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VOL. X.
nHall'Ml »ve,j morning except Mon
day,
BY
JOolllPH p. fcVSOH,
TSItNtS FOR DAILY HERALD:
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Its months M 2
Taree months " ""aSt£ii»«
Delivered by carriers, per week 25 cents
i jS ANGEtf SLEEKLY HERALD
■ published every Snlurdav mnrnini!
TERMS.
«eye»r,t>y mall orexpress,onecopy..!3(X
sta months, " M ' ( -'! £.
liree " " " " l
\dvertlsoments Inserted at reasonable
rites.
11l Kind* ol Job-Work done •«•
. inpetc witb Hum FranoHwo In
-rler.Kty le, and Kleirauce ol Work.
.HMUMhIp.
j LAWYERS. I
JOHN C. MORGAN,
ATTORNEY AT U.A.W,
I tn!7tf SANTA MONICA.
v. c. Howard! f. h. Howard.
J. BROS-EAU.
Howard, Brosseau & Howard,
a ITORNEY9 AND COUNSELLORS
1 AT LAW. Rooms, 68,117 and 68 Ter
n . Block, third floor, Los Angeles.
* feb3 tf
| HENRY T. HAZARD,
( \ ITOHNEY AT LAW
C COLLECTION DEPARTMENT, G. A.
j Doblnson, Manager.
OFFICE - Roms 8 aud » Downey
mock. lagl-tf
8. C. HUBBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and t
Duoommun a Block, comer Main *
I'oinmercial streets, Los Augeies. may7-tf
1.01.A5HK1.1.. O.H. SMITH
A. B. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH
olassell, Chapman & smiths,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
I'FFICE-TEMPLKBUX'K upstairs. Isw
• -igeles. California. 002-tf— a
F. P. Ramirez,
\ ATTORNE V AT JL.AVV.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, Los
> An gees. ni2-lm
W. H. H. Russell,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
LOR AT LAW.
BUTRooms 2 and 3, Allen's Building,
corner of Spring and Temple St«. al6lf
SMMMaMHSMMSMMMaaeMaMMMSMMMMnMSSMMaaaBMi
PHYSICIANS.
"*~ DR. W. W. ROSS,
IMiyKicinn jukl Surgeon
OFFICE-CARDONA BLOCK, Rroms
17 und 18. Residence-Corner or Fifth
and Hill streeis. niy26-lm
Dr. Kirkpatrick.
I,trice and Residence-No. 15 FRANKLIN
STREET. fe2B-lm
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
* livHioitiu and Purjrfon
»i *idence, Fort Hill, I Offlce,No. 19Dow
. ,ena Vista street. I neyßlock.upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
ROOMS 9 A 11, LANFRANCO BLOCK.
Residence Tiowuey Avenue, East
Una Angeles, near the end of street rail
way.
OUlee hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from 1 to
I p. a. ap2o tf
Dr. N. S. Clberson,
l'liyatieian uud Btii-tr«-on
Office and Residence—l 33 SPRING ST..
below Turuvereln Hall, Los Angeles.
apl9-tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office (o No. 82 MAIN
; STREET, over Doner A Bradley's Furnl
§ lure store.
Office Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 lo G and 8
' 1011. Residence—Buena Vista street.
myltf
J. Bechtinger, M. D.,
(OF VIENNA,)
PHYSICIAN TO THE ITALIAN IN
■lepeudent and French M. U. Hocle
, ties. Oculist of the French Hospital in
San Franclsoo. All chronic obstinate
oases aud operations ou the eyes attend
ed to.
OFFICE — No, 701 Sacramento street,
. corner ol Kearny. Residence—SE. cor
ner Mason aud Paoiflc streets, San Fran-
I cisoo. ocS ly
I
■ Or. Chin Quong Zln,
I CHINESE DOCTOH.
I OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
cadia streets.
•a-Curea all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to 12 A. M. aud from
| 2 to 5 and 7to 9 p. M. apMlf
I HUGHES'
Russian and Electric Baths,
SIGNOIIET'S BUILDING, opposite
Merced Theater.
R. HUGHES, in returning thanks to
tbe publio for their liberal patronage,
can with confidence recommend his
BATH S
Aa the great PURIFIER end EQUAL
IZER of the human body, enabling the
system to throw off its Impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more Inspi
ration of air than can beootalned by
breathing, by opening tlie pores of the
skin and giving full play to the Insensi
ble respiration so neoessury to physical
health.
•VA female constantly on band to
walton ladles.
Open from 8 A. m. to 7 P. m. s23tf
Evergreen Laundry.
WASHING
Called for and delivered to any part
or the city, by
Reed St Phillips, Adams St.
Order* can be UN at the book ;store of
Mr. Bam Hellman, Spring St. olStf
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Morning Telegrams.
I'ttasruKeia F.lslan Huatll.
Mojave, June 13.—E Green,
Mrs Wilson and servant, Miss Wil
son, Miss R Wilson, Dr J C Shorb,
W Rea, W Flammon, C M Shef
field, E O Greenig, A M Fannough,
R M Wilson Jessie Rodgers, Miss
L Rodgere. Mrs Rodgers, W E
Htronacb, GH Weeks and family,
C H Armstrong, Mrsblioug, CHoy,
J Stanley, H Beelny, Mr Rodgers,
C Simme, T Gooch.
Tlie luillnu Cmui|imlku OIIHIUftI.
San Francisco, June 13th.—A
Boise City dispatch says that Gen.
Howatd arrived there this morning.
He soon learned the situation aud
came to the conclusion to mass his
troops at a sheep-ranch on the Win
nemucca road, take the field him
self aud make his headquarters
temporarily at the ranch, where he
cat) use the telegraph. Col. Whip
ple's command of two companies of
oavalry, now this side of Payette,
will bo .started on Ihe Middleton
road to cross Cafion Ferry, on
Boi.e river, and French John's
Ferry, on Snake river, and then
over the French John road to Camp
Lynns; thence to the sheep ranch.
Major Downey and Captain Mc-
Gregor with one company of infan
try and one of cavalry from Camp
Harney are expected at Suake riv
er to-morrow aud will keep up the
south side of the liver and take tbe
Sucker Creek road to tho sheep
ranch. Major Stewart's command
of eight companies of infantry num
bering about 250 men, now within
thirteen miles of Baker City, will
go up the south side
Snake River and follow Major
Downey and McGregor's trail, un
less the situation chaugesand other
orders follow before they arrive.
General Grover will go to Big
Camas Prairie Willi Captain Ben
dire's company, which will prob
ably arrive here 10-morrow. He
will meet Colonels Sanford and
Sumner with two companies of
cavalry there aud will scout the
country. The commanding officer
ut Fort Hall has been requested to
send a force this way direct to meet
General Grover on Big Camas.
Colonel Bernard is on his way to
the Sheep Ranch to protect the
Wiunemucca road. Orders have
also been sent lo the officers at Mc-
Dermilt and other points to fur
nish guards for stages, and, as far
us possible, to protect travelers and
settlers.
Aimed It«i>i-li«ri» at Bay.
Winnemtjcoa, June 13.—Parties
who arrived here last evening from
Paradise Valley farming district,
thirty milt s not Iheest of this place,
report that armed rancliers are as
sembled nt Kemler's store
anticipating au attack by
Indians to-night or to-morrow.
Auolher military company is being
organized here to tlay to tuke ilie
Held as soon as arms und arnmunl
tiod can he received from tlie State
authorities.
K**| tlbllCUlt Ai..|ltlllMl|(»..M.
San Francisco, June 13th.—The
Republican Nominating Conven
tion completed its ticket last even
ing by nominating J. A. Way mire
delegate at large in place of C. W.
Daniels, withdrawn, and Chas. M.
Plum it, place of 11. A. Sontag for
the city and couniy. The Conven
tion appointed a permanent Execu
tive Committee of twenty-five to
make all further required anange
menu, Ai'jourued sine die.
Ilie Ui-Hrinjlti..
San Francisco, June 13ih —Tho
Kearney wing of tlie Workingmen
held a meeting at Humboldt Hall
last evening to ratify nominations.
Except iv point of numbers tbe
meeting was not a success. A num
ber of names were refused ratifica
tion on account of charges brought
against the nominees which are
vow under Investigation by the
Ward Presidents.
Mtellua ol Hi" Ha> Fremiti « redll
<»r..
San Francisco, June 13th.— The
creditors of the May Festival held a
meeting yesterday afternoon, at
which it was determined that the
smaller creditors should at once
bring suit in the County Court, the
large creditors to lake no legal no
tion fur the present.
Democratic Candidal, n nt J.nrirr.
San Fkancisco. June 13, —The
Democratic Executive Committee
and candidates nominated on the
Democratic ticket met last even
ing to make nominations of dele
gates at large for the Second and
Third Congressional Districts, in
which the party has failed to put
up a straight ticket. The follow
ing are the nominations completing
the ticket of tho Second Congres
sional District: J. F. Montgomery,
Sacramento county; W. A. Sel
kirk, El Dorado; L. A. Note, Al
pine; Geo. Terrlll, Contra Costa;
Theodore Bagge, Alameda; John
Anderson, Nevada; R. B. Thomp
son, San Joaquin; John Nugent,
Alameda. Third District: C. W.
Llghtner, Napa; Jeremiah Dona
hue, Mendocino; Clay W. Taylor,
Shasta; R. C. Haile, Solano; A. D.
Bell, Marin; John S. Saunders,
Sonoma; Geo. H. Crossette, Butte;
Johu Hoggs, Colusa.
Niiu-Pnrthnn Meella; .1 Aitngt
Vriia.
Santa Cruz, June 13. —A large
and enthusiastic Non-Partisan
meeting was held here last night.
The meeting was presided over by
Col. Peyton. Ed. Martin, of Wat
■onville, delegate at large, was the
first speaker and created a very fa
vorable impression. J. H. Adams
succeeded and was followed by
Judge Craig In a long and in
teresting sneech which held the
attention of his audience for near
ly two hours.
Air* sled for ■■Ullffsllllff.
San Francisco, June 13.—Harry
Davy, second steward of the steam
er Oceanic, was arrested by United
States Detective Flnnegass yester
day, ou a charge of smuggling
opium. Davy was taken before
Commissioner O'Bierne, who held
bim In the sum of $5,000. '
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 14. 1878.
snu ft'r.tucisco Market*.
San Francisco, June 13 —Flour
—Unchanged. Wheat—2l3 sacks
new crop the first of the season
from Turlock, good milling sold at
$1 70; nominal choice milling, 1 80
@1 85. Barley—Dull; email sales
new bay feed, 92J0. Oats—Dull;
good to choice feetl, $1 [email protected] 45.
Corn—Demand for Mexico and sup
plies coming from Omaha. Califor
nia large yellow, $2(5)2 OJ. Hay-
Dull; new $7©12; old, [email protected] Po
tatoes— Dull; $1 78®?. Wool—Dull
and unchanged.
Uliot In n Drunken llrawl.
Bodie. Cal., June 13. —Thomas
McDonald shot and killed Alex.
Nixon Inst night In a drunken
brawl. Nixon was President of the
Miners' Union here.
Mexican Border Aarilatlou.
Galveston, Tex., Juue 13th.—A
Sau Antonio special says lhat a
gentleman who returned from Fort
Clark last Friday reports that Gen.
Nuncio, commanding the Mexican
Government troops, was killed by
Bscobetla's soldiers near that place
Saturday. Gen. Mackenzie arid Col.
Shafter with a strong force crossed
into Mexico iv pursuit of raiders,
about forty miles northeast
of the Pass, that night.
They were then obliged
to return to Texas immediately
and then telegraphed for reinforce
ments. Twenty companies of cav
alry have been sent to their as
sistance, with a section of artillery
consisting of Galling guns and two
rifled cannon. The troops have
fifteen days' rations and a heavy
train, with two experienced guides.
Exciting news is expected.
run,* Irom ibe U»»m>ek>.
Winnemucca, Nev., June 13 —
Many families of fleeing settlers
came In from Paradise Valley last
night. Thirty needle guvs aud 680
cartridges bave just been dispatch
ed to Paradise Valley, which wiil
be distributed to the people. An
escort of five armed citizens went
out on the noithwestern stage at
noon. Two or three companies of
troops are expected here from the
west at 2 P. M.
Tlie Potter luveall-rntli.it.
Washington, Juno 13.—Tho
Potter Investigation Committee
held a brief secret session to-tiay.
Immediately before tlie regular
meeting General Smith, late Ap
pointment Clerk of the Treasury
Department, was recalled and tes
tified that this morning he went to
the Secretary's office at the Execu
tive Mansion anil looked over tbe
record of letters aud fouud that
there had been a letter referred to
the Treasury Department March
10th, 1877, which had been written
to the President by a personal
friend recommending the appoint
ment of James E. Anderson.
Witness hail but one interview
witli the President in regard to
Anderson's appointment. He pro
duced a telegram from Stanley Mat
thews bearing tbe date ol January
301.1 i, addressed to himself, taken
from files of the Treasury Depart
ment, which he thought was in re
ply to a telegram petit by Secretary
Sherman. The telegram read us
follows:
" The letter referred to has been
received. No answer needed."
Witness hail written Matthews
and enclosed one of Anderson's
letter?, but did not remember the
contents of it.
Butler read a letter written by
Anderson, bearing date June 19tli,
1877, ill which he sal.l: "Any ward
bummer who desires appointment
is given a posit lon ns Collector of
Customs, etc."
Report OB Clio McMnrr.tliaii gjaai
■ lie Mom. la. j CswirrM-Oilier
U nail iiiic lon Ileitis.
"Washington, June 13th.—Wig
ginton, as Chairman of the sub-
Committee of the House Public
Lauds Committee, has prepared a
report favorable to McQarrahan,
which the full committee hus
authorized him to report to the
House for printing and recommit
tal.
France, Greece, Italy, The Neth
erlands, Hungary, Russia and
Switzerland have accepted invita
tions to the International Monetary
Conference, and Austria, Belgium,
Germany aud Great Britain have
the subject under consideration.
The select Matthews Committee
is to commence its labors to-day.
The session will be open to report
ers of the Associated Press only.
Jas. E. Anderson aud ex-Congress
man Dnrrall werosubpoonaed|to ap
pear.
Articles of Incorporation of the
Omaha aud National Park Rail
way, lobe built and operated be
tween Omaha aud Yellowstone
Park, were filed with the Secre
tary of State to day.
The Senate has confirmed John
C. Fremont Governor of Arizona.
Crowley P. Dyke, of Michigan, is
also approved us United States
Marshal of Arizona.
The House Committee on Public
Lands adopted a resolution re
questing the Secretary of the In
terior to take no action affecting
the title of New lilrla quicksilver
mines until the Committee shall
have acted upon the subject of the
McGarrahau claim at its next ses
sion.
Urniliinliua" Esereleea nl West
NMIi
West Point, N. V., June 13.—
About one thousand persons were
present at the exercises attending
the graduating of the first class of
cadets. At 11 o'clock the cadets
were inarched to a point In front of
the platform. Upon the platform
were seated President Hayes, Gen
eral Sherman, Sheridan and fichu
field, the Secretary of War and
others. A formal address to the
cadets was delivered hy Rev. Jas.
Lewis, of the Board or Visitors.
President Hays was received with
loud applause upou rising. When
quiet was restored he spoke In sub
stauce as follows: "My friends:
The very limited opportunity that
we have had to make ourselves ac
quainted with tho advantages of
this Interesting spot does not
authorise me to say much to these
young gentlemen about to leave;
but what we have seen enables us
to speak with satisfaction ami ad
miration of the thoroughness and
excellence of the instruction given
by this institution. Here some
thing more than learning is n
quired. The training is that which
leads up to the best specimen of
American manhood, and so, young
gentlemen, I feel authorized to s y
to you (hat we are hopefully inter
ested in you and we sympathize
with you. Last night we heard
upon the parade those favorite
tunes, 'Home, Sweet Home,' and
'Auld Lang Syne.' We were all
in sympathy with you. I merely
add lhat as you leave hern we,
your countrymen, feel confident
that, In any emergency, you are
ready with alacrity to do well your
parts."
All timet un. Iliindng.
Quebec, June 13ih.—All quiet
this merulng as yet. Montreal
troops arrived early this morning
and relieved "B" Battery aud the
Eighth Battalion on guard at the
Parliament Building and jail.
Wlint the forte will no.
Vienna, June 13.—1t 1b said that
the Porte does not iutend to make
a stand against the declaration of
independence of Roumania, Ser
via and Montenegro. In regard to
Asia, tho Turks will plead that
Russian possession of Kars would
leave a great part of the country
defenceless, and that the nation
alities ahout Batoum are opposed
to annexation to Russia.
Tlie Eastern 4'ouare.a Assembling.
Berlin, June 13 — Yesterday was
chiefly spent by envoys to the Con
gress in paying visits of ceremony
and iv introductions aud recep
tions. Stat* carriages with richly
caparisoned horses, out-rlders and
footmen in state costumes, rolled
about the streets all the afternoon,
conveying special envoys to uud
from the old castle, where they were
received iv audience by the Crown
Prince in the order of their time of
arrival in Berlin.
A Cliauge of sjluiairi •
Brussels, June 13. —In conse
quence of the success of the Liber
als in the iate election the Minis
ters havo resigned and Hulbert
Frere Oiban, a distinguished
statesman, has beeu entrusted with
the formation of a new Cabinet.
Besuutetl Wwrh.
London, June 13.—The opera
tives of a number of mills at Burn
ley and Todmarden resumed work
to day at ten per cent, reductiou.
Kens frunl tl»e Vuilean.
Rome, June 13.—1n consequence
of Hie result of Belgian elections
the Vatican has declined to recall
the Papal Nuncio from Brussels.
The Pope's health is decliuing and
his physicians declare his removal
from tlie Vatican Is necessary to
his recovery. A majority of the
Cardinals resist bis removal.
T.ie Kiillierur 4'ouvi,le.eltig.
Berlin, June 13.—Tlie Emperor
slept well last night and his condi
tion is so satisfactory that no other
bulletins will be issued to-day.
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.
ST REGULAR SALE on Saturdays
from 0 o'clock a. m. till 4 p.m. Special
Sales made at any time.
HOUSE.-). WAGONH, and all kinds of
goods bought and sold.
Reference fR. E. Hyde.Pres B'k Vlsalla
by perints'n i F. Spence, Cash Com B'k
JalStf 11. It. BROWN. Auctioneer.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
lE.
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
Eubllc. Particular attention paid to Real
state sales. Regular sale days for
Horses and rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, I intend to make my charges less
thau those of anybody else in tbe busi
ness, charging on real estatu two per
cent, for the first ,1000 and one pereeut.
on all sums above that amount.
Will buy FURNITURE, HORBEB,
WAGONS and al 1 kinds of property, and
pay easn.
N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
A. «. and close .14 p.
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern California.
nv2l
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
NEW PLACE.
ALFRED MOORE,
(Trom St. Paul, Minnesota,) is vow to be
found at
2 9 Spring street,
Next the Dollar Store. Send along your
Furniture, stoves, Bedding, Horses, Bug
gies. Wagons and other merchandise you
may have to dispose of. Auction every
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock precise
ly. Real Estate sales also attended to.
BOOKS, TOYS,
FANCY GOODS,
AND
Musical Instruments,
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS,
Can be found In
Immense Quantities
AND AT
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
novltr
•>CC in *"J7 AWEEKtnagenw.no
S3Q 10 Ol I outnt FREE I. O
VIOiTF.IIY. Angntta Maine. aeptawly
HOTELS.
United States Hotel,
HAMMEL & DENKER. Prop's.
Cor. Main and Requena Sts.
This hotel in an entire block,
from in* 320 feel on Hequcna street, 180 on
Mala and 85 feet on Lou Angelea tstreet.
THK ROOMS
Are airy, an i all contain Spring Beds,
with the latest improvements.
XKB3 TABLK
Is supplied with the b?st Ihe market
affords.
KATES MOUKRATHI.
A Free Omnibus la attached to Ihe ho
tel, and baggage Is conveyed gratis lo
and from the depot.
The United States Hotel is centrally
located, opposite the Court House, aud Is
near the Postofßce and Land Offlce.
Call and see us. You will receive good
treatment. lttiNKY HAMMEL.
A. 11. DENKER.
ST, CHARLES HOTEL,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
S. W. CRAIGUE A CO..
Proprietors.
The St. Charles is located In tbe busi
ness centre of the city, and Is the largest,
most elegant and completely organized
Hotel In Southern California.
Free coach to the house.
J. A. GORDON, Manager.
dVWestern Union Telegraph In Hotel
offlce. Jyiitr
MOJAVE HOTEL
Mojuvt' Junotion, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPAREI) *B±
to receive Its numerous
and the traveling public in general. Be?
Ing entirely new aud splendidly fur
nished, It affords superior accommoda
tions.
ITS TABLE D' HOTE
Is second to none in Southern California
THE BAR Is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors anil cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is also
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast an 1
supper, it is the point of departure for
1 the celebrated Inyo county mines, vis.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo aud Pau
amlnt. TheofHceof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is al tliis hotel. The patronage of c
traveling public Is respectfully solicited.
MATTHEW* 4 BOYD,
re2l-tf Proprietors.
THE
Commercial Restaurant
DOWNEY BLOCK.
Formerly Hotel Dcs Princes,
18 THE ONLY
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT
IN THE CITY.
V. DOL, Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
SIERRA MADRE TILLA,
A Private Hotel on the mesa or table
lands of the Sierra Hadre Mountains.
Climate unsurpassed for
Summer or Winter Residence.
Commands a charming view of valley
and mountain, overlooking the Ran G*V
brtel orange groves; Is four miles from
railroad and telegraph station; house en
tirely now, lighted by gas, aud coutaius
all modern conveniences.
A School for children on the pjemlscs.
For particulars addtess proprietor, P. O.
Box 1141. Los Angeles.
ANAHEIM HOTEL,
Cor. of CESTER & LEMON Sts,
Wit OMS large, sunny and airy
TABLE supplied with all tbe luxuries
the market affords.
aug-FREE COACH to tbe Hotel,
apiatr E. DUNHAM, Proprietor.
FOR SALE.
RARE CHANCE FOR A
BARGAIN.
70 Acersin the Azusa-Duarte
Water Rights Perfect and
Title Good.
FARM HOUSE, BARN & COR
RAL ON PREMISES.
WFIFTEEN ACRES IN WALNUTS,
five years' growth. Also, variety of Fruit
Trees between the walnuts.
TERMS MODERATE Apply person
ally or by letter to
A. J. HORN,
mr2tr Postmaster at El Monte.
XX o <£t)/"i Ft " "ay. *' home
<pO H V4ml\J Hsmples worth tl,
free. BTtitoa A Co., Portland. Me.
marltd w
LINES OF TRAVEL.
"pacific coast
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Goodull. I'erktus A Co Agents,
Sau Francisco.
San Francisco and Los Angelef,
EXPRESS LINE,
JUNK SCHEDULE.
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Both steamships call at Port Hanord
(SanLulsOblspojand Santa Barbara; also,
on down trip, at Ananelm Landing for
rrelghtonly. The Senator calls at San
Buenaventura also every trip.
EVPassengers for San Francis o take
the train for Santa Monica tbut leaves
Los Angeles at t:3S P. M., Lot Angeles
time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
THB STEAMERS
Senator and Orizaba
Lreave Santa Mon'ca and San Pedro for
San Dlogo. June 1, 0, 11, lU, 21, 26, and
July I.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles f,>rSau Pedro at 3.45 v. m,,
Los Angeles time.
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles.
(Payable in Gold.)
Cabin. Steerage.
To sau Francisco |IA 00 $10 00
To Port Harford 12 00 9 00
To Santa Barbara ti CO ti 00
To San Diego 8 50 0 60
Pliius of steamers'cabins at agful'Mofnce,
where berths may ba nvciired.
FOtt WAY FORTS.
The steamer Constantino leaves Sau
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Krancisco every Sunday, calling al all
way ports.
Freight steamers leave San Frauclvoo
for s in Diego and way ports about every
ten days, carrying souk, combUMtlbles,
etc.
For Passage or Freight as above,or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to IL McLELLAN, Local
Ageut, Oiiice, No. 66} Maiu street,
over tbe Ouiuiueroial Hank, Los
A nice It-s.
SOUTHERN PACIFICRAILROAD
—AND—
S 1' X A M E It S.
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
Wilmington Divisions.
Important Change of Time
On and after Monday. Dec. 17th,1K77, and
until further notice, iruius win ruu every
day as follows:
LEAVE LOS ANGELES:
Fob— Arrive.
Wilmington 10:36 a. m. 11:65 a.m.
Sun Frauclsco 1:16 p. m. U:hi c. m.
" Aecom'datlon In :;t"> a. m. TUN A.D.
Yuma m. „ 2:26 p. it. 7:uo a. m.
Wilmington 8:30 " (IN c. m.
Santa Alia 4:00 " Oao "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
Leave— Arrive.
Yuma _.. 6:30 p.m. 10:15 a.m.
Santa Ana tl::W a. M. «:■"« "
Wllmlnoton .7:45 '• 9:10 »
Wilmington 1:0 UP. M. i!:2OP. v.
San Kianei5e0............ 4:00 " 1:55 "
" Acoom'datton 4:30 " 11:66 a.m.
Trains run dally to Yuma, counectlng
with steamers for Aubrey, Kbrenberg
aud intermediate landl ngs ou the Colo
rado about three times per month,
sleeping cars will be run dally.
Tra'nswlll be run by Sau Francisco
tliue.
T. H. GOODMAN,
vien'l Pass, and Ticket Agt.
A. IN. TOWNE, Gen'l Sup't.
j:.. K. HEWITT. Ass't Sud'L
LOS ANGELES & INDEPENDENCE
RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT.
15th, 1577, trains will run dally on
this road as follows:
Leave
8 P Arrive Leave Arrive In
Depot Slt Depot 8. Muica S. Mnlca
L Angl's L. Angel's
030 A.M. 18:40 A. M. 117.40 A.M. 11030 AM.
4.40 P.M.|t:2o P. M. ||t:.O P.M. |5:40 P.M.
On steamer days trains will connect
with the P.O. Steamship Co.'s steamers
tor San Franolsco aud tiau Diego. Hee
their advertisement.
WM. J. L. MOULTON.
olltf Ass't Sup't.
Montana Meat Market.
FKiKI.I NO XX A FRANK, fVHBT
Tbe best and tenderesl Meat.
In tbe mar keL. None but the oVEflBc
Prlmast Boot and Mutton
ever to be found. Note th* addreos—Mon
tana Meat Market. Main Street, near
(Int. Loa Angelas
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
J. STRELITZ,
Fashionble Merchant Tailor,
TkTo. 12 TEMI'LE Block, Spring-street,
J> Los Angeles. He has the LARGEST,
FINEST ANl> BEST STOCKED TAILOR
ING ESTABLISHMENT In Southern
Csll'orula. His old customers and the
publio will And It the place to get BEST
STYLES and FITTING obtainable.
NEWEST BROADCLOTHS,
BEAVERS, DOESKINS,
DIAGONALS,
FANCY CABSIMEREB,
VELVET A SILK VELVETING,
Constantly on hand. Refers to the prin
cipal gentlemen of the city, lor whom be
has made clothing.
aarNo necessity to send to San Fran
ciaoo for good flttlng suits. decUO-tf
' BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' A MERCHANTS'
HAlSli
Of Los Augeies.
CAPITAL 500,000 OO
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
„. . Cashier
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
ISAIAS W. HMLI.MAII, ECOF-NE MEYER,
O. W. Chi i.os, 1,. 0. uoodwin ,
CHAHLSS DuCOMM UN, JOSE M ASCABEL,
Johns. Griffin, C E. Thou,
Frank I.ecouvkeuk.
Exchange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Day and Holl
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay the highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, on al) moneys
leit as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
lowed.
Commercial Bank
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
M. 8. PATRICK Presldcut
E. F. SPENCE Cashier
DIRECTORS.
M. S. Patrick, 8. H. Mott,
A. A. Wilcox, H. Mabcry.
M. WOODWOHTH, I. LANKEBSUIM,
O. 8. Witherby, Jno. G. Cafkon,
J. E. Hollenbeck.
This Bank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open aeoount. Issue Certificates
*>f Depieut, and transact a general Bank
ing Sunluess.
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIN STREET,
Tjoh Angeles - Cal
Capita! Stock (paid up), 300,000
J. S. BLAITSON President
It, s. BAK Kit Vice-President
J. M. Kt.LIoTT Cutaler
DIRECTORS.
J, S. sj.auson, P. BKAumtr,
V. A, HotIVRK, ItOBBKT N. I.AKKR,
J. Bixby, <itto. W. I'ulm ott
A. W Bowman.
Reef Ive Savings It.ink deposits.
liuy and sell exchange ou San Francisco,
New York, London, Paris. Berlin and
Frankfurt.
B. iy exchange on all parts or the United
Slates and Europe.
Receive money on open acmnni and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
hanking and exchange business.
J M. GRIFFITH & CO. ~
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
Ott.V I.KItS IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Wood worth & Co.'s
I.UMHEB YARDS
-aid-
PL ANI N Q MILLS,
Mo. I* « o.omerelHl street, a r.r
Rnllrood Repot, mrtn-tr—
J. G. JACKSON
Lumber I>ei*ler*
Corner Alameda and First Straetl.
OK A I,Kit IS
DOORB, WINDOWS, BUNDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OP
PARIS, CEMENT AND
HAIR.
I'll fj A A A f *!£?.*.• n - "swsi^-u
asm
NO. 13
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Mason lo Notice.
M I*" Ange Ira I odg c ■•. «». f.
* A. M—The elated ra ..tints
YY of thl» Lodge are held ea tfia
fIratMONDAY of each monWat
/ w^ r „ '=»»■• M. Member, of P.81.1
-paa. No. 902, and all Muter Maaon. In
good standing are cortlally Invited.
By order of th* w: -M: •
Chas. Smith, Secretary.
LssAnjalu Chaplir Nt. as, „.. a; .
Stated convocations on So
MONDAY of each mnlk
■tat Uf Sojourning oompanlon. In
fTV/W good standing •ordlally In.
vlted. By order of
I I Sam. PrtAoga,
■—t Secretary.
Lot anjele* Cttntll Nt. 11, Rani gat
ttltet Masters, F. • a. NL™
Holds Its stated assemblies on the 4th
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall,
at 7:10 p. m Sojourning Companions In
good standing are fraternally Inviud to
■"end. By order of th. Th:- Hi.
R. G. CCKNINOHAM. Keoordar.
IQHTB TEMPLAR
Ot Lit* Ct*Biaattry Nt.
Holds its stated conclave, at the Am-
THURSDAY of each month, at 7K o'clock
r. m. Sojourning Knight. Templar In
good standing are cordially invited to at
tend. By order of th.
J. C. Lrrn.KriXLD, Recorder.
I. o. o. f.
0 II I- «»- o. r.-lteguiar meeting.
of this Lodge are held .vera
at Odd Fel „*•*• Hall, Downey Bleea.
an <«'oJo'/'tilng brother. In got o
standing are Invited to attend.
_ „ E- A. PREUSS. N. O.
Knap. W. Wood, roc. See.
Loa Augeie* lMpi» as, I. O. •>.».
.SaSMlkv ... I'egnlar meeting bold on
M SB WEDNESDAY EVENING ol
week at 7(< o'clock. Su
. lonrnlng brethren In good
standing are cordially Invited.
A. FKA.tk.R.S. /W BAKD - K a
Orange Grove Encampment, Nt. 31.1.0.
0. F.
REGULAR MEETINGS held
■ Njun the Second and fourth
"SimKVtuESDAYS of each month al
7 H p - Sojourning Patri
archs in good -landing are cordially Invi
ted to attend.
„ ~ C C. LIPS, C. F.
B. Marxsek. Scribe.
® Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No, SS,
racer* every Thursday evening, at
7 o'clock, at th. Castle-Hall,
Downey Block. All sojourning Knight.
In good standing are cordially Invited.
r. A - DUNSMdDR.O. O.
C. E. Miles, K. of R. a.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2.
« REGULAR MEETINGS ol
J Ufa this Company will take place
on tbe nnd Wednesday .ve
jgSJBJBJB nlng of each month, at (
o'clock. By order,
" m *^* wm W. s. MOORE, Secretary.
SIR ABTLEY COOPER'S
VITAL RESTORATIVE !
The great English remedy for Nervosa
Debility, Spermatorrhea and I rcmature
Decline of Physical Force.
The Vital Restorative
Will positively cure, thoroughly and
c,. lly ' Bl> y c » ,e ot EXHAUSTED
VITALITY or Nervous Debility, either
acute orof long standing, and in either
sex, no matter from what cause pro
duced.
The Vital Restorative
Is a thoroughly aclentlflo prescription, la
not a quack nostrum, hence perfectly
safe to lake; is pleasant to th. taste,
supplies to the cerebro spinal and sym
pathetic system of nerves new force,
Purifles and Enriches
The bloon. rejuvenating and relnvigorat
ing both mind and body, 'thousands,
both in this country and In Europe, can
testify to the great restorative properties
of this really great medicine.
Price, 13 per bottle, or four time. tb.
quantity i»r fly. sen! lo any address se
cure Irom observation.
Address all letters to
A. E. MINTIE, M. D.,
(Gruduate of tbe University of Pennsyl
vania and late Resident Surgeon to the
Orthopcsdlo Hospital of Philadel
phia,)
No. 752 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
Sole Agent.
P. B.—DR. MINTIE can be consulted
In reference to tbe above complaint, dur
ing office hours from » a. m. to 8 p. m.
dally, and from 6 to 8 In tbe evening.
Suiioays, 10 A. M. to Ip. m. Consultation
FREE. Thorough examination and ad
vice, IS. Full directions and advice Ire.
with every package of medicine, lytvtf
The Steams Ranchos,
Af.FK.ED KOItI>NO>, Trustee,
MS Market St.. Nan t raurl.ro, tal.
Hl\ S W W ■ ACRES OF LAND FOR
<J\J*\J\J\J sale, In lot. to suit, .alt
able for the culture of Orange., Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, peaehea.
Apples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley,
Flax, Ramie, Cotton, etc, and also many
thousand acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Cit
able tor Dairying.
Good water la abundant at an average
depth of six feet from the surface. On al
most every acre of this land FLOWING
ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained,and
the more elevated portions can be lrrt
{ated by tbe water ol the Santa Ana river,
lost of these lands are naturally moist
requiring only good cultivation to produm
crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; talance la
one, two and three years, with 10 per cm
Interest.
I will take pleasure in showing these
lands to parties seeking land, wbo arj
invited to come and see thla extensive
tract before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OI.DEN, Ageni.
Anaheim. Lo. Angeles county, Dee. lit,
APPLE TREES.
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
PLE TREES.
I nm prepare 1 to sell,at hli precedent
edly low flrures, eighty thousand apple
ire*;-, of the most approved varieties.
Those who propose to set out orchard*
would do well to call and examine my
sto-k. lam also prepared to sell PEAK
and other orchard trees, on favorable
terms. My ooject In sucrl doing the**
trees U to re-tire from the nursery bust«
ness-
G. J). COMPTON,
COMPTON, Lo* Angles Co., Cat
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