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loaning raouey and the collection of bills.
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l?lty*jloin.n and Surgeon
jaStf st spring sr., i.os Angeles.
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Lo« Augolei, nsur tbe end ol' atieel rail*
Ostloe hour* from 10 to 12 x. m.; from 1 to
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PHYSICIAN TO THK ITALIAN IN
depeadeat aud Fraaotl M. B. aoole-
U.s. Oaullstof tbe French Hospital In
San ITranolsoo. All chronlo obstinate
oases and epsratloua ou tha eyes attend
ornt'li — No, Tut H..cramento street,
ooraoref Ksarny. Resldeuow—-»E. cor
aor Mason and Paclno streets, San Frau
otaeo. oos ly
Mas remavad to the new and spacious
rrvermi, Hot. 6 aud 12 Cardona Block,
Mala street, (formerly occupied by Dr.
Palmer) where he will bo happy loses
bis friends and former patrons. iSif
OUR OLD fBIKKD,
J. Hp BUTLER,
THE POET AND WATCHMAKER,
ri:iH returned from the East with a
flu* lot of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, etc.
ear lie Is In Ihe Music More of J. D.
Patriae:. 4f HPKINU STREET. uIIK
RECOMMItND ST MILIES
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For a trial, and we let the c, ' be
the Judges of Its tut
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of Spices, Uhooolales, 'teas, o ta
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••■>-..<->■ to-rs r» - Metalli,
Mojave, Jan. B.—J A Johnson,
J Hern aud wife, D N Osborne anil
daughter, J A Robertson, Mrs C
Hodman, T Riley, J Curlln, C Wil
son, .1 J White, 0 N Andrews, W
C Davis, E Wallace, T C Patter
sen, J, Buruda, S Chapman.
A Mew Nlrlke tn I lie Aim.
Virginia City, Jan. Bth.—
About one o'clock yesterday after
noon good ore was struck in the
wost crosscut 1,500 foot!level of the
Alta. They passed through the
east clay wall, drifting west. They
aie now in ore and drilling.
Things look encouraging as the
drillings assay well.
A lli»rrl,l t'ssiislly.
Virginia city, Nev, Jun. B.—
About 15:30 o'clock last evening
Wm. Carpenter, employed at tlie
Savage mine, was boring v stick of
timber with a steam auger. Tho
auger wns pointed toward hi ill and
ho was pressing the stick against
it, When the auger passed through
tho slick, caught in the man's
hotly, and, passing through bis ab
domen, came out at his back. He
was taken away as soon as
the machinery could he stopped
and eight feet of his entrails un
wound from the auger. He con
versed for a few minutes about his
business affairs and was then put
UDdt-r the influeuco of chloroform
to die. He expired shortly after
sum t'rnuclsoo Markets.
San Francisco, Jan S.—Wheat
—shipping, $2.27@2 30; milling,
$firstname.lastname@example.org Barley—feed, $1 On®
$1.67}; brewing, $l.G7i@l.7;>}.
Oat—feel, $email@example.com; niilliug,
$firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn—large yellow,
|1.62t,@1.67; white, |1.60®1.67;
small round, email@example.com. Potatoes
—51.00fe1.90, all kinds.
Ml.I Uulnlui; In aluu rrnMCl.o.
San Francisco, Jan. B.—lt com
menced raining about 9 o'clock
last night aud cama down briskly
nearly all night. During this fore
noon It partially cleared up, but it
is now (2 p.m.) ruining, witli a
prospect of continuing.
Au InOrMit»-( Budget from Niiu
San FkANOKCO, Jau. B.—Mayor
Bryant has given positive orders
not to admit Kearney inside the
doors of the Mayor's oflice. This
action, the Mayor states, is in con
sequence of Kearney's wilful dis
tortion of what transpired ut the
interview granted to Kearney a
few days ago, when lhe pretense
for the visit was to present a plan
for the alleviation of the distress of
unemployed men. Tlie Mayor
says he is ready and willing at any
time to receive any <-itizeii who
may cull upon him upon business,
but he decidedly objects to give nu
clienca a second time to a man who
wilfully misrepresents every word
that is uttered.
Vt appears that four of the Grand
Jury dissented from a censure of
Chiof of Police Kirkpatrick on ac
count ot his action in the Duncan-
Lewarne mattur The Chief ia at
present confined to his house by ■
sprained ankle, but says that as
soon as lie can get out and obtain
possession of certain documentary
evidence, he will make a full und
complete explanation of the mat
ter aud show that the censure is
«'vi. Hinflvr'a AueoaJaM ol Hi" Ditr
Washington, Jan. B.—-The sub
committee on Military affairs yes
teiday aflernoon examined Col.
W. K. Hhsfter, of the Twenty
fourth Regiment Of lufuntry, com
manding tlio district of Nueces,
Texas, in relation to affairs on the
Rio Grande border. The Colonel
mentioned the cases of sixorseven
persons, murdered by Indian nnd
Mexican raiders in l-> 77, mid said
the number of raids was much
smaller dm ing the past two years
than previously. Tho object of (he
incursions was plunder. In his ex
peditious into Mexico he had al
ways been ireaied with greut cor
diality by Mexican officers und by
the respectable citizens ot
the frontier towns. He did
uot lliink there were any
persons on our side of the Bio
Granile who assisted the thieves.
The Mexicans expressed a strong
desire to stop tho disturbances
which produced so much hard
feeling on both sides of the river.
Mexican troops, on twe or three
occasions, have started in pursuit
of the raiders, but their movements
were so tardy tbat they failed.
The most friendly and cordial re
lations exist between the military
officers of boih sides, so far as pro
fessions go. Gen. Diaz was trying
to prevent raids and be a good
neighbor, but his practice has not
amounted to much.
llnyn'a Trouble Ilrliltfeu Over.
New York, Jan. B.— Le Moni
teur, the official journal of Huyti,
announces that the diffloulty be
tween Spain and Hayli, regarding
the conviction and threatened exe
cution of a Spanish subject in Port
au-Prluce for incendiarism, lias
been urranged to the satisfaction of
To 111 >.< i:li in.l l,lle.
Washington, January B.—Tbe
agents of the Texas-Pacific Hall
way scheme have not been idle
during recess. A recent canvass
made by some of them discloses
the fuct, they say, that 136 Repre
sentatives in the House anil a ma
jority of 10 in the Senate will vote
lor Col. Scott's bill iv the form lv
which it has been introduced.
These agents are preparing docu
ments to show that the completion
of the Southern line will be of
great benefit to the Government
and ta tho people. They assert
that rates of through transportation
from New York to Sau Fraucisco
by the Southern route, as com
pared with rates now charged by
the Union Pacific and Central Po
litic, will be in pioportion of one
mnlied to one hundred and thirty
ree. They express their willing
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9. 1878.
ness to have Congress fix through
rates of transportation low enough
to allow only for tho maintenance
of the load. This they think could
he done for $8,000.0(10 annually
Huntington's scheme, tlieysay, i*
intended only to defeat Scott's
hill and Is not introduced
with ihe expectation that it
can pass. Tlio Texas and Pacific
people rely on the passage of tin
hills introduced by House, of Ten
nessee, and Stephens, of Georgia.
Out of these two measured, lhe>
expect the Committee will frame
one as a com prom las, which will be
acceptable to the promoters of the
Texas Pacific. The Committee la
certain to report some bill favora
bly, aud, by the strong efforts of
Rice, of Massachusetts, and
other Republican members ot
tho Committee, it Is hoped that
some New England members
may be influenced by lhe support
Rico would give to the bill should
he be disposed to favor It) but of
this those who know the senti
ments of New England Republic
ans say there Is not the slightest
Tlio Breni Barsala i.un Nam.
Nkw Yoi:k, Jan. B.—Among the
facts relied upon to show that the
Louisiana electoral vote was bar
gained for are tho affidavits of Cas
aenavs und Kenuer, members of
the Returning Board, who clttim
that they have not been dealt with
according to tho original bargain.
These documents will also be re
lied upou to furnish v connection
between the acquiescence in the
count in tho House and the protu
isos entered into by Grunt, Stanley
Matthews aud others. It is under
the pretense of an effort
to relieve tho Republican par
ty of complicity iv the alleged
bargaining that this examination
is proposed to be made. It Is said
thut proof will be brought lo show
that the visiting Statesmen made
certain promises to Packard und
the Returning Board, which have
not been fulfilled. In fact, tho
whole proceedings of tlie visiting
statesmen are to be overhauled,
with tlie hope to cover them with
dirt or expose whut they have said,
done or promised,
oaaatlaa will Move Toward un.
Washington, Jan. B.—Persons
who claim to speak with knowledge
of whut is going to be done, say
that when the ,Senate again meets
Senator Conkling will offer him
self or will have ottered a carefully
drawn resolution, reciting that
there are gr,ve accusations, made
upon apparently good authority,
questioning the rigut of tbe Presi
dent to lhe office held by him and
that such accusations ought to be
set at rest by official inquiry into
the alleged facts.
I'ltiiorso,, win s ii ttealaa.
Washinoton, Jan, B.—Senator
Patterson replied to-day to a gen
tleman who questioned him in re
gard to the current report of his
intended resignation, "I shall not
resign under any consideration."
Raeoln Tiiii,*.** sue c<» iinve
St. Petersburg, Jan. Bth.—The'
Journal do St. Petersburg fays that
Russia, after her immense sacri
fices, demands the right to discuss
the conditions of peace with her
Prnbabiliilo* of mi AiUMaUre
London, Jan. B.—The probahili
tiesof an armistice lessan raiher
than Increase, but it is Impossible
to foresee what any moment, may
About KusTluud'e l)ll»lolllu«y.
London, Jau. B.—The Standard
says that the correspondence be
tween London and St. Petersburg,
respecting the points raised by the
British Government, lias not yet
terminated, and probably it will
have to wait until tho opening of
Parliament before a full explana
tion is given.
Livebpool, Jan. B.—Breadstuff's,
steady; wheat, Us 3.1©12s for red
Winter. Corn, 29s for u«w mixed;
Western, :id for old.
ANOTHER GIANT DEVIL FISH
A Larger IpsclaOD than tlio Out Eiblb.tad
at tbo 'low York Aquarium.
[From tho Toronto lilube. ]
Sr. John's, Newfoundland, Deo
7.—Siiuv iKo capture nt Cutalina,
Trinity Hay, of Hie giguutic ceplml
opod, which i now attracting
orowiis to view it in the New York
Aquarium, another has been cast
ashore if attll larger dimensions,
ut Lance Cove, Smith's Sound,
about twenty miles further up
Trinity !!ay than the locality where
the former was taken. On the Slat
of Noveoibor, during n hlgli tido
niidal.igh inshore wind, another
of tbtso giant squids was borne
ashoru ut tlie locality named, and
ground,.l on a shingly beach, lv
its desperate efforts to escape, it
used Its syphon or funnel so
forcihl} 'hut the streaui of water
pour in); from it plowed up a trench
on the beach thirty feet in length
and of considerable depth. Soon
the reti ing tide left it high ou the
beach Mr. John Duffel, a resi
dent i.f the place, was among those
who collected to view the monster,
and he carefully measured the arms
aud body. The long tentacles he
found to bo thirly feel, in length,
being three feet longer than the
Catallna specimen; aud the body
eleven fset, or one foot longer than
that of tb« fermer. He did not
measur the shorter arms, but
ostium. ■ them at thirteen feet, and
deacrit i than) as beiug of enor
mous tbioknsaa at the shoulder. I
obtalue.i these particulars from his
own hps, It was the largeat speci
men yet obtained, and in Ihe most
Dufi'ei knew nothing of the value
of thesti monsters, except as ma
nure or dog's meat, and he put his
few quintals of fish ou board his
little vessel aud came ou here, leav
ing tbe big squid to rot on the
strand, or be washed buck iuto the
sea. Ho has returned home, and I
have hopes that I ipay yet obtain
from him some fragments nf the
monster, unless the sea has washed
it all away, or hungiy ilngsdevour
ed it. I have promised him a re
ward for tlie beak and head, if yet
undealroyed, or any of the arms.
Duffot lias also informed me that
in October last another specimen
equally large was cast ashore live
miles further up Trinity Bay than
Ltuce Cove, making the thiid
giant squill taken on the north
shore ot t hat bay in three months
During the three years between
1873 and 1876 only one epeciunn
was seen on this side of the Island,
It is well known that these crea
tures keep out usually in deep wa
ter, and seldom hug tlie shore, un
less when forced up one of the
great bajs by wind and tide
How to ... the Desert.
The report of Lieutenant Wheel
er's survey for the year ending
June 30th, 1870, contalua the results
of the examination made to nscer
tain Whether that portion of the
Colorado Desert below the level of
the sett can be irrigated from the
river. The general fuct, that no
canal for such irrigation can be
made withiu the limits of tlie
United States, was published in
1875, and Lieutenant Wheeler was
not authorized to make any sur
veys iv Lower California. That
such a canul is practicable, is im
plied by the flowing of tlie water
into the Desert in time of flood,
running a long distance on Mexi
can territory. Our Government
should solicit leave of Mexico
to make the surveys aud to
tako the land needed for
the canal, if the report
should be favorable. The neigh
boring republic would lose nothing
by the enterprise. The atnounto!'
watr-r passiug Yuma In March is
7,030 cubic feet every second,
enough to irrigate 1,51)0,000 acres,
or about 22,000 square miles, while
the area below tbe level of the
Colorado river is ouly 1,600 square
miles. In March the Colorado is
generally at a low stage. It is the
opinion of Lt. Wheeler that if all
this depressed area wero converted
into a lake, there would be no
materiul change in the climate of
tlie surrounding country. The an
nual evaporation along the Colo
rado is estimated at eight feet.
Concerning School Books
Tbe Sacramento Board of Educa
tion have unanimously adopted a
protest agalust tho renewed at
tempt of interested book publisher*
to change the text boclss in the
public schools Liy means of legisla
tive action. They sny: "Wevlew
with apprehension tlie renewed at
tempts to procure the enactment of
a law look inn; to a change of text
books, aud regurd any such laws us
inimical to the interests of thepuL
lic schools of this city; and expe
rience lias proven thut the patron!
of our public schools lire almost
unanimously opposed to any such
And they have, in consequence
thereof, requested the Sacrumenlo
delegation to have this city ex
empted from tho operation of any
law providing for a change of text
books, unci that they shall favor it
law leaving that whole subject to
the city to be determined us her
own people may please. And now
tliev mijht declare in favor of tho
State making and printing herown
school books—if these are to he
uniform in every city and in every
couuty.— Sac. Bee.
The Yuma Sentinel of January
sth, furnishes Ihe following items:
The parly of eastern capitalists
who went out to examine the
mines of Aztec district have all
passed through here on their way
Ul San Francisco. They declared
themselves much pleased and are
repotted to be now negotiating for
the purchase of interests iv that
The Western Union Telegraph
Company has raise.l rates since
It absorbed the Atlantic ifc Pucilic.
The charges are now $l.*'s for a
ten-word message to Sau Francis
co, and 50 cents lor every addition
al tlve words. To Los Angelas the
rates a eSO cents for the tirst teu
aud 25 cents for every additional
Last Saturday night, about 8
o'clock, Tlniuias Hughes, au old
resident of Yuma, was talking and
joking with W. al. Griffith and A.
D. Johnson. In the course of the
conversation ho picked up a little
pocket revolver which exploded
suddenly. The ball entered his
chest iv tlie region of tlie heart, and
appears to have lodged in the
muscles of the back. He subse
quently coughed up considera
ble blood, showing that his
lung was wounded. Olhurwise his
condition has been favorable
enough to afford reason to believe
lhat he will recover.
Gail. W. J. Palmer, President,
end Hon. D. C. Hunt, general man
ager, of the Dunver & Hit) Grande
railroad, wera here last Tueiday.
They took our town all in, hut ap
plied themselves cliirily lo gather
ing information about freight
movements aud tlie manner In
which Arizona Is developing. The
present teriniuus of tbeir road is at
Hi More. If the bill passes Con
gress appropriating money to be
expended by the military iv maU-
Ing a wagon road across tlie Mon
gollones, they can make a tempt
ing bid for currying tlie freight of
Preseott and all that ricli Bierra
Prida mining country. G«n.
Palmer knows this country well,
and is himself known from the sur
vey of the 35th parallel railroad
route ucross Arizona.
The naval theorists who superin
tend the buitdiug ef our ships of
war still continue to supply the
regular amount of utterly uusea
worthy vessels. Some people think
that the appropriation for the navy
ought to be termed "a linking
fud;" but the old shellback shakes
liijShead as he views the latest ad
t.l.- lou to our fleet of ooean-hearses,
a. I be murmurs "Huron other."
W. H. NORTH CRAFT,
(Successor toGeorgo Emerion, formerly
the House of Jones A Emerson i
AUCTION A COMMIbSION MERCHANT,
Corner Spring aud Market sts.
Regular sale day, BATUIIDAY at 11 a
m. Real Estate, Merchandise, Furniture,
MveHUiek, Wagons, etc., sold under the
bat&mST, and the s»les conducteil i»n tho
Let buslnos principles. ise't ONBIGN
KENTB -OUCITED. nWtf
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNI
E. W. IJOYES
Has opened out at No. I MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court Haus**, and will bo
pleased (o nerve his oid frl nds and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
instate Males, (tegular aale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNKSDA YS A SATURDAYS.
As I liaro no partners and do my own
work, 1 intend it make my marges less
thi\n thuse ©ramb»dy else In tbe busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
Pttnte tor the flrsr 81009 and onu percent,
on all nuris above tuat umouiit.
win buy KUKNI I'TJKB. HORSES,
WaGONH and all kiuds of property, and
N. B,— satnrdny *$ sales commence at 10
a. h. aud close at 4 r ac.
• li. W. NOYE«,
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California,
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
I inn prepared to sell, at unprscedent.
cdly low llgures, eighty thousand apple
trees of the most approved varieties.
Those who propose to set out orchards
would do well In call and examine my
atO"k. lam also propared to sett l'E All
and other orchard trees, ou favorable
term*. My obteet In sacrificing the«o
trees is to retire from the nursery busi
G. D. COMPTON,
COMPTON, Los Angelos Co,, Cal.
J. a. JACKSON
Corner Alameda ana First Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PIASTER OF
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28 New Commcrolal St.,
Tin Smiths and General
TIN ROOFING, LARD, HONEY AND
FRUIT 0 KHH a specially. Oas tilting
at.d plumbing lv ail lis brunches.
BWMOBBIN'Ii promptly attended to.
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RIAGES FOR SALE,
At CAMPBELL A WAKELY'B Uvery
Htable, 47 Alsio street. Also, a two seated
CABRI\<Jrt for sale or t-ade for top
buggy or feed, div-lm
/ft. sf •% g% am Salary. i , ««i.«taaaas
2KI /1111 Enponooa p»*»- A"
till Fill ■ ■ t-iANiaco., x.t,
Vial V V I.lSlßnstL, CMuat«
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
(toons 13 and U. MclHiuald Block,
Main St., LOS ANUKI.Ka, Cad.
Joiin E. Jackson,
CIVIL KNOISKBU AND SUKYKYOK.
Room 41 Temple Block, illtr
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Record* and
Examiner of Titles.
ABBTACTB OF TlTLE,lncluding .very
traninotlon from tka earliest duu.s to tha
present time, made with tiooaraoy aad
•UT ALLEN'S BUIbINU, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
James G. Kays,
NOTARY PUEiMC AND CON
OFFICIi-Temple Block (part of old Hank
Commissioner of Deeds fortheslato of
I Li» v removed my office lo
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining tue new Postoffice.
T. I>. MOTT.
|, S. UIOKNEI.I.. D. B rAKCiUHaIt.
BlWtllSJ * ! -4T*HAT?.»ro«
Adjoinins lhe Galen Depot.
r.,tvsnieu* to ell trains rHelne er da
ta, L,a a £t«m Los A v ,teles. aUroet ,v . .o
ell parts or the city. Everything naw
und clean. Board by the day or week at
reasonable rates. uMtf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
I.OS AN3RLBI, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIOUE & CO..
The Rt. Charles Is locate- fa Ihe busi
ucentre of the olty,and Is tne largeel,
meat elegant ana oomplstely organized
Hotel tn Sou the I'D California.
Kioo coach to the house.
J. A. GORBON, Manager.
Mr Western Union Telegraph In Betel
HpHIS HOUSE IS NOW PBPARBB 4f&
X. to receive Ui Bunaereus p.-utenn JBML
and the traveling public in general. Be
ing eutir, ly new and spleadlaly iur
n lined, It nlTods superior aeooumoda
ITS TABLE D' KOTO
I* saoonl to none in Southern California
I'M fc; MAR la supplied vrlihthe eheUest
brands uf wine*, liquors nnd olgars.
An elegant BILLIAUD KOOM Is also
attaoheJ to the house.
All trams now here for breakfast ani
supper, t lit the point*? departure for
tbe celebrated Inyo county nalnes, vie.—
Darwin, \ .one Pine, Cerre Got do uu J run
amtnt. Thaefßoeof the
LONE PINE HTAQE CO.
Is at this bate), The patronage of ■
uavellngpubllc In respectfully solicited.
M ATTfJ RWw A BOT6,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS TJS X oxr.v
IN THE OITY.
V. DOL, Proprlotor.
Dos Palmas Hotel k Corral,
S. IP. IR-.
A FULt.SUI'PLYOF OKAtN AND HAY
fvept oonstaully en hand,
nj-iin il. \v. KLEIN.
Spring St. Poultry Market,
81 Spring St., between First and
Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of
Came, Poultry, Eggs,
Butter, Cheese, etc.
A'so, FRE*II FRUIT*. Highest price
paid for poultry, game, eggs and butter.
. i lm fetCHUM ACHER A UK II Ns.
KWONG HINC * CO.,
il SPRINS ST.
C 111 IN KS* X STORK.
Cklasa ' ■ »•*. Goods and Toys.
FIUU.H tt Uom ,. Agei.it and kaat 1.
l, ""itud term. free. Tl ii wiSt. a>_
S'-ia.Malna. marXdA 11 kineatnr
M ISC JELL AN fill US.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 11 TEMPLE meek, Spring street,
Lee Angeles. He baa the LA RUsJST,
FINEST ANII BEST S ' OCKKD TAIL R
-ING ESTABLISH MENT in Honlh.ru
Csll'orala. His old eastoseers aad tbe
tnhllo will lad It the place le get BBSI'
TYUs and FITTI.>(i obtainable.
NE WEST BRO A DC LOTHB,
VELVET A SILK VELVETING,
Constantly oa haad. Refers to tbe prln
oipal aentloanan ef tbe city, tor whom he
baa mads clothing.
nerNo necessity to tend to San Fran
cisco for good Httlag suits. deoir>tf
When you wish to have clothes made
to order and a good at, call oa
J. BEKNSTKTN, NBW YORK TAILOR.
Mo. 11l MAIM ST.,
Between First and Market, Les Angeles,
and yon will be sure te get a good at, at
arlaee to salt. alt it/
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL... •00,000 OO
ISAIAS W. BELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTOR*.
laAiAs w. Hhllmax, Beenxe Mint,
O. W. CHune, L. C. aeeewie,
OHAKLkS DCCOMMOM, JtMB HssMklL,
Jons a. Oairrnt, c. E. Tuom.
EzeUaagc for aale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
[ BERLIN anil HAMBURG.
fiBcs:*e Etuwf,,. sita ttt'ie Thft".-!
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price ror (told
and Silver Bullion.
From aad after thla date, on all moaeys
Is tas Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of Loa Angelee.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. S. PATRICK _ President
E. F. SI'KNCE „ Oaahlv
I >1 RECTORS.
U. S. Patbick, S. H. Most.
A. A. Wn.ro*. H. MiBOBT.
H. M. JaaMSToN. I. I.askssssiv,
0 S. WrruaanT, faaa v. Capkoh,
J. E. HSLLIS BKCK, E. F. SPBMCB.
Thla Baak Is prepared to reoeivc dc
poalte oa opea aoeonnt, Issue CertlAaates
of Depoeit, aad transact a general Baa k
Collections made aad proceeds remitted
at cm real rates oi exchange.
liS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Loe Angelcsi Oal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J, K. SLAUSON Prcsldenl
rt. *. BAKMRT Vloe-PTcaldanl
J. M. KI.I.IUTT Cnable:
«i *!'•«,*, P. Er.AKnuY,
V. A. FiOUTBB, I r.n.BT ». Baicbb,
J, Bixbv, o«o. Tf. PaneooTT
A. W. UuWKAM.
Receive Savings B ink deposits.
any aod acll w.xubaagc si San Franalscc
New York, Loaden, Paris, Berlin ao
Buy exohange on all parts of the Unite.
Statea aod Bnrope.
Rcoclve men*, on open ascouat and Ocr-
Uleatc of bepealt, aad dc a genera
sacking and exohaag. husiaeaa.
Opcb Satnrdaya v oas tii te S p. M.
Containing »c rooms, la the heart -..'the
olty. view and geed location.
A six loom dwelling hease, la good lo*
c.tloa; clece to huslacss portion ef tbs
o ty; baa Just heca newly palatcd aad
(ispcred. Apply to
No.II New High St..opr.. Pico House.
View of Maxriajge!
■nanmsmjmmmmemmn * 0.,.. %c w.ariVa
1 o. j.
c^^^B&BHßaaaßßßCl rt -* m
ADVISCRI . v
On .Tl ifliii.au ■! . PHVau Kmh m*Jnt u»jm 8.8
AbaM. aaaMacc.. .r Bocr.t ras-y<s, wds tn. bt-4
Inr-taitvuluJLnt,. ranasih.enpsar., aw
NO. 87 I
SOCIETY KOncislS. 1
Mason lo Notice. ■
■ t.rm AlfUn I M(t So. a*. g>JI
T» _ * A. M—The «> a tad meetlMtl
Vy ""»'• L»la« are held aa 3
/*mm*\ BratMONO*Y of each mealiM
' ▼ x 7:;« p. m. Member.of Penrejl
P»a, No. an, and dl Mast, r M.aoaa IH
good standing arc cor Dally Invited. >.]■
By ardernf ttie W:> M:> r 'm
t'HAa. Skits. Secretary. ■
& PBHTALFHs LvslswK. Mofl
-VVgr Ml. r. A. « M. rho stated eoeeikfl
m\ ln«s of bu txxige are held eaten!
/V\ lh« TH '.UD MONDAY of ceaSl
month, al" P.M. an
By onter of Iho W;. M;. ■
H. Hii.i.»k, Heavy. M
Lis snjales Chanter Ne. 0., R: • I
t Stated convooauoas sal B
MONDAY of each month,■
7H P. at. at Masonic Hall.fl
Sojourning eompanlons JetMl
good standing cordially In-I
Tlted. By order of BJ
_ „ 8. f. FOY, H. r ■
W. H. A. Kiiib, 1
Les Angelee Ceanell No. 11, Reral aaal
Select Matters, F. A a. at, a
Holds Its stated assemblies on tba lib I
Mand >y of each month ai Masonic Hat..J
at p. h Sojourning Companl-iae la ■
sood standing ar fralrrnally luvllrd *C I
attend. B> order of the Th: U|-.Tm|
R. 9. CUNNINGHAM, ItecrOer ■
X NIQ H TSJTEM PL A ftl
Cc UcnCcfflmairaery )»e. J
Molds its sta tod conclaves at the '>>■ W
lum In M lennle -Jail, on 111. Tfcefimx.
THURSDAY of ea I nionih.at JHo'eloJr
p. at. Sojourning Knights TemplarHlS
good standing are cordially invited to at?
tend. My order of tha
J. O. Littt.bpik-.d, Recorder. C f
I. O. O. F. '
« WB, ii Auesiito lAttate ate. tea.
nßßfe V»-»-r.-it«irular meeunjje
"aSSF OI this Lodge ur* held erexV
"Odd Felo.s' Hall, Downey Bleea.
Vlatung and sojo .n.lng brothers In good
standing are Invited to attend.
. „ . M. LEHMAN. N. fl.
A. M. Ijwbisci, Pec. hoc.
welden stole Isalgc Mo. law, «. o.e>.*>.
•eaKettta Regular meeting held ea
-fjgPJjffttlßlDAV EVENING of each
■fHMpfTwc-k at • o'clook. Hodonra-
Ing brethren lv good ataadtac
are cordially Inv teu. By order.
T „ , _ ALLEN, W. a.
J. D. At.LEN, R. 8.
l.oe Aua-eloß Lustre Ne. Sit, I. O. •.»". ■■
we. .11; turn
iifHTfhi HEdULAR MBETINe* betel
'Crmsi'ne* >'■■'■'■ ' •
'v. v . lit *v a ief.
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