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VOL. IX.
,i, U«l(.wl .m, • morning except Mon
day,
BY
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rsswii FOR DAILY HERALD:
t" r annum, by inn.ll or cypress 810
Six months " " J
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0 dtvored by carriers, per weok 26 cents
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i. published every Satnrda*' mormnx.
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LAWYERS.
JOHN 0. MORGAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
mlTlf SANTA MONICA.
vTeThoWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
J. BROS-EAU.
Howard, llrossean & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. R mini, 6(1,07 nnd 68 Tem
ple Block, third lloor, Los Angeles.
feb3-tf
HENRY T. HAZARD^
A TTORINEYAT LAW
C COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, G. A.
J Robinson, Manager.
OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
Hloek. i»ai-tf
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms '1 and T
Ducommun s Block, corner Main .V
i'iinimereial streets, Los Aniceles. raay7-tf
V OI.ASSEI.I., O. H. SMITH
A 11. OBAPMAB, U.M.SMITH
i.LASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-itulrn, Ux
\ ngeles. California. oi"2-tf—2
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTORNBV AT I. AW.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, 1 os
Ange cs. m2-lm
W. 11. 11. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
aVßooras 2 nnd 3, Allen's Building,
corner ol"Spring uud Temple Sts. nlfitl
PHYSICIANS.
dbTw. W. noss,
JPliysieimi nurtSm'jjouii
UFFICH-CARDON A BLOCK, Rooms
17 uml IS. Hesldence-Cjrner or Fifth
and Hill streets. mySS-lm
Dr. Klrkpatrlck.
( dice and Resulence-No. 15 FRANKLIN
HI'UKET. fe2B-lm
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
(.Miyeielnii and fc-*nrj£OOii
Residence, Fort IHU, I Offlce,No. 19Dow
Buena Vista street. I neyßlock,upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
ROOMS OA U, LANFRANCO BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avenue, East
Lou Augeles, neitr Iho end of street rail
\. a v.
Office hours from hi to 12 a. m.; from 1 lo
4 F, M. np'-H) If
Dr. Ms, 5. Ciberson,
PJiyialoluil unci Hi* t*g"COfl
Office and Residence—SPßlNG ST.,
below Tumverein Hall, l.os Ah gelt s.
ap!9-tf
DR. L. McGUIRE,
J?JiyMloluii And Bui*kooii
OFFICE—Rooms No. ti and 7, Lanfiun
«n Block, Main street. Residence—SAM
Mrti" street. Los Angeles, Oai.
Office Hours—Faom S) to 12 a. M. und 2 lo
6 and 7 to 9 p. m. aplSlf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office fo No. B2 MAIN
STREET, over Hotter & Brad toy's Furni
ture store.
Office Hours—From 10 lo IL', 4 lo (J and 8
to y. Residence—Buena VUta slreet,
myltf
J. IJechtinger, AL 1).,
(OF VIENNA,)
IJIIYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependent and French M. li. Socie
ties. Ocuiistof ti.o French Hospital In
San Francisco, All chronic obstinate
eases and operations ou the eyes attend
ed to,
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—BE. cor
uer Mason and Pacific streets, San Fran
cisco. » * oc3ly
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
CHINESE DOCTOR.
OFFICE—Corner Los Augeles and Ar
cadia streets.
ujvun-s all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to 12 a. m. and from
2 to 5 ana 7 to 9 p. m. np3otf
HUGHES'
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIGNORET'S BUILDING, opposite
Merced Theater.
R. HUGHE'S, In returning thanks to
Ihe public for their liberal patronage,
van with confidence recommend his
B-A. THIS
As the great PURIFIER end EQUAL
IZER of the human body, enabling the
system to throw ofT its impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more i uspi
ratlou of air than can beootained by
breathing, by opening tho pores of the
sklu and giving full play to tho 1 (.sensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical
health.
SGFA leinale cons:uu'ly on hand to
walton ladles.
Open from BA.m.to 7 p. m . s'23tf
OCC 4a ©71 A WEEK to agents. 810
yOD lU V// '>utill. FREE P. O,
VICKERY, Augusta Maine. septSwly
Daily Los Angeles Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
l*n»»*jiilcerM Uiiliik iit.
Mojavb, May 20.—T P Tracy,
MrsJ B Velsi't, J O Howard, N
Meyer, J G D Folsom, W F Ball.
Mojavb, May 27.—Miss Jaeaen,
JHBteinert, J P Martin, USA,
jJ) De*moud and daughter, PA
Graham,
Trfaiua—Dumas in ivai»ali s Bis.
Yuma, May 27.-The steamer Co.
coimli arrived from Aubrey Una
morning witli twenty-six passen
gers. Base silver bullion by ex
press from the McCraeken mine,
£34,000; Signal, §2,000; lo be for
warded to San Francisco to-night.
On and after June first Colorado
river steamers will run regular
weekly trips between Yuma and
Aubrey, touching at Intermediate
landings; leaving Yuma every Sat
urday morning, and returning,
leave Aubrey every Wednesday
at daylight; Ehren berg every Wed
nesday night. At the present stage
of water steamers will make very
fast time.
Since Wednesday last upwards
of 80 tons of Castle Dome ore has
been shipped to Sau Francisco.
There is at present over 400,000
pounds of freight in the warehouse
here for interior points awaiting
transportation.
Nun Frniielnea Ao«lil-.»l> ui.il i„.l.
deals.
San FRANCISCO, May 27.—About
ten o'clock last evening, Annie
Wallace, a spiritual medium, en
tered a saloon, No. 308 Kearny
street, spoke a few words to the pro
prietor, drew a small pistol and
shot herself iv the breast, inflicting
a wound, the nature of which is
yet doubtful. Tbe cause of the act
st ems to have been some love affair
between helself and the proprietor,
named Coppodacy.
Morris Marks was drowned while
bathing nt Meimaid bath, North
Bench, this morning,
During the afternoon three men
left Alameda in a plunger. Be
tween Gout Island and Alca
truz the boat capsized and two of
the men—John Murphy aud Ed
ward Druminond—were drowned.
The third man got on the bottom of
the plunger aud was soon taken out.
Prof. Martin, accompanied by a
Call reporter, made a successful
ballon ascension from Woodward's
Gardens yesterday afternoon, land
ing at Berkley about 0 p. M.
At the sand lots yesterday the
only variation from the ordinary
routine was an address by J. 14. !
Sharpstein, ex-Judge of the 12th
District Court, who has been put on
the Kearney ticket for delegate to
the Constitutional Convention.
.Saw I'rHiiri.c.i Miti l4t-.:N.
San Francisco, May 27.—Flour,
dull and unchanged; Super, SI 73
(ii,4 87} ; Bakers' and Family Kx
tra. [email protected]ß 25 ; Oregon Extra, $5 75
£i 5 87£. Wheat, extremely dull;
sales good milting at $1 87J jSu
perftne, SI 85. Bai ley, market dull;
Feed, choice, $1. Oats, quiet and
steady; light, [email protected]; cood,
$1 [email protected] 55. Corn,luactlve and nom
inal. Hay, nothing doing. Pota- !
toes, good demand ; choice new,
$3 50©3 75. Wool, dull and un
changed,
Vflll l.li »tfi» »,■.»'■» C-.Mllltl<ll«l OIT ll."
Track.
Lompoc, May 27.—Last Saturday
evening at Ihe public hall here, Mr.
J. F. Hollowuy of Sauta Marl
Valley, the Convention nominee
of the Workiugmen's party of
Sauta Bubarn Couuty, delivered an
address which was very lengthy, at
the conclusion of which Mr. Hollo
way withdrew from the campaign.
CalitHretf mid Done fur.
EUREKA, Cal., May 27.—Elisha
W. Gibbs, Ihe wife murderer, who
broke jail a few weeks since and
escaped, was captured Friday night
at 11 o'clock by J. M. Brown, Sher
ill nf this county, at Bridgeville.
The officer arrived hero yesterday
afternoon with his prisoner. Brown
having received Information in
ducing him to believe that Gibbs
was in the vicinity of Bridgeville
and probably intending to escape
from tho county by that louto, set
a watch at the bridge over the Van*
duoln river. Last night about 11
o'clock Gibbs was seen to go upon
the bridge. Two men appearing, j
he turned to retrace his steps, but!
Brown anil his Deputy had j
closed iv nnd cut oft' his;
retreat. He ugain turned to \
ruD, when the Sheriff called
Upon him to halt. Not obey
ing, the Shei ill' fired at him but
missed. He then called upon ono
of his aids to fire and ho did 101
shooting Gibbs through the body.
Gibbs fell and was captured and \
brought to town, where ha died
laat night at 8 o'clock.
Civillous Kiiiii'i.ye.l ulili Hie ,»rii,y j
uot Am.-i.nl.le 1.. Jtll-lli.ry I i.nrl.
Martini.
Washington, May 27.—About
two years ngo a man named Bartli,
employed as a civilian clerk iv the
olllce of tlie United Slates Quarter
master-General at San Francisco,
was ai rested hy the military au
thorities under charges of etubes- j
zlement of Government funds and
forgery. The question whether tie j
was amenable to military JurlsdiO-1
tlon and trial by court-niurtial hav
ing been ollicially referred to Judge-
General Dunn, that
officer gave an opinion decidedly in
tbe negative, holding that the six
ty-third article of war, in making
civilians serving with the armies
in tbe field amenable to military
law, was applicable only in lime
and ou the theatre of war, and that
a civilian serving with the army in
time of peace, and not upon the
theatre nf Indian hostilities, could
uot be held so amenable. Major-
General Seholield had the question
referred to Attorney-General Taft,
who gave a brief opinion, but,
meanwhile, the clerk escaped to
South America before trial, and
no precedent was established. The
question, however, was subsequent
ly referred by the Secretary of War
to Attorney-General Devens who,
as a result of a re-examinution of
tbo subject, has rendered an elabo
rate opinion concurring with tho
LOS ANGELES, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 28. 1878
Judge Advocate General, without
going Into the constitutional point
by which the opinion of that oflleei
was iloubly fortified. Attorney-
General Deveus, in thlfiopinion,
takes occasion to dechie anothei
question also submitted to him as
t) tho liability to court martini ol
superintendents nf national ceme
teries who mo discharged soldiers
and olviliuns. He concurs With
ihe Judge Advocate General iv
holding that they arc not thus
amendable. The opinion of the At
torney-General has just been pub
lished by the Secretary of War in
a general order for Information ol
the army. The number of civilians
employed iv the army and navy is
so large, that, aside from other rea
sons the opinion is a matter of con
siderable public interest.
rusiooircK BUHbiiaaad.
WASHINGTON. May 27.—Post
offices established: Citrus, l.os
Angeles county, Cal., C. Griswold,
Postmaster; Copper City, .Shasta
county, Cal., C. M, Fulton, Post
master; Freedom, Coos county,
Oregon, Levaton M. Lowe, Post
master; Btiellwiek, Wasco county,
Oregon, John Coles, Postmaster.
Discontinued — Lake Mountain,
Trinity county, Cal. Names
changed—Valley, San Uiojo coun
ty, Cal., to Valley Centre, Post
master already appointed.
11111-. lutru.imvil.
Washington, May 27.—Tha fol
lowing bills were introduced in the
House and referred:
l!y Willis, to regulate sale of D.
S. securities.
Hy Wood, to establish a permit*
Dent sinking fund.
MulllH .ttcl'i.rly «tt tlifcatfii.
CHICAGO, May 27.—Motile Mc-
Carty leaves here for Louisville to
night. She Is in the best possible
condition for her contest with Ten
bioo3U July 4lh.
A Kill ill.* Beasts,
Washington, May 27th. —Beclt
introduced a bill to repeal existing
taxes on capital, on deposits of
banks and banker! and to impose
faxes on dividends in excess of 8
per cent. Referred.
Klalll-U by l.tKlitululr.
Providence (li. I.j, May 27.—
Yesterday afternoon seven men
were preparing to have a fish-fry
on the island iv the Waterman
Reservoir, Smithlield, when a
shower came up and lightning
struck the party. Wm. Calvin
and Daniel Knowlton, standing
back to back under a tree, were
killed. Eugene Knowlton and
Jeremiah Aiifel were injured, their
boots being stripped off', their feet
burned, und their limbs partially
paralyzed. Tbe others were
stunned, but not seriously Injured.
A.li.pinl In Committee
Washington, May 27.—1n Com
mittee of tbe Whole tho amend
ment to Ihe Army Appropriation
bill, transferring the management
id' Indian affair* from the Interior
to the War Department, was
adapted by a vote of 113 to 107.
I'.itler'N •romuillire.
Washington, May 27.—Potter's
Committee met this morning, and
discussed the question of limitation
of investigation,but, without reach
ing a conclusion, tho Committee
ltd, on rued to Wednesday.
v nsiii.igtuu Topics,
Washington (D. C), May 27.—
The Army bill may possibly come
up again in the House to-day, but
is more likely to lie over uu til Tues
day. The pending ameudmont for
the transferor tho Indian Bureau to
the War Department Isexpeeted to
cause a prolongation of Ihe debate
in Committee of the Whole until
Wednesday. The chances are
against its adoption. The Republi
cans are inclined to oppose it in a
body, and at least two prominent
Democrats—Cox, of New York,
and Harris, of Virginia—have al
ready indicated a determination to
combat it by all the means iv their
power. The bill will undoubtedly
bo passed by the House substan
tially as amended in Committee ol
the Whole, except that the two
sections concerning the Adjutant-
General's and Inspector General's
Departments, which were stricken
out when the Repulicans had tem
porary a majority, will be restored.
There is no prospect, however, of
a reversal of the note by which the
Committee of tha Whole refused to
reduce the total force of tbe army
below 25,000 men. Wiggiuton was
one of the ten Democrats who united
with the Republicans in keeping
the force at this figure, and Lut
trill, though detuiued from the
Houso by illness, has made his vote
on the same side by means of a pair.
It is not certain, however, that any
Democrats will take sides with Re
publicans In voting against re
ductions of the number and pay of
oftlcers. It should be borne iv mind
that a very large majority of the
Senate, including the most promi
nent Democratic Senators, are firm
ly opposed to making any
chungo in tbe present organ
ization of the army iv advance
jf a careful investigation and
report ou the subject by some com
petent Board of Inquiry and will
Unmeditulely amend the House bill
by providing for the reference of
nil suoh.questious to tbe Board,
which the House itself has proposed
to entrust with only a portion of
the subject. Tbe dual result of the
coming coutest between the House
mid Senate over tbe bill cannot, as
yet, be confidently predicted, but
tbe general opinion is, that no bill
materially changing the present or
ganization of the army cun bo got
ten through both Houses this ses
sion.
aaaaSnV Wi.lli.re Di'iiles 11.
Washington, May 27.—Senator
Wallace, who returned from Penn
sylvania to day, authorized the de
nial of the statement telegraphed
that he will Interfere iv Speaker
Randall's it-nomination.
'I be Vlr«. l'rt-al-.leut Uoen A-rt»tltng.
Whitehall (N. V.), May 27.—
Vice - President Wheeler, Mrs.
Hayes, Miss Fannie Hayes, and
Mr. Dickinson, private Secretary,
have been trout rlshlug on the lower
Saranac Lake for the past few days.
flliifli.y .iv itic J.M, Mrlkliff.
Philadelphia, May 27.—The
bark J. S. Wright left for Belfast
Friday. On her way down the
river a mutiuy broke out and the
crew refused to obey the officers.
In trying to repress the disorder,
tlie boatswain, Robert Armstrong,
was killed. A Revenue cutter has
started for the vessel.
NallmiMl I'ouvellllou or Turners.
Cleveland, 0., May 27.—The
National Convention of Turneia
licKaii its session to-day, with sixty
delegates present.
iii aeration i>ay.
St. Louis, May 27 —The decora
tion of the graves of Union aud
Confederate soldiers at the Nation
al Cemetery, Jefferson barracks,
took place yesterday. The services
consisted of addresses in English
and German, participated iv by
the clergy of the Episcopalian, Uni
tarian, Catholic, Lutheran aud He
brew churches. Fully 12,000 people
were present.
couniitiuiM'-N at (ttiiasau mi iim.
Ciiicaoo, May 27.—Communists,
numbering sixty men, armed with
muskets and bayonets of the old
pal tern,were drilling at Silver Leaf
Grove, near avenue yester
day afternoon.
PrleHt. lv Fiilltlea.
Winnepeg, May 27.—1n view of
the approaching parliamentary
elections for this province, Arch
bishop Toake has issued a long pas
toral letter repudiating the doctrino
lhat priests should uot Interest
themselves in polities and warning
electors of the importance of the
privilege of suffrage.
'rim I'onarrcus nt 1,1.1,1—1 is r 111 a H Su*
siallaas.
BettLtM, May 27.—IuviUtiona to
the Congress were dispatched yes
terday. If matters shall be satis
factorily concluded, a treaty re
placing the modified treaties of
Paris and San Stefano will be signed
ut Berlin. The first steps for a
definite arrangement between Rus
sia and England were due to
Scliouvaloffand the German Crown
Prince.
Tbe Government Intends to vig
orously enforce existing press and
.sedition laws. Saxon authorities
have closed socialist meetings at
Chemnitz. The Prussian Govern
ment has ordered the prosecution
of five socialistic journals lor the
publication of cynio.al articles ou
Hoedel's attempt to assassinate tho
Emperor.
ltilNatt.li Imiierlnl llnuk In n I. ul
Way.
St. Petersburg, May 27.—1t is
rumored that the Russian Imperial
Rank isso heavily indebted that the
Government dares not coutiuue
the publication of weekly returns.
Bank affairs are in almost hopeless
confusion. Continued issue of pa
per money lo cover deficits #ill he
necessary if tlie bank is to go on.
More Truiis at .Tlnltn.
Lovalleta, Malta, May 27.—
Four more transports with Indian
troops have arrived.
Sir Astlry €»oiier amiillloitca.
Halifax, N. S., May 27.—Ad
miral Sir Astley Cooper, from Key
West, left ou the train last evening
to take the Euglish Mail Steamer
at Rimouskt, having been sum
moned with all haste to take com
mand, it is said, of the Baltic fleet.
Jury Trials Abitllahed la PolUleal
(TSSSS.
St. Petersburg, May 27.—The
Russian government has decided
to abolish Jury trials in cases of at
tempted assassination for political
acts of violence against officials.
Ri-solveil In Keiillfii.
Berlin, May 27.—A dispatch
from St. Petersburg says that Couut
Dj Payelin, Minister of Justice,
by whose advice the case of Vera
Hassalitch was submitted to a jury,
seems resolved to resign.
MISCELLANEOUS.
X WONG KING & CO.,
S7 SPUING STB X ET.
CHINESE STORE.
Chinese and Japanese Goods und Tnya.
FitEsll TKAS.cneapest and best In the
town. CIG Alts of tlie best brand!'. Ser
vants and bauds of all kinds furnished.
ap4 tf
Notice of Removal,
Monday or Tuesday Noxt
I WILL BBICOYI MY
ROOT AND SHOE STORE
From 101 Main street,
To No. 28 Central Block,
Spring Street.
I shall bo iilad to welcome my custom
ers nl mi new quarters.
a. s. Mcdonald.
ri Ji ir
NOTICE.
Persons who desire to become conver
sant with photography will bo insiructed
in the art by me upon an expeditious
method and at moderate rates.
SECOND-HAND OUTFITS FOR
SALE, AT $100. $200 AND
UP TO SIOOO.
Those arc decided bargains, and tlie
purchasers are certain of large proQts.
V. WOLFENtsTKIN,
npSlf Wwllenstelu'H Art Gullery.
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the
late firm of B. 1). WILSON A CO. are
hereby notified and requested to present
tlie same at once to the uuderMened, at
bits residence, at San Marino. Los Ange*
Ick county; Hnd all persons indebted to
said firm are hereby notified and request
ed to settle their accounts without delay.
Dated April 17th, 1878.
aplStt J. DE BATtTFT BIIORB.
Per T. A It.
BUSINESS CARDS.
Largest Auction House in
the City!
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Two dorm Enst or Old Stand,on court
ST., opposite Court House.
et*- REGULAR SALE on Bsturdayl
from 0 o'clock A. At. till 4 P.M. Special
Sales iniule at any time.
IiOKSE.S. WAGONS, and all kinds nf
goods bought and sold.
Reference / It. E. Hyde, Pres B'k Visnlla
by permis'n ( . .. F. Spence.Cash Com ll'k
JnlGtr 11. R. BRO vVN. Auctioneer.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOU ITIKKN CALIFORNIA.
E. W. NOTES
lias opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite Ihe Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his otd frfends 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 and do my own
work, I Intend to make my charges loss
thiiu those of anybody etso in the busi
ness, charging on real estuto two per
cent, for the flrst 81000 and one percent,
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE, HORSES,
WAGONS und all kinds of property, and
pay cash.
N. B.—Saturday's fains commence at 10
A. M. and closo ut 4 l*. K.
E. W. NOYEH,
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California.
BVtl
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
NEW PLACE.
ALFRED MOORE,
(from St. Paul. Minnesota,) la now to bu
found ut
29 Spring street,
Noxt the Dollar Stire. send along your
Furniture, stoves, Redding, Horsoi, Bug
gies, Wagons and other merchandise you
may hava to dispose o p . Auction every
Saturday morning at II o'clock precise
ly. Real Estate sales also attended to.
n'in-Om
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms 13 and U, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
septOtf
John E. Jackson.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND KTTRVEYOit.
Room TI Temple Block. slBtf
W.U.J. BIIOOKS. GEORGE J. CtiABKB,
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
CtS"ALLEN'S BUIDINO, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
J; A. Cabby. tuos. a. Fagat».
DOWNEY CTIY
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
EiattfltuH. Homes. Lots and Other Prop
eriy Buuyht and Sold on commlsstou,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. F.VGAN Is also an Atti rncy-at-Law.
mrTO f
TO LEASE.
"El MolinoFarm."
For business and educational reasims,
desiring to remove into LoJ Angeles, I
will lease
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including rosidenco ami
horses, inule-i, wagon, harness, agricul
tural iin piemen U, etc., for i lie term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 201 acres, on which
arelO.OOt) grape vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 000 lemon
and lime trees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almond, fig, apricot,
plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; twoor three acres of alfftlln, tlfty
acres vacant amble land, and
TilE WHOLE TRACT AIJUN'DANTLY
WATERED.
Attached to tbe resldeneo is a •paolOUl
bath-room, supplying hot, col i ami
shower baths. There is also a
ROOM, table and nppurLenancts,
The farm is most eligibly situated in
tbe FRUIT BELT of the
San Cabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Angeles
city, and near the Railroad Station oi
San uabriel Mission. 11 not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRK
PROPERTY
On advantageous terms, to-wlt: Ono*
third cash, the balance lv ono, two, three
and four years, ut 10 percent, ioterest per
annum interest, payable semi-annually.
K.J. C. KEWEN,
N»s. 10 A 11 strelllz Building, Spring St.
H. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2ltl
S. HELLMAIT,
TEMPLE BLOCK.
Has Just re-elved (rom Eastern manufac
turers a variety of Dec iratlng Vines and
sprays, Parlor Kaleidoseopos, aud a full
line of White and Walnut Splints, chess
Boards and Men. UIJ'SU
Montana Meat Market.
FKIKI.I Nil Ili A FRANK, fIBM
The beHtand tenderewt Meath
In the market. None but tbe mwmtrrt
Hrimost Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Not " the address— Mon
tana Meat Market. Main Htroei, near
First, Los Amreleß
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
This hotel lakes In an entire block,
front Ins 320 feet on Requena street, 100 on
Main aud 05 feet on Los Angeles street.
THE ROOMS
Arc airy, an I nil contain Spring Bods,
with tlie latest Improvements.
THE TABLE
Is supplied with Hie b'st the market
affords.
RATES MODERATE.
A Free Omnibus ii attached to the ho
tel, and baggage is conveyed gratis to
and from the depot.
The United States Hotel Is cjntrally
' located, oppoiite the Court House, aud is
near the Postorllce and Land office.
Call and see us. You will receive good
treatment. HENRY HAMMEL.
A. H. DENKER.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIGUE & CO..
Proprietors.
The St. Charles is located in the busi
ness centre of the city, and is the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel In Southern California.
Free coach to tho house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
Bef*W'estern Union Telegraph in Hotel
offlce. Jylltf
MOJAVE HOTEI,
Mcjnve Junction, Cal.
rpULS HOUSE 18 NOW PBPARED tfU-K
X to receive its numerous patron nJu-jL
and the traveling public in general. Be
ing entirely new and splendidly Inr
nished, it alTords superior accommoda
tions.
ITS TABLK D* HOTS
Is second to none in Southern California
THK BAU is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIA.HD BOOM is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an 1
supper. It is the point of departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Uordo and I'an
umint. TheolMceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The patronage of c
traveling public U respectfully solicited.
MATTHEW.** A BOYD,
ft'2l-tf Proprietors.
THE
Commercial Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
tS THK ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THE CITY.
V. I>OI., Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA HADRE VILLA,
A Private HMel on the mesa or table
lands of the sierra Mmlre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the Man (i.i
bilel orange groves; la four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
A School for children on thepiemisee.
For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O.
Box IUI, Los Angeles.
ANAHEIM HOTEL,
Cob oi' CENTER & LEMON Sts.
*yit "OM9 largo, sunny and ulry ."RO
TABLE supplied with all tho luxuries
tho market affords.
cart REE COACH to tho Hotel.
nplStr E. DUNHAM,Proprietor.
FOR SALE.
RARE CHANCE FOR A
BARGAIN.
70 Accrs in the Azusa-Duarte
Water Right* Perfect and
Title Cood.
FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR
RAL ON PREMISES.
BurFIFTEEN AOBISB IN WALNUTS,
five years' growth. Also, variety of Fruit
Trees between thewulnuts.
TERMS MODERATE Apply person
ally or by letter lo
A. J. HORN,
mr2tr Postmaster at El Monte.
(If X = O.H I rer day, at home
90 f. tt>A\J Hemples worth (I,
free. KTiKi.:t A Co., PoAlsnd, Mo.
niariid w
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
IVTo. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
i3l Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern
CPll'ornia. His old customers and tbe
public will And it the place to get BEST
STYLES aud FITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOESKINS,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CASSIMEREB,
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to tho prin
cipal aentlemen of the city, lor whom he
has made clothing.
•TNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good fitting suits. dec3o-tf
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS'
BAN I<
Of Los Augeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
Cashier
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isaias W. Hellhan, Eugene Meyer,
O. W. CHH.DB, 1.. C. Goodwin,
Chahlks Ducommun, Jose Mascahel,
John s. Griffin, c. E. Thorn.
Frank Lecotjvkkur.
Exchange for sule ou
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Iluy nnd SSel 1
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
aud Silver Bullion.
From and nßerthls date, on all moneys
b' l an Term Deposits. Interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Bank
Of Los Augeles.
Authorized Capital 300.U00
M.S. PATRICK President
E. F. RPENCE CsshieJ
DIRECTORS.
M. S. Patrick, H. H. Mott.
A. A. Wilcox, H. Mabcry.
M. WOODWOKTH, I. LANKEHBHIM,
O. S. WITHKRBV, JNO. G. CAPROPt,
J. E. HOL.LENBKCK,
This Rank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open aecuunt, issue Certificates
of Depii-ut, and transact a general Bank
luti Bu-slnsu,
Collections made and prnr-eeds remitted
at cuirent rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIN STRRET,
Los Angeles Cal
Capita! Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. B. Bt-.AT.TSON Prealdaal
It. rt. B.IKKIt Vice-President
J. M. KI.MuTT Cashier
DIRECTORS,
j. s. si.acson, p. BaaansT,
V. A. HooVEK, ItOBKItr S. li IKKK,
J. BIXBY, (ISO. W. PMBSCOVV
A. W. Ill) WM AN.
Hscetve Savings ll.ink il,-posits.
Boy uml sell exebange ou yan FranclHco,
Ni-w York, I.ondun, Purls, lterlln and
t'liinkfurt.
II ij exsbaaga on all partßo r the Unltod
'states a.id Europe.
Receive money on open nei-nimt and Cer
tificate of Deposit, anT do a general
bunktngand cxcb-inge business.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
corner of
Alameda and First Streets
!>: - \ 1.1 us 117
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
IAIMUISXI YA.III3S
—AN n —
PLANING MILLS,
No. is i'ommercl»l Htrest, near
HitltroiMt I»oi»ot. mrH)-tr—
J. G. JACKSON
I-iiiinl>ei* Denier
Corner Alameda and fir»t Streets
PKAI.KIt IN
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES. PI ASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
HAIR.
4*. m aaaa as. salary. »•>«#■■
*nl f "'"WSV!,
VAslVVi.aisniiii., ciaaHii«
an
NO- 153
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Notice.
AIM AnjtelM 1 udge r
of this Lodge are held on i"«
nmMONDAY ofesch u.on't
.v. « 7; iJ. p - *• Members or Peniai
pha l J 1 ? 2 ' and * 1] Master Ms son* l v
good standing are cor4lally Invited
By orderof the w : .M:.
Chab. Bmith, Searstarr.
Lis Angeles Chapter Ne. 33, H:• m;.
tj!*" con vocations on a,.
MONDAY of sash month
?K, P. M. at Masonic Sstl.
Sojourning companions In
fo^H SU S Jl "*. ,ordl » Jl r In
vited. By order of
Q a C. TOY, H. P
Sam. PKACisa,
Secretary.
Lot Angeles Council Ng. 11, Rayal atuj
Sslecl Mailers, F. * i. J.™
Holds Its stated assemblies on ttas elli
Monday or each "onth at Masonic Hall
»» T -»» .«■■ "„ Sojourning Companions In
good standing are fraternally InTiiod tv
attend. By order of the TV. 11l •.
It. O. CUNNINGHAM* BeeordVr.
TEMPLAR
De Lion CoiKsundsry Nt.
Holds Its stated conclaves at tbe As*,
lum in Masonic Hall on th. VkEi
THURSDAY of each mon'll "l 7W
<■• , Sojourning Knights ; smpla' v,
good standing are sard lAI y In,Re3 ~. „'£
tend. By order of the
J. C. LITTLBFISLn, Rei
I. o. o.
I r.,. MONDAY eve
at Odd Fel ours' Hall
visiting and sojourning
standing are Invited to <i i. 3
Fred, y. WooD,'Ke c F
'■os Angeles Lodge H,
.rtegular m , „„
WE DN ESDA' , ~,
week at
~™"~~ lourntng bret
standing aro cordially lv-
J. W
A. Frank, R. S.
Orange Grovs Enesmpmei
0. F.
■ussawe... REGULAR M
aSßßt'ii ihe Heco
o
,•• 1% P. m. BoJ
archs In good .landing a'
ted to attend.
O - I'H O aLnTi
B. Mariskk. Scribe.
§ Knight* of
OLIVE LOD
meets every Tho"
7 o'clook, at th
Downey Block. All sojt
in good standing are .mr.
„ „ „ I- A. DUN
C E. Milks, K. of H. a.
Confidence Engine Co: ' •■ 2.
« REGULAR
/'WS I this Com pan --
. jrZ&rV on the Urst
of <' ni - 1
- "'ailiniW? ° MOO
———sssss—ss.
SIR ASTLEY C(
VITAL REBTC ATJV
The great English rem.
Debility, Spermatorrhea
Deoline of Physical Fore
The Vital Ret rat
Will positively cure, t
permauently, any case o
VITALITY or Nervous
acute or of long standin
sex, no matter from w
duced.
The Vital Ret
Is a thoroughly sctentifl
uot a quack nostrum,
sale to lake; Is please
supplies to the cerebro
pathetlc system of nerv
Purifies and £ riches
The blooj. rejuvenating
Ing both mind anu boo .
both iv this country and
testify to the great restor
of this really great mcdii i
Trice, 83 per bottle, o
quantity lor 810. Sent ti
cure Ironi observation.
Aiidress all letters lo
A. E. MLNTIJ M. D.,
.1. l adunteof the Univer
vania and late Reside'
Orthopaedic Hospita
Phis,)
No. 712 Montgomery Si
Sole Agent.
P. S.-DR. MINTIE c:
in reference to the above
ing office hours from 8 i M -
daily,and from 6 to 8 • h.
Sunoays, 10 A. It. to 1 p. »
FREE. Thorough exam
vice. 85. Full direction.
with every package oi ni
The Steams as,
A I.l' HI: II UOUIAM
512 Market St.. Han 1,
80,000 «
able for the culture of 0< rtoaok
Linies.Flgs, Almonds, W;
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, C<
Flax, Kamie, Cotum, etc.
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pa
able for Dam \q.
Good water Is abunda: »< an
depth of six feet from the
most every acr« of this
ARTESIAN WELLS car
tbe more elevated port •.
Sated by the water of th« > 1 , V ftr
lost of these lands are i >riu£
requiring only good cult v
crops.
TERMS—One-fourth '<■
one, two and three je«'
interest.
I will take pleasure
lands to parties seeklitg
invited to come and i
tract before purchasing
WM R -i; <*»t
Anaheim, Los Angele?
I 87
ACRICULTURA
IMPLC I T«,
HKNHY G
Hits removed his Agrir
ment Store i
Wo. 24 Aliso
Next door to Lftmbouru A
Bnruell & Ho
Landscape Carrie.„ «„ii.„.
Garden Contractors.
J*lf 183 SPRING UT. »

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