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B. J. C. Kewen,
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OFFICE -Nes. 10 ami 11, BTKELITZ
mUILDI.NO, Sprlug slreet.
PMtRIE KEWRN will ooottpy the
saaae rooms, conducting a Keal Kalate
Agency, together with the bu*lneBs of
leaalug money and the collection of bills.
K. a. OIBBRSON, M. B. 1.. M'UUIRB, m. d,
Di si. Giberaan to McUuiro,
(Succauon to Dr. T. 9. Slanway,)
Office, Main Street, over Dotter 4 Brad
llesldeuce, BM Main street, at the foot
of Third oit-lm
OrT H. P. RICHARDSON,
k - li > eioian cvntl Curireou
li ...i ii c, Fori Hill, I Office, No. 10 Dow
■MM Visla street. I neyßlsck.upalalre.
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XV Residence Duwuey Aveuuo. E.-isl
Lee Angelas, near tlie end ot street rail
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from 1 lo
1 p. m. ap'io tr
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Angelee, Cat, ne >rly oppolite Court
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PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
depeudeut and French M. B. Socie
ties. Oeullstof the Frenoli Hospital In
Baa r'rauoisce. All chronic ob.unatw
eases and ep.ra'.lou* ou the eyes allund
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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
SMu rrnnciica Marltete.
Han Francisco, Jan 3.—Wheat
-Shipping, $firstname.lastname@example.org; milling,
$2 321@2,37i. Barley—Feed, $1.60
@1 67J; brewing, $email@example.com. Oals
-Feed, $1 75@l 95; milling, $2®
2- Corn— Large yellow and
white, fI.6SAI.eO; small, sound,
$1.75(3,1.80, Potatoes—sl(jf}l.Bo, all
Hlrk, x & Npear b»|>e lo eorue out
San Francisco, J.m. 3. — a
meeting of the oreditori of Hickox
At Spear was lied la-t evening.
Tlie proceedings were private, but
as a result; tbe llrm will publish in
to-morrow's newspupers v state
ment I hat, after a presentation of
their affairs to their creditors, they
feel warranted iv expressing the
belief that they will be enabled to
resume business next Monday.
They slate that they have been
treated with Ihe greatest kindness
by those having claims against
them aud express confidence that
they will come out of their troubles
fr'lsli iiu.l Uitiiie l.nw. lv rritH|itel.
San Francisco, Jan. 3.—The
Legislative Committee on Fish
anil Game met last evening in con
sultation with the Sportsmen's
Club and other interested parties
to discuss amendments to the Fish
aud Game laws. There was a
strong sentiment expressed in favor
of prohibiting tlio killing of elk
and antelope for a term of five
Weill or Bread,
San Francisco, Jan. 3.—A large
crowd of unemployed workman as
sembled this morning in front of
the Free Labor Exchange on
O'Farrell street. Kearney and
Wellook addrgawd them, advising
that they go in v body to tlie City
Hall and demand work or hread.
The crowd marched down In an or
derly manner and assembled ou
the plaza and stood front of Ihe
City Hall. Kearney, Wellock nnd
Hayward then waited upon the
Mayor as a committee. A confer
ence was hold und the committee
prnsontod their grievances, stating
that unemployed lahorera were suf
fering, in many cases, for the
necessaries of tile, ami asking that
Iho Mayor put them ut work
on street Improvements and
oilier labor. Tha Mayor explained
lo tliem that ho had no power to
set them to work or to put his
hand into tho Treasury to pay
them; he also cited the exhausted
ooudltion of til*street fund and the
want of money lo pay fur work ur
gently necessary. Ho stated that
every effort was being made to re
lieve those in want by the various
benevolent societies of the city,
and assured them of his de
sire and Intention to render
all individual assistance iv his
power. The Committee said mat
ters had come to a crisis; that the
unemployed mutt obtain work or
tako by force what they required
ami get a living out of the city in
jail. After considerable discussion,
without anything definite being
readied, at the request of the Com
mittee, (lie Mayor went outside,
mounted a wagon ami was intro
duced to tlie ciowd by Kearney
aud addressed Ihem briefly to the
Man effect as he hail spoken to the
Committee. Kearney then made a
few remarks, stating that they
knew now what they could expect
and there was nothing for them.
[Cries of "then we will take it,"
amid which tho crowd dispersed
without further demonstration.]
The (rwllt.tre or lieuuer A Ca,
New York, Jan. 3.—Stout & Co.
aud O'her creditors of Bonuer <fc Co.
have appiiod to Judge Van Hoesen
for an order directing Hus9»ll Bage
to turn over to Oriswold, Banner A
Co's Assignee, all the Chicago &
Northwestern, and other stocks hy
pothecated with him as dallaatgral
on loan*. It is uudersloi d that this
is a test cane aa there are nearly
twenly other similar ones. Deeis
Tlie llMlleelt I H..M Hi Allnaitit.
Atlanta, Jan. 3d.—ln the Bull
ock viSes to-day, the demurrrer to
the Indictment for cheating and
swindling was sustained aud the
order quashed. The demurrer to
indictment for embezzlement
was overruled. The trial will pro
Revenue lr..,iblre ll.hii Soiiili,
Washington, Jan. 3. — The
Commis-ioner of Internal Revenue
has received tho following letter:
| " U. H. Revenue.— Deputy Col-
■ f i;
T have no iloubi, will ' ax:U ■>
d a-sUieya. 'by a
. una > havfi « ■
I va<an ' try "f th« I.i llrj
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4. LB7B
era tojuslice and have the Jaws
NrerelMry '■ ikiuiikoi, Uouu Home.
Washington, Jan. 3.—Secretaiy
Thompson left for his Indiana
home to-day for a week's vacation,
lUT*aiiKi,iiui[ Ilea Mexican •Jar-Jet'
New York, Jan. B.—Conkllng'i
Committee of Invesi igation into
the Mexican border troubles Diet
to-day and heard the testimony of
A. Z.injaooiia, described by Conk*
ling as a distinguished lawyer an.l
member of the Mexican Senate.
Zaoiaoont, who is endeavoring to
secure the recognition of the Diaz
government by the United Stales,
told the story of the border troubles
from v Mexican point of view,
claiming that the 'lVxans hud
caused the outrages and were re
sponsible for a maj irily of the
crimes which have made life and
properly unsafe along the Rio
Uraiule. The Committee lias de
cided l hat it will not visit tht border
to prosecute Its investigation.
Au.Xber »«..•,,l„run K»w Brewing.
New York, Jan. 3.—The Senate
Sub-Committee, which has visited
south Carolina, will censure Guv.
Hampton an IM. C. Butler, and
deolare that the Legislature which
elected the latter was illegal.
A gpeeinl Pallea Force for Waablag.
Washington, Jan. 31.—Twenty I
residents of ihe north-eastern sec
tioned lie oily, have been com
missioned by tlie Board of Police as
special officers to perform practice
duly in this section for three
months. These gentlemen are
among the best citizens of Capital
Us.it House. UarrlabMrg, «•«., Burn.
Harrisuuro, Pa., Jau. 3 —The
(ialt House in this city, owned by
B. M, Greider & Co., was totally
destroyed by fire this morning; loss
$70,001); insurance $55,3fK).
W'lial gfsaelO Mag lina I,one, fur lus
Washington, Jan. 3.—The lato
public debt statement shows bonds
issued to the Pacific Railroad Com
panies as follows: Principal out
standing, $64,623,512; interest ac
crued and not yet paid, $193,870;
interest paid by the United states,
$35,957,620; interest paid by the
transpor alion of mails, etc.,
$9,006,189; balance of Interest paid
by the United Stales, $26,951,439.
laanserlil.il UuVerHor ef
Augusta, Me., Jan. 3.—Gover
nor Connor was inaugurated this
morning with the usual ceremo
nies. His inaugural address was
devoted almost exclusively lo local
and State matters. He deprecated
the passage of the Silver Bill.
a iiuhm the Ailaatie.
Boston, Jan. 3J.—A storm hat
night wrh quite severe with a
coast wind blowing hard from the
north which rendered navigation to
inward bound mariners extremely
hazardous. A number of wrecks are
Patters**,** sicaaam a Itoax.
Chicaoo, Jan. 3.—The Journal's
Washington tpeoial says that the
stories of Patterson's teriou* ill
ness are all bogus. Hit phyticltu
never regarded his condition crit
ical, and Patterson will be able to
tako his teat iv the Senate on tho
A Ileal DiaqmellUß stumor.
London, Jan. 3.—A most dis
quieting rumor prevails relative
loan armistice about to be con
cluded directly between Turkey
and Russia, and which the Porte
will submit to under the advice of
the English Prime Minister.
Mlaauallun uf Luuilun Tr»<l>.
London, Jan. 3d.—The Times
that money is in htte demand
for any pu, ~„ „ »,„| b ,„, Nai ,„
very scarce. Phe VX U « ma „„ ct , r .
tainly regarding ibe i'Hure
course of political affairs causes a
greater stagnation than ever in ull
branches of business.
Liverpool, Jan. S —Breudstuffs
steady, wheat lis 2d®lls 7,1 for
red winter; corn 2t. BJ for new
mixed Weeteru;29»®3oforold riou ;
2T@2Bs for Western.
Tiiratry 71 •aatlellue; win, tha
Athens, Jan. 3.—lntelligence
from Crete states that two Turkleh
envoys have had v conference with
tbe Christian chiefs, bul, beintr
*} I** 'ft '.ns vaii. r itl i. tuAt ell *)'
--tv '. v |h •,, | sxijt tucLi tr to make
multitudes that no man can num
ber an hour or Iwo iv advance of
Ihe hour of meeting, and "hold the
fort" against the sterner sex. Of
this persuasion was the middle
aged woman who occupied a con.
spicuous seat In Music Hall in
the afternoon, and while tlie
service was iv progress kept
busy with her knitting-work.
Neither song, sermon nor prayer
diverted her attention for a mo
ment from her knitting. Tlie mi •
lodious voice of Mr. .Sunkey on
tranced tlie audience, but she kept
at her knitting. Tlie pathos of Mr.
Moody's stories brought tears
to a thousand eyes —she
kept on knitting. Her in
duatrlOUl lingers flew nimbly
us if her salvation depended
upon finishing that mitten. Hut
Mr. Moody is charitable, and a
man who is good-natured enough
lo deliberately invite the ladies to
bring their babies with them, and
lo add that he will regard it as
sweet music if they cry, will not
object to knitting-work.
Bullister to the Workingmen.
I From the Sau Luis Obispo Tribune]
[tl the Alta of the 15th Inst., Col.
W. W. Hulli.HterofSiiitaßurliH.ru,
: sent great log to the YVorkingnien
of California, in a long, didactic ef
fusion, is diffusa and tlilu as air.
In perusing it, our mind uncon
sciously wandered and turned to
the answer of Joh to his "Comfort
ers,'' where, with such withering
sarcasm, he says:
No doubt but ye are tho people, and wis
dom shall die wi li you.
I have heard many such thing*; misera
ble Qi 'Ulfortci s are ye all.
hhall vein wurda'have end? or what t in
boldeuetli lljeo th it tliuu answeicslV
I aloocould hp ak asyo dv; if your goal
were in my sour* scad. I could heap np
words ugainst you, aud shake my luad at
We do not propose to enter into
a lengthy cii'icism of this latest
produotion of tbe Colonel, but w ill
confine ourselves to one paiagraph,
and show from facts (hut he is in
capable of surrounding his subject
with all the conditions essential to
a fair discussion upon its merits.
"1 wißh you who complain now
could go back forty years aud see
what it was to make a living then.
"I can see th" children of the old
est farmers iv Ohio, going to their
rest, uot filled to repletion with the
dainties of the hotel table of to-day,
but with good, honest, corn-mush
and skimmed milk; working for
four bits a day, the best of them.
I see a harvester, not working eight
hours a day, but all day, from
rising to selling sun."
Our Mentor stops here, but we
wiii finish tho picture. We Sec
fifty cents in the currency of our
Fathers fi rty years ago, equivalent
in purchasing power to one dollar
ami flity cents to-day, We see
those same people able to purchase
the rich, virgin lands of the Great
West at one dollar and twenty-five
cents per acre, and every acre hav
ing all tlio elements essential lo
(ho making of first-class homes.
We see simplicity and equality ex
isting between the employer umi
employe, thut, unfortunately for
tho purity of tho nation, long
since disappeared in the rush
and glitter of political renown und
dishonestly acquired wealth. We
see the hired man a member of the
family, partaking of tho same fure
aud comforts that surround his
muster, benefiting by the Wisdom
of social converse around the
hearth-9tone during the long win
ter evenings, and sitting in the
same pew ut church on the Sabbath
day. We see him courting und
marrying tho daughter of Ins em
ployer, with his full, free content
We do nut sco a lot of laud sharks
gobbling up all the fairest und best
of God's green earth to hold until
honest toil around it by these sumo
poor men shall create v demand lor
it, ami give it a market value at
seveiai hundred per cent, more than
it has co-t these speculators. A
hundred dollars in those halcyon
duya, to which We call never leturn,
talk about it as much as we will,
would buy eighty ueros of hind,
equivalent lv productive quality to
the best ol Iho tons of thousands
owned by Col. Holiister. He knows
these to be facts.
Change the scene anil look at the
conditions In California. Col. Hoi
lister owns a hundred thousand
acres of land, more or less. Hint
has cost him au average of one dol
lar an acre.
Can the laboring man, working
for teu dollars a month, earn
enough, to buy eighty acres from
In in in oue year? No. How many
years would it luke ut such wuges
to buy teu acres of bis laud twelve
miles out of Santa Barbara.
■ i ul 3 11 lie «- i tow) narrrjoney.
Tha Uolwiet h»*ber*tof<iro Miked
; SliMy about bis looses lv farming,
-a «a»,.«rv..lS* w .» „m, -. .. .
•.ANDYTOY3 far CHftISTRIAS'
W. H. NORTHCRAFT,
(Successor to Georgre EmeHon, formerly
the House uf Jones «fc Kuiersou j
AUCTION Ac COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Spring and Market Hts.
Regular Hale day, SATURDAY at 11 a
m. utl Kut.ue, M»*rehandJsi*, furniture,
liive StOOk, v'ngous, etc., sold under the
ban rut r and tbe sales conducted mi the
t>e t business urinelL-ies. ««ri.ONHIGN
MEN'JS -OUCITKD. DAltf
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOU I HERN CALIFORNIA.
m "w. woyes
Has opened out. at No. 1 MARKKT ST.,
opiio.iiio ihe Court Ueuse, and will be
iMeaseU lo nerve bis o d fn -nds and the
public. Hrtrtieuiur ittieution paid to Keal
ttsiatu 'tegular salo duys for
Horses aud rolling st ick,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners aud do my own
woric, L in.end t.i mm* my aneryU les«
tli in in <se oi ma b 'dy else la tbe busi
ness . chafing on real estate two per
-c i. for tlie lira $iueO and unt per i ejftu
on all surus übovt* t.iat .iiii'iuut.
Will i.uy FUltNIi UKK, UOMKM,
WAGONS and all kluds of property, aad
p iy i-a-n.
N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
A. >t. mid cioso at 4 P Ke
lt, W. NOYEs,
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
EIGHTY THOUBAND AP
I am prepare I *o sell, at
pdiy low flgurea, elgbty thousand apple
iree*, of the most approved varieties.
Those who pr>p »se to sat out orch trds
would do well to call and examine ray
sto*k. lam aUo prepared to sell fhJAK
aud other orchard trees, on favorable
term*. My oofeot lv tacriuolng
trees is to retire from the nursery busi
G. D. COMPTON,
COMPTON, Los Augeles Co,, Cal.
J. a. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, BHINGLEH, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS. CEMENT AND
J. M, WIFFITH S. CI,
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Ce.'s
—Ah n —
Ho. 10 C'oiumarolal eereet, near
Unit road Depot. mr2n-tr—
Garcia & Arzaca,
'2i New Commercial St.,
Tin Smiths and General
TIN ROOFING, I, Wtl>, HONEY AND
FKUITCVNHu soeclalty. tlas lilting
al.il pltilnbing lv ail lis brunches.
(VJonBINU promptly attended to.
d 4 lm
Slit ABTLEY COOPER'S
VITA L RESTORATIVE !
The great English remedy for Nervour.
Debility, Mpermatorrhea and rrcmature
Decllu-' of t'hyslcal Force.
Tho Vital Rostoratlva
Will positively cure, thomngbiy und
■>»■•■■* aM&VU II J ,— — v -*t MHtt tVfl 'Wl>
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long standing, und in either
sex, no matter from wnat csuse pro>
' <AOtC> * ' . LX !
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH.
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
ltooms 13 and 14. MoDanald Block,
Mala St., Mis ANUKI.Kh.i'oi.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL engineer and surveyor.
Room 41 Temple Block. sl«tf
Wm. 11. J. 15HOOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS OF TlTLE,lncluding every
trnnsactiun from tha earl:eat dates to thf
preaent time, made with aoouraey und
aWALLEN'S BUIDINO, corner Spring
aad Temple streets.
Junius C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OFPICB-Temple Block (part of old Bank
Commissioner of needs for the State ef
Indiana. v* lm
I have removed my office to
No. 10, MO ITS BUILDING,
Adjoining tbe new Postofflce.
T. I>. MOTT.
K. S. BICKMKXI.. T. B rAKQUHAR.
BICKNELL & FARQUH AR.Prps.
Adjoining tbe Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving or de
parting from Loa Angeles. Street cars to
»nl parts of tha city. Kverythlng new
and clean Board by the day or week at
reasonable rates. u'l4tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANQBLEB, CAL.,
8. W. CRAIOUE & CO..
Tlio St. Charles li located In tbe bait*
lies* centre of ttie «II y,so J Ifl the I n '-
Mlt elegant aad eonaptetely organised
Hotel lv aouthora California.
Froe ooaub, to tbe bouse.
J. A. CORBON, Manager.
Bar-Western Union Telegraph la Hotel
Mojavo J uuetion, Cal.
rpun HOUSE 18 NOW PEPARBB <M
X la receive IU aameroua patreasJgpL
and the traveling ■ nolle in general. BT
lag entnviy new and splendidly lur
ulahed, it affords superior neoominoda
ITS TABLE D' HOI X
la second to none In Southern California
THE BAR is supplied with the eholeeet
brands of wluea. liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here far brenkfaat ani
supper, it is the aeintef departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, els.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro (Jordo and i 'an
amlat. Tlioodloeof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this betel, The patronage of ■
traveling publlo 1. respectful ly solicited.
MATTHEW* * BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IN THE on Y.
Dos falrnnk Hotel & Corral <
3p ,- ,;i3 St. Sultry Market, '
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
So. 12 TKMPLE Block, Spring street,
Loa Angelee. He has the LARGKST
EST AN!) ÜBHT S'OCKKD TAIL R
INO BMTABLIHH MF.NT In Southern
Celi'ornia. Hie aid euetomera and ths
publlo will and it the plaoa lo get HL'HI
STYLUS and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET i SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. H*fers I* Uie pi in
oipal KonUemea of tho city, lor whom he
has uaiia oivtalng.
«TN« neceasjiy to senti to San Pran
ciaco for |MM attlac auita. »lec3o-tt'
Wlieu you wish to laare olotboi made
to order aad a good St, call on
J. BEUNSrJCIK. NEW YORK TAILOR,
No. US MAIN ST.,
Between First >tnd Marke', Los Ancelei,
and you will cc sure to get a good tit. at
orleas im »Mtt. -l» Iff
FARMERS' dt MERCHANTS'
Of Loa Angeles.
CAPITAL 600,000 O0
iaAIAS W. HBLLMAN President
BOABD OF DIRECTORS.
Isaias W. H hi.lv an, Bveivi Mbybr,
O. W I'lllM. L. C. UOODWIK,
Chaki.vs DwcaatH uk, Josa Mabcarez.,
J..bs ». Oairrtn. C. K. Thorn.
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURQ.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Buy anal (Sail
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will ul*o pay the highest price fur Gold
ami Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
lotas Term Deposits, interest will be al
Of Loe Angelee.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. 8. PATRICK Preeident
K. F. SPICNOF. Oeihlft'
M.S. Patrick, M. v Hon.
A. A. WILCeX, U. UABVBT.
H. M. JaQnaroM. I. LAisKKaamiM,
O. 8. WrruKkßY, Jno. a. Capros,
J. E. 11oli. s.n beck, I . F. Spruce.
Thla Bank la prepared lo reeelve de
poslta an epeu aoeount, ls.ue Oerllflcatee
of Tlopuelt, and transact a aeneral Bank.
Collections maiH aud proceeds rem Itted
at cut rent iMeaoi fxahantre.
LIS ANSELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Atigelea Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. ». at.AUBOar President
K. H. BAKMft. - Tloe-Preaideri
J.JU. ELLIOTT...- Caahlei
J. B. BfiA trariN, r. Bbjuibbt.
V. A. Rouvkk, i ■ af.ar a. Baerr
J. IiIJCRY, ./.... W. PRRecorr
A. W. B.ia'mam.
K."-elve Savings B.nß deposlta.
Luy and cell eacii M i.go on Ban rraaeiaeo
New Yerk, l.undoa, Parti, Berlin aad
Fran h fart.
M a son lo Motios.
\y«'tkH Lodae are held oa Km
'nt MO!fl>A V tfiub But, M i
pha, Ne. 202, and ill Waaler Maaeae la i
coed standing an eorllally lne'taU.
By order or the W:> Jgi-
Chajh. BatiTa. Secretarr.
a PajTAiPMA tx»Mg4, ue. ;; J
JOg, F. A. *M. The elated m—t ,
/%..aT\ logs of .Ins ueoaa are held aa ■
the TB!».D MOIJDAY of aaS
month, at 7 p.m. I
Byorderofthe W.- *»•-
Lis Angeles Chatter f
t Stated co
W. H. A?'
Los Angela! Canned N,
Salad Mmiou, l
■aide ita allied aaaeai ..
dand-y af each month
*t!JO p-« Sojournlni
aood .ten dint ar /rate
attend. By order.
ft. ». CUNNIMQE
Holds ita stated caaei
lam In atxeonie rial
THURSDAY of ea h mo
P. a. Sojournm< Kn't
good standing are cerdb.
tend. By order of the
J. C. Littlbpieiu.. Be rd«r
I. o. o.
aaWMaa rgf*"" *'
• t Odd Fel <,«»' iisji,
Visiting and aojo .mine ' ■ i A
standlug are invitee ta
A. M. Lawrence, Kee.
Saldeu Bale Lodge ti
gREJBjBja, Kegular Biaallag haul
jßrMj&i i ""i ri v e>
SBfIPBS week v 1 , t.
are cordially lnv ted f
Loa Angelee Lodge M
aalaaaaaaL-Sffolar * nUag «»"
standing are cordially lb tag.
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A. Fbamk, K. 8.
Drgntg Grove Enosmami
RBHU i^*T t " >
7K P. M. 8
arena In good .tending a
ted to attend.
0 * J.fT'i? ti Ta 5
B. Miltzsut, Scribe.
rueete every Tnu
7 e'elook, at L
Downey Block. All so
in goad atandlng are ac
J. 8. Ta», K. afaVS,
C*nfirier.ee Engine Ci
/hflja thla Com pan
yMkaVa. on the Orst
nlng of eac
ajfl Bk o'clock. By
W. 8. MO( ,tar,. •%
C. F. HKINZBM * OC, |
Bueceeeors to J. B. BAI llua GC
LOS ANOg j
The CHOICEST TOH
PURKBT LaUtiS and
aines o: all kinds, ear I
tuliy compounded day a .. ■'*t*4
Bas been removed fra
Cardona Black, 1
Opposite the Man.
TRENCH AND OIHTH KOIIUIOS
PATENT MKi'lC NES.
ALL miLEITii ARTICLES.
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