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Nt home as they can |Mws.bly bo abroad,
utterly Ignoring the very numerous
Americans of the kind who extoited tbe
hearty admirati >n of such judges uf men
as Charles Heade nnd Charles Dickens,
the latter doim: as the nmnifte honora
ble after, and not during his last tour
In this country. Wo arc gravely in
formed through the S\v» Lttier tbat a
solemn edict has gone forth that Aim ri
cans are hereafter to be excluded from
the jtrnetralia of Kuglish fashionable
life. We prny God that this may he
true. The self-contained and well bred
people of this country need no social
recognition « hen abroad, while it ll on
all uocuunts Utter that the boors, whom
the United States, in common with all
countries, produces, should ho thrown
over to the politeness of Custom House
ofliclals nud hotel clerks. As well
, i!A HERALD.
rrr~'. r~~ 1 «-~»~
Single Copies of tho Herald. 6 Cents.
Herald Steam Printing Houae.
Th- tUmu) Su-*m I'rlnlina House is not sur
pax*. I to any Joli Printing Offloe on tho Pacific
Gnart. otustds «' Baa Francisoo, In faculties for
dolni: J"'' * r, r' l bow prices, rood work ami ox
sedition nsay bs rolled upon at this offloe
Special Notice.
■ -Har notices ol Cotn|ianics, soclotios,
will only ba In* rtsd In the liasald
Ws roserve, for Places
;! •", t«.jrttup, a iiratnltmis illrcHory, wli eh will
appear every Numlay mornlna;.
Brentano tiros., No. 6 Cnlon tkiuare, New
larkOlsy, ars k«s*« lot tbs Hssald. It will
ssattsstl) tw found on aale on tbeir rountsrs.
The in thu official aiasr of the ult> ol
Los aaaslet. The city delinquent tax \\%U und
■11 othi-r niuniclpsl noticesappvir onh In it*, ml
Tii« iukall offloe la csnaseted with the tal
nasas syakwa ut Uot Ahfslss olty and eoanty.
OrddH lor limassaillltl or Joli work ma) bs
tint Mnnnsjk this medium to number IMX
Mr A. H. Mntasassiillh Is ths Hants Ana a«ent
of the lIRRALb.
might one judge of Knglisl.mrn of breed
ing and position by the "cads" who are
so often thrown on our shores lis to set
up tuft-huiitiiig Aincricans as the stand
ard for grading the better element of
the American people.
Gi v. William Tkcitvikkii Siikkman
left yeatarday for Sant;. fs\ New Mexico.
Thi ill the lust official visit the old hero
wiH pay to California. It is understood
that, ufter the completion of his present
tour, he will begin to make arrangements
for In ' ictiracy from his position us Gen
eral of the army to bis home at Ht,
Lonls. As an old Califoruiim as well as
nn llhutrtosju soldier, old Taaitwiaah
has boats <if frieadi in thisaeation. The
.v 11 in in begotten of the "late utl
plettHUiiim t-s" Bra Millicienlly tempered
by time to admit of the universal recog
nition of the military genius and mug
nahlmotts traits td this really greut man.
llh i ii< tons treatment uf the romuaut
• f the Confederate army us embraced
iv th" tenni ot kJa celebrated articles
ol oapUnUttoti wi'li Qei Joe Johnston
a gemiusity Wflkh rtsultod In a de.
teniiiied Hlort upon the part of .Sec
retary R tan ton to bring übuut hi« ruin -
added to bii ohafaotar all thut was
needed lo make him popular with ull
clauses. Nut the least interesting fea
ture iv the old hero's loto career is tho
rseOhjt* W»y in which ho has declined
to allow (he Presidential bee to settle
in birt bonnet. BfemMai OWbag ton gen
eral laW, whose passage he md only
did not oppose, but expedited, surreii
dui-H bin Kilted oAea to Oaa, PbUUm >>-
dan, thus allowing » number of yoWssfaf
men togll a step inntuk. BawlllgO
l i bbj 1 I' ; i a I homo in St. Louis acenm
piinie i by .i nu'iemie of good will which
cannot fall to be highly llatteriuu.
With him the piivute station will indeed
be tlm poM of honor. He has well
earned n rWpaat fef wbi -h he bus long
thirsted.
Equalizing Population-No Cause
for Jealousy.
The disparity of population between
the Atlantic and Die Pacific Coast has
long been the subject of melancholy
comment by people who reside on the
we«tei n side of the great American
divide. It neeiiH, however, that this
stub'of things will not long continue.
While we may be decodes in getting
down to anything like an equality of
population, theru arc yet circumstances
Whloh plainly ahoW thut tbe people ol
the Paolflo * 'oust wilt Im- the beneficiaries
of that aphorism of Blahop Berkeley,
"westward the tide of empire holds iv
way." H would astonish those who
haf* given no thought to the matter to
vote the strength of the tide of immigra
tion which is reaching out to the far
west, Thirty years Illinois, lowa
and Wisconsin were practically hs dis
tant from the centers of population an
Montana, Idaho, Washington Territory,
Oregon uml California are now, Tbo
baildlng oi the Illinois C'entml Railway
by ISoglUh capital creatod tbe great
State of Ullnoll nnd the great city of
Chicago, the tremendous tide of Immi
gration thus net iv motion overlapping
into Missouri, Wlaconain, lowa nnd
Michigan, making great uml wealthy
common went ths of those States. The
building of thu Union and Central Pacific
Hallways hud equally rumakable effects,
although liny were by no moans so con
centrated, being diffused over a region
com[uin-il to which tbe uroo of lie
original thirteen States was a mere
patch. Hut, at v matter of (act, mineral
development i of wonderful extent and
richness in Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Mon*
tuna, Dakota, and even California, were
direct results of this railway extension,
lite completion of tlm Sou them Pacific
praa accompanied by incidents of devel
opment equally us marked iv Arizona,
New Mexico, and to a loss extent even
tn tho Mexican state of Sonorn. The
precise inlliuncc of the completion of
the Mojuve branch of tlm Southern Pa-
THE LATEST!
[Sjtlllll lv 11.0 lUkvi.m l.y tSI WwMa
B*kw Onmiwiijr.l
PACIFIC COAST.
f'.tM»riit:ei'.4 Nouili und Kant.
Fkiisno, Sept. 11.—The following la a
list ol south boimd pUMscuger-i passing
here today.
Kill I ,1 lUudall, l»r J VV Wii.t r,
Mm M C K.-uuiah, Morria Levy, EMM
PeMoiseo) L tf tiiroux. witu mud two
fthttdren, s.int.i Monica) Audraw F
Orlitttlek, MilwuuUii', Win;.; I* Antlii»ii>,
wiiv ami danffbur, Chihttahuai W II
I Wry, Urn 15 Cottjsi, Alt-x Culm, Lo*
John Trctbewuy, Jr, IM (ant*
iiy, Laefcport, Oali X Koananml family,
tin-0n,.-Id, low*, .1 Hixon, Sailplane,
town; M W Karly, Dallnj, .Texan; Urt.
A M voire, Mlaa OA afafafra, st LouU,
Mo; Adam Templr, Battatra, t>: Oaorga
Anion, Gtlroyj J R I'.uucll, tairOM,
\V Vu.
JorlVoti IndU-led bMjr Kxon f I'
ll it-it HrU'rtr'l it- JuttK*' IVaal'
S\N F»AMOIBCO, Bftpt, 11. Joflbott,
who Hliot Davit in Garden*
on Sunday last, waa to daj Inrfrloted [Of
Lacy who, in v drunken spree, iieci
•leutally knot Mullen, on tv» huiiiu day,
hat baa ti txoaarirtati.
T. 11. llranloii WM 10-day uominutcd
bj the Haa KrantHttr Bar Atsnnrintlnfi a*
thr maoanaor to Jadgt Krana,
Tht* Mliuroii (W «»nl> Thirteen
.M v rtl »■ «■«■ m 111 li c r It «* mm.
N\S Puancisco, Sept. 11.--Tht! 08J10
oi nx*Sen*tor BiutMti, airttUd lant Bnt«
imttiy "ii M QHfWgt of adultery, wan cull
ed in thi Police Court to day. At the
iv..... 1 Oi bit counsel tin- OHM WM ••*«
tinned to October 164b
citic to a junction with the Atlantic aud
Pacific at the Needle* has not yot been
outlined: but we cannot doubt, in view
of the unlimited mineral deposits which
exist along much of its route, that they
will be momentous, in tho near future f
doing much to swell that treasure nut
put which, during the post twenty
years, ban beeu the leading factor in
preserving the Coiled States from bank
ruptcy, and iv accumulating, in this
country, a store of the precious metals,
tn tlm shape of specie, which bus ne\. i
hitherto been recorded in our history.
Already we may ascribe the develop
Ifean! ot the Calico mines to tho Mojave
brunch of the Southern Paeitic, nnd
tho present liberal output in but a fore
taste oI w hat is to follow.
Tho completion of the Northern Pa
cilie outlines the fact that a great em*
pire is surely building up lo the north
of Ul. Tho progress of that road,
though Arrested at times by delays
1 arising from the pecuniar) embarrass
ment of its management, has already
had o magical effect. Something of the
wonderful settlement which character
ised Illinois and the great North
west is now Wing witnessed iv I>a
kota, Idaho, Montana, Washington
Territory and Orogou. Iv addition to
treasure regions which have only been
surpassed thus far hy tho history of
those of California, Nevada and portions
of old Mexico, the progress of tho North
ern Pacific has been signalized by the
utilization ol vast wheat fields, enor
mous grazing ranges aud the discovers
' of timber stretches which are not known
elsewhere in such amplitude on the
There air ut the present time thirteen
■Hhraoreri la the priaooi ol this city
awaiting punishment. 0(M of them is
(ieorge A. Wl.o -U r, uho strangled his
sister-in-law anil then cut up her re
main* an.l paoked then In a trunk. He
hawboati waiting three years, with iron
prospect ot waiting tOOM considerable
HIM lunger, notwithstanding the taut
that Ml c c was (ally proved.
Om opening tiie Cmted Htutos Circuit
Oonrl i in ■ iitoreißf) Judge Sawyer stated
tbat tlm dabria case of Woodruff vs.
the North l.loomtieli! Mining Company
hud bow oat down fur trial oa tneMtn.
fasti The tentimou \, instead of being
written out iv long hum!, has been
transcribed «>u a ciuigrnph, making it
easier d> n ail. Threeeopiea were takeu.
Judge. Tooh**v to-itay ordered that the
bonds of O'BrftOO ami Kairchihl, con
nected with tho Harbor Commualion
frauda, ho doubled O'Briens bond will
now 1..-s.li .otH) ami Faircoild's9t,ooo.
American continent. Immigration ou a
colossal scale is certain to be recorded
there from this time on; and a great em
pire, rivaling iv wealth and population
that of the trana-Rocky Mountain Slates,
is certain to he located on the Pacific
aide of the "divide" before men who are
now j oUttg shall have become old.
I'm our part we hail thia grand move
ment of development with an unselfish
acclaim. I he Njnth would disdain to
demean Itsi If by jealousy of the North,
luthed, tlu . are no elements of jeah
onay in the proposition. There are no
features in common between the two
sections. While, at the Ninth, the
J, Dttpmt, who arrived liori in 1850,
and nbo was on.' oi Urn sarlieel writeri
on the ,-l//f ( , died yesterday, 60.
Tbe formal opening exercises 04 the
Meobaaioa' l-'.iii won held at the Broad
Opera House Lbil afternoon. Vice Presi
ilt tit Starbird pronounced the opening
a4draai. I'lie Rev. Robert MeKen/ie
deliver. <! an eloquent oration, hi* sub
ject being: -The Tools an.l the Man."
Tho Villaril Purf y ut I'oi llanu.
I\ikti.\m». Sept. 11.—All the guests
of the Villard party reached this city
this raOfaing nt mi early hour. To-day
very imposing demonstrations uf wel
come were accorded to the party. The
devolutions along the street* and in
front ot public and private houses were
the finest and most elaliorate ever seen
in the North weat, Vidlonany thai in
ataay features the display was more bit,
po.in.• than lhat seen at any other place
-in,-, the excursion began. Tht pro
cession was over two miles long and
represented all branches of luisiuess
aid industry of Ihe eily ami eouutiv.
At Ihe pavilion speeches War* made hy
Hon. M. C. George, Kepreseutalive in
Coi ii ... hy Mr. ViUard. by lion. Carl
iahura, and hy Kvarte, Khss.mi, (Vnger
and rtpreaentativea ol foreign guests.
Thousands ol people were iii Portland,
from all parts of the country. Thu day
was very line. lien. Grant attrneted
universal attention, hut declined to
make a apceeh. The demonstration was
a lignthai Ihe signilican,.- ol ihe Xnrlh
cm Pacific Hailmud is appreciated by
the northwest.
The Nlork lion nl
San Frakcwoo, Sept. 11.-ileal and
Iteleher, 3.85; Uhollar, .120; Conaol
idated Virginia, „"i.">; Crown I'oiut, 1.40;
Eureka Consolidated, s oo ; Ophir, 3.70;
Potoei, .86; Savage, 2.U0; Sierra Ne
vada, 4.2f>; I'niou Consolidate.!, ,1.00;
fallow Jacket, 3.50; Gould .V Curry,
2.75; Hale ft Norcroti, 4.18; Mexican,
; Hi- Northern Hello, 0.00.
U heal iuml 11:, l ie, Market.
Sax FrajicHOO, Sept. ll.—Wheat
steady and fair; eellcr $I.7(Xs 1.724;
buyer, si "St. Barley Una and active;
seller, 1.03}; Keller, eeason, Sl.OlJio
J 1.02 a; buyer, season, fl.lej.
cereals and fruit* of the temperate zoues
OftU ho raised without uilhi iilty, in (lie
South we can raise, in plenitude, every
thing that can In grown in the temper-
Ate roues, and an infinity oi products
Which never reach lhat *celion *uve in
the shape of fti U'eloh of co hi. ~. The
treasure regions comprised in Southern
California, Southwest, va X*r\ a-la. South-
WCOtern Utah, the whole of Arizona and
New Mexico, mo directly liihuturv to
Los siagotoo. In addition, we have a
climate which is not found outside of
the most favorud po*fiona Italy and a
railway eyeteni abeoluiily without a
rival. I aw Angelee can well afford to
congratulate her noighbors of thr north,
oeruin, as she is, that no growth, how
•vcr phenomenal, can exceed that which
awaits herself.
I'lu S.,n I itmei.co Xrwt-Letti r takes
an especial deli ;bl in reproducing in its
column-* anything mean and belittling
respectitiu A rica and Am,irioavja which
it chances tn tint! in the colonina of the
English presa. To this il tuldl what
ever ef an atrabilious character niay
happen lo rankle in ita own Britlah
Htomach at tiie time. It complacently
■Accepts aa the type of the people of the
United Hiatal who That the tight little,
bright little island, newly enriched par<
nova of tint Coal Oil Johnny aud shoddy
type, who are really aa much despised
LOS ANGELfcfc i7iiiLY HERALD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 12, 1883.
|'bh.i.iih.>i . Due Tills Bvenlns
Th. following i, th. li.t of paMengm.
by th» ri>>tith«ru rcyittn, to arrive in 1.--
Angelm at 1.1.j o'.'look thia eveuing,
t>M.cially t«lugraulierl to the Hrkali>
from Caaa trranrle, Arixona. at 10
0 slotS U-l night-
X Taylor, lira J E Hoot, J M Krazell,
San Pranciaooi B F Whitmore, Mra
\\ hittnore, Sumucr; .1 Keating, V .1
1 'uliurti ahd wife, .1 W F'vann, Tucfin;
M Adam., Howia; H 1' J Root. New Or
leans; AC Sticker, New York; Kd Lord.
Hollaln, NY; Thoa McArthur, Tncon;
.f.din Krating, J W .smith, Tombitone;
\V L H Mexico; M Bowman,
l.naymu., Mexico.
EASTERN.
l*OHfal None, Order Treaty with
ihe Hawaiian lalanrta.
WakhinoTon, September 1L- -Th*
p»fitjil money order contract between
the lintel States ami the Huwa.mu
Islands was signed to day by Postmaster
General Grosbain ami I ho Hawaiian
Miinil. i. It will ga into effect January
Nt.
\it \fv* i:aae» of r'ever.
Wa.-ounoton, September tl.—A dis
patch from IVnsacola dated tbe lOtli
ssyn: "All lutients in the Navy Yard
Hospital are couvaleM-ent. No new
A Ilerrenaeri Corn fl'rop.
Wahiiinoto.n, Septemlier 11 .—The
Agricultural Apartment reports of the
eoaditUlon of tba corn nnd wheat, oropa
will not be completed until Int.: this
afternoon. To-day's dispatches to the
Itureau trom the West do not cnmm
the reports that the 00IU crop has suf
fered front trosts tn ut. alarming extent,
though it it thought the percentage will
show a decrease us compared with last
month, when (lim total yield waa esti
mated ut 170,000,000 bushels.
IVeatern I mini Murplna.
N«w Yokk, Sept. asher 11. The Xx
eeutive Committee of the Western
rni'm to-day leoownHauisd
tin; payment oi (tic reguhtr quarterly
dividend of I , pel cent on the earnings
for the quarter soding Sirj.trm.lh'i- Mm,
It is stated that they will show n sur
plus of $100,000.
An Kerlenlastleal ( i II
lUuuMoeu , Sept. 11. Ths council of
t iathotlfl which will assemble
hern to-morrow, fur the purpnuo of per
fecting urniiigeimtiitH for their viait to
Rome, uml d| ottMlng uml deciding on
matters to be prisotsd to the Pope,
will be of a strictly private character.
None of tbe proceeding" are to be made
public.
Aliiio»t a link miii < in AflYay,
Dknvkii, Sept. 11. News that an
ntlrny occurred on Mi. I .nine's ranch in
Klberti county, Sunday night, between
• i.hi cowboys, has just ruacned the city.
Two ot them become involved iv uijuar
re] und repaired tv the herders' quarters
to settle the difficulty. In tbe melee
the lump wan knocked down nud extii.*
guish.il. 1 tie tight then became gen
em!. The door teas locked and revolv
ers we ro freely need. Winn tin- fight
was ovtr one WM found deal, two weie
welttiinj; iv tbeir life b!oud, three were
wonnded. some fatally, uml two escaped
uninjured, one ol whom was the origiint
tor of the tight.
About the Jhiiii'h 4*) an a.
X City (Mo.), Sept. 11 in eotv
■eqaenee of the recent publication of
Dick LdddvlPs statement regarding the
history of the James I'olice Com
missioner Creig, of this city, haa given
out tile confession of Clarence tl I tf,
made to the sflWs at JeffirscmCity,
and which is published to-day. Clar
ence Hue, t he youngest of Ilia liniiii.
was captured in Kentucky hhortly altar
Uddelra surrender, being confronted by
the evidence of bin complicity in UN
WinatoD and Btai Cut train robberies.
Me plead guilty Ui Daviea County
Criminal Court, uml wu* santahoad to
twenty five years, rids ajmfenaftoii waa
made before Governor Crttleu leu, t'nu
missiouer Crsdjg mid Sharif/ Ttuiberiake,
ot Clay Courtly. Soon after Hite was
Incarcerated in tba penitentiary, und
before the death of Jeeea James, last
February, Hite was pardoned ou
account of failing health, uml died a few
davn after. He made v statement just
before his death to a repurt. r, which
wits published at the lime, nml which
corresponds substantially with that pnh
llahed to-day, as given to the officer*.
This account of the nttffaiaenta ol the
gang during Hite's connection with it
oorresponds in all osssajtial particulars
with LlddetPi storyi und corrotaratea
in detail Ltddell'i testimony nt Gallatin,
tntplicating Frank dame* in the \\ iu
iton robbery, it alao aoeeaata tor
Frank* participation in the lllne Cut
robbery, us told by Lhldell, and for
which James is yet to be tried. Charlie
Ford took part in the Itlue Cut robbery,
lad >* I \pceted to te-tity, us also will
Lid.b-U. wio ii (but case is heard.
IIOHMKII KIU'MMIIICK In till.cit) ,011 thuSlh
'In.tarit, hy Ju..!v. 1.0. Moqfiui. Mr. Frank
llo.ni.ruii.l Mr.. r'r.ri.-« Kiumdlck, .11 ol l.o»
mmmm,
fVfi rKA L NOTIOEII ONE DOLLAR.
BRIHRNO - In thi. olty, Meptembar 11th, M»ri»
Klvlr,cl,ii|iht«rolJ. N. and Ma.y 0. hrituflo.
.„'!' I ' yv.r., 4 month, anil U d.y.
Han !)[.|to paper. plM.e copy.
NEW TO-DAY.
BDELMAN As CO., Cigar ManuTar
turera, make the l.u.t cigar, .ml do the lartrekt [
otilihi* trade in Sinilherii I'alilurtna. luyllitl I
WANTED.
Vet anil pantaloon. m4ll.lt' none but Drat,
class hand, need apply. AShl BKUI'HEKS
»epli 31 118 N Main atreet.
LAND LEAGUE, ATTENTION.
At a ineelliiK ol the Lo. AafSiM Brunch ol the
Irl.li Ni.tn.iml Land League, held In lliljemia
11.11, Downey Block, September Hth, it waa re
volved, that a .pedal meeting be held in the
Maine place next Sunday, September Hith, at 1 Hll
r. lot Ihe purpoae of rai.ing a lund to detenu
the bra.c O'Doiinell, who .hut the informer
Carey. All Irishmen ami, also, all loveraof lib
erty are respectfully reuui"<teil lo attend.
JOHN MORIABTV,
.epl'JUl Pre,idem
FURNITURE FOR BALE
AND BOOM To RENT at No. II Fort street
N.. within a few step, nf the Po.tijltke; party go
ing away. Enquire on premise. sepl* lw
Elizabeth A. Follansbee, M. U
OKFll'i:, -ill S FORT STIIEET.
4to i 5 «.
M>Hl rtreet ear. pa.» the door. aelnl I
J. A. taat ti. A. tMMMft I
DOBINSON a FAiaCHILD,
REAL ESTATE caINSURANCE BROKERB,
In ( UMMEHI'IAL STREET, LOS AHUKLEt,
(Ihreedoor. |mn Main .treet.) .eplStf
AUCTION SALE
On Thursday Sept. I»th,
AT 10 OCL ICK.
At No. 313 N. MAIN ST.,
One thouaand dollar, worth of
Dry tloods. Hoot* nnd Shoes,
DATS. SPOOL SILK, OVKRHAI'LS, etc.. to
clou- n ]iartiiemhip iii-r.iu-.t. Mil t ln-siiil on thill
<Uy ..it ii mr.Nl in aa
NORTHCHAI TS . CLASH,
aeptli -It Auctioneer..
WM. J. LEMP'S
Western Brewery,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Has eatablialietl an agency her., and the world
IIM.IHI Haa, ia wiling at S OTt. A GLASS at
C. /ISSIG, 24 N. Main Struct,
pai'i, iHtutm,
Corner ol Spring .ud Second.
MtiIUGH At MAS lEY,
aep 12.1 Opp. New Freight Depot.
CARMELITA."
Thisdehgldful residence is now open tor bSMsV
Rooms Airy and spacious.
Au Excellent Table.
TGRMB REASONABLE.
Apply to
num. .Ik vwi O. * %it It
Corner Colorado Stieet and Utangv Grove A\ enuu,
Fasadenn. seiiu
Try Davis'Writ ing Tablets
The tiest for the money evur oSerud the trails.
Call .til examine them. Also v fine line of Crane's
Ladies' Note and TTfI.IT tine paper<*. Lichtenher
ger's new lllock, Fimt StftSl sell at
FOR SALE.
Lot 48, Watts' Subdivision
b ol SSS Rufael lUiaho, containing 20 acres.
Also Lot 8, Same Traci,
l\o IrriKUiiou nt-rdril; Artesiaii
Water above aud below.
OutsuU> the Frost Belt; Can
Raise Tomatoes and Beans
the Entire Year.
Located between the city and Pasadena
frlee s)00 per Acre, Caah.
Apply to I>H. T. 0. UARKS, (in the afteiooon
oidv.l No. "<) Watei street, K.ist Los Angelea.
«ell lw
Proposals for Virfcrin Street Sewer.
Notice ll ticreli.s given tliut sealed propMw.li
will be recehed by the umlei-sigriwi up to thu
inet-tmg of tliu Ciiunril of tin; .dt> of Lou Angeles
„i M-pteinlier liJtl, A. I». ISS-'t, ft>r the ruii.-,l l u.'tii.ii
of the
Virgin MtrsMl Meut-r.
All propnMH.M otfered uliall be accompanied by a
check, i-iUrtble to the or.ler uf the HUyor of the
t:it\of Uh Angeles, and certilled by a responsi
ble hank in au amount of at least SVB.SI.
The Council reservea the right to reject any
and all Mss.
Rv onier of th« Council of tho city of Los Au
geliin, at iU nuK'tini: nl >eptt inher Sth. IHBB.
W. W. ROBINSON.
Clerk ot the Council of the City of Los Angel.-*.
L.« AiiL. it-. Se|.letid.er loth, A. 0 ISK3.
sell 8t
Proposals for Pearl Street Sewer
No. 1.
Roties Is bsfsb/ gtvsfl that assise, proposal*
will be receivtHl hj the uudersiKm;d up to the
met-ting "f the Coun. il ol the City of l.os Angelea
of September "J-d. A. I>. ISH3, lor the construe
lion ~1 lbs
I'earl Mtreet Hewer Xo. I.
All pn»|Hs*«l* ofTere I -nhnll be acrotnpanißd by a
■ hefk, payable to the or.ler of the M»>or of the
t in of Loh Anvtele-, ami .vrtitliil tn v
hleibank in an ■SjSlllll of at leant fM,
Th- Coin., il rei.in.-s tli. right to reject any
and all bid*.
Hv order ol the Council of tho nt> of Urn An
geleit, at Its nicttiiiL uf Sept. sth, A. It. WHS.
W. IT, ItoHINSON,
it. iU of the Council of the city of Los Angeles
Ltm Angnlix, Si i.teiiiluT loth, A. I). 1883
sell St
AUCTION SALE.
ON tBI I'RKMHKS.
K|irhi(£ Street, tH't. sth a Uth,
* ON
Wednesday, September 12th, 1883,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Allthe Funnture, and Household and Kitchen
fanUursof U rooms, conslstinu of Walnut and
Ash lte.lroi.iu Sets, lfi Fancy Chairs, WartirolM-s,
Lounges, Chi nets, Uryu EtangS, Coppor Uoiler,
hiU-I.eii and I'iniiig Kouui Furniture, Silverware.
IHahea, trie.
Sale posituc kiul without reserve .
SORT IICRAFTS a CLAKK,
s*2td Auctioneers.
FOREIGN.
The Vmy* urJuiuew tM)< i mull -
Htutemeiit in the Prlaoner.
I.n nti'oin., Sept. 11. James afoDof
tnott, in custody on the charge of being
connected with the dj iiamite conspiracy,
WM brought before Lhe Court to-day,
but was again remanded, owing to Ihe
fact that thu case for the prosecution is
not complete. Mcllciinott, at his pre
vious bearini;, presented the following
document, with a request to be allowed
to punt il: "lam not permitted to see
any newspapers, and, consequently, 1 am
ignorant of what i.s going mi in the
world outside my cell dour. I have
just been informed, however, that some
perfbu aarned James Malley, and styl
ing himself a refugee from Cork, has
been ventilating hia opinion through
par tie <in America concerning me. I
don't know, and never heard before, of
James Malhy. That he is a fugitive
from justice is not only possible, hut
probable. Hut iv claiming to be a polit
est rcfugeo from Cork, or elsewhere in
Ireland, there is no doubt that James
Mulley is a mendacious liur ami a dan
gerous impostor.
(Signed] J v . MoDmmoct,
H. M. Prison, Walton."
Illot ut 4 antoiiCuiiNtMl h) the Kill-
iuic or v 4 liiiinmaii.
London, Sept. 11. A Hong Kong
special says: A riot oceorrod ut
CeQ ton to-day, caused by a number of
sailors killing a Cbinanmn in an affray.
The rioting caused a great sensation in
all oircles, und will, it is feared, result
in a Collision between the Krench Slid
Chinese. Two war steamers started
from Botig Kong MJ plot, ct life mid
property at < 'anion.
tattle llisrnsr Iv I: au la n.l.
LomON, Sept. 11. The spreinl of the
oatUe disease in •very portion of Kng
html causes the greatest uneasiness. In
some section* "idy Amerieoii beef ia now
Obtainable, Reports from Scotland
Mate that the disease has uot vet up*
POOTOd there.
AuMti-fa Will |laa Kvtrriite Meaa
\ h:\na, gapt. It. The Minister of
Foreign Affairs lias sent a dispatch to
ail ft orsnata tires of Ano oris abroad hv
fornnni; them of the precise status of
the insurrectionary movement in Croatia,
nml announcing the determination of
the uovcrnmeut to use extreme meas
ures f .suppress the rebellious move
ment forthwith.
<■ rent lenient Aiiioiiicni the
( hilirse IVara lor the Miit'ety
of t'orelffuera.
Canton, September 11. Inning the
riot the mob threw ont the contents of
the buildings attaeheel to thu L'uion
wharves, ami looted them. The riot
lasted scvcrul hours. Order was not
restored until the arrival of Chinese
troops. The natives are bo excited
Against foreigners that a renewal of the
riot is momentarily expected.
The I.i piiiiii Meoiirtt*' IMNHppear
la*.
Ai.kmm»kia, September 11 There
are numerous attacks of cholera Mill,
hut the average daily deaths are reduced
;tn loaf, The mortality in tho provinces
j also is rapidly diminishing.
The llelielllon In Croatia.
Ar.RAM, Sept. 11. The .Mayor has
issued a proclamation forbidding the as
sembling of groups of persons for any
purpose, nml prohibiting neople from
walking abroad after dark. Tbe Hun
gariaa IVime Minister has suiiitnonrd
the principal notahlee lo Agrum, inclu
ding the former Ban, to consult upon
the situation and advise means for sup
pressing the disordere.
The Lot AnQclt Daily Herald, thr
rtprmoaUativt journal of Southern Cali
fornia, tcill htrtttj'trr /„■ tlelinred to suit
l fritters at Jifteen eenii ,i wetk, serrate
rent* ti month, and ssi-en dollars a year
[to sulHribert ly mail.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CAND Or ACKNOWLEDGMENT.
Loa Akoxxbk, Cal, Hept. H, 1881.
ftliLBS llaos., AgsnU rhanls and Home Insur
ance Oompardoa - (JsarLgnss: At the reouaat
of Chas. smith, Esq., of Downey City, I express
hi. high appreciation of your promptness in pay
ing within fire days after ths Are the Insurance
policies held by him In your companies.
This recognition is due you, for tbe policies of
the i onipeiile»you represent constitute insurance
which really insures one against loss to the ex
tent of the amount of thu insurance on the prop
erty destroyed.
Yours truly,
sep7 lw Ml WICKS.
Forces of
LECTURE BY
BISHOP H. W. WARREN, D. •„
IN THE
Fort St M, E, Church,
!mOS»AY. SEPT. 10, 1883.
AT 7:15 P. IL
Proceeds to be Applied
Building Fund of
GRACE M. E. CHURCH.
Adinla.lon. 50 Vrntn.
.ep» It
$10,000 in Premiums.
THE FOURTH ANNUAL FAIR
The Sixth District Agricultural
ASSOCIATION
will b, l.elr) at
LOS ANGELES,
OCTOBER BTHTO I3TH INCLUSIVE
| Every aria rig eiriefi, has buen made tor the liuest
exhibition ever given In the State
The Uubv Shun stud Fifty
Uile Kate
j srlU be hereafter,
SPEED PROGRAMME.
rilttl lsa> Holiday. Ort 'f Hth.
I No. 1. l>iitrict trotting, 2:4oclass. Ps)twi44a,
No | Oinri. t pacing, 3 minute class. Purse
I si! 00.
I No. 3. District running, (or 2-year-olds, i roils
dash. Purse *2iW.
No. 4, Di-iiri. i luiir.uiu, 11 p« for all, mile dash
| I'rlrsc *3(Xt.
|Mr I I>ay Tueatlay. October Uth
Ne. ft. Uietrict trotting, 3 minute chus. Purse
I N.i. tl. District Bicycle race, mile daab. Gold
medal, first prize: silver medal, second prise.
No. 7. Ten mile running, free to all riders in
the SUte, to ride one or more horses. Purse *200.
No. H. District mnning, free for all graded
horses, 1 mlleand repeat. Purse *£&0.
Third Day Wednesday. Oct. 10th,
No v. District Trotting, 2;Socta*6. Purse 1500.
I No. 10. Ton Mile Ladies' Race, change horses
' each mils. Entrance free. Purso *160.
| No. 11. lUstria runiiiNu, nui.ii.nd repeat.
Purse #400.
Fourth l>ay Thursday. Oct 11th.
- No. It, District trotting, 2:45 class. Purse
No. VJ. Dlatrlct trotting, for S-year-oidi, milo
heats, best 2hi .1. Purse jH!6O.
No. 14. District .running, for 2-year obK i mili
dash Purse 9300. If ten or more entries, SIUO
rirth Us) Trldsv. Oftoht-i 14th.
No. 15. District trotting, MM class. Purse
•600.
No. 10. District running, lor graded horses, if
mile dash. Purse S3OU.
No. 17. Running, free for all. 2 mile dash.
Purse *3i«
tllxth l»ay Saturday, Oi-t. lSth.
No. 18. District trotting, for 3-year-olds. Purse
•300.
No. 19. Trotting, free lor all. Purse ioOO.
No. 20. Breeders' Stallion Racer rolls dssh for
2-year-ulds, weights to rule. Open to colls of
stallions entered. Entries for Stallions to close
on September Ist: fee sIUO. Entries for the race
close September 15th. Open to the world. Stab
hi.ro entered August 10th: A. J. Hutchinson's
Hock Hocking, D. Reichard dt Co.'a 'Hanlwood,
K. J. Baldwin. Uriinstod, E. J, Bablwin's Huther
ford.
No. 21. Novelty race, two mile da*h, free for
all; *a i to winner of the first one-quarter mile;
sJjij to winner of first one-half mile; 450 to win
ner of first mile; *7r> to winner uf mile and one
half; 412b to wluner of the dash.
Records made subsoquent to September 1,1883,
will not bar entries Id 2:30 or 2:36 clause*.
Entries to above races to close with the Secre
tary on Saturday, September If., 188 S.
F. J. BARRETTO, President.
E. A. DkCani', Secretary. au2B
Grave Stones.
WHERE IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE
TO BUYACRAVE-STONE?
AT
O'NEILL & GANSS,
14 Eatst First Street.
A c are retiring from the business, and offer a
lance and beautiful assortuieut of finished work
at cost. Call early and select, and rem>.'Luher we
do not employ any agents to charge you an
extra 35 per cent. se6 lm
i F
RANDOLPH HEADERS.
MOWING MACHINES,
HORSE RAKES,
FARM WAGONS,
BPRING WAGONS,
HEADER*TRUCKS,
CARRIAGES & BUGSIES,
Cheap Tor Cash at
REES&WIRSCHING'S,
123. 125 and 127 Los Angeles Street,
LOS ANOELES, CAL K-V. 6m
PORTLAND DEMENT,
Reduced from
*«...-.<» to «4.!i5 iter Barrel.
CEMENT PIPE
Low Rates.
APPLY TO
N, W. Stowell & Co.,
as! Los Angeles.
sep9 lw
New Saloon.
The Semi-Tropic.
Chas Eaton, ot the Pico House Saloon, will
o]>eii . first claw saloon at
No. II South Spring Street,
Two doors south of the Nadeau Hotel,
so? st Express copy.
MARRIED
DIED.
NEW ADVERTISBMENTB.
Our Bazaar J OUR BTOOK 18 !
Cm Filled with Novelties pj Our Bazaar
Visitors are not sx- .... a ...
Of every description, especially adapted for Presents.
peoted to purchase, * We have P re P !U ' a<i
yefverytogUfor WE KEEP FOR CHILDREN . ™-°p"
,aI P . and price. otft A aMortment o( TOYH and gln( j, rearten Ooai ,_ Luuch gffl ] TtoSori to the city,
... Pall". Strap., Ban, etc.
are marked in and hope oar ou«
-plain S B «re S . fcj FOR YoTIRIoTsSOTHERS ora« aad ,r.„d.
Oar attendants are Th. Br.ct .elation ol CHILDRBVa CABHIAURa will feel at liberty to
- ever offered at prices in contestable,
employed to answer [ bring all straut?srs to
.nane.tion.acdde. FOR EXCURSIONISTS, *tj\ nnrßssasr
The beet aborted stock of Trunks, Valuta, Basket*, Hshiog Tao \J\XL Uaiitsaii
scribe quods and jmrnx sis; also Travelers' sundries, Cotubs, Brushes, Perfumery "/Vi
/MM aadßoaps. JsaA whether they wish
their uses. Do not NNNNN FT 1
FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. ■SB] to pureba., or not
hesitate to call at
Don't neglect posting yourself iv our prices on Plated Ware, Out
ler.v, Cabinet Wars, Toilet Articles, Picture Frames, Bric
r\K\ a-Brao, etc. _
23 23
I flff II yon are returning home yon will find a choice SSStI
ATOP TIT PSBj selection of present, auitable for all agei, aud at prioea a^.
liUAin • " to meet your purK, however full or empty it may be, NORTH
MAI N P MESSING, BAUM & CO., MA I N
STREET. Q McDonald Block, 28 M. Main St. Q STREET.
aulO
WANTS— LOHT—FOUN D.
SITUATION WANTED
Am housekeeper by a lady from the East; best of
reference* Address W. W., Herald <>ffl.-n.
sell lw
WANTED.
A ■ituation aa housekeeper by a young woman
of experience; widower preferred. Address M.
T M , Herald offloe. sell lw
VINE*ARDISTS. ANTENTION.
Situation wented br a cooipstent man as vloe
yardlst and wine maker. Address WINK M AKKH,
Herald offloe. sell St
•10 REWARD.
Lost on Hon lay afternoon, oo Main street, be
tween ths Court House and the Cathedral, a
lady's enameled gold watch, with chain and pin
aitache.l, pin enameled, with the letters "L. C-"
engraved un it. The finder will receive the above
reward oa returning the property to I>. DES
MONDS II \T Sl'OllE, Main street, opposite tbe
U. 8. Hotel. sell St
WANTED.
A girl r . M.. cooking and geueral houiiework.
Apply to 453 H. SprliiK Street. ses tf
SITUATION WANTED.
By a young man who Is a good hookkeepsr, a
rapid and fair wrltar, and who speaks and writes
English, French, German and Spanish. Apply at
thi* office. au2s
FURNISHED ROOMS
Waatedbva Professor of Music In exchange for
Piano or Organ lessons. Address PROFESSOR
ll , P. O. Box 1089. ssolw
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
BTORE ROOMS TO LET.
Inquire at No. SO Aliso street. Also furniihad
rooms, eepfl lw
•100 WILL PURCHASE
A luanufaoturlng business and learn tbe trsdo.
APplystO. J. SHr-.PHKRD'S Fruit Warehouse,
on Pacheoo street, close to Main. seS St
FOR SALE.
Lots P and U,, iv Block 16tf, Santa Monica.
Price MM
HUMPHREYS S MI NT Lb,
ss«lui Santa Ana, Cal
FOR SALE.
r. S. Palmer's subdivision ol Blook nj, East Los
Angeles Ih now offered for sale in city lota. It ia
without doubt tho finest location for residences
in ttie city. One hundred and eighty-three fast
on Downey Avenue, close to the electric light. A
double row of treed all around, and fre* from
dust. SeeT. S. PALMER, No. 001 Downey Aye.,
East Loa Angele*. eed lw
TO LET.
A cottage of dye rooms, ball, bath-room and
pantry, in a desirable locatioL. Enquire at No.
S& Charity street. sepD lw
FOR RENT.
A good house with three acres of land. A well
of good water on the premises. On Tenth street,
near Pewrl.
Also, for sale, horse, wagon snd harness.
Inuuire of MRS. RHEI'TK, st No. 30 Wllming-
TO LIT.
KINK LARGE STORES to let in Arcadia
Block. Apply to
lmjngtt RoBT. ft BAKER.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Two scan team Horses. One hoary truck
ing team; one heavy lumber wegou; on* express
wagon and two - v of team harness. Apply
soon to WASHBURN BROS ,
au7tf 100 First St., opposite Nadeau Block.
FOR SALE.
Building lots in the KerekhorT tract.fronting
on Main and Los Angeles Ntruots. .ipply on the
promitios. mxotf
RUBINEBB FOR SALE.
A fiinall amount of Capitol will puretueie an
established business, cunt rally located. Apply to
11. U. SMITH,
!• ■;..(! Over First National Bank, Room 6.
EMPTY WINE PIPES FOR SALE
If applied for soon. KOHLF.R A FROHLING,
Seventh Street, between Alameda and Sm Poriro
Streets. huIS 2w
FURNISHED ROOMS.
Pleasantly*located and neatly furnished,
TO LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE,
Comer Fort and Franklin streets, one block from
Postofflce. dSltf |
FURNISHED ROOMS AMD ROARO.
Large rooms, with modem conveniences and
ineviv furnished, to let en buite or single with
board. Situation unsurpassed for health aud
comfort and only a few steps from business
KIMBALL MANSION,
NEW HIGH ST., NEAR TEMPLE. .1
FOB BALE, CHEAP.
MLOTS IV MOCK "X. 'ot the HOTT Tract
on Pearl and Third atreet.; prion riuiniiiK Irom
f175 to *250. Tenu, May.
E. H. BENTLKY,
86 and 87 Temple Block, Loa Ang«lM, IV
hUtl
VIVA MEXICO I
73rd ANNIVERSARY
— 09 —
Mexican Independence
I6th of September.
GRAND PICNIC
with usual attractions, st
CITY GARDENS,
AT —
TURNVEREIN HALL,
Under the auspice, ol the
Toting Spaiiiath-Americaii!. aud
I'nion Bund.
RECEPTION COMMITTEE:
Judiie V Sepulvcila, Hon R F del Vail.,
11 "ii SSI White, Col A W PotU,
J Downey Harvey, .. F de Cell.,
Tonuu P.loiuariM, W R Rowland,
Janiee Howard, Joae de la l.uz Machado.
FLOOR COMMITTEE
J II Onando, Ed Mellu., L Soto.
OENERAL MANAGEMENT
J A Kerry, V Bllderraln,
E A lie Camp, P Ijumln.ue..,
E Heamr.u, M Velasco.
OOOD MUSIC AND OOOD TIME :
W Tlekfta on Male Rrrrywherr.
aulctd
GRAND BA LL
7.lit Auivrmry ar the
Independence of Mexico,
TURNVEREIN HALL,
September 17th, 1883.
Committee of Arrangements.
Hon. H. F. Dal Valle, J. 0. Fstudillo.
Nicola. Covarrutilai, Juan J. Fotaler,
Alliert llimpau, B. A. Yorlia,
A. W Pom, C. E. Mile.,
A W. Ryan, Kill. Powell,
F. Ploo, R. A. Llnir,
P. Ballade. H. Cellertln,
V U Sun. 1..- M. Hlrlftoyon,
J B. .Handle.. P. Damnetto.
Floor Manairer J. C. Kay«.
Admlftalo*. to Hall (including Lady
and Oentleman) II OO
aultd
We will pay $10 reward
for the arrest and convic
tion of the person mutil
ating the sample goods or
show windows in front of
our store.
W. W. A S. A. WIDXEV.
»c 6 lm
.0 S
THE SNUG.
No. 4 S. MAIN STREET.
(Next door to CONFIDENCE ENGINE HOUSE.)
HENRY,
Formerly No. 10 Commercial St.
BUT LIQUORS, BIER AND CICARS.
fif-Come ud ccc me.
J3ltr HENRY NORBOE.
FREDERICKSBURGH
Lager Beer Hall,
Oor. San Fernando & Sotelo Sts.,
JAKE tSERKINS, Proprietor.
A large consignment of this tsmous User has ar
rived and will be constantly on draft. Large and
Une assorttnsnt of
i Wines, Liquors A Cigars.
Loa Angeles Agency for the Celebrated
FREDERICKSBURGH LAGER BEER,
Give us a Call. mlO lm
C^Ni^&lKlr^
Billiard Parlor and Saloon,
No. 20 MAIN STREET.
HOUSE FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Host Improved pattern, ol Billiard Tables
THE FIHEST LIQUORS & CIGARS
Always on hand. Olve us a call.
allt
OOL P JMf JBIA.
Bicycles and Tricycles
FOR SALE BY
H. KERCKHOFF, Agent.
Also parts of machines and sundries.
5191 Main »treet. or P. O. Box OS.
t&T Circulars and price lists on application.
au29 I in
FOR SALE.
AN IMPROVED PLACE OF
IBi Acres, with Water Right,
! situate in the Atbambra Tract, Han Gabriel
Valley. The Improvements consist of
A House of Four Rooms,
and detached Kitchen, Stable, Corral, etc.
Urounds planted with
400 Bearing Orange Trees,
half budded, half sssdling;slx acres bearing Blaus
Elbcn Grapes, balance In deciduous fruits, Apples,
Pears, Peaches, etc., all of the best varieties.
File**. ass.SOO. Terns Easy.
Apply to *J. PI Hi XI.L.
sel lm S»n Gabriel,
Naud'sWarehouse
WEYSE BROS. & CO.,
PROPRIETORS
Brain Stored!; Lowest Rates
Money advanced on Ware
bouse Receipts at « per cent,
on sums of SI.OOO and up
wards.
Jyla-lm
O. WHITD,
REAL ESTATE OFFCE, Room ,» Tempi. Block,
Opporiti .Ins Tics Liso's Court a, 8m
Professor Louis Adams,
Who has had twenty-seven years experience a. a
teacher, wl>l give lessons in the French Language
at hi. otHoe, No. 84 ilaaer Blook, or at pupil« res.
Idenee, on moderate teriiiß. Inferences: Mr.
Kuirene Meyer, French I'on.ul, Miss Monoman,
J. M. Orifllth, Mrs. Blahop Kip, O. A. Loblnson,
and many other.. rkV-. JytS Im
LUOIUS BAKSR.O.R.I
SURVEYING 4 ENOINF.EHINO OFriCE A
Normal School. P O. Box 1227. JelB lm
TUTT'S
PILLS
TORPID BOWELS.
DISORDERED LIVER,
and MALARIA. _ m
From these source. arUe throe-fourtn. oi
lie diseases or the human raco. These
lymptomslndicate Uiolrexistence: I.oas of
tppatlU, Bowrll costive, Slcls Heart
.she, fUllne.B nftar eating, aversion to
• i«.-lion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability or tamper. Math
■plrits, A fee lino; Of hairing neglected
•oma duty, ■>! tal.iess,Fluttering nt th.
Heart, Dots before th. eyes, hlghly sol
ved ferine, « OIYBTIPATIOST, and de
nand tho ttso of a remedy that act. direct!}
»the Liver. Aa a Llrer mod lolne TUTT*.
PILLS have no equal. Their action on tht
Kidney, nnd Skin la also prompt; remorlug
ill Impnritles through the.o three " asar
rngers of th. .y.tem," producing appc
tlm. Bound digestion, regular stools, a.oloa,
.kinaadavlgorouabody. TOTPHPsXLa
onuse no nausea or griping nor interfere
with dally work and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Mileverywhsre.aim. Onlre,44MurraySt.,N.T,
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Gray Hair or Wiiiskkm changed In
slantly to a QLOSST Black by a single ap
plication of thi. DTK. Sold by lirugglsu
or sent by expree. on receipt of SI.
Offloe, 44 Murray Street, New York.
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE.
AS UP GO
Smiling Patrons through our Aisleways,
As Down Go
Satisfied Purchasers towards our Doorway;
I3ST GO
The ceaseless crowds through our entrance way.
OUT OO
Happy, smiling, Bargain-laden Fair Ones; oa
the sidewalk; in the street cars; at tea-tine; while
receiving friends; while making calls; at the theatre;
at all times, in all places, 'tis said, so we are told,
that this week and till further notice the PEOPLE'S
STORE will close out several lines of
CHOICE sSXZ-KS,
In plain and High Fancies, at less than original in
voice price.
As we are large consumers, and buy and sell in great
quantities, our Fall Trade was anxiously courted by the
largest houses in the United States, and have purchased
vastly in excess of our expectations, by reason of the
gigantic reductions made to us on our Fall purchases.
Therefore we are compelled to realise on our home stock,
and will rid ourselves of current goods in-order to have
immediate use of our capital.
Those expecting to buy cheap Dress Goods can, during
the next two weeks, get silks for the same outlay.
People's Store
JAOOBY BROS.
■ ■ <•*
Retail Department.
Aftar thi. data w. will poatU.aljr
SELL NO GOODS ON CREDIT
All parties iadebtad to v will plaua aattW thai.
! WITHIN TWENTY DAYS,
t. altar that data coUaotioD. will ba antormd.
JAOOBT BROS.
Auipm 27. 1888. auWtf
H. FINNEY,
SEARCHER OF RECORDS,
Room ft, - ■ Mom Blook,
NOTICE
Water Consumers
From and after to-day consumer, will please
uaa tha dty water lor sprinkling aad Irrigating
purposes only daring the evening, ttwimenctag
at fi:3o P. H,, and ending: at 7:90 a. a
liy order of the Hoard.
8. H. MOTT, Secretary.
Loa Angeles, September 8, ItaS. seal lat
MULES JM SALE,
Will ha sold at public auction, Lb at tbe
Court House, Hpring street, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1883,
at 12 o'clock M,
to tli. hi»li,-i biddar lor caah, a pal. "I
FINE WORK MULES.
now mod at tha County Ho.pltal.
My order ol tha Board ol Bup.rYi.or.,
, u ,td A. W. POT IS, Clark.
Building Association.
X you wsat to borrow money, to bs paid back
in monthly instalments, for the purpose of pay
ing off a mortgage on your home, or of buildlmc
you a house, or ll you want to secure a house and
lot to ha paid for tn monthly payments, enbscrilm
(or a few shares of stock In Savings Fund and
Building Society of Los Angelee. Or li you want
to lay up a little each month out of your earn
ings where tt will ba safe anil yidid a Utter inter
. Nt than any savings Unit, subscribe at once for
shares.
For full informstion apply to
E. 11. BENTLKY, Secretary,
my23tf 80 and 87 Temple Block, Los Angels*.
FOR SALE.
Two very desirable residence lots, fronting on
Buena Vista and New High streete, near Temple
Also two choice lota In East Loa Angeles, ad
joining tho Presbyterian church. Apply at Kim
ball Mansion, 191 New High strwt. autttf
NOTICE.
All persons are warned against trusting my
alls on any account, as she has voluntarily left
my bed and board.
f. MILTONBCRU.
Tucson, A. T.„ Septeuberl, 1888.
CALIFORNIA
Confectionery, Restaurant and
CANDY WORKS,
Heal* at all Hour. lee Cream al
wa), on Hand.
L. BRENCKLE & CO., Props,
No. 85 N Main St.. Lo. Angalaa.
au27 lm
PALACE HOTEL
This house, occupying an entire block in the
center of San Fnmcisoo, is ths model hotel of ths
world. It has double the accommodations ut any
other house In tha city; is thoroughly Are and
earthquake proof; and has flvs broad easy stalr
wsys, and five elevators. Every room Is extra
large, light aud airy. Tha system of ventilation
is perfect. A bath and closet adjoin every room
Guests Entertained on either
the American or European
Plan.
A restaurant is connected with the Hotel, and
Is the finest in the city.
People from the interior of ths SUte visiting
San Francisco, either for bunnies or pleasure,
will flu* the Pslace, centrally located as it Is, ths
pleasant*** and most economical Hotel In the
ssfltf JOHN SEIKJWICK, Manager.
Wells of Water.
JACK BAISLEY,
Th» < haniplon Wfll Borer «t* thr
Pari Mr «'oa«t. is again In the field, prepared
te sink artesian wells through boII, bouldera or
rock. HU tools are the best ever made in Los
Angele*, and all his work is Ant-class.
He refers to Mr. L. J. Rose, J. E. Hollenheck,
Harper, Reynolds *k Co.. and a hundred others
for whom hs has made welts without fail. His
address will be at Harpei, .teynolds st Co.'s.
muil lm
Boston Market
Corner of Sth and Murine* Sta.
All kind, ol fresh nutata, canned meat., ham,
lard, ale.
Poultry, Butter and Egrira.
FRESH FRUITB AND VECETABLCI.
Haat. kupt Iruali In lUMfantor. AU rooda
dallvarad Ira. » ul, »'
C. O. OILLMOKK, Proprietor.
W. L. WILLS, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon,
Omoa, ffl 8. SPRING ST., ROEDER BLOCK.
Olflc. Hour.—B to 9a. and Ito S and
T lo 8 I. *•""

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