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O'Melveny & Traiitu,ii,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS*
AT LAW. ROOBII7 and 8. Btrellt*
Block,Bprlnguireet. Los Angeles. Will
give exclusive attention lo all business
entrusted to them. JaSlf
V. E. HOWARD. K. H. HOWARD.
Howard, Brosseau A Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. U ionis, W, »7 and 6S Tem
pi* Block, third tloor, Los Angola.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
CIOLLEOTION DEPARTMENT, O. A.
) Deblnsou, Manager.
OFFICE —11 otus 8 and X Ilewnoy
a. r. houuki.i.. bodbby Hudson,
HUBBKLL «R HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.Uooms 3 ami 1
Ducemmun a Block, corner Main ***
w'oauuaerclal streets. Les Augeles. may7-lf
... stLAngßix, «• neUTer,
A S. umTNAN, H. «. SMITH
6LASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
OFFICE—TBMPIJC BLOCK up-Main, la>s
Aagelea. California. ooJ-tf— l
A. O. BAKER,
ATTORNEY - AT - JL, A.W,
ROOM 60, TEMPS BLOCK,
Loa ANUBLEB, CAL. JyUll
trsriis m. wuirs. 1. p. uicknki.i..
Bickucll & White,
AI'TORNEYi* Jkt.l LAW.
OFFICE —Ream M, Temple Rioek.
B. J. C. Kowen,
ATXORNai ¥ js. t i, .a vv.
ttKFICK — Nee. lv nnJ 11, BTRXLITZ
BUILDING, Bpriug street.
PitRRIK KEWEN will occupy Ilia
sasne rooms, oouducllug a Real Estate
Agency, legal her with the business or
laaalag moaey and the collection of bills.
Dr. L. B. Joseph,
IMiyaaioiiiu null S»iu rayCOB
JaSlf 81 SPRINU ST., Los Angelas.
m. c. • ntanta*:*, si. a. i.. u'ouikk, at. n,
Drs. Uiberseu & Mctiuuo,
(siuccessors lo Dr. T. 8. Stan way,)
Olhce, Main af reet,over Doner Brad
ley's Furniture Store.
Reeideai.-c, 201 Mala street, al Hi* loot
of Third. eM-lm
Dr. N. t*. RICHARDSON,
y*lAyaiiola.B bbil ?»iii-jf<»<)ii
Residence, Kort HUI, i OMce.No. llDo*.
Bueaa vleta street. I neyßlock,upstairs.
J. HANNON, B. D.,
COUNTY F-ll A JsT.
■ JOOMBUand la, CARDONA BLOCK.
X\ Residence Downey Avenue. East
Loa Aageles, near the cad ef street rail*
• mte hears from 10 le 12 A. at.; from 1 te
1 p. apron
K. D, WISE, B. D.
OFFICE IN CARDON A BLOCK, LOS
Angeles, Cel., nesrly opposite Couri
Bouse. fMTDiaiCAeaa er fkmalkh a
S"neti L r y. aula
J. Bechtiaser, B. D.,
PKYBICIAN TO 111 ITALIAN Of.
dependent aad Freaob M. B. oeoie
uea. Oeulistof the French Hospital in
saa Fraaelaeo. All ehroulo obstinate
cases aad opsratleas eu the eyes attend
OFFICB — No, 701 sUerauaeato strael,
corner oi Kearny. Raaideaoe—Sß. cor*
tier Maaon aad Paeiieelreets, haa Frau
elaeo. oct ly
Uus runasved ts> tlis now and spsulous
rttsmis, Nas. * and I*' Cardans Black,
%i alula "treat, (foraierlj acsuplsd by Dr.
ralnasrj where be will be happy loses
bis rrlOßtls aad former patroas. mi
OUR OLD FRIfcND,
TUB POBT AND WATCHMAKER,
Has returned Irem the East with a
IBS lot Of
•ar Me It* iv tho Muslo (tare of J. D.
Petilck. !« fcPKINU BTREET. ullll
RECOMMEND TO FAMILIES
r»ri . . -.let I'-ecouiemors ';e
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
I'ttNaensrers Uolutr Nutilli.
Mojave, Jan. 15.— T A Carey,
Mrs B Colin, Chas Jonas, J A
Hooper and wife, Wm O'Brien, A
Hyiusii, A J Donnelly, J H M
Blanchard, B L Carpenter, Terry
Bright, O W Armstrong, 01 ibsou
McCliug, T .1 Christy, Charles
Los Anuei.es, Jan. 15, 111 M. —
j Seems to be raising quite general.
Coming down in torrents at Stock
ton, San Luis Obispo and Lathrop.
Telegraph lines working pretty
Klurui ni Nhulii Barunrn Wlmrvee
Santa Baruara, Jan. 15.—Dur
ing the storm of last night the old
abandoned wharf, to the west of
Stearns's new wharf, was carried
away aixi (lashed with such force
ugaiust the latter as to sweep away
a section at the surf end, about two
hundred feet long, throwing it upon
the beach. The rottou condition of
the wharf, and not the storm itself,
was the cause of the disaster.
It is feared that the Senator,
due to-night, will not be able
to land passengers or freight. The
rain re-commenced last night, aud,
at seven o'clock this morning had
fallen one-quarter of an iuch.
From then until the present hour
the rainfall has beeu heavy aud
steady, and the indications are of a
long continued storm. Up to this
morning at seven o'clock, the fall
for tho season was seven Inches.
Weather prophets predict ft fall of
fifteen inches for the season.
U .111 Ht Vl.Oil
Visalia, Jan. 15—Rain has been
falling steadily since s a. M.j wind
southeast; prospects favorable.
Vcutiirn Wlmrf Avails Hi.'.i..<i
San Buenaventura, Jan. 15.—
About (i o'clock last evening heavy
swells from the southward com
menced rolling in, striking the
wharf with fearful fone, and at
times rolling clear over it. The
wharf stood until about 9 o'clock
when the the oltl part, which is the
outer and,began to give way, and in
the course of an hour, some3oo feet
had washed away, some of the piles
breaking oil' and others tear
ing loos* at tbe bottom.
Where the wharf now
terminates, there is about sixteen
feet of water—abundance to float
the coast ateamera, but the beach
is so uear that Ihey probably will
not laud, as, in case of a hawser
parting, the ship would be ashore
almost In a moment. This is the
third time the wharf has been car
ried away within a year, and great
sympathy is felt for Captain Slid
ilen, the enterprising owner. The
wharf at Hueneme, twelve miles
south, stood the sea without in
Tha rain which commenced on
Sunday night still continues, with
a fresh Southea.lt wind, indicating
a continuance. About one and a
quarter inches hava fallen within
thirty-six hours. There will not be
an acre of arable land left untilled
in this county this year and the ex
port of grain will be something
ouornious. Already there is a de
mand for moro plow-horses than
can be furnished, and teeding will
go on from now until tbe last of
Ttte t'm i»tit!eriw fku.i .H ..wr..'.. i.i«mi|-
IMB WtmrvpN sjeite,
Santa BABBABA, Jan. 15.—1 p.
M. —It Is still raining with no signs
of a bat lag. Tbree till nil rod feet of
tlio 81111 Buenaventura wharf have
beon curried away. Tlia Oarpinto
ria wharf whioli is twelve to fifteen
miles east of Santa Barbara, aud
the wharf at Moore's landing, about
seven miles to the west, were both
carried uwny by tlio storm of last
l,nltMi li-uiii Httu Uiieiiitveiitiirit.
San Buhnavkniuka, Jau. 15.—
It lias rained bard nearly all the
forenoon, with an increasing gale
from the southeast. The sea is
still running very high, though
tilers has been no wiud hereabout
to account for it. Unless the sea
goes down mote of tho wharf will
probably be swept away, as the
swells ate striking it heavily from
underneath aud lifting the string
pieces. We hoar news that tho
Santa Barbara wharf is also gone.
Bnlii ut Nun Itlt'ifo.
San Diuao, Jan. 15.—1t com
menced raining about ten o'clock
last night and rained gently nearly
all nigbt. It has been showering
all day. The rain lull for this storm
is 51-100 the of an inch. Indications
are good for more rain.
The Honest Farmer and the Soli
Aii honest farmer, who had served
in tiie Legislature, had carefully
tended a young and heautiful palm
tree, Uy which ho set much store;
henoe, when he saw a solitary
horseman approach and prepare to
fasten his courier to his beloved
tree, he rushed forth and exclaimed
earnestly, " Horseman, spare that
treel 'Tis not a hitch inn post."
But the horseman replied severely,
"It is well kuown that you have a
hitehiug palm," and proceeded to
attach his steed to the tree. Struck
with the justice of this remark,
the honest farmer at once tele
graphed to tbe Associated I'ross
that Sahib Tweed's evidence, so
far as it reluttd to him, was abso
Moral—A had name is stickier
... the Insurance Agent.
•xnco iiL'iMii happening
lieu, staked lilm if he
Ids life. "No," re
al monarch of the forest
resoundlug roar, "nor
uus saying lie tore the
oat) to pieces, and fed on
■'I i heuk and other more
I'bere is such s thing as
tnt out of seasou.
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUIiY itt, 1878.
A curious Case.
Some time ago a San JosC rucr
eliant visited a San Francisco busi
ness house and purchased an in
voice of goods amounting to nearly
$3,000, which was made payable lv
time installments for the nccommo
datlon of the customer. When the
first payment b»came due the San
Jos6 dealer came here ami paid it,
purchasing at the same time a sec
ond invoice of goods oa similar
terms to that on which tho Qr.n lot
was obtained. But when a second
payment became due it Was not
forthcoming, aud theS&u Francisco
house pressed the San Joee custom
er for the money. Afte" some
trouble tho matter was carried into
the District Court at San Jos6. The
San Francisco houso sued for the
amount of the debt, with IntelMt,
etc. The debtor demurred ou the
ground that the plaintiff's were not
a legally constituted firm, not hav
ing complied with the law relating
to the tiling of articles with the
County Clerk and the publication
of the true names of tiie linn iv a
daily newspaper, as the statute re
quires; that a lailuro to comply
with the law has deprived them of
any standing in Court. It is re
ported that the demurrer baa been
sustained. The constitutionality
of the law will probably be tested,
as it is understood that the case
will be carried up to the Supremo
Court on appeal. If it is true, as
stated, that very ;'jw newly-eitab-
Used Urine comply with tbe law iv
this respect, this may open up a
long eeiies of law suits.— S. F.
The Chinese Question in Co ngress.
It Is exceedingly gratifying to
peoplo of this State that our Con
gressional delegation iv Washing
ton have taken up the Chinese
question this session as though
they appreciated the iuapoitauee of
the case, and were determined that
uo eflorts should be spared to se
cure for California the itgislation
so long seught. Senator Sargent
has iutroduced the Shelley bill iv
the Seuate, providiug for a capita
tion tax upou Mongolian immigra
tion, and in the House, Representa
tive I/Uttrell has astonished even
his friends by introducing a wholly
! original bill providing against the
j employment of Chinese on vessels
j carrying the United States flag and
by contractors doing Ueverninent
work. This is the proper way to
take up the Chinese question.
Were the Pacific Coast members of
Congress even more united than
they are now upou it, the chauces
of early actlou by Congress would
be vastly improved and favorable
action would bo largely influenced
by the unanimity elisplayed by the
members from the part of the
country directly concerned.— San
Whon Judge Ueber, President
Lincoln's Secretary ef the Interior,
recently communicated to Presi
dent Hayes his belief, founded up
on ten years' experience with the
Pacific Ilailroad Companies and
with an intimate knowledge of
their management and the oppor
tunities they possess to evade their
honest obligations to this Govern
ment, that Congress should em
power the President ts apppoint a
Commission, who, under the Secre
tary of the Interior, shall pre
scribe rules and regulations for the
operation of the roads, "with power
to compel observance of the same,
or to take absolute possession of
the roads in case the companies re
bel," that gentleman might simply
have spoken for hlmsolf, hut it is
certain that he uttered the senti
ment of every liouest mau in tlie
country when he laid dowu the
principle that uou-compliauce with
contracts should meet with confis
cation of the Pacific roads.— San
Jost Met cury.
[Fables from "Out of tho World."]
The Precrastinaling Broker.
A procrastinating broker met a
rich but simple capitalist who was
going down to Wall street with a
bag of gold. "To-morrow," he
said to himself, "I will unload
some Pacific Mail on that suoozer.''
But, lo! when tbe morrow came, he
found that the capitalist bad gone
short on Union Pacific the night
before and lost his pile!
Moral —Never put off till to-mor
row the man you can do to-day.
Assemblyman Johnson, of the
Bacramaulo delegation, has intro
duced a bill providing for the re
peal of the Specific Coutract law.
Why waa the law ever passed in
the first place? It was a play di
rectly into the hands of the capi
talists. As this Is a reform session,
why should tbe Legislature not re
peal the odious law and give silver
coin the same standing in Califor
nia that it will toou have in tbe
East? We ask for information,
and trust in the absence of it the
Santa Clara delegation will vote
for the repeal of the law that
makes the go lei of the rich man
any better than the silver of tbe
poor.— San Jost Mercury.
KWONG HINC A CO.,
<3 11 1 TN M* IE f) rOKK.
Chlasae vi Japaßese eseeea n« Teys.
FKJaaM TEAS, ikMiul sad kaat la
tawa. aJIU ARS or tka hast araada.
SerTuata ail taaaala of all klaaa far
NEW CONFECTIONARY STORE,
wsbbb CAN BE OBTAINED
Aud a Ina aasertmeat of CANDIES
always on hand.
Tke beal COUGH STRUP yet latre
daeed to tke people of thla vleialty,
muds by the subscriber, can alae be ob
tained. esVNo. 61 HPRINU ST., next
door south ot New odd Fellows' Hull and
Fosioffiee, Los Aueeles, Cal.
dM-lan MRS. FRTE.
Lots for Sale!
>N TU X
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
oilers the east oppoxtauilsy tor dellehtlu 1
hameitoads of auy that has ever beea ol
fcred for sale to the public.
THK WriOLK TRACT I"! LKVKL,
OHlysiifticleiityiaollned furgood drainage
THE BOIL IS kiXCIOI.LKNT,
Aad ef aueh character that It never eakoa
und Is aalthar muddy In vrialwmordiMity
IT HAS A DITCH Or' WA.TKR RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
I'll MAIN STHUUT AND AUUIUUL
TBRAL PARK RAILROAD
Im eeuaplelad and ruuulng through tha en
tire land aad 1 aow operated eßeeesefully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o an
tug Into tbe Agricultural Oronuds.
A DEPOT Oif TUB Lots ANU EL KM AND
INDErttXDBNCE RAILROAD >»
LeOATBB ON TfiK aROUND*.
This la really the Wast End ol cur beau
tiful city, with the benelt of r RF.ft.i3,
FURK BRBF.ZES FROM TJaK OCEAN,
uueontaailnatad by gas or aower eSluvln.
A glance at tbe elegant naanaloas and
fashionable resideusew new e.eetad and
In coarae of ereetloa naustsatlafyauy par*
bOQ dealrlng a honae that thla la the Blaeej
I'Hli TERM* WILL BE MABK GABY
AND PRICES MOBBRATK.
MtPS WILL BE FOUND
At the oEace of the Farmers' 4 M
Also, at the oßlce of tbe Main Sire
aad Agt'leultural Turk Railroad.
O. W. CHI 1 .US and JOKN U. DOWNEY
will give spoelal attentloa to these aeela
tnr lafornoMoß. aeptiatf
IN LOTl# TO »UIT.
5000 Aoros of tho Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The best orange aad seml-tropleal fruit
land lv tho State; located lv tho heart of
the San Oabrlci valley, aud lv the midst
of tke oldest and largest vineyards aad
orange groves of Loa Angeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land from this Association reoelvoc
not only his land but also a proportion
ats share of an inexhaustible water sup
ply, the most complete lrrigatlen system
In tke State, which has cost the Associa
tion already over 540,900f0r ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water la irout of
every lot. Churches aud school kouses
oa the tracts. Ths 8. P. R. it. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards on these lands
and in tbe vlelulty test tkslr
capability for this culture. The title Is
perfect. Grant bargain and sale deeds
glvsn. Prices reduced to suit the limea.
A snap of tbe Tract may be seen at tke
ofloo of P. Reaudry, No. gl New Hl**,
street, opposite Pico House.
All eonasHunlcatiens addressed to tke
Secretary will receive preanat attention.
F. W. WOOD, aec'y.
nlKf Lea An-alec, Cal.
HORSES, BUGGIES AND CAR
RIAGES FOR SALE,
At CAMPBELL at WAKBLT'B Livery
Stable, 17 Allso street. Alao, a two-sealed
CABRIAUB for aale or trade for top
buggy or feed, dlt-lm
W. H. NORTHCRAFT,
(Successor toQftore:'* Emerson, formerly
the House of Jones A Ktuersou)
AUCTION A COMMI3BION MERCHANT,
Corner Spring and Marks:, bis.
Regular Kale day, SATURDAY at 1J a
M. Real Estate, Merchandise, Farulture,
Live .Stock, Wagons, etc., sold under the
buu-nier, and the sale., conducted on tho
best business principles. i;.'.ri uNsiiiN
MENTIS .SOLICITED. uL'Sti
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IS BOUI'HERX CALIFORNIA.
83. "W. NOYBS
Htt» oaeaad ontat No. 1 MARKET ST.,
apposite tba Court Maaaa, and will he
pleaaad to serve bia old friendt aad tke
public. Parlicßlar attaatlaa paid lo Real
estate sale*. Regular sale daya for
nurses aad rolling stuck,
WEDNESDA YS & SATURDAYS.
aYs I h.i»a ao partners and do my ova
work, I iatend ta aaake uay ekargea less
than tliasa of anybady else ia tba busi
ness, oharging on real cstutt two par
neat, far tha Brat SlOtt aad ona pen-eat.
on all suaa* abovs tbut Mnaouat.
Will buy FURNITURE. UORhEe,
WAOONJI aad all kinds of property, aad
N. B.—flatarday's sales unmisit at 10
A. m. and cloae at 4 r k.
B. W. MOYM,
Oldest Aaotlouaor In Southern California.
J. G. JACKSON
Cerner Alinidagrid Flr.t Streets.
J>K Al. Kit IN
DOORB. WINDOWS, BLIND*,
POfITS, BHINGLEH, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLABTEU Or
PARIS, CEMENT AND
J. Mi PIFFITH It M.
AlameSa and First Streets
PLABTHR OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCES PRICES
Perry, Woodworth & Oo.'a
-AW O —
No. la fomaaoarolal aCreot, neaur
«lraad l>el>e>(. rurA-M—
SIR AHTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE !
The great Kngllsh remedy for Nrrvoxia
Debility, Mperiealorrlieu, nud t remuture
Decllno of I'hyaical B'orce.
The Vital Restorative
Tfil 1 poiitlvoly cure, thoroughly mnd
perruaucnily, any case of EXHAUSI ED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of laug standing*, and iv either
aex, uo maticr from wrist cause pre
The Vital Restorative
la a thoroughly wcieutillo prescrlptitin, ii
not a quHck nostrum, heuce penectly
■afe to lake; is pleasant tv the taate.
supplies to the cerebrospinal and lym
pathotic system of nerves new forse,
Purifies and Enriches
The blood• rejuvenating aud reiuvigorat
lag both miud anU body. Tbouttands,
both in thin country and in Europe, can
leatilv to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, $.1 per bottle, or four tiiae* the
quautity tor €10. Hent to any address se
cure irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, If, D j
(Graduate of tbe University of i'ennsyl
vania and late Kesldent Hurgeou to the
Orthopcedic Hospital of Philadel
No. 7tS Montgomery St., Man Prauclice,
P. 8.-I)R. MINI lb: can be eoasulled
in reference to tho abovecomplaiuts dar
log oltlce hours from A a. m. to 3 f. m.
daily, and from s to t in the evening.
Hundays, 10 a. m. to Ir. x. Consultation
KKKK. Thorough examination and ad
vloe, 15. Full dlreotloaa and advice irao>
with svory packags of mediciue. iy litf
The Steams Ranchos,
A Ural SD ROBIsISOsT, Trail*.,
54S Market Vs., Ran t raneiseo, Cal.
O/k i \J \i\ ACB.JW OF LAUD FOR
OVJjV/V/vJ sale, in lots to suit, sult
ahis for tke culture ef Oraagos, Lentoae,
Ltmes.rica, Alsaenda, WaLnuka, Poaekes,
Abblm, Pears. A Haifa. Corn, ftye, Barley,
Wax, Ramie, OoUon, etc., aad also many
ab«aaand aerei of
Natural Evwgrtan Pastures, Suit
able far Dairying.
tfoetl water Is abundant at an average
datfHhef six feet from the surface. Oa al
sssisteverr acre of this lead FLOWING
ABtfßailAN WBLUScau ke obtained,and
ske mors elevated portions can be irri
gated by tke water of tho Santa Ana river.
Hooter tkooo lands are naturally moiat,
rosiairlag smly goodsultlvatiou to produot
TQRUA -Oue-fourtk Cash; balaaoe la
ooic, twe aud thres years, with 10 psr cent
I will lake pleasurs la showing these
iMaasto parties ssckiag lead, who are
kavltecl tc oesae aad see tkls extensive
bract keforo parcbasiag elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDRsT, A|ekt.
Anaheim, Loa Aageles connty, Dec. H,
MEW YORK BREWERY
(Hueaaaaor to Chris. Heuae) I'it,prlelor.
The CLKARXBT, PURBCT and MOMT
BRILLIANT I.AUKR BKR.'t !-.«»>
Orders for DILAUQMT or ! t 1 m .ii t*
Ba.h.R proaaptly atteaded to.
The celebrated Beer frona this Brawaa7
deaee eoßapetltloß In tha State. raitt-ar
■« >«, v-m. ease *. wi
T.ap. M..a .., aaafl. Uhj aasa Bpaafc.i eavi ....
aajs jeSßißitti s«tNk. at>£a aAitetauxnai « a* »-» ****
-mmmxx eTaeecart,-' •«*■ m >*w Aa*«.- t*u *****
a.aaßioa " rWaxaM Ohaart," at*. af-ilißßsl «*aW4 Baa- B) aooat
ll.bbbb. ewt, «. poBHj mm*** lit p.relwhnar. X K-*
Imm mmmmmu ■»«*■ Mac m> tw »* | —a» eW
Ta sVffi ™?£zz^^*j:£& m &^
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JUOSON, CHLLETTE & SMITH.
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Hoosns 13 and 14, MaDouald Block,
Main »v, LOS A.M«EIJBe, OgL
John E. Jacksen,
CIVIL BNOINEKX AND SURVEYOR.
Room UTeaaple Black. alstr
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
Searoher of Record* and
Examiner of Titles.
a f.stac I'M OF TITLE, inoladlng every
traasoetieß from Lao earlieet dates to tha
present liana, made with neeeiraoy and
d la patch.
•»AI.I.K.I'J BUI DIN U, iwuar aprlttf
aad Tons pi a streets.
JIKM C. Kajn,
NOTART PUBLIC AND CON
OFriOE-Tesnple Bl.uk (part or old Bauk
Cesaasleeseaer af Daada tar tha ■tat* of
I have removed tay ofllco to
Ns. 10, MITT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining the new Pusteflßoe.
T. I>. MOTT.
1, %. BIOEIfEI.I.. D. B. VAKQCBAIt.
BICKNELL & FARQUH AR,Prp>.
Adjoining the Union Depot.
Convenient to ell trains arriving ar de
parting from Los Aur(i?«. Street cars to
ail part* wf the oity. Evarytklng hew
aud clean Board by da* or week at
reasonable ratea. i*24tf
BT. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOW ANMMLE*. CAL.,
8. W. ORAIOIfia CO..
The It. Charlea is lea a ted iv the busi
■ ees centre ef the elty, see la tha iarfpat,
meet elegant aad completely vrganlssri
Hotel la Seutkorn California.
Fi-ee coach te tke kease.
J. A. «ORION, Manager.
KTWiiltri Union Telegraph la HUal
-Vl«ij»tvo .Junction, Cal.
Tim HOUSE 1* MOW PEPA RUB
lo reu.lve lta a am AiA.au
OMd Hie travellag puelle la aeiatraLD
lac entirely aaw aad apieadUly lur
nlahed, it uflbrds auparior aoeeaiaioU,.
IT* TABLE D' HOTE
laaa««n,t to Haaa la Southern California .
TaTUBAR In supplied with tha eaoieeat
branda »t wlnaj*. liquors aad .Igers.
li eleguat BILLIARD ROOM la alae
altaetied t« tha heuae.
All tralna atop hara far broakfaat aad
sapper, it la toe peiat»f da part are for j
she celebrated Inyo county Baltics, rlat.— ,
Darwin, lv„ Pine, Carro Oerdo 1 »n
-aatiat. Tkeeaeeof tke
LONE PIN E ST AU E CO.
la at this katal, Tha patroaaeje ole
InTtUal pablla la raaaoahVlly aollelleJ.
MATTHEWS * BOTB.
Formerly Hotel Pcs Prices,
18 TUB ONLY
FIRST-CLASS REST KM ANT
IN TBI OITT.
V. DOL, Preprletor.
Dos Palmas Hotel A Corral,
S. -fc J . JrO. _£rC
A FULL SUPPLY OF OB.AIN AND HAY
Kept aonatautly oa haud.
aS-lae B. w. KLBIX.
Formerly a resident of I.ea Angeles, ban
retsraed and alerted la the
Boot ABhoemak!ng Lino,
At No. 431-2 Spring St,
will waTTHat hiniaelf to fit a boot or shoe |
ea any feet, coma aud buuleaa notwith
standing;, witheat pain. Prices reaaoua- I
ale. (iive hliaaeall. ettU
Montana Meat Market, i
Fawn li no vat fkank, tssjay
The beat aud teadereit MaaUahaayy
la tha naarkat. Nona batthe aaaaaam
Primoat Beef and Mutton
ever to befeaad. Note tba addreso—hfoa
taua Meat Market, Main Street, near
First, Lent Angeloa
Fa<vhion»t« Meresant Tartor,
So. 12 TEMPLE Bleak, Sprinx ebroeA
Loa A ago loa. He haa the LAJWMT,
KMT AND BEST STOCKED TAILuK
-INO ESTABLISHMENT In Soul Cora
Oeli'ornia. tile eld eautoioors and the
SabUe will had It the place to col BKMT
TV lks and FITTING obtainable.
VBLYBT <fc SILK VBLVBTINO,
Oenaenntiyon hand. Rotors to the prla
alpal aval] a moo of the olhy, lor whom he
hae made olothLng.
narNe neeoaalty to aesvd to San Fraav
eleeo for good BttJng salts. dseBMT
When yon wtah te have elothee made
te order aad a good 11, call on
J. BERMBTEIN, NBW YORK TAILOR, i
No. UH MAIN ST., |
Between First and Market, Loa Angeles, t
aad yoa will bo sura te get a good It, at
prleee te int. alg ltf
FARMERS' I MEROHANTS'
Of Los Angelas.
CAPITAL SOO.OOO OO
MIAIAS W. HELLMAX ..Psoaldeat
BOARD OF DIRBOTOBS.
Is AIA SW. iBLLkAI, IISSII M BVSR,
0. W. (.arixae, L. C. Oeenwns,
OBASt.M DWDOMKItI, JoeS UAWASSL,
JeeiN M. tarms, c. E. T»>
FnAWK LINOS VBBWX.
Kzehange for eale oa
KBW YORK, LONDON, BUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN snd HAMBURG*.
Resaiva Deaawls and laain Their
Buy nod Well
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATB, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay tke highest prise for Hold
raid Silver Bullion.
Frees and afterthla data, oa all moneys
le tae Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of Lo* Angolan. i
Aatharued Capital - 380,006
M. B. I'ATHMK President
E. F. srKNOsT Ceeh.lv
M. S. fArmeK, i B. Moor,
A. A. \\ ti.t-oi. B. MaSVST,
N. M. JatlJW-rett I. LABI BBBWIM,
0 S. WrTKBBBr, Jxa.m. Oapbob,
J. E, U.LLKtt IMS, K. F. BPBBCK.
This Baak la prepared to roaolve de
poults as open aoeonnt, loene OortlSooAoa
ef Depoalt, and transact a geaernl Baak
Collections made aad proceeds reaultte.l
at •otieat TSU>. of eaehanßO.
LiS Af4SELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Anpolce - Cal
Capital Steak (paid up), 399,000
1. 8. BLAtiaOil...- mrr Preetdeat
11. M. BAJteafe. .Ylee-Preatdesii
J. M. ELLIOTT Oaehler
:.S IH..VWUMI. P. HeAODBT.
V. A. KoeTIBS, Bobbbsb* 8. BAKam,
I. Bust, ana. W. Panoeon
A, \V. DaWMAH.
Receive Bavtstet Baak depoalts.
Soy and sol I .ixehange on Ban PraaeUee,
New York, Leaden, Paris, Berlin aad
Buy exehaaite en all parte of the Vailed
States aasd Bmrepe.
Reesive money en open aoeeant and Ocr-
Hleale or Deposit, and da a general
banking and exchange buelnasc.
Containing Bye rooms, In the heart of the
city, splendid view and good location.
A six teem dwelling hease, In good lo
cation : sleeo te buslnoea portion of the
city; has Jaat bean newly pal a ted and
papered. Apply te
Ne. II Xew B.gh St..opp. Pico Hoaae.
View of ?
«W ' | ' I asae
|| tl ** tfl< * lt Sv *S9 aaajai. peritH
Abuse, .Skiaaaaaai. wßwrtt ESaaaaaa, wflL (Sat bmi
A CLIWTOAL. I-aWrot.* mm tha aa*»-* -"-gf mw4
Dp* «» maahit,a««., prUo N «*av
JSaaasT WaA as>Bht p*«*p«aU r.< r saSjal arf bstmn s>il is>atah>.
ssaejajspajßsaenym. cc a«eui» aeaa t tit ere
[||J|H^gy-a. T^^.l^y-.r , iisjisßj ...
It I'MiaiNM LMlii
W\ — * AY. M.—Ti»«. etßt-
' w \ 7 :) jo M Moßii .
Pha, Mo. a»2, and ill M
Soed etaadlng are oerlie. v t
■y order of the W: M :
Cmaji. Sain, Secretary
»/Va»- 30C, F. A. AY M.
the TB lAD S
m 0,., n , at 7 P. V.
By order of the W. M'
g. I -
1..s Angeles Chinter Ns
joa*"—*n» w Stated eon- c>.
MONDAY. ! . .
IK f. n. Nt 41
■OS bbl aeoourntng not.
■TV jTaf sTOOdstandll.gr
Tl?~|f3_r Tiled. By orila:
1 I W. H. A. Kins',
lasnanaaaf Boon t;
Lot Anoeloa Oasssll No. II
Mad BatMn, F. & I
Kelda lte atated aaeenahllaa
Meaaalay efeaoh aaenM at M
atTiM r. at. Sojourning Con
feed etandlng are fraternall
nttoad. By order of tha
R. a. cunninqkam. ,
ejJa£6Er*Gaiur De LisnComr,
s"" w 9, k;. t
■old* lte atated conalavea
Inm in htaaonla Hall, en
tTUBbWAY of eu ). month, a
r. at. Bsajournlng Ka'chta '
need ataualuc are cord-ily ii
tend. Br order of the
J. <■ jgmaßßßnVfc Keaarde
i. o. o. f7
at Odd Fel on' kail, Bei,
▼aWMnc aad sedei.rnlng broth
•taadlae are Invited to atton
. "I. . M. I.tt HII
A. If. Lawbbwcb, Ree. Mac.
•olden Btßlo Lodvo Ho. IS*
at a o'clecl
■- iaf brethren la go.
are cordially favaed. By o?d,
. _ , I*. ALU
J. D. Allen, r, 8,
Loa Augelee l.o<: : e Ho. 26
week at Vi o rk. jtp.
. lournlag brethren
standing are cordially lnvllod.
. J. vr. BAI
A. Fxaxk. K. S.
Orange Grove Encampment, N
Jjmmm, BJCteULAR MhBT
dKeaP&>''.'' "'• oei-ond .
riTKrali.* -\ sol eac
7H r. m. Sojourn ■ i,
areas in goad ,■ .l-tagai.- , m
ted to attend.
_ c. j. l: ' , a, r
IS 11 .X- s_-., Scribe.
oKnights0 Knights i' Pyl
• LIVE LCQQK. )..,. S*
menu every il may
7 o'oloek, at ...» Ct -Jii
Dewney Btoek. • II . ..ourn
In geod standing ire ~-dlali
„ _ „ I. A. D! NBM< ii! <J. C.
C. E. Mfl.lß, K. of R. ».
CanDdcnaa Engine Campa
w REOWL Hi
V bfih thla OaupuMV wli .
JgBBBfJH ning al aa h in
cjsßaansaa* o'clock. «v «rdn
w~, S. MOORE,
O. F. HIINZEMAN
Saeeeaaors to j. B. SAUNDB Hit « so
OftySfil STS ANB GHt Vi BTS, |
■yii AlMtll fill -~1.
The OWtKOaWT TOtLXT AR'UffJIJH,
PWBdKT L;il (JS and KATBWT MBH,
eleaa ol all hlu.la. ear FrsaerlpUona eaee
lally eonipoenaod day and niche, a tea M I
FrtKNOH DRUG tTORBI
Haa been removed from aiONOKET'B
€arda«a Bl«ek, 118 Bain St.,
Opposite the Mir.'poaaStore.
FRBKUK AXD OTHER FOKItIaK
PK»FUIIERY, BRUSBES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
nep-Freecriptioni prepared with great
o«br lela for me aext
at HALF PRICE aad on EABY MONTH
SPECIAL ARRANOEMBV.a Will be
made wltk those wlahing to traaafor
fneads rrom other eemetarles to Boer
green Cemetery, at NOMINAL PBtCBB.
If appllaatloa is made immediately.
Far farther ialormatloa apply to
ISAAC W. L»R», secretary,
e»t/ St aad ». Mala St., I .as Aagalea.Oel
I edCer my plaae, lhrae qaartase ol a
mile from Downey City, on the Wlimbs*- f
tea read, adenine the Celleie; al a kea>
galu. Ileomprlses .ammtbaanai
TWENTY A ORBS,
Ftfteoe ef which are in frail, of aksnettVl
varletlea T here are anasht earoa o/ nmSa
eatgrapoa. eemMrtaMe baawo aa lX
LOW PRICE A feat ABO ST ABLE TawanawL
Immediate poaseaatoa will he SF«*n. M
deamvsd with thVaaare aaaaaia. mnit A
units, ate Wax,, rlsjh' anhaaahadl aefaaWe* '
WeS 'jMhaTo. tffUsea. ,
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