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DAILY HERALD.
Published every morning, except Monday, by
JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
Per annum, by mail or express $10.00
Six months, by mail or express 5.00
Three months 2.50
Delivered hy Carriers, per Week, 25c.
LATE TELEGRAMS.
[SPECIAL TO TIIE HERALD.]
Ilaln In the I'pper Country.
San Francisco, May 24.—Last night
and this moruing a light rain fell in the
northern and central part of the State,
extending Well up to San Joaquin val
ley, sutficient in some localities to some
what improve the crop and feed pros
pects.
The Two <«ruin Exchanges at War.
San Francisco, May 24.—The Pro
duce Exchango held a very hot meeting
this morning over the question raised on
nccount of the number of prominent*
members who are seeking to join the
Brokers Grain Exchange, among whom
are such well known operators as Ceo.
W. McNear, W. T. Coleman, H. Le-
Meyer, A' Bannister, of the Star Mills
Company; R. Bruce, of Balfour, Guthrie
& Co.; E. Mehlert, of Dresbach 4 Co.,
and others. It was decided to enforce
tho rule, that any members of the
Produce Exchange joining the Grain
Exchange or any similar organization,
either in person or by proxy, shall be
suspended on ten days' notice. A lively
rivalry has arisen between the two ex
changes. The Grain Kxchange shows
greater dash and familiarity with the
call business, but the Produce Exchange
will make a vigorous tight for supremacy,
and will start in a formal afternoon cull
on grain on and after Juno Ist, iv addi
tion to the regular moruing call. A
lively speculative business in grain is
proposed in the near future.
Fined for Overloading; a Chinese
Passenger Steamer.
Portland, Oregon, May 23. —Captain
Thompson, of the British steamer Both
well Castle, has been lined nine thousand
dollars by Judge Deady, of the United
States Court, for violation of the passen
ger act in bringing from Hongkong 100
more Chinese passengers than is allowed
by tbe capacity of the steamer. He will
appeal to President Arthur for the re
mittance of the tine.
A Han Crazed by Drink Riiiim v-
Hurk -lie Kills a Bystander.
Tucson, May 23.—At four o'clock this
morning J. H. Weber, night watchman
for L. Ziekendorf & Co., while crazed by
drink, tired promiscuously at people
passing the store. One young man, C.
M. Hinton, a peaceable spectator of his
proceeding, was shot through the heart
and instantly killed. Weber shot over
a dozen times under tho idea that he
was being robbed. He was linully ar
rested. The murderer has a wife and
three children in Nevada. Hinton, who
was greatly liked by his associates, has
a wife in Oakland. He is a printer by
trade, but was a sporting man here.
FROM THE CAPITAL.
Budget of Political and Other
Xews from Washington.
THE LAM FORGERIES.
Washington, May 24.- Treasury of
ficials decline to give further informa
tion at present regarding the forged
bonds and are keeping the matter very
quiet.
STATEMENT DENIED.
Secretary Folger authorizes tho con
tradiction of the statement that he has
discovered enormous frauds in the mat
ter of bonds given by distillers for whis
ky in bond; and his relations with
Commissioner Ravin are unpleasant.
TAX ON ADULTERATED WINES.
Berry presented iv the House a peti
tion of the Sonoma Viticultural Club, in
which they oppose tho levying of a tax
upon artificially made sparkling wines.
They say they will give hearty support
to any wise legislation prohibiting or re
stricting the manufacture and sale as
pure-grade wine, of any article which is
not entirely the product of the grape.
They favor a prohibitory tax on the sale
of adulterated wives, domestic or for
eign, and upon sparkling wines made in
whole or in part from cider or other ma
terial other than grape-juice, but hold
that neither impregnation with carbonic
acid gas or the addition of pure syrup or
can sugar should be called an adultera
tion. They also insist that the carbona
tion of pure wine is eminently whole
some, und not dcleterio s to health.
DEATH 01 (IKN. RAMSEY.
Brevet Major-General GeorgoD. Ram
sey, U. S. A., retired, is dead.
BLAINE TO TESTIFY NEXT WEEK.
Blame will not appear before the Com
mitte on Foreign Affairs until next
week.
The Pennsylvania Independents.
Philadelphia, May _4—Probably two
thirds of the delegates to the Independ
ent Republican Convention are now here.
State Chairman McK.ee saya he has let
ters and telegrams from which he
gathers that most of the other delegates
will be on hand this morning and the
Convention will be opened. Marshall's
withdrawal from tho regular ticket gives
great satisfaction to the delegates.
The Pennsylvania Independent
Republican Con ventlon -Strong
AddreMt* from the Chairman.
Philadelphia, May 24,--The Inde
pendent Republican State Convention
met this morning. U. S. Senator
Mitchell was chosen temporary chair
man by acclamation amidst great ap
plause. In returning thunks, Senator
Mitchell said the work of the convention
was not to nominate a ticket that woild
help the Democratic party or defeat the
Republican party but to nominate ono
that would receive the respect and sup
port of tho Republican party. There
must be an order of political things;
leaders, but not "bosses." It would be
well for the convention te declare against
this system. The speaker said he
would be glad to stand before the Con
vention and declare his desire to support
the administration of the President if
the latter was disposed to enforce civil
service reform; but he was sorry to say
there were not yet any such indications
On the part of President Arthur. He
trusted that the Republicans in the
State would asgist iv ridding the party
of the barnacles and of the corrupt
atmosphere by which it has been so long
surrounded. The roll of delegates was
then called.
Chas. S. Wolfe was chosen permanent
chairman of the Committee on Organiza
tion, and Senator Stewart chairman of
fie Committee on Resolutions. H. C.
Foster was made permanent chairman,
with a vice-president from each Senatorial
district. During the course of Foster's
remarks he asserted that the death of
President Garfield was chargeable direct
ly to the spoils system, and spoke of the
political power of the State as something
that had too long been regarded as a sort
of patrimony to be handed down from
father to son.
Dr. Doane, who was also called upon,
when his name was announced said:
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XVII.
"Gentlemen, I am here to resolve that
we will put our grand old party where
the immortal Lincoln found it and the
immortal Garfield left it."
Marshal I'm Letter.
Pittsburg, May 24.—Thomas Mar
shall last night made public his letter of
declination of tho nomination for Con
gressman-at-Large.
Marshall's Attitude.
Pittsburg, May 24.—Thos. M. Mar
shall, in an interview, said that he
would not attend the Independents'
Convention; that he did not desire office;
that he would not accept the Independ
ent nomination if tendered him; that he
will support General Beaver for Govern
er, but cannot support Roul for Supreme
Judge.
Hostile Apeehes Flocking into
»w Mexico.
Chicago, May 23. —A letter to the
Times from Carrizzi Pass, Texas, about
til mi miles west of Dallas and 113 east of
El Paso, says that much alarm is felt
there on account of the close proximity
of large parties of hostile Apache's going
northwest at a distance of from three to
fifteen miles from the camp of hunters,
miners and prospector • near Carriz/i
Pass, and in full sight of them. The
hostiles aro fleeing from Mexico to New
Mexico, having been driven from the
south of the Rio Grande by the Mexi
cans. Major Bayler and fifteen of his
Texas rangers have arrived at Carrizzi
Pass and were to depart this morning
for a scout through the Gaudaloupe
mountains after hostiles, keeping to
gether prepared for emergencies. As
yet, no murders are reported.
A Desperado Middled With Bul
lets.
St. Paul, May 24.—An Indian Terri
tory special says: Moses Silk, a no
torious ruffian and murderer, wus rid
dled with bullets by Sheriff Taylor, at
Fort Shank. Silk was drunk and quar
relsome, and resisted arrest, making a
desperate iight. He is credited with
killing five men and being accessory to
many murders.
Add rests) of the <«rceul»uck Labor
Convention.
St. Loris, May 24. —The Greenback
National Committee has promulgated an
address to the American people leveled
against thu bunk, railroad, telegraph,
land and moneyed monopolies. It
charges the Republican and Democratic
parties with bad legislation in the exten
sion of bank charters. It declares
against national banks, high railroad
fares and telegraph tolls; aud in favor
of land for actual settlers, for green
backs and a tariff in the interest of
labor; for the right of labor to combine;
for the payineut of the national debt and
against refunding it; for ei,ual rights for
all—special privileges for none, and ends
by calling on all industrial organizations
to join them.
An Outrage.
Galveston,May,23. —A Bolton special
says that on Sunday morning early one
hundred masked men took from the jail
Sam Hilton (white) and James Keyes
(colored) and Imaged them both. They
were charged with a murderous assault
on the deputy jailor.
Arrears of Rent Bill.
London, May 23.—The Arrears of
Rent bill to-day passed to its second
reading iv the Commons.
Pnrnell's Advice Disregarded.
London, May 23. —The majority of
the extreme Home Rulers disregarded
I'arnell's advice to abstain from voting
in the division on Gladstone's motion.
Nhotover Wins the Derby.
London. May 24.—The Derby was
won to-day by Shotover; Quicktime,
second; Lorrillard's Sachem, third;
Bruce, the favorite, came in fourth. The
time of Shotover was 2:40 J. The bet
ting against Sachem at the start was
eight to one.
Jewish llabies Immolated by a
ltussinn .Hob.
Vienna, May 24.—Information has
just reached here that, insendiaries have
destroyed Sniargon, a village near
Mensk, and that the mob which tired
the place burned a number of Jewish
babies alive.
A Horrid Affair.
St. Petersburg, May 23. -Smorgeini,
a place between Villna, and Minsk, has
been burned. It is reported that the
populace burned the children and prop
erty placed for safety in the Jewish cum
etery.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
In seasickness is of great value. Its ac
tion on the nerves of the disturbed
stomach is soothing uud effective.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
(INCORPORATED 1564.)
FIXE ONLY,
HOMB IVTXTT XT__l_
Insurance Company,
NO. 400 CALIFORNIA STREET,
San Francisco.
JANUARY l, 1881.
CAPITAL, paid up in Gold Coin $300,000
Reinsuraucu Reserve J174.989 00
ASSETS, January 1, 1881 « 642,841 00
Income, 12 months 340,641 00
Premiums since organization - - - - ,232 23
Losses since organization 1,636,202 84
President ----- J. F. HOUGHTON
Vice President ----- L. L, BAKER
Secretary ------ CHAS. R. STORY
General Agent ----- R. H. MAGILL
CHAS. V. HALE, Agent,
No 3 Los Angeles streot, Arcadia Block, Los
' A ngeles. apr_lM (_
PONET & ORR,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
6*3 iv___i-V ST.
Special attention given to embalming bodies
for shipment. Satisfaction guaranteed. We defy
competition in our prices.
NO CHARCE FOR HEARBEB.
Office and residence connected by telephone.
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Tents to Rent, by the week or month
AT SANTA MONICA CANYON.
m2otf WALTER McGRATH.
WANTS—LOST—FOUND.
SITUATION WANTED.
By a competent girl, to do housework in an
American family. Apply at comer of Hill and
Eighth atrtieU. inyl7-lw
WANTED.
A situation by a good blacksmith. Apply at
47 San Pedro street. mypj-lw
SITUATION WANTED.
By a young man of good family, who is a illing
to work wants a situation as salesman or to drive
a delivery wagon. Uood references given. En
quire at No. 47 San Pedro street, or at L Pulaski
.v Son's store. mylC-lw
FURNISHED ROOMS,
Pleasantly located and neatly furnished,
TO LET, SINGLE OU EN SUITE,
Corner First and Franklin streets, one block front
Postofflce. daitf
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
CHAMPION MOWER, GOOD AS NEW,
FOR S5O,
in2.t ::t At NORTHCRAFT'S, Los Angeles St.
PASTURE TO LET.
Fine sheep or cattle pasture, with abundance of
water, iv Sau Gorgonio Pass, San Bernardino
county. For particulars apply to ROBERT S.
BAKER, at his office, iv Arcadia Block, Los An
geles street. my23tf
ROOMS AND BOARD.
DESIRABLE ROOMS, en suite or single, with
board, can be hail at MRS. WHITNEY'S, No. 35
SIXTH STREET. mylB-lin
fjnri S KKIJ LING ORANGE TREES,
ww|WW Central American seed, for sale
at MRS. H. SHAW'S NURSERY, on San Pedro
street, below Adams st. P. O. Box 1405, Los An
geles, Cal. mhl-4m
MONEY TO LOAN.
$30,000 TO LOAN on first-class real estate
security, in sums of s"HMK> and over. Apply to
GEORGE H. SMITH, office Glassell, Smith m Pat
ton, Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. ap2l-lui
Kimball Mansion,
NEW HIGH STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL.
SPACIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites anil Largo
Single Sunny Rooms, containing all modern con
venienees.
THE TABLE supplied with thu best the market
affords.
fo22tf MRS. M. 11. KIMBALL, Prop.
FOUND!
A PLACE WHERE A FINE CUP OF COFFEE
or POT OF TEA, Hot or Cold Lunch, Baked Beans
and Brown Bread, Boston style, every day. Pure
mill, in any quantity.
Having leased the formerly White House, I
have good,spacious and airy rooms, newly furni.h
tsJ in most comfortable style, at reasonable ratos.
Hot and (.'old Baths at any hour. A large, com
fortable reading room open day and night.
SMITH'S,
CORNER LOS ANGELES AND COMMERCIAL
STREETS.
jSI J. W. SMITH, Pprop'r.
An Important Question
ANSWERED.
A San Francisco Lady
Asks It.
The recent excitement in regard to Adultered
Baking Powders has brought out a number of
letters from intelligent housewives, who are anx
ious to get all the real facts of the case. In a re
cent letter from a prominent and well-known San
Francisco lady to Newton Brothers & Co. the fol
lowing questions are propounded:
"As it is the carbonic acid gas which is the ac
"tive agency in bread raising, will you give nic
"the relative proportion of this gas in your own
"and other Baking Powders? I desire to know.
"Also, please tell nic how to experiment with the
"lodine test. lam much interested in this mat
"ter, as I want the best Baking Powder I can
"find."
In reply we have to say that according to tests
made by the Government Chemist, E. G. Love,
Hi. D., whose authority must be final in all such
matters, the largest quantity of gas in any brand
of Baking Powder, published as being analyzed
by him, was 127 4-10ths cubic inches of gas to
each ounce of powder. Maay of the brands test
ed were Alum Powders, which he characterized
as very unwholesome, and where Tartaric .Acid
was used he says the Powders liberate their gas
too freely in process of baking, or, under varying
climatic changes, they sutler deterioration.
We herewith give extract from the analysis of
The New England
Baking Powder
As made by Professor Adolpb Soiumer, Analyti
cal Chemist, of San Francisco. He says of tltis
Baking Powder: "It is carefully prepared from
"the best brands of Bi-Carbonatc of Soda and
"Cream of Tartar that can be obtained. One
"ounce of this Powder generates 174 7-lOths cubic
"inches of gas."
This shows a difference IN FAVOR
of the NEW ENGLAND of 47 3-10
inches of Carbonic Gas per ounce of
Powder; or, in other words, 37 PER
CENT, more strength than the high
est test of any of the other Powders.
Thus it is clearly demonstrated-that the New
England Baking Powder contains a far greater
proportion of the leavening principle than any
Baking Powder now before the public. It is ab
solutely free from every sort of adulteration.
Now, in reply to the question concerning the
lODINE TEST. Any housewife may try it for
herself. She has but to dissolve a small quantity
of the Powder in a glass of water, then add two
drops of tinctnre of iodine. The water will as
sume a slightly yellowish tinge, if the Baking
Powders are pure, but if adulterated with Flour
or Starch, it will almost immediately turn to a
deep purple color and a deposit of the same color
will be made iv the glass.
After all is said and done, experience will prove
that the only true wisdom, the only safe plan, is
to purchase the Baking Powder that has nothing
in its composition but the TWO PURE INGRE
DIENTS that our mothers and grandmothers
used with such pleasing results, namely: BICAR
BONATE OF SODA and CREAM OF TARTAR,
perfectly mixed, perfectly compounded and per
fectly satisfactory.
This is the New Eng
land Baking Powder.
Newton Bros. & Co.
204 & 2DB California St.,
San Francisco, - - California.
MM
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1882.
HOTELS.
Cosmopolitan Hotel.
First-Class.
THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA.
HAMMEL & DENKER, Proprietors.
This is the only reliably first-class hotel, is sit
uated in the center of tho city of Los Angeles,
contains nearly a hundred spacious and airy
rooms, newly furnished in the most comfortable
style. Rooms in suites for fainilcs and parties on
every floor, with hot and cold baths.
THE TABLE will always be furnished with the
best supplies that can be procured in the market.
A FREE COACH is always on hand to carry
guests to the house.
No pains spared to make guest* comfortable in
every way.
A LARGE READING ROOM open night and
day.
HENRY HAMMEL,
myl7tf A. H. DENKER.
SANTA MONICA HOTEL
Santa Monica, Cal.
SCOTT & HODGSON, : : : : Proprietors.
A first-class Hotel, situated only 100 yards froui
the beach and depot, commanding a magnificent
view of the ocean. Climate charming, both in
winter and summer.
This favorite seaside resort enjoys all the advan
tages and conveniences for SEA BATHING, has a
large bath, house, with hot and cold fresh aud
salt water baths on the beach directly in front
of the Hotel.
Rooms can be secured before arrival by tele
gram. Address,
niylStf SCOTT & HODGSON.
THE COMMERCIAL
RES T AUSTT,
V. DOL, Proprietor,
DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREET.
Receives alive and serves up every day the
choicest FISH, including SOLE, TURBOT and
SEA TROUT.
MR. DOL is the exclusive consignee of the cel
ebrated FROMAGE DE BRIE, which can only be
had at this restaurant.
SPRING CHICKENS, just in from the ranches,
cooked in every style.
This restaurant is Los Angeles's Dehuonlco.
myltf
Eugene's Restaurant,
Corner Arizona Avenue and Second Sts.,
SANTA MONICA
taTFKENCH DINNERS served to parties or
singly on short notice.
FRENCH CLARETS and other wines always on
hand.
ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, to rent.
fel7-6m EUGENE AUN.
COLONADE HOUSE,
SAN FRANCISCO.
1206 MARKET STREET.—Sunny bay-window
suites, with board; to Eastern and country trav
elers we call attention to this elegant, first-class
house; suites, with board, $70 to $80; single, $8
toeio per week, with board; by day, $1.25, $1.50
aud $2; Market street ears pass the door. ap27-lm
Judson, Gillette & Oibson,
Examiners of Title and
Conveyancers,
Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block, Main Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
seiSStf
H. Newmark & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Dealers in Wool, Grain, Hides.
11, 13 and 15 LOS ANGELES STREET.
je3tf
Phineas Banning,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENT,
WILMINGTON, Los Augeles County, Cal.
Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber sold
and grain stored, with
ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS.
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J. M, GRIFFITH & CO,,
Lumber Dealers,
CORNER OF
ALAMEDA AND FIRST STREETS,
DEALERS IN
DOORS, WINDOW'S,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES.
-A T—
PERRY, WOODWORTH A COS
LUMBER YARDS
AND PLANING MILLS,
No. 10 Commercial Street, near Railroad Depot.
mr2otf
J. S. SHOOBERT. TRUXTUN BEALE*
H. W. WOODWARD.
SHOOBERT & BEALE,
WOOL
Commission Merchants,
405 A 407 MONTCOMERY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO.
aWLIBERAL ADVANCES made on consign
ments. _____
Spanish Language.
MR. J. PUIG, a native of Spain, teaches the
Spanish language with perfection in a few months
and at very moderate prices. Those desiring to
acquire said language should not lose this oppor
tunity.
Terms: For three lessons weekly, at house of
pupil, $4 por month, and $3 per month at the
house of the Professor. The language will be
taught grammatically.
Lessons given to pupil, at their residences out
side the city, on reasonable terms
JOSE PUIG,
87 Aliso street, corner Alatueda and Los Ange
ls*. • |air 9 tf
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
Steamship Company.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., General AgenU,
SAN FRANCISCO.
TIME TABLE FOR MAY.
Comino lent*. Going North.
5£ ST it
38 -s3 tj2 33
Steamers. 3 3 |f 1- If
U 'f -s If
Orizaba ... April 30 May 2 May 4 May 6
Ancon May 5 " 7 " 9 " 11
Orizaba... " 10 " 12 " 11 " 16
Ancon " 15| " 17 " 19 " 21
Orizaba... " 20 " 22 " 24! •' 20
Ancon " 25 " 27 " 20 May 31
Orizaba... " 30 June 1 June 3 Jutie 6
Ancon June 6 " 7 " 9 " 11
Both steamships call at Port Harford (San
Luis Obispo) and Santa liarbara.
The Company reserves the right to change the
steamers or their days of sailing.
sSTPassengers for San Francisco take the train
for Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at 10:60
o'clock A. 11., Los Angeles time.
LOS ANOELES AND SAN DIEOO.
THE STEAMERS
Orizaba and Ancon
Leave San Pedro for San Diego
May 2, 7, 12, 17,22, 27 and June 1 & 7,
sWPassengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 4:16 r. li., Los Angeles
time.
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles:
Cabin. Steerage.
To San Francisco $15 $10
To Port Harford 12 9
To Santa Barbara 8 0
To San Diego 8 0
*ff*Plans of Steamers' Cabins at Agent's office,
where berths may be secured.
For Way Ports.
The steamer LOS ANGELES leaves San Bue
naventura and Santa Barbara for San Francisco
every Friday, calling at way ports.
THE STEAMER NEWPORT,
Runs between San Francisco and Newport Land
ing, calling at Santa Cruz, San Buenaventura,
Hueneme and San Pedro, for combustibles and
way freight, leaving San Francisco about every
ten days, as tides serve 011 the Newjiort bar.
*3-FOR PASSAGE OR FREIGHT AS ABOVE,
OR FOR TICKETS TO AND FROM
All Important Points in Europe,
Or for Exchange on Europe,
AI'LLY to
H. McLELLAN, : : Agent.
Office- No. 5 Commercial St., Los Angeles.
S. P. R. R.
TIME SCHEDULE.
Saturday, April Bth, 1882,
Trains leave and arc due to arrive at
as followt:
leave arrive
for destination. from.
8:25 a. Al Colton 4:45 F. M.
•2:30 r. v Colton *9:40 a. v.
8:25 A. M. ( Dealing | Express 4:45 P. M.
and r
5:30 p.m. ( East. ) Emigrant 4:15 a.m.
8:25 A. M El Paso and East 4:45 r. M.
5:15 r. M. | Sau Francisco ) Express. 7:55 a. K.
i or -
8:45 a. M. ( Sacramento. ) Emigr nt 3:10 p. m.
9:35 A. M. .Santa Ana aud Anaheim. 4:00 A. m.
4:50 r. M. .Santa Ana and Auaheim. 8:20 A. M.
9:30 a. m Santa Monica 8:15 A. M.
•5:00 p. M Santa Monica *4:00 P. M.
15:50 p. M Santa Monica t5:30 P. m.
10:35 a. M Wilmington 4:20 p. M.
4:00 p. M Wilmington 9:15 A. M.
'Sundays excepted. tSundays only.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent
a. n. town,
General Superintendent.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent, Loe Angeles.
County Warrants, Etc.
I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City and Coun
ty Warrants, Judgment., and all kinds of claims.
C. WHITE, Attorney at Law.
<9~Room 49 Temple Blook. u*v ly
ALBERT BROWN,
UNDERTAKER A EMBALMER,
NO. 34 MAIN STREET, ADJOINING
BAKER BLOCK.
EMBALMING and SHIPPINO a spe
cialty. Telephone connection with
•tore and house.
E. A. DaCAMP is connected with
this house. This is the only house in
the city that has no connection with
agents or branch houses. ap22tf
HEARSE FURNISHED FREE.
■LiaMaHLHaHMBaSaiMaHHLaHHaHBI
J. F. FTJLLARTON,
REMOVED TO 60 PORT STREET.
Accountant, Collector, Copyist. Boops opened,
kept or written up. Commissions executed, buy
ing or selling. Reasonable terras. Highest ref
ereLces.~Mail orders aueaded to. mari-tf
XEW AD VERTIS EM ENTB.
J- C. BRIGHT,
The Famous Cheap Store Man,
Is at home with a superb assortment, bought
from the factories of the East. Dry goods,
boots and shoes cheaper than ever, and will
surprise all who give him a call with quality,
quantity and low prices.
REMEMBER he also sells his goods a little cheaper to secure the cash Trade.
INTO. £53 TaZAJXHmX STTXCUHT. aprSO-im
I. A DUBffITOOR -
Has completed his Spring Importations, and is now showing a fine assortment of
Fringes, Gimps, Ornaments and Trimmings,
Spanish Lace, Guipure Lace, Valenciennes Lace, and all kinds of Cotton
Laces. Lace Neckwear in all the Late Styles. Zephyrs, Worsteds, Can
vas and Felt for fancy work. A special line of Ladies' Muslin Under
wear. Ladies' and Misses' Linen Ulsters and Children's Linen Dresses.
A full line of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises, Hats and
Caps.
GOLDEN RULE, 25 Spring Street, Los Angeles.
■MM
E. MARTIN & CO,
Wholesale Liquet and Wine Dealers,
24 Main Street, Baker Block, Los Angeles Cal.
(A branch of the oldest and largest San Francisco liquor house of
the same firm name.)
.The attention of the country jobbing and saloon trade
s invited to the line and fully assorted stock of
Whiskies, Brandies (ssaaf), Gin,
Rum, Bitters, Etc.,
Of every kind A full assortment of the wines and brand
ies of Stern & Rose, San Gabriel, and the Cucamonga
Vineyard Co., for both of which which we are agents.
Invalids, to whom wines and liquors are a necessity, will
find a stock of choice old wines and liquors, such as can
not be had elsewhere. Give us a call.
E. MARTIN & Co.,
resif Baker Block, Los Angeles.
Sharp, Bloeser & Ullman,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Carpets db IFxxi'Xiiinjur©
AND
Practical Upholsterers and Decorators.
We have just received large consignments of all classes and grades of goods in
our line. Our CARPETS have been selected with great care. Our FURNITURE
is all of the best make and workmanship.
We also carry a large line of PARLOR and ODD CHAIR FRAMES, which we
upholster to order.
Lambrequins, Window Cornices, Fancy Shades, and all kinds of Unique and
Rich Upholstering a specialty.
Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Furniture and Bedding at Bed
Rock Prices. Call and examine and get our prices.
134 Main Street, opposite Old Stand,
43TP. O. Box 78«. d2otf LOS ANGELES.
LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY,
WO, 2 04,
Manufacturer of FINE CIGARS. No Chinamen employed in my Factory,
neither do I sell any gods made by Chinamen. Judges of a Fine Cigar should
call and try my cigars and patronize only those who manufacture and sell WHITE
LABOR CIGARS, and do not let them palm off Chinaman made cigars for White
Labor Cigars. A fine stock of
Pipes, both Wood and Meerschaum,
AT BED ROCK PRICES.
C. C. CHEESBROUCH, PROP., NO. 28 BPRINC ST., OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. apotl
HAIR GOODS AT COST!
Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Williams carae to Los Angelea with the in.
tention of opening a first-class Hair Store; but not succeeding in getting suitable
quart irs, they have decided to close out their tine stock of goods AT COST.
SWITCHES SI AND UPWARDS. FRONT PIECES SO CTS. AND UPWARDS.
Hair work of all kinds made to order. Remember the place, 48 Srsixu Street,
three doors east of Pottoffice, Room 1, up stairs. my2otf
WEEKLY HERALD.
Pcblished Every Saturday Moaxnsa.
TERMS:
One year, by mail or express, one copy $3.00
Six months, by mail or express I TS
Three months, by mail or express 1-00
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at reasonable ratra.
gWAII kinds of Job Work done to compete with
San Krandsco in price, style and etaganoo cf
workmanship.
No. 80.
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS'
BABTK
OF LOS ANCELES.
Capital, : : : : $200,000
Surplus and Reserve Fund, : 250,000
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
L. C. GOODWIN Vice-President
JOHN MILNER Secretary
BOARD Or DIRECTORS:
Isaias W. Hellman, Jonx 8. Griffin,
0. W. Cuilds, C. E. Thorn,
Phil Garmer. Dom. Amkstoy
Jose Mascarel.
for sale on. .
New York, London, Frankfort,
Dublin, Paris and Berlin.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Buy and Sell Legal Tenders, Govern
ment, State, County and
City Bonds.
First National Bank
OF T.OS ANGELES.
Capital Stock, $100,000
Surplus, : $50,000
EF. SPENCE, : : : : President.
WM LACY, : : : : : Cashier.
directors:
J. E. HOLLENBECK, J. F. CRANK, H. MABVRr,
O. 8. WITHSRBY, E. F. SI'KM'K.
STOCKHOLDERS:
Cait. A. H. Wilcox, Dr. R. H. McDonald,
0. S. Witiierby, James McCoy,
J. F. Crank, Georoe Grddm,
J. E. Hollenbeck, I. Lankersiiim,
H. Mabiry, A. W. Vail,
Woods Mablry, S. H. -Mott,
E. F. SrwscE. o4tf
COUNTY BANK,
Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
—__
CAPITAL STOCK, PAID UP, $100,000.
Reserve Fund, $200,000.
J. 8. SLAUSON President.
R. 8. BAKER Vice-President
H. L. MacNEIL Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
J. S. SLACSON, A. W. BOWMAN,
V. A. Hoover, Robert S. Bakes,
J. Bixby, Georoe W. Prescott,
R. M. Widnxy.
«_*Bcy and Sell Exchange on San Francisco,
New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort.
*3"Buy Exchange on all parts ot the United
States and Europe.
43TRECE1VE Money on open account and certif
icate of deposit, and do a general banking- and
exchange business.
SOCIETY~NQTICES.
Masonic Notice.
Al/os Angeles Lodge No. 42, F. & A.
M.— The stated meetings of this Lodge
are held on the first MONDAY of each
month at 7:30 p. m. Members of Pentalpha, No.
202, and all Master Masons in good standing an
cordially invited.
By order of the W:- M:
—————————________________
Los Angeles Lodge No. 35,1. 0. 0. P.
Regular meecting held on Wednesday
nmßr evening of each week at 7:30 o'clock.
Bo]ourning brethren in good standing are cordial
ly invited.
WALTER D. STEVENSON, N. 0.
A. Frank R. S.
Los Angeles No. 33, R:-
Stated convocations on first MONDAY of each
month, 7J r. H., at Masonic Hall. Sojourning
companions in good standing cordiality invited.
By order of A. W. EDELMAN, H. P.
Sam. Prauer, Secretary.
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal
and Select Masters, P. & A M.
Holds its stated assemblies on the 4th Mon
day of each month at Masonic Hall, at 7,30 r. m.
Sojourning Companions in good standing are
fraternally invited to attend.
By order of thoTh;. III;.
R. G. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder.
K. of P.
Olive Lodge No. 26. Meet first and third
THURSDAYS in the month at Odd Fellows' Hall,
P. O. Building. Sojourning Knights invited.
J. R. SUMMERS, C. C.
E. A. DeCamp, K. of R. and S. Jal-ly
Knights Templar.
Cou-r De Lion ComMandkrt no. 8, X: • T: •
Holds iv stated conclaves at the asylum in Ma
sonic Hall, on the Third THURSDAY of each
month, at 7i o'clock p. m. Sojourning Knights
Templar in good standing are cordially invited to
attend. By order of the E: •C.
N. Knickerbocker, Recorder.
American Legion of Honor.
Safety Cocncil, No. 864, meets first and Third
Tuesday evenings of each mouth at rooms 86 and
87, Temple Block.
M. L. WICKS, Commanding.
T. L. Nolte, Secretary. ap6-8m
Eagle Corps, N. Q. 0.
Regular meetings at the Armory, Court
street, every' Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
W. H. H. RUSSELL,
Captain Commanding.
C. A. Ketler, First Sargeant. Je_4-tl
Confidence Engine Company.
—Regular meetings of this Compa-
aPJ °" tl,c lirst Weil csday evening
'Tmi Villi- ' each month, at 7;30oelook.
By order, MARK JONES, Secretary.
Capitol Bakery
AUD
CONFECTIONERY.
SPRING STREET, below the PostoOea.
«_-WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY CAKES
of all styles always on hand.
_T ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES for all occa
sions. Give me a call.
d7-tf H. SCHUMACHER.
League of Freedom.
Monthly meetings every First Sunday of the
month at 8 p. a. at Turn Hall.
d24tf R. 0. WEYSE, Secretary.

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