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XIX. VOL. daily herald^ Puhlhhed every morning, except Monday, by JOSEPH D. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: ' er annum, hy mail or express fIO.OO k. months, by mail or express 6.00 roe months 8.50 DRLiviRKt) sr Carriers, pur WWK, 25c. WEEKLY HERALD. PCBUHURD Evbkt SATI'KDAT Morniino TERMS: One year, hy mail «r express, ono copy JB.OC Six mouth*, by mail or express 1 75 Throe, month*, hy mail or express I.OC ADVKiiTISEMENTM Inserted at reasonable rates 14" All hinds ot Job Work done to compote with ••i v rnuieisco In price, style and cl«tfanco of workmanship. and of the description used in the bent dens in New York. Color frescoes on the walls represent impersonations of mirth, music and of dancing, ami cost $0,000. The rooms on the second floor are smaller, and are kept for the accommodation of parties who wish to play a heavy game of draw poker. When the house was thrown open there were scores of curious women pres ent, and it must be remembered the sea son here is not yet fairly opened. Last night there were quite a number of peo ple bucking the tiger iv the front parlor, and one ol tbe attendants said iv a few weeks they expected to have the rooms Crowded every night. He was Asked If they expected to have ladies present, and he suiJ: "Oh, yea, they'll come to it sooner or later; it's only a question of time. We've got to get over the preju dice, and do as they have been doing tor years in Germany.'' The populutian of Montana is now calculated ut 80,000. It in asserted that British capital to tbe extent of $30,000,000 went into Wyoming nnd Texas last year. LATE TELEGRAMS. (SPECIAL TO THE HEIUM/.) 9f yaterlouH Death Watsonvh.le, July 22.—The dea« body of an unknown mitn. was found ii a sand-cut four miles cast of here Im Thursday. Indications point to i suicide. A revolver and tt tmvt tridge-hox were found on tin ground near his feet und there were twc bullet wounds in the head. The de ceased U about 30 years of ago, five feel eight inches in height ami WM dresset in the gai ii of a laborer. Too SI tie h WhlNky Did l(. Sacrambnto, July 22.—P. J. Hooper, ex-Assembly man from this connty and Alio Private Secretary of Govern oi Powney during the latter's term, died here thitj evening in consequence ol lirotraeteil indulgence in alcoholicstimu ants. He was a native of Now Jersey and was about 50 years of age. The Situation In Chleaeo Chicago, July 23. - The We 4. i n Union Company haa recruited a new force for its general and atock telegraph service in this city, and market quota tions are reaching subscribers as usual to-day. The situation otherwise is un changed. More Of the strike Mkmthi.4, July 23.—There i* an im proved condition of tilings at the West ern Union ottos this morning. Manager Howard has ten men nt work, having been reinforced to-day by thoroughly competent operators trom Yicksburg. The Hold and Stock indicator at tbe Merchants' Exchange and at the two "bncketahops" are working this morn ing. All thu market reports, im lading tbo i- from Cbicago, have beeu received. The strikers continue to remain tinn. The Telegraph Hide of the Mtory. New York, July 23.-The foroe of operators which reported for duty at W\& \y**fern Unitin telegraph office thi* morning, numbered about two hundred, and it was said that none of those who were at work last week were missing from tbeir posts. There was no business h-.ft over last night and this morning til the wires were clear and there was uo delay iv handling ull n.attcr. One of the official* said the outlook was comiug more eucouraging every day. He said: "The force ut onr com mand is now more advantageously distribntf d than at any other of the strike and everything ia working mn (Mi mora smoothly than could have been expected under the circumstances. Under this arrangement of our forces we hope to avoid ir the future all those delays which resulted from the demoral jzttt, >n attending the strike last week. Tbe number of applicants for situations is increasing each nay and before the end of „thr week we hope to have , most of the empty dfsks tilted. It cer'aluly does not seem as though we were much hampered when we are able to send and receive messages to md from all points in the south and west. The statement that our business in the (iulf States is completely blocked is with out foundation. This morning every wire is working and we are getting along about as well ns before iho strike. The tumor that the boys and girls cmpluyed M **check clerks" would join the strike this morning is not confirmed by facts and all were at work as usual." I Am It Mhanld hi-. Ntw Yomk, July 22.—A French pauper was sen r back to yes terday on ihe steamer Knglnnd and a Swedish pauper was returned on the City of Cheater by the Emigration Com missioner:;, who also shipped n man nud his wife and four Children by the steam er Kngland because they were assisted emigrunts and hail no means of supi>ort. Afflicted Mexico. Washington, July 23.—The Surgeon Ueneral of the Marine Hospital bns been informed that n vessel from Veia Cruz has appeared off Apalachicola. The Collector has btWB i net rue ten to send the vessel to .Ship Island. Tbe Bnrgeoi»-(Jen«ral has also been informed that the «mal| |kix and yellow fever have appenrud in Mata lo.ni/'-n and Cienfnegos, and that cholera exists in Crinpenche and Oaxaca, Mexico. Too ttood to be True. Chicago, July 23.- Advices trom In dutn Territory say that tbe result ot the recent leasing by the Arapahncs and Cheyennes of the western portion of their reservation for grazing purposes is likely to revolution!/- the entire Indian ques tion. The rental i" nearly #ti3,lMK> per year, payable semi-annually in cash ami cattle. The first payment is to be made iv a few days. The Island of Anticoati, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, is to be sold Septem ber next to redeem the mortgage upon The police of Philadelphia seized about three Uitihela of pistols of vari 00i kind* from men and hoys ou the Kuitrth. Archbishop Lynch, of Toronto, Oat., has issued a pastoral, demnndiug the pay muutof the Peter's pence in the see under his coutrol. The new high license net recently passed hy thi Legislature of Missouri will increase tbe revenues of that State nearly $1, 000,000 ay. nr. A Georgia paper say a that a ruby fun nil in Ha baa edu&tj, that st.tr, is worth over .$3,000, aud is the largest ever found ou this continent. Chicago has lOW streets fl#B lire boxes, H iwstaAeee, 00 public schools, .7 asylum*. 15 hospitals, 11 public libra ries, 22 ceii.cteritrj~unil about 5000 sa loon.. Mrs. Cutiniughum, who recently mar ried clandestinely au army hergeant in the aiMiy ia New Mexico, is a sister, und not a (tieee, of Mrs. Senator Logan, aa bus been published. There ue 13,000 cub drivers in New York, fcfid it speaks well for th. ir hon esty that during the past year nearly (0,000 articles lull in their vehicles were turned over to thu safekeeping of the police. The tir-it Ice-cream ever seen ut Bt. I ..in- was on the occasion of the marriage of Miss Louise tyflot— Q to Gabriel Paul, tiUy-uine yearn ago. ft was served by v New Orleans caterer and created a sen sation. The granite shaft that for more than half a ceutury marked the grave of Thumas Jefferson, bus Ixjen given to I'residentS. S," Laws, of the Missouri .State Uutvcrsity, who will place it in the campus of that institution at Colum bia. The youugest brigadier general in the Uuiled States army is Gen. Mackenzie, only 4.', an lit is said that luitln-r in England nor Oo the continent is there an officer of Lis age, outside of royal blood, who has attained this rank. Gen. Pope is the oldest. It is said that a ceitain gray haired old beggar in New York is a lady who was oik * engaged to be married to Jus tice Saluiou P. Chose, and who bvcam>. iusane years ago, after the' engagement was brokeu. Her name, it i f, is Lucy E. Maelein, who was one:' a Tery beautiful woman. The real name of "Joaquin" Millar is Cincinnati! Heme MUler. Hisd.vorcea wilt 's maiden name was Minnie Theresa Dyer, and her literary pseudonym was "Minnie Myrtle.'' It is said that the name "Joaquin" was given to Mr. Hitlei oy "the hoys" in his early California ex perience, when he was "roughing it," trim a real or fancied resemblance to a noted Spaumh highwayman, and he adopted it ns a pseudonym. A Peruvian, living at Mjlan, has made a clock eiit.n l) out of breft 1. Too po» r ti purchase metal, and with only a cer tain ttllowan c ot bread dady, he de* prlfed hitn.-elt regularly of the soft por ROM of the (oof, sat "tying his hunger wiih the crusts. He used a ecrtain salt to solidify the materia!, which then be* r.une hard nud perfectly insoluble in water. The clock keeps good time, and the case, made of haideued bread, is handsome. * Horseford's Acid Phosphate. FOR WOMEN AND t'llll MOOT. Dr. JOS. HOLT, Now Orleans, U., *ays: "I have frequently fouml it of ex cellent service in cases of oYhility, lose >f appetite, and in e.inv,ilescer.ee from exhaustive illness, and particularly of «ervice in treatment ot women and children. The Mexican remedy for diseases of ihe kidney I and Madder is Ihinnaua Bit ter*. Mrsi KId.ANEOUS. TUTTS PILLS TORPID BOWELS. DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA, , From tnosoßonrocs ariao throe fonrtlia ol ho dlaeaeca of tho human race. 1 nose ivmptmna Indicate thelroxiatenoc: Jiyes ol fppetlte, BamU costive, (licit Head icnr, fultne.a after eating, aversion to icrtlon nt body er mind, atrnetatloe nf food, Irritability of temper, I»w iplrlta, A feeling of having neglected .ome dnty, Dlazinesa, Fluttering- at the if cart, not a before the eras, highly c ol wed Brine, f OWsITIPiTIOMT and do naod the nao of a romedythat note directly in the) Liver. AsaLlTermedlclnoTtlTT'S PILLS have no cjual. Their action on th* Kidneys and Skin la also prompt; removing ill impurities through these three " aeaT rngera of the ayetam," producing appe tite, sound digestion, a clear iklnand a vigorous body. TOTT'fl ITOu mmse no nausea or griping nor Interfere with dally work andaro a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. o«co.itMinT.ylM,,N-V TUTTSHAIR DYE. GKAT Haiß oh WHimrillM changed in etotly to a GM«lt Black hy n Hlnglo ap plication of this DTE. Sold by Druggists or sent by exumas on rooclpt of at. Offloo, ,4Murray Steeet, New TUTT'S MANUAL Of BStfUL KKIrT* Fall A NEW Jet Black Ink, Hi Best in the Market, Writes llliiek ami Hows l ccclv P. LAZARUS, Jylalm The Leading- Ntattoner Gambling for Woman The lattndj and roott successful attempt tv open, a gambling hell at Lung Branca is now fairly under way. tt ia the first elaborato attempt made in this country to imitate Mie sporting honsoa nf lladen anil other Kuropean spas, ami to enlist American women to imitate the practices of uontiuental fashionables. It ii sit uated at Ihe weat end, opposite to tlie hotel Ol that name. To the publ 0 hi It knownas the I'ennayltania (Jab House, anil a large flag rioala from hte tall l an ter ataff hearing the name. Soft velvet carpets catch the footfall every where, and the restaurant, with its blaze id ligbt and apnrkle of crystal, will rivsl Dclmonico's or the Brunswick. Imme diately behind the restaurant are the no jest apleni|ili parhirs where, an Turkey rgga and under sparkling chandellerri, |iea cnAchaiit the royal tiger. A door from IhVreataurant lends to a corridor; a word to the attendant and you are in the fir-it of the parlors, of'which there are three. There are four chandeliers, ope at each oovner of the room, making alto gether sixty-four gas jots, and uorltmen are preparing elcotrio lights in addition. These chandelier* are aaid to have cost 14,800. The octagonal shape" of the room affords a tine chance for fresco work, and tho walls and ceiling have been loaded with highly ornate and artistio designs iv allegorioal art. The sofas, easy chairs, ottomans and divans arc of oriental rtohnrsi,. Adjacent to tho entrance J.«,r It the sweet lay out, at which the vis itors, when recoverecV'from tba effects Of the magnificence, can risk their money ou tbe dice. To the right la a faro lay-oat, and opposite it on tbe left ja a roulette table. tha gambling NKW ADYKKTISKMKN IS. Tho Onlpr oi* Trade THE QUEEN! FASHIONABLE Boot a,xn.oL ©Ha.©© Store. 00 NORTH MAIN 62 NEW STOCK - LOW PRICES Make Us Popular. Crystal Palace. REDUCED PRICE Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Chandeliers AT COST OF IMPORTATION! t.el Our Prices Before Purcliasinj; Elsewhere. We will Always Sell Cheaper than our Competitors. MEYBERG BROS., 81 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. ' lY'«-tf Hi SLOTTERBECK, Sportsmen's Headquarters, Temple Block, Opposito United States Hotel, F>e»lcr in all English and American Latest Im [iru.iMj Fast aii(l Hammcrles*. Breech-Loa din.? Shnh.imw.sji Bjfibfl^beh Mn \m\\ HjH Laaaaw ii-,,Sfj gnus o. BRNRNARfI All work done best ,trle, niieakini! toll an,l leaving no need for self- Xos. 107. I 0.'». 103, 101 <ommeni.il and ->0'» Los An geles Street, los angeles city. House JRatnlillahrrl tKflO ) G. L. MESNAGER & CO., (Successors to VACHB FRERER & OO.) WINE & BRANDY MAKERS, Offer lor vie to the Wholeialb anil Retail Trade One Hundred Thonsand Gallons of Pure Old California Wines of All h. nds and Grape Brandies Made by Themselves. Also KEEP ON HO THE FINEST BRANDS OF WHISKIES DIRECT FROM THE EAST. All r*-r<on> In eeareh ol rare and Healthy OM California Wines should lire thorn a call. 3MC AIM g$ TORE. JOYAUX & TROMBONI, COM M ISS 1 ()\ MERCHANTS, And General in Wool, Sheep and other Prodnee, Agent* Tor Matthews' Sheep llip. VTholeaale an.l Retail DeaSan hi Croceriea, Pro.raloae, Wine., l.vi -a. Tol.aeeos, Kl.-.; Farmer;. - . Win.-Grower* and Stoek-Kaiaera - Sundries. ftTGoods Delivered Promptly to any pnrt of the City.-*! 1st:) tlnlr, street. Ileltveeu < oil i l nnd Klra- Imh Aiierl.'H. tat. WHOLKSALK AND RETAII DEALER IN WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS. FIRST STREET. BETWEEN SPRING AMI MAIS. XaQgi AJgaTO-JElXasglSß, QAI.. lebmu Items of Interest J. J. MELLUS, Commission Merchant, NO. 7 LOS ANGELES ST., Craln and all Kind-ol < onntry Produce. mt BARLEY A SPECIALTY. *> Also agi'tit for Tarpey * Klrkoatrlrti'a thor olKhbreil HTANISH MK.hI.NKKIIK.KI>. IOO.OIHI NHRKK FOR HAH. Si.lo AjMal tor tlie Chninpinn Barbed Wiru nnd Ojrfcngo (l.ilvanized Iron, marlotl HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE. Onb story oottngc in East I.oat Anyeles, One atory cottage in KerkhotT, Cuzner & Co. Tract, IliMO. lota in KeilihorT, Cuzner & 6q. Tract .ranging from 5250 to f|oo. Apply at Lumber Yard, COR. ILAMKIM and IWICY. PERRY MOTT&CG7S LUMBER YARDS AND PLANINO MILLS, N0.76 COMMERCIAL STREET. MMMI Notice to Builders. I " ; i h for building i>n addition to tho Goorjrlii-street School House will bo recclvoll up to n * m . WwtnmkJay, July %% ISM, by the un ■iMftpMl at his office, Htvoin No. IH, Mclkiiml! Block, whnre Information rvfunlliuj the nuturo ot the work, etc., tan bo obtained. FRANK A. GIBSON Los A.m.. July 17, 1888- Jylßtu LOS ANOKLES, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1883.—WITH SUPPLEMENT. Alameda Street FOU N DRY Has n, oponod, and will do ranting mt >torea and ol all kinds; also all kinds of loundry work. All work will l» Mrat flaw, laiave onlcr* at tho corner 11 Alameda and AHso street*, or at the Fouutlry, I*. BALLAD* i co. Jylolmo Proprietors. H. Newmark & Oq., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Dealer* la Wool, Qmm. Hldea. 11, 13 and IS 1,08 ANOKLKKBTRKKT. laatti CANN & KING Billiard Parlor and Saloon, No. 20 MAI-N STREET. HOUSE KlltsT OI.ABH IN EVERY HEKI'EiT Most Improved |>attems of Billiard Taldes THE FINEST LIQUORS & CIGARS Al«*A\*t on hnncl. Gh-e vi a cull. ftBlt Crow's Peaches, FOR CANNING, we for m)* in 'iiiAiilltlo. to unit, to fumilio-, at B. GERMAIN'S MO \. MAIN STREET, !.<>« %nus-1.-~ ( al. Jylj lm NKW ADVKKTISI'.MF.NTB. Peter. Peter, Pumpkin-enter. had ;i Wife and Couldn't Keep Her! Prudent Business Men Cannot a fiord to carry stock from one season to another, nnd to further this end we will, until further notice, inaugurate n » COLOSSAL CLEARANCE ! We understand the public wants, and enjoy the peo ple's confidence, and they rely upon our word. We prom ise an array of figures that will paralyze the old fogies that copy our advertisements and advance our original ideas as their own. This Colossal Clearance Will embrace all lines, and onr centre tnbles will teem with inducements heretofore unknown. During this sale packages will be delivered only at 12 M. and 6. P. M. PRICE.^^' FRANK R. DAY. JOE BAYER. Joe. Bayer & Co. WHOLESALE AND Xl TAIL DEALHRS IN FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, ALL fi HADES OF CALIFORNIA WINES AND CHAMPAGNES. , . Orders hy Telephone promptly uttewlu.l to. Telophonc No. 38. Jni-11, CHAPMAN & PAUL DEALERS IN. TINWARE, HARDWARE, CANS, CROCKERY AND CLASSWARE. —o—- Roonfig and General Jobbing Executed Promptly Hq* I",* II romuirrelal Sit., l.os Aii S el. » ( al sob agent. I A- t , KlMC'l Ideal Hangex and MilMMrl Koundrj Stoves ami ItanffeN, ol SI. \*\m. AUo toe AM Iran Vapor Cooklnac Nlovf. tin RimiviHid and Hudson Kiiiiki'h. and ;i number ..( ..Um L-nding mohn | and Iwaitlnj stovo», which cannot !«■ excelled tor <-««>; in Inat and durability. « PIPE-WORK A SPECIALTY. Call and Inspect Our Stock and Prices. Barker & Allen, 8 & 10 MAIN ST., NEAR PICO HOUSE. , Wholesale and Hi-tall Heaters In Furniture, Carpets, fall Paper, Etc. * Are Receiving their Imnieiise Spring Steel Direct from Eastern Factories. ' Will meet any prioes on the Paciflo Coast. The Public ar cordially invited to call and see our (roods and get prices be fore purchasing*. ml v ntA-NK XX. I.OWII, kop.meh.ly with woollacott, has opened an estahlishment in the | Rcrnevo niook, Han Fernando t»t..OnnANite the Slew PaHNenger laepot HETAIL dealer in pink — "WXSO-Xlfl*, UQTTOBS Ac OXOARS lift tt 4-ootlw a M|>ejrl«lt>'. The patron»pr of tho public is respectfully solicited k\\b lm NKW AI>VKI!TISKMK\M BRIGHT ;| koines to the front with a surprise announcement for fear that some one may not nnrl out that lie is in the front rank with better bargains than an)- other house West. Having not quite sold <>ut the nice stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS ought of Polaski a Sou at 50 rwnU ou the dollar. Aud iv addition to their atock ho baa v mammoth stock bought of flmitli, .lonos ft Co., of Kansas City, Mo., who MM with a freah .took uf Staple and ttuey i>ry (ioodn, which ffli bought hy agent In St. f.ouia, Mo. Stock amounting to $21,000 una bought for cash for 810,000, nnd will be anld hero at "JO per cent. loan than samo goods Oan he bought. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS ! TableDamaak, all Linen, 50 cts. per yard;soo dozen Napkins ootatos2.so per dozen. Good Towels from sto 50 cents, linen crash at from 5 to 15 cents a yard. 5,000 YARDS SUMMER DRESS GOODS tr. cent* to 75 cents per yard. Wool Dreaa Oooda at a groat sacrifice aa our stock is too large io thut line. Laoe Cultllni 10 to IS otnta a yard. Collars and tics at half price to close two theatook. Lollies', Misses' and Children's Hose for from fl to 50 cento. len's Hose, Sto M cents. Corsets 2S cents to tl. The Largest Stock of RIBBOITS At loss HUM Now York wholesolo prices'. A large stock of IIUE lE* N' S HATS 10 CtS ami upward. Also a large stock of ladies' and Children's Hats, At less price than any place West. Ladles' anil Children* _ SHOES AT COfST! 'o Close out the Stock, and ten thousand other Articles too Numerous to MTbntion. JALL AND EXAMINE THE STOCK AND PRICES. •7. CJ- BRIOHT. 239 Main Street. JyW j. w. calkiWTarriage CO. ( or. of Los Angeles nml Arcadia Sts.. Opp. Aliso St. V^^^^^^^ l 2 £ I s 2 ? \ ? Sole lift nts tor Sotitliern California for the Celebrated work ot R. F. BRIGGS & CO., of Anesbuiy, Mass., Hie finest work ever slinwu in Ibis city. A full slock ot various styles now ready for inspection. Including IM'.WETTS i OPPENHEIU B|I«VY JI HP-SEATS. ALSO THE CALIFORNIA I NlMtl\<; WA«OX IK THIS FIXE <M ALITY. DEALERS AND LI VERY MEN SI IM* LIEU. Tho "Tip Top" Carriage Sunshade. Can be adjusted to any desired position very cheap anil tlcsirahle. fyPleaae call or send for illustrated price liat. ml 7 3n daw FRANK SHRIBR, WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL HEALER IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, CHEWINC&SMOKING TOBACCO. < 11. VHKTTKss. I'I.\YIY<. CtBM, KT«' Xos. 100 & IOS X. Sprint: Street. Cor. Market, Los Angeles, Cal. FRESH IMPORTED CIGARS A SPECIALTY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE. je2*f J. KIEIEH 0. U. KIEPKH. |>. p' KIKFDI. J- KIErB JEfc Sd C3O-, IMI OKTKRS AND WHOLESALE MCALXM IN WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, Itotli t'orciitn and Homes!ie. GROWERS OF CALIFORNIA WINES & BRANDIES. No. 320 N. Main St., Los Anjfeles, Near the Pico House ia «T NKW A 1 >VI RT IS KM KN TS. For Sale. San Mael Rancho, with DOOLI WATCH isinirT*. THE SANCHEZ PLACE Subdivided Into eight lots of from ten to forty acres. Two forty-acre lots finely improved with good dwellings nnd bear ing orchards of Orange. Lem on, reach. Pear. Cherry, Ap ple, Tig, Apricot, Italian Chest nnt, English Walnut, Pome grannie and Olive Trees in bearing: two reservoirs nnd one well. PRICE, $6,000 EAOH, And unimproved lota, now in harlcy, eighty dollars per acre. , ] TWICE THE IRRIGATION WATER PaT arre to thut uld cm cither the Dreyfus, Huhne or Childa Tracts in this sumo Rancho. The water sold with this SANCHEZ TRACT on a forty acres is the entire water of the < 1 Verdugo Canyon, Twelve hours each live weoks. If desired, the above Land without the trees will be sold at sixty-five dollars per acre with an amount of water equal to tliat of the Child's- Tract. TERMS: One - Thirtl cash, balance on reason able time. M. L. WICKS, ROOMS 86 & 87 TEMPLE BLOOK. i ~ m r RANDOLPH HEADERS. MOWI\(, MACHINES, HORSE RAKES, FARM WAGONS, SPRING WAGONS, HEADER TRUCKS, CARRIAGES & BUGSIES, Cheap for Cash at REES&WIRSCHING'S, 123, 125 and 127 Los Angeles Street, LOS ANGELES, CAL. jr»', dm J i OIL HOUSE. Scofield&Tevis CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPOR TATION CO. B. A. EDWARDS, Manager. Importers snd and dealer, in Paints White Lead, Turpentine, liUm, lliumiiiatlne n'n.l lv lirl.-attnsr (MX etc., etc. NO. 23 LOS ANGELES STREET, LOS AMIEI.ES, CALIFORNIA. apltf PONET & ORR, ] UNDERTAKERS A EMBALMERS, OO Main Htreet. Kin), ibmnir (or Shipyhiff a Specialty. ft mn <' 11 ■"' I- r . M .t ie- th other houses, hot the pot.lie v. ill ba aal isllcd on inquiring that our prices are Lower than Any Other limine In tbe City And SATISFACTION (IfAKANTIiED. I Telephone connect i. „i with store UKj , iv-Mencu. UVTlittt HO FOR SANTA MOM( A ( l\ VO\. Don't (all to call at , miCSU toms < \m\ For Ann brands o( Liquors and Cigars. . Wo have alao In connection accommodation (or teams, all o( which will Ik- taken care ol hy ex airtanrsd h—da, (ttftji RVi/o * co. Phineas Banning, FORWARDING &• COMMISSION AGENT, WH MINOTON, Loa AiHtelea County. Cal. Vessels toyed, goods lightered, Inmba - and (rraln stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. oeTtl NO. 131.