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VOL. IX.
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1 hIiIImIkmI evei y morning pxept Mon
day,
JOSEPH 13. LYNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
t* r annum, by mail or express 810
4 x months " " 8
Tv-ec months " " 8
O -live-red by carriers, per week 86 cents
'J3 ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
■* published every Satnrdav morn ins.
TKtlMfl.
' • *« year, by mall or express .one copy. •83 (X
•IS months, " 14 " '* ...1 «£
hrwe ■• i « «• " " ...I ot
HiivertieeTOtttit* Inserted at reasonable
.til KtudH of Jab-Work ttono to
C'linpete uiih Mum Fraudse© tn
4'rlce,iltrl<s ami Elogauoo of Work*
man slil i>.
LAWYERS.
JOHN C. MORGAN,
ATTORNEY AT P. AW,
inlTif SANTA MONICA.
V.B. HOWARD. P. H. HOWAKD.
J. BROS-EAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
» TTORNEYB AND COUNSELLORS
iV at LAW. Rooms,M, Kl and 68 Tern
ic ltlock, third door, I.OS Angeles,
febg tf
HENRY T. HAZARD,
t\ ITOU IN EY AT JL. V W
(COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, G. A.
/ Uobluson, Manager.
OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
mock. lottl.tf
S. C. HUBBELX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
Dueomuiui 8 Blook, corner Main .t
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-tf
A. Or.ASSBLI., O. 11. SMITH
A. II.; II A!'*! '.N, li. tl. SWITIt
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
AT LAW
OKPICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stairs,
Vngsles, California. oc2-tf-K
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTOUNIC V AT LAW.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, 1 os
Ange es. m2-lm
XV. 11. ILRussell, ~
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELr-
LOR AT LAW.
CS*Rnoms 2 and 3, Allen's Building,
corner of Spring and Temple Sts, nldif
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Kirkpatrick.
Office and Kcsmence-No. 15FRANKLIN
STREET. fe2B-lin
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
I'liywlolan unci 6**n-jjeoii
llosldence, Port Hill, I Office, No. II) Dow -
liuena Vista street. I neyßlock,upstair*.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
ROOMS 9 & 11, LANFRANCO BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avenue, Enst
Los Angeles, near ttie end ol street rail
way.
Oltice hours from lil to 12 a. k, ; from 1 lo
lr.». ap2U tf
Dr. N. S. Ciberson,
Pliysicitiii nud Siirjjcon
Office aud Residence—i;U SPUING ST.,
below Turnvereln Hall, Los Angeles.
apl9-tf
~dbT l 7 mc¥ui«e,
IMiy sicifxii un<l k% nr^oou
OFFICE—Rooms No. Ii and 7, LanfYun
-10 Block, Main strf-et. Residence—-04.
M ul n street, Los Angeles, Cul.
Office Hours—Faom 9 to 12 a. m. ami 2 to
S and 7 to 9 p. ix. B>pl2U
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to No. S2 MAIN
STREET, over Liotter &. liradley's Furni
ture store.
Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 to (J and 8
to 9. Residence—Buena Vista street.
myltf
J. ttechtinger, M. I).,
(OF VIENNA,)
SHYHICT YN TO THE ITALI AN IN
<lepeudent and French M. B, sncie
. Gcullstof the French Hospital in
San Franoisoo. All chronic obstinate
cases and operations on the eyes attend
ed to,
OFFICE —No, 704 Sacramento street,
onrnerof Kearuy. Residence— SE. cor
ner Mason and Pacific streets, San Fran
cisco. oc3 ly
Or. Chin Quong Kin,
CHINESE DOCT 15, .
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
cadia streets.
AQtrOures all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to v a. m. und from
2 to 5 anil 7 to 9 P. M. ap3utt'
HUGHES'
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIQNORET'S BUILDINO, Opposite
Merced Theater.
H. HUGHES, iv rolumlng thanks to
the public for tlieir liberal patronage,
can with confidence recommend his
As the great PURIFIER end EQUAL
IZER of the hunmn body, enabling thn
system to thtaw ofT its Impurities and
frying to the lungs one-sixth more Inspi
ration of air than can beontalnei by
breathing, hy opontng tlie pores of the
skin and giving full play to the Insensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical
health.
ow\ female constantly on hand to
wait on ladies.
Open from 8 a. v. to 7 p. m. s2Btf
Evergreen Laundry,
SHING
Called for and delivered to any pit!
of the city, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can be left at tho book store of
Mr. Sam Hellman, Spring St. ol3tf
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
l'»»»nicera Uuluv No
Mojavb, May 18.—Mrs W 8 M
Wright, A W Pools, Mr T M Cun
ningham, F 1* Forster, L God
chaux, Geo Brooks, F A Field, H
Stuart, Daniel Edwards, A Leary,
John Fiunigan, chas Farrelly.
miner.' Bteera.
VIRGINIA, Nev., May 17.—The
water in tlie Hale & Norcross mine
is again behaving strangely. It
rises and falls every two or tim c
hours like a tide without any ap-
I parent cause. Before the 2,000-foot
j level was drained, the water acted
[in tlie same maimer, but once that
level was passed, it didn't indulge
!in any unusual freak until about
■ eight or ten days ago. About ten
j o'clock this morning the water in
tlie Savage mine stood about eight
feet below tbe 2100-foot level, and
was being held at about that point
while two balla-t bobs ara being
i put in place. When these are in, a
plunger pump will be put in.
About fifty feet below tbe 2100-foot
level tlie water in Julia emits such
a powerful stench tbat the miners
and others can witli difficulty
work out their shift either In the
mine or works. Tho prospects of
big developments ara the talk on
the streets, aud people, as a rule,
seem to have euuhdence in the In
dications.
Iu4llm» AKfl.t C'OitlirillC.l.
Washington, May 18 —Tlie Sen
ate has confirmed L. 11. Cum
inings, of New Jersey, as Indian
Agent of San Carlos agency, Ari
zona.
An A<ltlr**M ul' tlie K«l>tiullrii:i (1.. U.
ffreaftlOMAl Cmmitiee.
Washington, May 18.—The lie
publican Congressional Committee
has issued the following address:
To ihc Voters of the United States:
The Democratic House of Repre-
Bentatives has to-day, by a party
vote, adopted a resolutiou which,
under pretense of an investigation,
seeks to lay the foundation for the
revolutionary expulsion of the
President from his oilice. This is
tbe culmination of a plot which
has been on foot from the day that
Hayes and Wheeler were constitu
tionally declared elected. It made
its tirst appearance in a resolution
of the last Democratic House, de
claring thatTilden and Hendricks
were elected. Tllden and Hend
ricks subsequently made a similar
public declaration themselves. A
lew timid members have long held
back, and some of them, after being
coerced to the final vote, still pre
tend that they will halt as soon
us their partial ami one
sided Investigation shall be ended.
Iv other words, tbey intend, after
beating suborned evidence, to
bring in a verdict that Hayes is a
usurper, and that he shall not re
main in offlee. These men have
no control of (he Democratic party.
Tbey dared not even lollow Alexan
der H. Stephens in a movement
against a caucus dictation to tlie
extent of showing some semblance
of fair play. They will be impo
tent in the future as they have
been in tlie past. Moreover, it is
difficult to believe In theirsincerlty
iv view of tlio public avowal to
tbeir parly that its purpose is, if
possible, to displace the President.
It is a matter of history that the
resolution just adopted was framed
for this express object. Tbe Speak
er of tbe House was consulted in
advance us to whether ho would
rule that It was a privileged ques
tion. Tlie party managers are anx
ious to conceal their purpose, If
possible. Iv this they were de
feated by tlie Speaker who would
not rule It a question of privilege
unless it cleaily assailed tho title of
the President. Tlie resolutions
being ottered he read carefully pre
pared opinions deciding it to
be a question of tlie highest
piivilege because it involved
the question of tlie validity
of Hayes's title. Here are his
words: "A higher privilege than
the one hero involved and broadly
and directly presented as to the
rightful occupancy of the Chief
Executive chair of the Govern
ment anil the connection of high
Government oflloials with frauds
alleged, tlie Chair is unable to con
ceive. Tlio Chair finds enumerated
among the questions of privileges
set down in tho manual
the following: Flection of
President. Tlio Chair there
fore rules that the preamble
and resolution embrace questions
of privilege of tlie highest charac
ter, anil recognizes the right of the
gentleman from New York to oiler
the same." Upon this the Repub
licans commenced to struggle
against the revolutionary scheme,
which, after live days' duration,
terminated in tlie success
of tlie conspirators. The Re
publicans offered to favor the
fullest Investigation into all the al
leged frauds, by whichever party
charged to have been committed
but the Democracy pursued its
course shamelessly and relentlessly
and stilled all Inquiry iuto attempts
at bribery in Oregon, South Caro
lina and Louisiana and of mur
der and violence in several of the
States. Neither amendment
nor debate was allowed. The
inexorable previous question was
applied and enforced. The scheme,
if pursued—and it is now fully in
augurated—can only have the ef
fect of further paralyzing busiuess
of all kinds, preventing the resto
ration of confidence, which seemed
promising; casting a gloom over
every household and bringing our
nation into reproach before tbe
civilized world. Tlie peace of the
country is tlio first consideration of
patriots. This new effort of the
Democracy to inaugurate anarchy
and Mexicanize our Government,
by throwing doubts upon the legit
imacy of the title of the President
Is iv keeping witli the record of
the party, one wing of which rebell
ed against the Government, while
the Oilier wing gave them aid and
comfort. We call, therefore, upon
all who opposed the rebellion of
1861, without distinction of party,
to rally agaiu to the support ot
law, order and stable government;
to overwhelm with defeat the
reckless agitators who, to gain po
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 19. LB7B
litical power, would* add to the
present distresses of the country by
shaking tbe foundation of tlie Gov
ernment which they failed, in a
four years' war, to destroy.
By unanimous order of the Com
mittee.
tSigned) Eugene Hai.e,
Chairman.
GEO. C. Goiuiam, Secretary.
Tlie Illlicriilmi*.
Boston, May 18.—The National
Convention of Hibernians, without
a dissenting vote, adopted the fol
lowing resolutions:
Whekeal, We, tho representa
tives of the Ancient Order of Hi
bernians of tho United States of
America, iv convention assembled,
are unanimously agreed that there
is nothing in letter or spirit of the
law of our organization that con
flicts with tho decrees of the Coun
cil of Baltimore or the doctrines of
the Roman Catholic Church, but
being desirous of complying with
the laws of the Church, therefore,
Resolved, That, if there is any
thing in tlie Order at present in op
position to the doctrines of tlie
Church, we are willing to rectify it,
but until tliat decision is enunciat
ed we deem any attack upon the
principles and objects of the Order
an unwarranted use of tho organi
zation whose ODly objects are
Christian charity and unity, and
mutual benevolence.
IniuraKll » J ilu|rjrrl.lit C'-ihiVi-
enve.
Paris, May 18.—The Interna
tional Copyright Conference will
sit from the llth to the 22d of June.
Victor Hugo will pieside.
Eir| RllhSi II uut Ilea,l.
London, May 18....Earl Russell
is not dead. The report of his death
was published and everywhere be
lieved yesterday afternoon, but a
telegram from Richmond last
night stated that the Earl was
much better.
■■lilln<lol|>liln W0..1 Market
Philadelphia, May 18.—Wool
is active but prices are very weak
and unchanged.
'rue ciiurter Onk Hall Ciiiivumioti.
San Fkancisco, May 18—At
Charter Oak Hall last evening the
Kearneyites appointed Kearney
President of the Executive Com
mittee; Wellock, Vice-President;
11. M. Moore, Secretary; Thomas
Donnelly, Treasurer. Wellock was
also appointed Stato Lecturer and
General Organizer. Harry George
appeared before tlie Convention
and urged his claims to uomiDatiou
3S a delegate to tlie Slate Conven
tion. He refused, however, to en
dorse Kearney orjany party, which
was not received in good part
by the Convention, and uo action
was taken in his case. The Com
mittee on Platform was appointed
a Committee on Constitution as fol
lows: O. T. Botts and George
Thorn, of Alameda and L. J. Mor
row of San Joaquin. The Commit
tee for the Constitutional Con
vention from the Second Congres
sional District: O. T. Chubb, Isaac
Bricknell, D. A. Dryden, B. PU.
klngton and James F. Breen. An
obligation pledging candidates to
sustain tlie principles of tho party
and to resign when requested was
adopted. Adjourned until 9 a. k,
to-morrow.
Tlie Autl.lLei.ruey coiivmillu.i.
San Fkancisco, May 18 —At
last evening's session of tlie Work
ingmeu's Convention at Tittel's
Hull the report of the Committee
on address to the people was adopt
ed. It was moved that the Con
vention re-assemble on the first
Monday in June to make nomina
tions for the Constitutional Con
vention. After discussion this
question was left for consideration
iv executive session. The Consti
tution formed by the State Conven
tion in Humboldt Hall last Janu
ary was adopted with a few minor
amendments. A resolutiou was
adopted that none but citizens of
the United States will be admitted
to membership in the party. Tbe
Convention then went into con
sideration of the organization of
the party.
The Sonoma delegation havo
nominated George Pieroo as dele
gate at large for tho Third Con
gressional District.
A motion that when the Conven
tion adjourn it adjourn till tho
first Monday in June, at 7J P. M.,
was adopted.
A motion that oiutitry members
unable to attend the next session
of the Convention be authorized to
send iv tbeir proxies with Instruc
tions, was adopted.
The Secretary wis instructed to
correspond with Secretaries of Dis
trict Conventions and ask them
that if full delegations can not at
tend the session of the State Con
vention to send committees to rep
resent their districts.
A resolutiou was adopted expell
ing Dennis Kearuey from the ranks
of the party.
The following were elected to till
vacancies In the Sate Central Com
mittee, caused by the withdrawal
of Kearney, Wellock, Moore and
Johnson, viz: Gans, Moore, Logan
and Guignurd.
Adjourned to meet iv executive
session to-morrow evening.
ici-*sitr..i,i<i,i nepntlo* Interdicted.
London, May 18.—Russian mili
tary authorities have forbidden the
Bessarabian Deputies iv tbe Rou
manian Parliament to attend any
more sittings of that assembly.
Dawney Items.
[ From tUo Cuurior. |
Southern Pacific College.—
Our College at last has a name.
Some embarrassment lias beeu oc
casioned by referring to an insti
tution which was not nsnied. The
above name has been selected as
being the most appropriate.
Our exports the present week
have consisted of 3,265 sacks of corn,
weighing 389,616 pounds, aud 7,691
pounds merchandise. No other
station in the county makes such
heavy shipments of the products of
tbe country in its immediate vicin
ity.
The rallrcaJ i om; any have a de
pot building in Los Augele9, lying
idle aud useless there, while there
is tlie greatest necessity fora larger
freight depot here. Why not put
the Santa Monica depot on cars and
run it down here, where it would
be of some use?
A kiln of about 120,000 bricks has
just been burned at the new yard,
near Fulton's sulphur wells. Tbey
bear the appearance of being very
durable. Mr. J. Mitrovitch will
commence hauling to day to con
struct bis brick building on Craw
ford and Second streets.
Los Nietos Institute will close on
Wednesday next for the term. It
will re open the first Wednesday in
August. Next Tuesday evening
the pupils are to have a musical
entertainment, and ou Wednesday
evening a grand concert will be
given, the proceeds to be devoted
to furnishing the Methodist church.
Some specimens of coal, taken
from newly discovered claims, a
short distauco from here, have
been sent to Los Angeles to be test
ed. '1 be mine we spoke about some
time since has been ascertained to
be located ou a Spanish grant, and
the discoverers are uot very hope
ful of being able to do anything
with It.
The Commencement exercises of
tlie Southern Pacific College will be
Thursday, May 23, commencing at
10J o'clock. An interesting pro
gramme is prepared, consisting of
orations, recitations and delama
tions, torether with choice selec
tions of music, vocal, instrumen
tal, band aud violin. Patrons and
public iuvited.
A gypsum deposit has beeu dis
covered about ten miles from here,
and Mr. Bryd brought In a wagon
load a day or two since, and it will
be tested on somo of our alkali
lands. Dr. Wolfe has a mill for
grinding the gypsum. Mr. Sesler,
of this place, imported a quantity
of gypsum from San Francisco, a
short time siuce, for use on bis
lauds, aud we understand the ex
perlmeut has been highly sat
isfactory.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Lots for Sale!
—ON THE
INSTALLMENT PLAN
OK
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
Offers the best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any that has ever been of
fered for sale to the public.
THE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL,
Only sutttcieiity inclined for good drainage
THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT,
And ol such character that it never cakes
and is neither muddy In Winter nor dusty
in Hummer.
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER RUN
NINO THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
I« completed and running through the en
tire laud nnd 1 now operated successfully
through Park 100 feet wide, o en
Ing into thu Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT OK TIIE LOS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
This Is really the West End ot our beau
tiful city, with Ihe benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE Ot'EAN,
un con Laminated hy gas or sewer eilluvla.
A glance at the elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now o.ected and
in course of erection must satisfy any per*
Jon do-sh lng a home that this Is the ulace
TilE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At the office of the Farmers' A M
chants' Bank.
Also, at the office of the Main Stre
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W. GUILDS uud JOHN G. DOWNEY
will give special attention to those seek
ing information, seotlßtt
TKMPLK BLOCK..
Hub Just reselved from Eastern manufac
turers a variety of Decorating Vines and
Hpraya, Parlor Kaleidoscopes, aud a full
line of Win lo and Walnut Splints, Chess
Boards and Men. myStl
•CC in ©77 A WEEK to agenta, $10
ABB IU 911 PEEK P. (1
VIOKERY, Augusta Maine. .epfiwlT
BUSINESS CARDS.
Largest Auction House in
the City I
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT. *
Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
&9~ REGULAR SALE on Saturdays
from 9 o'clock a, m. till 4 p.m. Special
Sales made at any time.
HORBES. WAGONS, and all kinds of
goods bought aud sold.
Reference ( R E. Hyde, Pres R'k Vital!*
by permi.s'n i L . F. Spenee.Cash Com B'k
JalCtf H. R. BROWN. Auctioneer.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
lE. W. ITOTES
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention paid to Real
Estate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners ami do my own
work, 1 intpnd to make my charges less
than those of anybody else in the busi
ness, charging on real estatu two per
cent, for the first $1000 and one percent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will huy FURNITURE. HORSES,
WAGONS aud all kinds of property, and
pay CUh.
N. B.—Saturday's commence at 10
A. m . and close at 1 p, >:.
E. W. NOYES,
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California.
nv2l
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
NEW PLACE.
ALFRED MOORE,
(from St. Paul, Minnesota,) is now to be
found at
29 Spring street,
Next the Dollar Store. Mend along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horse*, Bug
gies, Wagons and other merchandise you
may bays to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday morning at II o'clock precise
ly. Real Estate sales also attended to.
n2O-6m
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms 13 and 14. McDonald Block,
Main St., LOB ANGELES,CaI.
seplfitf
John E. Jackson.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. slBlf
W. If. J. BItOOKS. UEORGE J. CLARKE.
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
Mr ALLEN'S BUIDINO, corner Spring
aud Temple streets.
J. A. Carev. Thos. A. Pagan.
DOWNEY CITY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Ranches. Homes, Lots and Other Prop
erly Bought and Sold on Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. FAGAN is also an Attorney-at-Law.
mrlOif
TO LEASE.
"ElMolinoFarm."
For business and educational reasons,
desiring to remove iuto Lo.i Augeles, I
will lease
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and out-buildings
horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc., for the term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 201 acres, on which
are 40,000 grape vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 600 lemon
and lime trees; also a numhe.* of black
waluut, pecan, almond, fig, apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; two or three acres of alfalfa, tlfty
acres vacant arable- laud, and
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 RILLIARO
ROOM, table und appurtenances.
The farm is most eligibly situated in
the FRUIT BELT of the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Ix»s Angelos
city, and near the Railroad Statiou of
Sau Oabrlel Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
PROPERTY
Ou advantageous terms, to-wit: One
third cash, the balance In one, two, three
and lour years, at 10 percent. Interest per
annum interest, payable semi-annually.
E.J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10 A 11 Strelltn Building, Spring St.
H. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o'lUi
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a meeting of tlie stockholders of the
Los Angeles and Allso Avenue Slreet
Railroad Company will be held on
TUESDAY, the 4th DAY of JUNE,
A. D* 1878, at 3 o'clock f, m. at Perry,
Woodworth & Co.'s office, (up stairs)
Commercial street, in t he city of Loa An
geles, California, for tbo purpose of elect
ing a Board of Dlroc'ors of said Company
and transacting other important busi
ness.
All stock Iml Jem are notified to attend.
By order of
WM. n. WORKMAN,
President.
J. W. GILLETTE. Secretary.
Los Angeles, May Bth, 1878. mB-2w
HOTELS.
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER. Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
This hold takes In an entire block,
fronting 320 feet on Requena street, 160 on
Main and 05 feet on Los Angeles street.
T HK ROOMS
Are airy, an(4 all contain Spring Bods,
with the latest improvements.
the: tablm
Is supplied with the best the market
affords.
IlATia* M.OI3ICIIA.TK.
A Free Omnibus Ul aitached to the ho
tel, and baggage is conveyed grati3 to
and from the depot.
The United States Hotel Is centrally
located, opposite the Court House, aud Is
near tne Postofflce and Land offlee.
Call aud see us. You will receive good
treatment. HENHY HAMMEL.
A. H. DENKER.
ST, CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIGUE & CO..
Proprietors.
Tho at. Charles la 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 houso.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
«a*"Western Union Telegraph in Hctel
office. Jylltf
MOJAVE HOTEI,
Mojavr .Junction, Cul.
npHIS HOUSE IS NOW PKPARED ffes4
X to receive its numerous patronsJfc-jM.
and the traveling public In general. Ha
ing entirely new and splendidly fur*
Dished, it affords superior a<'jommoda
tions.
ITS TABLE I)' HOTS
Is second to none In Southern California
THE BAH is supplied with the choicest
brands of wives, liquors and olgars.
Au elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an 1
supper, it is the potntof departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
am int. Theofficeof the
LONE PINK STAGE CO.
Is at thla hotel, The patronage of 6
traveling public If* respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWh & BOYD,
fL'2l-lf Proprietors.
THE
Commercial Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK.
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
fS THE ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on tie mesa or table
lands of the. Sierra Madro Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the Han Ga
briel orange groves; is four miles from
railroad and telegraph Btation; house en
tirely now, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A School forohlldren on the pjemlsea.
For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles.
ANAHEIM HOTEL.
Cor. 0* CENTER & LEMON SOT.
W"R:oMS large, sunny and nlry.-*»
TABLE supplied with all tho luxuries
the market affords.
•a-FKEK COACH to the Hotel.
apl3tr E.DUNHAM, Proprietor.
FOR SALE.
RARE CHANCE FOR A
BARGAIN.
70 Acers in the Azusa-Duarte
Water Rights Perfect and
Title Good.
FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR
RAL ON PREMISES.
WFIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS,
five years' growth. Also, variety of Fruit
Trees between the walnuts.
TKUMS MODEItATE. Apply person
ally or by letter to
A. J. HORN,
mr2tf Postmaster at El Monte.
myMro
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANT TAILOIL
J. BTRELITZ,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
"VT"o. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
JS Los Angeles. He has the LARO EST,
Finest and best stocked tailur
ing ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
Call'ornia. His old customers and the
public will find It the place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOESKINS,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CASSIMERES,
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on band. Refers to the prln.
cipal gentlemen of the city, tor whom he
has made clothing.
•VNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf
BANKING HOUSED
FARMERS' 4 MERCHANTS'
BAM Ist
Of Loh Angeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
Cashier
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isaias W. Hki.i.man, Eugenk Meyer,
0. w. Childs, L. C. GoeDwin,
Cuarles Ducomhun, Jose Mascahel,
Johns. Griffin, C. E.TttOst,
Frank Leoocvredr.
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Huy and Moll
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
Prom and after this date, on all moneys
left as Term Deposits, interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Bank
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300.U00
M.S. PATRICK President
E. F. BPENCE OaSbiSl
DIRECTORH,
M. S. Patrick, S. H, Morr,
A. A. Wilcox. H. Mabcry.
M. Woodworth. I. Lankehshih,
0. S. Withkrby, Jno. G. Capron,
J. E. IIOLLENBKCK,
This Bank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open ai count, Issue Certificates
of Depu 'it, and trausact a general Bank
ing Bu.-lues„.
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current rules of exchange.
LOS ANGELES 7 SiSnSS
MAIN STREET,
Loa A Cal
Capital Slock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. BtiAUSON , President
It. m. BAKKU Vice-President
J.M. KI.LIOTT Casliier
DIRECTORS.
J. S. SI.ACSOM, Pa BIAPPKY.
V. A. HOOVKK, KOBRKT H. MaKBB,
J. Bixhy, Geo. W. I'ukmuott
A, W. HoW M AN.
Receive Savings B.uitt deposits.
ltnv and sell exchange on San Franoisco,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and
Frankfort.
liny exchange on all parts or tho United
.States aad Europe.
lloceive money on open accmiut and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
hanking and exchange business.
j. M, GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
healers in
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
LUMBBB YAKDB
—an n —
PLANING MILLS,
Ho. I« commercial street, near
Railroad Depot. mr2o-tr—
J. G. JACKSON
D*9n>l«3r
Corner Alain -ii arc.! First Streets
DICAI.HH II
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PI ASTER OF
PARIS, CEM KNT AND
HAIR.
i ■ oafl A "
' VlaSVVl,ltlltaall,Oli»lu«i
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NO. 146
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Notice.
jh Aiyrele. Joni. So. as. »•
* A. M.-The elated rueetlD k .
jr of tola Lodge are held on the
first MONDAY ofeaeh mout'i at
' ▼ 7:30 r. h. Members of Pemai
pha, No. 202, and til Master Masons In
good standing are corilally Invited.
By orderof the W:-M;.
Chas. Smith, Secretary.
Ljs Angelas Chapter No. 33, R- ■ »-.
t Stated convocations on Su
MONDAY of each month
1% p. m. at Masonle Sail."
Sojourning companions in
good standing cordially in.
vited. By order of
8. C. FOY, H. T
.SAM. PrAOXB,
Secretary.
Uo* Angeles Council No. 11, Royal tm
Soled Misters, F. ft A. M.,
Holds Its stated assemblies on tbo ,1b
Monday ofeaeh month at Masonle Hall
at 7:30 R M Sojourning Companl-ma In
good standing are fraternally Invited to
ttttend. By order of tbe Th \ 111 •.
K. O. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder.
y?K NIGHTS TEMPLAR
Cc6Ur Be Lion Comin » nd «''y "o.
9, K.« T.«
Holds Its stated conclaves at tha As>
ium in M»auuic Hail, on the Th<M
THURSDAY of month,al7S o'okkS
p. m. Sojourning Knights Templar In
good standing are cordially Invited to at
tend. By order of tbe
E*. C.
J. C. Littlefikld, Recorder.
I. O. O. F~. "
Auarellto Lodge Mo. loa,.
ill '■ V; "•■'•-Regular meeu2|.
'"I" Lodge are held every
.nvtrZ MONDAY evening at »o'"oesi
v,y dd Fel "*"' Hall, Downey BIoVa.
Visit ug and sojourning brothers in good
standing are Invlled to attend
_ E. A. PREUS3. JJT. (1.
Prep. W. Wqop, itec. sec.
Lou Anajclea Lodge Ho. 80,1, o. o.»\
Regular meeting held on
*|«|WEI»NEMDAY EVENING Ol
" ,wh »t ty. o'clock. 80
-, ■" lourulng brethren In. good
standing aro cordially invited.
, „ J. W. BARD, N. O
A. Frank, It. r.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31,1 0
0. F.
*'SSalEi&. KE ' ,UI ' AB MEETINGS held
?*f*aSßaS!,' n ""' Second ud Fourth
*^BB»^ TITK!iI,A vs " f each month al
,7 v/ i c - Sojourning Patri
archs In good -landing are cordially lnvl.
ted to attend.
B. MARXBEN. Scribe 0 CLlrB^-'"-
- ot Pythias.
OLIVE LODCE, No. 2«,
meet* every Thursday cv. ulng.at
7 o'clock, at the Castle - Halt.
Downey Block. Ml sojourning Knighla
in good standing aro -ordlally invited.
„ „ „ I- A. DUNSMOOR.C. O.
C E. Mii.ks, K. of K. H.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
«, REGULAR MEETINGS of
Swt\ '»>'» Company will take place
jJjBBk. on Hie tlrst Wednesday eve-
niritf (>( each mouth, at a
o'clock, hy order,
W. H. MOURE. Secretary.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE!
The great English remedy for Nervous
Debility, spermatorrhea and rreinature
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly end
permanently, any case of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or ot long standing, and in either
sex, no matter from what cause pro
duced.
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, Is
uot a quack nostrum, hence perfectly
safe to lake; is pleasant to tbe taste,
supplies to the ccrebro-splnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force.
Purifies and Enriches
The blooj , rejuvenating and reinvlgoret
lng both mind and body, 'thousands,
both lv this country and in Europe, can
testily lo iho great restorative properties
ot tills really great medicine.
Price, J.lper botfle, or four limes the
quantity lor SlO. i"ent io auy address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all lelters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
of tbe University of Penney!
vanla and late Resident Surgeun to tbe
Orthopoadic Hospital of Philadel
phia,;
No. 722 Montgomery St., San Pranclsoo,
Solo Agent.
r. S.-DR. MINTIE can be consulted
in reference to the above complains! dur
-Ins: oilice hours from ft a. m. to 8 p. x.
dully, and from 8 to 8 In the evening.
Sundays, 10 a. H. to Ip. ii. Consulmtlou
PRIiE. Thorough examination and ad
vice, 85. Full directions and advice (ree
with every package of medicine, lylnf
The Steams Ranches,
Al.ritKl> Kiißl.-.Mi.y, trustee,
512 Market St., saa Franelaeo, Cal;
Hi I ( II il' I ACRES OF LAND FOR
O VJf\J\J\J sale, In lot* to suit, ault
able lor the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes,Plgs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley ,
Plax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., ana also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water is abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of thla land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WKI.I.S can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions oan be Irri
gated by the water of the Santa Ana river.
Most of these lands are naturally moist,
requiring only good cultivation to product
crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance la
one, two and three years, with 10 per ceut
Interest.
I will take pleasure In showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
Invited to come and see this extensive
traot before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angeles oouuty, Deo. 24,
I 87
Carriage Manufactory,
' Nos. 143 nnd Hfl Main street, I,os Angeles.
L. LICHTENBERGER
Haviiij resumed Iho business or carriage
making In all Its branches, Is erepaicd
lo mi orders lv that line.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & WAG6NS
Of every description cons'a-tly en kand
und ma I* to erder. With flrst-closi> work
men of twenty jean.' experitnee in tbo
trade of this section of t he State and ■»-.
in- none other than the bent of materi
al*, th« public are assured or theioucli
- ■flllHfarUon at lowest po'slhle j«rm. The
patronage of hia former cub tern ere W rt-
M't-t'tfully Hollotted.
"Q,uloK Snle« nnd $na»tl FroHtS."
' A Ninii.lt- Sixpence ia betler than a
i Slow Shilling "
in nut I.ICHTKNBKIiQBR.

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