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.IOWKPH L>- LYNCH.
TERisIS FOR DAILY HERALD:
por annum, by mall or express *10
Mix months " " 8
Tlir >c months " " 1
Delivered by oarrlera, per week 26 cents
LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
S|«nhllsheil every Saturday morning.
One yi ar.by moll orexpress,onecopy..s3'X
Six months, " " " " -1 < f
Vitus " " " " " ...1 0t
Advertisements Inserted at reasonable
All Hindu of jolt.Work done to
I'iiiii pete with Sun rranelm-o In
>•• lee, Style, nml Elßisseeiii Work*
raaaenaem o. lug atenth.
MojAVE, Dec. 12 —Daniel Somen,
Isaac Norton, 8 SHvethurg, L H
Goodrich, Mrs J L Pliiletps, James
O'Brien, George Whiteside, B A
Frickas, J Binoth, Mrs .1 Weil, and
two children, S Pnlaski, O
W Hunsaker and children, J
Pedrizzen, H C Bale, W B Russell.
Nau F.KiM-isc" Mulieis.
San Francisco, Deo. 12.—Green
backs and silver unchanged.
Wheat continues stagnant; choice
iii illi ii l. $175; good shipping,
$1.71j@172t Barley, plenty and
dull; coast leed, 95e@$l 00; brew
ing, SI 15@1 25. Com, steady; large
yellow, $1.00; small, $1 05@1 07J.
Oats, weak; good to ohotc* teed,
SI 40(91 Bo i ci'inmnn, $I.loo@l 25
Have, bay, $1 25 H-iy, dull and
unchanged; $8 on@l4 00 Potatoes,
flrm; fomales, $1.20@1 37j; Pela
lumas, $1.16@1 35.
iS.nii.uer -HirlS" from Hi** Frrrj,
San Francisco, Dec. 12.—As
tbe Terry bnal wliiuli left Oakland
at 9:30 A. M. to-day was passing
Goat Island a well dressed man
about thirty years old, jumped
from the tioat and wan drowned,
though the life bnat was lowered
as soon as possible. The suicide
look off his coat in a deliberate
manner and pulled his silk hat
over his eyes before taking tbe fa
tal jump. No papers were found
In tbe coat.
San Francisco, Dec. 12.—Tho
inquiry Into examination question
matters was Continued last night.
The Investigation develops s<> much
bard lying that it Is almost impos
sible tn draw conclusions »s lo I lie
actual guilty paities. Miss Mary
Nagle, who has been prominently
men 1 mned throughout as a broker
of questions, was put. on the stand,
hut she showed such a pheiinminal
forijelfulness In answeiing ques
tins that molt could be learned
froi what she did not say
the. fiom any of her diieci
statements. Several witnesses cor
roborated the previtiiis lestininny
obtained regarding tlie complicity
of Edward Ewald in prm-tning
questions. The Boartl of E'ucu
tion Is likely very shortly lo make
a clean sweep of all em|ilo\is
of tbe Department Implicated in
the matter. The names of pretty
much all of those who have ob
tained certificates by Improper
means are known to the Board,
and vacancies will be numerous.
Sacramento. Dec. 12.—The Con
vention met at 8:80, Presldeut Hoge
In the chair.
Harrison called attention to the
fact that in the early part of the
session a resolution was adopted
that the Convention memorialize
Congress tn take action looking to
an abrogation of the Burl i n
game Treaty. This was referred
to the Committee on Chinese, and
there it still remains. Afier v
speech referring to the indifference
shown at I lie E ist on the Chinese
question, be closed with a resolu
tion directing the committee to re
port a memorial at their eurlest
Webster gave notice of amotion
for ohange in rules that delegrtes
shall only speak once on any one
question and confining them to fif
Karnes offered a resolution recit
ing that, whereas the luneral ex-
Senses of Delegates Strong and
[eniiy, amounting to $105, had
been ordered defrayed from the
Convention fund, and the Control
ler having refused to draw a war
rant for the sum, that an assess
ment of $4 40 be levied upon each
delegate to meet such expenses.
gjsMre presented a memorial In
Congress for adoption by the Con
vention, setting forth the evils of
Chinese Immigration. Referred lo
tbe Committee on Ghlnse.
The Convenlinn then went Into
Committee of the Whole on the
artlole ou Chinese.
Wlnans said that, unless relief he
bail on the Chinese question, indi
cations point to a sanguinary
Wyatt supported tbo recommen
dations of the Committee.
San Jose. Cel., Dec. 12 —An nc
oideut is reported from Ihe Guada
lupe mine. The cage fell down ihe
shaft ibis morning Several men
Hti«l.ir*a of llie < c ,y.
New York, Dec. 12 — Following
are tin-details of the buslnessof the
country as show n by the Clearing
House returns: Exchanges for the
week el'ling Nov. Sllili at Sun
Vrniiciscn, and Dec 7lh at till other
cities, show the following peict nt
age of gains and losses: Gains-
Philadelphia, .2; Chicago, .21; San
Francisco, 87; St. Lnul«, 14; Balti
more, 8 8; Milwaukee, 25 7; Indian
apnlls, 84. Losses—New York,
10.7; Philadelphia, S0; Cincinnati.
114; New Orleans, 22; Louisville.
7 8; Pinaburg,B 8; Pri videiii-e, 24 8;
New Haven, 8.4; Lowell, 80.6.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Keene is In the West, arid tho sud
den increase in exchangi I at Chi
cago end Milwaultee ale probably
iii part tokens i f his presence Iv
that legion. It la an encouraging
fact that, at last, Philadelphia,
after nearly two years of v continu
al cornparaiivu loss iv exchange,
begins to report gains. On the
other hand, transactions at New
York are over 10 7 per cent, behind
those of the first week of December,
1877, which were extraordinarily
11l- 11-tnl Blimey ftlru.
Chicago, Dec. 12 —The Hard-
Money l.engue of the Northwest
has decided to opeu an office iv
Washington to extend the work oi
the League to all the States, antl
allow each State a representation
on its Executive Committee.
An Interview with a prominent
rifnVisl In position lo know the
fscts was had to day by an Inter-
Ooean reporter, and Information
given that there Is a move tnwartl
tho consolidation of the Union and
Central Pacific. Ha i I roads, reported
In the tliepatclies heretofore,
npi filiations mi official Aitpoliii
New Yobk, Dec. 12.—1t Is again
asi-eried that A. L Snowden, Post
muster of Philadelphia, has been
offend the Diiectorslnp of the
United Slates Mint, but is waiting
until the pi i-on he desires to be his
successor is selected before accept
ing. This person is understood tohe
ex-Sheriff' Leeds, who is endorsed
by Senator Cameron, Governor
ehet Hnyt and other leatlL v Re
publicans, but it is said that Leeds
don't want the place. Snowilen
holds it until the complication is
Nut h Very 11 id tlllril r li N em>.
Omaha, Dec. 12 —The trial of
Jas. Q, Burke fur the murder of
Morris Weilil was concluded Ibis
morning by Ihe Jury teturning a
verdict of guilly of murder in I lie
second degree and recommending
that he be not sentenced tn tbe full
extent of the law. Bnrko is
a professional gambler and
in September last was olaying
pool wiih Welhl who dually owed
him a few dollars and refused to
settle. Burke abused Weilil and
then went nut to get a revolver
and, in fifteen minutes, found
Weilil, In v leather store ami shot
him in the region of the heart,
killing him Instantly. Burke
was this morning sentenced
to twelve years in the penitentiary.
The 1.-mt antl* Fenr.ua 10 he K■■
London, Dec. 12.—Edward
O'Kellcy, I lie lust Fenian prisoner
confined in Ireland, Is to be re
leased before Christines. His
friends aro entleavtiring to secure
him permission lo reside in Great
Ti» It-ioiir Hi* n»iiina;e a| Nnultt
Copenhagen, Dec. 12 —The
Government hus telegraphed the
Governor of SuntaCmz to grant
adinitiiit rat ive loans not exceeding
500,000 crowns for the purpose of
restoring sugar plantations de
stroyed during the insurrection,
Washington, Dec. 12.—Senate
—Auiithey culled up the Senate
bill authorizing ihe Public Printer
lo print papers and documents for
Senators, Representatives and del
egates iv Congress upon the pay
ment of Ihe cost and ten per cent,
Windom called up Ihe
Fori ificalion Appropriation hill.
The amendments of the committee
increasing I he approprial ion for ihe
armament nf sea-cn'i«t fortifications
from $125,000 to $250 000, and for
Ihe preservation and repair of for
tifications from $100,000 to $200,000
A brief discussion its to the order
nf business resulted in an agree
ment I liai a vote on Edmunds's bill
in regard to counting the electoral
vote be taken to-morrow.
House— Wood offered a resolu
tion directing inquiry into tho con
duct of Chief Supervisor of Elec
tions Davenport at the last elec
tion In New York. Consideration
of tho resolution wus post
poned until tomorrow. Tbe
allegation is that Davenport was
guilty of an illegal, uijust and
npprossive exerolse of pretended
authority in causing the arrest, de
tention anil Imprisonment, of citi
zens innocent of offense, hy which
he deprived them of the right
to Vote nuri subjected them
tn Indignity and insult.
The intimidation was without war
rant ot law or justification. The
arrests have been declared illegal
by United Slates Judges.
A resulution was adopted declar
ing a recess Iroin December 20th In
I lie r m.,-11 lv M hhihiJiuaol IS.
Springfield. Mass., Dec. 12 —
The breaking of dams at Ashfleld,
Conway and North Hatfield causes
the destruction of a number of
mills and bridges aud serious dam
age to highways.
A lliiudreil I 'linns ami l»i,nnr Bob
St. John, N. 8., Dec. 12.—The
office of Tumbnll & Co., Waul
Btrect, lias been robbed of bonds,
slnoks, certificates and other prop
erty, aggregating in value over
$100,000. The time of the robbery
aud tbe thieves are unknown.
■Sis* suihlis -, ■» - s.i <--. Hoe-wed.
St. Phtersburo, Dec. 12.—A
Timat Berlin ctirrespondent Suys
the confidential communication
from Germany, which Botirke,
Under Foreign Secretary, recently
Informed the British House of
Commons was rec»iveil inSepiem
ber, wus a proposal that England
should assume a protectorate over
Constantinople and oocupy certain
neighboring positions as the price
lor permitting the unification of
Bulgaria and Rnnmelln. The cor
respondent as-erls that negotia
tions on the subject still continue.
A seini-ofHcial statement publish
ed here asserts that the reconstruc
tion nf the Turkish ministry is an
indication of favorable progress in
negntlal urns lor a definitive treaty.
Russia only de»irea full anil com
plete peace in conformity with the
treaty of Berlin.
LOS ANGELES. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13. LB7B
a ,iii„i<,ieriHi Oriole in limy.
Rome, Deo 12 — The Chamber "f
Deputies, by a vole of 257 lo 185,
rijecled an order of tin- day t x
pressing confidence in the ability
nf the Government lo maintain
order and liberty. The Capitate
asserts that the Mini-irv will a-k
the King to dissolve Parliament,
Tills, however, is contradicted in
Madrid, Dee. 12— The Premier,
Cauovas del Castillo, reylmg tn
the energetic proitst of B st|Ue
deputies, tteolared Mint, the state of
siege wilt be maintained In
the Basque piovhoes as
long as the agitation for
Ftieros continues, and that the law
abolishing Fueros will he earned
outlo the utmost, despite the re
sistance. This declaration caused
a merbed seusatluu In political'
I>ein»aitlla»ff Hit \<:m re ... fiIISSM
CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 12.—The
American Consul has oade three
applications for the release of
Rimer. He was iuformed that
Homer wus a party lo a conspiracy
in Syria in 1868, but, as his arrest
was contrary lo ireaiy obligations,
the Viceroy ordered Roltier lo be
delivered to ihe Consul lor tral.
The Minister of Police requested
the remanding of the prisoner lllilil
tti-day. The Consul protested, and
will apply again to-day for tbe cus
tody of R uner.
'I'lirhfNl, Items New-.
Constantinople, Dec. 12 —Tho
new Budget shows Mint Ihe revenue
of the Empire Is lOOuO.OOO Turkish
The Russians have decided to
leave 60 ono men in Bulgaria, and
concentrate all troops eX-epi
that number at Adrhiueplo until a
delinalive treaty l-coiitdiuieil. The
British A mbassadnr cmil rail ids Un
report hat ho is negotiating au ad
ditional treaty with Turkey.
A. BKTJSJSON. O. WILE? WELLS.
Bruiison & Wells.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Wo have conn otlons os'abllshed at,
Washington with Hon, Mutt Carpenter,
by whica -v., are enabled to yive spea.al
a tO'itloii to ca-ies In the -supreme Court
of the United stales and all matters be
fore the hepartm-n s at Wailuugion. oM
JOHN C. MOKUAN^
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office wlih J. B. Eastman, Stro'liz
Bin k. stpi ing sireet. mi.
/.E. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD.
Howard, Brossean & Howard,
ATTORNEYS AND COaNHKLLORK
AT LAW. R nms, 66, tl7 ami 68 Tem
ple Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
J. A. UKAViiS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
JyStf BAKKTt RtOPK.
S. C. HUGBrtL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Risims 8 and 1
Duaommuns Block, corner M;rln A
Commercial streets, Los .-vutreies. may7-tf
A.OI.ASSKI.I., a. U. SMITH
A. S. CHAPMAN, H. H. SMITH
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS.
IPFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK iip-stnlis. In-
Vngeles. California. *»e2-ti—9
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTORNE V AT LAW.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, Los
Ange es. iiii-lm
Office and Residence-No. 15FRANKLIN
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
L'li ysst<"lnn nii<l Purgcon
Itosldenee, Fort Hill, | Office, No. lBDow-
Bueni Vista street. I neyßlock,upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
KOOMB 0A 11, r.ANFRANfO BLOCK.
Residence Downey Avenue, Knsl
Lns Angeles, near the cud of street rail*
Ottlce hours from 111 to 12 A. M.: from 1 to
I p. M. ap'Al tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to No. 82 MAIN
CTHBHT, over Doner A Bradley's rural
Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 lo 0 and 8
o 0. Residenoo—liuena Vtsla aireeu
CO'tNS. BUNIONS, INOR'IWINO
nuil-i and all feet discuses, trea cd
ny A. LABOSOhI, Chiropodist, CO her of
Kirstanil M iln sireals. n26
11. DEWELL. T. 11. REYNOLDS.
FREIGHT and TRANSFER Co.
DEWELL & REYNOLDS.
Nos. 103 and 107 MAIN STUELT.
All kinds of HAULING, MOVING
FURNI I'll RK, PI A IS 04, HAFES, oto , OO
GEORQB PRIDFT AM.
Tho Regular Examination of
Will take place In McDonald Block,
(rooms formcr'y ocoupled by Arnold's
Business College), this - lty, lltb Uth
ana lith of iieodiuber, 1878 The sessions
Will be'in promptly ut 0 A. H. each day.
P. McDON \I.D,
County School .superintendent.
Los An, ole-. Nov. iota nl7td
lie tho f.ake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, the best Orange and Muml-
Tropical Kruh Land In the Stat". Watoi
rlsni goes with me land Apply to ihe
office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High St.
saSltU F. W. WOOD. Secratary.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. '
GRAND ADIEU SALE
IXL AUCTION CO.
"Fare thee well, Los Angeles."
"Fare thee well, California."
Telegraphic Dispatch to THEODORE MELLIS, Manager of the IXL Auction Co.:
"Close Los Angeles IXL immediately. Sell regardless
In accordance with above instructions, A FAREWELL SLAUGHTER in DRY
GOODS, MEN' 3 nnd BOYS' CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES—AN ADIEU CRUSH
in prices of EVERY ARTICLE now on hand at the IXL—will be inaugurated THIS
I, THEODORE MELLIS, hereby personally guarantee to carry out this programme; so,
therefore, I have marked down the goods AT COST and many things BELOW COST.
This last price list of ours will convince yon to your satisfaction.
1« I FOR THE LAST TIME:
150 pieces of Latest Styles Dress Goods we have reduced from 25 to 12icte. per yard
202 pieces of Latest Styles Dress Goods we have reduued from 87$ ti _ 16} cts. per yard
820 pieces of Fienoh Percales we have reduced from 25 to 8 cts. per yard
45H pieces of Fancy Colored Piques we have rednoed from 30 111 , -15 cts. per yard
240 pieces of Scotch Plaids we buve reduced from 65 to 25 cts. per yard
3111 pieces of Camel's hair Cloth we have reduced from 50 to 2 'Jets. per yard
150 pieces of Snowfl ike Dre-s G nds we h»ve reduced from 37} t" 12 cts. per yard
The balanc- of our SHAWLS, BLACK GOOD 3 antl SILK VELVETS ai ONIS HALF the former prices.
The Last Price List of Our Clothing Department
Has been reduced so low that people hardly can believe it:
We have to olose out 957 Diagonal Pulls ats6oo; former price, $14.00
We have to close out 783 Mission Wool Suite at 8 50; former price, 16 50
We have lo close out 840 Scotch Plaid All wool tjuits at 12 00; former prioe, 20.00
We have to close out 873 Black P.eaver Suits at 15.00; former price, 28 00
We have to close out 600 dozen White Linen Bosom Shirts atoOcts; former price, 150
We have lo close out 1000 dozen Overalls at 45cts; former price, 75cts.
We have to close out 007 dozen Heavy Undershirts aud Drawers at3scts; former price, 65cts.
I he Very Last Price List of Our Boot and Shoe Department
Is very astonishing and will please you all.
4001) pairs of Ladies' Congress Gaiters, hand-sewed at $1.25; real value, $2 75
8755 pairs nf Ladies' Balmoral Shoes, kid fox at 1 Oil; real value, 200
3975 pairs of Ladies' Kid Oxford Ilea at 1.25; real value, 250
12110 pairs nf L'tlies' Burl's French Kid Kutton-d rthoas at 2.76; real value, 800
432n pairs of Misses' Calf Shoes ~at 1 00; real value, 1.75
53 i 9 purs of Mis-es' Pebble Goal Snoes at 1 V 5; real value, 2.26
27 0 pairs of Misses,' Side Lac Siloes at 75; real value, 200
657'! pairs of Men's Congress Gaiters at 2 OOi real value, 375
4540 pairs nf Men's Buckle Gaiters at 2.00; real value, 425
■Mm) pairs nf Men's Bouts ot 1 75; real value, 350
3333 pairs of Men's French G ove Kid Low Shoes ot 2 25; real value, 4.50
This is positively your LAST CH&.XCE AT THR IXL AUCTION COMPANY, No. 9 Commercial street.
There is a very good opportunity for Heiel Keepers end Boarding Houses, as we have a big line of BLAN
KETS, tthlch we are selling at $1.50 a pair, worih $3 50, and other DOMESTICS accordingly.
GOING! GOING! GOING! GOING! GONE FOREVER! Only THREE WEEKS MORE will the
XL be in Los Angeles, 1)80 lm
THE NEW CASH STORE,
Cor. Main & Temple Sts., Downey Block,
OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS! All New! No Old Goods! Good Line of MEN'S
FURNISHING GOODS! New Style CLOAKS and DRESS GOODS!
Ladies and Qeutlemen cordially Invited to call aud examine gojoda and prices. Hope to merit a liberal
pai i image. Very Respectfully,
Lo=l ANGELES. 0ct.28.1f78. e26-il.t-w-.lm B. Fa COULTER.
L ,N0 FOR SALE.
A QOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR SECUR
ING A HuME.
SOOO \CRERof Good Land for sal"
111 h>IB-lo l-Ul' pMj'rh.is.r- . millh of i lie
As iNH RaiK-bo, Los Angelas oounty, ad-
J loins; county mad to Man B rnardltm,
Knr parilcnlais appli to Pedro Ba-'llla,
nt t.><«* • ihrjv itHnclio. or tn Key P. M,
Kudl'la, tit the Bishop's reside n ,w> Lo.i
Aiikul- h. (18-lm
FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES
This Dryer, patented August, 7ih, 1877,
avoids in my oi'lectlons (ntvnd in other
dryers. It Is rnpld in its worK, very eco
nomical, diles UliTerent nrtlcl.es at ihe
sum" time, will not damage ftuiit by
overheating and ladies can
manage it. Has ulwuya given
FROM 876 TO 8600.
For circulars or Information, addrosa
GEO. H. PECK, Ageut,
a2B r 1 Monte, Cal.
W« have opened a res fan rant uu'W
the abive name in 'ha new BANGUI
NKTI* I KL>< K. M"ln street. Wetthall
have ail the de'ioaele* of the season on
hand, strope > day and night.
da-Am JOUN.BUAOXOH A CO.
The Steams Ranchos,
AM ui;n |«Mim, m mteo,
949 Mark«t San Frnmfa.ro, Cal;
4J/ * / W U \ ACKES OF LAI ID FOB
Ol J.VJL/VJ suit;, in lot* to scit, sult
aole for the culture of Oranges, lemons,
imeu.KlKA, Almonds, Walnuts, roaches,
.pplea, fears. Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, llarley,
■ lax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., anel also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able for Dairying.
Good water Is abundant at M| avenge
depth of six feet from the surface. Od »l
mostevery acre of this land I'lowiNi.
AKXKHJAN WELUS can be obtained, and
tbe dio» elevated portions can be irri
gated by ( be water oft b© Santa Ana river.
Most of ibese lands are naturally raolsi
requiring only good cultivation to product
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance la
one, two and three years, with lo per oeoi
I will take pleasure tn showing these
lands to parting Neeklng land, who aro
Invited to come and nee this extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhrere.
WH. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Anaheim, Los Angolas county, Dec. _t.
ALAMEDA ST., LOR ANGELES, CAL
The merchants and farmers of Los An
geles county are respectfully info-med
that mv warehouse is entire! v completed
and I am now fully prepared for the le
ceivlog and delivery of grain, honey,
wool and o bet- merchandise. Th*> wnro
liouso i-strictly fireproof, being built of
brick, wlih tin roof and flo >r.
Advances on merchandise stored with
me c»n be obtained from aov of the
banks of this cltv on my waieimuso re
ceipt. A general storage buslreim trans- ;
acert Your patronage fct respeetioily !
solicited. K. NAUD, ■.
n2(KfJB *£3 Proprietor.
JUOSON, GILLETTE A GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
Rooms 13 aud 14. McDonald Block,
Mala St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
VT. M. J, BROOKS. GICORQEJ. CLARKE.
w. 11. 11. bussell, A try at Lair.
BROOKS, CLARKE & RUSSELL,
Searchers of Records and
Examiners of Titles.
aw ALLEN'S BUIDISQ, oorner Spring
and Temple strata.
W. M. WILLIAJI3. F. THOMPSON.
W. M. WILLIAMS & Co.,
General Forwarding, Storage and
WAREHOUSE—Sao Pedro at. depot.
OFFICK-Nos. 1 and S, Downey Block,
with Thompson A Ellis.
N. R.-WO are prepared lo mat"- it sr.
al loans on grain stored v'th ns at t»r* >
PKIt CENT, per mun'l . . ~'•
KrJXOT A X...
Mr. PAOII PON.SIO Jl .-as uottce to
his fiieiiils aud pnirvisti liia* >■.. !.. re
moveo bli studio to Hie ier'.danct of .d r,
* . t.'-iront 1. oi. Al.meils elre*' ' I Oi
tlimlet at Belnserr,an i ***>
: .tor* will rscilvt prorAptai
I,TNES OF TRAVEL.
GOODALL. PERKINS 4 CO., AGENTS,
San Francisco and Los
Angeles Express Line.
Coming SnutU Quins North,
SS jl ?! if
»TSiMun a» 3 * o»
• a 3 ■ p op
° a r ■ ST a »
Pa os o a
Anoon Voy.il Nov. 28 Noy. to Deo. J
Omaha.... L>fc 1 Deo. 8 Deo. 6 '• 7
Ancon " 6 " 8 " IU " 12
Orizaba.... " 11 " 18 " 16 " H
Anoon •' 18 " lh " '.0 " ii
Orlsaba... " 21 " KB " 85 " 27
Ancon •' » " He " 80 Jan. I
uilaalia.- | " 8 Jan. II Jan. < " 6
Both steamships call at Port Hartord
(SanLulsoblspo)and santa Barbara; ai«o.
on down trip, at Auanelm Landing tor
ovl'asseuger* for Ran Francis o take
Ui-i truhi loi Wilmington tbat leaves
Los Angelas at So'ulock P. M., Los Ange
Los Ang*»les and SanDiegc
Anon and Orizaba
Leave San Pedro for Ban Diego Noy. 38,
Dec. 8,8, 13, 18, 28,28, and Jan. 2.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles f»r Wilmington at 10.60 A. tfaj
Los Angelas time.
Rates of Faro from Los Angeles.
(Payable In Gold.)
To Shu Franoisoo 816 0U SIO 00
l o Poet Harford _ 12 00 9 00
To Santa Harbara 8 00 8 110
to Han Diego 8 OU « 0?
Plans or steamers' cabins at asjent'soince,
wn.re berths may be scoured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
Tbe steamer Los Annates leaves San
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Francisco every Saturday, calling at
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
for San Diego and way ports about avery
ten days, carrying stock, oombustlbles.
For Passage or Freight as a bove, or
for tiokets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Apply to h. McLELLAN, Local
Agent, Office, No. 66J Main street,
over the Commercial Bank, Los
Sa Pi Re R •
COMMENCING Not. 7, 1878,
And until farther notice,
TRAINS and BOATS
Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows:
9, On A. M.-DAILY—Via L. A.4 L K
iOU v. — Local I'assenger Traill to
Santa Monica. (ArrlvuaSilO a. at.)
W,OC A. M. —DAILY—Local passenger
>Ou train to Wilmington.
(Arrives at 8:10 A. at.)
•in.OC A. M.—DAILY— flan Francisco
IU.tSD through Freight and Third
1.1,1.1 Accommodation tialn
(Arrives at 11:96 A. X.)
« «p p. M.—DAILY—San Francison Ex
-1.10 press train, connecting at Lal.hmp
wita the Atlantic lixoress train ol the
Central Pacific Kallroud.
(Arrives 1:63 p. M.)
2 .0 X Pi M -DAlLY—ArlaonaEipress,
• afO connecting at Yuma with dally
si...at-* for Pr-soot, and cast; also
with Colorado lliver etaamer*.
(An Ives It: 13 A. sr.)
3 .0n Pi M_ DAILY-Local Passenger
,0J train to Wilmington.
(Arrive* 2:50 P. nr.)
Nottee.-On and a'terisunday Nov. toth,
1878. until Inrtlie - notice, on ctaya oi sail
ing of P C. s. S Co.'s steamers from WJI
mlngton for San Fianclson. the nrtemoon
■ r iln to Wilmington will Itave Iyu An
geles at 3:43 o'olock. Instead of 3 30.
/.Aft P. M.—DAILY—LocaI ras.enger
4.UU truln lo Kama Ana, connecting
v. i: i. snwes lor san Diego.
(Arrives 8:30 A. M.)
4 On P .at.— Sundays Excepted—Via
IZU L. A * I. K. R.-Looul P.tsseu
aei train to Santa Monica.
' ( Arrives B:2ft p. at.
Notice.—On Snnilays this ttaln will
leave Santa Mnnie-i at l:.ur. H. nnd Los
Angeles at 5. lap. M.
TICIiET OFFICES i
No. 1 SPRING ST., Telegraph Office;
I Commercial St. It. K. Depot;
| DEPOT OFFICE S. P. R. R.
A. N. TOWNS,
T. H. GOODMAN,
Oanoral l asssnger and Ticket Ag'L
E. E HEWITT.
A'Sistant Stlt.erlnlondent. Los Angeles.
i Montana Meat Market.
FBCSLING ER Sc FRANK, ' V *XS
The best and tend <•! v v e.Wssy "
Inthcmarket Noni ' n ~ .sT>
, P> I nest Boot
* -i. i. t n.-und. No
, , Mist Market. ■
I f'l.ai. brf Ar.aßl.v:
■ ■ ■ ■ ■■
si IjasAsirles ledg.Ka.ss.l',
* A. M — Tin- slated meetings
V y of this Lodge are held on tbe
/^ a 4'\ flrst MONDAY ofeacb luont i at
' ▼ \ j.jh) r „ Memberbol Penlai
ph». No. 202, and all Master Masons it,
good standing are cor Holly Invited.
Byorderof the W:- Ml-
Crab. Smith. Secretary.
Lit Angeles Chssfer No. 33, ft: - a:
t Stated convocations oo Rti
MONDAI of eaoh month.
7% p. a. at Masonic Hall.
Sojourning « ai|i.mom> lo
good standing cordially In
vited. By order or ■
P. C. FOY, H. T
LOS Angelas Council No. It, Roysnins
Soloel Matters, F. ft A. St..
Holds Its slated assemblies on the tlh
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall,
at7:Bo p.m. Sojourning Companions Is
good standing are fraternally Invited to
attend. By order or the Th;. ll]-.
H. Q. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder.
l&&4krCnur Do Lion Commands™ No
9, k;. t;.
Holds Its stated conclaves at the Aay.
lum In Maaonlc rlall, on tbe th>'i
THURSDAY of ea-h month, at 7>4 o'clock
P. at. Sojourning Knights Templar In
good atandlng arecordiully Invited to at
tend. By order or th*
J. C. Littlrfi eld. Recorder.
Los An steles Lodge Ho. 53,1.0. O.V.
.asSgSaaa. Regular meeting held on
H ■WEDNMUV EVENING Ol
•wjasssesssPoaeri week at 1% o'clock. So-
lourning brethren in good
standing aro cordial !y I n vlted.
A _ „ „ J. W. BARD, N. C
A. Frank. R. R.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 81,1.0.
REGULAR MEETINGS held
9 Ken the Second v.nd Fourth
nf each month at
. ■ . 7K p. at. Sojourning Petri,
arena In good .tand in. are cordially in vl
ted to attend.
„ oc. Lira, p. r
B. Marxspn, Scribe.
Knights of Pytnias.
*&iy OLIVE LODCE, No- aa.
VsKJ/ meets every Tbnr.-aey ovi nlng.at
7 o'clock, al the Castle - Hall.
Downey Block. All sojourning Knights
m good standing are -••nllnlh Invited.
LA. DUNSHO'OR.C. C.
C. E. Milks, K. ol It. s.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
A REGULAR MEETINGS 61
this Company will take place
on the first Wednesday eve
ning of each month, at
o'clock. By order,
W. 8. MOORE. Secretary
COR. SPRING & MARKET STS..
W. H. Northcraft, Auctioneer.
eaj-Rceular Sale Days for Ho-sos, Car
riages anil Furniture, SAIUKD..Y and
Will sell at houses and stores, and all
property enttusied lo ray care and war
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
Of Los Angeles City and County.
First State, County and City License
taken out l ct. Ist, 1409, and kept np
uninterrupted to the present dale.
EI. W. ISTOYES,
With J. G. DeTnrk.No. I MARKET ST.
two doors above Wells, Fargo A
Regular Sale Das a for horses, car
riage!., furniture, ere, Wtdnerdtys and
Saturday a riutn 10 o'clock a. w. to 4
o'clock p. at. Cash advances xmde ou
consignments. Cash | aid lor all k.nua
of goods,wares and merchandise. Charges
on tbe ' live and let let live" bast*.
N. K.-JNn real estate sold except by
auction. Charges on teal estuic sales
one per cent.
E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer,
And General Business Manager for J. G.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Stock of Auction Goods
IN THE CITY.
EC. !R/. BEOWN,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Two doors east of old stand, on Couri St
Mon h ol Court House.
••"Regular Sales on Salunlays. from 8r
A. M. till 4p. at. Special sales mad,- nl
any time or plaoa. Cash paid lor ail
kinds ol gooda.
Reference, by permlrslen : It. E. r> » dp.
President Bank ol Viaalla; K. a Mnetnce,
Cashier Comuerclsl Hank, '. A.
si2ir H. R. BlioWN, Aitcttei eer,
SIR ASTLEY COUI'EK'S
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Decline of rhysical Force
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
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quantity lor 110. Sent lo aay ad ureas ««.
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Address all letter, lo
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(Graduate of the University n | Pet nsvi
vanla and ate Resident surgeon to ijfl
Ovtboptsdic Ho-pttal of I'M..
i "°- 7"* Montfomary St., San Fvsnolsci
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