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Prlee.atyle, and Elocnuo ol Works
J. A. GIAVEB,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. 1 BTRELITZ BLOCK.
JOHN C. MORGAN,
ATTORNEY AT I.A.W,
mmf SANTA MONICA.
v7K7uOWARiS F. H. HOWARD^
Howard, Brosscau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 68,«7 anil 88 Tem
ple Block, third floor, Loa Angeles. I
HENRY T. HAZARD,
COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, O. A.
OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
8. C. HUBBELL,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
Ducommun ■ Block, corner Main *
Commercial streels, Los Anseles. may7-tf
v. OI.ASSKI.I., a. H. SMITH
A B. CHAPMAM. H.M.SMITH
GLASSEU, CHAPMAN « SMITHS,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK np-atalrs, l.os
Angelea. California. oc2-tf-2
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTOUNKV AT LAW.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. T3, los
,\nge ea. iiia-lm
_ W. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
•vs-Rooms 2 aud 3, Allen's Building,
corner of Spring and Temple 8t«. a!Bif
_ DR. W. W. ROSS,
l'hyaeToiaii nud Sitrtpoou
OFFICE—CARDONA BLOCK, Rronis
17 and 18. Residence-Corner of Filth
and Hill streets. mj26-lm
i fnceand Residence-No. 13FRANK 1,1 N
VW. N. p. RICHARDSON,
and tr l >iriceoii
Residence, Fort Hill, I Offlee.No. 19 Dow
Buena Vista street. I neyßlock.upstaire.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
IJOOMS9 A 11, I.ANFRANCO BLOCK.
I\ Residence Downey Avenue. East
Los Angeles, near the end of street rail
Office hours from 10 to 12 a, m .; from 1 to
4 p. M. ap2o tf
Dr. Joseph Kurt*
g.s removed bis office lo No. 82 MAN
REET, over Dotter A JJradley's Furnl
otfioe Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 to 8 and 8
to ». Residence—Buena Vista slreet.
J. Bechtingor, M. D.,
PRYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependent and French M. B. socle
ties. Oculist of the French Hospital In
Han Franclsoo. All chronic obstinate
caseaand operations ou the eyes attend
OFfICE — No, 704 Sacramcuto street,
oornar of Kearny. Residence—«E. cor
ner fraaou and Pacific streets, San Fran
jingo. QP3 ly
Jr. Chin Quong Zln,
OlTlCE—Corner Los Angeles and At
secures all kinds of diseases.
Of •* hours from 8 to 12 A. M. and from
Ito u7to9 P. M. apSotf
o. ».:..- —i t?i««a)i>tfi Rathe
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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
I'Htfcfitiri-ia l°ne»li*a~ Monti,.
Mo.Tave, July B.—Miss h A Wat
son, Miss E M Watson, J R Wat
son and wife, II W Snow, Mrs X
j Morgeiithan, Mrs P H Look and
! daughter, J E Connolly, S Rosen
berg, C Mores, H Mikel, E C
I Ohllng, J McNeill, W S Golden,
j Mrs W H Pope, H J Wood, F
! Pisher, C Wilson, S Hill.
11.<- Yeituelfn A rmia ncl nl Vcniaia
i San Buenaventura, July 3.—
i The prisoners charged with the
murder of T. Wallace More over a
J year ago at the Sespe ranch were
i arraigned to plead this morning.
Col. James O. Howard, of I.os An
geles, appeared as additional coun
sel for Ihe prosecution. Mr. Fay,
I for the defense, moved to set aside
the indictment, on the ground that
McCart had once before been held
to answer and Ihe charge ignored,
and that the case had never been
ie-Mibmlt(ed by order of any Court
;Of competent Jurisdiction to Ihe
i hand Jury. The Court gave the
prt'SecUtion one hour to find au
thorities lo meet the point.
luter*Ml,i|r Nt-Ma from V.. i.h.
Yreka, Cal., July 3—A man
from Lake county yesterday, ie
ports the excitement in regard to
Indians all subsiding and that lei"
tiers are returning to their homes.
The Chief of the Klamaths went tn
Agent Roork aud the officers of
Fort Klamath and assured
tbem that they would not
fight Ihe whites, but would
help to fight the Indians
if they wanted them to. On Mon
day, the Deputy Sheriff"of Mendo
cino county and a Spaniard arrest
ed a man named Webb who lias
been living for the past two montba
near Linkvllle, for murdering a
roan in Mendocino and running
away witli his wife. When sitting
!(!own to breakfast Webb asked the
Deputy lo take oft' his handcuffs
and lie would not try to do any
thing. The deputy took them off .
and a woman came in with break
fast aud sat alongside of Webb.
She gave hlra a pistol when he
shot the deputy four times.
Tbe Spaniard ran, Webb chas
ing him a short distance,
and then making his escape. It is
reported that the citizens have the
murderer surrounded in a log house.
He has a rifle and pisto', wilh am
munition, and swears he will not
be taken alive. The dt pn y is not
expected lo live.
Portland, July 3d.—The weath
er Is cool und cloudy. The rains
which have fallen during the past
forty-eight hours have been of in
estimable benefit to the crops.
No new cases of small-pox have
been developed here. The author
ities are taking every possible pre
caution to prevent tlie spread of
| the contagion.
A young mail named Ed war I
' Galloway, living about a mile
I above Rainier, W. T., was run over
j yesterday by a heavily loaded Wag
on and kilted.
Col. Lang arrived here lust night
from Wasco county and brings in
formation tlint many people are
coming Into that place from
different parts of Grant
couuty in consequence of the fear
of Indians. It is believed, how
ever, to be an unnecessary scare.
All resident Indians are perfectly
quiet and friendly and the only
danger that could arise would be
from a possible movement of hos
tiles trying to escape from General
A fire occurred at Oak Point, W.
T., yesterday, tlestroying several
buildings, Including the Postofflce,
general storage room and several
Tiie Hlse.iiirl Itlvi m Rise.
ST. Joseph, July 8.1. —The Miss
ouri river is higher than tiuee 1844. i
' N |>> «I.• r [ (In'Mlnll I ,|ie,e , »|l
New York July 3d.—Speaker
Randall had a reception by the
' Manhattan Club last night. He
stigmatized the Republican success
i iv the last Presidential election as
the most gigantic fraud the world
rimiai mini R-cepiiou.
HARRISBORO, July 3 —ThePreei-
- dent and party held nn informal
; reception at the Governor's man
' slon last night.
III.In, eir l„r Esllseil.
: Naw Yobk, July a.-Tilden and
- pi her 'notables failed for England
The l.i iiIKVIIIe Hare.
Louisville, July 3.—Crowds are
' pouring In and the largest assem
- binge ever seen here will witness
the event to-morrow. Teubrceck
, and Mollle McCarthy are in splen
did condition and given just enough
. work to keep them in trim. Bet
ting here is flve to three on Iho
«\,ili.io for miulstrr lo Bolivia.
BTrw» Tuly B.—Governor
of minister to
illfiiriila \i.u .
i invitation to
t tbe State Fair,
ime future time
■ uqillr] .
July 3.-T. C.
r tried to fill the
crats. He heard
t was killed be
le protest; never
as killed because
... | -• .» :•;>!«> letter Shy
5 "ai 1 1 Iffißj * t»tf I - «ever
\ wni" nfUJftVl! last thtra was no
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LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 4. 1878.
was no intimidation in East Feli
ciana. His brother, Daulel Web
ber, told Ulm they went fuirly
Democratic. Influence was brought
to benro.: hlra and his brother to
get a protest that Intimidation was
used. Sherman gave Dan Webber
assurances that lis would be taken
care of. Witness saw the letter the
day bis brother got It. Mrs. Jenks
had nothing to do with It. The
Sherman letter entailed mortifica
tion on the family and the witness
destroyed it late In the Hummer of
1877. Witness personally knew of
au agreement between Sherman.
Anderson aud Webber.
Emile L. Webber testified that
the conference held in Now Orleans
during the count in 1876 was un
derstood to be led by Senator Sher
man. In conversation with Sher
man, witness was assured that if
his brother should stand by his pro
test he would be protected. In com
pliance with the request of Sher
man, witness went after his brother
and Anderson aud informed them
that the visitiug statesmen were
desirous of seeing them. Andersen
in reply said, "Tell them to go to
hell." Ills brother, however, went
lo see Shermt it and they hud a long
conversation regarding the protest.
Two or three days after this con
versation occurred, his brother
showed him Sherman's letter ef as
surance and told him that Sherman
gave It to him, at the conclusion of
the Conference lv return to his
standing by Itis protest, and re
marked that it was the best lie
could do at that time.
Q.—Did your brother agree to
stand by his protest?
A.—He hesitated about doing it
but could not well avoid It, consid
ering the pressure brought to bear
Springer—Did you have the
Sherman letter in your hand?
A.—Yes sir, I did.
Q. —What kind of paper was it
A.—lt was written on a double
sheet of paper.
[Witness then showed the siza of
the paper, which was about half
the size of the sheet which Mrs.
Jenks said the letter was written
on. She claimed it was written on
a single sheet of commercial letter
Witness said it was arranged be
fore election by Kellogg, Thom
as C. Anderson and I'ackatd,
to secure affidavits of iu
tlmihttion in tho Parishes of
East and West Feliciana
for the purpose of throwing out
those parishes. He was assured
by Kellogg and others that, if be
would use his iufiuence with his
brother toward having him make
a protest lie, witnes, would be re
turned to tho Senate. He was de
feated for the State Senate by about
1,200 votes, and was returned by
the Returning Board as elected by
about six hundred majority.
In reply to Thornton, witness
Muted that some of the visiting
statesmen had an interview witli
Eliza Piukston in the custom house
before she would be brought before
the Returning Board. He thought
one of tho.-e who interviewed her
was Senator Sherman. He was of
npiniou that the Eliza Pinkston
outrage was a put up job.
Springer.—Did you see the affi
davit of Eliza Pritchard, formerly
Eliza Pinkston,published in a New
York paper? •
A.—Yes sir; and to the best of
my knowledge and belief it is true.
Webber then related tbe circum
stances as told him by his sister
in-law concerning the visit of Jenks
to Donaldsville and read the follow
ing letter, which was delivered to
Mrs. Dan. Webber by Mrs. Jenks:
New Orleans, May 20, '78.
Madame—ln the investigation
about to commence in Washington,
under the Potter resolution, it is
deemed important to have you
there as a witness at once. Mrs,
Jenks will bear this (<> you.
(Signed) L. A. SHELDON.
To Madame D. A. Webber, Dou
Washington, D. C, July 3.—
Mrs. Jeuks explained to Mr?.
Webber that Sheldon desired her
to go to Washington and testify.
She did not know of the existence
of the Sherman letter. Mrs. Web
ber refused, unless called upon by
the proper authorities; whereupon
Mrs. Jenks threatened to havo her
arrested and taken to Washington.
At this time a brother of Mrs. 1), A.
Webber came to Donaldsonville,
and, seeing Mrs. Jenks, asked
what that woman was doing
there again, aud whether she
was after the Sherman
letter. Mrs. Webber told her
brother not to meddle with her af
fairs; that she had the Sherman
letter and knew what to do with it.
At this time E. S. Webber had not
informed his sister-in-law that he
had destroyed the document. Mrs.
Jenks Uad told Mrs. Webber the
letter was worth thousands of dol
lars, and said she would pay her
a good price for it. Mrs. Jenks
never intimated to Mrs. Webber
that she had anything to do with
the authorship of the Sherman
letter; always spoke of it asa letter
witten by John Sherman, assuriug
Webber and Anderson of positions
under the administration. A paper
containing the affidavit was pro
duced, but Judge Shellabaiger ob
jected to the affidavit being put in
evidence, and it was laid over for
Witness submitted in evidence a
letter written him by Judge Marks,
now internal Reveuue Colleotor at
Mew Orleans, wherein Marks re
quested witness to Inform him
(Marks) whether lie had received
the appointment ha had mado ap
plication Tor. Ifuot, Marks would
look after it for him. Murks
also requested, \v...ios '.> inform
' I'.•'itlTl's'.'. '.»'s at I)..II' lu*.,,villi-, '. >r
i ivl.ith she had ouoe applied and
I been ao>ttcc«s*ful, Mi/ti h-aiins «l
I thatl.'rat appetod t«: her appoint
il merit. Mark*, prevlcun to writing
th I Iter, ha/1 htjn t" 1) ualrUm.
vllle oivi rrcpv»i<-<! Mr*. Wel.bet
sister-in-law that they were both
to be summoned as witnesses be
fore tbe Investigating Committee.
Witness stated that he was under
the impression that the approaches
made by Marks were merely with
tho view of Influencing bis testi
mony before the Committee.
Marks had stated to certain parties
that he could control Mrs. Web
ber's testimony before tho Commit
tee. Witness was, after some
further and unimportant testi
mony, ordered to report to .be
Louisiana sub-Committee on tbe
10th Instant, when his cross exam
ination will be begun by General
Cox. The Committee then ad
journed until July 10th.
sir Hnlgnta olTfer Purls.
New York, July 3J.—Tbe
Knights of Alleghany Command -
cry, No. 35 of Pennsylvania, left
the city for Liverpool to-day eu
route for Paris. A number
of their Brother Sir Knights of this
city and its suburbs saw tbem off.
Their departure was the scene of a
grand ovation aud all kinds of mu
tual good wishes were expressed.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 aud U, McDonald Block,
Main HI., LOS ANQKLES, Cal.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 11 Temple Block. sistf
W 11. I. BROOKS. OKOrtOKJ. CLARKE.
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
••rALLEN'S BUIDINGI, corner Spring
and Temple streets,
J.A.Carey. Tiios. A. Faoan.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Ranchos. Houses, T.ofs and Other Prop
erly Bought and Sold ou Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. PAGAN Is also au Attcrney-at Law.
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIGNORET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
CoyPreseripltons prepared with great
Rubottom Ranch for Sale,
This valuable property, containing
EIGHTY-SIX ACRES, one of the most
eligible to Investors In Southern Califor
nia, Is tor sale. Good title and abund.
anceof water. It Is in the heart of Ihe
beautiful ami productive San Jose Val
ley, thirty miles from Los Angeles,
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures,
ALSO, FOR SALE.
A RARE BARG AIN Is presented. 11l
health, and a desire to give my wife a
change ofscene and air, are the motives
which Indues me to sell.
Address, for terras,
mraitl W. W. RUBOTTOM, Spadra.
SOCIETIES and private parties desir
ing to secure picnic grounds would
do well to consult the Messrs.
EBEBLE Sc IJIIO.,
These grounds have been prepared re
gartUeftft of expense and aro provided
with oue of the largest and best dancing
pavilions ouUlde of sun Francisco.
Arbors, Ten-pin Alleys, Swings, Hori
zontal Bars, Shooting Gallery, and In
deed, everything Necessary for the
amusement of ploulokera, and will be let
cheaper tliau auy other grounds In this
JJf. Improper persons will bo admitted
to the Gardens under any circumstances.
Lunch cau ntall times bo procured, at
the house. in9-tf
AC R I CU LTU R ALT PARK.
CIOCIETIES. CIIUUCHKS. CLU&Sand
O PRIVATE PARTIES will Oud It to
their advantage to look at these beauti
ful grounds before making arrangements
elsewhere. For h
It has no equal In the State.
A NEW DANCIN 13 PAVILION,
One of the largest In the State, Just com
pleted. Fine groves, beautiful lawns,
Rase Rail grounds. Croquet grouuds,
swings for liimllles and children, hori
zontal bars, in faot everything has beeu
Uullt and put In the finest order. No
time, trouble or eipeuso has been spared
to make it the great pleasure resort of
The finestdrlve out of tbe city. Street
Cars run to tho grounds ev«rv 2t( minutes
forall Piekulcs. U.J. WOOU.
Exotic 6a cry
n ' lo n;
■ ! ~ i eve
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main aid Requena Sts.
Thl.i hotel take* la so oullre block,
frontline 330 feel on It equina street, 160 on
Mala und (15 feot on Los Anodes street.
TII hi ROOMS
Are airy, mi l hII cantata Spring Heds,
with the latest Improvements.
la supplied with the best the market
A Free Omulbus N attached to the ho
tel, and baggage is conveyed grails to
und from the depot.
The United Slates Hotel In centrally
located, opposite the Court House, aud Is
uear the Postofllce and Land office.
Call and Bee ua. You will receive good
treatment. HENKY HAMMEL.
A. H. DENKER
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
LOS ANOELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIGUE & CO..
The St. Charles Is located in the busi
ness centre of the city, and Is the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel tn Southern California.
Free coach to the bouse.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
••"Western Union Telegraph In Hctel
Mojavo Juno lion, ('nl.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED /*&
to receive its numerous patron sJlijM,
and the traveling public In general.fil
ing entirely new aud splendidly fur
nished. It affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTK
Is second to none In Southern California
THE 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 I
supper, it is the polntof departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, hone Pine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
amint. Theofflceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage -if c
traveling public Is respectfully incited.
MATTHEWS 4 BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
'o THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprletov.
SIEIIUA MID UK VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mean or table
lands ot the Sierra Madre 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 telegraph station; bowM en
tirely naw,lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
Cor. of CENTER Sc LEMON Sts.
tiTU O.MS large, sunny and airy.-*«
TABLE supplied with all tbe luxuries
the market affords.
•a-FREE COACH to the Hotel.
aplStr E. DUNHAM, Proprietor.
RARE CHANCE FOR A
70 Acers in the Azim-Duarte
Water Rights Perfect and
FA km house, barn a cor
ral ON PREMISES.
••-FIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS,
five years' growth. Also.varlely of Fruit
Trees between the walnuts.
TERMS MODERATE Apply person
ally *>r by letter to
A. J. HORN,
Postmaater at El Mont..
free. s\i non A Co.. Portland. He.
CLOSING OUT SALE!
FOR THIRTY DAYS.
On account ot being obliged to remove from my present quarters, as lire store I
am now occupying- Is to be removed to make room for a new building, 1 will, from
ear Havlm on band a large stock of FRENCH I'AIP AND KID I liavo
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES on all classes of work made to order.
CALL AND EXAMINE STOCK AND PKICEs. Don't forget the place,
33 ISfiLAIN STREET
Near St. Charts Hotel H. Schindler.
Lob Angeles, June 21st. »"
JUST OPENING AT SLANEY'S
A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS & SHOES
Having Just returned from Ihe city. I now off *r to my friend- anil patrons as fine
a selection of goods as can be found lv Sin Kranclsoo, c imprising the following
Ladies' Kmc French t \ \; \ ' CHILDREN'S and
Kid BaUoned. Hide- AST '" S
_ .. . —.. j\ j .-.4£"Ji-^i r Also."a full line --f
Toilet Sliooers iUßfr •- cv. farmers- and
'" "ilaiiitne,""" j v N • JmA boots,
Gents' Hand-Sewed f f J Jo' •jcONORFS. AN "
Low-buckle Shoes DUR ABLE
In soliciting palrcnage and knowing the of my customers, I am deter
mined to keep nothing but the BEST QUALITY OF GOODS, and WILL SELL
THEM CHKAPEltlhan the same can be bought olsewhero.
tec \ 1.1. AND BE CONVINCED.
100 MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, V.VKOO Sl CO.'a*.
: F. G. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SELL ALL X SDH OF
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Stitfi'ss'til Machine on the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in the WORLD
PUMPS AND TANKB A SPECIALTY.
StaTDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
OF THE IMPORTED S'OCX OF
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST.
teffTHESE GOODS WILL BE OFFER
ENT DATK UNTIL THE FOURTH O
SACRIFICE, AS THEY MUST BE SOLD
CALL AND EXA
Cor. Los Angeles & Co
NO. 80 i
SOCIETY KOTiUaii. *\
Masonic Noticed ~M
fet I.n« Angela* Lodge ■•.4a. _H
/a * A. H.-Tbu slated m**tlaaai
V Vof this Lodge arc held on |J
/\a*\ fIrsIMONL'A V ofeecn multiß
' ▼ x 7:30 p. m. Memansof Penufl
pha, No. 2U2, and all MaaterManul
good standing are cordially Invited. Vm\
By order of the W:-M:
''has. smith. Secretary.
f, e» Angelas Chipltr No. SS, R: • m' ■
t Stated convocations am i
MONDAY of each man (a 1
7>4 p. m. at Masonic HajL
Sojourning tompamoaa Ut ■
good standing cordially h7. 1
vlted. By order of M
S. 0. FOY. H. F
Lo* Anftlw Council N«. 11, Rtyala,
S«l*ct Muttri, F. ( I. M.,
Holds Its stated assemblies on the atb ■!
Mond-iy ot each month at Masonic Hall,
at 7:30 r. m Sojourning Com pan Iv jl
good standing are fraternally .uvkVHI fit ■
attend. By order ofthe Th;. HOT
- -l^L'-J: 1 : nninqham. itaaawtwT^
X NIG H TSTEMfL A*
ilolds its stated conclaves at the Asa
lum in Mssouic Hall, ou the TaN
THURSDAY of oash month, at 7)t o4tow
c. m. Sojourning Kntghta Templar I
good standing are cordially Invited la a?
lend. !ly order of the
J. <:. l.iiTi.EPt ki.d. Recorder. ,
I. o. o. f.
>. <> ©. F.-Regular natua
TMrßr''' this fxidge are bald m
at Odd Fel o<r«' Hall,> faey IET
Visiting and sojourning IbmliZ
standing are Invlled to- ~nd.
E. A. CUSS. If. a
Fkkd, W. Wood, Ret «.
!■"» Augele* EAdge H*. SB, L•. ». •-.
"3MBWe»eL week at 7* ooloek. a
lournlng brethren In mat
standing arc cordially Invited.
A. FnA K K, R .S. /W - BABP ' Wg
Irange Grout Encampment, Ha. 31, i.e.
°- F - >:
iriflßi "I ■'■I I.a it II EE..NO* hakei
s-jßaaßKion tiie second and FoaliH
vs of each month SB
7"" p. h. .sojourning Pal(3
nrehs In good niimj are cordially Invfß
ted to attend.
„ C C. LIPS, C. FT*
B. M tRxsKN, Serine. .jl
® Knights of PythlM. |
OLIVE LODGE, No.
meets every I'hursaay evening, (
7 o'clock, at th* Castle - His:'
Downey Block. All sojourning Kalgn
In good standing are cordially Invited.
I. A. DUNSMOOR,C. O. f
C E. M ii.hr. K. of H. a I
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.J
, . REGULAR MEETINGS Oil
:' tail thl " Company will take plaeel
yJUEfA. on the Drat Wednesday *v»-fl
«KM) uing of each month, at »
-Jfflwg* o'clock. By order, 73
W. 8. MOORE. Secretary.
SIB ASTLEY COOPER'S
The great English remedy forNervonn
Debility, Spermatorrhea and trematar. J
Dec! lne of Ph yslcal Force. I
The Vital Restorative^]
Will positively cure, thoroughly audi
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VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either I
acute or of long standing, and malthas' t
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The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, to i
not a quack nostrum, hence perfectly
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supplies to the oerebro-splnal and sym
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Purifies and Enriches-**!
The blood, rejuvenating and relnvlgotst
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both in this country und In Europe, can
testlfv to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Trice, $3 per bottle, or four times th* ' s
quantity lor (10. Kent to any address se
cure Irotn observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
Graduate of tbe University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to th*
Orthopredic Hospital of Phllad*!- t
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Francisco. I
P. S.—DR. MINTIE cau be <•• nan u-ii •
In reference to the ebovecompla i « dur-1
lng oflloe hours from B a. at. lo«» p
dully, and from 8 to 8 in theetei.iLg.
Sundays, 10 A. H. to 1 p. h.
FREE. Thorough examination aud ad
vice, tb. Full directions and advise Ire* I
with every puckage of medicine, lylftf
Has facilities for doing JOB ;
WORK not equaledin South
ern California. Power andj
Job Presses run by steam se-1
cure promptness and moder
ate prices. Give this office ,
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