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three month*) 11 M - a
IMlvoraj by carriers, per week 25 centa
I OS ANBELES WEEKLY HERALD
Ik published every Saturday niornitiK
ohoyeur,i.y mall orcxpross.oue oopy..ttul
six months, " '* " — 1 v
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All Klulls at Job-Work done to
>■.«■>Witt, HBV fraiiclxra In
r. K-t .-4i.y10. »ml Elegance ol Work,
K. IC. S. O'XBLVEST. O. 0. TBANTOM.
O'Melyeny & Trantum,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. RoomsT and 8. Btrelllz
Block, Spring street, Los Angeles. Will
give exclusive attention to ull business
entrusted to them. J«3tf
V. E. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
J. BROS-iEA U.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. IVwms,e6,»7andBBTem
i.le Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
ATTORN ET ATLAW
/COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, O. A.
ly Doblnson, Manager.
OFFICE — R ami 8 and 9 Downey
Blouk. - 'alll-tr
s. <:. U v 11HK1.1.. BODNBY HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.Rooms 3 and I
Ducommun a Block, corner Main *
Commercial streets, Loa Angeles. may7-tf
a. ULASSKLL, O. H. SMITH
A. B. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH
6LASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
OFFICE—TKMFLKBLOCK up-stalrs, Los
Aug«lss. Calirornla. ooa-tf—a
A. C. BAKER,
A'I'TOHNKY - AT - L. AW.
ROOM 50, TEMPE BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL. Jylstf
STkrilUN M. WHITE. J. D. BICKNBLI..
Bicknell & White,
ATTOItNKYB AT AW.
OFFI. L-llooin 50, Temple Block.
E. J. C. Kevven,
ATTOHNK V AT LAW.
OFFICE — Nos. 10 and 11, STKELITZ
BUILDING, Spring blreet.
PEHRIE KEWEN will occupy the
same rooms, conducting a Heal Estate
Agenoy, together with the business of
i.,aulng rnouey and the collection of bills,
Dr. L. B. Joseph,
JPliyisieiiiu und Niirifeon
jaSif M SPUING ST., Los Angelea.
M. S. GIDCBSON, H. 0. C M'UL'IKI, M. D.
Drs. Giberson & McGuire,
(Successors to Dr. T. S. Stanway,)
office, Main Street, over Dotter A Brad
ley's Furniture Store.
Residence, io« Main street, at the foot
ot Third. oUti-lni
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
i'lij nician und fr**aM*sjreon
Residence, Fort Hill, | Office, No. lflVow-
Busua Vista street. I neyßleck,upstair*.
J. IIANNON, M. D.,
KOOMS Hand IS, CARDONA BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avenue, East
Los Augeles, near the end or street rail
•>Uioi> hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from 1 to
4r. St. ap2o-tf
K. D. WISE, M. I).
/ .sFICE IN CARDONA BLOCK. LOS
\J Augeles, Cal., nearly opposite Court
House. SMS-DISBASaS or FMIALKS A
J. Bechtlnger, H. 1),,
IJUVSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
deuoudeat and French M. B. Socie
ties. Oculistof the French Hospital In
Sau Francisco. All chronio obstinate
cases aud op.rations ou the eyes attend
OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramento street,
corner ol Kearny. Hesldence—SE. cor
ner Masou aud Pacina streets, San Frau
olsoo 008 lv
Huh removed to the new and spacious
rooms, Num. 6 aad lit Cardona Blocs:,
Maiu street, (formerly occupied by Dr.
PeTalnier) where he will be happy 10 see
his friends and former patrons. &Sif
yyK RECOMMEND TO FAMILIE t
For a trial, and we let the consumers be
the judges of Its merits.
nrAis >, importers and manufactururs
of ttpices, chocolates, Teas, Cream Tur
tur.Mod*, Salsratus and Infallible Yeast
406 & 407 SANSOME B'IKEF.F,
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
San Franoisco, Jan. 25.—The
following are the passengers for
Los Angeles by steamer Senator,
which sailed at 10 A, m. to-day:
0 B Brown, H hazard,
D Levitzki Jc wife, Rev Agerer,
O X Freeman & wife, V Lacua & friend,
T B Farnharo, Geo Dockery,
Jas Wm Dockery, B W Or wall,
C M Hart. B H Linn,
A Jaoobs, George Douglass,
E Mayers A wife, J D Oroenwood,
III.) Worututfmen'fl O.IUVOH lluu.
San Francisco, Jan. 25th—At
the evening session of the Work
ingmen's Convention a resolution
was adopted favoring the com
pensation of delegates to the
Constitutional Couveutiou. The
platform presented during the day
was then taken up In sections
and discussed seriatim. A plank
setting forth that millionaires and
money monopolies are destruc
tive to the happiness anil danger
ous to the liberty of the people,
and demanding that they be made
impossible by a proper system
of taxation was stricken out and
its place taken by a declaration in
favor of the election of tbe
President and United States Sena
tors by a direct vote of the
people. This wus the only ma
terial alteration in the statement
of principles. The Convention af
terwards proceeded to elect a State
Central Committee. The elec
tion was not completed wheu en
adjournment took place till this
eveniug at half past seven.
Sacramento, Jan. 25.—Senate
—A bill was introduced by Pierson,
for the better protection of stock
holders in incorporated companies.
It provides for a Register in each
couuty, who shall cancel all old
certificates and countersign uew
ones. The object is to prevent over
issues of stock. The Register is to
be paid by fees graduated in the
The concurrent resolution of Sat
terwhite, asking Congress to aid
in the construction of the Texas
Pacific Railroad, was made the
special order for Thursday next.
A Dreadful Accident 111 a
San Francisco, Jan. 25.—Tues
day morning lv Linn, Brooklyn
township, Alameda county, Georgie
Buudock, three years old, was at
play in a room iv which there was
a loaded but uncapped double-bar
reled shot gun. By some unex
plained meaus the gun was thrown
down aud discharged, both barrels
emptying their contents iv the
child's head, which was torn iuto
an unrecognizable mass, the brains
being scattered over tbe furniture
aud walls of the room. The Coro
ner was summoned, aud signed a
certificate of accidental death
without the formality of an in
TunMitiuu nun »i..ry t'uulruillcleil
New York, Jan. 25.—The Her
aid's Washington special says tbat
the Secretary of War, iv reply to
an inquiry made by Commissioner
Hoyt of the ludian Bureau, stated
tbat, up to a late hour last evening,
he had received uo information of
the reported movement of Sitting
Bull across the border. Neither
army onlcers in towu nor the otU
cialsof the War Department place
any confidence in the dispatch
Arginuoul o.i the t'ns«. l».*eill a 111 II
Washington Jan. 25.—The Pa
cific Railroad Committee of the
House this morning heard argu
ments on the Texas Pacific bill.
Mr. Storrs, for the Southern Pacific
Railroad Company, contended that
the Texas Company had nut com
pleted its railroad as the law re
quired, aud It was now competent
to adopt measures to secure its
speedy completion. This could he
more effectually done hy granting
authority to the Southern Pacific
Railroad to continue ou east to the
Rio Grande at El Paso aud transfer
so much ofthe former land grant aa
it ahould earn by so building. He
also claimed that the Texas com
pany had uo right to build a rail
road across California, not having
the authority of that State. He
also contended that the Southern
Pacific had the right to coustruct a
bridge across tho Colorado river,
aud the Texas Pacific iiad not.
Tuo eHeauiboits BUI l*iiN*ptl.
Washington, Ban. 25.—The
steamboat bill has passed tbe
House by a vote of 173 to 8.
Washington, Jan.2s.—The Sub
committee of the Houie Commit
tee on Territories yesterday heard
Judge Hemmingway for two hours.
He took up the election law of
Utah, section by section, and point
ad out the features of tbe law com
plained of by the Qeutiles, and
contrasted its provisions with those
of tha bill before the Committee.
Delegate Canuon will reply Mon
day next. The objects of the bill
are to secure a secret ballot to the
people of Utah, to repeal an Act of
the Territorial Legislature giving
the suffrage to women iv the Ter
ritory and to disfranchise polyg
London, Jan. 25.—A Constanti
nople dispatch says It is alleged
that Russia, haying to choose be
tween conditions of peace clashing
with the cause of Austria, and con
ditions clashing with England, has
.itiatiilot.s tho idea of tie
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1878.
the Porte will accept the condi
tions, one of which is the payment
of a very heavy war indemnity,
aud the occupation of a portion of
Turkish territory as security for
Liverpool, Jan. 25.—Breadstuff s
opened with considerable firmness,
but became quieter; wheat, 12s7@
-12i-9 for average California white,
Uslo@lßiß for olub, 10b5@11s4 for
red Western, Spring wheat; lls3@
lls9 for red Winter.
London, Jan. 25.—1t seems cer
tain tbat tbe Karl Carnarvon and
Lord Derby have resigned. The
cause of the resignation was not so
much a determination to ask for
supplementary supplies for mili
tary service as an intention to take
steps which will ba sure to lead to
war, which Lords Derby aud
Carnarvon are not yet prepared to
admit as unavoidable. If either
resignation is accepted it will prob
ably lead to an explanation in
the House of Lords to-night which
will make the wholesituatiou clear.
Meanwhile exaggeration and alarm
are premature but the danger is in
creased by the motive which this
new action of England will furnish
Turkey for rejecting Russia's
couditlons. All that is known
this morning about Cabinet
dissensions comes through the Lib
eral newspapers. Provincial jour
nals say that the Duke of Cam
bridge, Field Marshal Command
ing In Chief, who was
visiting In the country, was unex
pectedly summoned to London by
Wednesday morning.— Russia's
advance and apparent de
termination to ignore England
have produced a strong impression,
and many believe that the Govern
ment would bs supported iv forci
bly preventing Russian occupation
The AriuUllco May l>a «'<ihcjii<l«<l
London, Jan. 25.—Dispatches in
dicate that the armistice may be
Tin. Peace Cuu.llfluuh.
London, Jan. 25.—The Daily
Telegraph prints tho following
from Constantinople: "The Turk
ish delegates have been ordered to
sign peace preliminaries and the
armistice will probably be conclud
ed to-day. The conditions are
stated to include the following:
Servia to be independent without
compensations; Montenegro to re
ceive Antivari, Nicsics and spur,
and a portiou of Turkey bordering
on Lake Scutari; Russia to hold
Batoum, Kars and Erzeroum until
a war indemnity of two
hundred million pounds is
paid ; the Dardanelles to be
opened to Russian men-of-war;
Bulgarian autonomy to be
conceded; Turkey to nomi
nate v Christian Governor for
a long term of years, subject to the
ratification of the powers; Bulgaria
is not understood te include Thrace
but only to exteud to the line of
the Balkans; part of the Russian
army to embark at Constantinople
for their return home and tbe final
I reaty of peace to be signed at Con
stantinople by Grand Duke Nicho
las. This arrangement will satisfy
the Russian military without In
volving the occupation of Constan
Constantinople, Jan. 25.—The
Porte having yesterday accepted
the Russian conditions, peace is re
garded as virtually concluded.
Proceeding. In Ihe lloil.e of Cum
London, Jan. 23.—1n the House
of Commons this afternoon Sir
Stafford Northcote, Cbanoelor of
the Exchequer, replying to a ques
tion put by tho Marquis of Hart
lngton, said: "It was only this
morning that a formal communi
cation from Russia containing the
basis of peace was received. In
consequence of private communi
cation last evening, the fleet,
which on Wednesday was
ordered to the Dardanelles,
was ordered to stop at
its mouth. Ha was not authorized
to say whether any minister had
resigned. The vote to ba proposed
is six million of pounds. He was
not aware of tha conclusion of an
armietioe, or of tha signing of pre
liminaries for peace."
The undersigned, a, German lady teach
er, who haa a thorough knowledge ot ail
eduoulloual branches, the teaching of
music and fancy works and has received
her diploma in Germany as a school
teacher and teacher of Kindergarten and
fancy works, is vow preparing to give
lessons to children and ladies ln the Ger
man Language, Fancy Work and Music,
Ht ttie COHN ICR OF MAIN AND SEC
Teaching the German language, for
children in classes, two lessons per week,
per montb, 18; young ladies, lv classes,
$3 per month. Teaching single persons,
two hours weekly, for children, |4 per
month; for ladies, So. Lessons ln fancy
works: ForchilUren, $3 per month; for
Indies, $4 per month, weekly, four hours.
Piano lessons, weekly, two heurs, $8 per
Office hours, every forenoon from 10 to
11 o'clock, j * IT-1 tn IDA SO H MIDI.
Russian and Electric Baths.
S10NORlfll"4 BUILDING, opposite
rr i ■ ■ > J £9, in ret amine thanks to
fer their liberal patronage,
nAdeuce recommena his
OF TH I CON 01TION OF TU X
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES-
At, the close of business, Saturday, Jau
uary l*th, 1878.
Cash on band at Los
Angeles Slli.Bol 40
Cash in bank.with cor
respondents tn San
Francisco 37,118 U
Cash in bank with
New York, 1,810 60
Total cash $150,821 13
Bills receivable and
overdra'te 768,464 44
Bonds and warrants
(Itos Angeles city
and county 33-i 36
Bank building, two
vaults, fixtures, etc. 2C.614 80
Real estate taken In
foreclosure of mort
gages 11,133 50
Note—The amount of Interest due and
accrued, but uncollected, Is $!y,7i, 14,
which is not Included in tha foregoing
The assets are situated In L~>s Angelea
city, the evidence of the same being in
the vaults of said baua.
Capital Btock, paid
up - 1476.000 00
Reserve fund 50.000 ou
Total capital 5526,000 00
Due depositors 401,133 12
Due correspondents... 5,42*J 38
for 300 00
Profit and loss aoc't,
undivided profits.... 22,711 82
Examined and found correct.
L. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN S. URIFFIN,
Isaia? W. Hellman, President, being
duly sworn, deposes and sayi tbat tbe
foregoing statement of tbe condition of
the assets and liabilities of said bank is
true, to ths best of his knowledge and
belief. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN,
Sworn and tubscrlbed before
CHAS. K. MILES,
Jl7-lm Couuty Recorder.
STAT E M E N T
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANCELES.
Of tbo Amount of Capital Actually Paid
up ln Gold Coin.
Capital Stock, paid up In Gold $475,000
STATE Of CALIFORNIA, 1 .
Couuty of Los Angeles,)
Isalas W. Hellman. President, being
duly sworn, deposes and says tbat the
foregoing statement of the amount of oap
itat actually paid In Is true, to the best of
bis knowledge and belief.
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President.
Sworn and subscribed before
CHAS. K. MILES,
jrr-lm County KecorJer.
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
lam prepared to sell, at unprscedent
edly low figures, eighty thousand apple
trees of the most approved varieties.
Those who propose to sot out orchards
would do well to call and examine my
stock. lam also prepared to sell PEAK
and otber orobard trees, on favorable
term*. My oojeot in sacrillclng theue
trees is to retire from the nursery busi
G. D. COMPTON.
COMPTON, Los Angeles Co,, Cal.
DAI R Y^MEN.
I will put Into a cheete and butter Arm
for five or ten years, ftOO acres, near Los
Angeles city, If dairymen will put in ex
perience, skill, labor, management and
cows, for a fair share of tbe profits. Six
teen tons ot alfalfa hay per acre was tho
yield of some of the land this dry year.
All tbe land good fer alfalfa, corn, bar
loy, pumpkins and beets. Call and see
th*. land green with mllk-yleldlng vege
tation, from mere inches high to six feet.
Every acre artesian plow land. Wood
abundant. Aitesian water, cold for milk
and plentiful, with river water for Irriga
tion. None need apply without skill,
capital and reputation.
Horses, from one to hundreds, will bo
pastured on alfalfa, burr clover aad al tl i
erls, maturing and renewing In spring,
summer, autumn and winter, under pe
reunlal irrigation. See Mr. Saulsbury,
Main street Pound Yard.
FOR SALE—Pumpkins, barley hay,
alfalfa hay, headed barley, seed barley,
Early Rose potatoes and fat hogs.
J. H. SHIELDS,
Ja3-lm Los Angeles City.
1878. NEW YORK. 1878.
As the time approaches for the renewal of
subscriptions, tbe Bun would remind its
friends and well-wishers everywhere, tbst it
is again a candidate for their consideration
and support. Upon lti record for the past
ten years It relies for a continuance ot tbe
hearty sympathy and generous co-operation
which has hitherto been extended to It Irom
every quarter of tbe Union.
The oatly Sun Is a four page sheet of 28 col.
umns, price by mail, post paid, 6S cents a
month, or $6.50 per year.
The Sunday edition of tbe Sun Is an sight
page »heet of 66 columns. While giving tbe
news of the day, it also contains a Targe
amount ot literary and miscellaneous matter
■pecially prepared for it. The (Sunday Sun
bas met with great success. Post paid $1.20
Tb.o Weekly Sun.
Who does not know tbe weekly Sun T It
circulates throughout the United SUtes, the
Oanadas, and beyond. Ninety thousand fam
ilies greet its welcome pages weekly, and
regard it In the Mftht ot guide, counsellor and
friend. Its newG, editorial, agricultural and
literary departments make it essentially a
journal for the family and tbe fireside.
Terms: One Cellar a year, post psld. This
price, quality considered,makes it the cheap
est newspaper published. For clubs of ten,
with lie 'ash, we will send an extra copy
> PUBLISHES OF THE SUN,
nov3-tf New York Olty, N. Y.
W. H. NORTHCRAFT,
(Successor to George Emerson, formerly
the House of Jones A Emerson)
AUCTION 4 COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Spring and Market Sts,
Regular sale day, SATURDAY at 11 a
m. Real Estate, Merchandise, Furniture,
Livestock, vVagous, etc., sold under the.
hammer, and the utiles conducted on the
be-jf, business principles. tWTCONSIQN
MENTS f-OLICITED. nSOtf
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
m w. zLsroiriEDs
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court Houhm, and will be
pleased to serve bis old friends and the
Eublio. Particular attention paid to Real
state sales. Regular sale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I intend to make my oharges less
than those otanybody else in the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
ceut. for tbe first $1000 aad one percent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HOUSES,
WAGONS und all kinds of property, and
N. li.—Saturday's sales aommence at 10
A. H. and close at 4 P. K.
E. W. NOYES,
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern Calirornla.
J. a. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
i. M. GRIFFITH ft, CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
- -- A X I> —
M... to < nuimer. lai atreet, near
Knit road Depot. inr2o-tr—
The Steams Ranchos,
AI.FRGO UOBINNOX, Trftotee,
Asa Mtirkot Ht., San Frnuelsco, Cal.
4J/ \ / \f i/\ ACRES OF LAND FOR
OVJjV/VJ'Lf Bale, in lots to suit, suit
able for tbe culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barloy,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., aud also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water is abundant at nn average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and
■be mere elevated portions can be Irri
gated by tbo water ol the Santa Ana river.
Moat of these hinds are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to product
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance ln
one, two and three years, with 10 per ceut
I will take pleasure in showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
invited to come and see this extousivc
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Augeles county. Doc. lit,
INLOT«l TO SUIT.
5000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The best orange and seml-tropleal fruit
land lv the State; located ln the heart of
the San Gabriel valley, and In tbe midst
oi the oldest and largest vlusyards and
orauge groves of Los Angeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land from this Association receives
not only bis land but alse a proportion
ate share of an Inexhaustible water sup
ply, the most complete irrigation system
In the State, whlcb has cost the Associa
tion already over 140,000 for ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water la iront of
every lot. Churches and school houses
on tbe tracts. The S. P. R. H. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards ou these lands
and ln tbe vicinity test their
capability for this culture. The title Is
perfect. Grant bargain and wale deeds
given. Prices reduced to suit the times.
A map of the Traot may he seen at the
office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposite Pico House.
AU communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention..
F. W. WOOD, Bec'y.
nl3tf Los Angeles. Cal.
The proprietors of the above Cemetery
offer lots fur the neat
at HALF r It I UK and en EASY MONTH*
SPECIAL AKRANOKMENiS will be
made with those wishing to transfer
friends from other oemeterlos to Ever
green Cemetery, at NOMINAL PRICES,
i! application Is made immediately.
For further information apply to
Isaac; w. LS)RB, Secretary,
o3tf II aad 84 Main St., loa Angeles, Cal
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Roams It and U, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room tl Temple Block. slttf
Wm. 11. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS OF TITLE, Including every
transaction from the earliest dates to the
present time, made with accuracy and
aWALLEN'S BUintNU, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
.Tames (J. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE—Temple Block (part of eld Bank
Commissioner of Deeds for the State ef
Indiana. ss lm
I have removed my office to
No. 10, MQTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining tha nsw Postoffico.
t. r>. MOTT.
E. a. BICKHBLL. P. B. FABQUHAR.
BICKNELL tfc FARQUH AR.Prps.
Adjoining; tho Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving or de
parting from Loa Angelos. Street oara to
all parte of tbo city. Everything new
and olean. Board by the day or week: at
reasonable rates. u24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANtJELKS, CAL.,
c. W. CRAICUE & CO..
The Ht. Charles Is looated in the busi
ness eontre ef tbo olty, and is tbe largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel iv Southern California.
Free coach to tbo bouse.
1. A. GORDON, Manager.
»*-Western Union Telegraph ln Hotel
Mojave Juuotlon, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS HOWPEPARED Mf\
to receive Ite nameroae patroniJfJM,
and the traveling public ln general. Be
ing entirely new aud ipleudldly lur
nlehed, It affords superior acoommedu
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
In eeeond to none ln Southern California.
THE BAH le supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors uud cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attaohed te the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast ani
supper, it is the point ut departure for
the celebrated Inyo county routes, vie.-
Darwin, T»t>ne Pine, Cerro Uordo and l'im
amlnt. The office of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hetel, The patronage of c
traveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS A BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
18 TM ONLY
IN THE OITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
SIERRA MAD RE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on tbe mna or table
laud* or tbe Sierra Madre Mountain*.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the San Ga
briel orange groves; is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; bouse en
tirely now, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A School for children on tbepjemlses.
For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O.
Box l Hi. Los Angeles.
I offer my place, thr.s-quarters ot a
mile from Uowney C*»y. oa the Wllmlag-
Lea road, adjoining tbe College; al a bar
gain. Il comprise.
Fifteen of which are ln fruit, of ohelee
varieties. There ara eight aores or Istna.
oat grapes. Oemlertable bouse on the
LOW PUIL'F. A SEASONABLE: TERM*.
Imasedtate possession will be
srestrod, with the entire grossing
mau, etc. Water right satis chad
but uo necessity |»r use. Apply
Jy4 era o. H. AT.LsTH. on tfo nr. ar.is...
Fashionbte Merchant Tailor,
XT°- U TKMPLE Block, Spring street,
JX Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND MEBT STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT ln Southern
Csll'ornla. Hla old customers and the
Subllo will And it tbe place to get BEST
TYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET A BILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to Urn pria
el pal Kentleeaen of tha olty, lor whom he
has made clothing.
aWNo necessity to Mad to San Fran
cisoo for good ntUng suits. dec3o-tf
When yon wish to have clothe, made
to order and a geod lit, eali on
J. BKRNSTKLN, NEW YORK TAILOR,
No. ill MAIN ST.,
Between First and Market, Los Angeles,
and you will bo sure te get a geod fit, at
prices to suit. slf ltr
FARMERS' * MERCHANTS'
Of Loa Angeles.
CAPITAL BOO,OOP OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRKCTWRB.
ISAIAS W. n XLLMAN, KCOIHI MKTSH,
8. W. Osulds, L. O. OoenwiN,
lIAHI.H Dvcomif N, Jos a Mamahkl,
John a. Oatpra, C. K. THOM,
Hxohaage lor sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Depeeits and issue Their
Bar a«ad Ball
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also par the highest price for Gold
and Silver Bulliou.
From and after tbls date, on all moneys
let a* Term Deposits. Internet will be al
Of Lo* Augeles.
Authoriio. Capital - 300,000
M. 8. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENGE . ffnfchf
M. B. Patbicst, B. v. Merr,
A. A. WILCOX, H. MA NOBY,
M. Wmowokth, I. i.ansmhbh i.-j,
0. S. WrTHHBBT, Jno. a. Caphon,
J. E, HOLLMBHMC,
This Bank la prepared to receive de
posit* en open account, issue Certtnoates
•if Deposit, and transact a general Ban k
Collections msdeand prooeeds remitted
at cutireut rates ut exchange.
LBS AN6ELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Angeles Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. H. MI. A WON President
It. x. BAKBB. .Tloe-Preeldfmt
J. M. ELLIOTT -.. ..Cashier
1. S. S.l,iM*esr, p. HtAonar,
V. A. IU..VKK, i:ußssnr S, Baku,
I. Bixdy, lino. w. PeutacoTT
A. W. UoWStAN.
Receive Savlugs Bank depeests.
Buy and aell exchange on Ban Francisco,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Buy exohange on all parts or the United
Statea and Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exohange business.
Containing Aye roomi, in tha heart of tha
city, splendid view and geod looatlon.
A clx iootn »i we] ii ng home, ln good lo
cation; close to buslaeea portion of ths
city; haa Just been uswly painted and
pupersd. Apply to
No. II New High SL.opp. Pi so Mease,
Abase, Baeeeees.ee assess TSasssee, van ess eM
T s .m
■ hi «rsSi TWess mmi I Mige, Oseersfc.n*eesss. sv
Mw BSMS.SS., prtM IS im.
■tsw MM pMaaM se nteiet el etu* ; se ■ ■ Sksss,
Mason lo Notico.
A *?• I »**t« *•. **. ».
AfX _ * A. Jf—The slated mcc tragi
YVofUili Lodge are held on tfia
/v4sr\ "ret MONDA V of each monte at
' ▼ ' 7:30 p. m. Members of Pentui
pna. No. an, and til Master Masons lv
good standing are ooHlally Invited.
Byorderofthe W:* M:>
Chas. Smith. Secretary.
■ fKSIT ALPHA I.OIME. *(■<,,
mfX-r **• A 1 M. The stated meet
TsV M lngs of this Loage are held on
/>r \ the TB !BD MONDAY of each
month, at 7 p.m.
Byorderofthe W;. MJ-
H. Hii.ler, secy.
Lit Angeles Chapter Nt. 33, R: • ft;.
" Stated convocations on 1
I I MONDAY of each month
2*. *■ ** Mm »°»u> Han:
fAsf Uf Sojourning eompaniona ln
r\ Jri good suuidlngcordially In-
vlted. By order of
I^-* —f 8. O. FOY, H. r
1 I Sam. Praokk,
Ln Angeles Ceoncll Nt. 11, Royal aad
Salad Magttrt, F. * ft. ■~
Balds Its stated assemblies oa the tut
Monday or each month at Masonic Hall
atTiao p. m Sojourning Companions in
good standing are freAemally tnvleed to
attend. Byorderofthe Th - . nr.
B. B. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder.
De Lion Commandarr Nt.
Holds Its stated conclaves at the Asy
lum ln Msaonie Hall, on tha Thint
THURSDAY of e»ch month, at ni o'clock
p. M. Sojourning Knights Templar in
good standing are oordlully invited la at
teed. By order of the so «■
J. O. LrmiriitJ, Recorder.
I. O. O. F.
i A_ajajfcw Ansreiito Lodge afar. its.
M mh^-^T^ 1 " meeting.
at Odd Felo»s> Hall, »,wney Blaoa.
Visiting and sojourning brothers ln good
standing are Invited to attend.
„ _ M. LEHMAN. N.«.
Fbed. w. Wood, Rec. Sec.
Loa Aageles Loug.lle, SO, I.e. #.§•.
Regular meeting held oa
ffm ETEngO Ol
VsaflljJtFeach a-eek st T\ o'clodl. So-
looming brethren in good
standing are cordially Invited.
. „ _ 4. W. BARD, N. O
A. Fun, R. S. '
Orange Grove Encampment, Mm. St, 1.0.
jffSkv BXUDLAR MBETINGB hela
gSJ SAli" 1 '? 0 Second and Fourth
■sgSJBJgJ"'TUEBDAYB of each month at
. , Hi P- >t. Sojourning Patri
archs in food .landing are cordially Invi
ted to attend.
_ C. C. LIPS, 0. P.
B. Marxskn. Scribe.
® Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No. 96.
meets every ThuredeV evening, at
7 o'clock, at the Castle - Hall,
Downey Block. All sojourning Knights
In good standing are ■ordlnllv Invited.
I. A. DUNSMOOR, C. C.
U E. MILIB.K. of K. H.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
m REGULAR MEETINGS of
im\\ tb>> Company will take place
jJmSSkW on the first Wednesday eve
■SgsWrnmL nl "*" °' eßrh month, at a
4gmmgfmt o'clock. By order,
— W. S. MOORE, necretesy.
C. F. HEINZEMAN & CO.,
Successors to 1. B. SAUNDERS A CO
DRUGGISTS ANB CHEMISTS,
70 'Slain Street.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLE!*,
PUREST CHUGS and PATENT MEIU.
class of all kinds, mw Prescriptions care
fully compounded day and night noS-tf-8
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIGNORET'3
BLOCK to .
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
••"Prescriptions pit-p»r.d with gieut
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VIT/»L HEe Ip '>W*T)WE I
The great English
Decline of Physical I
The Vital I
Will positively cure, thoroughly ami
permanently, any case of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long standing, and ln either
sex, no matter from what cause pro
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, la
not a quack nostrum, hence perfectly
safe to take; Is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the cerebrospinal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The blood. rejuvenating and relnvlgorat-
Ing both mind and body. Thoueands,
both ln this country and in Europe, can
testily to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, $3 per bottle, or four times tbe
quantity lor (10. Sent to auy address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to the
Urthopcedlc Hospital or Philadel
No. 722 Montgomery St., Sau Krancisci.,
P. B.—DR. MINTIE can be consults!
ln reference to the atiovecomplaims dur
ing office hours from • a. m. to 3 p. *.
dally, and from I to 1 lo the evening,
Sundays, 10 a. m. to 1 p. a. Consultation
FREE. Thorough examination aud ad*
vlee, 15. Full directions and advleo tree'
with every package of medicine, lylatf
Montana Meat Market.
FKOfLINOEReV FRANK, MMa*
The best and tenderest MeatsalMT
In the market. None but the HBraiß.'
frtmeejt Baef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Mon
tana Meat Market. Male (Street, neat
I First, Los Angeles