterprise, Self
ridge commander, arrived ofl
Brooklyn Navy Yard yesterday
afternoon, alter n voyage of live
months spent in exploring the
A meson and its principal triliu
tuiies. Captain Self ridge say a the
exploration was a perfect success.
Tin- Maderla wan found navigable
500 mile*. The Captain uilila that
he found Ibe volutne of the Ama
zon to l>e seven million cubic feet a
second, and if the Mississippi were
it' wing Into it, It WOtild nut raise
its surface perceptibly.
a«i Irtltas)!* * iiiiiieni.ii.
Bradford, Pa., Sept. 27.—Har
rison Eilgur threw an apple-core ut
the window of n Chinese laundry
and one of Ihe Chinamen fatally
stubbed him. 'Lite murderer has
a 4 li. .. ■> i mini.
New YORK, Sept. 27. —A claim
for $260,000 against the Indiana p
oils, Rlnomingtori mid Western
Railway Company was sold nt auc
tion yesterday for thirteen dollars.
lie .».i Rseira U.-hlieiy in i».,aiitn.
Deadwood, D. T.,Sept. 27.—The
treasure couch of the Cheyenne
and Black Hills stage line, that
left here yesterday morning, was
stopped by five armed men at
Cuflou Springs, forty-tlve miles
south of here, at 8 o'clock P.M. The
two messengers, Captain Smith
and Lale Hill, were seriously
wounded, and one passcnger,.H. O.
Campbell, a telegraph operator,was
killed. The treasure taken amount
ed to between $25,000 and $30 000.
Ten armed men have started from
here In pursuit of the robbers.
Tlit. .lie run i. > Ht-iterl Iron, tlie
New Orleans, Sept. 27.—
Deaths, 51; cases reported, 122; to
tal deaths, 2,703; total cases, 8,482.
Baton Rouge, Sept. 27.—A lull
yeatciday morning gave hope that
the fever was decreasing. This
morning, however, the situation is
again threatening. Many persons
were taken down during Mil night
and this morning, and a number of
these caeca aro reported as being
dangerously ill. The Howard books
show about 180 nurses actively em
He-HVy Fire In 1;,.*! Nc. feastis,
St. Louis, Sept. 27tli.—Twelve
buildings were destroyed by fire at
E ist St. Louis lust night; also a
largo lot of lumber, one locomotive
ami several freight cars. Tho loss
is estimated at $150,000.
t'lie Fewer UmibHieil lv *|.<m|ilii..
Memphis, Sept. 27.—1t is grow
ing vturm again and tbe fever con-
Unties lo spread. Scarcely an hour
pusses but some well-known citizen
la reported taken down, nnd so
they fall. Owing to the malignancy
of the disease feats are entertained
that they will all succumb to the
pestilence. From yesterday noon
until noon to-day twenty-eight
deatlis have occurretl. Twelve of
these were reported this morning.
a Coliiulaatloll Scheme.
Washington, Sept. 27.—A new
association is forming here, kuowu
as the "Enlisted Labor Associa
tion." It Is proposed to urge upon
Congress Ihe pnasage of a law by
which one hundred thousand
volunteers may be enlisted
for live years for military and ag
ricultural purposes on reservations
of the Government. Twelve
skilled mechnnics or arti
sans are to be In each company,
and one reglmeut of each
corps Is to be engineers exclusively.
As soon as lv mm men shall bo en
listed they shall be sent to a leser
vatlon, aud, upon their arrival,
shall lay out a city aud begin the
erection of suitable quarters for
permuueot settlement, preparing
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 28. LB7B.
ground for agricultural purposes
and developing the miner
al resources of the country.
Each corps is to be furnished by
the Government with seeds, stock,
farming implements and tools.
Volunteers are to receive the same
pay as regular soldiers, and every
person so enlisting shall, upon hon
orable discharge, be entitled to a
patent for one hundred and sixty
acres of laud, as now provided for
by the Homestead Act, or to one
lot within the city limits as he
may elect, every alternate lotto be
reserved to the United States.
»" liner, inn,,, ml Niagara rark
Toronto, Out., Sept. 27.—Lord
DufTerln, in a speech before the
Society of Artists, said his sugges
tion to the Governor of New York,
that an International Park be
formed around Niagara Falls, re
ceived the hearty acceptance of
that gentleman, who encouraged
the hope that, should a fitting op
portunity present itself, he and his
Government might bo induced, if
not to take tho initiatory step in
the matter, at all events to co
operate heartily with Canada in
carrying out the plan.
London, Sept. 27 —It is reported
that an order has been issued for
the dispatch of ten thousand water
proof sheets, and Aye thousand
blankets to the Indian army. Field
stores are also preparing for imme
The strike against a reduction of
wages in the colored cotton facto
ries at Radcliff, Pilkington and
Answorth has ended in a compro
The Times says Mint the German
Government sold $500,000 in silver
here yesterday at 513 pence. Pres
ent quotations are more nearly rep
resented by 51 1 pence per ounce.
Dr. August . Heinricb Peter
man, the we'l known German
geographer, who yesterday suffered
a stroke of apoplexy, is dead.
Prussia Intends to issue a loau to
cover the deficit in her budget.
A Vienna dispatch says that the
approach of had weather, which
has appeared in various quarters,
and the fact that organized bodies
of insurgents are retiring towards
Novi Bazar, cuuse the Austria us
grave apprehension. Many of the
insurgents now in the Novi Bazar
district served in the Ottoman
urmy aud are known to have form
idable artillery. Tho question
arises whether it will be safe to
wit lull-itw any considerable number
uf 1 roups from the province as long
as Novi Bazar in cccupied by an
imposing hostile force. On the
other hand bad weather has over
taken the army of occupation ere
the work of pacification cau be con
sidered as commenced. The
insurrection has been subju
gated, but a very difficult por
tion of Austria's task remains
to be accomplished. Material ob
stacles in the way of provisioning
a large army during the winters
preclude the possibility of main
taining more than a limited num
ber of men in the sphere of occu
pation, while iv the opinion of
competent authorities it will re
quire a stiung force to bar the pas
sage from Novi Bazar, where the
insurgents are waiting for a winter
Eailiuslnatli a-ly uecelved,
Berlin, September 27.—The
Emperor and Empress were en
thusiastically received at Cologne
ou the occasiou of the unveiling of
a memorial statue of Frederick
Wilhelm the 111.
Notice of Removal.
COULTER & HARPER
Have removed Iholr slock of
HARDWARE and Other Goods
TO 110 MAIN ST.,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE
mar PRICES REDUCED on TINWARE
and other goods.
UtirKainK ofl'uretl. Give us a call. Goods
muHt be sold. Receiving NiCW GOOD*
regularly. We oall attention to our
Granite Ware, Cutlery and Housekeep
er's Goods at Coulter & Harper's. Bpe
cial attention cul led to our
Cooking Stoves and Kanges.
We believe there are no better.' Gur
Pricesaro reasonable. Wo keep a full
supply of Builders' Hardware, Carpen
ters' Tools, Rope, Rubber Hose and other
goods. Don't forget tbe place.
All kinds or SHOP WORK, PLUMB
ING, etc., as bcietofore.
COULTER & HARPER.
Sept. 17. 1878.
— ron —
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August 7th, 1877,
avoids m.my ohlectlons found In other
dryers. It is rapid in Us work, very eco
nomical, dries different articles at Ibe
same time, will not damage fruit by
overheating and ladles unassisted can
manuge it. Has always given
1* It I C X ,
FROM 876 TO 3600.
For circulars or Information, address
GEO. H. PECK, Agent,
nlu El Monte, Cel.
NEW YORK BREWERY
(SuoceSßOr to Chris. Henne) Proprietor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of
Order* (or DRAUGHT or I'OTTLED
Bfe&R promptly attended to.
The celebrated Bear tram this BiaOaMr
dede. competition In toe State. maVtT
43 MAIN STREET
Directly Opposite the St. Chalea Hotel.
The Proprietors beg to Inform their former patrons and the nubile at large tbat
they hare Just returned from Han Francisco with the BfcST ASSORTED, LARG
EST and CHEAPEST stock of
Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods,
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY.
sWTbe motto. -Small i'rollts and Quick Sales." will be atrlutly adhere I to.-tea
NO AUCTION TRASH !
ALL STAPLE, REGULAR GOODS !
To glv-) everybody au Idea of the low price* to which we have reduced the good-*,
WILL SHOW THAT WE ARE IN EARNEST:
Table Linen (pure linen) 30c per yard
Napkin*, worth $1 51) 750 per dozen
Towels, worth double the money 87<o per dozen
Flannel, all wool 200 per yard
Lonsdale and Whiternok 10c per yard
Cheviot Shirting, worth 20c 12£o per yard
Canton Flannel, usually sold aiz yards for $1 12 yards for $1
Yard wide sheeting-, good quality 8c per yard
Ladles' Hose, gooj quality _ $1 per dozen
Ladies' Hose, iron frame....'. r. 250 per pair
A flue corset ~ 50c
Felt skirts, worth double the money 500 each
New slyle dress goods 10c per yard
New style Ruching 10c per yard
Canton flannel shirts and drawers, only 37Jc each
Merino undershirts and drawers, worth <$1 371 c each
Good heavy overalls 60c per pair
Shaker socks, all wool ... 4 pairs for 75c
Cotton socks, a good article 750 per dozen
White shirt*, linen bosoms, worth $2 $1 25
Fine Caßsimere suits 89
Fine French Diagonal suits, worth $22 50 $12 50
Fine silk handkerchiefs 2io each
ALSO. A FULL LINE OF
wj± r r c r r» k, ooe s,
ALLSHADE3 and COLORS. LATEST S TYLES. Also, the best assortment of
Men's and Boys' Hats, Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
And the best line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS ever brought to
this city. Also, regular custom-made CLOTHING, the very
latest cut and of the best qualities.
these goods will be sold at least 25 per cent,
cheaper than at any other place in tho city.
Seajt' These goods were bought for CASH aud will be sold for CASH
ONLY. The sale of these goods will commence MONDAY, Sept. 23 I,
at 7A. M. Tbe Store will be opeu from 7a. m. till 9p. m.
Sfcg-Remember, the MECHANICS' STORE is at 49 M&IN ST.,
opposite St. Charles Hotel. s2ltf
Having purchased the picture and entire picture-framing business of tbe lata
Arm or Upham A Rao, and added the same to our own extensivo stock, we are now
prepared to make FRAMES cbe .per than ever. We keep constantly on hand a
large and varied stock of MOULDINGS ol every style and finish, and suarantce
our work to be of the very best description. Also, a fine assortment of BnOK\\r
-INGS, PHO roGRAPHH, etc Bring in your PICTURES and have themi Iramed
forasmallsum. FRAMES of all styles constantly• o«t hand, together with our
arge and varied stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
OS-BABY CARRIAGES AT LOW PRICES.-*»
Just received, MME. DBMOREBT'S FALL PATTERNS. All the latest N.ll
York and Paris styles. Catalogues mailed free to any address.
•orDon't forget the place, at tbe
DOLLAR STORE, No. 25 Spring Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
ma F. j! CILLMORE, Proprietor.
F. G. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SELL ALL KINDS OF
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Successful Machine on the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in the WORLD
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
Jk**DON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
Now being erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTUAL SOCIETY, ou Temple street,
Los Angeles City, 1400 feet from the Junction of Hpring and Malu streets, which Is
considered the center of buslnesfl.
t .Tho Pavilion lot has a frontage of 200 feet on Temple street and extends back to Sand street, a depth ot 310 feet. Tbe above
out represents the Temple street Iront. Tbe Sand street front is reached by easy tirade, with no stairs. The Pari lon psjailet
of a main hall, two stories high, with a frontage oi 76 feet, by a depth of 131 feet, with an annex 39x00 teet in tbe rear, lob
devoted lo the purposes of a stage, and annexes on each side 60x30 feet, two s orles in height, one to be devoted to the par
poses of a Machinery Hall and the other to an Art Ualiery. In the angles, In front of these annexos, one-story apartatgsil
will be constructed4ox32 feet each, which will be 112x76 leet, and, with the extensive galleries, will have ,v seating eapaelty t
4 000. Tbe Pavilion complete presents a frontage ol 176leet hya depth of 161. The main central hall Is now being balls, mm
th < wings will be added as soon as the finances of the Society will permit. The Directors intend t<> hutld only so far as UM(
can pay, and are firmly resolved to tucur 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 in the follosMaa
departments: First—Agricultural Implements, Vehicles, etc. Second—Textile Fabrics and materials from whloh ttaajrjuw
made. Third —Mechanical Products, Musical Instruments, etc. Fourth—Agricultural Products, Flowers, etc. Fifth—Frills,
Fruit Trees. Raisins, Wines and Brandies, ninth—Fine Arts.
LOO AL DEPARTMENTS.—In order 10 give eaoh locality exhibiting products at the Fair ample credit for their prodoetUkas,
each town, neighborhood or school district applying for space will be allowed a department of Its own, which will bo property
designated, and will be as laige as Is consistent with the capacity or the Hall and the applications for space. .
This is the largest Hall s jutn of San Frauctsoo in this State, and Ihe prospects are good that the approaching Fair Will be
tbe largest ever held In Southern California. The central Pacific Ra.lroad company will transport all unices exhibited, at
the Fnlrover their respective routes FREE OF CHARGE. Freight being paid on iliom to the Fair win be returned uj» nr..
shipment by the same owner and exhibition of oertlflcate of Secretary thatlbe same lias been exhibited. Welts, Fargo m
Co.'a Express Co. will oarry free otcharge all articles sent to the Fair for exhibition not exceeding leu pounds In weight. AtP
rangements are being made with the steamship Company to carry freight and pesstngers 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. These trains will carry passengers to
and from Los Angeles at less than bah* the regular rales, aud ample time will be given excursion!' ts to visit the Fair ant ex
amine the city and county. The excursion train from tbe north will start lroni Sau Francisco. Particulars in regard |to tbe
running of these trains will be made public at an early day.
Tho Society will havi> in its Pavilion this year more apace than any Fair ever before hold In Southern California, and yet tbe
applications for spaceare so muob greater than ever before that those desiring to exhibit should lose no lime In makingap
pllcations forspace to the superintendent. Town* anil neighborhoods should take steps at once to secure a creditable repre
sentation of Ihelr respective localities. Wo charge is made for spaces or entries. Eacti exhibitor hold, however, a Sea
son Ticket, which will cost three dollars. Premium List and Rules and Regulations sent free on application to tbe Beereuvy.
The 1-avilion will be completed In time for holding ol Fair at the day advertised.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary. J. DeBARTH SHORB, President. ,
Mini M. H. KIMBALL, Superintendent.
TO THE JPUBLIC.
In reply lo tho libelous article circulated by tho editor of La Be
forma ou August 30th last, the following statement, being the actual '
condition of tho Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles at tbe
close of business on Saturday, August 31st, IS7B, is, by the order of
the Board of Trustees of said Bank, given to the public:
STATEMKINT OF THE COTSDITION
anne rs'and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles,
At tho close of buslucss, Saturday, August 31st, 1378:
Cashonhnud $114,438 04
Gash with correspondents— a.iaae an
First National Gold Bank, San Francisco 5H.,381 29
Rank of California, San Francisco 17,817 17 j
Londou & Ban Francisco Bank (Llmiied), ts. F. ,o7 42
Aeeucv of Bank of California, New York 3,503 47
i i (jg 459 35
Total Cash.... 152,897 39
Loans and discounts 74b,4.7 «0
Bonds and warrants «.«■ g
Bank building "eOUO V
Vaults and fixtures .. »M* »
Real estate, taken lv foreclosure of mortgages 10,518 70
Capital, paid up iv gold
Reserve fund ou.uuo ou
Total capital 625.000 00
Surplus and undivided prottts 'ifv, &
Dividends unpaid g£ ¥*
Due depositors SW,£SS 18
E. &O. E. Los Angeles, August 31»t, 1378.
J. V. WACHTEL, Bookkeeper.
We have examined the books and counted the cash, and find all
correct as per this statement. _. nri ,„.„
siirned- L. C. GOODWIN,
X 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, _ I
City and County or Los Angele-. /
Isaias W. Hellmau, President of the Farmers' and Merohants' Bank
of Los Angeles, aud John Mllner, Secretaty of said Bank, being sever
ally duly sworn, each for himself deposes ami says: That the foregoing
statement of the actual condition of the assets and liabilities of said
corporation is true and correct to the best of their knowledge and belief.
ISAIAS W. HKLLMAN,
Subscribed and sworn to before me at tbe city and county of Los An
geles. California, this 9th day of September, A. D.1878.
slO lm [Seal.l JAMES C. KAYS, Notary Public.
Congregation B'nai Berith.
The selling and ren-lng of seats In the
Synagogue will take plaoe on SUNDAY,
September 22d, from 10 a. «. till 12 m. and
from 2 till « r. M., at the baaementof th.
Synagogue. All intormation regarding
pews and seat, can thereatter be-obtained
from the Seoretary. fc
Office with Manning A McMenomy.
Plumbers, No. W Central Bloc*, Hp ing
Montana Meat Market.
FUCELINGKR A. f'HANK, fISSf
The bestauil leuderest MealnAgj"
In the market. None but the eaiasa^
Prlme*t Beef and Mutton
ever to be round. Note the address—Mon
tana Meat Market, Main Street, near
First. Low «.n—lea
THE OLDEST AUCTIONERR NOW
lv business lv fcoulheru Calltorala. v;
Corner of srRINO udHABKETiImIi. .
Has been engaged In the business of a
Auctioneering uud other branches ol
trndo for 25 yours, aud (eels warranted In
saying that he can fc ive satisfaction la
any business entrusted to his car*.
•rCASII pnid for Household and
Kitchen Kurnituie, Horses, Wagons and
Buggies and all other articles of Talne.
REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY.
Will RENT HOUSES and furnish
household and farm help.
■VAdvanees made on consignments.
Commissions on money loaund. one per
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
Of L « Anjujii City and County.
First State, County and City License
taken out Oct. Ist, im, and kept op
uninterrupted to tbe present data,
With J. G. De Turk, No. 1 MARKET St.,
two doors above Wells. Farga *
Regular Sale Days for horses, ear
rlages, furniture, etc., Wednesday* aim
Saturdays Iron. 10 n'ctock a. X. to
o'clock p. m. Cash advance* made «■
consignments. Cash paid >or nil k.tut
ofgoods.ware* and merchandise. Chart,*
on the ''Ilvoand let let live" bvd>.
N. B. —No real estate mild excapt by
auction. Charges on real estate sale*
one per eetit.
K. \V. NO YES, Auctioneer,
And General Business Manager for J. 0
Do Turk. nvtl
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Stock of Auction Seeds
IS THE CITT.
EL. IR,. BROWN
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Two doors east ot old stand, on Court St
South of Court Honse.
ear-Regular Sales on Saturdays, from •
a. m. tnue. a. special salsa aaad* at
any time or place. Cash paid for all
kinds ot goods.
Rerereuce, by permission: K. E. Hyde,
President Bank or Vi.alla; E. F.Bpaaes,
CashlerCommerclal Bank, L. A.
si2tf H. R. BROWN■ Auctioneer.
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased the stock and! oa*
lures of the well known Jewelry stare of
Mr. T. W. Staokpole, adding- thereto a
large and entirely near auortmaa. of
s-oods, we ere are prepared to show tba
citizen, of Los Angeles and vlolnltyoaa
of the finest and beet selected •look* to
be found In the State, which will b* ioiSt
at the lowest living rale*.
We shall constantly be In receipt of all
the latest novelties In watebaa, ebalna,
jewelry, etc., to which the attention tit.
tho public Is especially invited.
In spectacles wa have a largo aa****.
rled assortment, aud are tho ekela*to*>
agents lv Southern California of lb*e**-'
eurated Laseruu ft Morris ssaMN
tacles, whloh we claim ar* th* ISMM
Mr. stackpole will remain la our rat*
ploy, having eiolnalT* eootral «*UtM|
woik department, and. a* berotaa***v*a*|
pedal attention will b* tlvea at tWMgi
pairing of One watebe* a*4 J*w*|r*>, . '
We shall bo happy tost* a)T«a«*J«
friend* and tba |