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l'nn»o*iK4 , r« Qwluie N«itl((l.
MoJavr, Dec. 4.-C L Ackpr
raa:i, John Cox, D H Montgomery,
J E Davis, J M Griffith. I VV Huh
kell, B M Barbara, Miss 8 E
Kingsley, h Lowrle.
SackaMBNTO, Dee, 4.—Tlio Con
veutlon tnet at 9:30, Belcher, Pres
ident pro tern., In the chair.
Wiuans presented a petition from
citizens of San Francisco in favor
of n law for corporalivo home
steads. Referred lo tlie Committee
on Legislative Department.
Condon! of San Francisco, pre
sented a minority report from the
Committee on Public Buildings.
It dissents from the majority report
by recommending Unit the pro.
posed B >arU of Prison Gommis*
sloners be eleoted l>y tl>e voters
instead of appointed l,y Hie Gover
nor, and v, prohibitive clause
against letting nut prison labor by
Reed, from tlie Committee on
Agriculture, recommended ihe pre
sentation of n memorial to tlie
President and Congress against tlie
proposed Frinco-American treaty,
as being prejudicial to the agricul
tural Inti rests of California. Reed
addressed tlie Convention in sup
port of lhe memorial. Tho report
of tlie Committee was unanimous
ly adopted and copies of tlie memo
rial ordoreil sent to all California!-,
representatives at Washington.
O'Sullivan offered a resolution tak
inglromthe table lho proposition
offered by Hill request ing the Su
perintendent of Htttte Printing to
furnish Ihe Convention the cost nf
printing, binding, etc., a series of
»ohool readers. The resolution was
taken from the table and adopted
under a viva voce voto.
New propositions were submit
ted as follows: By Herrlngton,
milling to tlie article on corpora
lions a new section, requiring Rail
road Commissioners to fix rales of
fielghls and fares so Mint profits
will not exceed ten percent. Re
ferred to Committee of (lie Whole.
By Ringgold, declining hanksnf
navigable water, when within the
rttate, public highways for all pur
poses incident, to the use o' sucli
waters for navigation,
By Thompson, declaring eight
hours a day's labor in all public
ounces and works of the State.
Estee, from the Committee on
Corporations, presented a substi
tute for section 20, relating to Com
missioners, as reported.
The Convention went into Com
mittee of Ibe Whole on the article
on corporations, the pending sec
tion and amendments being those
relating to Railioad Commission,
On motion of Larkln, the pre
vious question was ordered on
Pending Amendments by Prouty
and Waters, and they were voted
down as If by preconcerted arrange
Estee then submitted as v substi
tute for section 2D a seotion as
amended by the Committee,'and
the same wag adopted.
Hale offered an amendment, ad
ding to the section a provision
authorizing the Legislature tn
remove the Commissioners for peg-
leet of duty, malfeasance or Incom
petency, and providing til>• t the
Governor shall supply ul! vacan
Wilson, of San Franoisco, ofl'ered
a further amendment that tile pro
posed Commissioners he appointed
by the Governor, by and with the
consent ol the Senate.
Barnes addressed the Convention
on general questlous.
N«i, r.HUelee. Itlntkete.
Ban Francisco, Dec. 4.—Cur
rency and silver unchanged. Wheat
continues dull nnd prices nominal
and unchanged. Barley In goo.l
demand; prices firm; coast, feed,
95c@5105; brewing, $1.17J@1.25.
Oats unchanged. Corn steady;
large yellow, $1.02J@1.05. Rye,
cboioe bay, 931.27)-. Hay dull aud
utiohanifed. Potatoes firm; Early
* Rose Tomales $I.oo®
Kinn minn •»• the Witaetk sikdil.
BaN FbanoisCO, Deo. 4.—Ellle
Wilton wasexaiuineil privately be
fore the Probate Court yesterday
with reference to the estate of the
late Alex. Austin. She testified
that she had no knowledge of any
of the personal properly of Austin,
or of any property belonging to his
estate. She declared Ihat she bad
plaoed every dollar she hud in the
world in Austin's hands, at bis so
licitation, to be invested in stocxs,
at the time of lier departure
for Europe with ber sister, Mrs.
Bogart. By tbis investment she
lost everything, and was only able
to return home on a letter of credit
on tbe Bank of Nevada, which was
given on security of some stock
held by the bank which she bad
purchased with her own earnings.
I'ois stock had slnoe been
■old by tbe bank to
compensate indorsements ou
the letter of credit. Miss Wilton
denied any knowledge of the dia
monds owned by Mr. Austin fur
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
llier tliaa tliat contained in a letter
I "mm the deceased, which showed
that the diamonds were in his pos
session one week previous to his
death. Witness asserted that her
relations with Austin had been
misrepresented by tbe newspapers.
Nothing satisfactory whb elicited
regarding the disposition of
Austin's life insurance policies.
E r liqn.k, ni miv Jen,-.
San Jose, Dec. 4.—A shock of
earthquake whs felt here at 7:20
tliia rooming. The osclllatiou was
north west to southeast, witli senil
rotary motion. Au intermediate
temblor was quite lively, lasting
ten seconds. No damage. At 11:10
A. M another very slight shake
TI»o Mpooft, ». t H.Htii i'rirs
Santa Cbuiz, Dec. 4.—At seven
teen minutes past seven this morn
ing two distinct sbnoks of earth
quake were felt here, traveling
from soutli to north. Again at
twenty minutes past eleveri an
other shock was felt.
Vfternn Joiirimf I*l I)en<l,
Napa, o*l., Dec. 4,—Ricliard T.
Montgomery, a veteran journalist,
died ut the County Infirmary last
evening of parul.xsls. He was v
native of Richmond, Virginia, ugod
57 year.. He leaves v wife in Los
3, I>i>air. <Ihi ~.». on lt»e ISord,
Nortec Platte, Sab , Deo. &.—
A herder, just in from Ni' brarn
River, reports North's ranch, on
Di«mal River, burned by Indians,
who have already run off" 800 head
of horses from tbat range. Herd
ers are fortifying themselves at
Brail's ranch, on tlie B rdwood.
Orrat fears aro entertained for the
-afely of n supply parly of five
men, now Ihirty days out from
(t'l.inry Wnlfcline Aaeli,
Philadelphia, Dee. 4th.-—
o'Xi"H.ry walked 110 miles In lhe
first 24 hours.
,11 lliilcl|>nl E£n-c,li»f,a,
New Haven-, Conn., Dec. 4.—
Hoburt B. Bigejow, Itepublioan, is
eleoted Mayor by a heavy majority.
The rest of the Republican ticket
for city and town officers was also
Gloucester, Mass., Dee. 4 —
Williams, Greenhacker, was elect
ed Mayor by 478 majority.
win I*, »»•*, en ih tn*. rti-<i'*m i1.,,i-e
Washington, D. Ci Dec. 4th.—
Tlie President has determined on a
most vigorous prosecution of the
Chicago Ctlitom House Ring, and
has decided lo employ as special
counsel Judge Lawrence, of Chica
go, and his partner, Campbell.
Supervising Architect Hill will un
doubtedly bo suspended during
Nm-tnltlNCM |i»r Allie.rlei,
New York, Dee. — \ Berlin
eorresp indent states that the Gov
ernment proposes sending to Amer
ica the men heading the dangerous
socialistic doctrines, and warns
Americans that only Congressional
legislation can prevent large num
bers from being shipped. Influen
tial journals noticing the fact, state
that the danger here to our society
is much greater from tills source
than any incurred by the importa
tion of Chinese, anil suggests that
Ihe President notify tlie German
Government Ihat Ibe deportation
of dangerous Socialists would be
regarded as an unfriendly act.
Kircli'U fll'.yorof LunltVlllff.
Louisville, Ky., Deo. 3.—John
Q Baxter wus today elected
Mayor of Louisville by a majority
of fivo thousand.
A I'rairlu Fir*.
Deadwood, D. Tn Dec. 4— A
prairie fire broke out yesterday
three miles below Crook City aud
swept in an easterly direction,
burning up tlie bay whioh had
bepn cut and stacked for the mili
tary at Bear Butte. The military
quarters narrowly esraded destruc
tion. Many ranch houses burned
to the ground. Sturgis City, which
lay in tne path of the flames, was
saved by a slight rainfall, whioh
stopped the fire's progress.
LnleHS friia,. Hie Afjrluku f'r»uf.
London, Den. 4 —Tho Viceroy
telegraphs that intelligence ha<
hoen received ihat Jellalabad haf>
been evacuated and no Afghan
troop are nearer tliau Cabul.
London, Deo. 4 —A Lahore ills
paich eaya tliat General Roberts,
Undine the enemy concentrated In
sufficient strength to justify the
hope of inflii'i in it a crushing defeat
on the Ameer's foroes, has delayed
his attack until the arrival of all
his supplies and transports, so as In
be able to follow up any advantage
Hatiß OOii<l«iA roikvieieil.
Brussels, Dec. 4 —M. Sklmit,
manager, and M Fortampj, Presi
ded <•!' the Banque de Belttlque,
who defrauded the Bank of 20 0 )0,
--000 franci, have been convicted
and sentenced, the former to fif
teen years' solitary confinement
and the latter to one year's impris
onment with $1,200 flue.
Return ci site N,up|»pd.
Vienna, Dec. 4 —The return of
the reserves from Bosnia aud Her
zegovlnu has been stopped and
many have been ordered to rejoin
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Successor to Chris. Henne) Proprietor.
The CLEAREST. PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAGER BE Ell South of
Orders tor DRAUGHT or POTTLED
vi• uu promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery
defies competition In tbe State. ran>tf
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5. 1878
J. M, GRIFFITH it CO,
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC
J. G. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and Firtt Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodwortn & Co.'6
—An n —
f€o. ih ,'ommereinl street, uear
Bntlromt Depot. rariO-tf-
Can be found In —
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
The Steams Ranches,
AJxFKKO KOBINNOIY, Trustee,
H4\'J JUitrket St., San Francisco, Oil;
**m\f\ iXImC. ACRES OF LAND FOB
uU. vUU sale, In lots to suit, suit
able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons.
Imes.Figß, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
ipples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Ryo, Barley,
r'lax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., and also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures. Suit
able tor Dairying.
Good water Is abu-ndaut at an average
dtipthof sis feet from the surface On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTEtUAN WELLS can be obtained, nnd
the more elevated portions can be Irri
gated by the water of tho Santa Ana river.
Most of these lands aro naturally moist
requiring only gnod cultivation to product
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; Mlance ih
one, two and three years, with 10 per cen'
I will take pleasure In showing these
landsLo parties seeking land, who un
Invited to come and see this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R- OLDEN, Agent.
Auaheim.Los Anseles county. Dec. 24*
Watches and Jewelry,
Having purchased the stock, and fix
tures of the well known Jewelry store of
Mr. T. W. Slackpole, adding thereto a
large and entirely netv assortment of
.roods, we t»re are prepared tn show the
citizen* of Loa Angeles and vicinity ono
of ibe finest and best selected stocks to
be found in tho State, which will be sold
at the lowest living raiOß.
We shall o instantly bo In receipt ofnll
the latest novelties In watches, chain?,
jewelry, etc., to whloh the attention oi
the public U especially invited.
in spectacles we have a large and va
ried assortment, and are tlie exclusive
"gents in Southern California of the eel
eurated Lazerus & Morris perfe ted apec
acies, whloh we claim are thu finest lv
Mr. Stack pole will remain In our em
ploy, having exclusive control of the
woik department, anil, us heretofore, es
peolal attention will bo given to tbe re
p>ilrlug of tine watches and jewelry.
We shall be happy to s> c all our old
friends and the public at lar^e.
Jy9tf B>4 spring street.
WINES! WINES ! |
THE ATTENTION OF THE TItADF.
* an lof Consumers is reßpectfully called
to the following well known and SUPE
From Messrs. Dents & Qoldermai), Ay:
CABINET GREEN SEAL.
CACnET BLANC, Extra Dry.
From Mr. O. H. Pabßtiusnn Sohn, Maj\inco:
lIOOHHEIMER, own growth.
KONIGIN VICTORIA BERQ,
rrom the Estate of Messrs. BARON UOT3S
GRAND TIN CHATEAU LAFITE.
From Messrs. E. de Orossant Froros, Bor
From Messrs. 0. A. Kupferberg A Co., May.
SPARKLING MOSELLE MUSCATEL.
For sale in bond or duty paid by
314 Sacramento at., San Francisoo.
. sTOeOIiD rI.ATED WATCHES.
* ClmMlt Id th, koown worl.l. ysniple W,tcb Frw
a. BkUnuon. g. wilisy w*LUS.
Brunson & Hells,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Wo havo connections established ut
Washington with. Hon, Matt. Carpenter,
iy whlcn *vj aro enabled to give special
i tentlon to eases In the Supremo Court
tf the U nlted states and nil mutters be
bm Hie bepjirtnifnis at Washington. 024
JOHN C. MORGAN,
A.TTORNIEY AT LAW,
Orr.ei wllh J. G. Eaitmau, Sirolitg
Bio k, spring sireet. ml',,
/.E. HOWARD, ft 11. HOWARD.
Howard, Hrosscau & Howard,
* TTORNHYH AND COTJNHKLLORS
A AT LAW. It 'omß,«l,b7nud OH Tem
,lo Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
J. A. GRAVES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
J. st.r HAKKP. BLOCK.
S. C. HU3BBLL,
ATTOfINKY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
Ducommun a Block, corner Main
omruorclal streets, Los Angeles. nmy7-tf
V. Q1,A83ET,1., O. IT. SMITH
\. B. CHAPMAN, U. M. GMITJI
QLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
IFFIOE—TEMn.tC BLOCK up-stiiliH, LOS
Ingelea. Calubrnl*. nr-a-tr—a
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTORNK V AT 1.-.VVV.
OFFICE—Temple lilook, No, 72, Los
VnRO es. in 8-1 m
mice and Residence—No. 15FRANKLIN
Or. »j P. RICHARDSON,
Pbysviolitn and t»>:i-ir<"<>n
Residerro, Foil Hill, I omco.No. lOnnw-
Buenu Viet:i street. 1 neyßlock,upstair*.
J. 11ANN0N, M. D.,
1 IOOMBBA 11, LAN FRANCO BLOCK.
X\ Resldenea f>oi*n*y Avenue, tCast
tip* AngalM, near tbo end ol' streot fall,
o.'fl' c hours from 10 to 12 a. X.; from 1 lo
I p. ». apSO-tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Bm removed his office to No. 82 MAIN
sTHKar, over Doller it lirndleys Kurnl
Orticn Hours-Krom 10 to 1?, i to 6 nnd 8
0 9. Rosidouco—liueiiii Viata Street,
Dr. Chin Quong Z\n,
OFFICIO—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
HOS'i'ures nil kinds of dlseasos.
OtUco hours from 9 to 12 a. m. uhd from
1 to 5 ana 7 to 9 i\ If, aptOtf
CORKS, BUNIONS, INGROWING
nail*; and all fe-t diseases, treated
i>y A. LABONGE, Chiropodist, comer of
Kirstand Main streets. n2(J
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOH ANGELES, Cal.
W. H. J. BROOKS. QEOROE J. GJ-AIIKX.
vr, b. n. it tj S3 ell, Att'y at Law.
BROOKS, CLARKE & RUSSELL,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
tar ALLEN'S BUIDINO, corner Sprlug
ana Temple stroots.
W. M. WILLIAMS. F. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
WAKErTOUSE-Ssn Pedro St. depot.
OFFICE-Nos. I nmi R, Downey Block,
Willi Thompson A Ellis.
N. R.-Wo are prepnred to make liber
al loans on gralu stored with us at, ONE
HEII CBN P. per month. aOlf
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co.,
[Sucoessor, to LUllefleld, Webb A C 0.,1
316 nnd 318 Washington Street,
ScJlclt consignments of all kinds of
country pro Make prompt returns.
Advance liberally on approved ship
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
A highly-Unproved tract of
SO ACRES of LAND.
Trruis of Sale—«l,COO. one-half cash,
gold coin, and the other half property,
real or personal, at Its present cash
Call and s«e tho property, or apply to
JUDGE THOMAS H. SMITH, of Los
Angele*. or O. H. ALLEN, residing on
the premises, adjoining the Loa Nletos
Institute, near Downey City. oHtf
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earPasseuger* ror san Francis'o take
the train lot Wilmington that leaves
Los Augeles at 3 o'clock P. M., Los Ange
Los Angeles and San Diego
Ancon and Orizaba
Leave San Pedro lor San Diego Nov. s»,
Dee. 3,8, 13, 18, 23, 28, and Jan. 3.
Passenger, take the train tbat leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 10.50 a. ■„
Los Angeles time.
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles.
(Fayable In Gold.)
To Pan Frnnolsco 81ft 00 JK) IXI
To Port Harford 12 (X) 0 00
To Santa Barbara 8 to « no
TO San Diego V ou 0 o.'
Plum or steamer.'cabins at asieut'x office,
wberu berths may be secured.
FOR WAY FORTS.
Tbe steamer Los Angeles leaves San
Buenaventura aud Santa Barbara for Sau
Francisco every Saturday, calling ot
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
for Sin Diego and way ports about every
ton days, carrying slock, combustibles,
For Passage or Freight... oove, or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local
Apent, Office, No. 661 Main street,
over the Commercial Bank, Los
§■ P • R • R.
COMMENCING Nov. 7, 1878,
And until further notice,
TRA.INIS ana BOATS
Will leave LOS ANGELES as fallows:
9,0n A. M.—DAILY—Via L. A. & I. R.
■UU 1!. —Local Passenger Train to
Hanta Monica. (ArrlvesB:lo a. m.)
1 n,QC A. tf.—l >AlLY—Local passenger
IUiOU trala 10 Wilmington.
(Arrive, lit 3:10 A. a.)
in.OT A M.—DAILY— Sun Frnnclsco
lU.oD 1 hniugh Freight uud Thlrd
um Accommodation train
(Arrive, at 11:59 A. X..)
IslC p - M _ DAILY-San Franolsco Ex
-1.10 press Irani, connecting at Laltirnp
wan the Atbintia Express train ol tbe
Central Pacific Railroad.
(Arrives 1:55 P M.)
2 -Or P. M.-DAlLY—Arizona Express,
•Z0 connecting at Ynma with cally
■i»m< ► for Pr- soon, lucon and east; also
wiih Colorado Klver steamers.
(Arrives K:l5 a. h.)
3 .0n P. M —DAU.Y-Local Passenger
,OJ train to Wilmington.
(Arrive* 2:20 P. M.)
Notice.—On and after Sunday Nov. 10th,
1878. until furtbe- notice, «n aays oi s:dl
ing of P C. S. 8 Co.'s steamers from Wil
mlngton for Sen Francisoo. the afternoon
to Wilmington will leave Liv An
geles in 2:45 o'clock, instead of 3 an.
4 .fi1l P. as*.—DAlLY—Loeul rasßenyer
■UU train lo Santa Ana, connecting
witn slates for San Diego.
(Arrives 6:50 A. M.)
4.lft P.M.— Sundays Excepted—Via
,ZU L. A At K. K.-Looal Passen
ger iruin io Santa Monica.
(Arrives 3:25 p.m.
Notice.—On Sundays this train will
leave Santa Monica at I :i0 p. m. and Los
Augeles at 6:40 P. a.
No. 1 SPRING ST., Telegraph Office;
Commercial St. It. It. Depot;
DEPOT OFFICE P. P. R. R.
A. N. TOWNE.
T. H. GOODMAN,
Oeneral Passenger and Ticket Ag't.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent, Lor Angeles.
Montana Meat Market.
FRCELINGER & FRANK, fISRf
Tbe best nnd tenderest Meals
tn the market. None but the •«■■»-•»
Prlmest Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the addreaa—Mon
tana Meat Market, Main Street, near
Hirst. Loe Angeles
. Bryant** •»« lm**n*" B*-.-i
\ "« f'«owJ Int.. MM PUt.! or tuirt „
l-wra**. Ht*'jLN , m Psi«t.
k »«rfl«uiV7 *H1 but ***■»■ b* «m
TliM M*lH. I" **»l. Inki md Ilru.hu un) artr*.
Ihlulo Niaa*! Steak 80T.B « »\VK.«iTUHKII uf U,. wwkrfaJ
•I:WVU;\ <iYROKfOT>fc." **•> f*> otbar Iran fkM ttllinj
trtlaUt. •' Portun* Chart," at*. Uiroarof»t anlkj for M aaun
Sa-npu Ohut, A ct*. Stnd poalal <*rl fU full paittauUr*. N. Ik—l
ttfcr* ajraafaoiaau in»U *.->■! am ftimlah prut rytlt aaj tjllaai
tuhd Uj or aontumart, ■.( Ajucrlciri «r Vof»<n maka.
0- v SRY.vN 1. Sol* M.v uf»*l Ii- ViMllkarUka St.. "tt't-am
CORNMB MAIN ST. AND THE PLAZA
Francisco Pico, Prop'r.
W. E. MORFORD, Manager.
This well .known aud popular hotel—
by common oonsent the beat appointed
and moat luxurious iv isoutnern Califor
nia— baajust been
Refurnished and Renovated.
Apartments single and en suite. The
eulsine Is unsurpas*ed on tbe Coast.
Every detail rf the service, apartments
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & OENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
This hotel takes in an entire block,
frontlna 320 feet on Kequena street, 160 on
Main and 66 feet on Loa Angeles street.
Are airy, and all contain Spring Beds,
with the latest Improvements.
Is supplied with the best the market
A Free Omnibus Is attached to the ho
tel. and baggage Is conveyed gratia to
und from th.- depot.
The United States Hotel ts centrally
loomed, opposite the Court House, aud is
near tne Postoffioe and Land office.
Call and see us. You will reeelve good
treatment. HENRY HAMMEL.
A. H. DENKEH.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANOELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAICUE & CO..
The St. Charles is located In the busi
ness centre or the city,and Is the largest,
most elegant aud completely organized
Hotel in Southern Calliornla.
Free coach to tho house.
WWestern Union Telegraph In Hctel
3iojavo Junotion, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPAREP M*%s
to receive Its numerous patronsjtim.
and tbe traveling public In general. Be
ing entirely new aud splendidly lur
nished, it affords superior aocommoda
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is socond to none In Southern California
THE BAK is supplied with the cboleest
brands of wines, Uqnors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast and
■upper, it Is the point of departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, vis.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
amlnt. Tao office of the
LONE PINE STAGE 00.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of •
traveling public i* respectfully solicited
MATTHEWS A BOYD,
T*2i-1 f ProprleLora.
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lands or tho Sierra Mad re Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Command* a charming view of vnTles
and mountain, overlooking the sun Ga
briel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad aud telegraph station; house en
tirely o*»w, I iglited by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
For particulars uddi ess proprietor, P. O
W. P. RHOADEm,
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August 7th, 1877,
flviitda mxny oblecttons i.niud la other
dryer*. It le rapid in it« work, very eco
nomical, ihks dltrwt-nt urtfclea at the
lama time, "ill ior, damage fruit by
overheating in d ludies unassisted can
muuttge it. Has always given
FROM 576 TO 8600.
For circulars or information, address
GEO. H. PECK, Agent,
a2B Ll Monte, Cal.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY,
MTXA. OF HARTFORD,
UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN
GERM A V AMERICAN OF NEW YORK,
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
Com binod Capital aad Assets,
Policies Issued direct by the under
signed. VV. J. BRODRICK,
mlice -s\ COMMERCIAL ST. slltf
Notice of Removal.
Ifc. BII>I, S
Has removed nls Freight and Transfer
Office from 110 Main street to
ISO. 0 MAIIKET ST.
SOCIETY NO-riCBH. j
m l.os Aanla Lodge 4JL >3
* A. sf .-The slated maetttui
■»sf y of this Ledge ere bold on tSS
nm MONDAY o reach monli.l
' ▼ x 7:80 p. m. Members of Psntsj.
pha. No. 202, and ill Master Masons In
eood standing an coHlally Invited.
By order of tbe W:- M:<
Chas. Smith, Secretary.
LosAngets.l Chanter No. 33, B: • »:■
t Stated oon vocations oa to "
MONDAY of each inontk.
TH p. M. al Masonle HaH.
Sojourning sompanlons tn •
good standing cordially In
vited. By ord.r of
ao. foy, h. r IS
Lot Angeles Cooncll No. It, Ron! mi \
Soloet Master*, F. a ». ■~
Holds lv slated assemblies oa tbo r» *j
Monday of each month at M ssoaUl If Sjln*| *
at 7:80 p. m Sojourning Comrjaulins ii ■
good standing are fraternally Invited mfi
attend. By order of th. Th:- III:.
ft. a. CUNNINGHAM. KeoordOfc
NIGHTS TEMPLAft \
Da Lion Ccmaiindsry N s . ,
ZfW 9, k;. t:- f
Holds its stated conclaves at th. A«r«
lam In Mhsoulc Hall, on the Tn'rst 5
THURSDAY of ea-h month,at7H o'clouk
p. M. Sojourning Knights Templar us '
good standing areoord'uiiy Invited to 3a
tend. By order of the a
J. O. LmuniiD, Recorder. " °"*
AMgeles IVodire Wo. SO, I. O. •.»*. yM
MttttMk. Regular meeting bald OB 1
jM ■&WEDNESDAY EVENDIO Ol 1
each week at 7H o'clock. BQ.-.M
looming brethren tn rood -jS
standing aro cordially invited. 3
. _ J. W. BARD, N. c M
A. Fkank, R. 8. I
Orange Grove Encampment, No. SI, I. •>. J
mm WOjj m . REGULAR MEETINGS beld .
S Bun tbe Second wnd PoaMhlfl
of each moßtb 3*
. . P. K. Rejourning Patrt> f
archs In good .lauding are cordially lnrlifl
ted to attend.
„ „ OC. LIPS, CP >'
B. Makzskh. Scribe.
® Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No. B*J.J
meet* every 1 buraaii/ cv. nlng.M
7 o'clock, at the Cattle - Hall. '
Downey Block. All sojourning Knichtj
la good standing are • ordlsllv Invited. '
I. A. dunsmoou.o. a
C. E.MH.EB.K. of R. H.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2. |
A REGULAR MEETINGS tl <
this Company will take plae*
on the ft rat tyednenday 'mwm. iS
nine or each month, ai m
o'clock. By order,
W. s. MOORE. Secretary
COR. SPRING A MARKET STS..
W. H. Northcraft, Auctioneer^
ftWUceul nr Sale Days for Ttnimm^&Wr
MC)NDAY Furn " ure ' BATUBDj»Y and 8
Will sell at houses and stores, and all
property entrusted to my care and war- 9
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE 1
Of Los Angeles City and County. " J
First Slate. County and City License * ;
taken out i ct. Ist, IMS 9, and kept up S
uninterrupted to the present date.
lE. "W. 25T0"2"333S f
With J, G. DeTurk, No. 1 MARKETe»..
two doors nbove Wells, Fargo *
Regular Sale Daya for horses, car
rluge., lurniture. eic, Wednesdays and
Saturdays fiom 10 o'clock A. M. to 1
o'clock r. m. Cash advance* made on
consignments. Cai-h paid ior all kind*
ofgoods,wares and merchandise. Charaee
on the ' live and let let live" basis.
N. B—No real estate sold except by
auction charges on real estate sales
oue per cent.
E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer,
And General Business Manager for j. Q, 1
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITT.
EE. lE*,. BROWIT, |
Auction and Commlnlon Merchant,
Two doors east of old stand, on Court St
Sou h of Court House.
sw-Regular Sales on Saturday*, oomt "I
A. M. UU 4 I. s. Specie! sales ir,,.u,. at
any time or place, i *.h pal.i lor ail
kli.ds ol goods.
Relerenoe, by pertnt'skn: K. E. Hyde. il
President. Bank ol Viaal a; E. X rWuie * :
Cashier Commercial hi-ak, I . A. •
»i2tf H. R. Illume. Auctioneer. f
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of this really great medicine.
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quantltV-«10. Sent to any address sc. ffl
cure IroW**- ervatiou.
Address ml letters to
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(Graduate of the University of Penn.vl
vanlaand late Resident Surgeon to the i
Orthopcodlo Hoapltal or Phlladel- H
No. 72* Montgomery St., San Kranclaeo 1
P. S.—DR. MINTIE cau be consulted 1
In reference to tbe abovecomplainta dar- 'J
Ing office hours from 9 a. m. log p. «. j
dany, and from 6 lo S in the evenlna.
%S££."'lJ!! A - * >° 1 p - «• ConsollatloS-
FßßE. Thorough examination and aeV j
vice. $s. Full directions and advlee free
with every package of medicine.. Iyl*tt 3