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■ - n-,1, .i mvhi» morning except Moo- lIV .IQHKI'H 13. LYNCH. r£R!ViS FOR DAILY HERALD: f uunum, by mull orexpresß $10 * * months " " I , uree months " . — ■••» /» '# •llvered by carriers, pir week fee cents 1 is angeles¥kkly herald i>nhli.h«*sl every Situ rduv morning. TKRM-i. jour,by mall orexprcsH,oneoopy..l!Bl)l t litis " " " "— ] « clu-ee " " " " -t "t >dvurltseineuts Inserted at reasonable ..u>-. .11 Hluils ot Job-work done to • uiprte with *>■>■> flSMli™ lo frtcr.Style, bmil Kler»"«» •* Worh. ini.oan.lp. LAWYERS. V. IS. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD. J. BROSStAU. Howard, Brosscau & Howard, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Rooms 68,«7 and 68 Teili i.le Block, third door, Los Angeles. lebB-tr ~ HENRY tThAZARD, 1 I'TOKNEYATLAW COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, G. A. Doblnsou, Manager. OFFICE — R 081 B and 9 Downey Slock. laM-tf 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms I uud 4 Ducommuns Blodc, corner Main A- Commercial streets, Lot Angeles. may7-tf A. o I.ASSKM., 0. H. SMITH A. B. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, Y TTORNEYS AT LAW, ■>FFU!E—TEMPLE BLOCK up-slatrs, Los ■ leeles, California. oc2-tf—2 A. cTIi.AKER,~ \ TTOIiNUY - AT - L. AAV, ROOM 50, TEMPE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Jyl'.tf PHYSICIANS. Dr. Kirkpatrick. Olltce and Resident)*—No. I'iFItANKLIN SritKHT. fe'2B-lm 08. .VAI/HSITIIJDLEY, No. 19 FORT ST., Between Temple aud Franklin streets. fti3tr n. s. oinaitsoN, m. o. i.. m'guirk, K. D. Drs. Giberson & McOuire, (Successors to Dr. T. S. Stanwuy,) Ortlce, Main St ieet, over i)ot:er & Brad ley's Furniture store. Residence, :'UI .Main street.lt Ihe loot ot Third oat-Inn Or. N. P. RICHARDSON, k *ty utOlsUt n.ns.l furgoou li s,deuce, Fort Hill, I Offlc.o, No. 19 Dow lineua Vista street. | neyßlock,upstairs. J. HANNON, M. D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN. I>UoMSUund 16, (JAKHONA BLOCK. V Residence Downey Avenue, Eest I4MI Angeles, near tho end of streot rail way. OOtce hours from 10 to 12 A. M,; from 1 to IP. H. up2o-tf K. D. WISE, M. D. OrriCK IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS Angeles, Cal., nearly opposite Court House. tifrliisKA-M.-t of Kjcmaleb a Specialty. ouls J. Bechtinger, M. D., (OF VJENN A,) I>HYBICI.\N TO TIIE ITALIAN In dependent tiiul French M. H. .Socie ties. Oculist of Hi.- French Hospital in Ban Francisco. All chronic obstinate cases and operations on the eyes attend ed to, OFFICE — No, 704 PUcramento street, corner or Kearny. Residence—.HE. cor* ncr Mason aud I'acluc streets, Han Fran cisco. ocB ly Dr. A. Loewenhorst, OHIBOFODIIT, Extract, corn! without using knives, u»it», efs rt . jmUmiu, .'i,,.'.'. ', . , a i. , .t-iw. awlri .* I 'ji, -a e>. ► lisriorui ?d e*u I re ( radix . tto-.;' rettmooces Mill w — ttu !i»> 'i.- s,- andi.M i . « leave orueis at lit. It * ■'*.. comeref Hprtng and.Ueet. CITAROEK ifOUEKA'Ji.i). Janrlf -.■f.w i <: : ' : :">gcfci»4i Qardenersatid C »ntmctora, Los Angeles Daily Herald Morning Telegrams. l'astieoKerM Cuming* San Francisco, March 11.—The following are the passengers for Los Angeles by steamer Orizaba, which sailed at 10 a. M. to-day: B F Garney, Dr Haljovin, H F Colemau, J H M v tin ,* wf, C Kroger, J 11 Bchenck, wifo A G Montgomery, daughter Miss J Powell, ' JamOH Smith & family Mrs G W Wood, Paul Shoemaker, John Becker, A Itaucli, Miss Foster, 0 M Williams, T J Stevenson tk wf, GMurry, W C Evans, B X Boyentou, F A. Shelly. UIMUV so.Mill. Mojave, March 10.—Mrs Hunt ing, J James, J M Adams, Mrs Beach, Miss Emma Schy, J A Bry ant, J Kiley, 0 H Dresses, C D Rush, Henry Welimier, 1. Clias sagna, A Robert*, 0 T Beckwith. J H Beach, Q A Norton, \V 11 Nisnn, A T Abbot, Mrs Cook, Cor poral Cooney, J H Ward, H A Mason. Mojave, March 11.—E J Bald win, Mrs J E Foulds, J Reynolds, Miss Jennie Dexter, Miss Molly Bowen, 8 Calvert, A .1 Young, Mrs A Whitney, I M McKay, Mrs C E Briggs, C O Ditt'en backer. PJttMtll Ito.n Uuriletl. Santa Rosa, March 11.—The Santa Rosa Distillery, owned by Lochmau & Jacoby, of San Fran cisco, was destroyed by lire last night; loss $?O,OUO, partially in sured; doubtless the work of an Incendiary. Tile Nh.ml l.i. Is iliir. IHnsi.i 0.11--.1. San Francisco, March 11.—The agitator! hehl their usual meeting on the land lots yesterday, about seven thousand being present. Kearney described his recent in terview with I .eland Stanford and admitted that he had, as the result of that interview, come to the con clusion that Stanford was a much smarter man than lie hud supposed. He credited btanford with saying that he had been a wurkingman himself anil would not interfere with his employed in voting as they »«»■ lit, und hoped that if any one attempteil to da so he would be reported. Kearney volunteered the information thut, iv his opinion, Stanford would vote the Workingmen's ticket at the next election, and succeeded iv manufacturing quite v feeling among the crowd of udmiratiou for the man who had been lately de nounced as the arch-enemy of the Workingmeu's movement. About two hundred depositors of tiie Pioneer Bank held a meeting la*t evening. A (j"od deal of dis satisfaction was expressed at the alleged action of the Safe Deposit Company iv throwing obstacles in the way of a full investigati >n of affairs. Kearney was present, though not a depositor, but claimed to represent a number of men who were. He made a speech, attacking the authorities for tbelr course with regard to Duncan, and charging .that it hud been with a view to defeat the ends of justice. A new Committee was appointed, consisting of Dennis Kearney, Chairman, Theodore Grumey, Secretary, und Thomas E. Preston aud John Mcintosh. They were directed to look after the Investigation of the ali'uirsund pre pare to bring suits against Duncan. Judge Barbour was chosen as coun sel. The Trades Union met yesterday but did little business except to postpone their Stale Convention till the 31st lust. Weather clear and line. Laatvtaiive. Sacramento, March 11.— The report of the Joint-Committee on Labor Troubles will lie presented this morning. The report refers lo the labor troubles in the Ku.st in July,anil slates that, ut the time these occurred, a large pro portion of the laboring element iv Kan Francisco was unemployed. This was caused by the steadily increasing incursions into several departments of labor by the excessively huge Asiatic population. Public sentiment in San Francisco was raised to lover heat by reports from the East. The report then reviews the scenes of the incendiary tires which followed flrstl i meeting at tlie new lull ols. Tho Committee tat they failed any connection c outrages and the so udngmen'a purty and ;rs. Tho Committee > find,any evidence of icts rem in it ied or at l he supporters of the *s movement, al age was used at some tings which, if I titer it t surrounding circum results, might seem • its face evidences of y character. These .ere dilated upon in f s, and createil a feel pprehenslon in the • rsons unacquainted I oses and the compo the Workliigmen's 0 Committee then the arrests made c and state that, in h arrests, the police lied their prisoners in of a multitude of ex lio, however, made no nng what appeared to buse of law in a T- Evidence was 3d to show that in dispersing such >f persons made uu id brutal use of their ;ly wounding several is committee suggest r ross violullou of the speech, and such wan f municipal authority, the aeverest eon- It is also a l ',, the passage of ' liary Act by t. 111-timed ami itter the minds i. bad already sunt tsou of tue hast} le municipal a is Act was by citizens folic v 7 LOS ANGELES, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12. 1878. mercantile pursuits. The Commit tee suggest the repeal of this Act and intimate that the same cause lias always existed for Its passage in this and other States and countries, .but that the code and the com mon law of England have been found to be sufficient iv themselves to punish crime and to preserve peace The Committee conclude by stating that the introduc tion of the Chinese element has proved ami must continue to prove a curse to California, by crowding white labor to the wall. They suggest that some speedy means be devised to give employ ment to white labor either by ap propriating a sufficient sum of money for improvement of public parks or by authorizing the San Francisco Supervisors to employ a large force of laborers in repairing public streets and highways. llfMMa lo PttJMMMit. Portland, Ogn., March 11. — John Morgan, proprietor of a saloon in (his city, commit toil suicide lust night by shooting himself through the head with a Derringer. De ceased hail been drinking very heavily of late. Tiie Kulluii* ul Louisville BM.lueul Sir... Louisville, March 11, —A mass meeting of busiuess men last night favored the repeal of specie resump tion and the "equalization of mint privileges to gold aud silver. I:.s. If, r.m "ci lv Liberia. New York, March 11.—Tbe ship A/.or, to take the first Installment ot negro emigrants to Liberia, will have Charleston in a few days, carrying about 250 persons, with a valuable cargo of agricultural im plements, dry goods, hardware, seeds, etc. One hundred and sixty thousand colored men are eager to go. Hi*,'o Ilooa li -Vol iii.li but I r1 in I I i , .V'iitl. Washington, March 11 th.—Tho report of special agent F.vutis con cerning the charges against Super intendent McCullough, has been tiled with Secretary Sherman. It is to the same purport as previously intimated, uccquittiug McCullough of dishonesty, tint holding him ac countable lor the maladministra tion of tho affairs of his office through neglect. Tli« Knot. llliiOihil*-. Cheyenne, Wyo., March 10 — The Union Pacific isstill blocked by snow. The Western Division Is open beyond Laramie, but nothing has passed that point eastward. The Eastern Division is open east of Sidney, but nothing has passed Antelope westward, where No. 3 passenger train, due here Friday last, still remains awuiting relief. Several hundred men with shovels, together with v number of plows, | have been engaged to-day between Sidney and Laramie in the endeav or to lilt the blockade. The j heaviest plow on the road left Laramie this morning, but | stuck at the siding. Tho snow in 'the cuts is packed very hard aud I the plough! which left here east ward at 7 o'clock A. M. have not made much progress, returning here at 7P. m. The Colorado Cen tral train is at Taylor's station, eighteen miles south with a plow in the ditch. The Denver Pacific train is ten miles south in a similar predicament. Belief has started Irom the south for both of these trains. No news from the north has yet been received. Reports from Colorado nay that the Kansas Pacific is badly blocked with a wrecking train iv a ditch at Box Elder. OMAHA, Neb, March 11.—The snow storm on the lino of the Union Pacific from Julesliurg tn Bitter Creek is abating, so that men can work to clear the track. It Is expected that if the storm does not rise again that the track will ho clear to-morrow evening, so that trains can move. Trains were leaving Omaha regularly for the West. Jt was reported that a large uu tuber of cattle had been driven into the Platte river by the storm and died in consequence of cold aud Ice. The report, however, ll exaggerated, as it lias since been ascertained (hut very few if any cattle have died. Sergeant James Ford, Co. D, sth Cavalry, was driven into a canon tt mile from that town and covered up by twenty feet of snow. Ettuits were made by his com rades and citizens to lescue him but they have not yet proved successful. Heavy drifts between Cheyenne and Archer are reported. Tile ituiiib Mlieli lv elm House, Washington, March 11.—Proc tor Knott will to-day present Montgomery Blait's memorial to tho House relative to Hayes's title. A Ti.rui.il.. at Allaotn. Atlanta, Ga., March 11, —A tor nado occurred here yesterday. The Episcopal church was destroyed and eighteen of tho congregation wounded. Several other churches were injured. The City Hall was entirely unroofed anil the car sheds of tho railroad depot were over turned. C'wua rcloiia.. Washington, March 11th.— House.—A large number of peti tions were presented remonstrating against tho transfer of thu life-sav ing service to the Navy Depart ment, aud against the tax on in comes. Senate. — Windony from the Committee on Appropriations, re ported, with amendments, the West Point Appropriation Hill, and gave notice that he would call It Up for consideration to-morrow. Matthews reported an amend ment in the nature of a substitute lo the 'jill recently introduced by Dorsey lv relation to the establish ment of a sinking fund for liqui dation of the indebtedness due the Government from the Pacific ■ llrmml Companies. Placed on (tie. < rrliiry ftlinriiiaii IHfteutaw* M«»H«-y Matter*. , ihinciton, Match 11.—Sec- Shermau was before the tee on Coinage, Weights h a urea this morning, and views about the proposetl measure for issuing certificates of deposits of sliver bullion. In this conned I in:, the question was dis cussed us to whether such certifi cates should merely represent the bullion at its market value, or whether the Government should buy bullion with the certificates. It seemed to be conceded that certi ficates should be issued, but tbe Committee came to no conclusion as to detail. Dr. Lindermanu gave Information concerning the facilities for coining the new silver dollar, and said that to double present capacity would require threo additional mints, or two in addition to that at New Orleans. Tin.i \ ever-Eoillug Claim, Washington, March 11—The Senate Public Louds Committee, Saturday, heard evidence with re gard to the McGarrahan claim. The counsel for the New Idra Com pany- said he would show that every decision in Me- Garrahan's favor had been ob tained by the use of money, and in support of this claim, produced a lot of letters from McGarrahan lo Mr. Fraud., Secretary of the Pano che Grande Company. The other side claim that everything in the letters can be satisfactorily ex plained. What lliu I're.liloot TlilokM. New York, March 11—The Tri bune's Washington special says there are indications that the Pres ident has abandoned nil idea of harmonizing tiie factions iv the Republican party in Louisiana by any appointments he may make, and thut he has settled on his pur pose to appoint some man not identified with either side us Col lector of the Port of New Orleans, to be followed by sweeping changes in other offices. Tbe Trei.ly. London, March ll.—Grand Duke Nicholas will not visit the Sultan at present. The Sultan has ratified the treaty, it is reported that ths last clause is to the effect that Russia and Tin key will not recog nize the right of any other powers to interfere with its terms except on the question of the Dardanelles and the boundary of Montenegro. ORANGE TREES IT O IRs S_.A. L lE. 50,G00 Orange Trees, I-ROM THREE TO FIVE YEARS OLD, AT FROM 810 to S2D per 100. Specimen trees c m OS seen at the Anc lion House of W. H. NORTHURAFT. corneref Spriug and Market streets, or by visiting the Nursery, wituin ton min ute's drive 01 the Court House. 'n To House Owners, It. Is now the beit leaoon of the year to paint buildings. He not deceived Into buying worthless piilnt, mixtures, hut call al the I'.VIN 1' DEPOT ot Foster, Howard & Co., No. 7 ARCADI A I!LOOK, and examine samples of the BEST PAINTS In the m irket before buying. MTPBIOEB LOW. Silver taken ut par. ihe c irrent pre mium allowed on (<>,ld and R-rccnbncks. lu'27-lm m& FASHION Livery and Sale Stable, WILSON & YOUNG, MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St. ! Horses iiud Carriages, Single or Double, land (Saddle Horses kepi constantly ou hand lor ttie accommodation of tho pub j lie. HorfO* Hoanled by the day. week or \ month at rcasouahlo rates. Conveyances , furnished for private or public occasions lat the snortest notice and upon as reas | ouablc terms as at any First Class Establishment In .Southern California. jaMtf WILSON & YOUNG, Prop's. LO6 ANGELES Exotic Gardens & Nursery LOS AVUELES STREET, In igSj ZTZ rear ol Cathedral. J!T I would respoctfully nnnouneo to my old customers and tuo public generally that I have on hand and Hhal I keep eve rythlng in my line of business—TßEKS. fSHUU liS, PLANTS, etc., wholesale and retail,and at LOWEST PRICES. Orders Trom abroad promptly oxo-uted and t>utlsfactlon guaranteed. Plants de livered free of charge In the city. LOUIS J. STENGEL, mrt-8m Formerly ShaetTer A Stengel. The Steams Ranches, Ai.s Xi a* KOIiIIVNOX. Trustee, Hi? Market m., Nsu Frnuvlaeo, t'Hl. 4J/s i\f\i \ ACRES OF LAND FOIi OvJjUUvl sale, In lota to suit, suit able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons. Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches. Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley. Flux, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also man> thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit able tor Dairying. Good water Is abundant at an average depth of six feet from the surface. On al most every acre of this laud FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and tbe more elevated portions can be Irri gated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Moat of these lands are naturally moist requiring only good cultivation to product crops. TERMS -One-fourth Cash; balance In one, two and three years, with 10 per cent interest. I will take pleasure In showing these lands to parties seeking lund, who are Invited to come and see this extensive tract before purchasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Dec. 24, I 87 A PHYSIOLOGICAL - View of Marriage! ynOeMHSSIMni A Guide to WixlloSk am) I TTmrn v w .S> „~ C-onndtiuiui "i rrttu. <>» th# fa J M *JI » i r-la jiiulin ol uiarn.flo ami 111* HfiCh*9**Mri*4Mpp ~ i, ~.„.„. anti ot RcprodutUon im £ lM dig^g BBM .U Dißsasua of Women IrwTaTiTW VrJ 4 A **'ok 0»r prWaJr, eatuld. |iif I l k i.s| r 'lt] *to reading *»» pagta, pri«; ""'VWfflt llo'&L ADVISER' n On all di.orilari ot arrlviW Nfttar« ti-om Soil Ahttue, EToeanes. or Secret DUtHN, win» thu U-n Uwa.ni of oarn, MM lane BUM. pHc. Ul ml: A CI.INICJ L I.TOtOTJEun th* aJH.re <L.«ueo ami rhm* uftn* Throat ftM Lungs, Oatarrh.Ruptur*, th* Optum Habit,*e,, ptlc« lOcfa. Lifhrr book nut postpaid on receipt et pript; or %\\ three C'intakiiitirlWnßiitiii, liooutlftilly UluatraUd, lor TA cU. Addrua DR. BUTTS, Ko-ISN. SU. St. St. Louts. U» ag2S *stw M s% s*a af% Salary* •^•*s**ssai■»!••■)•■ m m 11lin to^n ourst„ r io««,ai.t<i ML I #I■ ■ ■ e M i*r*. expenses."". *J Sfll /||l||dr*M».i UkaNT * CO.. Mo. 9, W 4,6*SHob.i St., Cinolunatt.* ag22 „ MISCELLANEOUS. Largest Auction House in the City! H. R. BROWN, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Two donrs East of Old Stand, on COURT ST., opposite Court House. MT REGULAR KALE on Saturdays will commence at o'clock A. X, Spe cial Sales m i t.- Nt any time. HOUSE*. WAGONS, aud all kinds of goods bnugtit uud sold. Jullltf H. R. BROVN. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOU I HERN CALIFORNIA. 18. W. NOYES Has opened out at No. 1 MARKKT ST., opposite the Court House, ami will be pleased to serve bis old friends and the public. Particular attention paid to Real Kslate tales. Regular salu days for Horses and rolling stock, WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. As I have no partners and do my own work, I Intend lo make my charges less Hi hi those of anybody else lv tbe busi ness, charging ou real estate iwo per cent, for the llrst 81000 and one percent, on all sums above that amount. Will buy FURNITUKIC. 110RSKH, WAGON'S and all kinds of property, and p»y casn. ■ N. B.— Saturday's sales commence at 10 A. M. HUtl close at 4 P. K. K. W. NOYK-*, Oldest Auctioneer In Southern Calllbrnln. nvSl AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A NEW PLACE. ALFRED MOORE, (from HI. Paul, Minnesota,) it now to bo found at ISC Main Street, Next the Marble Yard. Soud alonu your Furniture, «toves, Bedding, Horses, Bug gies. Wagons and other merchandise you may have to dispose of". Auction every Saturday morning atii o'clock ureoise ly. Real Estate sales also attonded to. nw4m TO LEASE. "El MolinoFarm." Iror business ami educational reasons, desiring to remove into ivoj Angeles. I will least* " EL 10LIN0 FASH," Including residence and out-bulldinga horses, males, wagon, harness, agricul tural implements, etc*, tot the term of TWO OU THREE YEARS. The farm consists of 204 acre*, on which ire 40.00." grape vines, over 4,000 orange trees, "00 ungllsb wui nut trees, (too lemon and lime trees; Also a number uf black walnut, pecan, almond, tig. apricot, plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas, etc.; twoor three acres of alfalfa, fifty SOrei vacant arable land, nnd TUB WHO LB TRACT ABUNDANTLY WATERED. Attached to tho residence is a spacious 'jath-room, supplying hot, col i and shower baths. There is also a BILLIAItU HOO.M, table uud apnurtenanous. The farm \ t most eligibly sttnsted In the KRUIT BBLToftbu San Gabriel Mission Valioy »boot eight miles east of Lot Angeles •Ity. and near the Uiltroad (Station of sail uata-lel Mission, ll not leased, [ WILL SELL THE ENTIRE PROPERTY On advantageous term I, to-wit I nue thlrdeashi the balance tn one, two, three and i«ur years, at lo percent. Interest pel mnuin Interest, payable ReratHtnunaityi K.J. C. KEWKN, Voa. 10 A ll Strsllts Building, Springßt. s. K. Bulletin and chronicle copy. oSltl FOR SALE I JS LOT!* IT O .^UIT. 5000 Acres of the Lake Vineyard Land and Wa ter Association Lands. Tbe best orange nnd semi-tropical fruit land In tiie Stale; located in the heart of toe Han uabrlel valley, and In the midst oi theoldest aud largest vineyards und orange groves of Los Angeles county. No water rates charted. The purchas er of land from Ibis Association receives not only his land but also a proportion ate sham of an inexhaustible water sup ply, the most complete Irrigation system in the State, which has cost the Associa tion already over $10,000 for ditches, pipes and reservoirs aloue. Water in mint of every lot. Churches and school houses on tiie tracts. The S. p. It. It. passes through tho lands. The orange orchards and vineyards on these lands and In the vicinity test their capability for this culture. The title is perfect. Grant bargain and sale deeds given. Prices reduced to suit the tunes. A map of the Tract may bo seen at the office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High street, opposite Pico House. All communications addressed to the Secretary will receive prompt attention. F. W. WOOD, Soc'y. nUtf Los Angeles, Cal. FOB ZR/EISTT. FINE COTTAGE, Containing five rooms, In the heart of the city. Splendid view and good location. A six loom dwolllng house, In good lo cation; close to huslneMS portion of tbe city; has Just boeu newly pair ted and papered. Apply to F F P. BEACDRY, No. 81 New Hlifh St..npp. Pico House. oc'2l BAFFLE. An elegant SILVER - MOUNTED HEADSTALL, Mexican ■tyle, .olid sil ver, will be raffled at the Palace Saloon. 100 CHANCES AT «1 EACH. No bar bill to pay. olltf BUSINESS CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 1:1 and H. McDonald Block, Main St., LOS A NGE LESJ,CaI. septulr John E. Jackson. CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Room 41 Tcmnle Block. Blalf Wm. 11. J. BROOKS, Searcher of Records and Examiner of Titles. ABSTACTB OF TITLE, Including every transaction from tbe earliest dat«a to tbe present time, made with accuracy and dispatch. |WALLEN'S BUIUING, corner Spring and Temple streets. James (J. Kays, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON VEYANCER. OFFICE—Temple Block (partorold Bank Budding). Commissioner of Deeds Tor the State of Indiana. .11 lm REMOViAL I nave removed my office to No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING, Adjoining the new Postofliee. r A\ I>. MOTT. d'23-lin HOTELS. PACIFIC HOTEL, D. B. FARQUHAR, Proprietor. Adjoining the Uulou Depot. Convenient to all trains arriving or de parting from Los Angeles. Street cars lo ail parts of ttie city. Everything new and clean Board by tho day or week at reasonable rates, n'Jllf ST. CHARLES HOTEL, LOS ANGELES, CAL., S. W. CRAICUE & CO.. Proprietors. The St. Charles is located in the busi ness centre oi'the city, and is the largeet, most elegant and completely urbanized Hotel In Southern Oalltornia. Free coach lo tbo house. J. A. GORDON, Manager. Go-Western Union Telegraph In Hotel office. Jylltr MOJAVE HOTEi, Mojave Junction, Cal. THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED to receive Its numerous patronsjfcjjL and the traveling public in general. Bo tng entirely new and splendidly lux niched, M ;Ulords superior accommoda tions. ITS TABLE W HOTE Is second to none in Southern California THU BAH is supplied with tbe choicest brands of wines, liquors and cigars. An elegant MILLIARD ROOM Is also attached to the house. All trains stop horo /or hre*ikfa«t an 1 supper, a Is the point of departure for the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.— Darwin, Lone Pine, Uerro QordO and Pan* ninliii. Tbe otHceof tbe LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is at this hotel, The patronage of c traveling public Is respectfully solicited MATTHEW.-*. & BOYD, fu2Mf Proprietors. THE Commercial Restaurant DOWNEY BLOCK. Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes, IS THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. V. UOL, Proprietor. NOW OPEN. SIERRA MADRE VILLA, A Private Hotel on the mesa or table lands of the Sierra Madre Mountains. Climate unsurpassed for «> Summer or Winter Residence. Commands a charming view of valley and mountain, overlooking tho San Ga briel orunge groves; is four miles from railroad and telegraph station; house en tirely new, lighted by gas, aud contains all modern conveniences. A School for children on the pjemlses. For particular add.ess proprietor, P. O. Box IHI. Los Angeles. FOB SALE. I offer my place, three-quarters of a mile from Ifciwuey City, on the WUniing tna road, adjoining the College; at a bar galu. H comprises TWENTY ACRES. Fifteen ot which are in fruit, of choice varieties. There are eight acres of Mus cat grapes. Comfortable houss on the premises. LOW PRICE A REASONABLE TERMS. Immediate possewdon will be given, ll desired,with the entire growing crop ot lrulU, etc. Water right attached to land, but no necessity far use. Apply to j vt Am O. 11. ALLEN, on (he premises. MISCELLANEOUS. MERCHANT TAILOR. J. STRELITZ, Fashionble Merchant Tailor, "VTo. 12 TEM I'LE Block, Spring street, iM Ixis Angeles. He has the LARGEST, FINEST ANIJ BEST 8 LOCKED TAILOR ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern Cell'ornia. His old customers and the public will find It tbe place to get BEST STYLES and FITTING obtainable. NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOESKINS, DIAGONALS, FANCY CASSIMERES, VELVET & SILK VELVETING, Constantly on hand. Refers to tbe prin clpal gentlemen of the city, lor whom be baa made clothing. srNo necessity to send to San Fran cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf " BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' BAXK Of Los Angeles. CAPITAL 500,000 OO ISAIAB W. HELLMAN President Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ISAIAS W. HKLLHAN, KFOSSE MKT Kit, O. W. Cbilds, L. C. uosdwin, CIIAKLKS DUCOHMUN, Just MASCARKX., John s. Griffin, c. E.Thom, Frank Lrooovkbhr. K.chuii|;e for suleou NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN and HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Bay and Bell LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will alsojpay the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion. From and after this date, on all moneys led as Term Deposits. Interest will be al lowed. Commercial Bank Of IMS Angeles. Authorized Capital - 300,000 M. 8. PATRICK President E. K. BPENCE Cash)*.' DIRECTORS, M. S. Patriot, 8.11. Mori. A. A. Wilcox, H. M ahvkv, M. Woodwoktu. I. Lankershih. O. 8. WrTHF.RnY, Jno. G. Capron, J. E. HOLLRNBECK, This Bank Is prepared to receive de posits on open account, issue Certificates of Deposit, and transact a general Bunk ing Bnalueos. Collections made and proceeds remitted atcutrent rates ol' exchange. US ANKLES COWrTY lAJii MAIN HTItKKT, Los Angeles - Cal Capital Stock (paid up*, 300,000 J. M. ftLAUHON Preside: ! It. H. BAKK.It Vice-PiVMldeut J. Ms Kl-LIOTT -Cashier DIKKCTORS. J. S. SI.AUMON, P, BeAUDRY, V. A. HOOVKK, KOBEItT S. PAKKK, j, Bixby, Wtto. W. PaaacoTV A. W. Bowman. Reotdvp Savings Bank deposits. Buy uud sell eaoliange on sen Francisco, "New York, London, Purls, Berlin and Frankfort. Buy ekehange on all pints of the United flutes aod Europe. Receive money on open account and Cer tificate of Peposit, and do a general hanking and exchange business. J. M. GhIFR TH Si CO~ Lumber Dealers. CORNER OP Alameda and First Streets DIAUM IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLABTEI* OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES — AT — Perry, Woodworth * Co.'s I.UM IIEK YA-ItDSI — A It D — PLANING MILLS, Mo. 10 < ouiuiercii.l sirees. stear Ki.llrnnil DePOS. mril-tf- J. Q. JACKSON I I>«3n.l«jf Corner ftlsmeda and First Streets OKA I ■ R IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BUNDS,! POSTS, SHINGLES. LATUS, SHAKES, PI ASTER OF PARIS, CEMENT AND HAIR. arr i. C»T7 A WEEK to agents. $10 obO 10 9f f outfit PRr'.K P. O VIOKKKY. Augusta Malue. «ept2wlv NO. SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Notice. w l.n* AD|rlr> IM|I So. 43. V _ * *• M.—The slated roeeriu*. AT ° r Lodge are held on the /\Af\ first MONDa V oteaoh moult et ' ' 7:30 r. m. Mefubeat of p.ni«u pha, No. 2U2, and ill Muter Mfioci In good standing are oorllally Invited. By order of the W:- M: -: 'has. smith. Secretary. Lis Angelas Chapter No. 33, R: ■ ft:. M :- Stated convocations on I ■ l/Tf\ 1 MONDAY of mob month 7 H p - at Maeonlo Hall.' Itffl Is} Sojourning .ornpanlona In f\ KoodstandingoordlaJly In. vlted. By order of fi. o. FOY, H. P I I Sam. Praokr, ■i^—af Secretary. Log Angeles Cooncll No. h, Royal utf Soloel Matters F. ft ft. XL, Holds Its stated assemblies on Ihe alb Monday of each month at Masonic Ball at 7:30 P. v sojourning Companions In good standing ar fraternally Invited u> . attend. By order of the Th. 111-. N. R. O. CUNNINGHAM, UecWrdw'. N TEMPLAR flfegftrCßur De Lion Conaiindery Ho. tlolds its stated conclaves at tbe Aey- Ouu In MssonJc Hall, on the Thi'd rffURsDAY of ea :h month,at7K o'olowk P. M. Sojourning Knights Templar In good standing are cordially Invited to at tend. By order of the B"- C". J. C. LiTTi.spisi.Dt Recorder. * " I. O. O. F. Tiarn Anjreiisu JLod«e mo. ma. *i ?; «-»■•- Ilegular lueeMng, vflnHt tUle Lodge are held every , "7' . evening at 6 «. o loct at Odd Fel o*.' Hall, Downey Bloc". Visiting and sojo .ruing brothers In good standing are Invited to attend. _, „. M. LEHMAN, N. fi. Khko. W. Wood, Rec. sen. Lua Augrlra 1.„,1 5 r No. SB, 1. O. ©.»'. Regular meeting bald on week at 7>4 o'olook. So louruUig brethren In good standing aro cordially Invited. , _ J. W. BARD, N. O. A. Frank, R. 8. Orange Grove Encampment, No. SI, I. 0. 0. F. TISWII »"'""■""--"I belo -M ItfS M«n the Second and Fourth of each mgfntjl at ?H p. *. Sojourning' Patri archs in good .lauding are cordially ■- " ted to attend. B. MAHxasK. Scribe. 0- & C " ® Knights of Pythias. OLIVE LODGE. No. meeta every I'SurMa? ewnli 7 o'clock, at the Castle - : Downey Block. All sojourning Kn in good standing are .ordlally Invf: ~ _ I. A. DUNBMOOR.O. 0. E. Milks, K. of R. C Confidence Engine Company No. « REGULAR MEETING ul /||| this Company will take j yJneSg. on the first Wednesday /jpHSn. ai,l K ° r each month, ; r -AmmKlih o'clock. By order, W. S. MOURE. Secrete lli " MM^^M — M aeeeee , aes*aeaseaeeea.pneai C. F. HEINZEMAN & C Snoccssurs to J. B. SAUNDERS * o DRUGGISTS AND CHEMIST 78 31 ulii Street. LOS ANGELES The CHOICEST TOIIAT ARTICJ tbe - -«*""""* PUREST DRUGS and PATENT MKDI. clnea of all kinds. »<# Prescriptions oare tully compounded day and night. no2-tf-S FRENCH DRUG STORE! V. CHEVALIER'S ZDIRTTGr- STORE Has been removed from SIGNORRT'3 BLOCK lo Cardona Block, 118 Main St., a Opposite the Mariposa Store. tM FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN V PATENT MEDIC:NES. ■ PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND \ ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES. •as-Prescrlptions prepared with great area. j 6t/ SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S VITAL RESTORATIVE ! The great English is niedv for Nervous Debility, Speruiuiori be,! ..,,d t reuialurs Decline of Physical Kotee. The Vital Restorative Will positively cure, thoroughly and permanently, any cose of EXHAUSTED VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either acute or of long standing, and In either sex, no matter from what oause pro duced. The Vital Restorative Is a thoroughly scientific prescription. Is □ot a quack nostrum, hence perteetly srtre to lake; Is pleasant to the taste, supplies to the corebro-spinal and sym puthetlc system of nerves new fores, Purifies and Enriches The bloovi. rejuvenating and relnvigorat ing hoth mind and body. Thousands, both lv this country and in Europe, can testily to tbe great restorative properties of this realty great medicine. Price, $3 per bottle, or four times tbe quantity tor #10. Kent to auy address se cure from observation. Address all letters to A. E. MINTIE, M. D.. (Graduate of the University of Pennsyl vania aud late Kesldent surgeon t« Ike Orthopcedlc Hospital of Philadel phia,) No. 11 Montgomery St., Sea Francisco. Sole Agent. P. 8.-r»R. MINI-IK can be consulted in reference to the above complaints dur ing office hours from 9 a. m. to Ip. a. dully, and from 6 to I in the svaalnf. Hnndays, 10 a. h. to 1 r. sr. Consuiralien KKKK. Thorough examination aud ad vfee, f5. Full directions and advles free with evury package of xnsdiolne. iylMf Evergreen Laundry, W-A. S H I NQ Called for and delivered to any par' oi tbs city, by Heed & Phillips, Adams St. Orders ceo he left at tbe book afore ot Mr. Sam 11.-lli.ihi.. Spring BU.BJHSS»I*M