>Mbliabed every morning eioept Mon
JOgEPH P. LYNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
*«r annum, by mall or express *i»
Six months " " °
Puree months " - iI
Osllvered by carriers, per week,. ...2» oeuts
I IS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
cul.llshed every Haturdav morning.
..v yew:,by mall orexpre»»,oneoopy..rH<it
. . months, " " " " •••J «
him " " <*
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ill Hlu.ls ol Job-Work done to
< imuete wltla Nan Frnnelaco In
• nee,sty le. «nd Eletraure ol Works
I, A. GRAVES, "
ATTORNEY. AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
HOOM So. I STRELITZ BLOCK.
A'ITOBNKY AT L.A.W.
mini SANTA MONICA.
7~K. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
> rTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AAT LAW. Rooms, 66,67 and 68 Tem
ni« Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
S TTORNEY A.T LAW
OFFICE — Roms 8 aud B Downey
Bio Ik. 'aill-lf
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
Dueommnn a Block, corner Main A
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-tl
a m.aaaw.ii, o.n. smith
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ULASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
4 TTORNEYB AT LAW,
OFFICF- TKMPLE BLOCK up-atairs, I«>S
\ is-eles, California OaVtf— H
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTURMaV AT LAW.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, Los
W. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
He-Rooms 2 nnd 3, Allen's Building,
corner of Spring and Temple Sts. al6lf
tiniceamd Residence—No. 15FRANKLIN
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
IMiyaioian and P»strn-eoii
... sidonce, Fort Hill, I Office, No. lUDow
rluena Vista street. I neyßleok.upstaire.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
' oi.'NTY PHYHICUN.
j >is)M3l«ll, LAN FRANCO BLOCK.
la. Residence Downey Avenue. East
lyw Angeles, near the end of street rail
. in'li b nwurs from in to 12 a. m.; from 1 to
1 c. m. ' apao-tr
_ Jl. .
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed bis office fo No. 82 MAIN
MTREKT, oyer Hotter* Bradley's Furni
odlce Honrs—From 10 lo 12, 4 lo 8 and 8
to 9. Residence—llnena Vista street.
J. Bechtinger, M. I).,
IJHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependenUand French M. B. Soclo
i.es. Ocullstof the French Hospital In
Shu Franoiseo, All chronic obstinate
cases und operations ou the eyes attend
. d to,
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—-SE. cor
ner Mason and Paoilio streets, San Fran
cisco. oc3 ly
Dr. Chin Quong Zln,
OFFICE —Corner Los Angeles and Ar
•evenre* all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from g to 12 a. m. und from
2 to 5 anu 7 lo » P. M. apStltf
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIONORET'S BUILDINO, opposite
R. HUGHES, In returning thanks to
the pnbllo for their liberal patronage,
can with oonfldenoe recommend his
23 .a. n s
As the great PURIFIER and EQUAL
IZER of the human body, enabling the
system to throw off Its Impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more inspi
ration of air than can be ontalned by
breathing, by opening the pores of the
akin and giving full play to the Insensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical
etar*A lemale constantly on band to
Open from ilk. to 7 p. m. s3Btf
CYPRESS HEDGE PLANTS.
I have now on hand a few thousand of
tbe MONTEREY CYPRESS, which
makes such a handsome hedge. They
ure In boxes, so that they oan be lilted
out with the Widney Transplanter, war
ranting every one to live. Also, nne
plants of samo In pots. They have been
very scarce: can be bought cheap now,
when smalt, but If lelt until fall or win
ter they will be larger and dearer.
Jell-liu Kill street, near First.
nrt.e-l * Rebbeck,
jh »iT*Tit-. Cardeners and
<r /rcsfc \ Contractors,
No. 196 SPRING ST.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
San Francisco, Sept. 2.—Tbe
following are the passengers by the
steamer Senator, which sailed to
day at 9 A. m:
W P Russell 4 wife, J P Froese,
Chas V Hall, W Mayburg 4 wife,
J D Bayer, T P Farrington & wf,
M Martin, Mrs 0 Littleflold,
Mrs Thomas, F Hernandez,
J McNamara, Mrs Wattison,
P Pohndoiff, t Dreyfus,
P LorescU, J Duar,
ti Fricomier, Mrs J Daguerre.
AForgtss, Jr, E L Watkins,
W H Hiller, W Purcivelle,
Mark Wattison, Mrs Arana,
And tweve steerage passengers.
P.issena-ern CSolHa* floufli.
Mohave, Sept. 7.—Mrs. P. M.
Savage and three children. W. W.
Blow, W. C. Seardon.
A Cruel Hoax.
When any of the station agents
of ihe 8. P. R. B, accept a coun
terfeit coin and forward it among
their receipts tv headquarters, the
officials there cut it neatly into
halves, return it to tlie sender, and
charge him with the amount. This
makes the agents keep a sharp
lookout for the spurious, but with
every precaution they get "nip
ped " once in a while. Our friend
Mr. Smith, who has charge of tlie
Anaheim depot during Mr. Dar
liug's absence, fountl a counterfeit
half dollar umong his receipts last
week. He, with malice prepense,
fastened it securely to that part of
the passenger platform most fre
quented, and up to date he aud Al
len have had nine dollars worth of
fun in watching the ludicrous at
tempts to purloin the apparently
lost coin. The attempts to get hold
of that half dollar are amusing in
the extreme. Some one of the
louDgera or waiting passengers will
spy tho coin on tbe platform. He
will begin to whistle, and walk to
and fro, gradually getting nearer
to the money, until he manages to
get his foot on it. He whistles
with redoubled vigor, his face bear
ing a fearfully strained look of un
consciousness: lie glances warily
around lo see if any one is looking
at him; heseizes a favorable oppor
tunity, and with the rapidity of an
eagle swooping down from its
mountain eyrie, be makes a desper
ate clutch at the money on the
platform and—gets a sliver under
his nail. He retires in a frame of
mind easier imagined than de
It is noticeable that none of the
victims make a bold dash for the
orphaned coin. They Invariably
resort to strategy, and their efforts
to appear uncoucered while grad
ually edging toward the object, not
infrequently have an effeot opposite
from that Intended. Try as they
will, their expression of cteunte
nauce, intended to be inexpressive
und indicative ot the utmost care
lessness, is apt to draw attention
to their movements; and tho
knowledge that tbey are watched,
combined with a fear that
their purposes are known, or that
somebody else will capture the
coin, produces a feeling of mind
not at all conducive to a culm and
unperturbed expression of counte
nance. Some will approach tbe coin
by devious ways, drop their hand
kerchief cm it, and endeavor to pick
up coin and handkerchief at tbe
same time; others, not so dignified,
will, with a great pretense of being
tired, sit down on the coveted piece
until they are convinced of its im
movability; and one old gentleman
is strongly suspected of having af
fixed some adhesive substance to
the sole of his boot, as he was seen
making frantic endeavors to get
possession of the coin by pressing
his boot against It, and then, under
preteuse of hunting for a Ilea some
where in his stocking, passing his
handover tbe sole of hie boot with
the evident expectation of finding
the coin adheriug to it. — Gazette.
The Credit Side of the Tramp
The tramp's reputation us a gen
tleman of leisure whose impulses
are good, albeit his habits are bad,
and who, like Joseph Poorgrass,
"feels his humble gratitudes" for
favors received, stands vindicated.
Four years ago a Dakota farmer—a
brother-in-law, by the way, of Kel
logg who fell beside General Custer
on the Little Big Horn—had fin
ished his supper, when a dirty, rag
ged, footsore tramp called at his
house aud begged for something to
eat, saying that he was on
bis way to California, but had
had bard luck, having been taken
sick after starling. Mr. Safford
made him welcome aud his wife
went to work aud cooked supper
for the stranger. They not only
allowed him to stay over night, but
entertained him for a week, until
he had recovered his health. Two
mouths ago the stranger, who dur
ing bis four years' absence in Cali
rornia had "struck it rich," went
back to Dakota, and, in disguise,
again spent the night under Mr.
Safford's roof. The next morning
tha tramp departed without mak
ing himself known, and the con
versation and incident had been for
gotten when tha good people receiv
ed through the postofflce a sealed
package which contained the deed
of one of the finest farms in their
vicinity, having a good house,
barn, slock, horses, wagons, agri
cultural Implements, aud every
thing complete. It was accompa
nied by an explanatory letter, stat
ing that tbe giver wished them to
accept the deed of this farm, which
he bad purchased especially for
those who divided with bim when
in need, and treated him kindly
when foot-sore and poor. He as
sured them that he was the tramp
they had entertained years before.
In 1867, 3.006 persons died of yel
low fever iv New Orleans. It did
uot cease to be an epidemic until
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. 8. 1878
A play ia beiug acted in Austra
lia, tbe hero of which ia said to be
a dramatic realization of Qeorge
Francis Train. The extent to
which the audiences are "psychol
ogized" Is shown by the fuct tbat
after every performance the janitor
of the theatre sweeps up several
bushela of peanut sheila.
The London Metropolitan police
are clamoring for increasa of pay.
At the present time a first-class
constable receives $7.50 per week,
and when on tbe reserve of a divis
ion, 80 cents per week more; a sec
oud-class sergeant receives $8 per
week, and a first-class one—a posi
tion it may take a long time to at
tain—s9 per week.
Newbury, Mass., says the New
York Times, ia almost under tbe
shadow of Plymouth Rock. Iv old
times it was a crime to swear on
tbe street, and if the boys did not
go to church the deacons hunted
them up and drove them in.
Things, however, have changed.
On a recent Sunday six excursion
steamers were plying about tbe
harbor, the preachers were all out
of town enjoying their vacations,
nnd a score of farmers, to save the
time, were mowing in the marshes.
A clergyman in Melbourne has
found au effective means of swell
ing the contributions of tbe peo
ple. For sometime there bad been
au increase of three-penny pieces,
to the exclusion of sixpences and
shillings. He. determined to put
a stop to the decline at once, and
instead of paying the weekly offer
tory of three-pennies into the lo
cal bank, be simply placed them
one side every week until some
£90 of small coins had beeu with
drawn from circulation. Six
pences and shillings then took
their place in the plate, as tbe re
sult of tbe good man's "comer" in
IMPRISONED IS HIS OWN TOMB.
Tha Lato William Niblo's Accidental Night
in Greenwood Cemetery.
I From the N. Y. Sunday Morcury.l
About fifteen years ago tbe late
William Niblo, of Niblo's Garden,
built a handsome tomb in Green
wood Cemetery. He expended a
great deal of money upon it, and
it naturally became one of the at
tractions of that pensive resort.
Among the ecceutricitles of the
veteran manager was that of vis
iting tiiis tomb on sultry summer
afternoons, and sitting there, novel
in hand, until the shadowing of the
grand path before the door showed
biiu that evening was near. One
day Mr. Niblo passed through the
lodge gate as ÜBual, saluted tbe at
tendant in his customary courtly
style, and wandered away.
That night Mr. Niblo did not re
turn to hla home in this city.
Nothing was thought of it as he
had such a number of friends whom
be might visit and remain uutil
late, but when the mornlngshowed
the room unoccupied and the bed
undisturbed, then alarm seized the
household. Search was made; the
clubs, the places of public resort,
the theatres —all were visited. He
had not been there the night pre
vious. Then one remembered tbe
visits to the Greenwood tomb.
When those who were searching
for William Niblo reached the gate
of the cemetery, tbey were met by
the man in charge. Ha remem
bered that Mr. Niblo had been
there so many days before that it
had become a custom. What was
the matter? Mr. Niblo lost? "Come
to think of it, I didn't see him go
out of here when I locked up. He
must he in the tomb."
The tomb has an ornamental
door let into the solid rock sur
roundings. It is massive, thick,
uninviting—and seems just the
aperture for a perpetual borne of
the dead. Beyond it is an airy
apartment, in which the sunlight
niters. When Mr. William Niblo
entered his favorite resting place
that summer afternoon so long ago,
be sat lv bis accustomed seat,
opened his book and fell to read
ing. Tbe wind rose, the vault was
filled with air until a propulsive
slve force was generated, and then,
suddenly, there came a short, sharp
click, with semi-darkness after It.
Mr. Niblo was shut iv. Tbe vault
door bad sprung to.
He was found sitting composed
in the tomb, and by no means near
so much agitated as was any one of
those who were looking for him.
He explained tbe accident, his
shrieks for assistance, and then his
relapse into a calm aud philosoph
ical consideration of the circum
stances. He knew that no one
could hear him call, but he felt that
the active brains of his friends
would seek him out, and that soon
er or later he would be liberated.
Whisky Cures a Rattlesnake Bite.
I From the Nevada Transcript. I
On Friday last as George Ter
hune, a teamster, was on bis way
from this city (Nevada, Cal.,) to
North Bloomtleld, and had reached
a point just beyond tbe residence
of John Dunn, Selby Flat, he stop
ped at a spring by tbe wayside to
get a drink of water. Stooping,
lie placed his right hand upon the
ground lv order to maintain his
equilibrium, when instantly a rat
tlesuake darted out from some
hushes, and with its deadly fangs
pierced tbe forefinger on tbe mld
Mr. Terhuue killed the rattle
snake, which was three feet in
leDgtb, and had eight rattles and
one button. Rushing to tbe wagon,
he drew the bung from a keg of
whisky that was aboard, and com
menced to drink the contents. He
drank all that he could of the
strong spirits, and then taking some
tobacco from bis pocket, saturated
it with more whisky, making a
poultice, in which he wrapped the
He then started the team, and
from then until he reached the
Kennebec House he continued to
drink. There is no doubt that be
imbibed enough of the ardeut to sat
half or Nevada City crazy drunk;
but it didn't have any effect on
him. He was as sober as a Judge
when be reached the last named
place. Then he took off the band
age, occasionally stopping for an
other swallow of whisky. The
flesh around the wound had turned
green. Then be drank and again
replaced the bandage.
It was no use—the drunk
wouldn't come; but what was much
better, the fatal effects of the rat
tlesnake's bite bad been counter
acted. Terbune was in town yester
day, as well and healthy and sober
FARMERS' a MERCHANTS'
Of Log Angeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAB W. UKLLMAN President
L. C. GOODWIN Vioe-President
JOHN MILNER Secretary
BOARD OP DIRECTORS.
ISAIAS W. HEI.LMAN, ErrakNK MkYKB,
O. W. Childs, i„ c. Goodwin,
Charles Bpcommtjn, Josb Mabcabkl,
John S. Griffin, C. E. Thoh,
Uxohange for sale on
NEW YOBK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FBANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Buy and Hell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Sliver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
left as Term Deposits, Interest will be al
Of Los Augeles.
Authorized Capital 300,000
J. E. HOLLENBECK President
E. P. SPENCE Cashier
A, 11. Wilcox, W. Woodwobth,
S. U. Motv, H. Mabohy,
L Lankxrshiu, O. S. Withebby,
E. F.SPENCK, J, K. lIOLLKNBECK,
Tills Bank is prepared to receire de
posits on open acoount, issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bunk
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at cuirent rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Angeles Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. SLAUSON President
R. S. BAKER Vice-President
J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier 1
J. S. SI.AUBON, P. BSAUDRY,
V, A, HooVKK, ROBEBT S. BAKEB,
J. IllX BY, GXO. W. PttKBCOTT
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco, '
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and 1
Buy exchange on all parts of the United
States and Europe. !
Receive money on open acoount and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general ,
banking and exchange business.
%_m fashion &m
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON A. YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages, Single pr Double, j
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
hand for the accommodation of the pub- i
lie. Horses Boarded by tbe day, week or i
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances |
furnished for private or public occasions ■
at the shortest notice and upon as reas- -
1 onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
JaHtf WILSON * YOUNG, Prop's.
1878. NEW YORK. 1878'
As the time approaches for the renewal of
subscriptions, tbe Sun would remind Its
friends and welhwlsbars everywhere, that it I
is again a candidate for their consideration 1
and support. Upon Its record for the past ;
ten years It relies for a eont j nuance ot tha 1
hearty sympathy and generous co-operation
which has hitherto been extended to It troin
every quarter of the Union.
The dally Sun Is a four page sheet of 38 col- ,
umns, price by mall, post paid, 66 cents a :
month, or 96.60 per year.
The Sunday edition of the Bnn Is an eight
page sheet of 66 columns. While gtvla; tbe
news of the day. It also contains a large
amount ot literary and miscellaneous matter
specially prepared for it. The Sunday Sun ,
baa met with great success. Post paid 11.20
The Weekly Hun.
who does not know the weekly Sun ? It
circulates throughout tbe United States, tbe
Oanadas, and beyond. Ninety thousand fam
ilies greet Its welcome pages weekly, and
regard It In the light of guide, counsellor and
friend. Its news, editorial, agricultural and
literary departments make It essentially a
lournal for the family and the fireside.
Terms: One Seller a year, post paid. Tbls
price, quality considered,makes It the cheap
est newspaper published. For clubs often,
with US cash, we will send an extra oopy
PUBLISH!* OF THK SUN.
nort-tf New York Olty.N. t
_ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .
LOOKOUT! LOOK OUT! LOOKOUT!
FOR BARGAINS AT THE
IXL AUCTION CO.,
No. 9 Commercial St., Los Angeles.
SlxerifT J". *T. To-wnoy's Orders
ARE TO SELL THE
Of (Messrs. M. Polk & Co., 06 Grand St., New York, to turn the
STOCK OP $40,000 WORTH
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
INTO CASH IMMEDIATELY.
This will be one of the Largest and Cheapest Sales that
Has Ever Taken Place in California.
LOOK A. jT THE 3L. O W ~Et ICES!
18,000 yards Best American Priut se. per yard. 2500 yards White aud Colored Piques, Be. per yard.
5,(l()(l dozen Warnsutta Spool Cotton 25c. per doz. 5000 yards slightly soiled Duck 12Jo. per yard.
8,000 yards Embroideries 50. per yard. Mosquito Net sc. per yard.
556 Straw Hats 250. each. 5000 pair Lisle Thread Gloves 15e. per pair.
Men's Cheviot Suits $4 50 each. Celebrated Beach Collars 12*0. per box.
Casimer Pants.... $1 75 each. White Dress Shirts 50c. each.
White Pique Vests 75c. each. Coats and Dusters 50c. each.
Ladies' Balmoral Shoes $1 per pair. Men's Congress Qalters $1 75 per pair.
Ladies' Elastic Gaiters $1 per pair. Boys' Congress Gaiters $1 25 per pair.
Misses' Morocco Shoes $1 per pair. Men's Calf Boots $2 50 per pair.
Misses' Calf Shoes $1 per pair. Men's Striped Socks „ 25c. per pair.
fill thy purse with money, and call at once on the IXL COMPANY,
No. 9 Commercial street.
tiE-sr* WHOLESALE DEALERS PLEASE CALL AT NINE A. M.-^Xf
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
lE. "W. TJOYBS
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I Intend to make my charges leas
than those of anybody else in tbe busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for tbe Orst $1000 undone perteut.
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSKS,
WAOONB and all kinds of property, and
paj •g'fJsaturday's sales commeuce at 10
A. m. and close at 4p. K. ,^
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
-*To. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
N Loe Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
-ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern
California. His old oustomers and the
public will find it tho place to get BEBI
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal aentlemen of the city, tor whom he
has made clothing.
•(•"No necessity to send lo San sran
clsco for stood fitting suits. deciXKf
Rooms and Board.
Gentlemen and their wives and single
gents can be accommodated with board
and fine, large, front rooms, containing
all modern conveniences and homeoom
forts, at the
New High street, only one block
from the Postofflce aud Court House, and
oommands a charming view of mountain
and valley. Jel6tf
Cal lea for and delivered to any .tart
of tbe elty, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
Order* can be left at the bookstore of
Mr. Bam Hell man. Hp ring, at. oISXf
i -fc UrViint 'ft ' >■•' Improved" KeeJei
. Adji'ilaUe. St* >.«tl Utter, r.re
iTlrl AIcISLSB \ »"* p'*w* "1 all °"
mArrfr**^\ 1 >"*•' ti-iui or u.,a m
"HI Ibem. Cats b* sent
Ttvan* M .si. 11 wall. Inks aofl Hi-uities kind m«i
tblrtf In Meßdil Hlvk Ful.lt f* AMfFACTUkEK of tbe troadeef I
"ULO-'tLIIN OTtUMtWMC." •*»> M MIIH AflefttV fa-' mIUk
kMUIM. " Fortuua Chart," eta, Urnweuiw* mallei f.ir
Suala OWi » »U. SenJ postal eaiU f»r full pa.rt.minM H.
hare unaiiiamiii made anil ear, fumlah pnnatnl? a«i attwl
timtail its anali ur anasuaiara, uf American or Furalfti toaJm.
O. <J MtYAXT. (lata MauueWore*. U« ttMbtutoa it.. WkIMA
RARE CHANCE FOR A
70 Acers in the Azu.a-Duarte
Water Rights Perfect and
FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR
RAL ON PREMISES.
BHTFIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS,
five years' growth. Also,variety uf Fruit
Trees between the walnuts.
TERMS MODERATE. Apply person
ally or by letter to
A. J. HORN,
mr2tr Postmaster at El Monte.
FRENCH DRUG BTOREI
Has been removed from SIGNORET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
we- Prescriptions prepared with great
Rubottom Ranch for Sale.
This valuable property, eontainiug
EIGUTY-SIX ACRES, one of the most
eligible to Investors In Southern Califor
nia, Is lor sale. Uood title and abunrt
nnoe of water. It Is in the heart of the
beautiful ami produetlve San Jose Val
ley, thirty miles from Los Angeles.
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures,
ALSO. FOR SALE.
A HARK BARGAIN is presented. 11l
health, and a desire to give my wife a
change of scene and air. are the motives
which indues me to sell.
Address, for terms,
mrtOtf W. W. RUBOTTOM,Spedra.
"El Molino Farm."
For business and educational reasons,
doslrlug to remove Into Lo* Angelea. 1
" EL MOLINO FAEM,"
Including residence and out-bulldings
horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc., for the term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consist* of 204 acres, on which
are4o,ooo grape vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 600 lemon
and lime trees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almond, tig. apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bauauas,
etc.; twoor three acres of alialla, cfty
aores vacant arable land, and
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Atl acbed to tbe residence Is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, cold and
shower baths. There Ib also a BILLIARD
HOOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm Is most eligibly eltuated In
the FRUIT BELT of the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles enst of Los Angeles
• ity, and near I lie Railroad Station ol
fcsau Gabriel Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, to-wlt: One
third cash, i Id balance In one, two, three
aad four years, at 10 percent. Interest pur
annum Interest, payable semi-annually.
E. J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10* II Strellts Building, Spring St.
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2ltf
W. M. WILLIAMS. F. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
W A REHOUSE—San Pedro st. depot,
OFFICE—Nos. 1 and 3, Downey Block
with Thompson A Ellis.
N. B.—We are prepared to make liber,
al loans on grain stored with us at ONE
PER CENT, per month. a9tf
J. F. REDDING
Will devote hie attention to the
Wells, Cesspool!*, Vaults, etc.
ew-Also. WHITEWASHING. UOUBE
CLEAHING and GENERAL JOBBING
Orders may be left at. this office or wltb
Jesse Butler, Mala street.
SATISFACTION *t If ARAN TEED.
NO. 86 j
A'-o* Anrrlra 1 odg«> ■o.is.r.
* A. a —Tho stated meetihn
of thla Lodge ere held on the
first MONDA V ofeaoh monto al
7::w p. m. Members of Penlai-
I pha. No. 202, and all Master Masons in
1 good atandlng are cordially invited.
Byorderofthe Wf Mi-
CHas. Smith, Secretary.
I.as Angeles Chapter No. 33, R-. a:.
t Stated convocations on it,
MONDAY of each month .
7)4 P. at. at Masonle Ball.
Sojourning companions In '
good standing cordially Id '
vlted. By order of
8. O. FOY, H. T 1
Lai Angeiet Coanefl No. 11, Rani aa* 1
Holds Its stated assemblies on the 4th *"'
Monday of each month at Mason lo Hall
et 7:30 p. k. Sojourning ComparUonala
liSSnr!? tMaln K B « e '«»«™allT'ln^i| e d to
attend. By order of the Th". lII'.
Molds Its stated conclaves at the As».
lum In Mneonic Hall, on the Th««d
THURSDAY of each month, at 7«o'etoS
P. M. Sojourning Knights Templar £
good standing are cordially Invited to at
tend. By order of the —.WW ,
J. C. LittlbfieXjO. Recorder. ' '
___mm___. A » gel Ito Ixxlge No. lea.
IK Ha?'; V,-, w -, F T a^,ll « r meetinta
°' this Lodge are held ever*
.TnjTT MONDAY evening St So "2
vi.«, d Fel •»*"' Hall, Downey Blot*.
Frbd. w. Woo^R^ecl" 83 - K ' W -
Lou Auicelea Lodge Ko. 30,1. O. O.V.
.Ilitfaßtii- „..^.°« ~lnr meeting held on
gSKVEIiNKsDAY EVENING ol '
h week ot 7% o'clock. Bo- ..'
, , lourning brethren in good
standing aro cordially Invited.
. _ „ J. W. BARD, K. c
A. Frank, R. S.
Orange Grove Encampment, N«. 81,1 0
__m%_mji__ REGULAR MEETINGS helu
aaf BJt"" .the second sad Fourth
«BPTUE»I)AYS of each month at *
"~: ?H P. M. Sojourning Palrl-
attend " Hnatne are oonUaUy ln*t-
B. Marxben. Scribe.
§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No. 20.
meets every Thursaa* evening, at
n „,„„ » o-olook, at the Castle. Hell,
Downey Block. All sojourning Knights
in good standing are mrdially Invited.
J- A - DUNSMOOR.C. C.
C E. Mii.es, K. of H. B.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
w REGULAR MEETINGS ol
<tmm thlß Company will take place
/JgGSfe. on the first Wednesday eve
-fflflNSJll nlng of each month, at
o'clock. By order,
W. s. MOOHE. secretary
M *^l*^ B,^NM »^NMBaBllMS^S^SV
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE 1
The great English remedy for Nervous
Debility, Spermatorrhea aud r rem at lire
Decline of J'bysioal Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively ouro, thoroughly nnd
permanently, any case of EXHAUSTED
VIIALITY or Nervous Debility, elthei
acute or of long standing, and in either
sex, no matter from what cause pro- i
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, Ie
not a quack nostrum, hence perlectly
safe to take; is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to tho cerebro-splnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The blood, rejuvenating and relnvlgorat
lng both mind and body. Thousands,
both in this country and in Europe, can
testify to tbe great restorative propel tie'
of this really great medicine.
Price, taper bottle, or four limes the
quantity tor tlO. Sent lo any address se
cure irom observation.
Address nil letters to
A. E. MIN TIE, M. D.,
(Grndunte of the University of Pennsyl
vania and lute Resident Snrgeon to the
Onli.ipredic Hospital of Philadel
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Franolseo.
P. S.-DR. MINTIE can be consulted
In reference to the above complaints dur
ing office hours from 9 a. m. to 3p. m.
daily, and from 6 to 8 In tbe evening.
SSISSy i- 10 *• M - lo 1p - »• Consultation
r REE. Thorough examination and ad
vice, t5. Full directions and advice Iree
with every nackace of medicine, ivlttl
FOIt - —
FRUIT AND OTKEiI ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August 7tb, 1877,
Avoids many uhipctlous lound in other.,
dryers. It U rapid lv its work, very eco
nomical, dries different articles at tbe
same time, win not damage fruit hy
overheating and ladies unassisted cau
manage it. Has always given
I' li ICE,
FROM 87S TO S6OO.
For circulars or Information, address
GEO. 11. PECK, Ageut,
a2il El Monte, Cal.
B .A. 3<Z ERY
CON FECT lON X BY.
MRS. SIMPSON announces to br-r
trlends aud the public that she baa
opened a store at OLD SANTA MuNICA
CANJJN, where she will keep a full sup
ply of Bread, Cakes, Confectionery.
Fresh Fruits, Nuts and at Los
S3TICE CREAM ON SUNDAYS.
CRANT & CAMERON,
MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALI/
Collectors of Seeds of all Trees and Huron*
indigenous to tho Australian Colonies,
T»e Red aad reeperaiat Gam., tuclss. Ba&«
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