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£0$ Jjrnflrlrs §,*talu\ Publlibi'4 6V*i y mnrutiiK except Mon ti uy, by .IQSKIMI U. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: or uuuuin, by mall oroxpross 810 Six months '* '* J L'brsjcj months '* " 3 ■Slivered by carriers, per week, 26 cents ifISANGELES WEEKLY HERALD • publlabed every Batardav moraine tmrmm • ia<> yeaiitv iujul orexpro«i,one«opy..WUt "U roonlbu, " " ' 'j rbwaa " " " " * .<lv.-ilMra.au Inserted »f reasounble .11 Htu.la ul Job-Wm-k <love to t'uuipote Willi nbi. rnuiolwo In I'rler.Htyle, anil Elegance ol Work. lllfkllHtll p. LAWYERS. V.H HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD. J. BROSSEAU. Howard, Brosseau & Howard, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Rooms, 68,67 and 68 Tam il I c Block, third door, Los Angeles. teli3-tf HENRY T. HAZARD, ATTORNEY ATLAVV COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, O. A. \J Doblnson, Manager. OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey block. laM-tf S. C. HtIHBKLI.. BODNEY HUDSON, District Attorney. NUBBELL A HUDSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW.Hooms 3 and i Ducommuns Block, corner Main A Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-tf A. QLAMSKLL, O. ST. SMITH A. 11. Oil AFMA N, IX. St. SMITH GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, AT LAW, OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up stairs, Uis Angeles. California. 002-tf— 9 A. C. BAKER, vTTOH N KY - AT - I- AW, ROOM 50, TEMPS BLOCK, LOS ANUKLES, CAL. JylStf BTkrHKM H. WHITE. J. I>. Hit X NELL. Bicknell & White, ATTOHNKYS AT LAW. OFFICE—Room OJ, Temple Block. aull tf E. J. C. Kewen, ATTORNEY A'i' LAW. OKKICIi — Nos. lo and 11, STRELITZ BUII.DINU, spring street. PtfßßlK KKWEN will occupy the same rooms, conducting a Real Estate Agency, together with the business of loeuilug money und the collection of bills, suit SMea^ssSKassassssEeseaESßßaeasaßßßanaaaajaaMaaM PHYSICIANS. ST. S. OIBEBSON, M. D. 1.. M'OUIBE, M. D. Drs. Uiborsou & McUuire, (Successors to Dr. T. S. Stauway,) Office, Main Slieel, over Cotter 4 Brad ley's FurnltureStorc. Hesidsnce, Mum street, at the foot ol Third. oal-lm Or. N. P. RICHARDSON, :'!»y wloiuii and Purgeoa llosidence. Fort Hill, I Offlce.No. 10DOW ttueua Vlsla street. I ueyßieok,upstairs. J. HANNON, M. D., COUNTY PHVHICIAN. I >OvrMS 14Ud 15, OAUDONA BLOCK. JL\ Itoatdenea Downey Avenue, Jb*sst i.<>i Angeles, near the end of street run way. utilcu hours from lv tv l'J a. m.; from 1 to 1 F, 11. ap2U tf K. 1)7 wise, m. d. Of riOH IN CAII DON A BLOCK, LOS Angeles, Cul., neirly opposite Court House. UCfT DISEASES OF FEMALE** A Specialty. auls J. Bechtinger, M. D., (OF VIENNA,) IJMYSICTAN TO TIIE ITALIAN IX depeudent hull French M. B. socie ties. Ocullstof thr> French Hospital In Sun Frauuisou. All chronic obstlnate oases aud uptu-atious on the eyes attend od 10, OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street, corner oi Kearny. Uesidence —Hi:, cor* iter Mason and Pacific streets, San Fran oisoo. oc3 ly OR. HAZELTINE, DENTIST, Hub luinovuii to t Uu new and spacious rooms, Nos. tt aud v Cardona Block, Main street, (formerly occupied by Dr. Falme.) where he will be happy to see his friends aud former patrons. feSif RECOMMEND TO FAMILIES CUITTARD'S ACME COFFEE For a trial, and we let the consumers be the judges of Its merits. HrlT'Also, Importers and manufacturers of Spices, Chocolates, Teas, Cream Tar« tar, Soda, Salerauis und ltifalllbLe Yeast Powder. 405 & 407 SANSOME STREET, U29-Btn SAN FRANCISCO. NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAUTH (Successor lo Chris. Henße) Proprietor. Ttie CLEAREST, PUREST aud MOST BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Soulu of San Francisco, orders for DRAUGHT or fOTTLED Hc.b.R promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery denes oomnetltlon in the State. mrs-lf J. Q. JACKSON Lumber Dealer Cerner Alameda and Fir it Streets. SEALER IN DOORS. WINDOWS, BLINDS, POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS, SHAKES, PLASTER OF PARIS, CEMENT AND HAIR. Los Angeles Daily Herald. Morning Telegrams. fH.aeuirerll Uulut; Houcli. Mojave, Feb. B.—Dr. Perisna and family, Mrs Grant, C H Stoddes and family, Mrs N Davison, Mrs C Cole, J R Soufham, DeWittC West and family, E E Potter, J H Helm, J Hamilton, S Fairer and wife, E 8 Bremen and wife, Chas Oerrlsli, E 8 Rodgers. ■.vxl.lntlve. Sacramento, Feb. Bth.—Assem bly—A petition was presented by Tobin from the German-speaking section ofthe Workingmen's party of tho United States at Ban Fran cisco, asking for proper compensa tion for delegates to the Constitu tional Convention in order that the privileged and wealthy classes who alone can afford to servo without compensation may not obtain pre ponderating influence Id said Con vention, and asking also that dele gates may be elected by a direct vote of tho peoble. Referred to tho Special Committee on Constitu tional Convention. TUt Nucrnu lv Flood. SACRAMENTO, Feb. B—l A. V. — There is nothing new about the break in the Sutterville levee. Tho water has risen outside of the R street leveo some six inches since yesterday. It is not determined yet whether au attempt shall bo made to close the break at Suttor villo. It begau to rain hard last night at 10:30 with good prospects for a night's rain. Dispatches say it is snowing above Placerville and raining at Placervllle. At eleven o'olook Ht S ,- miuit it was cloudy and cold. At Emigrant Gap, the same. The thermometer there stood at 30°, all of which Indicates continued low water in the American River. The Sacramento Rivor has fallen some four Inches, being eight inches lower than the highest figures of the season. Pumps are now at work relieviug the city of its drainage. The rain, however, will probably incommode the stieets In the southwestern part of the city. More persons will be put to work to-morrow. Capt. Foster, Superintendent of the Central Pa cific Railroad shops, has consented to close the break in the Sutter villelevou, ten citizens having giv en him a bond of $10,000 to repay him for all outlay. 11. R. Crocker has already protected tho cords of the break to prevent its further widening. Sau FrAiiolMCO Market*. San Francisco, Feb. S.—Wheat —Shipping, 51.02i@2.U0; milling, $firstname.lastname@example.orgJ. Bailey- Feed, $1.32j @1.37J; brewing, $email@example.comJ. Oats—Feed, 51.40ft)1.50; milling, $1.50©1.70. Corn—Large yellow, $1.47*®1.52J; small round, $1.05® 1.70; while, $1.77J@1.80. Spuds— medium ti> good, firstname.lastname@example.org; early rose, $2.50@2.G3. Way—Sl 1@1!). Attempt* tl Mnriaur sihil Hn#eee*|sil Balelsl*. San Francisco, Feb. B.—About 1 o'clock v. it., to-day, Nicholas Larco aud an Italian named Jeasa ro, who were opposing parlies in a law suit, met at the law office of L. S. Clark, Sherman Building, cor ner Montgomery aud Clay streets. Some disagreement arose between them, and after an angry conversa tion, Larco started down stairs ac companied by Mr. Spllvalo. Jessaro followed them, and when purt way down stairs drew a pistol, and flretl a shot at Larco, missing him. He then put the pistol to his own head and sent a ball through his brain. The parties had had previous disagreements aud Jessaro had several times threatened Lar co's life. Autlersou I hr 4»r|iol Usurer, (*<>■■ ml Utility. New Orleans, Feb. B.—Judge Wlilttaker charged the jury at 9:30 last night and they retired. Nobody expected a verdict last night, but at 10 o'clock a loud knock from the jury room announced that a ver dict had been reached. Counsel were sent for, aud Judge Cullom, of the defense having arrived, the Court was opened. Judge Wit taker asked tbe foreman the usual questions when tbe verdict was given to the clerk. General Ander son was deathly pale, twisting ner vously the head of his rtano be tween bis Augers. The verdict was read as follows: " We And Thomas C. Anderson guilty, and reccom mend him to the mercy of the Court." Defense asked for a poll ing of the Jury and each juror, his name being called, was asked, "is this your verdict ? " All answered In the affirmative. The jury was then discharged and the prisoner remanded to await sentence. Some of Anderson's friends at once sur rounded him and accompanied him to the jail. Judge Whittaker this morning alluded to tbe statement that Wells had said he could give any amount of bail, but he had not made up his mind yet, and said he would then raise it $20,000. Wells was interviewed regarding the matter and denies that he made the alleged statements, and asks for speedy release from confinement, which is impairing bis health. Decllue lv Bualueaa. New York, Feb. 7.—The Clearing House exchanges 'or the week end ing tbe 2d inst., show a great aud general decline iv business as com pared with the corresponding week of last year. I'uskh aaliiui.l. Washington, Feb. B.—Senate —Whyte said that It did not seem possible that the Senate could reach a vete on the silver bill to morrow. He therefore moved that when the Senate adjourn to-day It be to meet Monday. Allison, in charge of the silver bill, opposed the motion and called for the yeas and nays. The motion was agreed to, ayes 78; nays 24. Hall. Tliumii r. I.lsh tuluir, Enrlli quako iwitl C'yeiuua. Augusta, Ga., Feb. B.—About 7 o'olock last evening this city was visited with a shower of hail, foi LOS ANGELES. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9. 1878. lowed by a rain storm, accom panied by thunder and lightuing, aud the rumbliug aud tremorof an earthquake. This was followed a little after one o'clock by a cyclone, which struck the city on the south west, near Center street, and de molished residences in its line, also the lower market house was literally lifted aud smashed Into atoms. Several brick and wooden buildings were wholly or partially destroyed. The cyclone traveled from southwest to northeast, and covered a space of about three hun dred yards in width. Some cas ualties are reported. Oliif P.I l.i •. it Im.«,f 1.. ■Mill. Baltimore, Feb. B.— Archbish op Gibbous was this morning offi cially informed ofthe Holy Fath er's death and requested to com municate the intelligence to the other Archbishops. Il«.r. or lb. U«.orKltt cyclone. Augusta, Oa., Feb. B.—The Co lumbia railroad depot was rendered a total wreck by the cycloue. Some damage was done to the Cen tral railroad depot, and many new residences Injured. Chas. Davis and wife (colored) were found dead in the ruins of their house. The track of the tornado is marked with dlstruntlon as if inflicted by fire. Direct ■■■« HiKoueu ut ilia Poaie'a Dritlh. San Fbanoisco, Feb. B.—A tele gram was received yesterday nfter noon by one of the Jesuit Fathers from auotlier member of the order in Rome, announcing that the Pope died at six o'clock, but no of ficial notification has as yet been received by Archbishop Aleraany. Arrangements will be made for re quiem services In all Catholic Churches next week, as the ritual of tl-.e Church of Rome will not admit of their beiug held to-morrow or on Sunday. The services will be of the most solemn character, anil will be participated in by all the clergy. Arrangements have not been made yet, but it is probable that all Archbishops and Bishops will be notified to-day and will proceed to make the necessary preparations. Full ran ii-alar* of 111* I'upv't ■tenth. Romu, Feb. B.—The news of the Pope's death has been officially an nounced. At 8 o'clock Wednesday night the Pope felt a sudden sensa tion of suffocation. He rallied several times but said to his physi cians "Death wins this time." He was alternately lucid and wander ing. In his last moments he main tained full consciousness. He said, "Guard the Church I have loved so well aud sacredly." The imme diate cause of death was the closing of a wound iv the leg which made the humors mount into the lungs ami brain. The conclave has commenced its sessiou. Cardinal Simeoni has de manded troops and the Government has acceetled to bis request. The Amhasiadors accredited to the Vatican have gone in a body to view the corpse. The Itallau Gov ernment insures the independence of the conclave and offers any ser vice which Simeoni may demand. The city is very quiet. At tiie Vnilcnu. BOMB, Feb. B.—The Conclave will assemble immediately at the Vati can. The Pope left instructions which will be unsealed to-day and read by the Chamberlain to all Cardinals now here. Probably the hall of the Consistory will be chosen for holding a bullot for the new Pope. Prince Chigi, Marshal of the Conclave, has assum ed his functions and given orders for tho customary walling up of tbe doors aud for the remov al of all persons now living on the same floor on which the Conclave assembles. The Cardinals have al ready been Informed of tbe meet ing of the Conclave. The French Cardinals are expected to arrive to morrow and the Austrian aud Span ish Cardinals ou Sunday or Mon day. Nothing has yet been decid ed regarding tae remains lying in state. Tht Cardinal Vicar's an- uouncement of tho death of the Pope says his funeral will be celebrated at St.r Peter's Cathedral. He orders prayers for the deceased. War Nutes-xpeciilHtld'u null l''not. Vienna, Feb. B.—A private tele gram received here states that the BritishAeet is again leaving for the Dardanelles. A Constantinople special reports that the lines of defense of Con stantinople have been dismantled and the guns brought Into the city. Several Russians have arrived there to assist in tbe settle ment of the boundaries. London, Feb. B.—The Times, in a leader, considers Prince Gortscha" koft"'s telegram an evasion, not a contradiction of Layard's state ments. A Pera dispatch, dated Feb. 7th, says that tbe Turks will hold the Gallipoli lines. A Vienna dispatch says that Russia will not accept the treaty of Paris as a basis of negotiations. Tiie QaHMata Subside. London, Feb. B.—The Post says that a telegram has been received in Londou announcing a cessation of hostilities iv tbe Greek provinc es of Turkey, by the signing of an armistice upon an understanding that all causes of dtsaenaion shall be referred to tbe conference. The Greek army meanwhile remains iv Thessaly and Epirus. Turkey agrees not to attack the Insurgents iv Crete. It is also ataten that tbe Turkish Aeet ha* been ordered not to proceed to Piraeus, but to re main in readiness outside of tbe Dardanelles. Liverpool alarlsei. Liverpool, Feb. B.—Breadstuffs Arm; wheat 12s. 3©l2s. 8 for aver age California White. TUa Bloody ■asrllan. London, Feb. B.—Grave anxiety and alarm prevails in England. Whatever may be the facta regard ing tbe Russian advance, on* thing becomes very evident: Iv England tho war party Is just as strong as the peace party. Every day some are added to the former oplniou. All interest in the Con ference is forgotten and if it should be found that Russia has outwitted England again, even the Liberal party would not venture to oppose decided action. Thtre is no reason whatever for the belief that any move will be taken iv violation of the armistice. One of its terms gives the right to tbe Russians to take up a position on the line of Babanakache beyond which is a uarrow zone not to be occupied by the troops of either belleereuts till the result of the negotiations is dually decided. While the terms of Russia, so far as they have transpired, aro severe upon the Turks, there is no truth iv the iv ptated charges that the Russians &re acting in bad faith. Since a cessation of hostilities was agreed upon the chief danger in tho situa tion lies not !■ what Russia may do before the Conference, but in what may happen in tho Confer ence. It has transpired that, at a Cabinet meeting yesterday, a tele gram was sent to the English fleet, at Besika Bay, ordering it to enter the Dardanelles, but the order was countermanded upon the receipt of G-ortscbakoff's dispatch. Much fear now exists that tbe Turks in their indignation against England have agreed upon terms of peace which seriously compromise Eug lish interests, and, as at the ap proaching conference it will be every power for itself, it is feared England may And herself involved without allies and compolled, if she is forced to fight, to tight both Russia and Turkey. Tlx. Pops', rau.r.l. Roue, Feb. 7.—Fuueral services will be heklji n all the churches, but the requiem in St. Pet«rs is ex pected to be very imposing. Tbe remains are to be temporarily de posited in tbe choir chapel of St. Peters aud Anally be placed in the Crypt. The Conclave will decide whether the funeral shall he public or private. Tbe Pope's last act was to provide for the continuance of his servants' salaries and the pen sions of tbe widows of former de ceased attaches. Tbe font.** Last Wishes. ROME, Feb. 8. —The congregation of Cardinals to-day heard the late Pope'e last wishes relative to a Con clave and his funeral. Cardinals Bilio, Becci and Di Pietro will gov ern the church pending the election of a Pontiff. Tin. Wnr. Constantinople, Feb. B.—ln ac cordance with the armistice condi tions, the Russians will occupy VViildin, Ruatchuck, Silistria, Bel gradjin aud Krzerouni. The Am bassadors of the Powers are still ignorant of the conditions of peace. Nejib Pasha, with twenty-seven batialioas, has left for Volo. Ac counts have been receivod here of depredations committed by Rus sians. MISCELLANEOUS. STATEMENT OF TUB CONDITION OF TIIE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES. At thu close or business, Saturday, Jan uary lath, 187*. ASSETS. Cash on hand at Los Angeles SUi,BM 40 Ca?h in bankwllh cor respondents In San Francisco 37,118 04 Cash in bank with correspondents in New York 1,810 09 Total cash 9150,823 13 Bills receivable and overdraita TtJS.-iOi 44 Bonds aud warrants (Loa Angeles city and oounty 335 36 Rank building, two vaults, fixtures, etc. ..8,614 SO Real ettate taken In foreclosure of mort gages 11,3.13 69 ,957,571 32 Notu—The amount of ltitoreat due and acorued, but uncollected, is $1W,7'37 14, which is net Included lv the foregoing statement. The assets are situated iv Los Anglos city, the evldeneeof tho same being iv tbe vaults of said bank. LIABILITIES. Capital stock, paid up » $478,000 00 Reserve fund 60,000 00 Total capital 9526,000 00 Due depositors 401,133 1 2 Due correspondents... 6,436 38 Dividends uncalled for 300 00 Profit and loss aoo't, undivided profits.... 22,711 82 11.57,67^32 Examined and found correct. L. O. GOODWIN, JOHN S. tiRIFFIN, iCUUKNK MEYKR, Committee. lsalai W. Hellmen, President, being duly sworn, deposes and says that the foregoing statement of the condition of the assets and liabilities of said bank la true, to the best of his knowledge and belief. ISAIAH W. HELLMaN, PieilUent. Sworn an 1 subscribed before CHAS. E. MILES, Jl7-lni County Recorder. 8 TAT E M E N T Of THE Farmers' 4 Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANOELEB. Of Hi.- Amount or Capital Aotually Paid up in Gold Coin. Capital Stock, paid up In Gold t<7S,Oou STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) „ County ol Loa Angeles,/ laalaa W. Hellmau. President, being dulyaworn, depoaea and says tbat the foregoing atutement of tba amount of cap ital actually paid in la true, to tbe best ol bla knowledge and belief. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. Presldem. Sworn aud aubaoribed before C'UAS. E. MILES, 117-lru COUUty Recorder. MISCELLANEOUS. Largest Auction House in the City I H. R. BROWN, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT ST., opposite Court llouhc. •ar REGULAR KALE on Raturdaye wll! commence at .OHo'clock a, v.. Spe cial Sales made at any time. HOKBK*. WAGONH, aud all kinds of goods bought aud sold. . JalOtf H. R. BROWN. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOUI'HERN CALIFORNIA. 83. "W. IsTOYES Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST., opposite tbe Court House, and will be pleased to serve his old friends and the Sub-He. Particular attention paid to [teal state sales. Regular sale days for Horses and rolling stock, WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. As I have no partners and do my own work, I Intend to make ray oharges less than those of anybody else la the busi ness, oharglng on real estate two per cent, for the first 81000 and one percent, on all sums above tbat amount. Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES, WAGONS and all kinds of proporty, and pay casu. N. U.— Saturday* sales commonoe at 10 a. m. and close at 4 p. x. E. \Y. NOYES, Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California. UvJl AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A NEW PLACE. ALFRED MOORE, (from St. Paul, Minnesota,) Is vow to bo found at 126 Main Street, Next the Marble Yard. Send along your Furniture, stoves, Beddlug, Horses, Bug gies. Wagons and other merchandise you may have to dlsposo of. Auction every Saturday moining at 11 o'clock precise ly. Real Estate sales also attended to. n'2o-Om The Steams Ranchos, ALfKKD KOBINBION, Trustee, rua Market St.. San Francisco, Cul. 4J/\ ACRES OF LAND FOR OVJjV/VJvJ sale, iv lota to suit, suit able for the culture of Oranges, Lemoas, Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Apples, Fears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures. Suit able for Dairying. Good water Is abundant at an average depth of six feet from the surface. On al most every acre of this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and the more elevated portions can he Irri gated by the water of tho Santa Ana river. Must of these lauds are naturally moist, requiring only goad cultivation to product crops. . f TERMS-One-fourth Cash; balance in one, two and threo years, wit h 10 per cent interest. I will take pleasure iv showing these lauds to parties Keeking land, wbo are Invited to come aud see this oxtenslvo tract before purchasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Auahetm, Los Augeles county, Dec. 24, I 67 For Sale Cheap. A Cottage and Lot on Hill St., Near First, Commanding a view of the ocean und valley. The undersigned will dispose ut the above property, with a view to Im prove and build on Ihe adjoining lots. Apply to 5L KELLEHER, City Surveyor. Office—No. 1 Temple street. d 27 tf GERMAN INSTITUTE. The undersigned, a Gerraau lady teach er, who has a thorough knowledge of all educational branches, the teaching of music and fancy works and has received her diploma in uermany as a school teacher and teacher of Kindergarten and fancy works, Is now prepariug to five lossons to children and ladles lv ihe Her man Language, Kancy Work und Music, nt the COHNER OF MAIN AND SEC OND STREETS. TERMS. Teaching the German language, for children in classes, two lessons per week, per month, 52; young ladles, In classes, $3 per month. Teaching single persons, two hours weekly, lor children, S4 per month; for ladles, $5. f.cssous in faucy works: For children, $2 per month; for ladles, $4 per month, weekly, four hours. Piano lessons, weekly, two hours, 3S per month. Office hour?, every forenoon from 10 to U o'clock. Jal7-lui IDA SCHMIDI'. HUGHES' Russian and Electric Baths, SK3NORKT'* BUILDINU. opposite Merced Theater. R. HUGHES, in returning lhauks to the public for their liberal patronage, can with confidence recommend his BATHS As the great PURIFIER end EQUAL IZER of the human body, enabling the system to throw off its impurities aud giving to the lungs one-sixth more inspi ration of air than can beontalnel by breathing, by opening the pores of the ikln and giving full piny to the I rifieuit ble respiration ao necessary to physical health. A lemale constantly ou hand to Walton ladles. Open from 8 A. m. to 7 p. m. sMtf Evergreen Laundry. "W .A. sHiua Called for and delivered to any part of the olty, by Reed A Phillips, Adams St. Orders ojmi be left at the hook store ot Mr. Sam Hallmau. Sprite HI. olStf LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES -ii- Perry, Woodworth A Ce.'s LUMBER YARDS — A Iff » — PLANING MILLS, Ma. 16 toiumorelai .treat, noaur Railroad nepof. mrHO-lf- BUBINEBB CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 and 14. MoDonald Block, Main St., LOS ANBELES, CM. sepUJtr John E. Jackson, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Room 41 Temple Block. sUtf Wm. H. J. BROOKS, Searcher of Records and Examiner of Titles. ABSTACTB OF TITLE, inoludlng every transaction from the earliest dates to tbe present time, made with accuracy and dlspatoh. Bar ALLEN'S BUIUINU, corner Spring and Temple streets. James (J. Kays, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON VEYANCER. OFFICE—Temple Block (part or old Bank Building). Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Indiana. .9 lm REMOVAL I huve removed my office to No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING, Adjoining tbe new Postoftloe. r JL\ U. MOTT. dW-lm HOTELB. K. S. Bli KNKI.I . D. B. VARaUHAB. PACIFIC HOTEL, BICKNELL & FARQUH AR.Prps. Adjoining the Union Depot. Couvenleut to all trains arriving or de parting from Loi Angelas. Street ears to nil purls or tbe oily. Everything new aad clean. Board by thu day or week: at reasonable ratea. n24tf ST. CHARLES HOTEL, LOS ANUKI.KS. CAL., ~ 3. W. CRAICUE A CO.. Proprietor*. The St. Charles Is located in the biwl nens centre ofthe city, and Is tiie largf*!, most elegant and completely organised Hotel in Southern California. Free coach to the house. J. A. GORDON, Manager. •9-Wualeru Union Telegraph In Hotel office. jylltl MOJAVE HOTEL, Mojnve •JTiAUotioti, Cul. rpHLS HOUSE IB NOW PEPARKD MA A. to receive its nmnero*u.t pati ohh JHM. and tiie traveling public In general.Be iug en "rt*l>* new aud splendidly lur ntshtxi, it itirords superior accommoda tions. ITS TABLE I>' HOTE Is second to none in Southern California THIC B.\K in supplied with the choleest brands of wines, liquors and cignrs. Au elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also attached to the house. All trains stop here for breakfast and supper. It is the point of doparture for fche celebrated Inyo county mines, vm« — Darwin, Lpue Pine, Cerro Gordo and I'iui aminl. Thu office of the LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is at this hotel. The patrouage of t traveling public is respectfully solicited. MATTHEWS & BOYD, fe24-tf Proprietors. THE Commercial Restaurant DOWNEY BLOCK, Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes, IS THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. V. UOL, Proprietor. NOW OPEN. NIERISA MADKE VILLA, A Private Hutol ou the mesa or table lands et the Sierra Mndie Mountains. Climate unsurpassed for Summer or Winter Residence. Commands a oharming view of valley and mountain, overlooking the Sau Us* brlel orange groves; is four miles from railroad and telegraph station; house en tirely new, lighted by gas, and oontalns all modern conveniences. A School forculldrea on the premises. Far particulars eddies* proprietor, P. O. Box 1141, Los Angeles. FOR SALE. I offer my place, three-quarter, ol a mil. from Downey Ctty, on the Wlknlng toa read, adjoining tbe Collage; at a bar gain. It comprise. TWENTY ACRES, Fifteen of which are lv fruit, of choice v.r1.t1... Then are eight acre, of Mm oat grape.. Comfortable house on the pr.ml.ea. LOW PRICE A REASONABLE TERMS. Immediate poeaeaaien will be glTen, U desired, with tha entire meowing crop of Irulta, etc. Water right attached to lead, but no neoesalty lor uae. Apply to Jy4 6m 0. B. A 1.1.EN. on th. premises. MISCELLANEOUS. MERCHANT TAILOR. J. STRELITZ, Fashionble Merchant Tailor, "KT"o. 12 TKMPLE Blook, Spring atreet, J3l Loa Angelea. He has the LARGEST, FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern Call'ornia. His old ouatomers aud the public will find It t be plaoe to get BEST STYLES and FITTING obtainable. NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOESKINS, DIAGONALS, FANCY CASSIMERES, VELVET & SILK VELVETING, Constantly mi band. Refers to tbe prin. cipal gentlemen of tbe olty, lor whom ho baa made clothing. SWNo necessity to send to Sau Fran cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf MERCHANT TAILOR. Wbeu you wish to have slothes made to order and a good fit, call ou J.BERNSTEIN, NEW YORK TAILOR, No. 149 MAIN ST., Between First and Market, Los Angeles, aud you will be sure to get a good fit, at prices to suit. snl ltr BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' BANK Of Lob Angeles. CAPITAL 000,000 OO ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President „ „ Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Iraia.s W. Hbllman, Edoike Hbyir, o. w. chilis, l. 0. goodwin, Charles Duoohht/n, Jose Mascarei., John s. GnirriN, C- E. Titos Frank LsoouvnEUß. Exchange foraaleon NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN ami HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. ksuy and sSoll LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will ulso pay the higbeat price for Gold and Silver Bullion. From and after thla dale, on all muneya le;loa Term Deposits, interest will be al lowed. Commercial Bank Of Los Augeles. Authorized Capital - 300,000 M. S. PATRICK _ President E. F. BPENCE Cashier DIRECTORS. M. 8. PAVitlt'K, H. U. Murr. A. A. Wilcox. U. Mabdry, M. Woonv/oirru, I. Lankkhsuih, O. S. WITHKRBY, JNO. G. CAPRON, J. E. HOLLEKBEUK, Tbia Bank is prepared to receive de poslta on open account, issue Certificates of Depoalt, and transact a general Bank ing Business. Collections made aud proceeds remitted at cut tent rates nf eJtohange. LOS ANSELES COUNTY BANK. MAIN .STREET, Los Angeles Cal Capital Stock ipaid up), 300,000 J. 8. SI.AUSON , President It. 8. BAk'RK Vice-President J. M. ELLIOTT Cashior DIRECTORS. J. 8. Si.avisos, P. Bkauukt, V. a. Hoover, i:oskst 8. Baker, J. KIXBV, UUI. W. PIIESUOTT A. W. UuWMaJt. Kecelve SaviUGts Bruk deposits. buy and sell e.\eiJ.tjigo on Sau Francisco, New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort. Buy exchange on all parta or tbe United States aod Europe. Iteeetye money on open aocount and Cer tificate of llepoalt, and do a general banking and exebangs business. FOR BENT. FINE COTTAGE. Containing: Aye rooms, In tbe heart of ttie city, ttpltmdiil view and tcooU loontton. A six loom dwelling bouse, lv good lo cation ; close to busTness portion of the city; hut* Just boeu newly pointed aud panured. Apply to P. BKAUDRY, Xo. 81 New Hfgfc St..npp. Pleo House. oc2l A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of MarriaOge! PfrnVm * »v W. W, widJßk ant) tValtla T iV-VkTl''* n ' UMll * l Tr.Ui M ou *fcf — VWIUstJjkM ll.* oi" r»»(*in* SL\i pskfea, pne. On an tiUerZers mt a P»SVa». BeU •Vbuao, sstaseOSOSj »r SotXbt i'.teaasi, wlUi Uw ■laaiin at* ewe), **• sasMjues, »•"« M eta. A iiLIWWXL, IsWBTnX en tat abe M.!■-- tad Dpi««s £ieit,a.„ psrtaM JO ale. CleMr t>eek aestt »»i«»Sf»IS en ri er let ol prlea! or all itajree. tooMmiu Ways, kna.ift.l v lor U eU. AtUTtsMI4L SfrVl'*, Mo. 12 . Sta SC. St. Lo«ua. Mo ac22 myS-Sm NO. 64 SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Notioe. X ••"» *o«fl« 1 ode;* Ho. M. r. £\-. * »•—Tho slated meeting* V JT of this Lodge are held on tile first MONDAY of each mont'j at ' v 7:30 p. m. Member* af Piutai pha. No. 202, and ill Master Masons In good atandlng are coMlully Invited. tii By order of the W:* M:> Cham. Smith. Secretary. Lis Anjelet Chapter Ni. 33, ft- • *:• lf *** ex^s -* = *z s *~ stated convocations out . I x J MONDAY of each month J'H *■ at Masonic Hall. Via raMF Sojourning eompanlona Id ITV Am eo° d standing oordlally In. lV t: VI vlted. By order of S. C. FOY, H. P I I Sam. Praorr, Secretary. Los Angeles Canned No. 11, Reral ai>* Select Masters, F. 1 A. al., Holds lis slated aaaembllea on the 4th Monday of each month at Masonic Hall at7;!H> p. M Sojourning Cqmpani-xu in good standing ar- fraternally Invited lo atteml. By order of the Th. nr. R. Q. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder. TEMPLAR De UonConimrtsery No. Holds lta stated conclaves at the Aar lujn in Mnsonie Hall, on the Tn'*d THURSDAY of cab month, at7X o-cio«k p. K. Sojourning Kntghks Tetuplar In good standing are eord'iilly Invited to at tend. By order of the X*. O. J. C. I.itti.icyia;i.i). Recorder. I. O. O. F. irtaTSssiif A "f uto '-"date «o. luo, MONDAY evening M 8 o'ofocat Felons' Hail, Downey Rime* Vlaltlng andaojo-.ri.lngbrolheriin good standing are Invited lo attend. w„- M .' LEHMAN, N. O. Fred, w. Wood, Rec. sec. Loa Angeles Lodge Ko. SS, I. O. o.r. we f a: at 7V„ o'oloclt. So lournlng brethren In good stanulng ore cordially Invited. , „ _ „ J- w. bard, n. o. A. Frank, R. 8. Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31,1 0 0. F. llfeaajaVril " " MMKTINOS held 4wHßsM™.',, t,J !' Second and Fourth of each month at , ; ?>4 P. M. Sojourning Patri archs lv good <taudlng are cordially Invi ted to attend. „ C. C. LIPS, C. P. B. Marxbkk, Scribe. • Knights of Pythias! OLIVE LODGE. No. ao, meets evwy rhureaarf svenlnglZt 7 o'clock, at the Castle - Hall, Downey Bloc*. All aojourning Knlghti In good standing are wrdlaJlv Invited. I. A. DUNSMOOK.C. C. C. E. Mii.es, K. of R. s. Confidence Engine Company No. 2. w UEUUI.AR MEETINGS'oI v_Sa ibis Compuuy will take place Ural Wednesday eve- i">"i of each mouth, at f »<SfSlSfc o'clock. Ilr order, «—' w. a. MOORE. Secretary. ssaasa^qaE^saaaßßaßMaaa^oßßHKa^aasaaßaißSßsai C. F. HEINZEMAN & CO., Successors to J. B. SAUNDERS A GO DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, LOS ANUKLEM The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the PUREST DRUGS and PATENT M EDI. clues of all kinds, ear Prescriptions care fully compouaded day and night. no2-tf-a FRENCH DRUG STOREI V. CHEVALIER'S JDttTJQ- STOBH Has been removed from VHINORET'3 BLOCK to Cardona Block, 118 Main St., Opposite the Mariposa Store. FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN PATENT MEDICINES. PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES. ■erPrescrlptions prepared with great arfj. d St f SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S VITAL RESTORATIVE I The great English remedy for Nervous Debility, Spermatorrhea aud i remuture Decline of Physical Fwee. Tho Vital Restorative Will positively cure, thoroughly and permanently, any eaao of EXHAIgI'SD VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either acute or of long standing, and In either sex, no matter from what cause pro. duced. Tho Vital Restorative la a thoroughly scientific prescription, Is not a quack nostrum, banes perfectly aafa to lake; la plaaaaut to the taate. supplies to the eerebro-aplual and sym pathetic aval em of nerves new fores. Purifies and Enriches The blood . rejuvenating and r.lnvlgorat lug both mind and body. Thouaanda, both In this cuitntry and in Europe, oan testify to the great reatoratlve prorertlea of this really great medicine. Trice, |3 per bottle, or four timee tbe quantity lor 110. sent to any addreaß se cure Irom obeervatton. Address ull lettera to A. E. MINTIE, M. D., (Graduate of the University of Pennsyl vanla and late Kealdeut Surgeon to the Orthopiudic Hospital of Philadel phia,) No. T!2 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Solo Agent, P. B.—DR. MINTIE can be eonaullad In reference to tbe above complaint* dur* inn office boura from » a. at. to 3 p. m. dally, und from 0 to 8 in tbe evening, s.indnys it) a. m. to Ip. h. Consultation FIvER. Thorough examination and ad vie. $5. Full directloaa and advice tree with every package of medicine. Iyl»tf Montana Meat Market. FsUELINGKK A FRANK, (V&gg The beat and tendereat M e«t« Aewjj In the market. None but the estsßffs Prlmest Boer and Mutter, ever to be found. Note the addre.t,— V u tana Meat Market, Main Hlrci t.eat First. Loa Angeles Bnrnell \ Clements, Landscape Gardeners and Garden Contractors, JJtf Mo. its SPKINO ST.