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AtIORNEY AND COUNSBO
LOR AT LAW.
nOOMtTn. 1 BTRELITZ BLOCK.
JiJm C. MORGAN,
A PTOBMKY AT L.A.W.
miTir SANTA MONICA.
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Unwind. Brosseau & Howard,
. rTORSET* AND COUNSF.LLORS
\ \TL\W. Roan>,at,s7andHTem
c- lllock, third Boor, Los Augeies.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
. I TORNEYATLAW
'iFFI'l* —ft oms 8 anil 9 Downey
do-It. ' 'aBl-t.f
S. C. HUBBELL,
a rTOKHEY AT LAW. Rooms 3 and 4
'\ liiteumioun s Block, corner Main A
i aomerclal Btreets, Los Angeles. niay7-tl
. TI.AHMKI.I.. O.H.SMITH
, • CHAPMAN. H. «• SMITH
I '.ASSELL. CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
HORNBY'S AT LAW.
I.I i:, i rKMPLK BLOCK ap-stall*, Loa
i •..ci.s, I'iillfornia. ocU-tf—t
F. P. Ramirez,
A Vf< XtNE V AT I. A \V.
i.KFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, Los
aiiko es. ma-lm
W. H. H, Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
pirltooms 2 and 3, Allen's Building,
corner Of Spring aud Temple Sts. ii 1811
Dr. Xii kpatrick.
. nice and Res'dence—No. 15 Kit AN KLIN
Or. M. P. RICHARDSON,
• 'liyatlolfAß «>u«l furgcoc
it .Icnce, Fori Hill, I Office, No. 10 Dow -
Uteris V'sta street. I neyßlock.npstalrs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
1 . uUNTY PHYSICIAN
. 1..UJ1594 11, I.ANFRANCO BLOCK.
, i Ucsldenco Downey Avenue. East
i. - v njteles, near the end of street rails
tilth-* iiours from M to 12 a. if.; from 1 to
if. «. apautf
Dr. Josoph Kurtz
lias iemovcd bis office lo No, 82 MAIN
KTHEKV, over Dotler 4 Bradley's Furnl
olfice Honrs—From 10 to 12, 4 100 nnd 8
lo 9. Resldeuco—Buena Vista street.
J. Bochtinger, M. D.,
ISIIYSICI AN TO THE ITALI AN IN-
L dependent and French M.B.Socie
nes. Ocullslol Ibe French Flospltal in
sao Frantnson. Alt obronlo obillnato
cases and operations on the eyes attend
OFFICE — No, 7l>l Sacramento street,
,-orneror Kearuy. Residrtic.—«E. cor*
asr Mason and Paellto streets, flan Krau
,u. 00. ooSly
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
CIIIN Ifias*B DOCTOR.
OFFICE—Corner Los Augeies and Ar
soy-Cures all kinds or diseases,
office hours mm 9 to 12 a. ai. and from
2 to o an i 7 to 9 P. M. ap3utf
■ --'in and Electric Baths,
HtET'S BUILDING, opposite
(IHKH, In returning thanks to
. Uo for their liberal patronage,
j nonrldence rcoomiuend his
i HMt pukifier, Mi4B%n«ii>
. ho human body, enabling the
in throw oil" Its Impurities aud
x\ i 'ih lungs one-six lb more Inspt
ot air than can bdootalnet by
as, hy opening the pores of tbe
i giving full play to the InseiiNl
ftatlotisn necessary to physical
i-'inale constantly on band to
1 a* Vies.
fron 8 A. H. to 7 p. m. s2Btf
tana Meat Market.
I NJ3KR* FRANK, ffMßt
» bear andteuderost MeataJMPtJ^
irket. None but the sMSsasm
mast Beef and Mutton
be found. Not* the address—Hon
loat Market, Salu Street, near
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Daily Los Angeles Herald.
PHM.enlf.rs IJoIHK etuiim.
Mm aye, Sept. 22.—J E Allen, J
W Bieeketiridge, R Cunningham
and wife, A 0 Hoffman, Mrs 0 W
Kinsman, Frank Mini ha, J
A bra me, C W Wiggins, L Wolf
skin, LJ Rose, Mrs 8 F Chase and
family, L Cullaghan, J Curr, J
Burke, Josie Malloiqiiez, Miss
Hughes, Miss Kelso, B B McPher
son, J W Thurman, J M Wright,
A Jones, 8 8 Goodfellow, A Pou
lam, A D jenners.
Mojave Sept. 23.—Mrs 1 Van
Fleet and three children, F M
Searuowski, Mr Dorrington, Miss
Clover, Col Van Smidt, D C Hay
ward and wife, H H Mocklo, J
Carlton, Mrs Curaniings and four
children, Mrs Leva, S J Games.
A.iotber Plum » r U«»>.e.
San Francisco, Sept. 23.—Leon
ard W. Newell, 55 years of age, a
native of New Hampshire, died In
the City IlecelvliiK Hospital at 0
o'clock yesterday evening from the
rffcOts of excessive drinking De
ceased was one of the original
members of the San Francisco
Slock Exchange Board ami Vir
ginia City Stock Board.
San Francisco, Sept. 23—A
Ho so City (Idaho) dispell Ii slates
Dial the Democratic Territorial
Convention nominated George
Ainsler, of Idaho City, as the Dele
gate to Congress.
Colonel Green's command has
returned from Camas Prairie aud
Ihe Lemhi country. It is said that
a few scattered parties of In
dians arc all that escaped the
Tn.'.Otl.l r>ii..w.' HhhS SuMi»*,«ita.
Sacramento, Sept. 22.—The Odd
Fel owt,' Bank of this city has re
solved to wind up Its business aud
has made an assignment. The as
sets of the bunk, It is believed, will
stcure uud pay all depositors, and
stockholders aru responsible aud
able lo pay any deficit thut may
N:»n I niiii'M'.i NnrkHN.
Han Francisco, Sept. 23—Flour
—Dull and easy; extra, $s@s}.
Wheat—Dull and easy; m IIIDK,
$1 G7J@l 70; shipping, $1 62J@1 G7J.
Harley—quiet; const feed, 87Ju@$I;
Chevallier, $1 05@1 10; brewing,
$1 15©l 25. Oats — Unchanged.
Corn—Dull; sales white, $1 15.
Rye—lnnoliveaud normal; higher
slock; $7jfe,B; sales, stable, $lUJ©
10.J; Volunteer fair, $12}. Potatoes—
Unchanged. Wool—Dull and un
I • «• l»< l ..nuK Lluel *!**)*•
Plaoehvillk, Cala., Sept. 23.—
The Young libel case was called
again this morning iv the County
Court, Judge Irwin presiding;. M.
H. DeYoutig, one of the defendants,
was present In Court; also Con
gressman Page, one of the prose
cuting witnesses. Senator Sargent
will arrive by tbe neon stage. The
prosecution was represented by
District Attorney Ingham, O. Q.
Blanchard and Q. j. Carpeuter.
The defendants' counsel wus Judge
Campbell. District Attorney Ing
ham announced Ihat the prosecu
tion was ready lo proceed. Judge
('annuel!, in response, said to tbe
Court that defendants were not
ready. Tlie defense expected to re
ceive returns by stage from tbe
Sheriff of Ban Francisco with re-
Bard to the service of subpuiuas,
but there were some other witness
es it was absolutely impossible to
reach in time, one nf whom is sick.
At the request of defense tbe Court
ordered a recess till 2 o'clock.
neasiraeitve *s msajs in iin» Wrst
New York, Sept. £3—Tbe re
cent storms in tlie West Indies, ac
cording to a letter received, did Im
mense damage. At Port au Prinoe
the Oovemment works wero en
tirely destroyed. At Jacmel tho
high sea broke up and destroyed all
the small vessels at anchor and the
warehouses ou the shore, while the
goods ou the wharves were washed
away, including 500,000 pounds of
logwood belonging to various
owners. Ou tlie other side of the
town (lie use In the river swept
away several houses. A hurricane
also deal toyed the entire coffee and
cocoa crop. Five vessels riding at
unchor were driven ushore. At
All ('men in less than three
lmuis 434 houses were destroyed;
also a powder magazine, court
house anil oilier public buildings.
A large number of persons were
killed anil wounded. AtAquienlß6
bouses were swept away, and, iv
Cavoillon only four lmuses remain.
Many lives are reported lost. Tbe sea
rushed over the town of St. Louis
and swept nearly everything away,
carrying men, women and children
in its course. La Grandeanse
was nenrly swept out of existence,
ami at Jeremie only 20 bouses re
main. Several Vessels were driven
ashore at ( avail, and forty bouses
were demolished. In tbe country
districts the hurricane destroyed
nearly every plantation. At
Trinidad ships, steamers, lighters,
and other craft were swept ashore.
Tlir auumeru Neniirn.v
Memphis, Sept. 23.—The fever
hag made ith appearance among
the children at the Leath Orphan
A avium, situated about one nille
north o( this city. Of the foity
Inmates seven have been taken
New Orleans, Sept. 28 — The
Howard Association reports to-day
a total of 374 cases; the Young
Men's Christian Association, 47
Nashville, Sept. 23.—Dr.
Thomas O. Summers returned last
night Irom Memphis. He says tli3
fever ie leaving tho city aud spread
lug out into the country.
Nashville, Sept. 53.—A special
lo Ihe American from Alliens, Ala.,
says that last night about 11 o'olock
a crowd of men of about one hun
■>—■* '"'to into town and, fore
jailor to deliver the
c jail, took therefrom
: Bride, the negro who
. white man near Athene
LOS ANGELES, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 24. 1878.
on the night of the Till. "The orowd
hung the culprit to a tree on the
spot where the murder was com
mitted. No fears nf lynching had
been entertained by Ihe authorities,
aud the matter was conducted so
quietly that but few citizens knew
that ihe man had been lemoved
ftom Die Jail till (hia morning.
wmm WeSHtHsrta Memphis'.
Memphis, Sept. 28 —The weath
er has turned warm again, which
is favorable to the spreading of the
«liir«i I-..11(10,1 Troubles Snuili.
New Orleans, Sept. 23.—A
special to the Democrat from Cou
sliatla says that yesterday the
Democratic Convention at Natch
itoches nominated candidates. The
assembled negroes under tbe lead
ership of Blunt, Breda aud others
came in force, making incendiary
speeches, threatening the Conven
tion and causing its adjournment,
which created considerable excite
ment. Armed bodies of negroes
nocked into the town. Blunt was
arrested nnd a dispatch lias been
received from Natchitoches calling
for assistance Coti-hatta respond
ed promptly. The country is
armed, At this nioniei«t firing has
commenced on pickets and one
negro is reported killed.
A HsV ol Hllmlilnllt... nuil I'rsjir,
Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 23.—
Governor Houston has issued a
proclamation making October 3 I a
day nf humiliation aud prayer to
Go,I that tlie pestileuoe may abate
in the infested localities, and that
other States be spared.
a. Rrlllsli Mi.slim 11,11 d.
Calcutta, Sept. 23.—An officer
of tile Ameer of Afghanistan at
Alemusjid refused to allow the
British Mission to Cabul to go
through the Khyber Pass, aud
crowned the heights which com
mand the Pass with his followers.
After a three hours' interview with
the officer, lv which he was warned
that his act would be regarded as
the act of the Ameer himself, Ma
jor Cavaznard, commanding tbe
advanced escort of the Mission, re
turned to Jain rood, and the Mission
has withdrawn to Peshawuo.
Nuwtilua lo lie Mads Cnrtllunls.
Rome, Sept. 23.—At the Consis
tory, to be held ou the anniversary
nf tbe election of the present Pope,
the Nuncios at Paris, Madrid and
Lisbon will be created Cardinals.
tleueral Tailelbea Ml Ailrlnnuple,
St. Petersburg, Sept. 23.—'
General Todelbeu telegraphs tbe
Czar that he waa received at Adri
auople by Mussulman, Oreek, Bul
garian, Armenian and Jewish cler
gy, who requested to express their
gratitude fur the protection the au
thorities had afforded them. They
stated that such order and justice
had uever before prevailed as dur
ing Hie occupation by Russian
troops. Adrlanople was Illumi
nated on the arrival and departure
of Qeueral Todelbeu, aud the gates
of the Mosque bore the Czar's ini
A PeiUMUII on llie I't.r le In Pruapevt.
Constantinople, Sept. 23.—
Russia has proposed to the Powers
to make a collective demand upon
the Porte for tbe immediate sur
render of tlie territory ceded to
Montenegro hy the Berlin treaty.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & 6IBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 aud 14, McDonald Blook,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
W. 11. J. BROOK*). .IKOB.IKJ. OJ.AKKK.
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Record* and
Examiners of Titles.
••-ALLEN'S BU 11)1 NO, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
J. A. Oabxy. Thus. A. Faoan.
HEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Ranchne. Hou*es. (x»ts and Other Prop
erty Bought aud Sold ou Commlsilon,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. FAOAN la also an Altorney-at-Law.
GRAHAM & CO.,
THEATRICAL MANAGERS' BILL
POSTERS, DISTRIBUTERS, GEN
ERAL ADVERTISERS AND
Owners of all BILL BOARDS through
out, tlie city. Prompt and reliable at
tention given to all orders.
Oinee-No. 8 MARKET STREET, neat
to Wells, Fargo A Co.'s, Los Angeles.
P. O. Box 81. SIS
For Santa Monica.
A COVERED CARRIAGE! IS NOW*
RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN
Lot Angeles « Santa Monica,
hotel, at 7 each mowing.
FARE, FIFTY CENTS.
ftaTO.ders can be left at tbe American
Bit Eery. aS-lf
View of Marriage!
|RJBfPKaEEVMI &O ' il <' o,t > WedlTolj
(TT/aB ▼ fr.W llt'iiiftiJuiiiial TrfatlM on iSf
■ii *a Ui,l W 1-lutie* ot mtrrttwß sad th*
unSlWr It iKoae.
creti of BfrprodtitttlDn in>
f^_f^fc^__^a-da-B _» - _ -¥ —11..- Of WetD«R
rT¥W7TTTerTTTj A book for private, roritid.
reading. »P»g«, l^K
Abuae. EioeiiM, or Bwcret wuli Dae dm*
iii.,iiijofi'.rt, Tjt largei psjjfe. price t>o cti. *
A CLI NltfAL IdtATrtTsS on the above dlwaves und
IhriM ot th« Throat and Ltinc** Catarrh..Hu pt ure, th*
Op■ urn Hnhlt.ac, prlea X)eta.
F.i'h**r book ncnl pent paid on nottpt oi price; or al I threa,
boiiiaininK Mil pajfa, bejautUl.il? trta-tntcd, tor 75 m.
AOOi-mi DA. SUTTSt No. MM. Mage. Bt. Louis. Mt>
FARMERS' <* MERGHANTS'
Of Loa Angelas.
CAPITAL 600,000 CO
ISA lAS W. HKLLMAN President
L. C. (fOODWIN.,.-, Vloe-Presldenl
JOHN MILNER „ Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isaias W. Hkllmax, Ecoxne Meyer,
0. W. CuiLoa. L. C. Ooodwim,
CBArtLSS DCCOHMUn, JOSS MASCAHIL,
John s. Chikkin, C. E. Thos,
Exchange for sale oa
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Hur and Hull
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
le tas Term Deposits, interest will be al
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital 300,000
J. E. HOLLENBECK ....President
E. F. SPENOE - ...Cashier
A. H. Wilcox, W. Wooihpobth,
S. H. Mo-rr. H. MabtTlt.
1. L ANKKasH i m , O. 8. WrTHKaBT,
E. F.BPXNCK, J. K. HOLLEBBECK,
This Bank ut prepared to receive de
posits on open acsount, Issue certificates
nf Deposit, and transact a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current rates of exchange.
LOS AN6ELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Angeles _ Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. SLAUSON President
It. Sj. BAKER Vice-President
J.M. ELLIOTT _ Cashier
J. S. SLAUSON, P. BEAODRT,
V. A. Hoover, Robert S. Baker,
J. Bixby, Geo. W. Pkescott
A. W, Bowman .
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Buy aud sell exchange on San Francisco,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Bay exchange en all parts of the United
States aod Europe.
Receive money oa open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exohange business.
JS FASHION S
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON a YOUNC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages. Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
hand for the accommodation of the nub
ile. Horses Boarded by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public oooasions
at the shortest notloe and upon as reas
onable terras as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California,
laMtf WILSON A YOUNG, Prop's.
At Ranchito School House,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF RANCHITO
WEDNESDAY, September 25.
TICKETS, including supper »2 GO.
PROPBIBTOB or TBI
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAM NOW BB FOUND AT
IXO. B SUPRINGr
At ths Key Wast Cigar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kramer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO into dears of approved
brands. He also deals In all lines ol
Smokers' Articles. Olve htm a call.
mrll tf __
J. F. RIDDING
Will devote his attention to the
Wells, Cesspools,Taults, etc.
ear Also. WHITEWASHING. HOTJSE
CLEAN ING and GENERAL JOBBING
Orders may be left at this offloe or with
Jesse Butler, Main street.
' HORTICULTURAL PiVV
Now being erected by tbe SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTI
Loa Angeles City, 1400 feet from the junction of Spriug and ii
considered the center of business.
I (The Pavilion lot has a frontage of 200 feet on Temple street and extends back to Sand street, a depth ot 310 feet, j _
out lapreseuls tb* Temple street irnnt. Tbs Sand street front is reached by easy grade, with no stairs. The i'aviion «ons,..
of a main hall, two Start** high, with a It-outage oi 76 feet, by a depth of 131 feet, with au annex 38x60 leet In the rear, to be
devoted lo tbe purposes of a stage, aud annexes on each side islxoO feet, t»j s orles lv height, one to be devoted to the pur
poses of a Maohlsery Hall and the other to an Art uahery. In tne angles, In iront ol these annexes, one-story apartments
will be constructed .uiHi feet each, which will be 112x76 leet, and, with the extensive galleries, will bave ,a seating capacity of
4000. Tbe Pavilion complete presents a frontage oi 176 leet by a depth of 111. The main central ball Is now being built, and
the wings will be added as soon as tne finances ol the .-society will permit. The Directors Intend lo build only so Tar as they
can pay, and are firmly resolved to Incur no indebtedness.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION.
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878.
All Premiums will be paid In coin except when otherwise specified. Liberal Premiums aro being offered In the following
departments: Flrst-Agilcultural Implements, Vehicles, etc. Second-Textile Fabrics and materials Irom which they are
made. Third—Mechanical Products, Musical Instruments, etc Fourth-Agricultural Products, Flowers, etc. Filth—Fruits,
Fruit Trees. Raisins, Wines and Brandies, sixth—Fine Arts. „ , , - .-. „,
LOCAL DEPARTMENTS.—In order >o give each locality exhibiting products at the Fair ample credit for their productions,
each lown, neighborhood or school district upplylng for space will bo allowed a department of Its own, which will be properly
designated, aud will be as laige as Is consistent with the capaolly of the Hall and the applications for space.
This Is th* largest Hall south of San Francisco In this State, and the prospeols are good that the approaohlug Fair will be
th* largest ever held In Southern California. The Central PaolOo Ra.lroad Company will transport all articles exhibited at
the Kalrover their respective routes FREE OF CHARGE. Freight being paid on them to the Fair will be returned upon re
shipmsnt by tbe same owner and exhibition of certificate of Secretary that the same has been exhibited. Wells, Fargo *
Co.'s Express Co. will oarry free ofchargo all articles sent to the Fair for exhibition not exceeding ten pounds In weight. Ar
rangements are being made with the Steamship Company to carry freight and pass- agers at the usual reductions, particulars
of which will ks published as soon as definite arrangements are completed. ~,
EXCURSION TRAINS are being organized on all Ihe roads centering at Los Angel e». These trains will carry passengers to
and from Los Angeles at less than half the regular rates, and ample time will bo given exclusion lets to vlßlt lhe Fair and ex
amine the city and county. The excursion train from tbe north will start from Sau Francisco. Particulars In regard ,to the
running of these trains will be made public at an early day. .. „ ... , ...
The Society will hay& In its Pavilion this year more space than any Fair ever belorn held In Southern California, and yet Ibe
applications for space are so muoh greater than ever before that those desiring lo exhibit should lose no time In mating ap
plications forspaoe to the superintendent. Towns and neighborhoods should taKe s eps at once Insecure a creditable repre
sentation or their respective localities. No charge is made for spaces or entries. Each exhibitor must hold, howevor, a Sea
son Ticket, which will cost throe dollars. Premium List and Rules snd Regulations sent tree on application to the Secretary.
The Pavilion will be completed In time for holding of Fair at the day adverlned. „
L. M. HOLT, Secretary. J. DeBARTH SHORB, President.
sOtd M. H. KIMBALL, Superintendent.
Lots for Sale!
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
Offers the best opportunity tor delightful
home steeds of any that has ever been ot
tered for sale to the public.
THK WHOLE TKACT IS LEVEL.
Only sufflcleoty Inclined torgood drainage
THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT.
And of such cuarac that It never cakes
and la neither muddy lv Winter nor dusty
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Is oompleted and running through the en.
tire land audi now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, n en
Ing Into tbe Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT OK THE LOS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD «S
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
This Is really the West End of our beau
tiful elty, with the benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uneontamlnated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at the elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now e.ected and
In courss of erection must satisfy any per-
Jan desiring a home that IMs Is tlie place.
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At ths offloe of lbs Farmers' A M
Also, at the ofnee of the Main Sirs
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W. OHILDS and JOHN G. DOWNEY
will give •pedal attention to those seek
ing information seplMtf
Has been found a remedy for INDIGES
TION, DYSPEPSIA and NER
It Is sovereign iv its efUcacy lor
Medicinal & Family Purposes.
The IMcdicul Faculty concur In tbe
Judgment tbut It Is
A PURE STIMULANT AND TONIC
AND THE CONQUEROR OF
Noue genuine unleftx 1M uled with tbe ,
signature of O. SIMMON Da, kW« Pro
prietor, over tbe cork.
PREUSS & SCHUMACHER, I
SOLE AGENTS FOB. LOS ANGELES
CITY AND COUNTY.
Who will supply the trndo at the same
Erne nnd ten.is that the goods can be
ad from the proprietor, in Kan Kran
, FANCY GOODS,
Can be found In —
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
W. M. WILLIAMS. F. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
WAREHOUSE-Sau Pedro «t. depot.
OFFICE—Nos. 1 and », Downey Block,
wltb Thompson A Ellis.
N. B.—We are prepared to make liber
al loans on grain stored witli us at ONE
PER CENT, per month. autr
FIRST CLASS WHEAT LANDS
Apply to MACLAY A MOFFITT, San
F ando, JUDGE WIDNEY, or COL.
E.;B. HEWITT, Los Angeles. «3-2 m
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Has opened oat at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and tbe
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses aud rolllug stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
Ah I have no part ners and do my own
work, I intend to make my charges less
than those of anybody else in tbe busi
ness charging on real estate iwo per
cent, for the first $1000 undone percent,
on all sums above that nmount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES,
WAGONS und all kinds of property, aud
N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
A. M. and close at 4 r. k.
E. W. NOYES,
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITY.
EL". Br. BROWN,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Two doors east of old stand, on Court .St.,
Souh of Court House.
aar-Reffuiar S tics on Saturdays, from 9
A. M. till 4P. M. Special Bales made nt
any time or ptauj. Cash paid for all
kinds ol goods.
11,'terence, by permission: R. E. Hyde,
President Buna of Visalla; E. F. Spence,
Cashier Coin nierclal Bank, L. A.
Btttf H. R. BROWN, Auctioneer.
j. a. JACKSON
Corneralsmsdaand Firil Struts.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
MAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
J, M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
Perry, Wood worth & Co.'s
—AN O —
Mo. ■• Casausaasretukl strew*, nasnr
■■tlraasl rmft. mrtO-tf
A- A ■«*••• < ***** 8
of this Ixidge are bald o* lis■
first MONDa V ofeaeb maul, at Wf
„ 7:30 p. a. Members of iVoiai" *S
I'ha, No. 203, and .11 Master MM
good standing are corllslly Invited
by ordeAif the W:M:- Its
Chas. Smith, Stcretarr.
Lv Angeles Chapter Ne. j*j
t Stated eon vocations cms el' %
Musua* of —° mmmm
r. m. at MasoaloXai:
vlted. By orderSf*
8. cnr.u. r
Let Angelei Cornell Ne. 11, Rerai mmt * :
*•••* "eiter., f.mk, CT *(
Holds its slated assemblies oa tbe eui '
Monday of eacn month at MeeetttemasU tti
at 7:30 r. m Sojourning OotnMalnafa,
■"»! standing are fratoraalir laaeala £
attend. Bj ord?r o™ Wll■. ' •
K. Q. CUNNINGHAMS
TEMPLAft ' :
De liceCt-Tsaeari We
i..™ ol ?* "i * tated eonolaTee at tbe Aat
lum In Masonic Hall on tiia <rSriL •«££
I'HURSDAY ol ea. 1, monm" at 7K c 4302 .3
r. m. Sojourning Knights TerfirTlar l» } fi
* ,' "landing are cord:* ly |, v Ts5 tj Jw J
tend. By order of the ■**
J. C. LITTLkrikLP, Recorder. °-*"'"
1.0. Attsrelea IHseJa. aa, J. ea, eAvJ
:s< *lstfc w X \
--h week at 7S o-mosJfc "jr
-•iLren in moot ii
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feato MtlndV »i|
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§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No. 39, '
meeta every i'hursuay •vculnx.al
7 o'clock, at tbe Castle -UaaT..
Ihiwnev Block. All sojourning Knlsmts
in good standing are cordially Invitee.
r„ ™ I. A. DUNSMOOR, C^C.
c. E. Miles, K. of R. a
Confidence Engine Company No. 2. ,
« REGULAR MEETINGS erf ll
jit r,Mt n^»ija^^
o'c?oc°k. Ty h ord.?, nt,,> *"
— 1». s . MOORE, Usui stem
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The great English remedy for Nerroo. >'
Debllny, Spermatorrhea and Premature *
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The Vital Restorative*
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
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acute or of long standing, and In either "~
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The Vital Restorative
s a thoroughly scientific prescription, Is
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supplies to the cerebrospinal and sym
mthetic system of nerves new force, -jw
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The blood, rejuvenating and reinvlaeral* '
ng both mind and body. Thousands
•oth in this country and In Europe, ea»
estlfv to the great restorative properties
if this really great medicine.
Price, $8 per bottle, or four times the-"
luautity lor 810. Hentlo any address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
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Graduate of the Unlvcrslly of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon te tba
Ormoposdlc Hospital of Phlledol-
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P. B.—DR. MINTIK can be co nan I ted
in reference to tbe a >'ovecomplaints dur- >
ng Qftice hours from S a. m. to 8 P. at.
lallr.aud from 6 to 8 In the evening-,
"1° 1 p - «• Coosuliatlea
.i T & 0, ,'?H Bl1 examination aud sd
itee, »5. Full directions and advlee tree
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HARRIS DRYERS. "
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August 71b. 1877,
avoids many oi lection* found in other
dryers. It la rapid in u> work, very eco
nomical, dries illUeii iit articles nl lbs
same time, »-i|| j,.,i nainage Irmt l.y
overheating end ladles uua.slsteU cad
manage It. Has alway a given
FROM 876 TO SOOO,
For circulars er information, address
GEO. H. PECK, Agent,
tl Monte, Cel.
1878. HEW YORK. 1871'
As the time approaches for the renewal »l
subacriptiuus. the Son woe Id Ttmlal He
friends and well-wishers everywhere, that It
Issssin a cauuidat* lor their coasl*eiaMea
sod support. Upon Its record for tbe lea*
ten years It relies for a oontlnuanee of tbe
hearty sympathy and generous mi anei eilaa -
which has hitherto beea extended to It trots
every quarter of tbe Union.
The daily Bun in a four pegs ahsst of West- j
unins, price by nisll, post pal*. SS oeats a
mouth, or BS.so per year.
The Sunday edition of the Inn Is ea itses 2
page sheet of 66 columns. While gtTtnaMa* *
news ot the day, It also contains a wsje ,
amount ot literary and inlscellsneons mafSjar
sreoisllv prepared for it Tbe assMlea; Sere *l
has met with greet success. Post paid ttJat
Tbo Weekly Bun.
Who does not know the weekly Bsua I tttxt
circulates throughout the United StatSM, aafaas!
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dies greet lv wrirorao pages weakly, sad 5!
regard itln ihe light of rilde, rnoasslloV sM *
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est newspaper published. Far ekshs eTtwQfßll
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