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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
I HE HKBAI.D Btbak Pbwtiwo
odsb mattes ft specialty of Legal ,
Tinting. Briefs, Transcripts, etci
luted at low ratee.
Heinseman * Elite are reoeivtog
cry week fresh supplies of drug-, i
3d obeailoals. Their prescription
Etartment II to tbe baoda of
llful pharmaolste, and no drug
rohemleal la used unless 4t be
e«h and pure. ,
Just reoeived from the msnufao
irers tbe lamest a«eortroeut of
usees and eboulder-breoes ever
toelved by aDy bouse lo Southern
lalifornla. We sell tbem at East
tn prioes.
0 the Farmers ot Loe Angeles
l' County;
1 am prepared to furnish oasb ad
■auoes on grain stored at my bouse
t the rate of Ti per oeut. per an
um for any and all amounts of
1(100 or more. B. Natjd.
lmJe-11.
Tbe Central Pbarmaoy is tbe
nly drug store connected with tbe
elepbone system. Karullle* aud
byelclaos wishing anything In our
Ine oan order through telephone,
.nd will be Immediately attended
o.
Eastern oysters every style;
ot and cold lunches aud all tbe
sltoaolosof tbe season aerved od
be shortest notloe at Congress
lall, oorner of Main and Requena
feats. loe oold Boca beer, tbe best
in tbe Coast, always on baud, as
r«U as a full supply of lbe best
reads of liquors, wines and el
are. Entrance to ladles' rooms on
tequena ntreet. Open day aud
light.
■* "' " " »ian i .
Mr. F. Adam, the pioneer tailor
if Los Angeles, No. 18 Spring
treet, Informs bis patrons aud tbe
aubllo generally that be baa just
reoeived a large assortment of tbe •
latest stylee of spring and summer
nods, wbiob for elegaooe and va
riety of pattern oanuot be sur
passed. A oordlal Invitation is ex
tended to all to oall aod examine
ris stock. m2-lm
/f. Llndqulst, merchant tailor,
No. 20 Spring street, la blmself a
practical cutter; and, baviug bad
ample experienoe ln San Franolsoo
and Los Angeles, knows bow to
meet tbe requirements of hie cue
comers. He keeps a fall supply of
the best Cloths constantly on baud
and makes them up "upon honor."
Clothes cleaned or dyed, tbeb
Intended and pressed and warranted
Ho look like new, at No. 8 Aliso
'street. ____________
i A number of desirable rooms to
let «t No. 7 Third street. Tbe loca
tion Is aooessible and desirable
I rom every standpoint. The neigh
borhood la good and tbe bouse Is
barely five minutes' walk from the
Oonrt House.
' Tba oolorlst does dyeing and
Laboring at No. 8 Aliso street.
[ "* To Whom it May Concern.
Please take notloe: Any person
' having pledges or collaterals at tbe
tgtar Loan and Broker Offloe, No. 4
Commercial street, will please re
deem the same or pay accrued In
' btreet thereon within thirty days
from this date or they will be sold.
P, S. —Money loaned on all blode
lef personal property. mrtOtf
Hughes's Russian Batbs. Lo
cated No. IS Main street, opposite
tbe Pioo House. Gentlemen and
ladtaa attended to by persons of
tbslr own asx.
Bee tbe Conoolodor In his won
derful transmutation of colors at
tbs dyeing and scouring establish
' mens, No. 8 Aliso street.
Preuss A Pironi, pharmaoists,
1 bave tbe facilities for nigbt orders,
as their drag store is tbe only one
qonneeted with tbe telephone sys
tem.
Pleasant rooms witb board, 208
Bprlng etreet. apl8:lm
Champion Corral.
Haying purchased ths above well
known .table., oa the
Co taw of alia* aad AlaaMda Struts,
Hy friend, and the publio ara notified
that I am prepared to board horses,
Bales aod other animals hy tba day,
weak or month on tbe most reasonable
terms,
esroADDLS HORSES and BUOGIE*
tar hire. My eld frleuds and customers
are requested to give me a oall.
laSi-lan JOHN aoHWEIDER.
jj
sjrV
m$M
OFFICE OF THB SOUTHERN PA-1
OJtFIO RAILROAD COMPANY. I
gea Franolsoo, June Ulb, ISO. 1
The Annual Meeting of the Siookhoiu
srs of the sbovi-named Company, fur
the election of seven 1) rectors for the en
suing yssr aad for tbe transaction of
sash other easiness as may tie brought
before the meeting, will be beld at the
•ace of tae Company on WEDNESDAY,
July 18th proximo, at loo'elooa a «*.
jlitd J. L. WILIXUI i,
Becrelaiy.
BRANCH OF THE PACIFIOI
Ooean House.
Ocean Avenub, Santa Monica.
aerFlrst-Claas Is Every Respect.-wa
Tbla popular boose having keen thor
oughly renovated and refitted. Is open
tor use asoommodauon of the publio.
THB TABLE will be supplied with all
ha luxuries the maraet adores.
MBS. B. BAT LET,
apSMr Proprietress.
FroosMAis for Fainting.
Sealed bids will be received by the
<ooLuVTuW > H| , h°*B t '*i l ! H'bfi suV**
THUR5DAY.......... JULY 14. 1881.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the beneOtof Commerce and Agriculture
Report of observations taken at Lns An
■teles, cal.. July 12. mgl.
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Maximum Thermometer, 80 0
Minimum SOO
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Tbere are eight vessels at present
discharging oargoes of lumber In
the harbor of Wilmington.
Tbe appeal oase of Hunt, con
victed of tbe murder of offloer Gil*
Us, is on tbe Supreme Court oalen
dar for August Sib proximo.
Miss Hortense SaQrlate and Miss
Agnes Wilson left to-day for a
month's reoreatton at FortTeJon.
We wlsb the ladies bon voyage.
We acknowledge a pleasant oall
from Dr. J. T. Jeffries, of Texas,
wbo arrived In Loa Angeles yester
day. He is stoppiug at tbe Cosmo
politan.
Baron Gudeous and Count b.
Moyoe, of Austria, arrived iv Loa
Augeles by the Southern route last
evening aud are guests at the Cos
mopolitan.
tda C. Keller, aged 8 years,
youngest daughter ot tbe lata
Matthew Keller, died at tbe resl«
dence or Mr. Thomas Leahy yester*
uay morning.
Confidence Engine Company No.
2 haYs engaged fourteen passenger
ooacbes and two locomotives for
their grand family picolo to Santa
Mo jloa next Sunday.
A ball will be given by the School
Trustees of Santa Monloa, at tbe
Santa Mouioa hotel to-night, to
raise funds lo purohaso an organ
for the sobool of thai plaoe.
Mr. O. H. Bliss yesterday re
oeived an order by telegraph from
Si Paso, Texas, for a car load of
potatoea and one of barley, to be
abippad at bis earliest oonven
lsuoe.
Wm. Monlon wss up before Jus
tice Fisber yesterday on "the charge
of taking trout with a seloe lv the
Arrovo Seoo, wbiob Is prohibited
by the game laws. The bearing
bas beeu set for 10 A. M. uext Tues
day.
It will he seen, by advertisement
elsewhere, that tbe members of
Confidence Engine Company bave
beeu ordered to assemble at tbeir
headquarters, In full uniform, at
12:30 P. at , to joiu tv tbe demou
atatiou over the taking of tbe Bas
til 0.
A letter mailed In San Bernardi
no for Riverside ou June 28ib
reaobed tbat place on July 9th,
having made the journey lv tbe re
markably abort lime of twelve
days, aud having traveled at the
wonderful speed of a mile a day,
oo au average. Talk about rapid
transit after tbis feall— Timet.
Arrived at Wilmington, July
lltb, schooner Sparkling Sea,
Thompson, master, three days
from San Franolsoo, with 180,000
feet of lumber ror S. P. R. R. Co.
Sailed, July 18th, aobooner Martha
W. Tuft, Johnson, master, lv bal
last for Hutneme; barkenliue
Melauolbou, Hanson, master, lv
ballast for Columbia river.
Col. Cbalmers Soott, who bas re
turned from making a preliminary
survey for a railroad from Yuma to
Port Isabel on the Gulf of Califor
nia, thinks, Beecber and tbe Bible
revlsors having abolished hell, that
those theologians wbo must bave a
bot place for elnuere, should adopt
that part of the Colorado desert bt
low Yuma.
Yesterday Mr. Keeter, of the Ban
Fernando ranob, found it necessary
todisobaigsa (Spaniard employed
by him aa a harvest hand. No
snouer bad lie done so than tbe
rest of the Spaniards stopped work
and refused to resume until their
Oimpatrlot was reinstated. Not
withstanding tbe faot tbat all work
bad ta be stopped, Mr, Kesler rt
fused to be bun- lured and yentei
day afternoon oame into tbe oity to
hire a new foroe of harvesters.
TJnole Billy Sauds who, wben be
does go c fishing le one of tbe boas
Izaak Waltons of tblaeoaoly, re
quests as to state that tbe an
nouncement tbat be bee lately
been Vexing tho waters of tbs San
Uabrlel Oafion with book aud line
Is a mistake. He lias been npp'y
ing bimeeir steadily to work, aod
says Ibe honor uf landing those 169
trout, tbe other dsy, must bedi
vlded up between t»e Messrs. 0. E
Miles, D. Qavltt, Charles Lips aud
Jerry Newell.
Tbe consolidated report of publio
property shipped by James W.
Dunn, Quartermaster's Agent at
Los Angeles, during tbe fiscal year
ending June 30, 1881, comprised
( 009 829 pounds of lorage, 886 ani
mals aud 110,405 pounds of vegeta
bles. The current year the ship
meals will just double these oou
sielerahle figures. Last year tbere
was a total nf over two thousand
tons, requirlug over two hundred
frelgbt cars to move It. Tbis year
at letst four hundred oars will be
required to transport goverument
frelgbt alone.
Mr. Waterman, who waa Id Lns
Angelea yesterday, and who not
only did nut did of heat, hunger
and tblrxt n the Deeert but la
brimful of health und hope, baa
received from Eaatern partlea an
otter of two aud a half millions of
dollars for his mine. It Is said to
be a wonderful silver deposit, and
if it passes Into the bends of heavy
Eastern capitalists wa may loos
for an era of exceptional develop
ment. Mr. Waterman's mine le
legated about one hundred and for
te miles from Loa Angelee, iv jsan
The Taking of the Bastille.
Oar fellow oltiisns of French na
tivity and tbose desosnded from
the sons and daughters of La Belle
France will to-day, July 14th, cele
brate tbe 92nd anniversary of the
downfall of tbe Bastille, wbiob,
during its existence, was tbe
means of inflicting more human
misery than any prison tbe world
bas ever known. Tbe following
brief history of Its oreatlon and de
struction will be of Interest in view
of the celebration to-day:
La Bastille was begun ln 1369, by
Charles V. and was used aa a royal
fortress until tbe aooession of
Charles VII., Wben it became a
place of confinement for prisoner*
of state. Here were Imprisoned
Uaasomplerre, Rioblieu, aud Vol
taire. Here, too, was bidden the
celebrated victim of Louis XIV.,
known only to history as tbe Mao
witb the Iron Mask. After tbe
death of Louie, the Bastille was
used as a common Jail, receiving
prisoners of every grade.
Tbe Bastille stood near Porte St
Autolne. It bad eight huge round
towers, oonnected by curtains ol
massive masonry. ' It waseuolr
oled by a dllob twenty-five feet
deep, which was usually dry. The
ditoh was completely surrounded
by a high wall, to wbiob was at
taobed a woodeu gallery, reached
by two stalroasea aud always
guarded by sentinels. Tbe garri
son consisted of 103 men. Tnerr
were cells lo all tue towers. The
walls were at least, twelve feel
thick, and at tbe ba-e from thirty
to forty. Dungeons were nineteen
feet below the level < t the court
yard, baviug no opening except
narrow loopholes wbiob opened ou
the dltob.
Oo tbe 14th or July, 1780, after a
brief defeuce by Da Lauuay, then
governor of tbe prison, and a guard
of 114 soldiers, tbe pile was cap
tured by tbe people, ransacked, aud
on tbe following day rased to the
ground. The dungeons were filled
up with tbe ooplugs of the Bastille's
battlements
Several persons were released
from tbe cells aud duugeous,
among tbem tbe Count de Bolege,
wbo bad beeu an inmate of tut
prisou from bis eleventh year, and
a mau named Tavernier, who bad
spent thirty years inside those
dreadful wails, and who, when re
leased, was completely brokeu lv
streugtb and intellect.
Ou ihe site of this ancient fort
ress now stands tbe column of July,
erected in memory of lbe patriots
of 1780 and I*Bo
Cundurango Bliss.
And this Dr. B\i»»— the great
American medical . "bulletin," —
who for the past tea daye has beeu
assisting Blalue lv humbugging
tbe people, la no hew band at the
business. He is the same Dr. Bliss
who, a few years ago, achieved at
tbe same time a world- wide noto
riety and au immense fortuuefrom
the credulous and easily duped, as
"Cundurauao lilUs," the origina
tor of an inhuman fraud known as
the "oundurango cure," for tbat
terrible affliction, cancer. Under
tbe diabolic management, endorsr
ment and lying, fraudulent testi
monials of Bliss and bis oO'Swin
drere, tbe worthless South Ameri
can shrub by tbat name rose In
value until It is said that the stuff
prepared from it sold as high as
eight dollars an ounce. Bliss and
bis crowd of swindlers became rich
through their imposition upon the
unfortunate sufferers from that
deadly malady, and as soon as their
pockets had been gorged with eoln,
oundurango was played out and
now bas no market value what
ever, that we know of. Bliss is a
worthy partner of Blalue, the
"fainter."
COURT REPORTS.
Superior Oonrt HEPULVEDA. I.
Wednesday, July 18
Winter vs Tuomas et al.—Mo
tion of defendant Maxey to set
aside judgment passed to be takeu
up by consent by order of Court.
8. V. R Ft Co. vs Crampton—
Motion for new trial denied; 20
days' stay. .
Oden vs Lenonls—lts-set by or
der ot Court for September Bth,
1881, at 1(1 A M.
White vs Bowland—Same order.
Brown vs. 8. »P. R. R —Set for
September 6t'i, 1881.
Lns Angeles County Bauk vs.
Bant et al.—Set for Sept. sth.
Crawford vs. Bint et al.—Same
order.
HOWARD, J.
In t« estate of F. D. ds Lugo, de
ceived—Petition for distribution
beard and granted. Distribution
ordered as prayed for.
In re guardianship of M. I, Tem
ple, a minor—Return of sale of real
estate beard aud continued.
SIT FOB TO DAY.
Trust Fund Ins. Co. ye. Clark.
MoMabou vs, Brlokner et al.
Llude vs. Linde.
French National Holiday.
Tbe following is tbs programme
of exercises to be observed In the
celebration or the French national
holiday to-day:
The procession will form at 1
o'otouk aud unroll from Aliso
street to Arcadia; Malu street to
tbe PlaZi; oouuier maroh; Main
street to Spring; Spring street to
Seoond; Second to Fort; Fort to
Fourth; Fourth to Main; tbeuou to
tbejunotion of Spring; Spring to
Turuvereln Hall, where the litera
ry exercises will be held.
Messrs. P. Graces, J. J. Avers
and ti. Le Meiuager have been
eeleoted lo deliver addresses at ihe
hall. Tbe prooesstou will bs varied
by a representation of tbe Bastille,
borne on a car, and by a beautifully
decorated oar of Liberty. In the
evening a grand banquet will be
given at ihe Pico House, at wblcb
a magnlßoent menu piepared by
chef Dot will be disoussed, to be
followed by toasts aud speeohes.
Tbe celebration altogether will be
one of tbe most elaborate and gor
geous svsr seen in tbis oity.
A Mioblgan girl obanged ber
oboloe on tbe morning of ber wed
ding day, and tbe man wbo was to
bave been tbe bridegroom made no
ssrlous otjectlon, exoept tbat he
demanded tbe returu of the $50
wbiob be bad paid for ber wedding
dress. She hadn't ao mueb mouey,
the
ADJOURNED COUNCIL MEETING.
Boutlae uailMii—lnTHtlgttloa ol OonitaWs
Llng'i Obsrfis Aftlut Oht.t of Follw
Hard—Too Oaargn Diiralii.d and Chief
Child Uemuod.
Ad adjourned meeting of Coun
oll was held last evening, Mr.Coho
ln tbo chair.
Tbe Clerk reported that the oon
traot with tbe Expret* Printing
Company for tbe oity advertising
will expire on tbe 21th Inst.
On motion, the Clerk wag in
structed to advertise for bids for
oity advertising for tbe ensuing
yssr.
Tbe Flnanoe Oommittee reported
the usual monthly bills approved.
On motion, warrants were order
ed drawn for tbe payment of all
the bills exoept tbat of tbe Qas
Oom pany.
Mr. Gepbard moved that the
Clerk be instructed to draw a war
rant for tbe payment of the amount
due the Gas Company. Lost.
Mr. Green jave notloe of a mo
tion to reoonsider at the next reg
ular meetiug.
The Zinja Committee recom
mend tbat tbe Zaojero be lostruot
eJ to bsve certain saojas cleaned.
Adopted.
Tbe regular business being con
cluded, Mr. Green moved that
Council n s >lye Itself Into a Com
mittee of the Whole, (o Investigate
tlie charges preferred by Couxlable
Ling against Chief of Polioe Gard
On motion, Mr.Conn wasohoseu
Chairman.
Mr. Ling was represented by K.
F. del Valle, E-q , and Chief uf
Police Gard by Judge Bruneou.
The followluare the oharges pre
ferred:
To tho Honorable the Common
Counoll of the City of Lot Angc
<«■■•
Gentlemen: Your petitioner re
speotluliy represents that Geo. E
Gard, Cbief of Polioe of Los Ange
ies city, bas been guilty of ees un
becoming bis olhoe and In excess
of bis jurisdiction sufficient to war
rant un lmmedfete investigation
by your Honorable body and to
oauue bis prompt removal from of
floe,as will appear by the following
statement uf f .ots:
Your petitioner Is a duly quali
fied aod actiug C instable of tbe
City of Los Angelee; tbat io euoh
oapaoity he did, on the 22.1 day of
June, 1881, hrrest, at the eoruer o'
First aud Spring streets, In the
oity of Los Angeles, oue J. N.
Smith Immediately after ibe com
mission of a felony by said Smith
to wit: Assault upon Watson, witb
intent to commit murder. Your
petitioner was joined after said ar
rest by offloer Ketler aud both pro
ceeded with lbe prisoner to the
C'UutyJiil. Before entering said
jail offloer Ketler suggested that
the prlaouer be searched ln tbe of
fice or tbe Chief of Polioe, to wbloh
your petitioner assented. Tbat af
ter tbe prisoner had been searched,
be was told by your petitioner to
accompany him to the jail, and
both were about to outer tbe door
of tbe j ill uumolested, wben your
petitioner was overtaken by olfi
oeis Days and Fletcher,uotlug uu
der direct orders of the Chief of
Polioe, to take possessiou of said
prisoner. That your petitioner re
fused to deliver up said prisoner,
being entitled to liiui, whereupon
said prisoner was taken by force
from your petitioner aud brought
to tbe office of the Chief of Polioe,
Your petitioner then demanded
from O.ilef G>r.l ibe delivery of .aid
prlaouer, whereupon said Chief re
fused to accede lo nalil demand and
tbreateued that if further objec
tions be made by your petitioner
be would order his immediate ar
rest; and, after remonstrating for
some lime, by order of the Cbief of
Poiloe, your petitioner was eets-d
by two niHoere, dragged Into lbe
jail, aearohed and looked up. All
of winch was lv excess of lbe au
thority of said Chief aud while
your petitioner waa acting in lhe
lawful diHChargeof his official duty,
as will more fully appear upou tbe
presentation of all tbe facts before
your Honorable body.
Tbat said Cbief of Polioe, G. E
Gard, has, at various times, refus-d
to perform tbe duiies of bis office
wbeu requested to do co, aud has
commuted other auts unbecoming
lilb official position, which will he
fully shown before your Honora
ble body, that will warrant the re
moval of aaid Gird from office.
Wherefore your petitioner prays
that this matter he referred tn tlie
proper Commutes of your Honor
able body lor Investigation, and
tbat e*id George K. Gard be re
moved from tbe < fllua of Chief of
Police of Los Angeles City. And
your petitioner will ever pray, Ao.
R A. LINO.
Los Angeles, June 25 b, 1881.
The following additional oharge
was presented last evening:
That on the day of , 1881,
at the oity aod oouniy of Los Ai -
geles, the Chief of Polioe was re
quested by your petitioner to ato|.
a faro game lv tbe city of Los
Angeles and theu aud tbere the
said Chief of Polioe refused to pel
form his duty.
Mr. Bruuson objeoted to tbe In
vestigation of this charge on the
ground that the Chief of Polioe
was unprepared with witnesses to
rebut it.
Tbe oass opened by tbe examt
natiou of a number nf witnesses f .r
Mr. Llug, many of whom testified
that he bad arrested Smith, lbe
mau about whom tbe ooutroversy
arose, and tbat bis protestations Iv
the police offloe after the prisoner
had beeu taken from bim, while
earnest, were free from offensive
language.
Ou tbe other hand, offloer Ketler
aod several oitls-ns testilled that
Ketler had made tbe arrest. Offl
ocrs Davis and Fletcher aud
a number of citizens, wbo were
present in the police office ou the
nlgiil In question, testified that
Mr. Ling's language bad been very
Violent aud that be had spoken ot
tbe polioe foroe In vulgar and abu*
elve terms and bad detied tbe Chief
of Polioe to look bim up.
Tbe case was submlttted with
out arguuieut.
Iv discussing tbe evldenoe before
tbe Committee, Mr. Teed stated
that be was satisfied from offloer
Kellei's testimony that Mr. 1.1 ng
had made lbe arrest of Smith as
claimed by him.
Mr. Bauohetsald he was present
Wben tbe examination was bad be
fore tbe CHy Juatloe and that Ket
ler then testified tbat Ling arrest
ed Smith.
After aosme further cllisassloa
Mr. Masse said he shoaght ibe
charges ought to be dismissed as
not proven, and moved that tbe
Committee rise aod report progress.
Carried.
Mr. Cohn, Chairman, reported
tbat tbe Committee of the Whole
bad beard the testimony on both
sides and tbe matter waa now be
fore tbe Counoll for Its aotion.
Mr. Moore moved tbat tbe
charges against Chief of Polioe
Gard be dismissed as not enataloed
by tbe evidence. Adopted by a
vote of 8 to 8
Mr. Gepbard moved tbat It Is tba
sense of the Council that Chief of
Police Gard acted hastily tn mak
ing the arrest of Constable Ling
and tbat be should bave ussd more
dlsoretlon. Adopted..
Adjourned.
A Western Stock Sale.
(Breokenrldge, Col., Journal.l
We oil p the following from an
Eastern paper:
Tbey have their stook exoliange
and mining board lv tbe magic
oltlee In the far far West, and their
own peoullar ways, aod those waya
sometimes olaeb. A New Yorker
was seated In an offloe In Gunul •
son city, not long sgo, wbeu a
griasly lookiug old ohap entered
and asked If ibat was tbe place
wbere tbey sold shares of the
White Horse silver mlue. Belug
assured tbat he was in tbe ufflje of
the company be observed:
"I've beari lbe Wblto Horse
spoken of as a likely mine."
. "It most oertaluly Is. We took
nut $10 0(10 worth of ore lv oue
day "
"Piiea l Sbe must be Just old
rloiinere! How mauy men bave ye
at work?"
"00, about three hundred."
"Hive >c, though? Are aheere
going off purty lively?"
"Suarea are selling like hot
cakes, autl we have only a lew left.
Everybody says tbe White Horse
is a big Investment."
"Wbat are sbares worth to
day?"
"I will sell you at 96, though I
know tbey will be worm tbeir face
to-morrow."
"Nul You don't really mean
86?'
>.jfall
"Well, that's better. There's a
hundred shares whiob you sold my
pard yesterday for twenty dollars.
I went over io Ibe mlue, found
nothing but a hole and-a dead
mule, und I told him I'd come up
aud get his money back or do
some shooting; I'm tarual glad to
find tbem sheers bas rli from i! oto
95. Tbat will give my pard his
money back and buy me a winter
outfit besides. Here's tbe sheers,
aud now let me see the color of
your money."
"But, sir, we-"
"Pass out tbe cash I" said tbs old
uian, as be rested the end of his
shooter on the end of tbe oounter.
The oompauy had left bla revol
ver ln bis overcoat outelde, and be
didn't believe tbs New Yorker
would sboot for him. After a look
around be begau to count out tbe
money with a bland smile, and as
be made the exchange he said:
"Oi rtaluly sir—greatest of pleas
ure, air. Sorry you didn't bold
tbem one day more aud get the
full face value."
Property Transfers.
REPORTED BY JUDSON, GILLETTE
A GIBWW-JTJLY 13,1881.
CONVEYANCES.
Alexander Weill to Hall McAllister-
Lois 2 and 7, Heo 2t>, Hanobo Asuta de
Duartu; S2«uo.
Louis Melzer to Decatur Haubrough—
15 acres In N vv oornerofMWk See 1. T1
a, RlO W; 11 0.
Jas Kenoessy to Tbnß Murry—Lot 11,
blk 8, sancbex traot; $.'6O
Jas X Gregory and wire to Los Angeles
County Bank-NE Hot alt MSeoll, T S
B, R II W: S 600.
Estate vi i ranolsoo D de Lugo—Deoree
of dlstrlbuilon—To Jns Liuarie-S room
ln butldlugon lot W side New High st;
to Juan unman, undivided half of lot W
side New High st: and to Manusll.ugo,
undivided half of lot W side New High
Street-
Jose 0 Carrlllo to Leonora Pares de
Ballesterns—Lot 8 side Maroheasault at,
between Plaaa and Alameda at; SIM.
Free of Cost.
Dr. Kino's New Discovert
for Consumption, Coughs aud
Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, eto., Is
given away In trial bottles free of
ooat to the afflicted. If you bave a
severe cough, oold, difficulty of
breathing, hoarseuess or any affec
tion of the throat or lungs by all
means give tins wonderful remedy
a trial. As you value your exis
tence you oaunot afford ta let tbis
opportunity pass. We could not af
ford, und would not give tbis rem
edy away unless we knew It would
accomplish wbat we claim for it.
I'housauds of hopeless oases bave
already been completely cured hy
it. Tbere la no medioine In the
world that will oure one-half tbe
oases that DR. KUNO's NtwDlS
OoVjshy will cure. For sale by
Heinssman A Elite, druggists, Los
Augeles.
Buoklen's Arnloa Salve.
The Best Salvb io tbe world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, obapped
hands, oniiblalos, oorns, aud all
kluds of skin eruptions. Tbis
salve Is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction lv every case or mouey
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For aale by Heinzeman A Ellis,
wholesale ageuts, Loa Angeles.
Heirs-man A EiUasellat whole
sale, aud will guarantee prices as
low as auy house in Southern Cali
fornia.
Pure drugs, perfumeries, patent
medicines, both foreign and do
mestic, all the latest novelties, and
prescriptions carefully compounded
both day and nigbt, at Preuss A
Plrool's.
Five hundred dollars worth of
seoond-hand clothing wanted at
No. 8 Aliso street.
Extracted from natural flowers Is
Bouquet de Los Angeles. Preuss A
Piroul, proprietors.
Seoond-baud oiotniug bought and
sold at No. 8 Aliso street
NOTICE OF DIVIDEND.
Los Angelea County Bank.
At» meeting or the Board dt Directors
of Los Angeles Oonnty Bank hel l on
Tuesday, July 6th, leal, dividend (No. 11)
ot twelve percent, oa the oapltal stook
for the six month, from January let to
July Ist, last, was declared, payable July
lOtb.lMl. H. L. JaAO»IBL,
JT lai Oaahler.
Males for Bale.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
National Celebration I
July 14, 1881.
ANNIVERSARY
—Of TKB—-—
Taking of the Bastille I
PRESIDENT or THB DAT,
EUGENE MEYER.
VICE PRESIDENT,
WILLIAM DECLEZ.
ORATORS,
J?. Ganee, J". J. >Vyersj,
Gt. LeMesnager.
———
PROGRAMME
OF THE DAY:
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
A Grand Procession
——WILL FORM
On Aliso Street
In the following order:
Mounted Police.
Band.
F. V. o.Oa mondb.n, Grand Marshal,
WltuAids.
A. SENTODS and P. A BOTE ARENA.
FIRHT UIVISION,
Marshal. P. BALLADE.
Aids: I.Cusaux. E. a mar, it, Carreers, ,
0. uarnler.
Coaflden a Kngl a Co. No. 2.
LA B \M'l Illk.
Soolete rranoalsede Be.Melle.
Executive oommittee ot the Celebration.
SECOND DIVISION.
Band.
Marshal, O. BAYS.
Alds.J purouro.r, K.J.Levy,
a. O. Hoques, I. Moreno.
Vigil.nee Hook aud Ladder Co.
CHAK HE L\ LIBERTB.
Italian Renevolent society.
Hlspsnn-Amerli an Benevolent -oolety.
Hibernian Benevolent soolety.
Meu.bets Of toe « ommon Couocll. I
Oratora of the I 'ay.
Assemhlymen anrl Senator.
Lieutenant-Governor, Mayor, Judges.
Agent Coosulalre.
MMHM.
ROUTE OF PROCESSION.
From Aliso street to Arcadia; Main
street to Plasa; counter inarou; Main
sireet; Spring to second; HeooDd to
Fort; to Fourth: to Main; Junction ot
Spring; Spring to Tarnvereln rtall, where
the literary exercises will be held,
aarinvl ted guests win meet at lDo'olook i
at. at tbe rooms ot the Common Counoll
wbere carriages will be ln waiting,
GRAND
Family Picnic!
BT
Confidence Engine Co.
NO. X,
To Santa Monica,
SUNDAY, JULY I7TH, 1881.
GREAT ATTRACTIONS!
MCT-110 AND DANCING,
BALLOON ASCENSION,
HORSE RACES,
FOOT RACES.
SWIMMING MATCH. OPEN TO ALL,
at 11:80 o'olook.
07* FREE ICE for all ky tbe Opposi
tion loj Co.
Qy Tral'i lesves Commercial-street
Depot at 8:80 A. M ; leaves Bant. Monies
at 6 r. St. Jyl9 id
FIRMTPRIZK (Silver Med-1)
awarded at Horticultural Falr.i 410.
I r exhibit of Pure Drugs Ch.mloaU,
Perfumery, eto , eto.
THEODORE VYOLLWEBER,
DHtJGGIST,
Apothecaries' Hall,
59 ST.,
LOS ANOKLBS. CAL..
Respectfully Invites tbe attention of
strangers visiting the oity to bl. oom*
modlous and well appointed
Pbarmaov, where they
—will Sad—
DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Pharmaceutical Preparations
1 Of ths very bsst quality, as well as exps
> rienoed hand, to compound and dis
pense tbem. Also, a large
and varied stook of
I
TOILST ARTICLES,
I
PATENT MEDICINES AND
SUNDRIES,
. •
For domestic use, suoh as they are ac
customed to find In their oan
9 Family Drug more,
l
) ese-PHYSICI ANS are requested to ex
£ amine my stook. lyS-lm
f ■
County Warrants, etc.
;1
NKW TO-DAY.
L. LICHTENBERGEK,
MANUFAOTURBB AND IstPOBTBBOf
FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES,
From tho oelebrated Columbus Baggy Co. and from tbs leadingSttne.
rles lv Now Haven and New York, comprising- Extension Too Oss>
rlages, Top aod Open Burr lea, Breweter slde-her, oorablnatloa, lllßls
and end springs, Piano, Whlteohapel and Coal Bot, Top aod OpeS) MgV
glee; also, Four-Bow aod Canopy Top Phsstoos; also, Platform, mmm
and End Spring Business and Pleasure Wagons, all ol tba
I intent (Styles and Fininh.
■wTI buy snd sell NOTHING BUT GOOD WORK, aad defy own*.
petltloo In prioes for tbs same quality aod workmanship.
sf Every Vehicle Full.v Guaranteed. JfSßJsn
FOURTH OF JULY
BaY
jjj WmmsSL^MmmwtßmfWc"
Having purchased the entire stock of an Eastern Shift
Manufacturer, consisting; of 5000 dosen of Wbitt and
Fancy Colored Shirts and aooo dosen Linen Collraaad
Cutis, I would simply say to those who have not yet hesV /
ored me with a visit that I am in a position to offer that* i
some splendid bargains, and advise them to call at one*
and secure a choice selection from this magnificent stock.
lam now opening 37 cases White and Fancy Colored ■
Shirts, all new, desirable goods, which I offer below man
ufacturer's cost.
WHITE SHIRTS, "1
fll, $1.25, #1.50, #1.78 and #9 ea4tfc.
COLORED SHIRTS,
#1, •I.SO. at/id tS.no, •aob. lnolwdla*; *****
Oollarsi also, separate cuffs with the flaer grades, F
Collar., aiisSO a doasn; Linen a aoaea.
•FMy Specialty S&tt-ts) Slstde to Ordew.^S
ZZ. SIECSrELi,
Importer of Gents' Furnishina Goods, Msniilwfltlstsi
of the Celebrated Aroade Shirt, if
56 MAIN ST., CORNER COMMERCIAL, LOS AN6ELEI,
"WHY
DONT YOU GO TO THE
New Boot i Shoe Store,
B WHERE YOD Wf LL FIND aft,
M*Wm\ m 9 %m W FULL LINE OF
■ JLADIES*.
WW MISSES' and
M > » CHILDREN*
GOODS.
— g JgSS ALSO, FULL LINE Of
GENT'S GOODS in the LATEST STYLES. %
26 SPRING ST., C. L. FISHER.
FOURTH
OF THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, AND ' J
6rand Centennial Exposition and Celebration,
AT THE PAVILION, LOS ANGELES, CAL,
September fifth, Continuing- Sin; Day*.
The Board of Directors invite the hearty co-operatieai
of every citizen who is interested in the progress and wel
fare of Southern California to make exhibits, as well
tend the coming Exposition and Celebration.
From arrangements already consummated the Fourth
Exposition of the Society will be equal in variety and
magnitude in every particular, and in many departments
; superior in point of interest to any former Exposition.
A special and interesting programme wdl be pre
sented each afternoon and evening.
PARE AND EXPRESS.
The Southern Pacific Railroad will issue Round
Trip Tickets from all stations to Los Angeles at grefttry
reduced rates. The Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express ww J
carry all packages weighing twenty pounds, or less, fas- %
tended for the Fair, free. The Society will pay the freight
1 on all exhibits, and deliver them at the pavilion free.
For full particulars and Premium Lists, address tbe
Secretary.
J. DeBARTH shorb,
President.
Geo. Rice, Secretary. \> m
OPENING OF THE
, Occidental Restaurant,
No. lie Main SU, Cardona Blook.
Tbe tabu will bs faraisbed with tba
best that oan be procured In the market.
Regular meals, 2a eta.
ST- ICE-CREAM SALOON conneoted
with ths restaurant.
, nxssVlm CHAB. WKNXBL, Prop'r.
Teu ton I a Hall,
NO. ISO MAIN ST., U. 8. BUILDING
- Frohllnsjsr a Mathlsson,
PROPRIETORS.
ssr WINES. LIQUORS, BEER, ALE
aad CIO ARB of the beet breads.
aes-LU OtlKB of aU kinds supplied
j on short noUoa. IeOB
Hoi far Catalina lalaatt
THS GREAT BATHING, HUBII—
AND FtSHINO KBBOBT.
Tb* jMht don ohnnnE naaiaia n> '
ward Johnson, will — wmintl'rmsSisH *
tv Catalina ou or about Jons la, aaaJtM ■
regular trips during Hit Itliol T>i ttf'
ah'aV 101 ' >tSr> <raa> *"ai'aw»B
peoee'of ■ -*-*-'- D * • P %t^gjraia* '
ae>e. ibU'adajra aod &MM ■»
inrnlDg. Sb- will lean*' waa Htaiatvi
Mondays, Wejuesdajamf rrasaaiSV '
Fare for the round trip. Si. " "
MOBBJB^Bg^
Key Wert Cqper Start,
wo. rat MAUff rrraM 111
LANrsajroo iitai '■"^sS
I- SIM ISAACS, : t SBStmtWSJS>J
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