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ple Block, third floor, Los Angelofi.
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OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms t and 4
Ducommun a Block, corner Mnln .*
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-ll
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omee ami Residence—No. ISFRANKLIN
Dlt. WALTER LINDLEY,
No. 19 FORI' ST.,
llelween Temple ami Franklin strae s,
N. S. UIUKIiSON, M. B. I- M'OUUIK, St. 11,
Drs. Uiberson & McUiiirp,
(Successors to Dr. T. s. Slanway,)
Oflice, Main Stieel.over Dotier A Brad
ley's Furniture Store.
Residence,' All Main tireel.ut Ihe foi.t
ol Third. oallin
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
«- ii.t Nifiii it nnd e*urjafoou
It Mldence, Port Hill, | OOlco.No. l9Pow
.tiiena Vlstaslreet. I ueyßlock,upstairs,
J. HANNON, M. D.,
UOOMH Hand 15, CARDONA BLOCK.
Residence Dowuey Aveuue, East
Los Angeles, near the end ol' street run
oaice boars from l " to '2 a. 31.; from 1 to
1 I*. a. apao 11
K. D. WISE, M. D. ~
OK KICK IS CARDONA m.OCX, LOS
Aagelfls, Oat., nearly opposite Court
IiIIUUO. II r* "I>ISK AS I- •-. OV I' i.MAI.!.S A
HPKri A LTV. UUI3
J. Beehtlngei', M. I).,
EUYSICIAN TO THK ITALIAN In
dependent and Frnnoh M B, Hocic
. Oculist of the French Hospital in
Bun Franclsuo. All chronic obstinate
oases and operation* ou the eyes attend
OFFICE —No, 704 Huerauiento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—SE. cor
ner Masou and streets, Sun Frau
eUoo. . 003 ly
Dr. A. Loowenhorst,
c o j=&2>r s.
Extract* corns without using knives,
files or acids. Cures bunions, tu-growtug
nuils, etc,, without pain. Ladies and
gentlemen desiring to have operations
performed can have them douo ut their
residences without extra charge.
Please address through i'ostoffice or
leave ordain at his Institute, Northwest
corner of Spring and Fourth street.
til AlU.'l'.-i MODEHATE. lolUtf
(Successor to Chris. lienijo) Proprietor.
Tbe CLEAREST, PUREST aud MOST
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Soutu of
Qjalfrs for DRAUGHT or POTTLED
tinßß promptly attended to.
Tbe oelebrated Beor from this Brewery
denes competition in the State. mrs-tf
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIGNORET'S BUII.DINU, opposite
R. HUGHES, In returning thanks to
the public for their liberal patronage,
cau with confldeuce recommend bis
As the Brest PURIFIER and EQUAL
IZER of tbe human body, enabling lift
system to throw oil Its Impurities and
giving to the lungs one-alxtb more Inspi
ration of air than can beootalned by
breathing, by opening the pores of the
skin and giving full play to ihe Insensi
ble respiration su necesaary to physical
SaT-A female conslau'l/ on bund lo
wait on ladius.
Opao froui » a. a. to f p. w. sliatf
Burnett & Clements,
Cflrdo,! Con? ■ re,
I to ST.
Los Angeles Daily Herald
t'a> aeusfrs u.iuk nuiiiii.
Mojave, March 18.—AT Kenne
dy, X Merrill, M O Clark, J It Mc-
Cinsey, J TGrayson, MissltSmtlh,
Geo Johnson, wife and family, X
PCole, J Hull. R R Swain.
i n ■ - i cr.-.iii. i.in BSiesttai«M— l>Cl i.lll «l
Sacramento, Murch 13th.—The
vote yesterday was the heaviest for
years in any city election. The
Republicans elect the Chief of Po
lice and Fire Commissioners. The
Kearneyites elect the Mayor and
Sacramento,* March 13.—The
following Is the vote in detail:
Moyor, Felter, (Rep.,) 1,003; Larue,
(Dem.,) 1,050; Pearson, (Working,
man,) 7-G; Turner.fKearney wing,)
1,203. Chief of Police, Elevens,
(Rep.,) 1,470; Karcher, (Working,
man,) 1,373; Lee, (Kearney wlug,)
1,170. City Attorney, Young,(Rep.,)
1,031; Johnson, (Dem.,) 1,112; Wa
terhouse,(Workmgman) 408; Buck
ley(Kearuey wing) 1,485. Fire Com
missioner, Ptitnun (Rep.) 2,128;
Hunt (Workingman) 581; Devine
(Kearney wing) 1,196. This makes
Turner* (Kearney wing) plurality
140; Stevens's (Rep.) plurality !»7;
Buckley's (Kearney wing) plural
ity 373; Putnam's (Rep.) majority
r«iElilrn nt Simitii I'rnl.
Santa CBCZ, March 13tli. — Last
night in tiie Court House at a mass
meeting of citizens, the following
Municipal ticket wits nominated:
For Mayor, G. Bowman; Council
man, First Ward, F, Barson; Sec
ond Ward, R. C. Kirby; Third
Ward, P. V. Wilkins; Fourth
Ward, S. J. Lynch; City Clerk and
Tux Collector, P. R. Hinds. The
Couucilmen were nominated by a
Committee of live from each ward.
From the Fourth Ward there were
presented majority aud minority
report*, the majority favoring J.
H. Hkirm, present incumbent,
whose name, when presented before
tiie meeting for ratification, was
received with hisses. The mi
nority presented the name of S. J.
Lynch, which was ratified.
The Fourth Ward has
been trying to be declared
separate from the city proper,
and a bill for the Mime and remon
strance against it arc now before
the Legislature. The Councilman
from that ward has always opposed
any improvements, etc., which
were proposed to be made, aud in
fact bM been a most unrelenting
enemy of the oily. People of lhat
ward will run S. Keitn independ
ently. The Workingmen will nom
inate a ticket in about ten days.
It is raining. The total rainfall
this season tbus Inr has been over
SACRAMENTO, March 13. — ASSEM
BLY —in special order Ihe Klucs
tlon Committee's substitue for
Coffey's text book bill was taken
up und the discussion was resumed
on the substitute ottered by Gildea.
A Hy stall it. I c Robber.
San Francisco, March 13.—For
some mouths past the grocery store
of B. F. Levy, 537 Clay street, has
been systematically robbed of a
great variety of articles. The dep
redations could not he traced lo auy
of the employes, und no indications
were found that the doors or win
dows hail been forced. On the
night of February 27th the safe was
neatly broken open und the con
tents, to the value of several hun
dred dollars, taken. The police ex
amined the premises, and, by as
cending to a little-used loft in v re
mote corner Ol the store, iuund a
hole leading into tiie room e.bove.
This had ovidently been cut from
below and was intended for a blind.
A trap was next found iv the rear
of tiie store opening into llie cellar,
where there was found an urch
way about eighteen Indies high
leading into a space running
from the front to the rear of the
building and about six feet in
width, occupied by gas and water
pipes. Another irup was found
which led up iuto the barber saloon
of Adolpu Magazini. An officer
was detailed to keep watch in the
store, and lust night Magazini was
discovered prowling around for
plunder. The officer, witli levelled
revolver, ordered him to surrender.
He made a rush for the trap,
when the officer lired a shot
and closed with the burglar. Roth
fell through the Hap. After a des
perate struggle Magazini released
himself, and crawling through the
archway, gained his own store.
Tho olllcer then sought the street
to prevent escape by tho front
door, when Magazini fled by the
rear door and mudo good his es
cape. He was arrested later, and
is now locked up. Magazini has
always heretofore borne a good
reputation, and his systematic bur
glaries and desperate resistance
and escape, excite much comment.
A good quantity of Levy's prop
erty was found on his premises.
A aWnIBIfSII t'lK-lUe l*ri.|io.llli„i.
Washington, March 18.—The
Senate Committee on Pacific Rail
ways gave a hearing to day to R.
G. Spoltord, upou tho bill looking
to tiie completion of the Southern
Pacific by the extension to Xl Paso
of the Galveston, Hanisburg&San
Antonio Railroad, there to connect
with the Southern Pacilic Railroad
of California. The Ban Antonio
Company do not ask for the land
grant or for endorsement of bonds,
but that a contract may bo author
ized whereby the War Department
shall make advances as the road
shall be built not to exceed 115,000
per mile advanced, to be reimburs
ed to the Government in military
transportation and postal service.
.New llAili|>alilr« Eleeiluua— A VI
rj fur Ilia Ki-imuiicnua.
Concord, N. H., March 13.—Tho
vote of 150 cities and towns gives
Prescott 29,342; McKean, 20,0(30;
scattering, 525. The same places
last year gave Prescott 30,329; Mar
cy, 25,931; scattering, 309. Itsoems
certain that Prescott Is eleoted
Governor and the Republicans car
ry tbe House, Senate and Council.
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 14. 1878
Democrats concede the State to
Prescott by 1,500. Republicans
claim the House by SO majority and
the Senate by 8.
Tho Klflu leaiu Ila Troitby.
New York, March 13th.— The
American Rifle Team of 1877 have
voted permission to Tiffany" & Co.
to place the Centennial Palma tro
phy in the Paris Exposition, pro
vided no foreign teams accept the
American challenge to a contest
for its possession. The National
Rille Association has ordered the
Creedmoor ranges open the Ist of
April, aud has arranged for the
erection of a hotel upon their
Tiie Ittochud.. Unlst'il —I vial lt«'.
Cheyenne, March 13th.—The
blockade has been raised. Three
trains arrived this afternoon, and
two more will arrive at 11 o'clock
to-night. They contiuued west
and met a party from the western
division at Sherman. Tills leaves
a clear track from Omaha
to Ogdeu. The Colorado Central
& Denver Pacllic are sti|l obstruct
ed. The storm lo Ihe northward
has been very severe. Freight
trains have lost much stock frozen
and Stampeded, Many persons are
missing. Two or three known to
have perished in the storm. Pas
sengers on the trains have been
well supplied and made comforta
Sherman, Wy., March 13.—
Since the storm subsided the bodies
ef a number of people have been
found who perished from exposure.
Great loss of stock is reported.
litv rr.i.ltMfo AleH.lire.
Washington, March is.—The
House Committee on Pacific Rail
roads held a session this morning
lor the purpose of hearing further
argument ou the bill introduced in
the House by Crittenden to compel
the Union Pacific Railroad Com
pany to pro-rate with the Kansas
Pacific Railroad Company. Shel
laberger, behalf of the Union
Pacific toad, argued against Ihe
< W 11 ■_ . . MI.I (11l ll .
Washington, March 13. —Sen-
ATJ3. —Wiudoui, from tho Commit
tee on Appropriations, reported,
without amendment, tho House
hill making appropriations for for
tifications and other works of de
fense and armament during the fis
cal year ending June 30th, 1879.
I'iaced on the calendar.
Merrimon introduced a bill to
provide for aud regulate the count
ing of votes for President and Vioe-
I'resident and the decision of ques
tions arising thereon. Referred I o
Kellogg introduced a hill to aid*
the New Orleans anil Pacific Riil
road Company. Referred.
Kellogg also introduced a hill to
establish a mint at New Orleans,
authorizing the coinage of gold
and silver, und making an appro
priation therefor. Referred.
Matthews called up the motion
submitted by him yesterday to re
fer ihe communication of the Sec
rjtary of llio Interior in regard to
timber depredations, to the Com
mittee on Public Lands, and have
it printed in the Record. lie asked
to have tho document printed in
tlie Record as a matter of justice,
as the department from which it
emanated had been attacked yes
terday iv the Senate.
Blame thought the Secretary of
the Interior should be heard, but
tile Senator from Ohio must be
aware of the fact that ho was ask
ing an extraordinary privilege to
havo this document so printed. Ho
reserved to himself the right to re
ply to it, because Ihe document
was in reply to what he had said in
the Senate upon a recont occasion.
Sargent opposed t he printing of the
document in tho Record, as setting
a bad precedent, and not because
the conteuts of it were so very
creditable to its authors that he
feared tbem. Ho argued that the
document was made tip from the
statement of spies, who followed
men into their places of business
and reported their conversation.
He referred to the action of Con
gress iv abolishing spies in the Cus
tom services and that Congress theu
put the stamp of condom nit ion
upon using Fouch's method of spies.
After some further debate Mat
thews read the reply of the Secreta
ry of the Interior as a part of his
Washington, March I3tn. —
House—Hales amendment to the
Diplomatic bill, increasing the
salaries of the four principal Min
isters from $15,000 as provided In
the bill to $17,500 Ihe present sala
ry, was rejected, 88 to 10.
Flintier New IlAiu|».lllre KftllruN.
Concord, N. H., March 13.—Re
turns from 184 towns give Prescott
(Rep) 35,094; McKean (Dem.),
32,804; scattering, 39". The towns
so fur heard from give the com
plexion of Ihe House as 184 Repub
licans and 117 Democrats.
I olilerj LllllllllOii 111 England.
London, March 13.—1n a colliery
explosion near Bolton forty men
per tab cd.
London, March 13 — Tho Rus
sians have occupied a number of
villages nrotind Constantinople and
are still advancing. The British
fleet has arrived in the Gulf of
lsmid. A quarter of a million
homeless relugess, iv a starving
condition, are around Shurala. The
Ports Siys it cannot help them.
A Mutter af Aliurelieunluii.
London, March 13.—The Timet
says that nothing could speak mure
forclbl] of the deadening ell'aet of j
the apprehensions which have
111 led Europe for many months
than the cheapness of money in the
continental market. We have had
no greater danger to faco for a long
time than this auperlicially cheap
credit at home and aliroad.
I lie I >ACe t'OUKre**.
IlEiti.i —Tho German
Ooverni issue invita
tions to Congress until
tliodifli subjects to be
considei cd. The gen
eral pro om eocourug- 1
iug. Germany will claim preco
ilenco by prescriptive right, whclh
o • Bismatck attends or not.
ftitrnmsblfi* s'ti oil In an dm lite.
London, March 13th.—Lloyd's
steamship Sphinx took fire with
2,000 Circassians on board, causing
thu loss of 700 of thorn. It was
flred by the Circassians during an
emeute. They previously plunder
ed tho vessel.
A IBol.ictill.l In EngJniiU.
London, March 13.—A store
room, erecting at Woolwich Dock
yard, fell to-day burying hundreds
of workmen in the ruins. Many
Others were seriously injured.
Aiioiiier liin'l mi t'H.snifMae's
III* II its.
Paris, March 13.—Deputy Louis
Aubrietix has scut a challenge,
which has been accepted, to Paul
De Cassagnac, in consequence of
an article iv tlio Pays.
The *4rtnul IlnUo Postpone. Inn
Constantinople, March 13 —
The Grand Duko Nicholas's visit
to the Sultan has been postponed
until tbe treaty is ratified,
Wln.l Ariiieiiln IViuifn.
Pf.RA, March 13th.—The Arme
nians intend to petition England to
obtain for Turkish Armenia, at the
Cougress, autonomy under Euro
pean guaianteeor protection;other
wise they fear that Russia will en
courage Turkish mlsgovernmeut to
furnish a pretext for Russian ab
sorption of the entire proviuce.
S FASHION m&
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNO,
MAIN S*t\, Opposltg Arciulin St.
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double,
and Haddie Horses kepi, eonstmuiy uu
i hand for theaeeonimodallou of the pub
lic. Hones Boarded by the clay, week or
j month at reasonable rates, Conveyances
i furnished for private or public occasions
at the shortest notice and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First CJacs Establishment
In Sou hern California.
Jailtf WILSON & YOUNG, Prop*,
Exotic Gardens & Nursery
' tftiS LOS ANGELES fcTRKET, in rffflk
Z£z roar ot Cathedral. Z£Z
I would renpocM'ully announce to my
old customers and the public generally
t bat I have on hand and shall keep eve
.•rytbiug In lay line of business—TßEKS,
SHRUBS, PLANTS, etc., wholesalo a*l
retail,and at LOWEST PRICES.
Orders from abroad promptly cxc -tiled
and satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de
livered tree of charge in tho city.
LOUr.S J. STENGEL,
mr2-?m Formerly Shseffer m Stengel.
The Steams Ranchos,
ALFRED BC49IUNM>.\, '. nislcc,
Mi Mnrket Ht.- X.m Frum-meo, Cal.
O/* 4 U \( \ ACRES OF LAND FOR
Cj\J 9 \J\J\J sale, In lots to suit, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
I Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
i Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
' Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc, and also many
J thousand acres of
\ Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able fer Dairying.
I Good water Is abundant at an average
I depth of six feet from the surface. On al
[ most every acre of this laud FLOWING
! ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and
i the more elevated portions can be in i
: gated by the water of the Santa Ana river.
HOfltol these lauds are naturally moist.
requiring only good cultivation to product
! TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In
' one, two and three years, with 10 per cent
I will lake pleasure iv showing these
lands lo parties seeking land, who are
Invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchuatug elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles couuty, D«c. 24,
Nos. 143 and US Main Street, Los Angeles.
Having resumed tho business of curriago
making In ail Its branches, Is prepared
to nil orders lv that line.
j CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & WAGONS
Of every description constantly on hand
and made to ordor. With flrst-clsss work
men of twenty years' experience In the
trade of Oils section of tbeState and us-
Imr none other than the best of materi
als, the public are assured of thorough
satlsfa n iion at lowest possible rates. The
patronage of his former customers is re-
"Quick Hales and Smalt Proflte."
"A Nimble Sixpence is better th in a
1 Slow Slillllng,"
j mrlltf L. LICHTEN BERGEK.
P O E, L 18.
50,000 Orange Trees,
FROM THREE TO FIVE YEARS OLD,
AT FROM $10 to $20 per 100.
Specimen trees c.in bo sot.n at the Auo
llou House nf w. 11. NOK.TIIUKAFT,
corner of Spring aud Market streets, or
by vls'.llng tiie Nursery, within ton min
ute's drive oi the Court House. U>lm
To House Owners.
It is now the bost season ol'the year to
paint buildings. lie not deceived Into
buying WOrUUMI paint mixtures, hut
call ut tho PAINT DEPOT ot
Foster, Howard & Co.,
No. 7 ARCADI A HLOCK, and examine
samples of the BEAT PAINTS lv Ihe
nwrket hcloro Inlying. KB-PUICKs LOW.
Silver taken at par. The c.irrcnt pro
mtum allowed on gold and greenbacks.
~~ A PHYSIOLOGICAL
View of Marriage!
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lyj O ■ P4V IctiiitttUntial Tr«ati«a on thr
<>i inamtjrt and
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r ANO mv ol Rfproduetwi .in
( , A PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISTR!
(tri til d!«ur<i*jriof a rnvatc Nature ari»ioir imm Soil
1 1 ic< . Bxccaeea, or Secret Ujic-hsls, wffk tho boii
...... t .11 m- M< iarf PW». prtoMictt.
A CLINICAL LECT'tral on (!■.> abom dUta*** nrul
■ -r ol . ■"■ Throat nnd Lua|«, Catarrh, Rupture, tin'
Dp<ltm Habit,**-., price Mel*,
! ". • 1 book icnt poitpaidon r»e*ipt pi price i or all three,
tontainlu JUHr MM*. UautifuUy iiru«i rated, for T* cU.
Addruja DU. BU I ra, .No- N*. en, fit. fci Leuia. M»
Largest Auction House In
H. R, BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
•w-regular sale on Saturdays
will commence at 10% o'clock a. m. Spe
cial Sales mado at any time.
HOUSES, WAGONS, aud all kinds of
goods bonsai and sold.
.iaietf H. R, BROWN.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOU. HERN CALIFORNIA.
83. "W. ITOYES
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite ihe Court House, and will he
pleased to nerve Ills old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
Work, I Intend to make ray charged less
tliau those of anybody else In the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
eenl. for the llrst 31000 and one per cent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE, HORfiKS,
WAGONS and all kinds of property, and
N. H.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
A. m. ami clone at 4 p. sc.
K. W. NOYK-4,
Oldest Auctioneer In Sout hern California.
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
(from St. Paul, Minnesota,) is now to bo
126 Main Street,
Next tbo Marble Yard. *end along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses, Bug-
Ktes, Wagons and oMierineroliandise you
may havo to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday moiotog at it o'clock ureclse
ly. Real Estate sales also attended to.
41 EI Moiino Farm."
For business ami educational reasons,
desiring to rotnovt into Loj Angeles, l
" XL HOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and ouUbnlldlngii
horses, mulns, wagon, harness, ngrioul
tural Implements, etc., lor tiie term of
TWO Oil Til KICK YKAKS.
Tho farm consists ol' L'ol acres, on which
are 40,00.* grape vinos, over 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 000 lemon
and lime trees; also a Dumber of black
walnut, pecan, almond, tig. apricot,
plum, pencil, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; two or three acres of alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable land, and
THE WfTOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence is a spacious
batb-room, supplying hot, ooTj and
shower bat lis. There is also a BILLIARD
KOOil, table and appurtenances.
Tho farm Is most eligibly situated In
the FRUIT BELT of the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Ix»s Angeles
city, ami near thu Railroad .Slution of
Han (iauriol Mission. 11 not leased,
I WILL SELL THK ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, to-wlt: One
tbirdcHsh, tin' balance fn one, two, tbree
and tour years, at ll) percont. Interest per
annum interest, payable semi-annually.
E.J. C. KEWEN,
v.-. In.v II Strclllz Uuildiiiß, HprlngSt.
M. F. Bulletin and L'bn.nlele copy. o2llf
IHS J- OX M X O SUIT.
5000 Acres of tho Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The bestorange uud. semi-tropical fruit
land In tho State; located in the heart of
the San Gabriel valley, and In the midst
ot theoldest and largest vineyards aud
orange groves of Los Angeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land from this Association receives
not only Ills land but also a proportion
ate ihare of an inexhaustible waier sup
ply, the most complete irrigat ion sysiwu
in thestale, which has cost the Associa
tion already over S 10,00!) for ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water In iront of
every lot. Churches aud school houses
on the tracts. Tho s. I*. K. K. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards ou these lands
and In the vicinity test their
capability lor this culture. The title Is
perfect. Grant bargain ami tale deeds
given. Prloei reduced to suit the times.
A map of the Tract may be seen at the
office of P, Beaudry, No. 81 New High
street, Opposite Pico House.
All com mun lost ions addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
P. W. WOOD, Hec'y.
nl.ltf Los Angeles. Cal.
Containing five rooms, In the heart of the
city. Splendli view and good location.
A six mom dwelling honse, in good lo
cation; close to business portion of the
city; has just boon newly painted and
papered. Apply to
P P. HKAUDKY,
No. SI New HighSt..ripp. Pico Home,
An elegaut BILVEU - MOUNTED
HEADSTALL. Mexican Btyle, solid .11
-ver, will be rallied at tbo Palace Saloon.
100 CHANCES AT »1 EACH.
So bar bill to pay. olltf
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 18 and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. aUJtf
Wm. It. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS OF TlTLE,lncluding every
transaction from tbo earliest dal«s to the
present time, made with accuracy and
SB-ALLEN'S UUiniNO, comer Spring
and Temple streets.
James (J. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE—Temple Block (part of Old Bank
Commissioner of Deeds for Ihe State of
Indiana. s9 1m
1 have removed my ottice lo
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining the new Po9tofficu.
T. X>. MOTT.
I). B. FARQUHAU, Proprietor.
Adjoining tho Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving or de
part ing from Los Angeles. Street cars to
ail parts of the city. Everything new
U'ld clean. Board by the duy or week at
reasonable rates. n24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
I-OH ANGELES, 0A1..,
S. W. CRAICOE & CO..
The st. Charles Is located In the busi
ness centre of the city, and is Ihi largest,
most elegant and completely organised
Hotel in Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
HT*Western Union Telegraph In Hotel
Mojavo Junction, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED <fe*
to receive its numerous pat rniiH^jL
nnd tbe traveling public iv general. Be
ing entiri-ly new aud splendidly lur
id.sliod. It aiTords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to none In Southern California
THE B Alt Is supplied with the cboigest
brauds of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant 11ILLIAUD HOOM Is also
Attached to tbe bouse.
All truius slop ben; for breakfast an.i
supper, it is tiie point of departure for
tbe celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, l.on. Pine, Cerro Gordo aud l'an
amint. Tlieotnoeof tbe
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of c
tiavcllng public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS * IiOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. UOL, Proprietor.
SIERRA MAD RE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on tho mesa or table
lands of the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Command* a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the Han Ga
briel orange groves; is four miles from
rallroHd uud telegraph stai ion; house en
tliely n**w, lighted by gas, aud contains
alt modern conveniences.
A School forchildren on the premises.
For particulars Hildiess proprietor, P. O.
Box IUI, Los Angeles.
. M i l!L
I offer my place, Ihree-quarters ot h
mile from Downey City, on th« Wilming
ton road, adjoining the O-dlegeJ at a bar
gain. It comprises
Kifleen of which are in fruit, of choice
varieties. There are eight acres of Mus
cat grapes. Cotiilortable house ou the
LOW HUGE A KKASONABLR TKKMH.
Immediate possession will be given, lj
desired, with thu entire growing crop oJ
fruits, etc. Water rtghtaUacbed to lund,
but no necessity tor use. Apply to
Jyt 6m O. 11. ALLEN, on (be premises.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
XT"o- H TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
i> Los Angeles. He lias the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
Cult'ornia. His old customers and tbe
publio will find It tbe placa to get BEST
STYLES uud FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on band. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, lor whom he
has made olothtng.
•TKo necessity to fiend to San Fran
cisco for good fllLing suits. Uec.'fO-il'
BANKING HOUSES. ~
FARMERS' I MERCHANTS'
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL 600,000 CO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
bjAIAS W. HELLMAN, EUGENE MEYEK,
O. W. Cmi.DS, L. C. Goodwin,
CItAKLkS OUCOMMUN, JoSK MABCARKL,
John s. Unims, C. E. Thorn,
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Buy and Sell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
loit as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of Lob Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300.000
AL S. PATRICK: President
K. F, SPENCE Casta**/
M.S. PathicK, S. EL Morr.
A. A. Wilcox, H. Habdry,
M. WoODWOKTU, I. I.A XKKJISH I M,
O. S. WirJiKKHY, Jno. G. Capjton,
J. E. HOLLENBECK,
This Bank is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, aud transact a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at em nut rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Angeles Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. H. SLAUSON President
H. ft. BAKKH Vice-Preside.
J. 11. KLIdOTT Cashi. i
J. S. Si.aithon, P. BeaupßY,
V. A. liOoVKtt, ROBKHT S. H*Ki'K,
J. Bixry, Geo. W. Pki^cott
A. \V, lit) WM A N .
Recelxe Savings Batik deposits.
Buy and sell exetmiigs on Sau Franclsoo,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Buy exchange on nil parts of lite United
status a.id Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tilicate of Deposit, and do a general
banklngand exchange business.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth * Co.'a
—AN n —
Nn. I« Commcnlal uri-.1, uear
Koilroaul D«l>ut. mr2o-tr—
\ . G. JACKSON
Corner tlamcda and Fir.t Street..
DOORS, WINDOWS, BUNDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, laths,
SHAKES, PIASTER OK
PARIS, CKMENT AND
4> » day at noma. ak™ik wnumi.
Outntand l.rm« rr»„. TKUK*
CO., AtiKin*ta,Malin». inarlMAwlr
jf\ *A. H.~ Thl WM laatml
■%? _*■■< Hill Lodga ... h*M SB ■
first MONUA V afaaah BtaakTl
' ▼ v 7:30 p. v. Manibanaf M*kT
plm, No. aw, aud .11 " 1 tTaasan i„
good standing are cordially lnvltast.
By order of tu* W:- Mi- 1
tuts. Smith. Secretary. I
Lis. nngsles Chapter No. 33, «,■• S).~ I
af ■ • "
t Stated coavaaalsas
7', r. v. at' atAMatTflkT
Sojourning saalaaa aa
good standing aorsUalJy la.
vlted. By order mf
s. c. RoY, k. f 7
Lo» Angelas Coanell Ne. I* HaM mm_ "
Select Matters, F. & a. afTT
Holds Its slated usseuibuea oa taa eJk
Monday of each menth at aiaaaaialEaJr
al 7:30 p. v Sojourning (>«ilVha¥l
good atandlug ar. frataruaUjr tJtTtSal iZ *
attend. 11/ordar oftheia\Bl\
It. O. CUNNINGHAM, ataasaJaat
DeJ-ion Coaiaiender, Ma.
Holds its stated conclave* at (ha A —
mm in Masonic jiall, on taa •jTiTI
THURSDAY of eath month, al TV - iITm
P. *. Sojourning Kabrfcta Taaajalar in
good standing are cordially Invito* ta at
tend. By order of the
J. C. Lim.ariai.D, Recorder.
~ I. O. O. P.
.j'jsjjji-, Ana.lita Ladaaa aaau aha*.
.rfSg,. I. «»• " Haaour asMßarM
thin i.. A ige »ia kaaW tm*\V
, M OJSfDA V oveniu. wTeCea,
at Odd Fel ..,*«• Hall, Imw lniH?
Visiting and aojo irnliux brothara la aahai
standing are Invited toattta*l7
p-bkd. W. VooD, M ItJc B g " MAk - *• fc
L<>« Aagrlrs Lodg-eXo. aa. 1. mm mffy
standing aro cordially Invitad.
A. FltAKg, R. P.
Orange Grcvc Encampment, Ne. St, I 0
■■Irnrr Regular meetim** kja»
Wkfß&s.', ! Hacoud vad Tajgiiral
f T I:KH " A VS of task, maaahat
'/t P. it. Sojouralaa* Patrl-
Eft. atiESf •""' Jjn,: • ord, •* l, ' lmrt '
'B. Mahx Wl ck. Scribe. 0- °" LtrS ' 9 '
§ Knights of Pytlifas.
OLIVE LpDCK. lata mtm
meet* .very l Uur«J» .tnafl
7 o'clock, at the oaa*te-9E
Downey Blook. All
in good standing are *>r«laJly TaytMe
«. L A - I>UNSiIOOa,O. tf.
E. Mii.es.K. of ft. a.
Confidence Engine Company Ut. Z.
,5 REGULAR '•■•Mai j
r__g__S_ mt % o'clock. By ordar,
w. s. MUQKS,aW«»aa»%
C. F. HEINZEMAN ft •«*,,
Successora to /. B. SAUNIMUB * aW
DRUGGISTS ANB CHEMISTS,
ViS 31 nlll Street.
Tbe CHOICEST TOILET AUISOMaa,
PUREST I,RUU* and I'ATWIT ataVt.
clnes of all kinds, ava- TrescilptasaasacsiV
fully compouuded day and niakt. aavJSJSg
FRENCH DRUG STOREY
Has been rcmnve'l from atiaNOUVS
BLOCK lo *
Cardona Elock, 118 Maia StM
Opposite the Mariposa Star*.
FRENCH AND OTHER FORKION
PERFUMERY, BRUSHBat AND I
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLHB. 1
aWPrcacrlptions propared with araat
SIR ASTLEY COOPBR'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE t
The great English remedy for Natrona 1
IMbllity. Spei inatr.n l.c. .«i u l . roataMSa% *.
Ueollna of Physical Koice.
The Vital KoMonMl^*
Will positively cur.. Ihajoajrhlr «J
permanently, any caaa of aTX IT A
VITALITY or Nervous Dabllltx. ftm%
acute or of long standing, and la psaer
sex, no matter from what oataaaTare*
The Vital Rcateratlvc
In a thoroughly sclanune pretwitWiHa. \m\
not a quaok nostrum, honost MrjHsß
sato to lake; Is ploaaant ia> i\_m\ mlk
Mippiir-s nt the cerebro-SBlnejt ttm€ nil
jputhetlc ttyiiiem of nervat aew foreOt y
Purifies and EnrlvhoD \
The blood . rejuvouatluf and
intfboth mind ana body. ThMfeaM \
both fn this country and In Vbraae. tiß 1
testirv to the creat restoratiTO prof mUW \
of thU really niedlolna. 1 "
Prlco, ?:« per bottle, or four faIMM tk«
qusntity tor 1 10. Went to any addr«M tm
cure Irom observation.
Addreus all letters to
A. K. MINT!E, M. D. ?
(Graduate of Ihe University of HtsJsm
vauiaaud Ute lie* ilnnt Surgeoa to Ofe
Ort hopaullc 11 o« pi tal of Phi lfttUl
Ko. 7:2 Mmiltfomery St., San FracoiMe,
P. R.-HK. MIN I IK can be
in relerence to the atiovyLH>ui|>lftim^SMsV H *'
1r i. uf!'ifi- hours from it a. i*. to t % Si
dully,and norn ti to s in tl>t-«iiiMß
Sundsyw, Xt a. m. to 1 p. m. rtuialVHll
KKKK. exantlnatton tu4
vice, Full directions and »df teolrdfc
with uvcry i>ucksue of inedleine. lylMr
WA S H I NG
failed for and delivered to any u*rfc
of tbe city,
Reed & Phillips, Adauu flSa
Orders «vi be lon at the boas Stage mf
Mr. Sam Hi llnian, spring SußaSKesaf _\