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O'MelYeny & Trantum,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms 7 und 8. Htrelllz
Block,Sprlngslreet, Los Angeles. Will
give exclusive attention to all business
entrusted to tbem. JsStf
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Howard, Br ossein. & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
ATLAW. Rooms, 66,67 and 68 Tem
,-le Block, third Boor, Los Angeles,
HENRY T. HAZARD,
/COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, O. A.
\J Doblnson, Manager.
OEKICE —It oms 8 and t Downey
s C. UUSUKI.L. RODISgT HUDSON,
HUBBELL A HUDSON,
A TTORN aVIS AT LAW.Uooms J aud *
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a a. chapman, h. a. smith
RUSSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
4 TTORNEYS AT LAW,
OPMOE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stairs, i*>s
Angeles. California. ooS-lf— 2
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ROOM 60, TEMPE BLOCK,
LOS ANOBLES, CAL. JyWtf
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ATToitrfUJ-x'si at law.
OFFICI -Room SJ, Tomple Hiock.
E. J. C. Kewen,
AT rt> KM X V AT Ll A VV.
BtrrlOl — Nos. 10 and 11, BTIIELITZ
BiUILDINU, Spriuz street.
PiCltlllE KEWEN will OOOUpy ths
same rooms, conducting a Keul Estslo
Ageoey, together with tlio business of
I. ianlng mousy and the collection of bills.
Dr. L. H. Joseph,
Pliy aioia 11 and Mur|;con
Jaetf il SPRINU ST., I.os Angeles.
K. 3. aiBEKSOM, M. D. L. U'eUIBB, M. D.
Drs. Gibeiaon & McUuire,
(Successors to Dr. T. 8. Stauway,)
Offlc*, Main Street,over Oottar * Brad
ley's Fuinilurs Store.
ttesidsuce, MM Maiu sUeot, ut tha foot
ot Third oM-lm
ttr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
i i> vmitilMii end (Sur^noit
r.. odrnee, Fort Hill, i Offloe,No. i»n™-
Kuwtia Vi»tasl*bel. I ueyßlook,upstairs,
J. HANNON, M. dT,
(JUUNTY Vli YMICIA N.
KOOMSMaud li, OaHUUHA BLOCK.
Kaildeaaa Bowney Aveuue. East
Las Angeles, naur tha aud of street rall
orace hours from to to 12 a. m.; fram 1 to
i r. at. a 1,20 ir
K. D. WISE, M. D.
i-V ITtJ'IGfl: IN CAHDONA BLOCK, LOX
/ Angeles, Cat., do,rly opposite Court
•aaa. eariJisuAsi.s of Fkmalbs a
J. Beclitinger, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN TO TIE ITALIAN IN
ilepondent aad Fraaoh M. B. aocla.
tiaa. Oeullstol tha French Hospital in
■aa Fraacliea. AU chroulo obstinate
oases aad op,ratlous on tha eye* attend
lIMCI — No, 7M Haoramento straat,
eoruai ef Kearny. Heeldenee—Ml, cor
aar Usua and facias etrcota, Man Fran
elsea. ooi iy
Uss rsmovsd to ths now and spacious
rooms, Nos. 8 ana li Caret on a Black,
Main stroi ;form«rly osouplsd by Dr.
Palmar) Waters Us will hs happy to s«e
his Msuds and formur patrons. »U i
OUR OLD FKIH.ND,
J. H. BUTLER,
THK POKT AND WATCHMAKER,
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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Mojave, Jan. 10.—W G Stag
man, O Leim, Mrs Harringtou, J
11 Lowell, C Smith, wife and two
children, MissMcClure, Miss Holt,
T A Crncbner, Mr. ltendskoff and
wife, H D Beck, J S Smith, W H
Perry, J M Starsbotb, J W Starley,
Mrs J Whedon.
Sacramento, Jan. 10—Senate.
—Seurls and Haymond were added
to I he Judiciary Committee.
The chair appointed Hilborn, of
Solano, to supply the vacancy on
the same Committee, caused by tho
death of Porter.
Salterwhite presented a petition
from citizens nf San Diego against
any change in the laws relntinz to
P. Murphy submitted a petilion
from tlie people of Sauta Barbara
against the passage of the Senate
bill providiug for a change of text
bonks in tbe public schools.
Tlie Senate concurred in tlie As
sembly joint-resolution for tbe ap
pointment of a joint-committee of
three from each House to consider
the condition of the laboring
Smith introduced three bills re
lating to tbe nurbor of Wilming
ton, Los Angelas County. The first
is an amendment to tlie political
Code providing that tide hinds there
shall not be subject to purchase.
Tlie second provides that tbe pro
vision of tbe political Code for the
sale of swamp und nveiflowed salt,
moist and tide lands shall not ap
ply to tide lands iv harbors. Tbe
third provides that no wharf shall
be located iv Wilmington harbor
so as to injure it. The bills were re
ferred to the Committee on Com
merce and Navigation.
Sin* Irnuelicii Items- After ibe
Aaliators Willi ,11a,e rslntrp
San Francisco, Jan. 10.—Ad
ditional warrants were made out
to-tlay for tbe arrest of Kearney
and Wellock under tbe Gibtis ordi
nance, based on language uttered
at Tut tie's Hall on the evening of
tlie 7th instant.
Mrs. White, in whoso bouse
Duncan and I.ewarne were con
cealed, in an interview with a
Bulletin reporter confirms all pre
viously published reports ou the
subject, and says, further, tbat she
consented to her share of tbe busi
ness ut tbe earnest solicitation of
Duncan's daughters—Mrs. Lew
arue and Mrs. Smedberg, and Ibat
Mrs, Duncan and ber daughters
visited the bouse frequently during
the concealment ofthe fugitives.
The Jailer took refuge there on
Sunday nigbt when they tiisap
pi ured, after tlie suspension of tlie
bunk, und remained there until
.Saturday afternoon, D; j c. 15th,
Him I'rMiielsow itlnrliels.
San Francisco, Jan. 10.—Wheat
—Shipping, $2 25@2 30; milling.
$2 27,@2 35. Barley—Feed, $1 57*
@1 62j; brewing, SI 67J@1 72*.
Corn—Large yellow, $1 62J@l 57J;
white, $1 60@1 65; smull round,
$1 70@1 75. Oats—Feed, $1 65©
I 95; milling, $1 95@2 10. Pota
Consollilalo.l Virginia Election.
San Francisco, Jan. 10.—At tba
annual meeting of Consolidated
Virginia to day, tbe following were
elected a board of Trustees without
opposition: Geo. Wallace, Sol.
Heydenfeldt, Geo. It. Wells, Con-
O'Connor and Chas. "H. Fish. A
motion to ratify all pant acta of
Trustees called out a protest from
Hquire P. Dewey, but tbe motion
was curried, only Dewey voting No
St,MNlssl|lpl 1,, it t.l at ore.
Jackson, Miss., Jan. 10.—Both
Houses of the Legislature com
pleted their organization to-day.
The Governor ami State officers
will be inaugurated 10-morrow.
The Governor's message was read
in both Houses.
Statistics show a very healthy
condition iv tbe State finances and
a decrease in taxation.
Uur. Mellon*'* Utessnse.
New Orleans, Jan. 10.— Gov
ernor Nicholl's message Isconfin-d
chiefly to Stale li ounces. Tbe total
oonsol'dated interest-bearing debt
is $11,785,293. Owiug to Ibe ab
straction of books from the Audi
tors office it is impossible to learn
tbe amount of tbe tloutiug debt.
lie recommends most rigid econo
my, and be enters a protest aguinst
the United Slates Senate in refus
ing lo admit Spoflord as tbe Loui
I lie lowa NeuH(»reiil|».
Dcs Moines, la., Jau. 10 —Tlie
Legislature will meet next Monday
for the election of a United States
Senator. There is no candidate
against Senator Allison, aud it is
probable that lie will have uo op
, \n lli,*J t, c*„ T'»-,lay.
Washington, Jan. 10.—It is
thought (hat Congress will uot be
able to do business to day owing lo
the tardiness of its members. Mc-
Creary suys that tbe Administra
tion sees no occasion for further
strife, and will go right on attend
ing to Its duties, and tbat changes
in" tbe Cabinet will be less favora
bly considered as the basis for har
••uwv I• i sons oilier ifnbs.
j f safe : >:iy letvjat" the tunclu
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1878.
baß goner to arrange an armistice.
A correspondent uuderstaud9 that
the Porte has agreed to propose a
six weeks' armistice on condition
tbat the belligerents muintain
their present positions and peace
negotiations commence as soon as
the armistice comes into operation.
A Bucharest correspondent tele
graphs that a thaw bascommen ed
which, if It continues, will cause
the movement of ice in the Danube
to recommence and make commu
nication more difficult than ever.
It in utterly impossible now for
horses and wagons to cross. Words
cannot describe tbe situation ou
the Danube. Tbe Russians sup
press tbe telegrams with tbe view
of preventing the state of affairs
becoming known to Europe. A
terrible outbreakof spotted typhus
has occurred in Frateschett aud
neighborhood. It originated
among tlie Turkish prisoners and
is so widespread that it is really a
stumors of mi, Anntstlee.
London, Jan. 10. —A. correspon
dent telegraphs tbat be believes
that a.six weeks armistice has al
ready been agreed upon. A dispatch
from Constantinople mentions that
a similar report is current there,
and that military operations are
ordered to be suspended from ten
o'clock Tuesday ulglit, but tlio cor
respondent points out that these
rumors are necessarily premature,
siuco the military representatives
of tlie belligerents tocouduct nego
tiations had not then been appoint
ed. Mebmet Ali, who. It wasstated
bad goue to arrange an arm stice,
attentled a war council Tuesday and
left Constantinople Tuesday nigbt.
A llrlllliiiil Kn.llau VlelorT—The
villole B iirM.li Army MS Slil|»Uh)
i'lf t Nlirr*.«„ler«*(l.
St. Petersburg, Jau, 10.—Grand
Duke Nicholas hus telegraphed tlie
following to the Emperor.
Letuha, Jau. 9 —1 am happy to
congratulate your Majesty upon a
brilliant victory gaiued this day.
General Rwletsky has, alter des
perate fighting, captured the whole
Turkish army defending Sbipka
Pass, consisting of forty-one bat
talliiins, ten batteries and one regi
ment of Cavalry. Prince Meisky
has occupied Kzaulik. General
Skobeleff holds Sbipka.
The Sad Death of "Uncle Tom"
Tlie Outlook linn details tlie par
ticulars of tlie em] casualty which
occuired at that place last week:
The lifeless body of Thomas
Biiotli—"Uncle Tom," us wo ail
culled lnm 111 fumiliur intercourse
—was found ut ibe bust, of tbe high
bluft' Ibat overlooks tbe ocean iv
front of towu. Upon examination
it was discovered tbat bin neck,
both legs am) one arm were broken,
wbile his whole body was more or
less bruited, showing that be bud
met with some terrible concussion.
A farther search showed murks on
tlie face of tlie bluff, on a Una with
hia body plainly evidencing tbat he
bad lulleu from above, scraping the
surface in bis descent. Tbe Coro
ner's jury gave a verdict 111 accord
ance with these facts—tbat he bad
come to bis dsatb by falling over
the bluff, a distance of about uiue
ty feet. Nothing more is known.
The last tbat was seeu of "Undo
Tom" alive was ou Tuesday eve
ning; bis body was found Saturday
morning. It is impossible to tell
whether be fell during the day time
or at night. We bave beard many
tbeoiios to favor both. However,
it is not material. It was, to our
mind, evidently an accident. Hit
pipe, which was probably in bis
mouth, was /onml near tbe body,
and bis cave was held firmly, with
a "death grasp." Now, It seems to
us, tbat one iv falling is like a
man d'owuing—"will catch at a
straw" even. As "Uncle Tom" bad
bis cane ill his band, and was act
uated by tbe impulse to ueiie some
thing, to save himself, be held on
tenaciously to il, which he didu't
release even in death. Hadtheact
been purpotly committed, there
would have been no effort to save
himself, and be would either have
dropped his cano, or thrown it
away. However, this Is only spec
"Uncle Tom" was everybody's
friend and everybody was his
friend. He was kind and generous
In tbe extreme. No man had a keen
er sense of honor. Being oid and
unambitious, bis life was bound
ed by a narrow circle, but witbln
its limit ha did bis part faithfully.
He was famous as a uurse, and
when the small-pox was In our
midst be was the strong right arm
of tbe town.
"Unolo Tom" was au English
man by birth, but had lived for
many years lv Jefferson oounty,
Kansas, where his two sous still re
side. For the past two years ho
has lived in Santa Monica, workiug
a portion of his time ut bis trade
(tailoring), but generally busying
himself improving his property.
The lust tribute of respect to this
worthy oid mull was puid last Suu•
day by a large portion of our citi
zens. R„v. Mr. Crum, delivered
au appropriate discourse; lhe deli
cate sympathy of woman was man
ifested by offerings of flowers, and
ull seemed desirous of showing that
they cherished a kliidl_'retnember
ancs of bis many good qualities of
■ail and heart.
Miss Thomson's Folly
"Miss Tliumson of the United
ales," as tbe English papers call
■r, Is making a downright jobn
inkey of herself In "Yurrup."
in lias electrified Edinburgh by
during Messrs. Marshall & Long,
welera, of that good city, to make
set of golden horse-shoes, costing
lout $1,000, for a mare halongiug
> bur. The animal, aays the Lou
>n Titiiev, was duly shod in tbe
trclous metal at tbe smithy of
refessor Baird, veteriuary sur
3on, HI. James's place. Tbe shots
re of the ordinary size and shape
id the nails witli which they are
zed are also of gold. The work
as carried out by Wm. Johnstone
Ir. Balrd's foreman), under the
iperiutendtuoe of Mr. John
Hill, of Messrs. Peter Moir
& Son's borse repository. The
animal was afterwards in
spected by Principal Walley and
Professor Baird, who expressed
their satisfaction witli the work.
The mire was then conveyed to
Messrs, Moir's establishment,
where she haa been at livery for
the past two months, and in tbe
course of the afternoon was mount
ed aud ridden about the yard by
Miss Thomson. The animal was
purchased for her present owner at
one of Messrs. Moir's sales about
two years ago, aud since tbon has
made a voyage across the Atlantic.
Miss Thomson aud ber steed left
Edinburgh shortly after for Lon
don, en route, it is supposed, foe
America. What a blessing a hun
gry belly and a wasbtub would be
to that "Miss Thomson of the Uni
Los Angeles to a Stranger
Mrs. S. K. Saxe sends a letter to
the California Resources giving
her Impressions of our city, from
whicli we make the following quo
On the third morning after leav
ing San Francisco we landed at
Santa Monica, where we tarried a
day to ci joy the sea-bathing, and
to imagine ourselves at Long
Branch, an easy thing to do, except
tbat, of tbe two watering-places,
Santa Monica has a much finer
beach, and no extremes of climate,
and although at tbe present time
Its sanguine hopes of eventually
becoming a great city are in abey
ance, one would hardly hazard a
reputation as a soothsayer in pre
diction- for it a bright and prosper
from Santa Monica an hour's
ride, by rail, brought ue to this
j modern Hesperides, whose orch
ards und vineyards, "rooted in a
| a golden soil, bear v golden frui'.
| Los Angeles is a lovely city,
scattered over six miles square,
:an I embracing within its munici
pality, many tine orange groves
j aud grape vineyards. The city
'claims t'i have 18,000 angels. Cos
mopolitan aud heterogenous to a
degree, almost every nation under
the sun has ita representative here.
The Hebrew, the Italian, the Ger
man, the Frenchman, the African,
the Chinese, the Indian Squaw,
with her papoose peering over her
shoulder, tbe Sister of Charity iv
her white bonnet, tbe Spanish
Sefiorita casting furtive glances
j with ber handsome black eyes out
j from under the closely drawn
: shawl, Jostle each other daily upon
the not too commodious or well
1 kept sidewalks. Tbe streets are
ample, aud kept most scrupulously
clean by a chain-gang of prisoners.
I But the symmetry ofthe city is
greatly impaired by tlie residue of
I adobe huts, built by tbe primitive
i settlers. But tbe march of pro.
gr-ss hue overtuken them, und
tempora mutantur is written upou
i their mini walls. The edict has
i been spoken, that these uncouth
I landmarks of a former age ami
people, must abdicate, iv favor of a
more modern style of architecture;
the wild aud luxuriaut custor-beau
j and cactus, give place tn their fair
j er sisters, the rose and tlie lily, tlie
olive aud the vine.
There is some complaining of
having suffered from drought here
j during the past season, but a drive
|to the old Sau Gabriel Mission,
j aud from thence through the heart
lof the handsomest, richest and
; most productive valley iv Ihe State,
; does not suggest to the beholder a
! cause for complaint of any nature.
Greeu fields of wheat aud waving
patches of alfalfa hedged iv with
lims trees, greet tbe eye iv every
direction, while there is no lack of
corn aud other cereals.
Leaving the San Gabriel valley
and passing over to tbe Cotnptoti
and Florence region, ou tbe Wil
mington branch of tbe Southeru
Pacitlc Railroad, we enter upon tlie
"artesian belt." There are
now in tbe vicinity of
Compton, between two aad
three hundred artesian wells.
Besides these,there are several flow
ing wells at Florence, near
which place is tbe farm and resi
dence ot Gen. Shields. But as X
did not intend this to be a lengthy
letter, I will forbear dilating upon
the General's 250 acres of squashes,
yielding 3,000 tons, planted at a cost
of 91,200, and sold for $11,000, leav
ing a net profit of $4,o00; nor will I
| dwell upou the merits of Gospel
: Swamp, where lands even in this
dry season, are said to produce 150
bushels of corn, and to yield fllty
tons of squashes to the acre. Surely
Lot Angeles is a most prolific ooun
| ty, and will doubtless fulfill tbe
must sanguine predictions in its fa
A Persevering Sailor.
From a gentleman just returned
from Julian, we leuru tbe particu
lars of the marriage of two of the
colored denizens of tbat place,
which threw ihe little city into an
excitement rivaling lhat of San
Diego over tlie duel last Thursday
It seems Mr, Browu bad wooed aud
i won a dusky female, answering to
the name of Betty, but Betty's
j hard -hearted mamma forbade tlie
tying of tbe Gordiau knot, which
per arrangement was to have been
accomplished ou New Year's eve.
Alter using all tbe eloqueuce in
spired byso momentous a considera
tion us tilled bis soul, Brown ap
pealed lo a number of. white friends
jto help him, and lv a body they
1 proceeded to Betty's bouse and
I there lavished all their wealth
|of coaxing and persuasion to in
duce the aforesaid parent to relent,
anil even went so far as to try to
take the youug lady by main
strength from the sheltering mater-
I nal embrace in which the young
I lady waaheld, but all to no effect.
' Early on New Year's day tbe bat-
I tie was again renewed, and along
; toward evening, In view of utler
1 annihilation if she longer denied
the consummation so devoutly
wished, tbe old lady yielded a re
luctant consent; tbe town
hall was II
' rington was
er, and amid the loud and
prolonged shouts of victory and
wishes for a long and happy life to
tlie heroic young couple, Judge
Monroe proceeded in his most sol
emn and impressive manner to pro
nounce them "man and wife until
death do you part." So mote it be.
— San IHego News.
Aimee's Definition of Deceney.
The Cincinnati Enquirer is re
sponsible for tbe following story
of Aimee, the queen of opera
bouffe. while traveling [recently in
a sleeping car: About midnigbt a
small performing bear, that had
been placed iv tbe baggage-car for
transportation, by some means es
caped from his quarters, got into
tbe sleeping-car, and crawled into
bed alongside of tbe fair French
woman. After a whilejshe awoke,
and finding tbat she had a bed-fel
low, she remarked: "[ am not
astonished at ze sangfroid of ze
Western man, but I Unk you
should have ze decency to take off
your ulstaire before you retire."
What the bear said is not reported.
Probably be replied with a grunt.
W. H. NOttTHCRAFT,
(Successor to George Emerson, formerly
the House of Jonee dk Emerson)
AUCTION k COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner sprins and Market Bts.
Regular sale day, SATURDAY at 11 A
ai. Heal Estate, Merchandise, Furniture,
Livestock. Wagons, etc., sold under the
hare mer. and the stales conducted on the
he r. business principles. jaTLONSIGN
MENTS -OLICITED. Dtttf
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IK SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
m "W. NOYES
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court Uousu, aad will ha
pleased to xerve hls o d frl nds and the
public. Particular attention paid to Ueal
Estate vnics. Regular sale Uayi for
Horses and rolling stock,
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I intend M nvike my charges lost,
than thuse ol'an. b#dy else in the busi
ness. ch..rging on real estate two per
cq- i. for the trtt HUM and one percent,
on all sums above tuat amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSEN,
WAGONS and alt kinds af property, and
N. U.~ Saturday's saleseeniuenee at 10
A. M. and close at 4 P. k .
B. W. NOYK4.
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California.
J. a. JACKSON
Carncr Alameda and First Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PIASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
j. ML 6RIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First atreeta
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Parry, Woedworth A Ca.'e
—a» a —
:*<•, io tdttimmoi.i street, n.ar
Uallroad Depot. mrM-tf—
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supplies to the cerebrospinal and sym
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- Price, S3 per bottle, or four times the
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Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, Iff. D. t
(Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident surgeon ta the
Urthopcedlo Howpltal uf Philadel
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
P. S.—DR. MINTIE oan be consulted
In reference to the above complainis dur
ing office hours from 9 a. M. to BP. K.
dally, and from 6 lo 8 In the evening.
Sundays,lo a. m. to IP. if. Consultation
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HORSES, BUGGIES AND CAR-
Bl AGES FOR SALE,
At CAMPBELL * WAKELY'S Livery
Htabla, 47 Allao street. Alio, a two aaated
CABRI iQK for aal. or truiie for top
bufiry orfeed. dll-tm
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cad.
Jo lin £. Jackson.
civil, engineer am) sunvßYon.
Room 41 Temple Block. slStf
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
AB3TACTS OF TITLE, Including evory
transaction from th, earliest dales to the
present time, made with accuracy and
OT ALLEN'S BUIDINO. comer Spring
and Temple streets.
James C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE—Temple Block (part of old Bank
Commissioner of Deeds for tUe State of
Indiana. s* lm
I havo removed my ofllce lo
No. 10, MUTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining the new Postorflce.
T. X>. MOTT.
B. 8. BIOKMELL. D. B fARQCHAS.
BICKNELL A FARQUHAR.Prpe.
Adjoining ths Union Depot.
Convenient lo all trains arriving er de
parting from Loa Angeles, street cars to
ail parts of the cliy. Everything new
arid clean Board by the day or week at
reasonable rates. n24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANBELSS, CAL.,
8. W. CRAICUE & CO..
Ths si. Charles Is loealad In the busi
ness centre ofthe city, ass is tha Isiv.st,
most elegant aud ceaaslttely organized
Hotel la Southern California.
Froo coach to ths house.
J. A. 60RB0N, Manager.
urWiiicru Union Telegraph In Betel
Mojave Juuotion, Cal.
man HOUSE ISNOW PKPAUHD JmL
X. ao receive Its nuanerous patronsJgaL
and the traveling public in gsnoral. B7-
Ing entir-ly new and aplendldly Inr
nlshed, v ailords superior aeeommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is sesood to none In Southern California
THE BAH Is supplied with the ehelceat
brands of wines, liquors and oigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains step hero far brer.kfast anJ
supper. It Is the point of departure for
Che oelebrated Inyo county mines, vfs.—
Darwin, Tsiue Pine, Cerre Gordo aud 1 ttn
amlnt. The office of ths
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of c
traveling public Is respsotfully solicited.
MATTHEW* 4 BOYB>,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
U THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
Dos Palmas Hotel & Corral,
8. HP. IE?/. R.
A FULLSUPPLYOF GRAIN AND MAY
Kept constantly on hand.
nJ-lm H. W. KLEIN.
KWONC HINC A CO.,
37 SPRING ST.
Chla.ss and Japaaese Woods and Toys.
FKBBU TEAS, shsaiisst and heal la
town. OIGARS of the best brands.
Servants aad hands nf all kinds tur
Garcia & Arzaca,
2s New Commercial St.,
Tin Smiths and General
TIN ROOFING, LARD, HONEY AND
FRUIT C\NSa specialty. Gas Biting
aud plumbing lv ail Its branches.
NO promptly attended to.
Fashionbie Merchant Tailor,
XT"- it TEMPLE Block, Sprlag street,
JX Loa Angelee. He has the LAHGaAT,
Finest and best STOCKHS tail, b
-ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
Csliiornia. His old easterners aud the
Subtle will Sad It the place to get BKtsT
TV LES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET A BILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal aentlemen of the olty, tor whom he
has made clothing.
aorNe necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good siting suits. dec3U-tr
When yoa wish to have clothes msds
to order and a good fit, call an
J. BERNSTEIN, NEW YORK TAILOR,
No. Ist MAIN ST.,
Between First and Market, Los Angelas,
aud yeu will be sure te get a goad fit. at
prices to suit. sll ltf
FARMERS' * MERCHANTS'
Of Lot Angeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. URLLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAIAS W. HItLHAS, E*OI« Mil ls,
O. W. CHii.na, L. C. Go. a WIN,
CHAIILIS DVOOMUUM, Josß MasCAKEL,
John s. Gairrw, C. E. Tboh,
. ..Ask Lacovvßatm.
Exoliange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN aud HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Buy »<>< l *S«U
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also nay tlie higuttst price for Gold
and Stiver Bullion.
From aad after this date, on all moneys
le-t as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Or Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENOE CasM«>
M. S. Patkkik, s. H, Marr,
A. A. Vf 11.1 .is . 11. Mabstbt,
B. M. Jon.Nsru.-, , I. LAKKUMHIH,
O. S. WlTUKaar, Jno. e>. Cap«on,
J. E. HsLLSIt BECK, E. I*. SPBNCB.
This Bank Is preparsd lo receive de
posits en open account, issue Certificates
of Deposit, aud transact a general Bank-
Collections made and proceeds remitted
.it eui rent rates of exchange.
L6S ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Angeles „ Cal
Capita! Stock (paid up), 300,080
J. S. St.AUSON President
K. n. BAKspB Tlee-Fresldent
J.JI. BLUOTT Cashier
T, R. ipuos, P. BRAUnnY,
V. a. sloovkk, I saassr s. Bakbb,
J. i-.ixhv, n».i, >v. PaaacaTT
A, W. gsiWslAtl.
T'.re.ive Savlaga P ink deposits.
Buy aad sell exeoMiigeoa Saa Franeisso,
New York, Lond.u, Paria, Berlin and
Bay sxehaage on all parts ef the Ualted
States aad Buropa.
Resolve moae.T on open account aad Cor
tlflcate Of Deposit, and do a genera]
baaklngand exehaage business.
Containing: flrs reemfi, in tho heart of iho
city. Bpl*miitt view and good location.
A tlx T««m *lwelll»f houso, la toed lo
cation; clwso to buolnosi portion of tli*
civ, hai Jmt ooea nowly oalatod aad
papered. Apply to
No. 81 Now UiKh St. «pp. Ploo House.
View of Marriasre!
fcsa\«JVif iTts ttV
wat^^JAa»a>ri Obi rn^t m
Os mil JUsrstaTse* sTPrtTaU iSnxuro mmm**% *»im BttU
Akusc. Tlsrea■ t. " * • Diss»sw t vih aw tva«J
rfrafi, Mti rSrSjS SaJasta. tm»m JO eU.
A CLf WWAIm XAjaVFTma...» isi aJta>tt» 4U.ta.-a aata)
.llfttsx dsf %• lacSJBCS, CWjttSWh,a\Vt«BdHa«-0. taV>
r>p4*m MaMt.Jkr.. prU-a » tm.
Mr*** kwok *«ca p»*m+M*>*. Mttat «| prim i er si OXms.
M Aum'H-. I tmjre So,i2, r.
* A. M.—Tbe stated meetings
jr ef this Ijjdge aro held en the
/Xar\ first MONDAY ofeach rnont-i nl
' 1 7:W p. m. Members of I'eniai
pha, Ne. 203, and .11 Master Masons lv
arood standing are ocr llally Invited.
By order of the W; M:>
. I'Has. Smitu. Secretary.
a PMTALPIU I.onCE. >'o
mf\*r Ma, P. A. AM. The stated meet
M lags of ibis LiOuge are held on
f>tr\ the TBIRD MONDAY of each
month, nt 7 p. m.
By order of the w:-M'-
H■ Hillrr, aao-y.
L« anklet Chapter No. 33, «.:• «:■
n Stated convocations on 3
| J MONDAY of each month
7 H p- m. al Masonic Hall,
fkf UI Sojourning companions tn
r"V JT» *°od ■"Andlng cordially in-
vlted. By order of
„. „ 8. C. FOY, H. P
| I W. H. A. Kino,
Let Angelas CoonoU No. 11, Royal and
Select Matteri, F. * a. ■~
Holds Its stated assemblies on the 4th
Monday of eaoh month at Masonic Hall,
at 7i30 p. si Sojourning Compuuirna tn
goad standing ar fraternally invited to
attend. By order of the Th. 111.
R. m. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder*. a
De Lion Commandtrf No.
Holds its stated conclaves at the Asy- J
lum in M .sonic Wall, on the Th'*d I
I'HUKSDAY of ea I month, ai7U o'clock I
p. M. Sojourning Kn glits Templar lv 1
good standing are cord',lly Invited lo at- I
Lend. By order cf the 1
J. O. ljTTi.nrrKi.D, Recorder.
I. O. O. F.
iirMilii »"■"■"- Lodge Me, laa,
M&Vt** ': V,' ," meetings
■WSSBfIFof this Ijjdgc are beld every
_ MONDAY evening at « o'clock
at Ma Felois; Uall, Downey Bloea.
Visiting and sojo .n Ing brothers In good
standing are invited to attend.
. „ . M. LEHMAN, N. O.
A. M. Lawkbncx, I cc. see.
Holiteii Rule Lodge Ho. 100, I. 0.0.5*.
..tdastawv . Itot-uihr meeting held aa
iSgP-VKKJIIAI EVENING of each
week at 8 o'clock. Sojourn
" "', , lag brethren in good standing \
are oordlally lav leu Hy order.
t ™ . „ „ P ' ALLEN, N. a.
J. D. AI.LO, R. B.
Lo» Augeles Lodge Ha. 39,1. O. O.sT. J
jmfmwti*. Hi's" lar meeting held on
aCHsIWEDNESDAY EVENING ol eJ
'sHfHtKVeacb week at 71, o'ch.ck. 80- YJ
. louralng brethren in good
staaalng aro cordially in vlted.
, „ J. W. BARD, N. G.
A. Frank, R. 8.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31,1. 0.
lltWasTll RKf 'ULAR MEETINGS halo
H Bu ll tbe Second hud Fourth
, TITEHIiAy« of eseb month at
„ . ,„ p. m Sojourning Palri- j
archs In good -landing are cordially lavl. I
ted to attend.
B. Map:*-*' v
OOLIVE0 OLIVE LODCn, N O . s6 ,
masts every I'limsday evening,at I
7 e'oloek, at the Castle-Hail.
Downey Block. ill sojourning Knights '4
In good standing are ordlalli Invited.
„ _ w I. A. DUNBMOOR.C. C.
C. E. Milks.X. of R. a.
Confidence Engine Company Ne. 2. I
V REGULAR MEETINGS ol
ytßu this Company will take place
sTmmmVt nu tbe nisl Wednesday eve-
nlnif ol each mouth, at 8
o'clock. By crder,
W. s. MQiiRE. Secretary.
C. F. HKINZEMAN & CO.,
Suscesaors to J. B. SAUNDERS A OG
INIfiISTS AND CHEMISTS,
7*2 Main Street.
The CHOICEST TOIIJtT ARTICLES,/ •
PHEJUT LaUOS aad PATENT MED I.
class of all kinds, sr Prescriptions care-
Inlly componadsd day and night, not-tf-3
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIGNORET'3
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite tlie atariposaStore,
FRENCH AND OTHEU KOItEIGJf
PATENT MEDIC Nits.
PERFUMEIIY, BRUSHES AND |
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aarPrsscrlplions prepared with great
The proprietors ef Ihe stove Cemetery
offer lota for the next
at HAL." PRICE and os EASY MONTH
SPECIAL ARRANCIEMEN.S will bo
, made with these wishing to transfer I
friends from ether oemeterles lorver
green Cemetery, at NOMINAL PRIcBS,
il application is made immediately.
For farther Information apply to
ISAAC W. LORB, tt o'retarr,
o*tf tf and SI Main hi., Angeles, Cal
I TOB SALe 7
| I affar my place, three quartets af a
. mllefrssi Downey City, oa Ih- W Inftlag
toa rose, adjolalf g the c.llege: at a Var
■ gala. It oeioptloes -|
I Fiftees or whlah are la fruit, af eluau».
' varieties. There are otehl acres of bK.
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ht». aatare iiwslai m ssl i-S
Water rlght aUasssMMl iTlsss.. A