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§£0,3 gmaclcg Aetata.
THE MAYOR'S MESSAGE.
Extended Kevlew of Matters Municiptl—
The Rather Unpromising State of the Oity't
Finances — Oondition of the Several Finds—
Other Subjects Demanding the Attention of
the Council and Tax-Fayers Oeneraily.
To the Honorable the Council of the 0
City of Los Angeles: 1
By the law incorporating the £
city of Loi Angeles it is provided
that the Mayor shall, by message,
communicate to the Council a gen
eral statement of the condition and
Affairs of the corporation.
It must bo apparent that the
Mayor-elect (except in case of his ]
re-election, or having been, during ,
tbe year preceding, a member of i
the Council or a corporation officer) .'
must obtain his knowledge of the ,
condition and affairs of the city i
from the reports of its officers.
The prosperous or depressed state
of the city largely depends upon
its financial condition. From
the sources of Information within
my reach it appears tbat the bond
ed indebtedness or tbe city on the
12th day of December, 1878,
•mounted to $312,000. A consider
able portion of this debt bears in
terest at tbe rate of ten per cent,
per annum; $75,000 of these out
standing bonds, being railroad
bond*, will become due iv 1881.
The condition of
THE SEVERAL FUNDI
Of the city, as shown by the re
ports aud accounts of the city
officers, were, on or about the 12tb
of this month, as follows:
In the New Water Fund, derived
from the sales of water for irriga
tion, there was, Dec. Ist, 1878, the
sum of $706.68. There were out
standing warrants drawn upon this
fund to the amount of $1,807.27—
showing a deficit of $1,100.59 in said
fund on the Ist day of Dec, 1878.
In the Btreet-Sprißkling Fund
there were $167 20 on the first of
Dec, 1878. It is estimated
that the apportionment of
revenue (derived from taxes
for the year 1878) to this fuud
will amount to $5,200, which, added
to the amount on hand, makes the
sum of $5,367.20. Against this
fund there were outstanding war
rants, on Dec. Ist, IS7S, amounting
to $5,937.45—1eaving a probable de
floit of $570 25.
For tbe Ueueral Sewer Fund it
Is estimated that its quota of rev
enue derived from tuxes for the
year 1878 will amount to $18,000.
The outstanding warrants against
this fund on D cc mber 1-t, 1878,
were $277.50, leaving a probable
surplus in this fund ol 50.
For the Fire Department Fund it
Is estimated that its quota to he
apportioned from Ihe revenue de
rived from taxes for the year 1878
will amount to $5,500. There had
been drawn against this fund on
December Ist, 1878, warrants to
the amount of $600, leavii)2r a prob
able surplus of $4,900 at lhat date.
In the Salary Fund there was on
hand December lOtb, IS7B, So,
--380 29, aud the anticipated quota
that will be epportloued to this
fund from the revenue derived
from taxes for 1878 amounts to
$4,000, making a total of $9,
--380 29, against which there were,
on December Ist, 1878, outstanding
warrants to the amount of $16,
--230 25, showing a deficit of $6,
--849 96 in said fund.
In the Cash Fund there was on
hand October 31st, 1878, the sum of
$3,010.20. The anticipated qnots
for this fund from taxes of 1878 is
$12,000, making an estimated total
in this fund November Ist, 1878, of
$15,010 29, against which there had
been drawn on the 7th of Decem
ber, 1878, warrants to the amount
of $9,091.11, leaving an estimated
surplus of $5,319.18 in said fund.
For the Gas Fund, the estimated
amount of its quota from the reve
nue derived from the taxes of 1878
will be $13,000. There hnd been
drawn upon this fund previous to
Deoember Ist, 1878, warrants to the
amount of $10,366 17. These war-
rants were bearing interest at the
rate of seven per cent, per annum.
The average length of time these
warrants had been drawing Inter
est on December Ist, IS7B, was
about five months, which makes
•the amount to be added to
the warrants on December Ist, 1878,
$300, making a total drawn upon
this fund December Ist, 1878, of
$10,000 17. 'ihis leaves iv the esti-
Stated amount of the Gas Fund a
surplus of $2,333 83.
It will Ie seen that if the esti
ma'ed sums to be apportioned to
and raid into the respective funds
from the revenue of the city for the
year 1878 shall be realized and
placed to their respective credits,
there will be iv the General Hewer
Fund, the Fire Department Fund,
tbe Cash Fund and Iho Gas Fund
the cum of twenty thousand two
hundred and seventy-five 51-100 dol
lars, to meet the combined expend
itures from these several funds for
the year 1879; and that in the Street-
Sprinkling Fund, the New Water
Fund and the Salary Fund, instead
of their being any coin in those
funds with which to defray neces
sary demands upon them, there
is an existing deficit of eight I lions
and Aye bundled and twenty 80-100
THE REVENUE Oi' IHE CITY',
With which to meet its current ex
penses and Ihe interest upon the
funded debt, is derived from direct
taxation, levied upon property,
from fines, llcentes and sales of
water for irrigation. The great
shrinkage, within the past three
years in the market casli value of
property, must seriously diminish
the amount of revenue received
from the property tax unless the
assessed value of properly is in
creased, or the rate per cent, of the
tax levied augmented. Although
the rate per cent, of lax for the
year last past was considerably less
than that of the year proceeding,
the recently published list of de
linquent (axes shows conclusively
that the burden of taxation is oue
not readily overcome by a lurge
number of our property holders.
From the message of the Mayor
TWO YEARS ACiO
It appears tbat tbe income derived
from tbe sales of water for irriga
tion during the year 1876, paid tbe
expenses of tbat brauch of tbe City
Government ; and left a surplus of
$300. From tbe same source of in
formation it is seen tbat tbe income
from licences and from fines col
lected by the City Court was suf
ficient to pay the salaries of all the
cily officers, and leave a surplus of
more than $800. By the report of
the City Clerk made November 14,
1878, it appears that the expenses
for maintaining and managing thi
water for irrigation for the ten
months ending November Ist, 1878,
exceeded the income from the sales
of water in the sum of $1 335.85
and that the salaries of tho oltj
jfflcers for the same period of timi
were $7,575 35 lv excess of the in
jome from licences, fines and poum
To the income from theso sources of
revenue, aud the disbursements
chargable to them respectively in
different years, is not made for the
purpose of leading to an inference
that the manugemeut ot the affairs
of the city has uot been as prudent
and economical during the past
year as in any previous years, but
solely to direct the attention of the
Council to the financial condition
of the city and the urgent necessity
of devising ways and means where
by the credit of the city cannot
only be sustained, but improved,
while all its pecuniary liabilities
shall he punctually met and can
A RECOMMENDATION TO REFUND.
A considerable amount ($75,000)
or the debt of the city (the railroad
debt) falls due in 1881. To meet
this payment in so short a time hy
a tax upon property might injuri
ously affect the prosperity ol the
city. The attention of the Council
has been heretofore called to the
expediency of refunding a portion
of tbe outstanding bouds that will
shortly become due. Under tbe
present and the prospective imme
diate future financial condition of
the eityt, a measure of this nature
seems imperative. The rate of in
terest on money has, within the
past year or two, fallen very mate
rially. But while the rate of in
terest has fallen greater security
and the certainty of the punctual
payment of the interest lsnb*erved
by capitalists. Tho rate of interest
and the cash value of any bonds
which the city should be culled
upon to put upon tho market lo
raise the means of paying off
tbe outstanding bonds will
greatly depend upon the financial
condition of the city at the time of
offering the bonds for sale. In
contemplation of refunding some
portion of the cily debt, nnd upon
better terms than the existing ones,
no effort should be spared to place
the financial attain of the cily in
the most heslihy nnd satisfactory
condition posible. To effect this,
every branch of the city govern
ment should ho conducted In the
most economical manner posdble
consistent with the general welfare
aud prosperity of the Inhabitants,
All the sources of revenue must be
diligently guarded, no leakage
should bo suffered along the chan
nels through which it flows Into
the treasury, nor waste while
there, nor unnecessary drain there
G ENERAL RECOM MEN CATIONS.
While it may be a question
whether those using water for irri
gation should he taxed for its use
sufficient to defray ail the expenses
incurred by the city iv controlling
and distributing it, the good man
agement of the water for Irriga
tion, upou which so much labor
and patient industry depends for
its reward, is of essential import
While the common schools of
this city, upon the efficiency of
which the character of incoming
generations so greatly depends, are
under tho control of the Hoard of
Education, the means fur their sup
port and for suitable buildiutts is in
part dependent upon the city. This
subject Bhould receive the atten
tion its importance and the Increas
ing number of pupils demand. Any
measures which the Council may
lawfully adopt to provide the rtq
uisite means for the education of
those children who neither attend
the public or other schools, and for
enforcing their attendance at the
public schools, will meet my
By the blessing of Providence and
the efficient labors of Ihe Health
Officer, the health of the city lias
been good during the year now
The reOeut report of the City At
torney embracing a period of two
years, ending November of this
year, shows the great amount of
litigation in which the city has
been involved during that time
and tho present state of unde
cided cases. It Is gratifying to
learti that a number of cases have
been terminated, and that the city
has gained favorable decisions by
the Courts In some important ques
A RIGHT GREATLY NEEDED.
The welfare of the inhabitants of
the city and their future prosperity
so largely depend upon the right of
the city to the control and distribu
tion of all the water of the Lot An
geles river, from ils source to nnd
through the city, that no effort
should be spared to secure an ad
mission of that right from the
Courts, so that the city may there
after control and distribute the
water without hindrance.
Tho act incorporating this city
was, at tbe last session of the Leg
islature, amended, and Ihe provis
ions prescribing tbe duties of the
offioers, their number and the man
ner of carrying on the affairs of t lie
city changed in many resperts.
'i he new system goes into effect
with your entrance into office. It
is to be hoped that under tiie new
act many of the difficulties which
have heretofore stood in the way of
an efficient and prompt discharge
of the labors of t lie City Govern
ment will not be encountered by
you under the amended act.
Your attention is called to the
provision of the amended act of
incorporation making tlio Mayor
and members of the Council ex
officio Trustees of the "Los Angel
es Public Library" and defining
their duties. It will be seen that
as such Trustees they are required
to meet for business purposes on
the first Tuesday of each mouth.
A LARGE DEBT
Has, within a short period, been
inourred for the purpose of devel
oping and increasing the supply of
water for irrigation and conducting
it over lands hitherto deprived of
the means of irrigation. Whether
the increased amount of sales of
water, and the additional as
sessment value given to land,
ia consequence of this
heavy expenditure, will suffice to
meet the accruing interest on that
particular debt and furnish the
means for Itsextingaishment when
d ie, is a question time will solve,
Tie expenses incurred by the city
iv aid of the tire department ureui -
doubtedly most amply returned by
the lower rates of insurance, and
the preservation of property.
I will not sufi'er this occasion, the
first of our official intercourse, to
pass without assuring the Council
of my approval und cheerful sup
port of any and all measures which
it may adopt for lessening the bur
dens and aiding the progress of tbe
city ami the prosperity of Its inhab
itants. J. R. Tobeuman,
List of Letters.
The following Is the list of letters
remaining in Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Express Office for the week ending
Deo. 20, 1878:
Andrews, J C Howard, ouo arm
Binder, Fred Imbaus, L M
baker, A O Larceval Madame
liranett, Wm McDowoll, J X
Baker, 1) It Musgrove, Mil WR
Boar., Mis M Menard, J B
Cooperage, J T A souFarker, A N
Dam, Miss Mary Sell, Prof Ott >
Day, Ln.ii Turner, Mrs J C
Uagio, 'J hos care of Geo Gram
Douglass, Dell—H Weil, Nathan
Gn en, Mrs N li Wolf-ky, Louis
Gioi don, T Woodruugh, J U
Hart John Waltron, Mr
Harrold, O II
Wm. Phidham, Agent.
NY' A N TH —LOST—FO UND.
Acompotont, temperate, steady engi
neer, to run a steam engine In a grist
mill and mate himself useful In any
work required. Wa;res,s)o per month.
Address, wth references, A. GUY
SMITH * CO., Anaheim, Cal. dl»
A young German, who speaks English
endspantsh, wants employment, either
in Daerehaai business, furm or private
.- House. I'iease apply at U. S. Botel.
■ ro >m 26 dls
Taken up on the Enclno rond, Taes
-1 day, Dee. 17th, a I. \ RUE, IHKKUIUV
■ M Ui.E, with collar marks and shod all
. round. The owner can recover lhe
, saate by proving properly, paying
1 charges and furthts advertisement. Ap-
I ply to K. HENITES, Police Headquur
t tcrs. dl9-lw
J " STRAIEI).
' From Spurlock's corral near Wilming-
I ton, a LAKOK IRON-GRAY MUI.E, 8
i years old, shod on fore feet, a liberal
, reward wilt be paid for ils return.
I T. H. KICKMAN,
f dls-lw Wilmington.
» FOR. SALE —FOR. RENT.
1 A CHAMBERMAID at Iho KIMHW.L
' MANSION. 020 31
- Furnisherl Rooms for Rent
. In tho PONET BUILDING, Main street.
Dun suite of front rooms and slnglb
■ rooms to suit, Witb good view of Ihe city.
. Hot and oold bathe and gas all through
, tbehoase. Enquire on premises of Mrs.
, Gray. d2olm
: FOB SALE.
A WELL-PAYING LITTLE! CORNER
SALOON, lor saie cheap. Enquire at
" thisoffice, dia Iw
Nice Furnished Rooms to Let
1 At No. 173 MAIN STREET, by the day,
week or month. nSi-lm
, A very druirablo residence of seven
I ro.uus. stationary washstauds, uot, and
■ cold water, orange trees, etc. Lot 80x 126
leet. Corner Hill and Eleventh streets.
Apply to LOUJh R*U,
nO.f Wo. 13 SprlngSt.
By a strictly private family, two fine
f roohis, elegantly furnished, singly or en
f suite, ou the most desirable, residence
, street in tiie city, with convenient bath
■ room, supplied with hot and cold water.
} Keierences given and required. Address
f A.. Hekall) oilice
; LAND FOR SALE:
fiOO ACRES of Good Farming Land,
in lots t>» HUlt purchasers, ou the Sal lon a
* liai.ch, five miles this side of sauta M<>n
f ico, on tho Santa Monica road. Terms
- reasonable. Address I\ O, Box 1141.
ii 22 Sna
A K.VKM OF ABOUT2o6a>reß,located
on -nu Jose Crock, n ar the railroad,
! rive m le-we tor spadra. Au abundant
supply of never failing water. Will sell
in oue body or divide Into two farms.
, Terms reasonable. Enquire 011 premise**
I or by letter to a. P. MONROE, Spadra,
1 Cal. OS thn
A FINE KKSIHENf E near O. W.
. Childs's; lotfO.Utis; watei; titi** perfect;
will exchange for bouse and lot near
ceutre of city. Enquire nf fr. B. FAN
* NINO, 48 Spring siivei, or P. O. Box 170,
: city. Also, due residence to teui. dUtf
Rooms and Board.
Genilemeu and their wives and single
1 gents cau be accommodated with board
and fine, large, front rooms, containing
nil modern conveniences and homecoiii
forts, at the
New High street, only one block
from the Postofllee aud Court House.and
eommairdii a charming view of mountitin
' and valley. Jelfltf
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third and Hill sts.
e»-BOARI) BY THE DAY, "WEEK OR
MII.NTH. Terms Reasonable. ol2lf
Alloit iotT ho it s^eT
COR. SPRING & MARKET STS.,
W. H. Northcraft, Auctioneer.
BttTtlcKul nr Hale Days for Horses, Car
riages and Furniture, SATURDAY aud
Will sell at houses and stores, and all
property entrusted to my care and war
Of Los Angclcb City and Couuty.
Firnt State, County and City License
taken out ('ct. Ist, !-■/*, and kept up
uninterrupted to the present dale.
33. W. NOTES,
With J. G. DeTurk, No. 1 MARKET St.
two doors above Wells, Fargo &
Regular Bale Days for horses, car
riage-, furuKure, etc., ■Wednesdays and
Saturdays from 10 o'clock a. m. to 4
o'clock p. :.t. Cash advances made on
consignments. Cash paid tor all kinds
of goods, wares and merchandise. Charges
on tbe *'llveand let let live" basis,
N. U.—No real estate sold except by .
auction. Charges on real estate sales
oue per cent.
B. W. NOYKS, Auctioneer, ,
And Ueueral Business Manager for J. Q. ,
DeTurk. nv2l >
Evergreen Laundry, j
Called for and delivered to any part '
of tiie city, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St. j
Orders can be left at the bookstore i
Mr. Sam Hollman, Spring St. o!3tf
LINES OF TRAVEL.
GOODALL, PERKINS 4 CO., AGENTS,
San Francisco and Los
Angelos Express Line.
Conilng Routl* Going North
g» 5a 3? 33.
wkamiibi B-i §■<» 3* il
Pa tag c 3
Ancon Nov. iC Nov. 28 Nov. 30 Doc. 1
Orizu.hu.... Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 5 " 7
Aneon " 6 " 8 » 10 2
Orizaba.... " 11 " IS 15 «
Ancon •' 10 " is " iO 19
Orizuba.... " 21 " 28 " Z> " »]
Ancon " M " US " SO Jan. I
Orizaba,...l " 31 lan. c
Both steamships call nt Port Hartord
(«anLulsOblspo)und sunt* Harhara; also,
on down trip, at Auaneliu Landing toi
relghtonly. _ . ,
■krPasiengers for Kan Francis o take
he tram loi Wilmington that loaves
,os Angelos at 3o'clock P. M., Los Ange
Los Angeles and SanDiegc
Ancin and Orizaba
Leave San Pedro for San Dlcgo Nov. 58
Doc. 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, 28, and Jan. 2.
Passengers talic tho train that leaves Loi
Angeles for Wilmington at 3.00 P. M.,
Los Angeles time.
Rates cl Fare Irom Los Angeles
(Payable In Gold.)
To San Francisco 816 00 SlO 00
to Port Harford 12 00 900
To Santa llarbara 8 00 n eu
To sau Dleso 3 00 0 o.'
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's offlce
where berths may ha secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Los Auseles leaves Kai
Buenaventura and Santa llarbara for Sai
Francisco every Saturday, calling v
Freight steamers leave Kan Frauclso
for Sau Diego and way ports about ever;
ten days, carrying s'ocs, combustibles
For Passage or Freight aB noovo, or
tor tickets to und from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to H. McLELLAN, I.oca
Ageut, Offlce, No. 66J Main street
over tiie Commercial Bank, Lo
S. P. R. R.
And until further notice,
XItAITVW and BOATS
Will leave LOS ANGELES aa follows:
9, Oft A. M.-DAILY-Vla L. A. &I. It
■ <3U It. — Local Passenger Train ti
Sania Monica. (Arrives 8:10 A. M.)
1 n.QK A. M.—DAILY—LocaI passenge
IU.Ov) train to Wilmington.
(Arrives at 0:10 A. M.)
in OCA. M.—DAILY—San Franclse;
IUiOD Through Freight and Third
Lias. Accommodation tialn^
(Arrives at 11:55 A. X.)
I ir P. M.—DAILY—San Francisco Ex
I MO m ess tram, connecting at Laturoi
wiin the Atlantic express train ol thi
Central Pacific Railroad.
( Arrives l:5o P. M.)
2.1C P. M.-DAILY-Arizona Expreii
.In connecting at Yuma with da Ij
si.. B e» lor Prescoit, luo.-on und east; aisi
with Colorado River steamers.
(Arrives 10:15 A. M.)
2/, PP. M—DAILY—LoeaI Passengei
.lit) iraln to Wilmington.
" m (Arrives 2:20 p. m.)
4 .Ml P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passengei
.UU train lo Santa Ana, conuectlni
Wllb sla.es for San Diego.
(Arrlveß 8:50 A. M.)
4 in P. M. — Sundays Excepted—Via
,_IU L. A A I. It. H.-Locul Pussen
gemr n am to Santa M onica.
i arrives 3:25 P.M.
Notlee.-On Sundays ihis train will
leave Santa Monica at 4:iop. M. nnd Lo.
Augeles at 5:40 P. M.
No. 1 SPRING ST., Telegraph Offlce;
Commercial St. R. R. Depot;
DEPOT OFFICE S. P. R. R.
A. N. TOWNE,
General Superintend it.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger nnd Tic it.
E. E. HEW
Assistant Superlnlendeni, Lo les.
NEW YORK BREWERY
Successor to Chris. Henne) Proprietor.
The CLEAREST. PUREST und MOST
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Booth of
Orders for DRAUGHT or L'OTTLED
ti.tK promptly attended to.
Tho celebrated Beer from this Brewery
efles enmnetltlon In the State. mrVtf
Agricultural Implement 'Depo'
'ATKINS & SCOTT'S ALAMEDA I'OUNDEY
(San Jose, Cal.
ARont for .Walter A. Wood's New Iron
kwer, Reaper and Self-Binder, Haines* Sin.
le-Oear Header, Improved Sweepstakef
hresher and Bulky Rakes; also, the Cele
rated Revolving Bulky Hake, and the Ctaani
ion Revolving Rake, and the well known
iffin Revolving Rake; La Belle Farm Wagon*
nd Spring Wagons of all descriptions.
The attention of the farmers Is particularly
tiled to the
SEW REVOLVING: BULKY RASE.
;has met an enormous sale at the East and
i and around Sacramento.
Also, all kinds of new and second-hand rua.
itnery for sale, Farmers and others will
ad It to be to their interest to call on mi
afore buying, aa I am Belling everything
sry low for cash.
]el 9 Oil It IN TABEB.
PICO HOUSE, '
OOKKXB MAIN BT. AND THE PLAZA
Francisco Pico, Prop'r.
This well known ai>d popular hotel—
hy common eouseut i UO best appointed
and most luxurious in southern Cullfor
nlu—has just been
Refurnished and Renovated.
Apartments single and en suite. The
cuisine is unsurpassed ou tho Coast.
Every detail of the service, apartments
FIRST CLASS IN' LVEUV RESPECT*
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main and Rcquena Sts.
This hotel takos lv au entire block.
■ fronting9Jofee l on Requsnastreet. 160 on
Main and 06feet ou Los Angeles street.
Are airy, nnd all contain Spring Deds,
with the latest Improvements.
Is supplied with the best the market
A Free Omnibus is attached to Ihe ho
tel, uud baggage is conveyed grails to
and from the depot.
The United Slates Hotel Is centrally
located, opposite the Court House, aud is
near tne Postofllce nnd Land office.
Call und see us. You will receive cood
treatment. HENKY HAMMEL.
A. H. DEN X EH.
ST, CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUE & CO..
Tho St. Charlos Is located In tho busi
ness centre orthe city,and is the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel iv Southern Calilornia,
Free coach tv the house,
as*-Wohtern Union Telegraph lv Hotel
Mojtxvo Junction, Cul.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEP A It KD >j£
to receive its numerous patronsJtijJL
aud the traveling public in general. Be
ing entirely new and splendidly rur
nishod, it affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to none in Southern California
THK BAR is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast nn. 1
supper. It is the polntof departure lor
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Uordo and Pau
umint. Theofficeof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The patronage of «
travelingpublic N respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS & BOYD,
SIERRA MADRE VILLA.
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lands of the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Climute unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking tho Sau Ga
briel orange groves; is four miles from
railroad aud telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, aud contains
all modern conveniences.
For particulars uddieHs proprietor, P. O.
W. P. RHOADEfI,
The Steams Ranchos,
AfjFKEJ) KOBINNON. Trustee,
liO smier St., San Francisco, Cal;
L_/\ d U U \ ACRES OF LAND FOB
OVJjUUv sale, In lots to suit, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
i_imes,Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Ryo, Barley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and ulso many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able for Dairying.
Good water is abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. Op al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WKLLS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions cau be Irri
gated by the water of the Santa Ana river.
Mostof these lauds are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to product
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance 1b
oue, two aud three years, with lv per cent
i win tntfA pipndtin; tn showlntr these
lands io parties seeking land, wYiu aio
Invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. K. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dec. 21,
Heinzeman & Ellis,
NO. 72 MAIN Si ~
Lanfraneo Building, Los Angeles,
CurPhyslclnns' Prescriptions carefully
comDoundcd duy or night. nltl
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
A highly-Improved truot of
SO ACRES oi' LAlVr>.
IVrnisof Sale—Bs,ooo, one-half cash,
gold coin, uud the other half property,
real oi personal, at its present cash
Call and see the property, or apply to
JUDOK THOMAS H. SMITH, of Los
Angeles, or O. H. ALLEN, residing on
the premises, adlolnlng the Los Nlctos
Institute, near Downey City. oIGLf
Montana Meat Market.
TTIRCELINGER & FRANK, (OfeV
J? The best aud tenderest Meats AflC
In the market. None but the mmaimm.
Prlmeat Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note th a address—Mod
tana Heat Market, Main Street, near
First, Los Angeles.
ialoof Delinquent Stock.
LUX LIGHT MINING COMPANY.—
Locution of principal place ol' business,
Dos Angties, Cal.
There aro dellnque.it upon the loilow
]g described Muck.un account ol malt 1
lent (No. 1) levied OU (he 61 il day ol
lovember, k>7B, the several amount! Ml
pposlte the names or (lie respective
hureholders, us follows:
CorLltlcato. Shares. Ami
I H Thistlethwalle.. 45 10U »701H
1 S ThlstlelhWHllo.. 41 1011 7a I'l
I S Thiallethwaite.. 43 103 70 01
I H Thlstlethwaite,. 4'i 10;) 70 0i
:1 S Thislielhwaite.. 41 100 76 01
hi S Thistlotliwalle. 40 100 70 UI
il S Thislielhwaite.. 39 10 1 70 0
li S Thlslleltiwultc.. J.B 60 35 0
li (j 'i'hlsllethwullo.. 87 60 85 0'
II S Thistiethwulte.. Bil 5u 35 U
It S Thlsilclhwulte.. 35 fill 85 (I
II 8 Thlstlethwulie.. 31 60 35 0
H S Thistlethwalle.. 31 50 35 0
11 H Thlstlethwaite., 82 60 85 0
H 8 Thistlethwalle.. 81 31... _ 21 0
H « Thistiethwulte.. 30 38 21 0
H S, Thlstlethwaite.. 21l So 21 0
HS Thlstlclhwultc. 28 30 21 (
US Thlstlethwaite.. 27 30 21 0
li h TbUtlothwall*. 2U 311 21 c
H 3 ThlstlJthwalle.. 2.5 20 14 (J
H s Thistiethwulte.. 24 20 14 li
II S Thlstlethwaite. 23 20 11 t
UO Thlstlethwaite., 22 10 14 1
H 8 J hlstlelhwniie.. 21 20 11 t
H H Thistlelhwalle.. 20 20 14 0u
H S Thistlethwalle.. 19 20 14 00
H S Thistlethwalle. 18 10 7 10
H H Thlstlethwaite.. 17 10 7 00
II M Thislielhwaite.. JO 10 7 00
H S Thlitlethwalte.. 1.5 10 7 uu
H S Thislielhwaite.. 11 10 7 00
H8 I histlelhwalte.. 3 8 4 20
Thos llarvey 6] pi 7 10
Thos llarvey 52 5 3 50
Thos Harvey 03 20 14 110
Thos llarvey til gn 14 00
Thos Harvey 05 20 14 10
Ihos Harvey 60 30 21 On
i hos liurvoy 67 3!) 21 00
Thos Uurvey 68 30 21 00
Thos llarvey t,9 3it 21 OU
Thos Harvey 70 30 21 00
Thos Harvey 71 80 21 ou
Thos Hurvey 72 3 1 21 00
Thos Hurvey 7.i 50 : 500
Thos llarvey 71 , f .O 35 00
Thus Harvey 75 60 35 '0
Thos llarvey 7il fto 3'i 00
Thos Harvey 77 50 35 00
'1 hos Harvey 78 50 35 0J
Thos Harvey 70 5(1 36 v,O
Thos Harvey 80 100 70 (0
Thos Hurvey 8i liO 70 01
Thos Harvey 8i lot: 70 00
Thos Harvey S3 juo 70 0"
Thos Harvey 81 100 70 00
l hos Harvey 83. 100 70 00
Thos Harvey sfi JOii 70 Oil
.1 D Dunlap 166 KiO 70 10
.1 1) Imnlap 157 100 70 00
J D Dunlap 16i 100 70 00
,i D Dunlap Is:i ioo 70 ou
J D Duulap 16.1 101 70 eO
.1 D Dunlap 101 100 70 00
J 1) Dunlap 102. ion 70 00
J D lluniup 103 100 70 (0
.1 I) Duulap 104 lot 1 70 00
J D Huulap 105 luO 70 (10
J D Duulap 11,6 100 70 0J
J D Dunlap 1117 100 70 OU
J D Duulap 168 100 70 00
J D Dunlap 151 50 35 00
T J Flanagan 109 ouo 420 00
tj Flanagan I9i 20 14 00
tj Flanagan 19J 20 14 01
F (J 5 up 274 20 14 00
F U Yap 275 20 14 00
F Q Yap 27ii 20 14 00
FG Yap 277 2* H 00
F O Yap 238 10 7 0U
Aud In accordance with law and an or
der ot the Board ol Directors made on
the sth day ot November, 1878, so many
sharos of each parcel of such stock us
maybe necessary will ho sold at public
auction, at the secretary's oilice, Baker
block, Main street, l,os Angeles,
California, on SATURDAY, the 28lh day
of December, lh7B, al the hour ol two
o'clock p. M. of said day, to pay said
delinquent assessment theieon, together
with costs of advertising and expenses ol
J. D. DUNI.AF, Secretary.
Ofllco—Baker Block, Dos Augeles, Cal.
dl 7 td
Notice of Application for
In the County Court ofthe County of Los
Augeles, State oi Calilornia.
In tho matter of tho application of De
los Campbell for the pardon of Alfred K.
Kerris, tried and couvlcted on the 7th
day of May, A. D. 1877, of the crime ot ar
son In the second degree, iv the County
Court 01 the couuty of Los Angeles,
stale of California, and by tho Judge 01
said Courtou the3oth day of May, a. \).
1877, ,-eutenccd to bo imprisoned in the
State Prison of the State ol Culitoruia for
a period of three years:
vouwlll please take notlco lhat It is
the Intention ol the undersigned to ap
ply lo His Excellenoy, Wm. Irwin, Gov
ernor of the wtate of California, lor the
pardon o< suldAlfiod K. Ferris und for
his restoration to citizenship.
To c. E, THOU, Esq., Dlstrlot Attorney
for Los Angeles County.
Los Angeles, November 22,1878.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, \ ss
County of Los Angeles, j '
AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE.
A. W. Potts, being first duly sworn on
his ouih deposes and says that he is a
male citizen of the United states and of
the State of California, over Ihe age of
twenty-one yeais, and has no luterest in
the pardon of the said Alfred E. Ferris;
that h- knowsC. E. 1 horn, Est)., District
Attorney in and lor the county of Los
augeles, state of California, and lie
served the annexed and foregoing notice
of application upon said C. E. Tnom, as
such District Attorney, on the 83d day of
November, 1878, at thecounty of Los An
geles, by personally delivering to him a
true copy thereof. A. W. POTTs.
Subscribed ami sworn to before me, this
22d day of November, A. D. 1878.
lSeal.l A.J. KiNG.
H24-1 in Notary Public.
DeliaT. Davis. Plaintiff, vs Charles W.
Davis, Defendant. — Twelfth District
Under and by virtue of an execution Is
sued out of tho District Court of the
Twelfth Judicial District of the state
of California, m and lor the city and
county oi San Fran isco, and to me di
rected aud delivered on the 23d day ol
September, A. D. 1878, and by virtue of
an ordt rmade by the aforemid District
Court on the 10to day of September, A.
1). 187S, in tavor of Delia T. Davis, plain
tiff, and against Chas W. Davis, defend
ant, 1 have levied upon andshull on
FRIDAY, THE Ctu DA V OK
At 13 o'clock, h., proceed to sell,
at tho Court House door, in the city and
county ol Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, at public uuctlon, for cash in U. S.
gold colu, to satisfy said order and ac
cruing costs,all the right, tltleand inter
est orthe defendant, U« W. Davis, iv and
to the following described real estate, to
Alt that certain piece, parcel or lot of
land, situate in thei-ltyof Los Angele*,
county of Los Angeles, State or Calitor
ia, more particularly described as fol
lows, to wit:
Commencing on tho north Hue of
NlchoU' private struct, at or near the
southeast corner or lot No. oue (I) of
blook thirty-six (SO). Hancock'* survey
of thirty live acre lots or Donation lots;
thence 8 02% uegrees E 223 feel, more or
lens, to tbe western line ot Pearl atreet;
thenco N 37>£ degrees JE along the west
ern line ot Pearl street 500 fe»t. more or
leu, to the southern Hue ot Ten th street;
thence westerly along the southern line
of Tenth street 312 leet, more or less, lo
land now owned by Irvine; thenco south
27 degrees west, following the line feuce
aa now established as the eastern oound
ary «f said Irvine's laud, i■»>■. feet, to
tbe point of beginning, containing 3 I*ll
acres, more or less.
Given under my hand at the city and
count v of Los Angeles, State of Calilor
nia, this Hth day of November, A. D.
r»7S. H. M. MITCHELL,
By James C. Kays, Deputy. ulstd
Thenbove salo Is hereby postponed un
,ll Wednesday tho 18Lh day of December,
1. 1' 187J*. ut the Maine time and place.
H. M. MUCH ELL,
By Ins. C. Kavs,Deputy.
Lou Angeles, Dec. fl, 1878. tsl
The abovesale ts hereby postponed un-
II Friday the 10th day of January, A. D.,
879, at tho same time and place.
H. It MITCHELL,
By Jas. C. Kays, Deputy.
Los Angeles, Dec. 18.1878.
rWWVW *nrl Morpnlna hsMt •twolutelr tnd
■ UI II llHppc-t-riilyrorPil. r*lnio«> nopublici:r.
IT 111 In r *<'iitlf''uripl'trr>flrt^ul | »«rj;-. ( arl
By virtue of uu execution issued out of
JUSUce J. F. Powell's Court, of Holedud
Township, In thecltyand county ot Los
Angeles, Htata of calilornia, uaied the
'.Bth day ofoctouer, 1878, In a certain ae
ntm wliendn George W. Hayes, as plain
tilt", recovered Judguitni against the
Money Chub Mining company, defend
ant, lor the ouin nf 3IIJB 01 and costs o
bOtt, taxed at «„'; 011 the loth duv oi
June, 1878,1 hu*, Bltvh d upon the follow
ing desorlbed propeiiy to wit:
All the right, title and interest of the
Tlnney Chub Mining company in aud to
tho following desert oed real property, to
wit: That certain tract ol laud
being the mining claim of the said Mn
ney chub Mining t ompany and former'
ly known as tne Cbarto'to Mine,
situated In the Corouel Mining db trial, iv
the county of Los Angeles, stale of Cali
fornia, abo^it twenty miles southeast 01
Bavena, together with the house or cubin
and mill thereou, said milt containing
three nrattras, one t oiler, engine, water
tank, and tho fixtures und appurte
nances thereunto belonging, and ihe
following blacksmith aud minim; tOObJ
used In working said mining claim, viz:
one bellows, oue anvil, one vice, one
1 sledge hummer, three steel bars, one re
tort i wo lam pi and two wh eel barrows.
Notice la hereby given that on
I SATURDAY, THE 28th DAY OF
I DECEMBER, 1878,
At one o'clock p. M. or that day, at. New
hull, county of Los Anneles, 1 wM sell
all the right, title and Interest of «;ild
TinmyChub Mining Company lv and to
the above described propeiiy, ut public
auction, lor cash,gold coin, to tbe high
est and best bidder, to satisfy said e.vc
cution ami al 1 costs.
Dated ut Newball, the O'.h day of De
cember, 1878, JOHN HuWti.
San Francisco Petroleum Company.
Location of principal nlacc of business,
Sau Fr ■ nei-en, ». a I ifornia.— Loeailon
of works, Han Feiiiando I'otroleum
Mining District* Los Augeles cuuntv,
NOTICE.—There am delinquent upon
the following dcsuribed stuck, m ac
count of M o. 4) levied on ihe
tilth day Of uctober, 1878, the several
amounts set opposite the names ol the
respective t-harenoldera, as follows;
Names. Cert. Shares. Amt
AbhuitHemy 125 HO jaouO
Adams Giove 5 100» * 0 00
Easton \V, Trustee-122 . r io 150 00
Fa-ton W, TriiKtet„l.i;( ... sl)i>n ICOtOO
babe .1 L, Trustee ...186 _„ 7000
Bab.-J L, Trustee ...137 20. 76 0U
BaboJ L, Trustee ...\hH lnu iiOOu
Babe J L, '1 rustee ...ISO 100 BOUO
Babe J L,Trustee ...no 60 i.jOj
Chllds M VV 124 22111 G<iiU Hi
Eel ton C N,Truster It* It 010 oioaOO
FeltonC N.Trustee UU......10000 30iiQ 00
Fe) ton 0 N ,Tt uNteo 111 0000 IoUO 00
Franklyn it M.lrsi 131 1000 tww
Franklyn H M.Trst 111 000 150 i 0
Franklyn H M,Tmt 14V ftuo l.Vioo
doodwin li 127 100 3000
Goodwin L.' n II 10 mi 3MDOO
Go ad win L/Trustee Hi a\j> v lot o vn
Goodwin L, rruatee 146 3i<ui> two oo
Goodwin L.'l'rustee H6 1000 SoOOo
Goodwin LTTrUstee 147 I'Oj '/Tubo
Hagan J W 27 10,1 30(0
Hopkiu.sGVV,Tr' a t l'o 50u0...... ISOOoo
Ludovici Josephine 135 3330 OV9 00
Kimball v v lie 100 3uoo
Kimball GH 117 loa 300
Kimball UH Ill) 60 In 00
Kimball UH 121 330 0!)00
Mount J 0 20 10.1 30U)
Maboney J H 12 (00 l&ooo
Malumey J H. 11 2<U 60 "0
MacPnersou lie 19 200 'j0 00
Mucfherson XC 21 ion 00 00
MacPherson UU 22 50 1500
MacHherson HC 24 fiO 1600
MacPherson XC 47 500 15000
And In accordance with law, and an or
der ol the Board of Directors, made on
the fifth day of October, 1878, so
many shares of each parcel of such stock
as may be necessary will ho sold al pub
lic auction, at tho Company's of
fice, No. 22 Montgomery street,
ban Francisco, California! on THUits-
DAY, the sth day oi December,l67B,at the
hour ot two o'clock f. M, of said day, to
pay said delinquentussessments thereon,
together with costs of advertising aud ex
penses ofthe sal^.
Ofllci—22 Montgomery street, sau Fran
cisco, California. uljid
Tho above sale is hereby postponed till
Wednesday, D. cember 11, 1878, at the
same hour und place.
By order of Board of Directors.
Sun Francisco, Dec. 4, 1378.
The above sale is hereby postponed till
Monday, DecemberZild, 1878, ut the same
hour aud place,
isy order of Board of Directors-.
San Francisco, December 11, 1878.
Certificate of Co-Partner
This certiftio* that. James Washington
Torr. Charles Lafayette Torr und John
11 ortier, all residents or tno city of Los
Angeles, county oi Cos \ugeles, stale ot
Califon ia, have lormod a co-partnership
uuder the name, style and (Inn oi "Tne
Los Angeles Woolen Company,"
That suld partnership commenced ou
thr*i»d jay of I'ecemher, IS7B
That its principal place of business Is
in the city of Eos Angeles aforesaid.
In witness wli.'ruut, sutd parim-rs have
hereunto sinned their n >mes iv lull, thib
9th day of December, 18:8.
J\MES WASHINGTON TOUR.
CHARLES LAKAYETTE IORR.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, )
County of Los Angeles. | S3,
On this fourteenth duy of Locom her,A.D.
one thousand eight hundred und seventy
eight, beioro me, a. J. King, a Notary
Public in and lor said county of Los Au
geles. personally appeared J. W. Torr, C.
L. Toir and John Homer, known t»
me to bo the same persons whoso names
are subscribed to the annexed Instrument,
and thereupon J. W Torr, C L. Toix-and
John Horuerdnly acknowledged to me
that they executed t he same.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seul.
at my office in the city and county of Lou
Angeles, the day and year lv this certifi
cate first above written.
[Seal.j A. J. KING,
Notice is hereby given to all creditors
of t he estate of Apolonio Domlnguez, de
ceased, that ull persons having claims
against said deceased are required to pre-
n >° n*oea-ary vouchers,
flee of Messrs. Howard, Bro'ussMali "&
Howard, attorneys at law, iv the city o
Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
Stale ot California, viz; No. 29 temple
block, In said city, within four mon hs
from tbe Orst publication of this notice,
MEItCe D L. DX
Executors of the Inst will of Apolonio
Los Angeles, Nov. 11, 1878. DIMW
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
Los Angeles, December 10,1878.
Notice is hereby given tbat John E,
Jackson has Lhld day filed iv this office
his application for tho purchase of lots 1
and 2, section 20, T. 2 south, It. 10 west s.
B. M., under tbe provisions ot uu Act of
Congress approved June if 1,1878, provid
ing for the sale of timber lands, etc..
said tra-t containing 36 Otl-100 acres.
Any person or perttons claiming any
adverse interest in *atd tract Is required
to piosent the same at this office within
sixty days from the date of first publica
tion hereof, otherwise said claim will he
barred, iv virtue of lh<» provisions of this
Act, AbFUEL) JAMtiM,
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership formerly existing under Iho firm
nameof HoF I'M ANNA fcCH M ITT.tn the
CoNinopotltan Saloon, Is this d.*y dis
solved by mutual consent, Mr. Otto
Mr. Henry HofTmann will carry on the
business as heretofore, and will pay all
ou standing donte uud collect all bills
duo to tho lute firm.
OTTO Sen MITT.
Los Angeles, Dec. 14, 1878. dls-Iw
VOSt HALK. ~
By the Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, the best Orange and Semi-
Tropical Emit Land iv the Htate. Water
right goes with I tie land. Apply tothe
office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High St.
aplStf F. W. WOOJ>, (Secretary.
LOB ANOELEH OIL COMPANY.
Location of principal place of business,
Los Anseles, California.—Location of
works, Ventura couuty, California.
Notice is hereby given th it at a
meeting of the Board of Dlreo
tors of this Company lie Id ou
iho 8:h day ot November, 1878, un as*
sess!iicnt(No. 0; of twenty-five cents per
shure was levied upon tbe cap
ital stock ol the company, payable im
mediately, in TJ. S. gold coin, io the sec
retary, at his office, No. 5 Temple Block,
city ot Los Angeles.
Any slock upon which this assessment
remains nunaid on the 6th day of Jan
uary, 1879, "will be delinquent and ad
vertised lor sale ut public auction, und,
unless paid botore will be sold un the
2«th day of Januaiy, 1879, to pay th«
delinquent assessment, together with
costs of advertising aud expenses of Bale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
WM. J. NEEDY,Secretary,
No. 5 Temple Block, Los Angeles,Cal.
Los Angeles, November 15,1378. ul6Ld
The Pomona Orchord Company.—Loca
liou of principal place of business,
Los Angeles City.
Notice is hereby civen thatata meeting
ofthe Board ol Directors, held on the22J
day ol November, 1878, uu assessment of
$3o per Bhare was levied upon
tho cupltal stock ofthe corporation, pay
able immediately. In (Jutted States gold
coin, to the Secretary, at the ofhoe of the
J company, No. 43 spring street, up stairs.
' jy stuck upon whicu ihi-assessment
'. shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of De
cember, 1878, will be delinquent and ad
veriised f.ir sale at public aviotion; aud,
unless payment is made before, will be
-ou! on SATURDAY, the 11th day of
January, 1870, at 2 o'clock P. m., to pay
the dellnqtunt assessment, together with
oost ol advertising and expenses of sale,
By order of Hie Hoard ot Directors.
PRANK B. FANNING,
| Offlce—Mott Building, 48 Spring street,
, L<>a Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles, >ovomber 22,1878. n'24td
All persons having claims against the
late Arm oi K. D. WILSON A Co. are
hereby not lilcd'and requested to present
the same at onco to the undersigned, at
his residence, at. San Murino, Los Ange
les county; and all indebted to
said firm are hereby notified and request
ed to settlo their accounts without delay.
Dated April 17th, 1878.
aplBtl J. DE UARTIT SHORB.
Per T. A it.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
Of Loh Augeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. nULLMAN President
U 0. GUODWI N Vice-President
JOHN MlLNi'.ll Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAIAS W. HELI.MAN, F.UGICNE MKVF.H,
O. W. Guilds, 1.. C.Goodwin,
UHARI.hH DUCOMJIDN, JosK MASCAHKI.,
John S. Griffin, C. K. Thou,
Fit ANK I.ECOTTVRKDK.
Exchange for sale ou
NEW YOIiK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Buy and Sell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY.
AND CITY BONDS.
Wilt »Ino pay Ihe highest price Tor Gold
and Sliver liulllou.
From and after this date,on all moneys
leit as Term Deposits, Interest will be al
Of Lob Augelee.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
. E. HOLLENBECK President
E. F. SPENCE Cashier
A. H. Wilcox, W. Woodworth,
s. H. Mott, M. HUTjn,
1. Lankbksuim, O. S. Withkhby,
E.F. SFKNCE, J. E. iIOLLENBKCE,
This Bank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, issue Certlnc-ates
>f Deposit, aud transact a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Angeles „ Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. H. BLAUBON rresldeat
«t. S. BAKER Viao-Presldem
J.M. ELLIOTT Cashier
~ • M,»rw, P. BeACDki,
V. A. HOOVER, ROBKRT 8. BAKER,
J. lim.v, Oko. W. Pkescott
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Bay and sell exchange on Han Francisco.
New York, London, Parts, Berlin %nd
Buy exchange on alt parts or the United
States aad Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banklngand exchange business.
IuTMESTEAD FOR SALE.
GREAT SACRIFICE IN IMPROVED
In a most doslrable location, yii.i Sixth
street, second lot from Pearl street,
beautiful cottago house; four rooms,
hard finished; cost tflfiOO; stable, carriage
and wood house; 2i ten-year-old orange
trees, full of fruit; l rocs fine and healthy.
This properly can be bought at figures
that will defy competition. Slzo of lot,
S3xl?s feet. For particulars call on J. G.
DeTURK, No. 1 Market St. dl6tf
We havo opened a restaurar-t under
tho above numo In ihe new SANGUI
NKT'I'I BLui;K", Mnln street. Weshall
havo all the delloacles of the season on
hand. erOpen day and night.
da-lm .lOHN HURUICH A CO.
GUST. PERET has bong! Mo-day tho
Teutonia Saloon, oppogi '•.
Hlnnk, where he will keep Jyt'. g
LIQCORH and CIGARS. ' WJ, •
LUNCH from 11 a m to I p,
BE EH, FIVE CEN...3-
All friends and ucqu.dntati ces are re
spectfully Invited to give me i*- call.