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JrUgtUjfi $cv;iWl i irhUfttu-d srtrsay irmrntng except Mnu- j day. BY ■lOSrOPH I_>. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: t* TH.mum, by mall or express $10 S x mouths " " 6 T-iree months " *' - 8 t> divered by carriers, per week M cents .- ANBELES WEEKLY HERALD i- published every Saturtlav morning. TfcKM.S. * •■> c jvur.by mull orexpress,onecopy..?3lJt . - .nonius. ** " " " ...I il u.-ee " " « " " ...1 tt> \'lvei'tlsemau!s Inserted a! reasonable r < mc, til Kinds ot Job-Work done to r..u»pete with Sun FrnnrUro lv Price-Style), and Elen*nMCool Worn* i»aiiwblp. LAWYERS. V. B. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD. J. BROS-EAU. Howard, Brosseau & Howard, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Rooms, 66,117 anil 68 Tem ple Block, third floor, Loa Angeles. leb3-tf HENRY T. HAZARD, A TTORJNEY AT LAW COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, 0. A. Dnblnson, Manager. OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey tilock. la.ll-tr 8. C. HUBBELL, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms :i and 4 Ducommun s Block, corner Main it Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-lf A.GT.ASdKLI., G. 11. SMITH V B. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, YTTORNEYS AT LAW. OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK rtp-stulrs, lj.s Vnarlcs. California. ne2-tr—3 F. P. Ramirez, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, l.os Angeles. m2-lm W. H. H. Russell, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL LOR AT LAW. fluS-Itoouis 2 und 3. Allen's Building, corner of Spring and Temple Sts. al6tf BeßeaspeaassasssssaMßssssaaießeaßeßMieaMsssMeaß PHYSICIANS. Hi. Klrkpatrlck. office and Residence—No. 15FRANKMN STREET. fe2B-lm Dr. N. P. RICHARDBON, I'liyslciun rand Purjj.-on Residence, Fort Hill, I Office, No. 19TJOW ttuena Vista street. I neyßlock,upstairs. J. HANNON, M. D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN. ROOMS 9 A 11, LANFRANCO BLOCK. Residence Downey Avenue, East Los Angeles, near the end or street ritU way. Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m.; from I to 4 P. M. ap2o tf ~K.~l). WISE, m. v. OKFICE IN CARDONA BLOCK, LOS Angeles, Cal., nerrly opposite Court House. oVDISKASI'.S OF FKMAI.K3 A Specialty, auls DR7L. McUIIRE, l?liyosicianand Snr(ri'n« OFFICE—Rooms No. 6 and 7, I.anfran no Block, Main street. Residence —204 Main street, Los Angeles, Cat. Office Hours—Fuom 9 to 12 A. X. and 2 to 5 and 7 lo 9 P. if. upl2lf Dr. N. 8. Ciberson, Physician and Surueon Office nnd Residence— l 33 SPRINO ST., below Turnverein Hall, Los Angeles. apM-U Dr. Joseph Kurtz Has removed his office lo No. 82 MAIN STREET, over Dotter 4 Bradley's Furni turo store. Office Hours-Frcm 10 to 12, 4 lo 6 and 8 to !). Resldenco—Buena Vista street. myltf J. Bechtinger, M. D., (OF VIENNA,) PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN dependeut and Freuch M. B. socie ties. Oculist of the French Hospital In San Francisco. All chrouio obstinate cases aud operations ou the eyes attend ed to, OFFICE —No, 704 Sacramento street, corner of Kearny. Residence —SE. cor* nor Mason aud Pacific streets, San Fruu elsco. oc9 ly Dr. Chin Quong Zin. OFFICE—Corner Los Augeles and Ar cadia streets. if art'nres all kinds of diseases. Office hour, from 0 to 12 a. m. and from 4 to 5 anu 7 to 9 P. M. ap3l)lf Russian and Electric Baths, SIONORET'S BUILDING, opposite Merced Theater. R. HUGHES", In returning thanks to the publio for their liberal patronage, can with confidence recommend his ZB-A-TIHIS As the groat PURIFIER end EQUAL IZER of the human body, enabling the system to throw off lv impurities and giving to the lungs one-sixth more lnspl i at loa of air than can beootalnel by breathing, by opouing the pores ol the skin aud giving full play to the Insensi ble respiration so neoessury to physical health. M*A lemale constantly on hand to Walton ladles. Open from g A. V. to 7 P. M. s23tf Evergreen Laundry. WA SHIITQ Called for and delivered to any part of tbe city, by Reed & Phillips, Adams St. Order, c.m i.„ .en at Die boot ilotlj of Hi. Sam Hel.ruaii, Spring St. ot«W Los Angeles Daily Herald Morning Telegrams. ruftaeuvere Uoiuir Benin, Mojave, May 3.—T E Spego, A Hharnon, J 8 Sharnou and wife, E D Boyle, S C Evans, M J Jacobs, W B Rooks, J Luce, M Sheldon, M Little, C J Fox, wife and three children, L J Rose, G J Corouse, L Beshford, E P Whitmore, R Stein beck, J H Hunter and wife, M San born and wife, Mrs E Scott, H Chitwood. Auutuer Itovuliillfin lv TexiiN. San Antonio, Tex., May 3.—An official telegram to General Orr says that a revolution has broken out iv tlie States of Durango and Nuevo Leon, which General Tre vana is ordered to quell. The gar riemis at Matamorus nod Mler are said to be on tlie point of pronounc iug against Diuz. There is great excitement on the Lower Bio Grande. General Escobedo 19 hero. o*l]finu'.« Funeral. San Fhancisco, May 3.—lt is now staled that the fuueral of W. 8. O'Brien will take place from St. Mary's Cathedral nt 10 A. M. Sat urday. hoi feii'u:iiit»u'M ■eaalMtltMis. San Fhancisco, May 3.—The Workingmeu of Ihe Eighth Ward last night nominated some thirty delegates to Ihe Constitutional Convention, which will now be referred to tile County Committee for consideration. The unti-Kear ney element asserled its supremacy in the nominations. The Second Ward Club also made n number of strong anti-Kearney nominations, and passed vigorous resolutions denunciatory of the one-man power in the party In general nud Kearney in particular. Thesenti ment seems wide-spread among the clubs that the Kearney and unti-K« iruey matter li resolving Itself into the question whether the Workingmen's organization is to sink into a mere rabble or ele vate itself to the position of a legitimate political party. A num ber ol other Ward meetings wero held ut which no important action was taken. Tll« K|>lHl!o|»l.| .'Oil VflltlOll. San Francisco, May 3.—The Episcopal Convention yesterday elected the following Standing Committee: Revs. Beers, Ackerly, Lathrop and Piatt and Messrs. Stunley, Babcock, Kirkham and Graves. Revs. Brewer, Vaux, La throp und Birdsall nnd Messrs. Bubcock, Johnson, Martinet ami Gibbs were chosen for the Board of Missions. The Secretary cast the vote of the Committee for Hiram T. Graves us Treasurer. Reports of various officers nnd Committees were read and referred, and Rev. W. H. Hill's resolutions for the es tablishment of a Cathedral were referred to the Committee and laid over till next session. Adjourned at 7 i. M. Arrniigvitif-ili l r O'llrli'ii'. » ie uerM'. San Fhancisco, May 3.—The following pull bearers have been selecled for the funeral of Wm. 8, O'Brien: J. C. Flood, J. G. Fair, Louis McLane, Hall McAllister, W. T. Coleman, M. T. O'Connor, Chan. H. Fish, und Geo. Wallace. Theexempt firemen will be repre sented by John W. Farreu and Jeremiah Wlialen, and the Society of Pioneers by Judge Bradford and one other not yet named. It Is uot certain whether Ihe fuueral ser vices will be celebrated at 10:30 or 11 a.m. to-morrow. The body will be deposited In the receiving vault of Calvary Cemetery pending the completion of the mausoleum ill process of construction. It Will uot I»h is mit ol i% Funeral. San Francisco, May 3.—Ar rangements for O'Brien's funeral are being made on a modest, unpre tending scale, tlie deceased having shortly before his deatii expressed his wishes to that effect. He was a member of the Sau Francisco Stock Board, which will adjourn this afternoon till Mouday, out of respect to his memory and to ena ble the brokers to attend the funeral In a body. Queue, or uo Queue.. San Francisco, May 3.—A few days ago, in reudering a decision on the question of the eligibility ot the Chinese to citizanship, Judge Sawyer, of the U. 8. District Court, remarked en passant, that, in his opinion, the ordinance providing for amputating the Queues of Chi namen sentenced to confinement In tbe county jail was discriminating and unconstitutional. To-day papers were tiled iv tbe cases of six Chinamen to test (lis point. The ordinance bus bud, in the upiniou of those qualified to form a judg ment, an excellent restraining ef fect, Chinese criminals apparently being far more concerned at the loss of their lull than of the depri vation of their liberty. Tlie Convention Movement mi f.-i >- luuin. Petaluma, May 3 —Tbe Argus to-dny publishes the names or a large number of prominent citi zens of all parties who have signed a call for a primary electinu on tlie 9th and a County Convention to meet on the 12lh at Santa Rosa to nominate delegates to tbe Consti tutional Convention. The Work ingmen's clubs of tbe county have not decided upon nny definite; course of action. TerrlUe Mill l:n>l nt Mluur ■Mlle. Minneapolis, Minn., May 3.— At seven o'clock last evening this city was shaken by an explosion which was traced to the group of flouring mills Just above St. An thony's Falls. The explosion came from the Washburn mill, followed by a crash which crushed tbe struct ure. Secondary explosions in stall lly destroyed Thompson <fe Hoyt's and Humholdt mills, aud tbe flames immediately burst out communicating to the Galaxy mills, those of Pettlt, Robinson & . Co., Cahill, Aukeny & Co., L. Day 1 & Sous, Day & Rollins, Buell, LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 4. 1878. Newton & Co., Gorton, Hnyward <fc Co. The Washburn A. & B. Mills and lesser structures. The destruction from the shock of the explosion extended much further, glass being wrecked for several squares and buildiugß shaken throughout the city. At 8:80 the fire was raging within the limits. The theory of the explosion is tbat it took place in gas generated iv I be patent middlings purifier piocess. The loss of life is undoubtedly great, but full details are lacking in the confusion that surrounds the scene. The first rumors placed the dead at seventy to eighty, but this isnot borne out by Inquiry. Tbe explosion took place at the hour of changing duy fur night hands, and many of both were undoubtedly In tbe buildings. Tue Mlnneni oil. Dl.outer—Hecouil IH.imfcli. Chicaoo, May 3.—The Tribune's special from Minneapolis says that the scenes during nnd after tlie ex plosion wero terrible, and the loss of life must have been great. Per haps the entire extent of tho dis aster will not be kuowu for many days. Governor i'illsbury, who has largo interests in tbe va rious mills, was present dur ing most of tbe night. The entire milling district was in tlie greatest danger. At tho time of closing this report tlie loss Is figured at more than a million dol lars. Out of 181 run of stone lv Ihe vurious mills in the city 97 have been destroyed, or about one-half of the milling in terest in the city rubbed out. The force of tbe disaster can only be realized when it is kuowu that I thousands of people are dependent on the almost exclusive business of tbe city. | Later investigation confirms the opinion that lirst estimates of the loss of life were exag gerated. Tho number of dead is now placed at seveutoen. It ap pears tbat most of the duv force had gone home and only the small night force remained. Tlie lorn to property is enormous, but the confusion is too great for uu in telligent estimate. At present a rough calculation places it al fifteen hundred thousand. The loss to the city by the breaking of glass, etc., is $10,000. Five mills aud a planing mill were destroyed, be sides adjoining properly. Ileor Aifuili-nl Roger. AstltfJiol lo Ille 1-nclUe, Washington, May 3.—Rear Ad miral C. B. P. Rogers, about July Ist, will be assigued to the com mand of the Paelflc station, a con solidation of the North and South Pacific stations. t:>« rMitiinh ■trlhee -Oemplle* tluue lucretiMtiiK. London, May 3.—A committee of the Manufacturers Association met privately at Ashtou-under-lhe- Tyne, last night. It is stated that they decided to give notice of re duction of the wages. Operatives are highly incensed. The Parish authorities of Burnley have refused to relieve any persons who are suf fering In consequence of thestrike. Large crowds gathered in the streets but order was maintained. War Toll.. London, May 3.—The Russians have of late frequently violated the Bulair Hues of demarcation. Intelligence has been received from Athena that the insurrection in Tbessaly will probably subside. Constantinople, May 3.—Todle ben has resumed negotiations with Admiral Hornby in regard to the details of withdrawal. He has also resumed negotiations with the Porte for the evacualion of the ceded fortresses, but, as yet with out result, Safvet Pasha declaring tbat the Russians have not carried out the San Stefauo treaty. Vienna, May 3.—The Tagblalt says that iv consequence ot the concentration of Russian troops near the Transylvauian frontier, it has become necessary for Austria to take precautions. According to reliable information the question of concentrating au Austrian army in Transylvania is being seriously considered. The t'llllbrln. London, May 3. —Tbe steamer Cimbriu was chartered here by the Russian government for one year, to be used as a transport to supply the Russian fleet on the Pucilic Ocean. Her destination now is Japan. Mm.it War Kewi-Bn.k statement. London, May 3.— There is light news regarding the progress of ne gotiations, but tbe latest impress ions are more hopeful. The Bank of England statement shows the proportion of the reserve to liabilities at an extraordinary low figure. This is cousidered us unfavorable. ■rltlen t>.t Inulon omo. r Aeeaael umen. Calcutta, May 3.—Cooper, the British Political Agent ut Bahmo, iv the Kingdom of Burmah, and two Sepoys have been murdered by the Sepoy guurd. The assassins have been arrested. There is no reason to suppose that tbe assassi nation was the result of a native political plot. APPLE TREES. EIGHTY THOUSAND AP PLE TREES. lain prepare! to sell,at unprecedeut edly low Uj(ure9, eighty thousand apple trees, of tho most approved varieties. Those who propose to set out orchards would do well to call and examine my etosk. lam also prepared to sell HE All and other orchard trees, on favorable terms. My object In sacrificing these trees is to retire from tbe nursery busl ■ nets. G. D. COMPTON, COMPTON, Los Angeles Co,, Cal dim MISCELLANEOUS. Lots for Sale! — ON THK INSTALLMENT PLAN —oa — CHEAP FOR CASH. West Los Angeles Offers Ihe best opportunity fur delightful homesteads of any that has ever been of fered for sale to the public. THE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL, Ouly sufficient? Inollaed torgood draimigt- TtiE SOIL IU l-.XCIiLLEN l. And ol each eh .racter that It never cakes und is neither muddy lv Winter uordusty lv Summer. IT HAS A DITCU OF WATER RUN NING THROUGH IT. THK MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL TURAL FAME RAILROAD Is completed uud ruunlug through tbe en tire luud and 1 now operated successfully through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o eu lug Into the Agricultural Grounds. A DEPOT OF THE LOS ANGELES AND INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS. This is really the West End ol our beau tiful city, with the benefit of FRESH, PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN, uucontaminated hy gas or sewer effluvia. A glance at the elegant mansions and fashionable residences now e.eeted and in courso of erection must satisfy any pur- Sou desiring a home that this Is tho place THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY AND PRICES MODERATE. MIPS WILL BE FOUND At tho oflice of tho Partners' A M ohants' Bank. Also, at the offlee of the Main Stre and Agricultural Park Railroad. O. W. CHILDS and JOHN G. DOWNEY will give special attention to those seek ing Information. septlStf 1? v je \u Cheaper than Wood or Coal!! COKE FOR S^LE, BY THE Los Angeles Gas Co., AT I'll X I L YARD ON ALISO STREET. $15.50 PER TON. isietf FASHION mfc Livery and Sale Stable, WILSON & YOUNG, MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St. Horses nnd Carriages, Single or Double, and Haddle Horses kepi constantly on hand for the accommodation of the pub lic. Horses Boarded by tbe day, week or month at reasonable rates. Conveyances furnished for private or public occasions at tbe shortest notice and upon as re as ouubte terms as at any First Class Establishment In Southern California. WILSON A YOUNG, Prop's. Montana Meat Market. FUIKI.I NCIKI! it FRANK, MRf The best and tendere.t MeatsAQJJ In the market. None but the cli.Bam. Primest Beef and Mutton ever to be fonnd. Note the address—Mon tana Meat Market, Main Street, near lirst. Loa Angelea. BUSINESS CARDS. Largest Auction House in the City! H. R. BROWN, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT ST., opposite Court House. REGULAR SALE on Saturdays from 9 o'clock A. M. till leu Special Sales made at any time. HOUSES. WAGONS, aud all kinds of goods bought and sold. Reference (R. E. Hyde, Pres B'k Vlsalla by permls'n 1 F. Speuce,Ca.b Com B'k Jaietf H. R. BKOiVN. Auctioneer. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. lE. W. IsTOYBS Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST., opposite the Court Housa, and will be pleased to serve his old friends nnd the public. Particular attention paid to Real Estate sales. Regular sale days for Horses and rolling stook, WEDNESDAYS &SATURDAYS. As I have no pari ners and do my own work, I Intend to make my courses less than those of an\body else In the busi ness, charging on real estate two per cent, for the first $1000 and one percent, on all sums above that amount. Will uuy FURNITURE. HORSEH, WAGONS and all kinds of property, and pay casii. N. H.—Saturday's ltd commence at 10 A. m. and close ut i p. E. W. NOYE-4, Oldest Auctioneer in Southern Calilornia. nv2l AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A NEW PLACE. ALFRED MOORE, (from Hit Paul, Minnesota,) Is now to be found at 20 Spring street, Next the Dollar Store, semi along your Furniture, stoves. Bedding, Horses, Bug gies, Wagons and othermerchandise you may havd to dispose of. Auction every Saturday moi ning at 11 o'clock precise ly. Real Estate sales also attended to. n2» 4m JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON^ EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 and 11, McDonald Block, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. septStf John E. Jackson, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Room 11 Temple Block. sistf w. n. J. mtooKS. oeohok j. ci.arkk. BROOKS.& CLARKE, Searchers of Records and Examiners of Titles. BJPALLEN'S BUIDING, comer Spring aud Temple streets. J. A.Cakky. Tuos. A. Faoas. DOWNEY CITY REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Rancho*. Houses, Lots and Other Prop erty Bought uud Sold on Commission, By Carey & Fagan, DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA. Mr. FAGAN Is also an Attcrney-at-Law. mrlO t TO LEASE. "El MolinoFarm." For business and educational remons, desiring to remove Into Lot Augt los, I will leuse " EL MOLINO FARM," Including residence and out-bulldlngs horses, mule-*, wagon, harness, agricul tural implements, etc., for ihe term of TWO OR THREE YEARS. The farm consists of 204 acres, on which are4o,ooJ grape vine-*, over 2,000 orange trees, 700 Kngllsh walnut trees, 000 lemon and lime trees; also a number of black walnut, pecan, almond, flg, apricot plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas, etc.; two or three acres of alfalfa, fifty acres vacant arable land, ami THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY WATERED. Attached to the residence is a spacious bath-room, supplying hot, col i and shower baths. There is also a BILLIARD ROOM, table and appurtenances. The farm in most eligibly situated in the FRUIT BELT ofthe San Gabriel Mission Valley Ahout eight miles east of Los Angeles city, und nenr the Railroad Station of Sau uabriel Mission. If uot leased, I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE PROPERTY On advantageous terms, to-wit: One third cash, the balance in one, two, three and Inur years, at 10 percent. Interest per annum interest, payable semi-annually. K.J. C. KEWEN, Nos. 104 11 Strelltx Building, Spring st. S. F. Bulletin aud Chronicle copy. uiiltf CITY GARDENS. These popular and well appointed PICISIC: GROUNDS Will he opened for the hum OI£T STH, 9 by tbe MAT FEST ol the Turnverein Ger laanla, which will be one of the most en- Jo.table picnics of the season. Every precaution will be taken to prevent doubtful characters from entering the Oardens. LUNCH will te servM on Ihe Grounds, myltf J. K. EBEKLE A BRO. HOTELS. United States Hotel, HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's. Cor. Main and Requena Sts. This hotel takes lv an entire block, frouilm; 320 feet on Requena street, 100 ou Main iiiul 65 feet on Los Angeles street. THK itooiMW Are airy, untl nil contain Spring Beds, Willi the latest Improvements. W 11IC 'IWIJI.IC Is supplied with tlie belt tlie market affords. EIATHII MODKRATK. A Free Omnibus Is attached to the ho tel, and baggage is conveyed gratis lo and from the depot. Tho Untied suues Hotel Is centrally located, opposite the Court House, uud Is near tue Postoffice and Land office. Call and see us. You will receive good treatment. HENRY HAWMEL. A. H. DENKER. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, LOS ANGELES, CAL., S. W. CRAIGUE & CO.. Proprietors. The St. Charles Is located lv the busi ness centre ofthe city, and la the largest, most elegant and completely organized Hotel In .Southern Calilornia Free coach to the house. J. A. GORDON, Manager. swWesieru Union Telograph In Hctel office. Jylltf MOJAVE HOTEI, Mojavo .Junction, Cal. 'pHIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED dmfk X to receive Its numerous patronsJOL aud the traveling public in general. B7 lug entirely new aud splendidly tur ulsbed, 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 and cigars. An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also attached to the house. Alt trains stop here for breakfast an.l supper, it Is the point of departure for tbe celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.— Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and l'au amlut. The office of the LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is at this hotel, The patronage of c truvelingpubllc Is respectfully solicited. MATTHEWS & BOYD, fe2l-tf Proprietors. THE Commercial Restaurant DOWNEY BLOCK, Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes, 19 THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. V. DOL, Proprietor. NOW OPEN. SIERRA MADRE VILLA, A Private ll>tel on the mesa or table lands of tiie Sierra Madre Mountains. Climate unsurpassed lor Summer or Winter residence. Commands a charming view of Vallej and mountain, overlooking the San Ga briel orange groves; is four miles irom railroad and telegraph station; house en tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains all modern couvenlences. A School for children on the pjemlses. For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O. Box 1141, Los Angeles. ANAHEIM HOTEL, Cor. or CENTEIt & LEMOX Sts. eVROOMS largo, sunny and a ry.-tn TABLE supplied with all tho luxurl.s the market affords, tri REE COACH to the Hotel. aplStf E. DUNHAM,Proprietor. GIL. JONEdI, FAMILY GROCERY, NO. 41 SPRINC ST. A full assortment of tlrst-class Family Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Bacon, Hams, Lard, e!c, kept ou hand AT REASONABLE PRICES. feSOtl KWONU KING & CO., 37 SPRINGI *4 TR XC XT, CHINESE STORE. Chinese and Japanese Goods and Toys. FUESH TEAS,cheapest and best In ihe town. CIGARS of the best brands. Ser vants and hands of all kinds furnisbed. up! tf P. CABENAVE. J. ROQUE. P. CASENAVE «St Co., LOS ANCELES COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. Corner of Seventh and Olive Sts. ear GREEN, ROASTED, WHOLE and GROUND COFFEE, and all kinds of SPICES. myl-tf MISCELLANEOUS. MERCHANT TAILOR. J. STRELITZ, Fashionble Merchant Tailor, No. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street, Los Angeles. He has tlie LARGEST, FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern ' C.ll'ornia. His old customers and the ' public will And it the place to get BEST STYLES and FITTING obtainable. NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOEBKINB, DIAGONALS, FANCY CASSIMERES, VELVET & SILK VELVETING, Constantly on hand. Refers totho prin cipal gentlemen of the city, lor whom he has made clothing. ear-No necessity to send to San Fran cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' 1 HAMi Of Loa Augeles. CAPITAL 600,000 OO LSAIAS W, HELLMAN President I 'as Ii 1 hi BOARD OF DIRECTORS, is AIAS W. HtLLHAN, EnniHK Mbybr, O. W. Childs, L. C. Goodwin, CUARLSS DUCOBTXCN, JOSE MaSCAKEI,, John s. Griffin, C. E. Thoh, Frank Lkcodvbecr. Exchange for sale on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN anil HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Buy and Hell LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will alsonay the highest prtoe for Oold and Silver Bullion. From and after this date, on alt moneys led as Term Deposits, interest will be al lowed. Commercial Bank Of l.os Angeles. Authorized Capital - 300,000 M.S. PATRICK President E. P. SPENCE - CubtiT DI RECTO RH. M. S. Patkicb*, 8. H. Mott, A. A. Wilcox, H. Mabury. M. \VOODWOHTir, J. L.ANKEKSHIM, O. S. Withrrhy, Jno. G. Caphon, J. E. HOLLENBECK, Tills Baulc is prepared to receive de posits on open account, Issue Certificates of DapuHlt, and transact a general Bank ing Lu-luess. Collection* umdeand proceeds remitted ut current rates of exchange. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK! MAIN STREET, Los Angeles Cal Capita! Stock (paid vp 1 , 300,000 J. S. HTjAUSON President R. s. HAKKU Vloe-l'nsideiii J . Ms KisLIUTT Cashier DIRKCrORS. J. 8. Si.aumov, P. Beauphy, V. A. Hoovku, Robert s. I'.akrr, J. Bixby, Geo. W. Prescott A. VV, P.oWMAN. Receive Savines Bank <l-'posits. Huy and s'.*ll aJaObangs an Han Kranclsco. New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort, Buy exchange on all parts of the United States :t.i'i Europe. Receive money on open account and Cer tificate of Deposit, and do a general bankingand exchange business. TtVI. GRIFFITH & N)T Lumber Dealers. CORNER OF Alameda and First Streets ÜBALKItS IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES —A T — Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s LUMBER YARDS — AND — PLANING MILLS, IVn. in iommerfllal etreet, near Knllroad nesHit. mrto-tf— J. G. JACKSON lLiiiiiil>e3i» Dealer Corner Alameda and First Streets. DKAJ.Mt IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BUNDS, I>OSTS, SHINGLES, LATHst, SHAKES, PLASTER OF PARIS, CEMENT AND HAIR. Anffvlf .M MorpKlM Mbit .laoluHlr llfll I I WM .pw-iily .-un.l. r.itaM>> nupubllcUv. aaSA*tM NO. 133 SOCIETY NOTICES. Mason IcN otic*. M »•«» Annele. l odge J5a.49. IV * A. M—The >t.led meetlßttl << %r Jr 1,1 this Lodge are held on IM /V-fA first.MONDAY ofeach moali ef ' x 7:30 p. m. Members of PenUttM pha, No. 202, and .11 MasterHtuatS i good standing are cordially Invites. Byorderoftbe W:- J!: -, Chas. Smith. Secretary. : Lis Angeles Chapter No. 33, R:. J ■ :• Staled convocations enk f J MONDAY of each tneUK \/"y- l 7; » F - at Maeonle ZuL SUI \sil Sojourning oomp.nlon.lii K7V A il s"ood standing cordially la. vlted. By order of S. C. FOY, H. F I 1 Sau. Praoxr, ■ » Secretary. Los Angeles Coanell No. It, Rortl ami' Select Masters, F. A A. At., Holds Its stated assemblies on tbe eta Monday of each month at Maaonle Hall. at7;SO p. m Sojourning Companions la i , good standing ar. fraternally Invited te attend. By order of the Th - . llr. ; K. O. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Cmur De Lion Commander, No. Z*** 9, n\. t;. Holds its stated conclave, at the An* lain In M;.sniiic Hall, on the TBJHH I'll URSDAY oi each mouth, at7>4 o'cleei p. m. Sojourning Knight. Templar ia good standing are cordlully invited to aar> tend. By order of the At". O". ; ' J. O. LiTTi,«riEi.D, Recorder. « I. O. O. F~. ' "fMari AuKellt* Lodge Mo. m. jm**WjL\ '■ " " P.-Regular meeting* I th, s Lodge are held svef» -MONDAY evening at aTo'eliS i at Odd Fol Hall, Downey BleeT. V letting und sojo .rnlug brother. In luce* ' standing are invited to attend. E. A. PREUB9. N. O *REn. W. Wood, Kec. tec. Lv» Auicrle. Lodge jto. US, I. O. O.r. s-Mi I Regular meeting held ea IOBb WKWi ESDAY EVENING Vl •-MBMFeaeli a-eck at 7J.J o'clock. So- . lournlng brethren in rood I standing are cordially Invited. . _ J. W. BARD, N. a. A. Frank, R. 8. Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31.1 0 0. F. I ~J%vn- REGULAR MKKTINOS hele ! ÜB7'3Mb\''" llle second uid Fourth of each monthl. , 7K p. M. Sojourning Patrl arolis In good Guiding are cordially lnvt- 1 ted to attend. „ c c. urs, c. p. B. M arisen, Scribe. § Knights of Pythias. OLIVE LODGE, No. a«, meets every Thursaayevenlll£lt , 7 o'clock, ut tbe Cattle -gift, Downey Block. Ml sojourning Knlgbte 8 in good standing are cordially Invited. I. A. DUNSMOOR.C. O. C E. Mir.ES.K. of K. H. Confidence Engine Company No. 2. -v REGULAR MEETINGS Ol jWE l this Company will take nlaoe y-iSfeS. on the first Wednesday <ye- >ii"X of earb month, at I o'clock. By order, II W. S. MOORE, BeorctniT. SIR ABTLEY COOPER'S VITAL RESTORATIVE I The great English remedy for Nervona Debility, Spermatorrhea and I remalure Decline of Physical Force. The Vital Restorative Will positively cure, thoroughly and permanently, any cesoof EXHATJSTKS VITALITY or Nervou. Debility, either acute or of long standing, and In either sex, no matter from what cause pro duced. The Vital Restorative Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, la not a quack nostrum, hence perreotly safe to take; is pleasant to the ta*le. supplies to the cerebro-splnal and sym pathetic system of nerves new force. Purifies and Enriches The blood, rejuvenating and retnvlgorat- Ingboth mind and body. Thou.ande, both in this country and in Europe, can testify to tho great restorative properties of this really great medicine. Price, 1.1 per bottle, or four time, tha quantity lor JlO. Sent to auy address se cure irom observation. Address all letters to A. E. MINTIE, M. D., i< iraduate of the University of Pennsyl vania aud late Resident Surgeon to the orthopaedic Hospital of Philadel phia,) No. 722 Montgomery St., San Franoleoo. Sole Agent. P. S.-DR. ftINTIK can be consulted in reference to the above complaint, dur ing office hours from 8 a. m. to I r. M. dally, and from 6 to g In the evening. Sundays, 10 A. H. to IP. M. Consultation FREE. Thorough examination aud ad vice. $5. Full direction, and advice laanjji wllh every package of medicine, lylffP^ll The Steams Ranchos, AU'KKD KOIII \. 1 rnstve, ■Hi market Nt., Nun I run. t.ro, Cal; Sit" I i W \i \ ACRES OF LAND FOB OW)VUU sale, In lot. to suit, cult able for the culture of Oranges, Leaeens, Llmes,Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaohee, Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley. Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit able for Dairying. Good water Is abundant at an average depth of six feet from tbe surface. Onal* most every acre of this lanu FLOWINO ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and the more elevated portions can be Irri gated by the water or the Santa Ana river. Mostol these lands are naturally mol.t. requiring only good cultivation to produot crops. TERMB—One-fourth Cash; balance In one, two aud three years, with lo per cent interest. 1 win take pleasure In.bowing these lands to parties seeking land, who are Invited to come and see thl. extensive tract before purchasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN , Agent. Anaheim, Lo. Angeles county, Deo. 34, 1 87 Carriage Manufactory, Nos. 14ft and 115 Main Street, Lo. Angeles. L. LICHTENBERGER Having resumed the business of carriage m;i|. in- iv el Its brunches, is j r.p.red to All orders iv Ihet line. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES it WAGONS Of eve y description constantly en baast ami ma I* to order. With flrtt-olnee w*ista men of twenty years'experltne* la ta« trade of tbie section of tiiestate an* ur ine noho other than the best of watorf hlh. tlie public are asvurrd of thoroutfe at lowest poTsidl* rater. T»a patronage of his former cuklomeia U ix 4 : a pert fully "QuIoK Salop mid Simalt rroAU.** "ANlmbli KixiKM.ce is bctUr I ban a slow Shilling " " . mi*" I.IOHTENBEE#I*r. .