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Published eveiy morning except Mon day, BY TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Par annum, by mall or express 810 «tx months " " * Tnree months 11 " 3 UiMvered by carriers,per week. 2o rents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD ["published every Saturday morning. TERMS. i»«eyear,by mail orespress.onc oop) ..5:t;A Six months, " " " 14 ff Hire* •' " " " " ■•' * Vilverlisements Inserted al reasonable r lies. All Kinds ot Job-W»rfc <l«x,e to t'lixnpete witli sun l'rauo>™ In I'rlee.stjlc, mul Elnsrnuee ol Work* inftuvblp. LAWYERS. JOHN C. MORGAN, ATTORMKY AT L.A.VV, nil7;f SANTA MONICA, V.K. HOWARD, r. 11. H0WA11I). J. BROS KAU. (toward, Hrosscau & Howard, VITOItNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. K> mills, 66, n7 and 68 Tcm -1%. Block, third lloor, l.ns Angeles. Urtt-tf "henry t. hazard," \ TTORNEYATLAW /""IOLLTCCTION DEPARTMENT, Q. A. Dohlnson, Manager. OFFICE — R <>ins 8 nnd 9 Downey Rlook. lasl-tl S. C. HUBBELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms :l and I Ducommiin s Block, corner Main A commercial streels, Los A ngetes, inayT-lf V.01.AH8K1.1., U. It. SMITH \. 11. CHAI'MAN, n. M. HMITH GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, AT LAW. OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK UD-atatrß, I'M Angeles, California. oc2-tf— 2 F. P. Ramirez, ATTORNK V AT I. AW. OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, t.oa Angees. ni2-lm W. 11. H. Russell, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL LOR AT LAW. ma-Rooms 2 and 3. Allen's Ballitlng, o irner of Spring and Temple St--. al6:f PHYSICJAN.S. Dr. Kirkpatriek. cmce and Residence-No. lo FRANKf.IN STREET. fe2B-lm Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON, I'liysioinn mill Purproon Ilesldence, Fort Hill, I OlTlce.No. 19Dow- Buena Vista street. I neylllock,upstairs. J. HANNON, M. 1)., COUNTY PHYBICIAN. I*OOMS9A U, LANFRANCO BLOCK. g\ Residence Downey Avenue, Knst Ijos Angeles, near the end of street rail way. Office hours from to to 12 a. m.; from 1 lo 4 P. M. ap2o tf Dr. N. S. Ciberson, r*liyHician sunt .Sm-jjf^oi- Offlceand Residence—l 33 SPUING St., below Turuverein Hull, Los Anyelis apl9-tf J>R. I<, McUUIBE, PliyKicinuuiul Wiii'gjoo*. OFFICE—Rooms No. 0 nnd 7, Lanfuui co Block, Main strtet. Residence— \Mt Main street, Los A ntfcles, Cul. Office Hours— Fjoui t» to 12 a. m. and 2 lo 6 and 7 to 9 p. M. apiz.r Dr. Joseph Kurtz Has removed his office to No. 83 MAIN STREET, over Hotter & Bradley's Furni ture store. Office Hours-Krnm 10 to 12, 4 lo 0 and 8 io 9. Residence—Buena Vista street. myltf J. ttechtingcr, M. !)•, (OF VIENNA,) IJIIYSICIAN TO THH ITALIAN IN dependent and Fronch M. 11. Socle ties. Ocullstof the French Hospital in Him Francisco. All chronic obstinate oases and opyrattons on the eyes attend ed to, OFFICE— No, 701 Sacramento street, corner of Kearny. Residence—SE. cor* ncr Mason and I'acluc streets, Han Fran cisco. oc3 ly Dr. Chin Quong Zin y CHINESi: DOCTOK. OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar cadia streets. lirj'fuicH all kinds of diseases. Office hours from 9 lo 12 a. m. und from 2to 5 and 7 to 9 p. si. ap3olf aif<.iu:s- Russian and Electric Baths* SIGN'OrtKTM nUII.IIINd, opposite Merced Theater. R. UUUIiE*, In returning thanks to the puhlio Tor their liberal patronage, can with confidence recommend bis 18-A-TIEIS An tlie (treat PURIFIER end KQ.UA L> IZKKof the human body, enabling the system to throw off its Impurities and giving to tho lungs one-sixth more Inspi ration, of air than can boootalneJ by breathing, by opening the pore* of tho skin and giving full play to the Insensi ble respiration so necessary to physical health. VTA female constantly on hand to walton ladles. Open from S a. m. to 7 p. m. s23tf Evergreen Laundry. WASHIFG Called for and delivered to any pari of Ibe city, by Reed & Phillips, Adams St. Orders can be left at the book store ot Mr. Sam Hellman, Spring St. ol3tf Daily Los Angeles Herald. Morning Telegrams. i't»«euici'ra Phnwiuie .Homti. Mojave, Mny '2id. —W H iMoulthrop and wife, Mlm M H iMoulthrop, Dr \V \V Rose, J Oil j man, C D Amies, A 0 Kerns, 0 H ' Light, V 11 Birch, L C Uoodwin, A ;It Loomis, A Miller, I) Rutherford and wife Ed MoUinnlss, R Mitch ell, S B Uuiberson und wife, C P Romobona, D MoSeolgin, H F Adams, Flanigan Family Conceit Troupe, Jolin Coming ami parly. Oca eemiou, Han Francisco, May 22.—Pur j miant to the call of the Democratic j Legislative Committee* of the va- I i ions Senatorial Districts, delegates from the 9th, 10th and 12th Dis tricts met last evening to take ac tion Willi reference to making ' nominations; to the Constitutional Convention. Tlie hall opened with a dispute over the respective rights of County Committee! and Legis lative Committees In making nom inations, during which it was di rectly charged that the County Committees were working iv the interest of monopoly. A resolu tion was ottered that (lie Conven tion proceed to nominate 32 dele gates to the Constitutional Con vention for the city and comity and that they go into Com mil ten of tlie Whole to appoint a nomi nating Convention. Referred to a committee of three to report at nevt meeting, a resolution was offered that I lie County Committee have no authority to make nomi nations and that such action on their part would he iv llio nature of usurpation of power und not binding on the party, but that the Legislative Committees are sole disposers of party nominations and that, In deference to the wishes of the people, they deem it inexpedi ent to make parly nominutiom-jbut recommend that the party support the nominees of the non-partisan Convention, provided that such nominations a re good and accept c 1. Referred to the same Committee and adj milled till Thursday even ing. Lx-Mii>i**icr U'liniibiiru lv nttii f a-uu elseo, San Francisco, May 22 —F. 15. Washburn, late Minister to France, arrived by overland train in a special car last evening, and was serenaded at the Palace Hotel. KrnrilO ilt'ii 111 Vt*M I Hl■*. San Francisco, May 22 —Tlie First Congressional District Con vention of Kearney it es met last evening to Humiliate delegates at large to the Constitutional Conven tion. The first thing done was to rescind the action by which a num ber of names were placed in nom inal ion last Saturday. A wrangle then occurred as to the method lo be pur.-ued in making nominations in Which Kearney was voted down by a large majority. A number of names were then placed In nomina tion, Including some who have been known in ilie past as "machine politicians," iho meeting ad journed Without taking final action on nominations. Kearney, during tlie evening, in vaded a meeting of dissatisfied stockholders of the Dty Silver Mining Company and attempted to bull-doze the meeting, with What purpose In view Is hardly evident, lie failed in his attempt,' however, and was ruled out without cere mony. I'lif Anil K<-,»rut> ttllltf I«*ll-> mi All It San Francisco, May 22.—The County and Stutc Central Commit tee wing of tlie VVoikingmeii's parly has issued an address for gen eral circulation. It reoeltes that the Committee have organized the parly on tlie basis of principles expressed iv the platform and Con stitution adopted at Humboldt Hall January last, reaffirmed by the State Convention held last week at 'ClUel's Hall. They propose to let tho Kearney faction severely alone and turn their atten tion towards cementing into oue harmonious Whole all loyal, Intelligent and orderly elements favorable to the Workiugmen's cause throughout the State. They ask the co-operation of all interior organizations, who are requested to send delegates to the State Con vention for the nomination of can didates at large on June 3d. Prox ies will be uooepied at the Con vention, but personal utteiulance is urged when practicable. Ni-tv Collllllieall.iiiM l.i JunOer. San Fkancisco, May 22.—A new complication seems likely to arise in the Alta Justicecmbroglio. The Itotigh und Ready Mining Com pany, by its attorney, is about mak ing up papers to bring two suits, ono for tlie recover} of the amount of damage alleged to have been sustained by lite Hough and Ready Company by the Justice Company working in their ground in follow ing the Woodville ledge, and tlie oilier for the recovery of Jus tice ground. Tlie latter suit will be based on the claim if one Wood, allegml to hold the Jus tice (then Independence} ground by a Sheriff's title, obtained in 1805, the mine being sold by the Sheriff to pay the wages of miners. Sharon, Williams and others sub sequently, as alleged, took forcible possession of tlie ground during Wood's absence iv Virginia, since which his claim has lain dormant, bat will now be revived by his suc cessors, the Rough and Ready com pany. Niiiiiiih lii I'roiiuii-. San Kkancisco, May 22.—News from Samoa is to the effect that tlie British gunboat Sapphire lias seized a .-mail vessel, reprsentiiig the Sauioan navy, In satisfaction of iudeinulty claimed for losses sustained by a British subject at the time of the Steiuberger trou bles. luulctliiir Itlsliiiiii ut Oltlrern. Sacramento, May 22J.—The Qrand Jury to-day presented nine indictments agalust the ex-Record er and Auditor of Sacrumento county, R. C. Lowell. All are for felony, and the charges relate to LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 23 1878 false entries on his fee-book and alleged fraudulent warrants pre seuted to tho County Treasurer. Three indictments were presented ngalnst ex-District Attorney Chap. T. Jones, also, for felony, and these relate to his failure to pay over to tho city delinquent luxes by him collected at the time required by law. Tile money was finally paid, but not until after his books had been Inspected by mi accountant. \ I'o.iftii Ot#v*ii r»ii£«<iy. Portland, Oregon, May 22.— The puiticulars of a fearful tragedy recently enacted at Union, Union county, have just been received. A. T. Woddell,the double murderer, made a matrimonial proposal to Miss K. Gertie years ago, which that lady declined. Subsequently she married Dr. M. Baker, of Un ion county, with whom sb.3 lived several years when he die.l. Wad del again pressed his suit hut was rejected by tlie widow, lie then made a threat that she should never marry any ono else. If she attempted to do so ho swore lio would kill her. Sometime ago the lady married John I*. Sullivan, a very respectable gentleman. Since tbe marriage, Weddel has fre quently indulged in threats against the life of Mrs. Sullivan. lie was considered partially insane and no apprehensions wero felt by the lady or her friends. On the night of the murder Weddel met the hus band and wife returning from a ball. Without giving them any Warning he drew a revolver, anil placing it against Mrs. Sullivan, fired, inflicting v deep wound on (he right side of tlie spine, just below llio shoul der-blade. At tho report of the pistol Mrs. Sullivan fell, and, before Mr. Kullivaii could turn fairly around, he was shot, the ball strik ing him on the left side below the abdomen and ranging from left to right. Sullivan turned upon the murderer ami first strikiug him with bil fist, lie gathered up some stones and chased him half across tlie street before he fell. Soon after the shooting, Sullivan died in great agony, and till wife, Hie physicians say, cannot possibly live. Weddel is a small, insigni ficant looking fellow, übout 45 years of age. lie nave himself up, and is in jail. The most intense excitement prevails over the trag ical event, and it is not improba ble that Weddel will he lynched. A slMivk »f ■ .rUiquulce nt Culi.,ll, Colton, May 23d.—A lively shock of earthquake wnieh rattled doors and windows very perceptibly was f>lt bare at 12:80 title morning. Tlie vibrations were from east to west. I III" l-'i'l, I.» 1. .■ ri-nv North TROY, May 22d.—It is al leged that the Irish Nationalists ure congregating at different points lor an onslaught 011 Montreal, Ot tawa, Quebec and other prominent Canadian towns. It is currently reported that for weeks past arras und ammunition have been brought Into llio provinces where they are now concealed. There are without doubt large numbers of men scattered all along the line. Who aud what they are the next few days will show. 4'i,i.i«lil. IteentfHlzeil. Washington, 221.—The Presi dent has recognized George M. Boweu as Consul for Pel 11 at. Port land, Oregon, and Rudolph Hoch kofter, Consul of Austro Hungary, at San Francisco. 11... 1. f'Hrrli' E ■.>■■£ Wri e1.c.1. New York, May 21.—The bark Carrie K. Long, from Matunzas, is reported wrecked 011 February 11 Mi on her passage from Buenos Ayrc9 to Matanzas, 200 miles off the Brazilian coast. Oue survivor was picked up on a raft in an ex hausted coudition, he having been there ten days. A companion died after being on the raft four dale and was washed overboard aud de- Vjured by sharks. Tbe Mjtluer Hluu Disinter. Halifax, May 22.—The accident at tlie old Sydney mines yesterday morning was caused by the explos ion of gas. Six men have been taken out dead; among thera Qreeuwell, the chief overseer. It is thought that all are now out of the pit. Beepewi iiini>aiei.. Halifax, May 22.—The first lo enter after the explosion were the three brothers Sullivan, who suc ceeded in rescuing 13 of the cutters, who were unconscious for some time, but nil slowly recovered. Sixteen pairs of cutters were at work here. In the south side of the mine a large number of men were at work hut all escaped viii n • jureil. Auoilii-r Raid uu T,-xrt, fre|>:irl»u;. San Antonio, May 22.—News received by General Old to day is to tin- effect that tho Mexicans are preparing for another extensive raid on Texas. A section of the Second Artillery, under Lieut. Crawford, has been ordered to pre pare 200 rounds of ammunition and to be ready to move to tlie front to morrow. It is thought that this raid Is planned by Kscobedo to pro euro horses for the La-rdoists. fUtuOM »■ Illicit Distillery. Washington, May 22.—Infor mation has been received from Nashville that Special Deputy Col lector Davis, with a companion, at tempted to seize an illicit distil lery Saturday in Grundy couuty. They were attacked by seven men. Davis killed one, wouuded one nnd captured one of his assailants, but had to leave the distillery without completing its destructiou. rbllMUelpbln Woul Market. Philadelphia, May 22J.—The wool market is without material change; line fleeces are rather neg lected. Ileuee 1/lii'ne I'rsrs. Washington, May 22d.—Many Northern aud Southern Democrats are receiving earnest letters from their constituents deprecating the reopening of the question of tbe President's title and regretting that any aotion ahoud be taken by them 'calculated to add to tho present financial distriss by repelling public ami private confidence. CttatffraMMluaat. Washington, May 22.—House — Harrison offered, as a question of piiv'iege, a resolution extending tbe Potter investigation lo Oregon and South L'aroliun, and declaring that It is not the intention of the House, through such investigation, to annul or attempt to annul the decision of the Presidential ques tion as made in tho Porty fourth Congress. I'critl'M oh Am»ll.i-r 1.0 4tt -fi.l ■. New York, May 22. —Francisco Peralta began at 4 o'clock this morning at Fleetwood Park his at tempt to ride 305 miles in 16 ron secuilve hours. At noon he had made 175 miles, when he retired from tlie track for a rubbing, resu ming tlie ride at 12:22. Ready r.ir tlie t*i ulttiiM. Noktii TROY, Vt., May 22.—A correspondent of tho Associated Press visited seveial towns on the Canadian border aud finds excite ment prevailing everywhere. The Dominion militia are supplied with arms and ammunition, aud are ready at an hour's notice to con centrate their forces to repel inva sion. A Lively l'mlliq;iiiL« la VaiiMiirln, Havana, May 22.—An earth quake iv Venzuela occurred on April 14th. The town of Crea was destroyed, as were the surrounding farms. The river Tuy became heated to such a degree that fishes sought refuge outside the water. Shocks were felt in Caracas, and were tbe heaviest which have oc curred since ISI2. Ttt.-.tij -.».ie Killed i.mi s, vt-ui«*,*u %v led, London, May 22.—A special from Pera says that twenty-one were killed and seventeen wounded in the emeuteat Constantinople. itu«iiii.*« rieci akhiu. London, May 22. Two unar mored Husslau war vessels from Crouatadt passed through the Sound clamlestiuely Monday night. Ii is supposed their destination is America, and Russian agents are In Sweden inspecting shipping With a view to the purchase of cruisers. \em or too Ninltm. London, May 22. —There have been no further disturbances in the strike districts iv Lancashire in consequence of the precautions taken by the military ami police. Hopes of a settlement of the differences have not been aban doned. Splutters and cardrooin hands opposed a ballot on the questions at issue, but tlie weavers at Blaokburn and other towns will vote to-morrow. Ii is believed that tho result of the vniing will have an important effect on the other strikers. Mean time the strike is extending. No tices of the 10 per cent, reduction expired at Todmorden and Rams tiottou last night, when the opera tives resolved to resist reduction. a urn t<» sniinr, ■ttelallM Ex. eeeaee, Berlin, May 22.—A bill for tbo repression of Socialist excesses has been submitted to the German Par liament. s 01111 l Miiiuvtilogr liai'H ii lllul. Rerun, May 22.— Count Khouva loflT, in conversation with other diplomatists, described the propo sals he was carrying to England as pacific. He seemed confident that they would not be rejected. 15a.leu Baden Is again proposed as the place for the Congress to meet. It is thought that tho last proposals will be generally accepted. Tlie I'upo Ni-eliluir H Hummer Kf lie I t. Rome, May 22.— The Pope will not go to "Monte Cassino. The Jesuits are endeavoring to keep the Pope in Rome, but some other place at which lie may pass the Sumer is being sought. Slnst Have Kara mill Ardiiliau. St. Petersburo, May 22.—1t has transpired that the Czar insists ou the possession of Ears and Ar dalian, but is willing to renounce Hatoura, This is the utmost limit of the concessions ho is prepared to malte in Asia. Witli regard to the limits of Bulgaria lie Is perfectly satisfied to leave tlie decision to tlie Congress. As.l,lnure far Turkish Refugees. Constantinople, May 22.—Five thousand refugees have sent a dep utation to the Porte asking relief. Tho Porte promised that rations would henceforth ho regularly dis tributed. TKMPLK BLOCK, Has Just refelved from Eastern m inufac lurers a variety of Dec iratlng Vines and Sprays, Parlor Kaleidoscopes, and a full line of White and Walnut Splints, Chess Boards and Men. inyStt Oil.. JONEN, FAMILY GROCERY. NO. 41 SPRING ST. A full as*ortment of hrsWclass Family Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Bacon, Hams, Lard, e!c, kept on hand AT REASONABLE PHICES. fe2otf KWONIi KING & CO., :ir isi'itiMa sthkkt. CHINESE STORE. Chinese and Japanese Goods nnd Toy's. FKEsjH TKAS.cheapest and best In the town. CIQAKS of tho best brands. Her. vaiiis and bands of all kinds furnished. up! tf Burnell & llebbeck, Landscape Gardeners and Garden Contractors, JStf No. 105 spring sr. BUSINESS CARDS. Largest Auction House In tho City! H. R. BROWN, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT ST., opposite Court House. aw REGULAR SALE on Saturdays from 9 o'clock a. m till 4 p.m. spouial Sales made at any time. HORSES. WAGONS, aud all kinds of goods b tuglit. and sold. Reference I It. E. Hyde.Pres tl'k Visalta by permis'n \ .F. Spenco, Cash Com B'k Jalfitf 11. R. BHO VN. Auctioneer. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. 83. W. ITOYES Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST., opposite the Court Hons;', and will be pleated to serve his old friends and the public. Purticular attention paid to Real Estate nales. Regular sale days for Horses and rolling stock, WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. As I have no partners ami do my own work, I intend to make my charges less tlutn those of anybody else In thp busl ttew, charging on real estate two per cent, for tho (list $1000 and one percent, on all sums above ttiat itmoutit. Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES. WAGONS and all kinds ct property, and ptiy cash. N. B.—Saturday 'n sal )S commence at 10 A. M. and close at 4 p. y. E. W. NOYE*, Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California. nvSl AN OLD AUCTIONEBR IN A NEW PLACE. ALFRED MOORE, (from SI. Paul, Minnesota,) is now to be found ut 20 Spring street, Next the Dollar Stars, send along your Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses, Bug ulom, Wagons ttu i other oicrciiaouise you may havu to dispose o r . Auction every Saturday mointag at. 11 o'oto'-k precise ly, ttsal Kslate sales also altouttcd to. n2O dm JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, dooms It! and 14, McDonald Block, .Main 81.. LOS ANGELES,CaI. septa tf John K. Jackson, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Room 41 Temple Block. BlStf W. 11. J. niIoOKS. OI3OROKJ. CLARKE. BROOKS & CLARKE, Searchers of Records and Examiners of Titles. 88-ALLISN'S BUIDING, comer Spring and Temple Blreets. .I.A.Carey. Thos. A. Faqan. DOWNEY CITY REAL ESTATE AGENCY. rtanohOl. Homes, tore and Other Pr»p eriy BoOgbt and .Sold on Commission, By Carey & Fagan, DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA. Mr. F.VOAN Is also an AUcrney-at-Lnw. mrlO f TO LEASE. "ElMolinoFarm." pV>r baslaoH ami educational reasons, dulling to remove Into Loi Angeles, J Will leiise " EL HOLINO FARM," Including rosldenco and out-buildings horses, mules, wugon, harness, ttgricul turul implements, etc., for the term of TWO Oil THREE YEARS. Tlie farm consists or IMacres, on which aretO.OOJ grape vines, over 2,000 orange trees, 700 English walnut trees, 600 lemon ami llmo trees; also a mimoe.- of black walnut, pecan, almond, tig, npricot. plum, peach, apple, pear trees, b mauas, etc.; twoor three acres of abulia, fifty ucies vacant arable land, and THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY WATERED. Attached to the residence Is a spacious bath-room, supplying hot, cot i aud shower baths. There is also a Bl bLI A It 1 > ROOM, table and appurtenances. Tbe farm is moat eligibly situated in Hie FRUIT BELT of tho San Gabriel Mission Valley About eight miles cast of I,os Angeles city, and near the Railroad Station of Sunuuurlel Mission. If not leased, I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE PROPERTY On advantageous terms, to-wlt: One third cash, the balance In oue, two, three and tour yuurs, at 10 peroent. Interest per annum Interest, payable semi-annually. K. J. C. KEWEN, Nos. 10*11 Stretll, Building, Spring St. S. F. Bulletin ami Chronicle oopy. o2ltf NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT a meeting of the stock holders of the Los Angeles and Aliso Avenue Street Railroad Compauy will i> - held on TUESDAY, tho 4th DAY of JUNK, A. D. 1878, at 3 o'clock p. v. at Perry, Woodworlh <fc Co'■ offlce, (up stairs) Commercial stree*.. In the cltv of Los An sole*, * Tallfornla, for the purposo of elect- Inga Board of Directors of said Company and transacting other Important busi ness. All stockholders nr3 notified to attend. By order of WM. H. WORKMAN. President. J. W. GILLETTE, Secretary. Los Angeles, May Blh, 1878. m3-2w HOTELS. United States Hotel, HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's. Cor. Main and Requena Sts, This hotel lakes In an entire block, fronllnn 320 feel on Bequi>na street, 100 utl Ma hi and 116 feet on Los Angeles strcot. THre Boom Aro airy, nn-1 all contain Spring Beds, witli tbo latest linprovomeuls. th re TAB I-re Is supplied with the b'st Hie market affords. ItA.TK-5 MODERATK. A Free Omnibus is allurhed to the ho tel, and baggage is conveyed gratis lo and from the depot. The United Slates Hotel is centrally located, opposite the Court House, aud is neur the Postomce and Land omce. Call and see us. You will receive good treatment. HENKY HAMMEL. A. H. DENKEK. ST, CHARLES HOTEL, LOS ANGELES, CAL., S. W. CRAICUE & CO.. Proprietors. The St. Charles Is located hi the busi ness centre Ofthe city, and is tho largest, most elegant and completely organized Hotel iv Southern California. Free coach to the house. J. A. GORDON, Manager. aarWestem Union Telegraph In Hclel oaice. Jyiitf MOJAVE HOTEI, aiojtive .Ttiuotlou, Cal. rpHIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPA RED ffcjk A to receive Its numerous patronsJfujM. and the traveling public In general.Bo 7 lug entirely new and splendidly fur nished, it afTords superior iiccounnoda tlous. ITS TABLE D' HOTE Is second to none in Southern California 'I'll i-: BAlt la supplied with the choicest brandß of wines, liquors and cigars. An elegant nil, 11 villi KouM Is also attached to the house. All trams stop here for breakfast an ] supper, -t Is the point of departure for the oelebrated Inyo county mines, viz. Darwin, T,oue Pine, Cerro Gordo und pan amint. The otßceof the LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is al this hotel, The patronage of c traveling public Is respectfully solloltoJ.. MATTHEW" * BOYD, IV2I-tf Proprielors. THE Commercial Restaurant DOWNEY BLOCK, Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes, IS THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. V DOL, Proprietor. NOW OPEN. SIERRA HAVRE VILLA, A Private II -tol on fie mesa or table lands of tbo sierra Madre Mountains. Climate unsurpassed for Summer or Winter Residence. CommiuKl'i a charming view ol" valley ami mountain, overlooking the Wan <ia urtel orange groves; Is four miles from railroad and telegraph station; house en tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains al) modern conveniences. A Hchoot torchlldren on the pjemises. For particulars atldiess proprietor, P. O. Yittx \UX, Los Angeles. ANAHEIM HOTEL, Con of CENTER & LEMON Sts. aTll O.MS large, sunny and a ry "»* TABLE supplied with all tho luxuries the market affords. IW-FP.EE COACH to the Hotel. upl3tf E. DUNHAM, Proprietor. FOR SALE. RARE CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN. 70 Acers in the Azusa-Duarte Water Rights Perfect and Title Good. FARM HOUSE, BABH A COR RAL ON PREMISES. MTFIKTERN ACRES IN WALNUTS, five years' growth. Also, variety uf Krult Trees between tlie walnuta. TERMS MODERATE Apply person ally or by letter to A. J. HORN, mr2lf Postma.tetkat El Monte. si! r; liOll Per day, at bom* 3pO ~ Span plea worth $1, free. Stings* Co.. Povtland. M*. niarHd w MISCELLANEOUS. MERCHANT TAILOR. J. STRELITZ, Fashionbie Merchant Tailor, No. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street, Los Angeles. Ho has the LARUEST, FINEST AND BEST S r OCKBU TAILOR ING ESTABLISH WENT In Southern Call'nrnla. His old customers and tbe public will nnd It the place to get BESf STYLES aud PITTING obtainable. NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOESKINS, DIAGONALS, FANCY CASSIMEREB, VELVET & SILK VELVETING, Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin cipal aeutlemcn of tbe city, lor whom he has made clothing. SWNo necessity to send to San Fran cisco for good Qttlng suits. dec3o-tf BANKINtTIIOIJSEsT FARMERS' &~ MERCHANTS' dank Of Los Angeles. CAPITAL 500,000 OO ISAIAS W. nELLMAN President ; Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ISA lASW. H EI. I MAN, EriIEKK, MCYER, O. w. chi r. us, L. C. Goodwin, CHARLhS DUCOMItON, JOSH MASCARKI., Johns. Griffin, C. E. Tbom, Frank Lkcouvhkur. Exohange for sale on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN and HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. liny and fSell LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will alsopay the highest price for Gold aud Sliver Bullion. From and Hftertbls date,on all moneys leitas Term Deposits, interest will be al lowed. Commercial Bank Of Los Angeles. Authorized Capital - 300,(100 M. S. PATRICK President E. F. SPENCE Cashier DIRECTORS!. M. S. Patrick, s. H. Mott. A. A. Wilcox, H. Maburt, M. WOODWOKTH. I. LANKKKSniM, O. S. WITUKRBY, JNO. G. CArIION, J. E. HOLLKNBECK, This Rank Is prepurod to receive de posits .in open acouunt, issue Certificates ot 11.-posit, aud trausucl a geueral Bank- battues*. Collection! made and proceeds remitted at ctttrcut rules of exchange. LOnNGELL^COMY^BANK! MAIN STREET, Los A ngelea m Cftl Capital Stock (paid up), 300.000 J.S. SI.AUSON President It, S. HA X h;lt Vice-President J.M. KULIOTT Cftsbte) IU RECTO lIS. J| S. Sj.AUSON, V. RKAI'DI Y. V.A. Kouvfk, KOMhttr H, Hxkfr, J. Hixhy, Oku. W. I'KLHCOTT A. W. UuWMAN. Reretvc Savings Hunk deposits. '■ in And Mil exchange OH SMI Kranelsco, "New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort. Buy exchange on alipaitso' the United Slate* a,ni Europe. Receive money on open nctv unt and Cer tificate of Deposit, an I do a general banking and exchttDge business. J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNUK OF Alameda and First Streets OKA l.Kna IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POBTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. merTiledFceFwTck — AT — Perry | Woodworth & Co.'s LUMBER YARDS — AND — PLANING MILLS, tin. i" l'owmercl.l street, near rt.tiro.d noput. mrm-tr— J. G. JACKSON Lumber Dottier Corner Alameda and First Slreett. UKAI.I-K IN DOORS, WINDOWS, IH.INDS, POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS, SHAKES, PI ASTER OF PARIB, CEMENT AND HAIR. J*. JAA a*fc Salary. rn«M»Ml»n IU W ■■■■ «.DL.a 10 >rll ir Sl.pl. 0w1,,. \l #H||a..i f..rom.«i«i .j art ■ rail 11 «'«'■» » iTc.sf* co n.j, VIH W W l,« »»■»■ Si, cmoiiuuu, •* agi2 ♦ NO. 140 SOCIETY JSOTICKH. Masonic Notice. M 1.«.» Auirln 1 Ofltfc So. -ii. f I * *• Al.—The slated meelliiw i X jT or lhl» Lodge vie held ou Mir ffrstMONDA V ofcoch mont, al ' ' 7:aO p. m Members of Pe D l«i. plia, No. 202, und ,11 Mash r Vi.sona It, good standing are cor llnlly Invited hy order of the W:• J]:. On ah, Sumi. BecreUrr. I,is Angeles Chapter No. 33, ST ■:• .r* ss^~ = Staled convocations on 9. \ MONDAY of each month 7 % c. m. at Maaoaic H»U.' 1M haf "oJournina eompanlona In IT\ Jrjl good standing cordially In vltcd. By order of 7 a «■ c - foy, h. r t J Sam. I'iiaqhr, Secretary. Los Angelei Council Ne. 11, Royal see Select Masters, F. * A. M., Holds ita stated assemblies on tho sin Monday of each month at Masonic Hall at 7:.*) p. m Sojourning Companions In good standing are fraternally invited ii attend. By order or the Th * Tit-. —. l . t --°- '-"NNJNOHAM. Record«r._ <*y? X N IQ H TSJTErVI PL A R '*-cjjf&T Ca "" De^- ,0 JJ c omsianderyllla. Holds lis stated conclaves at the A«»- 1 lorn In Masonic Hall, on the Thlnl THURSDAY ot ea •!, month,,t TXo'ololk p. m. Sojourning Kn giits Templar lv i gooil standing arc con Pally invited to at- \ lend. By order of the <>■. J. C. I.TTTLEPiKLD, Recorder. I. O. Okr\ ~ <>• <». *.-Regular ineellui. „,,>,, .. MONDAY evening at 8 o'clock vi °m *" v "« ney Blocs. \isllng andsoju ruing brothers In rood - standing are luvi'ed to aiti-m; •" OB | E. A. PREUS4. N. O _£iikj>. W. Wood, liec. see La. Ati K ele» MmOkk No. Bil, J. o. O.K frißßt ~,.R ? B ,llar meeting held on .aESfkA WEDNESDAY 11 v KNINO Oi each week at 7)4 o'clock. 80 -lourning brethren in tood stauding are cordially invited. . _ „ , ■>■ W. HARD, N U A. Frank. R. S. " Orange Grovo Encsmemsnt. Nn. at 1 n 0. F. I jSMBh- REGULAR MEETINGS beta eKsWB'l 11 the Second una Fourth TUESDAYS or each month at 7>£ P. M. Sojourning Patrt fed to attend " uui ' ne a,e cordially Invl- B. Marxskn, Scribe. 0 °" LlrS ' C - r - § Knights of Pythias. OLIVE LODCE, No- 20. meet* every Thureaay cv. hlnr.it , o'clock, at !),« Cuatli.-jJSIi, Downey Block. All sojourning I nlghti in good standing are nrdlnllT "n, <?6 L A- DUNSAIOOii .. C. CE. Mii.kk.K. of It. a. " ** **• Coniidence Engine Company Mo. 2. » REGULAR MEETINGS ol /n| Company wi;i tak'.' plmcc /4»BBi\ on tho nisi Wednesday eve- uing i>i each mouth, at s iffiiliii o'clock. Pv order, 'A', .s. MOORE, « ci i clary. SJ.il ASTLEY COOPER'S VITAL RESTORATIVE I Tin- great English remedy for > in one Debility, Spermatorrhea and rremalura Decline of Physical Force. The Vital Restorative Will positively cure, (horouehly r.ud perimiueully, any cose of I.\fl.uBl ED VIIALITY' or Nervous Debility, elthei acute or of long standing, and in either sex, no matter Irum wiiul cause pro duced. The Vital Restorative Is a ihorouglily selentltic prescription, la uot a quack in.strum, hence penectly sale lo lake; is pleasant to the tusto, supplies to the cerebrospinal and »ym palhelic system of nerves new for-.e. Purities and Enriches The b100... rejuvenating and leln.igorat ingtiolh mind anu body. i huusunda, both in this country mil in Europe, can leslllv to Hie great restorative properties of this really great medicine. Price, }:l per bottle, or four llinea tbe quuiilliy lor *10. Scut tv any address le uurr iroin observation. Aodresa all letters to A. E. MINTIE, M. D., of the Unlveislty ol Pennsyl vania and lute Itesldent surgeon 10 tbe Orthopcedic Hospital of Philadel phia,) No. 7.'2 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Sole Agent. P. S.--DR. MINTIE can be consulted in relerence to tbe abovecomplainia dur ing offlce hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. tt. dally, and from 6 to 8 in the evening. Sunnays, 10 A. si. to Ip. m. Consullatlou p llr.B. Thorough examination ai d ad vice, $3. Full directions and advice Irfe with every package of mi dlclne. ly lit The Steams Banchos, ALFIKO llnSiiwiA, Truster-, (Mil Market St., San l riiiK ii.ru, iH\ J W W I ACRES OF LAND FOR OV/jV/VJvr sale, lv lota to suit, .un able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons, -Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts. Peaches, Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley , Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit able for Dairying. (Jood water is abundant at an average depth of alz feet from tbe surfaoe. On al most every acre of this land FLOWINU ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and tbe more elevated portions can be Irri gated by tlie water ot the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are naturally moist, requiring only goodeul 11 vatlon to produei crops. TERMS—One-fourth Cash; »alauoo ia one, two und three years, with 10 per ceui Interest. I.will take pleasure in showing tbese lands lo parties seeking laud, who are Invited to come and sco this extensive tract before purchasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN. Agant. Anaheim, Los Angeles couuty, Dec. M, Carriage Manuiactory, Nos. J,l ami US Main S tri et, l.ns .\ ngelei. L. LICHTENBERGER Having resumed Ibe butt: 11 ess of rurrttigaj | niHkliijttn n l Sis brHin-bes, Is inpaitd to till orders lv tbi't line, CARRIAGES, EUGGIES & WAGONS Ofuvoi y deperi|'tirn ccnu-uuily < n rtn4 ami inn l ■• to < tdir. \\lii(flp.i-rk,f witik men of twenty iphh' (xpciltme 111 t a9 nude of li-1» lon ol the fit*'* pid nr. lntr rone fitter Hum llio ten of uifttt-i-t -»l». the iiiiblio ure nwar(il ot lhcroii»h ► mllvki lion 111 it:\fCSl no- Hi bit, I utc f. Tka, I ■»•'■"•■' >»ge Of IllN foililPl lUtltmm »I«-nlfully Follciiod. "Quick Sale« nnd SIMII ItoHIk" ' A Nimble st\|,enc« l> lill»r Ibsna, Slow shilling " " * "Mil I.X l!Tr-MJ*.I;O»J».