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AT LAW. R .oras, 06,117 and 08 Tem
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* C HUBBELL. RODNEY HUDSON,
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ATTORNEYS! AT LAW.Rooms i And 4
Ducommu < a Block, corner Muiu *
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. majrt-U
7.« LABS ELI, «• H. SMITH
. a. CHAPMAN, H. M. »MITH
tiLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
• iFFICB—TBMrLK BLOCK up-stalrs, Loe
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A. C. BAKER,
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LOB ANUII.ICS, CAL. JylStr
ITBPHEN K. WHITE. J. ». BICKNELI..
Bicknell k White,
ATTORNICYd A. T LAW.
OFFICat-Raom H, Temple Block.
E. J. C. Kewon,
ATTORNKV A'V L..A.W.
OFFICE — Mas. 10 and 11, ITRKLITZ
• UlLDl.su, Spring street.
FItRRIK KEWKN will oocnpy the
same rooms, conducting a Rsal Estate
Agency, together with the business of
loader money and thetollocllen of bills.
». S. OIBBKBON, U. B. L. M'GDISB, M. D.
Dm. Giber son k McGuire,
(Sacoeesora to Dr. T. 8. stauway,)
Ottlce, Main Sueet.oyer Doner <V Brad
ley's Furniture Store.
ttesidsace, llui Main street, at the foot
of Third oM-lm
Uf. N. P. BlolrcXrcDSON,
> ...i etiolan uuil ef strsfeon
- 1 aoo, Fort Mill, I Otßoe.No. llDew
"Jo*** Vista Btreet. I neyßlook.upstalrs.
J. UANNON, M. D.,
I >OOMS Hand Ii.CARDO.NA BLOCK.
JLI Reeldenoe Downey Avenue Ksst
Loa Angeles, ueur the cad of slreet rails
"oaloe hears from 10 to 12 a. K.| from 1 to
I P. M. »P* "
k. D. WISE, M. 1).
i\ FFICK IN OAItDONA 81/OCK, LO*
) Aagelea, Cal ,ue rly opposite Court
OUSe. OSB-DIBBABaB OF f SHALES A
J. Bechtinger, M. D.,
YBICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN-
Jependeat and Kreuoh M. B. Bocle
it mof the Frcneu Hospital in
irrsaoisco. All chroula obstinate
and operatious en ihe eyes atleud
• 'it - No, 701 Sacramento streot,
ref Kearny. Reeldenc— 08. cor
lason and PaoiSo streets, Ban Frau-
.moved to the new aud spacious
. Nes. 0 and Is Cardona Block.
troet, (formerly ocoupled by Dr.
-r) where he will bo happy 10 ace
i <ada aud former uatroua. .11 i
OUR OLD FKIitND,
'. H. BUTLER,
POST AND WATCHMAKEK,
a returned from tbe Enet wtth v
•cc lot ef
Us ii iv in Mi mo ttore of J. D.
it HPUINa Sl'ftKKT. am!
E KECOMMtNU TO FA MIL IKS
trial, and ne let tho coniumen be
tbe ludges of U» udmli.
Ale*, linporteri and manufacturers
lcee, <Jhuc»l»tei, l eea, creuiu Tar
eda, Saleralue and luf*lllule Yeav.
4 4.0T SANSOMIi ririiEET,
Sm BAM FBANOIfUO
inttn? Meat kiarkel
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Eieatlslotlie j'■ o»'.-»;iimi
Sacramento, Jan. 4—Senath.
—Haynid i ' offered a resolution
that the ' a mitt** ou Irrigation
be authorised alt at any time or
place wltllit) Lbia State to make in
quiry— flnti 1 .1 lain I can be ben
ellted by Irrigation! second, wheth
er any system ca 'i ho devised which
will tend to reck,malion of ewamp
and oveiflowed lands and which, ut
the same time, w ill prevent mining
debris from being turned Into
rireri-; third, the cost uf such a
system; fourth, lUOII other mailers
as Ihe Committee deem of Irapor
tunce. Hay mood said that he had
consulted with other members be
fore offering tlie resolution.
The Seimte finally pa»s.'d Pier
snn's hill making an appropriation
for deficiency iv I he salaries of I) s
irict Judges for the twenty-eighth
fiscal yi-ar. It refused eugrnss
meut for a hill introduced by Lew-
Is, amending the Codes so that all
executions shall Uke place at the
A liill was introduced by Craig !o
protect life aud properly as follows:
"\uy person who shall in the pres
ence of two hundred or more per
sons, aid, abet, counsel or advise
any person or persons to injure,
burn or destroy the property or life
of any pereou or persons, shull be
guilty of felony." Referred to the
Assembly—Waters offered a
petition from citizens of Han Diego
county to change the boundary
line MtWeet] Sau Diegn aud Sau
Bernardino oountles, so as to bring
San Jucint > locality within San
Diego county Referred to the
delegations of the two counties
TO* Carnal 11 •* a el *»f-iy HedivlviiM.
San Francisco, Jan. 4—lt is
reported that the Executive Com
mittee of the Commit tee of Safety
are re-organizing their forces; that
they have held one secret meeting
and will bold others to-day and to
morrow to ta'-'c: action on what
they ocntlder the alarming state of
exciiemeut among laborl ng classes.
Inquiry fails to >m '- :n this report,
and the fact that V". T. Coleman,
Chairman of the Ccn.mlttee, is not
iv the city, renders any action to
day, as rumored, improhuble.
The report probably arose from
hints to that effect thrown out by
Kearney at the recent mettiug. It
is quite possible that such Hints
were given with a view to keeping
up the excitement. The laboring
iiiheld a meeting at the new
City Hall to day, but nothing of
special interest occurred.
■tea at a.
San I'rancisco, Jan. 4.—Stocks
were very dull ut the informal ses
sions this morning, with a light
business. Prices opened a little
better than at the close yesterday,
but quickly receded ou regular Call,
Nearly everything went, off, and
the market was very weak at, the
Aseseatttesit* sa aterra Sf#s/aita nnd
San Francisco, Jan. 4.—Sierra
Nevada lias levied an assessment
of 50 cents and Julia one of 75certs
Enrllirjnuko In s/irajtatles
Richmond, Vu., Jan. 4. —An
earthquako was experienced last
night iv Louisa and Hanover coun
Km,** Vlivnu Alositf S||« SI
New Orleans, Jan. 4.—A heavy
■nowstorm prevail*, extending up
tite river from Shrevepoit. The
Know is five inches deep ut Little
A Pe-nce iluiiue.
Brownsville. Tex., Jan. 4 —
Gen. Canal** und tlie tuilitury oill
eer* uinl Federal empl'ije* in Mut
umoras gave a New Year's luill at
the thea re ill MatatTJoras. It was
lendeted as an evidence of good
will and friendship to tlio iuhabi
tanu ou bill) soles of the Rio
Grande. A huge number of United
State* Army and Navy nflitters were
present, besides eeverul United
Slate* Civil Service nftleeis and
citizens of the two nationalities,
A Il<iilit«"l'mlK" ">r N' »»-J "<li sua—
Itt'Veuafl Luna- v
Nkw Yokk, Jan. 4.—The Tri
bune's Washington special sttyal
Tbe Nez Perces in (Canada wish tn
return to the United States. The
Cauadian officer In charge of the
police watching Kitting lini! is re
ported to have gone acne* into
America and taken a Nez Percfl wo
man away from theGros Veutras.
A draft of the revised reveuui
law* has been made by the Senatt
Tlio Chineao question in Peru
seems to have taken form in strouf
DOtltrMt with that of the sann
question on our Pacific Coast. I hi
Peruvian government fosters im
migration to tbat country front
Chini. To this end a contract bai
been made with Oliphant& Co., ol
New York, by tlie terms of wblcl
this llrm, iv consideration of so an
nual subsidy of $100,(100, a-<ree:
to run a line of sleuuiers for llvi
years between Asia and Pel v. Thei
steamers are to make twenty-eight
round trips each year, and each yes
sel is to be of sufficient capacity lo
one thousand passengers. Tin
contractors undertake to mtroduo
as many immigrants as possible si
tbat, at the end of eucii year, v
least live hundred shall have ar
rived by each vessel. In the pus
fourteen years, 80,000 Cbtuamel
huvo been landed 'n Pern. The;
ware former!* badly treated, hu
.iov/ arc i uUen good care of.
An l s/eeilVJeT Tnwar.l tlie Pi***
Washington, Jan. 4.—There i
unquestiouably an ugly feellui
among some RspUbI'.CSDS her* to
ward tho President, ml, beside
certain well arranged .illacks to in
made on Secretaries Kvarts "••
Sohtirz, It is not in*
"' the President l>lm
art of the prog.
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5. 1878.
carried out by Spencer, as a cham
pion of the Senate Military Com
mittee, who lias arranged to inves
tigate the receut payment of
$10,000 to Major Ben Ruukle as
back pay in the army, looking into
the President's connection with i!.
Pt• « York's liiuic 1 rout.m.
New York, Jan. 4—The Alder
men's Committee for the investiga
tion of Ring frauds, held a secret
session yesterday and adopted a
report. It seems that, of thirty
millions stolen, about $870,(100 have
been reoovered. Tbe Committee
reoomniend the prosecution of those
who have 1101 given up their steal
ings, including Oakey Hall.
New York, Jan 4 —The World?I
London Correspondent says that U.
8. Government Bonds are now
about one anil one half per cent,
lower all round than they were he
foie Matthews and Blund began to
knock them down. The tendency
is to sell, not to buy.
N.itMV SI I.i BfeW Y«rU.
New York, Jan 4.—Tlie first
snowstorm of the season iv this
neighborhood, began this morning.
A M.ni f in latere***.
New York, Jau. 4 —Reviewing
the bank exchanges lor the entire
year 1877 at seventeen of
the principal cities the Public
■bow* that the aggregate Improve
ment over 1870 was only 8 4-10 per
Slsrnilu Jletv Turk,
New York, Jan. 4.--The snow
storm this morning turned into a
down-pour of rain with wind lv tlio
East. The weather is thick and
danger fl igs are Hying already.
Two vessels are reported ashore but
no lives lost.
London, Jan. 41 h.—Prom letters
written by Lady Straugford, super
intending the hospital at Sofia, It
would appear that the Turks have
determined not to attempt to hold
the place and have gone away
quietly. The town will he taken
without resistance. Tills coincides
with information from the Turkish
side about the movements of their
forces. All the garrisons In ex
posed positions beyond Solia have
been giadually withdrawn and con
centrated ut Iklit'iiian.
Bucharest, Jan. 4.—The open
ing of communication between the
Servian and tho Russian army of
the Vid is very important, as the
latter can tlraw supplies from the
former when required in the event
of the interruption of communica
tion across the Danube.
Would Not Reciprocate.
The following from the Fairchild
(Me.) Chronicle is neatly done und
ha< a wide application outside of
Maine. Ho was the manager of a
church fair, and one morning he
walked into the newspaper office
"Want an item this morning?"
"Of course," replied the editor,
whereupon the visitor laid the fol
lowing note upon the table:
"The ladles of tbe Street
Church will give a festival at their
vestry hall next Friday evening.
Literary and musical entertain
ments will be provided und a sup
per will bn served to all wliodesire.
The ladies in charge of theafl'tir
have much experience in such mut
ters, and are sure to provide a good
time. The admission will be only
fifteen cents, and It is certain ttiat
no one can spend that amount to a
better advantage. Be sure to go
and take your friends."
When the editor had read it he
"Oh, I sue, an advertisement."
"No, not an advertisement. We
prefer to have, it go iv tlie local
column," replied tlie manager.
And seeing tlie editor looked
skeptical, he continued:
"It y/til Interest a good many of
your ieaoe,„, «,„i belp a good Cause;
besides we have ~.„„,, .„ nululi
money getting up ojr ent»*t«lu
tiient that we can't afford lo adver
tise without increasing tho price of
the tickets. In such a matier as
tills, we ought lo he willing to
help each other,"
"Well," said the editor, "if it
goes into tlie locals, I suppose you
would reolprocate by resiling a lit
tle iiulice in your church nuxt Sun
The visiting brother asked what
notice, and the editor wrote and
handed him tlie following:
"The Weekly Chronicle for tho
coming year will be tin., cheapest
family paper iv Maine. Ita propri
etor haa had much experience, and
lias all the help which a large out
lay of motley can procure. His pa
per Ii is a larger Circulation than
any other published iv tlie country,
and is to bo furnished at only two
dollars. It is certain that no one
; can spend that amotiut to a belter
advantage. Be sure to tuks the
Chronicle and sutisuribe for your
The manager hemmed and hesi
tated, and tl,en said, solemnly,
that lie "doubted whether it would
be judicious to read tlicit a notion,''
but suggested thai if It was printed
copies of it might be distributed at
the door of the vestry ou the even
ing of theentertaiument.
"Yes," said tho editor, "hut it
would attract more attention iv
the middle of a sermon. It will
interest a large number of your
congregation aud help a good
cause, and, besides, so muuli money
is spent upon the Chronicle that I
don't see how tlie owner can afford
ti) print handbills to advertise it.
without increasing the subscrip
tion price, In such a matter as
this we ought lo lie willing te help
Then the gentleman saw the sit
uation sud went straight out, with
i out leaving so much as a con pb
1 ItßMMliea el Hie Use ■*••*)**!
display of beautiful women is one
of the novelties proposed fur tbe
Paris Exposition of next Summer.
The idea Is said to have originated
at Madrid, and the Spanish news
papers are already urging all
women desiring lo exhibit to send
in their photographs at once, in
order that a commission of Impar
tial judges may select .suitable rep
resentatives of Spanish beauty. Al
Paris it is propose i to offer sixty
one grand prizes in gold, thlrty-otll"
second prises in silver, one humiri d
aeoeaslta, aud two hundred diolo
mas of honorable mention. Each
exhibit I- lo bo judged by her pro
tile as well us her full face aspect;
and grace of figure, sweetness*of
expression, und dignity of carriage
are all lo be taken Into considera
tion To ci own all, there is to be
awarded one supreme prize ol
honor, distinguishing Us recipient
as the most heuu'iful wonitniu the
world, and entitling her to a tri
umphal proorsslou through the
streets of Paris, sealed on a golden
chariot, drawn by sixteen Aiidalu-
Blan steeds, and attended by the
sixty-one next beautiful women
on white palfreys. If our memory
serves us, there Is upon record oul>
one previous contest of tills char
acter. We allude to the competi
tive exhibition of female beauty
held in tlie neighborhood ef Mount
Ida, and decided iv favor of Venus
by one Paris, a shepherd, who bad
tlie fool's luck to be ai the same
time the -i.iit ory spectator and sole
judge of award. The internal com
plications which resulted from his
decision do not augur well for the
show next summer—provided there
will be such a show, which we
[From the Austin Reveille.]
It is usual for carriers of newspa
pers to deliver to subscribers on
NvwYeur'l mornl n g a paper called
an address, in return for which his
patrons present him with a gratu
ity. The custom has never been
followed here iv Austin, because
the address is usually composed In
rhyme, and hitherto there have
been no poets caunected with the
Jleveilte. This year wo have a
devil who is a poet, and he pre
pared for the carrier an address
which that functionary delivered
to his patrons to day. It was short
and to the point, and was at fol
''Monday rr.oruing I gcU oa my mottle
And calls on my oustjmcrs to come lip
Put up or B'iut up, my motto shall ba;
If jou don't unto up, n » paper you'll sco.
And to paying suDsoriDOrt, from far and
I horo wish a jolly aud liaony New Tear."
Tlie experiment of hatching 550,
--000salmoneggs in Lake Cbabct,
near Ban Leandro, i*j proving a
A Col nan man has discovered
that common salt will destroy wild
geese, which are of much injury to
the grata fields of the State. ;
The experiments in glass manu
facture at San Jose* have proved
very satisfactory, and the Mercury
expects that it will soon treoutus
one of the productive Industries of
Grape syrup of excellent quality
is now mude suacHßsfully in tlie
Napa and Sonoma Valleys, mostly
from the Mission grape, and with
, the ordinary evapotator. It is
, claimed that at 60 cents per gallon
| lor ilie syrup, $-0 per ton can he
paid for the grapes—a much bstter
price than for niakiug either wine
f rom t* Dim tuts HlnllM Jurist.
"I have tried llie Peruvian sykdp.MM
iUe rcsuiL fully sustains your prediction.
U has niii.de a u*W man ol me, infused iu
l.» ivy system new vig<»r and energy, i
am no lou&or tremulous and il<-bilUitLeJ
IU when y<*u luhL «aw me, but stronger.
«**««U§r, and with a larger capacity for
lat><»r--ine,,uvl and ph> steal — than ut itnv
lima during Iho last live years. Sold by
Every larmor who owus a good stock ol
borvMi cattle and sheep, and intends to
keep them through tlie winter .should al
once gel a good stuck of .Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders. Uun dollar's
woi th will save at least a hall a tou of
A Remrkable Cure.
WKST ToWMßemi, Vv., Maty U» I*>o
M RflbrUi. 51 W, Fowtl A SONS.
Gentlemen—several years alnce 1 look
a severe cold, which settled on my lunga
where it remained without relaxution. i
was men iv MKBSAOUnsSUS. and growing
woi>e aud becoming unable to attend to
in> uusiues.i, i returned home and com
menced Ht-urchlut; in earnest lor some
medicine whien would restore my lo.ii
health. 1 consulted physicians auu
tried many remedies, but obtained Mt
help and dally g ew woo-e. 1 hau a ter
wolo cough and talked a quod veal ol
blood. 1 11ad profuse Ultflit .sweats hum
severe pain in my Aide. 1 continued In
this stale for mouths.and became .so weak
tuat tt was wilu great difficulty 1 coulu
walk, when I was advised to try WisrAH'b
Lis. 1.8 AM OF W IJ.O LIIiHHY, Ulld, to
my great, Joy I.soon iound t .at this rem
edy had arrested itie uiseaso. I OOtlUu-
Lied to use the ItaLsam to Hie extern uillv*
bottles Miid have, »luce then experienced
Dodimculty untie lungs. I believe lbs
Balsam saved my lile aud 1 shall ever bold
it lv high estimation.
A WinE-AwAKK Youth's paj-eu.—
For Judicious editing, select and popiiliu
oniiulbuiors, and sprig hly, ciiienaiiiiii*
reading, Hie Youth* C&f*JMMWO»i of Bosioti
hits no superior among the youth's publi
LYONS Ka'chaikon makes beautiful
lux«.riant, g-lossy hair; prevents its laii
ingoutor turning if ray. It has stood th»*
test of 40years La charmingly perfumed
aud has no rival.
Henry K. Hond, of Jefferson, Malue.was
cured oi --pitting blood, soreness aud weak
ness of the stomach, by the use of John
on's Anodyne Liniment internally,
Do It al Ones!
Persons who have htoonie thoroughly
chilled from onv cause, may have their
circulation a* once restored by taking In
totho al"* iftilA* Johuson'd
Auod. "tie cold
W. H. NOItTUCBAFT,
(Successor to George Emerson, formerly
the House of Jones <fe Emerson .
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Spring aud Market, sts.
Regular sale day, SATURDAY at II a
m, Heal Estate, Merchandise, Furntture,
Livestock, viigons, etc., sold under the
hatr.nif.-r. and the sales conducted <>n llta
be f buslne-s princl|.les. CMTt.ONSIGN
MIMtS -oucited. nimr
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
bl W. ITOYBS
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposi:oihe Court Haass, and will bo
iweased to serve his o d fri nds und the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
astute- sales. regular sale days for
Rones and rolling btoclt,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I havo no partners and do my own
work, 1 iniend to mike my oatargH les->
tli »ii th tse or an sb >dy else in the busi
ness, chaiging on real estato iwe per
<-c. t. for tlie first 11000 and ouh percent,
on all sums abuvt* tuut tt mounts
Will i.uy KVHNJ t UKE. MORS KM,
WaGONS and ail kl-ids property, and
N. B.—Saturday's sales commouoe at 10
A. y, nnd close at 4P. X,
K. W. NO YE-3,
oldest Auctioneer In Southern California.
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
lam prepare 1 to sell, at unprecodent
pdiy low tlgure-s, eighty thousand appla
irees of the most approved varieties.
Those who prop »s« to set. out orch irds
would d'> weil lo call aud examine my
sto-k. lum al-o prepared tosell P&tArt
and other orchard trees, on favorable
term.. My o:,(cct lv eacriQcii.K the.o
irees Is to rctiro from the nursery busi
O. D. COMPTON,
COMPTON, Los Angelas Co., o*l.
J. a. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Streets
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PIASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
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—AW » —
.Hi*. 14 Couiiaorsitnl afreet, near
Knitroail Dapsl. mrSO-tf—
Garcia & Arzaca,
2(1 Now Commercial Bt.,
Tin Smiths and Gonsral
TIN ROOFINO, I.\RD, HON'ItY AND
FRUIT C\Ns a specialty. Oas nttlne;
aud plumbing in ail its brunches.
sarJORBINtJ promptly attended to.
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HOUSES, BUGOIRB AND CAR
RIAGKS FOR SALE,
At CAM PBKLL ai WAKELY'3 LWery
Stable, 47 Altao street. Also,a two seated
CABnl tQS for sate or trade for top
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JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Hoomi 13 aad li, MeFsaaald Block,
Mala St., LOS ANBIUN, Cad.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL enqinbkk and surveyor.
Room ,1 Temple Blonk. alStr
Wm. 11. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
A BAT ACTS OF TITLE, luoiudlns; every
transaction from tbe earliest data, lo tbe
present time, made with aaoaraoy and
■MS-ALLEN'S BUIIIINIS, corner Sprlar
and Temple street*.
Janicis C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
Of FICB-Temple Black (part of old Bank
Commissioner or Dee Is ft.r Ihe Stats af
1 have removed my office to
No. 10, MO ITS BUILDING,
Adjoining tlie new Po9tofflce.
T. I>. MOTT.
E. a. BICEXELI.. D. S. EABQUHAE. j
PACIFIC HOT! L,
BICKNELL A FARQUHA
Adjoining the Union Dopot.
Convenient to all train* arriving er de
parting from Loa Angeles. Street cars to
ail parts or tbe city. Everything new
and clean Board by the day or week: at
reasonable rates. u24tf
ST, CHARLES HOTEL,
1.03 AKBRI.BS, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIGUE & CO..
Tho *t. Charles is loeatad iv tho bu»i
aess centra of the olty, and Is tho largest,
most elegant aad eosnnlotely organized
Uotol in Southern California.
Fiee coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
SJTWSStSn Union Telegraph la atsisl
M<y*ttY» Junotion, Cal.
THIS lIOUAS IS NOW FKPARKP M
to receive Its aanserous patronsJgjflß.
aud tho traveling publlo In general. Be
ing outirely new and splendidly tur
uisho.i, It a/Toids superior aeoommodu
ITS TABLE D' HOTK
Is second ta none lv Southern California
TU X BAH Ih supplied with the eheieest
brands tif win cm, llsjuors »nd algars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast ami
supper, it is the point or departure for
the celobraled Inyo county asusM, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Tine, Corre Uoido and I an
amlnt. Thsottlceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage ef <
traveling public 1m respectfully solicited.
MATTHEW** A "BOYD,
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Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
(■ TIIK ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. OOL, Proprietor.
Dos Palmas Hotel & Corral,
IS. -hr 1 . _hvl/. JR/.
A FULLSUt'I'LYOF GRAIN AND HAY
Kent ttonstanlly on hand.
Bt-lSa H. W KLEIN.
Spring St. Poultry Market,
81 Spring St., between First and
Keeps constantly on band a full hupply of
Came, Poultry, Egge,
Butter, Cheese, etc.
A'so, FRESH FRUITS. Hifhest price
paid far poullrr, came, eggs *ml butter.
dS-lni Ht'HUMACIIK.R A "RUNS.
KWONC HINC A r
Chinese and Ja*-
FKRSH TK.k '
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
VTo. 12TRMPLE Block, Soring a treat,
Aaiolea. He hue tbe LARtiKBT,
WIS KMT AN 11 BEBT B'OCKEU TAII> X
ING EMTABLISHMENT In frumlhero
Call orala. Hla old customers and the
public will Bud it the plaoa to ret BB.S 1
STY LUX aad KII'TI Q ohlainable.
VELVET <fc SILK VELV-TINO,
Oonatantly on band, ttofers to tbe prla
cipal .entlemi'i, of the city , tor whom be
has made clothing.
mar So necessity to send ta Baa Fran
olseo for aood flttlnx suits. decS3-tf
When you wlab to baya alotkas made
to order and a good fit, call on
J. BEKNSTBIN, NBW YORK TAILOR,
Mo. Ill) WAIN ST.,
Between First aad Markai, Los Angeles,
aud you will be sura to get a good fit. at
nrtees to .nit. sia itr
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
Of Lo* Angeles.
CAPITAL ...600,000 00
IBAIAB W. HKLLMAN Praaldant
BOA KD OF DIRECTORS.
I*AIAS W. HEI.I.MAN, BfflßKl MIITIK,
0. w. Ckilm, L. C. uoodwik,
1. 'v a Ki.f-e liui os*mtTN, Jose MAacAnnL,
Junss. Ourrn, C. a. Thorn,
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN an I HAMBURG).
P.eeoive Depe*its and Issue Thtir
Bur and Blell
LEGAL TKSDKRg, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also par the highest prloe for Gold
aud Bllvor Bullion.
From and sftorthla date, on all moneys
let as Term Daposlta. Interest will bo al
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital 300,000
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPRKCE Cash.!*/
M. s. PATBIejK, H, 11. JJorr.
A A \V Ili ox rt. U AieKT,
H. M. JeDHrroH. I. I.AKiisrani,
O. 8. WlTitKuny, Jno. S. Capsox,
J. E. HOLLESI BECK, t .. F. BPSMCE.
This Bank ia prepared to receive de
poalta on open aceennt, issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank
Collections made aud proceeds remitted
nt entrant ratee i»f exchange.
LOS ANSELES COUNTY BANK.
Los AnfelM Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. . SLAUBOM President
it. in. sTAKBH „ Vloe-Prsaldent
J..M. XI LIOTT Cachlei
I. S. S"l>ESOs, P. Bkaudbt,
V. A. NOOYRK, f-lUKST 8. BaKFR.
■>■ Smr, B»o. \T. PanacoTT
A. w. DoWatAJf.
X see ITS SavlnK. r.nk deposits.
Juy aud aell c , X■ „„ a«u Prauelsee.
New York, London. Paris. Berlin aad
Uuy exchange un all parts of the Lulls
Btatos aad Europe.
Iteeeive money on open aoeonnt and Car
llBeate ef DeposlrPand do a genera
banking*!!,! exchange business.
Open SaturHuys from fi l . to gp. m.
3mtSdßlng 8»e rooms, la the heart r
uty. BjplondHl view and good local
A six ifl.m dwelling house, in
tatloa; -■ -(-• to business port
ilij | has Just been newly pi
layered. Apply to
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