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THE SUNSET SLOPE.
Good School Teachers Have
a Life Tenure.
MISS KBHNEDx'i* VICTORY.
The Warner Ranch Case on Trial
at San Diego—Racing
Programmes.
Associated Press Dispatches to the Herald.
San Francisco, January 9. —Miss
Kate Kennedy, who in 1887 lost her po
sition of Principal of the North Cosmo
politan Grammar school, by order of the
Board of Education, was today rein
stated by an opinion of the Supreme
Court affirming Judge Hunt's judgment.
She will also realize about $5,000 back
pay, and Tier successor. Miss Stinson,
now Principal of the Cosmopolitan
school, will have to vacate.
The Supreme Court holds, in brief,
that under the statutes a school teacher
against whom no possible charges can
be found is not an employee who can be
dismissed or removed at pleasure. Jus
tices Fcx and McFarland dissent from
the opinion.
The opinion of the Court is altogether
based on Section 1,793 of the Political
Code, as follows: "Holders of city certi
ficates are eligible to teach in the cities
:n which such certificates were granted,
in schools of grades corresponding to the
grades of such certificates, and when
elected shall be dismissed only for viola- '
tion of the rules of the Board of Educa
tion, or for incompetency, unprofessional 1
or immoral conduct. The holders of (
spacial certificates are eligible to teach J
the special studies mentioned in their '
certificates in all schools in the cities in \
which such certificates were granted." '
In answer to the objection that in case j
a teacher cannot be dismissed by the 1
Board of Education, that his position
will bo virtually one for life, the Court *
holds: "This certainly cannot be of (
danger to the efficiency of the schools, c
because the teacher can ably maintain t
his position while competent and faith- i
ful." c
COAST HORSEMEN.
Profframmes for Future Racev
Mapped Out.
San Francisco, January 9.—Tho
Board of Directors of the Pacific Coast
Trotting Horse Breeders' Associa
tion, which elected officers and
decided on incorporating last night,
today adopted a constitution
and by-laws, and decided upon a num
ber of stakes and purses to be trotted for,
at dates yet to be fixeed. All breeders
and others interested in trotting horses
are eligible to membership. Entries by
Pacific Coast owners to stakes and
purses offered by the association shall be
confined to members of the association,
but horses owned outside of the Pacific
Coast shall be eligible to entry without
the requirement of membership. The
President is J. H. White. James
T. Kerr was elected Secretary
at a salary of $1,200. The programme
for the summer meeting includes a year
ling stake and two, three and four-year
old stakes, besides three or four nurses,
including $1,000 on for 2:30 class
Btallions. The entrance for the Stan
ford stake of 1892 waa reduced to $100.
The Board of Directors of the Pacific
Coast Blood horse Association met to
night at the Palace hotel and elected
P. A. Finneagan Treasurer, J. E. S.
Culver, Secretary. April 12th was fixed
as the date for the opening of a special
meeting of four days' racing. The Sec
retary reported the association out of
debt.
BASE El' AL. VS DOWNEY.
The Famous «;»•■<■ on Trial at San
Diego.
San Dieoo, January 9.—The case of
H. T. Gage et al. against ex-Governor
John G. Downey is now on trial in this
city. It involves the title to a large
portion of the noted Warner ranch in
this county.
John Rains, father of the heirs con
testing the present suit, and who was
murdered in 18G3, was at his death the
owner of the entire Warner grant and
one-half of tbe Fortillo grant. His
widow claimed that (he amount loaned
by Rains on the Warner ranch was her
separate property, and that tho fore
closure of the mortgage, whereby the
ranch came into the possession of Rains,
vested the title of the property in her.
Tae Oourt decided in her favor,
and she deeded the entire prop
erty to her children, but subse
quently had the deed annulled and con
veyed the property to 0. B. Howard and
others, and from them Governor Downey
and tho Merchants' Exchange Bank of
San Francisco derived title to the prop
erty. These partios claimed that the
Portillo grant was conveyed to
them by the same deed conveying
the Warner grant, and Judge McNoaly
decided so, but the Supreme Court re
versed tbe decision, declaring that the
title of the Rains heirs to the Portillo
grant was not affected, and that they are
entitled to recover the interest of Rains
in the same. The case is now being
tried in accordance with this ruling.
HUN BY ELEIUTRICITY.
Tlie nanimoth Electric Plant In
tbe Nevada Mine.
Virginia, Nov., January 9.—The test
of the Brush electric motor plant
by which the Nevada mill of
sixty stamps is operated, was
accepted this evening by the
Superintendent of the Nevada Mill and
Mining Company. The plant consists of
six dynamos, each of one hundred
horse-power, located on the Sutro tunnel
level of the Chollar incline, 1,630
feet below the surface. The power is
transmitted on copper wires to the sur
face motor room, a total of
2,300 feet from the underground
dynamo chamber. The dynamos
are operated by a volume of 187 inches
of water flowing down the shaft. The
electric plant operates tbe entire com
plement of sixty stamps, six
teen pans, ten settlors, two
agitators and three snlphuret pans,
the whc'e requiring a total of 450 horse
power. The plant is the largest in the
world and cost $100,000.
Boom AitiTiijNi n«nr.
Unlimited Capital far Investment
In San Diego Enterprises.
San Diego, January 9.—Mr. Woods,
who has iust returned from Europe, has
broueht with him funds to the amount ol
(25,000,000, and has authority to draw
from an English syndicate $26,000,000
more for the completion of the Mexican
Pacific railway. Under Woods' conces
sion the road is to run from Mazatlan up
the Mexican coast to the month of the
Colorado river, from there across the
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HEKALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY. 10 1890.
desert to San Diego harbor. The road
will be built and operated to San Diego
within three years.
George Sturgiss, of Chicago, has pur
chased $116,000 worth of bonds of the
San Diego Street Car Company. The
supposition is he is acting for C. B.
Holmes, President of the Chicago Cable
Road Company.
«ay city Briefs.
Ban Francisco, January 9.--Coleman
& Gruninger, booksellers and stationers,
have filed a petition in insolvency. Lia
bilities, $38,000; assets stated at $20,000.
The United Slates Marshal sold at
auction today 2 218 five-taei boxes of
opium, which were seized in this city
last April. The amount realized was
$14,406.
Gashie Stein, recently convicted in the
United Btates District Court of having
counterfeit money in his possession, was
sentenced ta six years imprisonment at
Sau Qnentin and to pay a fine of $1,000,
today.
Mrs. Julia B. Wellaford, wife of the
mailing clerk of the Examiner, commit
ted suicide during the night by hangiDg
herself with a piece of a sheet in her
room. The only cause her relatives asr
sign is that she was temporarily insane,
as she had been despondent for a week.
The steamer City of Peking, which ar
rived today from China, reports the
wreck of the British ship Nyl Gbau,
from Yarmouth, N. 8., on Pirates' shoal,
November 25th. Captain Butler and
eight men arrived at Hong Kong in a
small boat four days later. Another
j boat containing Mate Briggs and six
men is missing. The British gunboat
Cockchafer left Hong Kong in search of
the boat, but returned without finding
hek'.
At a meet'ng of the Railroad
Commissioners, today, Secretary Gas
kill was instructed to commun
icate with tbe California Cen
tral Railroad Company relative to the
complaint of G. J. Campbell, Jr.,
against it for having refused to allow
him to carry baggage on two first-class
tickets between Los Angeles and San
Diego. The company's explanation of
the matter is desired before action by the
board is taken.
The second session of the Grand Con
sistory of the Masters of the Royal Secret
(thirty-second degree) Ancient and Ac
cepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry
was held in Maßonic temple today. Re
i ports showing the prosperous condition
Jof the order in the State were presented,
and it. was stated there was $30,000 in the
treasury. The session closed this even
ing with the election of officers and an
nual banquet.
Raymond Kxcumloulnta.
San Francisco, January 9. —The first
Raymond & Whitcomb excursion of the
year left Boston last Monday arid is ex
pected to reach New Orleans Saturday.
Seventy-five people started, and the
number will have been increased to one
hundred before this State is reached.
The second Raymond & Whitcomb ex
cursion will leave Boston just in time for
the Mardi Gras festival, in New Orleans,
and a Jsrge number of passengers have
been booked already, all of whom will
journey through to this State.
Proceeding Safely.
Astoria,Ore., January 9. —The British
ship Riverside, 168 days from Bio de
Janeiro, arrived this afternoon. The
Captain reports that twenty-one days
ago he spoke the British ship Hermione,
which had been reported leaking, etc.
She was all right and proceeding safely
on her voyage.
The Philadelphia Record says steps
will be taken at once to secure an in
junction restraining the voting trustees
ot the Reading Company from re-electing
Corbin as President next Monday, when
the election will be held.
There is mote experience, time a"d brain
work represented in the p'eparatlon of Hood's
Sarsaparilla than in any other medicine. It is
this which innkoK Hood'B Sirsanarilla ppcnliar
in its curative powers, and In the remarkable
cures It effects. Give It a trial.
A Flattering tfendorscnient.
Trio judges on musical instruments at
tbe Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia,
1876, after severe tests of the pianos of
more than forty different makers from
all parts of the world recognized the
merits of tbe Sohmer pianos, and wrote
a flattering report on them, recommend
ing for them tLe highest reward in their
power to grant—a Medal of Merit and
Diploma of Honor, which were unani
mously decreed by the Uni ed States
Centennial Commission.
For sale by CnAH. E. Day, 8 N. Spring
street.
Our Home Brew.
Philadelphia Lager, fresh irom tho brewery,
In draught in all t!io principal saloons, de
oivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and
Brewery. 238 Aliso street. Telephone 91.
For the Holiday Trade
Go to Ebinger's for your fruit CRkes, angel
food, pound aud ornamental oakeß for wed
dings. Corner Third and Spring streets.
Sherwln-WHllanis' floor aints are the
most reliable. P. H. Mathews, corner Second
and Main streets.
L a Grippe in the East
Is now cured by tho uce of the Turkish bath.
Bcocham's Pills enro Dillious and nervons ills.
(T«e "Gorman Family" soap.
1 R | I /extra_ family\ :
i Q' E f STOCKTONMILLINGCO. J
rl « I. San Francisco Office,
0. F. HEljNfaliMAN,
Druggist and Chemist,
Htt. 138 tf. main St., AUie»efc» Oal
Prescrtytloaa carefully iomponnded dry and
niKh«. a""
JtfERICAN LEGION OF HONO~r7 BAFEPY
Council, No. 664-Meet* second and fourth
Tnursday evenings of each month at their nail,
17 W *ir*t St., bet. Main and Spring. (
C\ C. F., Q CARD lAN COUNCIL, atNO. »U
X Regular meeting first sod third —Fridays,
rfhian Castle. 24 8. Spring at.
LODGE, NO. 148, X.. OVf.
-i O Meetn every Monday night at Castle Hall.
No. 510 Downey aye., East Los Angeles. Han
1 over Bast Side Bank.
MISCELLANEOUS.
SPECIAL 4 nOULTER'B
KIRTS A T V For This Week.
Ladies' Silk and Wool Winter Skirls.
All pure wool French Cloth Skirt, with 7-in. Flounce, worth | <t1 OR
$2 25, at I **«00
All pure wool French Cloth Bkirts. in 5 shade?, with 7-in. Pleated I * A A A
Fiounca, worth $2.75, at *P4iUU
French Cloth Wool Skirt, with 2 Flounceß, worth $3 00, at i $2i45
French Cloth Skirt, with 3 in. Kilt Pleating and 3-tn. Km broidery, I (to HA
in 5 sbades, worth $3.50, at I -Va» I \1
Quilted Alpaca Skirts, lined with Canton Flannel, worth $2.50, at... i $1,85
Quilted Alpaca 3klrta, lined with Canton Flannel, worth $3.50, at...
$2.75
Princess Matternich. with Sateen Top, lined, and quilted border 7-in. <tQ rjc
deep, worth $3.50, at •VOtlO
Princess Matternich, with Sateen Top. lined, and quilted border d-Q QC
9-in. deep, worth $5.00, at •V\},<J\J
Princess Matternich, with Sateen Top, lined, and quilted border | <t A C A
12-in. deep, worth $6.00, at | 4"XWI/
Prince™ Matternioh, with fiateen Top, lined, and quiKod border | d-A A A
16-in. deep, worths7.so, at | »PUiUU
Princess Matternich, with Sateen Top, lined, and quilted border | (tQ
12-in. deep, worth $5 00, at ' | 'rUi I\J
Ladies' French Cloth Skirts all wool, with 5-In. b-xpleated Flounce, | <tQ nc
worth $4.50, at | , -VailO
Ladles' Fanoy Stripe Cloth, with 7-in. box pleated Flounce, worth I (T-Q A A
$4.00, at j •PO.UU
Ladies' All-wool French Cloth Pklrts, with 3-in. Kilted Flounce and I (tQ AC
5 Satin piped bands, worth $4.75, at | 'PQitU J
Ladles' French Cloth, with 5 in. Tlounce of Embroidered Velvet, I <tA C A
and piped Satin bands, worth $5.75, at 4"±i JU
Solid Black Satin Skirts, with 15-ia, of Quoting, lined with Canton <tc CA
Flannel, w0r,h57.50, at •PyJ.OKJ
Solid Black Stitln Skirts, extra quality, with 15-in.'of Quilting, Sateen (tQ Eft
lined, wurth $10.00, at -POiJU
Solid Black Satin Skirt, with Embroidered FJonuce and Sateen lie - d-E A A
ing, worth $7.50, at -POiUU
All Silk Black Surah Skirts, worth $15.00, at $H ,50
All Silk Black Satin De Lyon Skirts, worth $25.00, at $16.50
Infants' Zephyr, knitted, with and without bodies; Ladies' Zophyr
Knitted Bkirts, at half-price PRICE
Our Windows for Bargains.
PftFl TUB Dr y Goods House,
Willi 1 ! till 101, 103, 105 S. -Spring, cor. Second.
. _ 30 Million Pounds
IIENIER CHOCOLATE
MAXK A3i» HATIiS UVEBY YEAR.
WUVP BECAUSE cf all CHOCOLATES
■111 It is the purest and best,
Paris Exposition, 1889 \ % %ltl D^ll%:
Ask for YELLOW WRAPPER.
—FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.—
BRANCH HOUSE, UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK. 16
S. NORDLINGER,
Diamonds M&tties
A Most Complete Line of Novelties for the Holidays
CAN BE SEEN AT OUR ESTABLISHMENT.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clocks and Bronzes,
Of all tbe latest styles and descriptions.
Our stock is the largest in thin town, but we are not overstocked; no auctions,
or selling out below cost, but we guarantee our prices lower thaD any otber house
in California.
Our standing of 21 years in this town in a guarantee of fair treatment.
j3 1m
TWO CARLOADS OF RANGES
DAMAGr ED BY WATE]R.
' The ranges were In a washout and had to be unlnnrtcd In tho rain, whtoh has caused them
to rust a little, and must be soli for whatever they will bring, at
_B\ E. Browne's, 30 South Main St.
OPPOSITE MOTT MARKET. dll-lm
RECEIVED AND NOW ON HALE AT
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.
Carload of those celebrated wroagkt-iror. Home Comfort Rmgosi; also several car
loads of Cooking; and Heating Stovoo for Coal, Wood, Coal Oil and GaeoliE
on hand,
A very fine assortment of Goo. WostonUcha'is fX L tmd Htimasoi & Buckley'?
Pocket Cutlery, American Carvers aiu* Tabln Knivee in tine CASM, a'gc tboK>:
celebrated brands of Rasore, ; 'Progi_3tV ' Beugal," and'Wado & Butcher.
Complete stock of all kinds of Builders' tLwdware and Mechanics' Tools alwaj;
on hand,
HABPDB «f» CO.
48 end SO North Main Stre#t. ,
NILES PEASE
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OIL-CLOTHS 5
MATTINGS AND WINDOW SHADES.
243,245 and 247 S. SPRING ST
I*l ISCEELANEOCS.
Mill EDHT & CO.
N. W. Cor. Spring and First Sts.
Discount Sale a Big Success!
why ?
Because the people of Loa ADgeles can depend upon what we
say. We offer for cash 20 per cent, on all overcoats,
and 10 per cent, on the balance of our
entire stock, until Feb. Ist.
'Goods Not Marked Up
To meet the loss. It is a genuine sacrifice of profit
in your favor.
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, &c.
MULLEN, BLUETT & CO.
J«'-6m
Buy Your Coal From First Hands.
NEW MEXICO COAL COMPY
Miners ana Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Gallup, Aztec, Bunshine, and Oerrillos coal. All kinds of coal conatantly in stock,
also Coke, Charcoal and Wood. We mine our own coaland handle it direct to the
consumer. No middle-men. Full weights guaranteed. Positively the beßt domes
tic coal in the market. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. Now is the
time to contract your winter fuel.
CHAS. A. MARRINER, Gen'l Manager.
City Office, Hotel Nadean. Telephone 855.
Yard, Corner East First street and Santa Fe avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. dB-tf
AUCTION SIXES.
w. c. beleson^s
—GENERAL—
Auction and Commission House.
NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECOND ST.
Peremptory Sales of New and Second-Ban.-'
Furniture
TUESDAY, JAN. 7,
THURSDAY, JAN. 9,
SATURDAY, JAN. U,
At 10 A. m. and 2 r. M.
AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND OAR
BIASES ON SATURDAYS.
BEX O. HHOADEB. Auctioneer.
JOE POHEIM,
THE TAILOE,
Has Now a Genuine Clear
ance Sale.
Suits mado to order from $10.
Pants made to order from $5.
Other garments in proportion.
This sale to continue for 60 days only.
Perfect fit ana best of workmanship guar
anteed or no sale.
49 and 51S. Sprinf St,
LOS ANGKLF.S. d24-tf
CLOTHING
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS!
Comprising almost everything for Gents, Boys
and Children at
Abernethy & Taft's,
19 South Spring Street,
LOS ANGELES, OAL.
dlBlm
mm it!
Is thorough in its work of cleansing the
system of all impurities in a very short
time, and is considered by those having
used it as a SPECIFIC in
DYSPEPSIA,
Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
GENERAL NERVOUSNE3S.
Uive It a Trial Sold Everywhere
j nl-6ra Mi L BTARIN, Pbkbipbmt.
WTgTurrey
Builders' Hardware
Full Stock at Lowest Prices.
The finest stock of GARDEN HOSE In the olty.
LAWN SPRINKLERS in every variety.
PUMPS for destroying the soalo hug a specialty.
THB MODEL GRAND RANGB, the leader ol
them all.
METAL ROOFING and SANITARY PLUMBING
a specialty.
Will the pabllo kindly give me a call.
B9 and 61 n7 Spring St.
116 S. Fort St
daott
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JOSEPH DIFUSSI,
THE ONLY
INSTRUMENT MAKER!!
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Repairer ol all kinds cf String Tnptrnmenta,
BratM, Mnslc Boxes ard Accordions. Work
warranted.
Superior titrlcsß and Musical Merchandise.
Old Violins, first-class Harp and I he finest Man
dolins in the world for sale at a low price.
MANUFACTURES OF
5* Umbrellas and Parasols.
Repairing and Recovering a Spec-
iaTty- in all styles.
Best quality of silko received from New York
for now &yd recovering umbrellas and pira
sols. Firsfrcla s workmanship guaranteed.
Now umbiellai, made to order in less than tw
hours.
No. 17 \V. Third Sireet.
Between Spring and Main. jalO-lm
M«TF.i.S AND REFTAVRAN'TS.
Everything New and h irst-Class.
41 and 43 N. main street.
029 tf JERRY ILLICH, Proprietor.
commission and storage.
H. Hilleu, Pres. J. .'. Woodworth, Sec.
1.03 ANGELES
STORAGE, COMMISSION AND
UJMBER CO,
San Pedro St., bet. Fourth and Fifth.
Dealers in Lumber of all kinds. Lath, Piaster,
Door*, Lime, Fireclay, Windows, Cement. Fire
brick, Blinds, Plastering Hair, Monterey Sand,
etc.
Best brands English Portland Cement by the
100 .or 1.000 barrels. Prices on application
Telephone 109. P. O. Box 87. j7 lm
California Warehouse
CORNER SEVENTH AND AIAJIdDA.
Grain, Wool and General
Merchandise Warehouse.
Sterare, Commission A- Insurance
dUtf
MAIN-ST, WAREHOUSE,
Cor, of New N. Main and Holly Btreets,
GENERA li STORAGE.
Advances made on Grain.
CECIL C. R. 80MNER,Proprletor
dl 2 tf
NAUD'S "WAREHOUSE,
GRAIN, WOOL
—AUD—
General Kercliaiii.6 f arete.
Adrancefi made on wool.
d!2-tf
O. & CO., ,
(Bucoeuon to McLain * Lohmtn.)
Pioneer Track and Transfer Co.
Ko. s Masxit St., Los Anmlbs, Cat..
Sato aud All kinds of TruokWark.
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