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VOL. XIII.
#0$ %,up\ts petfuW.
;\ ttttheri evety uwrumg except Mon
ti biy,
BY
.IDsiKl'H IJ. LYNCii.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
r\>r annam, by mall or express.
Six months " " ~ I
Three months " " ..»■■- •
Delivered by carriers, per week 3b oenla
LOSANGELES WEEKLY HERALD
U wdirUihad every Salurdav morning.
mum
Oue jear.by mall oroxpre»»,onoe"py..la«i
Bis months, •' " " " -1 <£
Thr -c " " ...1 00
Advertisements insert erf a' r«a»onable
ram.
All Kinds ul Job-Work aom* lo
lissnapeae witb Ha>» rraaelawo In
l»rlre,Btyle. su<l ot Works
kaMeklß.
Morning Telegrams.
l-aeseuKere Gul«»s Benin.
Mojave, July 7.—Los Angeles-
Mrs Jones snd child, Mrs E D
Thomas and child, C S Watson, Is
abel Hlllmeyer, H Schander, Gen
G S Morgan, Mies M Asplauo, Miss
Anuie F Norton, Wm Nelson, wife
and two children, W T Asplano.
Wilmington—Mrs Anderson.
Anaheim —A H Ferguson, Clias
Waggoer.
Newhall—Frank Thompson.
San Bernardino—Mrs Coubergs
' and two children.
San Gabriel—Mrs Stoneman.
Globs City—John MoMahon.
Fines—E Kirshhoff.
Tombstone—John Paschoby.
Tueson—W E Ewing.
Pantano-W F Mills.
Prescott—Msj Dinus, USA.
Yuma—J H HutcUiues.
f. n per Orim..b».
San Francisco, July 7.—The
Orizaba sailed this morning for
Loa Augeles with tbe following
passenger*: L N Dougherty, Mrs
DN Mooney, Dr Seymour and
wife, Mrs N Riley, C Harazstby,
Bister Isldor and Sister Judith J
Atkins, F Dtiber.
Seruai ■*>«»!■ « raraeeeisnip
Dimmit j.
San Francisco, July 7.—3. M.
Tstlow, one of tbe proprietors of
the Bella Union Theatre, shot his
partner, Wm. Skeantlebury, in
flicting a probably fatal wound.
Tetlow accuses Skeantlebury of
swindling bim in business affairs
' and of threatening his life.
Km* it. Alleged. LuixlHi, ■/»»>.
Portland, Ogn., July 7.— J.
Lynch, proprietor ut' thaaKsjpaintie
-Holer, tS-"tTiry *boi ami instantly
killed Tuos. Watts. Cause, al-
Jeged intimacy of Watts with
\ Ly nch's wife.
lloluirl.l- nt Hrreral.
Merced, July 7.—Sam Euochs,
a gambler, was fatally shot ln a sa
||loon yesterday by Alex. McKenzie.
■ SVire.Muruer MM! ■•MKHt>.
New York, July 7th.—Jacob
Kuntz, who resides at Homestead
Btatlon on Ibe Northern Railroad,
f JTew Jersey, this morning went to
Tji house of his ton at Union Hill,
sphere bis wife resided, and forbade
Jfcer going to a picnic. Upon her
■refusing to comply, Jacob fatally
'•hot her. He then went iuto a
*"S»rn and kilhd himself. Kunlz
~ several times before attempted
>to take hla wife's life and also tbat
of bis son, who protected her.
Kuntz and his wife were both over
•Ixty years of ago.
Haw III* « MlultnlJlU r»u«l •« IMwi
Chicago, July 7.—Tbe Timet
| Washingtou special saj'K A clerk
In tbe Treasury Department Thure
fcky, waa surprised tv find that witb
\|lo bandeil him by Ihe disbursing
officer was a note stating tbat as be
(tbe olerk) bad uot responded to
t MoPberson'a circular, $20 bad been
' (-withheld for campaign purposes.
(The clerk was very iuu'i'jT'iaut, but
; aoon learned tbat he was one of
| many victims, aud lhat any; care
less talk might result iv the t >*» of
, bis place. Tbla is the first time
tb»>r. money lias been deducted from
the pay of Government employees
In tbla manner; »
ftt «>' IBBark eyaMdMate,
CatCAuo, July *-7. — Weaver,
'(Greenback for Preel
■ Oeiei) says )»• wKlf cany Maine,
.California, .V .viurl, Tennessee,
ft Texas anil per ■«_•» I liana. Ue
... >k in by. y Stale io
vLoKi July 7.—The Two
ssjTv'r v 1
arvards In 11 minutes,
\ 'tj\ " TUersce was excoee<lriy>
IMb- »*ud liotly oootestsd through
l \i\ T|,« Harv.irdi v tue tou
i ffl. I .lioee tho »■ • . side ">t the
L f T.lmlny, Cap'alu ef <1 >• larverd
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Columbia at tbe start, and botl
crews got away in good style
thirty-eight strokes a minute
They swung along bow and bow
until the first half-mile buoy was
reached, when the Columbia forged
half a length ahead. This lead was
overcome by the Harvards before
tbe end of the first mile. At tbe
first-mile buoy Harvaids spurted
to forty strokes and got a sllghi
lead, which was gradually in
creased to a length and a quarter al
Ihe finish.
TerrlblH Kl?lOkt..n *• ( M I'l, r »-«,llvv
Bull"?.
Dunkirk, Ohio, July 7.—A hor
rible accident occurred near here
yesterday afternoon. The boiler of
a steam thresher exploded, killing
live persons and seriously wouud
ng four. Tbe scene beggared de
icriptiou. The dead and injured
vera scattered about the place and
the air was filled witli the groans
of the wounded and their frantic
frieuds. Richurd Case wus ins ant
ly killed; bis head was blown a
distance of one hundred yards
from where the body lay,
and his herrt was literally torn out
and found at some distance from
tbe trunk. A. M. Key Harden waa
instantly killed; Geo. Piesle, in
stantly killed; Wm. Frederick iliei
an hour after the accident; it is Ii
Thrush cannot recover; .1. Fredricl
will lose a leg; John McVetley am
A. M. Bower, slightly injured
Tlie cause of the explosion Is un
known. The boiler had never beet
used before.
A Hush-ail !»li •( lined.
Denver, July 7,--At Leadville,
Colorado, last night, Wm. Carter,
while escorting Mrs. Dillon home
from a ball, was met by the hitler's
husband. A quarrel ensued aud
Carter shot Dillon dead.
turkey Armitil.
London, July ".—Turkey lias de
cided to resist ihe acliou of the
great powers in taking away terri
tory, anil Is making vast warlike
preparations
HIGH JINKS AT THE SAND LOT.
Kearney Makes a Weaver Speech- Constint
laterroptioa aad Hootings—O'Leary si a
Pacificator—A Disgraceful Scene—Kearney
Smuggled away by the Folic? to save 1; in
from tbo fxasp-ratsd Crowd.
The Sand I,ot was Hie scene (if
the wildest excitement on Sunday.
Kearney mutinied the rostrum, uud
proceeded to defend himself from
the Recusations of the Humboldt
Hall Convention, composed of the
delegatea who seceded fiom the
State Convention last May. Ue
made slow progress, as ho was con
stantly interrupted liy cheers for
Hancock. Our readers will get a
good idea of ihe violent clash of
sentiment* at the meeting by the
following, taken from the report of
tbe Call:
Kearney—l urn going to vole for
Weaver, the champion of tbe
rights of man. If he does not re
ceive another vote In the United
States, he will receive mine, witb
a thousand blessings. I shed tears
of joy while reading bla letter of
acceptance. [A voice—Oh, you
shut up!] Neither Uai field nor
Hancock dare give utterance In tlie
expressions that he ha* given utter
ance to. [Cheers for Hancock.J
Kearuey (putting on hi* hai l —
"When you get tiled of cheering
I'll go ou." After listening to
cheers for about three minutes,
Kearney said: "Well, boys, have
you got through? Well, vow, in
conclusion —" [Cheers lor Han
cock ] The ponce here proceeded
to remove some of the most enthu
siastic cheerers from the crowd.
Kearney—l hope the police
won't arrest any one. We might
as well be good-natured about it.
[Cheers for Weaver and groans
trom the other side ] After the
Ith of September you will ull try to
crawl back again. [Cheers an I
groans ] In conclusion—[cheers for
HauoovK]—move round to lhe oth
er side uf tbe rostrum; I can't
apeak against this wind. [The
crowd moves to the east side of tbe
platform.] I should think—[cheers
for Haucock]—l propose three
cheers for Weaver and Chambers.
[ Three cheers ] I propose three
cheer* for the VV". V. C. [Cheer*
from one section of Ihe crowd.]
You see they are not Workingmen;
tbey do not cheer. I propose three
groans for lhe Democratic and Re
publican parlies. [Oroana from
one section J You see tlieyare
Democrats nnd liepublloaiis; they
dou't groan. We'll turn them all
out. 'They ur.> only lit to manure
the eurili. They'd se I their votes
for a glass of whisky or beer. Kear
uoy was here presented witti a
bouquet by one of his lady ad
mirers. [Uheers fur Weaver and
groans ] Kearney—Do you find
any thieves on ibis pia form?
[No ] Aren't they all with tlie
Democrats and Republicans?
[Yea.'l Kearney here presented a
green bailge with gold fringe, say
ing that all Weaver men must
wear it, becauso it was the green
above the gold.
brii'V - 1,1 i
Add retard -.it- meeting, dws i g
upon tbe statement lhat he was un
Ameri'jaii out i ' to-.* loi h of ao
;yl„h Dnnoi'rai, and ret was going
to ■ >te fm Wearer , umiii ■■>.■•
l»;igmvt"J. Mayf'el! 'reqnenl-
Irlah Oaibontsa to r m ruber that
',■. .vi. ■/ \ iiiirioi »»i -
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 8. 1880.
ought to blush for shame for the
acts of those red-nosed hoodlums
over there [applause and groans].
The party [cheers] only wants a
whiplash to whip such fools as you.
The Chinese plank [cheers for Han
cock]. Oh, cheer for your old
Kearney — Now look here
Hla words were drowned with yells
and groans.
O'Leary — Never mind them.
Tbey are only Ihe green scum that
floats on tbe surrace of society on
a rotten basis. [Applause] You
miserable curs. [Cheers tor Han
cock 1
O'Lenry (excitedly shaking his
fist at theerowdi -The rotten Dem
ocracy «ent you here to break up
tbis meeting. [Cheers for Han
cock]
Gannon—This meeting will
never be captured. If 400 police
men cannot keep order next Sun
day, we will organize ourselves
Into a police force, and ih row all
you Democrats over ou the otber
side of the feuce. [Unanimous ap
plause ami prolonged cheering.]
Gannon was about to proceed,
when he was cautioned hy Kear
ney. He coutluued, hiivvever: All
we cool men will send you drunken
Democrats where you belong. [Ap
plause.] You are trying tn create
a riot, iiut whatever happens, the
blume will rest on your lum!-.
Arthur Elliot, Jimmy Mulroy,
and vv. H, Smith, addressed the
meeting, and were alternately
cheered, howled ut, groaned ami
boated.
Kearney ouoe again essayed to
speak, Inn. waa groaned down, lie
then said he would tire them out,
ami ordered three cheers for Weav
er. [ Three cheers.]
Opposite wing—Three cheers for
Hancock.
Kearney—Three cheers for Weav
er.' [Three cheers.]
Opposite wlug—Three clietrs for
Hancock.
Ten rounds were thus given, the
crowd becoming more and more
excited, and the lot presenting the
appearance of a perlect pandemo
nium.
THE POLICE INTERFERE.
Captain Short, %lio was present
[with about fifteen men, came in
front ofthe platform uud told Kear
ney that he had belter adjourn the
meeting, as his acts were tending
to create a breach of the peace, as
the crowd had already become very
turbulent. After whispering to
Captain Short ami motioning to
tlie rear of lhe platform, to which
place Captain Short and hia men
retired, Kearney then adjourned
the nie«iiiijr, anil, ollmblug over
tiie back railing of the platform,
was surr.uiinled by the police, but
not a moment too soon, for tbe
crowd of excited and yelling men
ami women made a rush toward
him, pouting im|.r.-cations upon
lua head. lhe police drew their
Clubs, aud, assisted by tbe female
Warrior ol' the sand lot, several
times charged the crowd, whicn
fell hack. The police escorted
Kearney down McAllister street,
but were obliged to turn two or
three times to churgH on the crowd,
which was now wild with excite
ment, the Democratic wing desir
ing to gei hold of Kearney, and the
Greeni ackers claiming that be was
under arrest and must be rescued.
On Market sireet Kearney was
placed in the Brat hack met, aud,
accompanied by Captain Short and
two police ofllcers, driven rapidly
away, while the remaining ofllcers
held the crowd ut bay and later dis
perse, l it.
Vote Taken.
Is cut from the Sate Journal,
Springfield, 111., the following:
"Among the sick and disable I, a
ballot taken iv person and by
proxy, resulted In torm hy a unan
imous vote in favor of Warner's
Safe Remedies.
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quired with oLlier NnapH. It is lully euual
tv a servant. On washday one bar will do
ihe work oi two of oilier kinds of soap,
and I* f»r *up *rlor to the best brands In
market as a family so*a.p, to bo lined for
any and all purposes In which soap is
wanted — laundry, bath or tohet. lis
he iim : propertii s are unequalled for
chapped h.inilH, sores, et i,, etc. Its eras-
IT* powers aro wonderful for removing
grease, pitch, primer's Ink, seruhhlng
and removing stains from any fabric
without injury; us well ><h lhe finest
laces, linens, cambrics. Flannels come
from the wash sweet, pure, white and
uninjured. Try tt. We know UWIil give
salMientton and do all nnd metre than we
recoiriDl'lxl it ior; wJJi not ii.Jwo thu
finest lam ie. A-.k your grocer tor It.
it is sold, wholesale, ln the rear of No.
21 franklin street, by
QBORGH HART,
Je2!Xw*wjy3 loi Manufacturer.
lltI It Is the best Blood Purifier, and stimulate*
every function to more bealthniiaction, and it
thus a benefit In all diseases. "
Inollmloating tbe impurities of the blood.tm
natural and necessary result Is lhe cureof semi
nlous and other Skin Eruptions and Diseases
Including Cancers, Ulcers and other Sores
Dyspepsia, Weakness of the Stomach. Const!
iwtlonV vlxzlness. General Debility, etc., an
cured hy the ittafo Billerm. It is anequalei
as an appetizer und recular tonic,
lt is a medicine which should be in every fnrn
fly, and which, wherever used, will aave lu<
NBS W A I)V RR.TTS EMENTS
OLB AND RELIABLE.
Uit. Bakfoiio'b Livnit Inyiqoratoii
i» n til.rl Family Ra&ecjy for
la. JsjWi Piirolv^.sdfl^
W.*** ,lnB US(,<i
1 if H BP*** m i' P rn «tio«
Ira M b y tho public.
IPJS" with unprecedented results!
V" BCND FOR CIRCULAR
J. r.H. SANFOROj M.D., a^fflss^
a w Dsrasm wru teu. roc its rem titkm.
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i™iaUp>m>,mam*gphysician as a great im
roveme,. mlhn ordinary fir,re,us rfaUrr. Atk any ■
ly-inni- in jmiir eiwn loathly al*rut il. The valua-
W QtwlßM ot the common porous plaster are lv
article Increasedlo fold iy nev, and scientific
indication. It relieves almost at onre and cures -
bora other plasters fail oven to relieve It Is "
llliotit doubt th* best remedy ever devised for
arnennd Weak Haok, Rheumatism, Spinal nnd
idney Complaints nnd all local nelies aiidpnlna
mid Imilatloos.Sold bynll nni cc i„ts,Prlce Sc! 1
eabukt & Johnson 31 Piatt St., N. V, Proors! '
ITAGES TO THE CANYON.
T. H. WIcNALLY
[ns established n regular Hue of stages
Prom Hmitii 3lonlca j
TO THE CANON,
UNNINCJ EVERY HOUR AND ON .
THE ARRIVAL OK TRAINS. '
' 1
eo-tlc solicits a share of the puhllo
•atrouase. iels-lm
NSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
ADD '
Musical Institute. |
Lessons wil be I yen In the Qrirmnn
Crouch and Spuhihli languages, Lliera*
,ure aud Needlework. <
l'he uiu .lent instruction will bo given 1
if ter the most Improved Uerman
method.
14) too student of music the Institute
>ffi*rs an Hxeollcnt opp inunlLy to enter
Apod the course of .nivun ;-d grades for
sl4Mfo*l m Mte. by thn approve! luein
nl of (Jrad.is aTaruiussmn par Ulementl.
MRS. E. RENE,
No ft Third Htkeet,
between Main and Spring.
References— Prof, Schumacher, First
Instructor ol' Music at the Brooklyn Col
lege; Dr. J. Kunz, J. M. Urilll, li. I. M. .
Hellman. mritStf
Los Angeles Infirmary,
CONDUCTED BY
THE SISTERS OF CHARIIY.
Mi tliat ed Opposite the tS ew j
Depot ofthe H. I*. It. H,, j
In a most healthful location and easy of i
access from every part of the city.
Terms from $0 to 14 per Week.
IjlUrctlA.Lt ARRANGEMENTS madr
wlth Societies.
Kor further particulars and terms np*
ply tothe Misters at the Hospital. la7tt
NEW YORK BREWERY
PHIL. LAUTM
(Bnci-Bttrtcir \i» Ctula, Henue) Proprietor.
The PUHKST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAGKR BEER Bouth of
Han Francisco.
Order* for DRAUGHT or roTTLKB
BKr.n promptly attended to.
Tho celebrated Beer from this Brewery
Aftfiw coiruiM.lt Inn in thn Htate. mrft-tf
phuadeTphia
BREWERY!
D. MAIILSTEDT, Proprietor.
BKBiVuisaaiactur'ed in Ekiutberi Cal|-j
I fornla. Order. Inr Draught, or Uoulert I
| OUR BEEaIHNONPARKIU Jeltl
NOTICE,
iirsi ie.l'.nt in inly, Wmi.-v iv's cauMS
Will be '.trieketn/oiu vlo ro'i
■vi 'ill; a n. , r ft,
': TiSII I Hfl tfl nisll rnlll Hi r) " . 4
LAWYER-*.
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN.
I>l -1 Ally.
SMITH & BROWN,
Attorneys nt Law.
OfHoe-ROOMS Nos. 91 aud »2. TF.M
PLE BLOCK, mnrll-lt
J. Brousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. SO AND Sr. BAKER BLOCK
mhiU
11. 31. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
OOiie-ROOMS 78 AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOCK. mh'Af
INO. 8. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
Graves & Chapman,
Attorneys £c Counsel,
lor* at Law,
Rooms Nos. 2 and 4, Baker Blook. felltf
J. G. EASTMAN, A.J.KING,
S. HALEY, JOHN UOBART3.
Eastman, Haley, King &
Robarts.
Attorney a* at Law.
OFFICK-Nos. 8,4,8rad 0. STKKLIT/.
3LOGK, spring street, Los Angeles.
Will practice in ibe >iv, nono and all
itato Courts. Particular attention paid
o land and mining canes. oldm
JOHN 0. MORGAN,
Vttornoy nt Law,
Offloe with J. G. Eastman, Strelltz
Uoca, Sprlug street. uil7tf
8. C. HUBBELL.
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Booms uu 4
" Ducommun a Block, corner Ma.n ;
omraerclal atreets, Los ■> *•• elos. ynay7-ll
Pit P. Ramirez, .
LTTOUNHY AT I. .V VV.
OFFICE—Temple Blook, No. 72, Los ,
ngeles. m2-lm '
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, j
IXAMINERS OF TITLE
AMD CONVEYANCERS,
Km,tna IS and 14, McDonald Blook,
Mali, St., l.Gtt ANGELES,CaI.
septSU
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. j
.umber Dealers.
CORNER OF
.lamcdaand First Strevte
100 ltd, WINDOWS, J
BLINDS, SHINGLES, {
. POSLS, LATHS, :
SHAKES, HAIR, '
'LA3TER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. t
j
UMBER AT REDUCED PRICES !
— AT— |
'erry, Woodworth & Co.'s
LUMBER YARDS ,
-AN D -
'LANING MILLS,
.... ;e I'.isunirrclnl etreet, neav
Kallror.il Depot. mr2o-tf-,
H. NEWMARK & CO., (
Wholesale Grocers.
Dealer In Wool, Grain, Hides.
I, 13 & 15 LOS ANUELICS ST. '
;ieatr
,
W. D. GIBBS.
'HK PIANO TUNER, thankful f.»r the .
MUronugfl «lven. respectfully solicits a '
outluuance of the sainu nnd states lhat
ie has come tn stay. Many HrKt-clina
i ferences can bo iitven here nnd else- •
riisre, Leave orders lv boxes at Lewtn's 1
loOkStors or Xhwn (Stand In P. O. Hulld
ntf, at Krdman's Bookstore, or at Day A
IOTCLKin's rurnltnro store. Jel-im
BAYFIELD
ffater Elevator and Purifier.
fA Pump nnd I'uriiior
< '/>ms>: it -• < 1. 1
PATKMTBD IBPTKMUBn 26, lb. ..
THE MAYFIELD WATER EL
EVATOR, will make the Kotilebl
Well or I'istern SWEET, PURE
AND WHOLESOME, in ten days
or leas time.
It elevates water easier Uiau uny other
i.ovittO. It never freeKes. It never oorrodes.
It has no wooden tubes to taint tlio water*
It nils the bucket at the bottom ot tliu well
or oisteru. It agitates the water by pasfr
llons 6! sir through it i,« loiui
l.rev,. tglei . VVu'or Lice and Xf% it
Hogs to their prr.rsr eleamni/. 11 tvUi
«ay» il- j .iceone, every year in .l.r;-i'u»iDg
witb tVe as. of aan* - us I *ken tt to I
t tho avalem to remnre t?,o i-.fle*it of impels
».t»r,by rendering tin pn-r, stest
m I whotawwao.
A ohild eight yejuft old can, witb cere,
I ■~. s.;ijr ie',iooi, ~i ; tho use r»f a ta/jje
siuily oiiof a nfij-io a woil For further
| tnfurrhation, iiddresi'
BSOWNIN6. I OPF. & CO.
Io«»«q»vt>:i«,.Iu(l^,,
PHYSICIANS.
HENRY WORTHINGTON, M.O.
Office, McDonald Block.
Residence - No. BSlxthfit,
jeiatr
K. D. WISE, IM. D.,
Giaduatod in tbe Jefferson Medical
College, iVhlladelphla, la 1865. Diseases
>f wutnen a specialty; also, all cases re
tiring surgical treatment, whether
vale or female. Can exhibit to patients
nay remarkable specimens of surgical
'iterations performed in California.
These, with the living witnesses from
rhom they were taken, I offer as my
>est testimonials.
■wofflce in cardona Block, Main St.,
*os Angeles, Cal. my:i r
D. T. MORGAN, M. D.,
Soulist, Aurlst & Surgeon
OFFICE No. 84, FORT STREET.
Formerly from tbe East; late of China
.nd Japan. Correot diagnosis given In
.11 eases.
OJtlco hours—V A. m. to 5 p. M. ap27tf
W. LotoU Dodge, M. D.,
tl O M CE O PAT XI IST.
ROOMS 6 A Is, CARDONA BLOCK,
K)s Angeles. ap2tf
Dr. Griffin,
aw-Officeand Residence—EAST SIDE
IF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST.
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
.'hytftaira and eon
lesldcnce. Fort Hill, I Office, Masearel
ucna Vista street. I Building, upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
'O'UNTY PHYSICIAN.
k/TASCAREL BUILDING. UP STAIRS.
vX Kesidence, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
tain street.
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from
to 4 P. M. apTO-ti
Joseph Kurtz, M. D.
Offloe—No. 83, MAIN STREET, over
otter A Bradley's. Resldeuco— llueuu
lata street.
Bye and Ear nspeclalty. myltf.
No More Backache!
Oregon has long been noted for the
oudenul variety of her natural ro
• ui-ce». iler hills and valleys are stored
ith the otio.cesi of .Nature's lavish
one by oue these elements of her
'ealness an being sought out, under
oud und auapted to the use of her peo
e. '1 he latent ot these discoveries Is
te Oregon Kidney Tea, a plant which
'uwi In mountain fastnesses which are
luuiu trodden hy tbe loot of man. The
ka made from Lbis plant IsaCEK
AIS AND SI'EHDV CUKE FOX ALL
IrtEASES OF IHE KIDNEYS AND
KJNAKV Olt'iANS.
Lodge, Davis & <Jo., Prop's,
Portland, Oregon.
fcTFOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR. I
!
Popular Monthly Drawing ol the
ommonwaalth Distribution Co., !
AT MAC&ULEY'S THEATE*,
IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, '
>n Saturday July 31svt, ISSO.
These drawings, autborlzed by Iho '
legislature and sustained by all lhe 1
ourls of Kentucky, acoordlng to v con* 1
raci made with the owners wf the Frank.
jrt, grant, will occur regularly on the ,
ist day of every month, Sundays anil ,
'r-dovs excepted, for the period of FIVE
P E A.IIH, terminating on June 30,1885.
The United Stares Oirouit Court ou
larch 31st, rendered tho following deal- ,
"isi—That tho Commonwealth Dislrl
io; ion Company Is legal,
ii j -jii*Urnwings are fair,
'l he Management call attention lo the ,
Ihera) scheme which has met wMi suoh
>opuisr f.ivur hcretolore, aud which will
gum he presented for the
JULY DRAWING. <
1 Prize „. 130,000 i
1 Prize 10,000
I Prize 6,0110
10 Prises, «10uo each 10,000 ;
till Prizes, $500 each- 10,000 ,
100 Prlzos, $100 euch 10,000
2tm Prizes, too each 10.U0O ,
UUU Prizes, 820 each 12.0UU
001 Prizes. $10 eacl 10,000
II Prizes, 8300 each, Approxima
tion prizes 2,700
0 Prizes, 8200 euch, Approxluia.
tlon prizes , 1,800
tt Prizes, $100 each, Approxima
tion prizes 000
MO Prizes $112,400
WbnloTlokets,s2. Half Tickets, $1.
27 rlokots, $50. 65 Tickets, $100.
Remit by Postofflce Money Order Reg- ,
.si.-red Letter. Bank Draft or Express.
To insureagaiust mistakes und delays,
lorrespondents will please write tbsir
names and places of residence plainly, i
riving number of Post-Office box or
street, nnd Town, County and State.
All communications connected with
he Distribution and Orders for Tickets
diould he addressed to R. M. BOARD
MAN, Courier-Journal building, Louis
ville, Ky.. or HO7 und SO» Broadway.
New York. Nt-dAw I
W. E. MOHfFORD, '
AIIKNT Ft* THU t'AI.'IFH: Ml. 13Ai. f
- J.IKB IV-iORANCK '". OF
i .'. LIrOItNIA. i
l£a»CsV£«» UroUeif, j
t;t HI • H 1. .-tiir Wi'ltlCl*. I
* sit V J
mlT** *" > '" * ' '°" t '
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
GOODALL, PERKINS * CO.. AGENTS
SAN FRANCISCO.
Ban Francisco and Los
Angeles.
SCHEDULE FOR JUNE AND
JULY.
Coming Bouth Going North
3ST > c 5?
33 •*! S3
Il t< &s
STEAM Ens 2.* £-5 3 2"
li h 3 s? If
Orizaba.... June 17 Juno 19 June2l June 23
Anoon " 22 " 24 •' 2d •• 28
Orliaba.... "27 " 2t> July 1 Inly I
Ancon July 2 July 4 " 6 " 8
Orilabu.... '• 7 " 9 " 11 " 1.1
Ancon " 12 •' 14 111 " 18
Orizaba.... " 17 " 19 " 21 " 2:1
Ancon " 21 •• M " 26 " 28
Orliaba.... "27 "29 " 31 Aug.. 2
Both steamships call at Port Harlord
(SanLuisOblspo)anil Santa Barbara.
Tbe Company reserves the rlirht ' o
change the steamers or their day? of
sailing.
SVPaasengers for San Francisco take
the train lor Wilmington that leaves
Los Augeles at 3.45 o'clock P. M., Los An
geles time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
THE BTEAMEBS
Orizaba and Ancon.
Leave san Pedro for San Diego June 19,
21,2}, July 9, 14, 19, 21 and 29.
Passeugers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 3.45 p. at.,
Los Angeles time.
Rates ol Fare from Los Angeles.
(Payable In Gold.)
Cabin. Steerage.
Toßun Francisco 116 00 SIO 00
To Port Harford 12 00 9 00
To Sauta Barbara 8 00 8 00
To San Dieg0......... 8 OU 6 00
Plans of steamers'cabins at agent's office,
where berths may be scoured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Lo? Angeles leaves San
Bueouventura and Santa Barbara for Sau
Francisco every Sunday, calling at way
Port&/ *■
Freight steamers leave San Franolsco
for San Pedro, Anaheim Lauding and
Newport about every ten days.
For Passage or Freight as above, or
(or tlokets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to
H.McLELLAN,
Local Agent, Offloe, No. 66} Main
street, over the Commercial Bank,
Los Aunol B.
Se Pa Re Re
COMMENCING TUESDAY,
June 22nd, 1880,
And until further notice*
THAINH
Will leave LOS ANGELES SB follows:
9. Ofl A. M.—DAILY— Local passenger
.OU train via L. A. A 1. R. It. to
junta Monica.
W.QC A M.—DAIL Y—Looal passenger
■OU iraiu lo Wilmington.
I .ip p. M.—DAILY—Pan Frnnelsoo F.x
■lv press train, Qonueotlna a* l.athrop
iviiii the Atlantic Kxihchs tr.tiu ot the
Jentral Paciuo Kailroad.
2.OCP. M.-DAlLY—Ariiona Express
,Z0 train for Yuma (Colorado Klver
• learners), Maricopa (stages lor Phmnls
tnd Prescott), i am Grunde (stages foi
Florence and Globe), lucsnu (stages for
iuayinas and Sonora) anil for Unison
stages for Tombstone und Nser Mexico,
3 .0il P. M — DAILY-Loral Passenger
•OU trttln to WRialuatOU.
&.f\{\ P, M.—DAlLY—laical Passenger
•UU liaiu lo Santa Ana, connecting
vvim sTages ror nna njcgw,
4 .10 P M.—DAILY, EXCEPT fcUN
.tU InYH.—vu»L. * 1. K. M.—
Lota.. Passenger train 10 Mouioa.
1 .EH P. M.—DAILY-Ban Franolsco
T.BU ihrougb Krelsht and Thlrd-
Jluss Accommodation train.
s.Cf| p. M.-SUNI)\YS OSLY—Via
■OO [.. a. AI.R. lt —Local passenger
'.rain to Sauta Monlcu.
TICKET OFFICES I
Commercial St. R. R. Depot:
DKPuT mnttUtt «. P. R. R.
A. N. TOWNE,
General Superintendent.
T. H. UOODMAN,
Geueral Passenger und Ticket Ag't.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent., Los Angeles,
BOOKS, TOYS,
FANCY GOODS,
4 A*,)!
Miisic&f Insiruinents,]
houd a ys,
—•* Ou ft»und tv
Ommcnse Cuantitjos
Lowest Living ; *-.->
All. 'I
LOUIS 1
utrrjir
NO. 136 i
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS
BANK
Of Eos Augoles.
CAPITAL 200,000 00
Reserve Fund... 76,000 00
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
Vloe-Presldenl
JOHN MILNEH Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
J?- 4 '* 8 W- HiaatiK, John s. GairriM
9- W- • C«ixtjs, C. E. Thorn.
L. C. Goodwin, A. Glassblt,,
Pnii» Gaimikr, Dom. Amemtoy
Jose Mascahel.
Exchange for sale ob
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Buy and Hall
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY.
AND CITY BONDS.
h " tbWt|>f ' a * m
Commercial Bank
Of Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital 300,000
. E. HOLLENBECK -.Preside!..
E. F. BPENOE c , tMf} ,
DIRECTORS.
A. H. Wiicox, w. Woodworth,
B. H. Mott, H. Mabout.
L LANKBBHRIM, O. S. WITHEKBY
E.Y.BPENCE. J. E. l/oLLRHBMeif
This Bank Is prepared to received*
posits on open account, Issue Certificates
IrrJaruVlne'ss" t """' aot »« enerol **W
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at current rates of exchange.
LOS AN6ELIT^I«TTIiUi|{.
MAIN STREET
Los Augoles _
Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000
J. 8. SLAUSON President
I>IRfcCTORS.
J.H. Hi.APRON, A, W. llowwam
J. BtXBY. OKO . w . pb MCOt
R M. \\ IDNEY.
Buy and sell exchange on San K,an ci,«,
Fra" kfort.' Lond<:u ' P " rl "' Be'"" w«J
3uy exchange on all part, ol the Unite
Slates and Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tlflcate of Deposit, and do a genera)
banking and exchange business.
BOCIKTY NOTIUKM.
Masonic Notice*.
» Angeles I o.lgeAo.ia. ..
_/V. * *; ■•—?*• staled meetlDki
Tt JT 01 Lodge are held on Its
' M. Members of Penis,"
pba. Ivo. 202, and all Master Meson.: ;»
good Ptandlus are corJiiillv invited
Hy order of tlie Ws-M:-
Chas. Smith, Secretary.
Los Angeles Chapter No. 33, lb. a,
if
» /rttVl MONDAY or each month.
a*,*- *•. al M «*o»lc Hali:
Ita MB'/ "oJourning companions la
BY XTf E°od standing cordis 1 ly tn.
"Mr "ted. By order of
ISJil SJi A. W. EDELMAN, H. J"
1 I Bam. Praoir,
IhbsJ Secretary.
§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE. No. 26,
meets every Thursday evening, ul
7 o'clock, ut tbe Castle-Hut l ,
Downey Block. All sojonn ~. i.iilgh.e
in good standing are eordiuiiv invind *
_ „ I. A. 1)CNH»I00|( .1 ,;'
C. K. Milks,K. or It. H
KNIGHTS TLIJih-L~AH
%p£%m7 omur D * Lion Cominanaera Ne
9, k;. t\
Holda Its stated conclaves at the
lum ln Mnsonlc Hall, on tlie l'hl™
THURSDAY ol each month,at 7* o'clock
*• *,• Sojourning Knights Templar la
good standing are oordlally invited to at
tend. By order of the
E. c*.
J. C. I.itti.kfiki. n. feeoorder.
Lei Angeles Council Mo 11, Hoyal sac
Saleel Masters f. a 4. ■),.
Holds Ita stated assembles on the .11,
Monday of each mouth ul Masonic Hall
at 7:110 p.m. Rejourning companions In
good standing uro fraternally invited vi
attend. By order of tue Th*. Hi*.
B. G. CUNNIKOHAM. Heobrder.
I.os aagclm SO, I. o. O. r
mm amm \ m \ ....'J? ;;u ' Br meeting held on .
d«jj&WKI>NKSIjAY KVENIiu >,:
tQMKpreacli week at o'clock. Ho
. ™ looming brethren i„ gone
standing aro oordlally Invited.
A. FaAiasr. R. s. * W " BAHD - »• "
Confidence Engine Company No. 2
.T .REGULAR MEETINGS v
/taWi this Company will take r.lact
L-SSeX on the ifrst V..1....1.,. ,
' W' ' . il 'ililfl, yftr,
. i MMWMMWMMtaa
STOCKHOLCEHS' mEETINiv

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