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rantf SANTA MONICA.
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VfTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW. Rooms, 66, B7 and 68 Teru
i/ie mock, third floor, Los Angeles,
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OFFICE — Roms 8 and 9 Downey
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. ...mmerclal streets, Lou Angeles. may7-tf
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GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-6talrs, U>s
\ 11 ge lcs. California. oc2-tf—2
P. P. Ramirci,
ATTOIINEV AT LAW.
OFFJCK—TempIe Block, No. 72, I-OB
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W. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
SO-Rooms 2 and 9, Allen's Building, i
corner of Spring and Temple Sts. alOif
DR. W. W. ROSS,
Pliysiclnu it ltd S ui'geoii
OFFICE—CARDONA BLOCK, Rooms
17 and 18. Residence-Comer of Filth
and Hill streets. ray26-lm
Office nnd Residence—No. 15 FRANKLIN
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Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
fhyslelan im<l furrreon
Residence, Fort Hill, I Offloe.No. 19TJOW-
Buena Vista atreet. I neyßlook.up stairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
I > OOMS (All, I.ANFRANCO BLOCK.
I V Kesldence Downey Avenue, East
I .ns Angeles, near the end of street rail
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from 1 to
1 p. M. ap2o tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office lo No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over Dolter <£ Bradley's Furni
Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 lo 6 and 8
to 9. Residence—Buena Vista street.
••' 5 is mynt
J. Beclitlnger, M. D.,
XJIIYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
dependeut and French M. B. Socie
ties. Oculist of the French Hospital In
San Francisco. All chronic obstinate
oases and operations on the eyes attend
OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street,
corner of Kearny. Residence—BE. cor
ner Mason and Puclflc streets, San Fran
Dr. Chin Quong Z(n,
*Ptf IlVßJaiSj' DOCTOR,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
sjtsTi'ures all kinds of diseases.
Offlce hours from 9 to 12 A. M. und from
2 to 5 and 7 lo 9 P. M. apuuif
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIQNORET'S BUILRINO, opposite
' Meroed Theater.
K. HUOHEB, In returulng thanks to
the publio for their liberal patronage,
can with confidence recommend his
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IS BR of the human body, enabling the
system to throw off Its Impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more Inspi
ration of air than can haontalnol by
l-Tjathlng, by opening tbe pores Of the
rfkm and giving full play to the Insensi
ble respiration so necessary to physical
OVA lamale constantly on hand to
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H SPRING STREET, Los Angeles, from
JUNK 7th to Juue 25'.h, inclusive.
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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
i'n>m«*itjEer» PNaalMg ft.unit.
Mojavis, June 24.—C R John
son, C J Welsley, F. McKay, J A
Oir, J Burua.
A riuuiibnrsl lv Veu.nr» t'truuiy.
San Buenaventura, June 2Jtli.
—An Immense cloud-burst must
have occurred Saturday ulgbt iv
tlie mountains north and east of
this town. About 8 o'clock yester
day morning the Ventura river
suddenly rose live feet add contin
ued nearly all day to pour-down a
torrent ol mud and water. So im
mense was tbe discharge that the
Pacific Ocean was discolored for
miles. Tho Santa Clara river, only
about six milesofl'.was not affected.
The discharge from the former
stream seemed to be half clay. Im
meuse numbers of trout were killed
by tbe thick mud and were floated
into the ocean.
A lliio'lluiu How.
i Han Fiiancisco, June 24.—Tlie
; employee of Folger & Co., of this
ully, held a plcuic at Seucelito yes
terday. A Telegraph Hill gang of
hoodlums disturbed tlie pienicers,
iuvaded their dancing platform,
inaugurated a drunken row, and
two of them—J. Larkin and F.
Green—were arretted ami locked
up In a building near (ho ferry
lauding. Deputy Constable James
A. Litton was placed on guard.
Soon afterwards the hoodlums, 75
strong, headed by Curly Taylor,
attempted tlie rescue of their im
prisoned companions. They broke
down the door, when Countable
Litton fired, the shot striking Tay
lor in the eye and passing into his
head, inflicting a fatal wound.
A hand to hand light ensued. San
Francisco officers finally came to
the rescue aud quelled the disturb
ance. During tlie row a man
named O'Neile, who came to Llt
-1 oil's assistance was by accident
shot in tlie side and dangerously
wounded. He was left at Sauceli
to. Larkin and Green were taken
to San Rafael and locked up and
Taylor brought home in a dying
Melorlile. In Hon •\u < uuullee.
Sacramento, June 24.—Del Nor
te 100 majority, San Bernardino
300 majority, Shasta 100 majority,
Tehama 200 majority—all tor the
Non-Partisans. Soluuo county
gives the Woikingmen a majority
Mail I rniirlki-o .liurbeia.
San FRANCISCO, June 24.—Flour
—Dull; superfine, $4.60; bakers'
and family extra, $5J@5iJ; Oregon
extra, SoJWoJ. Wheat—Stagnant;
new crop offered freely at $1.05;
old, nominally, $email@example.com. liarley
— Dull; new, 85@90c. Rye—Sales
at firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn—lnactive;
large yellow, $2 00. May—Active
and firm; fair lo good new, $10.50
©13; choice, $14; old, nominal.
Potatoes—Dull; lj@lji!. Wool-
Dull; Northern free, 23@24:i; burry
20@22e; Southern free, 10©18 c;
burry, 11@10; Oregon eastern, 15©
17*; valley, 20©23j.
Vallfjo, June 24—Nine en
dorsed Republicans on tlie Non
partisan ticket have a plurality in
this county of one hundred. The
bill alio i of lite Non-Partisan ticket
is two hundred behind.
A Unas Kxi'loiliil.
Chicago, June 24 —General Geo.
A. Forsyth, who was dispatched to
Western Wisconsin to inquire into
the causes of the Indian uprising,
telegraphs General Sheridan as
follows: Have just visited Grants
burg and Woodlake, tbe places
where the alleged uprising or (he
Chlppewas occurred. There is no
foundation for tho reports. The
Indians have not so much
as spoken unkindly lo any
of the settlers, nor have they
taken anything from the farms
abandoned by some of tlie fright
ened Swede settlers. The Chief of
the Chlppewas, whom I taw at the
dance at Woodlake, assured me
that nobody was mad and seemed
to regret very much the reports of
their giviug trouble. Kor some
lime past tho Chlppewas have
been practicing a new dance
which Is very like one of
the Cheyenne dances. The constant
repetition of this dance, which is
semi-religious in character, has
worried tlie timid Swedes and some
malicious joker started a report of
an Indian uprising, and quite a
number of mil lying settlers hasti
ly abandoned their homes and
rushed to Grantsbury and Rusli
City for protection. The reported
afllllation of the Soulx and Chip
pewaa is as untrue us it is absurd,as
the two tribes are mortal enemies.
Nearly all of the settlers have re
turned to I heir ho'i.H "
la v s mn-iv
Washington, Juue 24.—A state
ment by friends of Congressman
Acklln to tbe editor of the Wash
ington Post contradicts the recent
statements as to his behavior to a
lady, aud says his verson of the
affair is entirely corroborated by
the lady, and that there is
but one issue in the premises and
that Is of a personal and
private character between Mr. Ack
lih and General Rosser, who have
both left the olty for their respec
tive homos to arrange their affairs
for such a determination of the re
sult between them as aooords with
their views of the responsibility of
men to one another.
A riood in Kausaa.
Sr. Louis, June 24.—Advices
from southwestern say j
that a terrible ralu storm prevailed
in that region last week. At Win
field the rain, which fell ou Wed
nesday afteruoon, is estimated at
25 inches. The whole coun
try was inundated and great
damage dove to crops. Bridges
and fences were carried away and
cattle, hogs and poultry drowned.
The children of a farmer named
I True, living on Beaver Creek, were
drowned, and Mr. Bell, living on
I Badger's Creek, was also drowned.
Considerable damage waa done by
LOS ANGELES, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25. 1878.
Tito rotter l.ive.llgikiloii.
Washington, June 21.—The
Potter Investigation Committee re
sumed its session to-day, Potter
Mrs. .looks, ou entering tlie
room, made a very dignified bow to
the members of tbe Committee
and took a seat in the witness
chair. Springer commenced tbe
cross-examination by referring to
the statement of witness on Sat
urday that no one except herself
knew aught of the original docu
ment known as the Sherman letter.
Q. —If no one, excepting your
self, knows aught of the original
document, you must have writ
A. —I didn't say so.
Q. —Were you author of the con
tents of tbe letter ?
A.—l dictated the contents of the
Q. —Then tlie person to whom
you dictated the contents of tbe
letter merely acted as an amanu
A. —Yos, sir; amanuensis ex
Q. —Who was tlie person to whom
you dictated the letter?
A.—l refuse to tell you, sir.
Q.—Do you know the names of
any persons who were in tlie parlor
at the lime the letter was written ?
A.—l may know tho names of
CJ —What names ilo you rem'tn
A.—l will not toll you.
Tlie witness, in reply to interroga
tlons.sald the letter was written, as
near as she could recollect, upon
one page of ail ordinary sheet of
letter paper and euclosed io. a me
dium sized envelope wilb no print
ing on it.
Q —ln whose handwriting was
the 80-callcd Sherman letter.'
A.—You asked me that before,
and I told you I would uct answer
Q —Aud I ask you again, is that
letier In your handwriting?
A.—And I again refuse to an
Teubroeeu null atuiiio Mct'ariy.
Louisville, June 24th.—Ten
broeck and Mollie McCarty were
both walked a little Saturday. The
mare made her two miles iv 3:371.
Tenbroeck could not be timed,
Rollo Colstou who is assisting Har
ry to train him, rendering it im
possible for those present to do so.
si. AWMtit-iikte Juaiiee Sfcfa.
Washington, Ju iv 24. —Asso-
ciate Justice Miller, of tbe United
j States Suprome Court, is danger
ously ill at his residence in this
city, having just uudergnne an
operation of lithotome. He was
sleeping about midnight and rest
ing comparatively easy, although
bin physicians consider the present
a very critical llmo in his condi
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NEW York, June 24.—Tlie
j Timea's Cincinnati special says
I that furmers in all parts of Ohio
are receiving almost daily notices
' signed by the Workingmen's Bread
' or Blood Committee, warning them
against buying labor-saving raa
| cbincry and especially self binding
reapers. Threats are made that ev
ery such reaper will be destroyed
and stacks of grain burned if at
tempt is made to use them. No
cases of violence, however, have
Ueiiernl Neiislroul l.i.uiluu.
London, June 24lh.—Charles
Mathews, the actor, is dead.
The Queen of Spain is dying.
The Czar is expected in Berlin
shortly, on his way to Ems.
Prince Gorstschakoff was absent
from the Congress Satuaday. He
suffers from a fresh attack ot gout.
The new province south of the
Balkans is lo be named Eastern
All Berlin correspondents agree
in declaring the settlement of the
Bulgarian question as entirely due
to the firmtiess of the British rep
representatlves in tho Con
gress. Russian concessions on
this head, again, are said to
be entirely dependant on the con
ditions for the organization and
administration of Roumelia. One
condition is that Russian troops,
when they evacuate Roumelia are
to be replaced by native
militia composed of Christian
or Mußselmans according to the
prevailing religion of the district.
The French representatives in the
Congress support most of Beacons
field's demands on the Bulgarian
li,ii* ot KHNieru Mens.
Constantinople, June 24,—The
whole Turkish right wing has
made a forward movement.
It is understood that England
advocates the formation of a gen
ii' aruie, to replaoe tho Russian
army ol occupation.
The Russians recently requesed
the British Consul at Dourgas to
billet some soldiers and, in conse
quence of his refusal threatened to
tear dowu the British flag. Minis
ter I .ay ai d instructed tbe Consul to
confine himself to a protest.
Major General Brinton, the offi
cer who was iv command of the
troops at Pittsburgh in July last,
when a hasty volley killed thirty
or forty citizens, and led to llie de
struction of millions of dollars'
worth of property, lias resigned.
The popular antipathy has proved
too strong for him, and b,e seeks ob
livion in private life. It Is believed
that other resignations will follow.
Poetic fans are coming into fash
ion in Paris. At the ball given by
the Princess deSagan to the Prince
and Princess of Wales, the hostess
presented toeach lady in the cotil
lion a fan inscribed with a few
verses of poetry. The fan given to
tbe Princess of Wales was made of
tortoise shell, ana was ornamented
by a grown and three cupids hold
ing a scroll with an applicable
Tbe Hum of money raised for tbe
at?i'd and destitute Viscountess
Kingslnnd will give iier tbe noble
income of $300 a year! It is strange
that among the enumeration of
benefactions nothing is said as to
any assistance from the Queen,
whose parsimonioutness excites re
gret among those even who are her
warmest admirers. This poor lady's
case was one for royal bounty.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
llooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGKLES, Cal.
John £. Jackson,
CIVIL EXOINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Room 41 Temple Block. slStf
W. H. J. BKOOK3. OROROEJ. CLARKE.
BROOKS & CLARKE,
Searchers of Records and
Exam iners of Titles.
IWALLKN'S BUIDINO, corner Spring
and Temple streets.
J.A.Carey. Tiios. A. Faoan.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Raneho*. Houses. Lots and Other Prop
erty Bought and Sold on Commission,
By Carey & Fagan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. FAGAN is also au Attorney-at-Law.
Rubottom Ranch for Sale.
This valuable property, containing
EIGHTY-SIX AC RE.4, one of the most
eligible to Investors In Southern Califor
nia, Is lor sale. Good title and abund
ance of water. It Is in the heart of the
beautiful and productive San Jose Val
ley, thirty miles from Los Angeles.
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures,
ALSO. FOR SALE.
A RARE DA RO AIN Is presented. 11l
health, anda desire to glvo my wife a
change ofscone and air, are the motives
which Induce me to sell.
Address, f >r terms,
mr2olf W. W. RUBOTTOM, Spadra.
SOCIETIES and private parties desir
ing to secure picnic grounds would
do well to consult the Messrs,
EBERLE & IJItO.,
These Grounds have been prepared re*
gardless of expense und ara provided
with one of the largest and best dancing
pavilions outside of San Francisco.
Arbors, Ten-pin Alleys, Swings, Hori
zontal Bars, Shooting Gallery, and In
deed, evory thing- necessary for ttie
amusement of picnickers, uud will be let
cheaper than any other grounds In this
No improper persons will be admitted
to the Gardens under any circumstances.
Lunch can nt all times be procured at
the house. mO-tf
QOCMRTIES, CHURCHES, CLUBS and
O PRIVATE PARTIES will And It to
their advantage to look at. these beauti
ful grounds before muklng arrangements
elsewhere. For g
It has no equal In tho Slate.
A NEW DANCING PAVILION,
One of the largest in the State, just com
pleted. Flue groves, beautiful lawns,
Base Ball grounds, Croquet grounds,
swings for families and Children, hori
zontal bars, in fact everything has been
built and but la the finest order. No
time, trouble or eipense has been spared
to make it the great pleasure resort of
The finest drive out of the city. Street
Cars run to the grounds ev*rv 2<i minutes
for all Plcknics. H. J. WOOD,
LOS ANGELES, Cal,
PROPRIETORS, EBERLE BROS.
Sunday Next, June 23d,
GRAND INTRODUCTORY PICNIC,
BALL AND REFINED MUSICAL
GIVEN BY THE PROTEANS !
FRED. J. MACKLEY, M'SS MY RA
lIOLLOWAY. CHAS. McCARIHY AND
W. BRK.WSTFR, under tbe patronage of
the Los Angeles.'Workingmen's Society.
•arsplendld Band In attendance. Brass
aiict String Concert arternoen and even
ing at 8 o'clock. Stroet cars run till 12
B£»-AD.\lISSION, 50cts. lel9td
Tha Annual Meeting of Ifct Stookhold
ers of the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAIL
Will be held at the office of the Company
In the city of San Francisco,
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1878,
The polls will open at ten o'clock A. m.
atul clone at two o'clock p. m .
Jlstd J. L. WlLLCUTT,Secretary.
An Improved Stereopticon
and Views, all New,
Sufficient to give a first class entertain
ment, FOR SALE. Any person can
make money with this outfit.
Enquire at this offtc. J22-1W
AttttlW *<* Morpnl... h.wt stsolutttT .M
IIDI ||Bt|.p™llly. iir,.J. r.lnlox, impuMlclly.
Ill—l I I rfl Hrn.l '"""P t"rportl.-iil.r».r>r. Carl"
U£ AU«mA- ou - 101 Wuhlucl.abt.,Cau;^u.ilL
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & OENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
This hotel takes la au ontlre block,
fronting 320 feolon Requena street, 100 on
Main and 65 feot on Los Angcl9s street.
Arc airy, mil all contain Spring Reds,
with the latest Improvements.
Is anapll.J with the best Ibu market
A Free Omnibus Is attached to the ho
tel, and baggage Is conveyed grails to
and f rum the depot.
The United States Hotel is centrally
located, opposite the Court House, und Is
near tbe Poatofflce and Land Office.
Call and sco us. You will reoelve good
treatment. HENRY HAMMEL.
A. H. DENKER.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL'
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIGUE & CO..
The St. Charles Is located Id the busi
ness centre of the city, and Is (tie largest,
most elegant nnd completely organized
Hotel in Southern California,
Free coach to tire house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
tta" Western Union Telegraph In Hotel
Mojitvo .Tiiuctlou, Cul.
rpHIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED Mk
X to reoelvo Its numerous patronsJ|l|lH,
and the traveling public In general. Tid
ing entirely new and splendidly fur
nished, It affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to none in Southern California
THE BAR Is supplied with the choleest
braudßof wines, liquors and cigars.
Au elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an.l
supper. It Is the point of departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and I'an
amlnt. Tbe office of tho
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, Tho patronage of c
traveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS 4 BOYD,
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
IS THE ONLY
IN THE CITY.
V. OOL, Proprietor.
SIERRA MAMIE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lands of the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Clirnato unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the San Ga
briel orange groves; la four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by ga.s, and ooutains
all modern conveniences.
A School lor children on the pjemlses.
For particulars addioss proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141, Los Angeles,
Cor. of CENTER & LEMON Sts,
•WR OMS large, sunny and airy .Tl*
TABLI£ supplied with all the luxuries
tho market affords.
»«r r'KKK COACH to the Hotel.
apl3tf E. DUNHAM,Proprietor.
RARE CHANCE FOR A
70 Acersin the Azu.a-Duarte
Water Rights Perfect and
FARM HOUS & COR
RAL ON PREMISES.
••-FIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS,
five years' growth. Also,variety of Fruit
Trees between the walnuts.
TERMS MODERATE. Apply person
ally or by letter lo
A. J. HORN,
mr2tf Postmaster at El Monte.
: <J» e» o »*er day, at home
(AO fj fP jU\J Brmples worth fl,
■ free. Snson 4 Co., Povtland. Me.
mar 14,1 w
tanas of travel.
Goojall, I'erklua .v Co Agents,
San Francisco and Lot Angelo*.
.J U lV■£ hCIIKDIILI}.
ArrlveSan g fj
S Francisco, aa
« Leave Sta * >.
o Monica. 3 9
5 !3 a
U Leave San 8 . >>
Pedro. §* • : " " 9
,• ArrlveSan » >,
H Pedro. g::;::g
p 5 *2
~ Arrive Sta a t,
X Monica. § : :': : 3
5 2 |2_
w Leave San «
Frunclaco. cs °z ' " - '
X fa J iftffc d ti
H * S* 5 *
UB en h Ol )• *J »• 41
'J. Z f-Z JO J2
Hot 11 steamships call at Port Harlord
(SanLuisOblspo)»nd Santa Barbara; also,
00 down trip, at Ananelm landing for
freight only. The Senator calls at San
Buenaventura also every trip.
lor Han Francis o take
the train lot Santa Monica thui leaves
Los Angeles at 4:55 P.M.. U*M Angelos
Lo& Angeles and San Diego
11 IK HTKAMKU3
Benat:r and Orizaba
Leave Santa Monica and Han Pedro for
San Diego. June 1, (J, 11, 10,si,St, and
Passengers take the train that leaves Ix>s
Angeles f.irSan Pedro at 3.13 p. m.,
Los Angeles 11 vi •.
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles.
(Payable In Gold.)
To San Francisco $10 Ou $10 uu
To Port Harford 12 Ou 0 00
To Santa Barbara 8 (0 tl 00
To san Diego 8 50 0 JO
Plans of steamers'eablns at agent's office,
where berths may bo secured.
FOLI WAY PORTS,
The steamer Constantino leavos San
Bueuaventura and Sauta Barbara for San
Fruuclsoo every Sunday, calling at all
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
for Sin Diego and way ports about every
leu days, carrying stock, combustibles,
For Passage or Freight as p hove. or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local
Agent, Oi.lce, No. 66| Main street,
over the Coninaerc.al Bank, Loa
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
— — —
Important Change of Time
On and alter Monday, Dec.l7th,lB", and
until further notloe, Iruius win ruu every
day as follows i
IJSAVE LOS ANGELES:.
Wilmington 10i35 a. m. 11:55 a. m.
San Francisco 1:16 P. M. 12:40 p. m.
" Aceom'datlnn 10:J5 A. v. 7:30 a.m.
Yuma 2:25r. M. 7:00 a. m.
Wilmington _ 8:30 " l:iir. M.
Santa Ana 4:00 " Oau "
TOWARD LOS ANOELhri:
Yuma 0:30 p.m. 10:15 a. m.
Santa Ana 0:30 a. m. B:SU •'
Wilmington 7:46 " 9:10 "
Wilmington _ 1:00 P.M. 2:20 p. m.
San Francisco....... 4:00 " 1:65 "
'• Acoom'datlon 4:30 " 11:55 A. M.
Trains run dally to Yuma, connecting
Willi steamers for Aubrey, Khrenberg
and Intermediate landings on tbe Colo
rado about three times per mouth.
Sleeping cars will be run dally.
T-a'us will be ruu by San Francisco
T. H. GOODMAN,
ii'ii' 1 Pass, and Ticket Agt.
A. K. TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't.
iv. E. HEWITT. Ass't Sup't.
LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT.
15th, 1877, trains will run dally ou
this road as follows:
S P Arrive Leave Arrive In
Depot Slt Depot S. Mnlca s. Mnlca
L Angl's L. Angel's
030 A.M. 18:40 A. M. 117.40 A.M. 11030 AM.
4.40 r*.M.|4:2o P. M. ||8:.0 P.M. |d:4U P.M.
On steamer days trains will connect
with the P. C. Steamship Co.'s steamers
for San Francisco and San Diego. See
WM. J. L. MOULTON,
oil If Ass't Sup't.
Montana Meat Market.
FkcelinqekA frank, OtWUt
The bent ami tenderest MoaisJw—J"
In the market. None but the IBaasK
Prlmeat Boef and Mutton
aver to be found. Not. the add roes—M nu
tans Meat Market, Main Street, near
First. Los Angeles
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
No. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street,
Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST AND BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
California. His old customers and the
Subllc will find It the place to get BEST
TYLES and FITTING obtainable.
VELVET & SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of tbe city, for whom he
has made clothing.
SWNo necessity to send to San Fran
cisco for good flitlng suits. dec3o-tf
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS'
or Log Angeles.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
„ „ Cashier
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
laAIAS W. IIEI. I.MAN, ECOKNK MtjYKR,
o. w. t'uiLos, L. C.Goodwin,
VU tit I.US Dr/COMMUIf, Jomk Mabcarel,
John s. Griffin, C. E. Tuom,
Exchange for Bale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN ami HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Bar and Moll
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and afterthls date,on all moneys
lotas Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Of Loa Angeles.
Authorized Capital • 300,000
M.S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENCE _ Cashier
M. S. PATRICK, 8. 11. MOTr,
A. A. Wilcox. H. Makpky,
M. WOODWOKTH, I. LANKKRSntIf,
O. S. WITHKItHY. JNO. G. CAPfION,
J. E. lIOLLKNBECK,
This Bank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, issue Certificates
of Deposit, ami Iransasl a general Bank
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at cutrent rates oi exchange.
LQS ANGELES COUNTY BANK
f*o* Augeies Cftl
Capital Stack (paid up), 300,000
J. 8. 81\AUS0N President
R. s. n.\ X ICR. Vice-President
J.M. KUUOTT Cashier
J. S. Sj.AUSON, I*. BXAVDItV,
V. A. Hoovkk, Robert ft, Kakkr,
J. BIXBV, HBO. W. PKfcW'OTT
A. W I^i'WHAN.
Receive Savings Bank deposits.
Huy and sell exchange on Han Francisco,
N**w York, London, Paris, Berlin aud
B iy exchange on all parts of the United
States Rad Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and dv a general
hanking and exchange business.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
11 X A 1.1 as IN
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
LUMBER YAlt 1)8
— AND —
No. 10 commercial street, near
Kaltroaul Depot. mr2o-tr—
J. G. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Streett.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BUNDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
ye. al *% a*A a% ■alary. nrm»a»m«eaa
cbl L IIII -
a Irfm Anient"! lodge HT0.43. t.
ff%,„ * A. M.—Tho staled meeting*
Jr of this Lodge are held on the
first MON DA V of each moo to a|
J:3O P. M. Members of Penlal
pha. No. 202, and all Master Me*,ns In
good standing are cordially invited.
By order of the W:- Mi-
Chas. Karri, Secretary.
Lis Angelas Chapter No. 33, R: ■ frf
t Stated couTOcatlona on So
MONDAY of each month
7X P. M. at Masonic Hall.
Sojourning companions In
good standing cordially In.
vlted. By order or
B. O. FOY, H. r.
Lot Angeles Council No. 11, Royal ut*
laloct Matters, F. I L
Hold! «s stated assemblies on the 4th
at7°sn*i°i t '' lc J' . mon , h «»»«*>nlo Hall,
ai7.30 P. m Sojourning Companions In
good standing are fraternally Invited to
attend. By order of the Th\ Hl'.
_ It. O. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder.
De Lion Commander? No.
Holds its stated conclaves at the Asy
lum In Masonic Hall, on the Th'rd
THURSDAY of ea,l, mouth, at7*lo'SloJk
£L 3" .Sojourning Knights Teroplir In
good standing are cordially Invited to at
tend. By order of the
I. C. Littlkpiild. Recorder. **"
i. o. o. fT~
*4afatt>»r:. Augellto I.odsre No. Its.
SSBr "•, , 'T "<•«"« meeuuje
this Lodge are held everr
_ MONDAYevenlneat ao.?iS
.t uiju Fei o*s' Hall, Downey Bloea.
HZSSfe »-'«» »
K R , D .W.Woo D - 0 - UB9W !-HVgec.
-«-'>• Aeqrelea Lodge H., as, 1. ©. o.r.
.tSkatJtSaV ... Regular meeting held on
£o9Ea» WEDNESDAY t\'ENINO oi
week at 7>4 o'clock. So
. ; tournlng brethren In good
standing aro cordially Invited.
a. FaAwa:, r. s. bard, n. q.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 81,1.0.
jflMgjw. REGULAR MEETINGS held
asCS 8m:;.'.',..' 11 ** s «ond ki„i Fourth
„f each moulh at
p. at. Sojourning Petri.
Sdio J5u53? '"""" n « "O"" 5 "'
B. Mabxsrn, Scribe. 0 °' UPB, C ' R
§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No. SO.
meets every Thursday evening, at
7 o'clock, at the Castle •Hall
Downey Block. All sojourning Knights'
in good standing are cordially Invited.
f ~ J- a dunsmoor.c. a
C. E. Mn,ro, K. or it. a '
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
.JL .REGULAR MEETINGS ol
■"S"""*""*™- nr. s. MOORE. Secretary.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE I
The great English remedy for Nervous
Debility, Spermatorrhea and I remature
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively core, thoroughly and
c, e , r J7i a .PSP, tl y' c »«e of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute or of long standing, and In either
sex, no matter from what oause pro
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, Is
not a quack no strum, heuco peneclly
sare to take; la ploasant to the taste,
supplies to the eerebro-splnal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force.
Purities and Enriches
The blood, rejuvenating and reinvlgorat-
Ingbotb mind and body. Thousands,
both In this country and In Europe, can
testify to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, »3per bottle, or four times the 7
quantity lor flo. Sent to any address se
cure lrom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
• > "Initio of the University of Pennayl
\ aula ami late Resident Surgeon to the
Ortboptcuic Hospital of Philadel
No. 722 Montgomery St., San FraneUco.
P. S.-DR. MINTIE can be consulted
In reference to tbe above complaints dur
ing offlce hours from 0 a. m. to 8 p. m.
dally, and from 6 to 8 in the evening.
S??!SS ys lJl? A. m. to Ip. *. Consultation
FKEK. Thorough examination and uU
vlce, tS. Full directions and advice fiee
with every package of medicine, lylnf
The Steams Ranchos,
ALFRED StOBIKOOS, Trustee,
343 Market St., Hast Irnurlsco, Cal;
u/\ nna acres of land for
OUiVAA/ sale. In lots to suit, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Llmes.Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches.
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley.
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc, and also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures. Suit
able for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and
the more elevated portions can be lrrl-
Sted by the water of the Santa Ana river,
ost of these lands are naturally moist
requiring only good cultivation to product
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance la
one, two arid three years, with 10 per cent
I will take pleasure In showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who are
invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Ix>s Augeies county, Dec. 24,
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
. PLE TREEB.
Inm prppsrr.l to sell,at unprccedent*
• thy low lit; it res, eighty thousand tipple
irceo, of the moat approved varieties.
Those who propose to set out orchards
would do well to call and examine my
stock. lam aUn prepared to sell PRAH
and other orchard ireia, on fjtvoraL)*
terms. My obfect In aserlnclrig there
tree* Is to rt Hie fiom the nursery busi
G. r>. COMPTON,
COMITON, Ins Angoles Co„Csl