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VOL. IX.
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day,
BY
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
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LAWYERS.
V. E. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
J. HROS-EAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 68,67 and 88 Tem
ple Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
leb3-tf
HENRY T. HAZARD,
ATTORNBYAT LAW
COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, O. A.
lloblnson, Manager.
OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
Mock. laUl-tf
8. C. HUBBELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
Ducommuu h Block, corner Main *V
Commercial Btreets, Ijos Angeles. may7-tf
A.ULAIiSKI.L, Q. H. SMITH
A H. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH
iUASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OKTIOC—TEMPLE RLOCK up-stalrs, los
A igeles. California. ocS-tf— 2
F. P. Ramirez,
A-XTOtINHIV AT LAW.
OFFICE—Temple Hlock. No. 72, l.os
Angeles. m2-lm
VV. H. 11. Bussell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ika-Room* 2 and 3, Allen's Building,
oorner of Spring and Templo Sts. al6lf
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Kirkpatrick.
Office and Residence—No. 15 FRANKLIN
STREET. fe2B-lm
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
IMiysiolnn and Purgcon
ttt'sidence. Fort Hill, I Office, No. 19 Dow
ttoena Vista street. I neyßlock.upstalrs,
J. HANNON, M. D.,
C 'OUNTY PHYSICIAN.
1->OOMS9AII, LANFRANCO BLOCk.
V Residence Downey Avenue, Esst
Los Angeles, near tbe end of street rail
way,
Oflice hours from 10 to 12 a. m. ; from 1 to
1 p. m. ap2o tf
K. D. WISE, M. D.
OFFICE IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS
Angeles, Cal., nearly opposite Court
House. ayDISEASfcS of Kkmax.es a
Specialty. auls
DB. L. NeGIHKE,
Phystclau aud Surgcou
OFFICE—Rooms No. 8 and 7, Lanfran
co Block, Main street. Residence —204
Main street, Los Angeles, Cal.
Office Hours—Fjoin 9 to 12 A. M. and 2 Io
6 and 7t09 p. )f. upl2tf ■
Dr. N. 8. Ciberson,
Physician and Surg eon
Office and Residence—l 33 SPRING ST.,
below Turnvereln Hall, Los Augeles.
aplS-tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office lo No. 82 MAIN
STREET, ovor Dotter tt Bradley's Furni
ture store.
Office Hours—From 10 lo 12, 4 lo 0 nnd 8
to 9. Residence—Buena Vista street.
myltf
J. Bechtinger, M. IL,
(OF VIENNA,)
PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependent and French M. B. Socie
ties. Oculist ot the French Hospital iv
San Francisco. All chronic obstinate
oases and operations ou the eyes attend
ed to,
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
oorner of Kearny. Residence —SE. cor
ner Mason and Pacific streets, San Fran
cisco. oc3 ly
Dr. Chin Quong Zin.
OFFICE—Comer Los Angolos and Ar
cadia streets.
4fig~Cures all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to 12 a. m. und from
2to 5 and 7 to9l*. m . npSotf
HUGHES'
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIGNOUET'S BUILDING, opposite
Merced Theater.
R. HUGHES, in returning thanks to
the publio for tbelr liberal patronage,
oan wllh confidence recommend his
33 -A. T JEL S
As the great PURIFIER and EQUAL
IZERofthe human body, enabling the
system to throw off Its impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more inspi
ration of air than cau be obtained by
breathing, by opening the pores of the
skin and giving full play to tbe insensi
ble respiration so neoessary to physical
health.
•TA female constantly on hand to
walton ladles.
Open from Sa. m. to 7 P. m. s23tf
Evergreen Laundry.
W-A SHING
Called for and delivered to any part
of the city, by
Beed & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can be left at tbe book store ol
Mr. Sam Hellman, Spring St. olStf
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
t*H.eeoKer. Uelllir Molltll.
Mojavk, May B.—Mrs X Cooper,
N Goodman. B Mooler, D \V Park
hurst and Wife, Mrs R T Taylor,
T Champion, W 8 Slelin, J B
Htoutenborough, Chas Nelson, .1
Isonbeck, Mr Ensoomongier, H
Plnejr, J Hust.
Kenrliej mi tin. Itnmpnic*'.
Ban FkaNCISCO, May Btb.—At
Iho various Ward Clubs of the
Worklngmen last evening discuss
ion over tlie quarrel between Kear
ney and the State and County
Committees was continued. The
Eleventh Ward Club, at Humboldt
Hall, endorsed Kearney's course,
and expelled from the Club A.
Qans, its member of the County
Committee, for Ills anti-Kearney
proclivities. At tlio meeting of tlie
Tenth Ward Club tho hall was
packed by Kearney's adherents,
who took charge of affairs. This
resulted in a row, in which Frank
Itooney, the newly elected Chair
man of tho Executive Committee,
was assaulted. Several Sergeants
at-Arms quelled the disturbance
before any mischief of consequence
occurred. The President of the
Club left in disgust. The Kearney
party put another in his place, ami
Kearney himself took the platform.
He announced that on Thursday at
noon a mass meeting would be
held at the sand lots from which
the crowd would march in proces
sion to the City Hall to demand of
the Mayor the release from confine
ment of one O'Donnell, sentenced
to imprisonment iv the counly jail
for assault on Hay ward, the Potre
ro blacksmith. Referring to the
fact that tho (' nmiy Committee
had called a mass meeting for to
morrow eveuing nt Horticultural
Hall, he called upon hi 9 followers to
attend the meeting and see that the
rights of the people were support
ed. An investigation of the charg
es preferred against Kearney was
entered upon by tiie Executive
Committee lust evening, but, the
proceedings were secret.
Kfitrury Instlcsn l'r«»claui»(loi*.
San Francisco, May G — Kear
ney has executed a fiauk move
ment on the Executive Committee
by issuing tbe following proclama
tion in tlie Chronicle this morning:
Headquarters, W. P. C, 1
May 7th, 1878. /
Worklngmen: We aro lli trou
blous times. There are traitors in
our ranks Capital, not being able
to crush us out, ban insinuated it
self into our ranks and lias there
placed men who liave been loud
mouthed in itir cause, but who,
when tried by our balance, are
found WAlltiug, They have been
asked to resign by tlie people who
elected them. They have insulted
those people by applying some epi- !
thuts that the Alta and Call have I
coined for them—"inuttou heads"
and "mudsills." They cry out;
"Incendiarism, Cii'sarisru and Coin- ;■
munism." They make infamous.
charges against me, false as their
own hearts. Amid the cry of fraud
they hope that tbe strong pillars of
our organization will fall so that
capital will forge the chains that
will forever make us slaves. lam
sorry to see that six members of
tlie Executive Committee love the
glory of office more than our wel
fare. They have sought to quarrel
with me, but tlie people have tut* I
tallied me. Therefore, I havo ap
pointed men to nil their places
until i he State Conven
tion on tlie 10th, shall
determine who is President and
who Executive Committee. I have
au abiding faith in the people. I
have always been willing tore
sign when the people in mass meet
ing 10 desire, but no "Star Cham
bet" proceedings will ever Intimi
date me. I.el all clubs proceed to
elect delegates to said Convention.
(Signed,) D. Kearney.
Kearney's appointees are Harri
son, Robinson, Metis, Vacquerrai,
Lockbart ami Joselyn.
A Conflict Ap|,ruaiilllitlr.
San Francisco, May B.—Tlie
Workingmen's County Committee
areiu leueipt of information from
various quarters that Kearney will
make a determined attempt to cap
ture the mass meeting called hy
the Committee at Horticultural
Hall this evening. Ample prepar
ation is being made to meet such
contingency. A large force of po
lice will be on hand, inside and out
side of tbe hall, and the Working
men will also provide a number of
men designated by appropriate
badges to assist in muintaining
order.
Vuutnrs t'ruii ■'rositeeiu.
San Buenaventura, May B.—
There is no change to note in the
condition uf crop prospects since
the last report. The first days of
this week were cloudy and threat
ened ruin, which would have duue
much harm, as the heavy grain
would have lodged, hut that danger
has pasßad. The Free Press here
has gathered etatictics from all over
the county, which show n probable
yield of 030,791 sacks of barley,
361,515 sacks of corn and 103,400
of wheat. Tho only change tbat
can now occur in the chances of a
good yield may be tho rusting of a
portion of tbe wheat, which has al
ready occurred to some extent in
the Sespe region. Should it threat
en serious injury many of the
farmers will at once cut the grain
and plant the laud to corn, which
can be done duringalt of this mouth
and give a good crop. Tho honey
crop is begiuning to come forward
pretty freely. Tbe smaller seeds,
such as flax, canary, etc., promise
a tremendous yield this year.
Washington Dolties.
Washington, May B.—Sargent
to-day introduced a bill for the es
tablishment of a Post route from
Milton to Los Augeles, and pre
sented a petition of citizens of
Santa Barbara praying for a survey
with a view to determine the ad
visability of constructing a break
water for tbat harbor.
The Senate Railway Committee
to-day heard Vlee President Brown,
of theTexas-Paelno Railroad Com
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 9. 1878
pany, in opposition to tho bill
granting authority for the construc
tion and maintenance of a railroad
across the Fort Yuma reservation
by tho Southern Pacific Company
of California. He attempted to
show that such authorization would
infringe upon tlie chartered lights
of hia Company. Huntington will
reply next Tuesday.
The President to-day formally
accepted tbe last completed section
ofthe thirty-four miles of Califor
nia and Oregon Railroad ending at
Redding. The patent for the land
grant will soon be issued.
The vote by which the House to
day agreed to take up tho Tariff
bill for consideration Is another
strong indication that it will bo
defeated. The motion bad a ma
jority of only one vote, and, among
those voting in the affirmative,
were several members like Kelly,
or Pennsylvania, who are bitterly
opposed to Its passage.
In the Senate, Howe, from the
Foreirn Committee, made a report
on tlie cable telegraph, which was
placed on the calendar. He also
reported, as a substitute for the Sen
ate joint resolution on Chinese Im
migration, a concurrent resolution
on tlie subject, which was also
placed on the calendar. •
Tile Clilue.o Qiio.lli.il lv I'oiitfrt
Washington, May B.—Another
step towards action on the purt of
the Federal Government for tlie re
striction of Chinese immigration
was taken in Congress to-day by
the unanimous agreement of tlie
Senate Committee on Foreign Re
lations to rec nuraend the adoption
of tlie following concurrent resolu
tion:
Resolved hy the Senate, tho
House of Representatives concui
ring, That the provisions of the ex
isting treaty between the Empire
of China and tlie United States, al
lowing unrestricted emigration to
this couutry from China might
easily be modified so as to subserve
the best interests of both govern
ments, and the attention of tlie
Executive 'a respectfully invited to
the subject.
This -resolution was sub
sequently reported and placed
on the calendar to await
action in regular order. Although
not so direct uud emphalio as Sar
gent's joint resolution, nor as posi
tive us could be wished in its phra
seology its adoption will undoubt
edly effect the same purpose and
there Is reason for congratulation
that this much has been obtained
ttom so difficult a Committee
which Includes among its members
some Senators who, previous to
this, have beeu fixedly opposed to
taking auy action on
tlie Chinese question. Several
members of the Senate Committee
were desirous of reporting Sargent's
hill on the same.or au equally prac
tical measure, to-day but,on reflec
tion, agreed that it would be better
to harmonize with their colleagues
and make a report unanimous, es
pecially in view of tiie fact that
President Hayes is known to bo
ready to institute the desired uego
tlations without urging.
t ougr«i,inuar.
Washington, May B.—Senate.
—Sargeut, in charge of the Pen
sion bill, said he was in error yes
terday in stating that 22,225 names
had been added to the pension rolls
this year. That was the number
estimated to be added. During
the whole year 10,491 had been ad
ded up to this time. The pending
question was nn the inserting as a
substitute for tlie second section of
the bill au amendment adopted
yesterday, providing that ou the
first day of January, 1879 the term
of oflice of all pension agents shall
expire, and thereafter, honorably
discharged, wounded or disabled
soldiers, or widows, or daughters of
such soldiers, shall be appoiuted to
said offices.
Edmunds said he was opposed to
this whale thing. It was against
tlie spirit of the rules of the Sen
ate to having general legislation
on appropriation bills. The pro
posed legislation was contrary to
the principles for which these very
soldiers fought, and that wis a just
and equal government. Vermont
soldiers would scorn this method
of tickling their fancy to get their
votes, aud lie would oppose the
whole thing.
The Senate, by a vote 33 to 16,
then refused to adopt this substi
tute.
Edmunds moved to strike out the
second section ot tlie hill which
wakes disabled Union soldiers the
pension agents luimediately upon
the passage of this hill. He said
true policy was to leave these mat
ters to the President and his Con
stitutional advisers. Me hail good
reason to believe that they had not
rightfully exercised that re
sponsibility duriug tlie past
year. Iv the consoldatiou
of tlie seven New Eng
land agencies into one, six sol
diers had been discharged and the
civilian retained. He wasdisposed
to let the responsibility rest with
the President to appoint soldiers to
pension agencies. It wa9 inappro
priate legislation.
Ingalls said that Democratic
Senators would almost unanimous
ly vote against the soldier, al
though lv the other House they
seemed In la vol' him.
Edmunds's motion to strike out
was lost; yeas 29; nays 30, The
bill wns theu reported to the Sen
ate Committee of the Whole;
amendments wero concurred in and
bill passed.
Housk — Banks said that if New
England cotton manufactures
were destroyed hy legislation, as
they might be, they would take
tiie South down with them. The
South, iv destroying manufactur
ers, was destroying Its own power
and position. What member from
Texas er California would assassi
nate the wool interest in his State
by voting for this bill ?
Wood quoted from SpoUord's al
manac allowing that dividends in
Banks's district declared by tho
woolen mills wero nine to seven
teen per cent, annually. Banks
said the same book showed that
the dividends of companies in 1860
were large, but the dividend! for
1876 averaged only 513 100
per cent. on on ag
gregate capital of fifty-two mil
lions and thirty-four cempanies
paid no dividend. The proposi
tion iv (he bill ou woolen
goods, and which Wood
had spoken of as a gentle
reduction was an assassination
ofthe uiOßt important national in
dustry, but tbo fact wa9 that the
Committee ou Ways and Means
did not know what it was doing in
woolen sectious.
Nnllimnt Teiupereuee As.ocimlOD.
New York, May B.—The thir
teenth annual meeting of the Na
tional Temperance Association to
day made a favorable showing,
both financially and morally.
A Belli or Arrftiittemcilt.
New York, May 7th.—A dis
patch from London says a basis of
arrangements, which the Powers
de-ire to submit to the Czar, has
been agreed upou. The arrange
ments are iv two divisions. Tbe
first division proposes that the two
regions of Bulgaria north of the
Balkans shall be ceded to Rus
sia and that tbe southern portion
shall remain to a great extent un
der the authority of the Sultan.
The second division relates solely
to the Asiatic compensation, which,
it is proposed, shall be reduced to a
minimum.
Election, lv luiil meiiulla.
Indianapolis, lnd., May B.—
The municipal election for Council
men stands, Republican 19, Demo
crats 16; making a large Demo
cratic gain. The Democrats aud
Nationals united in several of tbe
wards. In other parts of the State
the election is more favorable to
tho Republicans.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MAY FESTIVAL
FOB.
Flt X X Xj II IU AH V
OR
COLOSSAL ORGAN
MAY 28th, 29th & 30th,
AT 2 3D P. |f«, AT
MECHANICS' PAVILION.
HAN FHANCISCO.
SUMNER W. BUG BEE, Manager.
Chorus of 2000 Voices!
IMMENSE ORCHESTRA! ELECTRIC
iIy. Artillery and Telephone!
CONDUCTORS.
Carl Zerrahn, Boston, John P. Morgan
and R. Herold, Sao Fraucisco; M. \V.
WHITNEY, the uroalest Living Basso;
Helen Ames Billings, Miss Abble Clark,
W. II Fessenden.oi Boston, and mauy
other celebrated soloists.
Sale of Tickets begins at Shertnnn,
Hydo St, Co.'s, Sau Fraucisco, April.2l* h.
SEASON TICKETS, for three days, JS.CB.
Single Tickets from 81 to $2, according
to location. No extra charge for reserved
senls. Orders by mall wilt receive prompt
attention. OHAS. SCHUTZ,
iu>23lm Ticket Agent.
APPLE TREES.
EIGHTY THOUBANO AP
PLE TREES.
I am prepared to sell, at unprecedent*
edly low figures, eighty thousand apple
tree*, or tho most approvod varieties.
Those who propose to set out orchards
would do well to call and examine my
I am also prepared tosell PEAK
and other orchard trees, on favorable
terms. My oofect In sacrificing these
trees Is to retire from tho nursery busl•
DMI,
G. D. COMPTON,
COMPTON, Los Angles Co,, Cal
aiu.
O I O -A. Tt S !
HUGO KBEMEB,
F(tOI»RIETOR OF TUE
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW UK KODND AT
INTO, n SsiPKIIVG ST.,
At tlio Key West Cigar Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA
VAN A TOBACCO into clgarsorapproYed
brands. Ho nl-o deals In all lines of
Smokers' Articles. Give him a call.
mrls tr
GO TO THE
CAPITAL BA.KER.Y,
H0.67 SPRING Si., Near First.
Where the FINEST ASSORTMENT of
BREAD AND CAKES
In the city Is lo lie found. WEDDING
CAKF.S A SPECIALTY.
t»!l-lm HENRY SCHUMACHER.
Montana Meat Market.
FRCELINQER& FRANK, MBBf
The best and tenderest M fills
lv the market. None but tho
Prlmest Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Mon
tana Meat Market, Main Ktreet, near
First, Los Anseles
Burnell & Bebbeck,
Landscape Gardeners and
Garden Contractors,
J6lf No. ISSISPRINO BT.
BUSINESS CARDB.
Largest Auction House In
the City!
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT
ST., opposlto Court House.
mW REGULAR SALE on Saturday,
from 8 o'clock A. M. tilt 4 p.m. Special
Sales made at any time.
HORSES. WAGONS, and all kinds of
goods bought and sold.
Reference (It. E. Hyde, Pros B'k Visalla
by permls'n \ F. Hpence, Cash Com B'k
Jalßtf 11. R. BROWN. Auctioneer.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOU I'nERN CALIFORNIA.
E. W. NOYES
Has opened out at No. I MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court Honsn, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate Rules. Regular Bale days for
Horses aud rolllngstock,
WEDNESDAYS it SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I Intend to make my cnarges less
than those of anybody else in the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the first 31000 and one percent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE, HORSES,
WAGONS and all kinds of property, and
pay casn.
N. B.—Saturday's fftles commence at 10
A. M. and close at 4 p. k.
E. W. NOYE-*,
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
nv2l
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
NEW PLACE.
ALFRED MOORE,
(from St. Paul, Minnesota,} tl now to be
found at
29 Spring street,
Next the Dollar Store, send along your
Furniture, rttoves, Bedding, Horses, Bug
gies, wagons and other merchandise yon
may have to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday moinlng at 11 o'clock oreclse
ly. Real Estato sales also attended to.
_ n2ft-6m
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,^
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms 13 and 11, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
scptotf
John E. Jackson.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room II Temple Block. slgtf
W. n. J. IUCOOK.S. GKORQEJ. Ct.ARKH.
BROOKS.& CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
me-ALLKN'S BUIDING, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
J. A. Carey. Tuos. A. Faoan.
DOWNEY CITY
REAL ESTATE AGENCI.
Ranehos. Homes, Lots and Other Prop
erty Bought uud Sold on Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. FAGAN Is also an Attcrney-at-Law.
mrlOi f
TO LEASE.
"El MolinoFarm."
For business and educational re;uons,
desiring to remove Into hoi Augeles. I
will lease
" EL HOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and out-buildlngs
horses, mule-t, wagon, harness, agricul
tural implements, etc., lor the term of
TWO OH THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 204 acres, on wh lob
•ire4o.ooo grape vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 600 lemon
and lime trees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almond, rig, apricot
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; twoor three acres f.f alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable laud, aud
TIIE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
WATERED.
Attached to the resldeuco is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, coli and
shower baths. There In also a BILLIARD
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm I* moHt eligibly situated in
the FRUIT BELT ofthe
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Los Angeles
olty, and near the Railroad Station of
Sau Gabriel Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
PROPERTY
On advantageous terms, to*wlt: One
third cash, the balance lv oue, two, three
and lour years, at 10 percent. Interest per
annum Interest, payable semi-annually.
E.J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 104 II stre.lt/. Building, Spring St.
S. F. Bulletin und Chronicle copy. o2ltf
CITY GARDENS.
Theso popularand well appointed
PICNIC GTtOUIV X> S
Will be opened for the teason
COST HUCA/Y" STH,
by the MAI FEST ol the Turnvereln Ger
manla, which will be one ofthe most en-
Jo j able picnics of the season. Every
precaution will be taken to prevent
doubtful characters from entering the
Gardens.
LUNCfI will be served on the Grounds,
myltf J. K. KUERLE A BRO.
HOTELS.
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
This hotel takes In an entire block,
fronting #20 feeton Requena street, 160 ou
Malu and 65 feet on Loi Angeles street.
THK KOOMH
Aro airy, and all contain Spring Beds,
with the latest improvements.
THE TABLK
Is supplied with tho best tho market
affords.
KATES MODBRATV.
A Free Omnibus Is an ached to tho ho*
tel, und baggage is conveyed grutid to
and from the depot.
The United Slates Hotel 1* centrally
located, opposite tho Court House, aud is
near the Post office and Land Office.
Call and see us. You will rcoeive good
treatment. HENBY UAMMEL.
A. H. DENKER.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIGUE & CO..
Proprietors.
The St. Charles Is located in the busi
ness centre ofthe city, and Is the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel lv Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
•WWestern Union Telegraph in Hotel
office. jylltf
MOJAVE HOTEI,
Mojavo Junction* Gul*
Hp HIS HOUSE IS NOWPEPARKD
X to receive its numerous patronsJ£JL
aud the traveling public In general. Do
ing entirely new aud splendidly lur
nlsbed, It affords superior accommoda
tions.
ITS TABLE D' lIOTE
Is second to none In Southern California
THE BAH Is supplied with the choleest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIAKD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast and
supper, it Is the potntof departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, vis.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo und I'an
am Int. Theomceof the
LONE PINE BTAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of 6
traveling public is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS A BOYD,
fo2l-lf Proprietors.
THE
Commercial Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THK CITY.
V. DOC, Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A rrlvate lintel on tie meia or table
lands of the Sierra Mudiu Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer cr Winter Residence.
Command* a charming view of valley
and mouutaln, overlooking the Man Ga
brlel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, aud contains
all modern conveniences.
A School rorohlldren on thepjcmlsos.
For particulars nddiess proprietor, I*. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
ANAHEIM HOTEL,
Cok. of CENTER & LEMON Sts.
»?"KOOMS Urge, sunny and n!ry.-*u
TABLE supplied with all the luxuries
the market affords.
M-KKEE COACH to the Hotel.
aplStf E.DUNHAM, Proprietor.
OIL.. JONES,
FAMILY GROCERY,
NO. 41 SPRING ST.
A full assortment or nrst*class Family
Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter,
Eggs, Bacon, Hnnis, Lard, elc., kept on
hand AT REASONABLE PRICES. fc2otl
KWONG HING & CO.,
CHINESE STORE.
Chlnose and Japanese Goods nnd Toys.
FKEIII TH AS, cheapest and best in the
town. CIGARS ofthe best braudl. Ser
vants and haudsof all kinds furnished,
apl tf
P. CASENAVE. J. ROQUE.
1». CASENAVE Jfc Co.,
LOS ANCELES
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
Corner of Seventh and Olive St..
1 WGR.KEN, ROASTED, WHOLE and
GROUND COFFEE, and all kind, of
SPICES. myltf
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionbie Merchant Tailor,
"VTo. 12 TEMHLE Block, Spring-street,
JM Los Angeles. He has tlie LARGEST,
FINEST AND KEBT STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern
C»ll r orn!a. His old customers aud the
public will find It the place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOESKINB,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CASSIMERES,
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, tor whom he
has made clothing.
SWNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. decBo-tf
BANKING HOUSES!
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
BANK
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
LSAIAS W. HELLMAN President
Cashiei
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Ihaias W. Hellman, Euofkk Meyer,
O. W. Childs, L. C. Goodwin,
On AHLKS DUCOWUN, JosE MaSCAKF.I.,
John S. Griffin, C. E. Thorn,
Frank Lkcodvrkdr.
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BKRLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Buy and Hell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay tlie highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and nftcrlhls dale, on all moneys
lottas Term Deposits, interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Sank
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M.S. PATRICK President
K. F. SPENCK Cashier
DIRECTORS.
M.S. Patrick, 8. H. Mott,
A.A.Wilcox, H. Maboiiv,
M. Woouwortu, I. Lankersuim,
O. S. Wituerry, Jno. G. Capron,
J. E. HOLLENBKCK,
This P.ank is prepared to receive de
posits .'O open account, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a gouerul Bank
ing Business.
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at cut rent rates of exchange.
UtTAlffiElES COUNTY MM.
MAIN STREKT.
Los Angeles Cal
Capital Slock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. BLAUftON President
It. s. BAICKR Vice-Preßldent
J. M. ELLIOTT Cashitr
DIRLCTORS.
J. S. RI.ATJSON, P, BEAtTPKY,
V.A. HooVkK, ROBERT S. It A X MR,
J. BZXBY, tJBO. W. I'KI.SIOTT
A. \V. UoWMAN.
Uec ivr .Savings Bank deposits.
Buy »nd soil exchange on San Krnncisco,
Now York, L.ondon, Paris, Berlin and
Kmnkfort.
Buy exehnnije on all parts ol tbe United
States a.id Europe.
Receive money on open MCount and Cer-
Hflcate or Deposit, and do a genera!
bankingand exch.i' ,; T P business.
J7 M. GRIFFI TH &TCOT
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
HEALERS IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUtJEOIRJCES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth ft Co.'s
LUMBER YARDS
— AND —
PLANING MILLS,
No. 1* Commercial atroet, near
Katlroad Depot. mrCd-tf—
J. G. JACKSON
I-jiimJbei* Dealer
Corner AlamcL'a and First Slreeti.
DEALER IN
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PIiASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
HAIR.
tfo f AA A ?*'JVuV>n J°s?H!'.ei*!l™
' VlslVVi»ii.«».iM-ii'
agM
NO.
■SOCIETY NOTICES. !
■ — -— ' . '-k
Masonic Notice.
H I.om Anurelva Indie Me. S3, r. !
A A. M.—The stated meeting* i
v jr* of this Lodge are held on tier>3
/^_A* W \ first MONDAY ofeach roonla at '
/ ▼ \ 7:SO p. m. Members of Peniai. '
pha. No. 302, and all Master Masons lug
good standing are cordially invited.
By order of the W:- M:>
Cham. Smith, Secretary.
I,is Angeles Chapter No. 33, R: • A*.
t Stated convocations on l>.
MONDAY of each month I
l\i p. m. at Masonle fflffl.'
Sojourning companions In
good standing cordially In.
vlted. By order of
8. C. FOY, H. r
Sau. Pracier,
Secretary. m
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Renl %mt
Select Masters, F. 11. M.,
Holds Its stated assemblies on tbo tIU J
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall,
at 7:30 p. m Sojourning Companions In
good staudiog are fraternally Invited to i
attend. By order of the Th - - lII*.
It. Q. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder",
TEMPLAR I
Coßur De Lion Commander, No. 1
». t;.
Holds its stated conclaves at the
lum In M»sonic Hall, on the Th'«d '
THURSDAY of each mouth, at 7J< o'oloek
p. M. Sojourning Knlghta Templar In 1
good standing are cordially Invited to af '
tend. By order of the
J. C. :.i rTi.EHKi.fi, Reoortler.
i. o. o. r". 1
,i«fc2i. Angellto Loa,,, wo. jaa, j
*£*gi»£i«-«>. «>■ F.-ltegular meauEe .
this Lodge are held ever* 1
. .ZiTZ MONDAYevculngateo'cioci 1
at Odd Fel <,*«• Hull, Downey Bloc*
Visiting and sojo ,ruing brothers In coca %
standing are luvlied to attend. j
E. A. PRKUS3. N. G.
tT.Rn. W. Wood, hec. tec.
Los ancrlrs Lodge Ko. 35,1. o. ©.jr. , |
Ira. Regular meeting held on x
J___ m \ WEDNESDAY KEENING Ol !
wc-ek nt -,y % o'clock. Sa> »
'"" lourning brethren In rood
standing aro cordially invited.
J. W. BARD, N. O.
A. Frank, R. 8.
Or jingo Grovo Encampment, No. 31,1.0.
0. F.
REGULAR MEETINGS held
IRK"" (he Second and Fourth
of each month at .
, ~ iy t p. m. Sojourning Patrl- -
archs In good .iiinding are cordially lnvl.
ted to attend.
„ CC. LIPS, C. JP. 1
B. M arisen, Scribe.
§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODCE, No. 26,
muels every Thursaay evenlng.al
7 o'clock, at the Castle -Hill,
Downey Block. All sojourning Knights
in good stuuding are orilinllv invited.
I. A. DUNSMOOR, C. C.
C. E. Milks, k. of R. a.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
«r REGULAR MEETINGS Ol
iwm ,hia Company will take place
y_t___tt, "" the first Wednesday eve-
J4MM m fj_ Hint: of each month, at t
o'clock. Hy order,
W. H. MOORE. Secretary.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE !
The great English remedy for Nervous
Debility, Spermatorrhea and prematura
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
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 n thoroughly scientific prescription, le
not a quack nustrum, hence perteetly
safe to take; is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the cerebro-sptnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force,
Purifies and Enriches
The blood, rejuvenating and relnvlg-orat.
lug both mind and body. Thousands,
both In this country snd In Europe, oan
testily to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, $3 per botlle, or four times the
quantity lor 810. .sent to auy address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D-,
'.Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to tho
Orthopcedlc Hospital of Phtladel- .
Phiu,)
No. 7J2 Montgomery St., San Fraucisco,
Sole Agent.
P. B.—DR. MINTIE can be oonsulted
In reierence to the abovecomplainls dur
ing oliice hours from 9 a. m. tog p. sf.
dally, and from 6 to 8 in the evening.
Sundays, 10 a. h. to Ip. m. Consultation
FREE. Thorough examination aud ad
vice, 15. Full directions and advice tree IB
with every package of medicine. lylHf
The Steams Ranehos,
ALFKED KVBIASUK, Trustee,
SIJ Market St., San fraiielseo, Cal.
UA / W W \ ACRES OF LAND FOR
OUjUUU sale, In lots to suit, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Waluuts, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Kye, Barley ,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
loys! every acre of this laud FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, aud
tho more elevated portions can be Irri
gated by tbe water or the Santa Ana river.
Most of these lands are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to product
crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance la
one, two and three years, with 10 per cent
interest.
I will take pleasure In showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
invited to oome and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent,
A oaliei m, l.os Angeles couuty, Dec. M,
1 87
Carriage Manufactory,
Nos. 141 and 115 Main Street, Los Analog.
L. LICHTENBERGER
Having resumed the busfnets of csrriags
makltiK iti ail its branches, In prepared
to Oil orders la tbet 11ns.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & WAGSNS
or evoiy description constantly en fcasd
and ma l« to order. W lib nrtt-clasi work
men of twenty yt«rt»' experience lv tha
trade or this sect ion or ibe Stat* and mm
lntr none other than the bsst or malt>rl*
sis, the putillc are assured or thsronfk
sat Ufa i lon at lowest poislbls ratts. Tmm
l atronago of his foi met' customers lire*
uppctfulTv solicited.
"Quick S«lei nnd Small Pro its."
"ANimble Sixpence Is better tkk* *
Slow Shilling "
num. LICHTKNBMGWL

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