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•J OSKPH 13. LYNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
•* i .niium, l»y mall orexpress $10
•li <t mouths " " 8
mcc months " " 3
il tlivered tiy carriers, per week, 2!) cents
US ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
W piiblUhuJ every Sal imluv mommy
i«eyeur,liy ihh.ll or«xpreM.Oße ttol»y..llWl
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111 UlikU ul Job-Work ilouo to
\ .tupotu with s-in Francisco In
f .ice.Style, mi I £■•(■>■■«« Ol V»«»rU.
U. K. S. O'KELVENY. O. O. TRANTOtf.
O'Molveny Si Trantum,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8. Htrelltz
Mlock.Sprlngslreet. Los Angeles. Will
give exclusive attention to ali business
entrusted to tbem. JaStf
V. E. HOWARD. K. 11. HOWARD.
Howard, Brosseau Si Howard,
* TTORNEYB AND COUNSELLORS
A. AT LAW. Rooms, 66,67 and 98 Tem
ele Block, tbird floor, Los Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
A TTORNEY A. T _A W
/-COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, G. A.
Vj Dobln in, Manager.
OFFICE — Roms S und 9 Downey-
s. 0* nOBBKLI.. RODNEY HUDSON,
HUBBELL & HUDSON,
A TTORNEY'S AT LAW.Rooms 3 and 4
Ducommun n Blook, corner Main rV
commercial streets, Los Angeles. may"-tf
A , ;,.\ 55r.1.1.. G. H. SMITH
~ 11. CHAPMAN, U. M. SMITH
iiLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
t'FFIOB—TEMPLE BLOCK lip-stairs, l«
Caiiiornia. ooSHf— 2
~' A. C. BAKER,
VT'I'OUNKY - AT - I.>VW.
ROOM 60, TEMPE BLOCK,
LOB ANGELES, CAL. JylStf
Ml « I'UKN H. WUITS. J, D. 81C1f.N81.1..
Biekuell & White,
ATTOnNUYM AT LAW.
OFFICII- TteOaa iv. Temple Block,
E. J. C. Kewen,
ATTOHNU V A_ LAW.
WFFIGB - Nos. 10 and 11, KTKELITZ
BUILDING, Spring street.
PHRRIE KEWEN will ocoupy Ihe
same rooms, conducting a Real Estate
Ageooy, together with the business of
loaning money and the collection of bills.
Dr. L, ft. Joseph,
Physician and Miri;eciii
Jaßtf 81 SPRING ST., 1.08 Anselcs.
N. S. GIBICRSOK, H. D. 1,. M'OUIRK, M. li.
Di n. Uiberson & McUuiro,
'Successors to Dr. T. S. Stanway,)
Olrlee, Main Street, over hotter tfc Brad
Residence, 201 Maiu street, at tiie loot
ot Third. ezblui
Or. N. PTRICHARDSON,
I - hy uiioi tin and fc-'ui-fjfooii
It. 4ldei.ee, Fort Hill, I Olliee, No. 19 Dow-
Uueua Vista street. I ueyßlock,up stairs.
,T, HANNON, M. IJ^
KOOMS II aud IS, CA RDONA BLOCK.
Residence- Downey Avenue. East
Isis Augeles, near the cud ol' street rail*
Olflce hours from 10 to 12 a. m.; front 1 to
4 V, M. ap2o-tf
K. D. WISE, M. 1).
/ 'VFFICE IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS
\ 9 Aageles, Cal., nearly opposite Court
House. esy-DisEASKS or Females a
J. Bechtinger, H. U.,
PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
depeudeet and French M. 11. socie
ties. Oculist of the French Hospital lv
Nun Francisco. All chronic obstinate
w<gses and operations on the eyes uttend
OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramento streot,
corner of Kearny. Residence—SE. cor
ner Mason and Pad no streets, San Frun
olBco. ocS ly
Hun removed to the new and upaolouH
ruoma, Nos. 0 and \% Card on a Block,
Main Htreet. (formerly occupied by Dr.
Palmer) where he will be happy to.see
hitt frleuds aud former patron**. hBif
RECOMMEND TO FAMILIES
For a trial, and wo let the consumers bo
the ludgesuf Its merits.
BteTAlso, Importers aud mamifucturors
o' Haloes, Chocolates, Teas, Cream Tar
tar, Soda, Saloratu* and luralllble Yenst
406 & 407 SANSOME STREET,
dii9-3n> SAN FRANCISCO.
NEW CONFECTIONARY STORE,
I I HI CAU BE OBTAINED
And a Hue assortment ot CANDIES
always on hand.
The best COUGH SYRUP yet intro
duced to tke people of this vicinity,
made by tha subscriher, can alia be ob
tained, arm. No. M SPRING ST.. next
door south of Kew Odd Fellowa' Hail and
Paatoffloe. Los Angeles, Cal.
dae-lan MR3. FRYE.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
From Mnu Bueun vein urn — Mora
Wllnrr Ouuo-A IlrnTf Illuw.
San Buionaventuha, Dee. 17.—
No mails Imvo been received here
siuce Monday night The Sespe,
Santa Clara anil line rivers be
tween this town and the railroad
station at Newlmll are all impas
About three hundred feet more
of tho wharf was swept nway last
night by tho heavy swell. This
morning, the wind has got around
to tho north with a clear sky over
head, but the heavy hunks of
clouds lying close to tbo horizon in
all directions threaten more rain.
So far nearly eight Inches have
fallen this season.
The most intense anxiety is felt
to learn the whereabouts of tho
Senator, which left San Francisco
on Monday, siuce which time noth
ing has been heard of her. The
wives of several of our citizens are
A short, sharp hurricane, coming
from the east aud veering suddenly
to the southwest, did a great deal
of damage last evening, uorooflug
buildings and blowing down fences.
The largo warehouse at Hueneme
was partially unroofed. The gale
was preceded by a heavy thunder
storm aud vivid lightning.
Sacramento, Jau. 14.
Curtis, ol Sacramento, introduced
a bill in the Senate to-day author
izing the Boards of Education of
tiie cities and counties to establish
and maintain labor schools, where
in mechanical labor shall be taught
in connection with other branches.
Section 2 provides that such schools
may be established sepaiately or in
connection with those already ex
isting, aud shall determine the
number of scholars to be instruct
ed; Ihe character of the instruction
to be imparted; the mechanical
branches to be taught; the charac
ter of the machinery, implements
and steam power to be used anil the
materials to be worked up, so as to
render the Instruction practical
and ofticleut. The Boards are em
powered to appoint teachers and
employes who shall determine the
pupils to bo admitted to the schools;
lo sell st public auction all the
goods manufactured, except such
us may be requisite for use. The
expenditure of $50,000 Is authorized
for the first year, aud thereafter the
appropriation is fixed at $20,000 per
annum. Tiie Board of Supervisors
are empowered to rai«e the neoes
sary funds. Tbo Boards of Educa
tion are also authorized to establish
labor schools for girls between the
ages of thirteen and eighteen, iv
which, iv addition toothet branch
es, shall bo taught millinery, dress
making, printing, telegraphy ami
engraving. The act goes into ef
fect upon its pussage.
MINORITY Rl2l* RESKS TAT IO N.
Haymoud's amendment to sec
tion 307 of the Civil Code iv rela
lion to corporations was passed lo
engrossment to-day by tho Senate.
Its object is to provide for minority
representation iv all Boards of
Trustees, and the principle em
bodied in the amendment is one
which has been found to operate
well in England. If, for Instance,
there were 100 shares iv a corpora
tion having live tru'lees, owned by
five men equally. As the law vow
6lunds, three of these ineu owning
three-fifths of the stock can shut
out Ihe other two men representing
two-fifths from any representation
in the selection of trustees. Under
Haymoud's bill these latter, by
centeriug their vote upon one man
could vote for him their number of
shares multiplied by the number
of directors or trustees to be elect
ed, and thus insure representation
equivalent to the interest held in
PASSAGE OF PI ERSON'S LIBEL BILL.
Plerson's bill to add a new sec
tion to the Code of Civil Procedure,
to be known as section 2105, was
passed by tho Senate to-day under
suspension of the rules aud with
out opposition. It forces, in ac
tions to recover damages for libel,
the burden of tho proof upon the
defendants to show, by a fair pre
ponderance of evidence, first, that
the matter is true; second, that it
was published for good motives—
that is, for the public good, and
without any admixture of private
malice; aud third, that it was pub
lished for justifiable ends—that is,
for ends or purposes In which tlie
community at large, or a consider
able portion thereof, were inter
The ... in Gold.
New York, Jau. 15th.—A World
Washington special says: The de
cline of gold in New York to-day,
sent a flood of telegrams to Wash
ington inquiring if there had been
auy developments on the silver
question to warrant it. The replies
sent stated that there was nothing
new, though the opponents of tbe
bill were still conrldeut that it
could not be passed through the
Senate over the veto, and they
were also now hopeful that the free
coinage feature of tbe Bland bill
would be voted down. This would
necessitate the return of the bill to
the House, where it will necessari
ly bo delayed fur a considerable
lime, and finally fail, it is thought,
to securo the required two-thirds
voto to pass It over tbe veto there.
Last in the Desert.
While Mr. Roberts was coming
to town from ths Mojave on
VV edneaday, he noticed near the
grapevines a man* track crossing
tho road, with a trail like that of a
rope following. It struck him as
singular, siuce there were no other
tracks visible ou the road indicat
ing the paseago of either man, ani
mal or wagon. He followed the
tracks toward the desert for about
three miles, when it turned, circu
lating towards the river, passed the
road and again In aalrole moved off
ou the desert. Mr. Roberts was
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18. 1878.
surprised, as whoever mado the
tracks evidently traveled with
out an object. Tho pedestrian
in describing those circles was
within seven miles of the nearest
water; tho next nearest being
soventeen miles distant. Whilo itt
Cody, Mr. Roberts heard of an in
sane mau who was supposed to
have perished in the Cady Lake—
a body of water of considerable area
and great depth—his hat and cane
having been found in the tules
along the edge. lie is inclined to
believe that the man, minus his
coat and hat, may have wandered
off ou the desert, aud, in his wan
derings, described the apparently
purposeless trails discovered. This
belief is at least plausible. The
wanderer probably perished.— San
San's Montea Items.
IFrom tbo Outleok.l
Mrs. Jailey's Wax-works next
The range of I lie thermometer
for the past woek lias been from 40
fo 75 degrees.
The steamer Senator, which was
due here this morning, hos not yet
arrived, aud up to noon bad not
been heard from.
All the plows in this viciuity are
vow In use. The last rains render
a barley crop anywhere ou the
plains a cerlaiuty. Hence the geu
eral purpose cf sowing as largo an
area as possible.
Quite a drove of whales were
seen last Sunday sporting iv Santa
Monica Bay. The amount of
"spouting aud blowing" they did
would put tbe most boisterous po
litical convention !o the blush.
Last Sunday we thought we had
discovered that mythical denizen
of the deep known as a mermaid;
but upon closer inspection we
learned that it was only a young
lady taking a January swim in the
The breakers made an unceremo
nious visit last Tuesday morning,
town at the bath-house, causing a
decided commotion among the oc
cupants. However, there was but
little damage. A few planks were
warn loose, and tbe promenades and
bath rooms pretty well covered and
filled with saud. On Wednesday
morning the sea ran even higher,
but with DO further damage than
to repeat the performnee of the
Our "oldest inhabitant" never
saw such a heavy sea as there was
ou Monday night. The great roll
ers broke about half-way of the
wharf and threw a thick epray en
tirely over the railing. This is the
severest test the wharf has ever
had, aud everything is all right.
That struoture stands solid and
firm. It is hardly possible that
tbo wharf will ever be subject to a
more severe ordeal. Hence wo feel
confident iv saying that Santa
Monica, as a shipping point, is a
decided success. Nothing but neg
ligence iv keeping up the necessary
repairs can ever admit any serious
mishap to the wharf.
Particulars of the Loss ok
the Bark "Osmyn."—A brief ro
port of tbe loss of the bark Osmyn
iv Puget Sound, through a collieiun
witli the bark Aureola, has been
published. A Portland dispatch
gives, however, additioual particu
lars. It says:
Intelligence has just reached hero
of the loss of the bark Osmyn, near
Point Townsend, on the morning of
January 10th, at 3 o'cloak. The
bark Osmyn, Captain Himpson,
from Seattle, loaded with ooal for
San Francisco, collided with the
bark Aureola, Captain Malgram,
from San Francisco, about two
miles and a half south of Point
Ringnld. The winds at time were
baffling and squally. A good deal
of rain had fallen, and it wag too
dark to see a light a hundred yards
ahead. At 2:30 o'clock, while the
mate had charge, the bark Aureola,
coming from San Francisco
to Seattle for coal, suddenly
appeared so closo that before
her headway could be checked,
or her course changed, she
had struck tbe Osmyn on her star
board bow, abaft the anchor, such
a blow as to crush bur, aud cause
her sinking in about three
minutes. The jibboom, fore-top
gallant mast, and other rigging of
tho Aureola were carried
away, which, holding by the
Osmyn, enabled the crew of the
latter, with the exception of the
steward and three Chinamen, to
get upon tbe other vessel,
and these four were drowned.
Money, clothing, and every article
of private or ship's owuership were
necessarily left behind, tbe bark
going down under tho foet of Cap
tain Simpson, who was tho
last to leave the vessel, Tbe
Aureola went iuto Port Ludlow,
but will oome to Seattle for re
pairs. Both vessels belonged to
Captain Blair, of Sau Francis
co, and were insured. Tbe value of
tbe Osmyn, her cargo and the per
sonal effects of the crew could not
have been less than $10,000.
Mrs. Oliver's Breach of Promise
Case against Simon Cameron.
NewYokk, Jon. 15.— The I'ri
bune'a Washington special says;
Mrs. Oliver denies that she bus
compromise!) with Cameron. She
admits the receipt of money, but
thought it was for her support.
The oase will probably come up for
trial iv April, unless compromised
in the meautime. It is saiJ by
lawyers about the City Hall that
Mrs. Oliver signed two receipts at
different times, aud that in both
she acknowledged payment in full
for claims of every kiud and na
ture against Cameron. Butler Is
to be Cauieron ? s principal counsel.
An elegant SILVER - MOUNTED
HEADSTALL. Mexican style, solid sil
ver, will be raffled at tbo Palace Saloon.
IN CHANCES AT fl EACH.
Ho bar bill to pay. oiltt
Lots for Sale!
IN TH V.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
< lifers the best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any that has ever been of
fered for sale to the public.
THK WHOLE 11-ACT IS LF.VEL,
Onlysulllcienty inclined rorgood drainage
TUB SOIL IS KXt.'KLLKNT.
Aud ol such cliaraoler that It uever cukes
and Is neither mudily In Winter nor dust)
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER RUN
NING THKOUGIII IT.
THE MAIN STREET ANU AURICUI,.
TUBAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed und running through the en
tire hunt audi now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en
In: Into tho Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT Or 1 ' THE I.OS ANUEI.EB AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD l»
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
This Is ruully the West End ol our beuu
tiful city, with the benefit or VRKBH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uncoutiiinlnated by gas or sewer etiluvta.
A glance at the elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now e.eatcd and
ln course of erection must satisfy auy per
son desiring a huioe that this is the PlMtj
TUB TERMS WILL BB MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At the uili.-e or Ihe Farmers' A M
Also, at the offlee or the Maiu Stre
nnd Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W.CHILDB tind JOHN (i. DOWNEY
will give special atteatlon to those seek
ing informal lon sept Kit J
I IX LOTH TO NTJIT.
8000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The best, orange and semi-tropical fruit
land in the Htate: located ln tiie hoart of
t tie San Gabriel valley, and iv Ihe midst
o< the oldest and largest vineyards and
orange groves of Los Angeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land imi., this Association receive*
not only his land but also a proportion
ate share of an Inexhaustible water sup-*
ply, the niOßt complete Irrigation system
in i he shii c, which has cost tho Associa
tion already over $.0,000 for ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water in iron tor
every lot. Churches aud school houses
•on the tracts. The R. P. R. R. passes
furough the lands. The orange orchards
md vineyards on these lands
aud In the vlclulty tost their
capability for this culture. The title is
perfect. Grant bargain and snle deed*
giveu. Prices reduced to suit the times.
A map of the Tract may be seen at the
office of P. Beaudry, No. til New High
street, opposite Pico House.
All communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt, attention,
F. W. WOOD, Bec*y.
nUtr Los Ano-«les.Cal.
HORSES, BUGGIES AND CAR
RIAGES FOR SALE,
At CAMPBELL * VfAKELY'S Livery
Stable, 47 Aliso street. Also, a two-seated
CABBIAOB for sal* or trade for top
buggy or feed. dllllm
W. H. NOttTHCHAFT,
(Successor to George Emerson, formerly
the House of Jones A Kmersou)
AUCTION & COMMIBSIOy MEICCIIANT,
Garnet Spring and Market Hts.
Uogtilnr sale day, SATURDAY at 11 a
m. Real Estate, Merchandise, Furniture,
Livestock. Wagons, etc., sold under the
hammer, and tbo sales conducted nn tho
be**t business principles. .»«"(,ONSIGN
ICENTS hOLICITKD. n2ott
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
lE. W. IsTOYBS
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court Houss, and will bo
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular salo days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners aud do my own
work, I intend to make mv charges less
thnu those of any body else inthebusl
ness. charging on real ostate two per
ceut. lor the tlrst 31000 undone percent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. UOKStfS.
WAGONS aud ail kinds ef properly, and
N. H.—Saturday's Bales eoinuiouce at 10
A. N, and close at 4 r. i:.
K. W. NOYES,
Oldest Auclioneer in Southern Caiiiornia.
J. G. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and Firs! Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARTS, CEMENT AND
J. M. GRIFFITH &Tcor
Alameda and First Streets
OKA LRUS IN
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
- AT -
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
— AND —
N<». Its Commercial HtreeS, near
Knitroad »«put. uirW-tf—
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
The treat English remedy for Narrow
Debility, Spermatorrhea and t-ruinalure
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will posttlvoly cure, thoroughly and
permanently, any case of KXUaUS I'KD
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, eltbei
acute or of long standing, nud Ineiihor
•ex, no matter from what cause pro
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, is
not a quack imstruin, hence peneetly
safe to lake; is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the cerebro spinal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new foroe,
Purifies and Enriches
The blooJ. rejuvenating and rolnvigorat
lngboth mind and body. Thousands,
both In this country and in Europe, can
testify to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, |8 per bottle, or four times the
quantity lor flu. Sent to any address so
cure from observation.
Address all letters lo
A. K. MINTIE, M. D.J
(Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to the
Orthopaedic Hospital of Philadel
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
P. S.-TJR. MINTIE can be consulted
In reference to the abovecoinplaints dur
ing office hours from 14 a. v. to 3 p. m.
dally, and from 6 to 8 in the evening,
bundays, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Consultation
FKEE. Thorough examination and ad
vloe, $5. Full directions and advice tree*
with every package of medicine. Iyl9tf
Tho Steams Ranches,
AfJTKRD KOBINNOH, Trustee,
a 12 M;w kot LK.t H»u I'rnuclxco, Oil.
O/k ACRES OF LAND FOR
OwjVFvJvF sale, lv IoU to suit, ami
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, WaluuU, Peaches,
Apple*, l'uars, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
1 Flax. RaiaLe, Cotton, etc., and also mauy
thousand aores of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able tor Dairying.
OuoU water Is abundant at an averuge
depth of six feet from the surface. Ou al
most every acre of thin laud FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS oau be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be Irri
gated by the water of the Santa Ana river.
Mostol these lands are naturally luoint
requiring only good cultivation ro product
TERMS— One-fourth o»b| balance in
one, two und three years, wlLb to per cenl
I will take pleasure in Knowing these
lauds to parti seeking land, who are
invited to come aud see IhU exfenslvo
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R.OLDKN, Agent.
Anaheim. Los Augelett county, I>hc. -24,
NEW YORK BREWERY
fCtlflOtltOf to Chris. lieuno} Proprietor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
HRILLI ANT LAGER BKKU Houtu of
Orders for DRAUGHT or COTZLBK
Hi. r.K promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery
defies competition In the State. rar6-if
Lmaaa. Ku»a>. im I*,, a.
wtfl ilimh. ttf mi
Tkam M**a. It imU. tm4 1n „ uj »,„,-,
auflaJMMi. tUo*k MtU-I S WFAOTIIMS. oi v* -«
"BuSfDn OTSUBCOT2," and BO saUr* iaaaV n>M n>l*u.
aiiMii ■■ IS tin i Civi," p»- mm tw M«m
S—o. Okui. » « mm+i a-ataJ mmS X
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
liooius 18 and 14, Maßonald Bloak,
Main St., LOS ANOELES, Cal.
John £. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Hjom 41 Temple Blook. slSlf
Wm. H. J. BROOKS.
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS OF TITLE, Including cvory
transaction from the earitest datOß to the
presont time, made with acauracy and
OS-ALLEN'S UUIiiING, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
James <J. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE—Temple Block (partofold Bank
Commissioner of Deeds for the State of
Indiann. s9 lm
I have removed my otlice lo
No. 10, MQTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining the new Postoffice.
T. i>. ivio r r r x\
B. S. HUK NELL. I*. Tl. FAKQUIIaR.
Adjoining the Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving or de
parting from Los Augeles. Street cars to
ail parts of the city. Everything new
and clenn. Board by the day or week at
reasonable rates. u2ltf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LO3 ANGELBS, CAL.,
8. W. CRAICUE & CO..
Tho St. Charles Is located In Iho busi
ness centre of the city, and Is the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel in Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
Union Telegraph ln Hctel
rll HIS HOUSE IS NOWPEPARBD 4gA
X. to receive its numerous patronsj£ B j&,
aud the liuvoliug public in geueral. Be
lli:: entinly new and splendidly tm
utiihed, it affoids superior aooommodu
ITS TABLE D' HOTK
Is second to none in Southern California
THE BAR is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors ami cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD RO'JM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains .top here for breakfast and
supper, it la the point of depart tiro fc>r
the oe4ebialt'd Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, l.me Plue, Cerro Gordo uuii ran
amint. Theotticeof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of c
traveling public In respectfully solicited.
MATTHEW* 4 BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Bee Princes,
It* THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
Dos Palmas Hotel & Corral,
S. 3P. ~R>. JEi>.
A FULL SUPPLY OF GRAIN AND HAY
Kept constantly on baud.
u»-lm H. W. KLKIN.
Formerly a resident of Los Angeles, lir»
returned and started iv the
Boot AShoemaktng Line,
At No. 431-2 Spring St.,
will warrant himself to lit a boot or > imc
on any foot, corns and bunions notwllh
standlug, without pain. Prices reasona
ble. Give him a call. ..JStr
Montana Meat Market.
FU(ELINaER& FRANK, #MLW
Tbe boat aud tenderest MnaItJWSLT'
In the market. None but the aaasßm
Prlmaat Boof and Mutton
•ver to be found. Note the address-Mon
tana Meat Market, Main Street, near
First. Loa Angeles
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
Lea Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT ln Southern
Csll'ornia. His old customers and the
Subllo will find it the place to get BEST
TYLKS and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET 4 SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Rafors to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, tor whom he
has made clothing.
BHTNo necessity to send to San Fran
claeo for goad fitting suits. deo3o-lf
When you wish to have olethos made
to order and a good fit, oall en
J. BERNBTBIN, NEW YORK TAILOR,
No. Ull MAIN ST.,
Between First and Markat, Los Angeles,
aud you will be sure to get a good fit, at
prices to suit. lit ltf
FARMERS' * MERCHANTS'
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL 600,000 OO
ISAIAH W. HELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAI-VS W. H KJ.I.M AN, EOGKNK MBYER,
0. W. Olln.De, L. C. Goodwin,
Om.ahi.ks DuoeMBfCN, Jose MASCAKEL,
John s. Ohikhn. C. E. Thoh.
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Muy and Sell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Wll] also pay the big boat price for Gold
aud Silver Bullion.
Kroua aud ;>aur t his date, on all moneys
tas Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of TjOA Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. S. PATKICK .President
K. F. RPICNCK ™ „..Ca«m«
M. S. I'atuick, s. ii. Mott,
A. A. VV 11.cox , H. M ABL'Jiv.
H. M. JOHNSTON. I. LANKKRSUIM,
?. S. WITUIvAtBY, JNO. G. CAPHON,
. K. Hui.lkn lih.uk , k. F. HPBNCE.
This Hank is prepared to resolve de
posits on open aooouut, Usue CertlQuabes
of Deposit, and traasauL a general Bank
(*'■!■■ -•■turns in i to Mini proceeds ).-mltted
at mil i'-iit rates <>i exohaiige.
LBS ANSELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Angelwat - Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 309,000
J. H. si,al'fOJ Preside:,!
K.K. H/.KUfc - Vlue-Prsßldein
J. M, IiLLIOTT Cashier
T.H. HI-AUHOIf, P. Hkavsht,
V. A. IIooVKK, I oHuarr & BAKICR,
J. BIXHY, i.au, W. PKBUOUTT
A. W. lIkWMAN.
HecolveSavintf* Uank deposit*.
buy and sell e.ictiuugu on Hblu Franclaoo,
New York, London, Pari*, Berlin and
Buy exchange on all parts ol the United
H,»*(,■* aod Europe.
Receive money ou open aooonnt and Ocr-
Ullcate ol Deposit, and do a general
banking und exchange business.
Containing Aye rooms, in the heart nf the
city. Hpic-niiid view and good location.
A six ioom dwelling house, in good lo
cution: close to business portion of the
city; bus Just been newly painted and
papered. Apply te
No. 81 New M kfejh St..opp. Pico House.
View of Marriage!
I'/Jll V. W.W iMtfrtaM,*. trmm*+m, tm Sw
limilUfllk U+uti** •( ■»*m*JM UiS SV
i 1 ■ i.irrinfiT3 awm aw »»^**«.
Li"-1 A *.l I » p*w» pctf.
Os mU m\mmaen tX tTt.?m lUNre *««•*»€ trotn a*l|
«btjM, or g wit ritMiM, wJii Uw fcuai
lite k*t nol Mdl <m imM «f prto. i m •> tm
Cootnining jM DMM. ImmHWlv iffiiHi 171. Mr Tl Ml
a<u™» ml. HWreTli. uykKM bia, k»
_ SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic NoticeT ~
* A. nf.—The Mated DiMthuri
of this Lodge are held on tK '
first MONDAY of each moaUet
„ 7:30 P. «. Member, of jViul
pea. No. 202, and all Muter Hutu In
geod standing are cordially Invited. •
By order of the W:- Ml-
Cms. Smith, Secretary.
4 rUMWHI LODOK, No"
■%S\Af 202, F. A. A M. The stated meet
ykM mgs of this ixxtge are held as
/V\ the TBXHD MONDAY of .Mb
month, at 7 p.m.
By order of the W:• M
Lis Angeles Chapter Na. 31, R: • t;.
Stated convocations oa %■<
t IV~Cj MONDAY of each oeail
IV * p - «■ »t Maaonio HaU.°.
Ua KM Sojourning eompenleaa la
|T\ A/m good standing cordially la.
KfV%f vlted. By order of
8. C. FOY, H. !•
1 J Ham. Pbager,
Los Angeles Canned Na. 11, Rtyal *aj
Select Masters, F. A A. M.,
Holds Its stated assemblies on the 4th
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall,
at 7:30 p. v sojourning Coinpaul-me In
good standing are fraternally Invited to
attend. Hv order of f a - . 111 - .
tiM(£r Cour De Lion Commander* N«.
ZP m 9, k;. t;.
Holds its staled conclaves at the Asy
lum In Masonic Hall, on tbe Third
THURSDAY of ea -h moulh.aUXo'iuKA
r. M. Sojourning Knights Templar In
good standing are cordially Invited to at- 1
lend. By order of the
J. O. Limiruu), Recorder.
I. O. O. F.
«<dKis Auicelltv Lodge Ho. 111.
MrJVK ■; «»• ,°-, r T R*««lar meetlaga
0 ' tulß L<-dge aro held evarv
VTrrT , MON »AY evening at 8 o'eloX
at Odd Fel o*v limi, Downey Bleat.
VlsiUug and sqfo .riilng brothers In good
standing are Invited to attend.
M. LEHMAN, N. <J
Fred, w, Wood, Rec wee. I
Loa Angeles Udt.il>. as. I. O. •).»'. I
nq, Regular meeting held on 1
week at 7V, o'clock. Bo- 1
"" iournlug brethren In good f
standing arc cordially Invited.
. _ J. W. BAKD, N. 0.. ' 1
A. Frame, R. 8. . t
Orange Grove Encampment, No. SI, I. C
REGULAR MKZTINGB bald
X 'be second »ud Fourth
lIEriDAYR of each month al
?J4 P- ~M. Sojourning Patrl
ted to attlnd '" ,ndln ' cordially tnvi.
„ C. C. LIPS, 0. P.
B. Marxsen. Scribe.
§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No. 2m.
meets every Thursday evenlng.at
7 o'clook, at Uie Castle - Hall.
Downey Block. tn sojourning Knlajbts
iv good standing are rordlally Invited.
~ „., I. A. DUNSMOOR,O. O.
C. E. Mii.es, K. of R. a.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
« REGULAR MEETINGS ef
JUkti this Company will take place
.tJeSbk on tire first Wednesday eve-
><lug oi each month, at •
- ja 7BSffHft o'clock. Hy order,
W. 8. MOORE, secretary.
C. F. HEINZEMAN A CO.,
Succussors t'j J. B. SAUNDERS A 00.
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
78 Slnln Street.
The CHOICEST TOtIAT ARTICLES, to
PUREST and PATIENT JktF.Dl. »
clues of all kinds, em- Prescriptions earn
lully compeanded day aad night, nog-tf-t !
FRENCH DRUG STORK!
tl:i.s bcon removed Irom SIGNORET'S
Cardoiia Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite tbe Mariposa Star*.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
■•■Prescriptions pr, |un d with Eicat
Tba proprietors ofthe above Ccmalory
offer lols for the next
at H ALF PRICK and on EASY MONTH
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT Will bo
uuide with those wishing lo tranafor
lriend* from olher cemeterieß toHver
greeu Cemetery, a: NOMINAL PRICES,
11 appll atioo Is made immediately.
For further Information apply lo
Isa ac w. Llllth, H oretarr,
ol'„r 82 aud 81 Main hi., I,ns Angelea, Cal
I offer my place, three quarters of a
mile from Downey CJly, on th*» WMtuhßg
■oa roiui, adjoining the College; at a bar* |
galu. D comprises
FifLees of which are in fruit, of cuoloe
varieties. There ar« eight acres ot Mut*
eat grapes. Oomiorlable house oa tfea;l
, LOW PRICK A TIBMH. jj
I IsAssiediale >osses«iou will he srtTOB, k I
<1 ■tinit,with ths entire growing iron Aft
| »raifcs, ets. Water right attached to land,
i?i£n *$?I^R&£ B . on th^ P prM|sjc«. j
Private Boarding Howe,*
No. U, cor. Third and Hill all. "|
MTBOARD BY THK DAY. WKKK all
MONTH. Torra. Reasonable. "fifcrSi