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Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 66, «7 and 08Teiu
i.Ie Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
C COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, 0. A.
J Doblnson, Manager.
OFFICE — R OHM 8 and 9 Downey
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
Ducommun a Block, corner Main fie
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
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ROOMS 9 4 11, LANFRANCO BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avenue, East
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Otllce hours from 10 to 12 A. m. ; from 1 to
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OFFICE IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS
Angeles, Cal., nearly opposite Court
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OFFICE—Rooms No. 0 and 7, Lonfran
f.n Block, Main street. Residence—2o4
Main street. Los Angotes, Cal.
Office Hours—Fjom 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
5 and 7 to 9 p.u. apl2lf
Dr. N. 8. Ciberson,
Phytsieian and Surgeon
Office and Resldence-133 SPRING ST..
below Turnvereln Hall, Los Augoles.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to No. 32 MAIN
STREET, over Dottor St Bradley's Furni
omen Hours-From 10 to 12, 4 to 0 and 8
to 9. Residence— Buena Vista street.
J. Bechtinger, M. D.,
T>HYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
XT dependent and French M. B. Socle
iTia. Oculist of the French Hospital In
Ban Francisco. All curonto obstinate
oases and operations on the eyes attend
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—SK. cor
ner Mason aud Pacific streets, San Fran
clsoo. oc3 ly
Dr. Chin Quong Zin.
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and A r
■VCures all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to 12 a. m. and from
2 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. v paw r
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIGNORET'S BUILDING, opposite
It. HUGHES, In returning thanks ta
the public for their liberal patronage,
cqb with confidence reoommond his
As the great PURIFIER snd EQ.UAL
IZRRofthe human body, enabling the
system to throw off Its Impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more Inspi
ration ot air than can beootainel by
breathing, by opouing the pores of the
skin and giving full play to the Insensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical
oa-A female constantly on hand to
Open from 8 A. at. to 7 p. m. s2Btf
Called for and delivered to any port
or the city, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can be left at the book store of
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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
rnnnftulrora Uuiuk Nuiitli.
Mojave, May 9.—Judge Nichols
and son, Mrs R B Cameron, Mrs J
D B Hhorb, nurse and child; Miss
Nellie Hawley, Miss M B Camer
on, J 1) Buulap, Mrs Ellen Brown
ing and two sons, J M Bice, H W
Carpenter, J B Watson, G E Bil
lings, Mrs A C Bagley and child, E
A Copeland, J Flournoy, CJQulnn,
J A Graves, D Wiloox, J A Bay, H
J Martin, L C Anderson.
lirnriiry !>lil Not Brntlt It U|t.
San Fkancisco, May 9. —Much
interest was centered in the meet
ing of Workingmen called by the
County Committee at Horticul
tural Hall last evening, us it whs
believed it would i>3 a test whether
such a meeting could be held with
out being broken up by Kearney
and his crowd. Kearney had vir
tually given notice that he would
be ou hand and run matters in his
own way. At half past 7 o'clock
the crowd began to assemble, aud,
liy 8 o'clock the spacious hall was
filled. Everything was quiet until
tho meeting was opened. M. W.
Willis, the well known band
master, was called to the chair
without opposition, and he intro
duced as the first speaker A. Gans,
who was expelled from the Elev
enth Ward Club last night for his
opposition to Kearney.
Before he commenced Police Ser
great Harmon delieved himself of a
brief and pithy speech, to the effect
that the first man who created a
disturbance would be arrested by
the police, about fifty of whom
lined the sides of the hall.
Mr. Gans began by reading the
call of the Couuty Committee for a
meeting of all opposed to one-man
rule in the party. At the conclu
sion of tho reading, the Kearney
party, who formed a strong major
ity of those present, at ouoeset up
a chorus of coughing, catcalls, etc.
In the instant, the police muzzled
one of the most promiuent disturb
ers ami hustled him out of the hall.
Gans theu reviewed the history of
the movement for the last few
months, including the schism creat
ed by Kearney and the Open Let
ter. He wus frequently interrupted
by applause from his own party
«nd occasional groaus and cheers for
Kearney, but the prompt action of
the police at the outset tended to
keep that faction quiet.
H. L. Knight was the next, speak
er aud was received with a chorus
of cheers and groans. He made a
sensible, moderate speech, dwelling
upon the purpose of the party and
the dissensions that hud arisen in
its ranks on account of Kearney's
domineering spirit. He also was
occasionally Interrupted by cries of
the opposing factions, but nothing
that could be considered a disturb
ance arose, though it was evident
that the speuker wus the principal
target for the spite of the Kearney -
Mr. Mills next made a speech,
mainly directed against what he
termed concentrated capitalists.
While he was speaking Kearney,
who had not made his appearance
in the hall, opened a street meeting
outside, aud perhaps live hundred
of those present In the hall joined
him. This left his remaining ad
hereuts in the hull with but little
backing, and, during the remain
der of the meeting, almost perfect
Judge C. B. Ladd was the next
speaker and received a most quiet
and respectful hearing, devoting
his attention to what he deemed
necessary reforms to be considered
in the coming Constitutional Con
vention, including the reorganiza
tion of the Executive, Legislative
and Judicial branches of the Gov
ernment and the imposition of tax
ation on land alone.
Edward Fair next addressed the
meetingbriefly.and was followed by
Frank Kooney, the newly elected
Chairman of the Executive Com
mittee. His appearance was the
signal for some expressions of
disapprobation from a few of those
present, but the meeting was evi
dently with him and he spoito his
piece without hindrance.
P. D. Moore addressed the meet
ing iv a few rousing remarks
which were well received aud the
Chairman, after thanking those
present for their attention, declared
the meeting adjourned.
After the hall had been (■•eared
and closed, the police formed a line
in the street and addressed them
selves to the task of dispersing the
Kearney crowd, which was effected
without active resistance but at
tended with considerable hooting
from the Kearneyites.
The result may be considered as
proof that a very large and, by far,
the most respectable portion of the
Workiugmeu's party in this city
has seceded from Kearney ism, pure
andsimple, and pronounced in favor
of a lawful mode of procedure.
There were probably three or four
thousand persons in the hull, of
whom, apparently, not more than
one-third were partisans of Kear
ney, although he hail made great
efforts to muster his forces for the
purpose of capturing the meeting,
Taking this as an imiicatiuii of the
general feeling in the ranks of tho
party, it may be considered that the
dictator finds himself with » minor
ity of the party at his back aud
with all its best elements arraigned
I'ollllral-Tlio Ml aril < iiiiiiullire.
San Francisco, May Mb.—The
Committee of twenty-five consist
ing of thirteen Republicans and
twelve Democrats, in response to
the call of citizens to nomiuate a
non-partisan delegation to the Con
stitutional Convention for the city
and county, and First Congression
al District, met last evening in the
Niueteenth District Court room
aud effected a permanent organiza
tion by choosing C. A. Low, Presi
dent; J. R. Kelly, Vice-President;
J. L. King, Secretary and J. M.
Burnett, Corresponding Seoretary.
They resolved to meet Friday to
nomiuate eight delegates at large
for the First Congressional Dlatriot.
They will also suggest the namesof
tbirty-one delegates for the city
Homy George announces himself
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY LO. LB7B
as an independent candidate for
the Constitutional Convention on
the reform platform.
Mho rn*ii<-li<-.. Jutn.
Han Francisco, May 9lh.—Mi
chael McDermott, residing on
Clementina street, near First, as
saulted bis wiTe with a chair this
morning, inflicting injuries which
will probably prove fatal. McDer
mott was locked up pending the re
suit of his wife's injuries.
Early this morning Kearney
waited upon the Chief of Po
lice and expressed a desire to bring
Sergeant Harmon and all those
police engaged in dispersing the
crowd at Kearney's meeting last
night before the Police Commis
sioners. The Chief told him to
make his complaints in writing but
refused to listen to any further talk
ou the subject. Kearney with »
crowd of about 200 or 300 of his fol
lowers, then went to the City Hall.
Kearney entered the Mayor's
office, and, in the absence of the
Mayor, (submitted to the Clerk a
petition tor the release of one
O'Connell, imprisoned for assault
ing Hayward, known as the Potre
ro blacksmith. Kearney theu went
outside, mounted a wagon and be
gan to barraugue his followers,
wkfn the appearance of the police,
wfli instructions to disperse the
crowd, caused him to best a retreat.
I lit' Nnlluunl Ureunb.ick f'unveii
Philadelphia, May 9th.—Upon
the reassembling of the National
Convention, several short addresses
were made, some being of a com
munistic tendency. The Commit
tee on Credentials reported, admit
ting all the labor delegation from
Philadelphia, and ten out of forty
six greenbackers were in the dele
Washington, Muy 9.—House.—
After the morning hour expired
Wood moved to go into Committee
of the Whole on the Tariff bill.
Conger moved to strike out the en
acting clause, which motion the
Speaker, after some hesitation and
questioning as to precedents, de
clared out of order, beoause the bill
was not before the House instead
of before the Committee of the
Conger then moved that the gen
eral debate be limited to ten min
utes, but after some spirited pass
ages between O'Neill and Wood,
ID which the latter said he would
not allow debate to be limited, and
would oppose stifling the Ways
and Means by such methods, Con
ger adopted the suggestion of Gar
field, and made his motion to limit
debate to two hours. This was de
feated by 132 to 107. Butler asked
how long the debate would last.
Wood said it was Impossible to
tell, but certaiuly until the Repub
licans were better informed than at
present. He would ask the House
first to consider whether they
would act on the bill this session.
Kelly said it was important for
the bill that Its friends should
■ have a chance to explain it. He
I had voted against his colleague
■ and party because —
Here Conger interrupted and ob
jected to an excuse, and Kelly, ex
citedly, said he had nothing to ex
cuse himself for.
Neill asked Wood if ho would
permit a raotiou to strike out the
Wood refused to nuswer and the
House went iuto Committee of the
Whole on the Tariff bill.
Senate—lugalls said that the
number of maimed soldiers added
to the pension roll on aocouut of
the legislation of March 9th, pen
sioning the survivors of the War
of 1812, was but 156.
Sargeut stated that the number
10,491 was the number of applica
tions tiled and not tho number
Burnside called up the House
joint-resolution to provide that
arms be issued to Territories as well
as States, not exceeding 500 stand
Davis, of West Virginia, submit
ted in amendment t nut the present
quota of (States shall not thereby
be diminished. Agreed to aud bill
Tito jolnt-resolutioii reported
from the Committee on Education
and Labor for the enforcement of
the nine-hour law iv all the De
partments of the Govern incut, gave
rise to a lively discussion, iv the
course of which Banks denounced
the disregard of the law by the
Government as scandalous aud in
famous. Butler, of Massachusetts,
advocated a penalty for its disre
gard, aud said that there was more
powder and ball wanted in the ad
ministration of the laws. The
Joiut-resolution was passed.
Terrible MuusUlrr uu Ibo Burtler.
Washington, May 9.—A letter
has just been received by Repre
sentative Schleicher from a promi
nent citizen of Corpus (Jhristi,
Texas, which contains the follow
ing reliable statement regarding
recent terrible and outrageous
murders committed iv Webb,Duval
and surrounding counties, by Mex
icans in the garb of Indians: "I
have lived in the counties of San
Patricio, Live Oak and Muses for
thirty years, and have been through
all the troubles of the frontier, but
I have never before seen such
wholesale slaughter. They took
little boys from seven to twelve
years old, and two ineti on
horseback would hold them up by
their hands while the third would
take out their entrails. The men
they would shoot aud take out
their entrails. This was seen by
women and meu who wsre hid in
the brush, and we found the bodies
mutilated as related to us. The
killed amounted to about twenty
five men and children from 7 to
16 years old. This raid was made
to get horses for the Mexican
army. I am told on good au
thority that all the raiders reoeive
is tho mouey they oan get with
other valuables aud $1 a head for
all the horses they bring safely
over the Rio Grande. I think they
must have crossed over the Rio
Grande with about 500 or 600 head
of saddle horses. There were about:
forty-five raiders altogether aud
about twenty-six in the party that
did the killing. There were about
ten men in tho party that was bo
low Sau Diego and eight, or ten in
the one that crossed above Eairle
Pass. When I say 500 or 600
head of horses, I mean
the number that was
taken by the party that did the
killing. The party that crossed the
Rio Grande below Rio Grande
City had about 150 bead of horses.
I do not know how many horses
they took across above Eagle Pass."
Tile rolnrnilu Deaert Hrheino Ak»lu.
Washington, May 9.—Teller, of
Colorado, to-day introduced iv the
Beuate a copy of the bill agreed
upon two months ago by the House
Public Lands Committee to encour
age the introduction of a supply of
fresh water on the Colorado Desert.
The bill proposes to convey to
Oliver M. Wozencraft and Ills asso
ciates all of said laud, sectiou by
section, upon the payment of their
present appraised value and proof
being made by a commission of
army engineers that sufficient
water has been furnished by canals
to completely irrigate such sections.
Tlie luvrallgullou rrnjrct.
Washington, May 2.—A Dem
ocratic member of the House,
prominent in the movement for
the investigation of alleged Flor
ida and Louisiana Presidential
frauds, says that those who have
the subject in hand oould not re
port a resolution for investigation
because they have not yet agreed
upon the form and details, but
such resolution will be introduced
some day this week. The Com
mittee on the Judiciary will be
entrusted with the investigation.
He expresses confidence that it will
passandsays that every Democrat
aud a number of Republicans will
vote for it iv order that the couu
try shall be satisfied of the charac
tei of votes awarded to Hayes and
Wheeler iv Florida aud Louisiana.
Ktormy Times Iv Cuiivoutloii.
Philadelphia, May 9th.—The
National Convention continued its
session until 2:30 this morning ow
ing to a bitter discussion ou the
platform. The Convention renewed
its session and discussion at 10
o'clock to day with but little more
than half of the delegates present.
Fnucy Nliuotioff nc 4'llleitico.
Chicago, May 9.—Capt. Carver,
of Han Francisco, did some accurate
fancy shooting with a rifle here to
day, breaking 25 out of 28 balls in
forty secouds and 90 out of 100. He
brought down a particular duckiu
a flock, firing 700 to 800 yards into
the lake. Captain Bogardus also
made some remarkable experiment
al shots. Carver will shoot again
to-morrow, and a match here with
Bogardus is probable.
London, May 9.—Demands for
charity iv the strike district are
very heavy. Tho decision reaffirm
ed at Manchester, to carry out the
general lock-out, will throw a cou
ple of thousand more people iuto
Priuoe BUmarcu u,t< Neurit Itfln.
Berlin, May 9th.—Prince Bis
marck is suffering from a relapse
of his old neuralgic affection. The
time of bis returu is uncertain.
I? It E3 13 LI II it -Vlt V
MAY 28th, 29th & 30th,
AT 2 3D P. It., AT
SU&tNJSR W. BUG BEE, Manager.
Chorus of 2000 Voices!
IMMENSE ORCHESTRA! ELECTRIC-
Ity, Artillery and Telephone!
Carl Zerrahn, Boslon, John P. Morgan
anil R. Herold, San Francisco; M. W.
WHITNEY, the Greatest Llvlnj Basso;
Helen Ames Billings, Miss Ahole Clark,
W. H Fessenden.or Boston, and many
oilier celebrated soloists.
Halo or Tickets begins at Sherman,
Hyde & Co.'s, Sau Francisco, April h 2wlh.
SEASON TICKETS, for three days, $5.C».
Slnglo Tickets from 11 to $2. according
to location. No rfxtra charge for reserved
seats. Orders by mail will receive prompt
attention, CHAS. SCHUTZ,
apSS-lm Ticket A«ent.
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
I nm prepared to sell,at unprecedent
edly low flfßirMi eighty thousand apple
trees, of the most approved varieties.
Those who propose to set out orchards
would do well to call and examine my
stoalc. lam aluo prepared to sell PEAR
and other orchard trees, on favorable
terms. My obleot tn sacrificing the*e
trees la to retire from tho nursery busi
G. D. OOMPTONi
COMPTON, Los Co,, Cal
Montana Meat Market.
FKrELINOKR A FRANK, ASJaV
The liest and tenclerest
In tho market. None but the etskseem
frimost Beef and Mutton
ever to be fonnd. Note the address—Mon
tana Meal Market, Main Street, near
First, Los Angeles.
Largest Auction House in
H. R, BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Two doirs East of Old Stand, on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
»*- REGULAR HALE on Saturdays
from t) o'clock a. h. till 4 p.m. Spocial
Hales mnde at any time.
HOUSES;. WAGONS, and all kinds of
goods bought and sold.
Reference (R. E. Hyde, Ires B'k Visalla
by peimLs'n t V* Spence.Cash Coui B'k
JalOtf 11. R. BROWN. Auctioneer.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
:e. w. nsroirTEs
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET BT.,
opposite tho Court House, and will be
pleased to serve bis old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estute nales. Regular Bale days for
Horses aud rolling stock,
WEDNESDA YS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I intend to make ray charged less
than those of anybody else in the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the first $1000 aud one percent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES.
WAGONS and all kinds of property, and
N. B.—Saturday's jalas commence at 10
A. m. and close at 4 p. .v.
E. W. NOYE*.
Oldest Auctioneer lv Southern California.
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
(from St. Paul, Minnesota,) is now to be
29 Spring street,
Nest the Dollar Store. Hond along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses. Bun
gles, Wagons and other merchandise you
may havd to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday moi ning atll o'clock precise
ly. Rout Estate sales also atteuded to.
JUOSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,^
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Room! lit and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cat.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. slstf
W.H.J. BBOOK3. MOIOI J. CI.AIIKE.
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
KIT ALLEN'S BUIDING, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
J. A. Cakev. Tuos. A. Eaqan.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Rannhns. ITou-ies, Lots and Other Prop
eny Bought mid Sold on Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. FAGAN Is also an Attcrney-at-Luw.
For business aud edueattoual reasons,
desiring to remove into Loj Angeles, I
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Inchiding residence and out-bulldlngs
horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc., tor ihe term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of £04 acres, on which
are4o,ooo grape vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 600 lemon
and lime troes; also a number of black
walnut, poean, almond, flg f apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; twoor three acres <-f alfalfa, llfty
aorcs vacant arable land, and
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence Is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, col t and
shower baths. There Is also a BILLIARD
ROOM, table and appurteuances.
The farm is most eligibly situated lv
the FRUIT BELT of the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Los Angeles
city, and near the Railroad Statiou of
.Sun Gabriel Mlssiou. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terras, to-wlt: One
third cash, the balance In one, two, three
and tour years, at 10 per cent, interest per
annum interest, payable semi-annually.
B.J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10A11 Strelltz Building, Springßt.
M. F- HuUewn and Chronicle copy. o2ltf
These popularand well appointed
PICNIC? Gr ROUIV I> S
Will he opened for the season
OIsT IMZ-A/Y" STH,
by the MAI FUST of the Turnvereln Ger
mania, which will be one of the most en
joyable picnics of the season. Every
precaution will be taken to prevent
doubtful characters from entering the
LUNOn will be served on the Grounds,
myltf J. K. EBEKLE A BRO.
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
Tbis hotel lakes in an entire block,
from lug 320 feelou Rcqueua street, 100 on
Main and B5 feet on L'ts Angeles street.
Are airy, and alt contain Spring Beds,
with the latest improvements,
Is supplied with tho b'st the market
A Free Omnibus Is attached to the ho
tel, and baggage Is conveyed gratis to
and from the depot.
The United States Hotel Is centrally
located, opposite the Court House, aud is
near the Postolnce and Land Office.
Call and see us. You will receive good
treatment. HENRY HAMMEL.
A. H. DENKER.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIGUEACO..
The St. Charles la located in the busi
ness centre ofthe city,and Is the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel In Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
oar Western Union Telegraph in Hotel
Mojnv« .Tiinctlon, Oa.l*
rrarjs house is nowpepared JbA
X to receive its numerous patron sJujjM.
and the traveling public in geueral. Be*
lng entirely new and splendidly fur
nished, it affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to none in Southern California
THK BAR is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an l
supper, tt Is the point of departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
amlnt. The office of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The patronage of c
traveling public la respectfully solicited.
MATTHEW* & BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
SIERRA .UADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on tha mesa or table
lands of the Sierra Madio 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 telegraphstatiou; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A School for children on the paemiscs.
For particulars addiess proprietor, I. O.
Box mi. Los Angeles.
Cor. or CENTER & LEMON Sts.
•BROOMS largo, sunny and airy."Wi
TABLE supplied with all the luxurks
the market alfords.
IWFREE COACH to the Hotel.
a«>l3tf E. DUNHAM, Proprietor.
NO. 41 SPRINC ST.
A fill' assortment of Ur»l.class Family
Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter,
Eggs, Bacon. Hams, Lard, etc., kept on
hand AT REASONABLE TRICES. fe2otl
KWONU HING & CO.,
37 HI" It 1N tl •* TR X XT,
Chinese and Japanese Goods and Toys.
FKEsII TKAB,cheapest and best in tho
town. CIGARS of the best brands. Ser
vants and hauds of all kinds furnished.
up I tf
P. CASENAVE. J. ROQUE.
r». CASENAVE «St Co.,
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
Comer of Seventh and olive Sts.
•TQREKN, ROASTED, WHOLE and
GROUND COFFEE, and all kinds of
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
"VT"«. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring-street,
JX Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
California. His old customers and the
public will And It (he place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, lor whom he
has made clothing.
»«-.\'u necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. tlec3o"tf
FARMERS' <t MERCHANTS'
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL 000,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAIAS W. H K1.1.M AN, EUQBXB MBYBR,
O. W. Childs, L. C. Goodwin,
CtIAHLRS DUCOMUUN, JUHB MASCAREL,
John s. Griffin, C. E. Taos,
Frank I nrouvKF.ru.
Exchange for sale oa
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and issue Their
Bur aud Sell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gotd
and Silver Bullion.
From and afterthls date.on all moneys
leitas Term Depositß. interest will be al
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,(100
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENCE Cashier
M. S. Patrick, S. H. Morr,
A. A. Wilcox, H. Ma bury.
M. WOODWOKTII, I. LANKERSUIM,
O. S. WITHBRBY, JNO. G. t'AI'HON,
J. E. HOI.LBNBECK,
This Bank Is prepared to receive de
posits <-ii open arcount, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Rank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at cuirent rates of exchange.
Lri'M Angeles „ Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. St-AUSON President
K. s. BAKKK Vice-President
J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier
J. 8. Hi.auson, J*. Beacdky.
V. A. IIuoVKK, ROBERT S. Jt a KKR,
J. 1(1X1. V, (JKO. Wi PHK3COTT
A. W. Cowman.
Reeclve Savings Bank deposits.
Buy anil sell exchange on Han Francisco.
New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and
Buy exchange on all parts of the United
States aod Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
hanking and exch mcc business.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry*, Woodworth & Co.'B
— AND —
No. itt Comnaereial street, near
Knllro.nl Depot. mr2o-tf-
J. G. JACKSON
Corner alamedo and First Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATH 8,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
fit 4AA A ? *'JaX ~u
. H . .'SI
Masonic Hot tee.
M Us As(<ln ls*ts a*. «>, r,«
_ * A. H.-The slated mesUaaa
V y or ibis l/odre >ra held oa tl
first MONDA V of each moata at
/ ▼ > 7:30 p. a. Members of Psntal.
pha, No. 202, and .11 Master aTsaeas la
good standing are corJlally Invited.
H.v order of tho W: M>
i 'it am. Smith, Secretary.
Lis Angeles Chapter Ne. SI, «;. » : . j
Stated convoeatlons oa ■»-'
\J MONDAY of each bm£
Zft r - "■ " M »»'e«sß.,
4M laJ Sojourning so uj pan loss ta .
AU .landing oordlslly la-
VfgaYW vlted. By order of
8. C. FOY, H. P
1 f Sam. Phaqsk,
Lot Annies Council Ha. 11, Rent! tjt*
Select Muter,, F.lil £7 1
Holds Us slated assemblies on the 41k I
Monday of each month at Masoale Hall
at 7:30 p. m Sojourning Comrjaalons la -
good standing are fraternally Invited is I
attend. By order of the Th'- lU*.
H. Q. CUNNINGHAM. KooordW. |
J^KNIGHTS TEMPLAR |
Ctsur Ot UesCeeiwisJtrwlt,.
Holds its stated conclaves at the An*- !
ium In Masonic Hall, on the lMk
THURSDAY of each month, at7Ko'alo2
p. M. Sojourning Knights T.mplar la -
good standing are cordially Invited to at
tend. By order of the
J. C. Littlefibld, Recorder. '
I. O. O. F.
"TnaVtlii *«"tteltt<» Losta-o mm. Mas.. !
stSjMa ■• "■ «>.r-Regol«r masJRS ,
this Lodge are held eve** 2
, MONDAY evening at I o'otooxf
lu9$ d F "» °*»' Hall, Downey Bloen.
V letting and sojourning brothers In rout
standing are Invited to attend.
E. A. PREUS9. N. O .
Fred. W. Wood. Kce. sec
Los Angeles nan m*. so, i. ©. e>.r.
fj£Mb W M.NKHII AY* KVENIMe "l
**SjJ a B a Weach week at 7% o'clock. Sja>
lournlng brethren In goad
standing are cordially Invited.
. „ W. BARD, N. Q.
A. Frank, R. 8.
Orange Grove Encampment, Ne. St, I. *V
REGULAR MEETINO* heist
5-f3 HH"'i ilie Seoond had Fourth
•MWTrKHI.AVS of each moo ties
7> i p - *• Sojourning Fttrl
arehs in good landing are cordially lirt.%
ted to attend.
B. MARxsßy, Scribe. 0 CIJP8 ' C - *• |
§Knights_ot Pythias. J
OLIVE LODOE, No. M.
meets every Thursday sv.atßa?aa>
"•clock, si th. Ce.lleTsTlfl,
Downey Block. Ail sojourningKnlaTkU
in good standing are . ordlallvlnvite*.
I. A. DUNBMOOB,O. C
C. E. Miles, K. of R. 8k
Confidence Engine Company Ne. 2.
,jr REGULAR MEETINGS Ol
JtMi this Conipany will take elaee
/ikBL. on the first Vednssdsy ere
-(.'fMEn nlng of each month, at I
Jm/BBk o'clock. By order,
w. B. MOURE. Beoretarr.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE I
The great English remedy for Ken-one
Debility, spermatorrhea and t rsmstors
Deollne of Physical Fores.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively ours, thoroughly and
permanently, any esse of KXHaUBTZB
VITALITY or Nwvous Debility, . I tier
acute or of long standing, and in either
sex, no matter from wnat cause pro
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription. Is
not a quack nostrum, hence perlßMly
sare to take; is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the cerebro-splnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new forse.
Purifies and Enriches
The bloou. rejuvenating and relnvtgorat-
Ing both mind and body. Thousands,
both In this country snd In Europe, can
testify to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, (3 per bottle, or four times the
quantity lor 110. sent to any 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 the
Orthopeedlc Hospital of Philadel
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
P. S.-DR. MINTIE oan be consulted
In relerenoe to the above complaints dur
ing office hours from a a. h. to I r. sr.
daily, and from 6 to t in the evening.
SV'!J , 5 y "l-\? A - tOl p - *• Consuliatlou
r KEE. Thorough examination aud ad
vice. 15. Full directions snd advice tree
with every package of mediolne. lylntr
The Steams Ranches.
ALf'KKO K..HJ.NSOM, Trtutee,
»« Market Bt., Hmm rrsssltte, Cal.
U/ , I W U ■ ACRES OF LAND FOR
OXJfKJKJVJ sale, In lots to suit, sati
able for ths culture of Oranges. Lemons.
Limes.flgs, Almonds, Walnuts, reaches.
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye. Barley ,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., snd also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, tun
able tor Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an averaae
depth of six feet from th. surface. Osal
niosl every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained and
th. more elevated portions oan he Irri
gated by the water of th. Santa Ana river.
Most of these lands are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to produef
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; eelanee la
one, two and three years, with 11) per cent
I will take pleasure In showing these
lands to parties seeking land, woo are
Invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
. t . . WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dee. St,
Nos. U! and lis Main Street, Los Angeles.
Having: rosumod the bnslnsss of esrrtnaa
making In all Its branches, Is prepared
to fill orders lv that line.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES « WAfiINS
Or every description eonstsatly en head
snd ma le to order. With first-class werh
men of twenty years' experience la the
trsde oftuis section or the State aid an.
ins: none other than tbs best of materi
als, the public are assured of thareaak
satl.fn Hon at lowest pocslble iat«s. Tns
pain,nag. or his former customers Is re-
"Quick Sates and small Pro its."
'A Nimble sixpence Is better than a
Slow Shilling " *—mm