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VOL. IX.
#05 <3y»nclcs getatd.
• >i h-hi'tl evpiy morning except Mon
day,
BY
.IQMKPH U. LYNCH.
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LAWYERS.
V. K. HOWARD. F. □. HOWARD.
J. BROSSEAU.
Howard, Brossean & Howard,
Attorneys! and counsellors
AT LAW. Rooms, 06, H7 anil 08 Tem
ple Block, third lloor, Los Angeles.
febs-tr
HENRY T. HAZARD,
ATTOBNEYATLAW
COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, Q. A.
Dohlnson, Manager.
OFFICE — R oral s. and 0 Downey
tUoeU. laal-tf
S. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms :i nnd 4
Ducommun s Block, corner Main &
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-tf
A. o I. AHSEI.I., O. H. SMITH
A. B. CHAPMAN, H. a. SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalrs, Ix>s
vngeles, California, oc2-tf—2
~W. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
fltg-Rooms 2 and 3, Allen's HuHtling,
earner of Spring nndTcmplo St-'. ul6if
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Klrkpatrick.
CBice and Residence-No. IS FRANK LIN
HIREET. fe2B-lm
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
i'liymciun nnd 6*i»rjfOOn
Residence, Fort Hill, I Offlce.No. 19Dow
Kuenu Vista street. I ueyßlock.upstnire.
J. HANNON, M. I).,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
11 UOMS 9 & 11, LANFRANCO BLOCK.
IV Residence Downey Avenue, East
LtM Angelos, nenr the end of street rail
way.
Of lire hours from 10 to 12 A. K.j from 1 to
l p. si. ap'2o tf
K. D~ WISE, M. lh
OFFICE IX CARDONA BLOCK. LOB
Angeles. Cal., ne irlv opposite Court
Mouse. it*rl>nK v->s ok Kkmales a
SPECIALTY. ftUls
DR. L. McGi:iRK,
sloiau and
OFFICII—Rooms No. (J and 7, Lnnfian
co Block, Main strict. Residence—HM
Main street, Los Angeles,Cal.
Office Hours—Fjoiu 1. to 12 A m. and 2 lo
5 and 7 to 0 I*. M ap!2:f
Dr. N., S. Ciberson,
I?liysi<*iiin ttndSurfffion
Bitot and Residence—SPUlNG ST.,
below Turnvcrein Hull, Los Angelts.
nplO-If
.1. lieclitinger, M. D.,
(OF VIENNA,)
PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependent and French M. 11. Socie
ties. Oculist of the French Hospital In
Han Francisco. All chronic obstinate
cases and operations on tho eyes attend
ed to,
OFFICE— No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—HE. cor
ner Mason and Pud tic streets, Sun Fran
cisco. oc3 ly
HUGHES'
Russian and Electric Baths,
SlflNQllßT' 1 * BUILDING, opposite
Merced Theater.
R. HLMUE4, in returning (hanks to
tho public for their liberal patronage,
can with coutldence recommend his
IB -A. T lEL" S
As the great PURIFIER cud EQUAL
IZER of the human body, enabling the
system to throw ofT it* Impurities and
giving to the lungs one-slxtli more inspi
ration of air than can beoDtaloel by
breathing, by opnnlng the pores of the
skin and giving full play to the insensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical
foeallh.
v«rA female constantly on hand to
waif on ladles.
Open from 8 A. m. to 7 p. m. s23tf
NEW YORK BREWERY
PHIL. LAUTH
(Successor lo Chris. Henuo) Proprietor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of
San Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or rOTTLED
Ut-vitilt promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery
drfleß competition In the State. mrt-tf
rgaft"
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses nnd Carriages, Single or Dohhle,
and Saddlo Horses kept constantly on
hand for the acoommodatlon or ( heluih
llc. Hurst s Boarded by tlie day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Convoyancos
furnished for private or public occasions
at tbe shortest notice and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
JaWtf WILSON & YOUNO, Prop's.
Los Angeles Daily Herald
Morning Telegrams.
I'ttNHeuirerN ('outline.
Han Fuancisco, April 25.— The
following are the passengers for
Los Angeles by steamer Ben A tor,
which sailed at 10 A."M. to-day:
II Tliorndykc, JJolinHon,
T Yortl, Miss Clark,
It James and wife, Geo Indus,
If M Bn&ieU, Geo acliison and wife.
Goo H Uackitt & wile J G McCroadv,
B Hill N H Mourner"* wife.
ri.ftacuifura Uoli.g N.tiill..
Mojave, April 25.-8 M White,
IJ limning and wife, G Pierce, L
H Newton Bnd wife, Mrs I G Mur
tihy and wife, H M Widney, N
Rhine, A Mattons, It A I.ing, I L,
Gibson, H N Hayes, Mis B Mayer,
Mr.s Hill, Mrs Dura Leraery, A W
Poole,
i«lltk«ketwiiJiM>.
San Francisco, April 25.—The
Republican leaders decline to make
public the result of the delibera
tions of the State Central Commit
tee in executive Bession yesterday
afternoon, but announce that an
other meeting will be held to day
at 10 A. m , simultaneously with
the assembling of the Democratic
Committee.
As Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sea
man were walking on Kearuev
street last evening they were met
by Mr. and Mrs. Henry White.
Some ill feeling existed between tile
two ladies which broke out in a
wordy wai; and according to some
accounts culminated in a physical
encounter. The gentlemen took
up tlie quarrel of their belligerent
spouses and White struck Seaman
seveial blows over the head with a
heavy stick, lapping the claret
freely. Seaman responded with v
shot from his revolver which Hew
wide of tho mark, and before fur
ther damage was done bolh were
arrested.
A rough named Frank Stark
committed a hold assault on Mrs.
Sohlessinger, wife of a prominent
wholesale merchant, about 2 p.m.
yesterday, in front of the hoys'
high school building near the cor
ner of Sutler and Qough streets,
knocking her down and attempting
to tear her purso from her hand.
Her screams brought assistance be
fore Stark could accomplish his
design and the ruffian was arrested.
Mrs. Sclilessinger was severely
beaten and bruised.
The Board of Police Cnmmission
ers last night appointed twenly-ono
new policemen, making forty-five
thus far added to I lie force. The
new men will go on duly at once
and are needed, as the increasing
boldness of garrotters abundantly
testifies.
Hunk, ihe condemned murderer,
will undoubtedly be hung Friday.
There is no ground lor hope of
further reprieve.
The vrilnraa IlirkciM »v Doajl,
San Huf.navkntura, April 25.—
N. H. Hiekeraon, the witness who
testilieO that Spitigiio asked liimlo
assist in the murder of More and
afterwards described |r> him just
how Hie deed was done, died this
morning. His testimony has been
perpetuated in the form of an itf 11
--ttavlr.
The barley is again gel ting erect
after having been bcalun down by
the rain a week ago.
'l ite Menruey Ilea Nominate.
San Francisco, April 25.—The
First Ward Club met last evening
nnd Ihe following persons worn nom
inated for delegates to the Constitu
tional Convention: D. Kearney,
H. L. Knight, H. Rooney, A. E.
(Lans, E. Karrell, L. Orowney, J.
Linelian, J. K. Redingor, E. Stein
er, W. MuCabe, M. Hickbutit, J. M.
Stephens, M. W. Moore, J. W.
Thomas, T. Powcis, J. Moorhnn, M.
W. Willis, O. J. Johnson, J. W.
Keller, J. 11. Splenhaun, Jas.
Mulroy, Dr C. O. O'Donnell,
J. P. Culm, M. Sondey, J Burk, J.
Cook, J Krottse, J McFadden, P
Lynch, C. E. Stuart and Ed. Mc-
Oiimis. William Wellock said
that a job had been put up to heat
the Workinginen in the coming
election; that the courts would
adjourn on Ihe 3d duy of May, and
that after that time no ono could
get naturalization papers.
Tmiug Niaiiioril » slice 11,.r, Ihii
Mreeu.
San Francisco, April 25. — Le
laiid Stanford publisher a card In
the morning papers relative to tlie
connection of his nephew, Jerome
Stanford, Willi the note for five
thousand dollars, drawn by Plercy
Osgood, aud bearing tho forged en
dorsement of tlie ex-Governor's
name, in which lie ex
onerates his nephew from
blame in the matter, and says
the forgery is one well calculated
todeceivo a young and inexperi
enced person. The father of
Jerome Stanford also stales that his
son explains his coiineotloti witli
tlie matter to the ontire satisfaction
of tlie ex-Governor. From his
statement It would appear that
Piercy Osgood is a confldenco man
who gave the note to young Stan
ford to bo negotiated and after re
ceiving the money disappeared.
(■Dv. ni.o Irilt. arcs ■*«» MaeNaa r«,r
San Francisco, April 25.—Gov
ernor Irviu to-day, it is said, form
ally announced to the council and
friends of Runk that ho could see
no reason why the full penalty of the
law should not be Inflicted,and that,
if they entertained tlie hope of
further interference, that hope must
be abandoned, The execution will
therefore take place to-morrow be
tween the hours of I and 3 o'clock.
The erection of the gallows is going
on to-dny nt (lie jail.
A T-ii" flfttta fraui tlte <Ji:rey Work-
GILROY, April 25.—At a meeting
of the Worklngmen'a Club of this
place Inst evening, tho following
resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, That the Workinginen
of Oilroy are opposed to the organ
ization of military companies or
vigilance committees for political
purposes or for illegal disturbance
of the peace in any manner.
Resolved, That the Working
men of Oilroy condemn incendiary
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 2(5, 1878.
and communistic language, wheth
er the same be uttered by Frank
Pixley, Dennis Kearney, lien But
ler or any other person.
The lira Wlut Fein liril.
New Yohk, April 25.—The
JleiatcVa Jacksonville, Flu., re
porter has interviewed Denuis,
who said be was certain that
Florida went for Tilden on Lite day
of the returns. Hayes knew ho
held these points in reserve. He
(Uenuis) had talked on this matter
with General Butler, who thought
Hayes should be ousted, but
thought they had belter wait till
Congress took some net ion in the
matter. Conkling had been kept
informed of every development.
McLin is very gloomy anddlspirit
ed and believes he is dying.
Tlio l-rcnltli'iifn llecrpil hilet I'lill-
Hde'lilila.
Philadelphia, April 25.— The
reception of the President and
party, by the Union League, Com
mercial Exchange and other or
ganizations, was a brilliant till air.
The city was gay with bunting.
Tll« <°<»iliii.m.l <»« MM* I ti>rl.l.» Cou
rt avloua.
WASHiNcnoN, April 25th.— The
general comment hereon the Flor
ida confessions is that, while they
may be true, they can be of no
avail to the Blair faction who are
trying to oust Hayes, because
Hayes's title rests not on any dis
puted State but on the decision of
the Electoral Commission, and be
cause, also, of the suspicious cir
cumstances attending the confes
sions. Botli McLtn and Dennis
were under indictment and perse
cution, from which they were re
lieved by the confessions, and botli
have boen disappointed in their as
pirations forolliee under Hayes.
Tlic Storm In «>■>■<>.
Cincinnati, April 25th.—Ad
vices from a number of points in
the interior of litis antl adjoining
States, indicate that tho storm yes
terday and last evening was very
general and seveie in this locality.
At Kensington, Ohio, n small
brick schoolhouse was demolished,
Injuring nearly all tho scholars,
some seriously.
Dltlu't ,'iinli a*.
New York, April 25th.—The
Times's Jacksonville correspondent
has interviewed Mel,in and Den
nis, who both deny that they have
made any confession whatever.
l*huriuai, v 4 I muling; Hill I'tiaaeil.
Washington, April 25th,—Tha
House to-day, alter a long debate,
passed Thurman's Pacific Railroad
Funding Bill, by a vote of 21 ayes,
to 2 noes. Butler and Lynde were
Ihe ones voting no.
iUcl.liti.'a I'OUfC.NIUII.
Washington, April 25.—The
statement of Judge McLinu is
published. The first portion is de
voted to furnishing an excuse for
his seeming inconsistency in first
conniving in and then revealing
t lie Fioi ida election frauds. He
snys be believed that a Democratic
triumph would be a national dis
aster in 1877, and that ho should
give the benefit of Ihe doubt to the
Republicans even to the extent of
straining a point. He did not con
sider himself a judge but a parti
san. He now sees that powerful
influences swayed his judgment
and perverted his moral sense. He
was surrounded by Northern parti
suns win) urged on him the neces
sity of tlie Republicans carrying
Florida; who pictured tiie danger
to negroes if Tilden triumphed,
and lie received daily telegrams
insisting on his saving tlie country.
The Chairman of tlie National
Committee and the man
who was the ntarest per
sonal friend of Hayes urged
him to do his Republican duty, and
promises of troops were freely
given. Gov. Noyes was present,
and was understood to spunk with
authority from Hayes. The in
fluence of these men and the ex
citement throughout the couutry
may have led him to error, and es
pecially to unlawful acts. The
promise that Hayes would reward
ihem was freely given. His ardor
was now cooled by time and by the
reflection that the President had
betrayed and mercilessly destroyed
the Republican party, and
crushed tlioso who did so much
for his election. He was now
convinced that political expedien
cy aud not calm judgment ruled
the hour. There were many con
tested cases and much legal discus
sion. The Attorney-General of the
State and a member of the Board
had decided that the Board hail a
quasi judicial power and had the
right lo exclude precincts from tiie
count If returns were shown to be
so irregular, false or fraudulent as
to prevent the Board from ascer
taining the true vote. With this
view of its duties the Board
entered upon the work of tlie
canvass with the conviction
that they were invested with large
discretionary powers which were of
a mixed character—political and
judicial, tho political largely pre
dominating. Partisan zeal and
strong political ties had a powerful
Influence in the exeicise uf those
powers, and the Republicans, hav
ing n majority in the Board, the
canvass was largely in their favor.
If tho Board had acted in accord
ance with the decision uf tlie Su
preme Court of the State, defining
the powers and duties of
the Board in reference to
throwing out precincts, thore
Is no question of Ihe fact that Til
den would be entitled lo tho vote of
Florida. Excluding the return from
Baker county, which was counted,
nnd which he has siucu learned
from parties who made it, was
falsely manufactured, and includ
ing the true return which corres
ponded witli the precinct returns of
that county, it would certainly
have given the State to Tilden.
Archer precinct, No. 2,
Alachua county, was included
in Ihe count. The fraud commit
ted In this precinct was not shown
to the Board by tlie Democratic
lawyers, although the contest was
made aud much attention given to
the precinct. He has recently
learned from tbe Republican leaders
of that county that, after the re
turus had been brought to Gaines
ville, the county-seat, 210 votes
were added to the returns by the
Inspector aud Clerk of said
precinct. In Leon county, 74
small Republican ballots were
stiilled into tlie ballot box at pre-
Oloot No. 0. Yet it was made to
appear then to the satisfaction of
the Democratic members of the
Board that these were not false bal
lots. Subsequent confession shows
that they were stuired into the box.
In Jefferson county, in a certain
precinct at which J, Bell was
inspector, 100 votes were surrepti
tiously added to ballots and
counted. No charge was made
as to this fact before the
Board. The confession of Bell since
made to him discloses tho fact that
219 votes wero fraudulently added
to tbo Archer returns and seventy
four votes stuffed in the box in
Leon and 100 votes surreptitously
added in Jefferson county, aggre
gating H93 votes. Had these been
rejected and the Democratic re
jected precincts which were exclud
ed for irregularity Mil illegality
contrary lo the decision
of the Supreme Court, been
retained and counted, Tilden would
have carried tbe State. The con
clusion is therefore irresistible that
Tilden wax entitled to the Elec
toral vote of Elorida. In making
this statement his motives will
doubtless be questioned, but the
facts will stand alone as tbo trulb.
without any more motives to sus
tain them. Viewing tilings
as he now does and re
membering that Hayes was
continuously inspiring his per
sonal friends aud trusted agents by
every meaus in his power to secure
the electoral vote of Elorida and
Louisiana and believing it to have
been a conscious wrong on bis part,
done with the knowledge that he
had not been elected, as his subse
quent repudiation of Governor
Packard, whose title was bound up
in his own, and the wilfull
aud cowardly desertion of men
who contributed so largely to bis
election, has shown hi in that the
pitiable littleness of the man is
beyond the power of expression.
Hayes has denieil tbo validity of
his own title in denying Packard's;
has ignited his Elorida
friends, sliowiug that ho
believed them unwortby ami
tainted Willi fraud—yet be holds
the Presidency, which in his own
opinion, was secured by this very
fraud. He has cowardly abandoned
and betrayed his Southern Repub
lican friends through fear of being
ousted from an office that he be
lieves he was never elected to.
Whatever may bo the opinions of
men in regard to his motives, he
gives them the facts and leaves It's
motives to a higher tribunal.
Til© I'rmHleut i<l I'lillmli'lnlil t.
PHILADELPHIA, April 25.- •
About 10:30 the President and par
ty left tlie Continental Hotel in
carriages and proceeded down
Chestnut street to Second. The
display of flags was profuso and
tha Commercial Exchange, was
covered with bunting. At eleven
o'clock the Presidential party en
tered the building, loudly cheered.
The President was accompanied by
Governor Hartranlt, Minister
Stpkely and Secretary Scliurz. On
entering tho large recej -
tion roam tho baud played
"Hail to the Chief." Tie
guests were then conducted to v
rostrum, which was covered with
cut flowers and growing plants,
and Paesident Brooks, of the Ex
change, made an address of wel
come. President Hayes responded
as follows: "Mr. President ami
Gentlemen:—lf I do not detain
you with any speech, you will, I
an sure, believe me sincere when I
say that I am very sensible of the
honor of such a greeting from such
an assembly of Ihe business men of
tlie United States. I thank you for
it and will detain you no longer. I
will give way that I may introduce
to you a gentleman connected witli
the department that interests you
and interests the country perhaps
at the same time, more than any
other department of the Govern
ment. You will understand, of
oourse, that I refer to the gentle
man at the head of tlie money and
business departments of tho Gov
ernment. I therefore introduce to
you Mr. Sherman, Secretary of the
Treasury.
Unrtacliakuu* Men.
London, April 25.—Gortschakoff
is seriously ill. England and Rus
sia are unable yet to agree on tho
withdrawal of the land and naval
forces from the vicinity of Con
stantinople,
■ Inly fta lliu Rescue.
Home, April 23.—The Fanfulla
states that Italy has notified Eng
land of her disposition to support
the hitler's demand concerning the
laying of the treaty before the Con
gress, provided England states her
views before continuing military
measures.
IM-linliik I l.c Si-i v 1 tiFrontier.
Belgrade, April 2."*.— The Turk
lib, Russian and Bulgarian Com
missioners haw begun to deDne
the Servian frontier, ami have al
ready decided to allot Wrauja and
Tru to Servlu,
No Atfrceaueul Yt I.
London, April 25.—Negotiations
regarding the Congress and the
withdrawal of the British fleet anil
Russiau troops from near Constan
tinople, have not yet led to any re
sult, and it is considered unfortu
nate that Bismarok and Qortseha
kofl have fallen ill at this critical
juncture. In the uncertainty of
the issue of pour purlers, the Rus
sians are strengthening their posi
tions. Advices from various points
say there is a considerable move
mentof troops toward Constantino*
pie aud Oallipoli.
A Vienna correspondent says
that, at Tcholdja, thirty miles
northeast of Constantinople, two
thousand sappers and eight thou
sand infantry are at work turning
aud completing the lines t brown up
by tho Turks along the whole line
from Haderokoi to Derkos, on the
Black Sea. A good many
siege guns belonging to the
lurks remain there, and
one hundred heavy guns and
thirly mortars are expectod from
Odessa. At San Stefano, as well
as on other exposed points of the
coast, strand batteries have been
erected lo frustrate any attempts
to laud. According to Russian ac
counts seven hundred guns'are al
ready in position along the coast.
In VVallachia the Russian troops of
occupation consist of three army
corps, 24 reserve battalions
ami a proportionate number of ar
tillery and cavalry. Of these the
Eleventh army corps is distributed
in cantonments between Bucharest
and Giurgevo; the Fourteenth
corps at Galatz; the Seventh in
Bessarabia, and the Twenty-fourth
reserve battalion is in Moldavia,
making in all about one hundred
thousand men under General
Drentelen.
■lealriicllvu Unleoii ilio nimk Km.
Constantinople, April 25th.—
There has been a violent gale in
the Black Sea. A Turkish Cor
vette was lost ofTKila and 00 men
drowned.
Tl.o Aiiierlfitii tiuu.lali»r Ilia I'Hrla
CaiioaUlou.
London, April 25.—The United
States steamer Wyoming and the
ship Constellation which arrived at
Havre together Tuesday, from New
York witli exhibits for the Paris
Exposition, discharge their cargoes
immediately. The goods will be iv
Paris this week. The American
section of the exhibition is tilling
rapidly and it is thought that it
will be little if any behind others
on tho opening day, May Ist.
Ili.mnrek Kick.
BBBIitN, April 23.—Bismarck
was taken ill to-day nt Friedrlche
ruhe with erysipelas. His physi
cian has been summoned from
Wiesbaden.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Largest Auction House in
the City!
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Two tlo-tn East of Ota stand, on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
nr itEouLAn BAtiE on Saturdays
from 9 o'clock a. ik. till i p.m. special
Sales made at any time.
HOKUM. WAGONS, and all kinds of
goods bought and sold.
Reference ( It. E. Hyde, Pros B'kVlialla
by permis'n \ . . F. Spence.Casli Com li'lr.
laietf 11. I!. DROWN. Auctioneer.
TO LEASE.
"El MolinoFarm."
For business aud educational reasons,
desiring to remove into LO3 Angeles, I
will I ease
« EL MOLINO FABH,"
Including residence and out-lml
horses, mule*, wagon, harness, agricni
tural implements, etc., for ihe term o(
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of ;?04 acres, on which
are-10,0OJ grapo vines, over '2,000 orange
trees, 700 tiuglish walnut trees, 600 lemon
and lime trees; also a numbe.' of black
walnut, pecan, almond, fig, apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; two or three acres of alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable land, and
THE WUOLK TItAOT ABUNDANTLY
WATKUED.
Atlaobed to the residence is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, col i and
shower baths. There is also a BIL.LI A ItD
HOOM, table uml appurtenances.
Tho farm is most eligibly situated In
UieKItUlT BlCLTofthe
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles oast of Los Angeles
city, aud near the Kailroad Station of
San (iabriel Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
PROPERTY
On advantageous terms, to-wll: One
third cash, the balance In one, tvo, three
and lour years, at 10 percent, interest per
annum Interest, payable semi-annually.
E.J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10 it 11 Ktrelltz Building, Spring St.
H. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o'Jltl
ANEW ENTER,PItISE FQIt LOS
ANGfcLKH.
MILK DEPOT.
DAIRY
Have opened a Milk Deiot,
On Teniplo St., Near Spring,
And are prepared to sell nbsolnlely pure
milk, received Ireih twice a day, at
IfICIONTH A- QUART.
Milk Is cheaper than whisky. Friends
of the r.hie ribbon, don't forget the place,
Temple street, near Spring.
tte-SWEET ORE AM, BUTTE KM ILK,
BUTTE't, EIiUS, Milk by the Utass, etc.
Broad and Milk and cold lunch, 10 cents.
mh'Ja-tr
To House Owners.
It Is now the best «c ison ol'tlie year to
paint bnlldlnffS. Be not deceived Into
buying worlhless paint mixtures, but
call at th* PA INI'DEPOT ol
Foster, Howard & Co.,
No. 7 ARCADI A W.OCK, and examine
■ample* ot the best paints in iite
market before buylnK. BUTPRICES LOW.
Silver taken at. paX 1 lte current pre
mium allowed on troid aad ifornbaeka,
lasr-lm
Evergreen Laundry,
W.A. SHINQ
Called for anil delivered to any part
of the city, by
Reed \ Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can he left nt the book store of
Mr. Snm llellman, Spring St. ollltf
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON.?
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms 13 nnil 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOB ANGELES, Cat.
nepWlf
John £. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SUItVRYOH.
Room 41 Temple. Mock. sistr
W. U. 1. BIIOOKS. (JKOKO.E.I. rt.AHKK.
BROOKS.& CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
IWALLEN'S BUIDING, corner Spring
and Temple itreota.
James C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
VEYANCER.
OFFICE—Temple Dlock (port orol.l Hank
Building).
Commissioner of Deeds lor the State of
Indiana. .9 lm
REMOVAL
I have removed my olHce to
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining the now Postofflce.
T- I>. MOTT.
d23-lni
J. A. CAREY. TIIOS. A. FAOAN.
DOWNEY CITY
REAL ESTATE AUENCY.
Runchos. Houses, Lots and other Prop
erty Bought ami Sold on I'OUOmission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA. ,
Mr. FAGAN Is also an Attrrney-at-Law.
mrlO f
HOTEL, 9.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
1.08 ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUE & CO..
Proprietors.
The St. Charles Is located In the busi
ness centre of the city, and is thy largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel In Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
ft«*\VVstcrn Union Telegraph In Hctel
office. Jylltf
MOJAVE HOTEI,
Mojtivo Junction, Cul.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED
to receive Its numerous
and the tinvcling public In general. Ba
ins entirely new and splendidly fur
nished, it affords superior aeeoinmoda-
Uottii
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to none In Southern California
THE UAH is supplied with the choicest
brands, if wines, liquors ami cigars.
An elegant BILLIAUD ROOM i- also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here fur breakfast M*J
supper, it is the polutnf Uoparture for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, via.—
Darwin, I,one Pine, Cerro Uordo and i an
aiulut. The office of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The patronage of •
traveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS A BOYD,
fu2i-tf Proprietors.
THE
Commercial Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK.
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lauds of the Sierra Mad re Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the San Ga
briel orange groves; is four miles from
railroad and telegraphßlation; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A School forchlldren on thepjemlses.
For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O.
Box 11 il, Los Angeles.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL
View of Marriage!
HSSMHHIBIBMn X Ouiclc to Wcclfoelc »H
If J % m H V B,H 1 I. oilAllrurl.l Tre.liM uli the
Blfl.Jli 1 B,llilh< <>! nmi 111'
*3*tMaie^aaßa*nßajßeTp t -*i l vi..tlil»' ill.fit for it , the a..
. .<'AH D"i i • r«, i'! Ke|.roduetu>n »n>
' I>'»™-''s ff Women
|TYBTT!TgTTTj A I I. t"r pri..|p, ronaid.
il jF'l.l.JtT'lt] 1, al« rfuil.uff 2t>l pacta, prk
UuiUAUtiUkJ^i't
_ „/\ PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER! ,
On.ll di.nnfuraol I Frtvat. N.turo MMUaI trnm Bolt
Ahii.o, Eiceoei. or S.or.t .Di.at.e., with th. btia'
liicnn, ofmr., 1*24 large p,Rf. Orlc.ftOct,.
A CI ! N li'AL, LECTURE on tho above (tlai-.af, md
[ho,e ft the Thr«.t.nd Lung., Catarrh, Rupture, th.
Opitim HAbtt,fee.,prtc.lOcr..
l.iitirr hook aent po»lp«iilor» recipt otprice: or .11 ttirpo,
eonl.iiiiiiK.yHlnagri, hrniitinilly illtiairntetl, tor tt CU,
Addreu DR. UUTTO, .No- 1- N. htli St. St. Lou.,. U»
AAaf AA n fT to AaTcntf. marf a
W"/KIIII^ M "< "w. For Urol. »d-
OaWWU V• WorthJtCa.,Si.L..m,,.Vo.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANT TAHLMI
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEM I'LE Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. Ho has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BERT STOCKED TAILUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern
Call'ornia. His old customers and Ihe
public will find It the place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOESKINS,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CASSIMERES,
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to tho prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, tor whom he
lias made clothing.
»rNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf
bank7ng houlesT
FARMERS' I MERCHANTS'
HANH
Of Los Augeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
Cashlei
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISA lAS W. HKLLMAN, EtTOENE Meyeh,
(». W. Childs, L. C. Goodwin,
til A KI.l-s Dccohmcn, Jose Mascakel,
John s. Griffim. C. E. Tuom.
Frank Lecouvukuu.
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
UN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BKB LIN anil HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Bay nnd Hell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay Ihe highest price for Gold
aud silver Bullion.
From aud afterthls date,on all monej's
leitas Term Deposits, interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Bank
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M.S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENCE CaabJe.T
DIRECTORS,
M.S. Patrick, h. n. MoTt,
A. A. Wilcox, H. MabcrY,
M. WoonwoiiTii, 1. Lankkrsuim,
O. S. WITHKRIIY, .1 Ml. G. CAPKON.
J. E. HoLLENnECK.
Tills Bank is prepared to receive de
posits on open accnunt, issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank
ing f.uslness.
Collections made and proceeds remltleil
at current rales of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK
MAIN STKEET,
Tins Angeles Cal
Capitol Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. s. slapTson President
It. s. BA X KM Vice-President
J. M. KLLIoIT Cashier
Dl RECTORS.
J, S. Ri.aumon, P. BK.vrncY.
V. A. lIOOVEK, KOBKItT S. HA Km,
J, Ilisire, Geo. \V. PitKttOOVf
A. H*. DoWMAJI.
Ilecelve Savings itnnk deposits.
Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Frank foil.
Buy exchange on all parls of the United
States and Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate or Deposit, and do a general
hanking and exchange business.
J. M. GRIfrITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alamoda and First Streets
LiEALERS IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCEFprTcTs
— AT —
Perry, Wcodworth & Co.'s
LUMBER YARDS
— A If D —
PLANING MILLS,
Mo. li, I'anmrreiHl Hired, uear
Itnltronit l>«pot. mr2o-tf-
J. G. JACKSON
Lumber T>efiler
Corner Alameda and Firat Streets.
bK.W.Mt IX
DOORS, WINDOWS, UI.INDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, I,ATHS,
SHAKES, V I ASTER OF
PARIS, OEM ENT AND
HAIR.
AMfflW ami MorpSlne h.btt .tuohrt.tr ta*
llDIf I ■ .e"ilii>-I..[..l.Pnu.iionutiiiri...
Ilrl I I WWW S..T. l lrtßi-ml<i,p.rl..ul.r.. ttr. Cv: -
UJL hj hi.i»ffKlu
my2-6ra
NO. 126
■SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Notice.
ii l.o» AltKf-lu* 1 o.lfcc So.**, r.
_ _ * A- M—The slated meatlliga''
V X oflhli Lodge mo held on ife
Hr>t MONDAY of each mout.) »|
' / 7:HO p. m. Members of Peu-lai-'
-pha, No. 202, and >U Master Maanna la
good standing aro cnrllally Invited."
By order of the W:- M:-
Cuah. HaiTU. Secretary.
Lis annoiss Chapter No. 33, R-- »•.
fKln'o.l convocations on i |
X O. FOY, ff. T
S 451. I'KAOBR, *M
Secretary. -J
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal and
Select Masters, F. & A. M.,
Holds Its slated assemblies on ttae 4tb ',
Monday 01 each month at, Masonic Hall, i
at7:3o p. m Hojourulng Companions in a
good standing are fraternally invited In \
attend. By order of the Th". lII'.
It. (I. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder. I
j
Ks±2SUr c < r ' ur De Lion Commandant Na.
9, k;. t;.
Holds Us stated conclaves at the Any- I
loin In M-ißoiiic Hall, ou the Third
THURSDAY of ea-li month, at 7S o'clock
p. M. Sojourning Kn'ghla Templar In
good standing are cord'aily Invited to at
tend. By order of the
' c*- c - . m
J. C. Litti.efiblo. Recorder.
I. O. O. F. I
Aiijcellto Lodge No. luo, '
jjjrSjSL I. «►. o. *■—Regular meeting*
" r l,lis Lodge are held every "
„ VTffT. MONUAYevenlngatSoVloat 3
.it Odd Jet OAs' Hull, Downey Rlcea. '
Visiting and sojo .ruing brothers in good c
standing are iuvded to attend.
,„ „. M. LEHMAN. N. li.
Ehed. W. Wood, Hec. *s«c,
l.oa Angeles Lodge No. atj, I. O ©.r. 1
1 Regular meeting held o» ; 3
«^afcfc W K IINKsI,A V EVENING oVf
each tvei-k at 7., o'clock. 80--*S
lournlng brethren in good 1
■lauding aro cordially invited.
. _ J. W. HARD, N. a. I
A. Frank, R. H.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. SI, I 0. 1
0. F.
-s«aiv- REGULAR MKETINdB Lela «
ietGiWte'' 11 ""' Second and Fourth i
:^j2JKF' TUESDAYS of each month at 1
p. m. Sojourninj Pattl
archs in good mating aro cordially lnvl.
ted to attend.
„ C C. UTS, C. P.
B. M •iixsitN, Scribe.
Knights of Pythias.
<iiSf) OLIVE LODCE, No. 36,
VJSJjr meeiß every 1 Imrsaay evtnlng.at J
7 o'clock, at the Castle - lfall,
Downey Block. All sojourning Knlghte '«
in good standing are cordially invited.
, I. A. DUNSMOOR.C. O.
I' E. MII.KS.K. of R. S.
ConfirJcnco Engine Company No. 2.1
-j REGULAR MEETINGS Ol *
f fcß'l "'is Company will take place
on the iirst Wednesday eve
/•WPUI 1j 1 " X "' " ach month, at f'■
"'dock. By order,
W. s. MOURE, Secretary.
"" T .EY COOPER'S
v i "••Tjvi.ti
Tho gr,..
Debility, bm i oi„..
Decline of Physical Foiv.
The Vital Restorati...
Will positively cure, thoroughly and I
permaiienlly, any case of HXHAUSI'ED '
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long standing, Hiid in either
sex, no mailer from want sauna pro
duced.
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, Is jf
not a quack n si rum, hence perfectly
sale to lake; Is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the cerebro-splnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force,
Purifies and Enriches
The blnoj, rejuvenating and relnvlgoraU -j
Ingholh mind ami body, 'thousands,
both in this country and in Europe, can
testify to the great restorative properties 3
of this really great medicine.
Price, %'\ per hotile, or four limes the
quant it.v i«>r siu. Sent to any address se
cure irnni observation.
Address all letters lo
A. E. MIN TIE, M. D.,
v * 1 ruinate of the University of
varna and late Kesident Murgcon to the ■<
OrthopuAlie Hospital of Philadel
phia,)
No. T2'2 Montgomery St., San Kranclneo,
Sole Agent.
»
P. 8.-DR. MINTIE can be consulted
in reference to the above complaints dur
ing oflice hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. h.
dally,and from 6 to 8 in the evening.
Sundays, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Consultation
KKKK. Thorough examination nnd ad«
vice. $,"). Full directions and advice free)
with every package of medlcfne J -_ii'Jt'tf
The Steams RanchosJ
ALFKED HUHI.NAuai, 1 rtUUe,
Unrkt't si.. Sua E rai.rlaco, C«l4
4J/ \ i\l\f\ ACIIKS OF LAND FX>R
OV/jUUU sale, in lots to suit, sutV
able tor the culture of Oranges,
Limes,figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Coin, Hy c, llarley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many
thonsaud acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, *uit
-1 able tor Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an
depth of six feet from the surface. On Hi
most every acre of this laud FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, aud
the more elevated portions can be Irrl-
Sated by the water of the Santa Ana river,
lost ol these lands are naturally niolsU
requirlngontygcodcultivation U) producf
crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance JiJ
one, two and thr*o years, with 10 per ceni
< Interest.
I I will take pleasure In showing thes*
lands to parties seeking land, who wM
Invited to eoine and see this extensnS
• tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OU3RN, A genu !
Anaheim, 1-os Angoles county, Vmt SNI
t 87
\ Carriage Manufactory,
- No.-. 11:; aid 11.", Main Strict, Los Angolei
L. LICHTENBERGER
Having ii'siim-'t! ihe business of cnrrlnei
ail 11 s Inanelies, is prepaid
to All orders iv IhM line.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & WACOM
of eve y di'M-i iptlon constantly >n In
1 and ma Ie to Hitler. With fli st-elss* W4sbH
men of twenty yearh' experience In flB
1 rude oT tii Is heel ion of Ibe Stat* and fl
Inc none id her than the best of
ills, Hie public ate assured ef tbaroiMH
sathfa'ilon at lowest poiuihlit lalts. %
t all'"' '<ue of bis foi mer ( vatc inert l*4H
H)>eetriillv •oß«lt«4<
••Quick Sale* ai.d small Pr iflla,'* M
• A Nimble Sixpence is better tb*s9
Slow shilling " M
in 1 Kit i.n urr.NnKiiqKMß

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