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vU-- I i-ements Inserted at reasonable
AH •iimlN ol Joh-Worh tt«a« to
Compete Willi San rraaelate la
Prlee, Stylo, iiikl Elegance ol Wark.
If. K. S. O'MIII.VIEST. O. O. TIiAXTOII.
O'Jlolvcny & Trantum,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
ATLAW. Room, 7 and 8. Stroll ti
Block, Spring slreet, lais Angeles. Will
give exclusive attaoliou to all busiuess
entrusted to thorn. jitHcf
VMS. HOWARD. K. H. HOWARD,
HOlrard, Brosseau Si Howard,
4 TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
J\. AT LAW. Rooms, 88,67 and 8S Teni
.,lo Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
HENRY f. HAZARD,
t COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, Q. A.
) KlOßinaon, Manager.
OPFIUK —It oms 8 and I) Downey
s. 0, UTtfBBKLh. KOIINEY UUI>SON,
HUH3ELL & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Rooms :i and 4
Ducuminuii s Block, corner Main A
< '<unmereiitl streets, Los Augeles. may7-tf
A.ai.A9»KLL, (3. H. SMITH
A. U. CHAi'MAH, 11. M. SMITH
ULASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
> '\?'Y\\ 'K-TEMPLK BLOCK up-stulrs, 1-is
Augeles. California. 002-tf— 2
L\ . C. BAKER,
AT I O ItNUY - AT - L. AW.
IIOOM 80, TEMPS BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL. jylStf
araVriUV I. WHITE. J. D* BICKNELI..
ISicknell & White,
ATTORNKYS A.T LAW,
OKFL 'fa, -HoOtS Ioi Temple Block.
:iul 1 tf
[-:. J. c. Kcwen,
ATrDIINEY AM" LAW.
UH'ICK- Nos. 10 end 11, BTRELITZ
BUILDING, spiinu *.lreel.
PtUtRIE KEWEN will occupy Iho
suiue rooms, conducting v Real Estate
Agency, together with tho business of
leaning inouey and thecollection ulbtll*.
Dr. L. B. Joseph,
l?l»yBttOtU.ll ttlltl r»itll*K eo "
Jajtf ii SPUING ST., Los Angels*.
N. v. STSSBSerTi tl. D. 1.. M'UUIRE, X, D.
Drs. Gibersou & Hctiuiro,
to Dr. T. .S. Stanway,)
Ottl.ie, Main sheet, over Dottor & tttad'
nos.deuce, MM Mum streel, nt the foot
ul Third oBHm
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
t'b>'«lolaJß ostl t*«rgeon
Rest donee, Port Hill, i Offlco, No. IS) Dow
ttueua V'iblu street. I iieyHluok.upsluli'*.
J. II AN NUN, M. D.,
oiiU IN X V PHYSICIAN.
i)OUMSHuud IS.CAHDONA BLOCK.
V Residence liowney Avenue. Boat
1 -cia A n y>i i •■, iiimi' the cud ot street rail*
uti\ ■ hours from 10 to \2 a, m .; from 1 to
1 V. M. UpM tf
K. I>. WISE, M. 9,
OS-KICK IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS
Atiiiules, Cu.L, nesrly opposite Court
ItUtIHU. UtO'DldKAHtiH OK t hMALKS A
J. Dechtinger, M. D.,
J Jil YSICIAN TO TME ITALIAN IN
JL 'lepmtdent aud French M. li. Socle
ties. Ouuliutuf the French Hospital In
Sun Krauoisce. Alt chrontc ebstinale
case* au.l on thi* eyes attaint
OFFICE — No, 70-1 H.tcrament© street,
corner oi Kearny. Hosidsuce—Sli.. cor*
tier Ma.suii uud jfuclau streets, Man Frau
ulscu. ocS ly
litis removed te the navr and spsoious
moms, Nos. ti and 12 Cardona Block,
Mum street, (foruierly eccupled by Dr.
Faluier) wlters hu will be happy lo sue
his friends aud former patrous. t.s.t
V\T E RECOMMEND TO FAMILIES
For a trial, and we let ths consumers bo
ibe fudges of Us merits.
iHTAIsj, Importers and manufacturers
of apices, Chocolates, Teas, Cream Tar*>
tar, AeUa, Saleratus aud Infallible Yuast
405 & 407 SANSOME STREET,
d 99 3m BAN FRANCISCO.
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Sueeessor te Chris. House) Proprietor.
Tbe CLEAREST. PUREST and HOST
RitT.T.t a st t a nam wvwn a....... ~'
orders tat DHKiiGHT i. pi l.r.u
Be. . ■ . - U:I ~
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
s*a*seaitferii Co Mil ago
San Francisco, Jan. 30.—Tlie
following are the passengers for
Los Augeles l>y steamer Orizaba,
whir]i sailed at 10 A. If, to-day:
Wm Gardner sd<l \vf V II Page,
Santiago Arguuliu A Harris,
G \V Herman, P Donuliue,
A J KetL'liani and fff, F W MeUraw and wf,
F li HoLbs, C Carpenter.
I'ltaNeutrera Miilatr Hoiillt.
Mojavk, Jan. 30.—H Crittenden,
Miss M Crittenden, Miss A Critten
den, Mrs Armslrong, FSabicbi.T
Lvnill, Capt E P Veisartl, X F
Delvalle, J F ToplilT, H Blankford,
C B Flesuman, J Oregory, J T iu
(•II, O Fisher, J Bellow.
Mall rn,ml,n.'« llinrlly.
San Francisco, Jau. 30.—The
lunch houses of tlie Central Metho
dist aud Green street Congregation
el Churches continue to he patron
ized hy hundreds of destitute peo
ple, for nil of whom ample
provision is made. The free
restaurant of the Sun Franelseo
Benevolent Society, corner Jackson
street aud Montgomery Avenue will
go into operation today. The mer
cantile classes are responding free
ly to reques-t9 for assistance wild
money aud provisions. Measures
are also being taken in connection
with furnishing meals to extern)
pecuniary aid to cases where inves
tigation shows it can be properly
applied, such as the payment of
rent for impoverished families, etc.
Npailliir-Klecl Ifitues oil lite ('real
l',» l»u tor I Cv .
Saciiamunto, Jan. 30.— J. W.
Bones, Senator-elect from Alameda
county, on his arrival in the cily
last evening w as the recipient of a
handsome ovation at the hands of
the workingmen, who turned out
in procession with music, transpa
rencies, etc., to escort him to his
hotel. Great enthusiasm prevailed.
Tlie- Outlook lv fit,iii llernunlliio
San Bernardino, Jan. 30.—The
weather is lowering with prospect
of a heavy rainfall. Have so far
had sufHcient rain to imure j; I
crops.with occasional showers here
after. The farmers are jubilant and
a larger acreage is being put into
grain than ever before. Virgin soil
is being broken up and seeded to
grain in all parts of the valley.
Some grain is already advanced
antl feed is heeouiing plentiful over
valleys und hills, and stock is
Improving accordingly. Business
generally is much Improved upou
last year, and some of our merch
ants stale that it bus been belter dur
ing the past two months thun they
ever saw it heretofore. Mining op
erations at ivanpah and Beating
Springs are attracting a great deal
of attention and causing an im
provement in business. New dis
coveries are being made and old
mines actively developed. Numbers
of dwelling-! and business houses are
being erected iv lowu ami viciuity,
aud everybody feels cheorful and
hopeful. The prospects aro decid
edly good for a brisk Summer, with
large crops assured and a good
market iv the minus for their dis
posal. We may safely predict that
the season nf 1878 will be the best
Sau Bernardino has ever seen.
Authorised ;o I.sue Railroad Bonds.
CHBYENNB, Wyo., Jan. 30.—An
election was held yesterday ratify
ing tbe Act of the Legislature au
thorizing Laramie county to issue
$160,000 worth of bonds to the Col
orado Central Huilread, connecting
with tho Union Pacific at Chey
enne. A very full vote was polled
and resulted in favor of the bonds
by 1,000 majority. Tbe railroad
company is to expend $25,000 in the
erection of shops here. This aot
further provides for the issuing of
$250,000 additional bonds when tbe
Union Pacitic builds a road from
this point to the Black Hills.
Tile TrxaH-l'nclllo Battle.
Washington, Jan. 30Lh.— Au
early and favorable report upon tbo
Texas-Pacific Company's bill may
be expected. Tble conclusion ia
taUen from tbe votes of member! of
the Cotninittee yesterday, when
eight of t hem voted agaiust Ba
llot's anti-subsidy resolution, uud
ouly three—Hewitt, Luttrell aud
Morrison—voted for its adoption.
The remaining members of tbe
Committee did not vote, but aro
known to be equally divided upou
tbo question of granting aid to tbe
Texas-Paoifie project. Tbo Vice-
President of tha Texas-Pari li.: rail
road made a long argument 10-day
before the Houso Committee ou
Pacific Kuilromlo. He said that
the Texas-Pacitic bill secures cltoap
cost of coustinotion, Ihe control by
Congress of transportation rates
and a road that shall never become
a monopoly: but be open for all
time lo all without discrimination
in charges airainst auy.
t'ol. Crawford II |~re the House
Washington, Jau. 30.—Joseph
y. Crawford, who addressed tlie
House Railroad Committee to-day
as a representative of Southern
California Interests, made an argu
ment to show that tlie trade aud
commerce of that section, aud es
pecially Los Angeles, are oppressed
by the Southern Pacific Kailroad
Company. He cited numerous
cases of discrimination ai
proofs of tlio necessity for
competing lines whioh would
benefit uot ouly Southern
California but the northern part of
the Slate also. He claimed that
combinations, controlling water
aud railroad routes in California,
are iv perfect accord,and supported
his stateiueut hy quoting from the
speeches of Voluey E. Howard,
whom be characterized as one of
tie leading jurists of Southern
California. Crawford, iv response
t) aqusstion from CP. Huntingtor,
whether he had been connected
with the Santa Monica Road, re
plied that he had the honor, under
lnon.tn" r lias's direction, lo build
•>r a distance of twelve
' Santa Monica to Los
>.tl that this little road
. edect of cutting down
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1878.
the rales of tbe Southern Pacific
Company from live dollars per ton
to llfiy cents for freight, and from
two and a half dsllars to fifty cents
for passengers. Ho said that this
showed what competitiou, even in
a small way, could do. But this
little line had since beeu gobbled
up by the Southern Pacilic. Craw
ford's speech was well received.
Mr. Huntington will probably
make his closing argument next
The Silver Money tluesll
Washington, Jan.3o.—The lead
ing silver ineu of the House ure
jubilaut, and some assert positive
ly that Senator Matthews has as
surance that the President will uot,
iv the face of expressed opinions of
both branches of Cougress, veto the
silver bill, but allow it te become a
law without his .signature Bumors
of a compromise between the silver
and auti-silver men in Congress
are flying about. Every effort is
being made to compromise
on the basis of a trade dollar of 420
grains. Some uf the leading silver
men have informally agreed to this.
Those of tbo silver men who accept
this, say it will avoid the coinage
of I wo separate dollars and furnish
a silver dollar of par value with
the old Mexican dollar aud whicli
will continue lo be used for export
The f'tillliiHM MvOiirriilKlll Case.
Washinoton, Jau. 30.—The fa
mous MeGarrahan claim came up
again yesterday although the Su
preme Court decision recently ren
dered was supposed to have settled
it forever, Representative Luttrell
introduced a bill to readjust the
claim by a Congressional declara
tion on the subject.
Tea* silver tluenllnu in irsucr.
Paris, Jan. 30.—The Senate on
Monday unanimously approved the
bill renewing the temporary sus
pension of the obligation ofthe
French Mint to coin any silver
taken thither, During the discus
sion Leon Say, Minister of Finance,
suid the measure was made neces
sary by the American situation, the
international commerce with India
aud the condition of the German
money market, aud that the Latin
monetary standard would have to
be discussed and settled hereafter,
iv this view M. De Parien, an em
inent statesman, Senator from
Cantal, agreed, while urging the
speedy adoption of a gold standard.
Objeels lo Che Ouell|iatloii ul tus.
Constantinople, Jan. 30.—De
lay in signing the conditions of
peace is attributed to the Porte's
opposition to the temporary occu
pation of Constantinople.
Ifauata ICoaiiluala mid ICeasiirtaalH.
Bucharest, Jan. 30.—General
Ignatieff has arrived witli au auto
graph letter from the Czar to
Priuce Churlesof Roumania. Tt is
feared that the Czar refuses lo
abandon his claim to Houmania
London, Jan. 30. —A Vienna dis
patch says (hat Austria's refusal to
annex Bosnia and Herzegovina is
confirmed on ministerial authority.
Count Andrassy will sanction no
measure calculated, directly or in
directly, to bring about tlie ruin of
tbo Ottoman Empire. This reso
lute attitude of Austria lias, in a
cerlaiu manner, been made known
to Russia by Count Andrassy, as
well as by Lord Derby, in the form
of an identical note. A special
from Pera says that Odessa is named
as the place for signing the peace
Tlie UujrltNli Agitation.
London, Jan. 30.—Conservatives
in the House of Commons aro ex
pected to give a solid vole iv sup
port of creditou Thursday.!. The Lib
erals are divided. The ilium-Kill
ers have uot determined ou their
course. Tho majority for credit is
already estimated at over one hun
dred. Meetings are being held
throughout the country to influ
enoe Parliament against credit, but
mostly by Liberal or peace organ
izations. The amendment to tho
original resolution against credit
was carried by an immense major
ity declaring that tlie cause of
peace and the interests of the Em
pire will be best promoted by sup
porting the foreign policy of the
flespernlo Mlralls in «.,«,* ia:i 11 n ti
London, Jan. 30.—The Central
Committee of tbe Red Crescent
Society telegraphs from Constanti
nople au appeal to kindred Com
mittees of tlie Red Cross, aud all
benevolent institution*, and all
kind hearted men of all countries,
it says that a considerable
number of wounded soldiers are
flocking iuto Coustautinopie from
all parts of the country. Nearly
fifteen thousand refugees—victims
of tlie war—are flying from the
sceno of military operations, de
prived of all means of existence,
and almost naked. Those things
constitute a situation which, con
sidering ths limited resources
of the lied Crescent Sooiety,
might end in a general ca
lamity. I state further that
sraall-pox aud typhus have com
menced among the refugees and
efforts are making to send them to
Asia. It is apprehended tbat the
increased population of Constanti
nople will occasion a scarcity of
provisions, unless there Is some
special effort made from without to
repleniah tbe stores. Eight thou
sand refugees arrived on Monday.
It is impossible for all to 'iud shel
ter and water. The wholesale exo
dus from Roututlla is unabated.
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
ruu. at. Taut, Minnesota,} is now to be
126 Main St ret-1,
Next tha Marbla Yard, tend ateag jour
Furniture, Hteves, Bedding, Herse*, Bus
gles. Wagons aad other oiereaandtse v»tt
may have te dispose af. Auctiaa every
Saturday moinlug at 11 ©'sleek precise
ly. Heal Kstute sales alse attended te.
OF TUB CONDITION OFTIIK
Farmers' & Merchants* Bank
OF LOS ANGELES*
At the of business, Saturday, Jan
uary lith, JB7S.
Cash on haud at Los
Angeles £111,894 43
Oath in bunkwltli cor
respondents In Sua
Francisco 37,11$ 1)4
Cash lv bank with
New York 1,819 69
Total cash $15J t 82:i 13
Bills receivable and
overdrafts I 101 44
Bonds and warrants
(Los Angelea city
und county- 333 30
Bank building, iv,
vaults, fixtures, eic. 26,614 80
Real eitate taken lv
foreclosure of mort
gages M.SBB s!i
Note -The amount of interest due and
accrued, but uncollected, Is $1*1,737 14,
which Is net Included tn tho loregoing
The assets are situated in L m Angeles
city, the evldeuceof tho sanin being tn
the vaults of said ban a.
Capital stock, i>aid
up « $475,000 00
Reserve fund 5U.000 tw
Total capital 5525,000 00
Duo depositors 401,13. 12
Due correspondents... 5,426 38
for 300 00
Profit uud loss ucc't,
undivided profits.... 22,711 82
Kxamlnod uud found correct.
L. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN H. GRIFFIN,
KUUKNB Mh; V Kit.
Isaiai W. Heltmau, President, being
duly sworn, deposes and says that thu
foregoing statement of tba condition ef
the assets und liabilities of said bank. Is
true, to the best of hia knowledge and
belief. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN,
Sworn and subscribed before
CHAS. K. MILE 3,
Jl7-lui Couuty Recorder.
STAT E Ml E N T
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES.
Of tho Amountof Capital Actually Paid
up In Gold Coin.
Capital Stock, paid up in Gold 3175,000
STATE OV CALIFORNIA, I
Couuty oi' Los A'lgolu.s.J n '
Isaias W. Hellman, President, beinv
duly sworn, deposes and says ttiut the
foregoing statement of tlie amount of cap
ital actually paid in Is true, to the best nf
hla knowledge and belief.
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. President.
Sworu and subscribed before
CHAS. E. MILES,
Jl7-lm Couuty Recorjcr.
The undersigned, a German lady teach
er, who has a thorough knowledge ot all
educational branches, tbe teaching of
music and fancy works and has received
her diploma In Germany as a school
teacher and teacher of Kiudergarten and
fancy works, Is now preparing to slve
lossous to children and ladles lv the Uer
man Language, Fancy Work and Music,
at the CORN KR OF MAIN AND SEC
Teaching the German language, for
i h Idreu tn olus.ses,two lessons per week,
per month, $2; young ladles, In classes,
$.i per month. Teaching single persons,
two hours weekly, lor children, $4 per
month; for ladles, $5. Lessons in fancy
works: Forchildreu, $2permomh; for
ladles, $f per mouth, weekly, four hours.
Piano lessous, weekly, two hours, $8 per
Office hour*, every forpuoon from 10 to
11 o'clock. jal7-lui IDA SCHMIDT.
NeMe, DeCamp & Ce.,
No. 3 SPRING STREET.
AU kinds or Funeral Work carefully
attended to by the oldeat and moat expe
rienced professionals In the business.
Full Charge Taken of Remains,
aad interments made In Catholic, City
and Evergreen Cemeteries. M«ps wf each
aw Bodies embalmed, prepared and
shipped to all parte of the country.
The enlv tlrm exclusively tn (he Undtr
taxlng buflnest. We owu our own ve
hicles and live stock. The oulycom>
plete stock of
Wooden & Metallc Burial
Cases and Caskets.
Robes, Hardware and Mourning Draper?
and exclmlve agents for the STEIN' 4
PATEN V CASKETS, the only Irst-olass
burial eutket over introduced in the
Eiubruce tho llandsomeat Adult Full-
Trimmed Vehicle Made.
The Only White Uearsc Here,
aud the only appropriate vehicle for
young people and children, carriages
tlae aad rates luir. Patrene ahown (he
varloua ceaseterlea free. Those requiring
such services will do well to call ou us.
For Sale Cheap,
A Cottage and Lot on Hill
St., Noar First,
Commanding a view of thooceuuaud
valley. The undsrslgaed will dispose of
Ihe above property, with a view lo im
prove and build on tbe adjoining lota.
Apply to M.KELLEIIBR,
Office—No. 1 Temple street. d' 27 tf
Burneil Si Clements, 1
Landscape) Cardanors and
J«tf Mo. |»} HPRIMU ST.
OCC tn QT7 A WEEK to agents. (It
t>DB 10 •If oulOt FRtSK P. tt
VIOKKRY, Augusta Maine. aepUwry
W. H. NORTHCRAFT,
(Successor to George Emerson, formerly
the Houso of Jones ifc Emerson)
AUCTION A COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Spring and Market Sts.
Regular sale day, SATURDAY at II a
m. Heal Estate, Merchandise, Furniture,
Livestock. Wagons, etc., sold under tho
hammer, and the hhlos conducted nn the
be«t business principles. iwroONHIQN
MENTS SOLICITED. n2otf
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Bl W. ITOYBS
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET -ST.,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends aad the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate Bales. Regular aale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
Aa J have no partners and do my own
work, I intend to mak« my charges less
than those oranybody else In the busi
ness, charging on real estato two per
cent, far the first 11000 undone percent,
ou all sums übove that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE, WORSEN,
WAGONS und ull kinds of property, and
N. U.— Saturday's sales coram on co ut 10
A. If. and close at 4 p.
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California,
J. G. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS. BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
J. M. GRIFFITH &Tco7~
Alameda and First Streets
PLAHTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'S
— AND —
No. l« Commercial slreet, near
itnilrosMl Depot. nirJU-tf—
the Steams Ranchos,
ALFURD Rf>BIX9t»N, Trnntee,
> v 11 oh* * Ht. % Nnu S i tmclsi o, Cal,
Ca>i r i/W \i\ ACRES OF LAND FOR
OV/ S vHJLf sale, lv lots to suit, suit
able tor the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc.. aud also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, duti
able for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average
depth of six feet f rom the surface. On al
uaoat every acre of this lund FLOWING
AWTEHI AN WELLS can be obtained,and
the more elevuted portions can be lrri
tnted by the water ol the Santa Ana river,
lost of those lauds are naturally moist
requiring only good cultivation to product
TKRMB—One-fourth Cosh; hnlauce In
one, two and three years, with 10 per cent
I will take pleasure iv showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
Invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent,
Anaheim, Los Angeles couuty, Dhc. 24,
IN LOTS* TO s*TJIT.
6000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The host orange and semi-tropical fruit
land in tlie suae; located in tha heart of
the Han Gabriel valley, and In tbe midst
o< tke oldest and largest vineyards aud
orange groves of Los Angeles couuty.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land from this Association receives
not only his land but also a proportion
ate share of an Inexhaustible water sup
ply, the most complete irrigation system
in the state, which has cost the Associa
tion already over $40,Q00for ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water in trout of
every lot. Churches aud school houses
on the tracts. The s. P. R. R. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards on these lands
and lv the vicinity test tbeir
capability for this culture. Tha title is
perfect. Grunt bargain aud sale deeds
given. Prlcos reduced to suit tlie times.
A map of the Tract may he seen at the
office of P. Beuudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposite Pico House.
All comraunicatious addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attantlen.
F. W. WOOD.See'y.
nUtf i .os Angelea, Cal.
The proprietors of the above Cemetery
offer lols for the next
at HALF PRICK aud on EASY MONTH
SPECIAL AKRANOEMENjB will be
made wltb thus, wishing to transfer
friends from other oemeteries to lever
green Cemetery, at NOMINAL PRICBS,
11 appllcatioa Is made Immediately.
For further information apply to
ISAAC W. LO Rel, Secretary,
oStf ■ aad 111 Main St., l*>s Angeles, Cal
•Ft I Alllla. a *lii9f a'co.. Ho. t
JUOSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooma 13 and li. McDonald Blook,
Mala St., u>« A.NtiEI.KS, Cal.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL engineer and surveyor.
Room 41 Temple Block. sistr
Wm. H. J. BROCKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABBTACTa OF TlTLE,lnoludlng every
Iransactlen from tbe earliest dates to tbe
present time, made with accuracy aad
WALLEN'B BUIDINII. corner Spring
and Temple streeie.
Jam«s C. Kara,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE-Temple Block (part or old Bank
Commissioner of Deedß for the State of
Indiana. af lm
I have removed my olllce lo
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining tlie new Postoffice.
T. I>. MOTT,
B.S. aIOKHBLI.. n. B. PARQUHAR.
Adjelnlug the Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving er de
parting from Los Angeies. Street ears to
all parts ef tbe olty. Everything new
aud clean. Beard by the day or week: at
reasonable ratea. ii24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUE & CO..
The Mt. Charles la legated In the busi
noas centre oithe city, and Is the largest,
most elegaut aad completely organised
Hotel tv Southern California,
Free ooaeh to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
ft»"Weslern Union Telegraph in Betel
JVtctJtvvo Junction, Cal.
rpHIS HOUSE 1.9 NOW PEPARKD /fik
JL to receive ita numerous patronaJnl
and the traveling public lv general, hm
intf eutuvly new aud splendidly lur
nUhed, IL affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to none In Southern California.
THE BAK is supplied with tlie choluest
brands of wines, liquors nud cigars.
An elegau- BILL,!AUD KOOM Is also
afctaobed tee house.
All trains tp here for t■■ and
supper, it ■ >he pointuf murefur
the oelebrateu loyo county u6S, vi/.—
J>nrwiu, 1 .one fine, Cerro Goi and I an
amlnt. The office of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at thin hotel, The patrooage ot c
traveling public is respoctfully solicited.
MATTHEWS A BOY .),
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THK ONLY
IN THK CITY.
"V. DOL, Proprietor.
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel ou the mesa or table
lands ot tbe Sierra Mad re Mountains.
CI i unit .■ unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking tho Han Ga
briel orango groves; la four miles from
railroad and telegraphstatloa; bouse en
tirely now, lighted by gaa, and ooatains
all modern conveniences.
A School for children on the pjemliet.
For particulars addtass proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Angelea.
I offer my place, three-quartere ol a
mile from Downey en > . on the Wlluntug
toa. road, adjoining the College; at a bar
gain. It comprises
Fifteen ol wkdeh are la fruit, of choice
varieties. There are eight acres of Mus
cat grapes. Comfortable houee ou the
LOW TRICE A REASONABLE IKRlls.
Inasaedlale possession will he given, If
Aaattnd, with tha entire gcosrlrig crop eg
Irults.atc. Water right attsunad to land,
but no uecesslty lor aae. Apply to
ii itm o. R. ALLEN, oa the premises.
Fasliionble Merchant Tailor,
"VTo. 12 TEM PLE Block, Spring street,
I> Los Angelea. He has the LAKOEST,
FINEST AND HEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
C.ll'oruia. His old customers and the
public will find It the place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, tor whom he
has made olothlng.
aTNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-bf
Wbeu you wish to have olothes made
to order aad a good at, call on
J. BERNSTEIN, NEW YORK TAILOR,
No. 1« MAIN ST.,
Between First and Market, Loa Angeles,
aod you will be aure to get a good fit. at
prices to suit. sU 111
Of Loa Angeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. UELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAIAS \V. HkLIiHAlt, EtfOltXE M KVKit,
li. W. CiULDS, L. C. Goodwin,
Chaulks Dttoohmuh, Jose Mascakkl,
John s. Gbiptih, C. E. Thorn,
Exchauge for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Bay stud Sell
LEOAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will -also pay the highest price ror Gold
aud Silver tin 11 ion.
From and after this date,on all moneys
tail ac Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of Log Augeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,U00
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPK.NCE Casble,'
If, S. Patrr-k, S. H. Mo-rr.
A. A. Wilcox, H. MARtrnY,
M. WauiiwuKTu. 1. Lankkmsuim,
O. S. WITHKRBY, .INO. U. CAPKON,
J. E. HOLLRNBE'tiK,
This Bank is prepared to reoelve de
posits ou open account, ler.-ue Certificates
of Deposit, aud transact v general Bank
Collections milrteand proceeds remitted
Ml cm rem rates, im exchange.
LDS ANBELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Anfett?! Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,090
J. H. yuAUSOX President
K. KAKNfi Viee-Prealdent
J. M. KULIOTT Cashier
J, «. 9I AUSON, T, Bk.VUDKT,
V. A. HouVkK, low ..ur s. Bakkk,
J. BIXBV, »f«io. \V. Pkksoott
A. W. UuWMAN.
Heoetve suv,i: deposits,
buy and sell exuUMiigc on Ban Kranoleco,
New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and
Buy exchange on all pails or the United
States and Kiirope.
Receive niout-y on adad account and Oer
llfloate of Deposit, aud do a general
hanking und extihauge business.
Contalnlni<: five rooms, lv the heart ofthe
city. Sfleiiiild view and good location.
A six toeni dwelling house, In good lo*
cation; cluxe to buslneee portion of the
olty; has just eeen newly painted and
puperud. Apply te
No. SI New H.gh St..epp. Pico Hwase.
View of Marriage ?
|ffnfßT l srVl- Sul4 * w WedfeCk .ft
l*A aftl l-aefuAO-eWMtI I n-MUa <W the
oaAl & II tt,* M
f*l-*V aP*HMaVel l, ' ( TMmoiil+t oa? Wceaaeti.
On afl d\m9srYw' 9f r.'»%» M' .n i Sell
AS****, a» or Beer at JMaVeeses, win. thu fcwiH
rMSDI At* Mars, aH laatmlM. priuu JP eta.
„ A OLIMICAL I,«r/Ttfa.E an thm ahow di-eeev>« s w |
%ac« »>«* «>• TbroeU aj*! Laaaa-*., rAaLs-nrh.leaipii.rs, H -
DptviH. Habtt.**.. prt#- IS>m
Wassr book ie»t aoaHseJd nn reeolpt ot price? -or all ttirea
*_..a-l n |np.| lt^i^.T AL>..li l . W Ti m*m.
Aelelwaa M. IWW,TSs, Uii. Ah it, St. Lou... Ke>
f%ViVf ( rVStf m*A afcse*re*e tMHI slniret U awl
NO. 56 j
SOCIETY NOTICJEfI. j
Masonic Notieo. '
a I.M Angelc. Lodge ■•.«•> r.
_/V_ *A. M.—Th. slated llllfcjf J
"Af \T U | itill Lodge sr. held oa J
first MONDAY oieaon ma*4*ai .
\. »:30 P. m. MMtarn of *enl*T I
pha, No. 202, aod ill Master Maeene IST 1
Bood standing are cor anally Invited. 4
By order of she W:-M;-
Chas. Bmith. Secretary. J
« rK.VTAI.PHA MaMIK, Ko
mx/SmT m < F - A - *M- The stated meet !
mK * of this ixrage are held on
'>T \ tho TBIRD MONDAY of each
mouth, at 7 P.M.
By order ofthe W;. M;.
H. HiLLam, see'-.
Lai Angelas Chapter Nt. 33, II:- *:.
Stated eanvoeAUeus oa *~
1 MONDAY of each month
\ it -C\l IS.'- *• - 1 >»«««n«. Kail.'
IM Val Sojourning eomaanlaaa la J
X\l3 oorsnally lo-
WVt| rlted. By order of
1 I Ham. Praoeh,
L»» tnffelet CeSMll Pt«. 11, Royal and
Select Muterg, F. It 4V. TT
Holds Ita stated assemblies on the 4th
Monday of each month at Masoale Hall
at 7do p. x Sojourning Oonanenl:*ne In a
good atanding- are fraternally Invited to
attend. By order ofthe Th. Xlf.
tt. a. CUNNINGHAM, RooVirder.
D * 9 L|a * Me.
liolda Ua stated coaelavee at tbe Aar
turn In Masonic hi ail, on the Thbrd
THURSDAY of each month, at il. iSr™
p. m. Sojourning Knights TemJiSa"
good atanding are cordially luvlr~r "Jh'
teud. By order of the
l.i itlkfielh, Recorder. ' * m
" I. O. O. F. : 4
at Odd Fel.ow.' Hall. 'SSJff.
Visiting aud sojourning brother. In rood
atanding are invited to attend.
M. LEHMAN. N A
t rkb. W, Wooo, Ree. nee: ' '
Los Angeles Ladge Ha. Sg, I. O. 9.W.
woek at 7V, o'elaadk. So-
louralag brethren in rood !
standing arc cordially Invited.
. __ „ „ J- W. BARD, M. a. '
A. Frank, R. 8.
SrengeSrove Eneasiement, Nt. 31,1.1.
HrcWULAR UKBTIN9S held
M ■&</» th. Second aad Faarth
wßjJjE*Tl'E ( <liAY»i of each Moathat
*• «• Sojourning Patrt
areha In good .landing are cordially ln-1.
ted to attend.
_ C. C. LIPS, C. T. I
B. Mabxsks. Scribe.
• Knights ef Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No- 2t>.
meets every fhuraduy' evonlnglat
7 o'olock, at tbe Castle - Hall,
ney Block. All sojourning Knights
iv good standing are aordially Invited.
I. A. DUNSMOOK, C. C. I
E. Mlt.ls.K. of R. a
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
_ - REGULAR MEBTIN«B of
/Sat] this Company will take place
/4A. uu the nrst V.gueaday eve
iflVMH ulag of each month, at a
aSSSasfca? " e1,.,, k P-v order,
~»Aen»e»a»nw- yr. B. MOORE, avsereteey.
C. F. HEINZKMAN A 00.,
Succeasort to J. B. SAUNDERS. * OO
DRUGGISTS ANB CHEMISTS,
Y*£ Main Street.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES,
PUREST LHTJGS aud PATENT MF. Dl. A
clues of all kinds, ear Prescript loua care
fully cnmpouniled day and night. nos-tH
FRENCH DRUG STORK!
ilea been removed from SIGNORET'S
Cardoua Block. 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Stare.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aarpretcilptlons prepi r. d with great
SIR ASTLKY COOPER'S
VI TA L restorative: !
Tht great English remedy for Nerveua
lability, Spermatorrhea and t-reujs.tt.re)
Lhieline uf Fbyelcavl Koice.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
permanently, any case of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long standing, and In either
sex, uo matter from what cause pr«H " '
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, la
not a quack nostrum, hence perfectly
sure to take; Is pleasant to the taste,
auppllea to the cerebro-aplnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The blood, rejuvenating and relnvlgorat
lug both mind and body. Thousands,
both In this country and in Europe, oan
testify to tlie great restorative properties
of thla really great medtolue.
Price, S3 per bottle, or four times the'
quantity lor UO. 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 ta tba
Urthopcedlc Hospital of Philadel
No. 72t Montgomery St., Sau Francisco,
P. B.—DR. MINTIB can be oonsulte-t
In reference to the abovecomplainla dar
ing office hours from 8 a. h. tot p. m.
dally, and from o to % In the evening.
Sunday., ig a. h. to IP. at. C'euaultatlou
FKKK. Thorough examination aud ad
vice, iii. Full dlreotlnna and advleetraai
with every package nt medicine. lyltW
Montana Meat Market.
FK'EI.JNUBR & FRANK, gHSj* i
The best and tendereat MeatsAjp 3
lln tne market. None but the esaaSSa. \
Prlmnst Baef and Muttee '1
; ever to ku foand. Note Ihe address—Man- 1
tana Meat Market.. Mslu Street, near
i Flrat. Los Angelea