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VOL. IX.
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BY
»lOHMl»U 13. LY-IVC-H.
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I,AW VERS.
V.E. HOWARD. K. H. HOWARD.
J. BROSsKAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. R is,(itl,«7 and us Tem
ple I'.loeli, third Boor, Los Angeles.
lebStf
HENRY T. HAZAR D,
CTOItIN H V AT Tj A.AY
( 10LLE0TION DEPARTMENT, Q. A.
V' Doblnaon, Manager.
OFFICE — R onis s aud 9 Downey
Block, lasl-tf
S. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 8 and i \
Uncommon a Block, corner Main
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. m:iy7-tr
A.OLASSKLI., O. U. SJIITII
A. U. CHAPMAN, It. M./MITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
a TTORNEYH AT LAW,
»*■ ji
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-Aalrs, U al
A ngeleSi California. , OCS-tf—S ,J
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Dr. kirkpatrick.
Office mot Residence-No. 15FRANK LIN
SI'RBET. Ic.'s-lin
OR. \Xk LTUB LINWL^Y,
-No. 1!) KOIIT st ;.
Between Teuiplc nnd.'l'rnulll i n streets,
Mlit
Or. n. P. RICHARDSON,
a'!syMl»>S:i}i j'luO Purgeou
K-sidcncc, FriellUU.l. Office, No. pillow
lllleliu Vista KlrecTT^^ieVlllock,upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN,
jJOOMSUamI IS.OARDONA BLOCK.
V Residence Downey Avenue, East
i.os Augeles, near the end of street run
nay.
O/Ilrc hours from in lo 12 a. v.; from 1 lo
i i\ h. apai tt
k. iklvTsk, M. 1).
OFFICE IN OARDONA BLOCK, LOS
Angeles, Cal., ne n l v opposite court
House. WOTMSICASI H 01-- FKM4L*ES A
Specialty. anU
J. Bet'litinger, M. !>.,
(OF VIENNA,)
IJIIYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN In
dependent and Kreuoh M. U.Socie
ties, Ooutlatof the French Hospital lv
Sun Franolaoo. All ohroule obstinate
cuses und operations on the eyes attend
ed io,
OFFICE — No, Till Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Realdenee—&£*. cor
nor Musou iiuil I'ueifie streets, sun Frun
eteoo. oca ly
I-ITJG MKS*
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIONOUET'S BUILDINd, opposle
Merced Theater.
R. HUGHES, in reluming tbanka to
thepnblle tor iiiclr liberal patronage,
can with oonfldenoa recommend his
"B -A.THIS
As tho great PUIUFIUII End EQUAL*
JZBKof the banian body, enabling the
Kystem to throw oil" its impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more inspi
ratto.i Of air than can baonlaiuoi by
breathing, hy open Ing tho pores of tho
iskiii and giving full play to tho inttenßi
ble respiration no neoessary in physical
lioalfh.
o»-a lemale constantly on band to
■jvalton ladles,
Open from 8 A. m. to" f. H. s2:itf
NEW YORK BREWERY
PHIL. LAUTH
to Chris. Henue) Proprietor.
The ULKARKBT, PUREST and HOST
f.KILL! ANT I-AOKK BEER South of
San Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or COTTLBD
li- >k.H promptly attended to.
The celebrated Bear from tills Urewery
defies competition In iho State. mrr*-tl~
&!£ FASHION
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arciulia Bt.
Horses nnd Carriages, Kindle or Double,
and Huddle Horses kept constantly ou
hand for tho accommodation of Ihe nub
ile,. Hqrsps Hoarded hy the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnishod for private or public occasions
at tlie shortest notico and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
Iv Southern California.
JaMlf WILSON it YOUNG, Prop's.
FREE LECTURES.
MRS. BRILLOWSKY
Will |lV{ FREE LECTURES! ror one
month. WEDNESDAY ANDS ATI) RD\Y
AFTERNOONS, ut 2 o'clock ,
ON HEALTH,
At her rooms, at southeast cornor of H ec
ond and Olive streets. I*el7-I m
<4i* f 4) '» dtsyat borne. Agents wanted.
wLaCj Outfit and terme tree. TRUE A
CO., Augusta, Maine. ra.arl4d.twly
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
l'H*aeuff H ra ttttlnc nuhui.
Mo.iavk, April 11.—Mra G N
i Freeman und three children, Mr. p
jI) Moor, A Penguden, Mrs. It H
j Bell, Mrs. G 0 Yount, R Kerebeval
aud sister, Mrs. J G Waterman, X
! T Barnes, Mrs. J Lenoir anil child,
] J V Collins, E Roth, J M .Shannon
; and wife, C Keller, It M Wood ,T E
[Woodward, A Gregg, Mrs. j H
j Dillon and BOD, Mrs. H Douglas
! and two children, It Burredino. E
! E Greet), N Elite.
BMU I'rimcl.ci,— 1 lie Wi.lrr I Olfi
mitialuM.—Allium, llir. p.n nun,
Uruki r.
,SAN FIiAMJISC'O, April 11.—The
Commission, consisting of Messrs.
Kriedlander, Williams, Lincoln,
j liabcnck and Howard, appointed to
! lix water rati s, held a session to
day. The Commissioners devoted
most of the time to an cxaminu
; Hon of value est i ma tee Of (lie Spring
j Valley Water Company, ana, de-
I siring further information, in this
j regard, asked the Company to sub
mit a statement In detail. Tlie
Commissioners on 'lie.part of the
city express the belief that they
will be able to secure rates much
below Ihe prices now charged for
for water, and think a reduction
can be accomplished at tlie meeting
to be held next Monday.
George W.: Abbott, the broker
who tied to Acapulco with $40,000
belonging to the Anglo-California
Bank, was before the Police Court
to-day on the charge of grand lar
ceny, .upon which bo waived an
I examlnjMou, Capt. Lees testified
that ABoott relumed voluntarily
and lmd restored all but a few
thousand dollars of the money, half'
of which would be recovered soon.
Mfc McAllister, for tho defense,
asked tlie Court, in view oT fclie
. Aids as stated by Capt. Leer, and
;In view also ot the physical* ami*
; mental condition of the prisoner, to
set hla bail ,aa low us possible.'
Tbe Court held the prisoner tufin-j
swer In $6,000 bail. <v '
a virri-i lavesefstAtiikn uf ciii*
nine Uih-niiui,.
San Francisco, April 11—It
transpires that A special .secret
agent, sent out by PresidentHayes,
ban been in this olty for several
weeks Investigating tlio Chinese
question, He is an old army com
lade of tlie President —Col. John
U. Sykes, of Ohio. His instruc
tions were to preserve a strict In
cognito so fur as his official mission
was concerned. In his Inspection
of Chinatown and other matters
connected Aith his errand he re
ceived tbe assistance of the Chief
of Police and several of hla subor
dinates. It is surmised Unit the
President's purpose was to obtain
material for his promised special
message mi Ihe Chinese question,
Having fulfilled his mission, Col,
By Ices took his departure for Wash
ington a few days ago.
(*OMMttll*<luM ~f ,1... M«re Trl>-I —
file uio..iij- tnti«t* er tte|»ente«l
unit Corrnborntcil toj 4u iiiu r
\Y lineup,
,San Buenaventura, April 11.—
Yesterday, at the conclusion of W.
11. Hinds's testimony, he was di
rected lo remain in court and Jesse
Jones, one of the prisoners, was
placed on the stand. Ho said sub
stantially! After being solicited by
Sprague to join the party to kill
More he joined them at the little
slough between Sprague's and
I,awton's. On arriving at tho ren
dezvous, he found the balance of
tho party—Sprague, Lord, Chur
chill, Curlee, McCart and
W. H. Hunt. 'Ihey lirst put
the Hour sucks over their heads lor
inaslis and gunny Back! over their
bodies. The feiins were loaded.
Curies took Lord's needle gun,
Sprague had a double barreled shot
gun and a pistol. Churchill took a
double barreled shotgun. Lord and
Jones rode on horseback behind
tho parly, close to or within sight
of the buildings, w here they left the
horses. The parly then went to
tho granary and remained there
while Sprague took a turpentine
ball and placed it against the
straw. He covered it with some
slakes lo pievent its blazing
up too soon. He then joined the
balance of the puty, and they
wailed behind tho granary until
the barn blazed up and until More's
party from the house went to it.
Then the whole party went between
the barn and the house to cut oil'
communication, When More ap
peared at the door of the barn
Sprague lired. More then ran und
after getting away some distance
the whole party lired. After
the second nre, Moro was seen
to limp. After running about
150 feet, he fell. Curlee and
Churchill ran around one side of
the barn and Sprague around the
other side. After running around
the bam, the three ran to the spot
where More fell. When the men
reached More he cried out, "For
God's sake, men, don't shoot;
you've killed me already." SpragUn
exclaimed, "Damn you, take that,"
ami took his pistol aud shot More
in the forehead, The three then
stood over him until they saw
that he was quite dead;
then all started and ran, except
Sprague, who was seined witli a
weakness in his back and was una
ble to move. He thereupon shout
ed to them "Come back, you
d—d cowardly ■ or I'll
shoot you!" Churchill and Curlee
returned, and each taking an arm
of Sprague assisted him to leave.
Meantime, the other four men be
longing to the parly walkod slowly
to the edge of the corral. After
leaving More, the three men joined
the balance of the party, which
then proceeded lirst to the granary
and theueo to tho place where they
left the horses, aud thence home.
At the conclusion of tills testi
mony Cook and Swanson were re
leased, whilo Hunt, to tho astonish
ment of all wdio knew him, was
locked up. This forenoon Cook
and Swunson are being examined
for the prosecution. The public
mitid is vow so thoroughly made up
as to the guilt of the prisoners that
it will bo very diftlcult to obtain a
jury.
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 12. 1878.
Nliu rrnnvl.ci* Bfurkefle.
San Fkancisco April 11th.—
Flour—Quiet and steady; extra, $5}
(n/-.; jobbing, best, $(>;. Wheat-
Market firmer but inactive; choice
milling, $2.1(>®2.12.i; shipping, $2.
Barley—Bull and tending down
wards; feed, $1.16@51.17f Oats—
Dragging; feed, $LBo(<ysl.4o. Corn
—Light atook and held firm; large
yellow, SI.GS; white, $2. Hay-
Good wheut, $17; staple, Sll@sl2.
Potatoes—Firm. California, $2 GOO,
$2,110. Wool-Good demand. Good
long staple, 18@21cj best, 21.J(5;22c.
rruiili['ilni>„ l„ Nt'n»B>it|>i-r Ailver
•i.iua.
San Fkancisco, April 11.—Yes
terday an examination of bills ren
dereifthe city by thu Chronicle and
J'osf for printing resolutions of
intention of tlie Board of Super
visors to do slreet work show that,
in (he two months past overcharges
to tho amount of $1,264.79 have
been made. The bills rendered by
the Chronicle amount lo $715, ac
cording to tlie terms of its contract,
but aro male out for $1,661.72.
Those rendered by iho Post should
be $178, but are rendered ut $993.01.
Both parties, where the contracts
were awarded them to publish tho
resolutions, were required to give
bonds in tlie sum often thousand
dollars for tho faithful performance
of their contracts.
T»-D*9*S Proct'etllnus hi lit* .Mure
dae*
San BrTENAVENTUBA, April 11.—
The prosecution in the More caso
has been all day putting in corro
borative evidence from Swanson
and Cook, tho two discharged pris
oners, nnd two oilier citizens who
were in the neighborhood ut tho
lime of the murder, one of whom
found some crrtridges, shells and a
bullet on tho ground near the spot.
No testimony will bo Introduced by
tho defence, so that it is.cjaaUuin all
tho prisoners will be committed to
await,the action of tho GrnmLTury.
It. is positively asserteiLthat Hunt,
tbe man is the
soul of the plot and that, he had
Witnesses, including himself, ready
to prove un alibi on the part of
caoh of the prisoners, but
his arrest nnd the full confes
sion of Jones disarranges nil.
It now appears that Hickerson and
Brown simultaneously disclosed to
the authorities what they knew of
the matter, each ignorant of what
was being done by the other. De
tective Hall, of San Francisco, was
seeming evidence from both at tbo
same time, wbilo Detective Harris,
of Los Angeles, aud his deputy
were getting a full confession from
Jesse Jones. Tlie last named is
guarded separately from the other
prisoners since bis confession. He
probably would not be very safe at
night in a cell with 111* lato com
panions.
l(i'|i,il»!ll'iilk I'aurns — A|>|»iil,ilMßSlll
vi I, 4'uimr.HNiuikiki Cuiikinitieo.
Washington, April 11.—At the
Republican caucus held last night
jiiu Representatives and -~> Sena*
tors were present. Blame and
Conkling were absent. The caucus
appointed a National llepublicau
Congressional Committee, the nom
ination of each member being by
Ihe respective .State delegations, as
follows: Maine, Hale; New Hamp
shire, Rollins ; Massachusetts,
Crapo; Rhode Island, Burnalde;
Connecticut, Waite; New York,
Hiscoek; New Jersey, Sinnicksou;
Pennsylvania, Campbell; Virginia,
Jorgeusen; North Carolina, Urog
den; South Carolina, Raluey: Ala
bama, Spencer; Mississippi,
Bruce; Louiaian, Kellogg; Ohio,
Foster; Tennessee, Thorn
burg; Indiana, Sexton; Illinois,
Oglesby; Missouri, Pollard; Arkan
sas, Doraey; Mlolilgan, Hubbell;
Florida, Bishee; lowu, Allison;
Wisconsin, Cameron; California,
Page; Minnesota, Dunnell; Oregon,
Mitchell; Kansas, Phillips; Neva
da, Jones; Nebraska, Paddock; Col
orado, Chatl'ee; New Mexico,
Romero! Washington Territory,
Jacobs; Dakota, Hidden; Wyoming,
Cortell.
No member was appointed from
Delaware, Maryland. Georgia,
Kentucky, Texas, West Virginia,
Utah, Arizona, Idaho or Montana,
no Republicans being among their
members.
Sargent offered a resolution re
questing the President to rescind
the order forbidding ofllee-holdors
from participating in primaries,
conventions, etc. Ho made a
speeeli attributing Ihe recent Re
publican defeat in California to
that order. Referred to Congres
sional Committee on motion of
Edmunds. The proceedings were
entirely harmonious.
1:1011'- Itevnilllliiu lull iMlueeil an
ilie Neiuitc.
Washington, April ll.—BßN
ATt:—Dennis presented Montgom
ery Blait'S resolutions of the Mary
land Legislature in relation to the
Electoral Commission, and moved
its reference to the Judiciary Com
mittee. He took occasion to ex
press his dissent from the action of
the Legislature and his opposition
to anything that was likely to re
vive scenes of strife nnd discord.
Tbe resolution was referred as In
dicated.
Tlie Pan anient Won't.
Washington, April nth.—The
President does not seem tho least
disturbed by tho action of the
recent Republican caucus. Those
nearest him socially aud political
ly say there is no probability
whatever that ho will do as re
quested by tho resolution of Sena
tor Sargent in caucus last night
rescind his order forbidding the
participation in political meetings
of officials iv the Executive branch
of the Civil Service. These friends
do not think it prabable that any
such request will be made by the
Congressional Committee, though
they may confer with the President
ou political uflairs generally in
view of the approaching election.
They say that tho President never
declines to listen attentively to
suggestions, but whon he makes up
his mind as to the rightfulness of
any measure, he adheres to it. Re
publicans in Congress, for the
greater part, will endeavor toavoid
a direct Issue with tho President,
however much tbey diaagreo with
him in aomo of his political
measures.
ntkrufik, Urue, wm Aaill.Olllu.aa
■Oiisnre.
Washington, April 11.—During
tho morning hour Sargent called
up his joint resolution on the Chi
nese question and urged the neces
sity of restrictions upon Chinese
immigration.
Buil.luriboMrtrllnr.il Lnril l.'li
rim—Blaattaeftfal Riul
London, April ll.—The scenes at
Lord Leitrim'* funeral in Dublin
yesterday were very violent and
disgraceful, A mob that gathered
in front of the church endeavored to
capture the hearse, declaring their
intention to drag out the corpse.
Tbey vituperated Ihe late Earl as
"an old lulllan and heretic." They
also climbed tho wall of the
churchyard, hustled the mourners
and cheered, yelled and hissed
during tho rending of Ihe service.
Several mourners were roughly han
dled while endeavoring to make
their way into file churchyard. All
of them had to pass out by nn un
frequented way in the rear of the,
chinch to escape violence..'Fifty i
constables were present, hut were
wholly insufficient to cope witli'
the mob, many of whom wero
drunk,
lii.i Ilin Si nk uf War,
London, April 11.—Grand Duke
Nicholas has again demanded pos
session of tho forts ou the upper
Bosphorus. Also tbo immediate
evacuation of Batoum.
A Vienna dispatch says that
Austria seems to consider Gorts
chnkofi's answer satisfactory. Two
Russian army corps have entered
Roumania atGiurgevo. „■
Btfgtlal, tYikr ,'ri'liikriKlt.rs ■"HLJ
War i'<iii
London, April H —For the pro
tection of ships in (lie Mediterran
ean from torpedoes, a number of
steam launches will be sent to Is
mail and other stations. A num
ber of torpedo boats were sent from
Chatham dock yard to tho Mediter
ranean yesterday. A chartered
steamer is now loading a large
number of them at Victoria dock,
the intention being to supply each
vessel with nt least two torpedo
boats. Additional thirty-eight ton
guns aro also shipping for the
Mediterranean in London docks.
The warlike preparation* of the
Russians and Turks about Constant
inople continue.
Apprehensions are expressed in
Bucharest that the Russians intend
forcing strict martial law. Gorta
cbakotr has requested the Rou
manian Government to repress the
bitter tone of its press regarding
Bessarabia and the two years' oc
cupation of Bulgaria.
The ultimate elt'ect of Gortschu
koffs circular is not reassuring.
i t is said hero that ibe Government
cannot accept the invitation to
formulate counter proposals, and
that the question must be settled by
tlie Powers jointly.
Prluea ftliirut Dead,
London, April 11.—Prince Lucian
Napoleon Murat la dead.
Alfnlik Ileniiillt 1 ,i; ul I-ciici".
Vienna, April 11th.—Iu Vienna
the present deduction is that ihe
hope heretofore held out from St.
Petersburg of a renewal of Confer
ence negotiations is not confirmed
by GorTsohakotf'a circular which
says nothing about accepting Eng
land's condition for going to the
Congress. Without some such con
cessions on the part of Rus
sia, no Steps can be
taken toward a peaceful
settlement. The fact that tbe cir
cular was telegraphed to London
during the debate on the address to
tho Queen excited remarks. A
special edition of tho Times con
taining it was issued about 8 o'clock
Tuesday night. Sir Win. Vernou
Harcourt and Leonard Henry
Uourteuay distributed the papers iv
the House of Commons. The in
ference is that the circular was es
pecially framed with a view to In
lluencing public opinion here, nnd
harried into the House of Commons
in the hope of affecting the vote on
the address.
Tbe Turkish authorities ntTene
ilos request lustruotiona from the
Porte in view of tlie disembarku
tiou of Uritish murines to guard
their depot of war material on the
Island.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS.
HENRY CJirxiO
Hus removed Ols Agricultural tmple*
tnent Store to
No. 24 Aliso Street,
Next door to t.umhnuru A Turner. mBl lm
To House Owners.
It is now tha best season oftho ycnr lo
pnint buildings, lie not deceived into
buying worthless paint mixtures, but
cull ut Ihu PAIN I' DEPOT ol
Foster, Howard & Co.,
No. 7 ARCADIA BLOCK, nnd examine
samples or the best paints m the
market before baying. ttS PRIUKS LOW.
Silver taken at par. The current pre
niium nllowcd on gold and greenbacks.
Ina7-im
Notice of Removal,
Monday or Tuesday Next
I Wll.b KKSIOVK MY
BOOT AM) SBOK STORE
Erom 101 Main strecl,
To No. 38 Central Block,
Spring Street-
I shall bo glad towelcomo my custom
ors at ray new quarters.
a, s. Mcdonald.
foS-t tt
MISCELLANEOUS.
Largest Auction House in
the City!
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT*
Two doors East of Old Stand, on COUIIT
ST., opposite Court House,
mr REGULAR SALE on staturdays
will eominenoe at IOVi o'clock a. m, spe
cial Sales made at any time,
HOUBi:s, WAGONS, aud all kinds of
goods bought and sold.
Jttl6tf H. It. BROWN.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOU : HERN CALIFORNIA.
m. W. ITOYBS
Hai opened, out at No. I MARKET ST.,
oppositetlie Court House, and will be
nMBRva to serve his old frlonds and the
"pubHc. Particular attention paid to Heal
Ksiafc sales. Regular sale days f<ir
■Worses aud rollingstock,
WEDNES L*>AYS & SATURD A VS.
As I haw no partners ami do my own
work, f intend ti> make my charges less
than thoseasMemyTtody else in the busi
ness, charjMi? on real estate two per
cent, for tbanrm'ilODO and one percent,
on all sulnsfabow? that amount.
WiH buy \KUHNITUKE, houses,
WAGONS and ull\kiuds of iiroperlJCpnd
pay cam. 1 *
N. B.—Saturday's sales com nre nee at 10
a.,m« and (dose at 1 p. k.
' E. W. NO YES";
Oldest Auctioneer in Sou t born CauXorhla.
nvlll
an in a
, -»' NEW PLACE.
ALFRED MOORE,
(from st. Paul, Minnesota,) is now to be
found at Jfej
20 Spring street,
Next tho Dollar Store, send along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Hones, Bug
gies, Wagons aud ot her merchandise you
may hava to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday motnlng at 11 o'clock precise
ly. Heal Estate sales also attended to.
n3O-0m
TO LEASE.
"ElMolinoFarm."
For busiattsa and educational reasons,
desiring to remote Into Loa Angeles, I
will If-aso
" EL HOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and out-buildings
horses, mulo-i, wngon, harness, ngricul
tural imp lements, etc., for the term ot
TWO OR THREE YEAU3,
Tho farm eonststl of '204 acres, on Whleh
are4o,ooo grape vines, over J.uou orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 60(1 lemon
and lime trees; also a number ot black
walnut, pecan, al mood, tig. apricot,
plum, pencil, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; tWOor three acres of alfalfa, fifty
seres vacant arable land, and
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
WA PERED,
Attached to ihe residence is a spacious
balh-room, supplying hot, col i and
shower bal bs. There is also a B] LLI AUU
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm Is most, eligibly situut- J in
the Kill Hl' BELT of tho
San Gabriel Emission Valley
About eight miles east of Los Angeles
city, and near the ltaltroail Station ol
Sau Gabriel Mission, if not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
PROPERTY
On advantageous terms, to-wii: Ouo
t bird cash, tbe balance iv one, two, three
and four yeara, at 10 percent, interest per
annum interest, payable semiannually.
E.J. C. KEWKN,
Nos. 10 .fe 11 Strolila Building, Spring si.
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o'Jltf
FOR SALE
IrV LOTW TO SUIT.
5000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
ter Association
Lands.
The best orange ami semi-tropical fruit
land in the State: located in the heart of
the San Gabriel valley, aud in the midst
ot theoldest and largest vineyards and
orange groves of Los Angeles eounly.
No water rates charged* Tho purchas
er of land from this Association receives
not only his land but also a proportion
ate share of an inexhaustl ble water sup
ply, the most, complete irrigation system
iv Ihe state, which has cost the Associa
tion already over $40,000forditobea, pipes
andreaervolraalone. Water in irons of
every lot. Churches and school houses
on tho tracts. The s. P. It. H. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
aud vineyards on these lands
and In the vicinity test their
capability for this culture. The title Is
perfect. Grant bargain and sale deeds
given. Prices reduced to suit the I ImeS.
A map of t he Tract, may be seen at the
oflleo of P. Boundry, No. Xl New High
street, opposite Pico House.
All communications addressed (o tbo
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F. W. WOOD, Secy.
ii i v f i.os An*elos* OaJ,
CIGA X S !
IIIJCiO HKEMEIt,
p::oi'iuktou ok tue
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW DE FOUND AT
txo. n MFBIIVCt ST.,
At the ICey West Cigar FaOtory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufaciures HA
VANA TOBACCO Into cigars of approved
brandN. He aNo deals in tilt lines of
Smokers' Articles. Glvo him a call.
mrls tf
s%*mi*»**WP*lnn.l Uorphlno hsMl absolutely ami
I 1 111 ■ 1 t imnl. Tainlc*!! iioj.nl.ilrilr.
Ilrl I I Iwl Senilßt*umitnr i«rtirul*irH. Er. Ctirl
%mfmm AvAU^' l,l "'
my 2-8 in
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, 1 ;
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Room! 13 und M, MoDonald Block,
Miiln Ht., LOS ANGELKS, Cal.
«ept(ttr
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL KNUINEKR AND SURVEYOR.
Boom 41 Temple Block. slStf
Wm. 11. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examinor of Titles.
ABBTACTS OF TITLE, Including ovory
Transaction from tho earl Jest dales to the
present, (line, made Willi accuracy and
tli°l>Htch.
MTALLEN'S BUI M Ml, cornet Spring
aad Temple streets.
.1 iiiiics C. Kays, „ -
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
VEYANCER.
OFFICE-Temple Block (part of old Hank
Building).
Commissioner ol'Deeds for the Stale of
9
REMOVA L.
I have removed my office (o
10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining the new PostoAcs.
T. I>. MOTTC.
<123-l til
J. A. OABBV. Tllos. A. I'An.lx.
DOWNEY CITY
REAL ESTATE AfiENCT.
Ranohos, House*. Lota and other Prop
erty Bought and Sold on Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. PAGAN Is also an Attcrnpy-nM.uw.
mrio.r
1
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUL & CO..
Proprietors.
The St* Charles la loot*ted In t lie busl
neaa oentre of tha olty t end is the largest,
moat elegant and completely organised
Motet in Southern California.
Free coach to the houso.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
HT Western Union Telegraph in Hotel
oflice. JylUf
MOJAVE HOTEL
>lojavo Juuctiou, Cal.
rpniH lIOUSK tSNOWPEPARED Mk
X lo receive Its numerous patronsJ|»jL
and the traveling public In general. lin
ing entirely new and splendidly iur
nls hod, it afford! superior accommoda
tions.
ITS TABLE D* HOTE
Ls second to none in Southern California
THK BAH is supplied will, tlie choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLI AltO LOOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast nn 1
supper, it is tho point of departure lur
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Fine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
amint. Thcofrlceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of c
traveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS & BOYO,
fe3Mf Proprietors.
THE
Commercia! Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THK ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THE CITY.
V. DOIh Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA HI A ORE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lands of the Hlerra Madre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the Ran Ga
briel orange groves; is four miles from
railroad and tclegruphstatlon; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A School forchildren on thepjemlses.
Kor particulars addiess proprietor, P. O.
Box 11 ii, Los Angeles-
A PHYSIOLOGICAL
View of Marriage!
■OBIVIBJHBeHBBBJiVej V fluids to Wedlock am)
S".*JT#J ™ ■.unrtiU'tiMal Treatise on th*
BiAitL mm tit mm % I' 1"'" 1 * °' *n*rriaga runt th*
tBß3D«iaßaaaaaißaaaaaajaj,, ti ia t uMinint tin- *c-
. ras.it lloproductlon an-
I WW 'IfIBTTfIJ A book toi t. ivat*, eonald
iLif'lklklF 'I*l "tt' reading HSU pages, pric<
f " ■
" A PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISERI
On all ul aPrtvato Nnturo arming trum Sell
ALucc, Excesses, or Sooret Diseases, with tha be>>
Uu itn* of nurr, CM Inrp* nairn*, pries M) eta.
A CLINICAL I.ECTintK on the abovo rtixwiei «i»t
of tlie Thro it ami Catarrh, Rupture, :'■>■
Opium Habit,Jkc.,nrlca 10 eta.
Lithtr brnh MM postpaid nn rteeipt ot price; or mil three,
fjiinlNininc _W i»j»*£*-■>, hvautifutlv illuttraieil, !<>r 7S eta.
-Vii . £>&. DuTTB, Ho. U N. All St. St. liOuU. Sl*
«.r»9<r"
MISCELLANEOUS.
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEM PLE Block, Spring street,
Ixis Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEHT STOCKED TAILOR
ING! ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
C'sll'ornla. Ills old customers and the
public will find It the place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOEBKINB,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CASBIMERES,
VELVET & BILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin*
clpal icentlemen of the city, lor whom he
has made clothing.
WNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. dec.3o-tf
BANKING HOUSES.
MERCHANTS'
HA.IN It
Of Los Angelea.
CAPITAL 600,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HKI.LMAN President
■ —— Cashier
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAIAS W. II KM.MAN, EtJOFNE MEYER,
0. W. CHII.DS, li. C. GOODWIN,
i'li icl.is DUOOMMON, JOSK M AHI'A l:KI„
JotlN S. GUIKKIN, C. E. THOM,
Frank Lkcotjvkkuk.
Kichunge I'm sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN anil HAMBURG.
Hecoive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
liny and Hell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay th. highest price for Gold
and silver Bullion.
From and sfterthls date,on all moneys
betas Term Deposits. Interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Blink
Of Los Augeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M.S. PATRICK President
E. P. BPENCE Cashlar
PIRECTORS.
M. s. Patrick, S. H. Mott,
A.A. Wii.cox, H. Ma bury,
M. YY'oojjwokth, i. Lank lksiiim,
<>. s. Withkrby, Jno. O. Caphon,
J. E, HoLLENBKCK,
Ttiis Bank is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, issue Certificates
of rtf'P"Sit, and iransact a general Bank
ing liu-Tiness.
Collections made and proceeds remitted
atciurent rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIN STREET,
Los Angelea Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. SLAUMON President
l(. s. HA KER Vicu-Pn sidout
1. M. EI.LP-IT Cashier
HI RECTORS.
J. S. Si.aiison, P. Bkaudky,
V. A. lIOOVKII, ROBKHT S. lUKFR,
J. IIIXBY, Geo. W. PkkscotT
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Ravines B ink deposits.
Uuy and sell exchange on san Francisco,
New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and
Prank fori.
Buy exchange ou alt parts of the United
.states avid Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
hankingand exchange business.
J. M, GRIFFITH & CO
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
DEALERS IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
-ii-
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'b
LUMBER YARDS
— AND —
PLANING MILLS,
Ift Commercial MrMI, near
Knllrond Depot. rar2o-tf—
J. G. JACKSON
I-,iiinl>oi" Dealer
Corner Alameda and Fir»t Streeti.
DRAI.KR IN
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES. PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
HAIR.
$X o I Per day, at home
O H ipjUKJ samples worth fl,
free, stino.n A Co., Povtland. Me.
marUd w
NO. 316
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Notice.
A *»*'i» lodg. m, r.
_ * ,*• ".-The slated meeting.
\ Y»' this Lodge are held on Ihe
first MONDAY of each inouio at
i „ 7: £L p - «■ Members of Pentaj
pha. No. 202, and all Master Mason. In
good standing are cordially invited
By order of tbe W:- M:
_Chas. Km its, secretary.
Lis Angeles Chapter No. 33. *>.
■:■
„*^ ==== - i *% s _ Slated convocation, on 2
r/Ti\J MONDAY of each monlh
I/JAA I 7H p. m. at Maaonle Hail.'
lea Iffl'l Sojourning companion, in
■TV jC*B good standing cordially in
f»V« vlted. By order of
8 - O. FOY, H. P
1 I Ham-. Fkaoib,
.wat Secretary.
Loa Angelas Council No. if, Royal a**
Select Masteri, f. ««. ■~
Holds lv stated asKembltes on the eta
J! 0 mon,h « Masonic Hall,
at7:3o P. H Sojourning Companions In
good standing are fraternally'lnvlted 1°
attend. By order of tbe TIT. Ilr.
H- Q- CUNNINGHAM. Keoord.r.
TEMPLAR
De Lion Commander* No.
Holds Us stated conclaves at the Asy
lum In Miisonic Hall, on tbe Third
THURSDAY of each month, at 7X o'cloak
p. m. Sojourning Knight. Templar In
good standing are cordlully Invited to at
tend. By order of the
J. C. LiTTLEriKLD, Recorder. ' *"
i. o. o. f. !
Augellte Lodge fHo. lam.
I. «». «». r.- Regular meeting*
ot this Lodge are held every
. Z77\, MONDAYeveulngatSo'eloei
at Odd Fel .<,*»• Hall, Downey Bloc*.
Vislllng and sojourning brothers In rood
standing are luvlted to attend.
,„ „, M. LEHMAN, N. O.
Fred. W. Wood, Rcc. Sea.
l.oa A ngeles l odge Ho. 3a, I. O. ••»*.
Regular meeting held on
tJgmmt, WEDNESDAY EVENING Ol
h week at V/, o'clock. 80
-■ lournlng brethren In good
slanitlng aro cordially Invited.
J. W. BAUD, N. U.
A. Frank, R. 8.
Orango Grove Encampment, No. 31,1.0.
0. F.
REIJULAH MEETINGS helu
In B 1 "' <!»' Second and Fourth
of each iiioath at
. ?H p- Sojourning Patri
archs In good Handing are cordially In Vl
led to attend.
C C. LIPS, C. P.
B. Marxsen. Scribe.
§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE. No. 20.
meets every Thursday eveninavat
7 o'clock, ut the Castle - Hall,
Downey Block. All sojourningKnlghle
In good standing are cordially Invited.
I. A. DUNSMOOR.C. C.
C. E. Milks, K_ of K. a.
. ' *
Confidence Engine Cpmpany No.-,*.
A REGULAR MEETINGS ol
I this Company will take pra.ee
yjgL on the first Wednesday eve-
nine of each month, at fi
-MlffiVwygy. o'clock, liy order,
W. s. MOORE, Secretary.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE I
The great English remedy for Nervous
Debility, Spermatorrhea and r'rematnre
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly nnd
permanently, any case of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long standing, and in either
sex, no matter from what cause pro
duced. - * -
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription. Is
uot a quack nostrum, hence perfectly
safe to take; is pleasant to tbe taste,
supplies to the cerebro spinal and sym
patbetlc system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The blood, rejuvenating and reinvlgorat
lug both mind and body. Thousands,
both in this country and in Europe, can .
testify to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, $3 per bottle, or four times the
quantify lor £10. Kent to auy address se
cure from observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to the
Ortuopcedic Hospital of Philadel
phia,}
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
Sole Agent.
P. s. -DR. MINTIE oan be consulted
In reference to the above complaints dur
ing office hours from it a. m. to 8 p. M
dally, aud from 6 to 8 In tbe evening.
SundaysjlO a. m. to 1 P. x. Consultation
FREE. Thorough examination aud ad
vice, S3. Full directions and advice free
with every package of medicine, lylstr
The Steams Ranches,
AM'HKI) Kollt nnoV TrNHtce,
543 Marl.. I Hi. % Ham FrsHilsro, Cal;
OS l a/ W \ ACRES OF LAND FOR
OWjV-FvfVr sale, in lots to salt, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Lmu's.Kius, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley.
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average
depth of 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
lated by the water ol the Santa Ana river,
loatot lheae lands are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to prod net
crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In
one, two and threo years, with 10 per cent
Interest.
1 will take pleasure in showing these
lands in parties seeking land, who are
Invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. U OLDEN, Agent. I
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, D«tc. Mt
I 87
Carriage Manufactory,
Not. Il l uud 115 Main Street, Los Angelee.
L. LICHTENBERGER
Having resumod the business of carriage
making In all Its branches, is prepared
lo fill orders lv thet line.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & WACOM
Of every description constantly on ben 4
■mil madetoorder. Wiihrir.t-olaMWora.
men of twenty i ears'experience Iv the
trade of this section of the State and a*
int: none other than the beet of mater!
ills, the public nre assured of thoroutrl
satisfaction at lowest isw.lble rate.. Al
patronage of hla former customer. Ie 99
spcctfulTv solicited.
"ijuu'k Sales and Small Profile."
•a Nimble His pence Is better than t
Slow Shilling."
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