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VOL. IX.
"v»>i> morning except Mou*
<lny,
BY
■ KWKI'H 13. LYNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
inuum, by mail orexpress 810
*i \ months " " 8
i n t he months *' '* „ S
!>-iU*Mi Hd by carriers, per week 26 cents
i OS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
it- published every Saturday morning.
TERMS.
year,by mail oroxpress.oue eopy».ltOl
■sj\ months, " " " 14 ...i it
ihree " " " " " ...1 Ot
\dvorflsements Inserted at reasonable
r ms.
All I.Jihln ot Job-Work ilimr to
I'omprtv witli Htw Fraiielnco In
Price,Mtyle, and Kl«a*auee ol Work*
LAWYERS.
V. K. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
J. BROS-iEAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Room*, 86, 87 and 98 Tem
ple Block, third Moor, Los Angeles.
lebS-tf
HENRY T. HAZARD, ~~
\ TTOHNEYATLAAV
C COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, O. A.
j Dohlnson, Manager.
OFFICE — Roms 8 aud 9 Downey
Block. taai-tf
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 uud i
Ducomniuns Block, corner Main A
I'ouiraerclal streets, Los Angeles. may7-tf
A. U l. AHMKI.I., a. B. SMITH
A. R. OHAPHAK, H. M. SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
AT LAW,
• /FFIOB—TEMPLE BLOCK up-slalrs, ls»
* ■ geles. California. oc2-tf— 3
A. C. BAKER,
VTTOBNKY - AT - fj A.VV.
ROOM 60, TEMPE BLOCK,
LOS ANOELES, CAL. JylStr
PHYSICIANS.
~Dr. Kirkpatrick.
Office und Res dence-Xo. 13 FRANKLIN
StI'KEET. fe2B-l|p
T)B. vvTlter lindleyT
No. 19 FORT ST ,
Between Temple antl Franklin streo's.
fel3tf
N. 8. QIUEKSON, M. D. 1.. U'OUIRE, M. D.
Ors. Giberson & McUuirc,
(Successors to Dr. T. S. Stanway,)
Offlco, Main Sheet,over Dotter m Brad
ley's Furniture Store.
Residence,-.111 Alain street, at Iho foot
of Third o2IS-lm
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
I'lt.VMloimi and 6*».rgreon
K. sldeoc*, Fort Hill, I Offloe.No. 19Dow-
Sueua Vista street. I neyßlock.upstalrs.
J. HANNON, M. J>^
< IiXINTY PHYSICIAN.
KOOMSUaod 15,CaRDONA block.
Residence Downey Avenue, Bait
l.ns Angeles, near i li« cud of street, rail
* h y,
OmVe hours from 10 to Ii a. m.; from 1 to
l p. m. ttp2t.tr
"kTd. wise, ii D,
OKFICbI IN CAKDQNA BLOCK, LQ4
Angeles, Cal., lie irly opposite Court
HoilS*. IMT 1)1.3 BASKS OK FEMALES A
SPKt'IALTY. ttUls
J. Bechtinger, M. D.,
(OF VIENNA,)
PHYSICIAN TO THK ITALIAN Iff.
dependent and Freud* M. B. Socie
ties, oculist nr tlio Freueli Hospital In
--inn Franclsuo. AH chronic obstinate
cases uuti operations on the oyos attend
uU tQ. '
OFFICE — No, 704 Hacraniouto street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—SE. cor
ner Mason and I'ucitlu streets, San Fran
utsoo. oc3ly
HUOUEs)'
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIQ.MOItErN HUIt.DINO, opposite
Merced Theater.
R. llUilUlin, iii reluming (banks to
tbe public for their liberal patronage,
cttu wltb confidence recommend bis
BATHS
As tho (treat PURIFIER end EQUA L-
Itttfßof the hum-in body, enabling the
system to throw off its impurities and
glvtug to thu lungs one-sixth more )nspi
rattoii of air than can baotitalnet by
breathing, by opening the pores of the
skin and giving full play to the insensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical
health.
eir v female eonstan' ly on baud to
wait on ladles.
Open from 8 a. h. to 7 I*. m. s23tf
Gambrinus Saloon.
The public aro hereby notified that I
have purchased the interest of W.Wat
son in the übove named saloon,
PORNER OF COMMERCIAL &
LOS ANCELES STS.,
And will continue to keep it lv first-class
style.
mmf REER, OIOARB, etc., of the best
quality, always on hand.
1&8-1W li. M. VOIGHT.
newYorkHS
PHIL. LAUTH
(Suocpssor to Chris. Henna) Proprietor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and Most
BRILLIANT LAOER BEER South ot
Sau Francisco.
Order, for DRAUGHT or roTTI.En
Ho.SIR promptly attended to.
Tbe oelebrated Beer from this Brewery
4enM competition In the State. mrf-tf
Manisolle Belanger's
Dressmaking Parlors,
Nob. 6 and 7, Odd Fellows' Block, second
floor, over Postofflce.
nm- rwssftm; ' • - - AYLOR'iJ
teed.
Los Angeles Daily Herald
Morning Telegrams.
I'mtttPulterM Uuluic Nwiilli.
Mojave, Murch 19.—N R Muxie,
Albert Selgele, P Becker and wife,
J Dold and wife, T P Carey and
wife, A M Fletcher, E Caldwell, E
A Poller, Gen \V Taylor, J Saxon
Taylor. _
'I be l.i;i<i„nii'
Sacramento, March 10.—Tho
Assembly met at 10 a.m., and took
up tho general appropriation bill
as reported, witli amendments
from the Ways and Means Com
mittee of the Whole. •
The Senate took up the Bank
Commissioners' bill. Considered iv
Committee of the Whole. Craig
oflered an amendment, providing
that only one Commissioner be ap
pointed, instead of three.
Wlivii Hi»nn« Mill K«i*ltf-ii.
Sacramento, March 19.—Sena
tor Bones says, with regard to the
proposition of the Alameda Work
ingmen, that he resign, that he
will consider tin matter and re
turn an answer two years from the
llrst of April next.
Pranftelsea HiirfcriH.
San Francisco, March 19.—
Wheat tending upward; Milling
[email protected]| Shipping li.BSAI.OO.
Barley firm; feed [email protected]
Oats steady at [email protected] Corn
iuactive and nominal. Potatoes in
good demand and prices firm at
[email protected]
Roillt ut tlio Mariovllle Klrelluu*.
Marysvilt.e, March 19.—Full
returns give Rideout, tho People's
candidate for Mayor, 366 majorily.
The cii izeiH and Workingmen elect
Casad, Marshal; Fitzgerald, Asses
sor and Bingham, Treasurer, by
majorities of 150, 105 anil 47, re
spectively.
Vnll. | . BlrtltluH,
VALLEJO, March 19.—The muni
cipal election passed oil' very qui
etly yesterday, only 1,032 voles be
ing pulled, against 1,417 at the
county election of last Fall. The
Republicans elect six Trustees, lhe
Marshal and lhe City Assessor, and
three School Directors, the Su
perintendent of Schools and Sohonl
Assessor. One School Director
ami one trustee of the Democratic
and Workingmeu's ticket were
elected. The Republican candidate
for City Assessor was elected over
his opponent who was on
both the Democratic and
Workingmeu's tickets. Tnis
gives tho Republicans a
clean sweep with the exception of
two oiHeers. The vote for marshal,
which is probably a fair parly
test, was as follows! McDonald
(Republican), 419; Wilson (Demo
oral), 240; Fag in (\Vorkincrman),
849.
Slli,l 1,1 ll it ~». .
Vikoinia, (Nev.), March 19.h.—
About eleven o'clock last evening
Jack Nagle, fireman of Ihe Bel
cher, got into a row witli Dennis
Callahan at a dance In Gold Hill.
The trouble began in the ball room,
and was settled outside with pis
tols. N ogle's shot missed Cal la
ban aud entered ihe bowels of Ned
Boyle, foreman of tlio Alia. Boyle
will die before the day is out.
fm*i;r«»Ml<»i,i,l llmn,M Yhvickln) ,
Wash inoton, March 18.—Hong X
—Bills Introduced:
By Vance, grunting pension.* lo
soldiers who enlisted out of pris
ons; also for Ihe payment of cer
tuin Southern mail contractors.
This bill provides that no claim
shall be paid which has heretofore
been paid by the Confederate Gov
ernment.
By Money, granting alternate
sections of laud to Iho State of
Mississippi to aid in (he construc
tion of the .Ship Island, Ripley &
Kentucky Railroad.
By Oibßon, for the appointment
of a commission lo ascertain on
what terms v treaty of commerce
with Mexico can lie arranged.
By Monroe, relating to telegraph
ic communication between the
Uuited States and foreign countries.
By Dampson, proposing an
amendment to tho Constitution
providing that the President shall
be elected by direct vote of the
people.
By Conger, repealing the law ap
propriating three hundred uud
seventy-live thousand dollars for
the payment of certain Southern
mail contractors.
By Cos, of New York, for tho
erection of a monument over the
grave of Thomas Jell'erson.
May hew, from ihe Distiict of
Columbia Committee, reported a
hill investing the District Commis
sioners with the power of the late
Board of Auditor*, for the purpose
of issuing certificates on claims
passed upon and allowed by such
Board, but for which no certificate
had been prepared; also that out
standing certificates issued by Ihe
Board of Auditors which shall
hereafter he issued by the Commis
sioners shall be convertible into
three-sixty-live bonds. The bill
was referred to tho Committee of
the Whole and then the House re
solved itself into such committee,
Stenger in the Chair, for the pur
pose of considering the bill. Eden
opposed it. He sometimes heard
about paying Southern claim*, but
he never had seen v batch of claims
that lie thought so little ot as this
muss of rotten claims which came
up from Ihe purlieus of the old
Washington ring. After further
discussion tho Committee, without
action, adjourned.
Senate—Furland, from the Com
mittee ou Territories, reported
favorably a joint resolution disap
proving of the act of the Territory
of Arizona granting a charter to
(he Southern Pacific'ltai I road Com
pany pushed tbe seventh of Febru
ary, 1877. Placed on lhe calendar.
By Hereford, to recognize and
pay certain claims due by the State
of West Virginia to citizens thereof
for services rendered in suppressing
the late Rebellion.
By Eustis, to authorize States to
Impose a touage tax charge or duty
on vessels to maintain quarantine.
Wludom, from lhe Committee
on Appropriations, reported with
amendments the House bill author-
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20. 1878
izing (he Secretary of the Treasury
to employ temporary clerks uud
making appropriation! for the
same; also making an appropria
tion for detecting trespassing ou
public landf; for bringing into mar
ket public lands in certuin Stales
und for other purposes. Placed ou
the calendar.
•Spencer submitted un amend
ment to consular and, diplomatic
appropriation bills as follows: Pio
vided that before tiny part of the
appropriation provided for in tills
Act thall become available, the
appointments in consular and dip
lomatic service shall bo so arranged
as to bo equally distributed be
tween the several Stales of the
United States, Territories and the
District of Columbia, according to
population.
Allison called up tho Senate bill
authorizing the Secretary of the
Interior to make certain negotia
tions witli the Ute ludiaus in the
Slate of Colorado, for the consoli
dation of all bands into lino agency,
to be located on White River.
Edmunds inquired where Con
gress received the power to author
ize any one to make treaties ex
cept the President of the United
States.
Allison moved to amend the bill
so as to authorize the President to
make negotiations instead of tho
Secretary of Iho Interior. Agreed
to.
A Victorj r„ r Ni.n I>iricn Hiitbar.
Washington, March 19.—Some
weeks ago Representative Blair, of
New Hampshire, one of the most
determined opponents of the Texa
s project, requested IheSuper
intendeut of the Coast Survey to
order a new survey of San Diego
harbor. The expectation was that
the iuii bor had deteriorated iv com
mercial value. Senator Sargent's
attention being called to the matter
he wrote to Superintendent Patter
son, requesting that especial care
be taken to make this survey thor
ough aud absolutely reliable. He
is to-day in receipt of an official
communication In which Patterson
tays:
"The maps of re-surveys of
that pol l ion of Sail Diego harbor
between La Playa and Now San
Diego have been received. I
have had a comparison made
between it anil the survey
of 1850 to .ascertain what, if any,
changes have taken place during
the intervening 24 years. 1 am
very glad to find by this compari
son that there has been no change
of consequence, and that the curves
of six, twelve und eighteen feet of
tiie two surveys are almost coinci
dent. There has ibeon, in fact, a
small improvement, us the shore
line and mouth of the river and the
twelve feet curves, at some points,
have retrograded. The portion re
surveyed receiving f'e discharge of
Ihe Sau Diego river, now turned,
lias been considered a very critical
part of the harbor, I hope in a few
days to receive file re-survey of tho
bar. Yours, respectfully,
"Carlisle J. Patterson."
Tv-I)a9 v fl C^Bttrma,
Washington, March 19.—The
Senate continued the consideration
of the Railroad Slutting Fund Bill
to-day, Cbristiaucy speaking, fol
lowed by Morgun.
TUe Itlhllrml.l Hill* Krt».rtt*ll.
Washington, March 10th.—
Senator Matthews said lie was di
rected by a majority of the Com
mittee on Hailrouds to report back
two Senate bills in regard to the
Texa«-Pacillc Railroad—one intro
duced by Johnson. December luth,
and the other by Dorsey, December
llth, last witli substitute, aud to
recommeml its passage. Placed on
the calender. He also repotted
back from the same Committee,
Senate hill authorizing Ihe South
ern Pacilio Railroad Company to
extend its railroad from its present
terminus in Arizona to a point on
the Hio Grande near Xl Pusn, and
aiding in building the same, with
out amendment and without rec
ommendation. Placed on tho cal
endar.
Tile aiexlct.ii (lllttAlliiH .
New York, Marcli 10.—The
Herald's Washington special
thinks that Schleicher's committee
will recommend that Diaz bo rec
ognized. Evidence taken by the
Committe shows that cattle anil
other raids havo greatly dimin
ished in numhersince the accession
of President Diaz. We have now
on our border 5,000 troops, and this
number is found to be sufficient to
guard it. If Diaz should encourage
immigration into Mexico by offer
ing protection to public improve
ments and to private enterprise, he
would do much, it is thought, to
settle the question. Nobody here
desires to acquire any territory
from Mexico.
Trnln K..l»i»trr lv T.'xn».
HUTCHINg, Tex., Marcli 19.—The
train duo here at 10 o'clock was
robbed this morning by four masked
men. The express was taken aud
mail plundered. About fifteen or
twenty shots were exchanged. The
express messenger, Thomas, was
wounded.
1 in- roroulo Hub.
TORONTO, March 18.—O'Donovan
Roasa arrived hero this morning,
leaving the train before reaching
the station. He kept dark all day
and lectured this evening at Bt.
Patrick's Hall to an audience of
about 160. Tbe streets in the vicin
ity were crowded by a mob. Five
companies of the Queen's Own and
four of the 10th Royal's were mus
tered quietly in their drill shed.
Police guarded the hall. The mo
ment Ihe gas was turned on in the
hall the mob outside opened Are
with stones, and a peifect shower
was rained in at tho windows until
the theatre closed at 9:30,
when not a pane of glass
was lett. ltossa stopped
several times and one of tho audi
ence proposed that they should
charge down stairs and out. This
was overruled and the audience
waited in darkness for the mob to
disperse. At 10:15 Rossa stole
quietly out lo King street and
passed unobserved into the crowd.
The audience got out iv twos aud
threes after him.
Later—2 a. March 19.—
Shortly after midnight the mob
advanced up Queen street, and at
tacked Cosgreses's Tavern. Tho
crowd inside answered with revol
vers, and tho rioters returned the
Are. Hundreds nf shots were ex
changed. Stnnos were poured into
the hotel until the window-sashes
and furniture were* completely de
molished. A body of police, nine
ty strong, charged the
mob, and wielded their batons
witli great vigor. Four
men were shot—oue young Protest
ant, James Clegg, it is feared, fa
tally. Meantime another mob of
about one thousand opened a lire
of stones onCollins's Tavern,further
up Queen street, where Rossa was
believed to be. Revolvers were
used, but the police, lighting with
matchless pluck Hgainst euot
mous odds, cleared the track.
Rossa had been driven out
of town at eleven o'clock.
Policeman Worth was struck on
Ihe temple with a cobble stone aud
knocked senseless. All of Ills com
rades were more or less injured.
Probably 150 of the rioters were In
jured with stones and batons- The
doctors' offices were crowded but,
as a rule, the wounded got home or
were taken away to avoid arrest.
llnndrods of roughs are still con
gregated in gangs in lanes and back
s! reels and the police are parading
Ihe streets in force.
TUoac lufnrlnteu Toro*j(oitna.
New York, Marcli 19th.—A
Toronto despatch says that until
five this morning the tumult
which originated at o'Donovan
Rossa's lecture last night continued
in full blast. His whereabouts
now are unknown to the general
publio. Nine companies of troops
and 100 policemen guarded St. Put
rick's Hall, near which there was
a mob of 7,000.
rsiuull Turnout It. Unebcc.
Quebec, March 18.—St. Patrick's
procession to-day lias been smaller
than for many years past. Several
societies refused to take part on ac
count of the action of tbo paraders
in failing to salute the Lieutenant
Governor.
■.■•<»nlms l ttrlMllf Warlike.
London, Marcli 19th.—England
lias protesl d at St Petersburg
against the Russian advance ou the
Straits. Turkey will remain neu
tral in case of a struggle between
England and Russia. Russian
troops ure reported concentrating
ou the Austrian frontier. The
Austrian delegation to-day granted
tbe demand of the Minister of War,
675,000 florins for military stores.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOS ANGELES
Exotic Gardens & Nursery
LOS AMiELES NT BEST, iv jffig*
a£T rear oi Cathedral, zfj*
I would respectfully announce to my
old customers and the public generally
that I have on band and ■ball keep eve
rything ini.iyline of business—TltEKN,
SHRUBS, PLANTS, otc, wholesale ana
retail,and at LOWEST PRICES.
Orders from abroad promptly cxc -nled
nnd satisfaction guaranteed, plants de
livered free of charge iv the city.
LOUIS J. STENGEL,
mr2-?m Formerly shaefferA Stengel.
Tho Steams Ranchos,
Al.l Klih ROBINSON, Trnstee,
512 ilarii< i Sc., Sau FrnuclNco, Cnl.
LJ(\ d W U \ ACHES OF LAND FOB
KjVJftXjyjyj sale, lv lota to suit, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Bye, Barley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many
thousaud acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures. Suit
able tor Dairying.
Ooou water Is abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. Ou al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be irri
gated by the water of Lhe Hunta Ana river.
Most of these lands are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to product
crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cosh; balance in
one, two and three years, with hi per eont
Interest.
I will take pleasure Iv showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
Invited to come and see this extensivo
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Lou Augeles county, D«c. 24,
1 87
Carriage Manufactory,
Nos, in nnd 146 MalnStrect, Los Angeles,
L. LICHTENBERGER
Having resume-1 (be business of carriage
miikiugln all Its branches, Is prepared
to fill orders iv thut line.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & WAGONS
Of every description constantly on hand
and made to order. With first-class work
men of twenty years'experience In the
trade of tills section of the State and us
ing none other than the best of materi
als, the public are assured of thorough
satisfaction at lowest possible rates. The
patronage of his former customers is re
spectfully sotlcited.
'•Quick Sales nnd Small Profits."
"A Nimble Sixpence is better than a
Slow Shilling."
mrfltf L. LICHTENBERGER.
ORANGE TREES"
FOB Hi E.
6O f OOO Orango Trees,
PROM THREE TO FIVE YEARS OLD,
AT FROM 810 to 820 per 100.
Specimen treen c m ho seen at the Auc-
Itoil House of W. H. NORTHCRAFT,
corncrof Spring and Market streets, or
by visiting the Nursery, wltbln ten min
ute's drive ol the Court House. J25-lm
To House Owners.
It In now the bout season otitic year lo
paint buildings. Be not deceived Into
buying worthless paint mixtures, but
cull ul tbe PAINT DEPOT ol
Foster, Howard & Co.,
No. 7 ARCADIA HLOCK, nnd examine
samples or tbo BEST PAINTS In the
market, before buvlng. aarPRIUES LOW.
Silver taken ut par. lhe current pre
mium allowed on gold and greenbacks.
1a27-lm
Burncll & Rebbeck,
Landscape Gardener* and
Garden Contractors,
)Btf No. 195 SPRING ST.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Largest Auction House in
the City!
H. R, BROWN,
AOCTION AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
*W REGULAR HALE on Katurdavs
will commence at IOH o'clock A. m. Spe
cial Sales made at any time.
HOKSKS, WAGONS, aud all kinds of
goods bought aud sold.
Jalfltf H. R. BKO'A'X.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOU i lIEItN CALIFORNIA.
m "W. UOTES
Haa opened out at No. 1 MARICHT ST.,
opposite the Court Hous<\ and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Ustate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses aud rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I Intend Ui make my charges less
than those of anybody else in tbe busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the first 81000 and oue percent,
ou all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE, HORSES,
WAGONS and all kinds cf property, ami
pay casn.
N. B.—Saturday'* sales commence at 10
a. m . and close at I p. x.
B. W. NOYKS,
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
nv2l
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
*TEW PLACE.
ALFRED MOORE,
(from St. Paul, Minnesota,) is now to be
found at
186 Main Street,
Next ttie Marble Yard. Send along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses, Bog
gles. Wagons and otndr merchandise you
may have to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday moi nlng al. i 1 o'clock precise
ly. Keiil Estate sales also attended 10.
nSMan
TO LEASE.
"ElMolinoFarm."
For DUSIQ6*I and educational reasons,
desiring to ivmovts Inio I.oj Angeles, I
wilt lease
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
including residence and
horses, Duals*, wagon, harness, agricul
tural implements, etc., for iho term of
TWO OR THREE YEA RS.
The farm consists or 1K)1 acres, on which
arelO.oo.l grape vines, over 2,1100 orange
trees, 701) English wahuu trees, flue lemon
and lime trees; also a number ol black
walnut, pecan, almond, fig. apricot,
plum, peach,apple, pear trees,bananas,
etc.; twoor three acres t.f allall'a, lifty
acres vacant arab'.o land, and
TIIE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
WATERED.
Atl ached to the residence is a spacious
bath-rnoiii, supplying hot, coi i nnd
shnwer balhs. There is also a 111 i. LI A fill
ItUOM, table unit uppurlenanct s.
The farm ii most eligibly Situated in
the FRDIX BELT nf the
San Gabriel Mission Valloy
About eight miles east t,f I,os Angeles
city, and near tlie Railroad station of
san Gabriel Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL TIIE ENTIRR
i'ROPERTY
Ou advantageous terms, to-wlt: One
third cash, the balance In one, two, three
and tour years, at IU percent. Interest per
annum interest, puyable semi-annuall > .
E.J. C. KB WEN,
Nos. 10 Alt Strelltz Build ing, Boring f>t
S. F. Bulletin nnd Chronicle copy. 02Hf
♦ '
FOR SALE
lINi LOTS TO SUIT.
8000 Acros of tho Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
ter Association
Lands.
The best orange and semi-tropical fruit
land iv the state; located in tiie heart of
ttio San Uabriel valley, aud In the midst,
ot the oldest and largest vineyards aud
orange groves of Los Angeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land Irom this Association receives
not only his land but also a proportion
ate share of an inexhaustible water sup
ply, the most complete Irrigation system
In l he State, which has cost, tho Associa
tion already over 840,000 for ditches, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water In iron tof
every lot. Churches and school houses
on the tracts. The s. P. It. R. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards ou theso lands
and In the vicinity test their
capability for thla culture. The tit le is
perfect, Orant bargain and sale deeds
given. I'rlces reduced to suit tlio times.
A map of the Tract may be seen at the
olllce of P. Reaudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposite Pico House.
All communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F. W. WOOD, secy.
Bl3tf LiM Angeles. Cat.
FOR
FINE COTTAGE,
Containing five rooms, In the heart of the
city. Splendid view and good location.
A six 100 m dwelling house, in good lo
cation; close to business portion of tbe
clly; has just beeu newly paluted and
papered. Apply to
P. BEAUDRY.
No. 81 Nrw High St..opp. Pico House.
0021
BAFFLE.
An elegant SILVER - MOUNTED
HEADSTALL. Mexican ityle, solid 'li
ver, will bo ranled at the Palace Saloon.
100 CHANCES AT SI EACH.
No bar bill to pay. olltf
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & SMITH,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
i: ii. I.t and 11, McDonald Block,
Main Ml., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
Acplfkf
John E. Jackson.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Itoom 11 Temple Block. slstr
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records and
Examiner of Titles.
ABSTACTS OF TlTLE,lncluding every
transaction from the earliest dates to the
present time, made with accuracy and
dispatch.
»e-ALLKN'S BUIDIN'I. corner Spring
and Temple streets.
James C. Kays,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CON
VEYANCER.
OFFICE—Temple Block (part of old Bank
Building).
Commissioner of Deeds for the .State of
Indiana. .9 1m
REMOVAL
I have removed my ottlco to
No. 10, MOTT'S BUILDING,
Adjoining Ihe new PostolHce.
r JL\ I>. PdCOTT.
dM-lm
J. A.Carey. Thos. A. Faqas.
DOWNEY CITY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Rancho*. Houses, Lot's nnd Other Prop
erty Bought and Sold on commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. FAGAN Is also an Attcrney-at-Law.
mrlO f
HOTELS.
PACIFIC HOTEL,
L>. 1$ FARQUHAR, Propiietui.
Adjoining the Union Depot.
Convenient to all trains arriving or de
parting from Los Angeles. Street cars to
ail parts of the cliy. Everything new
aud clean. Hoard by the duy or week at
reasonable rates. n24tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUE & CO..
Proprietors.
The St. Charles Is located in the busi
ness centre of the city, and is the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel in Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
Union Telegraph In Hctel
oflice. Jylllf
MOJAVE HOTEI,
Mojuv<» .Timetion, Cal.
rpHIS HOUSE ISNOWPEPARED A;A
X to receive its numerous patron sJuJO.
and the traveling publio iv general. B
lug entirely new aud splendidly tur
nlshed, it affords superior accommoda
tions.
ITS TABLE J)' HOTE
Is second to none in Southern California
THE BAR Is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM w also
attuched to the house.
AH tralus stop here for breakfast an I
Rttpper. It is the point, of depart lire for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro (Jordo aud i'an
utnint. Theorflccof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patro' tige ut c
traveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTUEWn a HO. 11,
fc2l-tf Prow .•lor*,
THE
Commercial Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THK CITY.
V. UOL, Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lands of tin*. Sierra Madre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Command, a charming view of valley
aud mounlHin, overlooking tbo Han Ua
briel orange grove.; Is four miles Irom
railroad and tHlegraphslatlon; house en
tirely n«w, lighted by g«i, aud contains
all modern conveniences.
A School lor children on the pjemises.
For particulars addtess proprietor, P. O.
Ilox Ull, Los Augeles.
.1J V |l|in ..audio ~11 uurSt.ploO.oJ. to
•rll fallll<n'>^aiu>i»cii..H.t
YAH V V i,uii«>i ,1, cwuui.*
•Mil
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
"VT°. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
j>l Lou Angeles. He has tbe LARGEST,
Finest and best stocked tailor
ing ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
Cvll'ornia. HU old customers and tbe
publio will and It tbe place to get BEST
STYLES and KITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVER*, DOESKINS,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CASSIMERES,
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to tbe prin.
oipal gentlemen of tbe city, lor wbom lie
bas made clothing.
•TNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good Awns suits. dec3o-tf
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' I MERCHANTS'
HANK
Of Los Augeles.
CAPITAL 500.000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
■ ■ „ Cash lei
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Ihaias w. llei.i.man, Eugene Mkyeh,
ii. W. Cmi.os, L. C.GOODWIH,
Chaklu Huoimmitn, Josk Mascakil,
Jnuss. Griffin, C. E. Thorn,
Frank Lecouvrkuh.
Exchange for sale ou
NEW YORK. LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Buy nnd Hell
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Oold
and Silver Bullion.
From and after this dale, on all moneys
le<t as Term Deposits, interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Bank
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital 300,000
M.S. PATRICK President
E. F. BPENCE CaabJv
DIRECTORS.
M. S. Patkick, S. H. MoTr,
A. A. WII.OOX, H. Mahl'KV.
M. WOODWOKTII, I. LaNKKRSU ISI,
O. S. Witiikkby, Jno. Q. Capron,
J. E, HOI,LKNBICK,
This Bank is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Rank
in:; Dullness.
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at cuireut rules of excliungc.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIN STREET.
Los Augeles Cal
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. H. SLAUMON President
R. H. BAKER Viee-Presldeiit
J.M. ELLIOTT Cashier
DI HKCTORfI.
.T. S. SI.AI'MON, P. Bkaupky,
V. A. HooVKlt, ROBKKT H. liA X ICR,
J. Bixuy, Uko. w. PHaaoOTC
A. W. BoWMA.s.
Receive Ravtio-s Bank deposits.
Ituy ntiii s- ii t-xrtiHiige on yan Francisco,
New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and
Kraukfurt.
Buy exchange on allpaitsof the Unite*!
states a.ni Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OP
Alameda and First Streets
OKALKKg IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHB,
SHAKES. HAIR,
PLABTEK OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
- AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
I.LMHEK YAIiDS
- AM D -
PLANING MILLS,
St*, in remmerelsl slreel, near
Kail road Repot. mrtD-tf—
J. G. JACKSON
Dealer
C.rncr Jllameda and Firsl Streets
DSAI.KK IH
DOORS, WINDOWS, BUNDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PI ASTER OK
PARIS, CEMENT AND
HAIR.
O9K A fl " ' k""- A " " MstLT. ■"■
NO. 96
6QCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Notice.
A*. /"JF"S! 1 "**• «». r.
« A. M.—The stated meetinaa
or tbli Lodge ure held on the
fIrstMONDAY ofeach mom, ai
7:SO c. m. Member, of Pemai
pha No. 302, and .li Mastei Masons In
good standing are corlially Invited
By order nf the W:- M:-
CHAH. Smith. .Secretary.
Lis Angeles Chapter No. 33, R-. »•. I
t Stated ion vocation, on 1
MONDAY of each ~—tb
7* p. m. at MaX..... nail.'
Sojourning eompanlons la
good standing cordially In
vited. By order of
8. C. FOY, H. F
Sax. Praocr,
Secretary. ■*&
L »* Angeles Council Na. 11, fteyal acs)
Select Misters, F. a a. al.,
Holds Its stated assemblies on the 4th
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall
at 7:30 p. m Sojourning Companions in
good standing ar fraternully invited to
attend. By order of the Th". Ml.
It. O. CUNNINGHAM, HtmiaSn
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
De Lion Commander* Na.
Holds Un stated conclaves at the A.v
luin In Masonic Hall, on the Th"sl
THUHSDAY of ea h monlh,at7K oiloS
r. m. Sojourning Knights Templar li
good standing are cordially Invited to at.
teud. By order of the
B'- O.
J. ('. LittiiKpiei.d, Recorder. " ' >4
1. o. o. f.
tjtfSSjtu. »• «• »•»•- R<«' «r"neel»J.
MONDAY even ug at 8 o'clock
v,9m U Fel "*"' IJa "' UoJrne," Blow
Visit ng and sojo ruing brotheri In sSJd
standing are Invited to attend
_ M. LEHMAN. N. O
Frkq. w. Wood, H ec. *cc.
Loa Aagelei Udcela, 80, I. O. •).».
„. Krgnlar meeting bald on
WEDNESDAY kAkSo"
week at 7y, o'clock. 80
-., „, louruing brethren In good
standing aro cordially invited.
, „ J. W. BAKU, N. o.
A. Frank, n. 8.
Oranje Grove Encampment, No. 11. I 0
0. F.
jl? 3fSjSfc REGULAR MEETINGS hela
KuJ ~,523? """"" ng * re
B. MA«xs, W . Sc r.bc. CCLIPB - C - 1 '-
Knights of Pythias.
w6xf7 OLIVE LODCE Ma as
nieeu. every i bursaf/ eviSlnifli
7 o'clock, at ths Ca«n» - vf.li
Downey Block, 'ai sejonrnuiKniatls
In goodf standing are .-onllany
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
, JL. .u R^ OULAB MEETINGS ol
rf mm this Company will take atase
/Jam on the first Wednesday tVtZ
■ZMkWKL "'"*■■ or each month, at *
jjJJlßjgjgJ o'clock. By order,
W. s. MOORE, secretary.
C. F. HEINZEMAN A CO.,
Successors to J. B. SAUNDERS * no
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
ffS Main Street.
LOS ANGELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES,
the
PUREST E3UGS and PATENT MEDI.
clues of all kinds, sea- Pr<«crlpt!onß care
fully compounded day and night. no2-tM
FRENCH DRUG BTORCI
V. CHEVALIER'S
STORE
Kn» been remove! from SIGNOREI'3
BLOCK lo
Cai dona Block, 118 Main St.,
opposite tlio Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PATENT MEDIC)NEB.
perfumery,"Trushes and
all toilette articles.
•xrPrescriptlons prepared with great
ar "*- dstf
SIR ASTLEY COOPER' 3
VITAL RESTORATIVE I
iJi l M, gru " 1 Kn«lli-h r. medy for Nervous
IJebllUy.speriiiniorri.e!. uud • rematuri
Decline of Physical Foice. ™
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly nnd
, i n | , 'iTv ly % H li y CoBe <>'EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long; standing, nod iv •itb«r
sex, no matter from wnat cause pro
duced.
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription. Is
not a quack nostrum, hence perteetlv
safe to lake; Is pleasant to tbe taste
supplies to tbe cerebro spinal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The bloo i. rejuvenating and relnvlgorat.
I."?K h ." lh u mlud HnU bull r- Thousand.,
both In this country and In Europe, can
testify to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, »3per bottle, or four times tbe
quantity lor SIO. Sent lo any address se
cure Irom observation.
Address ull letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate nf the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to the
Orthopivdlc Hospital of Philadel
phia,)
No. 7;2 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
Sole Agent.
P. S.-lIR. MINTIE can be consulted
in reference to the above complaints dur
ing office hours from tt a. m to 8 p **
dally, anil from 6 to » In the evenins?!
A - 10 1 •"■ Consultation
VKEE. 1 borough examination and ad
vice, $5. Full directions and advice lre«
with every puckage of inedloine. lylltf
Evergreen Laundry.
"W.A. SHIITG
Called for and delivered to any pen
ol tbe city, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders, can be left et the book ■tor* ol
Mr. Ham HfUinmi. Marine Ht.ffJ* olStf

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