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VOL. XI.
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day,
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TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
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si * wonths " " 6
Three months " " 3
Delivered by carriers, per week 25 cents
LO>ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
. urvll*hevery Saturday mor.itnfc. '
TERMS.
Ono .eL»T,by infill orexpress,onocopy..Bßfit
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A..1 vertisements inserted at reasonable
rat
tn lilntla of Job-Work done to
Compote wish Nhi* Fraiielftro tn
f'rhr.Ntylf, ntid Elovnuee of W<iirki
Morning Telegrams.
fassettufrN C3ulna- *ontli.
Mojave, Dec. 10.—W M Griffith,
C A Page, J G Sewton, C J Barber,
Mrs A H Wingle, Miss AE Fisher,
H A Vate, \V B Hale and wife, R
R Proudfoot and wife, J Frazerand
wife, F D Buttolph, F Houghton
and wife, J Anderson, A Stafford,
W J Dakin, J W Gardiner and wife,
J Raux, J Spilie, G Bellyache, R
A Dong, W B Benson.
Til* Teachers' rritmtt.
San Francisco, Dec. 10.—-At
the investigation of examination
questions last night hy the com
mitter of the Hoard of Education,
the prinolpal witness was S. M.
Augustine, Superintendent of
Schools of Marin county, who tes
tified to many occasions on which
appearances led him to believe that
ladies from Han Francisco came to
San Rafael to pass examinations
who had questions beforehand.
John Levett testiflerl to instances
of applicants having obtained
questions, and attributed the great
er portion of the trouble to tho fact
that questions were made out in
the Stale Superintendent's office at
Sacramento and sent all over tlie
country.
The most direct and damaging
evidence jet given before the In
vcstigutlou Committee was ob
tained at a seciet meeting h.-ld
yesterday morning. Mary J. Ken
nedy, 11 teacher of Sun Mateo
county, was subpoenaed. She
stated that, about two weeks he
fore the examination in Decem
ber, 1877, Edward Ewald sold her
questions for $100 and brought
them to her home in I Ills city at
midnight.
Mrs. Danielwilzand several other
ladies also got questions from
Ewald at that timo and passed
their examinations at San Rafael.
Miss Kennedy paid Ewald an ad
ditional $100 for a position in this
olty. He failed to procure her the
place, giving, as a reason, Unit he
had no influence with tho present
Board. She was obliged to seek
for a situation elsewhere, but
Ewald refused to return theSlOO,
whloh he still retains. Mips Ken
nedy gave the mimes of other
parties implicated In tlie swindle,
who will bo called before the Com
mittee. The fact of Ewald having
sold questions, if proven, does not
constitute an offense against the
(State law, but the Committee hope
to hold him for perjury, ns he swore
positively that he had never dealt
in the papers.
Tho evidence given by Miss
Kennedy is corroborated in many
respects, Mrs. N. Ziegerhert par
ticularly testified to paying Ewald
money for questions Mrs. Ken
nedy in her statement, which Is
vety lengthy, says that Ewald told
her that the most of the teachers in
«the department got questions in
■ tdvance. He also charged Sitper
f utentiant Mann and others with
having procured their positions by
underhanded means. Ewald said
he worked hard for Bolandor and
gave witness to understand that,
if Bolander had succeeded, he
(Ewa'd) could have had things
his own way. Ewald gave witness
the questions about two weeks be
fore tlie examination. They wore
on manifold paper. Ewald gave
witness to understand that lie pro
cured the questions direct from the
offlce of tbe State Superintendent
at Sacramento, and that, no matier
what means might bo taken to pre
vent them getting out prematurely,
he could obtain them, as the par
ties who furnished them were un
der such obligations to him that
they could refuse him nothing.
<linrclilu'a Trim Sel.
I Ban Buenaventura, Dec. 10.—
.'lv the District Court the case of
the People vs. I. D. Lord for mur
der being the first ou the calendar,
was called up by his Honor Judue
Fawcett, when W. W. Allen for
the defense said he was ready to
proceed with the case. L. C.
Granger, acting District Attorney,
said that, on account of the pecu
liar oircumstai.ces surrounding the
case, the prosecution thought best
to proceed first with the
trial of J. 8. Churchill another
of tbe defendants. Mr. Allen
said the defense were ready to try
any of Ihe four and hoped that all
would be disposed of at this term.
His Honor then set tho case of
Churohill for Monday, lho 16th in
stant, aud ordered a venire to issue
for one hundred trial Jurors.
Churohill Is iv poor health, being
afflicted with heart disease and in
flammatory rheumatism, but is
anxious to be tried at ouce.
Tne Wblla-aiebrluif Case.
Visalia, Die. 10.—The Grand
Jury adjourned yesterday. W. J.
White, bound over laßt September
to appear before the Grand Jury on
a charge- of manslaughter for the
murder of Dr. Mehrlng, is to be
held over to appear before the uext
Grand Jury, lv February.
The HrmtuekT War,
Mount Sterling, Ky., Deo.
10.—James Pettlt, Deputy United
States Marshal, arrived last nh-ht
from a point twenty miles fr m
Jack sou, tbe scene of the late die
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
turbancea In Breathitt county. It
Is reported that in another collision
between the parties of Bill Strong
and Jerry Littlo which occurred
Wednesday evening last four men
were killed and seven wounded.
Little was killed.
Wwrte llnm|ii,»u i.okph lila 2,.-,; .
Nkw York, Dec. 10th.—The
World's Washington special says
that Senator Butler received a let
ter to-day from a relative of Wade
Hampton saying that the Govern
ors health was improving, hut
that umputatiou of the wounded
H*m\> Wis necessary and tliut the
operation would be performed to
morrow. The Legislature will
elect, ndds the enthusiastic corres
pondent, Hampton to tho United
States Senate iv place of Patterson.
I'nae'a Bill
Washington, Deo. 10 —The
following Ih the full text of Repre-
Beutalivo Page's bill, introduced
to-iiny to enforce. Amendment
Fourteen of the Constitution:
Whereas, Section 5 of said arti
cle empowers Congress lo enforce
said article by appropriate legisla
tion; and,
Whereas, At (he general elec
tion held in the Stateof South Car
olina on the sth day of November,
1878, for tho election of Executive
and legislative offices iv said State,
ami for representatives in Con
gress of tlie United States,
at which election a largo
number of mule inliahitauis
and citizens of the United States,
being twenty-five years at age ar.d
the voting representatives of 415,814
inhabitants of said State, accord
ing to the census of 1870, and bn.
longing to ono of tlie political par
ties, were, by laws enacted by the
Legislature of said Slate, and also
by a concerted system of oppres
sion, terroism and fraud practical
ly denied the rights secured to
lliem under said Article 14 of the
Constitution, and their rights to
vote at said election being practic
ally denied, abridged, und defeated,
therefore bo it enacted, etc.
That from and after tiie fourth of
March, 1879, the State of South
Carolina shall be ontitl. d to two
members of i he House of Represen
tatives upon the basis of the whole
number of white male inhabitants
in said Slate, to-wit: 289,667, as
shown by tlie census of 1870.
Tliis act shall be and remain lv
full force until such time us all the
rights of citizens, as guaranteed in
the 14th and 15th articles of the
Constitution shall fully be guaran
teed and secured.
■ •iMi'ioßiutii, ut it,* Yuiiu* ||wi» v a
l*v«flTra*liTo Aasaelnilaai.
New Orleans, Dec. 10—Tlie
Exeetive Committee of the Young
Men's Progressive Association bus
Issued v Olroular setting forth out
rages committed In the South and
the abuses of sufTiages of tho col
ored voters during tho recent elec
tion. It endorses President Hayes's
mesriago and points out remedies;
oousiders local self-government in I
tho South a failure anil Ihat it
means nothing else but disfran
chisement of Re-uiblieuns. This
organisation is com, -<sedof colored
men.
KtiKlnuil lueri'M.,l. fler f.fr.tslw.
London, Dec. 10.—A Lahore cor
respondent telegraphs that tiie in
fluence of the Ameer's letter has
become immediately apparent in
the enlargement of the soopo of
operatiolie. General Brown's ad
vance on Jellalabad is only await
ing supplier General Biddulph
pushes on through Khojtik Pass
to Candabar.
LAWY-EKS.
A. BRUVSOX. O. WILEY WELLS.
Urunson & Wells,
ATTOIiNEYS AT LAW,
UAKER BLOCK.
Wo have conn'*otion3 established at
Washington with Hon. Matt. Carpenter,
by wiileu ■ ara enabled to give apental
attention to oases tn the Supreme Court
of tiie J nited States and all mat tern be
fore thu bepartinents at Washington. oil,
JOHN (J. MORGAN,
ATTOKNISY A r l? L. A."VV,
Offloe with J. G. Eastman, StreUtx
Bio. k, Spring street. ml..
V. F.. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
J. BRDSSEAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
A TTORNTCYS AND COUNSEL!/)RS
J\ AT LAW. Rooms, 60, «7 and 68 Tem
ple. Blook, third Uoor, Los Angeles.
febS-tf
J. A. GRAVES,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
JyStf BAKER BLOCK.
S. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 8 and 4
Puoommun s Blook, oorner Main a
Commercial streets, Los Angeles. may7-tf
A.OI.ASSKI.!., o. H. BHITn
A. B. CUAFMAH, 11. sr. SMITH
QLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS,
AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK tip-stalr«, !.oa
Angeles. Ca;irV»rnla. -»oa-tf— 2
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTOHNEY A.T LAW,
OFFICE—Temple Blook, No. 7J, I ns
Angelea. uiD-lm
JP. »X. WCl.irp,
(SUCCESSOR TO HUGO KREMER,)
FIiOrUIDTOR OP 1 IK
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
PfO. O sPHING ST.
NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED.
Mr. WtILFF MANUFACTURES; HA
VANA TOBACCO Into olgariot approved
brands. He aUo deals In all fines ol
Smokers' Articles. Otve him a call,
ny IS U'
LOS ANGELES. WEDNKSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11. 1878
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Kirkpatrick.
voice nnd Residence-No. 15FRANKLIN
STREET, fe2B-lm
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
E*liyslola.n is.vi! Purgeuu
Beildenef, Fort Hill, i Offloe, No. lOnow
liuena Vista street. | neyßlock,upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. !>.,
COUNTY PHYBICIAN.
I> OOMH 0 4 11, I.ANFRANCO BLOCK.
LX Residence Downoy Avenue, Knst
Lo rAngelcs, near Die end of street rail*
way,
Offlec hours from 10 to 12 A. m.; from 1 to
1 F - M - np2otf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has romoved his offleo lo No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over Dotteri Bradley's Furnt
ture store.
Offlce Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 lo 0 and 8
lo 11. Residence—Buena Vista street.
rayltf
Dr. Chin Quong Zln ~
CHINESE DOCTOR,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
cadia streets.
ear-Cures all kinds of diseases.
Offlco hours from 9 to li a. at. und from
2 too and 7 to 9 p. M. apSmf
CORNS, BUNIONS, INGROWING
nulls nnd all feet diseases, treated
by A. LABONOE, Chiropodist, corner of
First and Main streets. n2B
Cr Tfc A. Bf I>
MUSICAL FESTIVAL!
L'NUEIt THE ACSP,CEI Of Till!
Philharmonic Society,
AT LOS ANGELES,
Dec. 16,17,18,19 & 20,1878.
Prof CHAS. 10. DAY,
CONDUCTOH.
TWO GrK,A.tVJL>
CONCERTS!
WIM, DE GIVIfN AT TUB
Horticultural Pavilion,
Thursday and. Friday Evenings,
Dec. I Oth and 20th.
Also, TWO MATINEES on tho AFTER
NOONS of the saino days.
The largest gathering of Professional
and Amateur Musicians from nil parts
of the country, making tha FINEST
CHORUS ever assembled in Southern
California, with a
SPLENDID ORCHEBTRA
TJNDKR TIIE DIUECTIOS OF
Prof. O. D. Couteruo.
THE CELERIt.VTED
Anvil Oliorns,
WITH CANNON, will be given In tbo
GRANDEST STYLE, a detachment
of the Los Angeles Guards, under
Capt, Darcy, participating.
08-THREE REHEARSALS moh day
by the Chorus to prepare for the Concerts.
Free Entertainment to all singers and
mustcluns living omslde the city.
SINGERS' TICKETS, admitting to
nil rehearsals and concerts SI 10
SEASON TICKETS, adinlttm* to all
exercises, Including reserved seats
at two concerts....» SI 03
Single Tickets 60c
Matinee Tickets Vsc
Sohool Children Tickets for Mutluee luo
By order of the
d6td EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
'
11. DEWELL. T.U.REYNOLDS.
OVERLAND
FREIGHT and TRANSFER Co.
DEWELL & REYNOLDS.
Nos. 105 and 107 MAIN STKEET.
All kinds of HAULING, MOVING
FUIINII'URE, PIANOS, SAFES, etc., on
reasonable terms.
GEORGE PRIDITAM,
sd-tf tjeoratary.
BOOKS, TOYS,
FANCY GOODS,
AND
Musical Instruments,
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS,
Can be found In
Immense Quantities
AND AT
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
noTlt/
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE NEW CASH STORE;
Oor. Main & Temple Sts., Downey Block,
OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
Staple and Fancy DRY COODSI All New! No Old Goods! Cood Line of MEN'S
FURNISHING COODS! New Style CLOAKS and DRESS COODS!
REASONABLE.
Ladies and Gentlemen cordially invited to cull and examine goods aud prices. Hope to merit a liberal
patronage. Very Respectfully,
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 20,187*. oSO-diw-Sm B. F. COULTER.
WANTS—LOST-FOUND.
DINING-ROOM GlrtT, WANTED.
dIU-tf WHITE HOUSE.
! Sheep Wanted on Shares
liytheowner of a Hancho, with plenty
ol feed .ml water. Ad dross Shares, Her
ald otllce. oSO-itU
Orcliardist Wanted.
A practical orchardist, with experi
ence and training lv semi-tropical fruit
culture, wit li unexceptionable refer
ences, fa wm oil. Aoply by letter to V.
J*., BitK 14*1, Los Angeles. »28tf
Pasture to Rent.
Also, GRAIN LAND.
D. FREEMAN,
030-lm l.os Angeles.
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
FOR RENT.
A largo, nicely furnished room, a ve
randah in front overlooking the busi
ness portion of the city. Apply on the
premises, east hide Burma Vista, street,
third house from IVmple. Also, unfur
nished rooms, ■uitablo lot housekeeping.
Ul-lw
Nice Furnished Rooms to Let
At NO. 173 MAIN STREET, by the day,
week or month. n2l*lm
FOR RENT.
A very desirable residence of Bovon
rojins. btatlnnarv washstands, hot and
cold water, oraugo trees, etc. Lot 60x125
feet. Corner Hill and Eleventh s'roett!.
Apply to LOUls'R \U,
n9.f No. 13 Spring St.
TO LET.
By a strictly private family, two Quo
rooms, elegantly furnished,singly or en
suite, on the molt desirable residence
street in Mv» city, with oonveniont bath
room, suppl led with hot and cold water.
References given and required. Address
A., IIEKALXI oiticu
LAND FOR SALE .
ROO ACRES of Good Farming I nnd,
In lots tose.lt purohasers,ou lhe Knllona
Hui.Gli, five miles this sidoof Santa Mon
ica, on tho Santa Monioa road. Terms
retisouable. Address P. 0. Box 1111.
n22 3m
FOR SALE.
A FARM OF ADOOT 200 il-rea, located
on -'an loso Creek, rvar lhe railroad,
live m los we =t of spadra. Analtnndnnt
supply of uever-tailiug water. Will sell
In one body or divide into two farms.
Terms reasonable. Enquire, oo premises
or by letter to A. P.MONROE, Spiidra,
Cal. o8 Sin
FOR SALE
OK TO LET ONSTIAUES FOR GRAIN
RAISING.
NEARLY 3000 ACRES of fine fruit
land, with vulniiblo WHtcr right, Just
back of tno Indiana Colony.
CO-PRICES VERY MODERATE.
HEMKY 0. MONKS.
o27tf Sun Gabriel I'ontoUlce.
Boarding In a private family, In one of
the must healthful location* In the
county, situated on ttio slope of the San
Gabriel mountains, particularly adapted
tor lung troubles, tot particulars apply
at Horaldo:ilce. d6lm
Rooms and Board.
Gontlemnu and their wives aud single
gen In can be accommodated with board
and fine, large, front rooms, containing
all modern conveniences and bomecom
forts, at ihe
KIM HALL MANSION,
Now High street, only one block
from the Poslofnce and Court House,and
commands a charming view of mountain
and valley. jelOlf
Private Boarding House,
No. 21, cor. Third nnd Hill it*.
BurHOARI> BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms RcaeonnbHu. olaf
UND FOR SALE.
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR SECUR
ING A HUME.
SOOO ACRES of Good Land for sain
In lots to Mill purchasers, touth of the
Asusa Rancho, Los Angeles county, ad
joining county road to San Bernardino.
For particular apply to Pedro Badllla,
nt the \Eusa Rancho, or to Rev. P. M.
H,idllla,at tho Bishop's resident, Los
Angeles. « slm
HARRIS DRYERS,
FOR
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August 7th, 1877,
avoids many oblectlons lound In other
dryers. It Is rapid In Its work, very eco
nomical, di ifs dilferent articles at the
same time, will i.ot damage fruit by
overheating and ladles unassisted can
manage It. Has always given
PERFECT SATISFACTION.
FKIOE,
FROM 875 TO S6OO.
For circulars or Information, address
GEO. H. PECK, Agent,
a 2« El Monte, Cal.
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms 13 and 11, McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
septetr
W. U. J. BROOKS. OBORQE J. OI.ARKE.
w. H. 11. KU99KLL, Att'y at Law.
BROOKS, CLARKE & RUSSELL,
S9archors of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
IWALMN'S ISUIDINO, corner Spring
and Temple streots.
W. M. WILLIAMS. F. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
Commission Merchants.
WAREHOUSE—San Pedro St. depot.
OFFICE—Nos. 1 and I, Downey Block,
with Thompson & Ellis.
N. R. —We are prepared lo make liber
al loans on grain stored with us at ONE
PBHGBNT. per month. aOtf
NEW YORK BREWERY
PHIL. LAUTH
(gncuewtor UJ Chris. Henno) Proprietor.
Tho CLEAREST. PUREST and MOST
BRILMAVT LAGER BBSS Smith of
Sua Emnctsco.
Order* .'or IJUAUGHT r>r fOTTLED
Ui i ,X promptly attended to.
The iieer from thlfl Brewery
■lcCcn competition in t.h« Stato. mrfV-tf
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
DKAI.ER3 IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
J. G. JACKSON
£jiurat>4B<F Dealer
Corner Alameda and Firal Streets.
DIALXK IN
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
HAIR.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
—A T —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
LUMIJEB YARDS
— A N 1» —
PLANING MILLS,
No. l» tosuiuorclal street, near
UallrofMl Deitot. mrUMf-
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased the stock and fix
tures of the well known Jewelry sloro of
Mr. T. W. Hlncknole, adding thereto b
large and entirely new asnortinent ol
goods, wo Pro are prepared to show the
citizens or Los Angeles and vicinity ono
of the finest and best selected klockh to
be found in the State, which will be bold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall oonstantly be In receipt of nil
tho latest novelties In watches, chains,
Jowelry, etc., to which the attention oi
tlie public U especially Invited.
In spectacles we have a large and va*
rled assortment, and are tho exclusive
Hj-entw In southern California of the eel
coruted Lazerus A Morris perfected spec
tacles, which we claim are tho finest in
the world.
Mr. Stnckpole wltl remain In our em
ploy, having exclusive control of Ihe
work department, and, as heretofore, en
peclat attention will be given to the re
pttjrlug of lino watches and Jewelry.
Wo shall be happy to see all our old
friends and the public at lame.
DUN-*MOOR BROS.
JyOtf 3& spriDg street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
A highly-improved tract of
SO ACRES or LAND.
Tt-rms of Sale—ftft.ooo* ono-half cash,
gold coin, and the other half property,
real or personal, at Its present oatth
vine.
Call and s«e the property, or apply to
JUDGK THOMAS H. SMITH, of Los
Angeles, or O. H. ALLEN, residing on
the promises, adlolnlng tho Loi Nletos
I Institute, near Downey City. olGtf
HOTELS.
PICO HOUSE,
CORNER MAIN ST. AND TIIE PLAZA
Francisco Pico, Prop'r.
Vv\ E. MORFORD, Manager.
This well known and popular hotel—
by common consent the best appointed
and most luxurious in uoutheru Califor
nia—has just been
Refurnished and Renovated.
Apartments single and en suite. The
cuisine is unsurpassed on tho i'nasi.
Every detail ct the service, apartmt nts
and table
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY KE.SI'KCT.
Mflttf
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
This hotel takes In an entire block,
fron'ini: 320 feeton Requena street, IGO on
Main und 66 feet on Los Angeles street.
THE HOOMH
Are airy, end all contain Spring Beds,
with lho latest Improvements.
THE TABLE
Is supplied with the best tlie market
affords.
HA.TES* MODERATE.
A Free Omnibus is attached to Ihe ho
tel, and baggage Is conveyed gratis to
and from tbe depot.
Tbe United states Hotel Is ocntrally
located, opposite tbe Court House, aud la
near the PostolHce and Land i Hire.
Call and see us. You will receive rood
treatment. HENRY HAMMEL.
A. H. DENKER.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
G. W. CR AICUE & CO..
I'ioprletors.
The St. Charteß is located In the busi
ness centre of the city, and is tho largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel In Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
MTWestcrn Union Telegraph In Uriel
offloo. J.vlltf
MOJAVE HOTEL,
Mqjave Junction, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARED J*A
to reoeive Its numerous patronsJoß.
aud the traveling publio In general. Be
ing entirely now and Bplendldly fur
nished, It affords superior accommoda
tion*.
ITS TABLE D' HOTTi
Is second to none In Southern California
THK BAR Is supplied v, llhthe choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM ts also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an 1
supper. Jt Is the polntof departure for
the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and i an
amlnt. Theofficoof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel, The patronage of •
traveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEWS A BOYD,
fc2l-tf Proprietors.
NOW OPEN,
SIERRA MADRE VILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa, or table
lands of the Hlerra Mndre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed fur
Summer orWinter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the San Ga
briel orange groves; is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains
all modern conveniences.
For particulars address proprietor, P. 0.
San^Gabrlel.
W. P. RHOADEH,
Proprietor.
INSURANCE.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY,
MTNA OF HARTFORD,
UNION INSUBANCB CO. OF SAN
FRANCISCO,
GERMAN AMERICAN OFNEW YORK,
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
Combined Capital and Assets,
Nearly #00,000,00 O.
Policies issued direct by the noder
signed. W- J. BRODRICK.
AOXKT.
Office-8? i COMMERCIAL ST. slltt
JjINES of travel.
PACIFIC COAST
'STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO., AGENTS,
SAN FRANCISCO.
San Francisco and Los
Angeles Express Line.
December Sclicdiile.
Coming South Oolng North
Is 53- H s =-
STEAMERS 2.0 g-S l" «<t
S » 3a pen
P 3 O D OB
Anoon Nov.'2o Nov. 28 Nov. 30 Dec. 2
Orizaba.... Dec. 1 Dec. S Dec. 0 '• 7
Ancon " 8 " 8 •' 111 " 12
Orizaba.... " 11 " 13 " 15 " 17
Anoon " 16 " is " 10 " 22
Orlaaba.... " 21 " 23 " 88 " 27
Ancon " M " 9 " s° Jan. 1
Orlzaba.— | " 31 Jan. 2 Jan. 41 " 6
Both steamships call at Tort Harlord
(SanLulsOblspo)and Banta Barbara; also,
on down trip, ut Anaheim Landing for
freight only.
narPosscugers for Ran Francisco take
the train lor Wilmington that leavos
I.OS Angeles at 3o'clock 1\ M., Los Ange
les time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
Till. STEAMEKS
Ancon and Orizaba
Leave San Pedro lor San Diego Nov. 2K,
Dec. 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, 28, and Jan. 8.
Passengers tako the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 10.50 A. H„
Los Angeles time.
Rates ol Fare Irom Los Angeles.
(Payable In Gold.)
Cabin. Steerage.
To San Francisco $15 00 |10 00
To Port Harford 12 00 9 00
To San tn Barbara 8 10 6 00
lo San Diego 8 00 8 DC-
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office,
Where berths may be secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Los Augeles leaves Sau
Buenaventura and Kaulu Barbara for San
Francisco every Saturday, calling at
way ports.
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
for San Diego and way ports about every
ten days, carrying souk, combustibles,
etc.
For Passage or Freight aa a bove, or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Porte,
Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local
Agent, Offlce, No. 68j Main street,
over tho Commercial Bank, Los
Angeles.
§• P • R • R •
COMMENCING Nov. 7, 1878,
Ami until further notice,
XRA.I7CMI and BOATS
WUI leave LOS ANGELES as follows:
9,Qf> A. M.-DULY—Via L. A. AI. It.
•Oil H. — Local Passenger Train to
Santa Monica. (ArrivesSUO a. m.)
W.QC A. M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger
iOJ train lo Wilmington.
(Arrives at 11:10 A. v.)
jn.OC A - M.-DAILY'—San FrancHeo
lU.fjQ Hi rough Freight and Third-
Qia-iM Accommodation train
(Arrives ut 11:55 a. If*)
i. it- V. M,—DAILY—San Francisco Kx
■lo ! ,rt M train, connecting at Lattimp
with the Atlantic F.xpress train ol tho
Central Pacta, Kallroftd.
( Arrive* 1:65 P. M.)
rj.OP P. M — DAILY — \ri zona Fxprfss
Z .ZD connecting at, Yuma with «!ally
sii.ties for Present!,'lucson and east; also
wiih Colorado Uiver vieamer«.
I Vri ives 1. :\H a. m.)
3,011 P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger
.OU train to v,'llmlngton.
(Arrives 2:20 P. UU)
NotVc- On and aftor Sunday Nov. 10th,
IS7B, until further- notice, on days ol sail
ing of P. C. B. S. Co.'s steamers from Wil
mington for San Francisco, the afternoon
train to Wilmington will leavo Los An
geles ut2:ls o'clock, Instead of 3 .10.
4-fifS M.-DAILY—LocaI Passenger
,UU train in Santa. Ana, connecting
wito siageis for .San Dieg".
(Arrives s.M a. m.)
4 .0H PM. — Sundays Excepted—Via
■ZU 11. a A I. I . IL —Local Passen
guiuuin io Santa Mouica.
(Arrives 3:2.** p. m.
Notice.—On Sundays this tialn will
leave Santa Monica at 4:lQr. M. and Lob
Angeles at 5:4t) P. M.
XICICICT OFFICES:
No. 1 SPRING ST., Telegraph Office;
Commercial St. R. IL Depot;
Id'POT OFFICE P. P. R. P.
A. K. TOWNE,
General Superintendent.
T. H. (IDODMAN,
Geutral Passenger and Ticket Ag't.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles.
Montana Meat Market.
FRCELINOF.R <fc FRANK, MBS
The bent and tenderest.
In tbe market. None but the iranem
Prlmest Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the addresß—Mon
tana Meat Market. Main Street, near
Flrit. Loa Ansel*.
rtsiAisunV ■" 1 •" ih*" "■'
ttUM M»>*. l T U.MI. ~.1 I',, | lH .:,)
tnlna tn >■■...■ KtMk, - ■ r MASTTJI ~.>'.. ih. bw*lf*ftt|
••iiLnMn* fiVß<*i;ni i:," awl m miA;.nV r*-' *i Uj
an c c. ■ FarTUwf ( Sirt," mH\. . . - -. matfcpJ lur oaMa.
ftampla Cnart. S* <•«■ *nd noatal earn n>. -.11 tetania,*. M. » -I
ha*w arT»Ba*tii"nn mada and m famish proripUT amy artkia
■autMi br «n->ta ar cnntnmt .-• uf Ami i , u» Fatalr" tuak*
(1. O- MTl>I. MU HuJa>t'-i. U. M Mhinctoa It. Übiet**, ■
NO. -11
SOCIETY NOTICE*.
Masonic Notice.
«, l.os 4n«('lf» I«<IKC No.4S, »■
AN AA. M.—The slated meeflnaje
3 r r of this Lodge are bald on tCS
IrstMONDAY ofaach mania at
' < 7:30 r. m. Members or Penuu
pha, No. 202, and all Master Masons la
geod standing arc cordially Invited.
Bycrderofthe W:-M:-
Cham. h..iitu. Secretary.
Los Angelas Chapter No. 33, R: •
t Stated eon vocations oa Io
MONDAY of eaoh moats).
TX p. *.»t HasatuoiUU.'
Sojourning eompaaloOa f>
good standlnaoDeaieflly la.
vltod. By order of
8. C. FOT, H. F
Saw. Pkagk».
Secretary.
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Reral aae
Select Masters, F. 1> A. ».,
Holds Its stated assemblies on the Ab
Monday of each month at Masoata Hall,
at7:3o p.m. Sojourning Companions In
good standing are fraternally Invited lo
attend. By order of the Th:- 111 ■.
It. O. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder.
TEMPLAR
X Caur De '-ion Commsndery No.
9. t;.
Holds Its stated conclaves at the Asy
lum In Masonic Hall, on the Third
TH UHSDAY of each month, at 7k o'clock
p. H. Sojourning KnlghU Templar In
good standing are cordially Invited to at
tend. By order of tbe
e - . o:-
J. C. I.rrrr.efiEi.i,, Recorder.
Loa Angeles i-odge ISO. as,l. o. O.r.
• 'iiisllii - Regular meeting held on
,JQaaiiWEDNESDAY EVENING ol
'*$*fttMF e: "' h week al iy. o'olook. 80
- brethren In good
standing are cordially invited.
. J. W. BARD, N. C
A. FtIANBT, R. S.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31.1. 0.
0. F.
REGULAR MEETINGS held
soJXSBBfc 1 '" Second md Fourth
of each month at
,—'" W r. «, Sojourning Patri
archs in good <tundlng are cordially Invi
ted to attend.
„ C C. LIPS, C. P
B. Mabxskn, Scribe.
Knights of Pythias.
W&M OLIVE LODGE, No. 20,
N«]*ttV niters every Thursaay evenlng.at
r 7 o'clock, at tbe Castle - Hall,
Downey Block. All sojourning Knight*
In good standing are eordlally Invited.
I. A. DUNSMOOR.C. C.
C. E. Mn.ro, K. of K. a
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
A REGULAR MEETINGS ol
tbls Company will take place
on the first Wednesday eve
ning of each month, at
o'clock. By order,
W. S. MOORE, Secretary
AUCTION HOUSE,
COR. SPRING 4 MARKET STS..
W. H.Northcraft, Auctioneer.
ear-Regular Sale Days for Horses, Car
riages and Furniture, SATURDAY and
MONDAY.
Will sell at houses and stores, and all
property entrusted to my care and war
rant satlstucnnn.
•TPKICES MODERATE.
htlf
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
Of Los Angeles City and County.
First State, County and City Lloense
taken out Oct. im, lew, and kept up
uninterrupted to tbe present data.
lE. W. ITOTrTIEIS,
GENERAL AUCTIONEER
With J. G. PeTurk, No. 1 MARKET ST.
two doors tibove Wells, Fargo &
Co.'s Office.
Regular Sale Deis for liorses. car
riages. lurniUire. elc, Wednesdays and
Saturdays rrom 10 o'clock A. M. to 4
o'clock p. m. Cash advances made on
consignments. Cash paid ior all kind,
of goods,wares and merchandise. Charges
on tbe "live and let let live" basis.
N. B.—fjo real estate sold except by
auction, charges on real estate sales
one per cent.
E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer,
And General Business Manager for J. 0.
Do Turk. nv2l
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
AND
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITT.
EL". R. BBOWIT,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Two doors east, of old stand, on Court St
Soulh of Court House.
Sales on Saturday,, from ft
A. m. till 4r. m. Special sales run*U ;-l
any time or place. Ca«h paid for ■.. ii
kli.ds 01 goods.
Reference, by pernil*s|. i>: ir. F. Ry<!e
President Rank or Vissl:;,. i-.. v h|.c.jKt*!
CaslilerConiwerciiil H.ms, ■ a.
siatf H. B. BROW.'-. Auctioneer.
SIR ASTLEV COOPEK'B
VITAL RESTORATIVE !
The great English remedy for Nervous
Debility, spermatorrhea and frematur*
Decline of physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
permanently, any co,e of EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, elthei
acute or of long standing, and in either
sox, no matter from what cause pro
duced.
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly sclentiflo prescription, Is
not a quack nostrum, hence perfectly
snfo to lake; Is pleasant to the taste,
supplies to the cerebro spinal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force,
Puriflos and Enriches
The blood, rejuvenating and relnvigoral
ing both mind and body. .Thousand,,
bolh In his country and In Europe, can
testify to tbe great restorative properties
of tbls really treat medicine.
Price, $3 per bottle, or four lime, tbe
quantity for 110. sent to any address se
cure from observation.
Address all loiters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to the
Orthopojdlc Hospital of I'hlludel
phla,)
No. 722 Montgomery St., San FrV.clsoo.
Sole Agent,
P. S.—DR. MINTIE can be consulted
In reference to the above complaint, dur
ing office hours from ft a. m. to 8 p. ».
dally, and from I lo I In tbe evening.
Suposys 10 a. M. to Ip. *. Consultation
KIIEI.. Thorough examination and ad
vice, *5. Tull directions and advice tree
with every package of medicine. Ivlsti
<K«lr%At%«% a '' l " r T- '".—hiim
ll* I 111 I II livelier SUfSiOMAsU
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