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SATURDAY JAN. 20, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Herald sieain Priming House Is
not surpassed by any Job Printing office
oa tbe Pacific Coast, outside ot Sau Fran
ulsco, in facilities for doing Job work.
Lew prleea, good work and expedition
may be relied upon at tbls office.
A Familiar Chas with our people.
Th* people of Lei Angelea are
now emerging from the most pro
longed, exaiperating an J far reach
ing trial to which we have ever
■eon any place subjected. A mere
reference to the suspension of the
Temple and Workman Bank,
which followed the auipenalon of
tha Bank of California, two years
ago, to the small-pox epidemio of
last year, and to tbe drouth whleh
fallowed that, will convey to tbe
observant the full significance of
the calamities of which we
to make but a glancing mention.
Wa have stood these aggravated
and prolonged trials infinitely bet
ter than we expected. In tbe or
deal we have exhibited an elastici
ty and resources whleh, if we bad
reflected fully upon the matter, we
ahould have expected, but which,
we confess, wa did not look for.
However painful the experiences
•f thla period, embracing fully two
years, we are now through with
them. We have come forth from
the fiery furnace as triumphantly
aa the famous three whose story is
told in tho Biblical narrative. We
stand now on the threshold of a
year of unexampled plenty. There
are oertain lesions which we feel
like reading to our people as they
start on tbe new era of prosperity
whloh will be accelerated with
each month of the current year.
Ftrat, we would like to cay a
word to land-owners: You have
passed a whole year iv which the
demand for property has been sim
ply nothing as compared with the
three preceding years. Take a lea
•on from the experiences of that
woful time. Mark your prloes
down to tbe very lowest notch, in
reason. Let your chief aim be to
•ncourage the settlement of ener
sretio and progressive people.
Los Angelea county cau easily
furnish homes for a population of
two hundred thousand souls. You
•hould aim to attract those people
bare, and one of the best induce
ments to their earning will be the
conviction that they will be lot iv
on "bed-rock" prices for laud. They
naturally desire to partake of the
enhancement which will follow Id
tbe wake of the increased popula
tion which is certain to come here,
and of whioh they themselves will
be a part. It may b» set down as
the frozen truth that not oue foot
of ground is now cultivated ln Los
Angeles county for tea which will
be under crop, in ten years from
now, if we pursue a judicious pol
To the City Council we have also
some suggestions: We beg to re
mind them that the California Leg
islature, under the existing law,
meets but once in two years. They
should make immediate arrange
ments, before the adjournment of
the present Legislature, to fund the
oitydebt. Fortunately this debt,
considering all [the circumstances,
Il not large. But it is iv a shape
just vow whicli makes it oppressive
to the tax payers. It should be
funded. All tbe arrangements to
wards this end should be perfected
before the preseut Legislature ad
journs, or we sball have to wait for
another two years, unless the Con
stitutional Convention should
sensibly provide for yearly sessions
ofthe Legislature. Much of our
debt matures In lumpsums, whloh
to be provided for in tbe
•yearly tax imposts. Tho payment
of these sums as they mature, no
sinking fund having been provided
for tbe purpose, gives our city the
appearaase of having a large yearly
tax rate. Instant measures should
be taken to get rid of this inconven
ient feature of our municipal nuan
ces. The state of things we have
described discredits us abroad; and
it works, besides, as an actual op-
Brnssion to tbe tax payer who lives
Within the city limits.
This is essentially an age and
country of shams. There is a cer
tain consistency in this when, from
the White House down, shams are
the order of tbe day. William E.
Chandler, the man who supervised
tbe job of "bull-dozing" the electo
ral vote of Florida for Hayes, said,
in his recent manifesto to the vot
ers of New Hampshire: "In Lou
"lslana there had beeu thrown In
"to tbe ballot boxes over 7,000
"more votes for Tilden tban for the
"Hayes electors, and to make
"Hayes President it became neces
sary for the Returning Board to
"throw out more than 7,000 Tilden
"votes on acoount of alleged mur
"der, riot and intimidation." Some
slay or other tke smug li7pocrisy
nnd arrogance ef tbe Republican
leaders will strike in on the people
•fthe United State* and they will
•waken,with a start,to a realization
of tbe political nightmare under
•whicli they have been laboring for
the past thiiteen or fourteen years,
•nd, conspicuously, for tbe past
fifteen months. Tbe same Return
ing Board of Louisiana wbiob
threw out a popular majority fer
Tilden of 7,000 would have thrown
•atone of 70,000 under the same
sjlroumstence*. The only limit of
tbis throwing out was that of ne
cessity. If throwing out three hun
dred votes only would have elected
Hayes, .the- Republican conspira
tors would have gladly limited
their prestidigitation to tbat num
ber. There would have been less
lndecsnoy in it. So when it cams
to the Bto 7 Commission. There
were a certain number of disputed
votes. To justify the declaration
tbat Hayes bad been elected Presi
dent it was necessary to count
every one of these nineteen dis
puted votes for Hayes, and then he
was only elected by one majority.
A single one of the nineteen would
have elected Mr. Tilden. It was
therefore necessary for the eight to
grab every one of them, and they
proceeded to do It in tbe most cold
blooded manner conceivable. Had
there been thirty-nine disputed
electoral votes the Eight would
have given Tilden twenty of them,
for appearance sake. The necessity
was urgent, and the shameless
thing was done, with a hardy dis
regard of justice. The new role in
Which Chandler figures is merely
a verification of the old adage that,
"when rogues fall out, honest men
come by their own." Tbe United
States will never be a politically
olean nation until Hayes, like a sec
ond Jonah, has been spewed forth.
Whether or not he is evsr removed
from bis til-gotten office, he stands
to-day repudiated by the American
Ws are glad to learn, from an
iaterview with the new, Working
man's Senator from Alameda
county, Mr. Banes, which we saw
in the San Francisco Post, that
that gentleman takes no steck in
Kearney or in incendiary utter
ances. Iv fact, tbe most infallible
recipe fer killing the Working
men's movement as a political or
ganization would be to send out
Kearney as its accredited repre
sentative. The well-poised, intelli
gent workingman, who bas a de
termined and matured purpose to
make his influence felt in Ameri
can politics, is painfully handi
capped by such intemperate and
violent men as Kearney. The re
porter told Mr. Bones that he was
credited with having expressed the
opiniou that no single man should
be allowed to accumulate over half
a million dollars. Mr. Bones ad
mitted tbat he had expressed opin
ions to that effect, but that he
doubted if his aspiration would be
realized in his life-time, If ever.
The new Senator is evidently a
sensible, moderate mau, and a rep
resentative of the laboring classes
of whom they may justly be proud.
He announced tbat his earliest
legislative efforts would be direct
ed towards the repeal of the Incen
diary Act. In this we wish him
God speed. It was a panicky and
ill-considered law, which should
not loug be permitted to disgrace
Three or four years ago the
Eastern mau who proposed to come
to California had to face certain
manifest pecuniary disadvantages.
Greenbacks were theu at a large
discount—we cannot recall the ex
act figure, but it was probably at
least teu or twelve per cent. No
such obstacle interposes now. In
fact, by making his expenses
moderate, and settling his bills
daily, in silver, the penurious
visitor could make a pre
mium on his greenbaoks. Even
in large transactions depending on
the sale ef lands tbe terms would
probably not be modified if pay
ment were stipulated to be in
greenbacks. This is a radical
change, and it shouid operate
largely in favor of tbe Pacific
Coast. Three or four years ago
the Intending settler who started
for California with one hundred
thousand dollars had to face the
proapeot of seeing his capital re
duced to ninety thousand dollars
or less—a disagreeable experience
which deterred many from coming.
The drouth of last year bas so far
prevented our reaping tbe advan
tages arising from this changed
financial status; but, with tho res
toration of bountiful crops and
with prosperity throughout ths
length and breadth of California,
we sball shortly begiu to ohronicle
the full volume ef the old tide of
travel towards the Pacifio Coast.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
l*psoial tn tbe Herald by tbe Western
Unlou Telegraph Company.]
Pacific Coast News.
Rallreail raissager List.
Delano, Jan. 25.—Following are
tbe named of tbe passengers from
San Francisco for Los Angeles on
tbe train detained at this point:
P M Brown, Mrs C E Brown and
two children, Mrs L M Oardner, A
B Smith, M Gallngsr, J B Land,
W D Brown, M S Lawrence, W
Everts, E F Bancroft, H C Gash
wiler, J P H Wentwortb, R Bobn,
Miss P E Eskllmier.
Sacramento, Jan. 15th.— The
Senate took up as tbe special order
Lewis's bill re-establishing the
contract between tbe State Board
of Education and Bancroft A Co.
for Pacific Coast Readers.
Curtis then introduced a substi
tute for the whole subject matter.
The substitute provides tbat with
in twenty days after the passage of
tbe act the Governor should ap
point a competent person to pre
pare manuscript for "<«e of
California books, to
the State printing office anil dis
tributed to pupils at cost price.
After a long aud acrimonious de
bate tbs Seuate adjourned until to
morrow, making the bill the spe
cial order arter the reading of the
Assembly — Nsw bills: By
Brewn, to amend section 17750f the
Political Code. Referred to Com
mittee ou Education. The bill
provides that County Boards of
Examination may renew teachers'
certificate! without examination
and may revoke certiQcatei for
immoral or unprofessional conduct
By Neally, an act to repeal the
act providing punishment for in
cendiary language, approved Jan
uary 19th, 1878, known as the Bist
Aot. Referred to the Judiciary
By Gougb, a memorial from the
laboring men of the nth Senatorial
District of San Franclsoo, proteat
against tbe new Riot Aot aud ask
ing for its repeal. Referred to the
Breakers Inside the Honda - Oue
San Fbancisco, Jan. 25th.—The
ship Western Shore, for Seattle,
the bark King Phillip, for Port
Gamble, and the Bolivian bark
Don Nioolai, for Victoria, were
towed to sta this morning. The
tugs left them inside the bar which
was breaking heavily. The wind
was too light to enable the ships
to work across against the heavy
rollers. Three of the ver bis were
carried about a mile scuth of the
Heads where the breakers are con
tinuous from bsach to bar. All
anchored in the breakers. Tbis
evening the King Philip parted
her cables and went ashore. The
others are still holding on, but lia
ble to go at any moment,as a heavy
sea is running owing to tbe rectnt
gale. The fate of tbe crew of the
King Philip is not yet ascertained.
She will undoubtedly go to pieces.
She is a bark of 1189 tens owned
by Pope & Talbot o'this city. All
the vessels were in ballast.
Killed by lbs Parted Hawser.
San Francisco, Jan. 2oth.—A
portion of the crew of the bark
King Philip have reached the
shore in a boat. Tbe others remain
on tbe vessel on the western shore,
where she still holds ou. Several
tugs have attempted to rescue her
from her perilous position without
success. Captain Blinn, her com
mander, was killed by the parting
of the hawser, which struck him
on the rebound. The bark Don
Nioalas, which lay in a more fa
vorable position, has beeu towed
off and is now entering tbe har
bor. At last reports tbe sea was
Increasing. The King Philip is
valued at about $25,000 aud is un
Ninr.ll Pox In Oregon.
Portland, Jan. 23.—The storm
has ceased and tbe weather is
bright and pleasant.
Great excitement prevails at
Hillsboro, Washington county, ever
the presence of the small pox.
There is one case, and it is feared
tbe contagion will spread, as a
number of persons have beeu ex
posed to the disease.
Latest Eastern News.
Washington, Jan. 25th.—Rep
resentative Waddell introduced a
bill to establish and maintain Na
tional savings deposits as a branch
of the Postoffice Department. Re
ferred to the Committee on Post
offices and Post roads, of which he
By a vote of 146 to 104, the House
went into Committee of the Whole
on the bill extending tbe time for
the withdrawal of distilled spirits
in bond until July Ist. Several bills
on tbe calendar were set aside
for tbe purpose. Tucker explained
the bill and said it was a question
whether the House should ruin or
save from ruin the distillers who
were interested in the reduction of
the tax on whiskey—they were the
geese which lay tbe golden eggs for
the Government. He argued that
the bill was a geod one and eugbt
to be passed. Burcbard also advo
cated the the bill, although oppos
ing a reduction of tbe tax. He did
not believe the House would vote
for a bill which decreased the whis
key tax and increased the tea and
■eeeipts sau Expeuiiltiirea slues
Washington, Jan. 25th.—The
quarterly account of the United
States Treasurer, which Is the gen
eral cash account of the United
States, shows the following figures
of receipts and expenditures: Re
ceipts—Balance due the United
States July Ist, 1859, unavailable,
$4,685,625; money received by the
Treasurer from July Ist, 1859, to
June 30tb, 1877, $14,835,289,660;
total $14,868,482,909. Expenditures
—Money paid by tbe United States
Treasurer from July Ist,
1859, to June 30th, 1877, and
changed out by authority of
law, $14,653,017,213; balance due
United States unavailable Juno 30,
1877, $29,585,805; available at same
date, $185,879,883; total expendi
Hslittwi' Resolution Passed.
Washington, Jan. 25th.—The
Senate to-day, by a vote of 43 yeas
to 22 nays, passed tbe concurrent
resolution of Matthews declaring
tnatall bonds of the United States
issued or authorized to be issued
are payable, interest and principal,
at the option of the Government of
the United States, in silver dollars
of the coinage ef tbe United States,
containing 412} grains sash of
standard sliver, and that to restore
to its coinage such silver ooins as
legal tender ln payment of said
bonds, principal and interest, is
not in violation of public faith nor
in derogation of the rights of pub
■ dentist Drail.
Washington, Jan. 25.—Captsin
Frederick D. Stewart disd this
morning of pneumonia. He was a
member of the seientiflc corps tbat
accompanied Capt. Wilkes in the
South Sea Expedition and a con
spicuous Odd Fellow.
Ou irlisl fur wife Poiaoulnc—Out-
Omaha, Jan. 25th.—An impor
tant and interesting poisoning oase
is now ln progress at Fremont,
Nebraska. Dr. Oeorge 81. Louis is
charged with the murder of bis
wife by arsenic She) died in Juna
last under such suspicious circum
stances that a post mortem exami
nationjwaa deemed necessary and as
a result of this action tbe stomach
and liver of deceased wars sent to
Chicago for chemical analysis at
the hands fl Dr. Waltsr 8. Halites,
the well known expert, who, it is
said, discovered four grains of ar
senic ln ths liver of deceased. He
is present at Fremont, to testify in
the oase. Nearly all the doctors of
Omaha have also bssu subpoenaed
as expert witnesses. The reason
assigned fer the murder is that Dr.
St. Louis was on very intimate
terms with a Mrs. Bloomer and
bsnce wanted to put his wife out of
Last night Mary EUsn O'Rulli
van, aged fifteen, was enticed into
a notorious den and there outraged
by a nsgro, assisted by two white
women. The victim's screams
brought aid, but tbe negro escaped.
His accomplices were arrested.
Wool sun Dull
New York, Jan. 25th.—Wool is
without animation but ns yet they
are not iv receipt of any large or
UmtU Ag-ent Arreetecl.
Deadwood, D. T., Jan. 25tb. —
Last night Sheriff Manning arrest
ed George Healy in a Deadwood
saloon. Healy was identified as
one of the party of road agents
that infested the Cheyenne route
European Cable News.
Rusalau Provlslou cispnte lull.
Sistova, Jau. 25th. —The im
mense stores of provisions and ma
terials here have hardly been
touched as yet, showing that the
depots at Blela, Tirnova, Gabrova
and Sal va are not exhausted. This
coincides with tbe information
frem those places. Neither Rus
sian soldiers nor horses have suf
fered, but the beasts of transport
contractors in ths towns on tbe
Danube,where forage is exhausted,
died by thousands. There is good
crossing on the ice now and thou
sands of laden wagons and sledges
on the north shore will cross over
to replenish the depots.
lutrlsnea of Ibe Porte.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 25.—The
Agence F.usse calls attention to tbe
false reports and diplomatic in
trigues emanating frem the Porte
for the purpose of embroiling Eng
land and Russia, and says: The
Turkish Government intentionally
spreads panic, disorder and desola
tion amongst its subjects to aggra
vate tbe crisis and push matters to
extremities. Evsnts are precipi
tating more rapidly tban any com
binations to the general collapse,
which will probably require the
agreement and intervention of all
General Ignatieff left yesterday
for tbe Russian headquarters at
Teasels to Protect Itallau firubjeols.
Rome, Jan. 25. —Italian vessels
will shortly ba dispatched to the
various Turkish ports to protect the
interests ot Italian subjects.
FuslJsu Opinion of she pence cou
London, Jan. 25.—Count Schou
valoff, Russian Ambassador, bad
an interview with Lord Derby at
tbe latter's private residence to
The Pall Mall Gazette, iv its
leading editorial article, says it
considers the allegbd terms of
peace about as hard as they could
well bt, and as amounting to the
virtual destruction of tbe Turkish
Empire and the reduction of tbe
Sultan to the condition of a Rus
sian vassal. If, after the publica
tion of these terms, the resigna
tions of Lord Derby and Carnar
von are withdrawn, we may con
clude that no effective resistance
will be made by England to what
ever agreement tbe Czar and Sul
tan may come to.
Earl «trunrvou'i Explanation.
London, January 25th.—Iu the
House of Lords tbis afternoon,
Lord Beacousfield, answering the
Earl of Sandwich, said it was a
fact that instructions bad been
given to the fleet to prooeed to the
Dardanelles and Constautinople.
At the same time the Government
was prepared to telegraph to the
European Powers, including Rus
sia and the Forte, that, in tbe
course the Government had fol
lowed, there wis not the slightest
deviation from the policy of neu
trality they had first announced.
He maintained tbat the British
fleet went to the Dardanelles to de
fend British subjects and British
property and to take care of British
iuterests iv the straits. Since the
Government had arrived at tbat
resolution it had become acquaint
ed with the proposed conditions of
peace, and having examined those
conditions, tbe Government, bad
given directions to the Admiral to
remain in Besika Bay. They had
not, under tliese circumstances,
circulated throughout Europe the
telegraphic dispatch to which he
The Earl of Carnarvon rose to
make a personal explanation. He
said that, in order to justify his
conduct, he wished to state the
reasons which led him to resign
tbe Colonial Secretaryship. That
step he bad taken, and the Queen
was graciously pleased to accept it.
He would not Impute blame to
auy of bis colleagues, but ciroum-
Btanoes had arlseu whleh rendered
it incumbent on him to take this
oourse. He had dissented from tbe
resolution for sending a fleet
to the Dardanelles and also
to the supplementary vote
which the Chancellor of tbe
Exchequer had proposed to take on
Monday. He considered that such
a vete ought not have been mooted
until tbe terms of peace arrived
and became known. On January
2d be had occasion to address a
deputation. It would be remem
bered tbat he bad made a speech in
which he expressed his views re
garding the state of affairs in the
East. On tbe following day in Cab
inet tbe Prime Minister condemned
severely tbe language lie bad
used. He (Lord Carnarvon) took
tims to consider the course be
should take under the circumstan
ces and aa there waa no public dis
avowal of the language which had
been used, he felt justified in ten
dering his resignation. He main
tained that he had not in any way
misrepresented tha intentions of
ImproKinaui iv lima Market.
Liverpool, Jan. 25th.—A lead
ing grain circular says that, during
the first (our days ot „tue week, the
markets were very flat, with a ten
dency in prices to deolins. To-day,
in consequence of the ministerial
proposal ef yesterday la Parlia
ment, tbe market opened with an
active inquiry for wheat and
maize, holders asking advanced
prloes and some business being
done in both before business hours.
At tbis ths market has turned, and
there waa an extensive business in
wheat, white aud red advancing
fully one penny per cental on Tues
day's prices, with trade buoyant,
Flour is iv good demand ai full
E rices. A fair amount of oom has
sen taken and rather more was
paid for dry new. Mixed old uu
Mau to work on a ranch; one that can
milk. None but a s.ibsr man need apply.
Call at BROWN'o RESTAURANT. 108
Main street. J2O-21
The Improved land and part of tho house
At Monte Vista,
With growing crops on a portion or the
land. Splendid bee rancb, Iree irom
frost, sight miles west or the city.
Also, FOR SALE, beautiful hill lot ou
Olive street, adjoining northeast corner
ofOUveand Third strsets.
Enquire or JUBOE THOMPSON or C.
Auction Sale of Birds.
I will sell, at my Auction Store, corner
Spring and Market streets, THIS ifciatur
day) At TERNOON at 2u'elock, a num
ber ef superior SINGING BlRDS—Cana
riss, Golaflncbes and Mules—to close out
lot. It W. H. NORTHCRAFT.
Wanted to Hire.
BOBSB. BUGGY AND lIA UN ESS,
For two or three months, for light use 111
tbe country. Also, two or three genii*
Saddle Horses. Address, P. O. box .in.
Great Auction Sale
— OF —
GENERAL HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
AT VV. MAKXSEN'S,
No. 148 Slain Street,
Tuesday, Jan. 29th, 1878,
JMtd AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M .
I, Prof. E. L. Montrose,
Exposer of Spiritualism,
Challenge any Spiritualist to produce
any Medium whose perrorosaaces T can
notdupllcate, without the aid or spirits.
PROF. L. E. MONTROSE.
Pleo House. It
IT XJ SB
Cheaper than Wood
OKL aj jlv.Hj E2,
Los Angeles Cas Co.,
AT THEIR YARD ON ALISO STREET.
$15.50 PER TON.
Loa Anoeles, Cal., Jan. 23, 1878.
\S'ALTER M. LEMAN, Esq.:
Dear Sir:—We, tbe undersigned, citi
zens of Los Angeles, few of whom were
able to attend your reading of tho great
lecture ofthe late Nathan Porter, on the
rise, progress and influence otthe Urania
and your own beautiful poem, *Our Na
tive Land," on account of previous en
gagements, would respectfully Invito
you to repeal them at some future time,
to suit your convenience, and we think,
with suitable aud timely notice, we can
assure you a good hearing and favorable
F A MacDougall, N P Rlchardsou,M D,
A W Edelman, Chas c; fieaue,
J Newmark, J S Crawford,
F H Howard, T W Stack pole,
W J Brodrick, Win A Spalding,
R H Chapman, R S Lynch,
BCWhiilug, Joseph D Lynch,
A Glassell, HermanW Hellman
R M Widuey, S BCaswell.
J 8 Thompson, J J Carrillo,
Will 1) Gould. I R Dunfcelteerger,
E Bouton, Albert M Stephen*,
W Pridham, T E Rowan,
Chas R Johnson. E M Ross,
John G Downey, A W Hutton,
H X S O'Melveny, Honry M Smith,
James J Ayers, J W Stump,
L Loeb, C E Tuom,
I W Hellman, I a Slauson,
.1 A Gordon, X F Spence,
Constant Meyer. Cli Williams.
Los Angeles, Jan. 23d, IS7B.
To Hon. F. A. MacDouqai.l, Gov. J. 0.
Dowhly, Messrs. Wiiitino, Myek,
sl'enck, slauson amd others:
Gentlemen: I acknowledge your cour
teous and nattering in vital lon to repeat
the lecture on "The Drama" of l\\ t late
Hon. Nathan Purler, aud with a high
appreciation of (he compliment bestowed,
delay my departure from the city for
that purpo- c.
Wiib your approval, I will name the
evening of MONDAY. k!Bth instant, us
the time, at Good Teuiplar.s' Hall.
With great respec, 1 remain your obe
WALTER M. LEMAN.
Pacific Coast 8. 8. Co.
On account of ibe storm, tha sailing of
Fur next trip ha. bc.n postponeJ for
rasssnxers from I,os Angoles far san
IUICQO will take the train that tear.. B).
P. 11. R. Co.'. Depot for Wilmington at
3.45 p. M., SUND AY, Jau. 27th.
Those for San Kranolsco will take tbe
train from at. P. R. K. Dep.t ou morning
of TUESDAY, Jan. Istrj—whether via
Wllniiugtou or Hauta Men lea will baun
H. MnISCLLAN, Agent.
I.OS Angeles, Jan. 14, 187 H. 125-Jt
Au elegant SILVER ■ MOUNTED
HEADSTALL. Mexican tt/le, solid sli
ver, will bs raffled at ths ralacj Saloon.
1W CHANCE* AT II KAG St.
Mo bar bill to pay. ellU
I. O. O. W.
DEDICATION OK THE
NEW ODD FELLOWS' HALL
TUESDAY, JAN. 29th, 1878.
Id honor or this occasion there will he a
Public Procession, Ceremonies of Ded
ication at Che New Hall, ana
' Ball and Supper ln tbe
TUR NVEREIN HALL.
MoniLtrs of the Ordi r will assemble at
' uh old hall, Downey Block, at 1 o'clock p. v ,
vtLicro (he procession will be formed and
start at 3 o'clock, sharp.
Tbucerenionies will bo conductod by F. P.
b vnn, j£ost Wortby Grand Master uf Lais
State, assisted by othcurs from this city.
KKMIUCBi Or TUB BOABD Or THE LOS AKOKLSB
ODD VELLOWi' BCILDIKQ COMMITTEE:
Constant Meyer, M E Jackson,
Horace Burdick,Sec'y. if Kramer, Treasurer,
entries Brode and Oscar Macy, Director.- 1 .
committee or aaaAHOKHatsTti roa the day:
ALi liatb, President. F W Wood, Secretary.
A Frank, U W Bird, Il Marxsen, M Lebmau.
J If Allan, t' VV SinUh, H 1 Haber.
Li aan a Ma B9UAL-0. 0. LIPS.
Ast»'t Marshals —X A Preuss, A M Lawrenco,
h I uabar, F W Wood, v Biode, H k tieweli
J Schumacher, J M Griffith, H Wartenborg
U Stassford. H S orme, J B Allen,
Kugene Meyer, Dan'l Soheick, I WUelluian,
l> jHivara, H Newmark, Louis Boader,
AW Edelman, U Ueinah, £ H Nledecken
P Allen, Geo Walter, A W Button,
tf Not ton, TTo wnsley, H Matneld,
£ U Workman, U F Uarpor.
BBOKPTIOM COMMITTEE— WeUfel BIBBOH:
SH Mott. W A Spalding, 0 C Lips,
8 li Buchanan, A LBath.
rLOOB MANAttEB—BED BIBBOH- LtOU Luhij.
FLUOB COMMITTSE—BLUI RIBBON:
H W Bard, M Lehman, B Marxsen,
F W Smith, II X Sewell, Arnold Aron.
NOTlCE—tickets for tbe Ball, including
Supper, for gentleman and lady $2*so* can
be had of any member of the committee of
arrangements. Extra lady's tickets at $ .
No tickets will be received at the door unless
countersigned by a member of the committee,
and presented by tke original bolder.
Tho Board of he Los Augeles Odd Fellows'
Building Association extends a cordlsl ana
fraternal Invitation to all sojourning brothers
in good standing In this city and reuuty,
and trust t.iat all will Join to m ike this cele
bration worthy or tbo order. j'jfi.td
Spiritualism Exposed !
PROF. E, L. MONTROSE,
Who has giveu performances everywhere ox
posing tin tricks ef Spiritualism, will per
SATURDAY & MONDAY, Jan. 38 & 28,
PROF. MONTKO3E will expo3e and ex
plain the mott mysterious things known to
Spiritualism, How spiritual forms are made
to appear; how tbe great iron ring test Is
given and done, aad In tact, all the
Wonders of Spiritualism.
To Body of the Hall Tocte.
Gallery 50 cts.
8j ti may be leserved at Upuaina Rss's
without extra charge. J23-td
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HOU 3 E
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 at San
Francisco Prices and of a San
Francisco finish and style.
Lots for Sale!
>N TU X —
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
Offers the best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any that has ofwr been of
fered for sale to the public.
THE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL,
Oulysuffioleuty lucllued for good dt-uluugo
THE SOIL IS EXCELLENT
And ul such character that it never eukus
and Is neither muddy tn Winter nor dojfc)
IT BAS A DlTCtta of WATER RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
TUB MAIN iSTUEET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PA UK RAILROAD
Is completed and running through the en
tire land andl now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en
log Into tho Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT OTHE LOS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD <H
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
This Is really the West End ol our beau
tiful city, with the benefit of FKEBH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uucontaminated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glanao at the elegant inanbloos and
fashionable residences vow OiCcled and
ln course of erection must satisfy any per
a<i:i desiring a home that thin is tho olacej
THK TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
iWS WILL BE FOUND
At the office uf (he Farmers' A M
Also, at tho office of the Main Stre
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W. CHII .Its and JOHN O. DOWNKY
will give special attention to those seek*
Ing Information. eeptistf
Land for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
l6sAcras of Fine Farming
Ou the OU LoiNiatoi road, adjoin
ing tbe eltj limits, for sale.
Apply to T. I>. MOTT,
d 17-lm Room 10, Moll's Building.
mk fashion m&
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Oppoiite Arcadia St.
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horaes kept constantly on
hand for ths accommodation of the pub
lic. Horses Boarded by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or publlo occasions
at the shortest notioe and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern CalliWnla.
JaMtf WILSON ft YOUNO, Prop's.
W O IR, S_.A. Hi 383,
50,C00 Orange Trees,
FROM THREE TO FIVE YE \RS OLD,
AT FROM 110 to 120 par 100.
Bpeclmen trees c m he aesn at ths Aue
liou Houss of W. H. NORTHCRAFT.
corner cf Spring and Market streets, or
by visiting the Nursery, wltbin ten min
utes' drlvs ol th. Court House. J23-lm
sftK 3 S£*ii\ rer day, at hosse
«P€> h <2>saU av.mplea worm 11,
free. Stum * < a. Portland, Me.
In consequence of tbe detention of tbe
steamer Orizaba, vrblcb leaves Man Fran
\:i-co on the 291b. Inst., my stock of
Doors, Windows, Sashes, Blinds,
Paints, Oils, Glass. Moldings,
Will not arrive before the Ist of Febru
ary. Ibe opening of my well selected
stock in that line will be ou the sth of
I also wish lo call ibe attention of tho
public at large, tbat, In consequence of
tbe withdrawal of Mr. A. Freeman, I will
carry on the business myself under the
name and atyle of "M. Heyraan."
The entire stock was selected wilh
great care and bought for cash only,
'i iii» will onablo me to sell at the lowest
possible figures. J2o 3t M. HEYMAN.
Largest Auction House In
H. R, BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Two doors East of O. 1 Stand, on COURT
ST., opposite 'curt House.
O*-REGULAR fe. .LE on Saturdays
will commence at 10 o'clock a.m. Spe
cial Sales made at ai f time.
HORSES. WAQO> , and all kinds of
goods bought and sol ■ '.
JalStF H. R. BROWN.
THE MOST I KSIRABLE
SALE OF CITY LOTS!
With Ter ms to Suit Everybody.
On Mor jay, Jan. 28,1878,
I will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION, fer ac
count of t, Beaudry, without reserve,
12 Lota iv the BEAUDRY TRACT,
18 Lots in the MOTT TRACT,
20 Lots in the Desnoyers Tract,
Among which are the following specially
Four lots on the oorner of Charity and
Oue lot fronting on tbe west side of Olive
street, between Third and Fourth
Four lots fronting ou east aide of Bunker
ilill Avenue, between Second and
Third streets, near tho German school
Four lots on the northwest oorner of
Hope and Fourth streets:
Four lots on the east side or Charity
street, close to Temple;
One lot on southwest corner of Bunker
Hill Avenue and First street.
aWAU these lots are la good locations
and command splendid views of the olty,
and a>-e only a few minutes' walk from
the heart of the business portion.
Tbe sale »f the above described lots will
take place ou the ground, except fur the
Desnoyers Traot, which will take place
at my Auction Rooms, corner of Spring
and Court streets, In the evening. The
lots ln this tract being level, tbe
location can readily be obtained from the
sale will begin at 10 o'clock A. v. on thu
ground, near the corner of Temple and
Charity streets, aud at 7% o'clock p.h. ut
the Auction Rooms, on tne following
For lots under $400, monthly Install
ments or $30;
For lots from S-ioo to $500, monthly In
stallments of $25;
For lots from $500 to $700, monthly In
stallments of $30;
And for lots from $700 to $1000, monthly
Installments of $36; and one percent,
per month Interest en the unpaid por
tion of the purchase money. jaarKlVK
PER CENT. OFF FOR CASH.
Conveyances will be furnished lo par
ties desiring to attend the sale.
In case all the lots are not sold the sale
will be continued 04 the following day.
Maps can be seen and full particulars
obtained by calling at ihe office of x*.
BEAUDRY, No.Bl New Hign street, op
posite Pico Heuss.
W. H. NORTHCRAFT,
For business aud educational reasons,
desiring to remove Into Los Angeles. I
" EL MOLINO FAKM,"
Including residence and out-bulldiugs
borses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc.. for the term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of 204 acres, on which
are4o,ooo grape vines, over 2,000 orango
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 600 lemon
and time trees; also a number of black
walnut, peoan, almond, og, apricot,
plum, peaou, appla, pear trees, buuanas,
etc.; twoor three acres of alfalfa, fifty
acres vacant arable land, and
TUB WHOLE TIIAUT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence Is a spaolous
bath-room, supplying hot, col i and
shower batbs. There Is also a BILLIARD
ROOM, table and appurtenances.
The farm if most eligibly situated ln
the FRUIT BELT of th«
San Cabrlai Mission Valloy
About eight miles east ef Loi Angeles
olty. aud near the Railroad Station ot
Han Uabriel Mission. If aot leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advitntufeous terms, to-wltl Oue
third cash, ihe balance lv on., two, three
and four yean, at II per oeni. lntsrsst per
annum luterest, payabls semi-annually.
K.J. C. KEWEN,
Nos. 10 * 11 StreilU Building, Spring St.
H. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy, o2ltf
ISOMKTHING NKW !
10 Cent Parcel Delivery.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
LKAVK ORDERS AT
M. Kothsoblia'i Cigar Store, at 76
Main Ht., Downey Block.
For Sale Cheap.
A Cottage and Lot on Hill
St., Near First,
Commaudlng a view of ths eosaa aad
valley. Tha undarslgnsd will dispose or
His above property, with a view to im
prove and build on the adjoining lots.
Apply to M. KELLEHER,
OBoo—No. 1 Temple street. d
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