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4. A. GEAVES, ~
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. 1 STRELITZ BLOCK.
JOHN C. MORGAN,
ATTORNEY AT 1. AW,
mntf SANTA MONICA.
V. E. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 98,87 and 68 Tern
>le Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
OFFICE—R onis 8 and 9 Downey
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 aud 4
Duconimun s Block, corner Main A
I'oinmerclal streets, Los Ansteles. niay7-tf
A. ULABSKM.. Q. H. SMITH
. 11. CHAPMAN. H. M. SMITH
•iLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
OFFICE—TEMPLE HLOCK up-stalrs, Lo«
Vngeles. California. 002-tf— 2
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, Los
W. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
a*-Rooms 2 and S, Allen's Building,
corner of Spring and Temple Sts. nietf
i fflce and Residence—No. 15FRANKLIN
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
I'hysloinxt nnd Purjreon
l sideline. Fort Hill, | Office, No, 19Dow
taena Vlsla street. I ney Block,upstairs.
J. II AN NOX, M. D.,
I OtINTY PHYSICIAN.
| >OOMS» A 11, LANFRANCO BLOCK.
IV Residence Downey Avenue, F.nst
Los Angeles, near the end of street rail
Office hours from lo to 12 A. M.; from 1 to
1 p. m. ap2o tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Baa removed his office to No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over Dotier A Bradley's Furni
Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 lo 0 and 8
to V. Residence—Buena Vista street.
J. Beehtinger, M. I).,
fJHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependeut and French M. B. socie
ties. Ocullstof the French Hospital In
San Franolsoo. All chronic obstinate
oases and operations ou tho eyes attend
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner or Kearny, Residence—SE. cor
ner Mason and Paolfia streets, San Fran
cisco. oc3 ly
Dr. Chin Quong Zln,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles aud Ar
DS'Curea all kinds of diseases,
office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. und from
2 to S and 7 to 9 P. M. apSOlf
Russian and Electric Baths,
3IONOUETM BUILDING, opposite
R. IIIMUK*, In returning thanks to
the puhlio for their liberal patronage,
can with confidence reoommend his
Ah the great PURIFIER end EQUAL-
I/KK»f the hum in body, enabling the
system to throw off its Impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more inspi
ration of air than oan be ootalnei by
breathing, by opening tbe pores of tbe
akin and giving full play to the insensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical
SFA female constantly on hand to
Open from 8 a. v. to 7 p. M. a2Btf
CYPRESS HEDGE PLANTS.
I have now on haad a few thousand of
the MONTEREY CYPRESS, ahlch
makes suoh a handsome hedge. They
are In boxes, so that they can be lilted
out with the Wldney Transplanter, war
ranting every one to live. Also, fine
plants of same In pots. They have been
very scarce; can be bought oheap now,
when small, but If leit until fall or win
ter they will be latter and dearer.
H. H. SPENCER,
Jell-lm 1111 l street, near First.
Burnell & Rebbeck,
Landscape Stardeners and
J,tf Ho. 195 SPRING ST.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
PHaaeustera Uulul Hvutb.
Mojave, July 20. —J M Wetsell,
N Smilley, \V 0 Common, J
Lynch, J X Langwish uud wife, P
The Bursine Hiiriler Trlnl.
San Buenaventura, July 20 —
The prosecution this morning iv
the Braeue cane waa steadily work
ing away at bolstering; up lhe testi
mony of their witnesses. A. D.
Barnard was called to relate tlie
circumstances attending the sale of
Brown's place and the disappear
ance of the notes given for it by
Wllloughby. Barnard stated that
he managed the transaction and
had the notes assigned to \V. A.
Barnard, of Oakland, for no consid
eration, to prevent Brown's
creditors from annoying him. He
thought Brown's place worth $2,000
with a good title; went witii de
tective Hall to see Brown,and drew
the notes which he received for tbe
land. The proseoulion then at
tempted to account for the myste
rious wagon load of men seen by
different parties on the night of tho
murder going towards the More
ranch in the evening and coming
from that direction before daylight.
For this purpose 8. Cohen was
called and testified tbat be had tak
en a wagon load of ladies to a dunce
that night but In an oppositedirec
tlon from that sworn to by the wit
nesses for defence. This was evi
dently not the same wagon.
Austin Browu, his wife and oth
ers were called to impeach Tomp
kins aud show that Brown's story
of the m'ssage to Churchill was cor
The fjaiinaeaV Uprlalug*.
San Francisco, July 20.—A
Boise City dispatsh says that '-Ten
Day," Chief of the Kalmucks at
Lemhi, wishes to remain friendly,
hut cannot control his warriors.
The settlers have all left their
homes and are camped at Salmon
City. "Ten-Day" and his son no
tified all settlers to leave their
homes and go to town, as he be
lieved an outbreak liable to occur
at any time. Travel has nearly
ceased, though lhe mall still goes
lit*' Veettatra, Murder Trial.
San Buena Ventura, July 20.
Rather unexpectedly, both sides
rested about eleven o'clock to-day,
anil the Court suggested that argu
ment should be commenced at
once. To this counsel on both
sides demurred, and it was finally
agreed tbat argument by two coun
sel ou each side should commence
Monday morning at eight o'clock,
with the expectation of getting
through during that day nnd eve
ning. Should tbe jury agree, the
case of Churchill will be taken up
on Tuesday morning, but should
there be a disagreement tt stems
to be understood that Sprague
will be re-tried s> soon us a jury
oau be obtained. Tlie friends of
the prosecution loudly averred that
they would at once officially con
tradict tbe item sent by your re
porter on Wednesday, that Seere
tsiy Schuiz hud derided Hie laud
dispute iv f»Vor of the settlers;
but, up to this tlme ( have not
H'tint tlie Texas l». I - Is Itellevn
Austin, July 20.—The Commit
tee on Resolutions will report to
morrow morning. The platform
recommends adherence to the two
thirds rule iv making nomination!';
declares that State troops should
be kept iv tbo field for tbe protec
tion of the frontiers. Recommends
amendment to tbe State Constitu
tion exempting farm produce from
taxation; demands the taxation of
Uulted States bonds; pledges devo
tion of Texas Democrats to the
Union of States; declares faithful
adherence to tbo principles of
home rule, supremacy of civil over
military powers, separation of
church and State, maintenance
and protection of a common school
system, and that the investigation
of frauds oommitted in the
last Presidential election in Flor
ida and Louisiana ought lo have
been made by the Electoral Com
mission, and its refusal to do so
was a violation of the spirit of tbe
law under which it was organized,
and a gross outrage ou the people.
The Presidential title should nut,
in the judgment of the Convention,
be disturbed, but the decision of
tbe Electoral Commission ought
uot to preclude investigation or ex
posure by proper authority of all
fraud connected with the election
and the due accountability of
all who were guiltily connect
ed with them. The platform
further asserts t li it tlie commercial
and Industrial stagnation are due
greatly to the penurious financial
legislation of the Republican party.
Contraction of the currency and
demonetization of silver ore de
nounced, while tbe action of Con
gress iv restoring the debt paying
power of tbe silver dollar is ap
proved. One curreucy should be
maintained for the Government
and people. It declares that all
bonds aud obligations of the Na
tional Government ought to he paid
iv legal tender notes of the United
States, except where otherwise
provided by the original laws un
der which they were issued, and all
that can be called in and paid now
should be paid at once, and the re
mainder aa soon as it can be lawful
The platform declares it the duty
of the Legislature of Texas to pass
an act regulating rates of freight
and tariff on all railroads iv the
State, in obedience to tbe provis
ions of the State Constitution.
Other resolutions of local Interest
only are iuoluded.
West Point, July 20.—1n the
Porter case to-day Lieutenant Col
onel Smith, of Washington, Pay
master in the Army, was called.
In August, 1862, he was a member
of Pope's stall and had ohargeof all
confidential dispatches between
Pope and the Government. As to
the character of tbe night of the
29th, witness declared tbat after 1
a.m., it was an ordinarily bright
night, though the early part of it was
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 21. 1878.
very dark. He had himself started
out with a small force of cavalry
by order to meet Porter, expecting
him to leave at the same time, but
it was four hours before the head
of the fifth corps (Porter's) came
up. Cross-examination on this
point elicited an admission that in
these four hours he travelled only
about four miles and theu not ou
the road travelled by Por
ter and he could not cay
what obstructions there were on the
road. He admitted that he called
Porter a traitor,under considerable
excitement,".without meaning it,
and after being snubbed by Pope,
as he expressed It. The most im
portant point established, after a
long examination on events of the
29th, was that he wm now satisfied
when ho gave his evidence at
the court-martial in 1802, with re
gard to Porter's failure to obey the
4:40 p. M. order, that ho
was mistaken in the position
ot the troops, having assigned
to Porter a more advanced position
than was true und that it would
have required at least two hours for
tbe orders to have reached Porter.
General Buggies, Pope's chief of
staff, having sworn that it was
about 5 o'clock before the order
started, Porter's claim that
it was nearly dark when it
reached him is now established by
evidence of these two stuH'offlcers
of Pope as well as by that of his
own .-tall. He denied Longstreet's
testimony aa to his position, say
ing that he saw the ground which
Lougstreet swoie he occupied in
tbe morning unoccupied at 1
o'clock Inthe afternoon.
Philadelphia, July 20.—The
thermometer to-day rauges from
97 to 102}. Three fatal cases of
sunstroke ure reported and several
persons ate iv a dangerous con
The New Orleaue Commuter.
New Orleans, July EOth.—fn
the Potter Committee Judge Mor
ris Marks confirmed substantially
the account of thu Sherman-An-
der.son interview already published.
Witness was a Presidential elector
and bad signed both the first and
second sets of electoral certificates.
He identified the signatures. Mrs.
D. A. Weber had told him
lhat Mrs. Jenks had asked
her for tlie Sherman letter, aud
that site had a difficulty in con
vincing her (Jenks) that it was not
among Weber's papers. Wrs. We
ber bail urged witness to write a
letter denouncing Mrs. Jenks as an
impostor because she attempted to
represent Mrs. Weber, in her Wash
ington testimony. Witness was
about to write such a letter, when
D. L. Weber interfered, and lhe
matter was droppetl.
rite Be»eoo*flel«l Bauqucr.
LONDON, July 20.—The banquet
tendered to Lords Ueacousfield and
Salisbury by the Carlton Club will
be given on tbe 27th instant.
Queenstown, July 20.—While
the steamer Adriatic, from Liver
pool for New York by way of this
port, was coming down the Chan
nel yesterday in a fog, she ran Into
and sunk a coasting schooner. The
crew of the schooner, with the ex
ception of one person, were drown
ed. The Adriatic embarked mails
aud passengers here and proceeded
for New York last night.
Mot IO Dissolve.
London, July 20.—A correspond
ent of the Edinburgh Scotchman
says that the British Cabinet has
fiually resolved not tn dissolve
Parliament this year.
l*r«|»o»ltloo tv fjreeee.
London, July 20.—1t is stated
that tho Porte, in consequence of
representations of the great Pow
ers, is willing to enter into negoti
ations with Greece, provided the
latter agrees to pay the Porte an
nually any surplus over the pro
sent revenue of tlie territory she
may acquire, or to bear a portion of
the Turkish debt.
I lie liilerunlloual I'lfteoii tlioollua
London, July 20. —The pigeon
shooting match between Captain
Bogardus, of the United States, and
Mr. Wallace, of England, at Nut ■
tiughill, took place yes
terday. Tbe terms of the match
were to shoot at oue hundred
birds for one hundred dollars a
side and a silver cup. The match
resulted in v draw, each man kill
ing 97 birds. Another match for
two hundred dollars a side is to he
fixed for next Wednesday.
Trimble lv Olil Servln.
Belgrade, July 20.—There is
much excitement in old Servla
against the Austrian occupation of
Bosnia. Armed bands of Moham
medans and Christian Insurgents
are rapidly forming.
The Real came ol Ibe Disaster.
Kiel, July 20 -Officlal inquiry
into tbe-iron clad disaster ou tlie
British coast has resulted in a ver
diot acquitting the officers of the
Grosser Kurfurst and Koeuig Wil
helm and attributing the collision
to a mistake of the helmsman of
lhe Koenig Wiibelm.
Tbo Qurterly Dividend, No. 19, at tbe
into of 12 per cant, por annum, on the
capita) stock of ttio Formers' and Mer
chants' Bank or Los Angeles for Ibe
three months ondlng July Ist, 187S, has
been declared by Its Board of Trustees,
payable a! once.
ISAIAS W. IIELI.MAN, President.
Angeles, July S, IB7S.
ON ALISO STREET.
D. MAni.STEDT PROPUIETOR,
Sold by the barrel, keg and bottle, and
delivered to any part of tbe city.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms ' t and 14, McDonald Block,
Mnlu St., LOK ANGELES, Cal.
W. 11. .T. BROOK*. GBOUGE J. CLARKE.
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
■a-ALLEN'S BUIDIN'O, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
J. A. Caiiey. Thos. A. Kaoas.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Rancho-t. Houses. Lots and Other Prop
erly Bought and sold ou L<iuiiai.s»ioii,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. EAdAN Is also an Alt; rney-at-Law.
The Steams Ranchos,
At.kZlt.U ltOl.l\>4»\. 1 rtl *.«■«,
Wi Blnrltet fit., £a.v 1 ranelneo, Oil.
1 Aj i/ \ ACRES OF LAND FOR
OVJjV/VJVJ sale, In lots to suit, .suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemonr,
uinieH,r iu.s, Almonds, Walnuts, Poaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalia, Corn, Rye, Barley,
if lax, Ramie, Cotton, etc, and also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able for Dairying.
Good water is abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre or this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELIA can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can he irri
gated by the water of tbe Santa Ana river.
Mostof these hinds are naturally molsL
requiring only gcodcultivation to product
TERMS -One-fourth Cash ; balance la
one, two anil three years, with lo per ceni
1 will take pleasure iv showing these
lands to parties soeklng land, who are
invited t<> come and see this extensive
tract belujo i urcbasing elsewhere.
WM. R OLDEN. Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dec. %%
Lots for Sale!
-- ON TifK
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
Oilers Ibe best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any that has ever been of
fered for sale to the publlo.
THIS WHOLE TRACT 18 LEVEL,
Only suineicnly nielloed lor good drainage
TUP. -still. 1R EXCELLENT,
And ol such cUarac that it never cakes
and Is neither muddy In Winter nor dusty
IT HAS A DITCH OK WATER RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE M AIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed uud ruuulug through the en.
tire land nnd 1 now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en
Ing Into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT O t THE LOS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED ON THE GROUND*.
This is really the West End of our beau
tiful city, wlih the benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uucontamlnated hy gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance nt the elegant mansions and
fashlonablo residenoes now e.ected and
In course of erection must satisfy any por-
Jon desiring a home that this Is the place
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At the ofilee of the Farmers' A M
Also, at the offlee of the Main Sire
and Agricultural Park Rallioad.
O. W. CIIILD3 and JOHN O. DOWNEY
will givo special attention lo those seek
ing Information. septiotf
P. CASENAVE. i. ROQUE.
LOS ANCELES STEAM
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
From this date you will And In our fac
tory the best ground and roasted Coffee
and Spices, put up in paper or In cans,
lv the best and most stylish manner.
Messrs. P. Casenave i Co. have titled
up their faotory, so as to permit them
to sell these articles nt San Francisco
prices. They respectfully solicit your
patronage. P. CASENAVE A CO.
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Props.
Cor. Mail aid Requena Sts.
This hotel takes in an entire block,
fronting 320 feel on Kef) uenii street, 100 on
Mala and t:5 fevt on Los Angola!* street.
Aru mry, naA all contain Spring Beds,
witli the latestlmprovements.
THE T AIIL.H. *
Is supplied with the best the market
RA.TAI MODKK VTli].
A Free Omnibus Is attached to (he ho
tel, and baggage is conveyed grails to
and from the depot.
The United States Hotel Is centrally
located, opposite the Court House, aud Is
near the Postoftice nnd Land Office.
Call and see us. You will receive good
treatment. HKNHY HAMMEL
A. H. DENKEK.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
1.03 ANGELES, CAL.,
8. W. CRAIGUE & CO..
The at. Charles Is located in the busi
ness centre of the city, and is th*
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel in Southern California,
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
»«r Western Union Telegraph In Hotel
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED M 4
to receive Its numerous pat rem:*
and the traveling puWlc in general. Bo-
Ing entirely new and splendidly tar
nished, It affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLK D' HOTE
Is second to nono In Southern California
THE BAR Is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors aud cfgarH.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM ts also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast mi l
supper. Jt Is the point of departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Uordo and l'au
amlnt. Theofflceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The patronage of c
travellngpuhllo Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS * BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Propriotof.
SIERRA M ADR SO VILLA,
A Frlvate Hotel on the mesa or table
land* or the Sierra Mndre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of volley
aud mountain, overlooking tho Han Ga
briel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely now, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
For particulars eddtess proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
COR. OF CENTER <fc LEMON Sts.
•STR "OMS large, sunny and alry.-ee
TABLE supplied with all the Injuries
the market affords.
■WFREE COACH to the Hotel.
aplStf B. DUNHAM,Proprietor.
RARE CHANCE FOR A
70 Acers in the Azusa-Duarte
Water Rights Perfect and
FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR
RAL ON PREMISES.
■(■"FIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTH.
five years' growth. Also, variety of Fruit
Trees between the walni-.s.
TERMS MODERATE. Apply person
ally or by letter to
A. J. HORN,
mr2tf Postmaster at El Monte.
ft) 4 A tl\ A w «4^j r | y ,V ' Oo*?$o
Tfcl /■III 11 " 1 "'" fctipontcai-w- •*
on 9 /alllla ..ka:.i* co.»»i
VnUV V ~l. *b H.*,. St., CLuoi
dar JEHL J!\ TXT 3D
CLOSING OUT SALE!
FOR THIRTY DAYS.
On account of being obliged to remove from my present quarters, as tho store I
am now occupying Is lo bo removed to make room for a new building, I will, from
■a-Having on hand a large stock of FRENCH CALK AND KID fKU, I nuve
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES on all classes of work made to order.
CALL AND EXAMINE STOCK AND PRICES. Don't forget the place,
Near St. Charles Hotel. H. Schindier.
F. G. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANCELES,
SELL ALL KINDS OF
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
Tlie Most Successful Machine on tlie Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in tlie WORLD
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
fcSTDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINES r A N i> BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT 111 Southern
Csll'ornia. His old customers and the
public will nnd It the place to get BEST
STYLES aud FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constanllyon hand. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, lor whom ho
has niado clothing.
iWNo necessity to send to San Fran- i
Cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-li
1878. NEW YORK, 1878
As tbe time Approaches for the renewal of
subscriptions, the Sun would romjnd its
friends and well-wishers everywhere, that it
UMain a candidate for their consideration
and support. Upon it 3 record for tho past
ten years it relies for a continuance o: th*
hearty sympathy and gpnerou* c,M>i>nrviun
which has hitherto b«eu oxtendo.i tv it rum
every quarter of the Union.
The dally Sun is a four patfo sbeot ol 2*col
umns, price by mail, po»t paid, U eh.l* a
month, or $fl.su per year.
The Buuday edition of the Sun is an eight
page eheet of 60 columns. While giviue tbe
news ot the dar, it also contains a lar h 'H
amount of literary and miscellaneous mattor
specially i repared for it. Tbo buuday Sun
baa mat with great success. Post paid
Who does not Itnow the weekly Sun? It
circulates throughout ths United States, the
Canada*, aad beyond. Ninety thousand fam
ilies greet ita welcome pages weekly, and
regard it in the light of guide, counsellor and
friend. Its vow», editorial, agricultural and
literary departments make it essentially a
lournal lor tho family aud tbe nreslde.
Termst One ballar a year, post paid. Ibis
price, quality considered,makes it the cheap
est aawaaaper pablisnad. For clubs ot teu,
with $19 cash, wo will s. ud an extra copy
PUBLISHER OF THE SUN.
nova-tl Now York Oity.N. Y.
Agricultural Implement IDepo*
.... AT ....
WATKINS & sCOTT'S ALAMEDA
Ban Jose, Cal.
Agent for Walter A. Wood's New Iron
Mi wer, Reaper and Self-Binder, Haines' Sin
gle-Gear Header, Improved Sweepstakes
Thresher and Sulky Rakes; also, the Cele
brated Revolving Sulky Rake, and tbe Cham
pi on Revolving Rake, aud ths well known
Tiffin Revolving Rake: La Belle Farm Wagon*
and Spring Wagons of all deacrintioas.
The attention of tho farm org J* particularly
eailed to the
DEW REVOLVING BULKY RAKE.
It has met an enormous salo at the East and
In and around Sacramento.
Also, ail kinds of new and second-hand ma
chinery for gala. Farmers and others will
And it to be to their interest to cal) on int
before During, as I am selling everything
very low lor rash.
I Jel9 OKHIN TAItKR.
SOCIETIES and private parties desir
ing to secure picnic grounds would
do well to con.ul i Ctie Messrs.
EBEULE <te -DUO.,
These emu mU have Xytnm prepared re
gardless ot expense and nre provided
withone ortlte largest and best dancing
pavilions outride of e»an Kranclf>co.
Arbors, Ten-pin Alleys, Swings, Hori
zontal Bars, shooting- Gallery, and In
deed, everything necessary for the
am uit erne nt of picnickers, and will be let
cheaper than any other grounds lv this
No Improper persons will be admitted
to the Gardens under any circumstances.
I.uncb cau at all time* be procured nt
tlie batten. rafMf
SOCTKTTE*. CHURCHES, CLUBS and
PRIVATE PAtU'iEH will Und It to
their advantage to look at these I'e.tun
ful grounds before milting arrangement*
It has no e.pial In the State.
A nVN DAMCIHO PAVILION,
Dnt*ui the largestln the state, just com
pltj el. Fine groves, beautiful lawns,
Uu'-t; Kill grounds t Croquet grouuds,
swings f<ir families and children, hori
zontal burs, In f*ot everyl hing has Leou
built and put In the finest, order. N<>
v ihp, trouble or exprnso has been spared
Ut malic it tho gr L ;.t pleasure resort of
Tn* Que»ldriveon' of the city. Street
Carsmn t»» «v«ry ll minutes
far ull Picknioa. H. J. wood,
mil- f Proprietor.
Exotic Gardens & Nursery i
LOS AKG ELKS STREET, in gfc
Znr rear ot Cathedral. ixr
I would respectfully nunonnce to my
old custonieiH and tbo public genernlly
thai I \ on hand und shall keep eve
rything lv i.iyline of business—TKKKS,
SHRUBS, PLANTS, eta., wholesale and
retail,and at LOWEST PRICKS.
Orders from abroad promptly executed
and t-atUfnctlon guaranteed. Plants de*
llvered free of charge iv tbe city.
LOU IS J. STENGEL,
mr2-2m Formerly whiietTer A Stengel.
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SUINO r;K I M
Cardona Block, 118 Hail. St.,
Opposite tbe Mariposa Store.
FHKNCH ANI> OTIIRR FOREIGN j
PATf N r M l-.MC.XEB.
PERFUMERY, BUUBHB4 AND
ALL TOI LETT E A RTIO ÜBS.
j n pored with errnl '
care. tl.. I
a >■•* AafflM Lodge Ho. ta, __W
A\ *A. M.—The mated m»»t(nai ,
y of this Lodge are held on iBSB
first HONDA V ofeachn.out , al?
' ▼ y 7:3» p. m. Members ef reuiaElS
pha, No. 202, and >U Muter Wasene ta jS
good standing are cordially ißTiled. m
iiy order ot the W:M:- M
Chas. Smith. Secretary. 9
1.-.S Angeles Chapter Nt. U, R; • a:- m
»»*="-* J=i Stated convocation* on 2a <A
r^„ x l MONDAY of MO.i aq>C
I # I* F - *■ •*
IM \a3 Sojourning eempiuiiuu ut a
fr\ AM K oo * l standing cordially la **
Tltea "- By order of "j|
S A3t. I'KAGBR, i
Los A.-oeles Council No. 11, Royal atat 1
Stfect Masters, F. * A.
Holds Its stated assemblies o« to* mmM
Mond ty ol eacii month at MasouW JBailV
al 7::w r. m Sojourning Com par. JOS la J
i,'(>od standing- are fraternally invltat aad
attend. By order of the Tl»; -111", rXS 3
K. O. CUNNINGHAM. Kccc-jar*'-'I *
De Uon Cevawndti-y Na. ;|
Holds lis stated conclaves at tj.e 4«f».-.S
Itun lit Msaontc Hall, on tpe
til UKHOA V ol ea.li month, nt 7\ ;t£2L
p. is. Sojourning Kntghts Teiuplar li '
««>,i sfandiug are cordially Invite* Ui
tend. By order of tho
J.f. l.tnLtniLD, Recorder. ' C "" .." j
I. O. O. F. 1 j
a»k«I1Io m*. t4S9B
** arSSt *• °- °- r —Regular iceetSJ
' '«PT- tbls Lodge ere heij H -^Bfl
/ M " N "AY evening at it o'elaflßM
at Odd Fol oak' Hell, Downey BMM
\ Ihllluv and sojourning brothers [3
■diU'dlng sre iuvitrij to£;n
„, .. c. a. PBKrss n.«. mm
Kl'.r..->. W. V. OOU, Hcc. J-.v. *H
I.i s Ai:gelrs Ixxlge sro. 4 liTwjF. *|
• Regular meeting hold oj, 1
WEDNESDAY EVENING «* ■
each week ut . m o'clock. « MSB
toiiming brethren in m
standing aro cordially invited. MMa
. .. •'■ W. HARD, N. c 1
A. Frank, R. R. J^H
Orance Grove Encampment, No. tt, I, iv||
REGULAR MEETINGS balstS
.sf-lYTiri" ' ''' M,, reial wn.l PonrMl 1
TUESDAYS of each
~Y, p. m. Hojourntng Patt*.-''*!
archs in hp.,,1 .img nre cordially inel-E
led to attend. Mm
_ . CC. I.IIU, C. P. *I
rt. m • n. Scribe. mm
Knights of Pythiat. ■
.•'oV/ OLIVE LOOCE. NO- 2S, 1
\JhW meet* every Thursday evening,ii ■
7 o'clock, at the lastle-Heß.
Downey Block. All sojourning Knight* I
in good standing are eordtally iuvlted. ■
1. a. dunsmoor.c. a
C. E. MII.ES.K. of R. 8. MM
Confidence Engine Company No. t. 1
A REGULAR MEETINGS *l fl
this Company will take pi ape MMw
on the first Wednesday eve- ■
niug of each month, at mMt
o'clock. By order, mm
W. s. MOORE, secretary.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S H
VITAL RESTORATIVE t I
The great EneJlsh remedy for Nervosa 1
Debility, Spermatorrhea and frematur* 1
Decline of physical Force. __\
The Vital Restorative'vj
Will positively cure, thoroughly vmm
permanently, any ease of XXII AUSTjaH
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, cither' 9
acute or of long standing, and in
sex, no matter from what cause mmBH
The Vital Restorative l'JL_
Is a thoroughly BClentlflo prescription, kol
m>t a quack nostrum, henco periMtMM
sale to take; is pleasant to the tasteMl
supplies to the cerebro spinal and
pathetic system of nerves new force, Mm_
Purifies and Enriches _M
The blood, rejuvenating aud i einvlgurat-jfl
iiiK colli mind ana body.
botll in this country and iv Europe, eaußJ
testify to the great restorative proj erlieiiffl
of this really great medicine. BBBBJ
Trice, ? t per bottle, or four time! the I
quantity ior f 10. M i.l. to any addreataa. ■
cure Irom observation. MMv
Address all letters to Mmm
A. E. MINTIE, M. D , Ifl
terminate of the Unlvetslty <-t rcnnsyl- 1
\ .in aaiul late Resident. surte«.n loth* |
oith./pecdic Hospital of I iiilacel- ■
No. 7-J Montfionitry St., San fraucisoo. I
Sole Agent. Mm_
P. S. — IH;. MINTIH can be consulted |
In reierence to t lie abovecoiiiplaims dor- ■
me oliiee hours from i) a. m. to 8 p, v. MMm
daily,and from 6 to 8 In I lie evening. I
Suiionys, 10 A. M. lo il: K. Conrultatloa I
FREE. Tlionunch examination mid ad- ■
vice, |s. Full dirccl.ious and advice Ire* I
with every package of medlcli.e. Jyintf BBB]
HO USE I
1 las facilities for doing JOB I
WORK not equaled in South-jM
crn California. Power andM
Job Presses run by steam se-fl
cure promptness and moder-B
ate prices. Give this ofncffl
a call and see nre work at S.jj I
I'rancisco I'rices and of a
Francisco finish and style. 3 J^B
; W.A. S H I IT qJ
(*a!icil i«M- un i «lf HverM to mmy m>*ri 1
of the city, by
It (Ml & Phillips, Adßßit SM
orders ran lie left al the >uH>»'»ini*i!i
Mr. Sam lletlrnun S,rtntf««l. ' Al^K