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I S ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
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All Kind, of Job-Work done to
t'ompeto with Nan Frnnrlaeo In
t'rler.Htylo. nnd Elog-aiico ol Work*
ATIORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
ROOM No. 1 KTRELITZ BLOCK.
JOHN CT MOIUJAN~
A TTORNKY -AT 1. AW.
mmf SANTA MONICA.
vTrJ. HOWARD. K. H. HOWARD.
Howard] Brosseau & Howard,
VTTORNEYsI AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rnoms,6B,«7nnd<t<lTeni
i - Block,third floor, lais Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
OFFICE—B ontfl S and » Downey
S. C. HUBDELL
a rTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms;) and I
r\ Dnonromnn s Block, corner Main a
> ommerolal streets, Los Augeles. may7-ll
. II.ASSK.I t,. O. 11. SMITH
* .1 CHAPMAN. H- M. SMITH
i;USSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS
k TTORNEYS AT LAW.
I U KICK—TEMPLE BLOCK ■ ■p-sl.alra, [*M
\irgeles. California. 002-tf— t
F. P. Ramirei,
ATTORNICV AT I. AW.
OFFICE—Temple Hloek, No, 72, I oa
~W. H. 11. Kussell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
arttoeini 2 and 3, Allen's Building, I
corner of Spring and Temple Sit,, altttf |
"" Dr. KlrkpaMck.
i ttlee and Residence-Ko. 15FRANKLIN
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
-idei.ee, Fort Hill, I Ofßne.No. It Dow
'l iena Vista street. I iieyßloek.llpslnliv.
J. HANNON, M. Do,
t i HJNTY IMIYHICIAN.
i ».'OMH9& 11, i.ANFKANCO BLOCK,
t * Residence Downey Avenue, Khsl
L<s Angeles, near Ilie tuj of street rail*
ohVe hours flora 10 to 12 a. m.; from I to
1 F. H. UpiiO tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
llHptreinovcdhNoft.ee to No. 89 MAIN
si'KEEr, over l totter & Bradley*! Furni
Office Hours—Frrm 10 to 12, 4 toil ami S
lo tt. Residence—hue mi Vifcttt fctreet.
J. Bechtinger, M. 1).,
L>ilY.yrCl\N TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependent and Freuch M. U. Nocie-
Iteg, Oculist of the French Hospital In
sun Francisco. Alt chronic obstinate
eases and operations on the eyos attend
OFFICE—No, 70J Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence— HE. cor
nnr Muson and t'acitlo streets, San Fran
cisco. 008 ly
Dr. Chin Quong Zln,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles an I Ar-
1 1 :1- jiH kinds of" dlseasts.
Otflce hours ftoin vt to 12 a. m. <md from
2 tit o an.i 7 to 9 P. M. QptOtf
Russian and Electric [laths.
siono:;fi s huildinm, opposi * i
It. hit 111 By, in roiurniu; thinks to
the pttblio lor their liberal patronage,
can wIl-ii uuullilenefl reeorntnend his
B -A- T EL S
kk the greiu PUKIKIRtI fnUKQUAL*
1/tCltof the hum in body, enabling ihe
hystem to throw "'i it" i .ii purities nnd
civing to tin' lung* one-sixth more ln>pl
tatto i of nlr titan can beootatnei by
breathlngt by opmiing tho pores of tlie
Nkin am) Hiving full play to the insensl<
bio respiration s » mei-saury to physical
lid*a femalo constantly on hand to
Open from 8 a. m. t«> 7 p. w. s2iUf
CYPRESS HEDGE PLANTS.
I bave now on hand a few thousand of
the MONTHKEY CYPRESS, which
makes such v hftndsnmo hedge. They
are In boxes, so that, thoy can be lined
out with tho Widnoy Transplanter, war
ranting every one lo live. Also, tine
plants of same In pots. They have been
very 8 bought cheap now,
when fall or win
ter lb >ror.
jell .cur *lisl.
j« PRINU ST.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
i°asaeaa*eta (.nine n„miii.
Mojavk, July 28th.—C N While,
A CUassett, Gen P Panning, D M
McCloud, W M Anderson, L M
Wilson and family, Miss A Heath,
lltr ol lohli^.trrlvetl.
San Francisco, July 26th.—
Tbe steamer City of Tokio arrived
this morning having been under
sail for the last thirteen days-. She
broke a crank pin. The Chinese
ambassador and suile are on board.
'fflie <\.s notliti.i Hotel Hoes will
San Fiiancisco, July 20.—The
Cosmopolitan Hotel will not be
used for hotel purposes after Au
gust first, as .Senator Sharon in
tends closing the dining room at
that time. Tho lower portion of
the building will be used for busi
ness purposes. The billiard hall
will bo turuetl into v restaurant.
Tlie tipper stories, as far as possible,
will he used as business offices.
IJeleher, Crown Point, Ophlr and
other mining companies will
be provtiled with accommoda
tions in the building. Rooms
unsuitable for offices will be
rented to lodgers. Mr. Sharon
will assume the management of
the building. Henry H. Pearson,
the present landlord, will become
the manager of Ihe Palace Hotel.
The object of this movement is to
increase Ihe patronage of Ihe Pal
ace, and the majority of tbe Cos
mopolitan's boarders will be trans
fer red tbere.
Keeei-Eimi of tlie riiine-e HrtitM»e«
San Francisco, July 2G.—A
large orowd of Chinamen was at.
the Mull Dock this morning await
ing Ihe arrival of the City ofToklo
with Ihe Chinese Emhassy| on
board Chinese merchants were
present in force to receive the Am
bassador, but it was noticeable
that not v single Federal of
ficial was present, though a
number of the merchants of the
city were on band in an unceremo
nious way. The visitors landed
without ceremony, and were driven
direct to the Palace Hotel. The
street in front of the main entrance
to the courtyard, as well us the cor
ridors and office of the hotel, were
crowded with Chinamen anxious
to obtain a view of their
distinguished countrymen. After
retiring to Ihe departments desig
nated for Ibelr reception, tlie Am
bassador, Consul General and Con
sul for this Port had an lulornial
reception, at which a number or
prominent Chinamen of the city
wore in I rod need and several repre
sentatives of the press.
11..- VvM'tHsa rrirtl.,
: San Huknaventuka, July 26ih.
— Last evening I lie prosecution in
' I lie case of Curlee having; taken up
;11 new Hue of lest imnny, as though
| the conspiracy had been proved, tlie
I Court remarked that no sufficient
| evidence of Ihat fact liml heen
shown, »nd Mint if the prosecution
row reeled Unit branch of tlie oase
lih should direct (lie jury to acquit
the prisoner, and if tiicy refused lo
do so, would set aside their verdict.
At Ihe opening of Court this morn
lug, the District Attorney asked
that V. A. BprafiUe he sentenced.
Defense stated that it had been
found Impoaaible to procure a trans
cript of Ihe proceeding*, nnd there
fore they were not prepared lo urge
(he motion for a new trial. Tlie
prosecution insisted upon an Im
mediate sentence, whereupon (lie
Court remarked that the delay
in passing sentence could make
110 difference to the people, and
linallj postponed sentence until
Friday, next week.
Tlie cuse of Curlee was then
called, and Mr. Ganahl for ihe
prosecution offered to prove the
falsity of Curlee's affidavit for n
continuance, und introduced evi
dence lo show that John Terrill,
one of those whom Curlee swore
was in his company on the night
of tbe murder, had left the coun
try a month previous to the mur
der and since returned. Afterwards
he Offered the record of Sprague's
trial and then his confession
to Hickerson to prove tbe existence
of the conspiracy and to corrobor
ate the State's evidence, Jones,
hut the court ruled out both, re
marhiug that there was not an ad
judicated case on record which
would sustain Mr. Oanahl's posi
tion. This decision created consid
erable excitement both in and out
of OOUtt, because If Jones cannot
be corroborated in this particular
what the court said may amount
lo an acquittal, not only of Curlee
hut it Is believed also of MK'iU'l,
Hunt anil Lord, li" one of whom is
charged with having, as Hpniuue
and Churchill are said to have,
confessed their share in the con
spiracy before and after i In killing.
Counsel for tlie prosecution, bow
ever slated I hat they would intro
duce evidence corroborating Jone3
111 that particular.
frem mo Mm*, or \v„r.
Silver City, July 28.—Volun
teer scouts returned bere from
South Mountain last evening. Tbey
report that there is a band ~r out]
horses near Antelope Creek, thirty
miles from Three Forks, guarded
by l'iutes. Tliey are awaiting re
turning bostiles. The scouts saw
heavy columns of dust from (be di
rection of Dry Creek. Many hos
tiles are undoubtedly coming in
this direction. Volunteers are pre
paring to leave hero for South
Mountain for the purpose of giving
battle to the hostile! and capturing
'■'Ill* 111 NIIU-M NcilLterlUir.
Baker City, July 261b. —Tbe
latest by courier from Gen. How
aid's comniainl indicates tliut (lie
Bannock, uml l'lutes bave sepa
rated. The former are fleeing tlie
country, while tlie latter are sup
posed In lie null;in ,- for their agency
for tln> purpose of surrendering.
July -oil) (Jen. Howard's command
was encamped about 16 miles from
Malliur Agency, from wbioh place
tbey were awaiting supplies botb
from tlie ngeucy and Baker City.
Lieut. Ward, with an immense
pack and wagon traiu, left B:iker
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 27. 1878
City yesterday morning witli sup
plies for the main column, and
will probably arrive at Howard's
headquarter! about noon the 27th
instant. The command under Gen
eral Howard found an old Piute
squaw on tlie evening of the 24th
Who hat] heen deserted by tbe hos
tile*! and wiio was nearly starved.
Up to the time of tlie courier
leaving I lie command she was ob
stinate In regard to giving auy iu
formation about the hostile*.
Sarah Winnemucca was to have
approached the hostile camp last
night with a View of Inducing the
Piutes tosurreader. Wagner's com
pany of cavalry will join
Colonel Green's command
near HI Dorado. Egbert's command
will probably reach Green ou Sun
day. Worth, Willi two companies
of the Eighth Infantry, passed
through this city to-day en route to
the overland road beyond Boise,
which is now threatened by hos
tiles, the Bannocks returning to
Camas Pmirio and the buffalo
country. Miles, with several com
panies of infantry are on the Dily
road and in Ihe vicinity of Hlue
Tiie aeaaMe CemiMlite..
Atlantic City, N. J., July 2Gth.
—Tbe Potter Committee met this
morning. (Jen. Sypher, recalled,
said he hail seen Senator Sherman's
signature in autograph albums.
Witness then told of opposition to
Packard in the convention which
nominated him for Governor, and
tbe lukewni mness of many promi
nent Republicans during the can
vass, they holding that undue In
fluences had been exerted to secure
bis nomination. In conversation
with Republicans witness learned
that at Feliciana, Monroe aud
Shreveport, stones were (brown at
them in addition to other indig
Witness said, lo the best of his
recollection, he thought, whets
Weher showed him the SI in man
letter it was in the handwriting of
John Sherman aud was therefore
genuine. There was no reason why
the National licket should run he
hind the State licket. Many Re
publicans were opposed to the bay
onet policy which had lost the Re
publicans several Northern States,
anil injured the Republicans of
Potter asked whether the allega
tions of fraud and Intimidation
were not made after Ihe election,
and witness replied afllrmatively,
that charges of intimidation were
made by Republicans in parishes
where their vote had fallen off.
Hitchcock asked whether the
Democrats might not bave concil
iated the colored people to vote
A. Yes, lo various ways. They
did as you do iv New York; buy
voters. They were very allection
ate to theiu. f Laughter. 1 Tlie
Democrat! organized a unification
movement for the purpose of giv
ing Ihe negroes equalities with
whiles in the street cars and iv
public schools, outstripping us and
heating us a little at our own
Ex-Congressman Mory was
called and saiJ there was no bull
dog ng in Madison in 1870, and the
result iv that parish was a,u in
crease of 102 votes over the usual
Republican majority iv 1874.
Witness, one of the Republican
counsel before the Reluming
Hoard, sa d tbe fact of intimida
tion, violence and murder in the
hull-dozed parishes was not dis
puted. The machinery of the
Courts is in the hands of Demo
crats, and be never heard of any
attempt made lo bring the offend
ers to Justice. Eliza Pinkston
lived in Ouachita Parish, where
the Democrats are in power. Wit
ness, from personal inspection, was
satisfied that tho woman had been
seriously maimed. Sho was car
ried into tbe room of the Return
ing Board on a sofa. The impres
sion prevailed that this exhibition
would have a good effect, and his
own impression was that it did.
Nllver lo Ilie lore.
New YohK, July 26.—Twenty
tons of line silver ham Valued ut
$740,000 were shipped from tho as
say ofliee Hi is morning for the
Philadelphia mint for coinage into
standard silver dollars.
Ruatl i.l Nells.
Bucharest, July 28.—Captain
Greene, un American military at
tache, has received tho order of
Saint Vladimir for tho passage of
tho Balkans With General GotirUo.
Bessarabia will be formally sur
rendered to the Russians in August
ST. PETERSBURG, July 26th.—
The Onion says that Kussia is
about lo negotiate with the ftoths
ohilda for a loan of 400,000,000
i utiles at r> per Hunt,, issue price to
Constantinople, July 26.—Tbe
British embassy have iictived of
ficial repoiti of the continuous
w mtoij destruction of Mussulman
life ami properly in PhilllpopoUs
j district by Bulgarians and Rus
LONDON, July 20.—Advices from
BtttOUUI slate lhat the authorities
are preparing lo resist the Uuatiail
nooupallon of that place.
Tlie I'i.lMMbla I'revi II >vo ■« lire i»>
110>■ in l'i*rl
PaRIS, July 20. — Columbia Col
lege crew had a reception In Ihe
American headquarter! of tho Ex
position building Mill afternoon,
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased tlio stock anil llx
lures of tliH well known Jewelry store of
Mr. T. W. Staekpole, adding 'thereto a
large ami entirely new assortment ot
aoods.wo pro are prepared to stiow the
cltlsonsnf Los Angeles and vlcintlv one
of Iho tl nest anil best Beleeted stocks lo
bo fimnd In I lie State, which will hosolil
at tho lowest living rates.
We shall o instantly belli receipt of all
Ihe latest novelties in watches, chains,
Jewelry, etc., to which, the attention ot
the public U especially Invited.
In spectacles we have a large and TS*
rted assortment, and nro the exclusive
agents in Honl hern California of the eel.
eurated Lasernl A Morris perfected spec
tacles, which we claim are the tino«t In
Mr. staekpole will remain In our em
ploy, having exclusive control of the
woik department, and, as heretofore, es
pecial attention will be given to the re
pairing of tine watches and Jewelry.
We shall ho happy lo see all our old
friends and the public at large.
Jylllf 3)4 Spring Btrcet.
JUOSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Roomi lo and H, McDonald Block,
Main RL, LOS AKUKLES, Cal.
W 11. J. DRoOKa. QKOKGKJ. n.AIIKE,
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
OVALLEN'B BUIDINQ, turner Spring
J. A. CAKKV. Tlloa. A. Kaoa.n.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Rannbo*. Houses, Lois and Other Prop
erty Bmight aud sold on Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. PAGAN la al io an AU:.Tnpy-nt.-l,aw.
NO. 41 SPRING ST.
A foil assortment of flrst-clnss Family
Groceries, Ten., C 00.., Sugar, Uuiier,
BH*i BOOOn. Hams, I.artl. eld., kept nn
bond AT KKAsONAIiLK P KICKS. fe2otl
Lots for Sale!
— us ilia—
West Los Angeles
Offers the uMt Opportunity for delightful
homcs\euds of any that has ever been of
fered for tatS t" the public.
THK WHOLE TRACT Irt LKVEL,
Only lulttelenljy inclined fortjood drainage
THK nijlL IH KXCKLLEN'I.
And ot such ctutrae that It never cukes
and Is neither muddy in Winter nor dusty
ti MAS A DITCH OF WATEK KUN
MNu through IT.
TilK MAIN sTKEET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Pi completed and running throughthe en
tire land and i uowopeniledsuccessfully
through Park Avenue, 100 teet wide, o en
lug iuto the Agricultural Grounds,
A DEPOTOfTUK LOW ANUELEB AND
INDEPENDENCE .RAILROAD l S
LO -' VTISn ON THE GROUNDS.
This i.s really Ihe West End ot our beau
tiful city, With the benefit of FRESH,
PUKE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uncontaminuted by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at the elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now e.ected and
in couise ol erection must sattsfynoy p»r*
Jon desiring R home that tHj|s Is the ulace
THE TERMS WILL BF. MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
ftUPS WILL BE FOUND
At I'u; unlc. <>f the Farmers' A M
Also, a) tbe ofTire ot the Main Stre
am) Agricultural I'ark Railroad.
O.W.cilll.Hsmj JOHN Q. DOWNKI
will give Hpnctal kttenUon to those seek
ing lufonnatlna leptlttf
The Steams Ranches,
A 1.1 >■•-. KOBINNON, Trustee,
.U JNniliet si., San Fraucleco, cm,
CJ/\ i\f\f\ ACRES OF LAND FOR
OUjV/i/U sale, iv lots to suit, suit
able lor tho culture of Oranges, Lemon?,
. lines, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples. jTcars, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
r"lax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., und also ntauy
thousaud acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water is abundant at. an average
depth of six feet from the Mirlnce. On al
most evory acre of this land FLOWING
ARTEMJAN WELLS can he obtained, and
the more elevated portion* can be Irri
gated by the water of the Simla Ann river.
Most ot lands are naturally moist
requiring oulygnod cultivation hi product
TKRMH -i me-fourth Cash; balance It
oue, two aud three yeare,will] iv peroeui
I will take pleasure in showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who arc
invited Jo come aud see this extensive
tract before, purchasing elsowhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, AfeaL
Anaheim, Los Angel on county, l»'e. '24,
AVifffffUP »'«t Morphtn* h»Mt SbtAliit. !y irjd
11 If II I ■■•P«dilycurwLr»tiHw« 1 popubiiray.
I IWI KrmUtiuitn tor luirtirii tart Dr. C'arJ-
I my 2-On l l
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main aid Kequena Sis.
ThU hotel lakes In nn entire block,
front luff :120 feefcton It equina street, KH) on
Mala nnd 65feetoa Lo* Angeles strict.
r nn<: aooMM
Are any, mat till con lain Spring; Beds,
wllh the liLtOHt Improvements.
Is supplied with the best the market
A Free Omnibus Is all ho lied to the ho*
tel. und buggago Is conveyed gratis lo
and from tbe depot.
The United steles Hotel Is centrally
located, opposite tho Court limine, and 1h
near tlie Post office and Land Office.
Cull and 186 us. Y»>u will receive pood
treatment. HENRY HAMMEL.
A. H. DEN KEH.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
1.08 ANGELES, CAI..,
S. W. CRAICUE & CO..
The St. Charles Is located In tho busi
ness centre ot the c*y, and is the largest,
most eletrnut and completely organized
Hotel in Southern California,
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
MrWostern Union Telegraph In Betel
SX<\i«"ve .Junrt ion, Cnl.
rpHIM HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED
X to receive Its numerous patrons jmm\
and the traveling public In general. Bo
ing entirely new and splendidly lur
nlshed, It affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE IV HOTE
Is second to uone In Southern California
THE BAR is supplied with the runniest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop hero for breakfast an 1
supper, it is the point of departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Tvotie Pino, Cerro Gordo and i'an
amlnt. Theoltlceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The patronage of c
traveling public is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEW* * BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THK ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. l)OL, Proprietor.
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the BIGM or table
lands ot tin; Hlerra Madre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed tor
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commnnds a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the Han Ga
briel orange groves; Is four miles Irom
railroad and telegraph station; houuo en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
For particulars nddiesg proprietor, P, O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
Cou. or CENTER & LEMON Sts,
KTll OMS large, sunny ami airy.'*"*
TABLE supplied wltli all llic luxuries
the market, nrt'ords.
ear JTRBE COACH to the Hotel.
aplStf R. DUNHAM, Proprietor.
RARE CHANCE FOR A
70 Acers in the Azuta-Duarte
Wator Rights Perfect and
farm house, barn & cor
ral on premises.
wkiktekn mhudb in walnuts,
live years' a;rowtli. Also, variety of Kiult
Trees between Hie walnuts.
TERMS ItODBKATE Apply person
ally or by letter to
A. J. HORN.
mMt Postmalter at El Monte.
ffi 4 AAA f"nSxH,\ r."«"c«35S
9lm 1 rill 11 1,1 ,a ' osast* co.. No. *
V»M W W <.U *S H .9.1 in , Cuuiiuuu. *
F. G. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
HKI.I. AM. KINDS OF
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Successful Machine on the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in tho WORLD
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
JSTDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEMI'LK Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
-INO ESTABLISHMENT in Southern
California. His old customers and the
public will find It tho place to jet BEST
STYLES and FITTINU obtainable.
VELVP:T & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen Q f the city, tor whom he
has made clothing.
verNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco lor cood nttlua-»-uits. decDO-tf
The Quarterly Dividend, No. 49, at tbe
tateof 12 per cut. par annuui, on the
capital slock of the Formers' and Mer
chants' Bank of I.os Angeles for (he
threemonths en.Hug July Ist, 187.5, has
been declare,! by its Board of Trustee,
payable at once.
I3AIAS W. HELt.MAN, President.
Los Angeles, July 5, 1870.
Rubottom Ranch for Sale.
This valuable property, containing
EIGHTY-SIX ACRKs, one of thu most
eligible to investors Iv Southern Califor
nia, It lor sate. Good title and abund
ance of water. It ll iv the heart of the
oeautiful and productive Han Jose Val
id) , thirty miles from Los Angeles.
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures,
ALSO. FOR SALE.
A BARB BARGAIN Is presented. 11l
beadh, and a desire lo give my wife a
change of scene and ulr, are the motives
whleb Indue* me to sell.
Address, fur terms,
mraoif W. W. RUBOTTOM. Spatlra.
Can be round In
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OK
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
THE SKATING RINK,
At Nn. Its Main St., near First,
Will be Opened To-Night.
admission — Gentlemen. 25 penis,
with i>rlvilpg<* of one hour's skating.
Admission to Laities, Froe.
The undersigned offers for rule his
property, consisting of a lot on the prin
cipal business street of Anaheim aud a
well-furnished Barber Whop, with two
bathrooms attached. Iv the rear are
three rooms, suitable for a family. lam
doing a good business, but wish to
change climate on account of ill health.
PROF. J. H. T. DEAN,
Proprietor Anaheim Shaving Saloon.
152 MAIN ST., Corner of FIKST.
The finest bramWnf Llquers and Wlnea
v I ways on hand. FINE CIGAKS. Cold
Lunch every day. I cordially Invite my
friends and tho public to give m** a call,
and 1 promise tliem courteous treatment,
aud piompt at'ention.
SOCIETIES and private partfef desir
ing to secure picnic grounds would
do well tocousult tne Measis.
EBERLE At JUltO.,
These grounils have been prepared re*
gardßss of expense aud are provided
wil h one of the largest and best danciag
pavilions outside of Man Francisco.
Arbor*, Ten-pin Alleys, Swings, Hori
zontal Bars, Shooting Gallery, and in
deed, everything necessary for the
amusement or picnickers, aud will be let
cheaper tl.au any other grounds In this
No improper persons will bo admitted
to the Gardens under any circumstances.
Lunch oatt at all times be procured at
the bouse. in9-tf
CIOOIETIEK, CHURCHES, CLUBS and
O PRIVATE PARTIES will flud it to
their advantage to look at these beauti
ful grounds before muking arrangement*
It Ims no equal iv the State.
A NEW DANCING PAVILION.
One or the largest In the State, just com
pleted. Fine groves, beautllul J awns,
Base Ball grounds. Croquet grounds,
swings for families and children, hori
zontal burs, in fact every thing baa been
built and put Iv tho finest order. No
ti me, trouble or expense has been spared
to make It tlie grout pleasure resort ol
The nuest drive out of the city. Street
Cars run to tlie ground* ev«ry LM minutes
for all Picknlcs. 11. J. WOOD,
m 11-t f Proprietor,
Exotic Gardens & Nursery
SI/)S ANGELES STREET, in £g)
rear oi Cathedral.
I wim 1.1 respectfully announce to my
old customers and the public generally
l hat I have on hand and shall keen eve
rylhing iui.iyllne of business—TßEES,
SHRUBS, PLANTS, etc.. wholesale and
retail,and at LOWEST PRICKS.
Orders from abroad promptly executed
and satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de
livered free of charge In the city.
LOUIS J. STENGEL,
mr2-2m Formerly Sbaeffer A Stongel.
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Hus ueeu remove 1 from SIOSWIHTM
Canlona Mock, 118 Main St.,
Opposite tho Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER KOUKIUN
PERFUMERY, RRUSHES AND
ALL TOILKTTK ARTICLES.
lM9'Preserlpllons prepared with fircal
"El Moil no Farm."
For buslnnss and educational reasons,
desiring lo remove luto l<os Augeles. I
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and nut-buildings
horses, mules, wagon, hiiraess, agrlcul
tural implements, etc., for ihe term of
TWO OU THREE YEARS.
The farm consists or 204 acres, on which
are4o,ooo grape vines, over -.tin) orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, titm lemon
and lline tiees; also a number of bluek
walnut, pecan, almond, tig, aprloot.
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; Iwaor Ihreo acres of alialfa, llfty
acres vat-nut a:able laml, and
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence is a Bpaeloui
bath-rooui, sumdying hot, cold and
shower baths. Thcie Is also a BILLIA Rl>
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm Is most eligibly aHuated In
the FRUIT BELT of Uie |
San Gabriel Mission Valley'
About eight miles mn| of Los
city, and near the Uilireid Mfa'ton o>
•Sau Gabriel Mlsuiou, it not leased,
r WILL SELL, THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, to~wli: Qua*]
third cash, the hftlnr.ee iv one, two. three j
and lour years, at 10 percent. Interest per
annum luterest, payable semi-annually.
K.J. C. KEWKN, I
Nos. 10 A 11 Strelite Building, Spring «l. i
8. F. Rulletiu and Cbroulcje copy. o2lri
Mason icNotic*. "
■ i.m iBfHM 1 So. aa, a/
A_ * A. M.-TIIO stated meeting.
Vy of thin Lodge are held on tfiS
/ ▼ x 7:3« p. m. Mem bam of fVnlai.
pha. No. am, and all Maatw afaaona la
good atandlug are cordially Invited.
By order of tbe W:- Aft
('hah. khitu. Secretary.
I -is Angolej Chapter No. 33, R; •
t Mated convocations oa l<-
MONDAY of Mat mouth
IK P. a. at Maaonlo AaTl.'
Sefournina aomaanloaa ta
good standing cordially In
vlted. By older of
8. C.FOY.H. r
Lot Angelei Coahcll No. ||, Royal Mb.
Select Matters, F.
. Holda lis stated aaaembliea oa tbe 4th
Monday of each mouth at Ifaaonle liali.
at 7:30 p. v Sojourning Corapa.l ,i,s In
good standing are t raternallr in vuW u>
attend. By order of the Tb II \
K. a. CUNNINOHAM. BeoiM-r.
y Da LionCominaricerv Ka.
Z 0 " 1 ; t;.
Holda Ita ataled conclaves at the \ »v.
mm in Masonic Hall, on tlie Ti.'Sl
I'HURSDAY of eachrionth, mfl'4 o'< iji
p. a. Sojourning Knight* Temple -i a
good standing are cordially invited lo .t. i
tend, .by order of tbe
J. C. Littlkpii:li>, Recorder.
I. O. O. F.
minmh >■ " «» »- Regular meetS.,
~SKgT<>f this Lodge are held ev»lV
, .TrT MONDAYevenlngatao'eloS
at Odd Fel.offs- Uall, Dewney BIuST.
VisiUng and sojourning brothers lv good
standing arc Invited to attend.
_ E. A. PitMurid. N. n.
Feed. W. Wood, Kcc. Sec
l.iw An*elee I-odae tfo. SB, I. o.
.. Regular meeting bald on
tJf«feWKI..NE.SI)AY KVTCNINQ ol
each week at 7>i o'clock, fto
. lourntng brethren In good
standing are cordially Invited.
A. FKA„a,K. B . /W - BAHD - W g
Orange Grove EncampmeaJ, No. 31,1.0.
■"fftlh KEfJTJLAR IIKETWGB baM
jaajg Kon the Seiond knd Fourth
•^SBJbTTI!F.SDAYH of eaoh month at
W p. a. Sojourning Patri
archs in good .landing are cordially ln»l
-ted lo attend.
„ C C. LIPS, C. P.
B. Makxhkn. Scribe.
§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODCE, No. 20,
meets every Thursday evening,*!
7 o'clock, at the Castle - Mall,
Downey Illock. All sojourning Knlgble
In good standing are ••ordlally invited
C. E. Miles, K. of K. K.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
- KKUULAR MEKTfNOS Ol
/ aBM tllls Company will take plaea
on tho arst Wednesday ave
■tJ&Wl&fL n, "X or each month, at I
J-awSjfijjfc o'clock. By order,
- W. H. MOOBK. Secretary.
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