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„t,liHiii.ii «ye,, morning sxeept lion* .lay, BY ,|QSM IMI I>■ LYNCH. reams FOR DAILY HERALD: f r annum, by mall or express 810 * \ months " " ; V iree months " 3 l> illrersd by carriers, per week 2o cents )S ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD i-iinbllsVier! every Saturda- niornins TERMS. j ear.tiv mall or e>:prf'Hs,oneeo|iy..*3'"t < months, " •' " " •• ' 3 tiree " " * vdvartlsanieat* Inserted at reasonable r Ml HiniK ol lob-Work clout to • miiete wlt.ll Sun Fruiiclseo 111 l-rlee.Htrle, mid Bl|»»M »l Work. iili,ilMhl|i. LAWYERS. JOHN C. MORGAN, ATTORNEY AT L.A.W. tßlTtf SANTA NiONICA. V. 11. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARII. J. BRUS-EAU. Howard, Brossoau & Howard, VITOBNKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. R amis, 00,117 and OS Tem i le lllock, third floor, Los Angeles. lebStf HENRY T. HAZARD, \ TTOl! J> BY AT JL, A.W (COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, G. A. ' iioiiiuson, Manager. OFFICE — It oms 8 and 11 Downey Hlnest, lasl-tf S. C. HUBBELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 imil 4 Ducnminuns Block, oorner Main d Commercial streets. Los Angeles. ma*7-tl A. UI.ASHKI.I., O. IT. SMITH \ 11. CHAPMAN, U.M.SMITH uLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, AT LAW, OFFICII—TEMPLEBLOCK un-stnlrs, Ij>s wgeles, California. oc2-tf—3 F. P. Ramirez, ATTOIINK if A.T LAW. OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, I ns Ange es. BSSSJ lm W. H. ll.llusscll, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL LOR AT LAW. er**Koonis 2 nnd 3. Allen's Building, c irner ol spring and Temple St". nlUtf Bi^MaswßmsssmsMsssasaessas^sMmjsaissjisin PHYSICIANS. OR. W. W. ROSS, - I'll yarioltin mitl fsi tii'ts eon OFFICE—CARDONA BLOCK, Reams 17 and 18. Residence-Corner or Fifth anil it 111 streets. my36-lm Dr. Kirkpatrick. I fllre tied Residence-No. 1.1 FRANKLIN STREET, fe2B-lin Or. N. P. RICHARDSON, I'liysiieinii i".n<l fc-*>lgffjreon Residence, Fort Hill, | Office, No. 19 Dow ISuenii Vislu street. I ueylllock.up stairs. J. HANNON, M. D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN. lIOOMStdI 11, LAN FRANCO BLOCK. V llesldeuee Downey Avenue, Eiist Los Angeles, near the end of ■treat rail* v* ay, OlnVo hours from it) to 12 a. kf.| from 1 to 1 p. m. r.p2U tf Dr. N. S. Ciberson, JPlij'wloinn and Wnrsjeon Office and ResUlenoe—lBBSPßlNG sr., helow Turnvurein Hull, l.os Angeles. aplU-tf DR. L. McUUIRE, I'll > -.icinii :tnll Bnz*ooosa OFFICE—Rooms No. II and 7, La 11 fi an co Block, Main street. Residence—-lit Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. omce Boats— Fjoiu 9 to 12 a. at. nnd 9 to 6 and 7l o 0 p. H. Uld2lf Dr. Joseph Kurtz Has removed his office lo No. 82 MAIN STREET, over Dotter & Bradley's Furni ture store. „ Office Hours—From 10 lo 19, 4 to 0 nnd 8 to 11. Residence—bueiiu Vista street. uiyltf .1. Hechtinger, 31. D., (OF VIENNA,) r)HYS!CI\N TO THE ITALIAN IN depeiideot and Frenoh M. 11. Socie ties. Oculistot the French Hospital in Sun Francisen. All chronic obstinate cases and operations 011 the eyes ultchd od to, OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramento streel, corner of Kearny. Residence—SE. cor ner Musou aud Fuel tic streets, San Fran clsoo. 00l ly Dr. Chin Quong Zin, CHINESE DOCTOR. OFFICE—Comer Los Angeles aud Ar cadlii streets. OdS'llures all kinds of diseases. Office hours from U to 12 A. M. and from 2 to 5 una 7 to 9 p. m. npaoir lIXJGIIKS' Russian and Electric Baths, .SIGNOItET'S BUILDING, opposite Merced Theuter. R. HUGHES, In relenting thanks to the public lor their liberal patronage, can with confidence recommend his As the great PURIFIER end EQUAL IZER of the human body, enabling tho system to throw off Its impurities and giving to the lungs one-sixth more Inspi ration of air than can be obtained by breathing, hy opening the pores ot the skin and giving full play to the I nsensl bte respiration so acoessery lo physical health. avA male constantly 011 hand to wait on ladles. Open from 8 A. M. to 7 p. si. s23lf rj» s f) a day id borne. Agents wanted. <S>l_<a Outfit and terms freo. TRUE* CO., Augusta, Maine. marWilAwlv Daily Los Angeles Herald. Morning Telegrams. fllftNeiiaerN UlllllK Moill 11. Mo.tAVE, May 28.—Mrs Rusuro I niuojoser, Mraß J Veddernndson, j L I. Bromel, Mrs 0 M Jackson, Mrs W H Wells, ilaugliter am! son, J McFaddon, H Burretl, E E Chll som, D McEwi n. intaMsUi Mini. San Francisco, May 28 — Wil- Itam E. Sturgli was accidentally aud fulally shot liy Ur. Davlil li. Todd about nine o'clock lust evening at tho office of the latter od Railroad Avenue, South Hun Fran cisco. A revolver belonging to Sturgla had been mislaid und Ur. j Todd succeeded yesterday in recov lering It. Last evening, while ! conversing Willi Stuigeas ho told bin) be hud the revolver, and, at the same time, drew it from his pocket, and, by way of a joke, and not knowing that it was loaded, pointed It at him. Hturgis' laugh* ' ing said, "Fire." At the same mi i slant the revolver was discharged, the ball entering Kturgis' face ou I one side and coining out through the temple ou the other. Officer Rosekump, hearing the shot, liust enul to the spot, and, as he enter ed the office, Dr. Todd ssiid lo him, "My God, I'vo shot my best friend." Sturgiss lived about twelve minutes after the shot was flred, Dr. Todd immediately guve himself up loOlllcer Hosekumpund proceeded with him to the l.'iiy Prison, where he whs locked up. Mr.Slurgls was about 20 years of age and was form erly employed as clerk in Edward's drugstore ou Kearney street, but for the past few months he has been out ol employment nnd has 1 lived with Ur. Ford, by whom he has been supported. Tho most friendly relations existed between the parties. Dlaom Volt**, tor I-c.r. o.l.uti. DIXON, May 28.—An election was held here yesterday on the question oi incorporation Municipal officers were elected at Ihe same time. The Workingmen'* ticket for Trustees had no opposition. B. Barnes, In dependent candidate for Marshal, was elected over the Workingmen'a candidate by nine majority. The majority for Incorporation was twenty-nine. . < etsflrs*a*i«M*N!, Washington, May 28th.—Sen ate— Hamlin reported a bill pro viding for the payment of the award made by Ihe Fishery Com mission at Halifax under freuly of Washington. Placed on the calen dar. Hamlin also reported from the name Committee v long written re pori lo accompai y the bill; also ti omieurrent resolution dint ■ he: views niul recotnme Dilations em- j braced In Hie report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relation* touching the award made by die Fialiery Commission at Halifax are hereby approved. The report <>f the Committee of Foreign Rela tion!, above referred to, in conclu sion says: "And your Committee further recommend that tlie Exec utive Department of ihe United Stales should be author!led to pay the award, if after corres pondence, with the Oovernnieut of (Ireat Britain, the President ■ball, without furtber communica tion with Congress, deem that such payment shall be demanded by the honor uml good faith of the natiou, and if, in pursuance of that conclu sion, tbe award shull be paid, Ihe President sliall, us soon as may ho thereafter, l;iy bin correspondence with the British Government rela ting thereto before Congress." Morrill reported favorably on the Mouse bill, to authorize the Secre tary of the Treasury to constitute superintendents of mints or assayers in assay offices assistunt treasurers of the United States, without ad ditional compensation, lo receive gold coin. ' House—Spelley reported back from tbe Committee on Hoads and Canals Ihe Senate bill for the con struction of a railroad from Bis marck to tlie Uliick Hills, but on reading the bill it appeared it makes a grunt of laud for railroad stations which made it liable to a point of order, that it must first be considered in Committee of Whole, and that point being mude, the bill was uot drawn on motion of Wood. Tlie Semite amendments to the House bill for the free entry of ar ticles imported for exhibition by societies established for the encour agement of arts and sciences, were concurred in, and tile bill passed. C'onarrssioiiHi PreeewiiMee, Washington, May 28.—At tho conclusion of the morning hour consideration was resumed of the House bill to forbid further retire ment of United Slates legal tecder notes. Bayard submitted an amendment i to the clause providing for tlie re-1 issue of said notes redeemed or re-! ceived into the Treasury under any i law, as follows: "Provided that said notes, w hen so reissued, shall be receivable for all dues to the United States, except ing duties on Imports, and not bo otherwise legal louder, and any re print of said notes shall bear this superscription." The bill for holding nn election for representatives in California lo tlie l'orty-sixth Congress on the first Wednesday in September, 1871), was passed. The House then voted on the amendments to the Army Appro priation bill. All items which had been increased nn a basis of an army force of 25,000 men, were re stored to the original amounts on a busis of 20,000, by a vote of 130 yeas to 1113 nays. An amendment was adopted in Committee of the Whole transfer ring the Indian Bureau from tho Interior to the War Department. Agreed to. Amendments to (he army bill for I the transfer of the Indian Bureau |to the War Department, and pro hibiting the use of troops for civil purposes unless especially author ized by Act of Congress were agreed to iv the House aud the bill passed. LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY VIORNING, MAY 29. 1878. Ilic Kl'» Urn...la I'roiibli'N. New Orleans, May 28.—The Galveston News hus a special which says that New Laredo is threatened by three parties of Lerdolsts, num bering BUO men, under Gens. Gat cia, Ayalla uud Cols. Cristo und Martiutz. Their advance is vow within ten miles ofthe town. The Mexican customs authorities have escaped with their books nnd records. The commander despairs of holding the place unless rein forced. Gen. Ayalla made v formal demand for the place this morning. Three American merchants aro 111 jail for refusing to Contribute to the defense of the town. ituM«if,u oiHio'rN Keatterlu*;. Ellsworth, Me., May 28.—A tellgram from Southwest Harbor says that Capt. Lomuti, comman der of the Russian navy, nnd eight Russian officers, left yesterday. A paymaster and two other offiOSN and eleven sailors leave Thursday for Philadelphia. The paymaster will return. Stl(i|l|inse ol Colluii Sfl-is. Fall Rivek, Mass., May 23th.— By the stoppage of the Troy, Staf ford, Flint, Chiice. Robeson, Wetti moe, the two Tecumseh and two Wain paining mills, besides the Bor der City, Sagamon nud Union there are nearly 12,(100of 30,000 looms idle tliis week. Oilier mills will shut down this week. Some are run ning on contracts and cannot stop at present. By tho stoppage of these mills some 4,ooooperatives are thrown out of employment. Heatry Word needier far Citlir„rnli» New York, May 28.—Henry Ward Beeeher leaves for San Fran- Cisco June loth for the purpose of lecturing through tbe Stute. He is accompanied by his wife, ■■amy Time 10 n.e iinurid tone.. Madrid, May 27.—There was a stormy debate in the Cortes Satur day In regard to the troubles at Barcelona. It seems that the agi tation grew out of tlie resistance of the people lo Ihe municipal tax on gas. The Minister of the Interior supports the municipal authorities anil the agitation is increasing. Tho opposition iv the Cortes at tach the Government's policy. The President of the Chamber closed ils silting amidst great uproar be fore the Opposition hail au oppor tunity to be heard. Opposition members decline Unit they will ab stain from further attendance un less the debate is renewed. Wain, n rroieciornte Bslakdlelted, London, May 28.—The Times has begun to urge the establish ment of a British protectorate over Turkey in Asia. >'> Ckastve !■• Hie Mrrltie Dlairsete. London, May 28. — There litis been no change in tlie state of af fairs In the strike district of Lan cashire. Masters and operatives continue obstinate, and there is 110 prospect of an immediate compro mise. 1»,|..«e eaneebaltrff Oeavnleeetit, St. Petersburg, May 28th.— Prince tiortschakolF has so far re covered from his illness us to be able to leave his bed. Kusleri. H i.i Notes. St. Petersburg, May 28.—The Shah of Persia will go to Warsaw to-morrow and proceed thence to Berlin. The Agcnce Husse says the gen eral impression is that the prospect is favorable for peace. The Austrian occupation of tlie Island of Odakaleh has received the sanction of the Powers, because it lends to obviate the difficulties touching the navigation of the Danube. MISCELLANEOUS. Notice of Removal, Monday or Tuesday Next I WILL P.KMOVK MY BOOT AND SHOE STORE From 101 Main street, To No. 28 Central Block, Spring Street- I shall beKlml lo welcome my custom er!, nt m.\ new i f uitrters. a. s. McDonald. fc2l tf NOTICE. Persons who desire to become conver sant, with photography will he instructed jln the art by mo upon an expeditious method and at moderate rates. SECOND-HAND OUTFITS FOR SALE. AT $100, $200 AND UP TO SIOOO. These nre decided bargains, and the purchasers arc certain of large profits. V. WOLFENSTEIN, 1 ap.Stf Wellensleln's Art Gallery. NOTICE. All persons having claims against tho late firm or B. l>, WILSON A CO. are hereby notllled and requested to present the same at once to the undersigned, at his residence, at San Marino, Los Ange les county; and all persons indebted to said tirm are hereby notified and request ed to settle their accounts without delay. Dated April 17th, 1878. aplStl J. DE UARTH BHORfi. Per T. * K. NOTICE." Having hoc:, appointed Oeneral Agent for l he I Mutual Aid Association of S< uthern California, my office will hereafter he wl( h K. Oermaiit A Co. Tho advantages of t he Mutual Aid Associa tion ns v protective society cannot be ex aggerated. Persons desiring to secure, a resource in time of need should commit nicate with me. aitf H. SH EH WOOD. <S. ZHEJLLZt^AJST, TKMPLffi ULOCIi, lien Just received Irom Eastern munurnc- I lurers a variety of Decorating Vines and Hprays, Parlor Kaleidoscopes, and a full I Hue of Whits and Walnut Splints, Chess Hoards and Meu. mytlll BUSINESS CARDS. Largest Auction House in the City I H. R. BROWN, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Two doors East of Old Si nn.l, on COURT ST., opposite Court House. ma- REGULAR sale on aaturdayi from 9 o'clock A. m. till 4 p.m. Speclnl Hales made at any time. HORSES,WAGONS, and nil kinds of goods bought uud sold. Reference (R. E. Hyde, Pros B'k Vlsalla by perinls'n X F. Speiice.Cash Com B'k Jnlßtf H. R. HRO A.V. Auclloncer. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. H. "W. NOYBS Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST., opposite Ihe Court House, and will be pleased to serve his old friends and the public. Particular attention paid lo Real Estate sales. Regular sale days for Horses aud rolling stock, WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. As I have no partners and do my own work, I intend to make my oharges less than those ol anybody else In the busi ness, charging 00 real estate two per cent, for the Mrst 81000 undone pcreeut. on all sums above that amount. Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES, WAGONS and all kinds of property, and pay uusn. N. B.—Saturday's lalescommence at 10 A, It. and close at 4 p. X. K. \V. NOVKs, ohlest Auctioneer In Southern California. nv2l AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A NEW PLACE. ALFRED MOORE, (from St. Paul, Minnesota,) Is now to bo found al 29 Spring street, Next the Dollar Store, send along your Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses. Bug pies. Wagons anil othermerchandise you may have to dispose of. Auction every Saturday morning at 11 o'clock precise ly. Keal Estate sales also attended to. n2f)-om JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 and 14, Mcllonald Block, Mnln St., LOS ANCJELES, Cal. •iptttf John E. Jackson, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Room 41 Templo Block. slStf W. 11. J. BROOKS, UEOUOEJ. CLARKE. BROOKS & CLARKE, Searchers of Records and Examiners of Titles. eo-ALLKN's buidinu, corner Spring and Temple Blreets. J. A. Carey. Thos. A. Faqan. DOWNEY CITY REAL ESTATE AGENCY. It:m;'hos. Houses, Lots and Other Prop erty Bought and Sold on Commission, By Carey & Fagan, DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA. Mr. KAG'AN la also nn Attrrney-at-I.aw. mrlO.f TO LEASE. "El MolinoFarm." For busim s- and educational reasons, desiring to remove into Loj Angeles, 1 will lease " EL MOLINO FARM," Including residence and nut-bulldlngs horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul tural implements, etc., for ihe term of TWO OH THREE YEA 118. The farm consists of 20-1 acres, on which sre4o,ooa grape vines, over 2,00 i) orange trees, 700 English walnut trees, 0(H) lemon and lime trees; also a number of black walnut, pecan, almond, fig, apricot, plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas, etc.; twoor three acres i.f alfalfa, fifty acres vacant arable land, and THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY WATERED. Attached to the residence Is a spacious bath-room, supplying hoi, col i and shower baths. There is also a BILLIARD UOOM, table and nppiirteuances. The farm Is most eligibly situated In the FRUIT BELT ofthe San Gabriel Mission Valley About eight miles east of Los Angeles oily, aud near tbe Railroad Station of Sau Uabricl Mission. If not leased, I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE PROPERTY On advantageous terms, to-wit; One third cash, the balance in one, two, three and four years, at 10 percent, interest per annum Interest, payable semi-annually. IB J O KEWEN Nos. 10*11 Rtrellts Buiidtng, Spring St. S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2ltf Land for Sale. THK UNDEKSIGNE D lIAS 165 Acres of Fine Farming Land, On the Old Los Nletos road, adjoin ing tbe city limits, for sale. Apnlyto T. 11. MOTT, d.7-lm Room 10. Moti's llulldlng. HOTELS. United States Hotel, HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's. Cor. Main and Requena Sts. This botol takes in an entire block, front in« 3_*o feot on Itequena street, 160 on Main and 65 foot on Los Angeles street. TIIK ROOMH Arc airy, mi i all contain Spring Beds, Willi tlie lateit improvement. XHSQ Taiilk: Is supplied with tlio b'si the market affords. li ATKB MODEIIATH:. A Free Omnibus is attached to Iho ho tel, and baggitge is conveyed grails to and frum tin- depot. The United Slates Hotel Is centrally located, opposite the Court House, aud is near the Postolllce and Land otHee. Call and see us. You wilt receive pood treatment. HKNKY HAM MM,. A. H. UENKHIt, ST. CHARLES HOTEL, 1.0.S ANGELES, CAL., S. W. CRAIGUE & CO.. Proprietors. The St. Charles is located lv tlie busi ness centre oi'the city, and is tlie largest, most elegant anil completely organized Hotel in Southern California. Free coach to the house. J. A. GORDON, Manager. tte'Western Union Telegraph in Hotel oltlce. Jylltf , Mojavo *Xmiction, Oitl. THIS HOUSE IS NOW PKPAKKD to receive its numerous patronsJfcjpL and the traveling public in general. Be ing entirely new and splendidly fur nished, It affords superior accommoda tions. ITS TABLE D' HOTE Is second to none in Southern California THK BAH is supplied with the chotuest brands of wines, liquors ami cigars. An elegant BILLIAUD BOOM ft* also attached to the house. All trains stop here for breakfast an I supper, it Is tho polntof departure for the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.— Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Oordo and I'an amint. TheolHceof the LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is at this hotel. The patronage of c traveling public is respectfully solicited. MATTHEW* & BOYD, ■V2Hf Proprietors. THE Commercial Restaurant DOWNEY BLOCK, Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes, IS THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT in the city. V. OOL, Proprlotor. NOW OPEN. SIERRA HADRE VILLA, A. Private- Hotel on tho misrv or table binds of tbe Hlorra Matlre Mountains. Climate n nsurpassed for Summer or Winter Residence. CorumaruU a charming view of vnlley and mountain, overlooking the fitlfl Gft" brlel orange groves; Is four miles from railroad and telegraph sta! ion; en tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains all modern conveniences. A School tor children on the piemlses. For particulars uddiess proprietor, P. U. Bux 1141, IjOS Angeles. ANAHEIM HOTEL, Cob. of CENTER & LEMON Sts, aJ"R OKI large, sunny And niry.-ffn TABLE supplied with nil the luxuries the murlcl utlords. Bars REE COACH to tho Hotel. apl3tf E. DUNHAM,Proprietor. FOR SALE. RARE CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN. 70 Acersin the Azusa-Duarte Water Rights Perfect and Title Cood. FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR RAL ON PREMISES. •38-FIFTERN ACHES IN WALNUTS, five years* growth. Also, variety of Fruit Trees between the walnuts. TEUMS MODERATE Apply person alty or by letter lo A. J. HORN. mr2tf Fostma.ter at El Monte. AFC In (11 A WEEK to agents. $10 VOO 10 «/ I outnt FREE P. O. VU'KKIiy, August* Maine. «<vr.'wly LINES OF TRAVEL. ' k PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Goodall, Perkins A Co Ageuts, San Francisco. San Francisco and Los Angeles, EXPRESS LINE. JIAY WOXXBDIJjtiB. . ArrlveSan >, S s Francisco. £ n 5 S m X~H* " Leave Sta c>. . S o Monica. c" : --- - 9 5 Km -s I .'-a ye San j•„ g Pedro. o.* : - :: - § -3 ■ ArrlveSan 1 £ Pedro. • S - - - ~ P <?. ij F RJ sssiv s - Arrive Sta ~ w « g Monica. Kgi ::: • § 3 <a §_ 0 Leave San Francisco. VI Bl I 3 } 1 < 3 i ! 11!!!! I ■ iivhiktflf < £> 2 U a - -~ r. * x * E 3 siS 5*9 I<l 1 SO k.o>u«biiji-a> OxOXSccOa; Both Rteamshlps call at Port Hariord (SanLuisOblspo)and Hanta Unrbara; also, on Uown trip, at Ananelm Lninlnii,' for freight only. The Senator calls at San Buenaventura also every trip. ttSTassengers for San PrftQOll o hy tlie Senator Lake tbe train lor Sanit Monica that leaves Los Angeles at 4i&& F. M.; tho«c by the Orizaba take the train for Santa Monica that leaves Los Angeles at !t:4i A. M —l»>th !iO« AoSQIM t Hlrt. Los Angeles and San Diego TUE STEAMEHS Senator and Orizaba Leave Santa Monica and Sau Pedro for San Diego, April 27, May 2, 7,12.17, 22, 27, and June 1. Passengers take tile train that leaves Los Augeles for Man Pedro at 1 i p. M., Los Angeles time. Rates cf Fare from Los Angeles. (Payable In Hold.) Cabin. Steerage. To Sau Francisco Sl5 1)0 |10 00 to Port Harford 12 00 U 00 To Santa Barbara 8 10 II 10 To sau Diego 8 jo 0 uO Plans or steamers'cabins at agent's oltlce, where berths may be secured. FOB WAY PORTS. Tho steamer Constantino leaves San Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for Sau Francisco every Sunduy, calling at all way porls. Freight steamers leave San Francisco for Sin Diego and way ports about every leu days, currying sock, combustibles, etc For Passage or Freight ns rbove. or for tickets to and from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports. Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local Agent, Olliee, No. 66i Main street, over tlie Commercial Bank, Los Angeles. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD —AND— « *r Hi -A- M X 11 ». Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and Wilmington Divisions. Important C Mango of Time On aud aner Monday, Dec.l7th.lS77, and until further notice, iraius win ruu every day as follows: LEAVE LOS ANGELES: Fob— Aituivti Wilmington 10:35 A. M. 11:53 a m. San Francisco 1:16 p. M. U:Kie.M. " Accom'datloulo:*i A. M. 7:uOA.M. Yuma _ a:2sp. a. 7:00 a. m. Wilmington 3:30 " SaSp. H. Sauta Ana -.4:00 " 0:io " TOWARD LOS ANGELES: lbavs— AJtaxva. Yuma 6:30 p.m. 10:15 a.m. Saula Ana 6:30 A.M. 8:50 " Wilmlnaton _ 7:45 " S»:10 " Wilmington I:MP. M. 2:20 P.M. Sau Francisco 1:00 " 1:55 " Accom'datlon 4:30 " 11:65 A.M. Trains run dally to Yuma, connecting with steamers for Aubrey, Ehrenberg and Intermediate landings on tho Colo rado about three limes per mouth. Sleeping cars will he run dally. 'frs'ls Will be ruu by sau Francisco time. T. H. GOODMAN, len'l Pass, and Ticket Agt. A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't. X E. HEWITT. Ass't Bup't. LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT. i.'it ii, 1*77, trains will run daily on this road as follows: Leave S 1* Arrive Lonvo Arrivoin Depot 811 Depot 8. Mnlca j. Mnica L Angl's L,. Angel's 9 30A.M 18:40 A. M. 117.40 A.M. 110 30AM. 4.40 P.M.H:*) P. M. Illlr.O P.M. [6:40 P.M. On steamer days trains will connect with the P. C. Hteamshlp Co.'s steamers for Bau Frnnoisco and Han Diego, tsce their advertisement. WM. J. L. MOUT.TON. olltf Ass't Sup't. Montana Meat Market. FUCELINGKR & FRANK. fWtf The best and tendered! Meat*A«pt£ In the market. None but the Prlmest Boof and Mutton ever to be round. Note tbe add revs— Mod* tana Meat Market, Matn Street, near lint. Loa Antelee MISCELLANEOUS. MERCHANT TAILOR. J. STRELITZ, Fashionble Merchant Tailor, "VTo- 12 TEMI'LIS Block, Spring street, ±S Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST, FINEST AN 1) BEST STOCKED TAI LUR ING ESTABLISHMENT in Southern CfriPornia. His old customers and the public will And it Ihe place to get BEST STYLES and FITTING obtainable. NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOESKINS, DIAGONALS, FANCY CASSIMERES, VELVET & SILK VELVETING, Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin cipal scntlemen of the city, lor whom he has made clothing. •af-No necessity to send to San Fran cisco for good mini- sous. decBo-tf BANKING-HOUSES. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' BANK Of Los Angeles. CAPITAL 500,000 OO ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ISA! AM W. H KM.MAX, EOOENE MKYKIt, O. W. rii i i.os. L. C. Goodwin, Cuarlhs Ducommun, Josr Mascarel, John h. Griffin, 0* K. Thorn, Frank Lecouvrkur. Exchange for sale on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN and HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Cc r lifiCuics. I3uy and Hell LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will also pay tho highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion. From and after this date, on all moneys !»■ tvs Term Deposits, interest will be al lowed. Commercial Bank Of Los Augeles. Authorized Capital 300,1)00 M.S. PATRICK President E. F. SPENCE Cashier DIRECTORH. M. H. Patrick, B. B, Mott, A. A. Wilcox, H. Mabdbv, M. WOODWOKTII, 1. I. \ N X KltsHIM, O. 8. WITHKRBY, JNO. O. CAFRON, J. E, 11 0 1 I. KMm X , This Bnnk is prepared to receive de posits on open account, Issue Certificates or Deposit, and transact a general Bank ing business. Collections made and proceeds remit ted at cuircnt rates of exchange. LOST ANGELErCOUNTYIANK. MAIN STREET, Loa Anpeles Cal Capital Slock (paid up), 300,000 J. R. SrAUHON Preside:.. It.s. BAKKK Vice-President J. M. BI.UOIT Cashier DIRECTORS, J. 8. SI.APHOX, P. IIKAUOtiY. V. A. lloovkii, Kobki;t N Hakkr, J. BIXBY, (iKO. W. i'Ki .'HOTT A. W Cowman. Receive Savings R.in k deposits. Buy ..ml sell exchange on san Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Borltu and Frankfurt. B. iy exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe. Receive money on open Mcoatil and Cer tificate of Deposit, ami do a general hunk Ing and exchange business. J. 1 GHIFFirH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNER OF Alameda and First Streets in. , 1.1 KS IN DOORS, WINDOWS, RLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES -it- Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s LCMUER YARDS — AND — PLAN ING MILLS, No. 10 Commercial afreet, near Railroad neiwi, mrtn-t.r- J. G. JACKSON Lumber jOenlei* Corner Alameda and First Street.. I»KAI.rK IN DOORS, WINDOW'S, RLINDS, POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS, SHAKES, PLASTER OP PARIS, CRM KICT AND HAIR. 4tt M /* 4% A Salary, I'mwinat mm*m CP 1 fillll »•■»" " "It .••rsa M .:.«««.u \I /■■■■ami.r, Cxpenseerwa. ail 1 r.llllir,i.N a usAsteeo..n&l YaSIVV «,6irt Bom. til ~ ClßOllUt.tl.'* ag23 NO. 2 54 SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Notice. v Un ABtdM JLodre Km. «». r. •mJ\mr . **.— I be " l » t » d meetln.il \ if »' this Lodge are held on th. / m m f\ fIrstMONDA V ofeach monto al \. „ ,:m r - Member, of P.niai. pha. No. 202, aud <ll Master Me.on. It, good standing are cordially Invited By orderof tbe W;. Ml i'has. Hm iTU, Secretary. Los Angeles Chapter No. 33, R;. ... Mr- Stated convocations on a.. r/.'7fN I MONDAY of each menUi l/rY\l LH P - » l Masonlo Kail.' 4IM IsSuf Sojourning sompanlons In ITV i» Rood standing cordially In >| vlted. By order of a „ a c - F °Y. H. P I I Sam. Phaser, » Secretary. Lot Angeles Council Nt. 11, Ranl sad Select Masters, F. • 1. Holds Its slated assemblies on tbe 4La M onday or each month at Masonic Hall "Hi, 30 . p - Sojourning Conxion. In good standing are fraternally invited to attend. By order ofthe Th' 111 •. ft. a. CUNNINGHAM, jfcejfe TEMPLAR *.. ,v <tr Caiar De Lion Commander* Nt. t;. Holds its stated conclaves at th. A.v. Uira in Masonic Hall, on the Third THURSDAY ot eaih month, ei7Xo'eloak p. m. Sojourning Knights Templar la good standing are cordially Invited to au tend. By order of the E". 0". J. C. LrTTLirnxn. Recorder. i. o. o. f7 * .jjim... Antrellt* Lodge Dm. IN. . „ MONDAY evening at 8 o'clock at Odd Fe o*h' Hall, Downev Rl»»« Visiting aodsojo .rolng brolheE I "good standing are luvlied to attend. Fred. W. Vood, Reo. nee, Anfreles to, I. e>. ...Mr, .Sjslgiis. . Regular meeting held on |j»Hfc WEDNESDAY EV'eNINO Ol week at 1\ o'clock. 80 . „, lournlug brethren In good standing arecordially luvited. . „ „ J. W. HARD, ». a. A. Fran.:, R. s. Orange Grove Encampment, Nt. 31,1 0. 0. F. Ifi'lSa" I *" MEETINGS heist (#K' J| 'he Second Foartb *5a B fj»TUESIiA ys of each monthTt ,~V T% r- ». Sojourning Palrf fed to aufnd. " "" l " n< *" """"""J '»»<• „ ~ C C. LIPS, C. P. B. Marxsek, Scribe. ' § Knights of Pythias. OLIVE LODGE. No. 2s), meet* every Thursday eve&ingtat 7 o'clock, at the Ca.tle - Hall Downey Block. All sojourning Knight, in good standing are eordlally Invited. r. «- *• DUNBMOOR.C. O. C. E. Miles, K. of R. a. Confidence Engine Company No. 2. - REGULAR MEETINGS ol ' It. I 'Ids Company will take place /ijdSaS on the flrst Wednesday eve wIPBBpL " lnK or ench month, at I !-i3H?-«H» o'clock. By order, W. S. MOURE, Secretary. SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S VITAL RESTORATIVE I The great English remedy for Nervous Debility,tspeituaiorrhea aud trematura Decline of Physical Force. The Vital Restorative Will positively cure, thoroughly and I B ?. y c "" c of KXHALSTJtB VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either acute or of long standing, and in either sex, no matter from what cause pro duced. The Vital Restorative Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, la not a quack nostrum, hence psrieetly safe to lake; Is pleasant to tbe taste, supplies to the cerebro-splual and .ym pathetic system of nerves new force. Purifies and Enriches The bloou . rejuvenating and reinvlgorat- Ing both nilud aud body. Thousands, both in this country and In Europe, van testify to the great restorative properties of this really great medicine. Price, 13 per bottle, or four times tbe quantity lor $10. Kent lo any address se cure Irom observation. Addifss all letters lo A. E. MINTIE, M. D., i.iiMlnate ot tbe University ol Pennsyl vania und lute Resident Surgeon to the Orlhopoedlc Hospital of Philadel phia,) No. 7i!i Montgomery St., San Francisco, Sole Agent. P. S.—DR. MINTIE can be consulted in relerence to the above complalnla dur ing ollice hours from S a. m. to 8 p. a, daily, aud from 6 to 8 In Ibe evening. Sunnays, 10 A. M. to 1 p. 11. Consultation FREE. Thorough examination and ad vice, S5. Full directions and advice In c with every package of lnedioiue. Ii lsll The Steams Ranchos, 4 1.1 It 1 11 B«Ul.\soy, Truster, S4U Usrk.l St., Man 1 ranel.ro, cad; 1 t WUI ACRES OF LAND FOR OV7,V7V/V/ sale, In lota to suit, suit able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes.Flgs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley , Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc., aud also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit able for Dairying. Good water is abundant at an average depth of six feet from the turfaoe. On al most every acre of this laud FLOWING ARTESIAN WEI. IX can be obtained, mad the more elevated portions can be Irri gated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lauds are naturally motet, requiring only good culti ration to product crops. TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance la one, two and three years, with 10 per cent interest. I will take pleasure In showing these lands to parties seeking land, who an Invited to come and se. this extensive tract before purchasing elsewhere. WM. R. OI.DKN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Imc. M, I 87 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. HENRY GItXE Has removed Ills Agricultural imple ment Store to No. 34 Aliso Street, Next door to Lambourn A Turner, mil lm Rurnell & Rebbeck, Landscape Cardenars and Garden Centractors, Mtf No. IBS SPRINQ ST.