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VOL. IX.
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<-iit.it*.. -.1 t'voij morning except Mon
day,
BY
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TGri «5 FOR DAILY HERALD:
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I.OS ANBELES WEEKLY HERALD
• iiubllsheii every Satnnlav mnrnine.
TKRMS.
year,by rcall or expveßs.one copy..Bß*
Mil .i " " " " •*•! 8
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Mt« i tl.ements Inserted at reasonable
it tea.
All Kinds nt Jolt-Work done) to
I'aiaiM. with Has. Fraaclsr* la
«*rl«>e,s)t>lk. and Elosauue ol Work"
maitbulii.
LAWYERS.
11. K. S. O'MBI.VKNY. O. O. THAHTUH.
O'Melveny & Trantum,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8. ■trellU
Slock, Spring street, Los Angeles. Will
give exclusive attention lo all bnllnan
entrusted to tbem. jasw
V. K. HOWARD. P. H. HOWARD.
J. BROS3EAU.
Howard, Brosseau Si Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
ATLAW. Rooms, 66,67 and 08 Tem
ple Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
febg-tf
HENRY T. HAZARD,
A TTO UNEY AT LAW
COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, O. A.
Dobluson, Manager.
oKPICK — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
Uiook. 'ti"- 1 '
H. Ol HDBBKI.I.. RODNKY HUIMON,
District Attorney.
HUBBELL * HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.Rooms 3 and 4
Duoominun > Block, ooruor Main A
Coimnercli-1 streets, Los Augeles. may7-tf
A. OLASKEI.t., <»• H. SMITH
A. U. CHAFMAR, U.M.SMITH
IiUSSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
AT LAW,
up'r'lUK-TKMPLKBIiOCK up-slalrs, U<B
A iigolos. California. oc2-tf-2
~~ A. C. BAKER, '
At I'OIINKY - AT - L. AW,
BOOH 50, TEMPS BLOCK,
I.MS ANUELES, CAL. Jylslf
StSKitUN M. WUfTK. J. D. 811KN81.1..
WuMwU Si White,
ATTOIINKYS -AT LAW.
ufCl 'li flaslTl n, Temple Block.
aull tl
E. J. C. Kewen,
(Vfl'llUNKY AX LAW.
OKPIUI4 — Nos. M and 11, STBJt LITIS
BUiLDINU, Spring streel,
PI.IIRIE KEWKN will occupy the
saute rooms, conducting a Real Estate
Ageuoy, together with the business of
loaning inouey and the collection of bills.
slStf
PHYSICIANS.
\ Dr. L. fi. Joseph,
ll*h>-Hi<.'i!ii» uud SurjfiNin
) i\ilt 81 SPRING ST., Los Angeles.
V—
N. S. uyIMBKSON, H. D. 1.. H'UUIRB, M. U.
Urtk Giberson & Mctiuire,
(Successors to Dr. T. S. Stanway,)
OMce, Mlaln Street,over Dotter 'A Brad
ley's FuriiltureStore.
Kesideulce, -ul Main street, at the toot
ot Third • pjfrlin
"m. *.W, BICHArtDSOM,
l-*l»y sialan aud furycon
Uealueuite, Fo,rtHil|, I Office, No. 19 DOW-
Muena V" l * sH'oet. I neyßlock.up stairs.
J. M. JU.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
KOOMSUaud 1)5, OARDONA BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avonue, Kust
i.» Angeies, near ihe en J oi streel raii
"oflilie hours from li? to 12 A. H.; from 1 to
4 p. H. ap2utf
D. WISE, M, D,
Oh PICK IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS
Ausclea, Cal., ne.rlv opposite Court
tldusc. MurOlsßAeaa oif pjcmalks A
BPBCIALTY. ' I R _ _
J. Bechtinger, M. 1).,
(OP VIKNhA,)\
tgllVellOfAN Tq THK ITALIAN (N-
I dependent and French Ml. B. Socie
ties. Ooollatof the French HOcbltal in
sou r'r.iuclsuo. All ohroulo orjatiuale
qasbs nod opsratloue on the eyos av;.eud
ed to,
QpFJCK — No, 704 S.iciamentQ attopt,
.lutusrof lieuruy. 'tusldence—Sß. (ipr
aar nae'qu aipl Pac|Ho streets, San (■ rta
uts'po. oca |y
OR. HAXELTINE,
• DENTIST,
Hun removed to tha new ftud Bpaciou*
rmtiiiH, Son. 6 stud 12 CarUona Block,
Maiu Htrout* (formerly occupied by Dr.
Palmer) where ho will be happy to Hue
tils fileudH and for nut r patrons. iSit
vjyw nGcovusATD to families
CUITTARD'S
ACME COFFEE
For a trial,and we let ihe consumers be
the ludgesof Its merits.
*arAlso, importers and manufacturers
of Spices, chooolates, Teas, Oreain Tar
tar, Soda, Saleratus and Infallible Yeast
{•owder,
406 & 407 SANSOME BTBEEP,
d2»*m SAN FRANCISCO.
NEW YORK BREWERY
PHIL. LAUTH
(Sueeeaeai to Chris. Henae) Proprietor.
The (CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Suutu ol
Ban Pranotsoo.
Orders for DRAUGHT or rOTTLEU
Bssßiß promptly attended to.
Tke celebrated Beer from thla Brewery
defies oompotltlon in tbe State. m rS-tf
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
l*i«n««utfOr* «J one Moiltll.
Mojavb, Jan. 27.—G W Percy,
G B Redfleld. J E Peters, X, Zeck
eudorf, V Sepulveda, D M Adams,
H Spencer, S H Bonesteel, P W
Francis, T Hisom, B R Halves, M
Edwards, J G Johnson.
Mojave, Jan. 28.—F P Dann, S
Calvin aud wife, General Banning,
C F Elliott, W X Bower.
Nnowluic Heavily lv Virginia Clljr.
Virginia, Nev., Jan. 27.—1t is
now snowing heavily here.
San i'muulMoo l> .is.
San Francisco, Jan. 28.—The
workingmen held their usual meet
ing on the sand lots yesterday.
Jhere was a comparatively small
attendance on account ot the in
clemency of the weather. The pro
ceedings were quiet and no inter
ference was offered hy tbe police.
Leonara Sorensen, an Italian
gardener, was stabbed byacotiu
tryman of his on Dupont street,
between Pacific and Broadway,
last night. The trouble grew out
of a dispute over a game of bil
liards. Tlie wound is probably
fatal. The assallantescaped.
Two hoys, about 15 years old-
David Hennessey and Hugh Mc-
Closky—quarrelled yesterday on
Clementina street, when the latter
attacked Henuesiey with a hatchet,
Inflicting dangerous wounds.
The Sunday afternoon prayer
meeting at the Bella Union Theatre
yesterday, was interrupted by a
number of hoodlum boys, who
turned cats loose on the stage, fired
pistols und otherwise created a dis
turbance to such an extent lhat
many persons left the building, and
tbe meeting soon after broke up.
Iltiivlnl X.la ollbi N>a..ii nt <l||.
ro».
Gll.RoV, Jau, 28th.—Last night
occurred the heaviest rainfall ofthe
season, commencing at 7:30 and
ending at 3 A. M. In that time
1.40 inches fell, making the total
fall ofthe seasou 10.40 inches.
I.4'KlnlUtlVO llullllfH.
Sacramento, Jan, 28.—Tho As
sembly has concurrei] in the Senate
amendment to extend the time uf
publication of delinquent taxes iv
certaiu counties. The amendment
includes the counties of Kern,
Merced and Inyo withiu the oper
ation of the hills.
Howard, front the Committee on
Commerce and Navigation, re
ported favorably Senate Hill No.
108, declaring Sonoma river navi
gable, The bill passed under a sus
pension of the rules.
Sacramento, Ja,u. 28.—Senate
—There being no quorum, Pierson
moved a call of the roll, which wus
adopted. At the expiration uf
twenty minutes five Senators wore
brought in by the Sergeant-at-
Arrus and, after being placed tit.
the bar, they were allowed to
take their seats, sufficient excuse
being oll'ered. Tile delinquents
were Evans, Haymond, McOarvey,
Norton aud Murphy of Santa
Clara. The roll was again called,
when 21 Senators responded. Sec
retary Shoemaker uuuounced a
quorum present, when Pierson
moved for a recess until 2P. M.
Agreed to.
A Rotrila Dle| li Nnllctl.
San Francisco, Jan. 28.—A dis
patch appears in tho morning
papers here whicli has, perhaps,
been otherwise circulated, dated
Tuscarora, Nev., January 27th, an
nouncing grout, excitement over a
big strike iv (lie Navajo mine.
Tlie dispatch is bogus and
steps are being taken to discover
the perpetrator. Tba telegraph
manager at Tuscarova says that no
Mich a dispatch has been scut by
him. The supposition i 9 that the
line has been tapped by some
Knavish operator lor the purpose ef
eftectiug a deal in the market this
morning. All the stock exchanges
here have been nolitied and tho
game is spoiled.
Hires lulerrnpieil.
San Francisco, Jan. 28th.—The
Eastern wires are interrupted. No
overland report to-day.
Sua Francisco Iteuis.
San Francisco, Jan. 28.—1n the
City Criminal Court this hioi'uing,
un motion of Judge Lake, special
attorney f" l ' t,u " prosecution, tlie
charges against Kearney, Knight,
Wellock and Hay ward, of violating
the Gibbs ordinance, were indef
initely continued.
Clown Point has levied nu assesa,
lueiil of one dollar per share, delin
quent March |tIL
Will.! nUil llrtlii Mlorni lit Mln 1.1
tirua-F're.
Santa ORU2!, Jan. tttll,— l\ wind
aud rait) storm started in at dark
last evening aud continued during
the most of the night. Tlie sky is
liloudy at present, with indicalious
of more rain.
The blacksmith shop and store
room of the Feltou Kailroad Com
pany at the beach were set ou the
this morning about 1 o'clock. Tlie
former was destroyed and tlie latter
partially burned j loss, Including
{bolt, etc., $5,000.
Senator Anatomy lieiMl.
Qilroy, Jan. 28.-Hou. W. 55.
Auguey, Senator from Simla Clara
county, died at his residence, three
miles from this city, last night at
12:35, after a long and painful ill
ness.
allot a rlilflsmsii.
Virginia, Ney., 27.—Yesterday
afternoon Henry Doane, Deputy
{Jouuty Assessor, shot a Chinaman
nt his residence in Gold Hill. The
Chinaman was in his employ and
was caught in the aot of outraging
an eight-year-old, daughter of Mr,
Doane. Tha ball entered behind
the Chinaman's left ear, and he was
taken to tbe hospital. At last ac
counts lie was alive. Mr. Doane is
one of the leading citizens of Gold
Ulll and his act is universally sus
tained.
Tlie Itlmsd Queatlou of Railroad.
Washington, Jau. 28.—Uall
raad matter* of various kind* are
occupying a large share of the at
LOS ANGELES, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29. 1878.
lentlon of Congiesslonal Commit
tees at present, ami rival lobbies
have assembled in good force.
Their permutations aud combina
tions of interest are more numer
ous than their individual antag
onisms, hut aro equally evident ou
close inspection although, at first
glance, somewhat perplexing; for
instauce, the Central Pacific, Un
ion Pacific and Kansas Pacific lob
bies ull work together in opposi
tion toThurmaii'a sinking fund bill;
whereas tlio Northern Pacific and
Texas-Pacific lobbies for obvious
reasons favor it. They aro also more
or less disposed to log roll their re
spective projects by a union of
forces against the representatives
ofthe completed Pacific railroads.
The Uuiou Pacific and Kansas Pa
cific corporations are at swords
points on the pro rate question
which is now the subject of earnest
controversy before Congress.
The Union Pacific people,
led by Jay Gould, are
favorable to the Portland and
Salt Bake Itailroad project, which
tbe Huntington forces, unless than
the Northern Pacific Railroad Co.,
regard with extreme disfavor. This
conlrovery is al9o complicated to a
small extent by efforts of Washing
ton Territory people iv behalf of
the Walla \Valla& Seattle Railroad
project. The Union Pacific Rail
road takes little action against Col.
Thos. A. Hcott's efforts openly,
but undoubtedly is more inclined
to aid than oppose the Hunt
ington interests. Tlie influ
ence of tlie various railroad
rivals of the Pennsylvania
railroad company is, however,
strongly excited against the Texas-
Pacific bill. Thero are, in addition
to all the conflicts above indicated,
a number of apparently incompati
ble interests working to obtain aid
for Kasiprn branches of the pro
posed Southern trans-contiueutal
mud, but these interests, for Ihe
present, are lending assistance to
Scott's efforts, and the only lobby
opposition which he really fears is
that inspired by the Central Pa
cific promoters or owners of the
Southern Pacific Railroad of Call,
forum.
The i.ouinnuN Returning Board.
Niw Orleans, Jau. 28th.—An
derson, Cassanave and Conover re
main iv tlie Parish prison but will
give bail on Monday, Walls has
not yet surrendered himself but
will probably do so to-morrow
when tho trial will commence.
Tried to Stub a Trnlya.
Tot'EKA, Jan. 28.—An attempt
was made to rob the passenger
train ou the Atchison, Topeka &
Sauta Fe road, this morning, by
five masked aud armed men. They
were frustrated by the conductor
and baggage master who were
M illed witli carbines and several
shots wore fired, but vi one
harmed.
Tlie Texns-l'aoiflo.
Washinoton, Jan. 28.—The oral
arguments presented Saturday by
President Scott aud Vice-President
Brown in support of their Texas-
Pacific ltailroad bill made a strong
impression upon the Plouse Rail
road Committee, aud one of tho
new members, who has heretofore
been very doubtful ou this
proposition, says to-day there
is no doubt whatever of its
receiving a favorable report
and the earnest advocacy of a" de
tided majority of the Committee.
Tbe members aro incredulous
both a* to the desire and ability of
the California company to build a
southern transcontinental road
without the assistance of Govern
ment credit ami they also argue
that this route should, iv any
event, be devoted to a pompetiug
line.
Lorst DerbT Done Clo.
London, Jan. 28.—The moiuing
papers publish the ofticial an
nouncement that alter an explana
tion with bis oolleagues aud tht
stoppage of the fleet in Besika bay,
Lord Derby who had offered his
resignation at the same time as
Lord Carnarvon, continue* in of
llce.
Agricultural Affairs of California.
The following is an extract freai
the annual report of the Directors
of the Stale Agricultural Society,
recently held in Sacramento:
The average quality of wheat
rained during the season was fair.
The crou of barley was satisfac
tory, and generally good prices
were obtained. The quantity pro
duced, however, as With wheat,
also, was far below the yield of the
preceding year, a fact easily ac
counted for by the extreme dryness
of th* season. Iv 1876 there reach
ed Sau Francieco 10,516,018 centals
of wheat, produced in the State,
and lv 1877, 5,159,494, a falling off of
fifty per cent. In 1876 1,626,000
cental* of barley, produced in tbe
State, reacbed San Francisco, and
in 1877 775,738, showing a falling
oil'similar to that of wheat. The
season of 1877 was an unusually
dry one, not a drop of ,a ,n falling
in many grain growing portions of
the State. This year the prospects
are very bright. The lain, almost
in every instance, has fallen just
ns needed through the season
gradually nnd beneficially, cul
minating iv settled storms,
bringing a copious supply
of tlie life-giving nourish
meut. There Is every in
dication of it prosperous future, so
far as tlie productions of ths State
are concerned, thus strengthening
every calling aud business. The
product of wool in 1867 bears favor
able comparison with Unit ol the
E receding year, as in 1870 107,001
ales reached Sau Francisco, and
iv 1877, 147,60 U. Tne falling off
here, while it is large, was not so
disastrous as with cereals, although
the destruction of sheep arising
from want of proper nourishment
was very large, thousands falling
by the wayside. The prices of wool
averaged higher in 1877 than in
1876. The exports of wool by land
and sea amounted in 1877 t049,»G0,
--000 pounds; and in 1876 to 50,837,
--007, being a decrease of only 877,
--988.
The Board of Directors of tbe
State Agricultural Society respect-
fully ri commend to the Legislature
now assembled, the usefulness of
making liberal appropriations to
all the agricultural societies of the
State, so as to enable them to give
larger premiums than heretofore,
arousing au increased interest on
the part of the people.
MISCELLANEOUS.
~BT ATE MINT
OF TUB CONDITION OK TUB
Farmers' & Merchants* Bank
OF LOS ANGELES.
At the close of business, .Saturday, Jan
uary Will, 1878.
ASSETS.
Cash on hand at Los
Augeles $111,894 40
Oatta in bankwlth cor*
respondents In Sun
Frsnotsco 37,118 04
Cash in bank with
correspondents in
New York. 1,810 03
Total cash $150,82:1 13
Bills receivable and
overdraws 708,431 44
Rouds aud warrants
(Los Augeles city
aud county 335 33
Bank building, two
vaults, fixtures, elc. 28.614 80
Real eitate taken In
foreclosure of mort
gages 11,533 59
$957,571 32
Note—The amount of interest due and
accrued, but uuollected, is $19,737 14,
which is not included in the foregoing
statement.
The assets are situated In Lis Angeles
city, tbe evidence of the same being in
the vaults of said bans.
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock, i>ald
up $475,000 00
Reserve fund 50,000 00
Tolal capital $525,000 Ov
Due depositors 404,133 12
Due correspondents... 5,43s 38
Dividends uncalled
for 300 00
Profit and loss acc't,
undivided profits.... 22,711 82
jjjgtWl M
Examined aud found correct.
L. C. GOODWIN,
JOHN S. GRIFFIN,
EUGENE MEYER,
Cominlltco,
Isaiai W. Bellman, President, being
duly sworn, deposes and says that the
foregoing statement of tbe condition of
tbe assets and liabilities of said bank is
true,to ths best of his knowledge and
bollef, ISAIAS W. HELLMaN,
Piesldeut.
Sworn an 1 subscribed before
CHAS. E. MILES,
Jl7-lm Couuty Recorder. !
STAT E M E N T
OF THE
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES.
Of Ihe Amount of Capitul Actually Paid
up iv Gold Coin.
Capital Stock, paid up In Gold $175,000
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 8H
County of Los Augeles.) *
Naias W. Hellman, President, being
duly sworn, deposes and says that the
foregoing statement of the amount of cap
ital actually paid in Is true, to tbo best of
his knowledge and bollef.
IMAIAJJ W. HELLMAN. President.
Sworn aud subscribed before
CHAS. E. MILES,
Jl7-lm County Recorder.
GERMAN INSTITUTE,
The undersigned, a German lady teach
er, who has a thorough knowledge of all
educational branches, the teaching of
music and fancy works and has received
ber diploma in Germany as a school
teaetier and teacher of Kindergarten and
fancy works, is now preparing to give
lessons to children and ladles lv the Ger
man Lauguage.-Fancy Work and Music,
at the COHN ER OF MAIN AND SEC
OND STREETS.
TERMS.
Teaching the German language, for
children in classes, two lessons per week,
per month, $2; young ladies, in classes,
$3 per month. Teaching single persons,
two hours weekly, for children, $4 pev
month; for ladles, $5. Lessons in fancy
works: For children, $2 per n.on,ih; for
ladles, $4 per mount. weekly, four hours.
Piano lessons, weekly, two hours, $S per
month,
Offlee hours, every forenoon from 10 to
11 o'clock. Jal7-lm IDA SCHMIDT.
FOR SALE,
AT FASHION STABLES,
A FEW THOROUGHBRED
Light Brain ah Cocks & Hess,
The finest evor Imported to this county.
Tbe full brother chickens ot this lot ob
tained the FIRST PRIZE at the late Fair,
and the parents were tbe first prize birds
at the laree Poultry Exhibition at Chica
go two years ago. J2l-8t
THE SUN.
1878. NEW YORK. 1878.
Ai the ttins approaches for tbe renewal of
subscriptions, tho Hun would remind Its
friends and well-wishers everywhere, tbat it
Is again a candidate for tbeir consideration
and support. Upon ltd record for tbe past
ton yoars it relies for a continuance ot tbs
hearty sympathy and generou* co-operation
wblch bas hitherto boon extended to it irom
every quarter of the Union.
The daily Bun is a four page sheet of 28 col
umns, price by mail, post paid, oft cc.v a
month, ur $0.60 per yoar.
The Hunday edition of tbe Run is au eight
page sheet of id culuilus. While giving the
news of the day. It also contains a Targe
amount of literary and miscellaneous matter
specially prepared for It. Tbe Sunday Hun
bas met with groat success, rust paid $1.20
a year.
The Weekly Hun.
Who does not Know the weekly Bun ? It
circulates throughout tbe United States, the
Oauidas, aud beyond. Ninety thousand fam
ilies greet Its welcome pages weekly, and
regard It in th« light of guide, counsellor and
friend. Its news, editorial, agricultural aad
literary departments make it essentially a
journal for the family and tbe fireside.
Tonus: One Dollar a year, post paid. This
price, quality considered,makes It the cheap*
eet newspaper published. For dubs often,
with $ie cash, we will send au extra copy
free. Address.
PUBLISHER OF THK SUN,
nov3-tf New York Olty. M. Y.
Burneil k Clementi,
Lsndsoape Gardeners and
Garden Contractors,
[Btf No. ]»5 SPRING ST.
MISCELLANEOUS.
W. H.NORTHCRAFT,
(Successor to George Emerson, formerly
the House of Jones <fe Emersou)
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Spring aud Market. SU.
Regular sale day, SATURDAY at II a
H. Real Estate, Merchandise, Furniture,
Livo Stock. Wagons, etc., sold nnderthe
hammer, and the stiles couducted on the
be«t business principles. fItrcUNaiON
MENTH SOLICITED. nVIOtf
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
m W. ITOYES
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite ibe Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses aud rolling stock,
W EDNES DAYS A SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I Intend to make my charges less
than those of anybody else in the busi
ness, charging on real estatv two per
cent, for the first $1000 and one percent,
oa all sums abovo tbat amount.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSE*.
WAGONS aud all kinds uf property, and
P iy casn.
N. ti.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
a. m, and close at 4 v. K.
E. W. NOYE*.
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
nv2l
J. G. JACKSON
Ijumber Dealer
Corner Alameda and First Streets.
UKALKK IN
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
HAIR.
J. M. GRIFFITH & ciT
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
DIALERS IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTB, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
-AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
r_.IJM«EXt YARDS
— A N II —
PLANING MILLS,
No. le etreet, am
ititiiru.nl Depot. mrno-ir—
The Steams Ranchos,
rILFUKD KOBINMON, Truatee,
■>%i llark4«l Si., Man Frnucl*e«>, 4'nl.
Ljtf \ i \( \( \ ACRES OK LAND FOR
o\Ji\J\J\J sale, in tut* lo suit, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
UniespFiaM, Almonds, WalnuUi, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also uiauy
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average
depth of six feet from tbe surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and
Che more elevated portions can be irri
gated by Uie water of the Santa Aua river.
Most of tlieso kinds are naturally moist,
requiring only goud cultivation to product
crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance in
one, two and three years, with lv percent
interest.
I will take pleasure in showing these
lands to purlieu seeking laud, who are
invited to come and see this extensive
bract beiore purcbasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angela,county,Dec. -f,
1 87
FOR SALE
lIV LOTH TO SUIT.
5000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
ter Association
Lands.
Tbe best orange und semi-tropical fruit
land iv the State; located in tbe heart of
the San Gabriel valley, aud In the midst
ot tbe oldest and largest vineyards aud
orange groves of Los Angel en county.
No water ratea charged. Tbo purchas
er of laud from this Association receives
not only his land but also a proportion
ate shar* of an inexhaustible waler sup
ply, the most complete irrigation system
In tbe State, which has cost tho Associa
tion already over $40,000 for d I ton oh, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water iv iront of
every lot. Churches aud school houses
on tbe tracts, Tbe U. P. it, R. passes
through, the lands. The orauge orchards
and vineyard. on these lands
aud In the vloinlty test tbeir
capability for this oulture. The title is
-perfect. Grant bargain nnd sale deeds
given. Prices reduced to suit the times.
A map of the Tract may he seen at the
office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposite Pico Bouae.
All communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
•F. W. WOOD, 8eo»y.
nl.ltf Los Angeles. Cal.
EVERGREEN
CEMETERY.
Tbe proprietors of the above Cemetery
offer lots tor tbe next
NINETY DAYS
at HALF PRICE and on EASY MONTH
LY PAYMENTS.
SPECIAL. ARRANGE MEN , S will be
mad. with tbose wishing to tranafer
friends rrom other oemeterles to Ever
green Cemetery, ul NOMINAL PRICES,
it application Is made Immediately.
For further Information apply to
ISAAC W. LORD, Ssoretary,
oetr ft! aud st Main St.. l-os Angeles, Cal
(MO Aft »T.JSK*rK
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUD3ON, GILLETTE It SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms It and 14, MeOenald Block,
Main St., MX* ANGELES, Cal.
sepWU
John £. Jackson,
civir. engineer and hurveyor.
Room 41 Temple Block. sistf
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTB OK TITLE, lnoluelng every
transaction from the earliest datea to the
present time, made with acouraey and
dispatch.
eTALLES's BUIDING, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
James C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
VEYANCER.
OFFICE-Temple Block (part or old Bank
Building).
Commissioner of Deeds Tor the State of
Indiana. a* lm
REMOVAL
I have removei my office lo
No. 10, MQTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining thu now Postoffice.
T. I>. MOTT.
d2J-lni
HOTELS.
K. H. BICKMILL. n. B. K.UUHHaK.
. PACIFIC HOTEL,
BICKNELL <fc FARQUHAR,Prps.
Adjoining the Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving or de
parting from Los Augeles. Street oars to
all parti of tbe olty. Everything new
aud clean. Beard by the day er week at
reasonable rates. u24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
8. W. CttAIQUE & CO..
Proprietor*.
Tho St. Charles is located in the busi
ness centre or the city, end Is the largest,
most elegant and completely organised
liotel lv Southern California.
Free coach to the bouse.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
oa-Western Union Telegraph In Hotel
office. Jylltf
MOJAVE HOTEI,
LVlctJave Junction, Cal.
TUI9 HOUSE IS NOW PEPARKD <Ask
to receive its numerous patrons Jra^
and the traveling public in geueral. Sw
ing on tin iy new and splendidly lur
nl-h.-ii, it affords superior accommoda-
Uous.
ITS TABLE D> HOTE
Is second to none In Southern California
THE ■ Alt Is supplied with tbe oholuest
brands of wintK, liquors aud cigars.
An elegant. InLLIAItD ROOM Is also
attached to tho house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an.l
supper. It is the point of departure for
tbe celebrated Inyo county iitinea, YnV—
I>arvvln, Pine, Cerro Uoido utnl I nn
amint. The office of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The patronage of o
traveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS <£ BOYD,
fe2l-tf Proprietors.
THE
Commercial Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK.
Formerly Hetel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA HADRE VILLA,
A Private lintel on ths tucsa or table
lands ot the Sierra. Madre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view ol* valley
and mountain, overlooking the Han Ga
briel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
nil modern conveniences.
A School ror children on thepjeinlses.
For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
FOR SALE.
I oftor my plaoo, three-quarters of a
mile from Downey CMy, on ihe WlUntng
toa road, adjoining the College; al a bar
gain. It comprises
TWENTY ACRES,
Firteeo or whioh are in (run, of aholee
varieties. There are eight acres or Mus
cat grapes. Coinlorlable bouee on the
premieea.
LOW PRICK A REASONABLE TERMS.
Immediate poeeeaslen will be given, U
desired, with the entire gaaovlng nop ul
lrults, etc. Water right attanliwd to land,
hut no necessity far use. Apply ta
Jy4 am o. H. ALLEN, on the premieea.
MIBCBLLAK«OUS.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionble Merohant Tailor,
No. 13 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He haa the LAMEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT la Southern
C.lferula. Hie old customers and the
public will and It the elaoe to gel BKw
STYLES and KITTI.vQ obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOESKINS,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CASSIUKRmW,
VELVET H BILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Raters to the prln
clpal aentlemea of the elty, lor whom h.
Use made eiotblng.
ear No necessity to seat to Saa Fran
cisco tor good attiag suit.. deeW*tf
MERCHANT TAILOR.
When you wish to have oletae. made
to order and a good fit, sail aa
J. BERNSTEIN, NSW YORK TAILOR,
No. lt» MAIN ST.,
Between Flrat and Market, Loi Angelee,
and you will be euro to get a good fit, at
prloee te suit. si* ltf
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' A MERCHANTS'
BANK
Of Log Angeles.
CAPITAL 600,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HSLLMAN -.President
Cashier
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isaia* W. Hillman, Busbk Mbtkh,
Q. W. CHilw, L. C. Boenwm,
Chahlks Dotomhutv, Joss Maboakkl,
Jon m s. Gairrix, C. E. Th«b,
Fkauk Laoocvsaoß.
Exehasge for sale oa
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Dtpeeits and Isiue Their
Certificates.
Buy and Soil
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, OOUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
und Sliver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
■eit as Term Deposit.. Interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Bank
Of Log Angelea.
Authorized Capital • 300,000
M.S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENCK Ce.Qt«
DIKECTORH.
M.S. Pathiuk, S. li. Morr,
A. A. Wilcox, M. Masdkt,
M. Woouwoktii, 1. Lankkssuiii,
L>. S. WITHBSHY, Jno. o. CaFSON,
J. E, IIOLLBKBIOK,
Tills Bank Is prepared to receive de
posit, ou open account, kssue Certificate.
"»f Deposit, and transact a general Bunk
hu; Busluesa.
Colleetkotis made and proceeds remitted
atontrvut rates im' exobange.
LOS ANGELES CBUNTY BANK.
MAIN STREET,
Loa Angelea C»l
Capital Stock (paid up;, 300,000
J. K. SLAUBON - Pre.ld.nt
11. v. BA KUR ....Vice-President
J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier
DIRECTORS.
1. S Si AVHOM, P. BIAUBBY,
V. A. IIOOVBH, ItOBBB* S. BAKBB,
.]. IIIXUV, lIW W. Phssoott
A. W. BoWßtAjr.
Uccelve Savings Rsak deposit..
iiuy and sell e.xWiuitgu ou San Frauolseo,
New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin sad
Frank fort.
Buy esohange ou all parts of the United
State, sod Europe.
Receive money on open account aad Cer
tificate or Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
FOE ZRIEHSTT.
FINE COTTAGE,
Containing five rooms, lv the beart of the
city. Splendid view and good looatlon.
A six loom dwelling bouse, la good lo
cation; close to buaTnesa portion of the
city; bus Just been newly painted aad
pupered. Apply to
P. BEAUDRY.
Ne. 81 New Hlgk St.. opp. Pico House.
o«31
A PHYSIOLOGICAL
View of Marriage I
m2;m2."J*
mrmmt mt %mq¥***4k*\*mmmm mm*
»l~^fce.eg^~ee^ ( .Is v. _
>■« .hftieeiel y** o"MSb^me««re,
ttgVleyi!^^ie«rweietWpleeie.«»to»
mm
ml. o>n AWKKKtoagonu.no
10 mil outfit FREE P. O
BY. Augusta Maine. .ertJwiy
NO. 54
SOCIETY NOTICM.
Maaenlo Hetioe.
•r.lMOMlfv efeaoh .ViSu iS
' x 7:30 r. M. Mem ben nfrT i
P-a. No STO, and " ffriir M JSTiI;
good standing are oorilally lnnus.
By order of the W: • M:.
Chas. smith. Secretary.
A «•■*""■»'■* UN.. Ne'
i/V »*. **■ A* M. The stated aseet
JkVmK lags of this UMge are hold aa
r >tr\ the TH'BD MUNDA V of eaaS
mouth, at; p.m. ****
By order ofthe W:- If:
- Hi£i.a», Hear.
Lis Angeles Chleter Nt. 33, v : .
in «w Stated nulla bj aa I
If MONDAY
J?*, »■ m. at Maaaaia Mall
Baf all Sojourning MDauleai la
f» Xlfl rite*. By order of
1 f Sak. Pkaobr,
***aaaaJ Seortary, ,
Lis anaale* Ce.aell M t . || $lmmj aaa
5.1..1 Muter., F. 4-. «7 ,
Held* lv stated aeeambllas 4, 1
*•■£*'' •*<"> ■oath at Neonate JEaJI [
[•ed .landing ar- £ '
•ttead. By order of tha Th-"n?
- «. ou^i t
KNI a TSTE MPL A It*'
Cmu ' m.
Holds iv stated eenelavee at tha Amm.
lv» lo Maeenle stall, "a tb., t4E
rHURSDAY o< j
bs> B HrSOT ffi?i
J. O. LlTTLgrilxD. Reoerder. "*
I- O. O. F~.
A "«elleo Loehra Mm aaa.
Lea Aegem »a,l.a),
o»oh tak at TW .veloei «a
, looming brethrea in seed
Handing areoordlally lavltod.
A. F~«, 11,. »*»»■» ••
lnr.ee Brave C>e«aia«eaat, ij,. »|, n.
5I3 h toSum "" n *»««- K £^»T^^
B. MA^.aerlbe. 0 00^- -""
®Knl|httjif Pythias.
Down*/ Block. All sojouralng KoiaSw
In good atanding aro wrdJaJlylarttiS.
J- *• DUNBMOOR, 0. O.
C. E. Milks, K. of R, a.
Confidence Engine Company Ne. 2.
, REGULAR MXBTINeIS af
/IH tkui Compan t will take plaae
on the flrat Wednesday ova.
MM PJB ning of each moath, at li
<■ sV o'clock. By order,
nr. a. MOOR!!, ao.rotary.
C. F. HEINZEMAN & 00.,
Buoeeeeun to I. B. BAUNDKB* A CO.
DRUB6ISTS AND CHEMISTS,
Ttt Maiu Streset.
LOS ANOELEK.
The CHOICEST TOILAT ARTICLES,
PUREST LHUUB and PATKinf"aiT6J>l.
iln.s of all kinds, aar Prescriptions eare
lolly ooasaooaded day aad nigbt. na«m
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
V. CHEVALIER'S
DRUG- STORB
lias been removed from aIQNORBT'S
BLOCK lo
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AHD OTHER FOREIGN
PATENT MEDICINES.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
ear Prescript lons piei , r. d with great
areo. jitf
SIR AST LEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE l'
Th. great English remedy for Nerveue
Debility, Bpermatorrbea aud fr.mature
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
permanently, any case of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervoua Debility, either
acute or of long standing, and In either
sex, no matter from wnat oauee pro
duced.
The Vital Restorative
la a thoroughly scientific prescription, 1*
not a quack noatruni, hsnoe perfectly
aate to take; Is pleasant to tbe taste,
supplies to the cerebro-splnal and aym
patbetlc system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Inrlohes
The blood, rejuvenating and reinvlgorat
luk both mind and body. Thoueande,
both In this country and In Europe, can
testify to the great restorative propertleej
of this really great inedlelne.
Price, $8 per bottle, or four times tbo
quantity tor 110. went to any address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIK, M. D.,
(Graduate of tke University of Pennsyl
vania and late Kesldent burgeon to tbe)
Ortboposdle Hospital of Philadel
phia,)
No. 721 Montgomery St., San Kranoleoo.
Sole Agent.
P. h. - DR. MINTIE can b* ooaeultoel
In reference to the above complaint! dur
ing office hours from t a. a. lo 3 r. sr.
dally, and from 6 lo I lv tbe eveutog.
Sundays, 10 a. m, to Ip. m. Consultsale tl
PKBR. Thorough examination aud ad*
vloe, 85. Pull directions and advleo fraol
wl t b every package of medicine, ly ltlf
Montana Meat Market.
FKOtLINOKR A FRANK,
The beet aad teadereat llauß
la the market. Non. but tbe aMaSB-X.
Prlmaat laef anal Muttem
ever to be found. Note tbe addraaa—Male
taua Meat Market. Main tttrsat. Bear
Ftret, La. Aagele.

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