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i-ituththiti ovc.j taonttni (Woftfri Mod* day, -. BY r ■ rO.SKI'H 13. LYNCH. fCttlttt FOR DAILY HERALD: t* r annum, by maU-ur expros»..« $11) iix month§ " " J* V iree months *' " 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 85 cents .J i ANGLES WEEKLY HERALD I Mini tailed every Saturua*' moraine. TERMS. • >*« ye;,r,liy me 11 or express,, »nc Sopf.aM '< '-, months, " " " —l l.ree " '• " " " -l DO vilvei'flseiueiits Inserted al reasonable r tes. 11l Hlulls ol JOb-Worh .tout- to t nlpelc with -Nan rranrlaeo In enei'.lijle. uu.l Eletrnuce ot WorS*. u*ii>.i*iblp. LAWYERS. JOHN C. MOKGAN, A I'TOHNEY AT LAW, uiITJ SANTA MiQNICA. V. US. HOWARD. F. 11. HOWARD. J. BROS-EAU. Howard, Hrosscau& Howard, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. R ■0m5,86,«7 and 68Tem ■ te lllock, third floor, Los Angeles. leb3-tf HSNRY T. HAZARD, ATTORN EY AT LAW C COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, Q. A. 1 Dobinson, Manager. OFFICE — R urns 8 and tt Downey lllock. laHl-tf S. C. HUBBELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 1 Diioomman s Block, earner Main A Commercial streets, Los Angeles, muy7-tf A.OLABSICI.L, O. H. SMITU A. B. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH GLASSELL, CHAPMAN & SMITHS, \ TTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFICE—TEMFLK BLOCK Up-Matnv I ■ si Angeles. California. OCB-MMI F. F. Ramirer, ATTOBNH V AT J.AW. OFFICE—Temple Block, Kn, 71, Los Auge.es. m2-lm W. H. H. Russell, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL LOR AT LAW. da-Rooms 2 Hnd 3, Allen's liUlldliig, c irner or Spring and Temple St«. alAlf ' PHYSICIANS. DR. W. W. ROSS, PhyMlciuii tt ii (1 Ssiii-tjrron OFFICE-CARDONA BLOCK, Rr.oms 17 and 18. Residence-Corner or Filth and Hill streets. mylWOtn Dr. lUrkpatrick. t fnce and Kesidcncc—No. 15FRANKLIN SIREET. fe2B-lm Or. N. P. RICHARDSON, I 'tiy»iciaii and Purprcou Residence, Fort Hill, I Oflloe, No. 19 Dow- Ituena Vista street. 1 ueyßlock.upstairs, J. IIANNON, M. D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN. I>OOMK9& Ui f-ANFIIANCO BLOCK. \ Residence Downey Avenue, Knst Ijw Allele*, near (bo end or street rail way. Onto* hours from 10 to 12 a. m.; from 1 to t r. «. ap2o tf Dr. N* S. Gibcrson, l 3 liy*-»ielau uud .Sin-jr 4 *** l * Office and Residence—l 33 SPUING ST., below Turnverein Hull, Los Angeles. apltKf DR. L. McUUIIU:, Nioiuii nutl Surgoou OFFICE—Rooms No. (i and 7, Lnnfran -00 lllock, Main street. Residence— 2U4 Main street. Loh Angeles, Cat. Office liotirt— Pjom 9 to 12 a. m. nnd 2 to fi and 7 to 9 p. h. ap!2tf Dr. Joseph Kurtz Has removed his office lo No. 82 MAIN STREET, over Hotter & Bradley 's Furni ture store. Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 lo 6 nnd 8 to 9. Residence—Buena Vista street. myltf J. ISechtinger, M. 1)., (OF VIENNA,) PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN in dependent aud Freucb, M. 11. Socie ties. Oeullstol tlie French Hospital in San Francisco. All chronic obstinate oases and operations ou the eyes attend ed to, OFFICE — No, 704 Sacramento street, corner of Kearuy. Residence— SE. cor ner Mason and Pacific streets, San Fran cisco. oc3 ly Dr. Chin Quong Zin, CHINESE DOCTOR. OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles aud Ar cadia streets. lio'i tires all kinds of diseases. Office hours from 9 to 12 A. m. aud from 2 to 5 aim 7 to 9 F. M. up3otf HUGHES* Russian and Electric Baths, SIQNonKT'* BUILDING, opposite Merced Theater. R. 11UG1IK?, In returning thanks to the public for their liberal patronage, eau with coundeuce recommend his As the great pyRIKIEU end KQTJA JZKRof tbenam'ah body, enabling the system to throw off Its impurities aod giving to the lungs one-sixth more Inspi ration- of air than san bs obtained by breathing, by opening the pores of tbo skin aud giving full play to M:e i dm ble respiration h.j necessary Ui physical health. or A IctAale constantly on hand to walton ladles. Open from 8 a. v. to 7 p. h. «28tf » day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit and terms free, true a CO., Augusta, Maine. raarMlAwly Daily Los Angeles Herald. Morning Telegrams. ■'*M«Hxvri Passing- Soiitli. Mojave, May 31.—M G Joues, Miss Carrio A Jones, Miss M Perry, W Smith and wire, J X Carrel, D Kaiser, J Villarer, D A Bowohet, 1, J Williams, C L Bickworth, A H McKeller, Who Lee. N»n-l*itrll«iii* Muni lunitou*, San Jose, May 30, 8:05 p. 14.— J. J. Ayeus: Ymi are nominated by ucclamation; also Qen. Mans field. Siiorb & Meyer. Ilmiaittrk linijtiu- i,„ nt«, ivnr Puilt, San Francisco, May 31.—A Boise City dispatch says that Ban nock Indians, numbering about tvyo hundred warriors, under command of Buffalo Horn, a noted scout, en camped in the lava beds between Big Ct>mas Prairies and Snake Biver, and have ordered the whiles to leave the prairie on penalty of death. They have already com menced hostilities by shooting two settlers, wounding both severely. Tlie Indians nre well supplied with ammunition, sold them at Boise City about, two weeks ago on the order of Governor Brayman, on the ground that they were good Indi ans. About niuty moun'eil troops, under command of Major Collins aud Captain Bernard, will leave immediately for the scenes of trouble. They ure uusullicieut to attack the Indians in the lava beds but enn protect the settlers on the prairie. Au L'x;i|,itl«i|f l'.,rij In lirlilsh Columbia. Victoria, B. C, May 31.—A party of explorers from the interior of tlie Island have arrived aud re port many large and well defined quartz ledges, from which they bring specimens. .Hi,it,,'l l:»|» ,r«. San Francisco, May 31.—Wheat demand very light; sales good; white Australia, $1 85. Flour, very dull; city mills superfine $4 75@ $5 00: bakers' and family extiu, I 5 87j@$6 12; Oregon extra, nom inally, $5 75. Corn, eearce ami high; large yellow, $2.10; white, »:2.12®2 25. Barley, steady; good feed, $1 05. Oals, unchanged. Hay, new, very dull, at $7@s9; old, in fuir request at $7@SISJ. Potatoes, easier; new 3@3Jc. Wool, dull and unchanged. Boiler e:>;'l<i,t<> . HILLSBono, May 31.—A portable engine exploded ut tlio saw mill near here this morning, killing tlitt'O men ami ?ev?rely sCilding several others. A,, I.fir 3 A«tJ"*l.-.,ll,o.«l ut,,l KM ■ ■ ,*- Buiivtfi I IT. el Washington, May 31st. -- It, seems to be almost universally con ceded that the present session of Congress will terminate soon enough to cause, among other things, the certain failure of Wood's tariff bill; the end of further finan cial legislation this summer; the defeat of propositions to rvduoe tbe tax on tobacco, and to suspend payments to tlie sinking fund; the probable defeat of the steamboat bill; tbe almost certain failure of all railroad subsidy bills and the absolute certainty of tlie defeat of nearly every measure of a private character which lias not already passed one of tlie two Houses. Bit*- SalttSfeartf << I* broil*,*,. GETTYSBURG, May 31.—The grand prooeuton moved to the cemetery In v blinding rain which lasted till live o'clock. McPherson introduced the President, who, amidst ringing cheers, arose and spoke as follows: Fellow citizens: The battle of Gettysburg will probably always be regarded as the battle which did more than any other to determine Ihe result of the great civil war in the United Slates The honored dead who fought and perished here will, therefore, be forever held in special nnd grateful remembrance. Tbe great martyr of the coufllct was Abraham Lincoln. He, by his immortal words spoken here has indlssolubly linked his name, fame anil memory with the batlle of Gettysburg. Lincoln gave his life aud the braves who responded to his call gave tbeir lives for the Union, for liber ty and for a stable Constitutional Government. They believed lhat our institutions were equal to any emergenoy aud that they ought to be maintained at the cost of prop erty or of life. If our assembling iv this place shall fitly honor the meu we now wish remembered with gratitude, it will bo because, beholding these scenes and contemplating tbe example of the heroes who made Gettysburg illustrious, we shall be able to esti mate more wisely tbe value of our country aud of her institutions,and be better prepared for the duties which, uudef Provldeuce, have de volved upou us. Let us give heed to the words of Abraham Lincoln. Let us here highly resolve lhat these dead shall not have died In vain; that the Nation, under God, shall have a new hirlb of freedom, and lhat a government of the peo plo aud by the people shall not perish from Earth. [Enthusiastic applause.] Hay.. Julervlewed. Washington, May 31.—A Timet representative interviewed Hayes, who firmly and decidedly said that no atlempt to unseat hira should succeed except the only lawful one nf impeachment. He bad received his office from Congress in a lawful ami peuceable manner and intended to hand it down to his successor lv the same way. He would submit to nothing short of a successful im peachment. I lie QlleNllau «,f \,i j v ,,,.„ „ Washington, May 31.—Senate —The President pro tern laid before the Senate the concurrent resolu tion of the Senate providing for a final adjournment of Congress on the 10th or June, together witli amendment of the House of. Repre eentativee fixing June 17th us tho date. Windom moved to refer the res olution and amendment to the LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 1. 1878 Committee on Appropriation". Hamlin thought that the sooner the day of final !id)ourtimentsbould be fixed tbe better it would be. On motion of Edmunds the res olution was laid on the table to be taken up to-morrow. Tim Hur ler Troubles. New Orleans, May 31— A spec ial troth Eagle I'asssays that Esco. bedo is reported to have captured Saragosa and is expected to at tack Pilgras Nigros. Mexican gov emmeut troops uuder tho com maud of Col. Muuclo have gone to meet him. A light is expected. Valine (l>m«) Nil.; !e,l. New Orleans, May 31.—A spe cial says that the First National Hank of Dallas has suspended pay ment. Tho liabilities cannot be ascertained to-day. Due deposit ors, $22,000; nominal assets, $110, --03 d. l*rcf.l*leut Ilaye. A— Chicago, May 31.—A Philadel phia dispatch says that George Al fred Townsend had an interview with President Hayes at Gettys burg yesterday, most of which re lated to the Potter investigation. The President said that there never was a time when our good provi dence was so plainly leading us to peace and order, aud we had less temptation to fly away, yet, un der tlie reins of a caucus govern ment which coerces the timid, tlie unwary uud often good men, we nre now threat ened with mutiny, perhaps conflict. The direct agents which brought on tbe rebellion were spirits of light compared to the present fomentors of national and general discord. Slavery was a vested property; at any rate the while people of tho South were educated to believe so. They bad that material interest ut stake for their apology for the war. But to disturb the country once more in the same generation for nothing but political spoils is noth ing less than au iufemal scheme. Acrldent at sen —Nlilj. Ntiuk. London, May 30.—The ship "Grosser Kurfurst" came in eollis- I ion With the Iron-clad "Kcenig | Wilhelm" ut 9:45 this morning. The accident took place three miles olTFolkestone. The "Grosser Kur furst" sank almost Immediately lifter she wasstrnek. The steamer's ■ •oilers exploded as she went down. Tlie weallier WM bright and tbe sea culm at the time. It Is report led from Dover lhat only eighteen persons out ot a complement of four hit mired and sixty officers and men on board the "Grosser Kur fursl," wore saved. Boats went from shore and were sent from other vessels of the German fleet to j the assistance of the drowning peo plo, and it is hoped that more lives were saved. rt»e liurfllisl" — Sm-usil Diflpatct, Dover, May 31.—The German ' squadron, consisting nf three iron clads—" Preussen," " (1 rosier Kur ftiist" und "Kcenig Wilhelm"— passed Dover at 8:45 this morning, I Lou nil for Plymouth, whence it j was expected to sail for Gibraltar. | When the squadron was off Lud ; gate, about live miles from shore, ! one of the iron-clads was observed ] to he gradually keeling over ou her i beams cud, and men were seen crowding on tbe bulwarks. In I about Aye minutes the vessel went down ou her side, her boilers ex ploding as she sank. Boats from tbe other iron-clads were launched and a number of Folkestone fishing smacks uear by hurried to the scene. It is hoped that many livm wero saved. The Folkeßtoue life-boat was launched, but arrived too lato to be of service. Several steamers have gone lo the scene of disaster from Dover. It is believed that the "Kceuig Wilhelm," which ran into the "Grosser Hurfurst," is badly damaged. The lillrfura Disaster-1 lilrd Die. paieli. Ixjndon, May 31.—A telegram to the Admiralty says of tbe sinking of the " Grosser Kurfurst:" About 300 perished, aud 200 have been saved. This comes from the fjoast Guard at Folkestone. A dispatch from Dover says it is reported that the "Grosser Kur furst' oarried a crew of 600 men, of whom between 300 and 400 aro sup posed lo be drowued. A telegram to Lloyds from Folke stone repents the report, first tele graphed that only eighteen men were rescued but Its correctness is doubted. All previous reports say that life boats were lowered from the other iron clad immedlatly and a large number of small crafts from Dover and Folkestone hastened to Ihe locality. The Ocenu I>l»a*tler—Fourth Die ■mteli. New York, Muy 31.—London dispatches slate that tbe German Embassy is informed that 450 per sons were drowned by the stnkiug of tho lion-clad " Grosser Kur furst." The Gorman ambassadors, with the Crown Prinoe, have gone by special train to the scene of disas ter. It seems that the vessels were under full headway when the "Kooning Wilhelm" ran into the "Grosser Kurfurst." The shock was terrific, the latter vessel tilling und sinking williin live minutes after tlie collision. To and to the horrors of the situation the boilers nf the sinking vessel exploded, scattering death and destruction in every direotien. FOB SALE. I offer my place, three-quartern of a mile from UoWQty City, on the Wilming ton roiui, adjoining the College; at a bar galu. It comprises TWENTY ACRES, Fifteen of which are In fruit, of choice varieties. Thero are eight acres of Mus cat grapce. Comlortable house on the premises. LOW PRICE A REASONABLE TERMS. Immedinte possession will be given, ii desired, with tn« enitVre growing crop ot fruits, etc Water rhjtit attached to land, but no necessity lor use. Apply to jyi 6m O. H. ALLEN, on tbe premises. BUSINESS CARDS. Largest Auction House In the City! H. R. BROWN, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Two doors East of Old Stand, on COURT ST., opposite Court House. Si*-REGULAR BALK on Saturdays from 9 o'clock A. m till 4 p.m. Special Sales made at nny time. HOHtsEt. WAGONS, und all kinds of goods bought and sold. Reference JR. K. Hyde, Pros ri'k Vlsnlla by permts'n \ ... V. Spence.C'ash Com B'k JalOtf H. R. BltO .V .v. Auctioneer. OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. 18. W. ITOYES Hasoponedoutat No. 1 MARKET ST., opposite t,he Court Hons.', and will be pleased to serve bis old friends and the Eublic. Particular attention paid to Real state sales. Regular Bale days for Horses aud rolling stock, WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. As I have no partners and do my own work, I Intend to make my charges less • than those of anybody else tv the busl- I ness, charging on real estate two per cent, for the first 11000 and one percent, on alt sums above that ttmoutit. Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES. WAGONS and all kinds of property, and psy casn. N. B.—Saturday's sales eommonco at 10 a. m . and close at 4 p. k. B. W. NOYE3, j Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California. , nv2l I AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A NEW PLACE. ALFRED MOORE, (from St. Paul, Minnesota,) Is now to be found at 29 Spring street, Next the Dollar St'jre. send along your - Furniture, stoves, UedJlug, Horse*. Bug gies, Wagons an 1 other merchandise you may have to dispose of. Auction every ' Saturday mot nlng at 11 o'clock jreclse ly. Real Estate sates also attended to. ' n2O-8m i i i — j JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE ! AND CONVEYANCERS, ' Rooms 13 and 14, Molionald Block, > Main St., LOS ANOELES, Cal. ! sepietf ' ( John E. Jackson. j CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Room 41 Temple lllock. slStf W. IT. J. BROOKS. GKOIIOE J. CI.AItKE. BROOKS & CLARKE, Searchers of Records and Examiners of Titles. am- ALLEN'S BUIDINO, corner Spring 1 aud Temple streets. J. A. Carey. Tnos. A. Kaoan. DOWNEY CITY REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Ranehos. Houses. Lots and Other Prop erty Bought and Sold on Commission, By Carey & Fagan, DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA. Mr. FAGAN Is also an Attr-rney-at-Law. mrlO r ( TO LEASE. < "El MolinoFarm." | i 1 For business and educational reasons, deslrlug to remove Into Lot Augeles, I will lease "EL MOLINO FARM," | Inoludlug resldenoe and out-buildlnjs horses, niulei, wagon, harness, agricul tural implements, etc., for ihe term of TWO OR THREE YEARS. The farm cousists of 204 acres, on which are4o.ooo grape vines, over 12,000 orange trees, TOO English walnnt trees, BUO lemon t and limetrees; at so a numbe: of black walnut, pecan, almond, fig, apricot, plum, peach, apple, pear trees, bananas, eto.; twoor three acres of alfalfa, fifty acres vacant arable land, and ! THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY W ATE UK 11. Attached to the residence Is asnaolous bath-room, supplying hot, cola and shower batha. There Is also a BILLIARD ROOM, tablo and appurtenances. The farm Is most eligibly situated In the FRUIT BELT of the San Gabriel Mission Valley About eight miles east of Los Angeles . city, and near the KtUlroad Station of j Sau Uabrlel Mission. If not leased, I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE PROPERTY On advantageous terms, to-wll: Oue third cash, the balan n e lv one, two, three and four years, at lo percent, lnterestper annum interest, payable semi-annually. . . K.J. C. KEWKN, N.is. 10 A 11 Strellts Building, Spring St. S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o2ltf Land for Sale. 1 THE UNDERSIGNED II AS IGS Acres of Fine Farming ! Land, i Ou the OKI LosNietos road, adjoin ing the city limits, for sale. Apnfy to T. D. MOTT, I d n lm Room 10, Moil's Building. HOTELS. United States Hotel, HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's. Cor. Main and Requena Sts. This hotel lakes In an ontlre block, fronting IS) feet ou Heouenn street, 180 on Main and (!5 feot on l.os Angeles slreet. THK ROOMS ■ Are airy, nnl ell contain Sprlnir Deds, with the lat.st improvements. THK TAm.IC Ii supplied with tho b?nt the market affords. KATE!) MODBRATIC, A Free Omnibus is attached to Iho ho tel, aud baggage is conveyed gratis to and from tlie depot. Tho Uulled Stales Hotel is centrally located, oppo-ite the Court House, aud Is near trie ros:otTlce and Land office. Call and see us. You will receive Rood treatment. HENRY HAMMEL. A. H. DENKER. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, LOa ANGELEB, CAL., S. W. CRAIGUE & CO.. Proprietors. The St. Charles Is located in the busl uesß centre of the city, and is the largest, most elegant and completely organized Hotel lv Southern California. Freo coach to the houso. J. A. GORDON, Manager. •arWestern Union Telegraph In Hotel office. Jylltf MOJAVE HOTEL 3lojavo •Tu.uotloii, Cal. THIS HOTJ«E IS NOW PEPARKD Alfa to reoelve its numerous patronsJfcijL and the traveling public in general. Bj lng entirely new Hiid splenditlly lur nished, it affords Htipenor accommoda- Uonn. ITS TABLE D' HOTE Is second lo none in Southern California THK BAH Is supplied with the choleest brands of wines, liquors and cigars. An elegant BILLIARD ItOOM U also attached to the house. All trains stop here for breakfast an 1 Kiipper. it is tho point uf departure for the celebrated Inyo county mines, viz.-- Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Uordo and Pan amlnt. TheoUloeof the LONE PINE HTAGE CO. Is at this hotel. The patronage of c traveling public Is respectfully solicited. MATTUKVVi & BOY I), fc2t-tf Proprietors. THE Commercial Restaurant DOWNEY BLOCK. Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes, IS THK ONLY FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN THK CITY. V. DOL, Proprietor. NOW OPEN. SIERRA MAI)UK VILLA, A Private lintel on tbe mesa or table lands or the Sierra Madre Mountains. CUraate unsurpassed for Summer or Winter Residence. Commands a charming view of valley and mountain, overlooking tho Han (Ja briel orange groves; is four miles from railroad and telegraphstatlon; bouse en tirely new, lighted by gas, and contains al) modern conveniences. A School lor children on the paem Isos. For particulars addiess proprietor, P. O. Box 1141. Los Angeleß. ANAHEIM HOTEL. Cor. of OEtffTBR & LEMON Sts, »WR OMS larg?, s jnny and alry.-»» TABLR supplied with all the luxuries the market atfords. BUT FREE COACH to the Hotel. ■pUtf E. DUNHAM,Proprietor. FOR SALE. RARE CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN. 70 Acers in the Azusa-Duarte Water Rights Perfect and Title Good. FA KM HOUSE, HARN & COR RAL ON PREMISES. •3-FIFTEEN ACRES IM WALNUTS, five years' growth. Also, variety ut Krult Trees between the walnuts. TERMS MODERATE Apply person ally or by letter to A. J. HORN. uir2tf Postmaster at El Monte. «rr t. »fl A WEEK to agents. (10 ©00 10 91 I oultlt FREE P. O VIOKKRY, Augusta Maine. napCiwljr LINKS OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COA3T~ STEAMSHIP COMPANY. QNMtdalf, Perkins A C 0..... Agent.*,. Sau Francisco. San Francisco and Los Anyelc*. "express line. .JULSIZ SCHEDULE. ArrlveSan * S Franolsco. 3" **" * s « . 3 !2_ ccac«ooc^»« " Leave Sta 9 >. p Monica. s : 1 : - * 9 rj — — r-iei Leave Sau ® >, Pedro. = : : : r o *^ "~ — ' —— - _;o — —CD — — .N C-4 • ArrlveSan » >. 3 Pedro. g*tf3*3 fc> j »-» -» •9 - 53 -ji-h a Arrive Sta « i Monica. I* 3«t 3 § S *■* B O C T J. ■»■ - T J) O Leave San % * S ** Francisco, vie t a s I II i'j|H | j s«£<* 5 * S * a>OBCaO« Both steamships call at Port Hariord (SanLuisOblßpo)and Santa Barbara; also, on down trip, ut Ananelm Landing for freight only. The Seuator calls at San Buenaventura also every trip. atyfassengers lor "an Francis o take thetruin lot Santa Monfca that leaves Los Augeles at 4:55 P. M., Lug Angeles time Los Angeles and San Diego TUB HTKAMRHH Senator and Orizaba Leave Santa Monica and Sun Pedro for San Diego, Juno 1, 0, 11, 10,21,.C0, and July 1. Passengers take tbe train that leaves Los Augeles fu'Saa Pedro at 3.13 v. m., Los Abgeles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles. (Payable iv Gold.) Cabin. £teerajre. ToS*an Francisco Jifj 00 $10 00 I'O Port Uurford 12 uo 0 00 To Sauta Barbara ti 10 0 10 To s,m 8 50. 0 u u Pluns of steamers'cn.blna at agent's ofllee, where berths may bo sici.ed. FOR WAY TOUTS. The steamer Constantino leaves Sau Buenaventura and sauta Barbara for Sau Francisco every Sunday, calling at all way portß. Freight steamers leave Sao Francisco for Sau .Oiego and way ports aboui every ten days, carry.ug s'oefc, combustibles, etc Fur Passagoor Freight as °bove,or fur tickets to aud from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to 11. McLELLAN, Local Agent, Ottiue, No. 66J Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Los Angeles. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD —AND— M '1' JC -A. M X It ». Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and Wilmington Divisions. Important Change of Time Ou and after Monday, Bec.lith .IS7T, aud until furtber notice, Lams will run every day as follow*: i EAVE LOS ANGELES: Foil— ARRIVE. Wilmington 10:35 a.m. 11:55 a.m. San Francisco 1:15 p. v. 12: Kir. v. " ACCOUl'datlOU lv:;; iA. M. Y.00A.1.. Yuma _ ~:Siv. v. ;:uua.k. Wilmington 3:80 " 4: >jr. M. Sauta .vua._ 4:UO " B.tll " TOWARD LOS ANGELAS: LEAVK— ARRIVE. Yuma 6:30 p.m. 10:15 a.m. Santa Ann 6:30 A.M. S:Sd " Wllniinaton _ 7:4* " »:10 '• Wllmtnittou .1:00 P.M. '2:'4u P. M- Sau Francisco 4:00 " 1:55 " Accom'datlon 4:30 " 11:55 a. m. Trains run dally to Yuma, connecting with steamers for Aubrey, Ehrunberg aud Intermediate landings on tbe Colo rado about tbree times per month Sleeping care will be run dally. I'ro'nn will be run by sau Francisco time. T. 11. GOODMAN, 4en'l Pass, and Ticket Agt. A. N. TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't. t- ft HEWITT. Ass't BuD't. LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OUT. 15th, 1877. trains will run dully un this road as follows: Leave B f Arrive Leave Arrive in Depot S X Depot 8. Mnlca s. Mnlca L Angl's U Angela 9 80A.M 18:40 A.M. ||7.40 A.M. 110 80AM. 4.40 P.M.U:a) P. M. ||»:.0 P.M. Jo:i0 P.M. On steamer days trains will connect with tho Rft Steamship Co.'s steamers for Ban Franoisco and San Diego. See tbeir advertisement. WM. J. L. MOULTON, Ol4tf Ass't Sup't. Montana Meat Market. FKIKLIXfIER & FRANK, The best and tenderest Meats m£*\7* In the market. None but tbe *mm*T\m Prlmast Beef nnd Mutton ever to be touud. Note tlie address—Mon tuna Meat Market, Matn Street, neat First. Yon Aogelea MISCELLANEOUS. MERCHANT TAILOR. J, STRELITZ, Fashionble Merchant Tailor, No. 12 TEMPLE Block, Spring street, Los Angeles. He has the LARGKST, FINEST AN t> BEST STOCKED TAIL, R -INQ ESTABLISHMENT In Southern Cell'ornla. His old customers and the public will find It the place to get BKSI STYLES and FiTTI.vG obtainable. NEWEST BROADCLOTHS, BEAVERS, DOESKINS, DIAGONALS, FANCY CASBIMERES, VELVET & SILK VELVETING, Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin cipal gentlemen of the city, lor whom he has made clothing. avNo necessity to send to San Fran cisco for good lilting suits. dec3o-tf BANKING HOUSES^ FARMERS' A MERCHANTS' BAKK Of Los Augeles. CAPITAL 500,000 OO ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President « Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS, la AI AS W. H EL] MAN, EUQKNK MEYER, O. W. CHII.DS, L. C. Goenwm, CItAHLKS MurOMMUN, JosE MASCAKEI,, Johns. Griffin, C. K. Tbov, Frank Lkcotjvueur. Exchange for sale on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, I". Kit LIN unci HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Iluy and Nell LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN- ' MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. Will also pay tlie highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion. From and nfterthls date, on all moneys le'tas Term Deposits, luterest will be al lowed. Commercial Sank Of Los Angfelea. Authorized Capital • 300,000 , M. 8. PATRICK President ' E. F. SPENCE Cashier DIRECTORS. M. 8. Patrick, B. H. Mott, A. A. Wilcox. H. Mabuky, i M. WOODWOHTH, I. LANKKRSUIM, O. 8. WITUKRBY, JNO. O. CAPRON, I J. E. HOLLENBRCK, I This Bank is prepared to receive de posits on open aeooc ot, Issue Certificates of Det-o-ot, and trausact a general Bank ing Business. Collections made and proceeds remitted at cm rent rates oi exchange. US AWElEB(^rtTYMr*l i i MAIN STREET, < Los Angeles _ Cal 1 Capital Sleek (paid vp 1 , 300.C00 J. S. SI.A'.TSON President R. s. HAK'OK Vice-President J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier DIRKC TORS. J. S. BI.ACSON, P. BKArnuY. V. A. HOOVER, HOBEr.T K. I.A K'FR, J. BlXllV, <;ko. W. i'llKHi OTT I A. W. IIi.WMAN. Receive savings Bank deposits. Buy nod sell exchange on san Francisco, ' New York, London, Purls, Berlin and Frankfurt. B'ty exchange on all parts of the United . Slates aad Europe. Receive money on open account and Cer tificate of Deposit, and do a general hanking and exchange business. I. M. GBIFFITH At CO. , i Lumber Dealers. CORNER OF 1 Alamoda and First Streets OICALKRS IN DOORS, WINDOWS, , BLINDS, SHINGLES, 1 POSTS, LATHS, i SHAKES, HAIR, ' PLASTE" OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. ,' LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES — AT — Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s | r-ITitIIJER, YARDS — AND — PLANING MILLS, Ko. Iri rutamercliil atreei. srsr !t .(iroA.i |>ei»ol. mr9l-tr— J. G. JACKSON Denier Corner Alameda and First Streets. a»>,AJ.aji i n DOORS, WINDOWS', BLINDS, POSTS, SHINGLES. LATHS, SHAKES, PI ASTER OF PARIS, CEMKNT AND HAIR. St. si F%4%5t% Salary. r™»«i*ai< CP 1111111 \l /■■■|i.»l.r- C;ianj«.p.u. A 4. eDIaUU i%.-L^i^S£* I ag«2 NO. 2 SOCIETY NOTICES. , , _ Masonic Notion. *, ''•»" AnifLoac« no. 4a. »> Af\_ * A. ■.—The utud meeting* V" jr ot ,bt * Lodge »re held on the iK/V first MONDAY oreach monl i at ' V 7:3U P. M. Member,, of Penlat pha, No. 202, and ill Maslti Mikhii in good itanding are cor ilally invited. Hy orderof tbe W:> M:- Chas. Smith, Secretary. Lit Angeles Chapter No. 33, B:. t Stated con vocations on to MONDAY of each month T% r. M. at Mason™ Sojourning .onip.ntons In good standing cordially la. vited. By order of a. 0. FOY, H, r Bam. Phaokh, Secretary. Us Angeles Council No. 11, Rani tmt Select Masters, F, 1 L |„ Holds Its elated assombliei on the 4th Monday of each month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. M Sojourning 1. good standing are fraternal to attend. By order of the Th •,m: TEMPLAR De Lion Commander, Urn. Uolds its stated conclave* at the An. lum in Meson c. Hall, on tha nsis THURSDAY of cab month™ 17* o-cft«S P - .8o ourD H'* Koighta Templarin good standing are cordially Invited to a* tend. By order of the 3. C. Litti.«piixd, Recorder. °*" ~ „ lU _ | MON l , AYevenlngat»o , *loeat at Odd Felo*s' Hall, Downey vfSS Visit ng and sojourning brother* I. Si" standing are Invited to attend. *^ FB ED .W.WO.^H A ec P ?^ US3 Lao Augcle. lAidgre y B . M, 1. e>. cj^jf. ...Regular meeting held ao WEDNESDAY ol fach week nt 7k o'clock. ~ , looming brothJeS siX standing are cordially iuvitad A. Frank, R. b. W UAl <». »• O. Oranae Crove Encampment, Nt. 31,1.0 0. F. -•->->mtW rV I -*"* * « of each month at _R Marten, Scribe 0 C tJP8 ' C - F §Knight« of Pythias. OLIVE LODGE. No. 38. meet* every ThursdHJ c™ njniat Uowney 7 $ 'v good standing are onifalM Invit?d L P.. Mn.cs, K. of H. a Confidence Engine Company No. 2. ,11 REGULAR MEETINGS ol /tf£i th:-. company will take place /ijjtj* \ oo the first Wednesoay eve- "' each month, at ( -■SJIIeSS? o'clock. Hj order, W. s. MO ,RE. Secretary. KIR ASTLEY COOPER'S VITAL RESTORAT.VE! The great English remedy for Nervous Debility, spermatorrhea aud i rematuro Decline of Physical Force. The Vital Restorative Will positively cure, thorough!} and WuTtv I a ?, y "*"' tXH ACS.' EB viiALITY or Nervous Debility, either acute or of long standing, and in either sex, no matter from what causa pro duced. The Vital Restorative Is a thoroughly scientific prescription. Is not a quack n strum, hence periectly safe to lake; Is pleasant to the taste, supplies to the cerebrospinal and sym pathetic system of nerves new force, Purifies and Enriches The bluo . rejuvenating and reinvlgorat- Ing both nitoo hiio body. Thousands, both In this country and in Kuiope, can testily to the great restorative properties of this really great medicine. Price, 13 per bottle. < r four times the quantity lor SIO. sent lo auy address se cure Irom observation. Addie»s all letters to A. E. MINTIE, M. D., .'•nuluate of the University of Pennsyl vania and late Kesldeut Surgeon to the Orthopcedlc Hospital of Philadel phia,) No. 712 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Sole Agent, P. B.—PR. MINTIE can be consulted In reference to the abovecomplainte dur ing olllee hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. h. dally, and from 6 to 8 in the evening. "1° 1p - »• Consultation ' thorough examination and ad vice, to. Full directions and advice free with every package of medicine. lyliti The Steams Ranches, iU'KM KOBl.\s<>.\, Trustee, -.ii Market Bs., Sam Franeleee, Call Ml" i i ACRES OF LAND FOR *-J\J,\J\J\J sale, in lots to suit, sullr able for the culture of Oranges, Lemons. Linies.Flgs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches. Apples, Pears. 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 the i urfaoe. Ob al most every acre of this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and the more elevated portions can be Irri fated by the water of tbe Santa Ana river, lost of these lands are naturally moist requlrlug only good culil vation to prod nc. crops. TERMS—One-fourth Cash; halance la ono, two and three years, with lv percent luterest. 1 will take pleasure in showing these lands to partiea seeking land, who »r -invlted lo come aud sec this extensive tract before purchasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, AgHit. Anaheim, Los Angeles couniy, lw. a., 1 87 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. lIKPVItY GIKiHE ILis icmoved his Agricultural Imple. ment Store to Ko. 24 Aliso Street, I,'rxl door lo Lamlmuru A Turner. ni3l lm liurnell & Rebbeck, < Landscape Gardeners and Garden Contractors, Jetf No. 105 si ring UT.