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J OMllifil 13. LYNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
ir annum, by mall orexpress ......$lO
a months " " *
are* months " " • *
silvered by carriers, per week .28 cents
OS ANUELES WEEKLY HERALD
Ispuhlt&hed every Saturday morning.
TERMS.
is yaar.by mail or express,one oopy.. WOO
si months, ■* " " Jl —1 it
krse " " " " " ~lo*
Advertisements inserted at reasonable
Ass.
All Kind, of Jos-Work don* to
am pete with Hum Franclaco la
rlea.gtyle, and ■lvsjsusee of Works.
i.a.hlD.
Late Telegrams.
VMM»|m tiulDC HOUIII.
MoJAVK, Oct. 16.—Loa Angeles—
C Roberts, H O Sturtevant, M B
Julvert, IE E Nay lor, Heo F Baker,
Gumbergum, J Bowers, Dan
'organ, W L Ames, Mike Kear,
Bturgie, J W Stathan, H Grab
er, P Del Mayne, G Reppy, A P
loCall.
Newball—Mra Evodards and
imlly.
Colton—H W Hudson.
Arliooa—A J" Jordon, J Jauoier,
! Hanie, Manuel Montera, J W
irant, 8 Eraser, J W Ham, A L
'eok, M Garrett.
lerieas Tvonaie* Asiiripsira wills
ibe yjiea. .
Washington, Oct. IS.—Com.
nlealoner Meaehatn and Agent
terry telegraph from Loi Pinos lo
lecretary Schurz. Meacbam's die
latch dated October 12th, cays:
terry line gone lo the Indians'
amp to quiet the Indians. Tbe
instable bas oalled for a posse,
loth tba Constable aod tbe mili
ary are waiting.to know about
heir jurisdiction. If Berry leaves
be agency,the employes will leave.
! bave been summoned as a wit
less for tbe State. The military
xpeots instructions tbio evening.
I conflict between tbe State and
Joneral Government seema prob
ible. Tbe Utes will doubtless he
nvolved. I think It Impossible at
bis time for surveys to be attempt
*." Tbe surveys referred to are
boao required to be made prelim
nary to opening up tbe reserva
lon for aeltlemeut.
Barry's dispatch, dated October
id, saye: "I bave been compelled
0 leave for Gunnison City In
ibarge of the Sheriff to answer for
he Billing of Jaokson by tbe Id
lans. The sgenoy is lv charge of
tiller. Maltera are in a perilous
loudition owing to my absence.
3au the Attorney-General Issue
irders tn suspend action lv the caae
until safety Is assured?"
BCHURZ COMMUNICATES WITH
GOV. PITKIN.
! Secretary Srhtirs sent the follow
log telegram to Gov. Pitkin of Col
orado:
j "I consider it my duty to com
municate to you information re
ceived al tbls Department, tbat the
excitement growing out of tbe
killing of an Indian and tbe subse
juent killing of a white man,
threatens serious difficulties, and
io disturb all the results of our
iflort, vow on the point of consum
mation, lo settle the Indian prob
lem lv Colorado in a just and
peaceable manner. Mr. Berry,
igeut of the Uncompagbre TJtee,
;elegrapu* that he has been arrest
id and is to be taken to Gunnisou
in a warrant Issued by a Justice of
he Peace there, charging bim
ritb the murder of a white mau
rho killed au Indian. Mr. Meaoh
m, one of the TJte Commissioners,
emporarlly at Los Pinos, reports
bat be has been summoned under
1 subpoena as a witness. Thus the
wo officers wbo probably, more
ban any others, possess tbe oonfl
lenoa of the Indiaus and can best
te depended upon to exercise upon
hem a wholesome influence, are
amoved from them at tbls critical
noment. At the same time It Is
umored that lawless persons are
otending lo seize upon and kill
bete officers of the Government so
•oo aa I bey are out of tbe reserva
lon, The Information here ia to
be effeot tbat these officers did all
bey oould lo save tbe life of tbe
white man reported killed, Instead
>f putting it in peril. Mob vio
enoe uaed against these men in all
irobabllity will be followed by
itbsr lawless acts disturbing tbe
>eace botween tbe Indians aod
rbltes, and there appears reason to
•ar that in this way an Indian war
nay be brought on, sure to result
n tba loss of hundred of lives and
riany millions In money, and great
Isaater to the Industries of Colora
lo. Military aa wsll as civil offl
ion on the reservation have been
nstruoted to use every possible
iffort to restrain ths excitement of
ihe T ndiaos and prevent a collision,
rything ir| being done on our
/t to avert from Colorado tbe ca
.mltles at an Indian war.
■spnlelou af Jessma.
Toulouse, Oot, 15 —The polioe
ejected thirteen Jesuits wbo bad
re-entered tbe oollege here as pro
fessors. The college was formerly
a Jaauit institution.
Rome, Oot. 16.—Tbe death Is an
nounced of Cardinal Bartalomo
Pacea, Archbishop of Maggeor
dowes, and Pietro Eroole Visoantl,
tha mrcbaologlst
No remedy for kidney disease!
heretofore, discovered can he held
lor ono moment tn comparison
with Warner's g * '
I4»*rCure.—(7. j ■ it-.-/. i>. J>.,
WcHhififton, D. C
Daily Los Angeles Herald.
Pacheco on Finances.
A friend wbo heard the state
ments, reports to us the following
positions as taken by Romualdo
Pacbeoo in his canvass for Con
gress. Tbe statements were made
at Lompoc: First, he says there is
gold and sliver ooln enough to do'
the business of tbe country with*
out any necessity for paper. If
this Is so, what is the propriety of
allowing the small debts of tbe
banks to be used for money by au
thority of Government? and what
is tbe need of greenbacks to redeem
tbem with? There \i not gold and
sliver enough iv the United
States to pay oue yeai's Interest
on tbe public and private Interest
bearing debts, and not enough to
pay all of the taxes, and If Romu
aldo Paobeco doos not know tbat
tbe coin actually in circulation
would not yive us ten dollars per
oapita, and tbat If our currency
was reduced to It, more than half
of the present business would bave
to be stopped and half of tbe busi
ness men bankrupted; then be
ought to go to a primary school be
fore be goes to Congress. Second,
be says the Government oannot
make a legal tender paper money.
Here, he is In conflict with tho
law wbicb bus made Ibe green
back a legal tender, and only ex
cepted for interest ou Government
bonds and import duties. Third,
be says there uever was any paper
currency In our couutry a
full legal tender nor at par
with gold until Sherman made
it so by receiving it the same as
gold. Here he Is at fault again,
for the first {60,000,000 or green
backs were a full legal tender, and
uever fell below gold, as they were
receivable for revenue and all debts
and needed no authority of the
Treasurer to refute oomplia.ee
with the law, as Hherruan dees
when he sets It at dstlanoe to grati
fy tbe bankers wbo do not want
the law amended, lest it should In
terfere with some future plan of de
preciation in contemplation. —San
ta Barbara Independent.
MISCELLANEOUS
DEMOCRATIC
MEETINGS
Will bo held ut tbe following planes and
addressed by the following speakers:
Monday, Oct. 18, Tustiu City:
J. D. BBTHUNE,
T. LYNILL.
Tuesday, Oot. 19, Norwalk:
S. M WHITE,
W. F. HEATHMAN.
Tuesday Oot. 19. Pomona:
COL. WM. H STEPHENS.
Wednesday, Oct. 20, Sau Fernando:
B. OHANBsLER,
W. F. HEATHMAN,
S M. WHITE
Wednesday, Oct. 20, Spadra.
COL. WM, H. STEPHENS.
Thursday, Oct. 21, Westminster:
VICTOR MONTGOMERY,
J. D. BETHUNK.
Thursday, Out. 21, Downey City:
COL. W. li. STEPHENS.
Thursday, Oct. 21, La Dow School
Distriett
STEPHEN M. WHITE,
W. F. HEATHMAN.
Friday, Ootooer 22, El Monte:
WALLACE LEACH,
R. F. DEL VALLE.
Friday, Ootober 22, Los Nletos:
H. M. SMITH,
W. D. STEPHENSON.
Friday, Oct. 22, Comptoti:
COL WM. n. STEPHENS.
Saturday, October 28, Anaheim:
S. M. WHITE,
W. D. STEPHENSON.
Saturday, October 23, Azusa:
R. F. DEL VALLE,
WALLACE LEACH.
Monday, Ootober 25, Santa Aim:
WALLACE LEACH,
R. F. DEL VALLE.
Tuesday, October 26, Downey City:
R. F. DEL VALLE.
WALLACE LEACH.
Wednesday, October 27, Compton:
WALLACE LEACH,
R. F. DEL VALLE.
Thursday, Oct. 28, Wilmington:
R. F. DEL VALLE,
WALLACE LEACH.
Friday, Oot. 29, Santa Monica:
WALLACE LEACH,
R. F. DEL VALLE,
W. f. HEATHMAN.
By order of the Central Committee.
J. C. DeTurk,
FEED AND LIVERY STABLES,
Near corner of First and Fort streets.
•smuggles, spring wagons and saddle
horsss to hire.
Doable team and buggy .a day ll.ao
Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 2.50
Halt a day ___ „_ 1.50
■•-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
s22tr
Kimball Mansion,
NEW HIGH STREET. Los Angeles, Cal.
Spacious Parlors, Fine Suits and large
Single Rooms, containing all Modern
Conveniences. THE TAHLK supplied
with the best the market affords.
The Mansion is pleasantly situated on
an eminence, near the business oentre,
overlooking tbe city, surrounded by an
ever.blooming flower garden, away from
noise and dust, and commands a charm/
log view of mountain and valley.
Mrs. M. H. KIMBALL,Prop's.
Los Angeles, September 17th, IMO.
(Fa coughs, jmA
WRHEUMATISM.il 7
BENSON'S CAPCTTTE POROUS PLASTER
soothes, relieves almost at once and cares where
other pissters fail even to relieve. It contains
grester A more powerful pain relieving, strength
ening sad curative properties than tho common
porous plaster, aud is far superior to llnimsnts
sad the so-called electrical appliance.. It is
rueclally recommended for Ihe above ailments,
also fur Spinal mm* Kidney Ceasflaints.
Pleurisy, Sci.ilce and all meal Aefcee mm*
I Fains, When anserine you will do wsiltetaka
nirte **l".s !•«■ «>•: • * JtWa, DO
: v ..... .it,"" stifled for
kJomtsea.
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING. OCT. 17 1880.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
H. IVX. Barham,
DEMOOKATIC CANDIDATE
FOR SHERIFF.
.A.. T. Currier,
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE
FOR SHERIFF.
-A.. B. Moffltt,
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
County Treasurer.
L. Lichtenberger,
REPTBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY TREASURER.
H. F. del Valle,
Democratic Nominee
For ASSEMBLYMAN
W. B\ ELeathman
One of Ihe Demooratlo nominees for
MEMBER of the ASSEMBLY.
JB\ W. Ramirez,
One of the Republican Candidates
For Member of the Assembly.
-A.. "W. JPOTTS,
Democratic Nominee for
COUNTY CLERK.
H. ME, WHITE,
Democratic Nominee for
District Attorney.
GrifflnJohiii,toii
Democratic Candidate for
County Recorder.
-A.. 132. rSepulreda
Democratic Candidate for
COUNTY AUDITOR.
J. W. POTTS,
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE
FOR AU PITOR.
W. 13. dillen
le a Candidate for re-election to the
oinoe or
County Tax Collector.
George O. Knox
Democratic Candidate for
County Surveyor.
O. XI. BJL,IS-i!S,
Demooratlo Candidate for
SUPERVISOR. 3d District
13. >1. Adams,
Demooratlo Candidate for
City Justloe of tha Peace.
John Trafl'ord,
Demooratlo Candidate for
Township Justice of
the Peace.
X,. A.. Lil3l •»>,
Democratic Candidate for
Township Constable.
H. SLOTTERBECK
lias re-opened at bis old stand.
77 Main Street.
Guns, Pistols, Rifles,
Ammunition, Cutlery,
A N U
HI?OI*T*NG GOODS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
REFAI RING
AREPULLY ATTENDED TO.
THE COMMERCIAL
RESTAURANT
V. DOL, PROP'S,
Downey Block, Main St.
Receive, alive and nerves up every day
tha choice.t FIHH, Including HOLE,
TURBOT and SEA TROUT.
MR. DoL Is the exclusive oonslgneo of
the celebrated FROM AGE DE UKIK,
which can only be bad at till, r.smurant
SPRINO CHICKENS, Just In from the
ranches, cooked la every style.
This itestauraut m Los Angeles's Del
monloo. myltf
ROBERT TP. WEISS,
jar hpring street.
Real Estate A House Agent.
Will give special attention to the rent
ing of houses, rooms, farms, etc. Rents
oollected.
All business entrnsted to his ears will
»o««lv. prompt attention. •Mia
BUSINESS CARDS.
, JUDSON, SILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms 18 and 14. MoDonald Block,
Main SL. LOS ANGELES, Cal.
■ sepWU
PHINEAB BANNING.
! rORVVARDING AND COMMISSI!)
, A-Gr-EZLSTT,
V/ LM IN GTON, Los An gel os county, Cal.
Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumbor
sold and grain stored, wUhyr
ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS.
oc7tr
E. MARTIN & Co.,
WHOLESALE
Liquor I>e filers
U4 MAIN fS'X'.,
BAKER BLOCK, LOS AKOELES.
mm We have rooelvod a few packages ol
choice old
MUSOATKL ANGELICA OF 187J AND
PORT WINE OF 187 S.
Botb are or native make and rich ln
flavor and quality. Tbey are specially
suited for family use. Give us a call,
mhatf E. M iRTIS a> CO.
H. NEWMARK & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers.
Dealer In Wool, Grain, Hides.
11, 18 &15 LOS ANUELES T.
MM
NEW YORK BREWERY
PHIL. L*UTH
(Oaocessor to Chris, Henno) rroprlotor
The CLEAREST. PUREST aud KOBl
CHILLI AN** LAGER BHKU South of
ban Franc - sco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or L'UTTLKiI
Ui tAi promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewer?
defies competition tn th* State tnrVU
PHILADELPHIA
BREWERY!
D. MA ITLS riSDT, Pi-o.irlelor.
The purest aad rao«t delicious LAGb.lt
BtQßfl maim aalurtjd lv .Southern '.'.ill
forola. Order* lor or Bottled
Beer Oiled ou short notice.
OUR BEKR 13 NONPAREIL. JeltJ
Mrs. Delpech &. Sister,
FA.SIII©IVA.III-,K
DRESSMAKE R 8,
FROM PARIS,
Roams Nos. 1, IO Ac 11,
No. 40 MOHR BLOCK, SPRING ST.,
aul2-lm Los Angeles, Cal.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
AND
CARPETS
Wanted to (111 order*.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID.
Call at Furniture Store in Cardona
Block, No. 116 Main St.
Jylfi 2m
NOTICE.
This is to notify nil poraou* concerned
that, no one Is authorised to incur any
Indebtedness or obtain any ore I it on my
Recount, and i h tt I will not pay any
bills incurred by any one without ft
wrlttdn order from me.
M. DOD*WORTH.
Los Angeles, September 6,18*0. s7if
C. E. BROWN. W. K. MORFORD.
MORFORD & BROWN,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES. VINE
YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES
FOR SALE.
A I,SO |
Commission Merchants.
Dealers ln Wool, Grain and Live Stock
Corner Sprint; aud Temple Streets,
au3-3m Los Ang.les, Cal.
Los Angeles Infirmary,
CONDUCTED BY
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY.
Situated Opposite tbo .Vow
Depot of the H. I?. It. JX.>
In a most healthful looatlon and easy o'
access from every part of the olty.
Term, from Se i o 14 per Week.
LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS madt
with Societies.
For further partionlars and terms ap
ply to tbe Sisters at the Hospital. ia7tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
A highly-Improved tract of
SO ACRES ol LAND,
Term, of Sale—aa.ooo, one-half casn.
r.old coin, and the otber balf property
real oi personal, at lv present oasl
vine. . , .
(Call and see tbe property, nr apply to
JUDGB THOMAS a. SMITH, of W 1
Angel.s, or a H. ALLEN, residing on
the premises, adjoining tha Los Nletos
institute, near Downey Olty. oUtf
LAWYERS.
Ms L. WICKS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ItOOMS SB tt Sr, TEMPLE BLOCK,
ot 8m Los Angeles, Cal.
MOVE WICKS,
ATTORNEY A.T LAW.
CONGRESS STREET,
TUCSON, -.- - ARIZONA.
ear-Business promptly attended to. o3Bm
O. O. TRANTTJM,
AT LAW,
Myers St., TUCSON, Arlsonu.
au2o im
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN,
A. W. SUTTON, Dlst. Atty.
SMITH, BROWN & HDTTON
Attorneys rvt Law.
Ofßoe-ROOMS Nos. 91 and »2, TEM
PLE block. mar H-tf
J. Brousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. BG AND HT. BAKER BLOCK
mMt?
11. SI. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Offlte—ROOMS 78 AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOCK. inhidtr
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
Graves & Chapman,
Attorney** Jte Counsel
lors at Law,
Rooms Nos. 2 and 4, Baker Blook. fclltf
J.O.EASTMAN, A.J.KING,
B. HALEY, JOHN HOBARTS.
Eastman, Haley, King &
llobarts.
Attorneysl nt Law.
OFFICK-Nos. 8, t, 5 and 0, BTRELITSS
BLOCK, Spring street. Los Anueles.
Will practice In tie Supreme and all
State Courts. Particular uttentlon paid
to land aod mining cases. 01-lm
8. C. HUBBELL,.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms aou i
Ducommun s Blook. corner Ma.n ~
Commercial streets, L<»- ' - elcs. may?-tt
■ , ■
HU I XL.i.
vfTTi^^USTIOTEL
RE-OPENEI).
J. A. CROWN PROPRIETOR.
This popular Hotel will bn re-opened
on the lo v Instant by I ho weii.auowu
caterer, J. a. Hro.vn.
Gut-sts will nud this notel central and
tho pilceb moderate.
THE TABLE will onmniend ilself lo
the most epicurean la.ie.
THE ROOMS ars 1 irue and airy and
have been elegantly I'uruuhcU. oS-ltn
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
FiRST-ca.Asa.
THE FINEST HOTEL Itf SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA.
HAMMEL & DECKER Prop*-.
This is tho only reliably first olass
hotel, Is sll-~uted ln ibo center of the
city of Los Angeles. contains
uearly a hundred .spacious and
airy rooms, newly furnished lv tho most
comforiablo style Rooms lv suites for
families aud uartles ou every Door, with
hot and cold bat h*.
THE TAbLtt v.lll always bo furnished
with tbe best supclies that can be pro
cured lv the market.
A Fit 13k CO.VCiI Is always on hr.cd tc
carry guests to the house.
No pains sp .red to make guests cr.m
tortable iv every way.
A URGIS READING RCOM open
night and day.
HENRY HAMMEL,
mylTtf A. H. DENKEK.
Grand Central Hotel,
MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
aur-Coudiicted ou the Eurapoan plan.
Fir»t-cla«s RESrAUKAN P lv tin house.
Ul2B-IUI U. 1.. SCHMIDT. Prop'r.
MOJAVE HOTEL,
Mojnvo Junotlon, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARBD AcA
to receive Its numerous patrons,^'* l
tnd the traveling public In general. Be
ing entirely new and splendldl- fur
nished, It affords superior accommoda
tions.
ITS TAHLE P' HOTE
tssecond to none In Southern California.
THE BAR Is supplied with the choicest
uranun of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM is aiso
attached to the bouse.
All trains stop bore for breakfast anJ
■■upper, it Is the point of departure for
'.he celebrated Inyo county mines, vis.-
Darwlß.Lone Pine, Oerro Gordo and Pan
amlnt. Tbe offloeof the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of ths
traveling public Is respectfully solicited
E. H. BOY D.
rsM-tf Proprietor.
Eureka Restaurant,
IVo. fSSS Main l-ft.,
g; R. CERELLI, PROPRIETOR.
Open Day and Night.
9f MBA I.s prepa* ed ln tbe best slyle
of ihe cuisine *ri. -
u-Kuirrn and California OYSTERS
served lo Ml etyles.
.•-MACC VR-.NI, Italian siyle. Ravi
oli and f aliarlnl every Sunday,
aarrrlvate Rooms lor ladles and faml
-1... s2Sti
Central Stables.
MR H. BOW a RDS re.peo'fallv In
form, his friend, and the publlo mat he
■.111 open lbs Central xt.bles. spring
<t.ect, opposite the Court House, on
. Monday. August id. Me solicits a snare
o patronage, Terms reasonable. 181-im
PHYBICIANB.
A. P. Darling, Ml. D.,
OCULIST AND AUBIBT.
OFFICE IN LANFRANCO BLOCK.
Reference: New York Eye and Ear In
firmary, N.Y. Jyll-Sm
K. D. WISE, M. D.,
Graduated In th* Jefferson Medical
College, Philadelphia, In IMS. Diseases
of women a speotalty; also.all cases re
quiring surgical treatment, whether
male or female. Can exhibit to patients
ma y remarkable speolmens of so "■■'«»'
■ -.iterations performed ln California.
Tbsee, wltb tbe li.tug witnesses from
whom they were taken, I offer as my
best testimonials.
■ar-Offlceln Cardona Dlook, Main St.,
Los Angeles, Cal. myjlf
Dr. Griffin,
•srOffloe and Residence—EAST SIDE
OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST.
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
Physician and £*n.rcjreon
Residence, Fort Hill, I Gffloe, Mascarel
Buena Vista street. I Building, upstairs.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
TOUNTY PHYSICIAN.
MASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS.
Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Main street.
Office hours from 10 to li A. M.: from
1 to I P. M. apIW-tf
Joseph Kurtz, M. D.
Office-No. (3, MAIN STREET, over
Dotter A Bradley's. Residence—Buena
Vista street.
Eye and Ear a specialty. myltf.
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
Cures any kind of malformations of
the feet, corns, bunions, Ingrowing nails
aspeolaly. Cupping and leeoblng done
also. U. 8. bathrooms, Requena street,
selltf
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
OEALKXB 111
DOCKS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
-it-
Perry, Woodworth A Co.'s
LUMBER YARDS
- A WD —
PLANING MILLS,
No. 16 Commercial .treat, stu
Railroad Depot. mr2o-tr-.
Popular Monthly Drawing of the
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
AT MACfITJLEY'B THEATER,
IN THE'CITY OF LOUISVILLE,
On Saturday Oct.ao, ISB3.
These drawings, anthorised by the
LegiMature of la7B and sustained by the
Courts of Kentucky, occur regularly on
the last day of every month, Sundays
and Fridays excepted, for the period ot
FIVE YE Alts. •
Tbe United States Olrcult Court on
March lias, rendered the following deci
sions.
Ist—Tbat the Commonwealth Distri
bution Company la legal.
2 I—lts drawings are fair.
N. B.—Tbls Company bas now on band
n large reserve fund. Read the llstol
prizes for tbe
OCTOBER DRAWING.
I Prise _..MO.OOO
. 1 Prise mm 10,000
1 Prize - 6,0110
10 Prizes, tIOUO each 10,01X1
an Prizes, HDP each 10.000
100 Prizes, tIOO eacb 10,000
200 Prizes, HO each _ 10,000
eno Prizes, 120 each 12,000
1000 Prizes. SlO eacb 10,000
8 Prizes, 1:100 eacb, Approxima.
tiou prises 2.700
9 Prizes, MO each, Approxima
tion prises 1,800
9 Prizes, $100 each, Approxima
tion prizes...-. 900
1900 Prizes ..1112.100
Whole Tickets, 82. Hair Tlokets, th
27 Tickets, $60. 5» Tickets, f 100.
Remit by Money In Letter. Bank Draft
or Express, to X M. BOARDMAN,
Courier-Journal building, Louisville, Ky.,
or 307 and SOO Broadway, New York.
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ST. VINCENT'S
COL LE^&E.
LOS ANUELES, CAL.
STUDIES
will be resumed on;
MONDAY, AUG. 2. 1880.
Jy2o
D. DESMOND,
- __i
H aIHIiIH
EH .mESVeßanananani
< g
33 W
NOW READY, THE
New Fall Style Dress Hats
ear All tho lending shapes ln SOFT and
STIFF FELT HA IS.
Evergreen Laundry,
WASHING
Called for and delivered to any pari
- of the city, by
i. J. Phillips, Adams H .
Orders oan be left at* the book .tor* of
•Sr. ««tn Hoilman. Bprlne Ut nisi
mar Ma
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
GOODALL, PERKINS A CO., AGENTS
BAN FRANCISCO.
San Franclsoo and Los
Angeles.
SCHEDULE FOR OCTOBER.
Coming South Going North
ii » if ii
stbambbs a? frS a_ aa
H n H B .
Anoon Sept.9o Oct... J Oct . 4 Oct... 6
Orlsaba... 00t... 6 •• 7 " 9 •' 11
Anoon •' 10 " 12 " II ■' 10
Orlsaba.... " )6 " 17 " 19 " 31
s.nator... " » " tl « 31 " 98 i
Orlsaba.... •> B •» t? " S9 Oot..»l '
Anoon '• 80 Nov.. I iNov.. 8 '• 6
Orlsaba.... Nov.. 4 " 8 •• 8 •• 10
Anoon " » " 11 " IS " 15
Both steamships call at Port Hariord
(SanLulaOblspo)and Santa Barbara.
The Company reserves the right 'o .
change th. steamers or their days of
sailing.
gey- Passengers for Han Francisco take
the train lor Wilmington that leaves
Los Angeles at S.OO o'olock P. M., Los An
geles time.
Los Angeles and San Diego |
THr STBAMBBS
Orizaba and Ancon.
Leave San . eJro for Ban Diego Oct. 2, ■
7. IS, 17, 22, 27, and Nov. 1,«, 11.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los '
Angeles for Wllmlugton at 3.00 p. H.,
Los Angeles time. \
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles.
(Payable in Gold.)
Cabin. Steerage.
To San Francisco tto 00 flu 00
To Port Harford 12 00 9 00
To Santa Barbara „ 8 00 8 00
To San Dleao 8 80 8 00
Plans of steamers'cabins at agent's office,
where berths may be secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Los Angeles leaves San
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Franoiseo every Friday, calling at way '
ports.
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
for Han Pedro, Anaheim Landing und
Newport about every ten days.
For Passage or Freight as above, or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to
H. RIcLELLAN,
Local Agent, Office, No. 66) Main
atreet, over the Commercial Rank,
Loa Angel a.
S* P • R • R ■
COMHEA'CING FRIDAY,
Oct. 15(L, 1880,
And until further notice.
TKAIKX
Will leave LOS ANGELES as fnUtrwai
I
9.Q(\ A. M.-SUNDAYS ONLY- '
•Gu —Local passenger train via L.
A. A 1. R. tt. to Santa Monica.
U.QC A M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger '
■WW train lo Wilmington.
I. IP P. M.—DAILY—San Francisco En
l.lv press train, connoctlua al Lathrop
with the Atlniitio Kxineiis train ol the
Central Pacific Hallroad.
2.IFP.M.— DAILY—Arlsoua Kxpress
,49 train for Yuma (Colorado lllver
■teamen), Maricopa (stages for Phoulx
and Presoott), ca-a Gr™ido (stages for
Florence and Globe), 'lucson (Kiages for
Guayman and Sonora), Benson (stages
for Tombstone) WllicoX and San
(stages for New Mexico )
2.4 C p, M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger
•Te truln to Wllmiuitton.
4, no P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger
■UU l-ain lo Santo Ana, oonnectii.g
H'tiu suites for ban ihe^o.
4 .0fl P. M.-DAILY—Via L. A- L
,4U H. ft. - Local Pusnenger train |
to ounta Monica.
4 .CA P. M.—DAILY— San Franoiseo I
.311 Through Freight and Third- I
Class Aooommodatlon train.
TICKET OFFICESI I
Commercial St. R. R. Depot:
DEPOT OFFICE 8. P. R. R.
A. N. TOWNE,
General Superintendent.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Ag't,
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles.
BOOKS, TOYS,
FANCY GOODS,
AND
Musical Instruments,
FOR THE
HOLIDAYS,
— Oan be found ln —
Immense Quantities
AND AT
Lowest Living Prices
AT THS POPULAR STORK OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
Bcrvltr
.it «™J_BBBBBBmi
NO. 68
m
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' A MERCHANTS'
BANK
Of Loa Angela*.
CAPITAL 300,000 OO
Reserve Fund... 85,000 OO
J B 'J, lA s.^;,?^, LLMAN Prealdani
m&i*^ , ___""-Vice-President
JUKM MfLWeB... -Secretary j
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
I"A1AB W. HBL-MAH, JtOHW H. Q Um ,
0. y.omn.B«, c.K.T«o».
L. 0. OooDwra, A. Qlamul,
Phil Gainikh, Don. Axnror
June Mascabbi.
Hzohange for aale oa
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUP
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
Buy and Moll
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY.
AND CITY BONDS.
Uo JP»y the highest price lor Uoio
and Silver Bullion. ?K
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIS STREET '
Loa Angelea _ C»
Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000
J. S. SLAUBON President
BAKER.™ Vice-President
1. M. ELL10TT....™...... _. Casta Ir'
DIRECTORS.
I. S. StATJSOH, A. W. Boms
V. A. Hoovicn. Robert S. Uabbk
J. Bexbt, oso. w. J'resoot
R M. Widbbt.
Bay and sell exchange on San Francisco,
New York, Louden, Paris, Berlin «nd
Frankfort,
Buy exchange on all part* of the Unite
States and Europe.
Receive money on open account and Cer
tificate of Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
Treasury Department,
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER I
OF THE CURRENCY, <
WASHINGTON, August It. If6o. J
Whereas. By satisfactory evidence pie
sented to Hie unden-lgned. It has been
made to appear tbat The First National
Bank oi Los Angeles, in the City ol l.ua
Angeles, ln tbe cc-unty of Los Angeles
and Stale of California, has complied
with all tbe provisions or the Revved
siaiutes of tue United Slates required lo
be complied with beiore an Association
shall be authorized lo commence the
bust ness of ban king:
Now, there ore, 1, John S. Langwortby,
Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do
hereby certl y tbat The First National
Bank of Los Angeles, ln the City of Los
Angeles, ln the couniy of Los Angeles,
and Slate or California, is authorized to
commence tbe business of banking ss
provided in section nlty-ono enndrrd
and sixty-nine ol the Revised Statute* of
the United states.
in testimony whereof, witness my
hand and seal of ouice, tbls isth day of
Augu.t, 18to
I Seal ol the Comptroller or tbe Cur
rency.) J. 8 LANG WORTHY,
Acting Comptroller of the c urrency. 1
No a»l. a26-t nov 1
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Wotlce.
s, -o* Angeles Lodge Me. .a,.
_ if\ . * A. St.—The Slated meetln.a
V* V ot this Lodge ar. held on the
/\ m * r \ ArstMONDA V of each mont.i al
'. ▼ x Members of Penlai
pha. No. 202, and all Master Masons In
good standing are corilally invited
By order of the W:- Ms.
OH SB. Smith . Secrets rv.
Lot angolas Cbap'or No. 83, R: • a:
t Stated oon vocations on «,
MONDAi of eaeb month.
Vi r. v. at Masonic Hall.
Sojourning companions In
good standing eordlaHv in
vited. By order of
A. W. EDKLMAN, H. .\
Sam. Pkaobh,
_ Secretary,
§ Knights of Pythias.
OLIVE LODGE, No- 20.
meet, every Thursday evening, at
7 o'olock, at the Castle - Hi.ii, M
Downey Block. All sojourning X- rnij
In good standing are cordially mv... d
_ _ „ I. A. DUNSMOOR.C U
C, E.MILBB.K. of R. H
KNIGHTS TEMPL, a ft
De Lion Ceinmifldery Na
Hold, its stated conolaves at the Asy
inns In Masonic Hall, on the Tb'*;
THURSDAY of each month, at 7)4 o'clock
p. m. Sojourning Knights Templar In
good standing are cordially Invited to at
tend. By order of the r
o;. 1
J. 0. Lrrn.BFißi.D, Recorder.
Lot Angelas Council Na. 11, Royal air*
Select Mastin, F. A a. M.,
Hold. Its stated assemblies on the <tn
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall,
at7:Bo p.m. Sojourning Companion. In
good standing are fraternally Invited to
attend. By order of the Th:-m:- Wk\
R. O. CUNNINGHAM. Rsoordsr.
Loa A-gelea IM,.■•. as,I.*.SS.B
™sjSbSb_. Regular meeting bald an
/OP H_WEDNESDAY EVENING ol
week at 1% o'clock. Bo
lournlng brethren la good
standing are cordially invited.
/ W. BARD, H. c
A. Fbaw_, r. a.
Confidence Engine Company No. 2
', w REGULAR MEETINGS o
JtJfc, tbl.Companywlllta_.plae,
/ J B vXL Ol> tb. flrst Wednesday cv»
ttjMBD u'ng or .Mb month, at 7*
«j__K)JB o'clock. By order,
'ejea-Bnmw- j j w<'ODWORTH. He*. |
FOB EXCHANGE.
AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE, eon- : ,%
taming it, rooms, with sll nectary ant- >
budding., with 22 acre, of Snelv im- ' ■ -.J
proved land, II .ore. in declduont tree., < 3§bbb_l
In S.n J0.., will be exchanged lor viae- *
yard er orange grove. g
For particular, apply lo <
MORruRD A BROWN, I ■■'M
all-lw Cor Mprlng and Temple ate. -iSS
IBS to $77
vTCaTBRY. Augusta Malaa. eaaeSwt .'

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