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Compete wltl, San Francisco In
•>riee,atyle, and BlesraneoOi Work,
San Francisco, Dec. 6.—The
Ancon sailed at 9 o'clock a. M.
with the following list of passen
H R Tarwater, wife T A Hamillon,
and child, W J McQuillan,
O H Miller, J Olson,
W J Woodworth, W .T Carlisle,
E A Carlisle, H W O'Melvenv.
Mrs J T Grand, Miss A Kirkhotl,
Mr Bent and wife, TA Callendar,
E A Bert, T Schiller,
EF Marcus, Master A Murlilif,
E House and wife, Mr Evan.,
Mr Snow, R Stephens,
J McConnell, Miss S Scott,
J R Crandall.
I as.eoises* Guluts smuiili.
Mojave, Dec. 6.—Mrs R B Bish
op, FFolkeeand wife, Miss Folkes,
G Goss, Miss Gerstle, E F Hulburt
and wife, Miss Hulburt, W W
Hence, C A Low and wife, Miss
Low, W McDonald, F Ferse, J
Wadsworth, J M Shannon and wife,
M Cohn, C J Rogers, H Lake, S F
Norton, Col. Wilkins.
A TrKKeily Near l'li>nNiiHt»i>.
Pleasanton, Cal., Dec. 6.—Yes
terday Robt. Davis came into town
aud gave himself up to the officers,
stating that be had killed a man
named Joe Donnelly iv the moun
tains about twelve miles
south of tills place. Tho
officers, accompanied by Davis,
went after the body of Donnelly,
and found it as he bad stated. The
body was brought to town and an
inquest held to-day. The jury
brought in a verdict of justifiable
homicide. It seems that Donnelly
had just served a term in the Peni
tentiary for theft, for which ser
vice he blamed Davis, as Davis
was instrumental in procuring bis
arrest at that time. A charge of
murder is now preferred against
Davis. He will have a bearing to
Sacramento, Dec. 6.—The Con
vention met at 9:30, President Hoge
in the chair. Beerstecher present
ed a memorial from citizens of San
Francisco asserting that the hard
times, low wages and business de
pression in California are attrib
utable to land monopoly, and ask
ing that the new Constitution shall
leave the matter of taxation
to the discretion of tlie law
making power, simply providing
tbat all laws Imposing taxes shall
have uniform operation, and that
whatever exemptions be made or
cumulative rates be imposed, they
shall apply equally to all individu
als under tbe same conditions.
Referred to tho Committee on
A communication was presented
from the Superintendent of State
Printing announcing; that the coßt
»>f supplying from the State office
a series of Readers, supposing tbe
(Stato owned tbe copyright, equal
to tbe Pacific Coast Readers, would
be aa follows: First thousand—ss,
--936.20; each additional thousand,
$1,168.04. Equal to McQufTey's
series—first thousand, $5,617.86;
each additional thousand, $1,091.25.
Dowliug, of San Francisco, of
fered a resolution reciting tbat
Congressmen Stephens bad Intro
duced a biil granting a subsidy to
tbe Texas-Pacific Railroad, and re
questing the Senators and Repre
sentatives from California to sup
port the same for the purpose of ob
taining a competitive trans-conti
Ayors, of Los Augeles, seconded
Wellen said that, while this
country bad declared agalust sub
sidies be, for oue, would novel
support the motion to re-lntroduct
the system. He moved tbat tbe res
olution go to tbe table.
O'Sulllvan seconded. Carried.
Vacquerel offered a propositiot
for insertion In the article on cor
porations requiring all railroadi
and transportation companies t<
furnish free passes to the Railroat
Commissioners; tbat rates be flxec
on a basis not to exceed three cents
per mile for passengers and three
cents per ton per mile for freights
tbat the companies shall run a
least one train daily, and tbat a
question shall be submitted to the
people for tbe purchase of railroad
by tbe State.
On motion of Grace the propusi
tlon was sent to the table.
Belcher presented a report from
the Judiciary Committee, recom
mending tbe appointment of a
committee of three to confer with
tbe Attorney-General for the sub
mission of an agreed case to the
Supreme Court on tbe true con
struction of tbe disputed points In
the Act calling tbe Convention.
Adopted. Tbe Chair appointed
Lame, Sbafter aud Terry as sucb
On motion of Edgerton, tbe arti
cle od revenue and taxation wai
made the special order after tbe
Terry moved that tbe article on
the Legislative Department be con
sidered next after corporations.
Miller objeoted, because it bad
already been agreed to next take
up tbe artiole on Chinese, and
Tarry withdrew his motion.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
The Convention went into Com
mittee of the Whole on the article
on Corporations, the pending sec
tion being 21, dividing tbe State
into three railroad districts, one
Commissioner to be elected from
Rolfe moved to strike out the
section, stating that this was neces
sary to harmonize with the McCul
ium amendment, adopted yester
day, by which the Commissioners
were to be elected for
six years, one to be
elected biennially. He presumed
that, by that decision, it was in
tended to elect from the whole State
at large instead of by districts.
Reynolds submitted an amend
ment adding a clause that the Com
missioner) l shall be elected by the
qualified voters of their respective
Estee thought it desirable, if the
Commissioners were elected in the
State at large, tbat they should be
residents, of tbe respective district?.
Filcher opposed the election by
districts, which would lead tooolo
McCallum expressed similar
views. If he could do so he would
make the area of election wider
thau the whole State and thus pre
vent tbe use of certain Influences
which had demoralized the politics
of t le State.
Barbour moved a recommittal of
sections 20, 21 and 22 to tbe Com
mittee on Corporations, in order
that tho samo be harmonized.
The committee rose and reported
A long discussion followed on
Barbour's motion to recommit.
The roll was called on reference to
lire committee, resulting in ayes
81, noes 50. Tho sections aro there
Tinuln then offered a resolution
instructing tbe Committee on Cor
porations to report sections provid
ing for an election of Commission
ers by districts; holding office for
four years, and for the removal of
the Commissioners by a vote of
two-thirds of the members of each
branch of the Legislature.
Herringtou offered au amend
ment that instructions be given to
provide for Commissioners, oue
from each district, but to be elected
by the State at large.
Howard called for the previous
question, which was seconded l>y
The amendment by Herrington
was defeated by viva voce vote.
Hale demanded a division ou
Tinnin's instruction to tho com
Tlie roll was called on tbe first
proposition, namely: Instructing
the Committee on Corporations to
report sections providing for tlie
election of Commissioners by three
separate districts, to bold office for
four years, resulting, ayes 82, noes
A vote was next taken In the
second clause, requiring a two
thirds vote of each House of tlie
Legislature for the removal of
Commissioners. Ayes 09; noes 20.
Terry moved further instructions
to the Committee to report on sec
tion 20 a clause conferring upon
tbe Commissioners power to pun
ish for contempt of their orders and
process, the same as Courts of
record. Adopted under viva voce
McCollura ottered a resolution
for further instructions to the com
mittee, striking out from section
20 that clause where it is provided
that the rates fixed by the Com
missioners shall be prima facie evi
dence of tlie correctness of bucli
Pending tbe discussion a recess
was taken until 2 o'clock.
Hnu Frnuclaeo Miwixeia.
San Francisco, Dec. o.—Green
backsand sliver unchanged. Wheat
—Stagnant and nominally un
changed. Barley—Dull; dark coast,
92J®»7i; bright feed. $email@example.com;
Brewing, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats—Wash
ington Territory, $email@example.comJ; Cali
fornia dull and unchanged. Corn —
Steady; large yellow, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bye—Nominal; bay, $1.25®1.271.
Hay—Dull and unchanged. Pota
toes—Firm and unchanged.
The Statu rrnncieeu fuv*etlff*u»u.
San Francisco, Dec. 6 —The
committee of the Board of Educa
tion held another session last even
Edward Ewald, who has been
supposed to be the principal one
concerned in the examination
question brokerage was put
on the stand and denied all knowl
edge of the matter. Incidentally
be made severe charges against J.
A. Moore and some other teaobers.
He refused to give tbe names of
some parties presumed t > be impli
cated in the business and
bis examination was temporarily
laid over. Several teachers
were examined. A good deal of
lying was evidently accomplished,
and some progress was made to
wards getting at tbe bottom of tbe
affair, though nothing direct was
obtainod as to tbeparties originally
furnishing tbe questions.
A fail Tonus Blnod from
San Francisco, Dec. O.—A ten
year-old-boy, giving the name of
D. Scott, arrived on the train from
Los Angeles yesterday, and said he
was ou a visit to his aunt here. He
was taken in charge by officers,
who fouud that he was a runaway
from Sau Gabriel, where he stole
one hundred dollars from a neigh
bor named Monroe and came here
on a lark. Most of the money was
Beeretnry ftettmaeii nm rropoaed
Washington, Dec. 6.—The joint
commission considering tbo trans
fer of tbe Indian Bureau to tbe
Military Department heard Secre
tary Schurz to-day. He disclaimed
any personal desire to retain con
trol of tbe Indian servioe under
tbe Interior Department. No otber
branch of the Department's busi
ness is so troublesome and thank
less. He thought the Indians en
titled tv humane treatment, and
tbat could only be tendered
through a prooess of civilization,
education and kind treatment. Tbls
the military wers not fitted to pro*
mote. The Secretary quoted from
tbe report of the Sioux Commis
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7. 1878
sioners, signed by Qenerals Slier
man, Terrj, Angier aud others, set
ting forth lv effect that it peace
with the Indians was required,
tbe • management of their
affairs should be placed
under tbe civil department of the
Government. He added, "Now, I
agree with these gentlemen on this
point. There are a great many
officers of tlie army who have ex
cellent ideas about Indian affairs,
but it is another tiling to bring
ideas into practical effect." The
military arm of the Govern
ment he did not consid
er gifted with the facility
for patient labor required to
place the hoe in tha Indian's hand
and teach him bow to use it: He
denied emphatically tho red
tape system of reporting Indian
outbreaks, which had been asserted
was required under the present ad
ministration of Indian affairs.
Whenever a case arises where
prompt action is necessary, he
is tbe person communicated
with. The Secretary of War or
the General of the army may be
thereby notified, causlug but very
few hours' delay In perfecting the
necessary arrangements to meet
the emergency, rather than
months, as intimated by General
Sherman. He claimed that the
demand for the transfer of
the Bureau from the Civ
il to the Military Depart
ment was based upon assumptions
rather than upon facts. History
will prove that the Indian Bureau
is credited witii Indian wars which
in reality, occurreil previous to its
organization under civil manage
ment. The cause of a majority of
wars, in his opinion, la tbe break
ing of treaties, together with the
encroachment of greedy whites
upon settlements ullotted to
would-be peaceful Indians.
He did not believe that such mili
tary officers as Generals Sherman,
Sheridan and othors desired war,
but subordinates, who had a repu
tation to make, were not too keen
for peace, especially with the Indi
an race. Army officers, tho Secre
tary said, in reply to a question by
General Hooker, who have been in
in charge at tho Indian
Agencies, have been very faithful
and efficient. Their duties were,
however, in connection with an un
settled state of affairs, and not with
a view to civilizing the Indian.
The Secretary advised tlie pine
ing ofc troublesome In
dians ou a reservation
under martial law and of increas
ing tbe number nf Indian police
from 450 to 1,000 or 1,200. This
force was very reliable and had ren
dered good service.
Cilunel llarrlsou Uray Oils.
Washinoton, Dec. 6.—Colonel
Harrison Qray Otis, whose nomi
nation as Collector of Customs for
San Diego District was sent to the
Senate on Monday, is well known
in this city, where he has many
friends. He was at one timo fore
man of the Government Printing
Office, and more recently Chief of
one ef the divisions In the Patent
11....mi ill-1 for ibe Beurlit or
Washington, Dec. o.—The bill
Introduced by Senator Booth for
the relief of homestead settlers
provides tbat any citizen who has
settled or may hereafter settle on
public lands, either surveyed or
unsurveyed, with the intention of
claiming a tract under the home
stead laws, Bhall be allowed the
same time to file his homestead ap
plication and perfect his original
entry in tbe Land Office as is now
allowed to settlers under the pre
emption laws to put claims ou
record, and shall relate
back to date of settlement
tbe same as if he bad
settled under the pre-emption laws.
The bill also provides tha!. lands
originally entered under tbe home
stead laws, but not in good faith,
and lands abandoned before final
entry, shall be subject to either
homestead or pre-emption entry by
the first settler who lias settled or
shall hereafter settle upon them,
provided that, within six months
from date of settlement, he shall
take the necessary steps to have
said incompleted homestead entry
cancelled and eball pay tlie Land
Office fees in the contest.
Plana rom Long Holiday Receae.
Washington, Dec. G.—The
Speaker and other prominent
Northern Democrats are laying
plans for a long holiday recess, to
begin as early as tbe 19th or 20th
Inst, and last until the Gth of Jami-
Washington, Dec. 6—lt is slat
ed now tbat tbe Potter Committee
bave some cipher dispatches sunt
by Republican visiting statesmen
iv Louisiana. Tbe Republicans
Insist that these dispatches refer
only to the hiring of quarters iv
New Orleans, and whether the Re
publicans of the North would bear
Private New Orleans advices
state that Governor Nichols Is vis
iting all the bull-dozed Paiisbes,
taking evidence nf fraud with the
intention to push to the limit of
tbe law all guilty of committing
iutlmidation or defrauding elec
It is stated that Gen. Thomas
Ewing and Senator James, of New
York, have purchased the James
River and Kanawha Caual, in Vir
ginia. The stock of the Company
has been held recently at two cents
on the dollar.
A private letter from Gen. Grant
states that ho still intends to travel
eastward through India and China
and thence home by the Pacific and
San Francisco in about a year.
Washington, Dec. 6.—Llnder
man's term will expire to-morrow
and It Is doubtful whether bis com
mission will be renewed. Linder
man is lying very ill here and his
reoovery is doubtful.
Tlioi Eadlea* O'l.enry.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 6t11.—
At 10 P. M. O'Leary completed 268
UecelMlun or Oeuaral Trevluo.
Eagle Pass,, Dec. 6.—General
Trevlno, MejTican commander,
visited Fort Duncan this after
noon. He was received at the
river by a company of cavalry and
escorted to the fort with music and
salvos of artillery.
All Quiet in Hnjrbcr ■*«■>.
Lahore, Dec. ti.—All quiet lv
Khyber Pass. A recounoissance
has been mads as far as Peshbalak.
Tlie Ameer is collecting levies near
Cabul. General Buddolph has ad
vanced many miles northeast of
Quettali. The advance is easy and
London, Dec. o.—Before tho
passage of the address in tiie House
of Commons, McCarthy Downing
complained of the absence in the
Royal speech of any promise to re
dress the Irish grievances.
Power and Sullivan, Irish mem
bers, protested against the Afgan
The Home Secretaiy promised
thnt wbeu the list of measures for
the session was produced it would
be found that Ireland had not beeu
The Secretary of State for India,
in the House of Lords, and the
Under Secretary for India, in the
House of Commons, will, next
Monday, movo the following reso
Resolved, That, Her Majesty hav
ing directed a military expedition
of her forces charged upon Indian
revenues to bo dispatched against
the Ameer of Afghanistan, this
House consents that the
revenues of India shall
be applied to defray the expenses
of military operations Which may
be carried ou beyond tlie external
frontiers or Her Majesty's Indiau
A. BRUNSON. G.WILEY WFLLS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Wo hnvo connections established at
WashliiKton with Hon, Matt. Carpenter,
by whlcn we are enabled to give special
attention to cases lv the Supreme Court
of the United states and all matters be
fore the Departments at Washington. pM
JOHiN C. MORGAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office with J. G. Eastman, Strolltz
Bio k, Spring street. mm.
V F. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
Howard, Brosscau & Howard,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
A AT LAW. Rooms, 06,67 and 68 Teni
ae Blook, third floor, Loa Angeles.
j. A. URATES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
j y3t f BAKER BLOCK.
S. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4
Ducommun s Block, corner Maln_ A
Commercial streets, Los Augeles. mayi-tf
A.OI.ASSKU.. - " «• »*"H
A. B. C'HAPHAK, B - BMITII
GLftSSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
OFFICE—TF.MPLE BLOCK urwitalra, !/»
Angelea, California. tavtr— i
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
OFFICE— Temple Block, No. 72, Los
Angeles. ni2 Ini
Oftieo and Residence-No. 15FRANKMN
STREET. W ■"*
Dr. 11. P. RICHARDSON,
Pliyslclnn and Purgeoa
Residence, Fort 11111, | Offlce.No. 19pow-
Boena Vieta street. I neyßlock.upstairs.
J. IIANNON, M. D.,
ROOMS 9 & 11, LANFRANCO BLOCK,
ltcslileuoo Downey Avenue, feast
Los Augeles, near the end oi street raii
"olflcc hours from 10 to 12 A. m. ; from 1 to
4v . m. apau tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed Ills office to No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over Dotler & Bradley's Tf urnl
lU co S offl Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 too and 8
lo 9. Residence—Buetin Vista street.
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
cadia streets. .
BiTCures all kinds or diseases.
Office limirs from a to 12 A. B. and from
2 to 5 aud" to 9 P. M. apJOtr
CORNS, BUNIONS, INGROWING
nails and all feet diseases, treated
by A. LABONUE, Chiropodist, corner of
first ami Main »■■■—■
The Steams Ranches,
AUKtD uoniNNON, T»net«e,
542 Hnrbet HI.. Ban Franclaco, CM;
OZ\ /\/\A ACRES OF LAND FOR
OLI,UVMJ sale, In lots to suit, suit
able for tho culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes.Fiiis, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches,
Apples, Poars, 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 tho On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can bo obtained, nnd
the more etovated portions oan be h-rl
i-ated by tho water of the Santa Ana river.
Most of these landß are naturally moist
requiring only good cultivation to product
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance la
one, two and three years, with 10 per cent
interest. . . -
I will take pleasure in showing those
lands io parties seeking land, who are
Invited to oome and sea this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Loo Angelea county. Dec. 24.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 and 11, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
W. H. J. BROOKS. GEORGE J. CI.ARKE.
w. ii v. rossell, Att'y at Law.
BROOKS, CLARKE & RUSSELL,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
•WALI.EN'S BUIDING, comer Spring
and Temple streets.
W. M. WILLIAMS. K. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
WAREHOUSE—San Pedro st. depot.
OFFICE—Nob. 1 and S, Downey Blook,
with Thompson A Ellis.
N. B.—We are prepared to make liber
al loans on grain stored with us at ONE
PER CENT, per month. autf
Can be found In
Lowest Living Prices
AT THIS POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
South California Pork Market,
No. 16 MAIN STREET,
Will furnish customers wltb the host
Pork, Beef, Veal, Mutton and Lamb tbat
Lhe market affords. Also, Hauxages,
llead-CUeese aud Fates of all Rinds.
A flue wagou to deliver meat* Iree.
NEW YORK BREWERY
(SucceSHor to Ohtfg. Heuno) Proprietor.
Tlie CLEAREST. PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of
Orders lor DRAUGHT or L'O'ITLED
Ur f.K promptly attended to.
Thu celebrated Boer from thla Brewery
dan*, competition In the State. mrfv-tf
~Tm. GRIFFITH sTcoT
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
J. G. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Streets.
DOOBB, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
Perry, Woodvvorth & Co.'s
— AND —
Mo. 10 £oinmerclul street, "ear
HnllroAd Dopoe. mrCO-tf-
Watches aud Jewelry.
Having purchased the stock and fix
tures of the well known Jewelry store of
Mr. T. W. Staokpole, adding thereto a
largo and entirely new assortment of
goods, we are are prepared to show the
oltlsensor Los Angeles and vicinity one
of the finest aud best selcoted stocks Jo
bo found in the State, which will be sold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be In receipt of all
the latest novelties In watches, ohalns,
Jewelry, etc., to which the attention oi
the public la especially Invited.
In speetaelcs we have a largo and va
ried assortment, and are the exclusive
agonts in Southern California of the eel
eurated Lazerus A Morris perfected spec
tacles, which we claim aro tho flne«t In
Mr. Staokpole will remain In onr em
ploy, having exclusive control of the
work department, and, us heretofore, e»
peolal attention will be given to the ro
pairing of fine watches aud Jewelry.
We shall be happy to see all our old
friends and the publio at large.
jyOtf 8H Spring street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
A hlghly-linprovoJ traot of
SO ACRES oT LAND,
Terms of Sale—Bs,ooo. one-half cash,
gold coin, and the other half property,
real oi personal, at Its present cash
' v»lue. , „
' Call and see the property, or apply to
JUDGE THOMAS H. SMITH, of Lol
Angeles, or 0. H. A LLKN, residing on
. tbe promises, adjoining the Los Nletoi
Institute, near Downey City. olUtf
OOODALL, PERKINS 4 CO., AGENTS,
San Francisco and Los
Angeles Express Line.
Coming Soutk Going North
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An mm N0v.70 Nov. 28 Not. 30 Dec. »
Orizaba.... Dec 1 Dec. 3 Deo. 5 •■ 7
Ancon " I " 8 " ID " 12
Orizaba.... " 11 " It " 15 " W
Ancon •' IB " Is " 10 B
Orizaba.... " 21 " 28 " 26 " 27
Ancon " 20 " 28 " so Jan. 1
Orizaba.... " !M Jan. 2 Jan. 4 " 6
Both steamships call at Port Harford
(SanLulsOblspo)snd Simla Barbara; also,
on down trip, at Anauelm Landing for
a#-passeugers for Sau Francis ;o take
the train for Wilmington that leaves
Los Angeles at 3o'clock P. M., Los Ange
Los Angeles and San Diego
Ancon and Orizaba
Leave Ban Pedro for San Diego Nov. 28,
Deo. S, 8,13, 18, 23, 28, and Jan. 3.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 10.50 A. *~
Los Angeles time.
Rates ot Fare from Los Angeles.
(Payable in Gold.)
To Sau Francisco 115 00 JlO DO
To Port Harford IS 00 8 00
To Santa Barbara 8 CO 6 00
To San Diego 8 00 6 o'-'
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent'sofflcs,
where berths may be secured.
FOR WAY FORTS.
The steamer Los Angeles leaves San
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Francisco evory Saturday, calling at
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
for Sau Diego and way ports about every
leu days, carrying stock, combustibles,
For Passage or Freight as above, or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to H. MoLELLAN, Local
Agent, Office, No. 66J Main street,
over tbe Commercial Bank, Los
S> Pa R • R •
COMMENCING Nov. 7, 1878,
And until lurlhcr notice,
TIIAINW and BOATS
Will-leave I.OS ANGELES as follows:
n,On A. M.—DAILY —Via L. A. A I. R.
y.OU K. — Local Passenger Train to
Santa Monica. (Arrives 8:10 a. m.)
W.QC A. M DAILY—LocaI passenger
■Ou train to Wilmington.
(Arrives at 9:10 A. H.)
lII.Ot A. M.—DAILY—San Fninelsco
IU'OO '■ bmnsjh Freight and Third.
Ulnae Accommodation train.
(Arrives at 11:55 a. k.)
lIPI IP p. M.—DAILY—San Francisco Ex
"10 press train, connecting at Lathrop
witu the Atlantic Express train ol the
Central Paclflc Railroad.
(Arrives 1:55 p. «t.)
2.1C P. M.-DAlLY—ArixonaExpress,
I/O connecting at Yuma with dally
HM*m for Preseott, 1 ucson and east; also
wiih Colorado River steamers.
(Arrives 10:15 A. M.)
3 Ofi P- M.-DAILY-Local Passeueer
,OU train to Wilmington.
Notice.—On and alter Sunday Nov. 10th,
1878, until further notice, on aays of sail
ing of P. C. 8. S. Co.'s steamers from Wil
mington for San Franclsoo, the afternoon
train to Wilmington will leave los Au
geles at 2:43 o'clock. Instead of S 30.
A .tin P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger
tf.UU train to Santa Ana, connecting
wnu stujes for San Diego.
(Arrives S:5O A. M.)
4.111 P.M.— Sundays Excepted—Via
!/U h. A A 18. R.-Looal Passen
ger iraln io Santa Monica.
(Arrives 3:25 p. sr.
Notice.—On Sundays this train will
leave Santa Monica at 4:!0p. m. and I.os
Angeles at 5:40 P. H.
No. 1 SPRING ST., Telegraph Office;
Commercial St. R. R. Depot;
DEPOT OFFICE P. P. R. R.
A. N. TOWNE.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General passenger and Ticket Ag't.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent. Los Angeles.
Montana Meat Market.
FiUELI NOKK &. FRANK, AH
The best and teudorest MeaUAWJ
In the market. None but the ** %l%mu9mw
Prim est Boot and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the addreee—Mon
tana Heat Market. Main Street, near
Vint. Loa Ansele*
YhtlalgflaßV Uklu| thd fHiwn r f Ul <'lL*r*. Tss, MB
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nmjT |ir* !-•***»• Hiubvau in Plum
tjtw d. «|H than. Cm bat neat
*UM Mali. t>j mtJl. Inkt *oA Brutac*. aad renf
Atac in Si.Mil \9m\. ROi.K UANVr-ACTLTUOHif ih» •••fcrful
"BLO.\Ul> HVRUWOfE," anU BO attwr Afmn fan 1.111.,
VttoVM. "Pottni* Cliart," *m Qjnaat*>w —iU4 f»r «
ri.-nl.Ohwt.B4dU. wdtl -+A f»NU P- *_Bj--»
have UTHfllti M?£S-a*t?sj!T^
CORNER MAIN ST. AND THE PLAZA
Francisco Pico, Prop'r.
W. E. MORFORD, Manaciek.
This well known and popular hotel—
by oommon consent tbe best appointed
and most luxurious la Southern Califor
nia— hasjust been
Refurnished and Renovated.
Apartments single and en snlte. Th.
cuisine is unsurpassed on the coast.
Every detail rf tbe servloe, apartments
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
This hotel takes In an entire blook.
fronting 330 feet on Requena street, 160 on
Main and 115 feet on Los Angeles street.
Are airy, and all contain Spring lieds,
with the latest improvements.
Is supplied with the beet the market
A Free Omnibus Is attached to the bo*
tel. and baggage Is conveyed gratis to
and from the depot.
Tbe United States Hotel la centrally
located, opposite tbe Court House, and Is
near lbs Postomce and Land office.
Call and sco us. You will receive good
treatment. HENRY HAMMEL.
A. H. DENKER.
ST, CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
8. W. CRAICUC & CO..
The St. Charles is looated In the busi
ness centre ot tire city, and Is tbe largest,
most elegant and completely organised
Hotel Lv Southern California.
Freo coach lo the house.
*>*-western Union Telegraph in Hotel
Mojtwo Juno ti on, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEP A RED J*±
to receive its numerous patronsJguH,
and tho traveling-public In general. Be
ing entirely new and splendidly lux
nfßhed, It affords superior accommoda
ITS TABLE D f HOTE
I,h second to none In Southern California.
THE BAR is supplied wltb the choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast and
supper. It is the point of departure for
tbe celebrated Inyo county mines, vis.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
amint. Tho office of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of •
traveling public is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEW* A BOYD,
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on tbe mesa or table
lands of the Sierra Madre Mountains.
CUinato unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the Hau <.a
brlel orange groves; U four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gj*n, and contains
all modern conveniences.
For particulars addicss proprietor, P. O.
W. P. RHOADES,
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August 7 h,1577,
avoid* ni Miy oblectlens round in other
dryers, it ii rapid In if* work, very eco
nomical, diles different nr tides at the
SHiii*> ttme, wil I not damage fruit by
overheating and Indies unassisted can
manure il. lias always given
I 1 X 1 C X ,
FROM 875 TO 8600.
For olrculars or Information, address
GEO. H. PECK, Agent,
a2B El Monte. Cal.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY,
.ETNA OF HARTFORD,
UNION INSURANCE CO. OF SAN
GERMAN A MERICAN OFNEW YORK,
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LON DON AND EDINBURGH.
Combined Capital and Assets,
Policies issued direct by the under*
signed. W- J. BRODRICK,
Offlco-SK COMMERCIAL ST. slltf I
Notice of Removal.
It . BILLS
Has removed nls Freight and Transfer
Office from 110 Main street to
IHO. o MARKET ST.
j SOCIETY NOTICES. 1
Mason lo Notice.
m AsMtelea Lada-e ■•. «*. r. I :
jg\ 4t A. M.—Tbe atalad mn.ll.jp
T(T or I hi. Lodge ar* held cut ufi 1
TV/V first MONDAY ofweh atoala (4'
' ▼ v 7:30 p. h. M.mbarsof Pw»ai
pata. No. 202, and all Master MIKH I*
good standing an cordially Invited.
By order of the W.-Mi-
Chas. Smith, Secretarr.
Los Angelei Chapter No. 31, ft: •
t Stated con vocations o* io
MONDAY of asuah moat*.
7S p. M- at Kaaoala SaS.
Sojourning companion* k»
good standing cordially Is.
vlted. By order of
8. C.FOT.H. r
Lot angel.. Ceonell No. 11, MroJ tJM)
Moot Maittn, F, 11 M.,
Holds Its stated assemblies on th* Ok
Monday of eaoh month at Maooalf Hail,
at 7:30 p.m. Sojourning Oompuhu la
good atandlng are fraternally Invited to
attend. By oader of tha Th;. Ut;.
6. O. CUXNINOHAaI. B—ordf,
PjM&MrCtcur De Lion ConasMoery No.
Holds its stated conrlavts at tbe Asy
lum in MnKonic Hall, on tha Third
THURSDAY of each month,at7X o'elook
P. af. Sojourning Knlghu Templar In
good .landing are cordially Invited to at
tend. By order of tha
J. C. Limimin, Recorder.
i.o* a.csits im(i so. so. i. o. o.r.
jJkWm-Um. Regular meeting bald on
jOW ML WEDNESDAY EVENING Ol
sOJpJJJVeach week at 7% o'clock, fto-
looming brethren In good
standing are cordially Invited.
J. W. BARD, N. c
A. Frank, R. S.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. SI, 1.0.
REGULAR MEETINGS h*l« .
mm ■■ton the Second uid Fourth
▼Xl of each month 3
J'"™ p. H. Sojourning Patri
archs In food "iundinr are cordially lnvl
ted to attend.
M a. C C. LIPS, C. P
B. MiElini, Scribe.
©Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE. No. 29.
nieeni every Tbursttaf evenlocat
7 o'clock, nt tbe Oartie - Hall,
Downey Block. All sojourning Knight,
in good standing are cordially invited.
I. A. DUNSMOOR.C. C.
C. E. Milks, K. of R. H.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
A REGULAR MEETINGS ol
this Company will take place
on tbe drat Wednesday eve
ning of each month, at
o'clock. By ordea,
W. 8. MOORE. Secretary
COR. SPRING A MARKET STS..
W. H. Northcraft, Auctioneer.
SQTRegnlar Sale Days for Horn., Car
riages and Furniture, SATURDAY and
Will sell at houses and stores, and all
property entrusted to my care and war
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
Of Los Angeles City and County.
First State. County and City License
taken out Oct. Ist. 1369* and kept up
uninterrupted to tbe present date.
With J. O. DeTurk, No. 1 MARKET St.
two doors above Wells, Fargo A
Regular Bale Days for horses, ear*
rlages. furniture, etc., Wednesdays and
Saturdays from 10 o'clock a. if. to 4
o'olock p. m. Cash advances mad* on
consignmenu. Cash paid ior all kinds
ofgoods,wares and merchandise. Charges
on the "live and let let live" basis.
N. H.-No real estate sold except by
auction. Charges on real estate sales
one per cent.
E. W. NO YES, Auctioneer,
And General Business Manager for J. G,
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITY.
EC. -r. BIROWICT,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Two doors east of old stand, on Court St.
South of Court House.
•WUeculiir Kalps on Saturdays, from 9
a. m. till 4P. V. Special sales mini.- >v
any time or place. Cash paid for hll
kind* ol goods.
Reference, by permission: It. K. Hyde,
President Bank ol Visalia; K. * i**peute.
CashierCommercis! Bunk, t, A.
sliitf H. R. BKOWN , Auctioneer.
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testify to the great restorative properties
of tbls really great medicine.
Price, I S per bottle, or four time* th*
quantity lor f 10. Rent to any addreaa an
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate of Ihe University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident surgeon to tne
Ortbopcedle Hospital of Philadel
No. 791 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
P. B.—DR. MINTIE can be consulted
In reference to the abovecomplatnta dur
ing office hours from 8 a. at. to Ir. at.
daily, and from « to I In the evening.
Sundays, 10 A. v. to Ip. ir. Consultation
FHEw. Thorough examination aud ad
vice, IS. Pull directions nnd advice Inn
with every package of medicine. tvlMI