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VOL. XI. Hriw' *vp. v morning except Mon t»t»y, BY .ioh*ci*h r>. iw-xc^m. TKRtfIS FOR DAILY HERALD: (*or annum, by mall or express 8^ Six months " " \ TbTM months 41 " ■•*■••» ■ Delivered by curriers, per woek 25 cents ANGELES WEEKLY HERALL s <>il>llsbe>l every Saturday ruornlQK. TIGRMH. t»:ie /ei»r,ny mall or ex press,one oopy..Sßot six tnontlis, " " " ' 4 M.l i Ur.e " " ...1 01 Ad Mrttsementa Inserted at reasonable ral iw, '.II Kluila of Job-Work done to l'inii|H)t« Willi Shi. Frauelaco In Crlee.Hl> io. (.11(1 EltfllUL'S ol Work' ■MftMelafe. Morning Telegrams. Passengers Cfrjinß San Francisco, Jan. 15 — The Ancon sailed at 9 o'clock A. M. will) tin; following lid of passen cere: 0 X Seward. Miss F. Wilt, Miss L Bhaffcr, O P Hagir, Mr,! Anderson, G Cnepp, WmO'ivtul, it Woods. I'lbNeeitaerH 0.-iiik Smcjiili. Mojave, Jan. 15.—L II Titus, I. A Wilmot, J S Clark, 0 A Hop kins, Mrs LMD Dart, Windy Al len, N Baker, J Gildmaker, Mis Baker, E T Howe. 11. uric ; >irntir tlte I'nolllc Revenue lleunrf IHdlt. San Francisco, Jan. 15—A com plete reorganization of the Inter nal Revenue Department through out the Pacific States anil Territo ries has been commenced under the charge of Special Revenue Agent Wm. A. Garrett, who came here about a mouth ago from Washing ton for that purpose. Tlie work Includes a revision of the bounda ries of districts and a thorough weeding out of incompetent offi cials. Garrett has established a sort of Training school at Ills office in the Baldwin hotel where deputies aw examlnid as to their qualifications and in structed in their duties. The bound aries of tlic fourteen divisions into which Ihe fiist district of Califor nia is divided, and including the southern portion of the State, has beet, already established and nlll cials appointed. The work of reor ganization will bo continued as rapidly-us possible until extended over the entire Coast. "aluKO'K she B'oi.-le." San Francisco, Jan. 15. —Victor Mason aud Charles Cnrones have been arrested and locked up on a charge ,of robbing Nicholas Hen niker of $2,600 by means of a con fidence game known as "tinging the boodle." It proves that they are members of (lie gang which have been operating here for the lust two years, in which time they have succeeded in some eleven or twelve cases, to Uio aggregate amount of $25,000. CetlUloii ou tlM* Central B'nelllo Roatl. San Francisco, Jan. 15.—The west-bound passenger train on the Central Fucific Kailroad collided with au east-bound freight train at Otono Station uear Elko yester day. Both engines were damaged aud cars piled up, but nobody was seriously injured. Smii Bxntnrrttni'. Han Bernardino, Jan. 15.—The rain fell iv torrents for several hours yesterday afternoon. A heavy body of snow fell In tho mountains on the north. During the night a strong north wind pre vailed, accompanied with a heavy frost. It is now quite clear with a warm, invigorating sunshine. The thermometer at 8 o'clock A. M. stood at 39 degrees. It is currently reported on the streets that Dr. J. C. Peacock, who has served as Postmaster for the Inst fourteen years, has resigned. There are sevetal applicants for the vacancy. Arizona Lag lalnl pi . . Prescott, A. T., Jhii. 15.—1n the Council l lie cum mil tee appoint ed for the purpose reported the ad visability ot adopting the Califor nia Code by the present Legisla ture. Mr. Neod introduced a bill to erect county buildings ill Yavapai county. Welcome gave notice of his in tention to introduce a bill author izing a loan on the faith and cteilit of the Territory, and t > provide for continuing the erection of the Ter ritorial Prison. Hughes introduced a bill entitled an Act to aid and encourage min ing operations in the Territory of Arizona. The distinctive feature of the lull is a provision exempting all quartz mills, smelting furnaces and reduction works in operation in Arizona from taxation of every kind except pro rata taxation for the support of public schools; said exemption continuing three years from the passage of the Ant. The ■bill was read the first and second times and referred to the Commit tee on Mines anil Mining. Kirkpatrick presented a memo rial in reference to Spaisnh and Mexican land grants In Aiizona. Bead and referred. D. B. Wright was appointed Chaplain of both Hnusrs. It was reported that Chapman, one of the escaped United States prisoners, has been captured near Brad'haw. The weather is very cold. THo California Hint, Ban Francisco, Jan. 15 —The California Mining Company held its annual meetlui; at 1 o'clock to day. Following are the main features of the Secretary's report: Qross product of the mine for the year, $10,949,078.93. Bullion on hand, $033,546 TO. Total reserve, $633 026 80. Principal I Inn- of ,Ps btiMMleiite —dl vldeixtn, $7 020,0U0; reduclinn. $1,270,128 50; salariesand w»\reH $874,119 Go;diacountoii silver $504.372 80; supplies In Virginia, $340 241)45; taxe-, $255 432 12; hoisting, $126,050 58; refining, $103,222 38; (J &C. Hi Hit, $89,500 The superintendent's report, ufier reviewing operations of the year, pays, in brief, that, leaving out nf consideration the 1500 anil 1550 levels, which are worked out, there remain in sight in the other level" blocks nf good ore, and it is not unreasonable to suppose (hat low gmde ore which exi-ts there inuy improve on further explora tion, and portions of these levels remain entirely tin explored and are yet to be pros pected, especially the. three lower levels. 8o far as advanced In those levels the formation seems favor able. He feels encouraged to hope for renewnl prosperity tothomine not only from visible indication", but from developments beinir made at i:renter depths in Sierra Nevada and at other points on the Coin stock. The Sierra Nevada Company also held itsuunual meeting at I p. M. The Secretary's report shows re ceipts t f $550 000 from assessments and $3 440 from othersourees. Total disbuts'raetits, $477,175 07; cbbli on hand, $77,130 03 I lie Superintend ent's report levlewu the progress of development, which Is practically a repetition of what has heretofore heeu nutilished in the columns of the press. He expresses Ihe belief that the ore body is widening as it goes down, and entertains a favor able opinion of the prospects of the mine. The company has been at considerable expense in enlarging its machine and carpenter simps, building foundations for a new air compressor, which is expected to he in position by tils 35th prox., and for new machinery. Probable Osrsiaa of tlte Pow«l»r .Httt MssnaslvM', San Francisco, Jan. 15.—Jns- Itesgan, who had charge of mix ing ucids at. tho powder mill works which blew up yesterday, slates that just before the explosion Ed ward Alonlze, oneof the nie.i killed, was employed with a hammer and nails iv repairing a hopper In which lie was mak ing Cartridges, licagan warned him oT ihe danger, but Monizo re plied that he hail worked in v pow der mill before and knew his Inisi ness. Reagan left tho building with six Chinamen and had gone but a short distance when Ihe explosion occurred. The Coinpaiiv had full insurance on their stock of nitre, part of which is saved, ! and also the dwellings of superintendent and chemist. The risks were with the Ijnntron and Liverpool and Globe, Norwich and Imperial Insurance Companies, The loss is now considered not over from ten to twenty thousand dollurs. Body Kmi'xi to Ins nay. San Francisco, Jan. 15.—Tho body of an unknown man was found in the by near Greenwich Dock last evening,and hud evident ly been in the water but a few minutes. Til* ColtVeillliln. Sacramento, Jan 15,—The Con vention met 9:30 A. M., 103 mem bers present. Holmes presented a petition from citizens of Fresno county, asking exemption of church aud educa tional property. Wyatt's amendment to Hie rules for sessions Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings of enclt week, elicited a long discussion, and the amendment was lost, failing to get a two-thirds vote. The Convention went Into Com- 1 mittee oi tho Whole ou water and i water rights. Section 2, under consideration, provides tli.it the un appropriated waters of the lakes and rivers of the State are declared ' to be public property and may be appropriated by individuals or corporations, subject tv such con ditions and restrictions as the Leg islature may impose. Tlie Aoll'Clauieae ami Oilier Hills Hi lint- I'onirri as. Washington, Jan. 15.—Willis,, of Kentucky, just before the ad journment of the House yesterday, presented the bill and accompany ing report of the Education . and Labor Coin in it tee concerning Chi nese immigration for printing ami recommittal and also obtained unanimous consent for the Com mittee to report back the bill ou the 28th instant for action as' tile special order for that day. This or 1' of the House will almost certi. nly ecuro a vote npnn tho measure . > weeks from to day. The Pacitic Coast delega tion, aided by members of the Committee, will, however, vigilant ly exert themselves to make as surance doubly sure by guarding against a possible displacement of I bis special order by matters of higher privilege, bucli as unfinished business going on, and uuder oper ation of the previous question, etc. Speeches in favor of the bill will he delivered by General Garfield, Haskell, ofKan-as, Murey, of Mis< isstppi, and others, beside Willis and several Pacific Coast Represen tatives, Including Horace Davis. The Ways und Means Committee to-day agreed to recommend Ihe passage of the bill recently Intro duced by Page to remove the pres ent discrimination against the Cal ifornia savings banks in the matter of taxation, exempting from lax not oulv the amount of deposits invested in United States securi ties, hut, also $2.0(10 of each deposit mailt in the name of a person, Arm or corporation. Tills Is Ihe provisjon offered by Horace Davis at the last session as an amendment to the lull then pending for the consolidation of the Internal Reve nue laws. Page's bill also contains a sect ion ie mil ting all uncollected taxes on insolvent savings banks. Sargent introduced a copy of the hill to-day in the Senate. Che lurilnii I'winwnlKM I" N* BiraaliH. Ft. ROBINSON, Neb., Jan. 15 — Ou Hundsy night the Indians in the bed of Indian creek, on Hat i creek and on the road about twenty i miles from this post, seeing no aye LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16. L 879 nue of escape, determined to retain their pie-ent vantage ground. Consequently, in anticipation of a further vigorous attack on the part of the troopß, they strengthened their position by improving their rifle pits during the night. At twelve o'clock the next day a ten pound Napoleon gun was brought upon the scene of action,but, owing to the nature of the position as sumed by the Bavages, the gun could not be sufficiently depressed to play upon the position. A num ber of shells and solid shot were thrown as near a* pwsible to the position occupied by them, but with apparently no effect. Affairs ntoOd thus at dark Monday night the 13th. Tuesday morning, on making a reconuois-ance of the ground held by the Indians on the previous day, the officers wete in formed to their dismay that they hud escaped during the night. Owing to the fact that the troops had no provisions on hand the coaimauder found it impracticable to follow their trail; consequently the troops re. timed to camp with a view to equip a pack train and Mutt on a prolonged scout. lee Off-Ken I v 01il(» fkitrt Ken- Ulcny KlverH. Cincinnati, Jan. 15 —The ice gorges a oug the Ohio and Ken tucky rivers continue dangerous and destructive. At Beattysville, Kentucky, the damage to boats has been $50,000. On the Cumberland river, it Elizabethtnwn, the steam er Siahlmau broke from her moor ings and is a complete wreck. ■>ta nre in New York City New York, Jan. 15—At 2 o'clock this morning a number of firemen and nearly all the police men on duty at the burning of Brook's Building, Broadway and Grand streets, itad been with drawn. Then only the Broadwuy wall and about twenty feet ot the connecting wall on Grand street were standing. Tin* Nenntorlal conical Iv Itlluuls, Chicago, Jau. 15.—The Senato rial contest is increasing in in tensity. L.ngan has a very thor ough organization and, as the machine is under his control und he Is threatening future rewards and punishments, his nomination in caucus Friday night is looked for; but, as there is almost certain to be a bolt if he is nomiuateti,' the final result is doubtful. Seiialor Ogleshy does not know how to rally his friends,and it would seem to be impossible for him to be bis own successor. If elected, he will owe his success entirely to Farwell, Who is urging his friends to vote for Orflesby. Prominent Dcmn ciats have indicated to Farwell that, if there is a bolt, they will vine for him or any man lie may name. Administration represent atives are taking no part in the contest, but a few Postmasters, long in office, are working for Lo gan without regard so the civil ser vice order. %%'res.Hi.*: svliu lli« Appr tiirlullou Sins. Washington, Jan. 15 —The Hou-e Committee on Appropria tions t"-day devoted its session of nearly live hours to detailed con sideration of a new measure report ed from the sub committee of which Hewitt is Chairman for a possible incorporation of ihe army appro priation bill in view of the expect ed failure of the bill reported from Burnside's Committee. The new measure In all its essential features met with the approval of the full coin mi i tee, bu', after some discus cussion, it was unanimously agreed that formal action upon it be de ferred a reasonable time to afford B iiiuing an opportunity In test the sense of the House upou the Burn side Couimiitee's bill. itclilue g|i..|» t««iil Eualues nurued. Aichison, Ks., Jan. 15 —Four engines mid tho machine shops of the Atobison and Nebraska Rail road were burned here this morn ing; loss $100,000. I'ling resalonal. Washington, Jan.ls.—Senate. —Voorhees submitted a resolution instructing the Commiteee on In dian Affairs to inquire into the circumstances which led to the re cent escape of Cheyenne Indians from Fort Sill, Texas, and their slaughter by Uuited States forces. Agreed to. Democratic Senators held a cau cus this morning to consider their course on the resolution recently submitted by Einiunds declaring the lost three Constitutional amend mentsdiily ratified; that laws al ready enacted fur their enforcement should be faithfully executed, aud that Congress should further pro vide for their enforcement by ad ditional legislation. After some discussion the subject was referred to a committee of seven, headed by Judgo ThurmaH, to report to a fu ture caucus. A committee of three, with Senator Morgan Chairman, was appointed to report what fur ther action, if any, should be taken to secure the repeal of both sections of the revised statutes, which pre scribe teat oaths for jurors in United States Courts. Allison, from tho Conference on the Military Academy Appropria tion bill, submitted a report which was agreed to, the House having agreed to the report yesterday. The bill now goes to the President. The bills on the calendar not ob jected to were considered uuder the live minute rule. The House bill reported from the Committee of Ways and Means, for tho issue of certificates of d» posit of the denomination of $10, hearing tuterest of Ihree per cent, ami convertible ut any time into four per cent, bonds, was taken up and discussed. The House Committee on Bank ing and Currency In-day authorized Representative Ewing to offer the following amendment to the bill now pemling ou the calendar of the House providing for tbe repeal of the resumption act—provided that money hereafter received from any sale of hondsnf the United States shall be applied only to the redemption of other bonds bearing the highest rate of interest and subject to call: - provided further, that whenever from time to time the proceeds of sales of bonds Bhull aggregate 13,000,000 the Beciclary ot the Tiea-ury shall Issue a call for that amount of bonds to be rede .mcd, and interest on bonds called for re demption shall cease thirty days from date of such call; and provided further that all United States notes received in the treasury shall bo reissued and kept in circulation without, ani change in the aggregate amount of the several denominations exi-ting on December 31st, 1878, and It shsll not be lawful to issuu legal tender notes of a larger denomination than one thousand dollars. The United States District Attor nev for Utah is here arranging for a vigorous enforcement of tho luw prohibiting polygamous marriages. Tl*«- lin.,rDU lli* TrnVKIH. LONDON, Jan. 15 —A corres pondent at Tashkent! telegraph?, under dale of January 12'h, that General Kauffman has invited the Ameer to come to Fttah kend. Tht* Ameer cannot arrive there before February Bill. Credible advices in dicate that Yakooli Kaliu will soon usurp the throne of (Jabul. lUmo f r Mlver li, lltt. l,<t, ( (|i,,t Has (a el London, Jan 15 —The rise in the price of silver to 50 pence per ounce yesterday was in conse quence of tile demand Tor India and further udvance in Indian ami China exchanges. Germany Is not tillering any uf Its slock of silver at present rates. Bin ll'.lie far Hie Hurled .ttloerN London, Jan 15—Eighty yards of the roof of Dina's mine, at the shaft, fell after tlie explosion stop ping ventilation. Explorers cannot enter tho mine. There is no hope of rescue for tho sixty moti en tombed. PHYSICIANS. Dr. Kirkpatriek. Office and Residence—No. 15FUANKLIN SHtEET. fe2B-lm Or. H. P. RICHARDSON, L-Mi.yisleinn und fr'sii-areon Residence, Fort Hill, I Ofneo, Masonrel tineaa Visla Rlreel. I BllLdiU£,upstairs. ~J. HANNON, M. COUNTY PHYSICIAN. MABCARE . BUILDING,UPSTAIRS Ut'sldenco Downey Avenue. Efts] L. i> Angeles, near the cud fl streol rail* way. uilleo hours from 10 to 12 a. M.ifroni 1 to I P. M. ap2o-tf Or. Joseph Kurtz lias removed Uli otTlce lo No. 82 MAIN STREET, over Hotter it ltradluy's Furnl luro store. < nitce Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 to « anil S .o 11.I 1 . Residence—Buena v'lst.n street. myltr CORNS, BUNIONS, INORUWINO nails and all feet discuses, treated hy A. I,ABONUE, Chiropodist Cupping leoohine and Hwcodlsh hand running. Co ncr of Kir-tand ktaln sireels. n2f> "TaTvyiTrs] J. It. McCON.NELL. ATTORN X V AT LAW, Rooms No 7d and 77, Temple Block. J. O. EASTMAN. A. J. KINO. EASTMAN & KING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Nos. 3, 4, 0 nod 0, STRFLITZ BLOCK, SPRING STREET. <U«« JOHN C. MOKUAN, ATT'IRNKY AT LAW, O.ltce witlt J. O. Eastman, Strolltz Bio k,Spring street. ml. V. K. HOWARD. F. H. HOWARD. J. BROSJ-EAU. Howard, Iliosseau & Howard, A TTORNF.YS AND COUNSELLORS I\. AT LAW. R .0m5,68,H7 and 68 Ter n Block, third Uoor, Los Angeles. febS-tf J. A. GRAVES, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL LOR AT LAW. Jv3tf BAKER BLOCK. S. C. HUBBELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 3 and 4 UuGummuni Block, corner Mum A Commercial Btroets, Los /vngetes. may7-lf F. P. Ramirez, ATTOKNU V AT LAW. OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, Los Ange'eß, niU-lnt BUSINESS CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 and 14. McDonald Block, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. septtttf W. It. J. BKOOKS. OKORGK J. CLAKKE. W.u. tt. BOSSKLi., Att'y ntLaw. BROOKS, CLARKE & RUSSELL, Searchers of Records and Exam i not s of Titles. sisr ALLEN'S BUIDINO, corner Spring and Temple streets. CANTERBURY 4 II VSKKI.L. Huston and East Weymouth. W. L. HASKELL A CO., Bjston and Lynn. R. G. HASKELL & CO., MANI'FACTURKIU OF Soots *Sc Shoes, 121Sansomo St., Sau Francisco, Cal. H'Ve sell ONLY goods of our own manufacture. SWBuv only R. O. HASKELL* CO.'B CALF BOuTS AND SHOES. They are the beat on the Pacifle Coast J ;i-3iu MISCELLANEOUS. THE SUNJOR 1879. THE SUN will be printed every (Mg during tfao yoar to como. Its putposo and method will bo the same as in the past: To present all the news in a readable tdiape, aud to tell iho truth though tho hoavtna fall. THE SUN has been, ie, and will con tinue to be independent or everybody and everything .aye the Truth and its own convictions of duty. 'J hat is tho polioy which has won for this newspaper the cou litjcnoe and frundship of a wider consiitu ency ton was evtr enjoyed by any other American Joun al. THE HUN is tko newspaper for the peo p!o. Zt is not lur tho rich man ug'in»t tho poor num. or for t- poor man against tho rich man, but it n i ..s to do equal jus tice to all clauses in the eommuniiy It is nut tho organ of any person, clubb, Beet or party. 'Jhero need bo no mystery about its loves and hates. It is for the honest man agatnm tho rogues every time. It is fur thu houest Democrat as agaitist the dishonest Ittpubiican, aud for the honest liepublicau as agaiust tho dishonest Dem ocrat. It does not take its cue from the utterances uf any politician or political or ganization. It gives its support unreserv edly when men or measures are iv sgreo metre with tho Cun»t'tuiiun and, with the priuciplt B upou whioti thia U public was founded tor tho people. Whenever iho Constitution and constitutional principles are violated—as in the outrageous conspir acy of 1876, by which v man not elected was p a cd in tho Piesidout's offioe, where ho Btill remains—it speaks out for thu right. That is TH . MJN'd idea of iudo pen. lenco. In thia respect theie will bo no ehango in its programmo tor 1879. THE SUN has fainy earned the hearty hatred of rascalß, frauds und humbugs uf all uort< and t-i/. a. It hopes to deserve that h * rod not tess in tho y< ar 1379 than in 1878.-1877, or any year gone by. TR& SUi\ w ll uuutinuo to shine on tho wicked with unmitigated brightness. Whilst tho iußsons oi the past should be constantly kept bt-foro the people, IHIS SUN does nut propose to make itseli in 1879 a rnagazino of ancient history. It is printed fur tho nun and roinen of to-day, VMM eoucern is chit fly with the affairs ot to-day. It has both tho disposition and tho ability to afford its readers the prompt est, fullest and must accura o intelligence of wharov.r iv the wide world is worth at tention. To this tnd tho resources belong ing to well-established prosperity will be liberally employed. Ihe preeoni disjointed condition of par ties in this country aud tho uncertainty of the future loud an extraordinary siguin oanee to the events of the coiniug year. The discussions ot tho press, the debated and acts uf Congress, and tho movements of tho leaders iv every Beet ion of tho lie public, will havoadirtct Hearing on the Presidential election of 1880-*-au- event which must ho regarded with the mußt anxious interest by every patriotic Amer ican, whatever his po it c<il idoas or tdle giaucx To these elements uf iuterest may ho added tho piobability t : iat the Demo crats w ; U control both houses ot Congress, i the increasing feeblcneßS oi the fraudulent Administration, and tho Bprcad and Strength* hing tvt-rywhoroof a'hoalthy ai> horrencu or fraud iv any form. 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Address 1. W. ENGLAND, rnblish. r cf THE SUN, New York City, 031 tf I 878. Eclectic Magazine. Thirty-Fourth Year. Th«£electleroprlnts from all the foreign Quarterlies, Unviews, Magazines, and Jour nals their choicest contents, Including Es rtays, BclentiricPapers, lilographlcai sketches Reminiscences of Travel, and Adventure, Tales, Stories and Poems. Tho field of se lection ts very large and It' Is believed that the Bcluctlc presents a greatur variety and higher standard of literature than any peri* oiKcal can hope to do that doywnds exclu sively upon homo talent. A knowledge of the current literature uf other countries is indispensable to all who would keep pace with.the progress of the human mind, and the Jttolectlc offerathe best , and, indeed, the only opi>ovtunity . lor ob taining this kuowledee within a reasonable vmnass, and at a inoierate price. Among the writers reoreaented in recent numbers of the Eclectic are: The lit. Hon, iv. E. Gladstone, James Anthony Froude, Uatthew Arnold, Charles Kini-sley, Robert Buchanan. Qeo. McDonald. John kuxitm, Alfred Teuuyaun, Thomas Huubes, WilliAm Black, Mrs. OhpOant, Thus. Hardy, William Morris, Miss Thackuray. Mrs. Alexander, Prots. Huxley and Tyudall. Klcbard Proctor, B. A., Prur. Owen. i>r. W. I.. Carpenter, Max MuUer, J. Nurman Lockyer, Uurbert Spaiv OMt * u d others equally eminent, besides tin rfguiur articles in the body of the magazine, thero are lour original Editorial Depart moms: Literary Notices, Foreign LtUrary Notes. Bcien'ce and Art. and Varieties. With regard to tho character oi tiia seloc tiona, the aim of the Eclectic la to be m btmctive Without heing null, and entertain ing without helng trivial. While each mini her contains tiouiotlilng to intercat every member of tho family circle, it addresses Itself particularly to that great body of ln teJligent readers who seek profit as well as amusement in solid and healthful literature. Besides the ltt psxea of reading matter, uach number of tho magazine contains a line dteel en graving—usually a portrait- -execu ted in i4ie mbit artistic manner. Terms.—Singlo copies4fi cents. One copy one year, t >">, two copiee, fH; tivo copies, 150, Trial suusci ipitons tor threj months, i i. Thu Eclectic and any M magazine to one address,(H. '- irnti to all subscribera. Address, E. H. PELtON, Publisher, dais Tf 91 Hand Htreet. New York. Agricultural Implement Depo' ....A*.... WAT3US3 ft QCOTT'S ALAMUDA IOUHDET dan Jose, Cal. Agent 'or Walter A Wood', New Iron Mi wer. Keaper and Belf-Blnder, Haines' Bin. ele-Oear Ueailor, Improved Uwvgpstakee Thresher and sulky RSSes; also, tho Oole brated Itevolvlnc Sulky Rake, und the Cham, iilon Bovolvinit llake, and the well known Tiffin Revolving Itake; La Belle Farm Wagon, and Spring Wagons of all descriptions. Tho attention of the farmers U particularly silled to the SEW REVOLVING! BULK!' HAKE. It hai met an enormous talo at tho East aud Iv and around Sacramento. Also, all kinds of new and second-hand ma* chhiery for sale. Farmers and others wfi! And it to be to their interest to call on rat before buying, as I am selling everything rwy low for cash. OBRIN TABSB. BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' HANK Of Los Angeles. CAPITAL 600,000 OO 18A1A8 W. HRLLMAN President L. 0> GOODWIN Vice-President JOHN, MILNEK Secretary BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ISAIAS W. H XLI.MAN, EtTOEWE MEVEK, 0. W. CHILDS, L. C. (iOODWIN, CxtAKLkS DUCOMMTTN, JOKE MASCAKEX,, John h. URirriN, 0. E. Thosi, FRANK IjE,.jrjVKKUR. Kxchange for Hale ou NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN and HAMBURG. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Uuy and Hell LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY. AND CITY BONDS. Wlll also pay the highest price for Gold and silver Bullion. From and after this date, on all money* leu a* Term Deposits. Interest will be al lowed. Commercial Bank Of Lou Angeles. Authorized Capital • 300,000 . K. HOI-.LKNBECK ...President E. IT. RPKNCK CaabJer DIRECTORS. A. 11. Wilcox, W. Woodwokth, S. H. MoTr. H. Mahtjrv, r. ItANKERStMM. O. 8. WITHEKRY, X, V. HFENCK, J. X, IIOIiT.BNBECK, Tliis Rank Is prepared to receive de posits ou open account, Isbub Certificates of Deposit, ami transact a general Bank lug Business. Collrctinns made and proceeds remitted at cm rent rules of exchange. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK. MAIN KTKEJST. Loe A ugtiler) » Cal Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000 1. i*. HI.AUSON President A. H. I'.AKK.n Vice-President I. M. KI.LIOTT Cashier DIRECTORS. J. HI.ACBON, P. BEATJDRY, V. A. llouvkr, Robert s. Baker, J. Bixby, Geo. W. Prescott A. W. Bowman. deceive Savings Bank deposits. Huv and sell exchange on San Francisco. New York, Loudon, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort. B ly exchango on all parts of the United States aod Europe, [torsive money on open account and Cer tificate of Deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. SIR AHTLEY COOPER'S VITAL RESTORATIVE! The great English remedy for Nervous Debility, Spermatorrhea and Premature Decline of Physical Foroe. The Vital Restorative Wilt positively cure, thoroughly nnri permanently, any case of EXHAI.'RPET' VITALITY or Nervous Debility, elthei acute or of long *tandlng,and In eithe: «ex, no matter from what cause pro duced. The Vital Restorative Is a thoroughly scientific prescription, It not. a quack nostrum, hence perfectly safe to take; 1b pleasant to. the taste supplies to the eerebro-splnai and sym pathetic system of nerves new force. Purifies and Enriches The bloo.i. rejuvenating and relnvigorat- Ing both mind and body. Thousands, both In this country and in Europe, can testify to the great restorntlvo properties of this really great medicine. Price, $.1 per bottle, or four times the quantity lor 210. Sent to any address se cure Irom observation. Address all letters to A. E. MINTIE, M. D., (Graduate of the University of peiinsyl vanla and late Kesldont Surgeon to the Orthopaidlo Hospital of Phlladel phla,) No. 722 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Sole Agent. P. S.—DR. MINTIE can be consulted in reference to the abovecomplainiß dur ing office hours from 9 A. v. to 3 P. M. dally, and from 6 to 8 In the evening. Sundays, If) a. m. to Ip. m. Consultation FKEE. Thorough examination and sd vloe, »5. Full directions and advice free with every package of medtelne. Ivlsti TEUTONIA SALOON. OUST. PERET has bought to-day the Temonia Haloon, opposite Cardona HI mli, where he will beep only the hest LIQUORS and CIGARS, with HOT LUNCH l"rom Ham to 1 P. M. BEER, FIVE CENTS. AH friends and acquaintances are re spectfully Invited to give me a call. d 15-fro "homestead FOR SALE. QUE AT ACRIFICE IN IMPROVED REAL ESTATE, In a most desirable location, vis.: Sixth street, second lot from Pearl street; beautiful cottago house; four rooms; hard finished; cost 11800; stable, carriage and wood house; 21 ten-year-old orange trees, full of fruit; trees flue and healthy. This property can be bought at figures that will defy competition. SUe of lot, 83x125 feet. For particulars call on J. G. DeTIIRK, No. 1 Markets'.. d!stf FOR SALE OR TO LET ON SHARES FOR GRAIN RAISING. NEARLY HOOO ACRES of fine fruit land, with valuable water right. Just back of the Indiana Colony. M-FRICES VERY MODERATE. HENRY G. MONKS. oS7tf San Gabriel Fostoffice. LINES OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. OOODALL. PERKINS A CO., AGENTS, SAN FRANCISCO. San Francisco and Los Angeles Express Line. January Schedule. Coming South doing North If |i » iff STEAM Kits 2.* JS ffe o| jj g t h t| Orizaba.... Deo- 31 Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 6 Ancon Jan. 5 " 7 •* 9 ** 11 Orizaba.... 10 " 12 " 14 M M A neon M 15 " 17 M IB " 31 Orizaba... " 20 22 « 31 " 26 Ancen " 25 *' 27 " 26 *' 8' Orizaba... " 30 Feb. 1 Feb. H Feb. 6 Ancon..... | Feb. 4\ " 6 " B| "10 Both steamships call at Port Hanord (HauLulsOblspo)and Mmta Barbara; also, on down trip, al Auanelm ibandlng for freight only. oanPawseiigers for Hun Francis o take the train loi Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at ."o'clock P. M., Los Ange les time. Los Angeles and San Diego TUB aTKAHEHS Ancon and Orizaba Leave sun Pedro for San Diego Jan. 2, 7,13, 17, 22, ST, and Feb. 1,«. Passengers take the train that leaves Los Angeles f>r Wilmington at 3.00 P, at., Los Angeles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles. (Payable in Gold.) Cabin. Steerage. To San Franclsoo t!5 00 flO W to Port Harford „ 12 00 0 00 To Santa Barbara 8 CO » 00 To Sau DleiiO g 00 a o; Plans of steamers'cablna at agent's office, whore berths may be scoured. FOR WAY PORTS. The Ktcamer Constantino leaves Ban Buenaventura aud Huutu Barbara for Ban Franchro every Saturday, calling al way ports. FrelKht steamers leave San Francisco for fiin Diego and way porta about every ten days, carrying smelt, coaintiustibles, otc. For Paaaags or Froight us obove.or for tickets to and from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H. McLELLAN, Ijocal . Agent, Office, No. mi Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Lob Angeleo. S» Pa R ■ R» COMMENCING Jan. 8, 1879, And until further notice, TRAINS and BOATS Witl.tcave LOJ ANGELES as fallows: 0. 0.0 A. M.—DAILY —Via L. A. * I. B. J.OU v. — Locul Passenger Tram to Monica. (ArrlvesB:lo A. at.) Ifl.QFl A. M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger IU.OJ train to Wilmington. (Arrives at 0:10 A. at.) in.OX A. U -DAILY-Sun Francisco iU.OO ihrough Freight and Third -I.'lu-.. Accommodation train (Airivesat 11 65 A. st.i lIPI IP p. M DAILY—San Francisco Ex •10 press Irion, connecting al Lathrop wiiu the Atlantic Express train ot the Ceutral PaclUo Railroad. (Arrives 1:53 P. M.) 2 -Or P. M.-DAlLY—Arlsona Express, • atO connecting at Yuma with ilally stages for Pr*'SOO't wMi Colorado River learners, and wlih ilallv trains of iho Southern Pnclflo Railmnd of Arixonaf.ir Adondo (30 mlleseus' of Yuma) and end •if track. Dally sUses Mr Maricopa, Phamlx. Florvnseand l ucson. (Arrives 10:15 A. at.) 2. AC P. It —DAILY—LocaI Passonger ,43 iruln to Wilmington. (Arrives 2:20 P. at.) 4.fin P- M.—D AJLY—Local lessonger ,UU train lo Santa Ana, connecting win. stages for sau Diego. (Arrives 8:50 A. at.) 4 .0il P. M. — Sundays Excepted—Via ,/U L. A 41. H. R.-Looul Passen ger! ruin to Santa Monica. I Arrives 8:20 P.M. Notice.—Ou Sundays this train will leave Santa Monica ut luu p. M. aud Los Augeles at 5:40 P. x. TICKET OFFICES t No. 1 SPRING ST., Telegraph Office; Commercial St. R. R. Depot; DEPOT OFFICE P. P. R. R. A. N. TOWNE, General Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN, General t s>sengsr and Ticket Ag't. E. E. HEWITT, Anslstant Sin-erlnlendeni., Los Angeles. A PHYSIOLOGICAL Viexsr of Marriage! OB(jngaM|| A Ouide to Wedlock ant) 1 ' * «* •¥ ▼ 9 iTL i," S ■ "iUiU*niia\ Trfkiitc on lh» S j4 ■ *J Ul-IIV ■ lutipi oi rnarrmne tntl ih* UTifltf.tr It; the ft' He product ion an* ■^,^m\imamt&~W~~^^' ]v ' Ltisi».iacs of Women. J ▼ m w ,M .J W.WaJ J A hi.uk li>r privtitr, consid- JI if '11*1 ,1 W i\Cj ■!■« ut*) rcadiuß. aJU (J*jc», prio; ' ,A PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER! n w On ul Jinoruuri of aPrivate Nature aria,tig irum Rclt Abuse, Excesnni, or tec rot DiuOAßea, wUa Uiu b-.1 Qicum of cure, *£H Inrire_n«irt i, nrit-eAO Ct«. A CLINICAL LECTUmfioti Ihenborr dlirsapt Ml oi the Throat and I.ungfi, Calarrb.Bupture, U*' Opium Habit.fcc,price Hlt ts. 1711 her book «pnt rH>.fpa.idc>u 1 ■'<*«•: t-t o* price lor nU Oirea, cortralrinir .WOpipf,, U>autitli.:v lllurstrtrteie, tor 7A eta. AdiircM £>&. BUTTS, 4NO. 12 N. 6IL St. fit. IsOUia. Jsto Wail WW V> * » St., CUMtaaa*.<« (sW NO. 40 HOTELS: PICO HOUSE, ■ CORNER MAIN ST. AND THE PLAfeA * | Francisco Pico, Prop?. Tbla well known and popular hotel— hy common consent the best appointed and most luxurious In southern Cal if or nla— has Just been Refurnished and Renovated. Apartments single and en snlte. The " cuisine la unsurpassed on the .('vast. : v; Every detail cT the service, apartment, and table FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RSSFZCT. *A seisir | United States Hotel, J HAMMEL & DENKER, Prop's. ;| Cor. Main and Requena SU. fc jj£ This hotel takes In an satin block. * I (ronilng 320 feet ou Requena stmt, 1«B am * ' Main aud 66feet on Los Angeles street. THE ROOMS ' I Are airy, and all contain Spring Basle, with the latest improvements. ' i Til n: TABLE ' Is supplied with the best ths market affords. RATES MODERATE. | A Free Omnibus is attached to ths ho tel, and baggage la conveyed gratis to and from the depot The United States Hotel Is oentrally located, opposite the Court House, and is uear the Postofflce and Land office. Cull and see us. Yon will receive good a treatment. HENRY HAMMKL. A. H. DENKER. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, LOS ANGELES, CAL.. 8. W. CRAICUC * CO.. Proprietors. The St. Charles is located in the basl ness centre oi the city, and is tho largest. ' .' most elegant and completely organised Hotel In Southern California. Free eoacb to the house. aVWestern Union Telegraph In Hotel cuHoe. Jylltf THE HORTON HOUSE, OF SAN DIEGO. 300 Ifeet Front, with South ern Kxposure. 11 o Rornai, all LiaLt Ac Airy. Pare Spiintr Water, Oaa and ■: Electric Bella in Every Room. This elegant house is now in the most complete order lor the accommodation of guests and tourists. The tiavellng public will always find the best acoora- 3 modations and MOST MODERATE ■-. PRICES at this bouse of any similar ho- > tel on the Coast. / Board and LoOjrlnjf : PER DAY - 11 10 to d PER WEEK _ 18 to *1« BOARD PER WEEK 17 MEALS, FIFTY CENTS. The Bar and Billiard Room Will keep the best ot everything, Iv Wines, Liquors & Cigars. ' THE 11ATH ROOMS Will always be In readiness with nor and C'uLD WATKK. and •» very other le cutreinent In the best inunucr. CHAS. P. uERK HIEN, *-J dli Proprietor. MOJAVE HOTEL, Mojnvo Junction, Cell. THIS HOUSE IS NOW I'EPA RED JsaV to receive Its numerous patronsJH, aud the traveling public in general. Be ing entirely new and splendidly fur nished, It aflbrds superior accommoda tions. ITS TABLE D' HOTE Is second to none In Southern California. THE BAR is supplied with the oholeeet brands of wines, liquors and olgars. An elegant BILLIARD ROOM is also attached to the boose. All trains stop here for breakfast and supper, it Is the point of departure for the celebrated Inyo county mines, via.— Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and Pan amtnt. The office of the LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is at this hotel. The patronage of c traveling public Is respectfully solicited. MATTHEWS A BOYD. fe2i-lf Proprietors. NOW OPEN. SIERRA M A ORE VILLA, A Private Hotel on the rnsss or table IRQds of the Hlerra Madre Mountains. Climate unsurpassed for Summer or Winter Residence. Commands a charming view of valley and mountain, overlooking the Pan Ga briel orange groves; is roar miles from railroad and telegraph station; hnaa* en tirely new, lighted try gas, and contains all modern conveniences. For particulars addiess proprietor,P.O. '« San Gabriel. W. P. RHOADES, 1 Proprietor.