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■ nlkHnUt'tl ove.y mornlnif except Mou
.1 OttUUll X>. LYNCH.
TtftjMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
i ,< nnu m, >>y mall or express 910
Si it te.outbs " '* 1
i iireo inonlus M " » ■
UMlvereu by carriers, por week ■ cents
US ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
i> |>ttb.llaaetl every Hattmia" momma
v*>«- yeatJ., mall orexpreiwi,oueoopy..t3 , .A
sit taiiaui., •' " " -! <f
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an Ki.d. e>l jo»-'.viirk dove to
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l'ri,-r,«) le. aail Kleanuee ol Work.
H. K. I. O'HgLVBNY. O. O. THANTDM.
O'Melveny A Trantum,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms .and 8. Strellt*
Block, Spring slreet, I.o* Angeles. Will
give exolmlve attentiou l» all business
eutrusted to them. ]*■«
V X HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Kuomi, «H,n7 nnd 08 Tem
i.ie Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
~ HENRY T. HAZARD,
,\ TTO It IS E V AT LAW
C COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, O. A.
j Doblnsou, Manager.
OFFICE - U oms H aud » Dovrncy
s. r. iiuuMKi.t.. «o"kbv nunsoN,
HUBBELL A HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,Rooms I und 4
Ducommun a Block, corner Maiu A
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. muy7-ti
A ..I.A*SKI.I.. R.U. SMITH
A Ii.CHAI'UAN. H. M. SMITH
6USSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
OFKIUIC-TKMPLK BLOCK up-etair», l«s
Angeles. California. ooJ-tf-il
A. C. BAKER,
AT IO ii IVICY - AT - LAW,
ROOM 50, TEMPS BLOCK,
LOS ANOBLES, CAL. JjTWf
awapasa m. white, j. d, bicknki.i..
llicknell & White,
AT'fURNUYM JY V LAW.
OKFI' '■ -ROOM 30, Tomple Block,
an 11 11'
E. J. C. Kewen,
U'l'UttNßV -AX LAW.
FFIUE — Nos. 1* and 11, BTHELITZ
UUILDINO, Spring street.
Pu.RRIE KEWEN will occupy the
.aiue rooms, conducting a Real Estate
\geuoy, together with the business of
>au!ug mouey and the collection of bills.
Ur. L. B. Joseph,
a-lryssloiuii nuu Hitrifeon
J*6:l , 81 SPRINU ST., LM Angeles.
N *. olltan.soN, H. U. I" M'IiUIKK, H. D,
Drs. CMbersen & MfUiilie.
;Succe&sore tv Dr T. fi. Stanway,)
ornV.e, MaJn Sttaet, ovor Dotier A brad-
Ity'r Furntflur* store.
1 -'vi Maui stroel.ut Ilia loot
alTblrg ■, oai-lm
Or. H. P. RICHARDSON,
l'iiywioiun nut I K^vir-jfeon
HWaideui c, Fort Hill, I Omci.No. 19Dow-
Huoua Viaui street. I ueyßlock.upstuirs.
J. H4NNQN, At. D.,
■ tOOJiS Uaud 15, CARDONA BLOCK.
XV Keildeuoe Downey Avenue, Knit
Eel Angeles, uear tlio cud of street rail.
out . v bouts Horn 10 to 12 a. v.; from Ito
IP. ai. " apauf
i(. D, WISE, JH. P,
/\FVIOM IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS
KJ Augelea, Cat., nearly opponte Court
iTouau. o-rl)(SßAeaa oir lrjsMAi.es a
J. Bechtinger, H. li.,
IJiIYMICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
depsudout anil Frenoh M. B. Boule
ties. Ooullslof the Frenuu Hospital In
aau Fr.uiuisce. All chroulo obstinate
eases auu on the eyes attend
OFFICE — No, 701 Haoramcnto street,
ouruerul Ksaruy. Hesldelioe —SE. cor
ner Mason aud i'aclnu streets, San Frau
Has removed to the new aud apaclout
roomi, Nos. 6 and n Cardona Block,
Mai ll street, (formerly occupied by I)r.
pel men where he will be happy io ase
alt friend* and former patrons. »Blf
VyE RECOMMEND TO FAMILIES
AG ME COFFEE
Fur v trial, and we let tbeeonsumeri be
tbe ludgesof Its merits.
ear Also, Importers and manufacturers
of apices, chocolate!, Teas, cream Tar
tar, Soda, Saleratus and Infallible Yeast
408 <fc 407 SA-NSOXIE STREET,
d 2» Sni BAN FRANCISCO.
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Mnoeeaeer te Ohrle. Henne) Proprietor.
Tbe CLE A REST, PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LASER BEER Soutu ol
Order' for DRAUGHT or TOTTLED
BejaiK promptly attended to,
Tne celebrated Boer from thie Brewery
denes competition In tbe State. mnVlf
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Pii.eeua'er. tiuiuK Bemlat,
MSjave, Jan. 'i'.).— E Alley, C A
Howard, S O Evans, T C Bergan, C
8. Ourr, J H Russell, J Colombet,
P W Frost, B Belden, M E Way
land, M McCarthy, M Hyman, "H
X Mai ley, D C Young, F Kandolph.
free Lum li< >w.
San Fbancisco, Jau. -9.—Tlie
project for establishing free lunch
bouses for the destitute people of
tbe city is now under good head
way. About three hundred par
sons partook of lunch yosterday af
ternoon in tbe Vestry nf tlie Cen
tral M. E. Church. During tbe
day a city banker dropped iv to
see tbe proceedings and, alter mak
ing some Inquiries and observing
how tho tbi ug was done, drew n
check (or $230, which he presented
to the Committee. Supplies con
tinue to pour l'l from all
directions — enough to satisfy
tbo Committee of the per
manency of the undertaking.
The idea is suggested of establish
ing a lodging houso for poor anil
houseless wanderers, whore accom
modations coul l be bad at trifling
cost and, In very needy cases, with
out cost. Another freo lunch room
was established iv the vestry of the
Green street Congregational
Church yosterday. Arrangements
bad been hurriedly made and were
uot complete, but about 200 people
were provided with meats. Most
of the applicants bear the appear
ance of being really needy.
ftn« 1 , vii tM i .nurktm.
San Francisco, Jan. 29th.—
Wheat—Shi pping,s2©2.os; milling
$email@example.com*. Barley—Feed, $1.47}
©1.65; brewing, firstname.lastname@example.org} Oats-
Feed, $1.50(5)1.80; milling, I.Bo®
1.90. Com—Large yellow, $1.52} ©
1.57jj; white, 1.60©1.(I5; small
round 185©1.50. Hay, $11© 18.1)0.
Xxi t'llllou ul tt I'lilmhiiihu.
San Rakaei,, Jan. 29.—Lew
Wong was liung to-day at 12:05 I.
m. He listened with tlie utmost
coolness to the reading of tbo death
warrant by an interpreter. He
said lie understood it wus all right,
and walked firmly up to the scaf
fold, aud when asked if lie had any
thing to cay, replied: "It is a put
up job by my enemy; if Lew Yuen
was here before me I should be sat
isfied." He spoke to the same pur
port In his cell. He was bright and
cheerful. The arrangements all
went oil" smoothly. He struggled
some after the drop. Wot a China
man was present.
Chicago, Jan. 29,—The Timet'l
Laredo special via Brownsville,
says that a party of Mexicans,
mostly from Texas, under com
mand of Col. It. Salinas, an adher
ent of Lerdo, attacked the
towns of Laudela, Sevinas and
Hildalgn in the State of
Tamaullpas, on tlie 22d inst.,seized
the principal mou of the towns aud
forced them to pay six thousand
dollars for ransom. Cavalry start
ed iv pursuit from different, points,
upon which the revolutionists sep
arated uud twenty of tbe band
crossed into Texas, below Lerdo.
It is said the raid was planned at
WtaTsliili»«i Wlti« ii,- t*l*lil i., thttftH
Washington, Jan. 20—The
Houso Elections Committee did
not adopt Ihu report on the Wig
ginton-Paclieco contest that was
prepared by Springer and Williams
us a majority report of the sub
committee ou the case, but a strict
party voto authorized the prepara
tion aud presentation of a
new report declaring Wlggiu
tou elected by 4 majority. All
tbe Democrats of the Committee
except Springer and \Villiaui9,
uuited with the Republicans in
agreeing that the correction of the
returns of San Loreß.o precinct
should be ratilted by Congress, but,
after giviug Pacheco the benefit of
this correction, tbe Committee pro
ceeded to consider each claim of
illegal voting separately, aud a ma
jority of tbe Committee accept
ing some votes for Pacheco,
which Springer aud Williams
rejected und vice versa, finally
struck a balanoe and arrived at tbe
conclusion above staled; namely
that, out of the total number of
votes caste VVlgginton received
four moie than Pacheco. The Re
publlcau minority of the Commit
tee will submit a report claiming
the election of Pacheco by fourteen
A Vreeuburk-tiivrr Aeeaelallatt.
Washington, Jan. 29th.—At a
meeting of the members of the
House last night, a Greenback and
Silver association was organized to
secure tbe lenionetization of silver
aud tho repeal of the resumption
Tilt' Ittllroaile I.i.tl* llmi. mi au
i Arlauun Ctiloall
Washinoton, Jan. 2Stb.—
Representatives Culberson anil
Conger, of tha House Committee
ou Judiciary, have, for several
days, be'en listening to arguments
for aud ugaiust the passage of a
resolutiou giving Congressional
sanction to i;cts of legislation of tlio
Territory of Arizona passed during
Us lujt session. Under ordinary
circumstances a resolution of this
kind would attract little utteutiou.
The laws iv question would
be referred to a aub-coininitee
which, after giving them a hasty
examination, would report favora
bly, unless there was something
unusual contained iv the Acts. In
the present instance, the approval
01 disapproval ol these laws in
volves an important question now
at issue between the Texas-Pacific
and the Southern Pacific Company
of California. The latter, under
the management of Huntington,
has completed its road to Fort Yu
ma and Huntington is desirous of
pushing his line eastward across
Arlzoua, over the route already
selected by the Texas-Pacific road.
The Californiacharter of the South
ern Pacilic of course confers upon it
no rights beyond the boundaries of
that State, but Huntington has se
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30. 1878.
cured Ihe parage oi' an act by tlie
Legislature of Arizona granting to
his Company v charter to extend
ita line from Fort Yuma to El Paso.
Tho Texas and Pacilic iuterests of
course are strongly opposed to this
extension, uud its attorney has al
ready made au argument before the
sub-Committee showing why, in
his opinion, this particular act of
tho Arizona Legislature should not
be approved. Huntington, on Ibe
other hand, favors such approval.
The sub-Committee will report ou
the subject, within two or three
i ii.- An;i>suli«i<l] it.-anWitioH.
Washinoton' Jan. 291h.— The
overwhelming vote of 174 agaiust
85, by which tho llouee to-day
adopted Baker's anti-subsidy reso
lution, discourages the Texas-
Pan Mr railroad hill ndvocates, but
it is not accepted by them as con
clusive of the fate of their meas
ure. They say that many of their
friends aro ready to claim, when It
conies up for action, that it should
be made an exception to the gen
eral rule or that it does not really
provide for what is properly de
nominated a subsidy. Davis,"Lut
troll aud Wren voted for Baker's
resolution; Williams, of Oregon,
against it, itud Page and Pacheco
were not. present when the vote
Washington, Jan. 29tli.—The
Comptroller of Currency to-day i.d
vocated a proposition to extend to
all insolvent National banks the
remission of taxes proposed by the
bill of Senator Davis, of Illinois.
Tlie House Committee to-day
heard Frank 8. Bond, Vice-Presi
dent of the Texas-Paoiflc Railroad,
iv favor of that measure, and J. U.
Crawford, representing Bau Diego
aud Los Augeles, tn advocacy of
iln- same road.
In tbe House to-day Luttrell pre
sented the petit ion of 10,000 labor
ing men of bis district asking for a
modification ofthe Chinese treaty
iv order to prevent the influx of
Chinese to America. Referred.
■ ■TIMHMI ik. Cuius*. «l»«.tluu.
Washington, Jan. 29.—Luttrell
and Wreu were before the House
Coin mil tea on the Cbiuosequeslion
to day. Davis, who is also iv fa
vor of restricting immigration, ap
Mieruian Thrutii Hie SEloug-e.
Chicago, Jan. 29.—The Times's
Washington special assures us that
Secretary Sherman, iv an inter
view, says tbat lie recognizee the
fact that the Silver bill will become
a law. He believes there is a clear
two-thirds vote for it in each
biancli of Congress.
C'uiiNtniitf nople Bulling; — Misery
ll'i.tf III. .mo.l- Ari.ilei. ur H.<
rainier* flu ml.ring- Hie Tonus
Alliens lv w I'l-rmeul.
London, Jan. 29.—Russian scouts
have arrived at Cborlu, seventy
miles from Constantinople. Sulie
man Pasha is at Benlalr..Mehemet
AM is at Constantinople. There
are teußritisb iron-cladi at Besika
Buy. The Egyptian garrison lias
evacuated Bazardjik aud retreated
Tbe Turkish Oovernment is hav
ing difficulty to maintain order in
tbe Capitol among the tens of
thousands of refugeee from Rou
niania who form an army of armed
Circassians. These have already
plundered Suieli, Bourgas, Cborlu
and Rodesto and other towus, aud
are now (locking into Constantino
ple laden with booty. The Gov
ernment wishes to disarm
them nnd send them into
Asia, but it Is doubtful whether
they will be able to do so. Appal
liug misery exists from the Bos
pborus to tlio Gulf of Salonioa.
The whole coast is crowded with
terrified Mohammedans seekiug
transportation across the st raits.
Hundreds are perishing from cold,
hunger and exhaustion, and no
succor is possible until tbe panic
and confusion in tlie capital has
Advices from Athens up to last
u(gbt say that order bas been re
established, but the exasperation of
the people is increasing. Their
disposition is very warlike. Many
volunteers are crossing tbe froutier.
M«MI«« Tro.pi at Allrlauople.
London, Jan. 29.—Advices from
Constantinople to 7:30 last night
say there is no news from tbo peace
plenipotentiaries. The concentra
tion of Russians at Adriauople con
Liverpool, San 20.—Rreadstufls
easier, wheat 12s s©l2s 8 for aver
age California white, 12s 2©129 for
Russian and Electric Baths,
■>;.• Vu'.i l"s BUILDING, opposite
It. HUGHES), lv returning thanks to
the public lor their liberal patronage,
cau with conadenoe recommend his
B _A_ T HE S
Ah the treat PURIFIER tad EttUAL-
I/ivu ul i iii) ii umj ii body, enuMing tha
system to throw off Its Impurities aud
giving to ths lungs one-sixth mure lni.pl*
rutloii of stir than can bs obtained by
breathing, by oponing the pores ef tbs
skin ami giving full play to tbe insensi
ble respiration wo necessary to physical
fteß'A teinalo constantly ou hand to
Opou from 8 a. m. to? P. M. s23tf
AT FASHION STABLES,
A FEW THOIIOUQHBBED
Light Bramau Cocks & Hens,
Tho lines! over Imported to this couniy.
The roll brother chickens el this lot ob
tained the MUST I'KJZE ul. the lata Fair,
and tbe parents were the first prise birds
at tbe law Poultry Exhibition at Chica
go two yoars ago. J2 l-St
MISCELLANEOUS. f MISCELLANEOUS.
Hi T ATE ME tiT~ W. H. NORTHCRAFT,
orTni condition of tub (Successor to George Emerson, formerly
the House pf Jones Jr. Kmerson;
Farmers' & Merchants* Bank auction & commission merchant,
Corner Spring and Market Sts.
OF LOS ANGELES.
At the close of business SatuM.y, J,n
nary mm, isrs. Livestock. Wagons, etc, suld under th.
hummer, aud the sains conducted ou the
IMM> be«l business principles. aurCONSION
AS.Mr.TS. MEN'i'S tOLIOITED. n2otf
Cash ou hand at Los
Angeles 1111,894 10 ■
C SSS?° 3 :,„ B ct OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Cash In bank with
correspondents In IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
New York, 1,111 M
Total casn #IOJ,a*J 13 ;J4]. "Vv 7 ". 2SnTO"Y"II±jS
Bills receivable aud m
overdram 70S 181 44 Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
Honda aud warrants ' opposlle Ihe Court House, and will be
(I«s Augeles clly pleased to serve his old friends and the
and county . 335 38 public. Particular attention paid to Real
Bank building, 'two 5" tnt » aalee. Regular salo days for
vaults, fixtures, elc. MJM 80 Horses and rolling stock,
'foreclosure ofmor't! WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
gages ILM 59
As 1 have no partners and do my own
$957,571 32 work, I intend Lo mak. my charges less
than l hose #f any body else In the busl
.... . aess, charging on real estate two per
Notk—The amount of interest due and com. for the flint $1090 aad one percent
accrued, but uncollected, Is $19,737 14. eu all sums above that amount,
which Is net Included lv Ilia foregoing Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES,
statement. WAGONS und all kinds tf properly, and
Ttie assets are situated lv L»e Angeles pay casn.
city, the evidence or the sumo being In N. R.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
the vaults of said tout. *• *• aua dose at I r. x.
E. W. NOYES,
I I ABILITIES Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
Cupi'tal stuck, liald nv2l
up _ $175.000 0,1 "
Reserve fund So.MO 00 J. G. JACKSON
TeUlcap,tul ~ Lumber Dealer
Due depositors -101,13! 12
Due correspondents... 0,42tt 38
300 00 Corner Alameda and Firtt Streell.
Profit and loss acc't,
uudlvidcd profits.... 22,711 82 okalkh in
. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Examined and found correct. POSTS, SHINOLES, LATHS,
L. c. GOODWIN, SHAKES, PLASTER OF
iTO.*ffaV?fe PARIS, CEMENT AND
Isalm W. Hellmun, President, being I II ppiPriTU », AA
duly sworn, deposes and says lhat the J, IVf a 0111111 111 Ob UCi
foregoing statement of the condition »f
th. assets and liabilities of said bank Is
true,to th. best of his kuowledge and I ■. m U a , I*l «a «-» 1,«.r.
belief. ISAIAS W. HELI.MAN, LUITIOor UCtHCIS.
Sworn and subscribed beford
chas. c miles, Alameda and First Streets
Jl7-lUI Couniy Recorder. „ IALI rs in
; DOORS, WINDOWS,
STATE Ml ENT blinds, shingles,
— OF THE — POBTB, LATHS,
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank shakes, hair,
laiincia « inciv-naiiio uaur. p LAaTER 0F PARIB) j,- rc E TC _
OF LOS ANGELES.
Of Ih. Amount of Capital Actually Paid LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
* ' —AT —
Capital Stock, paid, up In UolJ $175,000 p orry| WOOdwOrth A CO.'S
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I „ lt YAWT.S
Couuty o| Lm Angelea.) **• i.iuiufcit yakuw
Isalas W. Hellmau, President, being a n n —
duly sworn, deposes und says that the PLANING MILLS,
foregoing statemeutof theauiuuutof cap
ital actually paid in Is true, to tho best of ai... 1* tionsiaerclal street. Dear
til, knowledge and belief. _ .
ISAIAS W. HELI.MAN. President. Kaltriwd llepol. narao-tr—
Sworn and subscMJbe s db.fo™ [ Ks R an C„OS,
- 117 -"- county Recorder. * ..rRKO KOBINNON. Traeteo.
GERMAN INSTITUTE. v,a Unr "" l "'— F, "" , " wo ' c "'
Hi \ t \l W a ACRES OF LAND FOR
OU.VJ'UU sale, iv lots lo suit, suit
able lor the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
The undersigned, a Germnu lady teach- Limes, Figs, Aliuouds, Walnuts, peaches,
er.who has a thorough knowledge ot all Apples, Pears. Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, llarle.v.
educatlonul branches, tbe toachlng of Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also man.*
music and raucy works aud has received tbnusaud acres ul
her diploma In Germany as a school r- „_.__ n«.0..:.
teacher and teacher of Kindergarten and Natural fcvergrecn PaStUreS,
fancy works, is now pr.parius to give -kl« « nn n^i M i,ln M
lessons to children and Indies lv the Ocr WIW !0T Ualrylng.
man Laugusge, Fancy Work and Music, Uoou wat6r is abundant ut an average
at the COKNBR Ol MAIN AND SLU- depth of sis feet inim the surface. Oval-
ONDSIREETs. most every acre of this land FLOWING
T . BUfi ARTESIAN WE4.I.S cau be obtained, aud
I EVfClViea the more elevalod portions can be irrl
fteaxfcliM tha Germnn lan«iiaee for gated by the water ol th. Santa Ana river,
chl drill n classes e««u ? ne? weei Wof these lands are naturally moist.
2i month, % * young asses! 2S«? U, « oulj bouJ «""™ tlo '' "> f*^"*
$3 per month. Teaching singlo porsens, crop«»
two hours weekly, lor children, $4 per THRMS—One-fourth Cbsb; balance In
month; for ladies, $3. Lessons in fancy one, two aud throe years,with 10 per cent
works: fl'or children, $2 per monih; for interest.
Indies, |4 per month, weekly, four hours. I will take pleasure inshowing these
Piano lessons, weekly, two hours, 58 per lands to parties heeking land, who arc
monih. Invited to come and see this extensive
Office hours, ovary for#noon from 10 to tract before purchasing elsewhere.
11 o'clock. Jal7-lm IDA SCUM IDA. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent,
Anaheim. Los Augeles county, Dhc. '24,
Mfflt, DeCap & C... ——-
So. 3 SPRINS STREET.
5000 A'cros of the Lake
au kinds of Fun.r.i work carefully Vineyard Land and Wa
att.ad.d to by the oldest and moat .xpe- tar AafiOCintlon
rleiiced professionals In the business. . -.mmm
Full Charge Taken of Remains. Tv , best e mi-tropieai m.v
and intermit, mad. In Catholle City tK^ab^fr^^
aud Evergre.n C.m.t.r1... M.paotaach ot tu . oldest and largest vineyards aud
in ware room.. orauge groves of Los Angeles county.
.^ B , ,dl * , „ ,mb .* ln ; c . a .' P . r ? P *rtf » na No wa'.r rates cha.-sed. Th.purohas
sh pped oall parts of th. oountry. er of land from this Association receives
Thoonly nrmexclu.lvelylnth.Und.r- not only his laud but also a proportion-
Lea ng business. Wo own our owu ye- ut e sbar. of an Inexhaustible water sup
hle.s aud live slock. The oulycom- ply, th. most complet. irrigation system
pl.i. slock or in ta.stale, which has cost th. Associa
tion already over $40,000fordttches, pipes
Wnnrifln A Mterallo Burial and reservoirs alone. Water in iront of
VVOOaen Ot mtJiailC tvuriai >T( — ]ut> churches and school hous.s
Cases and Caskets, on tn. tracts, til b. p. h. r. passes
through the lands. The orang. orchards
BoeMi Hardware and Mourning Drapery and vineyards on these lauds
and .xolutlv. agents for th. st KIN'S aud In the vicinity tost their
PATENT CASKETS, the only flrst-clas. capability for this culture. The title Is
burial cuskst ever Introduced lv the perfect. Grant bargain aud sale deed,
lower country. given. Prices reduced to suit th. limes.
A map of the Tract may lie seen at tb.
OUR HEARSES office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High
wwra «» street, opposite Pioo House.
Embraco the Handsomest Adnlt Full- All commuuioatlons addressed to th.
Trimmed Vehicle Made. Secretary will attention.
The Only White Hearse Here, nUtt ' An "«'"-^»
aud tho only appropriate vehicle for mmm » m tmm mmg gf»\ mm% mam m s&j
young people and children. Carriages W* fx XJt |"C CL Xl mm
Hue aad rates low. Patrons shown the
various cemeteries free. These requiring Aril rTr D V
such services wIM do well to call ou vi. uLffltlfcnT.
For Sale Cheap.
The proprietor*, of tbe abovo L'eiuotery
— offer lots lor the next
A Cottage and Lot on Hill ninety days
St., Near First,
at HALF PRICE and ou EASY MONTH-
Commanding a view of th. oooan aud LV PAYMENTS,
valley. Th. und.rsign.d will dlspo.e of
lb. abov. prop.rty. With a vl.w to lm
prov. and build ou lhe adjoining lols.
Apnjy to If. KELLEHER,
City Surv.yor. SPECIAL ARRANOEMEN . ■ will b.
Omce-No. 1 Templestr.el. d 27 tf mad. with tbo.. wishing to transfer
1 fri.nd. from other oam.leries to Kver
u„l jr. pu-..t, gr..a Com.tory, at NOMINAL PRlt'KB,
I*lll lie 11 A lyieuenisi, ft application is mad. immediately.
For further tnlornaatlnn apply to
Landscape Gardeners and oi , u>aactw. i »rd, secretary,
Cardan Contraotora, Mr 91 anJ 8< Ml " v g '-° H An ' 9l8 "' CI "
JCIf No. 105 SPRING UT. A 11)11 A "^'-CS
$55t0 $77 eh.SF¥RES*"p!-%* vlflUUH : ;ii~ u H^i
VIOKKUY, Augusta Maine. aepUwly ag2t
JUOSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
i Rooms 13 and 14, Mcdonald Block,
Maiu St., LOS AN UK LBS, Cal.
John £. Jackson.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 11 T.mpl. Hlock. jlStl
Wm. 11. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Reoords and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTB OF TITLE, Inolualng every
transaction from tho earliest dates to the
present time, mnde with aconrney and
aar ALLEN'S BUInINO, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
Jamas C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE Temple Block (part of eld Bank
Commissioner of Deeds for 1 lie State of
Indiana. s$ lin
I have removed my offlee to
No. 10, M6TTS BUILDING,
Adjoining tbe new Postoalce.
T. D. MOTT.
K. S. HICKNBLI.. D. B. FARQUIIAK.
Adjoining the Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving •>' «••
parting from Los Angeles. Street oars to
all parts of the city. Everything new
and clean. Beard by the day or week at
reasonable rates. u24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOU ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUE A CO..
Tba Mt. Charles is located in tho busi
uess centre ol the city, end Is tho largseL
most elegant and completely organised
Hotel lv Southern California.
Free coach to tho house.
J. A. CORDON, Manager.
nvWusieru Union Telegraph In Html
o«ce. .1 v tin
Mojave Junotfou, Cal.
' | MI is HOUSE IS NOW PEPAKBB <jjcA
i ut ri.'uvivf' its utiLuerous patrons Jap,
und tlie traveling public In general.Be
ing entirely new and splendidly fur
nished, U a fiords superior nceommodH-
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
In second lo none In Southern California
THK B tst Is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant HILLIAKD HOOM Is also
attached to the house.
All (nuns stop here for breakfast an.l
supper, it is the pointof departure for
the celebrated Inyo county miucs, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Uordo aud I an
iirnlnt. Thcofflceof the
LONE PINE HTAGE CO.
1* at this hotel. The patronage of «
travellngpubllc is respectfully solicited.
MATTHF.VYn & BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dot Princes,
IB THS ONLY
IN THE 01TY.
V. DOL, Proprleter.
SIERRA M A DRK VILLA,
A Private Hotel ou tho mesa or table
lands ol the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Climate uusurpassed for
Summer er Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking tho Ban Ga
briel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad aud telegraph station; house en
tirely now, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern couvenlences.
A .school tor children on tho p.iemties.
Kor particulars addiesa proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
I offor my plaoa, thr.e-quart.rs ol a
mil. from Downey CMy. ou Ih. Wilming
ton road, adjoining th. College; at a bar
gain. It comprise.
Klfl.eu of which are In fruit, • f obolae
varieties. Th.r. are elcht aero, of Mus
cat grap.a. Oomlorlabl. lieu., oa the
LOW PRICE A REASONABLE TERMS.
lntmtdlfttt possewl.n will be given, it
desired, with th. entire growing crop o!
null., et£. Water rightutliMili.il to land,
but no necessity lor use. Apply to
jvt 8m O. U. ALLBN. on the premises.
Fashienble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TKIIPLE Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He has the LARGKST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAIL .Rr
ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
C'.ll'ornlß. His old customers and the
public will And It the plaoe loget BESI
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET A SILK VELVBTINO,
Constantly on band. Raters to tbe prin
cipal gentlemen of tbe elty, tor whom he
has made clothing.
aar*No necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. decJO-tf
When you wish to have elethes mad.
to order and a good fit, oall oa
J. BERNSTEIN, NEW YORK TAILOR,
No. Mt MAIN ST.,
Between First and Market, Los Angelea,
and you will be sure to get a good nt, at
pr. es to suit. Bill ltf
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
Of Loa Angelea.
CAPITAL 600,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTaRS.
Uai.is W. Hkllman, ErjeaNE Maraa,
0. W. i 'iill.us, L. C. Oo.nwm,
Oh \Ki..e Docommun, Joaa Mascaubl,
John 8. Oaima, C. R. Thorn,
Bzebange for aale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN aud HAMRURS.
Receive Dapesit* and Issue Their
Ba; and Soil
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will alaopay the highest price for Uold
and Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
leitaa Term Deposits. Interest will b. al
Of Log Angelee.
Authorized Capital • 300,080
M. S. PATRICK _ President
E. K. SPENOE ..Gaebior
11. 8. Patuiuk, B. H. Mott,
A. A. Wilcox. H. Uahokv,
M. WoenwoKTn. 1. I.ankbksuiu,
O. 8. WrruKRBV, Jno. U. Capkon,
J. E. HOLLERBEOK.
Thl. Bank la prepared ta neaive de
posits on open aeoount, tosu. Certificate*
of Deposit, and transact a g.noral Bauk-
Collections mailo and prooeeds remitted
at cm reut ratea exchange.
L6S ANSELES COUNTY SANK.
Lob Angeles Cal
Capita! Stock (paid up), 390,000
J. S. SI.AUBON President
K.s. UAKBR Viee-Proold.nl
J. M. ELLIOTT Caehlor
'. S. *1I AUSON, P. BrACBRT,
V. A. Hoover. "ob&ht s. B.ebr,
j. i;txßv, K,mu. w. PRKaeorr
A. W. !...>■ MAN.
Reeelve Saving:, departs.
duy and aell enuu.iiia on San Franelseo,
New York, London, Parle, Berlin and
Buy exchange on all parts of the United
States and Europe.
Reoeiyo money on open account and Cor
tlnoato of Depoeit, and do a general
banking aud oxchange bualness.
Coutalnliie five ream., In the heart of tbe
city. Splendid view aud good location.
A six loom dwelling homo, In good lo
cation. cloko to bualaooa portion of the
city, has Just bean newly painted aad
papered. Apply to
P. BE A U DRY,
No. II New Riga St...pp. Pleo Mens*.
View of Marriage!
* j.'".? iLm ««*aj
0. Ui mum, s*u
hu. IS. Mr IwrahMW., wftv m
■*'"cIiSCaL LbWMIJ .a Ik. lama
Opi.Bi a*Mi.a&, pa. a m.
.i«Mioa>«i*Aii . >M. Hitl*.
iiouTat BTTTl'a,lo. ua. aa si. at. L.vi». a.
j. NO. 55
* A - "—The elated BiHuf
V JT or ,L " .re held •■ X
/V/\ flratMONDa V ofßaonakeaieat
' ~ N 7:30 P. m. MembiaTof Paatal
psa, No. 202, and ,11 MaZCr Mama It,
good standing are coritally invited
By orderof tbe W:- lit.
Chas. Smith, secretary.
a prrtalfbl*. lomi, jr.
% /\ # r 302. f• A. di M. The stated aaeet
'"If B of this ixxiga are b.ld aa
tbe THIRD MONDAY of oaok
mouth, at 7 p.m.
By order or the W.-Ml-
H. Huxaa, Hmmt.
Lstlngalti Chapter Ne. St, •■ :
■ «w_ Stated convocations aa 1..
f/vJI MONDAY of each ateattfe
\/V*>\/ Ty, r. a. at MaeoaMKaU.
Vw wLf sojourning -"—| —nm j»
r\ /f i«od iUtodlna oordlallj U
WfVM vlted. By order of
l^ 2 0 »• C. RoY, H. T
1 I Sam. PnAoaa,
Ltt lateMi ••«at»l Na. 11,
Solacl Mutan, F.lt B.V
Holds its stated assemblies aa tka oak
Monday of each month at Maeoale Rail
at 7JOp. m Sejoupalaa OoaaaaalM la'
good standing are fraternally Invited to
T% O. ,nM5 r
«g£g£r*Caur De Lion Ceataua4»r> N,.
Holds its stated ooaelavee at tke a»
bun In Musculo Hall, on the IS»M
rnitrujDAY of ea-b mooib, al Tii vateS
p. m. Sojourning Knlghu Teeaalar lv
good standing are nnrdlAlly luviteSto at
tend. By order of the *»
J. C. LITTLgpiaLD, Recorder. °"'
i. o. o. r. ~
Aa»eUa» Loa*. aa. in,
fljl H °- °- •'•—Regular IllMaeil
•*9BFv. r . u _ u « LS«t» are held^SaS
att^e, M o«Lr'SS«y S
visiting and sojourning brothers ■-
standing are lv vlted lo attend.
r-.Ko. W. Woon.^^-
L — Aa«eloa IXMra >e.1a,1,a. eJUT.
week at 7V o'clock. So-
looming brekhran la BOO*
standing aro oordlally Invited.
A. KaA,.,I t .B. yW BAIIP - »«
Sranoa Breve teoaaiaial, Urn. SI.LS.
RWsDIiAR BIITUIM hoi.
SB. at. 0 *»• Beeond aad r*ari£
of oaok saeala. at
•rob. In gooo*
tea w &tt*>nd.
_ C. C. LIPS, O. P.
B. Makxsen. Sorlbe.
Knights ef rythku.
7 o'clock, at the Castle - Hair,
Downey Block. All sojourning KalaMa
In good standing are oordlallylaTltea.
J- *•■ DUNSMOOR.O. O.
c. E. Mn.aa.K. of R. is.
Confidence Engine Company Ne. 2.
a REGULAR MEaTINSR al
/kte thla Company will take alaee
jmm\\\\\ ou lb * or *' Wednesday eve
4L\ MB, nine of each month, at I
efl Bl o'clock. By aider,
W. B. MOORE, Secretary.
O. F. HEINZEMAN * 00.,
Baeeeeeore to jr. B. BAUXDBRS a oa
rs Main Htreel.
The CHOIORBT TOILkT ARTICLES,
PUREST taUOS and PATKNfr-IWUI. -
elaes of all kinds, aar
fully eeasaoaaoUd day aad ahght. aaMH
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
11 us been romoved from SIONORKT'B
Cardona Bleck, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aerPrescriptlona pre) :md with gieal
SIR ASTLEV COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE 1
Tb. great English reined v for Nervous
Debility, Spermatorrhea and frematare
Declin. of Physical Fore.
Tha Vital Raatoratlva
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
parmanently, any est. of EX HA V BTBD
VITALITY or Nervous Sobillty, .Ith.r
acute or of long standing, and In either
sex, no matter from wnet oauae pro
Tha Vital Raatoratlva
Is a thoroughly sclentlflo prescription, le
not a quack nostrum, henca peneetly
safe to lake; Is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the cerebro-splnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force,
Purifias and Enrlchaa
The blood. rejuvenating and relnvlgorat-
Ing both mind and body. Tboueaade,
both lv this country and In Europe, oan
testify to Ihe greal restorative properties
of this really groat medicine.
Price, 13 per bottle, or four tlmee tbe
quantity lor |10. Sent to any address ee
cur. Irom observation.
Addrws all loiters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Re.ld.nl surgeon te the
Orthopcedtc Hospital of Philadel
No. 721 Montgomery St., San Franelseo,
P. B.—DR. MINTIE oan be consult.!
In r.f.r.nc. to lb. above complaint, dar
ing ofllc. hours from t a. a. tot p. a.
daily, and from 0 to I in th. eveatae;.
Sundays, 10 a. m. to Ip. a. CeasnltaUe n
FREE. Thorough examlnallou aud ad
vie., 15. Full directions and advlM Ireol
wltb ev.ry packet• of medloln*. lyiltr
Montana Meat Market.
FBCELINaEBofc FRANK, gBJBjf
Tb. boat aad lend.reat UwUM
lath.market. Nan. buttk. eaBBaK.
Prlmaat Beaf and Muttaa
.ver lobe (Mad. KotelkeeMieae Maa
taaa Meat Market. Main Btreet, aeat
First. Lee Aaaale.