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Howard, Brosscuu & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 68, «7 and B8 Tem
ple Block, third lloor, Los Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
. \ ITOIIIN EY A.T LAW
COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, Q. A.
OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
S. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 8 and 4
Ducommun s Block, corner Main A
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. mny~-tf
a. i) I.ASHkI.I., o. H. SMITH
A. B. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
i.IFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stairs, l*.s
\ nsreles. California. oe'i-tf—2
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A.TTORMUY - AT - 1., A. W,
ROOM 60, TEMPE BLOCK,
LOS ANUELES, CAL. JylSlf
Office nnd Residence-No. 15 FRANKLIN
DR. WALTER LINDLEY,
No. 19 FORT ST.,
Between Temple uud Franklin stree s.
ft 11 tf
N. S. OIUKKSON, M. 11. 1.. K'GUInK, M. o.
Drs. Gibersoii & McUuire,
(Successors to Dr. T. S. Stan way,)
Office, Main Sheet, over Dotter 4 Brad
ley's Furniture .Store.
Residence, 1101 Mum street, ut the tu.it
of Third oSOlm
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
l'liyt-iiciun and fc^ui-jj-oou
11 '.Idunye, Fort Hill, t OfDce.No. 19DQW
iliietiu Vlstu street. ] neyßlock,upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
UOOMSllaud 15, CARDONA BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avonue. East
Los Angeles, uear the etui of street raits
inn. o hours from 10 to 12 A. m. ; from 1 to
I p. m. apis) tf
K. D. WISE, M. I>.
/\KKICK IN CA It DON A BLOCK, LO*
\J Angeles, Cal., ne irly opposite Court
J. Bechtingcr, M. D.,
EUY.4ICIAN TO THIS ITALIAN IN
dependent and French M . It. Mocle
. Oculist of the French Hospital in
Baa Franeisea. All chronic obstinate
cases aud operations ou the eyes attend
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner ot Kearny. Residence—HE. oor*
M ii.m )ii and Pauj in- streets, San Frun-
UpiiiJo. 003 ly
Dr. A. Loowenhorst,
O HIRO PO D I HT.
Extracts corns without using knives,
files or acids. Cures bunions, in-growing
nails, etc., without pain. Ladies and
gentlemen desiring to havo operations
performed can havo them dove ut their
residences without extra charge.
Pleuse address through Poatoftico or
|ekve order $at his Institute, Northwest
gorderof Spring and Fourth street.
CHARGES MODE HATE. leltHf
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Successor to Chris. Heune) Proprietor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAG ER BEER South of
Oxdere for DRAUGHT or LOTTLED
JTR promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery
defies competition in the State. mrfi-tf
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIGNOIIET'S BUILDING, opposite
R. HUGHES, in rolurnin* thanks to
the puhllo for their liberal patronage,
can with conlldence recomtneud his
As the great PURIFIER tnd EQUAL
IZER of the human body, enabling tho
system to throw olf its Impurities aud
Riving to the lungs one-sixth more lutpi- |
ratlou of air than can beoDtalnel by
breathing, by oponlng the pores of the
skin and giving full play to the insensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical i
War A female constantly on hand to
Open from 8 a. h. to 7 f. m s'iJtf
Burnell & Clem*"--*-
Landscape Card* .or* and
fstt No. IN I
Los Angeles Daily Herald
I'HH.euaere Uoina* Nunii,.
Mojave, Marcli 14.—J Danker
shim, W Farrell, H A North, Miss
C E Cheyenne, W Taylor, C X
Lambie, J s Bonham, j shackle
ford and wife, M J Kdgar, Miss M
Mnnell, Miss R Benson, .Mi- S
Watson, PProst, O It Wood, M G
Davenport, Miss C Shackleford.
WibtNooviilt!—Oflieer Siiioi — went tier.
Watsonville, Cal., March 14.—
A substitute night watchman was
shot by a man whom he caught
stoaling wood last night. The
wound will not prove fatal.
Weather cloudy with occasional
M«*r. nine l-» tin,* I 10., Nlt.tletl,
Eureka, Nev., March 14.—Un
expectedly the recent rumors of
more litigation between the Eureka
Consolidated aud Richmond com-
panics turn out lo be true. Tile
Richmond, In this Instance ia the
pluintiff. The necessary legal pro
ceeding! have been commenced
and nn Injunotloo against Eureka
is to be applied for immediately. It
is the general belief that the Court
will grant an order restraining ihe
Eureka from further extraction of
ore at Ihe point in dispute, the
same being the lOtli level. Papers
were served this morn
ing on .Superintendent Don
nelly by Under Sheriff Nelson.
The opposing attorneys will be
mainly the same as before. The
ore in controversy is within Ihe
lines of Eureka's claim as deter
mined by the late decision of Judge
Field, but the Richmond, having
appealed from that decision to tbe
United States Supreme Court, holds
that the ground cannot be worked
by either parly until a final deci
sion is bad; in fact, it appears that,
by orderof Judge Field in similar
case-, mine companies have been
made to bide the dual decision of
the Supreme Court. If these prem
ises are properly laid, it is quite
likely that" Ihe Richmond will
obtain un injunction against the
Eureka. There is hardly a doubt
that Eureka will ultimately mine
the ground, but the case may be
kept in the Supremo Court for a
year. The only immediate effect
of Ihe present proceedings will he
to interfere with the ore supply of
the Eureka. The 10th level has
been yielding the largest part of
the ore necessary to keep the fur
naces iv full blast. It is at this
point where the rich lead of ores
smelted during the past few months
was obtained. A general impres
sion here is thut other portions
of the mine will produce a
suflhient quantity of ore to render
the stoppage of furnaces unneces
sary. There are some persons, of
course, who think differently.
Whether this new and totally un
expected phazo of litigation be
tween these two leadingconi|'iinies
will operate to interrupt the regu
lar monthly dividends of Eureka
Consolidated remains to be seen.
Sacramento, March 14lh.—As
sembly—Johnson moved the re
consideration of tbe vote by which
the House yesterday postponed In
definitely the newspaper retraction
bill. Carried; ayes 40, noes 20.
Johnson then moved thut the bill
be recommitted to the Judiciary
Committee, with instructions to
report one week from to-day.
Johnson presented a petition
from 300 citizens of Sacramento,
asking for the repeal of the specific
coot root law.
HHwelfeN* lS»..rm lv W.-Hl VJiifl.kln.
Wheeling, w. Va., March 14 —
A heavy storm Mouilay unroofed a
number of bouses, killed a great
quantity of (tool and inflicted
oilier serious damage.
Off (lie Trnra,
Cheyenne, Wyo., March 14.—
The west bound passenger train
was thrown from thu truck six
miles west of North Platte, at 2:30
this morning, by a broken rail.
The engine and mail car passed
over all right, but the baggage car,
two coaches ami sleeper were bad
ly wrecked. No one was hurt.
There were three emigrant cars at
tached to the rear of the train
which were replaced on the track
and taken buck to North Platte
with the passengers, who will re
main there until the next regular
Iralu west In night.
The Colorado Central train, so
long snow-bound ut Taylor's and
Lone Tree, urrived here to-night.
Washington, March 14.—1u the
Senate the West Point appropria
tion bill was amended ami passed.
Tho House debated ul great
length on the diplomatic appropri
ation bill ami then amended it,
making it the duty of Consuls to
make quarterly reports on exports
and imports, aud annual reports as
lo wages of labor in countries to
which they aro accredited. The
bill was finally passed.
A bill to aid Bennett's Polar Ex
Ht'.tvj Nli.rmn l i OI.I»—(Vul* »".,.
Cincinnati, March 14.—Advices
from the. interior of this State in
dicate that the storm of tbe past
two days lias been one of much se
verity. A great amount of damage
has been done to property general
ly, and especially railroad property.
A large portion of the lower part
of Mansfield, Ohio, ia covered by
water to a depth of three feet, cov
ering the first floors of many dwel
Tbe Oazclle publishes dispatches
from filty-seveu points iv Southern
Ohio, Indiana and Northern Ken
tucky, from which it appears that
the prospect for a large crop of
wheat is exceeding good. The av
erage sown last fall was larger than
ever known. Not oue unfavorable
report has been received, although,
from a fow rmfnta llioi-n « -----
A SojEWWleee ttswtn.
Waahijjwtq*, Mann 14th -The 1
nanftoeratlu oauoua jrsu-ruav, onl
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15. 1878
the army bill, proved unsatisfac
tory, only thirty or so being pre
Tbe Liiui.iniui Quandary,
New York, March 14th.— Tho
IfcraUl't New Orleans special says
there appears little doubt that the
Legislature is held iv extra session
for the purpose ot accomplishing
the Returning Board pardons. It
was stated this morning, by un
doubted authority, lhat fourteen
Democratic Senators hail agreed to
stand by Governor Nicholls iv
pardoning Anderson, and they
would delay legislation.
TIM NuTni Appropriation inn.
Washington, March 14.—The
navy appropriation bill recently
introduced iv tbe House by Repre
sentative Civmer, appropriates a
total sum of $14,048,084. Through
out the bill specilic objeots of ap
propriation are slated. Only one
million five hundred thousand dol
lars are appropriated for the pres
ervation of vessels on stocks and
for the ordinary purchase of mate
rial and stores of all kinds, pay
ment of labor in navy yards and
at foreign stations, preservation of
materials, purchase of tools, wear,
tear and repair of vessels alloat,
and protection of the navy on the
line, together with incidental ex
penses, such as advertising aud for
Washington, Marcli 14th. —A
number of pension bills passed tlie
Senate during the morning hour;
among them one granting fifty
dollars a month to the widow of
Hear Admiral Charles Wilkes.
Washington, March 14th.—
House—The House went Into
Committee of the Whole on the
bill extending the time for the
withdrawal of distilled liquors from
Washington, March 14 —Sen-
ate —Voorhees introduced a bill
providing for the payment of all
Customs duties and all other obli
gations due the United States iv
legal tender notes at par, except
in cases where it is otherwise ex
pressly stipulated on the face of
obligation or contract. Referred.
Consideration was resumed of uu
finished business, being the bill in
regard to a Pacific Railroad sinking
fund. Matthews spoke in favor of
the bill reported by the Committee
a h-'j on tii« :'• if.N-i*,«ciu<, ism.
Washington, March 14.—The
Senate Sub committee in charge of
the various bills concerning trans
continental railway communica
tion on or near the thirty-second
parallel, reported favorably on the
Texas-Pacific project and submit
ted to the full Committee a copy of
the bill agreed upon by the House
Pacific Railroads Committee. The
full Committee began the disous
sion of the measuro and adjourned
until Tuesday next, when final ac
tion is expected.
Tlit-k.-y Looking; Alter tier Troiioti"
London, March 14.—Hobart
Pasha haa been ordered to sail for
the coast of Thessaly. The Turks
have devastated eight Christian
villages in Crete and massacred
many people. The Thessalian in
surgents claim to have defeated the
Turks with the loss of four hun
dred. Accounts are conflicting.
l)l|>U>m,*(lc null War Intellljcf lire.
London, March 14.—1t Is report
ed that Greece will bo admitted lo
The British squadron of the Med
iterranean is now at Besika Bay.
A Vienna special says that the
Roumanian agent will to-morrow
hand Count Audrassy a memoran
dum intimating tiiat Roumania re
fuses to abide by the Russo-Turkish
Vienna, Marcli 14.—The Hunga
rian delegation to-day voted in
Committee B grant of 3,720,000
llorins for urgent and extraordin
ary army and navy requirements.
Constantinople, March 14.—At
the request of Layard the .Sultan
has approved a charter for Protest
ants of Turkey similar to that
passed by the Greek Armenian
Vienna, March 14.—Russia has
intimated her desire that the Con
gress meet on the thirtieth of
March, the twenty-second anni
versary of the signature of the
treaty of Palis. The Austrian
Government firmly anticipates
that the Congress will assemble on
Berlin, March 14. —The Auglo-
Austrian demand that tbe whole of
the Itusso-Turkish ugreomeut shall
be submitted to tho Congress arises
from tho belief that special und
secret arrangements have been en
tered into, independent of the prin
llroiiulil Out of llie llnvk at Likl.
London, March 14.—The Wivern,
a turret ship built for the Southern
Confederacy but detained by the
Uovernment and ever since moored
in the harbor, has been brought to
Devensport Dockyards to be pre
pared for commission.
London, March 14th.—In the
House of Commons this afternoon,
Sir Stafford Northcote, in reply to
a question, said the Oovernment
had agreed to take part iv the Con
a li.« o■* I * rViMi.MN DroeuKl,
Brest, France, Marcli 14.—
Thirty six persons attending a fair
here, were drowned to-day by the
capsizing of their barge.
LUX 11 L -1 LXl—m
_tm. M A A A9M_ SAlarVa
■ n VJ fill MM w«ntaU ia aril rurbt^aQootUtb
Nk. I #1111 Expanses r»U- > '
ml% I Al 111 drme.A ÜBAMTi CO., ifo.X
▼ ■■»Wi,»<tam cinomuu,«
a' niock, second
1. T. TAYLOR'S
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Hones "nil Carriages. Single or Double,
and Saddle Horse, kept, constantly on
hand for the accommodation of the pub
lic. Horsoa Boarded by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at tho shortest uotico and jpon as reas
onable terms as al any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
inlilt WILSON 4 YOUNG, Prop's.
Exotic Gardens & Nursery
ijgft LOS ANGELE* STREET, In 1*0)
3E rearoi Cathedral. z££
I would respectfully announce to my
old customers and tho public generally
liiat I have on hand and shall keep eve
ryihlng lv my line of business—TßEES,
SHRUBS, PLANTS, etc., wholesale und
retail,and ut LOWEST PRICES.
Orders from abroad promptly oxe 'uted
nnd satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de
livered free of charge In the city.
LUUIS J. HTENOEL,
mrS-7tn Formerly Shaeffer A Stengel.
The Steams Ranchos,
ti riii.n K1»BIKN»N, Trainee,
» fj Mnrhot St., H:\xi FrnnciHco, I'm.
Q*f 1 4 U U I ACRES OF LAND FOR
OV/)UUV/ wale, In lots to suit, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Fins, Almonds, Walnuts, Teaches,
Apples, Tears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Harley,
Flax, Kamlc, Cotton, etc., and also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able for Dairying.
Oood water U abundant at on average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTEBI.YN WELLS can he obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be irri
gated by the water of the Santa Ana river.
Most <>t tho«*e lauds are naturally moist,
requiring only gnud cultivation to produei
TERMS—O •.•-fourth Cash; balance lv
one, two aud . tiree years,with lv percent
Iwlll taste pleasore in showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
Invited (o como and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. 11. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dec. 24,
Nos. 141 and 115 Main Street, Los Angeles.
Havingresume! (ho busi ness Ot carriage
1 malting In ail It* branches, is prepared
: to all orders iv thiH line.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & WAGONS
Of every description constantly on hand
and made to order. With first-class work
men of twenty years'experience in the
trade of this section of tho State and us
ing none other than tho best of materi
als, tho public aro assured of thorough
satisfaction at lowest po.-sihle rates. The
patronage of his former customers is re
"Quick Sales and Small Profit*,"
"A Nimble Sixpence is better than a
inrfttf L. LIOBTJBNBBROBR.
IP O B S_-A. Xj El.
50,000 Orange Trees,
FROM THREE! TO FIVE YKARS OLD,
AT FROM 810 lo 820 per 100.
Spociinen trees cm he scon at the Auc
tion House of W. H. NOBTHGRAFT,
cornercf Spring and Market streets, or
by visiting the Nursery, within ten min
ute's drive ot the Court House. 125-1 in
To House Owners,
It Is now the best season ortlie year to
paint balldlOKS, tie not deceived into
buying worthless paint mixtures, but
cull at the PAINT DEPOT ol
Foster, Howard & Co.,
No. 7 ARCADIA BLOCK, and examine
sumples or the BKBT PAINTS In Ihe
market before baying. «8-PIUOES LOW.
Sliver taken at par. ihe current pre
mium allowed on gold and greenbacks,
Cnu be found in
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
View of Marriage!
aYvV''tf u^-l ;gf Wl A and
tl mit a lutioi ..I narriage and th*
lA NO, ' «:rvti of Haproduotio* am
[ T g \\ |J ij B Wsj A book lor priTalf, cott»id
-11 i Fil tvl a.l falH "ff iiUi rtadiiijt HBU ]>*-»i, piic;
' A HHIVATE MeDIQAL ADVISE,!!
On an diaorderi ot a/Frivato Future arigjujt tmrn Soli
Abuse, Exceanea, or Secret XUbcmbb, wtlu th# bun'
[ueiiin of wre. 214 larnmua, pricet»eU.
A CLINICAL 11KCTTTRE on th* abort diat-awt and
[hum at'lhe Throat sad Lunga, Catarrh.Rupture, hi<-
Opium Habit,**., price ISata.
I. ,-■ r»■■ ■■ k **nt poilpaitlnn reeelpt ot prlec; or all three,
ti.iitainiTitt.MiOjiapvi'jJbeautifully llluitrnted, tor IS rU.
Addrcaß J J1". BUTTS, No. Ul N. urn St. 8L touia. AlO
For Sale Cheap.
A Cottage and Lot on Hill
St., Noar First,
Commanding a view of the ocean and
valley. The undersigned will dispose of
tbe above property, with a view to im
provo and build on the adjoining lots.
Apply to M. KELLEHER,
Office—No. I Turn pie street. dtfT tf
IkApmii year to Agents. Owyft ami %
Na, VHllll> to ■ a " < fc '«» »'or taenia nd-
Largest Auction House in
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
BarIIEGULAII HALE on Saturdays
will commence at 10. o'clock a. m, Spe
cial Hales made at any time.
HORSES..WAGONS, aud all kinds of
goods bought aud sold.
Jal6tt H. It. BROWN.
OLDEST AUCTToN HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
lE. W. ITOYES
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular Ml 6 days for
Horses aud rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, L intend lo make my charges less
than those of anybody else In the busi
ness, charging ou real estate- two per
cent, for the first 81000 and one percent,
un all sums above that amount.
Will buy FU RNI TURK. HO RS EH,
WAGONS and all kinds of property, aud
N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
a. m. and close at l p. k.
E. W. NOYES,
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California.
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
(from St. Paul, Minnesota,) ll now to be
12(5 Main Street,
Next the Marble Yard. Wend along your
Furniture, .stoves, Budding, Horse*, Rug*
gles. Wagons and oilier merchandise you
may have to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday mot ning at 11 o'clock ureclso
ly. Real Estate sales also attended to.
For business aud educational reasons,
desiring to remove into Lo* Angeles, I
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and nut-buildings
horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc., for the term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 201 acres, on which
are-10,00;) grape vines, over 2,000 orangfl
trues, 700 English watunt trees, tftlO lemon
and lime dees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almond, tig. apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; twoor three aen-s <,f alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable laud, aud
THK WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY I
Attached to the residence is a spacious I
bath-room, supplying hot, col i Nnd
shower bal lis. There Is also a 111 uLIA iii>
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm is most eligibly situated In
the FRUlt' BE LT of the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Loi Angeles
city, and near the Railroad Station ol
San Uabriel Mission. If uot leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, to-wlt: One
third cash, the balance In one, two, thn-e
and tour years, at 10 per cent. Interest per
annum interest, payable semi-annually,
E.J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10*11 Ktrelltz Building, Spring *L
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. oDltf
lIV LOTH XO SUIT.
5000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The bostoraugH itnd semi-tropical fruit
land In the State; located In tho heart of
the San Uabriel valley, and lv Ihe midst
ot the oldest aud largest vineyards ami
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 a proportion
ate share of an Inexhaustible water sup
ply, the most complete Irrigation system
in tbe state, which has cost the Associa
tion already over $10,000forditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water lv trout of
every lot. Churches and school houses
on the tracts. The s. p. R. R. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
aud vineyards on these lauds
and in tho vicinity test their
capability for this culture. The title is
perfect. Grant bargain and sale deeds
given. Prices reduced lo suit the times.
A map of the Tract may be seen at the
office of P. Beaudry, No. HI New High
street,opposite Pico House.
All communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F. W. WOOD.Sco'y.
ul.lt f Los A uncles. 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 boeu newly painted aud
papered. Apply to
y P. BEAUDRY,
No. 81 New High SL.opp. Pico House.
~ . —
An elegant SII.VK.It • MOUNTED
HEADSTALL, Mexican .tyle, .olid .li
ver, will be r&ffled at tho Palace Saloon.
100 CHANCES AT $1 EACH.
No bar bill to p«j. olltf
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 111 nnd 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. slDtf
Wm. If. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS OF TlTLE,lncluding ovary
transaction from the earliest dates to the
present time, made with accuracy and
OS-ALLEN'S BUIDINO, t oruer Spring
and Temple streets.
James C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE—Temple Block (part of old Bank
Commissioner of Deeds for the State of
Indiana. *9 lm
I have removed my ottlce lo
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining the new Postolflce.
T. 13. MOTf.
D. B. FARQUHAR, Proprietor.
Adjoining tho Uulon Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving or de
parting from Los Angeles. Street oars to
ail 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. Charles Is located in the busi
ness centre of the city, and is the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel lv Southern California,
Free coach to tho bouse.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
OS"Western Uulon Telegraph in nctel
>£oj.uvo Junction, Ottl.
THIS MOUSE IS NOW PEPARED $A
to receive its numerous patron sJfc"M,
and the traveling public in general. Bu
ing entirely new and splendidly fur
nished, v aflbrdfl superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to Done In Southern California.
THE BAR is supplied with tho choicest
brands of wines, liquors nnd cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the hou.se.
AH trains slop here for breakfast an.)
supper, it Is the point of departure for
the celebrated luyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo ami Pan
am int. The office of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is al this hotel, Tho patronage of i
traveling public Is respectfully solicited,
MATT HE Wis A BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. I>OL, Proprietor.
SIERUA MAMIE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
in mis of thu Sierra Mad re Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
aud mountain, overlooking the San Ga
briel orange groves; is four miles from
railroad and telegraphstatlon; house en
tltoly new, lighted by gas, aud contains
all modern conveniences.
A School for children on the pjemlses.
For particulars addioss proprietor, P. O.
Box 1111, Los Angeles.
I offer my place, three-quarters of a
mile from Downey City, on the WtlmliVK
toa road, ad Jul ni fig the ai a bar
galu. Tl comprises
Fifteen of which are in fruit, of choice
variotiss. There are eight acres of Muse
oatgrftpes. Comiorlable house on the
LOW PRICK A REASONABLE TERMS.
Immediate possession will be givon, li
rietfir*d, with tvs enilrv growing sjsp of
Irults, etc. Water right auoahod to land,
but no necessity for use. AppJy to
Jy46m o. H. ALLEN.on thspremises.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
"VT"o. 12 TEMPLE Blook, Spring street,
J3I Los Angeles. He has the LAROEHT,
PiNEHT AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern
California. His old customers and the
SubllOMTlll find it tbe place to get HE.- i
TTLKS and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal aentlemen of the city, lor whom be
has made clothing.
eso-No necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. decUO-tl'
~ BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL 500.000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
I.SA lA3 W. H EI, OMAN, EdOBNE MEVKK,
O. W. CUll.ua, L. C. Goodwin,
CHAUL..S DOOOMMVN, Josß MASCAKEL,,
John h. Grippin, C. E. Thou,
Exchange for sale ou
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Hut und Hell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Sliver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
leitas Term Deposits. Interest will be til
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. S. PATRICK President
K. F. HFRHCB Castle'
M.S. Patrick, 8. H. Mott.
A. A. Wilcox. H. Maburv,
M. Woouwortu, I. Lakkrrbhim,
O. S. Wituerby, Jno. U. Capron,
J. X, HtH.I.KMIH X,
This Bank is prepured to receive de
posits on open account, Issue C'ertiflcatee
t»f Depoflltf and transact a general tiauk
Collections madeand proceeds remitted
atuutrent ralt-s uf exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Loa Augeles „ (Jul
Capital Stock (paid up), 300.000
J. s. hIjAUKon Vrtn
K. s. HA XXX Vic«-Frvsldent
J.M. KI.LIOTT Cashier
J. S. SI.AUHO.V, P. ItEATJItKY.
V. A. HOOVRK, ROBKKT X HAICBH,
J. Bixnv, QWQ. W. VktIt SCOTT
A. U*. Bowaian.
Receive SavinfiP Bank deposits.
Buy and sell exetitkUgu un San Francisco,
New York, iLoudun, Paris, Berlin uml
Buy exchange on ai) parts of the Unite.l
States aod Europe.
Receive money ou open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, Jin I do a genera;
bankingand «xabiinge business.
M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'9
— AND —
Ho. te Commercial street, uear
Kallro»d neitot. mrto-tf-
J. G. JACKSON
C«rmr Alameda and Firtt Streets
DOORS, WINDOWS, 111 INDB,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PIASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
at 41 m aeyat heme. Azents wani'd.
Outfit nnd term. free. TRITE*
tV> , Aiicilst*. Maine m»rMi!*wl v
t\ Los AnircfcH i case j ->. 42. r
A. 2i.—The stated meeting.
>f "Sr nf this Lnjge are held on the
first .HONDA V of each monfj at
' v N 7:30 c. m. Member...! Feniai.
pha, No. 802, and 11 Mastn Mesons In
H'.oJ standing are cor iially invited.
Hy orderof the W:- Mi*
CHAR. Rh3T3, P' . erarv. a
1. ;<!«* -«B?ter s.«. 33, «:■<-.
ttstrite-j convocations on *J
• ' I sue:. l iOßili
7-fl p. at Masonic ifall. .
So:„tirnirijr companions in
good standing cordially iv.
vlted. By order of
< • F'»y, h. P 1
L-. Coortf! fin. 11, H«|kl anfl
. ». a g, _
Hold-, itsetated . • ni,;!e» oi 'je itu
••»•>'' month t' «»<■::■:,; Ujli
" T:; ' ' . ■ ■ . bk In
• V'tl i |„
-:er«r ib- 11".
It. '" S
KNiOHI .. 7 i-Aft
i at t!« AHy
e ' hiM
1 . .. oovk
p. v. HtJouram . s. •» 0 , roplar it,
goo.i Rtw:<t>n ; i nr-d to ;
tend. By order of loe 3SB
■1. C 1 JTixEniti.n. llecorder. ; ?
T.~c . J7F. ' •
' . ivory
Visiting andeojo j rwlrotbeniu good
standing are lnv (, txuec< .
„„,. „. M. LEHMAK, 11. O.
Lo. Aiibc r.t ; ~. 33, O. O.F.
jto.u.. . meeting neld on
"-'■oSF' "' ' ?*> o'«J»ck. Bo
lourntnj breibren in good
standlr.g aro cordially Invited.
. „ J. V,'. BA HD, N. O.
A. Fr/Ntr. I>. S.
On Ur: tsmen!, Kt>. 31,1. 0.
Hgg,'f l-11-'iCL/.R MEETINGS held .
mfMmW ■'■ ' " Second uid Fourth
- V<* of each month al
iH p. H» &o.'',i;rnmg Patrl
■"i I*1'* 1 •-• -»re cordially lnvl-
Lou lo utLOnd.
„ ~ c. c. lips, c. p.
B. JdAnxgEN, Scribe.
Kr.tghts c! Pythias.
Z&kfi <~-U-r,i j.oDCE, No. ae,
' '■ Castle-Hall,
Dojney L,ock. it foJ..uining Knlgnte
in «o ,v ■ ■ r-ltallv invited.
C K. Jlir.-fi. :•. of H. h.
C'.r.firj . ucmnaß? Nc. 2.
t- ' .-iEEMNaa oi
tfksi .. / take place
' ''Jresday eve-
, : each month, at «
"'"** . .-iocretary.
C. F. & CO..
feuoT". j R. >;..urDEJW*OO
7*3 >Isifi~. Stroet,
Tbe CHOICETOILET ABTtCLKn,
the ' «5
■ ■ - PATENT MEDI.
clues ol (,;! kin is. eir Prescriptions care
lully compountj d Cr.y and night. no2-tf-»
Hi-s been remove i from SIGNOItETN
... :k to n
Cnrdona Block, 118 Main St.,
: -pn.?r* fie Iposa store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PATEK. MEDIC NLB.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
Wl'itscrJi tl- ns fcparcd vltli great
Mi', -.- icoopeb«s
VITAL RS.;'. C-RAT;VE I
'I'll" ■-."•!. . r N'orvoue
•'*>»• - . i-'jii.i,tur«
Declm-i f. ;•. ... >c ». Th
Tfhs V.t.»: ri&e-.orattve
Will ' - il > ..cgbly nnd ,
f '• XHu S.'BD
v ■ ' -.i-, either
acute oi-1 ~ ig.i.ci in either
.-■• x, ' o mutter 0 c tise pro
The Vkal Rear . rative
I" • t a, le
" m r Skhr
s ' tb« laSle.
»>n .• ■ .•: ai.d sy-av
paihetlc system of nerves titw force, '■,
Purifies end L-nrEchot) ;
I !>«• H •> . ■ ns :.u<l ■ ..... jgoral
• ' . ,and«,
•>'•'•• ' '- , can
" :• c properlM*
of this really grtat u,*di..lne.
r !< or lime, tbs
<i"»>'■"■ • «i v addressee- ,
cure lrotn obscrvntion.
A. E. MiNTiE, M. I),
tGradur te of Ihe Unlvers"- ol 1 cnneyl
vaniaana • nt Snrfccn to the)
Ortb , lilludel-
Ko. 7iS Montgo: -s.iu Franoiwo,
Hole. son:. S3 .
In reterence lo to- ■ - no n nisdnr*
In.'* . ■ lo 8 p. w,
cIhI i-. ninA.
sno < ■ . iotattoa
FKKK. 'loin uud ad
vice, sr.. tun diree ngaud auvicelNtf*
with < v . .. lylitf
Called for and delivered to any pxri
of the city, by
Kccd & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders cki tie leti »t the took store of
Mr. Sam Hi tin, in, ring fit tKJoIWf
■ ■ <■ .