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£0.0 guv.Ud. ..ullahed eve./ uioruliis. except Men day, BY .1 < >ran:l J H 1>- LYNCH. , £RMS FOR DAILY HERALD: annum, by malt nreiprinia ■I eolith* " " J s ee months " " - 8 > nvered by carriers, pci weet,...„25 oents sangeleswleklyheralc -published every Saturday morninii. TKRMh ■ -year.by mail or •>rti:e*.,(.nocopy..Sß»X months, " " " " —J n .. cc •' " " " " m ilvertlsomeuts Inserted at reasonable I o«M. •• » Tllnd. et Job-Work done to - ■»,•<•(• with Man Franrlaco Ist .v.tyln, ami Elew-auec ol Work. '. . ~.lil;*. LAWYERS. J. A. GRAVES, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL LOR AT LAW. ROOM No. 1 STRELITZ BLOCK. jjstr JOHN C. MORGAN, ATTORNEY AT 1. A. VV, nintf SANTA f/iONICA. . K.HOWARD. ft H. HOWARD. J. BROSSEAU. Howard, Rrossean & Howard, 1 ITOItNKY. AND COUNSELLORS A \TI.\W. R 0m«,86,»7 and «BTem • o> lllock., tlilrd floor, Los Angelea. (ebe-tf HENRY T. HAZARD, «TTOHNEYATLAW iFFICE — R cm, 8 ami 9 Downey ~, ~,(£. lasl-ti 8. C. HUBBELL, AITORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4 Ducnmuiun a Block, corner Main A ommerclal atreela, Loa Angelea. may7-tf . ■■! *<-—■«-, »«™ > a. CHAPMAN. H. «• SMITH jLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, YTTORNICYS at law, •rKICE-TKMPLE BLOCK up-atalra, law « eeles. California. oc'i-lf—3 F. P. Ramirez, ATTORNK V AT 1./ AW. OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, I.os Ange es. ni2-lm VV. U. H. Russell, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL LOR AT LAW. a«rßooms 2 and I, Allen's Building, corner of Spring aud Temple Sts. alaif PHYSICIANS. Dr. Klrkpatrick. i dice and Reaidenoe-No. 15FRANKLIN STREET. fe2B-lm Or. N. P. RICHARDSON, I ">>ysiclan and e*»irtreon It - denre. Fori Hill, I Offlce, No. 19DOW ■l t=oa Vlata Street. I ueyßlock,upstairs. J. HANNON, M. D., t i > IINTY PHYSICIAN. I) 'OMB 9 4 11, LAN FRANCO BLOCK. \ ites'dence Downey Avenue, East lyi* -. near the cud of street rail * Voice hours from 10 to 12 A. v.; from 1 to 1 r. J. ap2otf Dr. Joseph Kurtz lias removed his office to No. 82 MAIN STREET, over Doller A Bradley's Furul lure store. OIHoe Hours-Frnm 10 to 12, i lo 6 and 8 to 11. Residence —luicna Vista street. myltf J. Becutingsr, M. D., (OF VIENNA,) I>IIYBICIAN TO THE ITALIAN W dependeut and French M. B. Hocle -11... Ooattstof the Frenoh Hospital in s.ui Franolsco. All chronic obstinate eases' aad operatloua on the eyes attend . ,i in, ' or KICK — No, 701 Sacramento street, vi r..«rof Kearoy. Resldenoe—BE. cor ner Mason and I'acldc streets, San Frau ci.co. ooBly Dr. Chin Quong Zln, CIIINEBE DOCTOR. OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar cadia streets. MO-cures all kinds of diseases. Office hours lrom y to 12 a. m. and from 2 to a ami 7 toO P. M. apOOtf HUGHES' Russian and Electric Baths, SIGNORET'S BUILDING, opposite Merced Theater. R. HUGHES, In returning thanks to thu publlo for their liberal patronage, cau with confidence recommend his 18-A-THIS As tue great PURIFIER mdEQUAL i/, •: It of the Human body, enabling the ■ystem to throw off Its Impurities aud alving to the lungs one-sixth more luspl rat in i of air than can beoutaine l by bra lining, by oponlng the pores of the skin and giving full play to the Insensi ble respiration so necessary to physical health. o«T*A female constantly on hand to waitou ladles. i ipen from BA. M. to 7 p. M. s23tf CYPRESS HEOGE PLANTS. 1 have now on head a few thousand of the MONTEREY CYPRESS. v.hlch makes such a handsome hedge. They are In boxes, ie that they can he lifted on,, with tha Wlrfnaw Tn»n,nl.nl.r urar- I*H-tra aUa/atreet. tw Jlui .t>U air. Rcbbeck, X>o»«t*aj S?««raeners and n street, near Co JCI-tr ■ Los Angeles Daily Herald. Morning Telegrams. Paaaeataera Utiliaa so.niai. Mojave, Aug. 17.—J C Nevln. Mrs M McCague, GPeltzer, Mrs W H Wood, W P Johnson, W M Clif ford, (Jen E A Carbiu, E L Cox, H S Allen, M W Reed, Mrs L Hast, I. R Hodgkins. ■au aYroi.eiset,— S liajeraiid'a C7aae r»IIM in Ilia OrOKuil llm- 50... lta. lael IliUienlllia. Pan Francisco, Aug 17.—1t will be remembered that about a month after tbe recent election one Fitz gerald , a member of tlie Working men's parly, filed a complalut iu tbe 12th District Court against Registrar Kaplan, claiming dama ges of $5,000 for throwing out his name from Ihe register and depriv ing him of his vote. The summons has never been served ou Kaplau. It now transpires that Fitzgerald did vole. On being at first denied a vote at the polls, Filzgerald went (o Kaplau and found his name had been dropped by mistake arising from tlie similarity of the name to some other Fitzgerald. Kaplau corrected the mistake and gave Fitzgerald a note lo the Inspector at the polls. Fitzgerald made the necessary affidavit and his vote was duly received lo proof of which all the accompanying papers \fpio found. It therefore appears that the suit has been brought merely for effect, and that Kearney has been making use of it In his Eastern tour as evi dence of unfair treatment to which his followers were subjected. The latest advices from Bau Ra fael are to the effect that all is quiet there. Wellnok was Inter viewed last evening by a Call re porter and stated that he would to day go to San Rafael and ask tbe contractors on the road to discharge the Chinese aud employ an equal number of whites at the same wages. He will then ou Sunday at the sand lots call for the necessary number of men to take the places of the Chinese. He will march them to the scene of work and rut them In the place of the Chinese. He further stated in effect as his reason for dissuading the workingmen from violence at tho recent mass meeting at San Ra fael, that a lot of drunken fellows came up there wild with excite ment lo attack the Chinese, but ■ hat they had no back bone to them aud by the time they had marched half a dozen miles and the effects of the whisky had worked off they would ull have backed down from the undertaking. ■tiusiei.. llrus. Fmii. San Francisco, Aug. 17tli.—The Einslelu Bros., boot and shoe deal ers und manufacturers, suspended yesterday. The liabilities are esti mated at $800,000, half of which is due to Hasty n creditors. The assets consisting of goods, factory, out standing accounts and real estate are supposed to be heavily encum bered. The failure is due to heavy losses in stock speculation carried on by two members of tbe firm in tlie firm name, but iu opposition to the wishes of Ihe other members and without their knowledge. mn IrsucUM Markets. San FitAscisco, August 17th.— Flour, firm and unchanged. Wheat, good export demand; good ship ping, f 1.7&®1.77}; milling, $1.75© 1 80. Barley, bay feed, firm, $1.02} ©1.12}; brewing, $1 12}©1.15; coast feed, dull ami weak, 90 C.©sl.oo. Oils, old, firm; new, dull; all kinds feed, $1 firstname.lastname@example.org; milling, 1 65© 1.70. Corn, Eastern yellow, $1 80. Rye, firm, $120©125. Other articles unchanged. D"'**!** rraeu* H-iHrsin Wsitsrs San Francisco, Aug. 17.—Two waiters, Audrew Jackson and D. W. Daniels, employed on the river steamer Alice Garratt, quarrelled while the boat was lying at tbe wharf this morning, when Jackson drew a pistol and shot Daniels through the breast, indict ing a probably fatal wound. Jackson was arrested. Attneliiuenls AKi.luslElusS. I*. Bros. San Francisco, Aug. 17.—Tbe attachments levied ou the firm Einstein Bros, thus far are as fol lows: Bv S. W. Levy, $07,930; D. Meyer, $40,000; CJ. Marcles, $20, -000; A. Weil, $15,000; I. Kohn, $24,525; E. J. Lebreton, $15,000; F. French, $12,015; M. Herman, $10, -000. nruiilieil l*. 1ie,,11, -Ue«r V.. lt-j- Ni».up iim Itiinii-il. San Bernardino, Aug. 17.—A little sou of Mr. Joseph ('add, aged seven years, was crushed to death between two saw logs at Van Slyko & Summers's sawmill vesterday. The fine forty stamp mill at Bear Valley, belonging to Lucky Bald win, waß entirely destroyed by lire night before last; supposed to be the work of an incendiary. Tlie Seoiirae nt ureuus, Grenada, Miss., Au«. 17.—The scene iu this plague-stricken town for the past tweniy-four hours beg gars dtscriptlon. Tbe strongest men, together with the women and helpless children, are sick and dy ing alike. The official death list for tbe last twenty-four hours numbers 17. Tlie population has decreased to a little ever 200 whites. But few new cases are reported as there is no materi al to work on. Tbe deaths are mostly of old oases. M. Freeman aud wife, from New Orleans, en route to New York, were put off the train this morning. Both are oases of well developed Yellow Fever. McKsnsn »u His War Pniu. New Orleans, August 17th. — A On Uiaalnn «.i.-a .nn.1.l F-« " ' [at two a'cio; S frier moruittg. 'Tue advance gus, ior - i the 'Wet early this morning and , toe mvu column litis been cros-i LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18. 1878. tlllery is well supplied with am munition. Tbey are on the trail of stolen animals which were taken across into Mexico two days ago. aiileldo at Vniirjo. Vallejo, Aug. 17.—Oscar War ner, barkeeper uf tbe Frisbie lions., Seuth Vallejo, committed suloide last night by shooting himself through tbe temple. No cause is known to have induced the act further than that he was depressed over business reverses. The de ceased was a native of Massachu setts, about forty years old and a member of the Masonic fraternity. Altii c Urssl Tails. Washington, Aug. 17.—The Post, this morning, publishes the statement that Assistant Postmas ter General Tyner, lv a conversa tion with some personal friends of his since bis late trip to Europe, re marked that he had conversed with several leaders of the Grant move in km t uud thay are earnest In push ing Gen. Grant for tha Presidency. He said tbat the choice of the man for the second place ou the ticket embarrassed the Grant managers v good deal until the name of Gen. Key was suggested when it was adopted at ouce. The roller luviellirMllfiia. New York, Aug. 17.—Johu A. Leete agaiu took the stand and read several letters from Kellogg, oue of which is as follows: Willard's Hotel, Feb. 25, '77. Dear Leete: I received your let ter. It looks now as if theeount would progress uud Hayes be de clared President before the 4th of March. I noticed what yon wrote about that Times special. I im mediately telegraphed denials to the Times. TH. Yelluw Fever Qunmunnr. Little Rock, Aug. 17.—Passen ger and freight trains are still run ning through from St. Louis tn Texas on the St. L. I. M. &S. R. R. Health officers are stationed at Pop lar'BlufTs and Bismarck, Mo., to examine all passengers and freight. The officers of the road aro working In harmony with the Board of Health. All trains between this city aud Mem phis are Btopped. No signs of fever here, 'ibe quauantiue is strictly enforced. The passengers who were stopped two nights ago at tbe couuty line on the Memphis road are still there, permission beinii re fused them to enter tbe city. o|.|> cc the AMU Socialist Bill. London, Aug. 17th.—German Ultratuontaues and Progressiouists bitterly oppose the new autl- Socialist bill before the Federal Cabinet. The National Liberals are undecided. Their support would secure the adoption of the bill. tboiil Hoedel*. Kalf emlotl. New York, August 17th.—Tlie Tribune's Berlin special says of the execution of Hoedel. He received the announcement at first stolidly, but afterwards betrayed great agi tation. Some difficulty had been expi tieiiced iv obtaining au execu tioner. It is reported that the man who at last accepted the task is a respectable butcher of Berlin. When conducted to the place of execution Hoedel trembled, his countenance was ashy. The exe cution was very quietly done. He was made to kneel down, when the executioner raised an immense double-handed sword and (lie head fell upou the scaffold. It is re ported that tbo executioner refused any reward. ■Iteeulailou sb ,ut tiae sjertnan ■I—■)—tMi London, Aug. 17.—The attempt ed assassination of the Russian Chief of Police is the subject of comment here. The theory is ad vanced that it was tbe work of secret societies, und was in retalia tion for tlie execution of Hoedel al Berlin yesterday morning. A bond of sympathy is said to exist between the secret societies of Russia, Germany and Fiance, and the fact that 1 Inciters sentence was to bo carried out was known at St. Petersburg this morning. It is said that both Hoedel and Nobel lug, who la soon to meet Hoedel's fate, are believed to have been iv association with Russluu societies. Il>ii U«l'« Kxceillleu. Before the execution, Hoedel asked for wine for supper, and drank to the Commune and the leaders of the Social Democracy. When the sentence was read on the scaffold, he spat disdainfully and cried, "Bravo." He refueed the ministrations of a chaplain, declaring them useless, as it would take years to convert him. Leading persons,including officials, judges, police and twelve citizens atteuded the execution, whieii is generally approved. An ofHcial notice of the execution has bean posted throughout the city as a warning. It required but a single stroke of tbe axe to decapitate Hoedel. The remains were imme diately buried. TUe Sit P»<s»ban ««•«>..lumlun. St. Petersburg, Aug. 17th.—As Gen. Mezeulhow, Chief of the Em peror's Pilvate Police, was leaving a shop he was tired upon by two persons with revolvers and fell wounded. The assassins jumped Into adrowsky and drove oft'. They have not yet been arrested. <***««. BK-arMJa.ifv Dead. .ST. Petersburg, Aug. I".—Gen. Mezenlzow, Chief of the Emper or's private police, died of tbe wounds received from his two as sassins. He was stabbed above the heart, ■ 1 ),<• ,t»s i is' i,wn In sr. |- BUSINESS CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Dlock, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. septrjtf W. 11. J. IIROOK3. OEORQKJ. CI.AttKK. BROOKS & CLARKE, Searchers of Records and Examiners of Titles. Mr ALLEN'S BUIDING, corner Sprlug and Temple streets. J. A. OAKitr. Tiios. A. Faoan. DOWNEY CITY REAL ESTATE AUENCY. Ran ■!!■-.i, House*. f*ofs and Oilier Prop erly Bought und Sold ou torn mission, By Carey & Fagan, DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA. Mr. FAGAN Is also au Attorney-at-Law. mrlO f BANKING HOTJBBB. FARMERS' a MERCHANTS' MANH Of I.os Augeles. CAPITAL 600,000 OO ISAIAS W. HULLMAN President L. c. Goodwin Vioe-PrMld.nt JOHN MILNER Secretary BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ISAIAS W. HEI.LXAN, EtTOKNK MIYEK, 0. W*. Childs, L, C. Goodwin, Chaki.lB Ditommln, Jose Mascakki., John s. Griffin, C. E. Thou, Frank Lecouvreor. FtcMnge for sale on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARrS, BERLIN and HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Uuy and Sell LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will also pay the highest price for Gold anil Silver million. From and after this date, on all moneys te t in. Term Deposits, Interest will be al (oared. Commercial Bank Ol Los Augeles. Authorized Capital • 300,000 J. E. HOLI.KNBECK President E. F. SI'KNCK Cashier DIRECTORS. A. H. WIiOOX, W. WOODWOBTH, -i. H. Mori . H. MAROKY, 1. LANKERSUIM, O. S. WXTHKRBY, E. F. SPKNOK, J. E. IIOI.LKNUEOK, This Bank Is prepared to receive de posits on open account, Issue Certificates of Deposit, and transact a general Bank tug Business. Collections made and proceeds remitted at cmront rates of exchange. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK. MAIN STREET, Los Angeles „ Cal Capital Stock (paid up;, 300,000 J. 8. BLAUBON „ President R.S. BAKK.It Vice-President J.M. ELLIOTT Caahler DIRECTORS. J. 8. BI.AOSON, P. RKACIIKY, V. A. Hoover, Robert s. Bakxb, J. Bixbt, Geo. W. Prkscott A. W. Bowman. Reoelve Savings Bunk deposits. Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco, New York, London, Paria, Berlin and Frankfort. B ly exchange on all parts of the United States aad Europe. Receive money on open account and Cer tificate of Deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. SQi FASHION tfpi Livery and Sale Stable, WILSON a YOUNG, MAIN ST., Opposite Aroadia St. Horses nnd Carriages, Single or Double, and Saddle Horaea kepi constantly on hand for the accommodation of the pub- 1 lie. Horses Boarded by tbe day, week or i month at reasonable rates. Conveyances furnished for private or public occaslena at the shortest notloe and upon as reas onable terms oa at any First Class Establishment tn Southern California. In:«f WILSON A YOUNG, drop's, WAGONS ANO CARRIAGES. The best c.irrage and wagon work can >c had at Mission San Gabriel, )ppo«lte Ihe foatolßce. The BEST MA PKKI\L will be used and the LOWEST •Rf X chanted. <nr REPAIRING and in use shoeing a specialty. Jyl7-lm SAINT POL St CO. HOTELS. United States Hotel, HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's. Cor. Main and Requena Sts. This hotel takes la au entire block, fronting 820 feel on ftenuena street, IUO ou Main and 65 feet on I.os Angeles st reet. TIIK ItOOJIH Are airy, nnd all contain Spring- lieds, with tbe latest Improvements. THIC T-rVnXaK Is supplied with tbe best tbe market affords. HATIC-j >101 > Kit A'l'lli. A Free Omnibus Is attached to the ho tel, and baggage is conveyed gratis to and from the depot. The United .Skates Hotel Is o-wtrally located, opposite tbe Court House, aud is near the Postoflice and Land Office. Call and see us. You will receive good treatment. HENRY HAMMKL. A. H. DENKER. ST. CHARLES HOTEL LOS ANGELES, CAL., 8. W. CRAICU2 A CO. Proprietors. The St. Charles is located iv the busi ness centre ofthe city, and is tlie largest, most elegant and completely organised Hotel lv Southern Calirornht. Free coach to the bouse. J. A. GORDON, Manager. •sTWcslern Union Telegraph In Hotel office. Jylltf MOJAVE HOTEL Mojavo Juno tl ou, Onl. THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPAKKD to receive Its nnmcrous patron a aud the traveling public tn geueral. Be ing entirely new aud splendidly fur nished, it affords superior accommodu tlons. ITS TABLE D' HOTE Is second to none In Southern California. THE BAR Is sups-lied with the choicest brands of wines, liquors and cigars. An elegant BILLIARD ROOM is also attached to the house. All trains stop here for breakfast an.l supper. Jt Is the point of departure for tbe celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.— Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and l*an amlnt. The office of the LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is at this hotel. The patronage of c traveling public Is re*peotfully soliolted. MATTHEWS A BOYD, fe3.-tf Proprietors. NOW OPEN. SIERRA MADRE VILLA, A Private Hotel on tho mesa or table lands of tlie Hlerra Mudrc Mountains. Climate unsurpassed for Summer or Winter Residence. Commands a charming view" of valley and mountain, overlooking tbe San (Jn brlel orange groves; is four miles from railroad and telegraph station; house en tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains all modern conveniences. For particulars nddtess proprietor, P. O. Box IHI, Los Angeles. ANAHEIM HOTEL, - Cor. of CENTER & LEMON Sts. •yitCOMS large, sunny and airy .••en TABU supplied with all tbe luxuries tbe market affords. us-EKEE COACH to the Hotel. apl3tf fl. DUNHAM, Proprietor. FOR SALE. RARE CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN. 70Acersinthe Azusa-Duarto Water Rights Perfect and Title Good. FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR RAL ON PREMISES. il»-FIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS, five years* growth. Also, variety of Fruit Trees between the walnuts. TERMS MODERATE. Apply person ally or by letter to A. J. HORN, mrji r Postmaster at El Mont*. Rubottom Ranch for Sale. This valuable property, containing EIGHTY/-SIX ACRE.*, one of the most eligible to Investors In Southern Califor nia, la lor sale. Good title and abund ance of water. It la in the heart of the beautiful ami productive Han Jose Val loy, thirty miles from Los Angelea. Hotel Furniture* Fixtures, ALSO, FOR BALE. A RARE BARGAIN la presented. 11l health, ami a desire to give my wife a change ofacene aad air, are the motives which lnduoa me to aell. Address, for terms, mrjuti \V. W. RUBOTTOM. Spadra. BlMm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PHIL. HIRSOHFELD, (SUCCESSOR TO UPHAM •*£ RA.E.J 71 MAIN ST., DOWNEY BLOCK, WHOLESALE AND Ith.TAIL DRALER IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, MUSIC, FANCY GOODS AND PICTURES. KKEPS THE LARCEfeT and BEST ASSORTED STOCK irv SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. PICTURE FRAMES Made to Order. NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY RECEIVED. aM-im F. Q. H ANN A & CO., 173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, SELL ALL KINDS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS. ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder, The Most Successful Machine on the Coast. The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake. Stover & Freeport Windmills, THE BEST in tlio WORL D PUMPS ANP TANKS A SPECIALTY. JteT-DON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA lE. W. KOTES Has opened oat at No. 1 MARKET ST., opposite ibe Court House, and will be pleased lo serve bis old friends and tbe public, funicular 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 oharijes less than those of any body else lv the basl ucss, charging on real estate iwo per ceut. for tbe first 11000 and ona percent, on all sums above that amount. Will tuy FURNITURE. HORSES, WAGONS aud all klnda of property, and pay casn. N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at lv i A. a. and close at 4 r. K. E. W. NO YES. Oldest Anctlonoer In Southern California. nv2l Largest Auction House in the City! H. R. BROWN, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT ST., opposite Court Hou..u. ■r REGULAR SALE on Saturdays from 9 o'clock A. M. till 1 v. m. special Sales made at any lime. HORSES. WAGONS, and all kluda ul goods bought aud sold. Reference fR. E. Hyde.Prea B'k Visalia by permls'n \ F. Speuoe, Cash Com B'k Jaietf H. R. BROWN. Auciloncer. DIVIDEND NOTICE. The (iyiarleily Dividend, No. 19, at the rateof 12 par out. per annum, on the capital stock of the Farmers' and Mer chants' Bank ot Los Angeles for the threemontlis ending July Ist, 1878, has been declared by Its Board of Trustees, payable at once. I3AIAB W. HELLMAN, President. Lea Angc'.es, July 6, 1878. MERCHANT TAILOR. J. STRELITZ, Fashionble Merchant Tailor, XTo. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street, J> Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST, FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern Cali'oruia. His old customers and the public will And It the place to get BEST STYLES and FITTING obtainable. NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOESKINS, DIAGONALS, FANCY CASSIMERES, VELVET A SILK VELVETING, Constantly on hand. Refers to the prln. cipal icentiemen of the city, lor whom he has made clothing. Star No necessity to aend to San Fran cisco for good Hi una salts. decir>tf LOS ANCELES Exotic Gardens & Nursery ®LOB ANGELES STREET, In «B> rear of Cathedral. Iwnnld respectfully announce to my old customers nnd the public generally that I have on hand and shall keep eve rylhing In my line of business—TßEES, SHRUBS, PLANTS, etc., wholesale and retail,aud at LOWEST PRICKS. Orders from abroad promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de livered free of charge in the city. LOUIS J. STENGEL, rar2-2m Formerly Shaeffer A Stengel. FRENCH DRUC STORE! T. CHEVALIER'S STORE Has beeu removed from SIQNOREI'd BLOCK lo Cardona Block, 118 Main St., Opposite tbe Mariposa Store. FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN PATEN I' MEDICINES. PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES. s*sr Prescriptions prepared with great care. d-itf TO LEASE. "ElMolinoFarm." For business snd educational reasons, deal ring to remove Into Los Angeles. 1 wilt lease " EL MOLING FARM," Including residence and out-bulldlngs horses, mule*, wagon, harness, agricul tural lmpleineuts, etc., for the terra of TWO OU THREE YEARS. The form consists or 204 acres, on which are 40.000 grape vines, over 2,000 orange trees, 700 English walnut trees, 000 lemon and Hue trees; also a number of black walnut, pecan, almond, tig. apricot,V plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas, 1 etc.; twoor three acres of alfalfa, fifty aorta vacant arable land, and THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY WATERED. Attached to the residence Is a spacious bath-room, supplying hot, colt snd Hbower baths. There ia also a MILLIARD ROOM, table aud appurtenances. The farm la moat eligibly situated In the FRUIT BELT of the San Gabriel Mission Valley About eight miles *a«t of Las Angeles city, and near the Railroad Staflnu o' Sun Gabriel Mission. It not leased, I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE PROPERTY On advantageous terms, to-wlt: One third cash, thebalan n e In one, two, three and (ouryears,at 10 prroent. lutereatper annum Interest, payable aemt-anniially. j X J C KKWKN Nos. 10*11 Straltta Bulidlng, Spring*!. 1 s. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2IU KO. 68 SOCIETY NOTICES. | Mason lo Wot toe. 1 •V y >>r v, i. Lod e « are held an U nmMONDAY ofeaeh metUa at 1 ' ▼ > 7:80 r. k. MnkMtf Pe*Ug]l pha No. an. and all Maater Mesons th J good standing an ooralallr lavtted. Br order of the W: •M! • Chas. gjuTi, Seeretarr. Lisanaelei Chapter Na. St, IT- As. ■:• Stated convocations aa tv rVjjO** MONDAY or each bJUI . luy/ ISof/urning eoataejatjma lai rV/W good standing ootd laity la ( fWiTTif vited. By order of >■ \ VJt> 7 a 8.0.F0T.H. » I- f Sam. Paaoaa, • .aaaaaj—«T Seoretary. ? iTI Angelas Caaaell Nt. If, RmtajaJ ; StrNt l-attora, F. IL »„ Holds lta stated aeaeasfcUa* oa the mm ' Monday of each month at Maaaala MaO '■ good standing are fraternally myall to attend. By order of the rt;. IU;. K. q. crwVlNQHAal'aaagaaay. <fcf KNIGHTS TEMPLAR tj&ffir Cenr Dt UtjariwwMSjri It, Holdi lta stated conelarea at the a-— ■ lura In Masonic Hall, on tbe THU THURSDAY of each month,at 7X o'llH r. m. Sojourning Knigbta Templar la good standing are cordially Invited to at tend. By order or the j I. O. J. C. LnrxariaxD, Recorder. I. o. o. f. I Aaajaltt* Ledaro Be. ua. ] C 1 L °- O. F—Regular I MM| . •aSHjWor this Lodge are hehl3lK M DN DAY evening at I ofl[ 1 »t Odd Fel.ows' Hall, Downey BNSY. VlslUng and «oJournln« brothers la m~j& standing are Invited to attend. Fred, w. Wood, Bee. too, Loa Aag.les I-odge Mo. sa,l.«.*.r. jMfe V* "Si i VMW each WMk at TH o'eieek. So> lournlng brethren la aood standing are cordially Invited. . ~ „ „ J- W. BARD, W. c A. Frakx, R. & Orange Grave Encaatpataat, Ha. H,|.». 0. F. jaatw REGULAR MKCTTNCn held ■ Bun the Seoond sand PasjtQl WBWTUESDAYS or each month at , , Ty% r. at. Sojourning Patri archs in good .landing are oordially la vi ted to attend. _ C C. LLPS, C. P. B. Marxsbh. Scribe. ® Knight* of Pythla*. OLIVE LODCt, Na> at), meet, every Tburaaa* evenlßmSt ■ 7 o'clock, at tho Castle - 188. Downey Block. All sojourning KalflrU In good standing are oordially Invited. „ „ LA. DUNBMOOR.O. 0. C. E. Milks,K. of R. & Confidence Engine Compan^Hi. w REGULAR MEETINGS Ol /aW th Is Com pan y will take place LaajU. on the flrai VedneeTey era- nlug of each month, at I ..'clock. By order, W.S. MOORE, (secretary. 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MINTIE, M. a, (Graduate of the University of Pennsyl vania and late Resident Burgeon fo tna Orthopaedic Hospital of Philadel phia,) No. 722 Montgomery St., San Krauclscj. Sole Agent. P. B.—DR. MINTIB can be consulted In reference to the abovecomplahara do ing offlce hours from » a. v. tatrija. dally, and from 8 to 8 In the evenlaa. Sundays, 10 a. sr. to 1 p. at. Consultation FREE. Thorough examination aud ad vice, 15. Full directions and advice I ree with every paokaxe of medicine. lylatf THE HERALD PRINTING HO USE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK not equaled in South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se v-jre promptness and moder-j ate prices. Give this office '• a call and secure work at San, Francisco Prices and of a San Francisco finish and style. Evergreen Laundry. W-A. S HINQS Called for and delivered to any part i of the city, by Reed & Phillips, Adams St. Orders can be left at tbe book' More aaaxi I Mr. Ham Bellman. Hprlng 84. ' chfHjH