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*a il it __■!__ T1 3 ■ LLI i4i 'Ljh «1 J Is Published eveiy morning except Monday by I HE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CU. OFFICE—Herald Steam Book and Job Printing: Hoiiae. Spj-ins; street, opposite 1 to Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express Jlc Six months " " 0 Three months " " 1 8 Delivered by carriers, per woek, 25 cent- THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday uioriilng. TERMS. one year, by mail or express, single copy ...S3 00 Six months, " " " " ... 175 Three " " " " «• „. 100 Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates AM Kinds of Job-Work done to Com pete wilh Man Francisco in Price. Style, ami Klegaure ol Workmanship. SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Notice. Al.nn Angele* I.mlge No. I. * A. M..—The stated meeting* of I Ills L>dge ere held on Ihe llrst MON DAY of each month at 7:* p. M. Members of Centalpha, No. 202, and ull Muster Masons in good standing are cor dlally invited. H. C. VOX, W. M. ('has. Smith. Hecretary. uo2B-ly—« APENTAI.PHA I. OltttK, No. 202, F. A. AM. The stated meet lugs of this Lodge are held on the THIHD MONDAY of each mouth, at 7 f. M. Hy order of the W .• M;• janll W. VV. Robinson, Secy. Los Angeles Chapter No. 33, R: ■ A:• M:- f stated convocations on 2d MONDAY of each mouth at V/i P. v. al Masonic Hall. So joiiriii ■>:■ • ■■ 'ill |. >iI(HUi in good Ifn* o .Rally invited. Hy or ;ci lit the H. P. 11. A. Kidd, Secretary. Los Angeles Council No. 11. Royal and Select Masters, F. & A. ■„ Holds its stat".l assemblies oil liie 4th Men drtyofeach month ai vl a-onlc H Ml, at 7:30 p. M. Sojournii. . t' timpani ns in l" od standing aie fraternnlD invited ;>.a cml. By order of tlie Tli I- II i '. .1. F. BURNH, Recorder. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Coeur De Lion (taaKfcMlcrf No. 9, I*« ?*« Holds its state i .-..uclaves at tiie Asylum iv Masonic Hall, on the Third THURSDAY of each month, at 7 o'clock I. »i Sojourning Kngbts Templar in good standing are cor dially invited to attend. Hy oiler of the k;. v:- H. N. BkUNING, Capt|- Gen'i;- I. O. O. F. AiiKeUta Lodge No. IU3, I. O. JaWjßSv. O. F. Regular meetings of tins Lodge are lield every MONDAY m mW evening at x o'clock, at Odd Fel lows' Hall, Downey Block. Visiting and so jonrning brothers In good standing ure In vited to attend. I. J. SMITH; N. (3. J. M. li ash kit, R. S. au9 Uolden Bule Lodge No. 100. I. U. O. V. jgjfcfc; - llegular meeting held on Fltl ■ J "' vV EVKNINU ol each week ul -**T£t>.~. ; 7 |-2 o'clock, sojourning broth*** in good standing are cordially in vited. By order, 0. D. HATHA WAY, N. G. .108. II i'hi k, Jk., It. S. Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31, I. 0. 0. F. i-ttßfi- REGULAR MEETINGS held on tlie Second and Fourth TITES DA Vs of . aeli montli at 7-., I. M. Sojourning Patriarchs in good standing are cordially invited lo attend. . H. Bl) RDIOK, Oi P. .1. M. Baksbtt. Scribe. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. H. 8. ORME, I»liysiit;itiii aud Surytioni O fcrnOß IN LANFRANCO BUILDINO, No. 7* Main street, overO .1. Heinzeman & Co.'s drug store. Residence, Spring street, between Sixth and Seventh. Oftice MOM, from 10 A. M to 4 P. M. WW tf DR. A. Wm MERRILL, unci Sui'tfeon. ollice—No. 11 Spring St., opposite tbe Post Offlce. Special attention paid to diseases oi Children. fnbl9tf_ DrTwThA^E^ dentist— corner spring and tkm ple streets (opposite Temple's Bank), Los Angeles 11 DRTFIrtEDTIEUPHRAT, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur. OFFICE—Over Farmers A Merchants Hank, in Lafayette Hotel building,. Main street, Los Angeles. Offlce hours, 8 to 12 A. M., and 2to 6p. m. From 2to3p. m. gratis for the poor. Consultation in German, French, Italian and English. |an2otf m. p., Physician, Surgeon and Obstetrician. OFFICE—In Lanfranco's Building, Main St. Offlce hours-* to 10 A. M., 2 to 4 and 7 toB P. M. Residence, No. 240 Main street. WM DRB. CHASE S LYONS, SURGEONS AND PRACTITION EltH of Ho meopathy. Offlce and residence, Buck man House. Night enlls promptly attended. ifatf-Hpecial attention given to diseases ol women and children. uctßtr K. D. WISE. M. D.. RADUATE OF JEFFERSON X Medical College, Philadelphia. Offlce lv Lan Franco Building, Main street. Office hours, from Bto 10% a. v., and from 1% to 5 P. M. Obstetrics & Diseases of Women a Specialty. my7-ly—ls DR. M. S. JONES, _ TTIORMERLY OF ST. LOUIS, MO., JflBK JT has located 111 Los Angeles, where ffuafch,. khi give ins special attention to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. „ , . Orricnt: Spring St., opposite Temple Block. feb26tf-=2 Dr. L. Dexter Lyfbrd, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON - OFFICE, No. 17, Downey Block, Los Angeles, California, Ofllce hours—9 to 11 A. M.; ltoB anil "lose, m . ap'23-tf—2 DR. A. sTsHOßiir T_jrOMOSOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. OFFICE—Nearly opposite the Post office. RESIDENCE—No. 18 Frauklln street. oc»-tt—2 j. h. mokeeTmTd^ PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON -OFFICE, No. 1 Spring stieet, oppposite Temple's Bank. Resioknoe — First street, between Fort and Hill, Los Angele*,Oal. mrlB*-tfV2 Dr. Joseph Kurtz, r PHYHI('IAN. OFFICE—in Lanfranco's Building, Main St above the Drug Store of C F. Heiniemau A Co. Will give particular attention lo F.YE and EAR DISEASES. Office hours: From 8 to 11 a. ii., from 2 to 4 p. m., and from 8to»r. m. Residence: Buenavlsta street. uuglß Los Angeles Daily Herald. BUSINESS CARDS. C. F. HEINZEMAN & CO., Successors to J B. SAUNDERS A CO., DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, T*£ Mil in Htreet, LOS ANGELES. The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the PUREST L.U/GS and PATENT MEDICINES of all kinds. Bu*' Prescriptions cnrcliilly com pounded day and night, noj-lf | JOHNSON, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CENERAL INSURANCE AGENT, No. 52 Temple Block, I.<os Angeles, dec'JO W7VAN DER DOES, T.IXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND COL XL/ lector, sets ol books opened, balanced and closed and all kinds ol accounts adjusted. Collections made In all purls of city, county and Stute. Bad debts und rents collected on moderate terms. OFFICE-Spring street, No. ttO. fc2 tf S. H. BUCHANAN, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Successors to Buchunun A Husklns. C CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS of Building and satisfaction guaranteed. Headquarters at Ihe Corner of Second and Fort street. ap2s-tf— S morltx choynski," 44 SPRINC ST. Carpenter and Cabinet Maker. Stores Htted up, Furniture made und re paired, and general work done ou the short est notice. nov22tf JOHN CoXb^rVORTHY, JJEPUTY U. S. MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER Room fi, Downey's Block, Los Angeles. nov4tf—2 E. F. KYSOR, A R CHITECT, I>OOM No. 14 HELLM AN'S BLOCK, COR \ nor of Commercial and Los Angeles Streets. ap2stf—il i.MMamma.a».M«MW»M» PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. r. GODKREY. C. J. K1.1.18. GODFREY & ELLIS. AT LAW, Roosts 1 and 3, Downey Rlock, I.os Angeles, lcb.i-tf DAVID E. ADAMS, Attorney at Law, Examiner of Titles, — - AN D COJN V BY^OIIR, OFFICE—With G. W. Morgan, Esq., No. 1 Spring street, Temide Block. juiiJS-lm MJMb •RiPFIIi* Attorney and Counsellor at Law, OFFICE—ROOM 22, TEMPLE BLOCK, Low Aiitcii'S- <Jnl. Sta_Spociu! aiteullon given td Land and Pro bate business. myl-tf--2 WINBLOW S. MYERS, ATTORNEY AT L.AW. OFFICE—Room No. 21 Temple Block, Los A.n'oki.s-s, Cal. dlltf J. O. UOWAKD. H. T. HAZARD HOWARD & HAZARD, ATTOBNEYS AT LAW, OFFICES IN No. H DOWNEY BLOCK, LOS ANGELES, CAL. IM"Special attention given to business in the United States Land Offlce. QCTtf—3 A. OL ABSKLL, G. Jl. UM ITH. A. n. CHAPMAN. H. M. SMITH. GLASSELL. CHAPMAN &SMITH, AT LAW, OFFICE--TEMPLE 81/OCK up-st.alr«, Lis Angeles, California. oc2-tf—2 CHARLIES LINDLKV. 1. S. THOM rSON. LINDLEY & THOMPSON, A TTOBNBYB AT LAW, OFFICE—Room Nos. 51 and 52, over Tem ple A Workman's Bank. oc2-tf—2 W. L. MARSHALL. WILL D. IWU LU. J. H, BLANOHAKD. MARSHALL GOULD & BLANCHARD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW —OFFICE opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos. IS and 19 Temple Block, Los Angeles. Cal. Will practice in all the Courts of this Stute, and attend to business in U. S. Land Office. tf—2 GEORGE J. CLARKE, NOTARY PUBLIC—COMMISSIONER OF Deeds for Arizona, aud Broker. Office, Oanuhl A McDanlels, Downey Block, je 10-tf—2 V. E. & F. HrH^WARD," AT LAW, TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. oc2-tf -2 A. H. JUDSON. J. W. GILLKTTIE. Att'y at Law JUDSON, & GILLETTE, EXAMINERS OF TITLES. 37 1-2 Spring; St., Los Angeles, Cal. 002-tf-2 DRAJGS---MEDICINES. NEW DIIRG STORE! V. CHEVALLIER HAS OPENED AN ELEGANT DRUG Store, in SICNORET'S NEW BUILDING, Main St., opp. Pico House, Well assorted with fresh and pure medicines Also a splendid assortment of PERFUME, HAIR BRUSHES, Sponges, and every toilet article from the best houses ofthe United States and Fiance. American and French patent medicines. l£ngli»h, ITrtsncb. and Spanish I ,iiii»n;ii;es are Speken. V.Chevallier has been eslabllshed In San Francisco since MH, and his long expe-ienee iv the drug business will recommend him to the confidence und patronage of the people and medical fraternity of Los Angeles. sep26df MISCELLANEOUS. P LA OTH. KUITZ MKNit. NEW YORK BREWERY, PHIL. LAUTH Sl CO., (Successors to Chris. Heune) Proprietors. The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST IdiIL LIANL LAGER BEER Soutu of San Francisco. Order* for DRAUGHT oi BOTTLED Hi.kß promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Bi< wery de nes competition in the State. mr6-tf—6 LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1875. BUSINESS CARDS. Ml. W. PERRY, HOOK BINDER. Downey Block, Cor. Now High and Tcmnk streets. ootll-2m' WM. ABBOTT. v General Undertaker. FINE METALIC COFFINS, The Best in the World. Always on band, and all kind< of Coffins ready at one hour's not lee. Apply at his FURNITURE WAREROOMS, No. 16 Main street, Near Uie l'ico House. oetl7-ly J. STRELITZ. MERCHANT TAILOR, AND FASHION - Alil AC CLOTHIER. No. 73 Maiu Street, lv Iront mt the Orient Saloon, llowney Hlock. A large stock ol tho newest Cloths. Uood flts guaranteed. mr24-lf—2 O. W MACLELLAN, Searcher of Records and Conveyancer, ROOM 13 DOWNEY BLOCK. noyjgjtf O. W. PARKER. Teacher and Conductor of VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Residence, No. 66 Spring St. PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED. All orders led at the above rooms, or at Brodrlck's Book store, will receive prompt at tention. aug;iOlf H. J. STEVENSON, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, U. S- Deputy Land and Mineral Surveyor. Surveys of all kinds in the city or at a dis tance. Maps made, Field notes and descrip tions furnished die. OFFICE—NO. 36 MAIN STREET, Los Anuuj.km, Cal,. oatflMf Wm. Mooitß. M. Kklleukk, MOORE & KELLEHER, CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS AND DBAUGHI'SMEN. OFFICE—In Wolfskill Building, New High sheet. dliMne I. J. WJ(9TOIt> ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER AND DRAUGHTSMAN, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Boom 61, Temptc Block,"Third Story, Lo* Angides, Cal ifornia, myietf—,) VfcTERiNARi SURGEON. OSCAR C. BALDY, V. S., TREATS ALL diseases of the horse. Can be tound uicorner Fourth and Fort streets. Los Ange les, Cal. au2 tf—2 T. O. SWIOART. JOS. H (JIIKK, IK. SWIGART & HUBER, UKALKIW IN STOVES, xim, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON - WARE AND CROCKEUYWAUE, OLA SB, Hardware and Willow-ware, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS PLUMBING AND CAS FITTING Dtaic to Order. Sign of the Big Red Coffee-Pot. NO. 110 MAIN ST., : LO* ANGELES. jun2ltf-5 LUMBER-YARDS. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES — AT — Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s LUMBER YARDS - A N I) - PLANING MILLS, No. 16 I'omiuerr.ial Mtreet, uear Kail road Depot. inrtO-tf—a J. G. JACKSON Keeps all kinds of LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS Posts, Shakes, Plaster Paris, CEMENT v ii«l HAIR. Corner of Alameda and First streets. LOS INuULKB, CAL. W. W. ROBINSON, AGENT. Holman's team ready in yard to deliver or ders. Hep3tf GRIFFITH, LYNCHITca LUMBER DEALERS, CORNER OF Alameda iintl Finst Sts., DEALERS IN Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft. Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " " Flooring at - v£ 42 50 " " " They constantly keep on hand IX MORS, WIN DOWS, BLINDS, POSTS, SHInULES, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC ap2B-U—6 GABE) 'S Semi-Tropical Nurseries.' Located on San Penro street, two miles south of City Hall. Tbe largest stock of Northern nnd Senii- Troplcal Fruit Trees In the State. 40 Varieties ofCltrous Trees. Call and examine my stock. Priced Cata logue sent free. Address P. O. Box 528, lx>s Angeles. Cal. THOS. A. UAREY. dec 13 am She Would: but She Didn't. Many of our people have from day to day seen, probably without notic ing, a mild old gentleman who has a stand on State street, near one of our principal hotels, and every afternoon gets into his customers' chair and ap pears to go quietly to sleep behind his spectacles. Of late his afternoon naps have not appeared to be as comfortable as formerly, and it was noticed that the quiet old gentleman's usual well fed appearance had gone back on him somewhat; and if he had been some fifty or more years younger, his pater nal parent would have administered a copious dose of vermifuge. But it wasn't worms! Qh, no—he was too old for that; but time somehow had leaped back-on the old gentleman—it was love that ailed him! From the labor of polishing acres of leather, from cow - hide to calf-skin, our old friend had saved some $650 in coin, which he had snugly stowed away in a stocking. His fair enamorata lives in t his city, and is a dealer in hair. The petite charmer had safe possession of ihe mild old gentleman's heart; but he had not hers. That was a money consideration, aud to get it, together with the hand and body, he emptied into the fair dame's lap his stocking of gold, They were married; but the lady was not all his fancy painted her and married life between them was not what it ought to be. They were married on Friday, and we are told that they had a lively time yesterday, even before the honeymoon had com menced. The result is that the hith erto quiet old gentleman, finding himself without his money and to all intents and purposes without a wife, has "ri/, his dander." He isn't quiet on the matter, and wants his money back. The woman, on the other hand, says she has received no money, and wants nothing to do with him. And thus the matter stands; and as it is it should be a warning to all mild old gentlemen not to put their faith in women who \ ill fire Cupid's darts with one eye and wink at Mammon wit h the other.— Santa Barbara Press. A Strange Story. In her last letter from Paris, Mrs, Lucy Hooper relates the following story: One of the strangest and most horri ble of sensational incidents took place the other day at Putneax. A party of children who were playing In the en virons discovered float'ng in the air and partly entangled amid tlie limbs of a tree, a white parcel upborne by .some twenty or thirty little red toy balloons, which were attached to it. The attention of the police being called to this singular object, it was brought down and the package opened, which proved to contain the corpse of a new-born infant. Investi gation into the matter brought out these facts: The child was that of a toy-maker anil his wife. Just after the confine ment ol the latter, the husband had died suddenly, and all the household goods and chattels had been seized for rent. The unhanpy woman was driven mad by this accumulation of misfortuues. She killed her infant and then went aud threw herself into the river, leaving behind her a written paper in which she declared her in tention of committing suicide and she had "gotten her baby all ready to go up to heaven." A sadder tale with a stranger termination would be hard to find. The toy balloons evidently had formed part of the dead husband's stock in trade. Origin of Eminent Men. John Smith was the son of his father. He formerly resided in New York and other places, but he has DOOved to San Francisco now. William Smith was the son of his mother. This party's grandmother is deceased. She was a brick. John Brosvn was the son of old Brown. The body of the latter lies moldering in the grave. Henry Jones was the son of a sea cook. William Jones was the son of a gun. John Jones was a Son of Temper ance. In early life Gabriel Jones was ac tually a shoemaker. He is a shoe maker yet. Previous to the age of eighty-five, Caleb Jones had never given any evi dence of extraordinary ability. He lias never given any since. Patrick Murphy is said to have been of Irish extraction. James Patterson was a son of a common weaver, who was so miracu lously poor that his friends were en couraged to believe that in case the Scriptures were strictly carried out, he would "inherit the earth." He never got his property. John Davis' father was a soap-boiler and not a very good soap-boiler. John never arrived at maturity —died just before being born, he and his mother. John Johnson was a blacksmith. He died. It was published in the paper," with a head over it, " Deaths." It was, therefore, thought he died to gain notoriety. He has an aunt living somewhere. Up to the age of thirty-four Hosea Wilkerson never had any home but "Home, Sweet Home," and even when he had that he had to sing it himself. At one time it was believed thut lie would have been famous if he had become celebrated. He died. Andy Wouldn't Pardon Him. While he was President a pardon case was brought to him by an East Tennessee lawyer, his neighbor and friend. The case was one of unusual hardship, involving the remission of a wrongful fine. The lawyer had got it through the Department of Justice, and carried it direct to the President, in order to secure his client against imposition and extortion, as the docu ment should be returned through its ciroumlocultous official channels. Johnson had the pen in his hand and was about to sign. "Bob," says he, "nobody is going to make anything out of this, is there?" "Not a cent, except my fee of $200." Johnson im mediately tore up the pardon and threw it into his waste basket. "By Q—," says be, "If your man's able to fee a lawyer,-he's able to pay his fine to tlie Government!"—Courier-Jour nal. LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES DIVISION SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. AND STEAMERS. IMPORTANT CHANCES. On und after THURSDAY, January 14th, 1875, and until further notice, trains will run every day as follows: LEAVES LOS ANGELES: FOR AKRIVE. Anaheim 9:30 a. m. iloo a.m. Wilmington 10:15 " 11:30 " Spadra 2:15 p. m. 4:30 p. m. Wilmington 3:16 " 6:00 " San Fernando 8:30 " 9.30 " TOWARD LOS ANGELES: LEAVE. ARRIVE. Sun Fernando 6:15 A.M. 7:15 a.m. Spudru 7:45 " 9:20 " Wilmington 7:45 " 9:00 " Anaheim 1:00 " 2:30 " Wilmington 1:00 " 2:15 " "ON STEAMER DAYS." Time of trains between Los Angeles and Wil mington will be varied so us to connect with steamer. Tho time of Fisher 4 Thatcher, 67 Main street, hus been adopted by this company. a|)23-tl-10 E. E. HEWITT. Supt. MOOAfL7ieSON~& PERKI NS» STEAMSHIP COMPANY. San Francisco and Los Angeles. THE STEAMSHIPS VENTURA, ORIZABA AND MOHONGO^ «latitat Nauta Barbnrn only, AND STEAMSHIP SENATOR. Calling at Santa Bai 1 .ra and Sun Luis Obispo, also ut San Buenaventuru and San Simeon for passengers only. SCHEDULE. ti si & ii Steam brs. s» i* H 3* h Seuator.. Feb 20 Feb 2*Feb 25 Feb-37 Mohongo " !3 " 25 " 27 Mar 1 Orizaba " 25 " 27 Mar 1 " 3 Ventura " 27 Mar 1 " 8 " 5 Senuior Mar 4 " 7 " 9 " 11 Orizaba " 8 " lo " 12 " 14 Mnhonicn " 13 " 15 " 17 " 19 Senator " 16 " 19 " 21 " 23 Oilzuba " 18 " 21 " 23 " 25 Mohongo " 24 " 26 •' 28 " 30 Senator " 27 " 80 Apl 1 Apl 8 orlzabu " 30 Apl 1 " 3 " 5 Mohongo Apl 5 " 7 " 9 " ll (senator " 7 " 10 " 12 - 14 Oriziibu " 10 " 12 " 141 " 16 Los Angeles and San Dieoo Ntenmers VENTURA, ORIZABA and MOHONGO Uo thronarh to Nan Diego, calling at Arahelna Landing. Leavo wan Pedro Feb. 25th, 27th, Mar. Ist, 10th, 15th, 21st and ?6th, Apl. fat,7th and 12th. THE STEAMER S E Jk. T O 1* GOES TO ANAHEIM LANDING ONLY. SAN LUIS, BAN SIMEON, SANTA CRUZ, MONTEREY and SAN FRANCISCO. THE CONSTANT!NE Leaves Santa Barbara March 13 and 24, April 4, for above named ports. San ft'rnuclNCo, Nan Diego, and Way Ports. Steamers KALORAMAA and GIPSY, Cnrryng combustibles and other freight, will leave Sun Fruncisoo about every ten days. VICTORIA, H. C. Steamers leave .Sun,Frauciseo on Ihesth,l3th 20th and27lhof< very month,except when those dates fall on Sunday, then on the day follow ing. Plans of Steamers' Cubins at Agent's office. For Passuge or Freight apply to H. sfcLfiliLAN, Ag't. for Los Angeles Co. Office, 61 Main street, opposite head of Com mercial. iunB CHAN C EofTIMS! Through by Daylight to San Bernardino. STAGES via CHINo, RIN- CON and RIVERSIDE, car- <£S£3jaßt rying the United States mails 1 express, leaves SPADRA every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY at BA. M. The entire trip is made by daylight, thus afford ing tourists and travelers an opportunity o passing oyer .some of the finest portions o • Southern California. The route passes through the beautiful col ony of Riverside aud tho famous Chi no ranch. Tickets should be purchased nnd seats se cured of Ihe agent. In Los Angeles. H W. ROBINSON, Supt. STAGE OFFICE—No. 15 Main street. J. L. WARD, Agent. decls tf LIQUORS, ETC. FASHION SALOON. «i Downey Block, Main Nt. WOLF &c GATES, l^roprietsrt*. The Choicest Ales, Beer, Wines, AND Hi<nmi-s of*all liiiitlN. Hot Lunch Served Every Day and Evening. ALL THE LATE PAPERS On file for tho use of guests. Club and Read ing Rooms, warmed and well ventilated. It is the intention of the Proprietors to so conduct the house as to proservo the good name It has already earned. sep!Btf PALACE SALOON. r» MAIN ST., Temple Mlock, 1.08 Anoeles, Cal. A fine stock of Wines* Liquors and Cigars kept constantly on hand, and Liquors bottled expressly lor family use. Also J L. WILLIAMS, oct9tf Proprietor. Delrnonico Restaurant, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM MERCIAL. I.OS Angeles, California. OPEN ut ALL HOURS. mw Th i choicest delicacies of the Best Mar kets always on the Bill o' Fare. Elegant DINNERS AND LUNCHES at a moment's notice. JAS. MUNROE A CO., no2-tr—Bj Proprietors. No. 33. NEW HOUSE, Corner Aliso and Alameda Streets. SIMON LEVY Has opened at the above place, an extensive stock of Provisions, Groceries, Wines and Liquors. 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 COUNTRY PRODUCTIONS, HIDES, GRAIN AND WOOL. Makes advances on Consignments to all parts of the United Stase. Nos. 33, 3-JL Ac 35, street, Los Angeles, Cal. d 2 2 WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE V. S. HOTEL DEALERS lIN l'aiiits, Oils, "V»ruislies, Brushes., iriad Olfiss. Looking-glass Plates. Walnut. Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGKNTS FOR THK California Chemical Paint Company. LIB I'iILVL IWDU<!EMENTS OFFERED TO myoSm IS PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. BANKING HOUSES. THE J3^L?M*. VV-At. WOKKMAN. K. P. K. TIMFI.K TEMPLE & WORKMAN. li AJXHlgltfe*. TEMPLE HLOCK, LOH ANOEI.I'.h. Receive Deposit*, issue their Certificates nnC transact a UKNKKAL RANHINO HI'MIAkMfe. DRAW ON THE 10NO0N AND SAN IRANCISCD 8.-NX ILIMITEO], AT SAN FRANCISCO Exchangi' lot sate on New York, I I jonlairn, London, Iterlin nnd farit*. ifriinlilLrt. Legal Tenders, Htillion, Uold Dust and Gov ernment, State, County aud City Bonds bought and Sold. Receive valuables tor mle kecp nc. -10 LOS ANGELES COUNTY SAVINGS BANK MAIN STREET, LoS At!»-elei». Cul. CAPITAL STOCK, :::::: $300,0(h» I'KKSIOKNT J. S. SLAT'S! IN Vll'K-PKICHIOKNT J. M. GRIFFITH DIRECTORS.: J. 8. SLAUB6N, J. M. Griffith V. A. HOOVER, ROBERT B. HAKKtt, J. BIXBY, H. 15. TICIIENOU, GEORG X s. DODGE. Open for business f.om lo a. v. till 3 p. m., vi.d Saturday evenings from Hto 8 o'clock. Deposits received Inuny ainounU. Money to loan on real estate in auiounlK and for iengfh of time desired. .JlylMf—s FORWARDING & COMMISSION. Forwarding & Commission MERCHAIN TH, HAVE FOR SALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest Imported Brands. IMIMS. Oil J*. lIOORN AND NASH ICS, BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 14 and 16 Los Angeles and Commercial St LOB ANGELES. noJltl—« J. L. WARD, Commission Merchant. AGENT, /ETNA INSURANCE CO.; UNION INSURANCE CO. (Kire and Murine). No. 3« Main Street. CALIFORNIA NURSERY, COKNEK OP Vejar and San Pedro Streets, A fine variety of Fruit Trees, Including Cherry and Plum, whioh are warranted to grow and bear abundantly every year. PEDRO M. VEJAR. JanM-flm ladies: haib dressing ESTABLISHMENT. CAROLINE C. BURTON. lADTES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL J styles. Brulds, Curls and Waterfalls made at the shortest notice. Tungled lialr straightened and made into any shape. Per urnee ofthe finest quality on hand and for sale. No. 9 Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. NUMBER 120. MISCELLANEOUS. FURNJTURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, . (Successors to Dotter & Lord;, Have now the Largest Stock ever brought here. Have Just received a large lot directly from the East, and cordially invite the 4>ub ie to examine their goods and price same. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Ktc. Ktc. Ktc,. Laeey, (With Dotter & Bradley), s still soiling everything In above lines at Reduced Prices, and guarantees Work and Goods. Sewing Machines. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Are mill Agent* for the GKROVKR Sc HAKKR ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, Aud would beg leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR New »in*i IJistlnot and Important Improvements have been added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 80 LOS ANGELES. Jly 1 Sign of the Big Red Chair. tflO WOOLEN M|LL STOREI PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER, Los Angeles Street, near Commercial, miii- made to order fbr Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars. A tine stock of Imported and domestic Blankets and Flannels Constantly on hand. Also, a tine .took ot CLOTHS, CASS I ME RES, VESTINCS, FLANWfeLS, BLANKETS, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac, Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture, kept in Mock, and made up ln th* best style of tbe tailoring art. PFEIFFTSNDERGTCR * SHAUER. sepi-tf Well-Djg^rr^ XAM PRKI' «Ul DTOl>OWKljl>ni()|rjHl«o In the moo satisfactory manner and on the shortest nirfiee. Water guaranteed for Wilcox Ll leu iifaH diiupmno**, _ j,, .-^, " REFERENCES. Hy permission, I refer to. Mr. Ixmgsfreet, \* Mr. Ledyard, Mr. Heaton and Dr. Whtetler . HAMTLTON, Jan H-U At Swlgart A Hubere, Main St.