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Pttl.llc, : "vpij morning except Mon day, BY .1 O* ltiPH 13. LYNCH. TIRMI FOR DAILY HER ALU: .-•or annum, by mall or express 810 six n?.onths " '' i Three months " " _ » Delivered by carriers, per week 25 oents los angelesFeekly herald [apublished every Saturday morning. TEKMS. use year,by mailorexpresa.oneoopy.-ISOI ?lx months, •' " " '■ ' £ hree " " " - 1 * Advertisements Inserted at reasonable ajle, All Kinds ot Job-Worh. done to uomnetc wltti MU> Francis™ la prleS.Myl.ei nnd Elea-suce ol Work, mannhtn. LAWYERS. hTkTsT. o. o. trantu h. O'Molvony & Trantum, ATTORN EYB AND OOtJNBKpLORS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Strellti Block, Spring street, la>s Angeles. Will give exclusive attention to ull business entrusted to tbem. J V.K. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD. J. BROSiEAU. Howard, Brosseau & Howard, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Rooms,6B,Vland6BTem ple Block, third floor, Los Angelos. iebS-tf t. hazard," \ TTOIirXEY A.T jL, A.W COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, O. A. Doblnson, Munuget OFFICE - Roms 8 nnd 9 Downey Block. laBl-tr s. c. HUHHKI.L. RODNEY HUDSON, District Attorney. HUBBELL & HUDSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW.Rooms 3 and 4 DaaoDUnUB a Block, corner Main & Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-tf A.aUAMIUe «• I! - SMITH A. U. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, AT LAW, utFFICIS-TEMPLE BLOCK up-Btnlrs, lajs Angelea, California. ocg-tf— ii A. C. BAKER, AT I < > UN EY - AT - Li\V, ROOM 50, TEMPE BLOCK, LOS ANUHLES, CAL. Jylitf Ml'Bl-dRN H. WHITE. J. D. DICKNBI.I.. Bickuoll & White, ATTORNKYb at law. OFFL'E-Rooih 53, Temple Block. null If E. C. Kewen, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE-Nos. 10 und 11, BTRELITZ BUILDINO, spring street. PItRRIE KEWF.N will occupy Hie sume rooms, conducting a Real Estate Agency, together with the business of loaning money and the collection of bills, sl'itf PHYSICIANS. Dr. L. B. Joseph, jPliysioiiaii tiutl •"•urflfOOll JitO'.f SI SPRING ST., Los Angeles. N. 8. eIREKSOX, H. D, 1,. H'GUIRE, M. O. Drs. Giberson & McGwire, (Successors to Dr. T. S. Slanway,) Offiue, Main Stieet,over Duller 4 Brad ley's Furniture Store. Kesldonce, I»C4 Maiu street, at tho foot Of Third oai-lin Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON, I'hyHioiau nud £*»ii-fi,-eoxi Residence, Fort Hill, I Office, No. 19 Dow- Uuena Vlslu street. I uey Block,upstairs. J. HANNON, M. D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN. HOOMSUand 15, CARDONA BLOCK Resldeiice Bowncy Avenue, East Los Augeles, ueur the cud of street rail way. Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m.; from 1 to 4 r. m. ap2e.tr X, D. WISE, M. D. OFFICE IN CARDONA BLOCK, LO Augeles, Cul., ue.rl.v opposite Court House. uarDisEAsas ok * hmai.es a Specialty. auld J. Bechtingtjr, M. 8., (OF VIENNA,) IsHYSICI.VN TO TBE ITALIAN 1N- uud Freuch M. B. ttucie tiss. Ociiilstof the French llospitul in Sau .Francisco. All chronic obstlnule cas tntd operatlous ou the eyes utleud ed l.>, OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramento street, ouruerol Kearny. Residence—SE. cor uer Muson and Pacillo streets, San Fruu oisoo. 003 ly DR. HAZELTINE, DENTIST, tins removal to ths now nnd upaclous rooms, Nos. 0 and 12 Card on a Block, Maiu etreet, (formerly occupied hy Dr. Palmer) where he will be happy :osee hie frleudb aud former patrons. tSif lIHSBXJ-IH lIIIULI. — I .1 11 I II "^T E 11ECOMMKND TO FAMILIES CUITT ARD'S ACME COFFEE Fur a trial, and we let the consumers be the ludgesof its merits. utsT-Also, importers and manufacturers ol Spices, Chocolates, Teas, Cream Tar tar, Soda, Salerutua and Infallible Ycust Powder. 406 & 407 SANSOME STREET, HP 8m SAN FRANCISCO. NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAUTH (Hueeeaeor to Chris. Heme) Proprietor. The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BRILLIANT LAGBR BICKR SoutU of San Francisco. Orders for DRAUGHT or TOTTLKD Bslhiß promptly attended to. Tbe celebrated Beer from this Brewery deles competition ln tbo Stato. mrS-t: I ( Los Angeles Daily Herald. Morning Telegrams. rnsseuaers <-nt* X South. Mojave, Jan. 24.—Mrs J M Ros enberg. R Heimann,D Linderman, W L Chalmers, J H Adams, John M Anderson and wife, F B Walter, Mrs E H Richardson, It R Middle sworgh, C M Vallee, J JD Dunlnp Mrs Martin. its.- n'Mffltl njt men's Preeeonlnifi l.nst Klaut. San Fkanctsco, Jau. 24th.—J. W. Bones, State Senator-elect, from Alameda County, came ever from Oakland on the half past six o'clock boat last even ing. He was met at the ferry landing by Kearney, Welloek anil about 5,000 workingmen who escorted him to Humboldt Hall where the workingmen'H Con vention was in session. Arrived there, Bones, Kearney, and Welloek add reused the nrowd In 8 few congratulatory remarks and j Kearney dismissed them. The Couveutiou was called to order at 8 P. M. Soon after, Sergeant of Po- j lice Kingsbury entered ths hall and requested the. privilege n f lis tening to the proceedings which was granted after hot discus- [ sion, a show of hands being! necessary to determine the ques tion. The Committee on Creden tial* reported. Objections were made to a few delegates, mostly on technical ground*, but the delega tion from the Berual Heights Club met lierce opposition on | the ground that the Club, after Kearney's recent arrest, passed res olutions condemning his incendi ary language. The question was Dually settled by the voluntary withdrawal of the delegation from tho Convention. The report of the Committee on Credentials was then adopted. A Committee of Seven on Permanent Organization was appointed. The Chairman was asked to explain the interview wilh a Call reporter in which the Chairman was made to say that ho was elected on the strength of his opposition to Kearney. Aftersome attempts at dodging, the Chairman liatly denied that lie had made such a remark. A motion was then made to expel tiie reporter which occasioned a tremendous hubbub, but was finally lost on a •how of hands. Senator-elect Bones ! was then Introduced to the audi- I ence. He said be was too hoarse j aud 100 liuieh worn out to speak at length, but spoke in effect as fol lows: "Bo moderate. Oo not be too rabid, and you will succeed in your objects. You can now, after show ing your strength iv a recent elec tion, afford to be magnanimous. Be easy ou the authorities. Oo slow. The party is established be yond dispute; you can now ask what you will and you will be sure to get it. Don't be vindictive towards tho press. The press maligned me in Alameda dur ing the contest, but it will be careful how it does so herealter. I have no hard feeling against news papers, but will lie as polite and nice to them as a young lady. Be moderate, and you will be alt right." Iv reply to a question as to what course he would take in the Senate regarding the riot bill, Bones said: "Don't catechise me to-night, if 1 answer one question I will have to answer a dozen, and 1 am not ready now to do so. (jive tne time. If I don't advocate the cause of the workingmen iv the Legislature you can tell me of it when I come back." A committee of fifteen was then appointed oil Platform. The Committee on Permanent Organi zation reported as follows: For President, Dennis Kearney; Vice- President, D. F. Manning, Mono county; Secretary, F. J. Farren; Assistant Secretary, J. P. Dunn; Treasurer, Thos. Donnelly; Her geaut-at-Arms, John Murphy; As sistants, Wm. Kcyuokls and J. F. Reuuan. The report was accepted and a motion was made to elect the President at once, which was done by acclamation. The Convention then adjourned till to morrow at 10 a. M. l.«'trialHll%o t'roeeedJssu;s. Sacramento, Jan. 24.—Senate —Lambert, from the Committee on Federal Relations, presented a majority report against the passage of tho coucurrent resolution by Satterwhite asking Congress to render aid In construction of the Texas-Pacific. A new bill was introduced by Howe for the increase and preser vation of forest ureas in the State. The bill encourages the planting of forest trees by allowing a small sum where they havo been culti vates! four years. Persons cutting down trees must plant others of the same or of auotherspecies. Au in fraction of the latter provision Is made a misdemeanor. Referred to the Committee on agriculture. tTorlLluauicu'a t'SUYMIIIOU To-Ony —■aid. San Fkanoisco, Jan. 24th.—The Woi kingmun's Convention re-as sembled this morning. Officers were elected as reported last night hy the Committee on Permanent Organization with two changes; Wm. Welloek being atldetl as Vice-President and H. L. Knight Secretary In place of J. Farren. The Committee on Platform have not yet completed their work, only a few sections be ing thus far decided upon. The Conveution will probably be iv ses sion the remainder of the week. It has been raining hard since early this morniug. The t'o*a«tticnt I.eulslHlure 0|»- IMiseal to maud's Oliver Ulll. Hartford, Conn., Jan. 24.—The Connecticut House of Representa tives yesterday passed resolutions oppaslug the Bland silver bill and favoring the resumption of specie payments. Mtffliitf Hull Out for A n,; lis * I ('.tin pnlKU.' Bismarck, Jan. 24.—Official in formation from General Miles'* post at Fort Keogh says news has beeu received there that Sitting Bull is at Frenchman's Creek with a thousand lodges, including th* escaped Nez Forces and refugees LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25. 1878. from the agencies. These last num ber eight hundred warriors aud Sitting Bull's own camp 2,300, all well armed. The principal hostile chiefs with him are Black Moon, Four Horns, Long Dog and Bed Deer. Two com panies of infantry have been sent to Fort Peck to hold it. Indians from Sitting Bull's camp have been seen within ten miles of Fort Peck. An attack upon both that plane and Keogh is among Ihe pos sibilities. Miles has only 500 men. W»*)l»liij;ion MlttlrrN-WIITK infill i.— I'aeheeiA, Washington, January 24.—The House Elections Committee further considered Hie California contested case of Wlggintoo vs. Pucheco to day, but reached no conclusion. They will meet Saturday next, when an attempt will be made to have a vote on tho question. Mr. Wigglnton to day received news of the death of his daughter in Cali fornia. This intelligence, interfer ing with his work of preparation, Will delay action upon this contest for the seat now occupied by P.i checo. A resolution, adopted last night at a meeting of members of the House, proposing an organization to procure the remonetizatlon of silver and the repeal of the resump tion act, was circulated this after ternoon in the House for signatures, and many were obtained. It is understood that tho Cabinet agreed to release the syndicate from their last subscription of $10,000, --000 four per cents., as Secretary Sherman believes his plan of sell ing these bonds will be successful. All accounts between the Govern ment and tlie Syndicate will there fore be settlctl immediately. Be.lon «y*i,l BlnrKel. Boston, Jan. 24.—W00l shows no material change in the market. The demand Is steady but moder ate. Manufacturers are buying only as wanted and holders are quite firm In their views, believing that all wool on hand will be want ed at current rates. Califoruia wool is in fair demand at 15@200 for Fall and 20(5,84 for Spring comb ing and delaine. Tiie IVnr. London, Jan. 24.—The situation is again becoming very critical. There is authority for tbe Statement that Russia is indignant over the attitude of England and is disposed to break off negotiations altogether, or else delay them uutil possessed of military advantages which will enable her to meet an attack from England. Advices from St. Peters burg, received this morning, show a marked change in the toue of the semi-official press, indicating a possible change of programme on the part of the Government. It is asserted from Bucharest that the march ou Gallipeli is a military necessity for the purpose of cutting off the retreat of Suleiman, whose troops are being embarked at Jeuz za, ou the Gulf of Lagos. There is considerable appre hension here that, from this military necessity, may grow a military occupation of Gallipoli, whicli would greatly embarrass the English troops iv case of hostilities. A correspondent at Pera says an armistice lias been agreed on though the terms are not known. He believes it includes everything demanded by Russia. The Porte is] determined to conclude peace at any price and allow the remainder of the fighting, if any must be done, to be carried on by some oth er power. A Pera correspondent says that Suleiman still has left a force of from twenty thousand to thirty thousand men. With these and such forces as can be raised at Con stantinople, he thinks a tlefeuce of the city could he made for several weeks, incase it is determined to make resistance. There is so much uneasiness that the matter will probably come up to morrow iv Parliament. As to Russia's inten tion, now that an armistice is so long delayed, tho semi-official Rus sian organs have grown menacing in tone and indicate the moat severe demand. The Stock Exchange to-day has been agitated by rumors of the failure of peace negotiatons, and of orders for moving British troops. None of these reports are traceable to any trustworthy source, aud Ihey are, probably, utterly ground less. London, Jan. 24. —It ia said that the conditions which were only made known at Vienna this week, were submitted to Prince Bismarck and approved long ago. If thu con ditions are known in London the fact has not yet been made public. I'tftiee or lllootf. London, Jan. 24th.—Tha Turk ish Parliament lias voted au ad dress asking tho Sultan to hasten the conclusion of peace, or, if tbat be made impossible, by the oner ous character of the Russian con ditions, to organize a re»istence to the bitter end. Tbo War. London, Jau. 24.—Tho lteet com manded by Marthorpe Bey has started for Kavala to embark Sulei man Pasha's troops. Half of his army will be conveyed to Gallipoli and half to Constantinople. A Constantinople dispatch, dated yes terday, says the Porte to-day re ceived a telegram, sent by Terver Pasha frotn Kizaulki, Monday, stating that lhe Russian conditions had not yet been formulated, but ho expected to learn tbem on Tues day. Tho preliminaries showed that confidence with their terms would havo wider bearing thau was at first supposed. The discus sions upon negotiations havo been somewhat animated. Lord Derby, Foreign Secretary, and Count UohovalofF, Russian Ambassador, bad an interview Monday but the subject discussed is unknown. Sir Stafford North cote has just notified the House of Commons that ho will, en Mon day, move for supplementary supplies for naval and military service. If the Russian* attempt to go to Gallipole or Constantino ple there is hardly a doubt but the British ministry will interfere if supported by a majority of Parlia ment, and they probably will be. MISCELLANEOUS. Ttat c rwi c nt OV TBI CONDITION OF THK Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES. At tho close of business, Saturday, Jan uary mh, 1878. ASSETS. Cash on hand at Lor Angeles $111,894 Id Cash in bankwtth cor respondents In Saa Franclaeo 37,118 04 Cash in bank with correspondents >n New \urk I,Blt> (V) Total casa $15J,823 13 Bills receivable and overdraws 763,404 44 Bonds and warrants (Los Augoles city and county 330 36 Bank building, tWd v.mlts, flxtuies, etc. 20.G14 80 Real e.tati taknti in foreclosure Of mort gages 11,333 59 8057,571 32 Note—Theamount of interest due and accrued, but unc dlected, is 119,7*7 14, which is not included iv the foregoing statement. The assels are situated in Li. Angel C 3 city, the evidence of the same being in tiie vaults of said ban tt. LIABILITIES. Capital stock, paid up $475,000 0O Reserve fund 60,000 00 Total capital 8525,000 00 Due depositors 401,131 12 Due correspondents... 5,428 33 Dividends uncalled for 300 00 Profit and loss acc't, undivided profits.... 22,711 S2 8957,571 32 Examined aud found correct. L. V* GOODWIN, JOHN S GRIFFIN. EUGENE MEYER, Committee. Isaias W. Hellman, President, being duly sworn, deposes and says that the foregoing statement of the condition of the assets and liabilities of said bank is true, to the best of his knowledge and belief. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, PtesUleut. Sworn an I subscribed before CHAS. E. MILES, jl7-lm Couuty Recorder. S TAT E M E N T OF TIIE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANCELES. Of tbo Amount of Capital Actually Paid up ln Uold Coin. Capital Stock, paid up in Gold $475,000 STATE OP CALIFORNIA, 1 County of Los Angeles,) Isalas W. Hellman, President, beiiti duly sworn, deposes and says that tho foregoing statement of tbo amount of cap ital actually paid in Is true, to the best uf bis knowledge and belief. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. President. Sworn tiud subscribed before CHAS. B. MILES, Jl7-ltn Couuty Recorder. OF THE CONDITION OK Los Angeles County Bank At tbo commencement of January 2J, IS7S. ASSETS. Cash on hand S3J.ISI 00 Safe, furniture and fixtures 1,5000tl Loans G4l,£i4 UO Heitl estate 20,100 18 1593,03s 8j LIABILITIES. Due depositors 82:5.807 8] Capital stock 280,000 uo Netnndlvlded protlts collected 30,912 59 Reserve Fun* 31,00! OU Dividends uncalled for 1,355 uj Money held pending advice 728 91 Due other banks 10,598 03 .593,036 68 [The above statement does not include interest duo and unpaid amounting to .15.630.] The assots are situated In Los Angelos county, except part of the real estate, which is iv San Bomardino county, 't he evinencos of indebtedness to tbe bauk'be ing iv tbe vault uf the building occupied by said bank and tbo major part being atso on record in the County Recorder's offices ot Los Angeles and Sau Bernar dino counties. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, \ ss County of Los Angeles. I ,L S Slauson, the President, and .1. M. Xl Mutt, the Cashier or Los Angeles Coun ty Hank, beiug severally duly sworn, racit for himself sxys that the foregoing Btatemen t is true. Signed, J. S. BL\USON. Signed, J. M. ELLIOTT. Sworn and subscribed to before me, this sixteenth day of January, 1878. Signed, A. C. HOLMfc'S, 117-lw Notary Public. STATEMBITT OF THE ACTUAL PAID-UP CAPITAL — OF — Los Angeles County Bank January 2d, 1573. Th. amount of Capital Stock actually paid ln Is, in United States Cold Coin, Two Hundred and Eighty-Six Thousand Six Hundred Dollars (.280,000). STATE OF CALIFORNIA, j County of Los Angeles. J * ' 3*. P. Slauson, tb*. Presldont, and J. M. Elliott, the Cashier, ef Los Angeles Coun ty Dank, beiug severally duly sworn, euch for himself say. that the loregolng statement is true. signed,. J. S. SLAUSON. Signed, J. M. ELLIOTT. Sworn and subscribed to before me, tills sixteenth day of January, 1878. Signed, A.C. HOLMtS, Jl7-1W Notary Public. KWONC HINC & CO., 37 SI'RINQ ST. CHINSSB 8TOI! IS. Chineso and Japanese Good, and Toys. FRESH TEAS, ehunest and host ln town. eiQARSot tta. bast brands. Servants and hand, of all kinds fur nished. oWtf MISCELLANEOUS. W. H. NORTHCRAFT, (Successor to George Emerson, formerly the House of Jones «fc Emerson) AUCTION A COMMISSION MERCHANT, Corner Spring and Market sts. Regular sale day, SATURDAY at II A m. Heal Estate, Merchandise, Furniture, Livestock, Wagons, etc., sold under the hammer, and the sales conducted on the be<i business principles. C.B"CONSIGN ME NTS SOLICITED. u'JQtf OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOU HERN CALIFORNIA. 83. "W". NOTES Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST., opposite the Court house, and will be pleased to serve his oid fri-nds and the public. Particular attention paid to Heal rtstate sales. Regular sale days for Horses and rolling wtook, WEDNESDAYS &SATUUD AYS. As I have no partners and do my own work, I intend u> my cnarires less tbttn thoaeof an>body else in the busi ness, charging on real estate two per '■out. for the first $1090 aad oue percent, ou ull sums above tout amount. Will huy FUHNITURE, HOKSF.s, WAGONS and ull kinds of property, and p.ty easn. N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10 A. K. and close at 4 P. K. k. w. norm, Oldest Auctioneer In aouthorn California. nv2l J. G. JACKSON Lumber I>ealer Corner Alameda and First Streets. UtCALEK IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS, SHAKES, PLASTER OF PARIS, CEMENT AND HAIR. " J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNER OF Alameda and First Streets DEAL.RTtS IK DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES. HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES -AT — Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s LUBXISfeR YARDS — AND — PLAN I N G MILLS, Mw. in commercial street, near itjtilrond Depot. mrio-lf— The Steams Ranchos, ROBINSON, True too, Sail Marie«i Ht,. Hnu Francisco, Cal. K*2(\ A Wi U \ ACHES OF LAND FOR Ov|UUU lv lOtt to suit, suit able tor the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, .Peaches, Apples, Pears, Altai fa, Corn, Hye, Barley, Flax, Hamie, Cotton, etc., and also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit able for Dairying. Good water [a abundant at an average depth of sis feot from tbe surface. On al most evory apre of this land FLOWINU ARTESIAN WELLS cau be obtained, and the more elevated portions cau be irri gated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Monto] theso lands are naturally moist, requiring Only good cultivation to product crops. TBRMS-One-fourth Cash; balance In one, two uud throe years, with it) per cent Interest. I will lake pleasure lv showing these lands to parties seeking laad, who are Invited to come and see this extensivo tract before purchasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dec. 24, I 87 fwrTsale lIV LOTS TO SUIT. 5000 Acres of the Lake Vineyard Land and Wa ter Association Lands. The bo*st orange and semi-tropical fruit land In the State; located in tiie heart of tho Sau Gabriel valley, and in the midst ot the eldest and largest vineyards and orange, groves of Los Angeles county. No water rates charged. The purchas er of laud trom this Association receives not only his land but also a proportion ate shart* of an Inexhaustible water sup ply, the most complete Irrigation system in thestate, which has cost the Associa tion already overs4Q,QQoforditches, pipes and reservoirs nlone. Water in iront of every lot. Churches and school houses on the tracts. Tho «. P. H. R. rasses through the lands. The orange orchards and vineyards - on these lands and in the vicinity test their capability for this culture. The title is perfect. Giant bargain aud sale deeds given. Prices reduced to suit the times. A map of the Tract may i»e seen at the office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High street, opposite Pico House. AU communications add roused to the Secretary will receive prompt attention. F. W. WOOD,Sec'y. uMtf I-us Angeles, Cal. EV ERGREEN CEMETERY. The proprietors of the above Cemetery offer for Ihe next NINETY DAYS at HALF PHIOEaud oa EASY MONTH LY PAYMENTS. SPECIAL ARRANOBMKNiS will be made with those wishing to transfer frieads from ether oemoteries to Hv-er grota Cemetery, at. NOMINAL PRICES, It application is made immediately. For further inf.rß.atlo. apply to ISAAC W. LORD, Secretary, ««f and 111 Main St., Las Angeles, Cal quail U r.-i3?HH ag« SB BUSINESS CARDB. JUD3OH, GILLETTE & SMITH, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block, Main St., 1 .< >s ANGELES, Cal. septotf John E. Jackson, CIVIL ENSINEKR AND SURVEYOR. Room 41 Temple Block. elBlf Wm. H. j. BROOKS, Searcher of Records and Examiner of Titles. AJMTACTS OF TlTLE,lncluding every transaction from the earliest dates to the present time, made with accuracy and dlspatoh. rWALLEN'S BUIOINU, corner Spring and Temple streets. James C. Kays, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON VEYANCER. OFFICE—Temple Block (part of old Bank Building). Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Indiana. «9 lm EMOVAL I have removed my office to No. 10, MUTT'S BUILDING, Adjoining the new Postoffice. T. JL>. MOTT. d2J-lm HOTELS. lE. 6. BICKNKLI.. I>. B. FARCiCIIAR. PACIFIC HOTEL, BICKNELL & FARQUHAR.Prps. Adjoining the Union Depot. Convenient to all traiai arriving er de parti»g from Los Angeles. Street care to all parts of the city. Everything new and clean. Beard by the day or week at reasonable rates. u24tf ST. CHARLES HOTEL, LOS ANGELES, CAL., S. W. CRAICUE& CO.. Proprietors The St. Charles is located In tho busi ness centre ot the elty.and Is the large«d. most elegant and completely organised Hotel lv Southern California, Froe coach to tho house. J. A. GORDON, Manager. es-Wcstem Union Telegraph In Hotel offloe. Jylltf MOJAVE HOTEL, jVloJavc Juuotiou, Cul. rpHWHOUBB X to receive Its numerous patronsJHM. and the traveling public ln general. Be ing entirely new and splendidly lur Qlshed, ii ufloids superior accommoda tions. ITS TABLE D' HOTE Is second to none In Southern California THE BAlt hi supplied with the choleest brands of wines, liquors and clears. An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also attached to the house. All trains stop here for breakfast anJ supper. It Is tbe point of departure for the Mlobi atud Inyo couuty mines, vir.— Darwin, hone Pine, Cerro Gordo and i 'am amint. Theofficeof tho LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is At tbls hotel, Tho patrouage of c truveliagpublic lx respectfully solicited. MATTHEW* A BOYD, fu2*-tf Proprietors. THK Commercial Restaurant DOWNEY BLOCK* Formerly Hotel De. Princes, IB THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. V. DOL, Proprietor. NOW OPEN. SIERRA MADRE VILLA, A Private Hotel ou tbe mesa or table lands ol the Sierra Madie Mountains. Climate unsurpassed for Summer er Winter Residence. Commands a charming view of valley and mountalu, overlooking tho San Ga briel orange groves; is four miles from railroad and telegraph station; house en tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains all modern conveniences. A School for children on the pjemtses. For particulars addioss proprietor, P. O. Box 1141, l-on Angeles. MBMpejSjSfJSeMppßMspe^FM POR SALE. I offer my plfiee, three-quarters oi a mile from Downey CMy, on the Wlluihsg toa read, adjoining the College; at a bar gain. It comprises TWENTY ACRES, . Fift.e. of which are In fruli, of okolee variables. There aro eight acres el TOta. eat grapes. CnMsl.rtnela house on tho promises. . LOW PRICE A REASONABLE THRU*. lßaaaedlata possession will be given, II dearired, with the entire snoring crap ol Iraiu, etc. Water rlalit aitaahod to land, hut no ncesssttr tor one. Apply to I Jy4 6ui O. H. ALLBN. on the premises. MISCELLANEOUS. MERCHANT JMiM. J. STRELITZ, Fashienble Merciiant Tailor, No. IS TBMPLE Block, Spring street, Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST, FINEST AN It BEST S ! OCKED TAIL R -ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern C.ll'ornia. HI. old customer, and the Sublic will nnd It the place to get BblSi' TYLEH and FITTIMI obtainable. NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOESKINS, DIAGONALB, FANCY CASSIMEREW, VELVET & SILK VELVETING, Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin cipal aontlemen of tbe city, lor whom he has made oiothlng. •r.No neoowlty to send to San Fran cisoo for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf MERCHANT TAILOR. When you wish to have olothes made to order and a good fit, call on J. BEHNSTKIN, NEW YORK TAILOR, No. 149 MAIN ST., Between First and Market, Los Angeles, and you will be sure to get a good fit. at orloes to salt. slO ltr BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' « MERCHANTS' BAMS Of Loa Angeles. CAPITAL 600,000 OO ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS. laAtAS W. Hellman, Ehokkk Meyer, O. W. CULM, L. C. UOODWIN, CztAKIiKS DWOOMMDN, JOSE MASCAREI,, John S. GairriN, C. E. Thoh, Frank Lecot/vrbdr. Exohange for sale on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN and HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Cortifioates. Buy nnd Hell LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will ul«o nay the highest price for Gold aud Sliver Bullion. Kroin and after this date, on all moneys le.tas Term Deposits, interest wlil be al lowed. Commercial Bank Of Los Augelee. Authorized Capital - 300,000 M. S. PATRICK President E. F. SPENCE Cashier DIRECTORS. If, S. Pathk k, S. H. Morr. A. A. Wilcox, H. m aiutky, M. WOOIJWOHTH, I. LANKKRSHIM, 0. S. Withbrby, Jno. G. Caphon, J. K. HOLLENBLOK, This Bank is prepared to receive de posits on opeu account, i*suc Certifteutcs of Deposit, aud transact a general Bank lug Business. Colleet : ons mii-leand proceeds remitted al cut rent rates <v' exchange. LBS ANGELES COUNTY BANK. MAIS' STREET, Lob Aiig«ips Cal Capital Stock paid up), 300,000 J. S. ST.AUBON »*i■ President ii. x. BA IC i-'.K Tloe-Prtsident J. M. KLLIuTT Cashier DIRKCTOHrt. t. S. P. IiUAVUHY, V. A. HOuVJEH, l-OBKBT 3. BAKKR, 1. Bixby, titce. W. Pkkscott A. W. liv/WMAN. Kecelve Saving r. m k deposits. Buy and Mil % xehaugo on Sau Krane 1 New Tork, London, Paris, Berlin Frankfort. Buy exchange on all parts of the Un States aad ISurepe. Receive money on open account and 2 tlficate of Deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. FOB R/lEIsTT. FINE COTTAGE, Containing nv. rooms, la tbe heart of tho . city. Spl.iidld view and good leoatlon. A six loom dwelling h.us., In good lo '. catio.; clos. to business portion of the '. city; bus Just been newly painted and papered. Apply te P. BEAUDRY No. Al N.W Ugh St.. opp. Ploo House. 0021 A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of Marriage! l IVlll T. Fil |«»WUmuuU TrM*iM •>» Mw TM wf Womm Iff ff JJ J A b*»k Hr psriwJK. o*tuU4> »»« mwilDg. Vm pages, pno; On wii viPns BoU Ab«*e, TTiiw—it Sir —' DlttMU, wflh Sm bm» 1 "**A*o LIMI&AI« «n St* «Um>w nrxl * •/ _i TkrtMl ud Lung*, OrtenaJSuptw*. «v t Wl«l»Mt,»C.,|>ril»lotll. IffSiTr \ r*^T* iJ — ro««iiat etprim: f»r»il Hirw, ASTtfln^K^fer.V'l.'aff--. agV 1 ' gkrr a. mil A WKKKtoag.aU. tio Sbß »• 911 outfit FREE P. O V»• a M ilne. .eptiwly NO. 51 SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Notice. ■ I*. AnajrleM I «<]|cc So. 12. r. * A. M.—Tho mated meeting* JT of this Lodge aie held on the first MONDAY of each monto al ' , 7:30 p. M. Members of Pentiu pha, No. 802, and ill Master Masons tr. good standing are corllitlly Invited. Byorderofthe W:- M:> Chas. Smith, Secretary. AFKNTAI.PUA I-«,l>«Ji.~_7o~ 202, F. A. &. M. Thesf.itedmeet inKs^,', hls "> a Ke are held ou tho THIRD MONDAY of each month, al 7 p. h. Byorderofthe W;. M:- H. Hii.lkh. Secy. L anseles Ciapier No. 33. R-• M: Staled convocation* ou i \ /-Tf-N. J MONDAY or eucli monli. «/%^^r? i \_/ 7>» p. K. at Masonic Mali. flrVtT \_iV/ Sojourning oompanions 111 tPv. )~%\ good standing cordially lo lj>x>r %// vltod. By ordei a. c. fo jf SA3I. PkAGER, Los Angeles Council No. It, Select Masters, F, & A H,, Molds its-stated ussemblies Mond-iy of each month at Ma at 7;30 p. M Sojourning Com good standing ar fraternally attend. Byorderofthe' R, fi. CI'NNINGHAM, i Cisur De Lion Comm 9, k;. t; Holds its stated conclaves q liuui lv Masonic Hull, on THURSDAY of ea I, month, at p. M. Sojourning Kii'gl-.u. T irnoii standing are cordially ir. tend. By order of the J. 0. Littleitield, Recorder t. O. O. F. " _.y*i__S,_- fc Angcllto I.od|[o s**&t£l- **• °- *"—Ueguit: ™'^^ ? of thla Lodge are I MONDAY evening; at Odd Fel o*w' Hull, Down Visiting and sojo .mlng brotlo standing are invited to atten.l M. LEHMA »KKn, W. \Voor>. Keo. sen. Lo. Aaceles Lodge No. 33, iiMtfri Regular meeting. ____■■_ WKD.VESIIAY XVI eaeli week at 7!., o'c ■ lournlng brethren standing arc cordially Invited. J. W. BAIi A. Frank, R. 8. Orange Grove Encampment, Ne. 31,1-0. 0. F. ftilgiri REGULAR MEETINGS held KjKU' Hie Second and Fourth of euch month at rr ?H P. M- Sojourning Patri archs In good sanding arc cordially Invi ted to attend. „ », C. C. LIPS, C. P. B. Marxsen, Scribe. ©Knights of Pythias. OLIVE LODGE, No- 26, meets every Thursday eve»ing,at 7 o'clock, at the Cnstle-Hall, Downey Block. All sojourning Knights In good standing are .-nH' -.-it*.. I. A. ' C. E. Mii.es, k. or R. a. ■ '*£ Confidence Engine Company No. 2. _ REGULAR MEETINGS ol >_____! this Company will take ptaco on the first Wednesday ove- ning of each month, at s __*_____J o'clock. I;\ order, ".V. .s. MOORE, Secretary. C. F. HEiNZEMAN & CO., Successors lo J. B. SAUNDERS A- CO DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, 78 Mom Strenl, LOS ANUELEM. The CHOICEST TOILLT ARTICLES, the PUREST ERUU3 and PATENT MF.IJI. cines of all kinds, ear Prescript ions care* fully compounded day and night. no2-tf-> B FRENCH DRUG STORE! V. CHETALIEB'B ZDI&TTGh STORE lias been removed from KIGNORET'SI BLOCK to Cardoiia Block, 118 Main St., Opposite the Mariposa Store. FRENCH AND OTHttR FOREIGN PATENT MEDIC NES PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES. fiarPrescrlplieiifi ]m ; :.r- il v illi gn :r, areo. dfilf SIR ASTLKY COOPER'S VITAL JIiiGTCJIATJVE t> Tho great English remedy for Nervous Debility, Spermatorrhea and t remature Decline of Physics! Korce. sex, no mailer irom nau.*. dnced. The Vital Restorative Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, is not a quack nostrum, hence peneittly safe to take; is pleasant to the taste* supplies to the cerebrospinal andsyitt patlietic system of nerves new force, Purifies and Enriches The bloou, rejuvenating and reinviforat - ing both mind ana body. Thousands, both in this country and In Europe, can testify to ihe great restorative properties! of this really great medicine. Price, So per hotile, or four times tho , quantity lor $10. Sent to auy address s< - [ cure irom observation. Address all lei tors to A. K. MINTIE, M. D., (Graduate of the University of Pennsyl vania aud late Resident surgeon to tb* Orthopaedic Hoopitnl of I'hiladot phta,) No. 722 Mon(£Oiuery St., San i'raiicisco, | Sole Agent. I P. 8.-DR. MINTIE coo ho consulted ' in reference to I he above complaint* dur ■ ing office hours from i> a. m. to 8 p. v. dally, and from c lo H in the evening. ! Sundays, 10 a. m. to Ip. M. Conauilatin n ; KKEE. Thorough examination and ad vice, $5. Full directions and advice tree 1 I with every package of medicine, lylirtf < Montana Meat Market. FUCKI.INOKK A. FRANK, (ftW9f The but and tendnrest M*M*&f*LJ_ la th. market. Non» but.tie PrlmiMit Reef and mutton i ever to be found. I'eaddreei—Mi i taua M.at Mi>rh»t. M.ln street, mm* . First. Livi Angela.