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E. J. C. Kewen,
ATi'ORNE V A.T LAW.
okkice — Nos. 10 and li, SIRELITZ
BUILDING, Sluing street.
IV.IUUK KUWEN' will occupy the
same rooms, conducting a Real Kslulo
Agency, together Willi the business of
loaning money and t he col lection ol bills.
N. 3. OIIiKKSON, M. D. 1.. M'GUIRi:, M. D.
Drs. Giberson & MeUiure,
(Successors to Dr. T. s. Slauway,)
OlRe*. Main Suoel, over Dof.er & Hrud
ley's Furniture Store,
uesidence, a(0l Main stroet, at the loot
ot Third ogs-lm
Or. ft. P. RICHARDSON,
5 wi<;iuu ;: n«5 ►r i «tr£jeoxi
i .idtinCO, tort BUI, I Olllce, No. lODow
dtieua Vista street. I neyliloca,up stairs.
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t OL'NTY PHYtSICUN.
a IOOMS lluud 15, CAKDONA BLOCK.
g\ Kcmdeuce Downey Avenue, East
Angeles, near the end of street rail
w v \.
Utile* hours from 10 to 12 a. m.; from 1 to
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OFFICE IN CAHPOMA CLOCK, LO.s
Angeles, o*l. ( ne irly opposite 1 Court
House. iMJ"I>I3EASr--H OK rKMALES A
J. Uochtiiiger, 51. D.,
I JIIYSiCIAN TO TUB ITALIAN IN
±_ dependent and French M. It. Socle-
Lies. Oculistol tin? French Hospital In
San 1* raneiseo. All chronic obstinate
cases and op-jrut ions on the eyos attend
OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—SE. cor
nor Mason uud r.inlir - in,!,, s.th Fran
clsco. ocS ly
lias removed to the new and spacious
rooms, Nos. t> ami IU Cardona Block,
Main Klreet, (formerly occupied by Dr.
Palmer) where he will he happy to see
his li tends and formwr patrons. ts:f
yyK HECOMMEND TO FAMILIES
For a trial, and wo let the consumers be
the judgos of its merits.
DuTAIho, Importers and manufacturers
of Spices, Chocolates, Teas, cream Tar
tar, Soda, Sateraius and lniAllible Yeast
405 & 407 SANSOME STREET,
089 Sin SAN FRANCISCO.
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Successor (o Chris. lleune) Proprietor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST aud MOST
UKILLI ANT LAOER BEE J* South of
Orders for DRAUGHT or LOTTLED
IfMbM promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery
• Itdee competition In the State. mn-i t
J. a. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and Finl Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
Los Angeles Daily Herald
l*itnM«>iitffri. ttotMV Nomli.
Mo.iavk, Feb. 7.—0 W Scott, H
0 Allen, G W Bradley, J Lanker
itelD, B H Stoetch, H S. Vidal, F
I.abat, X Manly, C P I.ovell anil
family, B Harrison, H Thomas, F
McOlunlie, S Roth.
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San Francisco, Feb. 7.—The
Pacini; Mail Bteamer, City ofTokio
sailed for Japan and China to day.
Her treasure Hat was unusually
small,consisting of Mexioan dollar's
auionming to 8137,990; trade dollars
$2«,094; K old coin, $900; Hue silver,
$12(5,1911. There is some raasou to
believe that the recent action of
the Treasury Department ordering
the stoppage of trade dollar coin
age is reponslble for the small ship
ment of that class of treasure.
Tiie I'.ual Dividend..
San Francisco, Feb. 7.— Con
solidated Virginia antl California
to-day declaretl their usual divi
dends of $2 per share.
IVI g£ i„ in 1,.,*,, el, ,>(,„.
Washington, Feb. 7th.— The
speech of Representative Springer
in behalf of Wigginton, and of
Waite iv advocacy of Paoheco's
right to the contested seat yester
day, consisted of dry legal argu
ments and minute examina
tions of testimony developing
no new points of general interest.
Comparatively few nionibers paid
close or continuous attention to the
arguments; in fact the House was
left without a quorum before the
conclusion, all of which lent con
siderable color of justification to
tile severe remarks made by Leon
ard, (Republican,) of Louisiana,
who intimated that members on
both sides of the House apparent
ly intend lo vote upon this ques
tion iv exact accordance with their
respective political proclivities.
He further remarked that he had
come to tlte conclusion that Pa
chico and Wigginton had each re
ceived 19,090 votes. He could have
given either gentleman the benefit
of more than ono doubtful vote
without doing violence to the law
or evidence, or to his own sense of
fair dealing, and that very fuelled
him to think the fairest way out of
the ditllculty would be to adopt
a resolution declaring that neither
was elected. Garfield, of Ohio,
created considerable surprise
by stating that, in his opin
ion, the question had narrowed
down to a very tine point and that
he could not tell how he would
vote linttl after he had studied the
question more minutely. It has
beretofore been expected that Gar
field would deliver the principal
speech iv favor of Paclteco and
his remarks yesterday afternoon
in connection with the speech of
Lamar, have undoubtedly atreogtb*
cued the previous probability that
the Demoerutia majority of thu
House will follow the lead of the
majority of tho Committee, The
only alternative which seems lo
have any considerable chance of
adoption, 111 case the House does
not diviilo very nearly on party
lines, is that the plan proposed by
Leonard looking to a new election
may be adopted.
Vaugeee el on nl •
Washington, Feb. 7.—The Sen
ate resumed tho consideration
of tiie Silver bill, Blame Inking the
The House, immediately after
the reading of the journal, resum
ed the consideration of the contest
ed election case of Wigginton vs.
The Senate Committee on Rail
roads to-day began the boating of
arguments in regard to various
pending propositions for legislation
on £ti.e subject ot the
Southern Transcontinental Rail
road. The Committee has
agreed to hear three per
sons on the side of the Texas Pacif
ic Company, and three representa
tives of the Southern Pacific Rail
Washington, February 7.—Tim
House, by a strict party vote, un
seated PaoheCO and declared Wig
ginton entitled to his seat.
Tli» i'upc*. Di'Mli Again Aallitleil.
London, Feb. 7.—The Pall Mall
Oazeile's Rome dispatch announc
es that the Pope's death js hourly
expected. Reports are current that
he is already dead.
Home, Feb. 7. —The condition of
the Pope changed seriously for the
worse during the night, and his
Holiness has already received the
sacraments. The Cardinal Vicar
lias been summoned to the Vatican
aud an order has been given to
prevent any person, not especially
authorised, from having access to
tiie Pope's apartments. Egress
from Ibe Vatican is also prohibited.
Foreign Cardinals have been sum
moned by telegraph to Rome.
Rome, Feb. 7.—The Pope died at
three o'clock this afternoon. A
conclave will be called together
Rumor* of (lie V/O)*— Hnp.irl llinf
• lie tttissl in. iiro In C «»,i.t,iii«luo
London, Feb. 7. —The Advertiser
says: We have reason lo believe
that the Government has recaived
information of the entry of the Rus
sian army into Constantinople. At
any rate if the Government is not
in possession of this news the Rus
sisu Embassy is.
The Post says: The Russians are
in Constantinople. This was the
report last uight current InLondon,
and we think it is based upon offi
cial authentic authority.
A message has come via Alexan
dria, which says that the Russian
furces are constantly advancing on
Gallipoli and Constantinople.
A special from Paris says that
the report is current there that the
Russians already hold a poit on
A special lo the Standard, from
Pesth, announces that the Turkish
men of war on the Danube have
been surrendered to Russia.
A special to the Vienne Prease
LOS ANGELES. FRIDAY MORNING, FERBUARY 8. 1878.
from Tirnova states that the Turk
ish men-of-war have already left
Hulina and Varna. The Turk, have
agreed to evacuate Varna aud
A Peatb special says evacuation
has already commenced.
Bucharest, Feb. 7.—The .Rou
manians did not stop hostilities
around Ruatchuek and Widdin
until Monday afternoon. They vig
orously bom bared Widclen on Sun
day and Monday, and the position
of the garrison was considered des
Athens, Feb. 7.—Foreign repre
sentatives having assured the Gov
ernment that the Hellenic provinc
es of Turkey would be protected
and the Greek question submitted
to the approaching conference, tlio
Government has ordered the ad
vance of the army across the fron
tier to be stopped. Warlike prepa
rations, however, continue.
London, Fob. 7th—lo A. M. —The
source of reports of the Russian oc
cupation ot Constantinople does
not appear in tho several para
graphs published, but, from the
mantier in which the statement
is made, It seems probable that it
came through official chauuels.
London, Feb. 7—1:80 p. M.-No
conllrraation has beon received at
tho Russian orTurkish embassies of
the reported Russian ocoupatiou of
Constantinople. Count Schouva
loff, Russian Ambassador, declares
that he does not believe it. The
Dally Chronicle states that the
British Government and Russian
embassy have both received in
formation that the Russians have
entered Constantinople. Count
Schouvaloff heard the rumor of the
occupation of Constantinople at a
bull at the German Embassy last
night. He immediately telegraph
ed to St. Petersburg inquiring
whether it was true. His dispatch
has not been answered yet. The
Count thinks the report has arisen
from some arrangement betwoeu
the Russians and Turks by which
the Russian troops might
approach nearer to Constantinople
than they were .at the slguaturo of
the armistice. Musurus Pasha,
Turkish Ambassador at London,
received a telegram from Constau
noplo this morning which says
nothing about Hie reported occupa
A Cabinet cimnoll.
London, Feb. 7.—A Cabinet
Council convened at 11 o'clock this
morning uud is -till In gesslon.
WIIHIC EllgllllHl Hill 0.l AlfMll).
lon-don, Feb. 7.—Tho Central
News says that in consequence of
grave intelligence from the British
Ambassadors at Constantinople it
belloves that Lord Hartington will
announce thu withdrawal of Fos
ter's amendment, :m<l a supplemen
tary vote will be unanimously
agroOO to. The Central Neivs also
says it is able to state that a tele
gram has been received from Lay
ard expressing the gravest uneasi
ness at his isolation by cutting off
all tolegrapl) wires, and by informa
tion reaching him that, by agree
ment with the Porte, the Rus
sians are close to the city
and about to enter it, and that
tlicy will also take up a position
near G illpoli. Layard's communi
cation reached tho Government by
way of Alexandria. Later Infor
mation states that Layard's tele
gram was two days In transmis
sion. It further says that tho Rus
sians have taken possession of a
fort in the line of fortifications
between Buyuk, Cheklejah and
Chatalja, and that another
detachment hail occupied points
in the Boulair lines.
London, Feb. 7.-4 p. M.—The
Cabinet meeting which Is now in
session was very suddenly called.
The Lord Chancellor was summon
ed while engaged on a case In the
House of Lords, the hearing of
which was immediately suspended.
London, Feb. 7.—The Standard's
third edition has a Constantinople
despatch which says: "According
to the terms of armistice the Turks
are to evacuate the lines of Con
stantinople, which are to form a
neutral zone. The Russian limit
is to be Buyuk, Cheklejah, and the
Turkish limit Kujok Chatalja."
'I be fniio l»ea«l
Rome, Feb. 7th, G P. M. —The
i'opedied at 4:57 this afternoon.
1878. NEW YORK. 1878.
As the i(mo approaches lor the ronewat of
subscriptions, the Sun would romlud its
frlsndß aud woll-wlsherß everywhere, that it
IB again a candidate for tbeir consideration
and support. Upon lt3 record for the past
ten years it relies for a continuance ol the
hearty sympathy and generous co-operation
which inn hitherto been exteudod to it from
ovory quarter of the Uuion.
The uaily Buu is a four page sheet of 33 col
umns, prlco by mail, post paid, 56 cents a
month, or $6.6u per year.
The Sunday edition of tho Sun id an eight
page sheet of fit! columns. While giving the
news of the day, it also contains a large
amount of literary and miscellaneous matter
specially prepared for it. The auuday Sun
has mot with great success. Post paid ll.iiu
Who does not know the weokly Sun 7 It
circulates throughout the Cnited States, the
Oanadas, and beyond. Niuety thousand fam
ilies groet Its welcome pages weekly, aad
regard it in the light of guide, counsellor and
friend. - Its news, editorial, agricultural and
literary departments make it essentially a
lournal for the family and the fireside.
Terms: One Dellar a year, post paid. This
price, quality considered,mikes It the cheap*
est newspaper published. For clubs of ten,
with fie cash, we will tend an extra copy
PUBLISHER OF TUE SUN,
novJ tf New York Oity.N. Y.
GRANT & CAMERON,
MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
Collectors of SoocU of all Trees and Shrubs
indigenous to the Australian Colonies,
Blue, Fed and Peppermint Qams, Acaclftf, Etc
OF TH S CONDITION OF Tit X
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
j OF LOS ANGELES.
I At tho close of business, Saturday, Jan
uary Ixih, 1878.
Cash on hand at Los
Angeles $111,894 4>l
Curb in bankwuh cor
respondents] In san
Franolico 37,118 C 4
Cash In bank with
New York 1,810 0J
Total cash $150,8*1 18
Bills receivable and
overdrn ts 705,4'j4 44
Bonds and warrants
(Los Angeles city
and county 335 30
Bank building, iw»
vaults, fixtures, etc. -0.614 80
Real o.tati; taken in
foreclosure of mort
gages 11,188 59
Note —The atnount of Interest due and
accrued, but uno dlectod, Is $19,737 14,
which Is not included iv the foregoing
The assets are situated in L>s Angeles
' city, the evidouoeof the samo being In
tho vaults of said baus.
Capital stock, i>ald
up $475,000 00
Reserve fund 50,000 00
Total capital $525,000 00
Due depositors 404,131 12
Dus correspondents... ..ui 3$
for 300 00
Profit and los* acc't,
undivided profits.... 22,711 82
Examined aud found correct.
L. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN s GRIFFIN,
Isaius W. llelln.au, President, being
i duly sworn, deposes and says that thu
foregoing statement of the condition of
1 the assets and liabilities of said bank is
(rue, to the best of his knowledge aud
belief. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN,
i Sworn an 1 subscribed before
CHAS. E. MILES,
J 17-1 vi County Recorder.
STAT E M E N T
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES.
Of tho Amount of Capital Actually Paid
up in Gold Coin.
Capital Stock, paid up In Gold 8i"5,000
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I
County of Los Angeles,/ *
w. Bellman, President, being
duly sworn, deposes and says that the
forego ng statement of the amount of cap*
Itnl actually paid In Is true, to the L*»st ut
his kuonrtedgd and belief.
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. ri Midsilt.
Sworn and luhaeiibed b ;for<
CIIAH E. ■
Jl7-lm County 1
NeMe, DeCamp & Co.,
A'o. 3 SPRING STREET.
AUkluds of Funeral Work carefully
attended to by the oldest and most expe
rienced professionals In tho business.
Full Charge Taken of Remains,
and interments made In Catholic, City
and Evergreen Cemeteries. M ps of each
ST Bodies embalmed, prepared and
shipped to all parts of the country.
Too on ly firm exclusively in tho Under
t<*aiug business. We own our own ve
hicles and live stock. Tho only com
plete stock of
Wooden & Metalic Burial
Cases and Caskets,
Robes, Hardware and Mourning Drapery
and excluiive agents for the STEIN'S
PATEN 1' CASKETS, tho only flrst-class
burial caikat ever lutreduced in the
Embrace the Handsomest Adult Full-
Trimmed Vehicle Made.
The Only White Hearse Here,
and Lhe only appropriate vehicle for
, young people anu children. Carriages
j line aud rates low. Patrons shown the
various cemeteries free. Those requiring
such services will do well to call on U4.
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
1 am prepare I to soli, at uuprecodent
edly low figures, eighty thousand apple
trues, of the most approved varieties.
Those who propose to set out orchards
would do well to call aud examine my
stook. lam also prepared to sell PEAK
aud other orchard trees, on favorable
i< i n)-. My object In nacrlacing these
trees Is to retire from the nursery busi
G. D. COMPTON,
QOUPTOX, Los Angeles Co., Cal.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
MAa% 4% Salary. w»— umuuo
nt V |l|||l">u u .:i .«!u,m«*i.
I #1111 *"i"' Expenses p.ld- AS
fft ■ f.U I ■ I Urt.,» A mill CO., So. a,
Largest Auction House in
H. R, BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Two doors East of Old Standi on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
09-REGULAR SALE on Saturdays
will commence at Io|£ o'clock a. m. Spe
cial Sales made at auy time.
HOKHEs. WAGONS, and all kinds ol
goods bought and sold.
Jaietf H. It. BROWN.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN HOUi HERN CALIFORNIA.
ZED. "W. NOYBS
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friend■ and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate Regular sale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I Inland w make my charges les*
than those of anybody else In the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the first $1000 and one per cent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES,
WAGONS aud all kinds of property, and
N. B.—-Saturday's sales commence at 10
a. m. and close at 4 p. a:.
E. W. NO YES,
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California,
AN OLD AUCTIONEER JN A
(from St. Haul, Minnesota,) Ifl now to bo
126 Main Street,
Next the Marble Yard, send along your
Furniture, stoves, Redding, Horses, Bug
gies, Wagous and other merchandise you
may nave to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday motnlog at 11 o'oiook precise
ly. Real Estate sales also attended to.
The Steams Ranches,
AU XXI) nOBSNMON, Triltttot',
M'Jt Market St., S*an Francisco, Cul.
ttsf I 4 \(\( * ACRES OF LAND FOR
OUjUUU sale, iv lota to suit, suit
able for the culture of Orauges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Reaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., aud also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average
depth ol six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be irri
gated by the water ol the Santa Ana river.
Most of these lands are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to product
terms -One-fourth Cash; balance In
one, two and three years, with 10 percent
I will take pleasure in showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
IflVltM to couifi and see this extensive
tjael bcloie purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Amihetiu, Los Angeles county, Dec. 24,
For Sale Cheap.
A Cottage and Lot on Hill
St., Near First,
Commanding a view of tse ocean and
valley. The uudersigue 1 will dispo-e of
the above property, with a view to im
prove and build on the adjoining lots.
Apply to M. KELLEHER,
Office—No. I Temple street. U27 tf
Tho undersigned, a German lady teach
er, who has a thorough k nowledgo of all
educational brunches, the teaching of
music aud fancy works and has received
her diploma in Germany as a school
teacher and teacher of Kindergarten and
fancy works, is now preparing to give
lessons to children and ladles In the Ger
man Lauguage, Fancy Work and Music,
at the CORNER OF MAIN AND SEC
Teaching the German language, for
children Id classes,two lessons per week,
per mouth, 82; young ladles, in classes,
S3 per month. Teaching single persons,
two hours weekly, lor children, 81 per
month; for ladles, $5. Lessons in fancy
works; For children, 82 per month; for
ladies, $1 per month, weekly, four hours.
Piano lessons, weekly, two hours, 88 per
Ofllce hours, every forenoon from 10 to
11 o'clo.k. JalMm IDA SCHMIDT.
HUGHES 7 "
Russian and Electric Baths,
■iaxoßgrrfl building, opposite
R. HUGHES, In returning thanks to
the public for their liberal patronage,
can with confidence recommeud his
As the great PURIFIER and EQUAL
IZER of the hum an body, enabling the*
system to throw off its Impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more inspi
ration of air than can heoutalnel by
breathing, by opening thu pores ol the
skin and giving ful I play to i he i nsensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical
sxtf■ A female constant \y on hand to
wait on hidles.
Open from 8 a. k. toy p. v. iSStf
Called for aud delivered to auy pari
of tho city, by
Heed & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can bo left at the book store ol
Mr. Sam Hhlluihii. Spring St. olDtf
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
- AT -
Perry, Woodworth A Co.'s
— AND —
Mo. 10 Commercial atr«.t, neu
Railroad Depot. mr'JO-tf—
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 and 14. McDonald Blook,
Main St., I.OS ANGELES, Cal.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIt. ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. BlSIf
Win. 11. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTAOTS OF TITLE, Including every
transaction from the enrliost dates to the
present time, made with accuracy and
SVALLEN'S BUIDINO, corner Spring
and Temple streels.
James (J. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE—Temple Block (pari or old Caak
Commissioner of Dvadl for I lie Stnto of
Indiana. >» lm
1 have removed my office to
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining the new Postoftiee.
r l\ I>. MOTT,
K. 3. BICKNELT.. p. B. kahuuhau.
BICKNELL & FARQUk AR,Prpt.
Adjoining tho Union Depot.
Convenient to all traius arriving or de
parting froui Los Angeleß. Street oars to
all parts of the city. Everything new
and clean. Board by the day or week at
reasonable rates. u24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUE & CO..
The St. Charias Is located iti the busi
ness centre of the city,and is the large**!.,
most elegant and completely organised
Hotel in Sotitheru California.
Free couch lo the house.
J. A. GORQUN, Manager.
•MrWestern Union Telegraph In Hotel
>XoJa.v« Juuoiion, Cul.
THIS HOUSE ISNOWPKPAKKU Asak
to receive Its numerous patronsJujiß
;tud the traveling public iv general. Ue-
Ing en tlrely new and splendidly tur
ulshiM, it affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTS
Is second to none in Southern California
I'll I; II IK Is supplied with Uie oholsest
brands of winosj liquors and cigurs.
An elegant 111 1.1.1 Mil) ROOM Is also
attaohed to the house.
All truths stop here for breukfast Bad
supper. It Is the point of depurlure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, vis.—
liurwill, Lone Fine, Cerro Lluido and
umlut. Theofllceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of c
traveling publlu is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS A BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. UOL, Proprietor.
SIERRA MA DUE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the UMt or table
lauds of the Sierra Madiu Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Command* a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking tho San Ua
briel orsnge grovei; Is four miles from
railroad and telegraphitatlou; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A Hchnol lor children on the pjemtses.
For particulars addtoss proprietor, P. O.
Box I HI, Los Angeles.
I offer my place, Ihree-quarters of a
mile rroui Downey CRy, on the Wlhulng
loa road, adjoining the College; at a bar
gain. It comprises
Fifteen of wbleh are In fruit, of choice
varieties. There are eight acres of Mus
cat grapes. Comfortable house on the
LOW PRICK A REASONABLE TERMS.
Immediate possession will be given. It
desired, with the eutlre growing crop of
fruits, etc. Water right attached to laud,
but no necessity for use. Apply to
Jy4 6m O. H ALLEN, on the premises.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
"VTo. 12 TtCMPLE Block, Spring etrcet,
JS Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINKST A Nil BEST STOCKED TAILuR
-INU ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
Calfornln. Hie old ouatomers and the
public will find it the place to get BBS I
STYLES aud Xl fTIM) obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal aentlemen of the city, lor whom he
bus made clothing.
»e*No necessity to send to San Fran
cison for good fitting suits. decKM/
When you wish to have clothe* made
to order and a good fit, call on
J. BEHNSTEIN, NEW YORK TAILOR,
No. 149 MAIN ST.,
Between First and Market, Los Angeles,
and you will bo sure to get a good fit. at
prices to suit. slu ltf
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
Of Loa Angelas.
CAPITAL 500,000 O0
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isaias W. Hellhan, Eugene Mbyrr,
O. \V. CUILDB, L. C. GOODWIN,
CIIAKJ.IiS DUCOMMUN, JosK MABCAHEr.,
John s. Griffin, C. E. Tixoh,
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN ami HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Buy nod Sell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and fifterthis date,on all moneys
le'l as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of Lob Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENCE Ueeb'e.'
M. Bo Patrick, 8. U. Mott,
A. A. Wll.rox, li. MIBCHY,
M. Woojjuomn, X. Lankkksbim,
0. S. WiriiKKßV, Jno. U. Caphon,
J. E. lIOLLRNBROK,
This Batik is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, aud transact a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at out rent rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Loa Angeles* Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 200,000
J. H. HLAUSON President
k. m. BAKHIt Vice-President
J . M. BIXIOTT Cashier
T. H. SI.AUSON, P. BPAUUKT,
V. A. HOOVKK, ROIi.JIT S. BAKBIR,
1. HIXBV, (4flO. W. Prkscott
A. W. UoWttAM.
Receive Bank deposlis.
titty uml aetl exchsnge on Han Frauoisco.
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Buy exchanue oa all parts of the United
kHatos a.id Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a generu!
banking aud exchange business.
Conlalnlncf live rooms, iv the heart of the
city, isplendld view and good location.
A six loom dwelling house, iv eood lo
cation; close to business portion of the
city; lihs just been newly painted and
papered, Apply to
No SI New High St..opp. Pico House.
View of Marriage !
IV ef tl V.V IfOAtaM OB It'
ki f m ■ 1 l**ax ..... -a*
«*O*M neWll Mf Mitt Ml*.
j ijffj fclTj ff lE| rtxdiufi S*l p«|(t-«, i»nv.
7r § ,* MlVfl' \ mJdSI ADVISER! , (
On ill diMrder. ul a Prtvalu Nalwre aii.mw trvm Bell
A. Subs, Bsw«mos, or Secret IHseeiee, w«k 0m
,iir»i,. ..f en;, 1M ISSHMSS*] priooiMl tl*.
A OL I WICAL LKrrtTtX on (he »SeTf dipcxdm sad
[ho«# uf Sm IVtilssS li«n r ii, Oa4«xrh t Hi>piua-e.
□ pinm flabit,*"- . etiM Mcts.
klSier kenek wet poalpeid en reesipt at price . nr sll threiv
t ■ .'.n-riiK W ptvrrjjlLr lu lifi, v illllllr«lt>d, l<" '* «U.
Atairou DSL BUTTS, Ho. U S. «U St. St- Louis. Uo
' A Au Kflrx l od(« No. 42. r
* ■*• M—The Btatcd meeting!
Yjfo'tlili Lodge nre held on Ihe
fIrstMONDA V ofeach mont i at
' 7:30 r. M. Mcm bets of Pviiih'
pha, No. 202, and ill Master M»su,» >„
i geod standing are cor ilallv luv :, ,i
By order of the W:- M:.
, I'ajH. Smith, Secretary.
■ Los ingolos Chapter No. 33, R-. ...
t Stated convocations* on a
MONDAY of eaoli inonlh
7% P. m. at Masonlo HalJ.
Sojourn mi: aompanions In
good standing cordially In.
vlted. Hy order of
H. C. FOY, H. )•
• Los Angeles Council No. 11, RoyalTnd
; Selocl Masters, F. &A. HI,,
Hold* lis stated assemblies on the ith
' of each mouth at Masonic Hall
at 7*o v. m Sojourning ('urapuulim Iv
good standing are fraternally Invited v.
attend. By order of the Th \ nr.
R. 0. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder.
Cc Lion Commander, Nc
9, k;. t;.
Hold* us stated conclaves at the Any-
UWfi Maeonic Hall, on the Third
raUIiSUA Yofea L mouth, ai iy. o'cloJc
p. «. Sojourning Knight* Templar In
good standing are cord I ally iin ited to at
teud. By order of the
_J. C. L.ITTLSFISZ.D, Recorder.
1. O. O. F. ~
, _, , _ MONDAYevenlnrat Hn'«l™t
vi.ot 1 Fo< UnJ1 ' Howie* bToor.
* H " <l «*rO".'™ ln « brothers In good
standing uro luviied !o atlend
w,v M. LEHMAN. N. O.
I'ltKD. W . \\ pop, itee. Sea
Loe Auirclea Lodge No. so, i. a.
week hi 71 o'clock. So
lournlng brethren In eood
standing aro cordially luvited.
, c. J- VV. BAUD, N. O.
A. Frank, R. s.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31.1 0
UKdCLAH MEETINGS held
S«!iHM!^,.! bt ' Wl «'nd i.iiii Fourth
HW' I ''EBDAYH of each month at
- 7 w p 11. Sojourning Patrl-
I'.jne Hi good 'laiHling are cordially invl
no to attend.
„ 0. C. LII-S, C. P.
B. Maiixsen. Scribe. f
» Knights of Pythias. f
OLIVE LODGE, No. 26.
meets tvory Thursday evenln£*at
7 o'clock, at the Castle-Hall.
Downey Block. All sojourning Knighls
In good standing are .radially invited.
1- A - fI'N'SMOOH.C. C.
L. E. Milks',K. of U. s.
Confidence Engine Company NOT 2"
.S . RE«ULAK MEETINGS 01
< IKI " L'ompany will take place
/Jaw, on too flrel Wodnesday eve
* 1,1 oncn month, at n
<t3HSKjS o'clock. By order,
'iV. S. MUURE, Secretary.
C. F. HEINZEMAN & CO.,
Successors to J. B. SAUNDERS 4 no
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES,
PUREST LRUGS and PATENT MKill,
clues of all kinds, bat- Pr.scrlptions care
tully compounded day and night. no2-tf-S
FRENCH DRUG STORE)
Has been remove.l from SIGNOftET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FKEMCH AND OTHKU FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
«*-Prcscrlptions prepared with great
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
The great English n mcily for Xenons
Debility, Spermatorrhea uuU i reniuiare
Decline of Physical Kt.iee.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughtv nnd
permanently, miv eiise of KXHAtS I'ED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute orof long standing, and in cither
sex, no matter from wnat cause pro
The Vital Restorative
( Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, Is
uot a quack nostrum, hence perfectly
I safe to take; is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the cerebrospinal aud sym
pathetic system of nerves new force,
Purifies and Enriches
The hlooil. rejuvenating and reinvlgorut
-1 lng both mind and body. Thousands,
both in this country ttnd in Europe, can
testify to tho great restorative propeitie*
of this really great medicine,
Price, 88 per bottle, or four times It*
quantity lor ilu. Hent to any address se
cure from observat ion.
Address all letters to
A. K. MIN TIE, M. D.,
, (Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Kurgeon to the -
Orthopiudie Hospital of Philadel
No. 7*2 Montjjotnery St., San Krsinelao»,
I Sole Agent.
I*. S.-Dlt. M INT IK can be onnsulteJ
Im retereuce to the ahovecoinplainiti dltF*
Ints otnee hours from 0 a. v. to .i p. M.
- JHlly.snd from 6 to S In the evoulng,
Sundays, iv a. m. to 1 p. m. Consuliatlon
FKF.K. Thoroui;h exsminatlou and nd>
• vice, S5. Full directions und advice free
[ with every package of medicine, n \'-a
. Montana Meat Market.
FUOiLINdKB A KHANU, fIC~&S¥
The best and teiiiioronl Meiil«*£« '
In the market. None bul the Mtfto*W6
i Prlmsst Beef and Mutton
i ever to be found. Non theaddres* i'< n
! taaa Meat Market. M»in sir eat
Flrel. Lo« Angela.
Burnett & L'iements,
jitf No. io; spnma st