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AT LAW. Rooms 7 nnd 8. Btretltl
Block, Spring street, Los Augeles. Will
give exclusive attention lo all business
entrusted to tbem. Jn.ltf
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Howard, Brosseau Sc Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 68,67 and 88 Tem
ple Block, third Boor, Loa Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
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C COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, 0. A.
j Doblnson, Manager.
OFFICE — a oms 8 and 9 Downey
S. C. HUBHRLI.. RODNBY HUDSON,
HUBBELL & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,Rooms 3 aud I
Duooinmuu a Block, corner Main Ji
Commercial streets, Los Angelea. may7-tf
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A. B. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalre, I-os
Angeles. California. 009-tf— i
A. C. BAKER,
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ROOM 50, TEMPE BLOCK,
L' >8 ANUKLES, CAL. JylStf
STBPIIKS M. WHITE. J. D. BICKNKI.I,-
Bicknell & White,
Ani)KNI£YS -A.T LAW,
UFPl.'lt -Room 50, Temple Uloek.
E. J. C. Kewen,
ATTORNEY A.T LAW.
OFFICE — Nos. 10 nnd 11, BTHELITZ
UUILDINU, Spring street.
PKKKIK KEWEN will ocoupy tho
same rooms, conducting a Real Estate
Agency, together with the business of
loaulng money and the collodion of bills.
Dr. L. B. Joseph,
M SPRING ST., Los Angeles.
N. S. UUHKKSQN, at. D. 1.. M'GUIHK, M. U.
Drs. Uiberson & Mid v ire,
(Successors to Dr. T. 8. Stanway,)
i mice, Main Stieet, over Dotter A Brad
ley's Furniture Store.
KesiUeuoe, iOI Maiu street, at Ibe toot
Ur. N. P. RICHARDSON,
I'tif sioinn and fm-jjeon
It eaMsn.il. Fort Hill, i Offlce.Nn. 19 Dow
tlueua Vista street. I neyHluck,up stair*.
J, HANNON, M.
KOOMS Mailt. 15, CARDONA BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avenue, East
mi. Angeles, ueur the end of streel rail
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. m. ; from 1 to
4 p. m. ap'JO tf
K. I), WISE, M. D.
OKKICE IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS
Augeles, Cat., uetrly opposite Court
HoilSi*. a'O-DISJKAShS OF FEMALES A
J. Bechtinger, M. D.,
I>U YSiCI.VN TO THK ITALIAN IN-
A. dupcudeut aad Frenoti M. B. soule
tius. oouiistof tbe French Hospital lv
sstaii iTHUiiibOO. AU cliroulc obatlnaLe
fit -ot acut operatlous ou Lhe eyes attend
Obin'i. — No, 701 Baoratneuto street,
, coi tiur of ICcaruy. Residence—SK. cor
nor Mutton aud Fauinc streets, Sau Fran
cisco. OcX ly
lias removed to the new aud spacious
rooms, Nos. 0 and 12 Carduna Block,
Main street, (formerly occupied by Dr.
Falun erf where he will be happy iosou
bis ftluuds aud former patrons. tSif
RECOMMEND TO FAMILIES
For a trial, aud we let the consumer* be
the ludgesof Its merits.
•ftsV*Alau, importers aud manufacturers
of dplce*, chocolates, Teas, Cream Tar
tar, Soda, Saleraius aud Infallible Yeast
405 & 407 SANSOMJE STREET,
U2D Sm 8A N FRANCISCO.
NEW CONFECTIONARY STORE,
WHIKI CAM 111. oUTAINLII
CANDYTOYS for CHRISTMAS
And a Ine assortment ol CANDIK3
always en bund.
The best COUGH SYRUP yet intro
duced to the people ot tbls vicinity,
made by tbe subscriber, can also be ob
t.io— < «r«- M r
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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
rit...iiic«rs Uuino* Ntiiilli.
Mojave, Jau. 19.— Mrs McDan
iel, Miss Hudson, GM Smith, J H
White, J Mire, B L Brandt, A
Morsmayer, J W Morton, 8 H
Buchanan, W H Pierce. P O'Brien,
G L Baker, E H Cole.
Ban Fhancisco, Jan. 19.—The
following are the passengers for
Los Angeles by steamer Orizaba,
whioh sailed ut 10 A. IC, to-day:
L O Hall, Cant Knox,
H William.. Mrs L Meyer,
Miss A Becker, L £' Whiting,
hr H A Gove, H Solomon,
Miss Landslio, B L Mavbnvy and wf
8 0 Walker, Miss J L Lindluy,
Tht, i t iI t,f mi*. s,gi;iti,,f>»--Other
San FuANCisco.Jan. 19— In a trial
of the agitators iv tbe City Crimi
nal Court (he Prosecuting Attor
ney made the opening argument
for the people this morning. The
case ia not expected to go to the
jury to-day. The crowd on the
street is small to-day, and no dis
order lias occurred thus far.
The weather is cloudy: wind
A Swede, named William Parson,
aged 30 years, shot himself iv the
head yesterday at 009 Jackson
street, aud died from the effects of
the wound. He left a letter saying
that he proposed to kill himself,
because ho wanted rest.
I'».«|hj'. I.ealMlniivß Proceedings.
Sacramento, Jan. 19.—Senate
—A now bill was introduced by
Dean, amending section 3382 of the
Political Code by the removal of
taxation on manufactured products
of wheat. Referred to Committee
By Murphy, of Sau Luis Obispo
—Extending the time for construc
tion of railroad from Santa Maria
Valley to San Luis Obispo. Rules
suspended and bill finally passed.
Tbe Klot 111 Nlaueil.
Sacramento, Jan. 10.—Governor
Irwin, after a long consultation
with the Attorney General, Dis
trict Attorney Murphy ami Sena
tor Pearson, lias signed the riot
Tl». Hlorni (.llenrcd I'p.
Kkiiasski.au, Cal., Jan. 19.—
The heavy wind and rain storm
tliut has prevailed dining the past
five days is apparently over for the
present. Streams that have over
flowed their banks are rapidly sub
siding. Communication with tbe
country north of here bas been en
tirely cut off by swollen streams
and washed-out roads aud trails.
The weather to-day is warm and
clear. Grass is growing and grain
We.itlier Htt Meu.l,.rlli„.
Mendocino, Jan lit.—Tha weath
er has at last cleared oil. We had
a heavy storm all week. Commu
nication has beeu stopped aud
wires have been down. The total
rainfall from Jauuaiy 7th to 18th is
9:84-100 inches. All tbe coast mills
have received titeir logs and will
commence sawing soon. The water
has beeu higher in the rivers this
time than for years past. Bridges
have been carried away, roads cut
up anil travel stopped.
William Paddock, of Cottoneva,
well known on the coast, was
found drowned in Gordon Creek
The steamer Monterey could uot
make a landing until Thursday,
two days behind lime.
The North Pacific telegraph line
lias been badly demolished.
11..W Hit I.iVi>«ltlCl«ll<Ml Wll* f}#H>
New York, Jan. 19lh—The
Tribune's dispatch from Washlng
ton describes the features of tiie
recent investigation iuto the In
dian Bureau, of which ex-Com
tnissiouer Smith and Chier Clerk
Galpin complain. It appears that
the accused men were uot allowed
to answer the charges drought
against lhem, nor to he heard in
their own defense, Galpin being
forbidden, in fact, to enter the De
paitment. Yet tiie Board of In
quiry complained that it was as
sisted in the investigation by these
officials. Members of the Board
were prejudiced in advance, and
the conclusions they came to after
a secret inquiry were published lo
the world without being accompa
nied by the defense uf Galpin and
Smith. A letter has also been re
ceived from President Soelye show
ing the uufairtiess wilh which
Galpin was treated.
a* Mule EiMull I I .1.,, 11. lerHilu.il.
Washington, Dec. 19.—The
Secretary ef the Interior lias ren
dered a decision iv the case of the
State of California vs M. D. Town
send, et nl., involving the right to
certain lauds in township 3 south,
range 3 east, Mount i..nhlo Meri
dian, Sau Francisco, District of
California, on appeal from decision
of Commissioner of General Land
Office of Nov. Ist, 187 S. The State
claims the land by virtue of certain
Invalid indemnity school selections,
which, it is alleged, were conferred
by act of Congress, approved July
23d, 18G6, entitled Au Act to
quiet land titles in California.
Certain persons claim title
as bouu fide settlers under
pre-emption laws, and the Western
Pacific Railroad claims the odd sec
tions by virtue of the grunt to aid
in the construction ol taid road.
The whole sublect Is considered at
length by the Secretary, who de
cides that tha even aectious of tha
lauds in dispute outside of the
Lewis survey (several surveys are
involved iv the case) are awarded
to tbe State and tho odd sections to
the Railroad Company. The par
ties claiming under pre emption
laws aro thrown out, because it
is shown that none of tha
lands In question were pre
empted prior to their withdrawal
for railroad purposes. The Com
. tits State to relinquish all el Aims
tjl Icuds awarded to tho railroad.
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20. 1878.
Af oi-lwik*. Keitort (Ml i lie Ch lueae,
Washington, Jan. lyth.—The
report of the lato Senator Morton
on the subject of Chinese immigra
tion, has been placed iv the bauds
of the Chairman ofthe Committee
on Privileges and Elections. The
iutroductory—section A,is missing;
so also is section D. The report is
strongly pio-Chiuese. It argues
that, to make a distinction as
to the rights of foreigners coming
to our shores, would be a great in
novation in the policy and tradi
tion of our Government. It advo
cates thatadequate protection to the
Chinese on the Pacific Coast cannot
be given by laws, and intimates
that it is only by admitting them
to tbe rights of citizenship that
they can be fully protected. It
discusses at length the
complications likely to arise
with Great Britain on account of
the Chinese immigration mainly
coming from (lie Hritish port of
Hong Kong; gives the Chinese a
good character for industry, fru
gality, temperance and honesty;
asserts that,without Chinese cheap
labor.tile cultivation of grapes and
wheat would be impossible, the
railroads of California would not
have been built; tbat tbe prosper
ity of the State has been greatly
advanced by the advent of Chinese;
that it is doubtful if they have in
terfered to auy extent witli white
men in the skilled arts; that labor
iv California is so varied and ex
tensive that tbe preseuce of the
Chinese works no injury to white
laborers; that the successful estab
lishment of manufactures was
due to tin; employment of
Chinese labor. As to the Chinese
preventing white immigration, the
report argues tbat, it such be tbe
case, which is not admitted, it
springs from the persecution visited
un Chinamen, and tbe exaggerated
declaration made iv excuse that the
Chinese interfere with white labor.
The intellectual capacity of tho
Chinese is elaborately discussed,
and it is argued that they are, In
many respects, fully the equals of
our race. The intellectual stagna
tion of Chiua, it is claimed, is the
result of their institutions; eman
cipated from the influences which
have surrounded them in their own
country, they will undoubtedly de
velop rapidly. The report strongly
insists that Chinese labor is as tree
iv California as any other; the
geater portion of them are opposed
to the Importation of prostitution,
and havo made vigorous efforts to
break up the practice. The report
claims that they are less addicted
to gambling than the early white
settlers of California, and does not
see how there can be any special
legislation against Chinese prosti
tution or gambling. The Chinese
are a sober, thrifty, frugal people,
and, instead of setting v bad exam
ple to white people, afford the latter
an opportunity to advantageously
imitate their habits.
A Oleum roue Kallrund Accident.
Hartford, Conn., Jan. 19.—8y
the recent railroad disaster the
number of killed is 13; wounded,
4(1, some severely but most ouly
I uul Terrible Eugll.li War.
London, Jau. 19.—1n the House
of Commons last eveuiug, iv tie
bate, on an addres in reply to the
Queen's speech, tho Marquis of
Huitington repeated the accusation
that the Government wilfully as
sumed a position of isolation. It
was not clear whether the Govern
ment's appeal to the liberality of
Parliament was Immediate or con
tingent on a further prosecutlou of
the war. There were grave objec
tions to such a vote, but the rea
sons given for it iv the Royal
speech were so vague it seemed
either ns if the Government knew
what the unexpected occurrence
ther ementioued was, anil wished
to bring it on, or was tempting the
Turks to further insistence.
Sir Stafford Northcote complain
ed of tiie opposition's persistent
misrepresentation of the Govern
ment's policy in alleging that the
Government had a fixed deter
mination to go to war on behalf of
Turkey. Aa regards their alleged
isolation, England waa in tba same
position as other neutral powers.
Just Exactly Wnnt tug-laud Old.
London, Jan. 10.—The Blue Book
is published, giving documents re
latiug to English mediation. The
documents show that the delay in
transmitting the armistice condi
tions from St. Petersburg arose
from their being sent by messenger
instead of telegraph. Earl Derby,
upou being informed of this on tbe
11th instant, wrote to Lord Loftus
the British Minister at St. Peters
burg, as follows:
" Her Majesty's Government
thinks it is to be regretted that when
Prince Gortschakofl informed you
that instructions had been sent to
Russian commanders, he did not
explain the delay that would be
caused by means of transmission."
The closing dispatch of the Blue
Book la from Minister Luyard,
dated Monday,und announcing that
a Russian Purliamentaire had ap
peared at Sornasoudlar announc
ing a suspension of hostilities iv
sViteet VYnr Netve—Tile TlirliH In n
London, Jan. 19. —A Vienna cor
respondent telegraphs that tho
Porto hits abandoned aril hopes of
Huleiman Pacha being abie to
reach Constantinople and the
Turks are preparing to evacuate.
London, Jan. 19.—The Rueshui
vanguard has occupied K-ki Saghra
and Yenl Saghra, which were
evacuated and burned by theln
habitants. General SkobelefThas
captured Tartar ISazardJik and
An Athens special says it is re
ported from Constantinople thai,
should armistice negotiations fall,
the Porte will unfurl the flag ofthe
Prophet or permit the English fleet
to pass the Dardanelles.
London, Jan. 19.—A correspond
ent at Pera states that the Turk
ish delegates met Grand Duke
Nicholas at Tlruova Semeuli and
preliminary notes were exchanged,
j The Grand Duke then aunouueed
that he had decided to treat ouly at
| Adrianople which should he Ira-'
mediately evacuated. The dele
gates heve assented to tiiis and or
ders have been telegrapbed to
Djemil Pasha. Upon this decision
being communicated to the foreign
Consuls, they telegrapbed their
Ambassadors for instructions and
were ordered to remain and protect
their countrymen. Djemil Pasha
then prepared to retire upon the
fortified lines before Adrianople
where reinforcements are nowcon
ceutrating. The Russians will
probably arrive at Adrianople in
two days, Tirnova Bemettli being
35 kilometres distant therefrom.
Negotiatious will then begin.
London, Jan. 19.—A Pera tils
patch says that Grand Duke Nich
olas, accompanied by his stall' and
Geueral Ignatiefr*, met tha Turkish
delegates Friday morning at a
station on the Jamboli Railway.
The Grand Duke had advanced to
meet the delegates because of tbe
difficulty of the road and as a mat
ter of courtesy. He iuviteil them
to return by carriage witli him.
Lots for Sale!
CHE APFORC ASH.
West Los Angeles
Oilers the best opportunity fur delightful
homesteads of any that has ever been of
fered for salo to the public.
THE WHOLE TRACT Ifl LEVEL,
Only lUfttelsaty inclined for good drainage
THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT,
Aud ol such character that It never cakes
nud Is ueither muddy lv Winter uordusty
IT HAS A DITCH Okf WATEH RUN
NING THKOUOH XT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD*
Ih completed aud ruuulng through the en
tire land and 1 now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, n en
Ins Into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOTO f THE LOS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD is
LOCATED ON THE QROUNDS.
This Is really the West End of our beau
tiful city, with the benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uneontaminated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at the elegant mansions and
rashlonablo residences now e.eeted and
In course of ©root,on must satisfy any pur*
~un desiring n home that this Is the Place.
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
Ar>7D PRICES MODERATE.
MAPS WILL BE FOUND
A( tUo olUoe or tiie Karmers' A M
Also, at tbe otnee or Ibe Mnln Sire
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W. CIIILD9 and JOHN U. DOWNtY
will give special attention to tbose seek
ing information. septUtr
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W. H. NORTHCRAFT,
(Successor toQeorge Emerson, formerly
the House or Jones <fc Kmersou)
AUCTION tl COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Spring and Market Sts.
Kfgular sale day, SATURDAY at II a
ai. Heal Estate, Merchandise, Furniture,
Livestock. Wagons, etc., sold under tbe
hammer, and the sales conducted on the
be-*t business principles. JtsrcONSIGN
MENTS eOiiTOfTJDD. niUtf
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUI'HKRN CALIFORNIA.
2EL W. ITOYBS
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners nnd do my own
work, I intend to make my charges less
than those or anybody else In the busi
ness, oharging on real estate two per
cent, for the first SIOOO aad one percent,
on all sums abuve that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES.
WAGONS and all kinds of property, nnd
N. U.—Saturday's sales commence at Id
A. M. and close at 4 p. K.
E. W. NOYES,
Oldest Auctioneer In Soutborn California.
J. G. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
J. M, GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
— AMD —
No. in Commercial Mtroet, near
itmirood Depot. mrfJD-tf—
the Steams Ranches,
ALt'ltKD ROniNMOX, Trustee,
54a Hnrhet St.* Sau FrnuelMOO, I'al.
LA/ \ d WW\ ACRES OF LAND FOR
O v/«>UUU sale, in low to suit, suit
able lor tho culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almouds, Walnuts, Peacbon,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
Flax, Kainie, Cotlou, etc., ana also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water Ih abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions cau be Irri
gated by the water oi the Santa Ana river.
Most ot these lauds are naturally moist,
reuulriug only good oulti vatlon to product
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance in
one, two uud Lhree years, with 10 per cent
kite re st.
I will tatce pleasure In showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
Invited to come aud see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Augeles county, Due. '24,
lIV LOTH TO !*TJIT.
5000 Acros of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The ljc-i! orange aud semi-tropical fruit
land In the State; located in the hoart of
the San Gabriel valley, and Iv the midst,
ot ths oldest and largest vineyards aud
orange groves of Los Augeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of luud from this Association receives
not only his laud but also a proportion*
ate share of au Inexhaustible water sup
ply, the most complete Irrigation system
ln tke State, which has cost tho Associa
tion already over $40,000 for ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water lv iront of
every hit. Churches and school houses
ou the tracts. The H. P. R. R. passes
through tbe lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards on these lands
and In tho viclulty tout their
capability for this culture. The title Is
perfect. Grant bargain and sale deeds
given. Prices reduced to suit the limes.
A map of the Tract may be seen at the
offioe of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposite Pico House.
All communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F. W. WOOD.Secy.
ill i[ r i .us Angeles. Cal.
The proprietom of tbe ulovo Cemetery
otrer lots lor Ihe next
at HALF PKICEand ou EASY MONTH.
SPECIAL AKKANOEMKNiH will be
made with those wishing lo transfer
lriends from olhor cemeteries to Ever
green Cometery, at NOMINAL PRICES,
if application Is made Immediately.
For further information apply to
ISAAC W. LORD, Secretary,
oJtf B2 aud 81 Main Bt., l.os Angeles, Cal
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IUDSON, BILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 and 14. McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGEI.KH, Cal.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. alStf
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Record* and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS Or TlTLE,including every
transaction from the earliest dales to the
present time, made with accuracy and
sa*-ALLEN'S BUIDINtI, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
James C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE—Temple Block (part of old Bank
Commissioner of Deeds for the State of
Indiana. .0 lm
I have removed my office to
No. 10, MBIT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining tbe new Postoiflce.
r A\ r>. MOTT.
E. S. UICKNELI.. D. 11. FAUQUUaR.
Adjoining the Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving er de
parting from Los Angeles. Street cars to
all parts of the city. Everything new
and clean. Board by the day or week at
reasonable rates. n24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
I.OS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUE & CO..
The St. Charles Is loealed ln the busi
ness centre ofthe city, and Is the largest,
most elegant and completely organised
Hotel In Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
as-Western Union Telegraph ln Hotel
3lojave Junction, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED 4pA
to receive Its numerous pati huhJiaJL
and the traveling public lv general. Be
ing entirely new and splendidly fur
nished, ii affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D" HOTE
Is second lo none ln Southern California
THK BAK is supplied with the choicest
brands of winos, lienors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached te the house.
All trains stop hore for bronkfast anJ
supper. It la the pointof departure for
She celebrated Inyo couuty mines, via.—
Darwin, Pine, Oerro Uordo uu>i I'ilu
amint. Theofnceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage or c
travelingpubllo Is resDeetfully solicited.
MATTHEWS 4 BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THK ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel ou the mesa or table
lauds ol the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the San Ga
briel orange groves; la four mil*-* from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A School lor children on the pjemlses.
For particulars addiesa proprietor, I*, o.
Box i l 11. Los Angeles.
I oiler my place, three-quarters of a
mHe from Downey Oily, on the Wlknlug
toa road, adjoining the College; at a bar*
gain. Il comprises
TWENTY A case,
fifteen ef which are tn fruit, of ohoiee
various.. There are eight aorea of MOP
oat (rape.. Onmlerlable heewe ou sue
LOW PRICE A KJEAftON ABLE TMRMJI.
Immediate poieeealen will be ijlveii, >
•••Bred, with the .netre arajnung crop oj
lrulte, etc. Water rlabteMMhed to land,
but ne ueeeaelly laruse. Apply to
Jvt Soi O. H. ATLt»rT. on the p rem fame.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
XT' l - 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
IN Ixm Angeles. Ha has tbe LARUKRT,
FINEST ANU BUST STOCKED TAIL R
-INU ESTABLISHMENT ln Southern
Call'omia. His old customers and the
Subllo will find It tbe place le gel BEST
TYLES and KITTING obtainable.
VELVET A BILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to tho prin
cipal iresatlemen of the olty, lor whom be
hoe mode eloUilng.
■VNo necessity to send to 3an Fran
claeo for cood fitting suits. declO-tf
When you wish to havo clothes made
to order and a good fit, call on
J. BERNSTEIN, NEW YORK TAILOR,
Mo. H» MAIN ST.,
Between First and Market, Los Angeles,
und you will be sure to get a good fit. at
prices to suit. sli ltf
FARMERS' ft. MERCHANTS'
Of Loa Augeles.
CAPITAL 600,000 00
IBAIAS W. HKLL.MAN President
„ „ Cashier
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
IsAIAS W. H ELLS AS, RVOKNK MITER,
O. W. CHILDB, L. C. GoeDWIM,
CiiAKLaa Dtobsuk, Jose Maboarel,
Jouns. Oaimic, c. c. Thoh,
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Bur and Sell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will afcsopay the highest price for Sold
and Silver Bullion.
From aad after this date, on all monoys
le tvs Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Or Loa Angelea.
Authorized Capital 300,000
M. S. PATRICK President
K. F. RPENOE Oeshtv
M. S. i'Athick , 8. H. Motr,
A. A. Wilcox. U. Mtnrii,
M. WoeuwosTU. i. LAKuaunH,
0. S. WiTHaaar, Jno. g. Caphon,
J. E. HotLIHBIOK,
Tbls Bank te prepared to receive de*
poalte on open acoeunt, btrue Certificates
of Depuslt, aud transact a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Lob Angelea Cal
Capital Stoon (paid up), 300,800
J. S. HLAUSON President
K. h. BAKR* Vtoe-Preeldent
J. M. ELLIOTT Caahler
t.s. Hi.AoaoN, P. IIKAVSar,
V. A. tl-MiVKR. l>onKXKr S.BAKBIt,
1. RixnY, «mo. W. Pkkscott
A. W. H.WMAN.
Receive Saving* Hank depoelU.
liuy and aell exebange on Ran Francisco,
New York, Louden, Paris, Berlin and
Buy exchange on all parte of the United
StAtos aod Uurope.
Reeolve money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deeoalt, and do a general
banking and exohange bualneae.
Containing; five roc mi, in the heart oi the
city, Splendid view and good locution.
A six loom dwelling house, ln good lo
cation: close to business portion of the
c-tty; lias Just been newly painted and
papered. Apply to
No. 81 New H ait St.. opp. Ploo House.
View of Marriage!
M*-|eaai>Bßa|i<).,d.i- WoiHC- .~i
«'.'/«■ T t/,*-*, ■»!! I-—*— ■» n»
d*uu-i «t to*
A Sum, limimi, or Oswet TWesssss, wfh Mw Owl
— A"'Ll»2ALiJioVoVio7a. et. - M
ays eflbi TsniiiM Tj-ies, u,iei>,»-,««,«. «*
QMus BaMUM, pries ateiv
liq i r SmA Mot -■ilpnil an 111 dot A« eri-e i»r «1 OMeq
■ l™ A.,rl« IlN|« No, 4*. »•
_ * A. M—The slated meoluui
VYo'tU" Lodge are held oa tj
/* m y\ flrst MONDAY of.aoh mauls a!
' ▼ v 7:i*> P. v. Member, of Pea la?,
paa, Mo. 302, and til Matter Ms sons la
good standing are cor llally Invited.
i'iias. Smith. Secretary.
aoj, F. A. A M. The stated meet
ings of this Lougc Hra held aa
th. THIRD MONDAY of eaefc
montb, at" p. m*
Byorderofthe W.. Ml-
H. HiixTO, secy.
Lis Angeles Chapter No. 33, R: ■
t stated convocations ea I.
MONDAY of eaoh moat*
TS, r. h. at Maaanlo HeHu
good standing cordially fi?
vlted. By oruarof *
S. O. FOY, H. r
Los Angeles Coanell Ns. 11, Retal mt
Select Mutert, F. It *. ST
Holds Its stated assemblies on the .ill
Monday of each month at Maeouio Hall
at 7IAO p. M Sojourning Compontons In
good standing are t raternallylnvHed to
attend. By order of the Th*. Hl'.
R. a. CONNING HAM, RocolW.
De Lice Cetsnaaeery We^
Molds its slated conclave, at the Au*
lam In Masonic Hall, on the Th*ni
THURSDAY ©I ee-b month,at TKoiuS
r. X. Sojourning KnsgMs TegnplarTl
good standing are oordUJly Invited to at- 1
tend. By order of the
J. C. LiTTLSiri«LP. Reoorder. '
'• °" °' F - ' S
rm%''\ *■*•>'«• Lodge No. lea,
tjKßgg ■•«>•«> •'•-Meirh.r.meeUßf.
VSLW f,J< v " a held IW
at Odd Pel .own- Hall, Downer Blew.
Vlsiajng and sojoimlng brothers In * '
standing are Invited to attend. ■
M. LEHMAN, N. O ■
' RHP. W. Wood, Reo.Bec. 1
Loa Aa-a.ee— lodar* Ke. aa, g....
M^Wtk wßDN V»&i A°Y *KVuNljie *R
week at TH o'olook. Set <
""" lourntng brehhren ln awefia
standing are cordially invited, H
. „_ _ „ J. W. BARD, N..G. 1
A. Frank, R. S. *
Orange Greve Encampment, No. 31,1.
REGULAR MHKTINaS halo
lh » Second aad Fonrth 1
of each month at
""" P. v. Sojourning Patri
archs in good -landing are cordially id*.
ted to attend.
„ ' C. C. LIPS, C. P. 1
B. M akxskn, Scribe.
» Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No. 2S. ]
meets every Thursday evening, at
7 O'clock, at the Castle- Hall,
Downey Block. Ul sojourning Knights
In good standing are ••ordiallv Invited!
I. A. DUNSMOOR,C. C.
C. E. MILCS.K. Of R. a.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
w REGULAR MEETINGS el ,
/ kjl tbls Company will take place ,
j-Aefßk °" tne " nt Wednesday eve- \
Aafef»l rilug or each month, at ■ '
rjggfEESSr o'clock. By order,
' W. a MOORE, secretary.
C. F. HEINZEMAN A CO.,
Successors to I. B. SAUNDERS A CO
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
Mrvill Street. %
The CHOICEST TOILi-T ARTICLES, j
PUREST LItUGS and PATENT Id Kill. |
el nee of all kinds, aver Prescriptions earn- I
Inlly compounded day and night. noS-tr-S
FRENCH DRUC STORE!
lia* been removed from SItjINORET*3 1
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN i
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aw-Presci'iptious pi, |nr-d with great
SIR ASTLKY COOPER'S I
VITAL RESTORATIVE! f
The groat Englisb remedy for Nervous "m.
Debility, spermatorrhea and t'remature I
Decliue of fbysical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
permanently, any oaae of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nerroue Debility, either 1
•cute or of long standing, aud In either
sex, no matter from what cauae pro
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, It 4
not a quack nostrum, hence oenectly
safe to lake; is pleasant to the taste. 1
supplies tn the cerebrospinal and sym
pathetic system, of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The blooa, rejuvenating and reinvlgoraU ,J
ing both mind and body. Thousands, 1
both in this country and in Europe, can 1
testify to the great rentoratlvs properties 1
of thla really great medicine.
Pi ice, S3 per bottle, or four times thv-J-l
quantity lor 610. Sent Lo any address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. K. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate of the University of Teunayl- '-k
vania and lute KeHldent Surgeon to the J
Orthopia;'e Honptial of I'htladel- 4
No. 732 Montgomery 81.. Sau t< ran clue... I
P.S.-DR. MI NT Ib. cun Im consulted
in reference to the ahovecomplamta dur*
inu" otlicc hours from It a. is. to 8 p. m.
dally, aud from fl tv 8 ln the evening. "
Sundays, 10 a. m. to lp. m. Consultattou
FKKK. Thorough examination and ad- 3
vloe, $5. Full directions and advice free- i
with every package of medicine, lymtf M
Montana Meat Market. ,
FRCKLINOKU A FRANK, tm%mmf
Th» best ao.l lendar.m MmuObT
la tha market, Noue but the , flmtam.
Prim eat Beef and Mutton &
ever to beloumi. Not- the address—Mon- H
t*aa Meat Mark-i. Mai-, Mtrevt, e«*r I
arret. I*m s.