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LAWYERS.
V.B.HOWARD. r. B. HOWARD.
J. BKOMIKAU.
Howard, Urosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 66, H7 and 6S Tem
ple Block, third tloor, Los Angeles.
lehatf
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
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Office, Main Mtioet,over Holler & Brad
ley's Furniture Store,
Residence,'.'ol Main slreot.iit the foot
ol Third o«U-lm •
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rtcsVAncy.Tptott Hill, | ouipe.No. i9dow
fftiaml V islu Street. | ney Block,urtstalrf.
J, HANNON, M, P.,
ttotJfjTV physician.
UQOM.fi USUd IS.CARUONA BLOCK,
ttaaldaooi Downey Avenue. Basl
Loa Angeles, near the end of street rail
way.
Ones hours from 10 to 13 A. M.; from 1 lo
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Angeles, Cal., ne irly opposite Court
nuuse. BS-DUEAsas u> Females a
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(OF Vll'^NA,)
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I dependent and French M, 11. Socie
iius. ooullstqf tl(e French Hospital In
Han Francisco. All chronic obstinate
eases aud operations on lhe eyes attend
ed to,
OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramento street,
anrnpr of Kearny. Residence-SK. uor
ußr Mason and Puciuc streets, San rran
ulsfln. 003 ly
DR. HAZELTINE,
DENTIST,
■ in., removed to tlie new aud spacious
rooms, Nos. rj nnd 12 Cardona lllock.
Main street, (formerly occupied by Dr.
Palmer) where he will be happy losee
his friends and former patrons. ts\
Dr. A. Loowenhorst,
c H i ft o jp p r> i s T.
Extracts corns without using knives,
flies or adds, cures bunions, in-growing
II jnls, etc,, without pain. Ladies and
gentlemen desiring to have operations
performed, can have them doup at their
i-eyjuences without extra charge.
{'lease address through hostoffice or
leave ordeis at his Institute, Northwest
porner m Hpring nnd Fonrth street.
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RECOMMEND TO FAMILIES
CUITTARD'S
ACME COFFEE
For a trial, and wo let the consumers be
the fudges of its merits.
■VAlso, Importers and mnnufacturerrj
of Spices, chooolates, Teas, 1:0,1 m Tar*
lar, Hoda, rfaleraLus and lni'«ilUble Yeasl
Fowder.
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U29 3m BAN FRANCISCO.
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LIULLIANT I.A(ii:u BEER Soulu ol
Man Franolaco.
Order* for DKAUtiMT or L'OTTLW
lu.i-.K promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from thle Brewer
defies competition In lhe state. mr6-U
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
I'H.Ni'nieerN fjloliiu- Nomli.
MOJOVB, March 2.—John UHoit
[and wife, R B Wood, wife and
, daughter, Mrs W H Porter, J F
McMulice, J Norwell, P Weber, C
Bremson, II Beveridge, J S Calki
no, J P Wolf, Josiah Russell, W
Dresser, C H Canon, J James, Geo
F Van Detnaik, Anne Camming!.
Tl*o latUftM TllcllK-iiliitc Aroiluil Dil.l
. Un ami hi. IfttMfetferaie.
San Fuancisco, March 2.—David
Clark, one of tbe depositors of tlie
Pioneer Bank, has made a charge
of perjury against J. O. Duncan for
swearing, as Secretary of the de
funct Bank, to a fraudulent state
ment of the affairs of the bunk
published last July. Bail bus been
fixed ill $10,(100. Thomas Gray,
President of tlie Pioneer Hank, lias
been arrested on similar charge*.
Last evening lie furnished bail and
was released from custody. There
Is a general impression that Gray
was a mere figurehead) knowing
nothing of the affair* uf tlie bank
and having no further share in its
management than to afgu papers
und draw bis salary.
Nalil, Ilio ArtlNt* I».k.i
San Fuancisco, March 2.—Chas.
Nulil, the artist, died yesterday.
The Ineritiui'i.l * Uhoh.
Ban Francisco, March 2d.—At
Sacramento tile pools on tlie Mollio
McCarty and Jake race, to come
oil'this afternoon, stand two to ono
iv favor of Mollie. Tho track is
terribly heavy.
, l*r,«».«'i*i'«» V» . i.i ii, ,
San Francisco, March. 2d.—The
Weather is unusually line and seems
likely to continue so,
l.rgl.laltve.
Sacramento, March 2.—Asslji-
BLY—A new bill was introduced by
Dewitt to provide payment of costs
in suits for the aunullnient of de
linquent certiflca'cs of purchase of
State binds. Referred lo
Judiciary Committee. The
object of this bill is to provide a
remedy for the Stato against par
ties who obtain certificates of pur
chase for large tracts ef land by
paying the first twenty per cent, us
required at the land office and then
totally neglect to keep the in
terest paid up thereafter. One per
son in Yolo County, it is said, Is
now delinquent in this way over
$20,0(10 having paid no interest
since the certificate was issued lo
him.
Grain moved to reconsider tbe
vote by which lhe Conrtltut icnal
Convention Bill passed the Senate
yesterday. Craig slated that bis
only object was un amendment re
inserting compensation for dele
gules. Tbe motion was postponed
Until Monday at three o'clopj;.
Bmlth, of Los Angeles, moved lv
postpone consideration of his reso
lutions on railroad bllli until Tues
day.
ABSKMB] V— The .Tudioiary Com
mittee was relieved from attend
ance ut the evening session of the
Home.
Haile, from the Committee on
Education, reported back Assem
bly Bill No. 289,—the text books
bill—with substitute, consider
tion of which lie asked to lie the
special order for Wednesday. Qo
oVderod.
The railroad bills, which were
the special order for 11a. M. to
day, were post pnneil, and made the
special order for Tuesday morning
next.
IliiMcuu nu,l Uriiy.
Ban Francisco, March 21. —
Duncan and Gray were brought be
fore the Police Court this morning
on lhe charges of perjury which
were preferred ngaiust them lust
night, but their examinations were
continued until next Wednesday.
Hhii t'rauelneo — 33r". llnMll||—*m»-
IMigSii recti.
San Francisco, Jtarch 2.—Mrs.
Copulla, who shot uud killed her
husband a few days ag", waived
examination this morning in the
police Court and was held for trial.
Schooner J. E. Wall, hence ou
the ]Hh ult. for Crescent City, is
missing, and from fragments of a
wreck found ou the beaoh near
Cresoent City, it is supposed she has
been lost with nil on board.
I.el I'lMlll Sill out If They llOM'l
I.lhe ||,
N/E>y Yoßff, Marcil 2.— The tri
bune's Washington special s»ys
that Evarts learned to-day that
official information has beeu re
ceived attheGermuu Legation that
the Government of Germany,
either apprehensive of the effect of
legislation by Congress ou linan
ciul fjueations or rjcilroui of con
verting some of its assets into ciibli,
had disposed ol $1,500,000 worth
of United States bonds, pur
chased several years ago with
v portion of tho {Trench
Indemnity fund. Information
of a somewhat similar character
has been received from other
sources, and it is feared that it in
dicates increasing distrust abroad
of I lie financial fcatureof the Amer
ican Bepublic. Ou tlie same sub
ject the Tribune says that in New
York city the effect of the bill lias
been to create uneasiness among
Savings Bunk depositors, many of
whom have withdrawn their
money,
r in Ttvmlille Via Hie luter-
Oeenu.
CHICAGO, March. 2.—The Inter-
Ocean's Washington special says a
prominent New Hampshire Re
publican is hare - the ap
pointment of Packi Jollector
of New Orleans, t Rollins
says that this ap. Nt is a
sine quanon of c New
Hampshire in Ihe ectiop.
There is some obataci c way
of Packard's appoint which
thoai who are on coul. terms
with tbe President > ex
plain. It is suppose /olve
Auderson'a pardou, at sug
gested that Nicholle to
name tho Collector li sou
is pardoned, hut no :tor
named by Nicbolls will Im
ed.jSenator.Eustis who Is 's's
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 3. LB7B
bitter enemy, controls enough
Democratic votes in tlie Senate to
defeat any such nomination, with
the aid of the Republicans who
have sworn to allow no one but
Packard to be confirmed. It is stat
ed that if Wells nnd Audersou
would name Allen lie would be
nominated. This rumor is sup
posed by the fact that
both Wells and Anderson
heretofore have opposed Packard's
appoint ment. It is denied posi
tively both at the White House
and by tlie members of the Cabi
net that Nlcliolls has demanded
the removal of Wells and Ander
son from their Custom House ap
pointments as the price of Ander
son's pardon. There is beginning
to be considerable anxiety felt lect
no pardon should lie granted, al
though several Cabinet ollicers
have expressed faith in Nicliolls's
intentions to grunt one. Tbe Leg
islature adjourns uext Wednesday,
and, to be effective, tlie pardon must
lie confirmed by the Senate before
that dale, otherwise Anderson
would have to remain hi tho pen
itentiary until January next. It
can be announced as certain that
no nomination for Collector will be
sent into tbe Senate until after the
Louisiana Legislature adjourns,
and it is stated that tbe President
will wait until Williamson arrives
from Central America, hi order to
consult him before another ap
pointment is made.
li'M ".Vim IO E1r,,,!
Jefferson, Ohio, March 2.—E*-
Senator Benjamlne F. Wade died
at ii:,io tins morning.
a treMNra or Niiwr Kcmuhihimii—
■low Hit. I'r.'.iileiit I'oi.lt 11.
Washington, March 2.— The
United States Treasurer hopes to
pay the salaries of Congressmen in
sliver next month. They will each
receive about twenty-livo pounds
of silver if liedoes so.
The President manifested no sur
prise to-day at tlie disposition of
tlie silver bill,but to one gentleman
who quizzed lilm he remarked that
Congress seemed in indecent haste.
In Ilouor el lie., Niiticr,
Wasiiinuton, March 2—A num
ber of Swiss gentlemen lasl night
gave a supper in honor of their
, countryman, CJen. John A. Suiter,
it being bta "Otli birthday, The
I Consul-General of Switzerland, Mr.
J Hitz, presided. Among the invited
guesls were Senator Sargent and
Representative! Page, lirentane
; und Sobleltoher,
Talk AO m; (lie ".liver Has Mrs,
WASHINGTON, March 2.—Tlie
| President is unusually irritated and
! nettled by tlie. nummary disposition
I oi* his veto. lie saifl to a Senator
[yesterday Unit ho did not expect
I such indecent haste. He did not
[suppose that two-thirds of Congress
i would forget what rested was due
! tho Executive. The Senator ro
plieil warmly: "Some of us in Con
gress, Mr. President, consider our
; conduct u.uite ns respectful to you
as your conduct in vetoing a bill
• VtVpll more than two-thirds of tho
! representatives, of tho people do
[ mantled should become the law.
Yon must havo learned by this
time that Congress does not pass
bills for the Executive to play
with."
A Congressman who has held
closo relations with tho President,
criticised to hitu, yesterday the part
of his message relating to fraud,
and saiil it sounded like a newspa
per editorial written by a Wall
street broker.
Sherman Is disappointing bis
criticsby actively preparing to put
the Silver into full operation.
I'He Tea i.-I'ai IHe Bill •<> lie Re.
ported.
Wasiiinuton, March 2.—The
Houso Committee on Paoifio Rail
roads to-day, by a majority vote,
decided to recommend the passage
of the Texus-Paciflcßailroodbii; hi
the precise terms reported hy the
subcommittee last week. Repre
sentative House will r port tlie
measure at tho tlrst call of tlie Com
mittee. The members who voted
aye are House, Chalmers, Ehim,
O'Neil, Caswell and Colo. Two of
the thirteen members of the Com
mittee, Hewitt aud Morrison, were
absent from tho meeting to day
but are known to bo opposed to tho
Ibill,
A Fresh lib<ijku Scam.
Bismarck, March 2.—r,epo,ts
from the Buford ami Poplar River
Tnthun Agency indicate a fresh In
dian scare at Yankton. Tlie Indian
agent at Poplar Creek has asked for
arms aud ammunition. Three
Cheyenne scouts from General
Miles, hearing dispatches to For'
Peck, have been killed, by Bed
Cloud Indiaue,
Tbe Waa Talk «••* ou.
London, March 2.—A telegram
from Constantinople says it is
probable that the British i,eel will
be withdrawn from Tou?ela to .»•
tU'd,
A St. Petersburg correspl.
has reason to believe tbat Bussia is
disposed to come to an amicable
urrangemeut regarding the Straits,
hut her irritation at England's
supposed design to form au offen
sive alliance with Austria is iu
creasing.
It is atuted iv tlie Lobbies of
Parliament that the navy estimate
for 1878, to be published to-morrow,
shows an increase of £83,000, one
balf of which Is for the transporta
tion of troops. The estimates
show bow it is intended to
commence the construction
of four llrst-clttsa iron clads and
complete five iron clads, twenty-six
corvettes and gunboats and thirty
torpedo boats. The above increase
is exclusive of a portion of the vote
of six millions pounds which lias
been devoted to the navy.
Vienna, March 2d.—The djscus
slon'on the vote of credit at the at
the preliminary meeting of the
Austrian delegation lasted several
hours. Only a few members de
clared against credic. One section
was ready to vote tbe money un
conditionally while the other wus
only willing to do so ou condition
that it ahull not be used iv further
ance of any scheme of annexation.
Pbstit, March 2.—Tbe Hungari
an delegation have determined not
to vote for credit if it is intended
to be applied fur the occupation of
Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Pera, March 2 —A Constantino
ple telegram, dated Thursday, says
the Porte is fully prepared to sign
tlie treaty of peace, excepting tbe
clause concerning the iron-clads,
on which Russia is unlikely to in
sist. Hence tlie signature of tlie
treaty is expected by Saturday.
Negotiations concerning tliecon
ferenoe proceed slowly. Austria's
resolution to btiug about its meet
ing is unshaken; however, it will
probably meet in spite of the pres
ent apathy by tho powers on the
subject.
'■'lie War Talk Oafm <>••.
London, March 2.—A Berlin
special says that Auitriii, in conse
quence of Germany's confidential
representations, hai abandoned the
idea of war, but will occupy Bosnia
and Herzegovina if Russia persists
in her pretensions. A dispatch
from Qafltpoll. dated Wednesday,
says tliut the Turkish Minister of
War lias ordered the Governor of
the Dardanelles to prevent, any
more men-of-war, whether British,
French or Austrian, from entering
the Sea of Marmora.
A Vienna dispatch says that tlie
willingness of Russia to giant con
cessions lo Austria arises from tlie
fact that tbe Princes of Roumanla
and Servia have resolved to accept
Austria's protection if it is obtain
able.
A telegram from Bucharest re
ceived in Paris states that Austria
is concentrating troops at Herman
stadti Transylvania.
A of K.JuU'inir.
London, Maroh 2.—The Timet
lays that the announcements iv
Parliament yesterday evening will
be welcomed us renewing some
bope of a peaceful settlement of the
Eastern question,
Tlio i .<iaii.ii Hlalalry Tnk« v
ute»my view.
London, March 2.—There is no
doubt that tlie English Ministry
take a gloomy view of tlie pros
pects of peace.
I. ■■ ■ 1 HrlCal.i Nervous All Hit Her
leel,
London, March 2.—A Constanti
nople special says that great mis
trust and uneasiness is felt respect
ing Russian designs ou tlie Bos
phorui. They can occupy the
Chanak forts at a moment's notice
Movements, the objects of wblol
are uot apparent, are still progress
ing. The position of the Rrltit
sbips at Tuzla is regarded critic
owing to li,e short run
for torpedo, boats from Lehk
inedje or Han Stefano. It is strong
ly suspected that torpedo boats ami
torpedoes are being dispatched to
Iho sea of Marmora In sections.
The Russians occupy Oharkol,
Odesto, Breglii Slliorl and Tchek
medje, ali of which places are ad.
mirably suited us bases for torpedo
operations, should it bo decided to
meuace our fleet. Precaution! are
taken nightly to guard vessels
against surprise,
i-hi.-.i Mailer*.
BOHR, March 2J.—lt Is said that
the Rope intends to dismiss tbo i
Pontifical Gendarmea and the
Swiss Guardi. He will probably
reside mostly at Castle Oando'.fo, i.
villiage fourteen luileu southeast of
Rome,, in order to be away from
the Italian government. The re
port of the appointment uf Cardi
nal Simeoni, as l'outiflcal Secre
tary of State, was premature,
rim Drift af Itnxslau OlMuluu.
St. Petersburg, March 2.—The
feeling against England has con
stantly increased till it has reached
fever heat. Several prominent
journals openly advocate war with
England and insist that a blow
shall be struck before British pre.
paratloni are completed. Qtueri
advise that a posiljon'on the Straits
be sensed ahd Constantinople occu
pied at ouce, aud then permit Eng
land to make what she plea3es uf
the situation,
f( .rig on iHo Ri a|ii etuliio I'ltlaoua.
BEI.ORADE, March 2 —Forty-one
respectable citizens havo been im
prisoned at SiDllndra and a number
at Paratischin ami Jagodina,
charged with conspiring to assassin
ate Prince Milan on bis homeward
journey.
FOR SALE.
RARE CHANCE fOR A
BARGAIN.
*
107" , theAzim-Duarte
Water Rights Perfect and
Title Cood.
FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR
RAL ON PREMISES.
«WI''IFTEEN ACRES) IS WALNUTS,
five years' groirtn, Also, variety of Fruit
Trees between ilio walnuts.
TERMS MODERATE Apply pTaon
ally or by letter to
A. J. HORN,
nirJtl Postmaster at Xl Monte.
i. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER of
Alameda and First Streets
OKA I.IHS IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Largest Auction House in
the City!
H. R, BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Two doors Enst of Old Stand, on COURT
ST., Opposite Court House.
aar regular sale on Saturday,
will commeuco at !0! a o'clock a. M, Spe
eds! Sales made at any time.
HORSES. WAGONS, and all kinds of
goods bnncht aud sold.
Jallllf H. U. BRO WN.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
m W. NOYES
lias opened out at No. 1 MAHKKT ST.,
opposite tho Court House, und will he
pleased to serve his old friends and tbe
public. Particular attention paid to ltnal
Estate sales. ltegular sale days for
Horses ami rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, 1 Intend to make my cnarges less
than those of anybody else lv the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the tlrst 31000 and one percent,
on nil sums above that amount.
Will bby FURNITURE, HORSES,
WAGONS and all kinds cf property, and
pay easn.
N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
a. M. and close at 4 p. K.
E. W. NOYE*,
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California,
nv2l
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
NEW PLACE.
ALFRED MOORE,
(irom St. Pant, Minnesota,) is now to bo
found at
It 6 Main Street,
Next tho Marble Yard. Send along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses, Bug
gies. Wagons and other merchandise you
tuny hare to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday morning at H o'oiook precise
ly. Iv-.ii Estate sales also attonded to.
n'2o-0m
TO LEASE.
"El MolinoFarm."
educational reasons,
* LoJ Angela*, I
" EL yiou
luel'.idlng residence and out-buildo..,
horses, iuulim, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, eta., for ibe term ol
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 201 acre*, on which
are 40,00.1 grape vines, over 3,000 orange
trees, 700 English wal nut trees, 000 lemon
and lime trees; also a, number of black
walnut, pecan, almond, tig. apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; two or three acres Of alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable laud, ami
THE WUUL.E; TRACT ABUNDANTLY
WATERED.
Attached to tho residence Is a spacious
hath-room, supplying hot, col i and
shower hat ha. There is also a BILLIARD
HOOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm Is most eligibly situated iv
the FKUll' BELT of the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About-eight, miles east of Los Angeles
city, and near tlie Railroad Station td'
suu Gabriel Mission. IfHot loused,
I WILL SEW* THE ENTIRE
PROPERTY
On advantageous terms, to-wit: One
third cash, the balan"e in one, two, three
and lour yean, at 10 per cent. Interest per
annum interest, payable semi-annually.
K.J. C. KB WEN,
No*, 10 A 11 Btrellta Building, Spring UL
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. oSltf
FOR SALE
lIX LOT!"* TO SUIT.
5000 Acres of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
ter Association
Lands.
The best orange and scmi-tropioal fruit
land In the State; located In the heart of
tbe San Gabriel valloy, and in the midst
ot the oldest aud largest vineyards und
orange groves of Los Angelas counly.
No wuter rates charged. Tlie purchas
er of land Irom tills Association receives
not only Ills land but also a proportion
ate share or an inexhaustible waier sup
ply, the most complete irrigation system
In the state, which has cost the Associa
tion already over $40,000f0r ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water in I rant of
every lot. Churches and school houses
on the tracts. Tito S. P. It. R. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards on these lands
and In the vicinity test their
capability fur this culture. The thiols
perteot. Grant bargain and sale deeds
given. Prices reduced to suit the times.
A map of the Tract may lie seen at the
office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposite Pico House.
AU communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F. W. WOOD, Secy.
nt-llf Los Angeles. Cal.
FOB ZR/EZLnTT.
FINE COTTAGE,
Containing five rooms, in the heart of the
city. Splendid view and good location.
A six loom dwelling house, in good lo
cation; close to business portion of the
city; has Just been newly painted aud
papered* Apply to
P. BEAUDRY,
No. 81 New High SL.opp. Pico House.
• oc2l
RAFFLE.
An elegant SILVER ■ MOUNTED
HEADSTALL. Mexican stylo, solid sli
ver, will be raffled at tho Palace Maloou.
103 CHANCES AT ,1 EACH.
No bar bill to pay. olltr
BUBINESB CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
[lOOml 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
•eptetf
Johu E. Jackson,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Tempi* Block. slBtf
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS OF TITLE, Including every
transaction from the earliest dales to the
present tune, made with accuracy and
dispatch.
ttS-.VLLKN'S RUIOING, corner Spring
and Templo streets.
James (J. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
VEYANCER.
OFFICE-Temple Block (part of old Bank
Building),
Commissioner of Deeds for the State of
Indiana. s9 lm
REMOVAL
I have removed my office to
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining Hie new Poitoffloe.
T. I>. MOTT.
HOTELS.
X, S. nIC'KNELI,. D, II I'AltUUllAlt.
PACIFIC HOTEL,
BI OK N ELL tk FARQUH AR,Prp».
Adjoining tho Union Dopot.
Convenient to all (rains arriving or de
parting from boa Angeles. Street cars to
all parte of tlie ciiy. Everything new
And clean. Board by tho day or week at
reasonable rates. n24lf
HOTEL,
S. W. Chn.
Proprietors.
The St. Ch arios la located in Ibe busi
ness centre of the city, anil is thu largest,
most elegant nnd completely organized
Hotel lv .southern California.
Free ooach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
itarWeslern Union Telegraph In Hotel
olltce. Jylitf
MOJAVE HOTEL,
Alojixve Juuctiou, Cat.
nnHIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED
X. to receive iis numerous patronsJiiiiK,
and tlie traveling public in general. Ru
ing entirely new and Hplendidly tur-
Duheij, it affords superior accommoda
tion**
ITS TABLE W HOTE
Is second to none ln Southern California
THK BA IL is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors nnd cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is* also
attached to tho house.
AH trains stop here for broakfast anJ
supper. ;t Is tlie point nf departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, via.—
Darwin, TaOne Fine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
atnint. Tho ofllce of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of 0
traveling puhllo is respectfully solicited.
M ATT It EWm A UO YD,
fe2l-tf l'roprietoris.
THE
Commercial Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lauds of the 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; U four miles from
railroad ami telegraph stat ion; house en
tirely n«w, lighted hy gas, und contain*
all modern conveniences.
A School lor children on thepjemiscß,
For particulars Hddiess proprietor, l*. O.
Box 1141, Lo* Angeles.
FOB S-A-XjIE.
I oirer my place, three-quarters ol a
mile from Downey Clly, on the Wilming
ton road, adjoining Ihe C.dlesc. 111 a bar
gain. It comprises
TWENTY ACRES,
• Flfleeo of which are In fruit, of choice
varieties. There are eight acres of Kqt
cal grapes. Comlorlahle house on the
prezul.es.
I LOW PRICE 4 REASONABLE TERMS
Immediate possension will be given, I
' de.lrcd.wllh tho entire growing crop o
trults, etc Water rrghlattaebed in land
but no neoeaalty lor uae. Apply to
Jvl 6m O. H. ALLEN, on th. premises.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEM !"LE Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He has the LARGHHT,
FINEST AN I) BEST .STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
C.ll'ornia. His old customers und the
public will find it the place to gel BEST
STYLES aud FITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOEBKINB,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CABBIMEREB,
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prln
clpal gentlemen of the city, lor whom he
has made clothing.
arNo necesnlry to send lo San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
HAJNU
Of Loa Angeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
— Cashler
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isaias W. Hellman, Edoene Mxyer,
O. W. Child», L. C. Goodwin,
C'HAHLHH DUC'UMMON, JOSE MAHCAKEL,
Jiuin s. Griffin, C. E. Thorn,
Fa AN X LECOtJVUEUR.
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN nnd HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Buy and Hell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay lhe highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and afterthis date,on all rnoucys
loitas Term Deposits, interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Bank
Of Los Angeles.
. lor ■ MJOO;
H. B. t'ATBICK President
K. K. SPENCE Casb'Q.T
DIRBCTOBB.
M. S. Patkick, 8. H. Mott,
A. A. Wu.cox, H. Mabury,
M. WOODWOKTH, L LANKEKBUIM,
O. B. WITHKKBY, JNO. O. CAPHON,
J. E. HOLLRKBECK,
This Bank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bank
ing Bubinet*.
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at cm rent rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIN STREET.
Log Angel eg Cal
CtpiUl Stock (paid up), 3C0.00C
J.S. HLAUHON Preside:,!
It. H. BAKttK Viee-Pivsid.-i.t
J.M. ELLIOTT Cashier
DIRECTORS,
.T.B. Ml.AuaoN, P. Bkaudkv,
V. A. IIOOVKH, RoBiCKT S. lIAK XX,
J. Bixuy, QUO, W. PrMGOTI
A. W. Bowman.
Receive BaVinga Bank deposits.
Buy mill sell exchange on San Francisco,
New York, Loudon, Purls, Berlin and
Prank fort.
Buy exohange on all pails of the United
States aud Europe*
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
hankfngand exchange business.
Neitzie, DsCamp & Co.,
UNDERTAKERS,
JVo. 3 SPRING STREET
All kinds of Funeral Work carefully
allended to by lhe oldest ami most cxpe
liooccd proteMlonata in the busiuess.
Full Charge Taken of Remains.
and Interment, made la catholic, city
and Evergreen Cemeteries. M.-ps i.l each
tv warerooms.
gOyJ3o.Ur. embalmed, prepareil and
shipped lo all pans of the country.
Too only firm cxclUHlvely in the Under
tnxing business. We own our own ve
hicles ami livo stock. Tho only com
plete stock of
Wooden & Metalic Burial
Cases and Caskets,
Roboa, Hardware and Mourning Drapery
und ixc uxive ageuts for the STEIN'B
l' .TENT (MSKKTrt, the only first-class
luilml cafket ever introduced In the
law*' country.
OUR HEARSES
Embrace Ihe Handsomest Adult Full-
Trimmod Vehicle Made.
The Only White Hearse Here,
and the only appropriate vchlclo for
young people ana children. Carriage,
flue and rales low. Patrons shown the
vurlous cemeteries free. Those requiring
such service. Kill d i well to call on aa.
Montana Meat Market.
IfIUOCLINOER* FRANK, MM
! The beßt and teodere.l
In the market. Nuue but the
Prlmast Beof and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the addreu— Mon
tana Meat Market, Main Street, neai
first. Los Angelee.
NO. 82
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Notice.
M ••«>" Angele. 1 odce Ho. 4%. r.
* . A ; —Tl>e "lated meeting.
YX »' this Lodge are held oa the
first MONDAY of each inout'i at
' 7:30 p. m. Mem here of Penlaj
pha, No. 202, and .11 Mailer Masons In
good standing are oorllally Invited.
By order of the W:>M:>
Chas. Smith, Secretary.
Lit Angeles Chapter No. 33, R: • a:-
t Stated convooation. on I,
MONDAY of each month
TH p. M. al Masonic Ball.'
Sojourning companion, in
good .tending cordially In.
vlted. By order of
8. C. FOY, H. f
Sam. Praoek,
Secretary.
Las Angeles Canned Na. 11, Rani end
Select Masters, F. a A. M.,
Holds it. slated assemblies on the .lb
iJ^'l 0 ' 1 ""? , m °nth at Masonta Hall,
at7:3o p. m Sojourning CompanlWln
good standing ar fraternally lnvltedSat)
attend. By orderorthe Th". Ili'/^IV
It. (i. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder,
KNiaHTSTEMPLArt
De Liofl Commander* Na.
Zr lm 9, k;. t;.
Holds its staled conclaves at the A.T> -
iuiu ln Masonic ilall. on the TlHmi
THURSDAY o'ea-h 7« o'SolS
p. a. Knights Templar ln
geou .landing are coMiiilly invited to at
tend. By order of the
aY- C'
J. O. Littlefield, Recorder.
I. O. O. f. ':
•KVWniU "■ •—iw-guiar meennga
„. rCTTi. , M °NDAY evening at 8 o'clock
?- t ,i? dd Fel o*.; ilall, Downey Blow.
V lslUng and sojo .rnlng brother, ln good
standing are invited to attend. * ooa
«•.,,„ 1.. „. *t LEHMAN, N. O.
Fred. W. Wood, Rec. Bee,
Lo. a»k< i..» lAdge Mo. 55,1, c. •>.*.
-~jmm\l* r .. R'P'lar meeting bald on
EVENING Ol
e ' l '' A ' wtM ' k "t TH o'clock. So
, ■;■ lournlng brethren In good
"landing aro cordially lnvlied.
, „ „ J" W. BARD, N. G.
A. Frank, R. r.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 3t, I 0.
0. F.
.saie»afe Kt:HUI ' AR MEETINGS beta
V«H li,, Second aud Fourth
•a»FTUKBI)AYB of each month al
. TH p. m. Sojourning Patrt
"fto a".!n°d J " a,,t " n,t a ™ oOrdially lnvU
B. M akxskn. Scribe. 0 ' °' LIPS ' C ' P '
Knightt of Pylhias.
OLIVE LODGE. No- 20.
'JbW meet* every i'nur>aas? evening."
7 „"' cl " ck ' at '*>• Ca.Ue-Hall,
Downey Block. All sojourning Knlabte
In good standing are cordially Invited.
c ». J' A ' DUNSMOOIt.C. C.
O. E. Mii.es, K. hi it. s.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
* REGULAR MTSTT *
jm tbur
-cretary.
b. F. HEINZEMAN A CO.,
Successors to J. B. SAUNDERS Jk CO
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
•y« Main Sti-cel.
LOS ANGELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES,
the
PUREST LXUGS and PATENT MEDI.
clnes of all kinds, aar Prescriptions care
fully compounded day and night no2-tf-S
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
V. CHEVALIER'S
JDttTTO- STORE
H:is been removed from SIGNORBT'3
BLOCK lo
Uardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
French and other koileigu
patent medicines.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
oa-rrescilptlous prepnred with (real
area. ditf
SIR ASTLKY COOPER'S
VITAL. RE
The great Engl It
Debility, speiint
Decline of Physl il
The Vita
WIU positively .
permanently, un\ »
VITALITY or N i
acute or of long §ti
•ex. no matter r
duced.
The Vital
Is a thoroughly sch
not a quack n -
safe to take; Is ]
supplies to the cci
pathetic system of
Purifies a
The btooJ. rejuven
lng both mind am
both in this count
testlfv to the grea
of this really grea'
Price, $3 per boi
quantity lor «10. B
cure irom observe t
Address all le' I.
a. c. mi:
(Graduate of the V
vanla and late '
Orthopaedic 14 •>
phlaj
No. 7J2 Montgoinp
Hide Agent.
p. s.-un. mi n i
In reiereaee to I I
vi.- olflee hours fi
dally, and from t
Sundays, 10 a. M '*
KKKK. Thorough — -
vice, $5. Full dm lions and >d vice free
with every packngo of madlclnn. lylfttf
Evergreen Laundry.
WA S Hrl I IST Gr-
Called for and delivered loany pari
1 of the city, by
! Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
r Orders can he left at the loit .1 >re ol
Mr. Sam llcilinan, spring 81. »lstf

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