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"uMlhikm! eve, y morning except Mou
JOWMPH U. LYNCH,
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
Pr uuuura, by mull or express 810
B x months " " 6
Fare* months •* " - 8
0 -llvered by carriers, per week 25 cents
1 i)S ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
In pnfclishtd every Saturday morning.
'> fee year,by Baal I orexpreas,onecopy..saut
N k monthsi '* *• " '* ... I*£
three " " ** *• " ...I 01
\ilverMsemeutH Inserted at reasonable
in KititlM ol Job-Work ilouo So
<-onapete wills Nsp rranolaro In
I'rlce.Htjle, nml Eloffnuee ol Work*
V.E.HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 68,67 and 68 Tem
plo Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, G. A.
OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
3. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and I
Duoommun a Block, corner Main A-
Commerclal streets, Los Angeles. may7-tf
A. OI.AHHKI.I., O. H. SMITH
A .11. I H ATM AN, 11. M. SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-slalrs, Uis
Angelea. California. oe2-tf—2
\V. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ile'Rooms 2 and 3. Allen's Building,
oorner of Spring and Temple St.. nIG! f
Office and Residence-No. 15 FRANKLIN
67. N. P. RICHARDSON,
IMij-Hioimi nnd Purfreon
Residence, Fort Hill, I Office, No. 19DOW
ituenn Vistu street. 1 ueyßlock,upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
aOOMSB,4 I|, LANFRANCO BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avenue. East
tios Angeles, near tho cud of street rail
Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m.; from 1 to
I p. m. ap2o tf
K. D. WISE, M. D.
/\FFICE IN CARDONA UI.OCK, LOS
\9 Angeles, Cal., netrlv opposite Court
house. aWDiskasss or Females a
OR. L. McUURE,
Physiclau und Surgeon
OFFICE—Rooms No. 6 and 7, Lanfi ali
en Block, Main streot. Residence—llo4
Main street, Los Angelea, Cal.
Office Hours—Fjoeu 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
S and 7 to 9 p. at. apl2:r
Dr. N. 8. Ciborson,
Offlco aud Residence—l 33 SPRING ST.,
below Turnvereln Hull, Los Angeles.
J. Becutinger, M. 8.,
PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
depeudeut and French M. B. Socle,
tlos. Ocullstof tiie Frencli Hospital In
San Francisco. All chronic obstinate
cases aud operations on the eyes attend
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—SE. cor
ner Masou aud Paclflo atreets, San Fran
cisco. ocS ly
Russian and Electric Baths,
BIGNORET'S BUILDING, opposlle
It. HUGHE9, In returning thanks to
the public for their liberal patronage,
can with confidence recoinmond bis
As tbe great PURIFIER p.ml KQUAL
JZERof the human body, enabling the
■vitem to throw off" Its Impurities and
glvlug to the luugs one-sixth more Inspi
ration, of atr than can beootalnel by
breathing, by oponing. the pores of tne
skin and giving full play to tbe lmensi*
ble respiration so necessary to physical
ouj)*a lemale constantly on band to
Open from 8 A. v to 7 p. m. s23tf
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Hucceasor to Chris. Henne) Proprietor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
Kill 1.1.1 A NT LAGER BEER South or
Order* for DRAUGHT or TOTTLED
v. •:H promptly attended to.
The oelebrated Beer from thla Brewery
denes oompetitlon In tba Stale. mr6-tr
|P FASHION mf
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON St YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kepi con-tantly on
hand for the accommodation of the nub
ile. Horses Boarded by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at'the shortest notloe and upon aa reas
onable terms as al any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
Jal4.tr WILSON 4 YOUNG. Prop's.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
; San Fkancisco, April 20.—The
following aro the passengers for
Los Angeles by steamer Orizaba,
which sailed at 10A. M. to-day:
; Mrs A Hartvie, Blaster Bnllis,
Col. Wood's Opera A liosquetie,
Troupe, A Bosquette, Jr,
A T McMillan, J Thompson,
H F Carpenter & wife H Califf,
I) McLellan, TCSmith,
A C Hand, A M Belt,
Mrs Moulton, Mrs Templcton,
Miss Overman, Mrs Kdson,
Miss M A Fov, In G L Cobb,
Mrs L L Cobb, M Thorndyke,
Pn*eeiiKer* UiiluK n.iulli.
Mojave, April 20.—A Boynson
aud wife, Mrs Col McElroy, Mrs
Squires, Dr H H Toiand, wife and
family; J Servant, E M Ross, DrH
8 Orme, C VV C Rowell, J Weil, W
J Moulton, N Clark, J B Osborne,
Cept Jaok Weber.
Sun I'ritiielseo .Volt h
San Francisco, April 20.—1u
the case of Mrs. Lydia O'Neil, who
was found hung in her house at
Oakland, ajury, last evening, fouud
a verdict of deatli from strangula
tion. There are no new develop
ments in the case.
Tho German-speaking portion of
the Workingmen's party met last
night, at Humboldt hull, and or
ganized a military company, Willi
about sixty members. The officers
were particular to give out that
the company was not provided
with arms, but observation lends
to (he belief that such is not the
It rained slightly last evening,
witli prospect for more to day.
Nttu Fritucl.cn— MoteNlreel Contract
San Francisco, April 20.—Tho
discoveries of crookedness in the
Street Department continue to
day. Iv consequence of jobi lhat
have come to fight, tho Mayor ve
toed seven authorizations on the
general fund, aggregating about
len thousand dollars.
The case of Hayes, who threw
Kearney olf the platform at Piatt's
Hall meeting, is up again before
the Police Court to-day. An effort
will be made lo make a sensation
out of it.
Amu Friwir-lMit, Sfarkela.
Ban Francisco, April 20th.—
Flour iv fair demand; Extra $6.25
@G. 50; jobbing $6.62$ @ G.B7i.
Wheat quiet and steady; choice
milling $2.15; gooil$2.10; shipping
$firstname.lastname@example.org. Barley dull; feetl
$1.07J@1.10. Oats, choice lots feed
In demand at $1.a7J@1.42J; com
mon $email@example.com. Corn scarce anil
firm; largo yellow $2 87J@1.90.
Hay; choice wheat $16.00©17.00;
stock $8.O0@9.OO; medium $11.00®
14.00. Potatoes; choico in demand;
red $3.00(ri;3.25; early rose $287J;
new $2 firstname.lastname@example.org. Wool firm and
unchanged; burry 12©16; boat 20
@23J; northern 23@25.
f.er,l«»'a I'ntly Frrjmrlue? r.ir luMltr.
rcclou In JUfKluo.
San Antonio, Texas, April 20.—
Lerdo's party of Mexican Indians
arc arriving to raid ou the border
and re-open tbe insurrection agßinst
Moro Irleli Rlol>* la) M»mre:,l.
Montrkai., April 20.—There was
rioting between Protestant aud
and Catholic Irish last night. Many
Ulllnl by Fhllluk MN>M " Mini nit
Laramie City, Wyo. April 20.—
Col. Kleenian, formerly of Chicago
and engaged here in company with
some Cincinnati men in opening
and operating the Sunrise mine,
was Instantly killed last evening
by falling down the shaft of the
Tiie Eneierii Troubles,
London, April 20.—Germany's
efforts at mediation are thusfar un
successful. New difficulties have
arisen. Russia iutimates that she
has no objection to the Congress
considering all important clauses of
the treaty, but declines to make its
validity dependent upon the con.
gent of the Powers.
There is great mortality in both
armies in the vicinity of Erzeroum.
Typhus is raging In. the camps on
Roumanian authorities are ex
pecting the Russian ultimatum.
EnglaDd has arranged a truce in
London, April 20lh.—The Times
Vienna correspondent is evidently
unaware of the bitch in negotia
tions for a Congress, but considers
tbe change of the ministry in Tur
key as a new element of danger, as
Ahmed Vefyk Effendi's presence In
the Cabinet was a guarantee lhat
nothing would be attempted against
Euglaud. His suddeu removal
looks as though the Russians had
endeavored to steal a march ou
England while negotiations for
settlement were pending. The
week closes with the prospect o
the Eastern difficulty uo brighter.f
A St. Petersburg correspondent
throws the responsibility on Eng
laud, of the alleged failure of Ger
man mediation, in having rejected
the proposal that the Congress
should be summoned to revise the
treaties of 1856 and 1871, and again
insisting on her original condition.
Itiscertaiu that oew difficulties
have arisen. It is said tbat nego
tiations may oontinue aud still lead
to a satisfactory result, but, at pres
ent, delay shows that the former
divergence of views is agaiu ap
San Stefano, April 20.—Noth
ing is knowu here of the recall of
Grand Duke Nicholas from the
command of the army.
St. Petersburg, April 20.—An
order is officially published that
the necessary number of men be
called out from the navel reserve to
form three corps of sailors for ser
vice In tbe fleet, two of which are
to be stationed ut Cronstadt, and
the third at Nicollet)'.
Cimlllli War Preparations.
London, April 20.—The Indian
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, LB7B
Government lias chartered five
steamers for the conveyance of
troops from India. Their primary
destination is Port Said. Two of
the vessels are eugaged for two
months. One of the steamers is
capable of carrying a full regiment.
The Gazette says there will he a
strong combined Channel and Hal
tic fleet formed during the next
8011, Will Wlllnlrnw.
Paris, April 20.—A telegram
from Berlin says that England aud
Russia have ngreed to the princi
ple of a simultaneous withdrawal
of tiie British fleet and Russian
troops from the neighborhood of
Constantinople, but the points to
which they will withdraw are not
Ceverm MeiiiiuirKu, a t<> Nl. Fates*.
Tiflis, April 20.—General Veli
kofTwill leave for St. Petersburg
to-morrow. The Circassian army
corps is to he abandoned.
Breakwater at Santa Monica.
[From Hi j Santa Monica Outlock.]
Capt. B. D. Hawes, of San Fran
cisco, spent last Monday nt Santa
Monica, carefully sounding the
water nroiind;|llie wharf, and in
specting tiie situation generally as
to the advantages offered for trans
ferriug a large quantity of coal
from his vessels to tbe cars. The
vessels draw about twenty-two feet,
and the water is twenty-four feet
deep at the end of the wharf nt low
tide. The Captain left yesterday
morning, with all the necessary
data, and we suppose lie will de
termine in a little while as to what
lie will do—whether he will dis
charge his cargoes at this poiut or
at Wilmington. He, however, ex
pressed a preference for this place,
because, ho saitl, there would be a
difference of at least $500 in the
cost of discharging each cargo.
Now, it stems to us, here is a
basis fur a poleut argument in favor
of making Santa Monica bay a
thorough harbor. This coal,
amounting to 20,000 tons, is for the
Southern Paciflc Railroad Com
pany. The difference between
handling it once here or twice at
Wilmington, will bo nearly $10,000.
Yet this is only one invoice, aud
one article. Acd it must be re
membered that tills county, in
point of settlement and business, is
In its infancy. Hence, auy one
who has faith in the great progress
of this end of the State, can readily
see how Immense the shipments
must necessarily be at the seaboard
somewhere in this section. This
couuty dow has within Its limits
the great railway center of South
ern California; upon its borders
are all the important mountain
passes through which the great
1i ti '3 of railroad must be built; it is
the principal agricultural region of
this end of the Slate ; it is geo
graphically on the great southern
track of trans-continental aud
trans-oceanic commerce. Then it
Is impossible to consider any ex
tended plans of trade and travel
without regnrding with special in
terest the advantages appertaining
to Los Angeles valley. It cannot
possibly be "left out iv tho cold."
If we are correct iv our views, it
must be apparent to the most casu
al observer that the Government
will be justified in making the nec
essary appropriations to construct a
harbor at the most eligible point
on the coast of Los Angeles coun
ty. It is equally plain that Sauta
Monica is the place. It is the natu
ral entrepot to all this back coun
try; the depth of the water is suffi
cient; the area for anchorage will
be ample without requiring the
breakwater to be placed In water
beyond tbe depth of six or seven
fathoms; and, what is of special
importance, there Is an abundance
of tbe best material iv convenient
Captain Hawes, who Is a seaman
of long experience, and wbo has
carefully observed nearly all the
artificial harbors in the world, Is
strongly impressed with the im
portance and feasibility of con.*
structiug a breakwater at this
point. He Hunks about three mil
lion dollars would make Santa Mo
n iua bay oue of the best harbors to
be found anywhere on tho coast —
oue that would be accessiblo at all
times, aud never liable to shoal.
Hence, wbeu once constructed, it
would be a permanent Improve
ment that would never again sub
ject the Government to tbe expense
of dredging or repairs iv any way.
And ho placed special emphasis on
the advantages of the situation—it
being, as he said, the place, above
all others, that afforded the most
convenient connection between
ship aud rail, ou the borders of
Test of the Phonographs.
[From Frank Leallo'd Weekly.]
We have recently had an oppor
tunity of being present ot a very
charming and realistic experiment
upon the phonograph. Madame
Marie HOze, the prima donna, who
has been ciiarmiug us with her vo
cal, artistic and personal graces,
was invited to put tbe powers of the
phonograph to practical test by
warbling un operatic »c«na to tbe
attentive and retentive instrument.
The fair artist ucoepted this singu
larly novel r6le, and tbe curiosity
of those present was on tiptoe of
expectation when she approached
the phonograph. The simple in
strument, not one fifteenth part as
intricate as a sewing machine, re
oords aud reproduces any words or
sounds pronounced or made within
a nroper distance of the mouthpiece,
recording them, if we may use the
term, photographically, reproduc
ing them as faithfully. Madame
R6ze warbled into tbe mouthpiece,
whloh is simply an artificial din
phram, singing an entire socna
from Faust. Was it an encore ?
Had madams beeu giaclous enough
to repeat the toena ? Note by note,
roulade by roulade,shake by shake,
passage by passage, tbe delicious
music came steadily from tbe pho
nograph even more softly, mellow
er, but true oi the score just ren
deicd by tho gifted prima
donna. Madame Roze now
sang a simple ballad, one of those
tender, appealing word songs,
which are more than music, aud
agaiu, in all Its softness, in all its
expressiveness, it was repeated by
the faithful instrument. The ex
periment proved a marveling suc
cess, and the phonograph promises
to do great things in Its onward
Referring to Col. Valentine Ba
ker, the London Guardian, the
representative of the moderate
high church party, and admittedly
the leading organ of the Church of
Euglaud, says: "But whitewash
is also wanted and forthcoming for
Mr. Valentine Baker, an officer
dismissed from Her Majesty's ser
vice on grounds which wo might
willingly have forgotten if bis
friends would have allowed us to
do so. But they will not. On this
gentleman's return from the re
spectable service of the Sultan,
he Is brought forward to chal
lenge not. mere condonation
but glory. By-gones are of course
by-gones. The Duke of Suther
land and a set of Generals dine in
his honor, and the Marlbro' Club
(said to be the most exclusive) elect
him unanimously as a fitting mem
ber of their society, and while a
gentleman with tucli antecedents
is becoming in certain quarters an
accepted London celebrity, the
Turkish members of a literary and
scientific club—no less than the
Athenaeum—blackball a gentleman
of honor, talent, attainment, and
position (Mr. Walter, of the Times)
notoriously on account of alleged
Lots for Sale!
— ON THK
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
Offers lhe best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any that has ever beeu of
fered for Rnlo to the publlo. ■
THK WHOLE THACT IS LEVEL,
Only stimcieuty incliued for good drainage
Tllh! SOIL IS EXCELLENT,
And ol such character that It never cakes
and is neither muddy lv Winter nor dusty
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
la completed and running through tho en
tire land audi now operated successfully
through Park 100 feet wide, o en
Ing Into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT Ob' THE LOS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDBNCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
This Is really the West End of our beau
tiful city, with the beneUt of FREBH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uucontamlnated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at the elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now e.octod and
In course of erection must satisfy any pep
;on desiring a home that this Is the place
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MAPS WILL BE FOUND
At the ofHoe of tbe Farmers' A M
Also, at the office of the Main sire
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W. CHILUS and JOHN Q. DOWNEY
will give special attention to those seek
ing Information. eeptlttr
Largest Auction House In
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Two doors East, of Old Stand, on COUUT
ST., opposite Court House.
or REGULAR SALE on Saturdays
from 9 o'clock a. m. till 4 p.m. Hpoclal
Sales made nt any time.
iIORSKH. WAGONS, and all kinds of
goods bought aud sold.
Reference JR. B. Ilyde.Pres B'k Visalia
by permls'n i F. Spence, Cash Com B'k
Jal6tf H. R. BRO WN. Auctioneer.
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
lE. W. ITOYES
Bm opened out at No. I MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and tho
gubtic. Particular attention paid to Real
state sales. Regular salo days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I havo no partners and do my own
work, 1 intend to make my charges less
than thoso of anybody else in the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the first 91000 and one percent,
on all sums above tbat amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES,
WAGONS and all kinds of property, and
N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
a. m. and close at 1 p. k.
E. W. NOYES,
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
(from St. Paul, Minnesota,) It now to be
29 Spring street,
Noxt the Dollar Store, semi along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horse*, Bug
gies, Wagons and other merchandise you
may havo to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday moining at II o'clock jreclse
ly. Real Estate sales also attended 10.
For business and educational reasons,
desiring to remove into Loi Angeles, I
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including resldonce and out-bulldlngs
horses, males, wagon, harness, agricul
tural implements, etc., for ihe term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 201 acres, on which
are 40,000 grape vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 600 lemon
and lime trees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almoud, tig, apricot,
plum, poach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; two or three acres of alfalfa, lifty
acres vacant arable laud, and
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, colt and
shower baths. There is also a BILLIAUi*
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm Is most eligibly situated iv
tbo FRUIT BELT ofthe
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Los Angeles
city, and near the Railroad station of
Man Gabriel Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
Ou advantageous terms, to-wil: One
third cash, the balance In one, two, three
and lour years, at 10 percent, interest per
annum interest, payablo semi-annually.
E.J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10 A 11 Strelitz Building, Spring St.
S. F. Bulletin aud Chronicle copy. D.UU
I TV JL.OTN TO SUIT.
6000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
Tho best orange and semi-tropical fruit
land In the State; located In the heart of
the San Gabriel valley, and lv the midst
ot the oldest and largest vineyards and
orange groves of Los Angeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land Irom this Association receives
not only his land but also a proportion
ate shftib of an inexhaustible water sup
fily, the most complete irrigation system
a the State, which has cost tho Associa
tion already over $10,000 for ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water In trout of
every lot. Churches and school houses
on the tracts. The S. p. R. R. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards on t bese lands
and in the vicinity test their
capability lor this culture. The title Is
perfect. Grant bargatn and sale deeds
givon. Prices 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 communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F. W. WOOD, Secy.
ttSUI Los Angeles. Cal,
CJ I O .A. I t JS !
PROPRIETOR OK THE
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW UK POUND AT
PfO. 45 HPBING ST.,
At the Key West Cliar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO into olfara or approved
brands. He alio deals in all lines of
Smokers' Articles. Oivo him a call,
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON. ! S
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 aud 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. slStf
Win. H. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS OF TlTLE,lncluding overy
transaction from the earliest dales to the
present time, made with accuracy and
M-ALLEN'S BUIIMXO, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
.rami's C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFFICE—Temple Block (part or old Bank
Commissioner of Deeds for I tie State of
Indiann. si) lm
I have removed my olllee to
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining tho new PostofTlce.
t. i>. j\io r r r r.
J. A. Carey. Tnos. A. Faoas.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Ranehos. Houses, Lots and Other Prop
erly Bought and Sold on Commission,
By Carey & Fag an,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. FAQAN is nlso an Attcrney-nt-Law.
nu 10; f
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANQELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIGUE A CO..
The St. Charles Is located In Iho bust
ness centre ofthe city, and is tho largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel lv Southern Calilornia.
Free coach to Iho house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
aarWealern Union Telegraph in Hotel
Mojsnv** Junction, Cnl.
rpHIS HOUSE 19 NOW PEPARED
X to receive its numerous patronsJfciS,
aud tho traveling public in general. Be
ing entirely new and Hplendidly tar
nished, It affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to none in Southern California
THE BAR Is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM M nlso
attached to the house.
All trains Btop here for breakfast an I
supper. It is the polntof departure for
the celobrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Uordo and Pau
amint. Tbeofficeof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of c
traveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEW* A BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
SIERRA M A IM.'i: VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lands or tbe Sierra Madre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
aud mountain, overlooking tho Man Ga
briel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences,
A School lor children on the pjemlsep.
For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Augeles.
View of Marriage I
■V-fMV-OT-l A fluids to Wftdloek end
V l t * 1.-ihilliKhmml 1 rctttiM .in thr
■ m km *i » J j laiiun ol DitrnaKO nut Hi 1
until tor It the ••-
rxvt ' ot Heproductton *n.
tfHttiybMiNii Diaessss of Wonit
|TWV*l*liW IJ4 A \nx>k lor pi 1 v*t*. romld-
A PhlvAiE iW.DICAL AOVtSFRt
Onslldi-ordariof » Prlvato Hature aming li-oro Soli
Abut*, Execute, or Beeret XSssaaes, with the b«if
uitutiiiifiurt, a« larss PSl—■ pHa* M> ct».
A CL INIO AL LKCrxtrk* OS the ebon lUscknt end
fhrno or ihe Threat sad Lunss, Oatsxrh.aupt a re. Uu>
Opium Habit,4e, pries NtTtv
Klthsr book -ant poitpsMes receipt ot pries; or all three,
containing dOOpnjMjbeautifully UluaUsted, lor li mv.
Addrew DR. BUTTS, No, IS N. Bth St. Bt Louis. M»
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern
California. His old customers and the
public-will find It tho place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal Kentlemen of the city, lor whom he
has made clothing.
aWNo necossily to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf
FARMERS' I MERCHANTS'
Of Loa Angeles.
CAPITAL 600,000 CO
ISAIAS W. HF.LLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
13A1A9 W. IIBI.I.MAN, EUOENE MKYKR,
O. W. Childh, L. C. Goodwin,
CIIARI.KS DUCGMHUBf, JosE MABCAIIKL,
John s. Grifpin, C. E. Thorn,
Excliani;e for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Uuy nnd (Sell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Sliver Bullion.
From and afterthls date,on all moneys
leitas Term Deposits, interest will be al
Of liOS Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300.U00
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENCE Cosliler
M.S. Patkick, H. 11. Mott,
A.A.Wilcox. H. Mabury,
M. Woodworth, I. Lankrhsuih,
O. S. Witjukrby, Jno. W. Catron,
J. E, IIOLT.KNBECK,
This P.ank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact v general Bank
Collections made ami proceeds remitted
at current rates of exchange.
LOS ANKLES tWfVf IAHf.
Lot A ngelos Cal
Capital Slock (paid up), 300.000
J. S. BLAUSON President
K. s. BAUER Vice-President
J.M. KI.LIOTT Cashier
J.B. Si.ATJaoN, P. Beaupkt.
V. A. Hoover, Robert H, H.akkr,
J. Bixby, Geo. W. pKESCOTf
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Isiiy an<| sell exchange on San Frftnclsco,
"New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Buy exchange on all parts or the United
Slates aad Europe.
Receive money on open acemint and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
Itauklngand exchange business.
" J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth A Co.'s
— All -
Ma. 10 t'ommerelal Ntreci, near
Kallroaul Depot. mr2o-lf—
J. G. JACKSON
Corner alamcda and First Streets
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES. LATHS,
SHAKES, PI ASTER OF
PARIS, CEW HNT AND
k I.ob Auitri™ 1 oil K e $o. ta. r.
o\_ * A. M.—Tlio slated ueetlnti
•\t or this Lodge are held on th* '
first MONDAY of enoh monti at
' J 7:30 P. M. Members of Penlai. '
pha. No. ««, aud all Master Masons I* i
good standing are cordially Invited
By order of tbe W:> Ml'
, Chas. smith. Secretary.
■ Lis Angeles Chapter No. 33, R: • j
~ Stated convocations on 1
\ ~Cll MONDAY of each month j
p - M - at Masonio Hall." i
tin 1»7 Sojourning eoinpanJona la .
tLV JT'H «°°d standing cordially In. S
«Nf 54f vlted. By order of
8. C. FOY, H. 1"
I I Bam. Pragkr,
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Revel ■■*) 1
Select Masten, F. II
Holds Its stated assemblies on tb* 4U> I
Mondsy of each montb al Masonic Hail
at 7:80 p. M Sojourning Companl" £in 1
good standing are fraternally invited lo
attend. By order of the Th - . nr.
It. O. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder.
Oe Lion Comrainderv No.
Holds Its stated conclaves at th* Ast
lum In Mnsonlo Hall, on tbe Th'trf
IHUUSDAY ol each month,at7k; o'elnik
p. m. Sojourning Knights Templar ia
good standing are cordii.iiy Invited to at
tend. By order of the
.., r O.
J. C. LITTI.«FIaH,D. Recorder.
I. O. O. F.
-jij— Angreiito Lode;* Urn. IH.
tifiß*. I 0.»'.-Hegularm*.ttß*
"* l es«SP" r Lodge are held avesV
, rjTZ MONDAY evening nt 8 o'clo*?
v,9,t' Fel **>wney Bloeaf.
Visiting anj aojo,ruing brothers In good '
standing are invited lo attend
M. LEHMAN. N. O
Fhed. W. Wood, Uec. ceo.
!.«» Aukclcb Lodsr* No. a«, I. O. *>.»•.
<«a»-. Regular meeting held on
fcI^fIMju.UKIINESDAY EVENING ol
'xjipjPeHi'liweek ut o'clock. 80
, , lournlng brethren in good
standing aro cordially Invited.
, „ J- W. BAHD, N. S.
A. Frank, R. s.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31.1 0
REGULAR MEETINGS h*la
""' second nnd Fonrtb
YS of each month a"
7"T 7y f p - X ' Sojourning Pat"
archs in good .lauding are cordially Invl
ted to attend.
_ „ C C. LIPS, C. F.
B. BlAßXsaoh Scribe.
§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODCE, No. 28,
meets every i'hurada* evealsur.M
7 .o'clock, ut the Castle -Hjill.
Downey Block, -ill sojourning Knight a
In good standing are -ordlallT Invited.
I. A. DUNSMOOR.O. O.
C. E. Miles,K. of R. v.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
« REGULAR MEETINGS Ol
/tf*i tills Company will take pike*
/JajSfc. on the first Wednesday eve-
XaSJlin iiiiiß of each month, at «
o'clock. By order,
W. s. MOURE, Secretary.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE I
The great English remedy for Nervous
Debility, Spermatorrhea and trcmalur*
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Reetoratlve
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
permanently, auy case of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long standing, and in either
sex, no matter from what cause pro
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, la
uot a quack nostrum, hence perfectly
safe to take; Is pleasant to the lasto,
supplies to the cerebro-splnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The blood, rejuvenating and relnvlgorat
lng both mind and body. Thousands,
both In this country aud in Europe, can
testify to lhe great restorative properties
of tills really great medicine.
Trice, S3 per bottle, or four times tbe
quantity lor ,10. Sent loa ly address se
cure irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
iiiinduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to the
Orthopaedic Hospital of Philadel
No. 7*2 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
P. S.—DR. MINTIE can be consulted
in relerence to the abovecomplalnta dur
ing office hours from 0 a. at. toe p. si.
dally, and from 6 to 8 In tbe evening.
Sundays 10 a. h. to Ip. x. Consultation
KKEE. Thorough examination aud ad
vice, ,5. Full directions and advice Ire*
with every packugo of medicine, lylstf
The Steams Ranehos,
ALFRED KUItl VM>.\, TrtMlee,
313 Market Ml., Naa Fraud***, Cal.
/We/", ACRES OF LAND FOR
OUjVAA' sale, in lota to suit, ami
able for the culture of Oranges, Leniona,
Limes.Flgs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and alao many
thousand acros of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average
de] >i nof six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can he obtained, aud
the more elevated portions can be Irri
gated by Ibe water or the Santa Ana river.
Mostot those lands are naturally molat.
reqtilriug only good cultivation to produof
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance I:.
one, two und three yeara.with 10 per cent
I will take pleasure in showing these
lnndsto parties seeking land, who are
invited to come and ace this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angelea county, Dec. JM.
No*. 1-11 and US Main Street, Loa Angeles.
Having resumed the business of carriage
making tv nil Its branches, la prepared
to fill orders iv that line,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES * WAGBNS
Of eve y description constantly en rand
and mails to wrder. Wllb flrst-claas work
men of twenty years'expsrlenca In tne
trade of this section of t hp State and oa-
Intr none otber than tba beat of matari*
ula, the public are assured of thorough
satlßl'a'tlon at lowest possible tat**. Turn
patronage of bta former customers li re
spectfully mil lulled.
"Q,ulcfc Sale* nnd Small Profile."
"A Nimble Sixpence is better than a
Slow Shilling »
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