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f I'l'Oti.bftl every morning except Mon day, — by — .i usMOJP.fI r>. lynch, TERMS FOR DAILY HERALDI Per annum, by mail or express ~$W -Six months " " J Whree months " M 8 Jftellvered by carriers, per week 26 oents |0S ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD Vh«}iui>::Ml>ed evory Saturday morning. TERMS. fSl* y ear,by mall or expreus.ouo copy..lß* Mix months, —I *j Bm •■« « - .... ...j n ■ Advertls.rn.nts Inserted at reasonable §Jrat<w. 4 All Klsad. of Job-Work done to f Compete wltb K.s Prsißei.no In I Prlee.atrlo, staid Klosrauaee of Work' I inKuahlD. Late Telegrams. paaseaigere Uolu* fluutai, Mojave, Oct. 18.—Loa- Angeles— John Spurston, T Cszwerinsky and family, H T Lee, H N Clemente, Mra J 0 Nevln and two children, J F McCloud, G W Merrlt, Nellie Boyd Dramatic Company, O L Hart, B Numan, J J Howard aod wife, J Brooke, Henry Eve, N E Barnes. Arizona—P H Simons, John Wasson and wife, <F M Cmoll and wife. (■real arpublleau U'uioaeirattoa, Ban Francisco, Oct. 17.—The Republican demonstration last night consisted of a torchlight pro cession in which at least ten thous and men participated. Tbe busi ness men, merobauts and bankers turned out In great force, and this part of tbe procession numbered 1163 by actual count. The whole , line was lit up by torches, and fire works were set off constantly the whole route of tbe procession. Many houses were illuminated and decorated, and the demonstration throughout was one of the finest ever seen in this city. Attempted snield". San Jose, Ootober 17.—8. 11. Foss, formerly principal of oue of the publio schools of tbls city, and lately a teacher at Bodie, took lau danum'last night at half-past 8 o'clock. His conditions ia critical, but It is believed he will survive. Intemperance, producing family trouble, Is tbe cause assigned for the attempt at suicide. Au lr»le Wanes, suusli. San Jose, Oat, 17.—A farmer named John 'fully, wbo is well oil, but baa been very dissipated lately, was waylaid ln a bouse on Market street by a Mrs. Gannon from Ban Francisco, and shot at twioe. When the officers arrived nn the scene, Tully was holding the woman down and had taken ihe pistol away from her. None nf the shots bit Tully. He says Mrs. Gannou bas been following him for some time and making it uncomfortable for him. Mrs. Gannon says tbat Tully haa for a long time been leading her downward. Vupruvukrd anuotiug. Carson, Oct. 15.—Last night a Man named Fried, traveling agent for Livingsten & Co., liquor mer chants, San Franclsoo, was shot by a man named Moody, formerly employed in tbe Bodie Postoffloe. The two men were coming to Car son In a stage, when Moody asked Fried to give bim more room. Fried said the stage wag so crowd ad tbat he oould not move, where upon Moody drew a pistol and shot Fried in tbe back. He 1b expeoted to die. The passeDgers bound Moody with ropes, tied bim to tbe top of the stage and brought him to Aurora If Fried dies, there Is talk of lynching. SsatQeid Ctßi'graimate,!. Cleveland, Oot. 17.—An excur sion party, filling thirteen ours, went to Mentou yesterday, under tbe auspices of the Cleveland Re publican Business Men's Club, to congratulate General Garfield on the rest! 11 of the O jtober eleotlons. George Hely, President of tlie club, made a ►perch, to which General Garfield responded in a few happy remarks, closing as follows. "You are In tbe uildst of a great contest, gentlemen. Ou that con teat, on the Issue of It, ou my rela tion to it, I say nothing. For tbe time being I am out of politics, but lam with you. And now, gentle men, I thank you for coming here. I thank you for these wise and earnest words of encouragement which your Chairman has spoken, and I thank you for your purpose of standing by your faith to the end, let it lead, us wherever it will, and, finally, I hope to bave tbe pleasure of taking you by the hand." The Santa Ana Herald asks "why bacon is scarce and hard lo b* obtained at fourteen cents per pound at present, when at tbe same time tbe manufacturers of the article are only paying four cents per pound for hogs? or why is it that at this time last year bacon was only eight cents per pouud and manufactures were paying three cents per pound for bogs? or still further, why it is tbat hogs shipped to San Francisco and pur chased at five cents per pound manufactured into bacon and re turned to our valley are sold for tbe same figure tbat our borne manufacturers are asking for it, fourteen cents?" On last Wedneaday tbe two little aona of Mr. H. R. Snow, who Uvea at Tuatin, while playing in bia barn, concluded to build a fire wltb aome hay, "Just to ace it burn," aa they afterwarda stated. The barn, worth about 1600, and on* sat of harness, two saddles, a lot of bay and • plow waa destroyed by tbe in.—Santa Aim Herald. Daily Los Angeles Herald. The Friend of Delicate Ladies. Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure is tbe remedy tbat will cure the many diseases peculiar to women. Headaches, neuralgia, disordered nerves, weakness, men tal shocks, and kindred ailments are effectually removed by Its use. —The Mother* Magazine. MISCKLIiANKUUM. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS Will bo held at the fol'owlng }C addressed by ths following speakers: Tuesday, Oot. 19, Norwalk: 8. M. WHITE, W. F. HEATHMAN. Tuesday, Oot. 19, Pomona: COL. WM. H. STEPHENS. Wednesday, Oct. 20, Sau Fernando: B. CHANDLER, W. * HEATHMAN, S M. WHITE Wednesday, Oot. 20, Spadia. COL. WM. H. STEPHENS. Thursday, Oct. 21, Westminster: VICTOR MONTGOMERY, J. D. BETHUNK. Thursday, Oot. 21, Downey City: COL. W. H. STEPHENS. Thursday, Oot. 21, La Dow School District: J. s WARD, W. F. HEATHMAN Friday, Ootoner 22, El Motile: WALLACE LEACH, R. F. DEL VALLE. BMduy, Ootober 22, Los Niotos: H. M. SMITH, W. D. STEPHENSON. Friday, Oot. 22, Compton: COL. WM. H. STEPHENS. Saturday, Ootober 23, Anaheim: S. M. WHITE, W. D. STEPHENSON, Saturday, October 23, Azusa: I. S. WARD, F. 11. HOWARD. Saturday October 23, Santa Anu: WALLACE LEACH, R. F. DEL VALLE. Tuesday, Ootober 28, Downey City: R. F. DEL VALLE, WALLACE LEACH. Wednesday, Ootober 27, Compton: WALLACE LEACH, K. F. DEL VALLE. Thursday, Oot. 28, Wilmington: B. F. DEL VALLE, WALLACE LEACH. Friday, Oot. 29, Santa Monica: WALLACE LEACH, R. F. DEL VALLE, W. F. HEATHMAN. By order of the Centrnl Committee. OLD im RELIABLE. Lit. Sanfobd's Liver Inyigoratob is a. Shut lorJ Family Bsmedy for ,£ uUbc:iii:'s uf tUo Liver, Stomach mill B.)v.v:s.--It :.i Purely XjklL ii F <VVa»SffirK al* Ii Il>y the vjublic. Wyiov mora than 33 years, P" i* v.lt'i ttupreoedentefl results. -p* CSMD yon CIRCULAR, c. T W QAUeaßn I] n ]ca Broadway, axv nnrotiisr Wit i r.i.L tor. rrs itEi't'TATios. J. C. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner of First and Fort streets. .VBuggles, spring wagons and saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day 83.00 Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 2.60 Hall a day ~.„ 1.60 •••SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. sßtr Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH STREET, Los Angeles, Cal. Spacious Parlors, Fine Suits nnd large Single Rooms, containl"g nil Modern Conveniences. THE TABLE supplied With tbe best the market affords. The Mansion Is pleasantly situated on an eminence, near the business centre, overlooking the city, surrounded by an ever.bloomlng flower garden, away Irani noiße and dust, und commauds a charm luu view of mountain und valley. Mrs. M. H. KIMBALL, Prop's. Los Angeles, September 17th. 1880. /j™ COUGHS, 'Mn WRHEUMATISM.Sr EEHSON'S CAP CUTE POROUS PLASTER soothes, relieves slmoftt st once and enrcs where other piasters (nil oven to relieve. It contains ' greater Amoropowerfnlpain rebovlng, strengtu i cnlng and curstivo properties than tho common porous plaster, nnd Is tar superior to liniments snd the so-c»Uod electrical appliances. It Is ' specislly recommended for the abovo ailment*. nlao for Spinal rt.d KMner 1.-spl.lul., , Plcartar. rteiatlraud all local Acfce. j.nd ' P. 1... When suffering yon wtl do w.lltotska ' erea a little pains to procure this article. Do , not allow «ny other puuvur to b. anbjtltnu>* for it Bold by aU Druggists. Bsaboit A Jowaox. M fUU Knot, N.w York, rropristers. LOS ANGELES. TUESDAY MORNING. OCT. 19 IBBQ. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 31. Barham, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF. A. T. Currier, REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF. B. "Vloffltt, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR County Treasurer. L. Lichtenberger, REPTBLIOAN CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY TREASURER. Tt. W. del Valle. Democratlo Nominee For ASSEMBLYMAN "W. IF\ 1 J-eatlius. jui One of the Demooratlo nominees for MEMBER of the ASSEMBLY. Jp\ 3r». Ramirez, One ot tbe Republic in Candidates For Member of the Assembly. Democratic Nominee for COUNTY CLERK. ». M. WHITE, Demooratlo Nominee for District Attorney. J oliHHton Democratlo Candidate for County Recorder. -A.. E. NepolTeda Democratlo Candidate for COUNTY AUDITOR. J. W. 3POX r J7lil, REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR AUDITOR. W. 13. Cullen Is a Candidate for reelection to tho office of County Tax Collector. George O. Knox Demooratlo Candidate for County Surveyor, O. 11. BLISCi. Democratic Candidate for SUPERVISOR. 3d District I>. M. Adams, Demooratic Candidate for City Justice of tha Peace. John Trafford, Democratic Candidate for Township Justice of the Peace. JEt. A.. L»l3i Gr>, Democratlo Candidate for Township Constable. H. BLOTTER BECK lias re-opened at his old stand, 77 31«, in Street. Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery, ........AND SJPORTiNCr GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. HKPAIHING AREFULLY ATTENDED TO. am r THE COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT V. DOL, PROP'B, Dovvnoy Blook, Main St. Receive* alive nnd serveH up every day the ehoioe»t kish, Including HOLE, TURUOT and SEA TROUT. MR. DDL l« the exclusive consigner of the oelebrated FltiiM auk DE BKIK, which oan on|y be had at this restaurant SPRING CHICKENS, Just ln from tut ranches, oooked In every style. This Restaurant Is Los Angeles's Del mnuloo. my 111 KOHEUT W. WEISS, ar street, Real Estate & House Agent. Will give speoial attention to the rent ing of bouses, rooms, farms, etc. Rents colleoted. All business entrnstsd to his care will receive prompt att.ntion. 01-lm BUfIINKHH (lAKDH. JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 18 and 14. Mononald Block, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. seplStf PHINSAB BINNING. hORWARDING AND COMMISSI AO-EISTT, Wtf.MINGTON.Los Anucies couuty ;Cai. Vessels towed, itoods lightered, lumbor sold aud rralo stored, with AOCUtsTOMKD PROMPTNESS. oc7t' E. MARTIN & CO., WHOLESALE r>oia-lers «4 MAI IV ST., BAKER BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. am We have received a few packages of choice old MUSCATEL ANGELICA OF 187.1 AND PORT WINE OF 1873. Both ure of native make and rich In flavor and quality. They are specially suited Tor family use. Give us a call. miistr c. M artin * co. H. NEWMARK & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer In Wool, Grain, Hides. 11, 13 &15 LOS ANGELES T. •JoSif NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAUTM (Successor to Chris. Henne! i'roprletor Tho CLEAREST. PUREST and MORI BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of San FrncolßC:*. Orders for DRAUGHT or tOTTLKB Bi-.ii.lt promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewer) defies competition In the -M ate. mrs-lf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY! I). MAHLSTSBT, Proprietor The purest and most delicious LAGEh BEER manu aotured In southern Cali fornia. Orders lor Draught or Bottled Beer filled ou short notloe. OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. Jeltl Mrs. Delpech & Sister, FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKERS, FROM PARIS, Ilosms Nos. 1, IO &, 11, No. 40 MOIIIt BLOCK, SPRING ST., aul2-lm TjOS Anneles, Cal. SECOND HAND FURNITURE AND CARPKTS Wanted to OH orders. HIGHEST PrtICES PAID. Call at Furniture Store iv Cardona Block, No. 110 M*iu St. JylO 2m • NOTICE. This Is to notify nil persons concerns'' that no one la uuthnrlzsd to tuour an> indebtedness or otitain any oro lit on DA) account, and tint I will uot pay an., bills incurred by any ono wltuout b written order from me. M. PODiWORTH. Los Angeles, September 6. IBst>. ittf O. E. BROWN. W. E. MORFORD. MORFORD &. -BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR SALIO. ALSO, Commission Merchants. Dealers In Wool, Grain aud Livestock Corner Sprinir und Temple Streets, au3-3m Los Angeles, Cal. Los Angeles Infirmary, CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. Situated Opposite the -slow Depot <vf the l*». X*. tt. *T.i In a most healthful locatlou and easy oi access from every part of tbe city. Terms from Sic to 14 per Week. LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS modi with Societies. For further particulars and terms ap ply to the Sisters at the Hospital. la7lf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. A highly-Improved tract of SO ACHES of LAND. Terms of Sale—ta,Ooo, one-half casn, gold coin, and the other half property, real or personal, at Its present cash ▼slue. . . Call and see the property, or apply to JUDGE THOMAS B. SMITH, of Lot Angelea, or O. K. ALLEN, residing on the premises, adjoining the Los Nletos Institute, near Downey Olty. oietr LAWYER-*. ~ M. L. WICKS. ATTORNEY JVT LAW. ROOM'S SO A Sr, TEMPLE BLOCK, OS 3m Los Angeles, Cal. MOVE WICKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. CONORKSS STREET, TUCSON, AttIZONA. stsrlluslnesH promptly attended to. o3 3m 0. 0. TKA.NTUM, ATTOBSKY AT LAW. Myers St., TUCSON, Arliona. uu2o Im HENRY M. SMITH. T.B.BROWN. A. W. 11U1TON. Dlst. Atty. SMITH, BROWN & BUTTON Attorneya ut Law. Orfloe-ROOMS Nos. 91 and 91. TFM PLE BLOCK. mar 11-tf J. Broussean, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NO3. SO AND ST. BAKER BLOCK mhltf H. M. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offloe-ROOMS 7« AND T7, TEMPLE BLOCK. mhxif JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES. Graves & Chapman, Attorneys Jte Couusel. lorsi at Law, Rooms Nos. 2 and 4, Baker Block, felltf J.G.EASTMAN, A. J. KING, S. HALEY, JUUN KOBAUT3. Eastman, Haley, King & llobarts. Attorneys at Lia-w. OFFICE—Nos. 8, t, 6 and 6. BTRKLITZ BLOCK,Springstroct, Los Anseles. Wlllproctlce in tbe Supreme and all State Courts. Particular attention paid .to land and mining coses. oi-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooias aaU 4 Ducoin man a Block, corner Ma.v I Cotuiuei'Clal ulreets, » « elet,. mi\y7-U tpl A HOTELS. 1 w ST. CHARLES HOTEL RE-OPENED. J. A. BROWN PROPBIBTOB, Tills popular Hotel will bn re-npenetl on the 10 h Instant oy too weil-kuowu Urtteier. J A. Bro^n. Otit-sls will llnd tins Hotel central nnd the price*, moderate. THE TABLE will ootnluond llsolf lo the most eptcmeiiu ta,tc. THE ROOMS ore ltrito and airy nnd liave beeti elt-itani ly furnished. OS Im COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, FIRST-CLASS. tHE FINEST HOTEL IS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL & DIiMCER Prop's. This Is tho only reliably first class notel. is sli ntcd lv tbe center of ihe :lty of Loa Angelt-s, contuins learly tt hi udrud > perilous and -Iry rooms, newly furnished lv the most Hrmfortavblestyle Rooms In sullen for .'auillies aud uartles ou evury floor, wltb .■ot aud ould butt's. TUhi I'AiiLK. ttlll always be furnished Wil li the bBSt SOPI lies that can bo pro cured iii tbe mark. t. A F«E". CO.aO 1 is always on blind tr onrry guests to the housu. Nop ton sp trttd tt, mako cuestu otm on utile in every way. A LxRUE READING ROOM open night and day. HENRY nAMMEL, myl7lf A. H. DKNKEIt. Grand Central Hotel.. MAIN 81., LOS ANGELES •a-Cond noted on the European plan. First-class RISSCA JttAN t lv the house. iu2U-liu v. v. BOHKIUT. Prop'r. MOJAVE HOTEL, Mojnvo Junction, Otil. "•PHIS HOUSE 18 NOW PEPAP.EI) (*S9j A. to reoelvo Its numerous patronsJt"K md the traveling publlo In general. Be ug entljreiy new aud spiendidl- fur alshed, it affords superior aocommoda ITS TABLE T* HOTE Is second to none in Southern California. THE BAR Is supplied with the choicest nrands of wines, liquors iiud cigars. An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is aiso \ttacbed to the house. All trains stop here for breakfast ami .upper. It le tho point of departure for he celebrated Inyo county mines, vis.— Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and I'an unlnt. Theotnccof the LONE PINE STAGE CO. Is at tbls hotel. Tbe patronage of the travelingpubllt Is respecltuliy soiiolieJ E. H. BOYD. feM-tf Proprietor. Eureka Restaurant, No. HQ Jlnin (St., 3. B. CERELLr, PROf RIETOR. Open Day and Night. srUEALS prepated In the best slyle of the cuisine srt. •••Eastern nnd California OYSTERS served ln .11 styles. M-MACCAHoNI, Italian style. Ravi oli and I aliarinl every riunday. ••rt'rlvate Rooms lor ladies und fami lies. 52311 Central Stables. MR. H. EDWARDS respectfully In forms his friends and the publlo tnat lie • 111 open the Central stithies. Spring ttreet, opposite tho Court House, on Monday, August 2d. He solicits a ■har. o patronage. Terms reasonable. JSI-lm PHYSICIANS. A. F. Darling, M. D., OCULIttT ANU AUBIST. OFFICE IN LANcRANCO BLOCK. Reference: New York Eye and Ear In- Armory, N.Y. Jyll-8m K. D. WISE, M. D., Oiaduated ln tbe Jefferson Medical College, Phlladelpnl., ln 1863. Diseases of women a specialty; also.all cases re quiring surgical treatment, whether male or female. Oan exhibit to patients ma y remarkable speolmens of surgical r.nerations perlormed in California. These, with the living witnesses from whom they were taken, I offer aa my best testimonials. •wroiHeo in cardona Block, Main St., Los Augeles, Cal. myltf Dr. Griffin, •arOfnoe and Residence—EAST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST. Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON, Physician and S*«irjceon Residence, Fort Hill, I Office, Masnarel Buena Vista street. 1 Building, upstairs. J. HANNON, M. D., rO'UNTY PHYSICIAN. MASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS. Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main street. Offloe hours from 10 to 12 A. M.I from 1 to I P. M. ap'JO-tf Joseph Kurtz, M. D. Offlce-No. 62, MAIN STREET, oyer Dotter A Bradley's. Residence—Buena Vista street. Bye and Ear a specialty. myltf. A. Labonge, Chiropodist. Curea any kind of malformations of the test, corns, bunions, Ingrowing natla a speclaly. Cupping and leeching done also. U. S. bainroouia. iiequeua street. so iv r nromTH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNER OF Alameda and First Streets DEALERSIK DOOR 9, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES - AT — Perry, Woodworth & Co.'a LUMBER YARDS — ADD — PLANING MILLS, No. ia ComxaertUsa .(root, new Kail rood nepot. mr2o-tr- Popular Monthly Drawing ol tbe Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT MAOADLEY'S THEATEK, IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, On Maturdsy Oct. SO, IrssO. These drawings, authorised by Ihe Legislature ol 1878 and sustained by the Courts ol Kentucky, occur regularly on the lust day of every month, Huudays nnd Fridays excepted, for the period ot FIVE YEARS. The United States Circuit Court on March list, rendered tho following deci sions. Ist—That the Commonwealth Distri bution Company Is legal. 2 I —lts drawings are fair. N. B.—This Company lias now on hand A targe teserve fund. Jteud ibe listol prizes for the OCTOBER DRAWING. 1 Prize - ......MII.OOO 1 prize lO.ttHl 1 Prize 6,1X10 10 Prizes, 81000 each lo.OtlO 2ii Prizes, 1500 each lo.otHt 100 Prizes, 1100 each - 10.0HJ 200 Prizes, too eacu lO.tilH) 6110 Prizes, J2O eaoh 12,000 IOOu Prizes. 810 each —. 10,000 • Prizes, »»n each. Approxima tion prizes 2,700 » Prizes, $200 each, Approxima tion prises _ 1300 8 Prises, 1100 each, Approxima tion prizes. 900 1860 Prizes .$112,401) Whole Tickets, 82. Half Tickets, tl. 21 Tickets, 850. 5i Tickets, BioO. Remit by Money in Letter. Bank Draft or Express, to it M. BOARDMAN, Courier-Journal building, Louisville, Ky., or SO7 and »«9 in nnd way. New York. n&-dAw ST. VINCENT'S i^eote; LOS ANGELES, CAL. STUDIES will be resumed on; MONDAY, AUG. 2, 1880. JyM D. DESMOND, w ■ Igggggvij^H [h I NOW READY, THE New Fall Style Dress Hats s«-a 11 tho lending shapes in SOFT and STIFF FELT HATS. Evergreen Laundry. WASH I ITQ Callod for and delivered to any part or tbe olty, by J. J. Phillips, Adams r" . Orders can be left at tbe book store of Mr. Sara Hellrosn. Spring Ut. oiw $5 2 $!20 "sMsfples worth'"?!! Portland. Me. snarled L.INEB OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. GOODALL, PERKINS 4 CO., AGENTS BAN FRANCISCO. San Franclsoo and Los Angeles. SCHEDULE FOR OCTOBER. Coming South Going North fl 4 3 ii sx.Ak.as II H H U Pb a 5 oa Ancon Sept SO Ont... » Oot .. 4 Oct™ 6 Orlsaba.... Oct... 6 '• 7 " » " It Anoon " 10 " If " H " 18 Orlsaba.... " 15 " 17 " 1» " 31 Senator.... " 80 " M 1 31 " M Orlsaba,... " B " x 7 " 2» Oct._Sl Aneon " ao Nov.. I Nov.. » " 6 Orlsaba.... Nov- 4 " 6 •• 8 " 10 Ancon " 9 " 11 " 13 *' 18 Both steamsblpa call at Port Harlord (SanLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara. The company reserves th» rkbt ' o change the steamers or tbelr days of sailing. aWPassengers ror Han Franoiseo take the train lor Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at B.ooo'clock P. M.. Los An geles time. Los Angeles and San Diego TH V BTkAkEKS Orizaba and Anoon. Leave San Fedro for San Diego Oct. 2, 7,12,17, 22, IT, and Nov. 1,0,11. Passengers takn tbe train that leaves Los Angeles for Wilmington at 3.00 p. v., Los Angeles time. Rates cf Fare from Los Angeles. (Payable In Gold.) Cabin. Steerage. To San Francisco 116 00 (10 00 To Port Harford 12 00 9 00 To Santa Barbara 8 00 6 00 To Son Diego , , 8 Oil 800 Plans of steamers'cabins at agent'sofUce, where berths may be secured. FOR WAY PORTS. The steamer Los Angeles leaves Ran Buenaventura and Hautu Barbara for Ban Francisco every r'riduy, calling at way ports. Freight steamers leuve San Franoiseo for Sau Pedro, Aimhelm LundlDg and 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. McLELLAN, Local Agent, Ofilce, No. 66) Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Los Aneel tv S. P. R. R. COMMENCING FRIDAY, Oct. loth, 1880, And until fttrtbei notice, THAINM Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows: 9.Oft A. M.—SUNDAYS ONLY— iwV —Local pusseuiter traiu via L. A. A I. R. It. lo Santa Monica. Ifk,Oß A M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger lUidd truin lo Wilmington. LIE p - U—DAILY—Ban rrauejasa Kx -1.10 press tram, oonueotlns at Latiii-(,p with tue Atlantio bjXpross train ol the Central Paclnc uullroad. 2,»ir P. M.—DAlLY—Arlroiin Hxpresb •—0 tratu for Yuuiu (Colorado Rlvei >steauiers), Maricopa (stage* tor Phosnlx and Prescolt), C'u-a Or.ttide oUtutes v: Florence and ulobv), lucson istn.ttes for Uuuymai and Honorii), lUtnaou [fttnget, for Torobitone) wlfieux n:id sen stiinoa, (itases for Ne * Mexico } 2 .HE P. M.-DAILY-Local Passenger •~«* train to Wilmington. / .nn P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passoußfr Sf.UU train lo Banta Ana, connecting wun stages for i-.au Dle^o. 4 .0il P. M.-DAILY—Via L. AA I. ,iU R. It.—Local Passenger train to bunta Monica. A.txn P. M. — DAILY— Him Frnnclsco T.3U Through Freight and Third- Class Accommodation train. TICKET OFFICES! Commercial St. R. F- Depot: DEPOT OFFICK a, P. R. R A. N. TOWNE, General superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN. General Passenger and Ticket Ag't. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent., Los Augeles. BOOKS, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, AND Musical Instruments, FOR THK HOLIDAYS, Oan be found In — Immense Quantities AND AT Lowest Living Prices AT THK POPULAR STORK OF LOUIS LEWIN & CO. aovitr NO. 69 BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' A MERCHANTS' BANK Of Loa Angela*. CAPITAL 300,000 OO Reserve Fund . 85,000 OO IBAIAB W. HKLLMAN Pi Mill Ml L. C. GOODWIN ~.Vloe^PrZlloaß JOHN MILNER. m ..~Z.!zSmitmrT BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Uic. Oooßwra, A. Glasszll. Phil. Gaikikb, Don. AKumi Juki Mascaezl. Exchange for sale oa NEW YORK, LONDON, DVV LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BERLIN and HAMBURG Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Buj and Ball LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY. AND CITY BONDS. LOS ANGELES .COUNTY BANK. MAIN STREET Loa Angelea _ tj m Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000 J. 8. SLAUSON „ President ?-S- Vlee-PrSloSSl I.M. ELLIOTT... Cash 11" DIRECTORS. J. 8. BLACSON, A. W. BoWHAa V. A. HOOVKK, ItOBKBT 8. BaKZB J.BrxBY, „ Geo. W. Paz. oot R M. WIDNZY. Boy and 101 l exchange on Ban Franclser.. New York, London, Paris, Berlin vnd Frankfort. Buy ezobange on all parte ot tb. Unit* States aad Europe. Receive money on open account and Cer tlflcat* or Deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. Treasury Department, OFFICE OF COMPTROLMEFj OK THE CURRENCY, < WASHINGTON, August 1«. it'SO. J Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre stnied to tbe undersigned, It haa been made to appear tbat The First national Hank oi Los Angeles, ln the City ot Los Angeles, in the ceuntj of Loa Angeles end State of California, has compiled wlih all the provisions of the Revised Miatutes of the Untied Slates reqnlred lo be compiler! wltb beioie an Association snail be autnorlxed to commence the business of banking: Now, ther.iore, 1, John S. Langworthy, Acting Comptroller o! tho Currency, do hereby certl.y that The First National hanf of Los Angeles, ln lb. City of Los Angeles, In tbe county of Los Angeles, uodstateof California,l. autboilstd to commence the business of banking a. provided In Section mtv-one luudrrd end sixty-nine ol the Revised Statutes of the United States. in testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of office, this 16th day of August, ISto I Seal ol tbe Comptroller or the Cur rency.) J. 8 LANG WORTH V, Acting Comptroller of the Currency. No g,si. aW-t nov 1 HUCIKTY NOTICES. masonic Notloe. jm i.na Aauxele. lodge H0.,!». . . Af*\ *A. Mm —The stated meetings v; jf o- this Lodge are held on the flrat MONDAY of each montu at ' i:M> r. M. Members of Penlai pna, No. 2Ut, and all Master Masons v. iood standing are cordially Invited By order ot tbe W: ■ M: • Ohas. Smith. Secretary. Loi Angles Chapter Na. 33, H: • A- Hf * Stated convocations ou A iVIfN J MONDAY of eaoh month, if 7 J* *• *• » l Masonic Bali: lv \A!I Sojourning sompanions In iV J.H good standing cordlaUv Id. "Stl vlted. By order of A. W. EDKLMAN, U. •• I f BAH. PKAOKB, In il'J secretary. § Knights of Pythias. OLIVE LODGE, No- 2», meeu every Thursday evening, al 7 o'clock, at th. Castle - l'nli, Downey Block. All sojourning. X nn-bts in good standing are cordially mv teil _ „ „ I. A. DUNBMOOR, I' (. C. E. Milks. K. of R. IS ?&&t£r* Cnur Da Lien Cammiftdar, Na •• r :- Holds Us stated conclave, at th. Asy lum in Masonic Hall, on the Trt<'u rHURSDAY of each month, at 7). o'clock r. m. Sojourning Knights Templar In good standing arecordiully Invited to at tend. By order of tbe . „ . it;- o: J. C. LITTLzriZLD. Recorder. Lai Angels, Council Na. 11, Raja! art Sslacl Miliars, F. II M., Holds Its stated assemble* on the un Monday of eaob month at Masonic Hall, at7:Bo p. H Sojourning companions In good standing are fr.ternally Invited to attend. By trderoftn. Th:- 111:- R. Q. CUNNIxnGHAM. Recorder. i.ss Augrcle. Isalg. Ho. SO, I. o. 0.» Regular meeting held on BE HWBDNKSDAY EVENING ol week at 7S o'clock. Bo looming brethren In ajood standing are cordially Invited. . _ I. W. BARD. N. U A. FZAWZ. R. B. Confidence Engine Company No. 2 , . REGULAR MEETINGS . im\\\ tbl * Company will take place >,o the first Wednesday •»»• utng of eaoh month, at TK -3a«s»w%i»» o'clock. By order. '*'«»■■■■»■»' J. J. WOODWOBTH. S*r. "fob exchange. AN ELEGANT RKSIDBNCK. «.» talnlng 15 rooms, wltb all necessary oat buildings, with ml acres nf In,:, im proved land, 11 acres In dreldnona tress. In San Joss, will be exchanged lor vine yard er orange grove. For particulars apply to MORKiRI) * BROWN, alt-lw Cor. Hprlbg and Teaspl. «is.