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LOS ANGELES MARKETS.
d.r.l quality. ddjw*»i et etore » ■•'••« '»
ttai. dty. Smell peroale, °- ivmlltto. or ..tt.
choice gndea are «* OU *"*
pe*e ot thia mmftf be toned » "I
l.anaactlou. on -Chaw, with • <■»«•
market —»* 'UIOUWf LOWBBI
BID ASUO
no. i» «»
do No.B 11
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Sm.ll whit.
now* mi ,S5
Ur.ii 16 °°
Mixed feed 1 *>
Oraoked (lorn 1 66
do Barley new JJ
Ground ito . S?
Rolled do *>
Potato eooke 6
Lubrioatlnp olt, gal w
Oreln bur.: M 1
Mill a»ok> Jj
Liverpool returned el
French raturned r 'l
Calcutta, 5MX36, .pot M
Oakland Jute <l
ilav
tkul.y, wile baled 10 J 0
Rarlev. ru.., baled 10 00
Milled R. B '« 00
W. B. Allan.
R B '0 00
Wheat » •>
PnUtoea. M
}\ A. tarty Roae, new «0
lrlab Heantlea Swd »
tw ~XT?. ■
While 1 60
Loa Angela, roll No. 1 J*
Northern. do JJI
Pickled, oew do *»
Mlieil Store do
Firkin (Cal) « » *»
Owacae:
a
Alainito., Mbe, haul I<l
Bain... M
Eitrectod, Ihrht »t 0
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Union., new 16
Chili™ I «> I Ml
Oariic » «1
Cabbage par lIM, *>
8 00 ito
do Dwarf 8 60
B.youa »60 460
live 8 00
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Red Kidney « 60
Poultry '
U. 1.. 6 00 fl 76
Old rooetan 6 Oo
Kooetera. "0 6 SO
Broiler. - - S M • <"
Turkey a. 10
. Jjuoki. 6 0. («» 8 60
aiooae. par pell 600 «00
M 7 00
Prlal rrulr
Al>rta.,o*W,«»aporalod...
Pear. - - |»
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Light Bacon '
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HUert wool, ft* • J>
Long wool, «di I»
Hbaarllnga 10
«m,Wi Russian baths, located Mo.
K6)faiv St.. opposite the Pioo Hotlae.
g rl and ladiea attended to by
ijmiaaa mt thei* own aei.
. A i»oaittT«*nre for dyapepala—Dami
ana num. Miohal Levy A Co., whole
•ale liqaor seal Ms, agente.
If yea went * 'good appetite, drink
Damiana Hittera. Miobel Levy A Co.,
wholeaeie liquor dealers, agents.
All respectable dealer, keep Damiana
Bitten. Michel Levy A Co., wholesale
. liquor dealers, egonte.
SLEEPLESS NIOHTS made miners
-lile by tbat terrible ooagb. Shiloh'a
• Core ia tbe remedy lor you. Sold by C
,K. Heinxemeu. 122 North Main atreet
Eaatern tnnaplanted oysten for one
.dollar per can, at Bob'a.
To tha Ladiea.
Masing juat rawetved a large conelgn-
BBsrrt ef tho latest atylea of ladiea' and
eUldrra'a dreee and ann-haU direct from
New Vwfc. and being late in tbe aeaaon,
I will acS them at New York prices.
Mrs. I>. OoTTiiKir,
lm i«24 IIS Pint Mt.. Nadeau Block.
j Livery Btables oast Corrals For Bala.
Temple atreet tUfaies and oorraU will
Tbeatold with or wituoat tba livery. Tbe
nee of location ia guaranteed 'or yean,
nuS iraeiueee will he eeatisued if not
sold. I wiab to aell immediately and
atneeiur. Oso. O. tomtr.
Grand Central Hotel.
Twaaaesant upright pianos and parlor
organa, all nearly new, lor aals at a
bargain at 1" alentine'a mnaio store. Il
fIOOGH and Consumption
atkre iaaolil by a* on a guarantee. It
* u «a, couaampttoa. Hold by a V.
atreet.
Caeiaj-geet .took of drnga, medicinea,
narfssueriea and toilet articlea in Sooth
n CaUCersU, at C. V. Heinieman'a.
Damiana Bitten rognlatea the atomaoh.
Michel Levy A Co., wholesale liquor
assists, ageuta.
The Meiioan remedy far disease.i of
the kidneys aod bUvUer ia Damiana Bit
tan. M. Iff A Co., wholesale agenla.
Por health, strength nn.l vigor drink
Damiana Bitten. M. Levy A Co
wholeaale agenta. ,an» ly
V. Liudqutet, mi l . hunt Uilor, No. 20
;3pring atreet, la himeelf a praottfal <rat-
aud, having had ampin aipcrieuoe
ia San FraucTaoo aod Lo. Aitgelea,
i knoara how to meet tlie requirement* of
•his customer*. He keeps a (ull supply
of tli. beat cloths cottatantly on hand
■and makes ttuun uo "upmi honor."
Spanish language. By ftoL A. Coyaa,
•4 Main Streat. __ dll-ly
sUilies who are troubled with cram pa
■nd narvousuee* etiotild drink Damiana
Bitten. It I. planeant to take.
ARK YOU MADK miserable by ludi
oration, Constipation, Diaciuee*, Lose of
Appetite, YeltowSklnf Shiloh'a Vitalizer
na poaitive cure. Sold hy C. ►'. H.Uue
man 124 North Main atreet.
You will never have a aour atotnach
if yon drink iramiana Hitters.
Damiana make, the old young and
tbe weak atrong and healthy. Michel
Levy A Co., wholeaale liquor dealers,
agent,
Damiana m.kea tbe old young and tbe
weak atrong and healthy. M. I<evy, A Co.,
wholeaale liquor dealers, agent*.
Call at C. K. Heinaemnn'e Drug Store
for West's Nerve and Brain Treatment,
Yon Bulow'a Herman Dyspasia Cure, and
-Hlaven'e California Fruit Salt; t> c only
agent in Loe Aniielee county.
The old reliable store of C. F. Holme
man ia still headquarters for dntga and
medicines. Hehatt fall line of patent
medicine*, selling them in quantities to
rait at Raatern prima.
If yon want a good-fitting trust call
•at 0. K. Ileiurnman a Drug Store, I*4*2
Main street, who keep, tbe largoataa
ewtmunt of traaaaa ou hand in Southern
I California.
DMOratinna aud wall papera, the Queat
aad latest, and tlie greateat variety, at
Kaphnol lima., 141' Mala street.'
THK KkV. UEO. 11. THAY KB, of
Bonrboa, Ind., aaya: "llolh rnyaelf and
' wife owe our livaa to Shiloh'a Consump
tion Car*." Bold by C. V. Ueiniemau,
122 North Main street.
MISCELLANEOUS.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
ThU powder never varies. A marvel of purity
•strength and wholceomonefj. More economical
than the ordinary kinda, and cannot ho aold In vom
petitkMi with the multitude of low teat, ahort
weight, alum or phosphatu powders. Sold oslt ia
caks. Royal liiaisu Powiiau Oa.. 106 WalbeA.
K. V. '
Auction Sales
By JOHN V. BELL & €0.,
KRAL ESTATE ANDORNRRAL AtJOTIONKERS
uriice. Room %% Temple Block, over
the County Rank.
Rea estate In all parta of tbe city, Inolud
lotf residences and busiuess properties, blocks
and ranches, subdivided and sold at aucAlosi or
Appraisements of every description of property
a specialty. Bales made at auction by order of
Courts, Administrators, Executors, Commission
ers, Receivers, Mortgagee- and Trustees, faithful
ly complying with prescribed legal forms.
liou.ua and rooms routed; aasuw* charge of
property, bold power of attorney for absentees,
collect rents, attend to taios, Insurance, street
work, improvements and buildings.
A'ao, auction, horn: sndi arriage mart ami
sales yard, Loe Angeles street, between First and
Second streets
Horses, Carriages,
HARNESS,
Coupes, Landaulets and
Landaus.
ALSO THK
Temple ■ Street Stables,
CORRALS AND PAINT SHOP.
By order of Gei. 0. Ford, Esq., owner, aud pro
prlotor of the Grand Central Hotel.
AT THE
Temule - Street Stables,
On Temple Street, at !» a. m..
Saturday, Sept. 27,1884,
Will be sold without reserve, for IT. 8. gold coin,
the buildii.ga known as tbe Teiupie-street Ht*
bitai, and I erne. Corals, Paint Shop, et ©silent
timber and in good condition
Parties wiahing to purchase the buildings will
E lease boar in mind that tbe business is prottta
le andean be continued right along. 25 board
ers, tine livery, and you can step into a toe Irwt
-•las* paying busim-a*.
HORSES.
1 fine Sorrel, 7 yean old, 1100 pounds.
1 pair of truck or farm horses, 8 yean old;
1250 pounds each.
1 pair of dun carriage pounds each;
1 single black horse; 102& pounds; 7 yean old;
very fee fatuity hone.
1 sorrel single or double; very kind; 6 years old;
1050 pounds
1 span dapple greya, H yean old; 1050 ponnds
each; fine lamlly team; single or double.
1 epaa bay carriage horses; 1060 pounds each;
Bite hank team.
3 eery nice saddle horses for ladies or Rente.
1 span of bays. 5 yean old; 1000 pounds each;
fine fcravelen verrklnd, go single or double.
CARRIAGES.
S eeupee. flue and in excellent condition; 1 lan
dau, 1 fandaulet, 3 decks.
1 very ttao 3 sealed family carriage, new.
1 two-seated ro-'kswa> .
1 eov. red phaetons, nearly new.
2 covered ifOgjriea.
1 open buggy, 1 new t-eeated family covered
spring wagon.
1 peasenger wagon.
HARNESS.
4 aeta hack hern..*. 1 new, 5 medium; t acta
fine plalnted carriage name..
1 wit .ingle coupe harnea., brand aew; 6 eata
single buggy and coupe harnea., all new.
Alao. saddle, robaa, whip, and all tool., etc.,
In .tables.
NOTE The rolling stock, harneaa, etc.: Some
haa been used si, month., the balance is entirely
new .nd all In .aoellent condition. Thia ml.
present, an uncominou opportolty for any party
who wishes to .tap into a Urst class, fin. payinff
livery laieineae
Taraas of aale All Mini, ot ,100 and nnder,
cash In U. S. goU coin: all sums over ,lUO, »v
days; aatiafartory endoned paper at 1 par oent.
added.
Any and all ran b. Men and eaeniined at any
time la-fore the aale. JOHN C. BELL,
sepOtd Auctioneer.
OREAT EVENINO
NEWSPAPER CONSOLIDATION.
LOS ANOELES
ETKNiNO EXPRESS AMD REPUBLICAN,
PUBLISHED
EVERY EVENINO (SUNDAY EXCEPTED)
COMPLETE
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
ABLE EDITORIALS,
ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES.
RELIABLE LOCAL NEWB,
ISTERESTINO MISCELLANEOUS MATTER,
FIFTEEN OKNTS PES WEEK,
SERVED BY CARRIER.
YOU WILL NOT GET
ALL THE NEWS
UNLESS YOt: HEAD THE
EXPRESS AND REPUBLICAN.
LARGE SUBSCRIPTION LIST,
EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
OFFICE IN NADEAU BLOCK,
CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS
OSBORNE t CLEVELAND, PUBLISHERS.
LOS ANOELES
AMD - ■
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY R. R. CO.
Venel« IHr stair.
T*o hundred of the Kirn Mortara-go One
Thoiteeml (ll.UOii) Dollar Uonds, t- aim. 6 ,*»r
c nt liilerest ami maturlnic In tto yean, are for
•ale. Theae boiHln (with tho Interest
will he ottered at a discount ot ID nor rent.
Statement of Btuiness of the L A
& 8. O. V. R, R.
6,(100 Inhabitants between
Loe Angelee and Mud
Nprttifre. at ttHj per an
nual tIOO.COO 00
local rasittaTT Tttmc.
Saa Oabriel Valley foe 90
tl mile*
aide, 940 *quare miles,
or 1.5a.000 acres, at II
per acre swr annum .. wlM.ijoe Og
latatuct lor npenting sa
p-ness &0 per cent. !•»•'- •*>!.,»
I nt.ret on m.QtXibond*
at tt per oent 36,000.00 1U,800.00
Dividend* for stockhold Ti $W,Mo,ofl
Balance, -M 0 80J, yives th* holder a Ift per
cent Inveatment.
Suhacrtptum iKMkii will tHi fnuiwl as the office
of the Toiuiiaiiy iv tlie Raker lll.iok. Munin 21.
I, 11. CARVKR, Room SI.
HON. J. F. CRANK, Praeldsnt
S. P. JEWKTT, Vlco-I'rpsldoiit arwJ Msna tf t-r
tt. WARIIMUKN, aecreUry and Treamirer
_
DANCINQ SCHOOL.
All of he Round Daoea.
TAKaINT IK TEN a.KMMOva
By Profeanor Sullivan . Wonderful Chart System
lertt. Brvson Hall Monday, Wads nisi' aad
Friday KveelafSol aaak weak. asptlo tm
Los AiroKias iuu.* aa&am stmsuy Motmim v, \m.
Grand Picnic
OF THE
Del Valle
GUARD
—AT THK
City Gardens
—OH—
Sunday, Sept. 21st, 1884.
Tho festivities wlllconaUt:
1. A sack race, open to 511... Prlxe 9W
I. Running race Cleveland or Illaiiif Hat
3. Rett standing Jump (with weghte) Hue Rus
sian Leather Note Book.
4. Ladles'raoe Prize Handsome Parasol
6. Beet gentleman dancer, Pine Pair Patent
Leather Pumps. „
6. Beet lady dancer Pine Ksji
7. A prise ot (CO will be given to the hand
somest msn on the ground and to the most
beautiful lady a costly Toilet Nut.
Dancing will be the order of the dsy.
The Committed on Award of Prizes
For Athletic Rxerclses will consist of the fol
lowing well known gentlemen: *
N. A. Coverubias, Major Quo. R. Osrd,
K. M. Barham, A. T. Currier,
Sidney Lacy.
The Committee oa Award of Prlxos for the
handsomest mau and the incut beautiful wontaii
are as follows:
J. Bowney Harvey, W. J. Kingsbury,
Leon J. Hose, •!. T. Ilslfey.
Walter S. Moore.
COMMITTEE ON KKCEPTION:
J. P. Moran, Antolne Roipje,
Harr> Cuutan, Wm Stoemer.
FIX)OR COMMITTEE:
Henry O Helveoy Fred. W. Potts,
Ike Norton, r A. Botello,
C. L. Crux. sepll 'td
THREE NIGHTS ONLY.
acpleraber 15.1 i, l«lh and lTtb.
Royal Spanish Opera Co,,
Comprising 8J performen. A complete
auxiliary corpe.
Fine Orcheetra, Magnificent Wardrobes, Oraial
Monday Evening, Bept. 15th t 1884,
The Company will produce the popular
Comic Opera in three Acta, entitled
Chimes or Normandy!
TUESDAY, SKIT, loth,
EL REL AM PAGO.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17th,
DAUGHTERS OP EVE.
At th« following popular price.:
Balcony, SO
Parquette and Orchestra Chair., $1.00
Ticket, for aale ami seat, reserved at Theatre
Box oltlce, now open daily from 11 o'clock a. H.
ORING A '■ • Managers.
•eptlOtd
CLUB THEATRE.
GRAND OPENING!
FALL AND WINTER SEASON.
Monday, September 15th.
Entirely Reconstructed New.
Deooratioiia. Elevated Boats, New Hoenerr and a
First-class company of Vaudeville Artists.
The (treat Sensational Drama,
THE BOY DETECTIVE.
PRICES AS USUAL. augtlU
THE FULLER CONCERT'
(Tor Beaatt of Orphans' Home )
—at—
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
Tuesday, September 16th.
PROGRAMME—PART FIRST.
1. Organ Voluntary—March Bergmans
Mra 1. E. Flake.
t. Male lyuartette
Mears Abernatky, Millard, Flake and Wallace.
S. Solo—"I wtll Estol the., Oh Lord."
From the Oratorio of Eli CoaU
Mlsi Anni. Fuller.
4. Mo Prof. J. E. Flak.
t. Solo-"Let tho RrlKhl Seraphim."
Frew Sameou Handel
Mlea A. F. Oeorge
PART SECOND.
1. Quartette -"The Lord U My Shepherd."
IMiuoert
llleeee Fuller and Oeorye, Mesdawes Marra
and Mayo.
1 Solo—Orand Aria from Toruuata Team
I teniae Ul
Ma.la ne Marra.
3. Piano Duet— Eliilr ol Lose
Miss Oeorße and Mm. Beach,
• Solo-Aria Irom ber Fralsehnta... You Weber
Miss Anna Fuller.
S. Maie Quartette- The Miller's Daughter.
Hears. Abernethy, Millard, Flake and Wallace.
acptlSUl
O-RANDBALL.
Bevonty-lourth Anniversary al
the Independence of
Mexico,
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF TUB
Hpanlsti-Anierlran I ttiou 4 lub,
AT
SKATING RINK,
September lßth, 1884.
Kk-itiov Cohhitth -A. W. Pett*. X Dilder
rale, V. kl •Mites, A. T. Currit-r, R A. Ltiur, U.
T. H^tttvrd.
riMow i '(iWafirrcß —J. W. Orilßn, C. L. Onu, J.
X, HuKUnvn, K. V. da Ceils.
Oohuittu ur AutaaaUiaUsTt—Henry Ilitarnann,
. t iiiM-io urtte;a, C. Hoesmeu, V, atlhlerratn.
tWftUU
Grand Ball!
SEVENTY-FOURTH ANNIVERSARY
lidependenoe of Mexico,
Nadeaa Hall, Nadeaa Black.
SEPTEMBER 16th, 1884.
RECEPTION COMMITTEE;
lion. R. F del Valle, Vol. H. II Marklnun
N. A. Cavarrublaa, J. O. Katudillo,
J. Downey Harrsv, Col. W. a. Moore,
A. W. Polls, Juan F. For.uir,j
A. W. Ryan, Albert llitnpan.
M. lllrlyoyeu, P. Daraueette.
FUIOR OOMMITTRE:
Jeaue 0. Kays, Abbot Kinney,
M. O Acnlrrr. '■ T. FUluema.
A. O. aanohea.
-.MMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
J. A Jrre. aN. Ollraa,
J D cbsdo, 3. B. Sauches,
B. A. Yorne. |y»l<*»
_
I
FOR LAMPS,
Oas FUturae, Crockery,
Glass WtH,
ETC., OO TO HEADQUARTERS,
o. w. QiaaoM,
110 and 112 N. Main Street.
Ir,'.* vi
septan
ArTEFrottiTEIN WEEKS, _
3. 1. WARNER aaa returned aad can be found
at hi. former ROOM, «, TEMPI.!. BLOCK,
where he will be nleesed to perform the duties
ol NOTARY PUBLIC aim CONVEYANCER tor
el. okl hmmas a»d all ... onae a. wall aa ft tke
pubUo la ,■».,.! aaajaml
."*>- LAWYKKB
j. a dupuy]
LAW OFFICE, No. 84 TEMPLE BLOCK
Residence, No 1018 Olive Street, jetwseo
Eleventh and Twelfth. JylS tin
pwtjenoy,
ATTORNKY-AT LAW,
Room No. 40, Temple Block, L Angeles, Cal.
jelstss
MORTIMER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
74 Temple Block, Los An.relos. Legal agents In
Englsnd and tJaneda. aiyl
a H. BS..MI.EY. J. U. M an. MOTS WICU.
WICKS. LIT AS « BENTLEY,
ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW,
84 AND 87 TKMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANOKLES.
■' eeSOtf
J. 0. IIOW.KD. JOH. RORARTe.
HOWARD tt ROBARTS,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
WUcoi Blook, 40 Spring St., Los Angele,
v. r. .ARDUnUL V. D. mruaAaOM.
Oardiner St Stephenson,
Attorney, bd Counselor, at Law
Ornoa-Rootna 1, i and S, Allen Blook,
CORNER Or SPRING AMI TEMPLE STS,
febmf
OEORGE J. CLARK
NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 11l Wert Pint atreet. Acknowledgement,
of all kinda taken with legal esactnea. uiy.tf
A. O. HOLMES,
NOTARY PUBLIO,
Room 87, Temple Block. (Main atreet aide.
aplStf
GRIFFIN JOHNSTON,
Attorney-at-Law and Exam
iner of Titles.
Room 4 Allen Block, corner Spring and Temple
atraeta, Loa Angelea. Cal. luyO tf
D. IL ADAMS,
ATTORNKY-AT- LAW,
R00m77 Temple Block. Janlltf
J. Brousseau,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
CTNOS. 68 AND 67, BAKEU BLOCK, mrllll
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. URaVKS.
Graves & Chapman,
Attorneys and Counselors at Low
BOOM NO. « BAKER BLOCK. 'el 11
GRIFFIN JOHNSTON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Aad Examiner of Titles.
Room 14, Bumiller Block, Spring- rtreet, Loa An
gelea, Cal. autSltf
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
HOUSES RENTED. COLLECTIONS MADE.
W. A. CLINTON,
(Succeaaor to P. Philip.) Healer In
RBA.Z. H «S» T-JVT U
And Ag-wt for Fire, Lite 4 Aecldant Inanranoe,
• euaaaarrelai Mtreet, Lea Aimelea, Cal
JelaK
11. C. Urahav. GaoßOa J. Clarrr
GRAHAM & CLARKE,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
City ami country property boarhi, aold and
Exchanred. Loana negotiated.
O. J. Clarke, Notary Public and Couveyancer.
I mice 07 Sprint St., Loa Angela., Cal.
myftrif
L. W. DENNIS. C. 0. COOK.
DENNIS 4k COOK
Seal Estate, Loan
.... AID ....
INSURANCE.
•AH BAR KB BIOCK,
Reference.- - Loa Ana-ale. National Bank; Pint
National Bank; law Angelee County Bank.
Hare for aale City Property, iinprored and
unimproved; Vineyard., Orape and Fruit Linda,
lUnchea etc. petit ti
J A FaiacujLn. 0. A. Doauaoa
DOBLHBON 0 FAJRCHILD
REAL ISTATE SISSSSASCE BROKERS
No. tt NORTH SPUING STREET, LOH AN
OILES, WILCOX BLOCK.
eapHU
w. a xHFOtD, jb w. a. Moaroao.
MORPORD & SON,
Real Estate Brokers,
SO. HO NORTH MPKIIVU MT H
Temple Block
Hon sea, Orange tiroves, Vineyards,
Ranchos and Farms
FOR SALE AUD TO LIT.
Baler hy permission to
J. R. Tobennan, Ex-Mayor: Oen. Oeorge
Stoneman, Governor; John E. Plater Prist. L. A.
County Bank; Oen. John Mans Arid, Ei 1.i.-ut.
Oovernor: K. 8. Baker.Mce President L. A.Coun
ty Beak; J. lteßarth Shorb, VlUculturist; E. P.
Spence, President Pint National Bank; I. W.
Ilellruan, Preaideiit Parmer's and Merchant's
Bank dec 7 tf
Frank E. Adams. J. W. Mraaat. Ed R. Adams.
ADAMS, SON ft MURRAY,
Real Estate Dealers sid loner Brokers,
Office, No. SSS PVoo House:
Improved and unimproved City and Country
Property. Onnge Orchards, Vineyards and
Ranches In the best localities in Southern Califor
nia, romtssjaoiidenor eobciWt.
No. SJWPieo Hoosr. N. Main St..l.osAne:.-les, (V
H. J. Woollacott,
26 and 28 SPRIXf.' ST.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Wine and Liquor Dealer,
Pure California fines
AND
BRANDIES
Put up In caae. ready for ahlpuMiit to all part,
ot the Kaat.
Port, Angelica, Sherry,
Muscat, Burger, Zinfandel,
Riesling, Blaue Blbsn.
ALSO A FINE OLD,
Trousseau Port Wine
JESSE MOORE iCO'S
KENTUCKY WHISKIES
For Family ami Medicinal use.
A large assortment of
IMPORTED LIQUORS.
llennenay A Martell Cognaoa,
Jnlea, Robin A Poboon Brandiea.
CHAMPAGNES:
O. H. Mumm, Cachet Blanc, Or«n
Seal, I'omery Ur.no, Kroug, Mon
tinny, I.ouia Roederer.
ENGLISH ALE & DUBLIN STOUT.
Pine Imported Sherry and Port Wlnea,
Benedictine, Cursor*, Fine Old Hol
land Oin by th. pint, bottle or gollon.
I pay particular attention to fceiily trade aad
promptly dellv.r good, to all parta of the dty.
Addreaa aU order, to P. O. Boa rat and will re
ceive prompt attention. Reapeetrolly,
H. .1. WOOLLACOTT.
septs lia
CAPITOL REFINING CO'
STANDARD RJtFINED
COOKING FAT I
Hade from Beef Fat ft Olive Oil.
Per aale by the prloelpal poeem
OFFK.-K-8. Aaaoa
MISCKU.ANKOUM.
BPEOIAL NOTICE
TO THE AFFLICTED!
BRONCHITIS I COSIUMPTIOHI
M. Hilton Williams, M. D.,
M. C. P. 8. (>.,
Foruierly of Dotroit, Mich,, and for 14 years
proprietor of the Detroit Throat and Lung In
stitute, continues lo treat alt the various disease*
of the Head. Toroat, snd Chest, tlb North Main
street, l»s Angelos, Calif •ruia, by the Aerean or
Inhalation system of practice.
All diaoases of the respiratory organs treated
by the most improved laedloated inhalations,
thus hringing the remedies Into direct contact
with ihe diseased parta. These ars tn all eases
coinhiucd with pioper constitutional remedies
for thu In. r, atouisch, nervoui syatem and
<'OXNI Ht»TIO\
The early symptoma of this dlsotse are a
sense jf weariiiesa upon little exertion, and dis
position to remain passivs snd Idle, a peculiar
sensltiveiiesa of the effects of cold and a short
neas of liruatti upon moving quickly or ascend
Ing a hill or stairs, s alight hacking cough-, with
or without expectoration, flying pains throgh
out the cheat or back or under the shoulder
Id ml en. The symptoms are worse towarde or
during the night; slight fever In the afternoon,
cold feet snd hands, and in many cases blue
lit idity of the lips and rout *of the flutter nails.
The wore advanced symptoms arc wasting of
fteeh, disirhtea, chills and ftver, night sweats,
expectoration of yellow pus from the uloers or
cavities in the lungs, with or without a depres
sion of the cheat, increasing weakness snd at last
a closing up of the air passages of the lungs,
causing straugulation or suffoeutlon of thu pa
tient for want of newer to expectorate the uiu- ,
cue from the lunga.
Heretofore the treatment of consumption has i
been very unsatisfactory both to physicians and
their patients; hut, luckily, since the discovery 1
of the Aerean system of practice a few years ago,
thousands of cases have lnjcu completely cured,
where, had It not beun for this system of prac
tce, : utter failure to combat the evils of the dis
ease wuuld have continued up to the present
time. Tlie system of Medicated Inhalation Is
the only means by which these diseases can be
cured And tl ey are recommended by the
highest authority, both in Europe and Amerita.
Aud here we would draw the distinction l>e
tween Inhalation and Atoniization. Some per
aona suppose they sre the same lv orery respect,
while nothing is farther from the truth. In
Atomizatioti the liquid is scattered In tbe form
of a spray, which only roaches the throat, while
In Inhalation the romodv to be inhaled medicates
the sir we breathe and is conveyed directly Into
the air passages of the lungs as readily as ordi
nary air. Hy this means we are enabled to dis
solve the hardened mucus In the lungs, ease tho
cough, facilitate expectoration, contract ami
heal ulcers and cavities after all hope of cure by
the ordinary methoda la past.
4 o\Ml I,TATIO\ I KEK.
Those who desire te consult with me In regard
to their cases had better call personally for an
examination, but If impossible to do so, may
write for a list of Questions sna Medical
Treatise.
Address If. Hilton Williams), St.
27& North Main Street, Los Angel, s. Cal.
Ornci Hot'Rs, from 10 a. a. tot r. a.; Sun
days from 4 to & r. tf.
IJ7
COLOIHJIANDS.
THE TEMECULA
Land and Water Company
Are subdividing a tract of land eituated In the
celebrated
Temecula Valley, in San Diego
County, California,
Becently owned by Don Juan Murrletta, con
taining fourteen thousand acres of lanu, having
an altitude of about one thousand feet above Lhe
sea level. Thia tract of land lies about 46 in I les
southerly from Colton. The California Southern
Railroad runs through the entire length of the
tract. The soil In the valley is funned of audi
nieotary deposits. It ts a rich, dark loam, with
out gravel or boulders, and can be eaally tilled
aa no clay or adobe soil appears, but Is full of
rich sediment, which holds the rainfall and pre
vents leaking or drying, so that when yon come
to cultivate you turn up moist earth. The »u
-perior value of this soil Is its closely underlying
supply ot water, and when cultivated the moist
ure rises to tbe surface, doing away witb tbe
neeeesity of irrigation ahuoU entirely, but in
case of a dry season, f irrigation be thought nec
eesary, an
Inexhaustible Supply of Water
Can be had by aiuklng from |to 10 feet. It Is
also io the artesian n«lt and artesian water can
be easily obtained. The mesa Is formed of un
dulating lands of reddish-colored soil mixed with
decomposoii granite on the surface, with enough
mixture of clay in the subsoil to bold tho moist
ure. There is a
Fine Running Stream of Water
With several branches niuning through the
reecho. Also Seveial hot and warm springs,
noted for their curs of pulmonary diseases.
These springs will be Improved Imtnedlatelv, and
tbe Company design building a hotel and' Kail
road depot on the town site. Both buildings
will be bairdao-tiely ornamented. Tho hotel will
be built two stories high and contain thirty
The Itirecors af the Presbyterian College of
Chicago design putting a college building on the
ground as soon as practical. There is plenty of
good aak wood which can be had delivered at the
rancho at frotu 94 to ll.ou per cord awl common
lumber can be delivered at $tb per tbonsaud.
Tbe oliuiete la healthy. The rancho le not
more than 15 miles from the sea eoaat and the
ocean breese fans the valley, purifying the at
mosphere with invigorating effect. In tbe day
time the air is soft and dry and alwaya mild, a
little cooler at night, but never more than being
cesnfortablc.
As a health resort, none in Southern California
can surpass In natural advantages this beautiful
district of land, with its warm springs of minor
al water aoutalning sulpher. Iron arid soda, its
proper elevation above the sea, pure, dry and
gentle air, with beautiful scenery all around can
but confirm the assertion that as a health resort
tt cannot be excelled, especially for catarrh,
throat snd long diseases.
It is the Intention of the Company, as soon
as the land is subdivided, to sell in tracts from
a town lot upward at prices that cannot but sat
isfy actual settlers. The price*, will be class!fled
according to the merits cf the property. Oue
third down, balance ia ono and two yean.
CHARNOCK, MORRILL A SSSMSOS,
Sole Agent*.
I'artie,de-ino* Information will MMrrM,
CIIAS CHARNOCK,
P. O. Box 253. Loa Angele., 0.1.
Room. No. 11 am! 12 Widncv Block, (up .tain)
Flrat sir,-, t, between Main and Sprtnp-
W. & ROBINSON,
Colton, Cal, or
C. L. MORRILL.
augaltf Temecula, Cal.
QRAND OPENING
OP the—
HUMBOLDT SALOON,
Saturday Night, Aug. 30,
■ AT
189 COMMERCIAL STB GET.
A etock ot flret-claaa
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Will be found hern.
Fine Lunch, First-Class Music
And a good time generally.
ees/aWi
Delinquent Notice.
LOS ANGELICA OIL COMPANY- Ux ation Of
Cincipal pes.ee of burinsss, Loa Angelee, Cali
mia. Location ot works: Ventura oounty,
California,
Then ti deUnqnent upon the following des
cribed stock, on account of Assessment No. 20,
levied on the 25th day of July, 1834, as per the
esvt-rtd aiiHiuirte set opposite the names of the
respective shareholder*, as follows:
No. of No of
Certificate. Shares. Am'ts
A. C. Delta, 44 60 tsxOt
A. C. Iniia!, bt 9 4 M
I. N Knoales, Trustee, 43 Sju ltf>.OU
I. N, a now les. Trustee, Ec) 47 x 3 50
W B. Prichard. 26 Ixs 62 bJ
W. ti. Priohard. 6.1 :,! 11.50
W. M. Patrick. 47 JC7 133.50
W. M. Patrick, Ax M 26 60
M. A. Patrick. SI S3 16.60
M. A. Patrick, 61 6 3,00
a H. SLinpkina. 7 10 6.00
C. 11. Simp-ins, 65 1 .60
C. II Sioipkina.Trusitv. 8 340 120.00
C. H. Slmpklns,Trustee, tt 45 ti.bo
And in accordance with law. and pursuant to
an order of the Hoard of LHrectors, made on the
zdtb day of July, 18H4, so many shares of each
parcel of s<>< h stock as may be necesaarr will be
sold at public auction st the offlce of the Secre
tary, Room No. 6. Temple Block, oity of Los An
gat ass, oa Tuesday, the 23d day of September,
18S4, at U M., of that day, to pay delinquent as
■eeauitiuU thereon, together with coats uf adver
tising snd ax pens* of sate,
W. J. NEKLY, Secretary,
Boom No. 6, Temple HI - a, Los Aiurvles.
Loa Angelea, Sept, 4th, 1884. septe 2w
FOR RENT.
5000 ACRES
IS THB —
SHANKLIN TRACT, ANAHEIM.
Tl AUHRM OV H.IMI.P t
Aad a Oood Ditch of Running
Water.
A anlendld peace nor. or eh wan For partle-
tooeeJJreaa. J..11.N WAURKR.
NKW AOV KKTISKM KNTB.
A T
BRIGHT'S
Just Received!
20,000 yards Calico 4 cents
7,000 yards Ginhams 5 cents
8,000 yards Lawns 6 cents
3,000 yards White Pique 6 cents
6,000 yards Dress Goods from 5 to 5o cents
5,000 yards of Brown and Bleached Muslin 6 cents and
upward
6,000 yards of Summer Dress Goods Just Received.
6,000 pairs of Gloves from 6c. to $1 a pair
6,760 pairs of Hose for Ladies at 7 to 35 cents
8,650 pairs Children's Hose 6 to 15 cents
1325 Corsets from 2octosi
10,000 pairs of Ladies' Shoes from 75c. to $3
7,500 pairs Children's Shoes from 25c. to $1.25
20,000 yards Ribbons from 2 to 75 cents a yard
20,000 yards of Lace from 1 to 50c. a yard
20.000 yards of Jaconet Edgings from 2 to 40c. a yard
10,000 Ladies' Hats, trimmed and untrimmed, from 25c.
to $5.
10,000 Children's Hats from 10c. to $1.
6,000 Plumes and Tips from 10c. tosi
6,000 Bunches Artificial Flowers from 10c to $1 a bunch
Also a large stock of
Boys' & Men's
CLOTHING!
MEN'S HATS AND SHOES !
Underwear for Gents and Ladies and everything kept in
a general variety store and prices are always cheaper than
elsewhere. Call at
239 Main Street.
J. C. BRIGHT^
Crescenta Canyada!
A HEALTHFUL AND BEAUTIFUL SPOT!
t FINE CLIMATE, FINE SOIL I
Pure Water and Plenty ot It!
ONLY 11 MILES NORTH OF LOS ANGELES.
►!'" ■ ". ' .'• •
CRESCENTA CANYADA
Is a Tract of 2500 Acres of Land,
Hitnated near the Baae of the Sierra Madre Mountains, above the Verdugo Canon,
aad known aa Front less. Warm Brash Laud. It ia now being subdivided
into 10 acre lota, each of which will have a water right from a aerie* ot rcaervoira
now boing maale on the traot.
THE LAND WILL BE SOLD ON EASY TERMS,
With one-,|uarl>-r caah down. A tract of 40 aerea haa been laid ont aa a Town
lite, with a Park ami Fountain. Aa a eitnation for invalids it ia one of the tineat
in the world. Mount Sau Kraociaco Maria protocts it from wiuda from the aea
aad tbe Sierra Madre from the north wind.
Special inducement will be given to parties who will put up a
Hotel for Toiirisls and Invalids ou the Tract.
A good hotel wonld ba Mile.! all the year.
Inquire at the office of T. B. BO WAX. 114 NorthTSpriiiE'Streef.
Mr. A. K. Brigge will take pleasure in ahowing the land aad giving all informa
tion about the uune. may 1 Btf
H. T. HOLLINGSWORTH,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Having purchaaed faun Oiie. Broa. A Co. tlie entire aiock of
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
BtCaa Maw at the Corner of Court aaS Spring Streets.
\V,U offer tb. nam. at Price. LOWER THAN THE LOWEST.
I make a Specialty ol Fine Watch Repairing, Maufaetariug of Jewelry A Engraving
laa Pi. T. HOLUSOSSOfITH.
NKW ADVKKTIrtKMKNTH. NKW ADVKKTISKM KN'I'M.
SIMPLY STUPENDOUS!
Tranacendentally Beyond Description in all ita
Overwhelming Perfection.
AT LOS ANGELES ON
Saturday, September 27th,
W. W. COLE'S
ENTIRELY NEW
COLOSSAL SHOWS!
~~ OOMPRIBINQ THE
Biggest Circus in the World!
IN THREE BIG RINCS AND ON AN ELEVATED STACE.
Fourteenth Yoarnf IMiccasinir Triumphs, nuirincntcd end enlarged to almost endless proportions.
The WHOLE WORLL) IN MIGHTY UNION f
Astounding Mad Truly Tremendous Keaturea, and more Costly, Phenomena] attraction, than all
other Shows.
Including the aj« »U A grmx aaa The Very Colo.na
All uvcrs,hndowing lOM IVI9 WIW f ol llmte Creation.
A H Kit It Ot' l'.l,i;rHl\TN Performing Elephanta. Clown Klcphmts, Waltr.inL' Klc
pliant., lliy Elcphanta, Small Elephant* ami alusival Elephants.
A GREAT DOUBLE MENAGERIE IN TWO TENTS.
Twenty Camel., Nursing llal'Y Camela, Giant Camels, Racing Camel.. White Hippopntamua,
only lllacktw, horned llliin;,,', ■:. S.a Ariiiual.. KaiiK.irixis, Train,,l. W 11,1 Haia.,-,: IV.,if, Ti",-r.
Lions, Imparls. Wild Animal? iuiiim ami Tcarhen, rViuale Hnskr Cliamnr.. Win,, iiiitfit,,'
Looae Led, Sacred ami Singular Unit, ~ anil all kind, of Ran Winded Curloelliua.
The Sacred White Elephant of Burmah.
ACTS at aatal anil every perforance, by Phenomenally Expert anil Darlrlf Artiita,
Anil a Troup of Twelve Marvelous, Mu«cular and wonderful A. I{ A J>>S
All Dare-Rai k Itideri, many aits tiimultancou.lv: Roller Skaters, llieycle Riders in the air,
Wile Walken, Trained Horses, Trained Pigs, real Itnciug Pbja, Riding Monkey.; In fact,
EVERTHING EXCEPTIONALLY NOVEL,
Which vast minis nf money, intelligence and ideas could secure or BUyrsrest ,
4 TJTT\f i UT V All kinds of Arelal Acts, Darin* snd Dextrous Feats
J\. XI U lHil.ll J: ±J X a Trapeze Artists, Gymnasts, Stronn Men. Strom; Wo,
men, Ascciuionistw, Sensational Mid-Air Flights and Celling Walking.
New People, New Acts, New Paces.
All old features discarded. Itrand New Hens..tinns Svurcd. Lontr Ifalrcd Udies. Midget
Men, Leaner*. Tumbler..., flown*, Contortionists, Hippodrome laiillU, Trained Stiilion-,
ivrformin. l''.iiiv. lin.tl lli.i.rn in th-- Sumo itintf, Absolutely all Kinda of Show.
Doors open at 1 and 7 I. M. Two Performances Daily. ADMISSION, Wl. Children (under ft),
Half Price. Cushion..! llcs.:rvod Upora Chairs nt Small Advance. scptfi, 7, 10, 14, It, ft
Gordon Hardware Co.,
■;.» soitii spring street,
ail"l.i:-M t AND RETAIL,
ROPE, TOOLS,
BALING WIRE, BUILDERS'
CARRIAGE BOLTS, HARDWARE,
HORSE-SHOES, NAILS,
AMMUNITION.
LOWEST PRICES TO THE TRADE.
au<r 24 lm
f 101 AN^
Of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
CORNER OF COURT AND SPRING STREETS, LOS ANCELES, CALA.
Scientific wljiwtin- of SPE'TTACLKSand EYEGLASSES at thia office. NO EXT*ACH ARGE
for elimination of eves. MAriSfACPf >>V UUAK VNTEKI, iri every oaee
Mlcnt i« rrleeletne. !> > not trifle * itli your eye*, as lost tifht never return*. Do not
!iuy if I .•)•».« rut nr • nor suit. 1 Ito your vision from inexperienced deader-*. Mitpvrior Lenses and
su,»erior ficilltiotc toiSin.- to our Spectacles and Eve-Ulawct it o..Ujn.il nputation.
c*r '.i Ilmiian Eyes inserted without pain. je2£tf
TO ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
■ We desire to call your attention to the
Liar 3 Niles Patent Mortice Lock,
P™ ft For arc tha Sole Agents In Southern OH-
Z .Bat -X f '*
ill pJB MOST DURABLE
irf Hi O MORTICE LOCK IN USE.
I? II J-i Easily adjusted to any thick::*** of doom: no key-hole
Ub 1-1 c** nor rose-plate to get loose; it is fastened with
B ■Trt* i.. '' mTi-wm at.ov, an.i and .Liistijiiectl. not ..aide to
R ■■■ reoomc louse; siH last. Il.ou-h n. t least, it Is THE
m CHEAPEST MORTICE LOCK IN i CeU
0) 91
U Og^T^n^j^citheWS,
Z I * 21 AND 23 NORTH SPRINC STREET,
HI CO I. ON l\(.F.LK<*.
CAT Dealer, in Builders' Hardware and Agricultural lm!
mwMM pleiuente. tact".
THE REGULATOR WIND MILL.
« KO<SMH AVM I'IIKVIS.
Bronae Medal awarded by Am -rican Institute. New York, 1379. Has taken over two hundred
First Premiums at State and county Fairs.
o
stl'.tass a rt; co.. tessssm af t.rana a.i»« v no v.
FACTORY AT THE COR. Of DATE AND CHAVEZ STS., LOS AJiSEiES
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