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Is Published eveiy morning except Monduv by THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. *\ OFFICE—Herald Mteam Hook aud Joh HriHtlnir Hoiimp, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS' Per annum, by mall or express _.$ll) Six months " " j Three months " " • i) I>ellverod by carriers, per week, 26 cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. Oaeyear, by mall orexpress,singl«eopy...S3 Oil six months, " A v" U" "j 7f) Three " " " " » „| 1 oj) Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates All Kinds of Joh-Work done to Com pete Mith Man t'raiiriseo lv Price. Mtyle. aud Elegant c »i Workuianrttil],. _ SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Notice. ft Lbs Angele* Lodge No. 42, F. A _ ,<7%_, A. ML—The slated meetings of this jr Lodge ure held on the first MON /XX\ DAY of each month at 7:30 p. m. ' Members of Pentulpha, No. 202, and all Master Musons In good siuudlng are cor dially Invited. S. C. FOY, W. M. Chas. Smith, seoretarv. ao2s-ly—B APENTALPHA LODGE, No. 202, F. A. <& M. The stated meetings of this Lodge are lield on the THIBD MONDAY of cuch month, at 7 p.m. rfv order of the W!- Mt- Jan 11' W. W. Robinson, Bec'y. Los Angeles Chapter No. 33, R: • A:- M: ■ f Stated convocations on 2d MONDAY or each month at P, m. al Masonic Hall. Bo jotirniii,. e'nn pan lons in good stanttlii ...In.ilv invited. By W. ii. A. KIDD, Secretary. Los Angeles Council No. It, Royal and Select Masters, F. & A. M., Holds Its stab-it assemblies on tie 4th Mon day of each mouth;: 1 't.isonic :. ill, at 7:30 I. m. Sojournliu' Comp. i ns In gi-od standing aiefraternal'..' Invlt- I •■• a 'end. By order . f kite lit' it '.■ J. F, LL R.sh. Recorder. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Cceur De Lion Comir ri'.t.y ho. 9, K|- T;. Holds its stale-; .-. in i..yes at the Asylum ln Masonic Hall, on Third THURSDAY of each month, i.i 7 o'clock p. Ji Sojourning Ku gbts Templar in good s„u..-.iig are cor dially invited lo attend. Hy order ofthe c;- c- H. N. Brunino, Capt - .- Oen'l;. I. O. O. F. „.>■--*'■■■■ Aua-ellta Lodge No. lUS, I. O. •'4&£SW& O. F.—Regului meetinio* ol this 'ttffi??;' Lodge arc held every MONDAY evening ut 8 o'clock, at Odd Fel lows' Hull, Downey Block. Visiting and so journing brothers in good standing are in vited to attend. I. J. SMITH, N. G. J. M. Bassktt, R. 8. an!) Golden Knle Lodge No. 160, I. O, O. V. •rtiS.-'"- Regular meeting held on FRI- JjFgfev \t\S EVENING of each week al 1-2 o'clock. Mjournlng broth re n ■^ w " > in good standing are cordially in vited. By order, C. D. HATHAWAY, N. G. Jos. Huber, Jk., It. 8. Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31,1. 0. 0. F. -ftmi'f- REGULAR MEETINGS held on tlie Second aud Eourth TUES ■ : DAYS of each monlh at f. M. Sojourning Patriarchs in good are cordiullv invited to uttend. H. BURDICK, C. P. J. M. Basskit, Scribe. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. H. S. ORME, l'liyMioitm and Suryeoni OFFICE IN LANFRANCO BUII,DING, No. 74 Main street, over C.J. Heinzeman & Co.'s drug store. Residence, Spring street, between Sixth and Seventh. Office hours, from 10 a. m to 1 p. m. fc2o tf DR. A. E. MERRILL, JPliysieiun and ISvi>|f«»pit« Office— No. 11 Spring St., opposite the Post Oltlee. Special attention paid to diseases of Children. febgtf DR. W. HAZELTINE, DENTIST— CORNER SPRING AND TE.M pie streets (opposite Temple's Bank), Los Angeles Ja3o tf DR. FRED EUPHRAT, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur. OFFICE—Over Farmers A Merchants Bank, in Lafuyotte Hotel building, Main street, Los Angeles. Ofllce hours, S to 12 A. M., und 2to SP. M. From 2toB P. M. grutis for tiie poor. Consultation In German, French, Italian and English. lan2otf SAM'L W. BROOKE, M. D., Physician, Surgeon and Obstetrician. OFFICE—In L*nfranco'i Huildlug.Main St. Offlce hours—B to 10 A. M., 2 tot and 7 t»8 P. M. Residence, No. 240 Main streei. dmf Hb¥ cI^TaTyT^SiT Li URGEONS AND PRACTITIONERS of Uo -15 meoputhy. Office and residence, Buck man House. Night calls promptly attended. av Special attention giveu to diseases ol women and children. octfltf IC. D. WIM. M« D - RADUATE OF JEFFERSON TT Medical College, Philadelphia. Office in Ijau Franco Building, Mum street. Ofllce hours, from Bto A. M., and from iy, to 6 P. M. Obstetrics & Diseases of Women a Specialty. my7-ly—l6 drTT-^s^^hjnles, -— TJIORMERLY OF ST. LOUIS, MO., JpBRS, l 1 has located In lm Angeles where nßLiw will give his special attention to *M*m< diseases of tlie Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. m , '_, Okpick : Spring St., opposite Temple Blosk. feb2stf—2 Dr. L. Dexter Lyford, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON - OFFICE, No. 17, Downey Block, Los Angeles, California. Offlco hours—9 to 11 a.m.;! to 8 and 7 to 8 P. M. ap2B-tf—2 DR. A. 8. BHORB, J_£OMCEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. OFFICE—Nearly opposite the Post office. RESIDENCE—No. Ift Franklin street. oc2-tt—2 ~J. H. McKEWrM^TT PHYSICIAN A SURGEON - OFFICE, No. I Spring street, oppposite Temple's Bank. Rksiobnub— First street, between Fort and Hill, Los Angeles,Cal. mrls-tf—2 Dr. Joseph Kurtz, PHYSICIAN. OFFICE—in Lanfranco's Building, Main St above the Drug Store of C. F. Helnreinan A Co Will give particular Attention to EYF. and EAR DISEASES. Offiot hours: From 9 to 11 A. m.. from 2to 4 p. m., and from 8 to 9p. m. Residence: Buenavlstastreet. auglrt Los Angeles Daily Herald. BUSINESS CARDS. C. P. HEINZEMAN A CO., Successors to J. B. SAUNDERS & CO., DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, f%t Main Street, Lns ANGELES. The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the PUREST L3UGB and PATENT MEDICINES of all kinds. uer Prescriptions carefully com pounded day and night. no2-tf—B CHAS. R- JOHNSON, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CENERAL INSURANCE AGENT, No. oil Temple Block, Los AugelcN, dec2o "W. VAN DER DOES, IIXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND COL j lector. Sets of hooks opened, balanced and closed and ull kinds of accounts adjusted. Collections made In all parts of city, county and Slate. Bad debts and rents collected on moderate terms. OFFICK-Spring street, No. 00. fe2 tf S. H. BUCHANAN, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Successors to Ltuchunan A Husklns. C CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS of Buildingaud satisfaction guaranteed. Headquarters at the Corner of Second and I.V.H. .......... .Iff * r «» . .-ii .. .. ■ i, .pATU —v MORITZ CHOYNSKI, 44 SPRINC ST. Carpenter and Cabinet Maker. Stores fitted up, Furniture made and re paired, and generul work done on the shorts est notice, nov22tf JOHN COLDS WORTHY, JJEPUTY U. 8. MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEEIt Room 6, Downey's Block, Los Angeles, novttf —2 E. F. KYSOR, ARCHITECT, KOOM No. 14 HELLMAN'S BLOCK, COR uer of Commercial and Los Angeles Streets. ap2stf—2 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. K. UObVHKY. 0. J. XLI.IB. GODFREY A ELLIS. TTOKNKYS AT LAW, Rooms I and 3, Downey Rloek, Los Angeles. feb.i-tf Attorney at Law, Examiner of Titles, — r- AND CO NVKYANC BR, OFFICE—With G. W. Morgan, Esq., No. 4 Spring street, Temple Hlock. jan2B-lni "jTeTcriffin, - Attorney and Counsellor at Law, OFFICE—ROOM 22, TEMPLE BLOCK, Los Antjrele**, Cal. ■ta-Speciui attention given to Land and Pro bate business, myl-tf—2 WINSLOW S. MYERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE—Room No. 11 Downey Block, Los Anuki.ks, Cal. dlltf J. O. HOWARD. H. T. ft AZA X 1> HOWARD A HAZARD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFICES IN No. 8 DOWNEY BLOCK, LOS ANGELES, CAL. ••'Special attention giveu to business ill the United State* Land Ofllce. oc2-tf—2 A. QLASSKLL, U. M. SMITH. A. B. CHAPMAN. H. M. SMI Mi. GLASSELL, CHAPMAN &SMITH, AT LAW, OFFICE—TEMPLE BIAJCK up-stairs, Los Angeles, California. oc2-tf— 2 OHAIU.EB I.INDL.BV. I. S. TUOUrSUK, LINDLEY & THOMPSON, sATTORNKYS AT LAW, OFFICE—Room Nos. 51 aud tU, over Tem ple & Workman's Bank. oc2-tf—2 W. I. MAUSHAI.I.. WILL D. OOUI.D. J. H, iII.ANOHAKO. MARSHALL GOULD & BLANCHARO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW —OFFICE opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos. 18 ami 19 Temple Block, Los Angeles. Cal. Will practice In all the Courts of this State, aud attend to business in U. 8. Land Ofllce. tf—2 GEORGE J. CLARKE, NOTARY PUBLIC-COMMISSIONER OF Deeds for Arizona, and Broker. Office, Gatiuhl & McDanicls, Downey Block. Je 19-tf—2 V. E. & F. H. HOWARD, AT LAW, TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. oc2-tf —2 A. 11. JUDSON. J. W. UILLKTTK. Att'y at Law JUDSON, & GILLETTE, EXAMINERS OF TITLES. 37 1-3 SprloK 81., Los Angeles, Cal. oc2-lf— 2 ~DRUGS---MEPICINES. NEW DRRG STORE! V. CHEVALLIER HAS OPENED AN ELEGANT DRUG Store, in SICNORET'S NEW BUILDINC, Main St., opp. Pico House, Well assorted with fresh aud pure medicines Also a splendid assortment ot PERFUME, HAIR BRUSHES, Sponges, and every toilet article from the best houses of the United States and Prance. American and French patent medicines. rCnglish, French and (Spanish LiaiiguuKea are Hpcken. ' V.Che vail ler has been established In San Frauciscn since '411, and his long uxpeicuce In tho drug business will recommend him lo the confidence and patronage of the people and medical fraternity of L«.s Angeles. sepAVtf m ■ iipiia.wninsiii.iiHi■ ■■ MISCELLANEOUS. P. LAUTH. KKITa MKN7.. NEW YORK BREWERY, PHIL. LAUTH &. CO., (Successors to Chris. Henne) Proprietors. Tlie CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BSTIf LIANL LAGER BEEB Soutu of San Francisco. Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED Br.LR promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery de fies competition in the State. tnrS-tf—s LOS ANGELES, SATUHDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1875. BUSINESS CARDS. M. W P PERRY, HOOK BINDER. Downey block, Cor. New High and Temnle street*. octll-2IP" WM. ABBOTT, j| General Undertaker. FINE METALIC COFFINS, Tbe Bent In tlie World. Always on hand, and all kinds of Coffins ready at one hour's notice. Apply at his FURNITURE WAREROOMS, No. 16 Main street, Near the Pico House. octl7-ly J. BTRELITZ. MERCHANT TAILOR, AND FASHION ABLE CLOTHIER. No. 73 Main Street, in front of tbe Orient Maloon, Downey It lock. A large stock ot tho newest Cloths. Good fits guaranteed. mr24-tf—2 D. W MACLELLAN, Searcher of Records and Conveyancer, ROOM 13 DOWNEY BLOCK. O. W.PARKER, Teacher and Conductor of VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Residence, No. ttrt Spring St. PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED. All orders left at the abovo rooms, or at Brodrlck's Book store, will receive prompt at tention, augttutf H.J. STEVENSON, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, U. S- Deputy Land and Mineral Surveyor. Surveys of all kinds lv the city or at a dis tance. Maps made, Field notes aud descrip tions furnished Ac. OFFICE—NO. 36 MAIN STREET, Los Anust.es, Cal. oct2otf Wm. Moons. M. X m i i una, MOORE & KELLEHER, CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND — DRAUGHTSMEN. OFFICE—In Wolfskill Building, New High slrect. dlfMm" E. J. WESTON, ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER V S ll DRAUGHTSMAN, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Room ill. Temple Block, Third Story, Los Angeles, Cal ifornia. mylOtf—3 VETERINARY SURGEON. OSCAR C. BALDY, V. 8., TREATS ALL diseases of the horse. (Lan be lound at corner Fourth and Fort streets. Los Ange les, Cal. au2 tf— 2 T. C. SWIQABT. JOS. HUKKR. JR. SWICART A HUBER, OKALKUS I.N STOVKB, XIjN. COPPER AND SHEET-IRON -WARE AND CROCKERY WARE, GLASS, Hardware and Willow-ware, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS PLUMBINC AND CAS FITTING Done to Order. Sign of the Big Red Coffee-Pot, NO. lie MAIN ST., : LO.SANGELES. Jun2ltf-5 LUMBER-YARDS. PRICES — AT — Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s a „ uMI. i 11; 14 \'AlU>s» — AND — PLANING MILLS, No. Mi t'oiuunereial street, near Hall road Itepot. in 1-20-tf—B J. G. JACKSON Keeps all kluds of LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS Posts, Shakes, Plaster Paris, CEMENT and HAIR. Corner of Alameda and First streets. I.OS ANGRI.KS, CAL.. W. W. ROBINSON, AGENT. 11 vi man's team ready ln yard to deliver or ders, sepiltf GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO. LUMBER DEALERS, CORNER OF Alameda unci ITir»t Sts., DEALERS IN Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft. Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " '< " Flooring at - 42 50 " " " They constantly keep on hand DOORS. WINDOWS, BLINDS, POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC ap2B-U—s GARE\ »8 Semi-Tropical Nurseries. Located on Buu Penro street, two miles south of City Hall. The latest stock of Northern and Seml- Troplcal Fruit Trees ln the State. 40 Varieties of Citrons Tree*. Call and examine my stock. Priced Cata logue sent free. Address P. O. Box 628, Ixis Angeles. Cal. THOS. A. GAREY. dec!B-6m HOPELESSNESS. Lone wandering with the woe within me hushed, No whit the less my sormw ttlnn und smarts, For the keen foeling.the keen sense Is crushed Into my heart of hearts. My sky or life is all with clouds o'erdrawn And night draws round me, now that day is gone— A night no wakening, dusk-dispelling dawn Will ever rise upon. Hi.pe's luminous Angers I no longer see, Pointing me where logo with guidance kind, Doomed evermore t<i roam despairingly. And aimless as the wind. Alas, for me, poor me, whose scalding tears, \\ ept Inwardly, bum to my bosom's core' \V horn life can reach with aught that life en dears No more, ah! nevermore! — Chamber'h Journal. Habits of German Authors. The German knows, as no one else, how to subsidize others into his ser vice, thereby saving a vast amount of time and purely mechanical labor. Almost invariably he has an auieuu ensis, and frequently more than one, to whom he dictates or gives in pretty full outline what he proposes to em balm in print. Dunsen—who, despite his long residence in England and his identification with English life, never forgot his German method of author ship—used to have half-a-dozen secretaries at work for him. All lie did was to give them the general di rections, and they thus multiplied his years. Moreover, he had scholars at work for him, who lived in various parts of the country. He told them what points he wanted to fortify, what theses they must elaborate, and they did it gladly—for, poor, half-starved fellows, they knew that Bunsen could pay them well for their toil. Many of the more solid works in German literature are produced by the profess ors in the universities. These men, almost to a unit, have the services of a promising student (or two) of lite rary taste, who spends his spare hours in searching up authorities, conduct ing correspondence, getting the mas ters' own neiroglyphics into shape for the pi inter, and examining libraries far and near for information to pack into the volume in hand. While the real author is responsible for every word that goes out under his uame, and can justly claim the parentage of the whole idea and plan and scope of the work, he is spared much ot the drudgery incident to all book-making, Whioh is not the immediate fruit of imagination. Where history is to b<3 ransacked, facts to be grouped and matters of pure detail to be gleaned from various sources, often another could do better service than the au thor. The real writer is the Powers who furnishes the model, and yet never himself uses the chisel on tlie block of marble, but takes good care to have the merely muscular part of tlie execution done by others. His eye goes over all carefully, but he saves his own physical energies from ex haustion. The German author takes care to hav»* social refreshment. Without this he would soon fall amid the gi gantic literary plans. He cultivates cltipahle qualities and has his circle of friends, with whom he spehds eve nings and the afternoons of festive days. He seldom works with his pen at night, aud generally not after din ner. He crowds his labors into the morning hours, and where he leaves anything for the afternoon it is gener ally light matter--the trimming up of the grand trunk, he had felled bo fore noon. Reading, comparing au thorities, and such easy parts of his labor, he can do without weariness after his after-dinner smoke. But for dictation, dowuright authorship, he commouly takes the forenoon; and urgent must be your demand if you get a welcome from him then. He often has a placard on his door at this time exhorting all trespassers on his time not to enter unless thoir business is very important, and they are wil ling to leave very soon again. His rule is to spend all his afternoons and evenings with his family or literary friends. He is a grand dinner-out; knows how to occupy two hours at the table and four or six hours in digest ing what he rinds ou it. He plays all manner of games with his children, and serves as donkey and what-not for them; goes to the reading-room and drops asleep over the Vierleljahrsseh rift; makes a foot_exeursion with his wife and children to a neighboring village, and wakes up next morning witii iifly brand new pages at his tongue's end. Thus he goes through his volume, half playing and half working, but always absorbing; and when he has finished it he does not need a journey to another continent to bring him elasticity, nor does he shiver like a slave beneath the critic's lash. His nerves are strong,his blood far from torpid, his spirits high, his brain ready for any tiling. He would begin a cyclopedia on the shortest uo tice, and fulfill his publisher's best hopes.— Hurst'a Life in the Father land. X-tt jE M O V JK X>. I. H AU C H, MERCHANT TAILOR, HAS REMOVED INTO HIS NEW STORE ln Ducommun's New Block, No. 4 Commercial street. A NEW STOCK Just received. Those desiring a NEAT-FITTING SUIT Give him a call. t HAUCH. Los Angeles, Feb. 3d. feb3-lm PIANOS, From vorlous Standard Makers, FOR SALE ON INSTALMENTS —OF FROM — Thirty to Fifty Dollars per Month. Pianos, Organs and other musical Instru ments repaired. J. ». PATRICK, Piano Agent, fe7 8w No. 00 Spring St., L'S Angeles. CITY BREWERY^ And SALOON, Cor. Second and Spring Streets, LOS ANGELES Fine Lager Beer for sale IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. noa-tf-8 JOa LEIBER, Proprietor. LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES DIVISION SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD, AND i S T X A- Ml JE X, 8. IMPORTANT CHANCES. On and after THURSDAY, January 14th, 1875, and until further notice, trains will run every day as follows: LEAVES LOS ANGELES: FOR ARRIVE. Anaheim 9:30 a. m. 11:00 a.m. Wilmington 10:15 " 11:30 " Sun Fernando 10:30 " 11:45 " Spadra 2:45 p. m. 4:30 p. m. Wilmington 3:45 " 5:00 " Sun Fernando 8:30 " 9.30 " TOWARD LOS ANGELES: I.KAVK. ARRIVE. San I'eriiauil'i 6:15 A. M. 7:15 a. M. Spadra 7:45 " 9:20 " Wilmington 7:46 " 9:00 " San Fernando 12:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. Anaheim 1:00 " 2:30 " Wilmington 1:00 " 2:15 " "on stkamkk days." Tlnie of trains between Los Angeles and Wil mington wiHabe varied so as to connect with steamer. The lime of Fisher & Thatcher, 87 Main street, has been adopted by this company. Muttei i t6 E. E. HEWITT, nupt. GOODALL, NELSON &, PERKINS' STEAMSHIP COMPANY. San Francisco and Los Angeles, THIS STEAMSHIPS VENTURA, ORIZABA AND MOHONGO* Calling at Santa Barbsrs only, AND STEAMSHIP SENATOR. Calling at Santa Ba- v -.m and San Lall Obispo, also at San Buenaventura and San Simeon for passengers only. SCHEDULE. il *i s>s if || h ? f h Orizaba Feb 2 Feb 4 Feb U Feb 8 Ventura "6 "8 " 10 " 12 senator " » " 12 " H " 16 Mehougo 1 13 «' 15 " 17 " 19 Ventura " 18 " 18 " 20 " 22 Senator "20 "23 "25 "27 Orizaba " 25 " 27 Mur I Mar 3 Ventura " 27 Mar 1 " 3 " 5 Senator. Mur 3 "6 "8 " 10 LOS ANUKLES AND SAiV DIEGO: steamers VENTURA, ORIZABA and MOHONGO Go throng" •«> s "» Diego, calling at Aralielin Lauolng. Leave San Pedro Feb. 4th, Slh, 15th, 18th, 23d, 27th and Mar. Ist. SAN LITIS. SAN SIMEON, SANTA OKUZ, MONTEREY and HAN FRANCISCO. The Senator, leaving San Pedro Feb. 14th 25ih aud Mtirch Slli, connects at Sanla Barba ra with steamer Coustauline for above nam. .1 ports. Man Francisco, Nan Diego, and Way Ports. Steamers KALORAMAA and GIPSY, Carry ng combustibles und other freight, will leave San Francisco about every ten days. VICTORIA, 13. C. Steamers leave San Francisco on the sth and 20th of ve:y month, except, when those dates jail on .Sunday, then on the day follow ing. Plans of Steamers* Cabins at Agent's office. For Passage or Freight, apply to H. McLELLAN, Ag't. for Los Angeles Co. office, 81 Main street, opposite head of Com merelal. ' iui)B CHANCE of TIME! Through by Daylight to San Bernardino. STAGES via CHINO, RIN- r )c --^- m eX»L i ON and RIVERSIDE,car- ryingthe United states mails ■ ««■ i~ express, leaves BPADHA every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY ut 8 A. M. The entire trip is made by daylight, thus nfford ing tourists and travelers an opportunity ol passing oyer some of the finest portions o Southern California. Tlie route pusses through tho beautiful col ony of Riverside and the famous Chino ranch. Tickets should be purchased and seats se cured of the agent In Ixis Angeles. H W. ROBINSON, Supt. STAOE OFFICE—No. 15 Main street. J. L. WARD, Agent. decls-tf LIQUORS, ETC. FASHION SALOON, 61 Downey Block, Malu St. "WOIjIF &C GATES, T*ropriet»rM. The Choicest Ales, Beer, Wines, AND l\i<jiioi-K of*nil Kinds. Hot Lunch Served Every Day and Evening. ALL THE LATE PAPERS On file for the use of guests. Club and Read ing Rooms, warmed aud well ventilated. It Is the Intention of the Proprietors to so conduct the house as to preserve the good name it, has already earned. seplBtf PAIsACI ABLOOM. MAIN ST., Temple Block, LOS ANGELES, CAL. A fine stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept constantly on hand, and Liquors bottled expressly for family use. Also J \.. WILLIAMS, octatf Proprietor. WINE 7 DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMEK'B WINE CELLAR .underneath the new U.S. Hotel, corner of Los Angeles and Re quena streets. Wine by the Glass, Bottle or Gallon. All kinds of Liquors, Wines and Bitters at wholesale uud retail. NOTICE. The public of Los Angeles are hereby noti fied that no nt hci person in Los Angeles but Louis Mesnier has wines from the Coeoinongo ranches. J. L BANBEVATN. noo-2ptf—4 JOSEPH BRESON, SAMPLE BOOMS, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST. The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS aud tiie best FANCY DRINKS concocted south of San Francisco. »srTemple Block, uext to Wells, Fargo 4 Company's office. no2-tf—| No. 99. NEW HOUSE, Corner Allso and Alameda Streets. LEVY Has opened at the above place, an extensive stock of Provisions, Groceries, Wines and Liquor^. Half a pound of Sugar and half a pound of Coffee more to the dollar is there given than in any other house in the city, and all other goods are sold in the same proportion. Country produce taken in exchange at market rates. Also, Forwarding and Commission Merchant. General dealer in all kinds of 1 <>ITIV r ri*Y PRODUCTIONS, HIDES, GRAIN AND WOOL. Makes advances on Consignments to all parts ofthe United Stase. Nos. 33, 34 Ac 35, liso atreet f Los Angeles, Cal. da 2 \Wft^L§MfMI^R~^RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE V. S. HOTEL 13 !<: A LKlt S lIN l*a,iiits, Oils, > ai-iiishtes, Inrushes. jiiml Glass. Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGKNTB FOR THK California Chemical Paint Company. LIHKRAL IJNOUC'JiJMEJVXS OFFERED TO nivJSm IS PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. BANKING HOUSES. THK »_A .IN' lv. WM. WORKMAN. r. f. T. TKMPX.K. TEMPLE & WORKMAN. BANKEHH. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGRLES. Receive Deposits, issue their Certificates and transact a UKNKRAL BANKING MIMSKhV ORAVY ON TK£ LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO SANK [LIMITED], AT SAN FRAHuISCu Exchange lor sale on New York, Unmburtj, London, K&eMftin snd E*ari«, KpanbrV>rt. Tenders, Bullion, Uold Dust and Gov ernment, State, County and City Bombs bought and Sold. Receive valuables for Kate keep ntf. -10 LOS ANGELES COUNTY SAVINGS BANK MAIN STREET, Loh Ahjjolom, < nl. CAPITAL STOCK, :: :: :: $300,0b\> PKKHtDENT J. ». SLAUSON Vicu-PRiwfnKNT J. M. GRIFFITH DIRECTORS: J. S. SLAUSON, J. M. GRIFFITH V. A. HOOVER, ROBERT K. BAKE it, J. BIXBY, H. B. TICHENOk, GEORGE s. DODGE. Open for business tVoui Ut a. m. till if r, m., and Saturday evenings from 6to 8 o'clock. Deposits received in any amounts. Money to loan on real estate in amounts and for length of time desired. JlyS-tf—6 FORWARDING A COMMISSION. Forwarding A Commission MERCHANTS, HAVE FOR SALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest Imported Brands. PAINTS, OILS, HOOKS ami BASnEN, BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, 14 and 16 Los Angeles and Commercial St LOH ANGELES. no3tl— i J. L. WARD, CommiHHion Mcreiumt. AGENT, /ETNA INSURANCE CO.; UNION INSURANCE CO. (Klre and Marine). No. Stt Main Street, CALIFORNIA NURSERY, CORNKR OY Vejar and San Pedro Streets, A fine variety of Fruit Trees, including Cherry and Plum, which are warranted to grow and bear abundantly every year. PEDRO M. VEJAR. Jan24-6m ladies; ha is dressing ESTABLISHMENT. CAROLINE C. BURTON. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL styles. Braids, Curia and Waterfalls made at the shortest notice. Tangled hair straightened and made Into any shape. Per umes of the finest quality on hand and for sale. No. 9 Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. NUMBEJR 123. MISCELLANEOUS, FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, (Successors to Dotter A Lord}, Hay« now the Largest Stock ever brought here. Have just received a targe lot dlreotlr from tho East, and cordially invite tbe pub. ir to examine tbe!r goods and price same. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting. Ktc. Ktc. Ktc. Hidney Lacey, (With Dotter A Bradley), s still selling everything In above lines at Reduced Prices, and guarantees Work and Goods. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, POTTER & BRADLEY Are sti 11 Agents for the GROVKR Az BAKKH ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, Aud would beg leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR INo-w Hiid Ofortlnot snd I mportaut Improvements have beeu added to this Machine recently, making it nast all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 80 LOS ANGELES, Jlyl Sign of the Bis: Red Chair. tflO wooleT^ PFEIFFENBERGER A SHAUER, Los Angeles Street, near Commercial, Butts made to order for Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars. A fine stock of Imported and domestic Blankets and Flannels Constantly on hand. Also, a One stock of CLOTHB, CABBIMERES, VE9TINSS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac, Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture, kept in Htoek and made up in the best style of the tailoring art. PEE! FFENIiK R< i E R A BHAtJER. seiM-tf Wel!-Digfi:ing. lAMI AM PREI'AREUTO POWELL-DIGGING ln the nsont <Htief*ctory mi-nuer and os the shortest notice. Water guaranteed tor Wilcox Ultoro of all dimensions. REFERENCES!. By permission, I refer to Mr. Longitreet, Mr. Ledynrd, Mr. Heaton and Dr. Whistler THOMAH HAMILTON, j an K-tf At Swlgart A Hubers, Main St.