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BY
JUBBPH P. LYNCH,
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
Per annum, by mall orexpreßa S' n
BU months " " »
Tbrje months '• " - a
De Ivered by carriers, per week 35 cents
US ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
'"published every Satnrdav morning.
TBRMfi.
One /esr.by mail orexpress,onocopy..JßUl
fix osoatns. " . ," " ' -J -J
Tht " •• •• " " .1 Ob
Advctraeraeuls Inserted at reasonable
rat ■-.
An Mind* of Job-work done So
tarn pot* with Max franclsco In
•*rl*o ,n*y l«. and Elegauce ol Work.
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LAWYEBS.
J. A. GRAVEST
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. I STRELITZ BLOCK.
JyBtf
JOHN C. MORGAN,
AITOENKY AT L.A.W.
ml7tf SANTA MONICA.
vTk. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
J. BROSSKAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
• ITORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
A. AT LAW. Rooma, 66,67 and 68 Tem
pi* Block, third door, Loa Angeles.
feoS-tf
HENRY T. HAZARD.
-. TTOBN EY A.T LAW
OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
Bio if.
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 8 and 4
Ducnmman s Block, corner Main A
Commercial streela, Los Angeles. may7-tf
A. UI.AHSKLI., O. H. SMITH
A CHAPMAN. a. K. SMITH
uUSSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
» TTORNEYB AT LAW,
.>FFK)F.-TKMPLKnUM'K up-stalrs, lass
> .ig-alaa.Oaliromla. oca-tf-8
P. P. Ramirez,
AT'I'OIINE V AT I,A*VV.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, Lot
Anga.es. . ra2-lm
W. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
•ay-Rooms S end 8, Allen's Building,
corner of Spring and Temple sts. al6lf
PHYSICIANS,
Dr. Klrkpatrick.
«.*■** and Residence-No. 15FRANKLIN
STREET. fe2B-lm
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
l'hyaloian uu<l t*««r(j«M>ri
t; .idence, Fort Hill, t Offlee, No. 19 Dow
rtueua Vista street. I ney Block, up slain;.
: i. HANNON, M. D.,
t OUNTY PHYSICIAN.
t I OHMS 9 All, LAN FRANCO BLOCK.
1V Residence Downey Avenue, East
Los Angeles, near the end of etreet rall>
"»y.
O.il. Q hours from 10 to 12 a. m. ; from 1 to
« r. >. ap2o tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Bag removed bis office to No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over Doner a Bradley's Furni
ture Mora.
Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 to 0 and 8
to 8. Residence—Buena Vista street.
myltf
J. Bechtinger, M. D.,
(OF VIENNA,)
PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
4*pend*nt aad Fronch M. B. Socie
ties. Oculist of the French Hospital In
San Francisco. All chronic obstinate
casea and operations ou the eyea attend'
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—SF,. cor
ner Mason and Pacific atreets, San Fran
cisco. ocsly
Dr. Chin Quong Zln,
CHINESE DOCTOB.
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
cadia atreets.
aarcure. all kinds of diseases.
Offlc. hours from 9 to 12 a.m. and from
2 toSana7 to»r. m. ap9otf
HUGHES'
Russian and Electric Baths,
StOMORET'S BUILDING, opposite
Merosd Theater,
R. HUGHES, in returning thanks to
th* public for their liberal patronage,
can with confidence recommend his
BATHS
As tbe great PURIFIER and EQUAL
IRBBafth* human body, enabling tbe
■Vstem t* throw off It* Impurities and
living to th. lunga one-sixth more Inspi
ration, of air than can beootalnel by
breathing, by opening th* pores of the
Saaudglvlngfull play to the lnsensi
reaplratlon so necessary to physical
ilth.
*erA female constantly on hand to
Walt en ladles.
Open from I A. m. to 1 r. v. s23tf
CYPRESS HEDGE PLANTS.
I have now on hand a few tbonaand of
th* MONTEREY CYPRESS, v-hich
make* such a handsome hedge. They
are la boa**, an that they can be lilt ■
out With th* Wldney Transplanter. >-
ranting avary one to live. Also, f
plant* ot seat* tn pots. Tbey have ■
v.iy scare; can b* bought chee..
a aea .mail, but If lett until fa.; c -wi
t*rlh*y will be larger and u.:a'. ;
jetl-lm Hill street, nes
Burueil £ Robr
Landscape Card
Garden Con'
jrvr no
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
fnaaeuffera] Ut Ijg floulli.
Mohave, Sept. B.—Mr. Gifford,
J. W. Thorn, J. Hoffman, Miss
Richardson, 0. M. Delany, T. L.
Cole, J. It. McKeuzle, C. C. Bemls
and daughter, C. C. McKay, VV. B.
Bettis, C. Dean, J. M. Carter, J. B.
Holt, M. Brooks, Miss Nora Horan,
Major Egbert and ten officers and
160 soldiers.
Mohave, Sept. B.—Mrs. P. Tay
lor, L. Sch wi Ik aud wife, J.
Rooney. '
Cenaoil.laled Ylrglul* niusaSult.
Virginia City, Sept. B—The
suit of L. B. Aberuatuy against
Consolidated Virginia Mining Co, ,
and James O. Fair for 58 feet of
ground and three million dollars
damages, was decided In favor of
tbe Consolidated Virginia Com
pany by a jury Saturday evening.
lie Took Priisslc Ael.l.
Viroinia, Nev., Sept. B.—A
young man named Parks, In the
employ of Perkins, druggist, was
found deud in his bed at the Arling
ton House this morning. He had
left a note stating that his life was
a failure and he bad taken prusalo
acid. No cause is known for the
act.
Sinta * r00d..-,. Hnrhila.
San Francisco, Sept. B.—Four—
12}t cents lower, extra, [email protected]
Wheat—Lower, shipping, $1 [email protected]
-1.704; milling, $1.67*@1.72J. Barley
—Coast, [email protected] cents; good coast,
[email protected]; bay feed, $1.07}; brewing,
$1.17}@1.20; chevalier, [email protected]
Corn—Sales, now small yellow, $I}.
Oats—California feed, [email protected]
Rye—Nominally, $1.30. Hay-
Dull, [email protected] for poor to medium.
Potatoes—Dull, [email protected]
Sou fraud**)* Note*.
San Francisco, Sept. B.—Rich
ard Smith, aged nine years, an In
mate of tlie Alms House, was
drowned in a ponil between Lake
Honda and tho Alms House while
bathing, Saturday.
The Pioneers are celebrating Ad
mission Day. They assembled at
tbeir hall this morning and march
ed through Montgomery and Kear
ney streets to the corner of Bush
where they look the cars for Wood
ward's Gardens, where literary ex
ercises are being held. Judge S.
C. Hustings presides. The oration
is delivered by Chas. E. Travers;
poem liv Dan'l O'Connell; Rev.
Albert Williams, Chaplain.
The amount received to noon to
day by ex Governor Low, treasurer
of the Citizens' Belief Committee,
was $12,426.75. At tbe sale of
seals to-morrow for tlie benefit at
tlie California Theatre Thursday
afternoon Mrs. Scott Siddons, Mrs.
Alice Oates, Mrs. Judah aud Miss
Cottrelly, the German actress, will
auction off boxes. It-promises to be
a great success.
Unlilra Halt, l air Ut><u.<l.
Oakland, Sept. 9 —The Fair of
the Golden Gate District, compris
ing the counties of San Francisco,
Alameda and Contra Costa, opened
this morning.
Tim iserr. t»*i> j,u .11 l>» Ku|.|»t.ri«.«t.
Washington, D. C, Sept. B.—
The Secretary of War, while ex
tending Government aid to the yel
low fever sufferers has repeatedly
declared that he was governed by
no other law than humanity but
depended ou tho approval of the
entire country for his action. No
one there doubts that he will receive
Congressional sanction, but In or
der tn give some assurance Col.
McArdle, of Vickaburg, who came
hither in behalf of theyellow fever
sufferers, addressed a letter to Rep
resentatives Blackburn, Ellis and
Gibson, ou the subject who replied
that if it should become necessary
to pass a law validating anil ratify
ing the Secretary's action it would
certainly meet with their moat cor
dial support.
Tlie Fever iv New Orleans.
New Orleans, Sept. Btb.—New
cases 144; deathsß7.
A Darlusr Berirlarr.
Dfndas, Ont., Sept. B.—At three
o'clock this morning five masked
men entered the Great Western
Railroad station, tied and gagged
the watchman and blew open the
safe which contained about oue
hundred dollars and a check for
a small amount. The burglars
escaped.
The HIS.Iwm lv A fa* It mm lei mm.
Calcutta, Sept. B.—lt is gener
ally recognized that the present is
one of tlie most critical epochs in
the history of India. A single
false move iv the conduct of the
mission to Afghanistan may in
volve not ouly a costly frontier
war, but wider complications. The
Mission forms a single step in an
extensive concerted scheme for the
protection of India.
Will Wane lb* Porta Do ac He
Aareta.
Berlin, Sept. B.—The German
Government recently sent a circu
lar to the signatories of the treaty of
Berlin asking them to take a com
mon step with a view of bringing
the Porte to execute the stipula
tions ortbe treaty. Austria, France
and Russia re «1 affirmatively;
Italy and Ei '-tve not yet
answered, b> 'less reply
affirmative'
TueUeru. aa of
sue Anil-Si.l atta
Ber t speech
from 'de open
l ing j-day, the
Err hope that
tt> 111 be adopt
e I the perui
ment may be
these who have
may be brought
path.
aea ia tlie luaor
.eeiiou.
Sept. B.—The oooupa
.uinje by Austrian* has
up de grace tm.be insur
i Heisegovlua. tie Turks
nmeticed to diamante the
■tions of Po.lgrilza a , a
ire preliminary to tht.ur
.or of tbe place '.othe Mon, ne .
ins.
- &
LOS ANGELES* TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 10. LB7B.
Bucharest, Bept. 8 —The Rus
sians have commenced embarking
at Varna and Bougas. They con
structed a bridge at Toulcha to aid
in the evacuation of Nubruilga.
Life in the Foothills.
The time ia not far distant when
tbe esthetic culture now mainly
confluent to our cities, will attach
to, or be evolved from, farm life.
Tn anme few instances this trans
formation has already taken place
on the farms In the Sacramento
valley. But the bottom lands are
deficient in tbe picturesque, and
for this simple reason money mak
ing will be for a long time the pre
dominant feature of valley farm
ing. Tbe people who are htnjely
ruled by tbelr taates, and the love
of the beautiful, and who intend to
engage lv farming, will naturally
drift towards the picturesque re
gions, if they can also And in tbe
same section enough natural pro
ductiveness to supply their wants.
The foothills of the Sierras possess
in their lay and structure all tbe
elements of the picturesque, and
the fertility of the valley lands,
while they are also rich In climatic
advantages. The small valleys,
tbe oval ridges, the table lands aud
gently sloping hillsides all conbine
a wealth of ravishing outline, a
susceptibility for growths that will
produce artistic aggregations of
color, with a nearness to heavy for
est growths tbat will make the foot
hills, under proper cultivation, the
most charming country In the
State. A few foothill farmers, by
utilizing tbe foothill springs, have
already succeeded in creating
homes of surpass me beauty. And
when the subterranean streams are
tapped iiy artesian wells further
results will be achieved in the
same direction, and a new para
dise will be establiahed. The future
of the foothill country will be ren
dered atlll more attractive when
tbe vast network of ditches now
used for hydraulic mining shall be
applied for the purposes of irriga
tion. This extensive water system
now saves tbe rains and snow melt
ings and permits no waste, unless
it be a waste to apply water to hy
draulic mining. But twenty years
of continuous use will exhaust
nearly, if not all, of the auriferous
gravel beds of the foothills and
leave on hand an irrigating system,
perfect and paid for, that will be
amply sufficient to cover tbe entire
foothill region with wealth and
beauty. Bivulets, cascades, lake
lets, domestic fisheries, green
meadows, cool groves, elegant
orchards, rich gardens, cornfields
and waving grain fields will adorn
the entire region with unequaled
aplendor. To these will be added
well-built highways, arched with
trees; embowered homes, churches
and schoolbouses, and wealth,
beauty, health and domesticity will
go baud in band. A close observer
can already ace the germs of this
coming glory. Tbat the highest
efforts of the Imagination can be
surpassed will not be doubted by
those who have seen tbe achieve
ments of steady cultivation In the
foothills of other countries tbat are
not blessed with the fertility of soil
and perfection of climate
that prevails In the foot
bills of the Sierras. This high
cultivation is assured not only by
the luherent advantages of the re
gion referred to, but the growing
and expanding tastes of our peo
ple. Every year adds to the power
of our esthetic tastes, and we will
aoon have a people whose sense of
tbe beautiful will compel them to
unfold In a varied culture. It Is
aald that the future oak can be
traucd In tbe structure of every
acorn—that, therefore, the acorn
contains an absolute prophecy ol
the coming tree, and in tbe same
way the interior structure of out
people, and the Inherent powers
and probabilities of tbe foothill re
gion give absolute assurance ol
this predicted nnfoldment.—Sacra
mento Record' Union.
The Iroa-Hearted Lover.
[Detroit Free Press.|
111 the big crowd of excursionists
sitting on the City Hall steps for a
rest, the other day, were a young
man with excellent length of legs
and a girl with sixteen auburn
ourli banging down around her
head. They bad scarcely settled
themselves and looked fingers
when she cautiously observed:
"I 'spose they have soda water
in this town ?"
"I s'pose," he replied, "but the
last thing afore we started I prom
ised your mother not to let you
drink any soda water. It'a the
worst thing in the world to bring
ou consumption."
She was quiet for a moment and
then, pointing to tbe left remarked:
"I see that Sarah Is eating pea
nuts. I 'spose tbat they have pea
nuts in this town ?"
"Wall, yes; but your mother
cautioned me the laat thing not to
buy any peanuts for you. The
shucks are apt to get Into your
windpipe. The Queen of Holland
was choked to death in tbat way."
Pretty soon a boy came along
with some fruit, and the young
woman felt obliged to say.
"Them apples and pears look aw
ful nice."
"Yes, they do," replied tbe pru
dent lover; "but I promised your
mother at tbe depot not to buy any
fruit for yon. Them apples look
nice, but If you git tbe tooth-ache
started on you, then tbe whole af
ternood ia busted."
The young man had just com
menced to take comfort again,
when she innocently remarked:
"When I oame up here last sum
mer with Jim, he bought more'n
two pounds of candy."
"Yes, and what waa the result?"
he demanded. "You fell down cel
lar that very week, and didn't Jim
have to light out last Winter for
buslln' in tbe scboolhouae door?"
She had got down to water, and,
with considerable sarcasm in her
voice, she iuquired:
"I can have a drink of water,
oan't I? Mother didn't say any
thing against tbat, did she?" ■
"Wall, no, not exactly," he
slowly replied; "bat she gin me an
appealing look as tbe cars moved
off—same as to aay it ought to be
kind o' warmish water, if any!
You sot here and I'll borrow a
dipper somewhere."
She "sot," and it was all of an
hour and a half before he again
sucoeeded in got ting bis arm around
her.
I BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' a MERCHANTS'
;
! UANH
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL BOO.OOP OO
ISAIAH W. HELLMAN President
L. O. OOODWIN Vice-President
JOHN MI I, NEK Secretary
BOARD OP DIRECTORS.
ISAIAS W. HKLLHAN, EtIOKNE MEYER,
0. W. CHILDS, L. C. Ooobwin,
Chart.Ks Docommun, Jose Mascauel,
John s. Griffin, C. E. Thost,
Prank Lkcouvredu.
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Huy and Hall
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
lett as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Bank
Of Los Augeles.
Authorized Capital 300,000
J. E. HO I, I. KN BECK President
E. F. SPENCE C'ashWW
DIRECTORS.
A. H. Wilcox, W. Woodwokth
S. H. Mori, H. Mabdry,
1. LANKKRSUI.U, O. H. WITIIKRBY,
E. F. "fence, J. E. ITot.i.bn betk.
This Bank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open acoount, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank
ing Business.
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current ratea of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIN STREET,
Los Angeles Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. B. BLAUSON President
R. 8. BAKER Vice-President
J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier
DIRECTORS.
J. S. Si.atjson, P. Beat/dry,
V, A. Hoover, Robert S. Baker,
J. Bixby, Oeo. W. Prescott
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Frankfort.
Buy exchange on all parts of the United
States aad Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
MBi FASHION mt
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON A YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses aud Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
hand for the accommodation of the pub
lic. Horses Boarded by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the shortest notloe and upon as reas
onable terms as af any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California. j
luMtf WILSON A YOUNG, Prop's,
;
GRAND BALL!
At Ranchito School House,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF RANCHITO
SCHOOL DISTRICT,
WEDNESDAY, September 25,,
TICKETS, including supper 12 50.
s.'ltd
CIGARS!
II IT CI O KREMEB,
fKOPRIBTOa OP THE
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW BI roDMD AT
NO. S MPBINO ST.,
At the Key West Cigar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kramer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO into cigars of approved
brands. He also deals In all lines ol
Smokers' Articles. Olve him a call,
i mrliu
[ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOOK OUT! LOOK OUT! LOOK OUT!
FOR BARGAINS AT THE
IXL AUCTION CO.,
No. 9 Commercial St., Los Angeles.
Slieritr J. «T- Towney's Orders
tvb 1 -!* 22* _u_?_t__ I w- I *-1 1 tV'.'aT?*—.- 'ii l.'.N
ARE TO SELL THE
BA2STKE,TJPT STOCK
Of Messrs. M. Polk A Co., 96 Grand St., New York, to turn the
STOCK OF $40,000 WORTH
OF
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 _V r V r V U_3 1_ O W PRICES!
YOU Q-jEGT
18,003 yards Best American Print 6c. per yard. 2500 yards White and Colored Piques, Be. per yard.
5,000 dozen Wamsutia Spool Cotton 250. per doz. 6000 yards slightly soiled Duck 12} c. per yard.
8,000 yards Embroideries sc. per yard. Mosquito Net 50. per yard.
556 Straw Huts 25c. each. 5000 pair Lisle Thread Gloves 15e. per pair.
lei.'v Cheviot ttuiii- $4 50 each. Celebrated Beach Collars 12} c. per box.
Maimer Pants $1 75 each. White Dress Shirts 50c. each.
Vliite Pique Vest- 75c. each. Coats and Dusters 60s. each.
.adies' Balmorx 1 Shots $1 per pair. Men's Cougress Gaiters $1 75 per pair.
1 .tidies' Elastio Gaiters $1 per pair. Boys' Congress Gaiters $1 25 per pair.
disses' Morocco Shoes $1 per pair. Men's Calf Boots $2 50 per pair.
Vlisses' Calf Shoes $1 per pair. Men's Striped Socks „ 25c. per pair.
$*_Sr*Now fill thy purse with money, and call at once on the IXL COMPANY,
No. 9 Commercial street.
WHOLESALE DEALERS PLEASE CALL AT NINE A. M.*^fr
ILDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
E3. Wi UOYBS
(as opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
ppoalteihe Court House, and will be
leased to serve his old friends and the
übllc. Particular attention paid to Real
istate sales. Regular sale days for
lorses aud rolling .stock,
VEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
ork, I Intend to make my charges less
Han those of anybody else in the busi
ess, charging on real estate two per
But. for the first JlOOO and one percent,
on all sums above that "mount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES,
WAGONS and all kinds of property, aud
pay casn. ' . , n
r N B. Saturday's sales commence at 11)
A. M . ™a°'°»<>a"'- K tt.W.NOYE3,
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
nv2l
TAILOR.
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
XJ-o. 12 TEMPLE Block. Spring swet,
I> Los Angeles. He has tbe LARGBSI,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILuII
-INO ESTABLISHMENT J|n Southern
California. Hla old customers and Ihe
public will find It the place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOESKINS,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CASSIMERES,
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prln.
clpai gentlemen of the city, lor whom he
has made clothing.
SWNo necessity to send lo San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. doc3o-tf
Rooms and Board.
Gentlemen and their wives and single
gents can be accommodated with board
and flue, large, front rooms, containing
all modern conveniences nnd home com
forts, nt the
KIMBALL MANSION,
New High street, only one block
from the Postofllce and Court Ilouse. and
commands* charming view of mountain
and valley. Jelotl
Evergreen Laundry.
"W .A. S EL I £T Q-
Called 10r and delivered to any part
of the city, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can bo left at the bookstore of
Mr. Sam Hellman. Spring St. ol.iti
«.U B_, Ihrm. Tan If sent
Ta*nt Mask. by mail. InSi unft Prushr* and *™tt
tklnt ta ritaacil &nc\ POLS M A NL'I*AI."TI!HKU of if., -ondrrfui
"UIOSPIN nYßuw'Ol'B." aud Eft oth.r Ag*utt' fast »«*ttOsj
ar lie las. " Fittutaa Chut," *ta. Qjtum-opn mailexi for Itt
. BlPfl* Pnltt.Tf fit S*nJ jvntal sard for full pariieular*. N. 8,~l
hare ailiaaa II Divio ami Ms furnUh proiip"T *»J nrlrvL
waa lad bl agrnta or u-Ji."unien, of Anirrltfrn ur I orrig-n make.
l>. O. UlU4>f MauufMlum. ,l<2 Waihluaioo Ut. LLkwu
FOR SALE.
RARE CHANCE FOR A
BARGAIN.
70 Acers in the Azusa-Duarte
Water Rights Perfect and
Title Good.
-
FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR
RAL ON PREMISES.
eSS-FIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS,
five years' growth. Also, variety of Fruit
Trees between the walnuts.
TERMS MODERATE. Apply person
ally or by letter to
A. J. HORN.
mr2tf Postmaster at El Monte.
FRENCH DRUG STORE)
V. CHEVALIER'S
DK/Tia STORE
Has been removed from SIONORET'3
BLOCK to
Cardoiia Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PATENT MEDICINES.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aaT-Prescrlptlona prepared with great
care. dstf
Rubottom Ranch for Sale.
This valuable property, containing
EIGHTY-SIX ACRES, one of the most
eligible to investors In Southern Califor
nia,ls tor sale. Good title and abund
ance of water. It Is in the heart of the
beautiful and productive Han Jose Val
ley, thirty miles from Los Angeles.
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures,
ALSO, FOR SALE.
A RARE BARGAIN is presented. 11l
health, and a desire to give my wife a
change of scene and air, are the motives
which Induce me to sell.
Address, for terms,
mrtOlf W. W. RUBOTTOM, Spadra.
TO LEASE.
"ElMolino Farm."
For business and educational reasons,
desiring to remove Into Los Augeles. I
will lease
"ELMOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and out-bull dings
horse*, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural implements, etc., for tbe terra ot
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The fm in eonslt'H of 204 acres, on which
are4o.ooo Krupe vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, TOO English walnut trees, 600 lemon
aud lime> trees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almond, flg, apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees', bauanas,
etc.; twoor three acres r-f aitalfa, nfty
acres vacaut untitle land, and
THE WHOLE Tit ACT ABUNDANTLY
WATERED.
Ar i lie-bed to the residence is a spacious
bail.-room, supplying hot, oolu and
shower baths. There is also a BILLIARD
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm U most eligibly situated lv
the FitUIT BELT of the
San Cabriel Mission Valley
About eight mllca east or Los Aogeles
cliy. aud near the Kailroad Station ol
Mau Uabriel Mission. 11' not leased,
I WILL HEIX THE ENTIRE
PROPERTY
On advantageous terms, to-wlt: One
third caah, t he balance In one, two, three
and four years, at 10 percent. Interest per
annum interest, payable semi-annually.
E. J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10 A 11 Strelltz Building, Spring St.
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2ltf
W. M. WILLIAMS. F. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
Commission Merchants.
WAREHOUSE—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 ou grain stored with us at ONE
PER CENT, per month. a9tf
J. F. REDDING
Will devole his attention to th.
slnkklng or
Wells, Cesspools, Vaults, etc.
•ar Also. WHITEWASHING. HOUSE
CLEANING and GENERAL JlillUl.MG
WORK.
Orders may be lettat this olllee or with
Jesse Butler, Main a, re. t.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
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VITAL RESTOfIATtVB I I
r J„f.* reat EnellBh remedy forWrnu— ft
iK inhiy, spermatorrhea aad rr*_HMar* I __
Decline of Physical Force. ;
The Vital Reateratlv* Lfl
Will positively cure, thoroagbly *_* SI
acute or of long standing*, ana iBmSSr -
ducedf 0 mau * r from wunt «aa*s» are. ! H
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific pi—llllalluß. I*
uot a quack nostrum, heae* narwotlj %__
sate to take; is pleasant to tb* taate, _H
supplies to tbe ccrabro-splnal and *.*»■
pathetic system of nerves new fore*. 9J
Purifies and Knrioriee fl
The blood. rejuvenating and relnvlgorat- fl flj
Ing both mind and body. Thnn**ad«. ImH
both In thla country and la Enron*, ana .'1
teatlfy tn the great restoratlv* propertla* ' jMM
of this really great msdloine. CMS
Price, S3 per bottle, or foor tines tbe i '■_
quantity lor tlo. Sent to any addr*** c*- J
cure irom observation. ___
Address all letters to fl_
A. E. MIX TIE, M. D., ■
(Graduate or ihe University of Pennsyl- M
van la and late Resident Surgeon touts AM
Orilmpredio Hospital of Philaa.l- Mm
St.,SanFranel»*o, |fl
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Sundays, 10 a. m. to Ip. at. C'otiaaltattoa Ja_
FREE. Thorough elimination and ad
vice, 85. Full directions and adrteaire* ___
with every package of medlelae. tvUtl *___
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FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES fl
This Dryer, patented August 7Ih,UT7, ,|_
avoids many ot.lections touad in otkiw MSI
dryers, it Is rapid In Its work,rerf ccc- -M
nomlcal, dries different artlele* at Use - _BJ
same time, will not damage frntt sty Mkg_
overheating and ladles unassisted eaa m
manage it. Has always given fISJ
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CONFECTIONEHY. fl
MRS. SIMPSON announce! to her lfl
triends and the public (hat aba baa *lmm
opened a alor. at OLD SANTA MoKMA '3_
CANON, where she will keep a fall rop- 'MM
ply of Bread, cake.. Confeotlaaary. S JM
hresh Krults, Nuts and Groceries at Lo* * •___
Angeles prices.
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NEW YORK BREWERY 1
PHIL. LAUTW Jfl
(Successor to Chris. H.nn.) riii|Ml*saa 5
The CLEAREST, PUREST sad
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