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sCos Jtunelec Jt-crald. 'nttiiMhpii eve. y morning except Mom* duy, BY IJ>. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: P ;r annum, by mnll orexpress $10 9'X months *' " j* fares months 11 " 3 □ lit rend by curriers, per week, Hi centy i jSANGELES WEEKLY HERALD i, I'ubiisheci every Saturday moroi ng TKItMS. 'Voyeur,liy 01 all or ex press,one copy.,s3 X ,t months, " " - " " —I 't ■ hren " " » " " ..1 (* \ dverllsemcnlK inserted al reasonable r ilaa til Kind* ol Job-Worn <<•>■•« to < -unpen- wllh Hat* t'rnuelsro la. l-rlce,Style, ami Klocnueo ol Wiii Ih lltn nsll Ip. LAWYERS. V. E. HOWARD. F. 11. HOW AUD. J. BROSsKAU. Howard, Hrosseau & Howard, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Rooms, 60,87 and 68 Tem ple Block, third floor, Los Angeles. (ebt-tf HENRY T. HAZARD, \ rnroiiiNEY A/rlaw COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, Q. A. Uoblnaon, Manager. OFFICE) —11 oins rt nnd 9 Downey Block. laSl-tf 3. C. HUBBELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms II und 4 Ducommun a Block, corner Main .v Commercial streets, Los Angeles. muyT-tf A. (JLASBKM., O. H. SMITH A. H. CHAPMAN, 11. M. HMITII GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, AT LAW, OFFICE —TEMPLE BLOCK np-slalrs, I .OS Angeles. California. oc'2-tf— 2 W. 11. H. Russell, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL LOR AT LAW. Oirßooms '1 and 3. Allen's Building, corner of .Spring and Temple Sts. al6lf PHYSICIANS. Dr. Klrkpatriek. (Juice and Residence—No. II FR AN KLIN HI'KEET. fe'2B-lm Or. N. P. RICHARDSOnV IMiyrsioinii ill I burgeon Residence, Fort Hill, I Office, No. 19 Dow laueaa Vise, street. I neyßloek,upßlairs, J. HANNON, 31. I>7 C < >lJiX r rY PHYSICIAN, UOOMse* U, LAN FRA NCOBLOCK. Residence Downey Avenue. East bos Angeles, near liio end of street mil* way. Oltiee hours from to to 12 a. at., from 1 to 1 p. M. ap2o tf K. D. WISE, K« I>7~ IN OARDONA HLOCK, LOS \J Angeles, Cal ,ne trly opposite Court |ToutS*\ Utfi-DIHGAHK.S OF KK.MALE3 A Spfcialty. an 15 DR. iv McUUIRE, uud Surgeon OFFICE—Rooms No. ti and 7, Lnnfian rjo Block, Main street. Residence—-01 Main street, Los A ngeies, Cal. Office Hours— Fjoiii 9 to IS A m. and 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. apl2;f Dr. N. S- Ciberson, Office and Residence—lBB SPRING ST,. below Turnverein Hall, I,us Angelas. aplU-tf J. Bechtingcr, M. 1)., (OF VIENNA,) 13HYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN depeudent and French M, H. iSocle- UOB. Ocullstof the French Hospital in Man Francisco. All clironfc obstinate oases aud operations ou the eyos attend ed to, OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramento Rtreet, corner of Kearny. Residence—SE. cor ner Mason and I'acillc streets, San Fran cisco. oc3 ly Russian and Electric Baths, SIUNORF.TN ItUILDINO, oppowlie Merced Theater. K. lI UU H In reluming thanks to the public lor their liberal patronage, oau Willi confidence recommend hU BATHS As tlie great PURIFIER cud EQUAL IZER of the human body, enabling tlie system to throw off Its impurities and giving to the lungs one-sixth more i nspi tat ion of air than can beontaiuel by breathing, by opening tlie poros ot the akin and giving full play to the Insensi ble respiration so necessary to physical health. urt'A lemale constantly on hand to wallou ladles. Open from 8 A. m. to 7 p. m. s23tf NEW YORK BREWERY The OUEAHF MKftT nnd KOmT H' ,' »'|. ~"••.«I . . . ■ Tli« o.leiuHb-4 See i ..... this Brewery i .|»il«.oowi>«tltk». inilKWaw rurrVi. "Sfe fashion Livery and Said Stable, WILSON A YOUKQ, \sm Establishment Los Angeles Daily Herald Morning Telegrams. Fnsaeiigerii r in;. San Francisco, April 30.—Tlie following aro the passengers for Los Angeles by steamer Orizaba, which sailed at 10 a. m. to-day: P Penrose and wife, Wm WePheely, J 11 lloss, Goo Uridger," M MoKenzie, N Will.ri, W D Madigan, C Hnnphrev, Mrs John Terry, Mrs A Teagurdon, Mits If H Baldwin, Mrs M H Baldwin, Mrs M V Banner, F liaker, A T DWight, S B bellows, 1! Dewey, J It liaker, Miss Whitsliorn, Mrs A Campbvll, Miss lteed, Mrs M Emtrv, II It Mullally, w'.fe Mrs Thompson, and i children, Mrs Buckuin, \V II Thompson, Jno B McAulin'. .-iisseuuerM (.iilng Nuiim. Mojave, April 30.— T. Tulvert, H. l". Kice, J. Baruok, J. Laynl ? and wife, .I. Wagner, ('. Willian.'s and wife, 15. li. Hewitt, T. A. Mo- Dougall, Chas. Tilant, dipt. A. Nelf, George Irvine, J. Brown, .1. U. Krecker, E. H. Kasker, wife and mother. in.- MMtlostal i.t.imr !*,.■,> i,, rldtMi on a CastvaaiilttM. San Francisco, April 30.—ltep resenlatives of the National Labor Party met lust even lug and decided to hold a State Convention in this city May 22d to nominate dele gates to iho Constitution Conven tion. Tin. iieariu , lie. uy Ihe Bara, San Francisco, April 30.—At it meeting of the State Central Com mittee of the Workwomen's part y, last eveuing, the row between Kearney and the committee broke forth again with renewed violence. Knight called on Keair.ey to re sign his position as President of the Committee, as unfit and crazy. Rooney said that when Kearney undertook to play Cosierha (Roo ney) was ready to take tho part of Brutus. Kearney—Do yon mean lo assas sinate me? Itooney—l will do so politically. Kearney came buck on Knight, quotiug from an article published in the Lower Lake Bulletin of April 18th, accusing Knight, while resid ing in that vicinity, of grossly im moral aud licentious conduct. Knight denied tho charges ns false. Kearney announced his intention of going around to all tlie ward clubs In Ihe cily ard calling upon I hem to recall their delegates from the County Committee which bad nttneked him. Itooney said that, in that case, ho would have the Executive Cominil lee go arpuud to (be Clubs and get them to expel the one who coun selled dissension in the party. (Ap plause.) Wei look at lacked the organic Bel lon of tbo County Committee. A long and b liter light ensued, iv which Wellock and MoCueaided with Kearney and all tiie rest of the Committee against him. Kearney tendered his resigna tion, lint In the squabble which en sued that proposition was lost sight of and tlie Committee finally ad journed in confusion, without com ing to any conclusion*. While the question of organization for tlie campaign was under discussion, Kearney opposed organizing clubs in country districts, us it wasdilli cnlt to get the members together and they would get along belter without. It la evident that the breach between Kearney and the otbai leaders lias become irrepara ble. .UN B.raat'iliMU Delta, San Bernardino, April 30.— The Coiigregationalist and Meth odist churches havo been holding revival meetings here for the past three week*, and still they con tinue. The crops iv this valley are very heavy i and the average far exceeds that of last year. The farmers are preparing to cut hay. ' Three men, hy name respectively, Reinharl, Whitburne and Scott, were arrested and brought to this city yesterday, for stealing ore at Ivanpah, v mining camp situated about 150 miles from this city. They bad one ton of ore at the mill, which yielded them $l,f>oo. The weather is exceedingly pleasant for this season of the year. A ten-Stamp quartz mill is being erected at Bear Valley, on the Gulch mine, hy Henry Bead and Judge Calefr. BaeuawM O'Urlcn In a mid \Va>'. San Francisco, April 30.— W. S. O'Brien, of the Bonanza firm, has, lor several days, been lying very ill at San Rafael. Early this morning it was reported in tho city that he was dead. A luterjdispatoh announced him as slill living, hut sinking rapidly. A press dispatch, dated 11:30 A. M., says that O'Brien was then some easier. He rested well last night. ftrpuhllcii.i £*..((.» li l . woriiiiiur. San Francisco, April 30th.— A strictly secret conference meet ■• ••'— •- "•- Republican Stale y Committees ig in the Pul iber from each talk over the Hum of neither ired and noth >. It is nn,l,-I' ll party ticket and the meet to arrange pie- I lliuinaiits. map, Nun Frim rueil. April 30th.— ; this moruiug lie old Mansion y frame build l ide of Dupont ia. Tho build' s hotel iv the lately occu e caravansary and most The fire ;ar by au acci , and lv a few old tinder-box The occupants 3t by hundreds, LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1. LB7B creating a scene uf indescribable confusion. Tlie fire, though veiy fierce, was soon under contro 1 , though only the front portion ot the lower story was left standiiif. When tho men could enter upon an exploration of the ruins, it wus at once evident that some of the inmates lnid perished. Tho charred body of one man was soon found, and the Chinese say there must he several more buried under the ruins. Several escaped, severely burned, and were removed to tlie City Prison Hospital for treatment. Tho ruins are now being searched for others. Tho amount of loss cannot be ascertained at present, but will probably range between §10,000 and $20,000. The building was owned by a French woman, and by her leased to Chinamen, llennllltloiiN («, kii.|>«iii| AcetamiilK. tlnilM lii llie KlnlilMC Flliiil. Washington, April 33 —Tlie Committee 00 Ways anil Menus have decided lo report to tho House the following joint resolutions: Whereas, On the Ist day of April, 1878, there had been paid in to tlie Sinking Fund the sum of $211,489,168 34 iv excess of the re qulrsmeutl Of law, which sum is equivalent-to the accumulation of about eight years of the amount required by law, and, Whereas, It i 9 as unnecessary for the maintenance of public ereditasit is unjust to tho people to contiuuo tlie imposition of taxes j for this object at a time of great de pression like tlie present, Therefore, he it enacted, otc, that the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to suspend the purchase of United States bouds for the Sinking Fund until lino>close of the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1885, unless oth erwise directed by Congress, ■lolinllolf mm BattkrafM L«u. Washinoton, April 30.—The President pro tern laid before the Senate a bill to repeal the Bank rupt law with amendment by the House. Merriman moved to refer the bill and amendments to the Judiciary OommlUee. Beck opposed the reference upon Ihe ground that, If any good was to grow out. of tho passage of tlie bill, the sooner passed the better. All sorts of fraudulent petitions were now being tiled hy persons to take advantage of this law before ils repeal. ItcPnrle.l AdVirsolr. Washington, April 30.—Mor rill, of Vermont, from tho Com mittee on Finance, reported ad versely on the concurrent resolu tion of Beck, declaring it inexpe dient to levy a tax ut this time to maintain a sinking fund, and the Committee was discharged from Its further consideration, I'Ue «') i;i in Aiiivrfenii Wittcrr, New York, April 30th.—The eteamahlp Cymbria, referred to iv a 'previous dispatch, put Into Southwest Harbor, Maiue, Sunday morning, with six hundred so cii I led passengers. The Hist contingent sent from Ibis country lo Malta will number live thousand men and two bat teries of artillery, all of which are under orders for embarkation. Considerable excitement has been produced iv Berlin hy the an nouncement that au English fleet is being titled out fur operations in the Baltic. itrixirt of ihe MletusnH ftnniliern Kiillrootl. Chicago, April 30.—The annual report of the Lake Shore and Mich igan Southern Railroad for the year 1877, shows the total earnings to be $13,505,153, an iucrease in net earn ings over the preceding year of $100,000. The President says that, of 92 killed by tho Ashtabula dis aster, 83 have been settled for; of 01 wounded, 56 have been settled for. This übsorbed $453,800 of the earnings. i]iiKifiii<rrf *jtt«u<i. London, April 30th.—Qathorno Hardy, Secretary for India, presid ing at a banquet in Bradford last night, said that the Government took its stand upon public faith and honesty and upon the declara tion of 1871, that one party to an engagement could not withdraw from It without the consent of the rest. The real question was wheth er England hail or had not great In • terests in the East. War N.MH. St. Pktuksijuru, April 30th.— Bulletins announce that Prince Qortaobakoff Is better, although still incapable of transacting busi ness. A Belgrade dispatch says that the artillery forces and the militia are being hurried to the frontier, and formications at frontier towns are being strengthened. A special from Vienna says Ihe probability is that before this is printed the Plenary Ministerial Council, now sitting, will have authorized the ministry to make all necessary arrangements for rea lizing half of tho credit of sixty millions florins, If Hungary con sents Bosnia will be occupied. London, April 30th.—A telegram from Bombay announces that the llrst detachment of troops has sailed and that a number of fresh regiments are waiting. Iw It n ('miner? London, April 80.—The Man chester Guardian'a Vienua dispatch says that the German steamer Cymbria, of the Hamburg-Ameri can Line, has been chartered by the Russian Government and has taken a contingent force of forty ofllcers and live hundred pcarneu and started to cruise on the Chinese and Japanese coasts. Tlie EusUnll -.11 il.i s 1.1 l lie SMMWV London, April 30th.—There is little change in tho strike. In a few cases only compromises have been effected. Tlie weavers of seven more mills In Preston struck. Uno master has been mobbed. Uiltler Orders. London, April 30th.—A dispatch (rom Woolwich cays that two bat teries of artillery there are under orders to be in readiness to proceed to Malta. A Royal Mitrrlngc In rri>N,u'i-l. Berlin, April 30.—The ceremo ny of betrothal of tho Duke of Can nought, seventh child and third son of Queen Victoria, to the Princess Louise, third daughter of Prince Frederick Charles, of Prussia, will occur at Darmstadt of tlie 9th of May. MISCELLANEOUS. Lots for Sale! ON THK INSTALLMENT PLAN OR CHEAP FOR CASH. West Los Angeles utters tho best opportunity for delightful homesteads of any that lias ever been of* fared for sale lo the public. THE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL, Ou'y sudicienty Inclined for good drainage THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT. Aud ol such character that it uever cakes and is neither mudily in Winternordusty In Summer. IT HAS A DITCH UF WATER RUN NING THROUGH IT. THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL TURAL PARK RAILROAD ly. completed and ruuulng through the en tire lami and! now operated successfully through Park A r venue, 100 feet wide, o en lug Into the Agricultural Grounds. A DEPOT Ob' THE LOS ANGELES AND INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS. This is really tlie West End of our beau tiful city, with Ihe benefit of FUEBH, PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN, uncontamiuatcd by gas or sewer effluvia. A glance at the elegant mansions and fashionable residences now e.ected nnd iv course of erection must satisfy any per son desiring a home that this Is tbo place. THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY AND PRICES MODERATE. M4PS WILL BE FOUND At tlie office of tbe Farmers' a M charts' Bank. Also, at the office of the Main Stre and Agricultural Park Railroad. O. W. GUILDS aud JOHN G. DOWNEY will give special attention to those seek ing information. sentlOtf ' Notice of Removal. Monday or Tuesday Next 1 WII.I. ItKMOVK MY BOOT AND SHOE STORE From 101 Main street, To No. 28 Central Block, Spring Street. 1 shall beutnd to welcome my custom ers at my new quarters. a. 8. Mcdonald. fe24 tf Evergreen Laundry. WA SHIFQ Called for and delivered to any part of the city, by Reed & Phillips, Adams St. Orders can be left at the book store of Mr. Sam Hellman, Spring St. ol3lf I BUSINESS CARDS. Largest Auction House in the City! H. R, BROWN, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Twodonr. East of Old Stand, on COURT < ST., opposite Court House. «W REGULAR SALE on Saturdays from 0 o'clock A. K. till 4 P.M. Spcuial Sales made nt any time. HOMES, WAGONS, and all kinds of goods bought aud sold. Reference ( R, E. Hyde, Pre* ll'k Vl,alia by permis'n \ ... F. Spence.Cu.h Com ll'k JalOtf 11. R. BROWN. Auclloncer. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. BL "W. HOYES Has opened out at No. I MARKET ST., opposite the Court House, and will be pleased toservohis old friends and the public. Particulur attention paid to Ileal Estate sales. Regular sale days for Horses and rolling stock, WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. As I have no partners and do my own work, I Intend to make ray charges less than those of anybody else in the busi ness, charging nn real estate two per cent, for the first $1000 and one percent, oval) sums above that amouut. Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES, WAGONS and all kinds of property, and pay casn. N, B.— Saturday's sales commence at 10 A. m. and close ut 4 i\ K. E. W. NOYESi Oldest Aucl loneer In BOQI hern California. nvfll AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A NEW PLACE. ALFRED MOORE. (from St. Paul, Minneacta,) U now to be found at tt> Spring street, Next tho Dollar Store. Send along your Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses, Bug gies, Wagons and other merchandise you may !mV'.» to dispose of. Auction every Saturday motnlng at It o'clock precise* ly. Heal Estate sales also attended 10. n'ifl-tlm JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, j EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 aud 14, McDonald Block, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. septtllf John E. Jackson, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Room tl Temple Block. slStr iff, h. J, nbooks. okohok j, claukk. BROOKS & CLARKE, Searchers of Records and Examiners of Titles. OS-ALLEN'S BUIDINO, corner Spring and Temple streels. J. A. Caiiey. Titos. A. Faoan. DOWNEY CITY REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Raneho*. Hou-es, Lots and Other Prop, erty Bought and Sold on Commission, By Carey & Fagan, DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA. Mr. FAGAN Is nl*o an Atti rney-nt Law. mrlO f TO LEASE. "ElMolinoFarm," For business and eiiucatioual rc.nons, desiring to remove into Loi Angeles, I will lease " EL MOLINO FARM," Including resldenco anil out-bulldlngs horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul tural Implements, otc, for tlie term (tf TWO OR THREE YEARS. The farm consists of 8M at?res, on which are4o.ooJ grape vines, over 2,000 orange trees, 700 Kugllsh walnut trees, WO lemon and lime trees; also a num.ho? of black walnut, pecan, ulinond, tig. apricot, plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bimmns, etc.; twoor three acres of ailalfa, ilfty acres vacant arable land, aud THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY WATERED. Attached to the residence Is a spuelous bath-room, supplying tint, col i and shower bai hs. There is also a Bl LLI V Ul> ROOM, table and appurtenances. The farm Is most eligibly situated in the FRUIT BELT of the San Gabriel Mission Valloy About eight miles east of Los Angeles city, and near tho Railroad Station of Sau liabrlel Mission. If not leased, I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE PROPERTY On advantageous terms, to-wlt: One third cash, the balance in one, two, three aud lour years, at 10 per cent, iuterest per annum interest, payable semi-annually. K.J. C. KEWKN, Nos. 10 A 11 Strelltz Building, spring St. S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. Q3IU AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. GIESH Has removed his Agricultural Imple ment Store to No. 24 Aliso Street, Nextdoor to Lnmbourn A Tumor. mill Im pr q Per day, at liome SPO H >I>*svJ He.mples worm ,1, free. Stihos A fa, Poytland, Me. marlld w HOTELS. 1 ST, CHARLES HOTEL, Loa anoei.es, cal., 8. W. CRAIGUE & CO.. j Proprietor*. The St. Charles is located in the busi ness centre ol'the city, and Is the largest, i most elegant and completely urganized Hotel In .Southern California. Free coach to the house. i J. A. GORDON, Manager. IMj-W'eslern Union Telegraph in Hr.tel oUle». Jyllif »lOJA YE iHOTEI, jMojnvo Juuctiou, Cul. THIS HOUSE IS NOW FEFARED to receive its numerous patronsJoL and the traveling public In general. Be log entirely new and splendidly lur nlshed, it affords superior accommoda tions. ITS TABLE D* HOTE Is second to none in Southern California THK BAH is supplied with the choicest brands of wines, liquors aud cigars. An elegant BILLIARD HOOM Is also attached to tlie house. AU trains stop here for breakfast and supper. It Is the polntof departure for the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.— Darwin, Lone Pine, Corro Gordo and Pun am lut. Theotllceof the LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is at this hotel, The patronage of c traveling public Is respectfully solicited. MATTHEWS &. BOYD, MMf Proprietors. 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 tbe mesa or table lands of the Sierra Mndie Mountains. Climate unsurpassed for Summer or Winter Residence. Commands a charming view of valley and mountain, overlooking the San Ga briel orange groves; is four miles from rallroud and telegraph station; house en tirely new, lighted by gas, aud contains all modern conveniences. A School for children on the pjemlses. For particulars addiess proprietor, P. o. Box Mil, Los Augeles. ANAHEIM HOTEL. Cor. of CENTER & LEMON Sts. large, sunny anJ airy ."SO TABLE supplied with all tho luxuries tho marker nllnrds. •OrrRESB COACH to the Hotel. •pUtr B. DUNHAM,Proprietor. FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ! IN COLD COIN, TO BE GIVEN TO YOUNQ LADIES AT THE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS Under eighteen years of age, who make The Best Biscuit WITH Bowen's Yeast Powder. Htate Fair at Sacramento. Cal $50 State Fair at Reno, Nevada 50 Htate Fair ut Salem, Oregon 50 Siskiyou County Agricultural Fair, Yroka 50 Northern District Agricultural Society Fair, Marysville 50 Sonoma and Marin District Agricultu ral Society Fair, Petiiluma 50 Ban Joaquin Valloy Agricultural So ciety Fair,Stockton 50 Los Angeles Agricultural Society Fair, Los Angeles * 50 Santa Claia Valley Agricultural Soci ety Fair, San Jose ; 50 Mechanics' Fair, San Francisco 50 DOT difcw-tf GIU JONES, FAMILY GROCERY, NO. 41 SPRING ST. A full assortment of flrsl>class Family Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Bacon, Hams, Lard, etc., kept on hand AT REASONABLE PRICES. ft-20t( KWONti KING & CO., :t7 HI 1 R I N H3?II X ICT. CHINESE STORE. Chinese nnd Japanese Goods and Toys. FRE-*H TKAS,elieapest and best in tbe town. CIQAKS of the best brand,. Ser vants and hands of all kinds furnished, apt tf MISCELLANEOUS. IMERCHANT^TAILOR. J. STRELITZ, Fashionble Merchant Tailor, "Vfo. 12 TK.M I'LE Block, Spring street, JX Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST, FINEST AND BEST S . r OCKED TAI LUR ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern Csll'ornia. His old customers aud tbe public will llnd It the place to get BEST STYLES and FITTING obtainable. NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOESKINS, DIAGONALS, FANCY CASSIMERES, VELVET & SILK VELVETING, Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin cipal sentlemen of the city, lor whom he tins made clothing. 09-No necessity to send to San Fran cisco for good fitting suits. decUO-tf BiVIfKINaTIOUSES. FARMERS' I MERCHANTS' HANK Of Loa Angeles. CAPITAL 000,000 CO ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Isaias W. Heli.jian, Eugene Meyer, O. W. CHII.D3, L.C.GOODWIN, CIIAHt.fS Dut'OHH UN, Josu MASCAKKf., Jons s. Griekin, C. E. Thou, Frank Lecouvueur. Exchange for sale on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN and HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. liuy and Kell LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will also pay the highest price for Guld aud Silver Bullion. From and after this r Ite, on all moneys leu as Term Deposits.! iterest will be al lowed. W Commercial Bank OT I,oh Angelea. Authorized Capital • 300,000 M.S. PATRICK President E. F. SPENCE CeehieT DIRECTORS. M. S. Patisick, h. H. Mott, A. A. Wilcox, H. Mabury, M. Wood worth, f. Lankkrsuim, O. S. WITHFRBY, JNO. G. CAPItON, J. E. HOLLRSDECK, Tills Bank, is prepared lo receive de posits on open aeouont, lliue Certificates of l)i |t«.-11, und transact a geueral Buuk* ins Boeioeai. Collectlpns made ami proceeds remitted at current rates «»f exohanse, LOS ANKLES COMITY MNt MAIN STREET, li*>s Antreles « Cal Capital Slock (paid up), 300,000 J. S. SLAUSON President R. s. BA KHK Vice-President J. M. BtTLiOTT Cashier DI RECIOR.S. J, S. SI.ATJRON, P. BEACIIHV, V. A. IIOuVKK, KOBERT X II \ KKR, j. bixry. duo. w. Paaacott A. W UoU'MAN. Receive savings H uik deposits, buy and sell exchungoon Han Francisco, New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort. Buy exchange on all parts of the United Slates avid Europe. Receive money on open account and Cer liflcnte or Deposit, and do a general Lunkiiurnnd itsOßanga business. J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNER OP Alamoda and First Streets 11KAI.KKS IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES — AT — Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s LUMBER YARDS —AM D — PLANING MILLS, Ho. I« t'outuserctal si reel, near ftnltroaul DelMit. mr'Jl-tr- J. G. JACKSON Lwrnber Dealer Corner Alameia and Firtl Streeti. DRAI.KK IN IX)ORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS, SHAKES, PIASTER OF PARIS, OEM ENT AND HAIR. J VtfsV-' *- aU—^...llL BlMn NO. 3 30 SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonio N otic*. * *• M—The staled meeilots V; Jr or Ihla Lodge are held on the first MONDA V of each monlo. at ' 7.-30 p. «. Members of I'eniai pha. No. 302, aud ill Master Maaone Ik I good standing are cordially Invited. Byorderofthe W: , i' 11 .\s. smitu. Secretary. - Lis Angeles Chapter No. 33, R- ■ ».. I' —Stated convocations on 1,. \ /-rrV7 MONDAY of eaoh month 7 % p - **• at Haeoaio Ball, tita WW Sojourning eompaniona In » V A n Bood standing cordially in. 1 «Mf T,vlted. By order of r s *'f S. O. FOY, H. r I f Sam. Prageb, s? Secretary. 1 Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal to* ; Saltel Maatere, F. * a. M., Holds Its stated assemblies on tbe Mb • Monday of each month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 P. M Sojourning Companlona In . good standing are fraternally Invited to attend. By order of the Th •• Ilr. It. O. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder. <fcf KNIGHTS TEMPLAR De Lion Commander, No. ?, k;. t;. Holds lis stated conclavea at tha Asy lum in Masonic Hall, on tho Third TH URSDAY of eaidi month, at7J4 o'oloak r. M. Sojourning Knights Templar In good standing are cordially Invited to at tend. By order of tha ' J. C. Littj.efiixd, Recorder. ' ' I. O. O. F. Augellts Lodge Mm. ISO. V; ,"•*'— Regular meetings «JJPV. "I this Lodge are iietd every . .CT; ■> MONDAY evening at 8 o'clock 0,9.4 a Fel ■"*'»' H" 11 . Uowney Block. Visit ng and sojourning brothers lv good slandlng are Invited to attend. M. LEHMAN. N. O Kued. W. Wood, Kec. Sec. Loa Auiccles Lodire Ho. SS, I. ©. ©.jr. Regular meeting held on /afMKiWEDNESDAY EVENING ol each week at V/, o'clock. 80 -lournlng brethren In rood standing aro cordially Invited. , „ „ J - W. BAUD, N. a. A. Frank, It. S. • Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31.1.0. 0. F. iraSs'iir '"■'■' rlA " meetings hala mpQ PJat"" ""' Second und Fourth yh of each month at , ; IV% P. M. Sojourning Patri archs In good -landing are cordially havl led to attend. „ C C. LIPS, C. P. B. Mauxsen, Scribe. § Knights of Pythias. OLIVE LODGE, No. 20, meets every .Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock, at tha Castle - Han. Downey Block. All sojourning Kntfhit In good standing are cordially invited. I. A. DUNSMOOR.C. O. V. E. Miles, K. or K. a Confidence Engine Company No. 2. v REGULAR MEETINGS ol sUbi this Company will tak* ibet /.jkSk on the first Wednesday eve fW&Wm] ning of each month, at I o'clock. By order, W. S. MOORE. Secretary. SIB ASTLEY COOPER'S VITAL RESTORATIVE 1 The great English remedy for Nervoua Debility, Spermatorrhea aud t reuiature Decline of Physical Force. The Vital Restorative Will positively cure, thoroughly and permanently, any case of EXHAUSTED VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either acute or of long standing, and In either sex, no matter from wnat cause pro duced. The Vital Restorative Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, is uot a quack m.strum, hence perieetly sale to lake; Is pleasant to the taale. supplies to the cerebro-spinal and sym pathetic system of nerves new forte. Purifies and Enriches The blcjo .. rejuvenating and retuvlgorat lug both mind and body. Thousands, both In this country aud In Europe, can testify to the great restorative properties of tills really great medicine. Price, riper hollle. r,r four times the quantity lor «10 scut lv any address se cure irom observation. Address all letters to A. E. MINTIE, M. D., .Graduate of tbe University of Pennsyl vania and late Resident Surgeon to tha Orthopredlc Hospital or Philadel phia,) No. 722 Montgomery St., San Franclsao, Sole Agent. r. S.—DR. MINTIE can be consulted in relerence to the above complaints dur ing ollice hours from 9 a. h. to 8 p. at. daily, and from 8 to 8 In the evening. Sundays. 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. ConsullatfoSL r KKE. Thorough examination and ad vice, $5. Full directions and advice iree with every package or medicine. tylfrtf The Steams Ranchos, iU'UD ROBIVSON. Trustee, Bin Market St., Nam Fraaciacw, Cal; US I i W U \ ACRES OF LAND FOR OU,VVA/ sale, In lots to suit, suit able lor the culture or Oranges, Lemons, Llmes.Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Apples, Pears, Alraira, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and alto many thousand acres or Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit able for Dairying. Good water Is abundant at an average depth of six feel from the surface. On al most every acre of this land FLOWING artesian WELLS can be obtained, and the more elevated portions cava be Irri gated by the water or the Santa Ana river. Most of these lauds are naturally moist, requiring only good cultivation to product crops. TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance la one, two and three years, with 10 per cent Interest. I will take pleasure In showing these lands to parties seeking land, who are Invited to come and see this extensive tract before purchasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Augeles couuty, Dec. its, 1 87 . Carriage Manufactory, Nos. HI and lIS MalnStrect, Los Angelea. L. LICHTENBERGER Having resumed the business of oarrlaga mnkiug in nil its branches, is prepared io fill orders lv tbet line. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES « WA6BNS or pve y dercriptloii constantly en baas] nnd ma Is to order. With riiht-olsst wara> men of twenty years' expsrismce la lave trade of this section or \Ut> State east asv In* none other than tbe best of materl uls, the public are assured of tbaroajtaV sitt ivfii'-i ion at lowest potslbl* rates. TWM" ■ patronngu of his former customers Use)* I sportfully solicited. "Quick 9*.les und Small Proats." "A Nimble HixpcDce is b«tt*r tbaa a • Slow Shilling » mrfltl UCHTBNBKItOn.