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(Successors to Dr. T. S. Stan way,)
Olfloe, Main Stieet.over Dotter A brad
ley's Furniture store.
Residence, '.'ul Main street, Ht the foot
of Third. oMHm
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liusldene*, Fort Hill, I Office, No. 19IMW
liueua Vlstu street. I ueyßlock,upslalrs.
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Los Angeles, item- the end of street rail
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OFFICE IN CAKDONA BLOCK, LOS
Augeles, Cal., norfrlv opposite Court
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J. lioclitingcr, M. D.,
PHYSICI VN TO TUE ITALIAN IN
depeudeut and Pfsneb M. B. sneie
ties. Oculistot the Kreucli Hospital in
Mau Francisco. All chronic obstinate
..ages uiu! operations ou ll.e eyv.s attend
OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramonto street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—SE. cor
ner Mason aud Facitlc streets, San Fran
(:U|)o. ocU ly
Dr. A. Loewenhorst,
(.! lIIRO PO D IST,
c o ZRTnsr s.
Extracts corns without using knives,
tiles or actdtj. Cures bunions, in-growing
nails, etc,, without, pain. Ladies ana
gentlemen desiring to have operations
periormed can uav« them done ut their
resiliences without extra charge.
l'leuse address through Pu*t office or
leave ordeis at his Institute, Northweot
corner of Spring and Fourth street.
CHARGES MODKKATIfi. lelDtf
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Successor to Chris. Heune) Proprietor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
"KILUANT LAGER BEER South of
orders for DRAUGHT or lOTTLED
v ituii promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery
*' li*-- competition in the State. raitVtf
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIUNOUKT'S BUILDING, opposllf
K. HUGHES, In ifhir • thanks to
i,.' pubira for their liberal patronage,
eat) with confidence recommend hts
Xt \ho great PURIFIER snd EQUAL
IZER of the human body, enabling tho
rysfem to throw off its Impurities aud
gU tug to the lungs one-sixth more lnspi
retiou of air than can beootained by
broatntng, by opening tbe pores of tho
and giving full play to the insanst
me respiration so necessary to physical
do female conutan'ly ou hand to
Open from 8 a. m. to 7 p v. slMtf
Burnell & Clements,
Los Angeles Daily Herald
riiMFiiiffrii tioiuic Nomii.
Mo.iavk, Murcli 12.— James Me-
Fadden, J De Barth Slim b, John A
Anthony and wife. Mrs TA Lewis,
M Finch ami wife, Mrs Boberls,
J W Brown, B X Demor, T Ilil
(Irelh, A J Finley, T F Allison, T
Oorvey.'A B Beisen, J Harrow, E
Noble, D H Fanning, 0 W Smith
and wile, D A Bussell and wife,
John 11 Haines, C B Savage.
Colluioilelivm lv Orvgoii.
Han Fkancisco, March 11!.—A
rortland dispatch states that
United States Marshal Waters yes
terday arrested John and Juseph
Bnutty in (Jlackenias county, on a
charge of manufaclurinc counter
feit coin. Tools and spurious coin
were found in their possession.
Both were held lo answer by the
United States Commissioner to
The fflunlcliiftl BteetkMlS ur »••.-
San Francisco, Murch 13. —TilS
city election in Oakland yesterday
resulted in a large vote. The Work
ingmen elect nil tiie candidates ex
cept .Superintendent of Schools
uud City Marshal by small majori
ties. Tbe tight was between the
Workingmen aud the Republicans.
The Democrats fused to some ex
tent with the latter party.
In the municipal election at
Salinas the Citizens' parly elected
the whole ticket except one Coun
cilman, a Workir.gniun.
Murder !■■ OiiKlnuil.
Oakland, March 12. A murder
by stabbing occurred at one o'clock
this morning on Fourth street, the
murdered man being John Harri
son, a stepson of Con. Owyer. The
murderer is John Welsh, a son-in
law of Con. Dwyer. The nllair
grew out of a family trouble about
which all parties are reticent.
The murderer delivered himself to
the authorities and is iv prison.
Sacramento, March 12th.—
Assembly—A bill was Introduced
to appropriate $10,000 for the relief
of sufferers by the late disastrous
Hood, the money to be given to the
Howard Association for proper dis
tribution, This bill is framed so as
lo cover the Goveruoi's obligation
to the bill recently passed tiy both
houses and vetoed by him.
Nott moved to refer the bill to
the Committee on Ways and
A lengthy discussion followed.
Johnson moved a reference to
the Committee of the Whole of the
Ellis amended by moving to
refer to the Go mailt tee on Ways
and Means, with instructions to
report to-morrow morning.
Carried ami so ordered.
Sherman, from the special com-i
milteu to Inquire into undervalue '
tions of properly for taxation pur
poses in San Bernardino Couuty,
presented a report accompanied
with testimony taken on the sub
ject. The report exonerates the
assessor trom any criminal mo
tives, hut censures Ihe loose man
ner 111 which his business has been
conducted, exposing it to imposi
tion by fraudulent and designing
The report was ordered printed
and referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee to draft a law.
The Speaker gave notice of a Re
publican caucus on Wednesday
i),.- ttmf ■wssiiiiiih cii ...s
Saciiamknto, .March 12tl).—The
vote, up to one o'clock, has been
slow. The Worklngmen's ticket
of Ihe Kearney branch is believed
to be ahead. All the men in the
railroad shops are working for Tur
ner, the Kearney candidate for
Mayor. Pearson, candidate of the
Sacramento Workingmen, Is be
lieved to be running away behind
his ticket. Feltin, Republican,
aud I ai tie, Democrat, ate running
about even. Roth Republicans
and Democrats are bitterly oppo
sed to the election of Turner, us
be is not a properly owner, and
this afternoon, it is supposed, a
combination will be formed to de
feat him, whichever party devel
ops the most strength polling th>.
San Francisco, March 12 —
Wheat, dull and unsettled; choice
milling, $1.60@L82J; choice ship
ping, fi.86®1.80. Rarley, steady;
feed, $1.25(«;l.:i0; brewing, $1.40®
1.00. Com, white, scarce and
wanted, nominally, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
yellow, §email@example.com. Oats, steady,
$firstname.lastname@example.org, Potatoes, $email@example.com;
early rose, $2.25©2 50.
Ilou't WhSil Ihe Tnwle Dul'llr Abul
San Francisco, March 12—In
quiry among prominent hauliers
and business men shows nstron;
feeling iv opposition to tbe threat
ened stoppage of the coinage of
trade dollars. They regard such a
course as calculated to seriously af
fect our business relations with the
Orient, where the trade dollar has
rupidly installed itself into public
favor. It is probable that some
public expression will be made on
the subject In the course of a week.
The Nlllll* fill' Hi. ail. .
Chiiyicnni-:, March 12.—The situ
ation on the several blockaded
railroads entering this point is not
materially chauged to-day und be
lated trains occupy relatively the
same positions, with the exception
of No. 3 at Antelope lust night,
which has put buck to Sidney for
better accommodations. Assistant
General Superintendent J. F.
Clarke has been flghtingdrifts with
200 men, westward from that sta
tion. At last reports he was at At
kins, which was, in point of mile
age, a greater success than has at
tended the efforts of Division
Superintendent Davis who, with
125 men is worMng eastward
from Cheyenne. Owing to the
solidity of tin- snow bo
had made only four miles last
night, being half way through the
long cut at that point. Tbe west
ern division force is working east
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 187
wind from Tie siding, but has us
yet only reached Dale Creek, be
tween which point and Cheyenne
there nre many and long cuts, well
filled with snow, as well as several
sheds In a similar condition. The
Colorado Central nnd Derver Pa
cific are struggling on the same
ground occupied lust night, the
latter, however, having made two
miles advance to-day. It is proba
ble the road will he open eastward
Uenernl Icetu* lri.ni H tt»l»tui£tun.
Washington, March 12.—The
House Committee on Coinage have
substantially agreed to report the
bill abolishing the trade dollar.
Horace Davis and Wren of Nevada,
are promised a hearing against the
bill. Iv tho House, Hewitt, in
discussing the diplomatic Appro
priation bill, attacked the diplo
matic service severely. Clymer
reported a naval appropriation bill
refeired to Committee on the
Whole. The appropriation-! aggre
Fire lv JertefJ' Ol#|T,
New York, March 12th. —A lire
in Jersey City last night burned
out ninety-eight families. Two
persons were fatally injured. The
pecuniary icsi is comparatively
U nsliluultk.i Note* null Nile, tllil.
Washington', March 12th.—The
Senate Finance Committee on
Tuesday next will consider the
Houso bill for the repeal of the
specie resumption act.
The House Judiciary Committee
to-day approved the body of laws
passed by tho Legislative Assem
bly of Arizona, with the exception
of the act granting special privil
eges to the Southern Pacific Rait*
road Company, of California. The
vote was six against three, Stengel'
and Butler being absent. This
motion with regard to the railroad
act was on the ground that, under
the organic law of the Territory,
the Legislative Assembly has no
power or authority to grant special
privileges. Botli majority and mi
nority reports will be made to the
Tho bill reported by the Commit
tee on Judiciary in regard to the
Pacific Railroad Sinking Fund was
taken up iv the Senate and Tbur
man spoke at length in it favor.
After explanations by Southard
disclaiming the authorship of tho
joint resolution in regard to a plu
ral executive head, the House went
into Committee of the Wholo on
diplomatic and consular appropri
Washington, March 12th.—
Housb.—A resolution, instructing
tbe Committee on Judiciary to in
quire into the expediency of pro
viding that all claims against the
I'nited States exceeding $1,000 iv
amount be prosecuted in Circuit
Courts for the districts in which
such claims originated, was agreed
The bill In aid ol the Polar Ex
pedition designed by James Gordon
Bennett passed unanimously with
Washington, March 12. —Sen-
atk—The Vice-President submitted
a communication from the Secretu
ry of the Interior in answer to tho
inquiry concerning the timber
trouble in Montana.
Matthews moved tliat it he re
ferred to the Commissioner on Pub
lic Lauds without being read nnd
be printed in the Record.
Sargent objected to its being
printed in the Record but had no
objections lo printing it in the usu
al documentary form.
After debate upon the points of
order Surgent objected to the pres
ent consideration of tbe motion to
refer tbe document, and it was laid
over till to-morrow.
Tile Mtvae l,»lluv —OHI n.n Mew.
Washington, March 12th.—Tho
new silver dollars will bo ready at
Ihe Philadelphia mint to-morrow.
The gradual decline of gold renders
probable an Indefinite postpone
ment of tbe repeal bill by the .Sen
ate Kinanco Committee.
All.*, l-in.r AiiderNoi*.
Washington, March 12.—The
Representative who has received
daily information from New Orle
ans to the efl'ect that Anderson
would be pardoned, is Oarlield, and
the furnisher of the information is
ex-Congressman Sheldon, of Loui
siana. Garfield has communicated
this to the President, aud both have
been led to believe that the lie
turning Hoard prosecutions would
ho discontinued. Congressman
Acklin has preteded to have great
inllueuce with Nicholls, and was
requested by the President to inter
cede witli Nicholls for the release
A gentleman arrived to-day from
New Orleans, says his mission was
utterly fruitless, and that Nicholls
will nayer pardon Anderson while
he is Collector. He says Anderson
will not resign, but prefers to re
main in jail, a martyr. Secretary
Sherman and the President have
been so informed.
'i'lio X.l* llniii|»slilre Elections
Portsmouth, N. H., March 12.—
At half-past 1 o'clock the hulk of
the votes were foiled and a prepon
derance In favor of the Republican
Qreenbsokeri was conceded.
Tite Hew iiitmiiHiuro Bleeiieae,
Roston, March 12.—Advices
from New Hampshiro Indicate that
a very full vote is being cast. At
noon, at Concord, the vote was not
materially different from that at
the same hour last year, Presoott
(Republican) having a majority in
all wards heard from. At Nashua
tho indications are that Cook (Dem
ocrat) will ho elected Mayor by a
small majority, while it is report
ed lhat McKeau (Democrat)
for Governor, is running
ahead of his ticket In several wards,
fixi cted to elect a Re
pub sentatlve to the
X,eg x large majority.
At Republicans will
elec mative, making a
Rer. .At Littleton the
Det; d ticket is elected
by ly majority. At
Mai Republicans claim
the ie oily ticket by "a
reduced majority. Asmall Hepub
llcan majority at Dover is Indicated
by noon returns. Up to one o'clock
no decisive returns for Governor
had been received.
NKW York, March 12tb.—The
Times' Washington special says
the general belief in New Orleans
is that Anderson will be pardoned.
Anderson is confined in jail, and
Custom House papers are tuken to
him to sign. He is not permitted
to visit his office, as has been sup
posed, lie receives many visitors.
i.€»i»uiittf lata itibe.mi''* l*«eml«#
New York, March 12.—Willis,
from the Committee 011 Expendi
tures of the Navy, has been looking
into the contracts of Bohesou dur
ing the last three years of his Sec
retaryship. The 3d of March con
tracts have especially been looked
into. These amount to a million
aud a half ami were not made
legally, not being given to the low
est bidder. They were not even
advertised as required, ihe Com
mittee has discovered an odd meth
od of bookkeeping whereby the ap
parent iudehteduess of the Govern
ment was often much greater than
the true Indebtedness. The Chair
man thinks the result of the in
vestigation will be to lessen the
apparent indebtedness by at least
Orileml UuealMeitlllJ' iuttea,
NkwYork, Murch 12.—A Nor
folk dispatcli states that the U. S.
Steamer Plymouth, now under re
pairs, has orders lo put to sea as
soon as out of tho machinists hands,
deferring all other repairs until her
return. Tho Plymouth goes direct
to Sau Domingo, disturbances there
having caused the American Cou
sul to be imprisoned and the Inter
ests of American citizens to bs im
AltllerNuii'M (un- li< I .. •■ f lie S<it|ii*i Mm
llcunrs — Mum riivnu luanrree*
Nkw Orleans, March 12.—The
exceptions iv the Anderson case
are being argued in tho Supreme
The J'icayimc says that, by pri
vate advices from Key West, it
learns that a mass-tueeting of
Cuban refugees was held yesterday
in that city, and a solemn protost
entered against all negotiations
with the Government of Spain not
bayed on the independence of the
island of Cuba. Two hundred men,
fully armed and (quipped, wero to j
have left Key West, for the ill fated
MUtinic Hull Neertjr MlitrVeel om
Bismarck, Feb. 28tli, )
via. Chicauo, March 12. J
It is reported that .Sitting Bull*
bund is nearly starving and would
gladly surrender if they could keep
imiil vi ■■■« War.
London, March 12ih.—It is re
ported that Fiance anil England
have agreed to make a joint inter
vention iv the affairs of Egypt.
All homeward bound men-of-war
have been ordered to be detained at
).IVer|> >«l Slitrhcln.
LivEitroor., March 12.—Bread
■tuff* quiet* Wheat, lis 2(Vylls 8
foraverage California white; llsb'
(3>l2s II for California club.
Paris, March 12.—The liepub
li</uc t'rancaise states that Lord
Derby told Count Sohouvaloff,
Russian Ambassador at London,
that England would not attend the
Congress unless the entire treaty of
San Ktefano was submitted, aud
that Bohouvaloff, after consulting
OortschaUolf, replied that Russia
would conseut to tho Congress it
self deciding what points ought to
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG,
main ST., opposite Arcadia St.
Horses nnd Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept, constant)y on
hand tor tbe accommodation of the pub
lic. Horses Boarded by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the Ntiortost not ice and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment!
[v Southern California.
Ju2ilf WILSON & YOUNG, Prop's,
Exotic Gardens & Nursery
SLOS ANGELES STREET, iii i«S»
rear oi cathedral. Zzfz
I would respect fully announco to my
<dd customers and tho public generally
that 1 have on hand and shall keep eve
rything in my lino of business—TßEES,
SHRUUS, PLANTS, otc, wholesale and
retail,and at LOWEST PRICES.
Orders from abroad promptly BX6noted
and satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de
livered nee of charge In the city.
LOUIS J. STENGEL,
inr2-.m Formerly Shueffer <fe Stengel.
The Steams Ranches,
/tI.FKKIt KUBINNON, Trnstcc,
CiVA Slnrkot M., Nnu Fruuclsco, t'lil.
L_>l\ AOItES OF LAND FOR
OUjUOU sale, in lots to suit, suit
able for the culture or Oranges, LoraonH,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apple*, rears, Alfalfa, Corn, Hye, llarley,
Flax, Hamle, Cotton, etc., uud also many
thousaud acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water Is abundant nt an average
depth offlix feet from the surface. On al>
moat every acre of this land FLOWING
AKTKHIAN WKLLS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be Irri
gated by the water of the Hanta Ana river.
Moat of these lands are naturally moist,
requiring mil \ goodoulOvation U> produce
TF.RMB—One-fourth Cash: balance In
one, two aud three yearn, with lv per cent
i will take pleasure In showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
Invited to oomo and acs this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. H. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim. Im Angeles county, Dec. 24,
Largest Auction House in
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTICM AND COMMISSION
Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
sr HKfjUUU SALE on Saturdays
will commence at lOH o'clock a. m. Spe
cial Hales iiiiulo at any time.
HOKBES, WAGONS, aud all kinds nf
goods f. -11}i■ und sold.
Juieif H, R. BROWN.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUrBBRM CALIFORNIA.
lias opened out at No. I MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court Hons", and will be
pleased lo serve hls old frauds and the
public. Particular attention paid to Ileal
Estate sales. Kegular sale days for
Horses aud rolllngstock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I Intend to make my charges less
than those ofanybody else In tbe busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the first 81000 undone percent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES,
WAUONS and ull kinds of property, and
N, B.—Sat onlay's sales commence at 10
A. H< and close at 4 P. »:.
K. W. NO YE-*,
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California,
AN OLD AUCPIONEKR IN A
(troni St. ran I, Minnesota,) In now to bo
186 main Street,
Next the Marble Yard. Send along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses, Bug
gies, Wagons and oilier merchandise you
may have to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday niotnhig at 11 o'clock precise
ly. Real instate sales also attended to.
Por busitiecs and educational reasons,
desiring to remove) into LoJ Angeles, I
will I ease
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and out"bttildtngfl
horse*, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc., for tho term of
TWO OU THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 304 ROMS, on which
are4o.oo.* grape vines, over 2,000 orange
trass*7oo English walnut trees, 900 lemon
and lime trees; also a mi tube.- of black
walnut., pecan, almond, tig. apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, b manas,
etc.; twoor three acres i.f alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable land, and
THE WHOLE Tit ACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence is a spacious
ba: b-riHini, Mipplying hot, col i an.l
shower baths. There Is also a BILLIARD
IiOO.M, Lable and appurtenances.
The farm is most eligibly situated in
tbe KRUIT BELT of the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east Of I*os Angeles
city, and near the ttailfOßd Slutiou of
san uaoriel Mission. If not leased,
r WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, to-wlt: One
third cash, the balan"c In one, two, three
and lour years, at 10 percent, interest per
annum Interest, payable semi-annually.
K.J. C. KE WEN,
Nos. 10 A 11 Strelitz Building, Spring
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy, o^llf
I IN O SUIT.
5000 Acres of tho Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The beet orange and semi-tropical fruli
la nil In the stall*: located in the heart of
the san (Jabrlel valioy, and in the midst
o( the oldest ami largest vineyards and
orange groves of Los Angeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land from this Association receives
not only his land but also aprnportlon
ato inert Of an inexhaustible water sup
ply, tho most complete irrigation system
In (tie State, which has cost the Associa
tion already over 110,001) for ditchos, plpos
and reservoirs alone. Water lv iron tof
every lot. Churches and school houses
on tiie tracts. Tho s. I*. U. It. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards on these lands
nnd in the vlcinlly test (heir
capability for this culture. The title is
perfect, Urant bargain ami sale deeds
given. Prices red need to suit the limes.
A map of tlio Tract may bo seen at the
oflloe of I. Beaudry, No. HI New High
street, opposite i'ioo House.
All communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F, W. WOon,Sec*y.
n Mlf ijos Angeles. Cal.
Containing five rooms, in the heart of the
city. Splendid view and good location.
A six mom dwelling house, in good lo
cation; close to business portion of the
city; has Just boen newly painted aud
papered. Apply to
No. Rl New High St..opp. Pico House.
An elegant SILVER - MOUNTED
HEADSTALL. Mexican atyle, eolld sil
ver, will be raffled at tbe Paluce Saloon.
100 CHANCES AT SI EACH.
N.> bar hill to pny. olltf
Rooml 13 and 14.
Main SI., UM anß
John E. ,)M
CIVIL ENGINEER \>■
lloom ii T 'ini'll
Win. 11. J. «
Searcher of Rcß
transaction from the emtH
present time, made win
and Temple streets.
James <. jpJ
I have i-'-'imy-'^M
No. 10, MOTT'I
1 . I>. I
I). B. FAKQIIH
Adjoining tho H
Co:iv«nlent to nil I '—H
purring from Los
ail parts of the <-ii_H
6. W. CRaI
most elegant and
Hotel in Houtbem ru\Vfl
Free couch lo Ihe tl _i B H
AI«»j:iv«- . lililH
rpills HOUSE IS Nul
X to reoeive Its
uud. the traveling
lug entirely new
iilshed, it ultordH sui^H
its t ablelH
Is second to none In s^H
brands of wines. UquQjJJJJJJJJI
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Attached lo tiie ixnis, _■
All tralus stop
supper. It is the
the celebrated Inyo
llurwin, T,ono Pine, i.'itfl
LONE PINE ■
Is at this hotel. Till
traveling pnblle Is i v_U
Formerly Hotel ■
IS THE (H
IN THE <H
A Private Hotel un iH
htnds Of the Sierra
Climate unsurpassed ,r^H
Summer or Wint J
Command* a •■lninnlH
brlel orange groves;
railroad and telegraph
tirely mw, lighted by Mam
nil niodorn conveniences
A School lor
Box 1111, Lot Angeles.
I oiler my place, HiAS
mile from liiowney City, on
loh roau, adjoining tho Col
gulu. It comprises I
Flfleee of which are
varieties. There am 'itM
cat grapes. C< • mh.>i i :i ijjmm
LOW PRICK A KKAifl
dtiStft'd , with tii"
i nil Is, etc. Writer nt;H
but no necessity tor ii_H
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