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mmr SANTA MONICA.
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LOR AT LAW.
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\ Residence Downey Avenue, East
as Angeles, near the end of street rail-
Office hours Irom 10 lo 12 A. M. I from 1 to
P. M. a P2O tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
las removed his office to No. 82 MAIN
THEBT, over Hotter a Bradley's Furnl
ure store. _
office Hours—From 10 to 12, 1 lo ti and s
> v. Residence—Buena Vista street.
J. Bechtinger, M. 1).,
f IHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
XT dependent and French M. B. Socle
res. Ocullstof the French Hospital ln
lan Francisco. All chronlo obstinate
ases and operations on the eyes attend
"OFFICE — No. 704 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Resldenoe—SE. cor
ler Masou and Pacific streets, San Frall
ilsco. oc3 ly
Dr. Chin Quong Zin.
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
■VCures all kinds or diseases.
office hours from 9 to 12 a.m.and from
I to 5 aud 7t09 P. a. apHOtf
■Russian and Electric Baths,
SIGNORET'S BUILDINO, oppoal.e
R. HUGHES, In returning thanks to
he public for their liberal patronage,
an wllh confidence recommend bis
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Ls the great PURIFIER andEQUAL
ZBR of the human body, enabling the
iTstem to throw off Its Impurities and
■Wing to the lungs one-sixth more I nspl
'alio* of air than oau be obtained by
oreathlng, by opening the pores ol the
ikln andglvlng full play to the Insensl
gle respiration so necessary to phyeloa
i aerA female constantly on hand tc
salt on ladles.
Open from 8 A. a. to 7 r. a. s23tf
f r immediate service; W to 16 hand
high; dark colors. Will Insrcct ut
Wicker sham's Corral,
88 SPRING STREET, Los Angeles, Iroi
JUNK 7th to June 2Sib, inclusive.
jljtd A. NEWMAN.
CO., Augu.ta,Maine. marMdawly
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
ft*a.«en«:era Puw.lujr Boutli.
Mojave, June 21. —I L Deforce,
Q Scully. 0 Badger, Col E E Hew
itt, MaJ C T Smurr, Mrs R M Wid
ney, A F Paredes, Mrs J Aasahem,
W A Barnard, A B Sealye, J W
Anderson, Mlsb W A Anderson,
Mrs W A Browning, A E Haskell,
J McFadden and wife, J VV Searles,
F Ellis, Mrs F E Kellogg, J M
Miner, J R Hlblets, J Reilly, A 8
I be Eteelloi'.
Kan Andreas—Returns from all
but five precincts give tlie Non-
Partisan tiiket 100 majority; Hor
sey, Democrat, for joint delegate
102 majority; Oarvey, Democrat,
for couuty delegate 149 majority.
Tbe remaining precincts will in
crease these majorities a few votes.
Weavervllle —Polls were opened
In but few precincts ln tbis county.
Vote ligbt. Weaverville precinct,
Non-Partisan, 83; straight Demo
Georgetown—The election passed
off peaceably. Total vote cast 176;
Workingmen 101; Non-Partisan 58;
Redwood City—The following
are reported as majoiitles from
every preoinet: Moffatt, Working
men, about i:3-i majority; Morse,
Workingmen, joint delegate, 200
majority. The Workingmeu's tick
et at large hai about 175 majority.
Oroville —In 31 preciucts beard
from tbe Non-Partisan vote was
1040, Workingmen 313. Eleven
small precincts are to hear from,
which will not materially change
Bakersfleld — Gregg (Hep) Is
elected by more thau 300 majority.
The vote ou delegates at large is so
scattered that tbe actual result can
not be given until officially can
vassed. The Non-Partisan ticket
is ahead, The Workingmen get a
San Bernardino—Tho elec ion
passed oil very quietly. Nothing
like a full vote was polled, tbe fall
ing off in tbe town precinct alone
beiug some3oo votes. Official re
turns are not all in yet, but enough
is known In ensure Ilie election of
R. S. Swing, (Dem.,) for the coun
ty by seventy five votes over IS.
A. Palmer, (Rep.) Hon. H. C.
Rolf is elected for the district over
Parker by about 100 majority. The
Workingmen's party polled a fair
vole considering its brief existence
the members confining themselves
strictly to the Workingmen's tick
et for the nominees at large. They
had no candidate for the county or
Tbe t'tiiitkl In Sun I ruicl.i i>.
San Francisco, June 21st.—It
seems as though less is known
übout tlie result in the city at noon
to-day l bun at midnight last night.
Register Kaplan's arrangements
for obtaining tho result are not
working first-class, and it is still
impossible to fix Kearney's rasjor
ity. It Is probably, however, not
far from four thousand.
'file MtKltl* ««f Hie Mi' Mhoites.
Austin, New 21. —The Reveille
publishes a letter from a raucho lv
Smooky Valley, which states that
tbe ouly Sliosliones wbo bave left
tbat valley area f-w idle, shiftless,
gambling and drinking bucks, and
that tbe majority of the baud are
quiet and peaceful, industriously
working on ranches. Captain John,
chief of Hie baud, told the Reveille's
informant that his meu do not
want to tight but to work.
He was curious to khow why
the stores in Austin refused to sell
them powder and lead. The at
tempt to purchase ammunition at
tbis season of the year when there
is no hunting is in itself, a suspi
cious circumstance and shows that
the Suoshoues, while tbey might
not In any considerable number go
on the warpath witli the Bannocks
are williag to smuggle ammuni
tion to them and to give them
aid aud comfort in spite
of the assurances of Cap
tain John to the contrary.
There Is some little excitement
at Battle Mountain, as is learned
by a letter received from
there, owing to the ambushing of
Rodea's party in Squaw Valley. A
member of tlie party, one of Russell
& Bradley's herders, had his horse
shot from under him. The party
retreated to Battle Mountain. The
letter says that while no danger is
apprehended in Battle Mountain,
things look squally In the imme
diate vicinity to the northward.
Bum t'rauelaeo Sltirkeie.
San Francisco, June 21.—Flour
unchanged. Wheat inactive; old
milliDg, nominal, at $email@example.com;
new, nominal. Barley, quiet; new,
78J@900. Oats, dull at $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rye, neglected, $1.15 offered. Corn,
dull; large yellow, $2. Hay,
steady; uew, $7@18; old, $7@15.
Potatoes, steady; good to choice,
$!}(""-'■ Wool, dull and unchanged.
Aiittllirr Keeume uf ilie Returns.
San Francisco, June 21.—Tbe
vote in this city is still incomplete,
but it is conceded that Kearney
will have a pluraiily in tlie neigh
borhood of four thousand. Tbe ma
jorities for the Non-Partisans are
Increasing iv the interior as the
counting progresses; but it Is not
probable there will be sufficient to
overcome Kearney's plurality in
this city. Tbe result In Santa
Clara County renders it probable
that the Noti-Partisan Republicans
aud Democrats well bave at least 70
couuty and joint delegates In tbe
Convention. Porter, Van Dyke,
Hale, Belcher, Shutleff, Heustic,
Smith, Martin and Schell, who also
are on both the Republican and
Non-Partisan tickets, and Waters,
on the Demooratlo and Non-Parti
san ticket, are probably elected,
giving the anti-Kearney Ites eighty
Washington, June 21st.—Tlie
Chairman nf Senator Matthews'*
Committee has called a meeting
Dubrile, the Russian ambassador
to this city, bas gone to St. Petera-
I burg witb tbe view of Inducing tbe
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 22. LB7B,
Czar to sanction the withdrawal of
the Russian forces from before Con
A Treasury circular directs that
unsold packages of newspapers
from foreign countries, not exceed
ing in weight two pounds three
ounces, may bo delivered to per
sons addressed without detention
by the custom officers.
Tbe President left the Capitol
tbis morning at seven o'clock, and
rode Immediately to tbe Exeoutlve
Mansion. At nine he had break
fast and was attending to official
duties. There were a great many
cullers during the forenoon, the
majority being Congressmen, who
desired to pay their respects to the
President before leaviug. At one
o'clock the President ictlred for
Subscriptions to the four percent,
loan to-day amount to $1,002,400.
John C. Brown having sent the
Secretary of tbe Treasury a sight
draft for $027, tbe amount disbursed
for him while ou the Louisiana
Commission, owing to the Senate
tabling tbe proposition to provide
for the payment of expenses, the
Secretary of the Treasury has writ
ten to Mr. Brown saying: "lam
desired by tbe President to return
this draft to you uncollected as he is
of tbe opinion that Congress will
yet make provision for this expen
diture, and, at all events, that you
ought not to pay any part of It."
The Secretary further says that if
Congress does not make tho neces
sary appropriation at tbe next ses
sion, tbe President will contribute
the fund from his own means.
The Potter Sub-Committee to go
to Louisiana and take testimony,
consisting of Messrs. Blackburn,
Steuger and Bred, will not leave for
three or four days. The members
believe Hint they will not be re
quired to remain iv New Orleans
longer tban a week or ten days,
and that the testimony of all wit
nesses can be taken within that
A IC< «'<!!>( KM, la N|lt nLvr ICWIIIIHII.
New York, June 21.—The Man
hattan Club has tendered a recep
tion to Speaker Randall, tbe eve
ning not yet designated.
Milke. MS Buffalo..
Buffalo, June 21.—Extra-hour
men along the docks and wharves
have struck for twenty cents per
hour. Tlie present compensation
is fifteen cents. The strike of grain
shovelers Is over and tlie men are
at work, their wrongs having beeu
NellluJC out Ilie .1 iliu al c.» i'lalHo
Kingston, Jamaica, June 21.—
Some large sugar estates in tbe
parish of St. Mary have been sold
below their value fully flity thous
and dnllais, because* the owners
are dissatisfied with tbe Govern
ment's system of immigration,
which the planters rely upon for
taking off their crops, native labor
being capricious. Tbe cattle alone
on one estate, which can be driven
off, are valued at $25,000, and there
is a crop ot sugur and rum to be
tukeu off yet.
Alisoruiiif Ileumfr..in WaaUlua-ton.
Washington, June 22.—There
is a general rejoicing in Washing
ton because, with $4,000,000 avail
able for the improvement of public
grounds, a great deal of work will
be done next year.
General Brlsblti, commanding
the 2d U. 8. cavalry at Fort
Ellis, Montana, writes an official
letter protesting against the van
dalism of strangers who, while vis
iting the National Park, not only
slay the elk which abound there,
but destroy the magnificent geyser
formations which are ages old. He
urges that a man be placed at eaoh
of tbe three entrances of the park
to enforce decency and to prevent
Tll« Puller Inveelliritlluii. (
Washington, Juno 21it.—The 1
Potter Investigating Committee <
met to day, Morrison presiding in J
tlie absence of Potter. I
Captain Thomas A. Jenks, of New <
Orleans, was examined by Repre- !
sentative Reid. He testified that
In 1876 his residence was in East .
Feliciana Parish. He held the "
position of United States
Deputy Marshal; was appointed
by Marshal Pitkin. Republicans
lv the Parish had told witness that
they were afraid to register their
names on account of intimidation.
At this point McMahon inquired
if Jenks the witness was called.
At tbe instance of Sherman: Reed -
replied that he was, whereupon
McMahon said he objected to auy
questions being put relating 1
to affairs in East Feliciana
parish excepting what materially .
effected Sherman and the question ,
whether or not Sherman wrote the
so-called "Sherman letters." This
should be decided before this wit
ness gave bis testimony regarding :
the Intimidation which was ex
perienced by Republicans in East
Filiciaua parish. A loug discussion
ensued, the Republicans taking
the ground tbat they had been en- 1
deavoring since the organiza
tion of the Committee to ascertain
the proposed scope of Investigation.
During tbis talk, Morrison stated
that Sherman had requested that
100 witnesses be subpoenaed by the
Sub-Committee wbo are to visit
Louisiana, the members of which
have not yet been formally an
nounced, to testify with
refereoco to the intimidation
that existed aud that it was his
(Morrison's) intention at the prop
er time to ask the committee to
1 refuse to hear statements of wit
' nesses regarding intimidation ln
that State. Anderson told witneaa
that he was attacked by Democrats
' and afterwards said he thought his
1 clerk, P. C. Butler, bad something
i to do with it.
Tare ■ mihewi Comiuittee in ses
' r aluu.
Washington, June 21st. —The
Matthews Senate Committee was
in private session two hours and a
a half to-day, wheu the doors were
s opened. Ja». E. Anderson was
I sworn, but being refused counsel,
| be said he had no statement to
r make nor questions to answer,
i- Tbe Committee then went into
c private session for a third time.
Lcltlna; ludlnu Nupulr I'uutrmel*.
New York, June 21.—The first
of tbe awards of Indian supply
contracts was made tbis afternoon,
those for flour being the only ones
yet announced. Twenty-nine bid
ders receive contracts for five mil
lion pounds of flour, to be delivered
at various Indian agencies. The
contracts involve about three mil
Ilanaed nt Vulliieoilir, Oblo.
Cincinnati, June 21.—Perry
Bowsher, who murdered the aged
toll gate keeper aud his wife on
tbe Clroleville pike, a short dis
tance from Chillicotne, Oblo., last
October, was hung at Chilllcotho
Housed hi Cliieago.
Chicago, June 21.—This morn
ing Jeremiah Connolly and George
Sherry were hanged at the jail for
the murder of Hugh McConviile nn
the 19th ot last January. They
were quiet and composed, and
spent the last few minutes of their
lives in silent prayer.
A Oiiverted Brnbnilu Neut up lor
Toronto, June 21.— T. V. Ray, a
converted Brahmin priest, con
victed of bigamy, has been
sentenced lo three months Impris
8111 l MassluK Ibelr l.ioi.
New Yore, June 21.—Dispatch
es state tbat 15,000 Russians have
arrived at San Stefano from Odes
sa, and that tbe Russians are con
centrating at Sbumla and Varna.
The English Govern men t is send
ing heavy reinforcements to Cape
of Good Hope.
Rnsala Will Nut Detlite.
New York, June 21.—A Berlin
dispatch says that Scbouvaloff has
Informed tbe Congresi tbat Russia
Is determined lo stand by the
Anglo-Russian agreement and will
not treat on any other basis nor
make further concessions.
Tbe duel,mat Troubles lv Berlin.
Berlin, June 21.—Agitation
continues about tbe measures
which tbe Government favors for
the repression of Socialism, and
newspapers are continually report
ing arrests ■ f Socialists and the In
terruption of meetings. The Neve
Presse (Socialist) asserts tbat tbe
Examining Magistrate nf one Ber
liu Court said recently, tbat as far
as bis Investigation had proceeded
there was not tbe least reason to
suppose tbat Nobeling was con
nected with the Social Democrats.
It is hoped that tbe Emperor will
shortly be able to go to Wllbelms
boe, and later In tbe year to Wei
mer and Gastien.
Oeueral Talk from I.ondou.
London, June 21st.—The Grego
rian calendar is likely to be adopt
ed in Russia. Tbe Council of State
and Ministers bave beeu using the
old and new styles heretofore..
The Russians are fortifying Ro
dcsto, evidently contriving every
means to gain a firm hold on Bul
garia and preparing to hold it
against all adversaries. The meeting
of the Congress rather increased
than abated their activity iv that
respect. Conservative members of
Parliament will consider the action
to be taken by the party in refer
ence to the Cabinet's policy in ac
cepting the Sohouvaloff-rialisbury
memorandum to which tho Con
servatives are generally hostile,
president naeßaimn Bet-lea log
Paris, June 21.—President Mac-
Mahon reviewed forty thousand
infantry and cavalry aud several
batteries of artillery at Long
Not as the Carer Ex pee le,l.
Berlin, Juue 21.—A messenger
bas gone to St. Petersburg, It ia
said, to report to the Czar the prog
ress of negotiations, which are
taking a different course from what
Russia expected, owing mainly to
the fresh rapprochmeut between
England and Austria, whioh ap
pears to render further concessions
on the part of Russia necessary.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms IS and It, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
John £. Jackson,
civil engineer and surveyor.
Room 41 Temple Block. slßtf
W. H. J. BROOKS. OROROk J. CLARKK.
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
•sr ALLEN'S BUIDING, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
J. A. Carry. Tiles. A. Pagan.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Ranchos. Homes, Lots and Other Prop
erly Bought aud Sold ou Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. PAGAN ls also an Attoraey-at-Law.
vi rim f
Rubottom Ranch for Sale,
This valuable property, oontalnlui
EIGHTY-SIX ACRES, one of tha mosl
eligible to Investors In Southern Callfor
nla, Is lor sale. Good title and abund
ance of water. It Is in the heart of tb<
beautiful and productive San Jose Val
ley, thirty miles Trom Los Angeles.
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures
ALSO, FOR SALE.
A RARE BARGAIN ls presented. II
health, and a desire to give my wife
change oi scene und ate, are the motive
which Induce me to sell.
Address, for terms,
mrUOIf W. W. RUBOTTOM. Spadrn.
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop s.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
This hotel takes iv an entire blnek,
frontlnt; SZO feet.on Requena street, 160 on
Mala and 65 feet on Los Angeles street.
Til X HOUMH
Are airy, anJ all contain Spring Beds,
wiiti tlie In lea i Improvements.
TH fcC TABLIC
Is supplied with the h.-st the market
A Free Omnibus is attached to tho ho*
tel. and baggage la conveyed gratis to
and from the depot.
The United States Hotel ls centrally
located, opposite the Court House, aud ls
near tbe Postoffice and Land Offlce.
Call and see lis. You will receive good
treatment. HENUY HAMMEL.
A. H. DENKER.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL'
1.09 ANGELES, CAL.,
8. W. CRAIGUE & CO..
The ot. Chariea Is located in the busl
aesa centre of the city, and la the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel ln southern California,
Free coach to the house. ;
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
oar Weston, Union Telegraph ln Hotel
Mojuvc Juno tlon, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED >9k
to receive Its numerous patron a JfciJL
uid the traveling publio ln general. Bei
ng entirely new and splendidly lur
llshed, It affords superior accomnioda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
m second to none in Southern California
THE BAR is supplied with the choicest
>rands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
.ttached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an I
mpper. it la the point of departure for
he celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Jarwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Uordo and I'au
tmlut. The offlce of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
s at this hotel, The patronage of c
raveling public N respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS *ft BOYD,
: ormerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
SIERRA MADRB VILLA,
V Private Hotel on the mesa or table
anda or the Sierra Madre Mountains,
.ilmate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
tnd mountain, overlooking the Han Oa
>rlet orange groves; ls four miles trom
all rood and telegraph stat ion; house en
lrely new, lighted by gas, and coutuius
til modern conveniences.
A School lor children on thepjcmises.
For particulars addicts proprietor, P. U.
3ox Mil, Los Angoles.
don. of CENTER & LEMON Sts.
mTH OM3 large, sunny Mid airy.-»»
TABLE supplied with nil the luxuries
.he market affords.
ma-KREE COACH to the Hotel.
RARE CHANCE FOR A
70 Acersin the Azusa-Duarte
Wator Rights Perfect and
farm house, barn a cor
ral ON PREMISES.
•■"FIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS,
five years' growth. Also, variety uf i> rult
Trees between thewalnutß.
TERMS MODERATE. Apply person
ally or by letter lo
A. J. HORN,
mrstf Postmaster at El Monte.
ffeeT BnaoSiA Co., Po Aland, Me.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
Goodall, Perkins a Co Agents,
San Francisco and Los Angele*.
. Arrive San £ ►«
t? Francisco. o" """ * o
S g 5_
' A Leave Sta ?....!>>
0 Monlea. |* * * " »;»
5 w *i
* Leave San I
Pedro. o;: :s s «
j Arrive San » h
B Pedro. !> «it.i |
1 ._ „ ?*253I a
. Arrive Sta c >,
£ Monica. |l =:: = ?
£ "I *-»
S re, S'*SSSS
- Leave San &
Franclsoo. «°: I*l s
■5 }! i 111
S «l. v v - v
Both steamships call at Port Hariord
BauLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara; also,
>n down trip, at Anaheim Landing tor
relghtonly. The Senator calls at San
Buenaventura also every trip.
■or Passengers for Han Francis o take
.he train lor Santa Monica that leaves
j» Angeles at 4:55 P. M , Loa Angeles
Los Angeles and San Diego
Till BTXA VERS
Senator and Orizaba
.cave Santa Monica and Sau Pedro tor
San Diego, June I, I), 11, lv, 21, 26, and
'assongers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles fjrSan Pedro at 3.45 p. M,,
Los Angeles time.
.ales of Fare from Los Angeles.
(Payable In Gold.)
'o Sun Francisco flft UO $10 00
i> Port Harford 12 00 9 00
'o Santa Barbara 8 CO 6 00
'O San Diego 8 60 0 50
Mans of steamers' oablns at ngniit'sofltce,
where berths may bj aiouieJ.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Constantino leaves San
luenaventura aud Santa Barbara for San
'ranclsco every Sunday, calling at all
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
3r Sin Diego and way ports about every
9n days, carrying siock, combustibles,
For Passage or Freight as « Dove, or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Porta*
Apply to H. MoLELLAN, Local
Lgeut, Oltlce, No. 68} Main street,
ver the Commercial Bank, Los
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
Important Change of Time
On and after Monday, Dec.l7th .1877. and
antllfurther notloe. trains win ruu every
lay aa follows:
LEAVE LOS ANGELES:
Wilmington 10:35 A. at. UM A. m.
»au Franclsoo 1:16 p. m. 12:40 c. is.
" Accom'datlon 10:35 A. H. 7:30 a.m.
Ifuma ™ _™ 3:36 p. m. 7.00 a. m.
A'iliuington. 8:30 " 4:6., P. M.
sau lv Ana _ 4:00 " »:»> "
TOWARD LOS ANGKLES:
t'uma „... 6:30 p. M* 10:15 A. M.
lantn Ana 0:30 A.M. SM "
iVllmluKtou 7:45 " »:10 "
Wilmington - 1:00 p. M. 2:' A) p. m.
lav Frunoisco 4:00 " 1:56 "
" Accom'datlon 4:M " 11:55 a.m.
Trains run dally to Yuma, connecting
nth steamers for Audrey, Ehrenberg
,nd intermediate landings on tbe Colo
ado about three times per mouth.
Ileeplug cars will be run dally.
Tra'ns will be run by sail Francisco
T. H. GOODMAN,
' len'l Pass, and Ticket Agt.
A. fi. TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't.
ji. K. HEWITT. Asg't Sup't.
LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE
CHAN9E OP TIME.
tr\H AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT.
\J Kth, 1877, trans will run dally ou
Ibis road as follow::
8 P Arrive J Leave Arrive In
Depot S H Depot 8. Mnlca i. Mnlca
LAngl's L. Angel's
)30 A.M. 18:40 A. M. 17.40 A.M. 110 30 AM.
1.40 P,M.|1:20 P.M. IIIHOP.M. |5:40 P.M.
On steamer days .rains will connect
with the P. C. Steanshlp Co.'s steamers
lor San Franotsco sid San Diego. See
WMJ. L. MOULTON.
olltf Ass't Sup't.
Montana Meat Market.
FKtELNOKKA FRANK, AMST
The est aid tendered MeauJfaagJ
luthenvrket. None but the esatsam
Prinaat Beef and Mutton
•ver to>* found. Note the address—Mon
tana 'eat Market, Mala Street, near
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
"VT°- 12 TEMPLE Blook, Spring street,
JM Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT ln Southern
Oll'ornla. His old customers and the
public will find It the place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET 4 SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on band. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, for whom he
has made clothing.
■VNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf
~ BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
Of Loa Angeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAIiS W. HiLLSAH, EcuKNI MEVIR,
O. W. CBTLDS, £, C. GOODWIK,
Chaklss DvcovxuH, Josa Mascarel,
John s. Griffin, C. E. Tiiom,
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Bay and Soil
LEGAL TENDERS, eOVEBN
MENT, BTATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and after this data, on all moneys
leit ai Term Deposits, interest will be al
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. BPENCE Cashier
M. S. Patrick, S. H. Mott,
A. A. wilcoz, H. Mabcry,
M. WOODWOKTH, I. LAHKBRSBia,
O. S. WfTHKRBY, JNO. O. CAPRON,
J. E. Hoi.LieNbeck,
This Bank ls prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank
ing Bu- Iness,
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at cuirent rau>s of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
I .oh Angeles _ Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. BI.ALTSON President
R.S. RAKKU Vice-President
J. M. RtXlttTf Cashier
J.S. HLAUSI.N, P. BSACIUIT,
V.A. HOOVBR, ItOBBRT S. HAKKB,
J. Bixbv, Ono. W. PuKseoTT
A. W, IIoWMAN.
Receive Savings Hank deposits.
Buy and sell exchange on San Franolsco.
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
B. iy exchange on all parts ot the United
states a.id Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
Tm.lriffith a co.
' CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
Perry, Wood worth A, Co.'s
—AH D —
No. 1» «oinmerclal agree*, near
Kail rand Depot. mrtO-tf
j. a. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES. LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OP
PARIS, CEMENT AND
10 W 0 flfl """Sc
Mason lo Notloo.
of this Lode* are held ea (fa
first MON DAT ofeaeh snoots Tit
7:30 p. m. Mtmbmgr Peauu
pha, No. aw, aad all Master Masons In
good standing are cordially Invited.
By order or tba w. - M:>
Chas. Smith. Secretary.
Lji anaulii Chapter Nt. 13,
= " =t «* fc . stated convocation! oa at
MONDAY or aaab moilS
\/V**s>\ I 7* *. at. at Masoalo IttH.
Uef VduT Sojourning companies* la
f\ /I good'UoflngcH.rdUUj |n.
WPVyf vUed - "7 order ot
ISJIl SJI " x f S. O. FOY, H. r
1 f Sam. Phagbr, '
Ui anteltt Cobmll N«. 11, Rani...
Mart Huttri, F. A i. ST
Hold! Its stated assemblies oa tba Kb
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall
ei7.su r. m Mourning c\>maaniiaa la
good standing are fraternally lnrlted to
attend By order of the Th . Hi \
"•■ O. CUNNINGHAM. ItooeeawV.
fc£jgpc«ur DeLtonCtaiMuWary Na.
Holds its stated conclaves at the A.v.
lum ln Masonic Hall, on tha tMS
THUKBDAY ot each o'etoik
c. a. Sojourning Knight.
good standing are cordially lnviteS to if.
tend. By order of the *'
J. C. T.itti.LPIKI.D, Recorder. *
i. o. o. f7
>-» D .w. woo^cTg 9 -
Loa Angeles Na. aa,l. O. «a.r.
jcatHMfe Regular meeting held oa
each week at 7H o'clock. So
. lournlng brethren In good
standing are cordially Invited.
A. FnAaa,R.B. /W BABD - y °
Orange Grove Encampment, Na. t1.1.0.
jriMttaa, RK «ULAR MEETINGS bale
the Second and Feurtb
■WpVTUESDAYS or each month at
. ; T% P. M. Sojourning Palrl-
B. M,B,- CP - CCIJPB erIb.. B .. I . a
®Knightt of Pythias.
7 o'clock, at the Castle -Hall.
Downey Block. All sojourning Knt%±li
In good standing are "ordlallylnvlteSl
_ „ „ I. A. DUNBM&R.ac
C. E. Miles,K. of K. a.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
.Jfl REGULAR MEETINGS ol
/MM this Company will take plana
yJbHL. ou the first Wedoe.dey «ve
°*'*' mmmmm w. & MOORE, Secretary.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE I
The great English remedy for Nervous
Debility, Spermatorrhea and Immature
Decline of Physical Forco.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
V.^Si 1 • a ?y c,,e ° r EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long standing, and ln either
sex, no matter from what cause pro
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, 1*
not a quack nostrum, hence perreeUy
safe to take; ls pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the cerebro spinal and sym
pathetic system of nervee aew force.
Purifies and Enriohes
The blood, rejuvenating and relnvlgorat-
Ing both mind and body. Thousands,
both ln this country and ln Europe, can
testify to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, 13 per bottle, or four time* tha
quantity lor f 10. Sent to any address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
'• i i.iuato of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to the
Orthopoßdlc Hospital of Philadel
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Franclsoo.
P. S.-DR. MINTIE can be consulted
iv reference to the aboveeomplalnta dur
ing office hours from 0 a. m. to 8 p. a.
dally,and from 6 to 8 lntheevanlng
Hunaays, to a. a. to Ip. a. Consultation
FREE. Thorough examination aud ad
vice, 15. Full directions and advlee Ire* 1
with every package of medicine, ly lutf
The Steams Ranchos.
ALTUD KOUl.vto.M. Trainee.
Ml Market St., Ban Francisco, Call
Mf"s i WW i ACRES OF LANS FOR
OU) \JVJ\J sale, In lots to salt, sati
able for the culture of Orauf"- T —
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnt
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Com,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., an
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pattt
able for Dairyin ■
Good water ls abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the nurfaoe. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELIJS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be lrrl-
Eted by Uie water of the Santa Ana river,
ost of these lands are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to rroduci
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance la
one, two and three years, with 10 per cent
I will take pleasure ln showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who arj
Invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
_ , . WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dae. 24,
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
Ism prepared lo sell,at unprecedent
ed ly low figures, eighty thousand apple
lree*. of ihe most approved varieties.
Those who propose lo set out orchards
would do well to call and examine my
sio«k. lam also prepared to sell PEAK
and other orchard trees, on favorable
terms. My object In sacrificing these
tree* is t. retire ftorn tbe nursery bu.l
O. D. COMPTON.
COMI'TON, I.«s Angeles Co,, Cal