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TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
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Hlx months " " 1
rhree months " " 3
rjullvered by carriers, per week 2a cents
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How ard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 66,67 and 6S Tem
ple Block, third Boor, Los Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
\ TTORNEY ATLAW
/"IOLLECTION DEPARTMENT, G. A.
\J Doblnson, Manager.
OFFICE—Boms 8 and 9 Downey
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
Duoommun a Block, corner Main *
Commercial streets, Los Angeles, mayr-u
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-Btftlrs, I .OR
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ATTOUNICYM AT LAW.
OFFU'E-Room 50, Temple Block.
DR. WALTER LINDLEY,
No. 19 FORT ST ,
Between Temple and Franttllu streets.
N. S. OIUERSON, M. I). 1.. S'dlnSK, M. I>.
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(Successors to Dr. T. S. Stanway,)
Office, Main Stieet.over Dotter & Brad
ley's Furniture .store.
Residence, -ul Main street, ut tlie foot
oi Third. 020-lm
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/■VFFICE IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS
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Sacramento, Feb. 27.—Senate.
Boring, the newly elected Benator
from Santa Clara, was introduced
by his colleague, Murphy. He pre
sented his credentials ami was
ASSEMBLY.—The Assembly met
at 10 a. M., Speaker Berry iv the
chair. Clark, the member-elect
from Santa Clara, vice Upton, de
ceased, was introduced, and the
oath of ofllce was administered *o
Nitu Franclsc<» niHrkctM,
San Francisco, Feb. 27. — Wheat
—Shipping, $1.90®1.05; milling,
$1 95©2.07 J. Barley—Feed, $1.25©
1.32}; brewing, $1,[email protected] Oats—
Feed, [email protected]; milling, $1.60©
1.70. Corn—Large yellow, $1.67*©
1.70; white, [email protected]; small
round, [email protected] Potatoes—sl.lo
Inn Frriuelsco— Dhhcmi ArrHUn.il
-ill" Nl,,|» Oraot, Oitrlliir; Ski*.
|iove«J 1h be l.i»<*;—ltnln.
San Francisco, Feb. 27.— J. C.
Duncan was brought into the Po
lice Court this morning, but his
examination went over until next
Tlie master of the barkentine
Melaucthon reports (hat on the
night of January 20tli he saw tbe
ship Grace Darling. A heavy
storm was raging at the time, with
vivid lightning. He passed near
her and identified her as the light
niug presented her (o view.
In the morning nothing
could be seen of her,
although, in the liieantlajs I lie
Melaucthon had not made much
progress. As the Grace Darling is
now fifty-live days out from De
parture Bay, she is given up as lost
with all ou board. She was loaded
with coal. Captain Harrington,
two officers, carpenter, cook, stew
ard aud twelve men composed the
It is raining briskly, with afresh
I'UOKI ONWlttUtl] DoIMK..
Washington, Feb. 27.—Senate
—Hoar presented a petition of cit
izens of Cape Cod remonstrating
against the passage of Sargent's
bill to organize a Coast Guard and
Sargent said that (he reports of
Ihe Life-Service emanating from
the Trasury Department showed a
disgraceful stale of inefficiency in
the service. It was well known
that lv some instances, where the
officers aud men of tbe Cife Saving
Service were iv sight of vessels
needing relief, they were afraid to
man tlie boats and other persons
had come forward and performed
this service. Persons were appoint
ed now to please political friends
and not ou account of their fitness
for the work. He thought sailors
accustomed to the sea and used to
military discipline would improve
Allison introduced a bill to pro
vide for tlie entry of lands by In
dians under tbe homestead law.
House—A bill authorizing the
President lo review the court mar
tial proceedings in the case of ex-
Surgeon General Hammond, and
to annul the same, and place Dr.
Hammond ou the retired list as
Surgeon General, but without giv
ing him any right to past, present
or future pay or allowances, was
passed without debate.
A bill pensioning soldiora of tlie
Mexican war was then taken up.
A U...rVnlli,i, f.r ,l»o NIN.IOH 111.
Washington, Fob. 27.—Pago in
troduced a biil to provide a reserva
tion for the Mission Indians of
Wigginton introduced ono auth
orizing the leato of a port ion of the
military reservation at San Diego.
Washington, Feb. 2". —To-day's
Cabinet session was devoted to a
consideration of the Silver Billand
the New Orleans trials. A general
feeling seemed to favor interven
tion by Governor Nicliolls in be
half of Anderson. The Cabinet is
not united on the Silver Rill and
nothing definite has been learned
as to their deliberations in this
respect. The House Banking aud
Currency Committee defeated
Ewing's inflation bill. Butler
made his financial speech declaring
for a full restoration of silver coin
age, and that to make silver dollars
full legal teuder was honest, legiti
mate and demanded by Hie exigen
cies of the limes.
A 9f utter of t'llrrem-y.
Washington, Feb. 27th.—The
House Ranking and Currency
Committee has decided to recom
mend the insertion of an additional
provision in the bill for tbe substi
tution of Treasury notes for Nation
al Bank notes. The new feature
provides that Treasury votes shall
be receivable fer one-third of any
oue payment of custom duties, tlie
remaining two-thirds to be paid iv
gold or new silver dollars. Those
Treasury votes are also to be made
interchangeable with 4 per cent,
bonds at par.
Kualimil'. War Ke.ouree*.
London, Feb. 27.—Major-Geue
ral Sir Woolsey contributes to the
history of the times au article en
titled "England as a Military
Power." The following are his con
clusions: At no previous period has
England beeu so strong in a mili
tary sense as now. Were war de
clared to-morrow, about 400,000
drilled men would fall into Hue, if
required, supported by 372 Held
guns, manned and horsed by royal
artillery. That number would be
i(Highly made up as follows:
Staudiug army at home, 99,000
men; army and militia reserve,
400,000; militia 85,000; volunteers
180,000, and second-class army
reserve 10,000; total 414,000.
In this calculation I have
put the figures very low
aud have lelt out altogether
10,000 yeomanry who would be
available for home service. I have
not taken into consideration a
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28. LB7B.
humber of regular troops that
would be available for war when
the Mediterranean garrisons were
furnished by militia. It will thus
be seen that we could at once take
tlie field with two fully equipped
army corps of more than 30,000
soldiers eacli leaving a similar
force of regular troops at home as a
London, Feb. 27.—1t is rumored
in the lobby of the House of Com
mons that Lord Derby has resigned
in consequence of important steps
resolved upon by the Cabinet.
Lord Napier, of Magdala, Governor
of Gibraltar, has arrived here and
has had a long conference witli the
Duke of Cambridge, Commander
in-Chief. Tlie afternoon papers say
it lias been decided to employ Lord
Napier as Commander-in-Chief of
any expeditionary force that may
he scut out In case of war, with
Major General Woolsley as Chief
">ot ~h Ait>b,*,lj' kin ►»* ,»■,.'*
London, Feb. 27th, 4:30 p. m.—A
member of the Cabinet answering
the enquiry "Has Lord Derby re
signed?" said, "Half an hour ago
Lord Derby was with me at a Cab
inet Council and nothing was said
about his resignation."
Tlie riif.u.t.o fcqtinilr,)!, hi lrlt»l!<.
London, Feb. 27.—The channel
squadron hns arrived at Malta.
I.UKIiN Ml 111,,, IKll All.frlft AfPrtHt
Vienna, Feb. 27.—Austrian
railways have received preliminary
orders to prepare for tbe convey
ance of troops. Officers ou fur
lough have beeu ordeied to rejoin
I heir regiments.
Lunu liruivu .\ i ,£,.< l„, ion*.
Constantinople, Feb. 27.—1t is
stated that the peace negotiations
will occupy another week unless
Russia insists upon bringing them
to a close.
London, Feb. 27.—A Vienna dis
patch says that Austria will not
submit lo tho erection on her
frontier of die (erritories defined iv
the Russian terms of peace. Un
less the terras are modified hy the
Conference, Austria will light with
or without Kugland.
(From the Evening Express.)
St. Valentine's Day—Addled Eggs at the
Capitol—Legislation for the West and
Washington, Feb. It, 1878.
St. Valentine's Day is rather
ominous for early birds na well as
early bu<i9. The trees ou the Ave
nue put forth a wonderful showing
of would-be leaves more than a
week ago, but everybody knows
this premature display of vernal
glories will be nipped in the bud,
and the promised foliage will soon
be scattered over the pavement in
h million of frost-bitten germs.
The little sparrows, too, that clus
ter about in multitudes, making up
their matrimonial arrangements
for tho year, are likely to have
more addled eggs than young birds
to nurse in April. Washington is
a Very fast city, and is full of ad
dled eggs of one kind or another.
Tbe Capitol now holds more than
four thousand eggs, in the shape or
bills and resolutions, that are iv
the process of incubation. Tlie
committee rooms are the great
hatching houses, and the pigeon
holes are the nests where these eggs
are resting while their friends wait
with anxious impatience for the
tlrst signs of vitality. To uiue
teuths of them this will never come.
Next year the pigeou-boles will be
cleaned out to make room for other
eggs, and a single printed bill in
the Document Room* may be all
that is left to tell the tale of disap
Of the four thousand bills re
ferred to, more than three-fourths
are for private- claims of one kind
and another; some of them bogus,
aud others perfectly just. Of the
latter class there are some that
have beeu in Cougress twenty
years. Home of them have beeu
allowed by oue house, but failed to
secure timely action in the other,
and the work has to be commenced
de novo from year lo year. Many
a man has consumed the amount
of his claim a dozen times over iv
necessary expenses, and then gone
away without it. Kven after a bill
has passed Congress aud beeu
signed by the President, it must
run the gauntlet of a score of Au
ditors, Controllers, clerks and Cab
inet Ministers, and before the red
tape is all untied aud tbe warrants
on the Treasurer delivered, the
poor applicant may be dead and in
heaven—or some place where ho
has no use for Treasury warrants.
If you have au honest claim on
Uncle Samuel for less than ten or
twenty thousand dollars, better
make a present of it to the old gen
tleman on the score of patriotism;
for, amongst the army of claim
agents and lobbyists, it is likely to
turn to ashes instead of gold dust.
LEGISLATION FOR TUG SOUTH AND
For the first time iv tho history
of the country these two great di
visions of tho Republic are arous
ing and demanding their proper
share of recognition from the Gov
ernment. Oa the one point that
they have fared badly iv the past,
aud must have better treatment iv
the future there is perfect unanim
ity; but when they come to consid
er what measures are included in
this idea of fair treatment, their
representatives lack that unity
which assures immediate success.
Such measures as the improvement
of western rivers, the building of a
south-western highway to tbe Pa
oifio, and extending foreign com
merce, co us lo open all the
markets of tbo world to our surplus
products, meet with general appro
bation aud a hearty endorsement,
but wheu it cornea to arrange the
details, and put these measures into
the form of law, the trouble com
mences. The statesmanship of some
rises no higher than to calculate
the Influence of each vote ou the
chances of re election, and while
these mere politicians quibble about
hair-splitting theories, their old
masters of tbe North seize the op
portunity to divide, conquer and
still hold them in bondage.
The silver bill drags its slow
length along through a wilderness
of words in the Senate, but is all
the time gaining strength by tlie
reflex inline uce from tlie people,
and must become a law, veto or no
The delegation representing the
Mississippi river improvement, are
working faithfully and efficiently
in that cause and there is good
prospect of success. They now pro
pose to ask for an appropriation of
$15,000,000 to be justly distributed
in tlie improvement of Western
aid Southern rivers.
fcDelegalos are also arriving to at
tend the National Commercial
Convention to beheld 111 Washing
ton on the 19th of this month. The
Convention will ask Congress to
adopt such means as shall extend
our foreign commerce to all the
countries tbat now ask us to come
and trade with them. It is con
fidently believed that this can be
accomplished by increasing the
number of American-built ships,
and doing this iv a way lo greatly
augment the revenues of the Gov
ernment, and the aggregate wealth
of the nation.
THE PACIFIC RAILROADS.
The present and prospective rail
roads to tho Pacific form an absorb
ing topic just now, both iv and out
of Congress. A bill has been pre
pared to compel the Union Pacific
to comply witli the law euacted
several years »g> directing that
road to pro rate with the Kansas
Pacific. The Union and Central
Pacific have such a wonderful facil
ity for escaping from all kinds of
obligations that it Is hard to say
whether a second law will be more
effective than the first.
This leads me to refer to the one
great central and unanswerable ar
gument in favor of the Texas and
Pacific. This argument is the ne
cessity of a competing line through
the Southwest, that shall achieve
tlie double purpose of opening to
settlement a great empire of unde
veloped wealth, and at the same
time redeeming a whole nation
from bondage to the most grinding
and unscrupulous monopoly iv
America. A dozen or more bills
are in the Senate and House Com
mittees on this measure, but the
one offered by Alex. H. Stephens,
providing for a trunk lino from San
Diego to Fort Worth, with a single
eastern to tbe Mississippi, is the
most popular, and is daily gaining
friends from the East as well as
the West aud South.
Iv the advocacy of this measurs
Senator Armstrong is a whole team.
The fact is, Missouri's new Senator
is one of the moat efficient workers
In Congress. He speaks but little,
but being a man of strong convic
tions, exalted patriotism anil the
most liberal aud statesmanlike
views of public policy, lie has the
ability to impress his opinions
upou others, and In the committee
room and with individuals he (locs
an immense amount of the best
kind of work. He never shirks a
duly ou account of its labor, aud
once engaged in an enterprise never
dreams of failure. The same kind
of talent, ability and persistent ef
fort made Erastus Wells, for years,
the acknowledged leader of the
Missouri delegation iv Congress.
T. J. L.
STATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Gleaned froia our |Accumulated Exchangee.
Tlie Solano 7'imessays: Much of
the wheat iv Solano county stands
a foot high, and most of it is look
ing well. Iv some places, on low
laud, grain has beeu drowued out,
but this will affect only a few.
The people of Stockton are mak
ing au outcry about discrimina
tions against their place by the
Tbe school teachers of Stockton
have resolved that, under exist
ing laws, tho State Normal Schools
of this and other States aro granted
rights and immunities for their
graduates, who seek employment
iv tbe profession of teaching, such
as are refused to graduates of other
institutions of learning, who pos
sess in many cases superior qualifi
cations fur the same sphere of use
fulness. They therefore present a
bill for the consideration of tbe
Legislature designed to place grad
uates of all other educational insti
tutions of tbe State on a par with
those of the Normal Sebool, so far
as public favors extend.
The \ * union of Republican
aud Den 'tic forces iv Sau Jos6
to op, so .4 VVorkingmeii's move
ment ed to some funny episodes.
At a mass meeting in the Opera
House, just before the election,
Mr. Collins remarked tbat as his
old-time opponent, Judge Archer,
was to speak ou the occasion, he
wanted that gentleman to come
forward that the two opponents
could formally shake hands. Mr.
Archer came upon the platform
aud the two gentlemen indulged iv
a hearty hand shaking, the cere
mony creating considerable amuse
ment in the audience. Verily,
politics makes strange bed fellows!
Mr. Martin Millmore, of Boston,
is said to have cut the only bust of
the late Pope ever made by an
American artist. It was the last
portrait iv marble made of Pius
IX. Wben it was finished tbe kiud
old man took the chisel in his band,
and expressing his satisfaction,
touched the marble, saying: "Is it
iv this manner you do it? This is
the sculptor's pen. With this he
Largest Auction House in
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
T»u ilonrs East of Old Stand, on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
BUST REGULAR HALE on Haturdays
will commence at \O% o'clock a. m. Spe
cial Sales made at any time.
HOUSE'S. WAGONS, and all kinds nf
goods bought aud sold.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOU.. HERN CALIFORNIA.
ID. W. ITOYBS
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court House, aud will be
pleased to serve his old friends and tbe
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work,l intend la make my charges less
than those of anybody else In tbe busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the first $1000 and one percent,
ou all sums abovo tbat amount.
Wilt buy FURNITURE. HORSES,
WAGONS and alt kluds of property, and
j*. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
A. M* and close at I p.
E. W. NO YE*,
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
(from St. Paul, Minnesota,) is now to be
126 Main Street,
Next the Marble Yard. Send along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses, Bug
gies, Wagons and othermerchandlse you
may have to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock precise
ly. Real Estate sates also attended to.
"El Moll no Farm."
For business ami educational reasons,
desiring to ivmove into Loi Augeles, I
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and nut-buildings
horses, mule-!, wagon, harness, agricul
tural implements, otc, for iho term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 201 acres, on which
are4o.oo;) grape vines, ov»-r 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 600 lemon
and Elms trees; also a Dumber of black
walnut, pec;.n, almond, tig, apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; two or throe acres *.f alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable land, nnd
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to tlie residence is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, colt and
shower baths. Til ere is also a HI > ,LI \ I! i ■
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm is most eligibly ■Ranted In
the FRUIT BELT of the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Loi Angeics
city, and near tbe Railroad Htntiou ol
San Gabriel Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, to-wlt: One
third cash, the balance in one, two, three
and lour years, at 10 perceut. interest per
annum iuterest, payable semi-annually.
E.J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10 All St relit Building, Spring St.
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2llf
lIM LOTH TO SUIT.
5000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The best orange and semi-tropical fruit,
land In the State; located ln tbo heart of
the San Gabriel valley, and ln the midst,
ot the oldest and largest vineyards aud
orange groves of Los Angeles county.
No waier rates charged. The purchas
er of land Irom this Association receives
not only his land but also a proportion
ate share of an Inexhaustible waier sup
ply, the most complete irrigat ion system
in tbe State, which has cost the Associa
tion already over $10,000 for ditches, ptpes
and reservoirs alone. Water In front of
every tot. Churches aud school houses
on tho tracts. The S. P. R. R. passes
through tbe lands. The orauge orchards
and vineyards on these lands
and in tbe vicinity test their
capability for this culture. The title is
perfect, Grant bargain and sale deeds
given. Prices reduced to suit ttie times.
A map of the Tract may be seen at tlie
olMce of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposite Pico House.
All communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F. W. WOOD, Secy.
ul.Uf Los Angeles. Cal.
Containing Aye rooms, ln the heart of tbe
city. Splendid view and good location.
A six room dwelling house, in good lo
cation; close to business portion of tbe
city; has Just been newly painted and
papered. Apply to
No. 81 New High St.. opp. Pico House,
An elegant SILVER • MOUNTED
HEADSTALL, Mexican style, solid sti
ver, will be raffled at tho I'alaco Saloon.
100 CHANCES AT tl EACH.
No bar bill to par. oltlf
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Mnlu Ht., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
John E. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND BURVF.YOU.
Room 41 Temple Block. alBtf
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
A BSTAOTS OF TITLE, Including every
transaction from the earliest dates to the
present time, made with accuracy aud
■V ALLEN'S BUIDING, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
Jumps C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
OKFICK-Temple Block (part of old Bank
Commissioner of Deeds for Ihe State of
Indiana. s9 lm
i have removed my office Lo
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining tho new Postofflce.
TF. I>. MOTT.
E. S. BICKNELI.. D. U KAKUUHAIt.
Adjoining the Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving er de
partlng from-Los Angeles. Street cars to
all parts of the city. Everything new
and clean. Board by tbe day or week at
reasonable rates. n24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
I.OS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUE & CO..
The St. Charles Is locale.l In the busi
ness centre of tbe city, and is thu largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel in Southern California.
Freo couch to the bouse.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
fi-JrWesiern Union Telegraph in Hotel
Mojlive Junction, Cal.
THIS HOUSE ISNOWPEPARKD M±
to receive Its numerous pat rnnsj|j>JL
and the traveling publlo in general. Bo
lng entirely new and splendidly fur
nlsbed, it it (lords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to none in Southern California
THK B\U is supplied with tbe cboleest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM is also
attached to tbe hou*e.
AH trains stop here for breakfast an.l
supper. It Is the poinLof departure for
tbe celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, T.one Pine, Cerro Gordo and l*an
amint. The office of tbe
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of •
traveling public in respectfully RQliclled.
MATTHEW* A BOYD,
fe2l-l f Proprlel ors.
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. l)OL, Proprietor.
SI Kit It A MADRE VILLA,
A Prlvats Hotel on tbe mesa or table
lands ot tbe Sierra Madre 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 aud telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A School tor children on thepjemltes.
For particulars nddtess proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
I offer my place, three-quarters ol a
mile from Downey City, on the Wllmlug
u>a road, adjoining the College; at a bar
gain. It couipriies
Fifteen of whioh are in fruit, of choice
varieties. There are eight acres of Mas
eat (rapes. Comfortable house oa the
LOW PRICE A RS ASON ABLE TERMS.
Immediate possession will be given, II
desired, with the entire growing crop ol
fruits, etc. Water right attached to land,
but nu necessity ler use. Apply to
Jy« 8m O. H, ALLIEN, on the premises.
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
Xfo. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST ANT) BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern
Call'ornla. His old customers and the
Subtle will And It the place to get BEST
TYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal aentiemen of the city, for whom he
has made clothing.
sjVNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fltting suits. decaO-tf
BANKING HOUSES. *~
FARMERS' 4 MERCHANTS'
Of Los Angeles.
CAPITAL .600,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAIAS W. Heli.man, Eugene Meyer,
O. W. GUILDS, L. G. GOODWIN,
CHARLES DOCOMMCN, JosE M AMCAKKL,
John s. Grifpin, C. E. Thou,
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Buy anal Hell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Sliver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
lett as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENCE CoSbJB;
M. S. Patrick, S. H, Mo-rr,
A. A. Wilcox, H. Mabukv,
M. WoODWOKTU, I. I.ANKKKHO IM,
O. S. Witherby, Jno. G. Capron,
J. E. Hollknbeck,
This Bank is prepared lo receive de
posits on open account, issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank-
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at cuireut rates of exchange.
US ANfiEUS CfIIJsTYBAWf.
Lob Angeles Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. SLAUSON Pr*ftUl«n<
It. H. BAKKK Vice-Pr. .s ( .H iiL
J. M. El.tdOTT Cashier
D! RECTO RS.
J.S. SI.AUHON, P. BBATjnitY.
V. A. HOOVKH, ROBKKT H> IiAKKR,
J. Bixby, Gko. W. I'kl:scott
A. W. Bowman.
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Imy and sell exchange on San Francisco,
New York, Loudt»n t Paris, Berliu and
Buy exohange on all parts of tbe United
States and Eurepe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
SS DsCaip k Co.,
No. 3 SPRING STREET
AU kinds of Funeral Work carefully
attended to by the oldest and most expe
rleuced proressionals ln the business.
Full Charge Taken of Remains,
and interments made in Catholic, City
i and Evergreen Cemeteries. M.»pa.>feach
in ware rooms.
*>"«*- i;<. a i.-s embAlmed, prepared and
shipped to all parts of the country.
The on i v tlrm exclusively in tbe Under
taaUng business. We own our own ve
hicles and live stock. The only com
plete stock of
• Wooden A Metallo Burial
Cases and Caskets*
i Robes, Hardware and Mourning Drapery
and exclusive agents for the STEIN'S
PATENT CASKKTS, the only ftrst-olass
liana I casket ever introduced in the
Embrace tbe Handsomest Adult Fult-
Trimmed Vehicle Made.
The Only White Hearse Here,
- and the only impropriate vehicle for
young people anu children. Carriages
flue and rates low. Patrons sbowu tbe
various cemeteries free. Those requiring
such services will do well to call ou Its,
; Montana Meat Markut.
FBOXLINOBK A FRANK, fBBIY
The best and teiiderest MeatsSWTav
In the market. None but the •■■«■■.
J Prlmast Baaf and Mutton
ever to be found. Noteth.addr.se Mm
' tana Meat Market, Main Street, near
First. Los Ansele.
_ a7\— * *- ".—The slated bmh&i!
VV o/tHU Lodge are held " if.
fIritMONDAY ofeaoh moot•> at
pea, No. 202, and .11 Master Masons In
good standing are cordially invited.
By order of the W: M:
, l'hah. Smith. Secretary;
■ L>s Angelas Chapter Ho. S3, ft-. -: .
t Stated convocations on i
MONDAY of each month
TH f. m. at Masonio Hall.
Sojourning eompaaJotw In
good staadincoardlaJly In
vited. By order of
8. C. FOY, H. P
Los Angeles Council Ne~ 11, Reral an*
Salael Masters, F. a A. ■~
Holds Its stated assemblies on tbe 4th
Monday of each month at Masonio Hall.
at 7:30 P. M Sojourning"
, good standing ari> frater
attend. By order of
R. O. CDWNIN'I
Holds Its stated col.de
tun ln Masonic Hall,
THURSDAY of eauh a 'so
P. M. Sojourning Kn'al
good standing are cord ,71
tend. By order of the
J. C. I.ITTLEPIEI.D, Rti
I. o. o.
■nnt-,- .-I—i, :
jfflNE} l.«(. o. r—
MONDAY cv ,
ft Odd Fel on' Hall,
visiting and sojoi.rnlng t
standing are Invited tog
Fred. W. Wood, Reo, I
1.0. Aoirelee la>Uk« He
.aatkSalte. Regular mi
"<'li week at 5
■ looming bretl
standing are cordially Inv
A. FRANK, R. 8.
Orange Grove Encampmei
jSjHBSk. REGULAR M
-—,• 1% V. M. Soj
archs in good .tiuidlngai
ted to attend.
B. Maii.xHicN, Scribe.
§ Knights of
meet, every Tnur:
7 o'clock, at thi
Downey Block. All sole
In good standing are ■w
I. A. DUN!
C. E. Milks, K. of B. i.
Confidence Engine Cci
yfcßU this Company
" * Oral \
X o'clock. By ,
W. S. MOOI
C. F. HEINZEM/
Successors to J. B. SAUI
DRUGGISTS AND C
ra Main s
The CHOICEST TOLLh
PUREST DRUGS and I
i cines of all kinds. srFr
tally compounded day an
Y. CHEVAI Jl
Has been removed fron
Cardona Block, 11
' Opposite the Marlp
; FRENCH AND OTHI
ALL TOILETTE A
SIR ASTLEY C(
| VITAL RES TO
The great English r. me
' Debility, Speniiatorrliru
1 Decline of Physical Pores
Tho Vital Rei
Will positively cure, tl
permanently, an v case of
VITALITY or Nervous
acute or of long standing
sex, no matter from w
The Vital Res
Is a thoroughly scientific
not a quack nostrum, I
sufo to lake; is pleasan
supplies to the cerebro-si
pathetic system of nerves new fores.
Purifies and Enriches
The blood. rejuvenating and retnvlgormt-
Ingboth mind and body. Thousands.
t both in this country and in Europe, Mil
i testify to the great restorative properties
of this realty great medicine.
Price, $3 per bottle, or four times tbe
- quantity for tlO. Kent to any address ae
' cure from observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
I (Graduate of the University of Pennayl
vanla and late Kesfdent Surgeon to the
Orthopcedle Hospital of Philadel
$ No. 722 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
a Solo Agent.
P. B.—DR. MINTIE can iw consulted
In relerence to the above complaints dur
ing ofhee hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. tt.
dally, and from 6 to 8 in the evening.
' Sundays, 10 A. x. to 1 P. at. Consultation
FREE. Thorough examination aud ad
vice, fft. Full directions and advice Iras
, with every package of medicine, ly IStf
r . . ■
* Evergreen Laundry.
. "W.A. SHINO
Called for and delivered to any part
f of the olty, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
x • Orders can he left at the book store ef
' Mr. Sam lU'llman. Sprtai St. elttf \
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