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VOL. XII.
§0$ guvatd.
'~.i11.h*4 «ve,y morulas' except Mon
day,
BY
.IUMUPH I>. LYNCH.
irrtS FOR DAILY HERALD:
l'w ,nmim, by mull ornxpress Iljj
su month. " " S
Thrae months " ,•
De-<v«reu by carriers, per woek ■ conl«
LOS HERALD
. . ibftsbed ovcry Saturday morning.
TERMS*.
jne ) »jr,by mail orexpreM.onecopy..Sßqt
Bix montlis, 11 " " „ •*•! tt
Thi -c " " " " ~« w
Advertisements Inserted hi reasonable
r»t >s.
.il mud. of Job-Work atone to
con. pete wltn San Francisco In
■-rlcc.fltyle. nnd Kleannco ol Work,
funiiahln.
Morning Telegrams.
t*nMKrnu;«rM Oin.»ir Ni.iiiii.
Mojave, July 22.—H Alsue, S
B Wright, C X Kidder, R F White,
N Nelson, E France, G W Wood,
Misa 8 Wetch, M R Vernon. G W
Home, H Luke, W Smith, B Hall.
Terrible Ekiiliimlou hi a»«tfMß«Mfr.
Sacramento, July 20.—At 12:30
to-day the whole city waa shaken
aa hy an earthquake, followed by a
terrific report, aa of a whole pack
ol heavy artillery. Instantly, from
the centre of tho mass of buildings
comprising the Central Pacific
Kallroad shops, arose a vast cloud
of smoke and steam, filled with
timhera, hrlcka, broken iron, etc.
Thouaauda of people Hocked to the
worka, aud found that the two most
easterly of the system of six huge
boilers, which furnish steam for the
great engine of the works, had ex
ploded, utterly demolishing tlie
brick boiler house, scarcely leaving
oue brick ou another.
ONE OK THE BOILERS
Parted in the middle and the fire
box end shot upward aud northerly,
and passing over a lofty pile of
wood, fell downward and through
the heavy bilck wall of the e*r
shop, landing iv tlie middle of tlie
shop. The other end parted iv two
pieces—oue large section shooting
south through the heavy brick wall
of the machine shop and falling in
the centre of it. Another piece
weut easterly aud passed through
the heavy brick wall of the black
smith shop. Tlie other boiler was
torn, but did uot move far. A der
rick maat eighteen iuchea square,
heavily ironed, waa snapped oil'
short at the base, as if a pipe stem.
Nearly every window iv all the
brick buildings forming the square,
lv the center of which the boiler
house stood, waa broken. Window
frames were torn out, doors Bmaah
ed, and whole sections of several
oofs were toru off. Some of the
pieces of iron and the wall, fell ou
flue machinery, damaging it. AH
the machiuery In the weat ends of
the machine and car shnpa were
f- v plastered with mud formed
l>. c t'irown-up earth, softened
by steam.
FO. "NATELY. BUT PSW MEN
Were lout the shopa, it being
Sunday, and little work going on.
riteam had been ordered for one
o'olock for work iv the boiler shopa
uud a fire had been started under
the boilers that exploded tome
fifteen minutes. Both boilers were
ne*, and had been but a short
time In place, uud were made of
the best matt-rial.
The Fire Department of the city
turned out instantly, aud came to
the scene of the disaster. Hun
dreds of willing hands were in a
few moments at work, clearing
away the tleoris to flod supposed
missing men, as it wasthougiit four
men wore buried lv the ruins.
However, these were soon heard
from.
Oue man, name not had, was cut
badly on the face with spliutera.
Benjamin Burdge, a fireman, had
his leg broken, aud J, Plant, the
engiueer, was slightly cut ou the
hand. This left but one m m miss
ing.
J. M. KKYES,
A ''email. Presently, eighty fret
from ,i le boiler-room, wedged be
tween a p-.i„ „f wo „j a,„| a freight
car, Ills Ma found, torn und
mutdated ID ~ lU(>at horrible
manner, r «'"*»;■»„, almost sev
ered from tbe body. Bha heart,
lungs and intestines were all »„,.,,
out, aud the "'"'"J broken ami
Ucerated One ; •>; • |
tbe oarahop, e'B". hndy was
where ,M
hree children, ".o live MfOM<»
. ver hi th- town of Washington.
F. ur meu were standing in front
of t c boilers when they exploded,
"» s lUo ,m,y °"° k " lel ''
* TH E CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT
Has not yet been determined. Ihe
hMe s niay have blown up either
f m the accumulation of too much
irom u>» , { water unil
sun _ ta j it may be the
. to "reman X** com
. . I feeding the boilers when,
:,: , - , \::; 1 n f r".u'jed
„,>itnr to lie needed, lie fouuil tney
l eMlort of water H.eam was
. i,. tl.p oilier four boilers.
"Tl" loss by tbe accident is no
vet known, but is .slimated at
from $10,000 to $15,0U0.
»»•■««' ir.'".smi..a Rait.
W iMWOTOIt, July 21.-A let
. . v'„. i,tou received from a mili
terl of high rank 111 the
w7st "he belief that,
o aru.V by 4,«b0-' f Bu ." "
osli e1 id ans. Sitting MIU»
M f I 'reported to be peacefu ly n
ui patro" the border thor-
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Chicaoo, July 21.—A Tribune
Bismarck special says: General
Miles Is In lhe neighborhood ol
Bear Paw Mountains, whore he ex
pects lo And a large body of .Sioux.
The General's fighting force does
not exceed GOO. The wood chop
pers along the river say that tie
will ho cleaned out if he strikes the
main body of (Sitting Bull's follow
ers. Old officers on the frontier,
who fought ludlans beforo Milb*
entered the army, say he will get
caught. One of them, who is known
throughout the United States, said
that Milo»'s ambition to he a briga
ilier would lead him into a fight
against his judginenl; that Die
white scouts such as "Yellowstone
Kelly" and a company commander
uf the Fifth Inl'antiy would bring
on au engagement whenever an op
portunity preseuted Itself. They
feel that this is Miles's chauoe to
make a ten-strike, and they ale
only doing their duty if they par
ticipate lv the tmergency where
his whole command will ho iv
volved. The Fifth has the Bnmp
confidence in Miles as the Seveuth
cavalry had in Custer.
Tit*, t IttcnK" U'lirnl I'llqn*.
New York, July 31.—A Times
Chicugo special says: It is uud<-r
stood that Ihe wheat, clique has the
rest of its wheat, here sold, in "sel
ler July" and "seller Iheyeai" con
tracts, and intends to deliver it. at
its pleasure lv a few days. The
clique bought its wheat at all avei
age price of 85 cents; storage and
otliei charges amount, to 11 cents,
and sold it for about $1, leaving 4
ceuls a bushel profit. It made
ino-t of its money on option opera
tions lv spriug. The Chicago
branch of this operation was run
at llrst by J. K. Kisher & Co., after
ward by Smith & Liahtner, Rum
sey Brothers & Co., Bright & Gil
lette, William Young & Co , anil
latteily hy \V. T. Baker & Co.
The fame clique has been running
a bull movement in Western rail
road stocks, chiefly duo to the
bright corn prospects, and Informa
tion regarding the crops obtained
by the clique through its railroad
operations may have led it to throw
down its wheat.
Mt.re Ntf..iuHr«i far •!»•©**■»« -
IgnttHM <)<.i»i".uy.
New Yokk, July lil.—lt is
learuerl that a new steamer for Ihe
Oregon Navigation Company has
been ordered from Cramp, of Phil
adelphia, nnd it is probable that
Roach will have a contract for an
other.
Haul**.*. Wis999t
NEW Yokk, July 21.—The Sun
to-tlay says: Bonner again comes
Indisputably lo tlie front in tho line
of swift, trotting. The sun never
shone on such a beat as ho drove
on his own exercising truck Dear
Tarrytown, Saturday—2:lsl to
wagon, on a three-quarter mile
track, with Bonner's weight, which
is 180 pounds, or a little over. The
heal was driven Without a break.
It Is safe to say that $50,000 would
uot buy Ellwlo Forrest to-day.
riiv X»*rt> MMM,
St. Louis, July 21.—Tlie Presi
dent of the Sanitary Commission,
who has been active in ufFirding
relief to negro refugees from the
South, says that Instead of falling
oft, the exodus continues us stroni!
as ever, and there is no prospect of
its stopping.
rrrCKlltliMi AKnltiHj Yellow V.vr.
ST. Louis, July 21.—The Health
authorities have decided to night
on putting in force a partial quar
antine against Memphis. A corps
of physicians mid sanitary officer,
was sent down lo quarantine, 15
miles below tlie city, to stop Mem
phis boats, inspect passenger! aud
make use of disinfectants.
Tlie Yellow l'>v.>r 1.. M»OS|.Mt»j
Memphis, Term , July 21.—Fif
teen cases were reported to the
Board of Health this morning
Among the most prominent are W.
0. ("oppinger and wife, George
Nail and tlie two Misses Roja
Two death! have occurred, Dr. J.
C. Harria and W. C. Copplng-r.
Tlie exodua of citizens is in full
progresa. Business ia almost en
tirely suspended, aud the general
outlook is anything but cheering
Tho Tore .v. Will .Unite n ki.mil
London, July 21st.— The Times'
Berlin special says that the 'fu
comans will make a determim
stand against the Rossi
advance ut K*Hz, and if defea
they will fall hack on Mery.
Tic 'It-mess correspondent at'
that Herr Haseucleve.', ol„ruh
tlie Reichstag from Breslau I
trading mucin attention.
SPANISH-AMERICAN.
BENEVOLENT OOCI
Grand Spamt>"
Dramatic and NT
ENTERTAIN *E
TO UK OIVBN
AT TUBNVEREI
On Saturday Evan g
Porths oe nellt of the a]
1 Sly. Prominent ladlei
ol this city will »k«i
i ■loa. for partlotttats«
I TICKETS, : i '
1 Children Ii
t, TO WHOM THIS
Take uotlce ill'
luiv. A. D. »>''•• "
it {S/ioliowhUf •!
n etc., m° I'"" 0 .
•■
i- moulds; lpalf«
ll- is Kan Pedro s.'r
«.,. I Grounds nf stir
c ImmUOB 8451 oi I
96 Uulted Hiaie"
nt I ,-.lalmlus; ll i c '
•al I appear bpfoi"
* irom the date
,r " I tblsnn -Ice.
1 JjiT-iw
LOS ANGELES. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 23. 1879.
MISCELLANEOUS.
LOS ANGELKS
A. C -A-1> X 31 V
AND
COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE.
This well known institution win begin
lis fouith year on MONDAY, AUGU-Vi'
Hh, with a full corps of teachers.
The following courses of study will be
taught on the most rousonable I.tius:
PREPARATORY COURSE,
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, COURSE,
ACADEMIC COURSE,
COMMERCIAL. COURSE,
NORM AL COURSE.
Thorough Instruction will be given in
Vocul nnd Instrumonial Music, Painting
and Prawlug, Latin, Greek, French, Ger
man und Spanish.
A commodious building has been se
cured on Main street, between Third and
fourth. Ample accommodations are
provided for >oung ladies wishing to
board In Ihe Institution, and suitable
rooms for those who prefer to board
themselves.
§*Tl va te fa in ili es wis ri n g to board
young gentlemen attending the school,
and all others desiring further informa
tion, will please- address Ihe Principal,
REV. O. H. KRAMBES, A. M..
Box 1-161, Los Angeles, cal.
.jylO Im-diVw
THE SCHOOL
OH" TltK
SISTERS OF CHARITY,
ON A'.AMEOA STREET,
XV ILL X E-OP S3 N
— ON —
THE FIRST OF AUGUST.
Jy22
St. Vincent's
LOS ANGEI
WILL I!
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ICS ANn NKHVOUS
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\ 'ICS, CONSTIPATION,
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*S}?MCCISTS.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
The Hygienic Filter
AND
Water Cooler.
This Invention places within tho reach
of every faintly the meiiui ot procuring
pure aud wholesome water. It will re
move ull decayed animal, vegetable or
foreign matter, mud, sand, alkali, etc.,
thoroughly cleansing aud also cooling
the water, by reason of Its being made of
porous pottery, to a degree healthier aud
ploasanter to drink (bail Ice water.
HOW THE WATT 18 CLEANSED.
Virst tho water pu sea down through
four inches of assorted Marino (travel,
then through eight lnouei of Patent
Whlto Willow and Animal Charaoul;
I hen ascends twelve Inches through
Fresh Water Sand aud Marble Dust;
then descends again through twelve
inches of Charcoal.
The Filler, with all its tubes, Is made
of Terra Cottu, and Is so arranged Ihat
all the filtering material can be re
moved and repacked entirely with now
material, at a trilling expense.
They aro mauutuciured lit two sizes
viz: Tho Family Size, to contain four
gallons, und the office Size, to contain
two gallons, of flllored water. The Fam
ily Size will Ullcr thirty anil tho office
Size riftoen gallons of water In twenty
four hours.
lo Oakland alone there are about five
hundred of those inters now In use, giv
ing perfect satisfaction, and a testimoni
al from the owner of each ono can be had
at auy time.
County Rights for Sale.
WM. 11. HARPER, Manufacturer,
1200 Broadway, Oakland, Cut.
For further particulars address
HARPER, MOORE* CO.,
ml2-ltu Agenls f>r Los Angeles Co.
Holly & Magoun's
CULTIVATOR,
MANUFAt fTRKD BY
Holly & Wagocn,
stony rwnt,Bonoina County
— Aim—
Holly & Jones,
Lakevll Sonoma County.
* May 20. 1877.
5 made by prac
rs of experience,
>ntaof California
ofore offered,
tcrinl (with wood
rrauted in every
ABLE.
.K-BOX WHEEL
ment, to which we
pecial intention of
secure the best and
CHISEL CTLTIVA
OHM
,) aro self-sharpening
isst cast steel, with an
i of lustenlug t<> the
ihing perfection Itself,
formation ujdress tho
MIV & CO.,
•aneisco anu Sacramento,
JanSliim
iADELPHIA
EWERY!
. AIILSTEDT, Proprietor.
rest and most delirious LAt«ER
.auuuictured in Southern Cull-
Orders lor Draught or Bottled
ed ou short notice.
B£ER IS NUNI'ABEIL. Jeltj
, M. GRIFFITH & COT
jmber Dealers.
CORNER OF
amoda and First Stroetc
DEALKIISIM
OORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKER, HAIR
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC
THE BEST SUITS
MADE TO ORDER IM THE CITY Al
The Woolen Mill Store,
Downey's Mnrhle Front, opposite Cosmo
politan Hotel, Main street.
HUITH of Kvery Uescriptioi
from to #<13.
1 have conslantly on hand a l%l*f*ncl
selHoti-d stock: of lhe m*>** * cloths
aud uin enabledtt
fumirm ( be most stylish suits at the low
est prices. A UOOD I-IT always guarun
(•Hi
Blankets and Flannels Sold Cheap
Everybody who wants to have a cout
Tester pantaloons mado to order, wil
And it to Ills advantage to call on me.
laatl LOUIS FFEIFFENBEKUEIt
I)f. steiiiimrts
ESSENCE OF LIFE
18 A POWERFUL AND EFFICIEN'
remedy for the cure of nervous am
physical debility, spornintorrhea.semlnu
wuukuess and premature decline.
Tho Essence of Life
Is the only safe and sure remedy and wil
restore exhausted vitality without lull
permanently and effectually, no matte
iron? what cause or of how lonic standing
The Essence of Life
If pieasant to take, nnd is free from al
noxious drugs; it gives to no to tho diges
tive organs, strength to the nerves, ant
porraea and enriches tho blood, thereby
eradicating all morbid eruptions ol' thi
skin.
Price, $.1 per bottle, or lour times tin
quantity in case, $10, with full direction!
for use. Scut to any address, secure from
oijs< rratlon. upon receipt of price, whirl
may be sent by express, registered letter
or Postoffice money order, or C. O. 1)
within 4.V) miles nf Han Francisco.
References oi the highest standing nm
unquestionable veracity from persom
that huve been cured. To he had only al
UK. H t EIN U ART'S, 42U KEARNY ST.
Ran Francisco, Cal.. where all lei tort
should he addressed.
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 4 p. m. and t
to 8 P. M. marl3-3p-lyr
rfWVfVfUrf Morpnln. hsblt MwotaWy■ atrf
lIUIH I MS »!>"''' runil.PslrilcMi nonubTlriti
|If IB I |V| HfmtMMTinl.irporiicut.n..l>r. Carl
vA AVli" 1 " 1 " 1 "' w»fid»Btou(it.,Caar»s>tiii
nuMia
HOTELS.
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL.
FIRST-CLASS.
THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA.
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
This new and ologaut hotel is slluated
In the center of tbe city of Los Angeles
contalus nearly a hundred spacious and
airy rooms, newly furnished In iho mosi
comfortable stylo. Rooms lv suites tor
families and parties ou every floor, with
hot aud cold baths,
THKTABLK will always be furnished
with tho best supplies that can be pro
cured In the maiket.
A FKEK COACd Is always on hand to
carry guests to tho bouse.
No pun-, spared to make guests com
fortable in every way.
A LARGE HEADING ROOM open
night and day.
HENRY HAMMEL.
myl7tf A. H. DENKEK.
PICO HOUSE,
CORNER MAIN ST. AND THE PLAZA
Francisco Pico, Prop'r.
This well known and popular hotel—
by common consent tho best appointed
and most luxurious In Southern Califor
nia—basjust been
Refurnished and Renovated.
Apartments single aud en suite. The
cuisine Is unsurpassed on tho Coast.
Every detail rf tho service, apartments
and table
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
MSNf
MOJAVE HOTEL,
Mojave Junction, Oal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARUi) Mk
to receive Its numerous patronsJj&M.
and the traveling public lv general. Bt?
Ing entirety now and splendidly lur
piflbad, it uffbrda .upeiioi accommoda
tions.
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
la second to none In Southern California.
THE BAR Is supplied with the cboluest
braudsof wlucs, liquors and cigars.
An olegaut BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to tbe house.
All trains stop hero for breakfast an !
supp'-ir. It is tho polntof departure for
tbe celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
amtnt. TheofTlceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of •
traveling public Ib respectfully solicited.
E. H. BOYD,
fe2l-tf Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA MA DEE VILLA,
A. Trlviito Hotel on tho mesa or table
lauds ol tho Hlerra Madre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain• overlooking tho Kan Ga
briel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely now, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
ror particulars oddie«s proprietor, P. O.
San.Uabrlel.
W. P. RHOADEH,
Proprietor.
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UNES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
OOODALL, PERKINS A CO., AGENTS
SAN FRANCISCO.
San Francisoo and Los
Angeles.
July Schedule.
Coming South Going North
f» 3&
STEAM EUS |« ti X li
3g |J g gg
Orizaba.... JunolS JuneSO July 2 July 5
Ancon July 3 July 6 " T " »
Orl«aba.... " 8 " 1(1 " 12 M
Ancon ■' 11 " 16 ' W J«
Orizaba.... " IS " 20 22 21
Ancon " 23 •' 2o " 27 " 20
Orizaba.... 28 " 30 Aug 1 Aug. 3
Ancon Aug. 2 Aug. 4 " I " *
0r1»aba....l '** T '* *l ** HI 1
Both steamships call at Port Harlord
(SanLuisObißpo)and Santa Barbara. On
tho down trips Ihey stop at Anaheim
Landing, for freight only,
wa"The steamers leaving San I ranc-isco
July 3, and San Pedro July It, touch at
Sauta Cruz and Monterey.
•■"Passengers lor San Krannlßco take
the train lor Wilmington that leaves
Los Angeles at 3.460'c10ck P. M., Los An
geles time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
THE STEAM F.ltS
Orizaba and Ancon
Leave San Pedro for Ban Diego July 5,10,
14,20,23,30 and Aug. 4 audß.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 3.4-3 P. M.,
Los Angeles time.
Rafps of Fare from Los Angeles.
(Payable in Gold.)
Cabin. Steerage.
To San Francisco *16 00 $10 00
To Port Harlord 12 00
To Santa Barbara 8 00 6 00
To B»u Diego 8 00 8 00
Plans of stoaniere'cablns at agent'sofßce,
where berths may be secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Constantine leaves San
Buenaventura nnd Santa Barbara for San
Francisco every Saturday, culling at
way ports.
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
for Sun Diego and way ports about every
ten days, carryiug stock, combustibles,
etc.
For Passage or Freight as above, or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
AND
Yosemite Valley and Big
Trees,
Either direct or by way of San
Francisco, apply to H. McLellan,
Local Agent, Office, No. 66J Main
street, over the Commercial Bank,
Los Angel ss.
S. P• R• R■
COMMEiVCINU MONDAY,
May 19 th, 1879,
And until further notice,
TRAINS tttt<l BOATS
Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows:
9, Of! A. M.-DAILY-Via L. A. AI. B,
■OU K. — Local Passenger Truln to
Santa Monica. (Arrlvos8:I0 a. m.)
W.OCA. M.—DAILY —Local passenger
iOO train to Wilmington.
(Arrives at 9:10 A.M.)
———
Ifl.OC A. M.-DAILY-Sail Francisco
IU.Ou Through Freight and Third
class Accommodation train.
(Arrives at 11:55 A. X.)
I.IC P. M.—DAILY—Sau Francisco Ex
.lo press tralu, connecting at Latbrop
won the Atlantic Express train ol the
Central Paoifio Kallroad.
(Arrives 1:55 p. M.)
2.1C P. M.— DAILY —Arizona Express,
,Z9 connecting at Yuma with dally
.suites for Prescott wilh Colorado Klver
sleumers, and with dally trains of the
southern Pacllln Kallron.l of Arizona for
ounnQiuuue (182 miles east from Yuma)
and end of track. Dally Btages for Pbce
nlx, Prescott, Floronceand 'lucson.
(Arrives lv: 1 5 A. M.)
3 .0fl P- M.—DAILY—LocaI rassongor
,0U train to Wilmington.
(Arrives 2:20 P.M.)
4 .fin P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger
■UU Irani 1.. Santa Ana, connecting
with Stages for Sun Dlogo.
(Arrives 8:50 A. m.)
I, .in P- M. — Sundays Excoptod—Via
4.ZU L. A. & L K. R.-Local Passen
ger train lo Santa Monica.
(Arrives 3:25 P. M.
Notice.—On Sundays tills train will
leave Santa Monica ut 4:20 P. M. and Los
Angeles at 5:40 I*. M..
TICKET OFFICES:
No. 1 SPRING ST., Telegraph Offlro;
Commercial St. R. R. Depot;
DEPOT OFFICE B. P. R- R.
A. N. TOWNE,
General superintendent,
Ti H. OOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Ag't.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Hnperlnlendeni.. Los Angeles.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL
View of Marriage!
iT^ B Y0 l ßMß , Vs*" ,,i(! < ?to Wedlock and
iff ifflaM Jy — fey lU.itit-a ol mnrnnco sad th*
7^XSa^rihmwAmmJtfi , iIK iM.nt until |ufit;trif
, - AND ! . ' rets nf Hfpi'oductinn am
i ■limii is ' Dißpnsi iDf Women
M VWili] W.W aj mM A book fnr jirivatr. ronsid.
'IJ f'"9* 1 if T r t,,uill "f : l*» c 'i 1" l* 1 ;
ADVISER! „
OnnlKlt-wrilornii a Private Nature li-nm Soil
Muse, Bxceases, or Secret Diseases, wflli tlio tai<
nemm of ctirf, I'l'-i Ifirpe nsHf!-, ptlt'eiOftt.
A CLINICAL LECTOjUEoii th* •bay* disc mm »n4
.lime Dfths Throat and I.nncn, C*tarru,B.upturo, th*
Opium Hablt.Sc, pries lUcti.
lv mer booh sent inutpaiil on rrceipt of prico; or s!l thres,
ConlHlninx MO in go*. In uutifitlly illtntrnl.-.1. lor 75 it*.
Addrcii J>B. BUTTS, flu. Ll'N. Sta St. Ut. Louts. M»
PHYSICIANS.
Isaac Fellows, M. D.,
HOMCEOPATHIST.
OFFICE—No. a Odd Fellows' Building.
OQlco Hours—lo to 12 a. m.; 2to6p. M.
Dr. Kirkpatrick.
Office and Resideuco-No. 15FRANKLIN
BTREET. fe2B-lm
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
Physician and eon
Residence, Fort Hill, I Offloe, Maaearel
Buena Vista street. I Building,upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
MABCAREL BUILDING,UP STAIRS
Residence Downey' Avenue, East
Los Angeles, near the end of street rail
"office hours from 111 to 12 A. M.; from Ito
, P. v. apao-tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over potter 4 Bradley's Furni
ture store. „ . .
Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 to 6 and 8
to 9. Resldenoc—Buena Vista street.
myltf
LAWYERS.
Walter D. Stephenson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
■•-OFFICE—Next to the Law Library,
Temple Block. tegntf
J. B. McCONNELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms No. 76. and 77, Temple Block.
J. a. EASTMAN. A. J. KING.
EASTMAN & KING,
ATTOBNKYH AT LAW.
Nos. 3,4, 5 and 6, STRELITZ BLOCK,
BPRIHC STREET. d!4tf
JOHN C. MORGAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oillce with J. G. Eastman, Slrellts
Block, Spring street. mm.
V.E.HOWARD. F.H.HOWARD.
J. BROBSEAU.
Howard, lirosseau & Howard,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
J\ AT LAW. Rooms, 66,67 and 68 Tem
ple Block, ttllrd iloor, Los Augeles.
feb3-tf
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
Ducommun b Block, corner Main A
Commercial streo's. Los Angelos. may7-ti
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTOKNKV AT LAW.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, Lo*
Angeles. m2-lm
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
sepl«tf
W.H.J. BROOKS. GKORQE J. CLARKE.
w. ■< ii. Russell, Att'y at Law.
BROOKS, CLARKE & RUSSELL,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
BY ALLEN'S BUIDING, corner Spring
aud Temple st reels.
TO COLONISTS.
FOX*. SA.I^E,
FINE
Orchard and Vineyard Lands,
Ali Irrigable and level, situate on the
line of tho 8. P. R. R., one mile from an
Impotant slatlon. The soil Is a rlcb
loam; tho water belongs to the land.
Price, $15 per acre; one-half cash, bal
ance In one year, at ten por cent. Dis
count for cash. None but principals need
apply lo H. M. JOHNSTON,
als-lin East Los Angelei.
THE HERALD
STEAM
PRINTING
HOUSE
Has facilities for doing JOB
WORK not equaled in South
ern California. Power and
Job Presses run by steam se
cure promptness and moder
ate prices. Give this office
a call and secure work r.t San
Francisco Prices and of a San
Francisco finish and style.
l>r. Yung Yee Sun,
Pliyaleian and Hurgeon
OFFICK-No. 1? NEGRO ALLEY. Los
Angeles, Cal. Offloe Honrs Irom $ to It
A. «. and from 6 to 7 r. K. felt
NO. 41
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Notice.
j. lis, *anl« Mfa Halt, I
A\ Jk A. M.—Tho stated meeting!
y of this Lodge are held on tha
7\jr\ first MONDAY of each monto al
' ▼ > r. >. Members of Pental
pha. No. 202, and all Master Masons la
good standing are corJlally Invited.
By orderof tbe W:- Mi
ch as. Smith, Secretary.
Lot Angelei Chapter No. 33. R; • if.
■ :•
Slated eon vocations on Id
(Vjfxl MONDAY of each month,
1/>A3Kf ni p. x. at Maaonle Hall.
U/ \Jtl Sojourning eompaalons In
rV Am good sUndlng cordially In.
vtted. By order of
A. W. EDELMAN, H. T
I f Sam. Phages,
Secretary.
Knights of Pythias.
aBmJ OLIVE CoDOK, No. 2*.
\eH_v meets every Thursaa/ evening, si
7 o'clock, at the Castle-Hall.
Downey Block. All sojourning Knight*
In good standing are cordially Invited.
I. A. DUNSMOOR.C. O.
C. E. Mii.es, K. of R. ft.
NIGHTS TEMPLAR
Da Ut* Cemaianeer, da.
B * W t.t;.
Holds Its stated conclaves at the Asy
ium In Masonic Hall, on the Third
THURSDAY of each month, at 7)4 o'clock
p. M. Sojourning Knights Templar In
good standing are cordially Invited to at
tend. By order of the
o:-
J. C. Littlefielo, Recorder.
Lai ineaUs Council Na. 11, Rayal and '
Salad Matters, F. • A. ».,
Holds Its stated assemblies on the 4th
Monday of each month at Masonic Hau,
at 7:80 p. M. Sojourning Companions In
good standing are fraternally invited to
attend. By order ofthe Th;. in;,
ft. G. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder.
Loa Asgelei Lodge Wo. SS, I. O. O.F.
Regular meeting held on
hsW taea WEDNESDAY EVENING ol
Uw eiu " n week at 7% o'clock. So-
iournlng brethren In good
standing are cordially Invited.
J. W. BARD, M. 0
A. Frank, R. B.
Orange. Grout Encampment, Na. 11, I. 0.
• 0. F.
REGULAR MEETINGS held
SJ Ejun the Second and Fourth
«g BSTUESDAYB of each month at
,_ 11 TK P. M. Sojourning Petri,
archs in good .landing are cordially invi
ted to attend.
_ „ c c. lips, c. r.
B. Makxsen, Scribe.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2
A REGULAR MEETINGS O
this Company will take plaoi
on the first Wednesday eve
ning of each month, at
o'clock. By order,
W. S. MOORE. Secretary
" Nanking Housm
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
JBANJbt
Of Los Angelee.
CAPITAL SOO.OOO CO
ISAIAB W. HELL MAN -..President
L. C. GOODWIN Vice-President
JOHN MILNER. .Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Im A lAS W. II F. I.MAN, JoHK 8. GRIPFIIC,
0. W. I H ll.lis, C. E. THOM.
L. C.Goodwin, A. Glassell,
I'll I 1.. CiAIMIER, bOX. AMESTOY,
J (i - I Mascarxl.
Exchange for sale os
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Buy and Sail
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
snd silver Bullion.
Commercial Bank
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
. E.HOLLENBBCK President
E. F. SPENOE „ Cashier
DIRECTORS.
A. H. Wilcox, W. Woodwohtbt,
a. H. Mott, H. Mabdbv. '
1. Lankkrshim, O. 8. Witherby,
E. F. SPENCE, J. E. UOLLKNUKCK.
This Bank is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificates
of Deposit, and transact a general Bunk
ing Business.
Collections made*and proceeds remitted
at ontrent rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK
MAIN STREET,
Los Angeles.- Cftl
Capital Stock (paid up;, 300,000
J. 8. SLAUSON President
X, S. BAKER Vice-President
J.M. ELLIOTT -Cashier
DIRECTORS.
it 8 : Si!*"SOW, A. W. RoWVAH.
V. A. Hoover, Robert 8. Bakek
J. Bixby, Geo. W. Prescott
Receive Savings Bank deposits. r
Buy and sell exohango ou Sau Francisco.
New York, London, Paris. Berlin W
Frankfurt.
Buyexchenge on ali parts of the United
States and Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a rentral
banking and exchange business/ 4

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