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VOL. IX.
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day,
BY
.lOSKIPAI 13. LYNCH.
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IIIMUkIII I.
LAWYERS.
H. K. 8. O'MKLVENY. O. O. TBANTU tf.
O'Melveny & Trantum,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELI.OKS
ATLAW. Rooms 7 and 8. Strelitz
Block, Spring street, Los Angeles. Will
give exclusive attention to all business
entrusted to tbom. Ju3tf
V. K. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
J. BROS3EAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 88,87 and 08 Tem
ple Block, third floor, Loa Angeles.
leb3-tf
tThAXARD,
A TTOItINEY AT LAW
C COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, 0. A.
) Dobinvm, Manager.
OFFICE — Roms 8 aud » Downey
Block. laSl-tf
Z 0, II tJRBKt.L. RODNEY HUDSON,
District Attorney.
HUBtSELL. & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.Rooms 3 and 4
Ducommun a Block, corner Main *
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-tf
A. UH.ASBKLI., O. H. SMITH
A. U. CHAPMAN, H. at. SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
VTTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE-TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalrß, l*ia
tugnles, California. 002-tf—2
" A7~ C • BAR, £R,
AT I'M " JkJT - LAW,
ROOM 50, TEMPE BLOCK,
I.ijSANGBLES, CAL. Jylitf
STKJMKN M. WniTK. J. D. UK KNKI.I.
Uickuell Si White,
ATTOISNKYS AT I. A \V.
OFFI E -ltooui 50, Temple Block,
auil If
E. J. C. Kewen,
ATI'OHNEY AX LAW.
OFFICE — Nos. 10 and 11, STKELITZ
BUILDINU, spring street.
PU.RRLI KEWEN will occupy tbe
same rooms, conducting v Keal Estate
Agency, together with the business of
loaning money uud the collection of bills.
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\ PHYSICIANS.
T Ur. }j. fl. Joseph,
l»tfiy*iloisitt unit J^iifjfeou,
81 SPRING ST., Loa Angeles.
N. S. OIUJOISON, at. ». In at'UUIRK, M. D.
Drs. Wiberson & McUuire,
(Succe'-ssors to Dr. T. S. Stanway,)
Office, Mt*>ln Street,over Dotter & Brad
ley's Furnl'ture Store.
Kesulaucr, 204 Maiu street, at the loot
ot Third I oiW-lm,
Or. N. r>. RICHARDSON,
I'tiyatiptWm and e»s»rtjreoii
Residence, Vol* U»H. I Onto, No.' IBDow
rfuenuYisiustrtict. | neyßlook.upstairs.
J. HAfWON, M. D.,
COUNTY. PHYBICIAN.
UUOMS Hand 15, CARDONA BLOCK.
Residence Avenue, East
Los Augeles, near tffie end of stroeL rull-
W Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from 1 to
1 r. m. ap2U tf
|i. 1). WISE, M. D,
/\FFIO« IN CAKDQNA BLOCK, LOS
\J Aujtolps, Cal., nearly opposite Court
House. «M»-l>l3«A»»S Ok FEMAI.KS A
«)PKl'|AI,Ty. auls
J. Ilechtinger, M. D.,
(OF VIENNA,)
I_>HYSICI AN TO THE ITALIAN IN
depjndeut and French M. B. socie
ties. Ooullstof the French Hospital In
Sau Francisco. All chronic obstinate
cases uud on the eyes attend
ed to.
OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramento street,
ooruer oi Kearuy. Residence—SE. cor
ner Musou aud Pacific streets, San Fran -
cesco. ■*• oo.i ly
Off. HAZELTINE,
PENTIST,
Hun removed to the pew and spacious
aioit(.s, Nos. ti aud \% Oardona iiloclc,
Ma(u street, (formerly occupied by Dr.
Palmer) where he will be happy losee
hit, friends aud former patrons. ► Gif
yy X UECOMMKND TO FAMILIES
GUITTARD'S
ACME COFFEE
For a trial, aud we let the consumers be
the judges of ita merits, 1
oar Also, importers"and manufacturers
of wpices, Chocolates, Teas, Ure'ain Tar
tar, Soda, Salerutua and Infallible Yeast
Fodder.
4Q5 & 40T SANSQME STREET,
Ail Sta BAN FKAN C{SCO.
NEW YORK BREWERY
PHIL. LAUTH
(Successor to Chris. Henne) Proprietor.
The OLKARKBT, PUREST and MOHT
HBJLLIANT LAGER BKKK Soutu ot
San Franclaco.
Order* for DRAUGHT or roTTLKD
Jtihttß promptly attended to.
Tho celebrated Boer from this Brewery
defies competition In the State. mrS-tf
Loas Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
rnasenvera UtiiuaT Mumli.
Mojavk, Jau. 26.—0 C Wheeler
aud wife, J O Wheeler, T S Hall, E
B Hall, E F Hurlbut and family, J
Huhto, B R Crocker, J E Crocker
aud wife, li L Fulton and wife, J
Foore, H H Franklin, W Wells, C
E Howe, A I Caswell, W W Wood
man, J X Brown.
Nulelda bjr (,'liloroforiu.
San Fkanoisco, Jan. 26.—Yes
terday afternoon Maria M. Howard,
widow, aged 38, employed as a
domestio in the family of D. Schin
dler, 535, O'Farrell street, dressed
herself and the last that was seeu
of her alive she was preparing to
go out for a walk. About 5 o'clock
Mrs. Schindler, going up stairs,
found Maria in ber room with the
door locked aud dead. She was iv
her night dress, on her bed, with
her face downward, having smoth
ered herself with chloroform, the
bottle being in her hand when
found.
Tii« Loa Akb«i*m Dlatlliarjr m...
San Fuancisco, Jan. 26.—1n the
Los Angeles distillery case, which
has been on trial iv the United
States District Court for several
days, a verdict was rendered yes
terday in favor of the claimants.
WorkiuKiuru'a CanVeatiua MM
JVlirllt.
San Francisco, Jan. 20— The
last session of the Workingmen's
Convention was held last evening,
Kearney presiding. A oommittee
was appointed to report a plan for
the selection of a State Central
Committee and the drafting of a
constitution lor the government of
ward clubs. Manning, of Mono
county, introduced a resolution
suggesting the passage of laws to
divide unoccupied land into 180
acre tracts and confirm the title to
actual settlers, no matter to whom
the land now belongs. The
resolution was adopted. A
new plank, advocating com
pulsory education and the
establishment of a fund to assist
children of poor parents, was offer
ed by Wellock, aud inserted in the
platform. Resolutions .ou all sub
jects, and advocating all sorts of
measures, were offered, adopted
and referred. Kearney reprimand
ed the Convention for what he
characterized as its unruly conduct
ou Thursday night, and said, if the
delegates did not obey the Chair
better, he would break the back of
tbe whole concern. The Conven
tion adjourned sine die.
i.ei;Ul»tivn l*»ttv,ietlit»«s a
Sacramento, Jan. 26—SENATE.
,—Hillborn Introduced a bill, by
leave, providing for appropriating
$177.50 to pay tlie expeuses of
Presidential Electors. Passed un
der suspension of the rules.
The Senate then, under suspen
sion of the rules, took up bill No.
144, relating to extending the time
for the publication of delinquent
taxes iv certain counties. Mont
gomery ottered au amendment, to
insert Merced, Mariposa and Inyo
counties. Adopted aud bill, 'as
amended, passed.
Howe, from the Commmitlee ou
Commerce and Navigation, report
ed, with recommendation for the
passage, au act' for tlie protection
of Wilmington liarbjr. Made spe
cial order.
Lewis's text book hill to re-estab
lish the contract of tlio State with
Bancroft & Co., and the substitute
therefor which were made the
special order lor to-day wore taken
up. Pierson offered an amendment
to the substitute, making it the
-rovinee of tlie State Board of
Education to prescribe and enforce
tbe use of a uniform series of text
books in ull publicscboolsthrough
out the State; the series, as l.'re
scribed, to continue fn Use for a
period of six years. The amend
ment also repeals all acts to pre
vent changes in textbooks approved
December 15th, 1575: also section
1874 of the Political Code and all
other acts and parts of acts on the
subject.
Tho B)bl|i We.leru Shore Heseilel'.
San Francisco, Jau. 2G.—This
morning the tugs sucoeeded iq get
ting a< line to the sliip Western
Shore, w'len she was rescued from
her perilous position in tlie break
ers, and brought into port. Tbe
crew ofthe King Phi lip,ihe wrecked
hark, all reached shore safely.
White Mil|»bur nurlns" ll»i.-i
Bui'ut-il.
Santa Rosa, Jan. 26.--The hotel
at White Sulphur Springs, near
this city, was burned last Might.
Loss about ten thousand dollars;
iucendlary.
Vuleou Mnllliet*. '» I(enu.'. ||lloi>
WAIRiHOtPQWi 2fith.— The
following is tbe vote on Matthews's
resolution: Yeas —Allison, Arm
strong, Bailey, Beck, Booth, Bruce,
Cameron, Penu., Chaffee, Came
ron, Wis,, Coke, Conover, Divis, of
flls., Davis, of VV. Va., Dennis,
Dorsey, Eustis, Ferry, Gordon,
Grover, Hereford, Howe, Johnston,
Jones, of Fla., Jones, of Nev.,
Kirkwood, Me.Creery, McDonald,
McMillan, Matthews, Maxey, Mer
riman, Morgan, Gglesby, Plumb,
Rausou, Saulsbury, Saunders,
Spencer, Teller, Thurman, Vorhees,
Wallace, and Withers—43. Nays-
Anthony, Burnum, Bayard,Blaine,
Burnside, Cbristancy, Coukling,
Dawes, Eaton, Edmunds., Hamlin,
Keinan, Lamar, McPherson, Mit
chell, Morrill, Paddock, Randolph,
Rollins, Sargent, Wadleigb and
Windom.—22.
A | .i un hit uf ibe SHiyrr Dili.
Washington, Jan. 2(1.— To-day's
vote on tbe adoption of Matthews's
resolution declaring, in substance,
tbat Government bonds are legally
aud equitably payable in silver, is
universally regarded as the exact
Indication of the vote tbat will be
recorded on tbs passage of tbe
pending silver bill, ou the terms re
ported by the Finance Committee,
which, it will be remembered,
m:-*- •- " either Gov
er toms duties
fr< egal tender
po v> ars. Forty
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27. 1878.
three .Seualors voted for Mat
thews'!) resolution and twentj
two against it. Four pairs
were announced, and it is
known that Ingalls, who was ab
sent without a pair, would have
voted with tlie majority. Kellogg
would have, probably, voted agaiust
the resolution, and, for purposes of
this calculation, will bo placed
among those certain to vote agaiust
tho silver bill. The only Senator
absent wiihout a pair wai Sharon.
Assuming that Sharon ba absent
when the dual vote ia taken ou the
silver bill, and making tho a"ddi
tiong to to-day's, totals
which aie above Indicated, it
would seem lo bo cer
tain that no more than 27
votes will be cast against the silver
bill and that at least 48 Senators will
be recorded in its favor. This
number lacks only two votes of be
ing a two-thirds majority, and iv
in case Sharon should arrive,
and Paddock and Kellogg,
who are considered doubtful,
should vote for the silver bill, there
would be one more than a two
thirds majority for the bill. Hut
even if the measure fails to receive
a two-thirds vote it will eouie so
extremely near that proposition,
that the President's exercise of his
veto power iv regard to it is very
generally considered uncertain.
Tii-Maya ,:iuiirreNNluuitl Ouluv..
Washington, Jan. 26.—House
—To-day's session being for debate
only, In committee of the whole,
the Speaker appointed Mayham
Chairman for the day. Dunham
made a speech in favor of the re
monetizatioli of silver and tho re
sumption act.
A Nluguliir reilllou.
Washinoton, Jau. 20.—A sin
gular petition was presented to the
House to-tiay by Mr. (irover, of
Missouri. Tlie petitiou is signed
by William Hastings, of Califor
nia, who asks to be relieved from
his allegiance as a citizen of the
United States, because justice has
been deuied him. Hastings's griev
ances are that iv November, 1877,
he was anxious to be admitted to
practice at the bar of the United
States Supreme Court, and a cer
tain Senator promised to introduce
him, but, upon discovering that
Justice Field was unfriendly to
him, this Senator retracted his
promise. For that tbe petitioner
called hiru a cqward and unworthy
the dignity of a Senator. He as
serts that he has been denied his
right to practioe ou account of the
hostility of Field to him; he theu
charges Justice Bradley with cor
ruption as a member of the Electo
ral Commission. He submits
charges against Justice Field and
Judge Harkness, of the Cal
ifornia District Court. These
charges, he says a former
Committee of the House stifled.
He charges Senator Blame with
packing Committees in the Interest
of banks, monopolies and railroad
corporations, when he was Speaker
of the House. He says he em
bodied these charges against Blame
in a petition to the House when
Kerr was Speaker. The Speaker
read his document, but declined to
present it. For this, Hastings says
that Kerr showed himself to be a
confederate of Blame. Ju consid
eration of these' facts, Hastings
wishes to be relieved from allegi
anoo to a Uoveiumeut which per
mits such things to be done. Hast
ings, a few years ago, attempted to
secure the impeachment of Justice
Field.
Sllll "ii Ilie Wlirulittou-t'Hcuec-it
Citve.
Washington, Jan. 26th.— The
House Committee on Elections
were in session five hours to-day,
having under consideration, the.
California congested case of Wig
glnton vs. Pacheco, After a gen
eral discussion by members of the
Committee with referenoe to votes
cast by non-residents for the re
spective claimants, tbe Committee,
without reaching a vote, adjourned
until Monday next.
Jones ou the Silver Bill.
New York, Jan. 26.—The Times'
Washington] special says: Senator
Jones, of Nevada, is cqnftdaut that
the Bland silver hill will pass the
Senate. He has made an estimate,
placing the vote at 53 in favor to 22
against. He disposes of the Pacific
Coast Senators thus: Booth, Jones,
Giover and Mitchell in favor of,
and Saigent agaiust the bill.
Tlie Famine lv t'ulutt.
New York, Jan 20.—A dispatch
from the United States Vice-Con
sul at Shanghai, reports that au
appalling famine is ragiug through
out four provinces of north China,.
Nine millions of people are report
ed dc.stitu.te. Children are daily
•smI.I hi the markets for fo.nl.
ft/bat 'lie roivrrs will All Uu
London. Jan. 2a.—Trustworthy
advices from Vienna indicate that
Austria has begun to look for some
thing more tangible than a geueral
assurance of Russia's good inten
tions, and has taken steps to ob
tain, at least, a formal diplomatic
pledge t hat the interests of mon
archy shall suffer no det
riment. Tbe communications ex
changed are said to have showu a
more earnest desire than ever on
the part of Russia to maintain the
good understanding hitherto pre
vailing and it is believed t,ha pres
ent exchange of views will lead to
a satisfactory issue. Germany also,
according tb a sptcial dispatch
from Berlin, hag, within a few
days, warned Russia, afresh that
the terms of peace mint be submit
ted to tlie Powers for approval.
Tv« sn,ii.lion lv Kulrlnud.
London, Jau. 20.—N0 definite
action has yet been decided upon
by the opposition. Many Liberals
are willing to await ths Govern
ment's explanation on Monday.
Before the explanations were
made last night, rumors
were freely circulated that
a dissolution of Parliament was
imminent in consequence of the
probable resignation of tbe Mar
quis of Salisbury and the disrup
tion of tbe Cabinet. Tbe situation
is now regarded as easier and Im
mediate dissolution is improbable.
The Admiralty has ordered the
dispatch boat Lively aad the
frigate Newcastle to be prepared
for sea immediately.
More About Euglauil.
London, Jan. 26.—1t is believed
Eail Derby's resignation, which
was tendered in consequence of the
orders to the fleet to proceed to the
Dardanelles, has since been with
drawn, it is also thought that the
Government will not deem it nec
essary to ask for a supplementary
estimate aud that a statement to
that ell'ect Monday will accompa
ny the announcement of the con
clusion of an armistice. If the vote
is persisted in, in face of Turkey's
acceptance of Russia's conditions,
it will be oppose I by the Liberals
by all the means In their power.
To tinlllUOlM Hud Back.
Gallipolis, Jan. 26.—Guns are
firing a heavy salute at the Darda
nelles. The English fleet Is com
ing.
Later—Admiral Hanby took his
fleet up the mouth of tlie Darda
nelles where, at the telegraph sta
tion, he received countermanding
orders, and iv compliance returned
to Besika.
Ponce CoucllHl. H.
Constantinople, Jan. 26.—Saf
vet Pasha has informed Minister
Layard that the Porte has made a
solemn engagement to keep the
peace. The conditions will be se
cret until the treaty is signed. It
has to-day telegraphed its plenipo
tentiaries to accept conditions. It
will communicate them to the Am
bassadors the moment they are
signed. It is again alleged that the
Russians are advancing on Galli
opoli.
MISCELLANEOUS.
STATE MINT
OP TUI CONDITTON OK THE
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES.
At tho closo of business, Saturday, Jan
uary l*th, 1878.
ASSETS.
Cash on hand at Los
Augeles $111,894 10
Cash in bun k wit h cor
respondents In San
Franc:seo 37,118 04
Cash iv bank with
correspondents in
New York, 1,819 Oi
Total cash $150,8i3 13
Bills receivable and
overdratts 768,4(11 44
Bonds aud warrants
{[.os Angela Hy
and county....' 1 33-3 36
Bank building, tw->
vaults, fixtures, etc. 24,6H 80
Real eitate taken In
foreclosure of mort
gages 11,889 5'J
$937,571 ;(2
Note—The amount of interest due and
accrued, but unedlected, is $19,737 14,
which is not included iv tlie foregoing
statement.
The assets are sitaatod In Lis Angeles
city, the evideuceof the being in
tho vaults of said, bank.
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock, paid
up $i 75 000 oa
Reserve fund 60,000 oo
Total capital 3526,000 00
Duo depositors 401,131 12
Due correspondents... 5,42 ii 38
Dividends unculled
fur 300 00
Profit and loss aco't,
undivided profits.... 22,711 82
8»57,571 32
Examined and found correct.
li. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN S. GRIFFIN,
EtTGIiNE MEYER,
Committee.
Isalas W. Hollraan, President, being
duly sworn, deposes and sajs that thu
foregoing statement of the condition of
the assets and liabilities of said bank is
true, to the bast, of his knowledge and
belief. ISAIAS W. HELL-HAN,
Piesidenf.
Sworn an 1 subscribed beforo
CHA.IL E. MILES,
Jl7-lm Couuty Recorder.
8 TATE M E N T
— OF THE -—
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES.
Of Iho Amount or Capital Actually Paid
up in Gold Coin.
Capital Stock, paid up in Gold $175,000,
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, \
County of Los Augeles, {
Itiaias Vy. HeHman, President, being
duly ijworn, deposes and says that the
foregoing statemejitof the.amount of cap
ital actually paid in Is true, lv the best of
his knowledge arid belief.
ISAIAS W. HHLLMAN,President.
Sworn and subscribed before
CHAS. E. MILES,
JI7-lm County Recorder.
germanlnstitute,
The undersigned, a German lady teach
er, who has a thorough knowledge or all
educational branches, the teaching of
music and* fancy works and has received
her diploma in Germany as a school
teacher and teacher of Kindergarten and
fancy works, Is now preparing to give
lessons to children and ladies In the Ger
man Language, Fancy Work; and Music,
at tbe COKNKR OF MAIN AND SEC
OND QTRE&TS.
TERMS.
Teaching tlio German language, fur
children '.v classes,two lessons per week,
per mouth, $2; young ladies, lv clas.ios,
$3 per month. Teaching single persons,
two hours weekly, for children, 14 per
month; for ladles, 95. Lessons in faucy
works; Wot children, $2permonih; fur
ladles, $4 per month, weekly, four hours.
Ptauo lessons, weekly, two hours, $8 per
month. ••• tmM
Office hours, every for*noon from 10 to
lie slock. Jal7-lm, IDABCHMIDI'.
-IFOR SALE,
AT FASHION STABLES,
A FEW THOROUGHBRED
Light Bramah Cocks & Hens,
The finest ever Imported to this oounty.
The in 11 brother chicken, ol thla lot ob
tained th. FIRST I'ltl/.ti at the late Fair,
and the parents were the first prize birds
at the large Poultry Exhibition at Chica
go two years ago. J2l-St
MISCELLANEOUS.
W. H. NORTHCRAFT,
(Successor to George Emerson, formerly
tucllouseof Jones & Emerson)
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Spring aud MurkTt Hts.
Regular sale day, SATURDAY at 11 a
m. Heat Estate, Merchandise, Furniture,
Livestock, Wagons, etc., snldunderthe
hammer, nnd tho sales conducted on the
business principles. ir« - t'ONBIGN-
ItEMTi SOLICITED. " u2(ltf
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
m W. NOYES
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST ,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends nnd the
public. Particular attention paid to Renl
Esmte sales. Regular sale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDA YS & SATURDA VS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I Intend to make my charges less
than those ol anybody else in the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the first $1000 and one percent,
on ull sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES,
WAGONS aud ail kinds cf property, and
pny cash.
N. B.—Saturday's sales commence atlO
A. m. and close at 4 p. K.
E. W. NOYE*,
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
nv2l
J. G. JACKSON
Dealer
Corner Alameda and Firtt Streets.
URALEK IN
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
HAIR.
T¥ GRiimTH &Tco.~
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
DBAI.EIIS IN
DOORS, WrNDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry | Woodworth & Co.'s
I.CJMUEXt YARDS
-AND —
PLANING MILLS,
ait*, la < 'oiiimerclnJ street, ticnr
Unilroa<l Uenot. mr-D-tf--
Tho Steams Ranchos,
AL*'KLl> UOHINKON, Trnstee,
via |||»vliet (§*•• Nau rritucitu'o, t'ul.
LJi \ i \4 \i \ ACRES UF LAND FOR
OUjV/Ul/ sale, iv lots to suit, suit
able for tbo culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, heacbe.s.
Apples, Pours, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
Flax, Kamio, Cotton, etc., and also many
thousaud acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures. Suit
able for Dairying,
Good water Is abundant at an average
defitbof six fuel from tbe surface. On al
moiit every anre of thin land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be irri
gated by Uie water of tbe Santa Ana river.
Moetoi tbose kinds are naturally moist,
requiring only good cuitivation to product
OTOpft.
THK MS -Oue -ton rih Casb; balance in
one, two aud three years, wltb 10 per cent
Interest.
I will lake pleasure in showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who ate
Invited to come and see this extrusive
bract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R, OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Anueles oounty, Due. 21,
1 W
FOR SALE
IN LOTH TO SUIT.
5000 Acres of tho Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
ter Association
Lands.
The best, orange nnd semi-tropical fruit
land lv the State; located in the heart of
the San Gabriel valley, aud in the midst
oi the oldest ami largest vineyards and
orange groves of Los-Angelas county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of laud from thin Association receives
not only his land but also a proportion
ate share of an inexhaustible water sup
ply, the most complete irrigation system
in the State, which has cost the Associa
tion already over $10,000 for ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water in trout of
every lot. Churches aud school houses
■ou tbe tracts. Tho H. P. R. U. passes
through tho lands. Tho orange orchards
and vineyards on these lands
and in the vicinity test their
capability tor this culture. The title is
perfect. Grant bargain und sale deeds
given. Prices reduced to suit the times.
A map of tlie Tract may be seen at the
office of P. Beuudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposite Pico House.
All communications addressed, to tho
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
V. W. WOOD, Seo'y.
nUtf Los Angeles, Cal.
EVERGREEN
CEMETERY.
Tlie proprietors of (lie above Ctinetery
oiler lols lor lhe uext
NINETY DAYS
nt HALF PRICEaud ou EASY MONTH
LY PAYMENTS.
SPECIAL ARUANOEMKNiS will be
made with those wishing to traiia/ei'
friends from other cemeteries to Ever
green Cemetery, at NOMINAL PRICKS,
11 application Is made Immediately.
Fur further Information apply to
ISAAC W. LOKO, St-oretary,
o«tf 82 aud M Main St., I .us Angeles, Cal
fj) f A A A HlmTL'mi ™!up
cdIZUII pJßmww
wiilWVt,««««w«st,n«touu.*
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS.
Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Clock,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Oal.
soptdU
John £. Jackson,
CIVIL ENOINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. elStl*
Wm. 11. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS OF TITLE, Including every
transaction from the earliest dates to the
present time, made with accuracy and
dispatch.
KO-ALLEN'B BUIDINTJ, corner Spring
and Temple Btreets.
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 i m
REMOVAL-
I have removed my oflice to
No. 10, MQTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining the new Postoffice.
T. I>. MOTT.
HOTELS.
E.S. UK'KNELL. P. B. KARQUHAR.
PACIFIC HOTEL,
BICKNELL & FARQUH AR,Prp9.
Adjoinlug Ilia Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving or ds
partlng from Lou Augeles. Street earn to
all parts of tbe city. Everything new
and clean. Board by the day or week at
reasonable rates. n24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
8. W. CRAICUE A CO..
Proprietors.
The St. Charles Is located In the bust
naaj centre or the city, and Is the larwest,
most elegant and completely organised
Hotel in Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
J. A. CORDON, Manager.
iMTWcsaeru Union Telegraph ia Hotel
ofllce. Jylltf
MOJAVE HOTEL,
3lojttYe Juuotion, Oul.
HpHLS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARKD
L to receive its niimerotw patrons Jgfip.
and Uie traveling public in general. Bo
ing eutirciy new and splendidly fur
nished, it itiftudts superior accommoda
tions.
ITS TABLE IP HOTK
Is second to none in Southern California.
THE BAR is supplied with the choicest
brands of wine_, llujuors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD KOOM la a'so
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for broukfast and
supper, it is the point of departure for
Ihe celebrated Inyo county mines, vie.—
Darwin, Wine Pine, Cerro Gordo and i im
am int. The office of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this botot, The patronage of •
traveling publle Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS & BOYD,
fe2l-tf Proprietors.
THE
Commercial Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
NOW OFEN.
SIERRA MA I) UK VILLA,
A. Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lands ul the sierra Madro Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the 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 thepjemlses.
For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
FOE SALE.
I offer my place, three-quarters oi a
mile from Downey City, on the Wlsuitng
toa road, ad>o4ning the at a bar
gain. It comprises
TWENTY ACRES,
Fil'teoo of which are In fruit, of choice
varieties. Tnore ar« eitrht acre* of Mus
cat grape*. Comlortable house on toe
prodihtee.
LOW PRICE A REASONABLE TERMS.
Immediate posse—lan will be given, li
itiWtved, with tt.« outire gusviug crop of
units, etc. Water rightaMotwd to land,
but no necessity tor use. Apply to
Jv4 ton O. m ALLEN, on the premises.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 1J TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
Lm Angelea. He baa tbe LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
Celi'ornia. Hie eld enatomen and the
public will find It the place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOESKINS,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CASSIMERES,
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the olty, tor whom he
has made clothing.
•erNo necessity ta send to Saa Fran
cisco Jbr good fitting suits. dectD-tf
MERCHANT TAILOR.
When yen wish to have olothes made
to order and a good At, call on
J. BERNSTEIN. NEW YORK TAILOR,
No. Ist MAIN ST.,
Between First and Market, Los Angeles,
and you will be sure to get a good fit, at
prices to suit. alt ltf
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
BANK
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL 000.000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN Preeident
Cashier
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISA I\S W. HELLMAN, KUOBXB MBYKR,
Q. W. Cuilds, L. C. BoenwiM,
Ohahlss Dvoohmom, Jong Mascahkl,
John s. Gairmt, c. E. Thou,
Frank Lbcouvrbvk.
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Buy and Hall
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the hlgheat price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and after this dale, on all moneys
hul as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Bank
Of Los Augeles.
Authorized Capital • 300,000
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPBNCE Oashlei
DIRECTORS.
M. S. Patuiuk, 8. U. More,
A. A. Wilcox. H. M abuky,
M. WeeuwoHTii, I. Lahkbhshiu,
O. S. WrramßßY, Jno. v. Capkon,
1. E, HOLLBKBEUJC,
This Bank ia prepared to receive de
posit* on open account, tesue Certificates
i»f Deposit, and transact v general Bank
ing Business.
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at chi rent rates ot exchange.
LBS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIN STREET,
Los Angeltti _ Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,080
J. .4. HI.AUSON President
K. k. BAKRR.. Vioe-Prealdent
J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier
DIRECTORS,
t, s Hi.AueoM, P. Bbauubt,
V. A. HouVBK, Ht)B(fJIT S. tAKIB,
J. HIXUV, Uu. W. PBBSOOTT
A. W. BtfWXAX.
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Buy uod sell CMSiange on San Franclaco,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin aad
Frankfort.
Buy exchange on all parts or the United
States aad Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
FOB BZEZLSTT.
FINE COTTAGE,
Containing Aye room., in the heart of tbe
city. »pl«-mUil view and good looatlon.
A six 100 m dwelling name, Id rood lo
cation; clone to bust n eta portion of th«
city; ban Juat been newly painted aud
pupvred. Apply to
P. BEAUDRY,
No. 51 New High St.. opp. Pico House.
MR
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NO. 53
SOCIETY NOTICES.
MasonicNotioe.
\Y«fUili Lodge are held ulh
/•*«/\ B rut MONDAY of each monto al
J 7:30 p. M. Membemof FWa"
pha, Me. 302, and all Master Maeoas It,
good .tending are corttally Invited.
By order of tba W: ■ Ml-
Chah. Smith. Secretarr.
~~JL 'HMIFU UNI,
•mf\* *H, f. A. * M. Tbe stated meet
Tl, M ing- ol this unn an halat an
/V\ th. third Monday" .aSh
month, at 7 p. ar.
By order of tb. W.'-II:
- HlLLiaa, aeo-y.
Lm &n«.1.« Chapter N«. 33, m : .
t Stated con venations oa a.
MONDAY of Wb awu
7% P. v. at Maaonlo Halt.
Sam.P..a£s£ 9I V
——- „_Js
L.i aaatl«< Cmm|| Nt. Irf
Mad Mutart, f. * *.
Hold. Ita stated au.mbllas on tho sta
Monday or each month at Maaonlc Hall
it 7 .as r. at Sojourning Compeal-maln
jrHMI .landing are fraternally Invited Lo
*"•"?.• „ ByordarofthaTh;. DI-.
R. 8. CUNNINGHAM, IU Border".
TEMPLAR
Holds ita aUtad conclave, at tha Aar- I
In Masonic Hall, on the Tk%
p- *!• .Sojourning Kolghta TeenpUr lni
rood atanding are cordially invited io .J"
ieaid. By order of the ""J.-,
■ €J". '
J. C. LIT-n.ariKi.p, Reoorder. ' Yj
I. O. Q.~fT 1
afl B■• «• Homilar meatus!.
Sfl BP of thla Lodged!?*beuTtwS!
« . 0>332
•'Mil Fel.owa' Hall, Downey Blaa?.
L — A» t «*e« l*dar« »»■ »*, I.
* m mm\9 7 *° £h at 7% o'clock. So
. , lournlng brethren in Mod
ilanding aro cordially Invited.
A. W - BAM »-»-«-
Iran,. Grave Encu-pfntat, No. 11,1.3.
RKOLLAR MMTIKOB halo
■■1 13*"° the second aad IVarCh
of each BoothM
Elo ."lenT 1^
B. M Aax. M ,.,erlb. CCUP ''° l '-
® Knights ef Pythiai.
7 o'clock, at tho Caetle-Hal].
Downey Block. All sojourning Knashte
In good .tending are •wrdiallylnvltS.
r. t. ». J- *■ DUNBMOOR.O. C.
C. E. MII.ES, K. of R, a '
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
* REGULAR MEETINGS •!
/MM thla Company will take Dimes
smmmm* on tb " a™' Wednesdsy eve
#■ IB nlng of each month, at t
Jm Bfc o'clock. By order,
W. 8. MOORE. Secretary.
C. F. HEINZEMAN A CO.,
Successors to J. B. SAUNDERA a OO
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, ;
78 Main Street.
LOS ANUKLEK
Tbe CHOICEST TOILhT /"OJICIJdS,
th.
PUREST E.RUGB and PATENT MKUM.
Blnea of all kinds, aar Prescriptions oare
lully compoanriad day and night nuaVtf-t
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
V. CHEVALIER'S
"DZR/UTa- STORE
Has been removed from SiIGNORET'a
BLOCK lo
Cardoua Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Maripoaa Store. S
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PATENT MEDICINES.
PERFUMERY,"BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
aW-Prcscrlptlons pre) ;i. d vrlth great
ar«o. ,latr
SIR ASTLKY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE!
The great English remedy for Nervous
Debility, Spermatorrhea and Premature
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
permanently, any case of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long atanding, and In either
aex, no matter from what came pro
duced.
The Vital Restorative
la a thoroughly scientific prescription, >a
not a quack nostrur-, hence penectly
•are to take; Is pleasant to tbe taste,
supplies to the oerebro-splnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The blood. rejuvenating and reinvlgorat
lngboth mind and body. Thousands,
both In thla conntry and tn Europe, can
testify In the great restorative properties
of thl. really great medicine.
Price, $3 per bottle, or four time. Ilia
quantity lor 110. Sent to any address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
A, E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident surgeon to Ihe
Orthoponllc Hospital of Philadel
phia,)
No. 723 Montgomery St., Sau Kranctaoo,
Sole Agent.
P. B.—DR. MINTIE cau be consul lad
In reference to tbe above complaint, dur
ing offlee hours from 9 a. at. tot p. at.
daily, and from t to 8 in iho evening.
Sundays, 10 a. at. to Ip. v. Conaultatlo v
Fhkk. Thorough examination aud ad*
vioe, |S. Full directions and advlsslraoi
with every paokage of medicine, tylttf
Montana Meat Market
FSUJtLINOKK i. FRANK, MJMMmI
The beet and lendereat M eaUjaOamT*
la the market. Nona but tha asafasK
Prlmnat Baaf and Mutton
ever to be found. Note tha aatdrssa—Mos>
La a. Meat Market. Matn Htrsst. aaar
Pint. Urn Aagolea

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