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Adverttsemt nts InsorteJ at reasonable
rates.
Ait ttsatda itl JUib-WoTJt (toss* t«
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Late Telegrams.
Tore.- <K«ti A"i»i>y*imt«i iv n Mian.
San FRANCISCO, Juue 7.—A
Virginia City dispatch says that
yesterday James Malone, Patrick
Hunter ami Gerald Landers, em
ployed in Hie four hundred foot
level of the Andes mine, were suf
focated hy sat supposed to have
been generated in some uf the
abandoned Workings of the Con
solidated Virginia. Several miners
were made ill fey gas in endeavor
ing tojrecover Ihe bodies. Landers
wus a nephew of John Landers of
Ban Francisoo, » well known bro
ker. Malone was formerly chief ol
the tire department.
M.,, It <».»,.. ..v.l 1.. Jail,
San Francisco, June 7.—Judge
Halscy to-day sent Sberift Des
uioi.d to jail lor sixty days and im
posed oue hundred dollars Hue for
contempt id' Oourt in refusing to
deliver certain properly eeiz»d on
attachment ou I lie older id' tlie
Court
ai. *■( ..| «»•• e»*i*r.»»tl < om-
IftlltßtttU,
San Francisoo, Juno 7.—At a
meeting »f the Railroad Commil
elopers to day a petition WAS re
ceived from Han Rafael to rescind
the order reducing tlio faro on
steamers from Man Francisoo to
twenty-livo cent .. This is owing
to the fact lhat on the reduction
the Company put ou cheaper and
Blower boats. Action was deferred
till the July meeting.
Complaints were, received from
Solano, Coutra Cnuta anil Kan 15er
nardino shippers uf discrimination
and unequal charges ou merchan
dise of similar value.
Rules were adopted for govern
ment of the Hoard aud gulduuce of
shippeis in mukiiig complaints.
Mnu la me Northern Cenitat
part uf me ai.,|e.
San Francisco, Juue 7.—With
in tho last twelve hours quite v
general ruin has fallen in tho
Northern and Central parts of tlie
State. Some damage tv cut hay
aud barley it reported, uud lv come
localities injury to the standing
wheat is feared, though, the later
planted crop In generally benefited.
The Silver King declares tt div
idend of twenty-live cents.
Ilni UJiuK f*iHi*ui*i»l Admitted.
Redwood City, Jutio 7.—ln the
Gray case argument ou the admis
sibility of the dying evidence was
resumed by Jones ou tho part of
tbe people ami Thornton for tbe
defense, occupying the greater por
tion i f the fureuoou. Both made
able arguments. Judge Head de
cided to admit tho dying statement,
which tho witness John P. Steams
proceeded to repeat substantially as
in the former trial.
A < I,'t.rofurni Rubbery at roiub-
Sluur.
Tombstone, June 7.—A daring
robbery was perpetrated last night
at the Golden Eagle restaurant.
Chloroform was used and llvo hun
dred dollars taken from under a
lady'a bed. Tho burglar left v
atocklug tilled with sand. No
trace of the robber.
lie eraiawa itae t&ut-viw
Albany, June 7.—The Joint
Democratio Committee of tho Leg
islature Issues the following: "To
the Democratic members of the
Legislature:—ln view of the fact
that exigencies may at anytime
arise Iv the lending senatorial
struggle, wo earnestly recommend
Democratic members to abstain
from pairing, and so far aa possible
to avoid absence frora tbe sessions
of the Jolut Convention."
Tt.reo ai(>» lasgsstsu Hllle4.
Buena Vista, Col , June 7.—A
freight train on tlie Deliver, South
UtaU and Pacific) tiallroad jumped
the track near here thla morning.
H. Black, engineer, J. F. Le 111 ill an
and Wm. ArnoliJ,.brake9nien, were
instantly killed.
Ad Exciting *',»ui.>,e„<u, witu me
t7(M,
Los Pinos Agency, Col,, June 4,
via Lake City, Colorado.—The Ute
Commissioners met iv conference
with tbe bead clilef.Sapovonora, of
tbe Utes, ami hie sub-chiefs, Bhu
voua, Prah, Alabandra and others.
There were at least twelve bundreil
Utes arouud the Agency, and the
scenes within Agent Berry's olllcu
were excitingly draruat ioaud peril
ous In tbe extreme. The Ute lu
dlau Commission, Messrs. Meeks,
Huseell aud Mac Morris, were pres
ent. Each Indian waa heavily
armed, and when the talk began
the building was surrounded by
VJtee, who occupied every available
spot, to listen to the conference.
It being tba regular Nation day,
together with tba faot tbat widely
circulated Information waa spread
among the Utes, a larger number
war* praseDt than usual. The Utes
warei told by th* Commlestonere,
through an Interpreter, tbat tbe
CammlMlooats had come to tbe
ABMey- for the Burpee* of
carrying oat tb* ternu ef tb*
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
trealy enteral into last year; that
it was the wish and intention of
the Government to accomplish the
terms of this treaty asezpcditiously
as possible, auiJ remove the TJtee
upon the new reservation. This
announcement had v peculiarly
unfavorable impression upon Chief
Sapovonora as well ns upon Bhava
no and tbe other sub-chiefs. The
Utes were furthermore informed hy
the Commissioners that it wus de
cided to hurry matters with them,
and permit very little talk. They
were further told (hat the Govern
ment wbb disposed to treat
them fairiy aud just, but
the enforcement of the stipu
lations of tbo treaty was
absolutely paiamounl to every,
thing else; that tbey were to be
located upon v new reservation,
and no deviation from this determ
ination was possible. Hhuvatio.tbe
leading sub-chief, exclaimed loud
ly thut there never wus a treaty
made, neither this cue uniler con
sideration nor any nther,and boldly
demanded to know who signed a
treaty. He was soon informed that
every Indian present signed. To
this Hbavano made no answer. The
chiefs were Informed tbat they
could select live Utes to accompany
the l.Ymmisvion new reser
vation. Should lliey decline to
make the selection, the Commis
sion would proceed without tbem,
locale their reiervatioU and remove
the agency thereon, Five Uns,
among whom is thu head chief,
Sapovonora, bavo been selected by
Agent Uerry and ordered to report
lo the agency Wednesday
paeee.»ke . iivtf, s.miiero H»nie,
Kansas City, June 7.—The fol
lowing overhaul passengers passed
Topeka, to arrive lv Han Frannieoo
the lUii via A. T. & S. F. R. Ri
Robert Anderson, Cleveland, o-i
Joseph Smith, Pittsburgh; A.
Menu;, Philadelphia; Jacob Ham
mel, Philadelphia; X. A. Bettea,
Oswego, Kansas.
THE PATE OF A FAST YOUNG MAN.
I Py in till ,oli Stato Prison Ounvict.|
It's curious—isn't it Billy'
The changes that two mouths may bring,
Last yen I was at Saratoga,
As happy aud rich as a king—
I was rauiug in pools on the races,
And choosing the waiter a "ten,"
And sipping mintjulops by twilight;
And to-day I am hero in the "fen."
"What led me to it?" What always
Le ids men to destruction and crime?
Tha Prodigal Son, whom you've read of,
Has altered somewhat iv his time;
He spends his substance as freely
As the liiblical follow ot ckl,
But when It is gone he fancies
The husks will turn into gold.
Champagne, a box at tie opera,
High steps while fortune is Hush,
Tim passionate lass of womtn
Wuose checks have forgotten to blush—
The old, old story, Billy,
Of pleasure that ends injtears—
Tlio froth tliat foams for an hour,
The dregs that are tasted for years.
Last night as I sat here and pondertd
Ou the end cf my evil ways,
There rose like a phantom before mo
'iho vision of boyhood days.
I thought of the old home, IJillv,
Of the school-house tbat stood on the hill,
Of tho brook that flowed tbrongh the
meadow
I can c'en hear its-music still.
Again I thought of my mother,
Of the mother who'taught mo te pray,
Whoie love wa« a precious treasure
That I heedlessly oast away.
I saw again in my visions
The fresh-lipped, careless boy
To whom tbo future was boundless,
Aud the past a mighty toy.
I thought of all tins as I sat heie —
Ot my ruined aud wasted life—
And tho pangs of remorse were bitt.ir,
They picroed me like a knife.
It taunt same courage, Billy,
To laug'i in tho face of fato,
When tlie yearning ambitions cf Manhood
Are blasted at twenty-eight.
Prepared fro tropical
ftuiu auapliiata.
Is thorough in
Its Medicinal
lotion, and yet
30 agreeable
> the taste that patrons of
• i disregard our injunction
:o divide the lozenge into
pni Ls (say two doses) to meet
I beir respective cases. At the
outset it is especially essen
tial to observe the directions
cloiely till one becomes ae
cu itemed to its use — when
mild action and tlie most
satisfactory results are sure
to follow.
Lftfjlea ami uhii.treii, w- I those who ilMlke taking
)iu» tind nMlMOttl medium** to uecure cathartic action,
tr« f-i.vi.dlv pMMt) with its IffMMHt qualities.
Try it once, and you will esteem it highly as
a hub, pleasant, and effective remedy.
Packed in bronzed tin boxes only-
Price, 25 cents.
Large boxes, 60 cents.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Teutonia Hall,
NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING)
Frohlinger *% Mathleson,
PROPRIETORS.
mm- WINKS, LIQUORS, BRER, ALE
aad CIOARB of tot beat brand.. „ M
•(•-LUNCHES of ail Hindi •nppllad
on ibort nolle*. fUM
LOS AN :G. JUNE 8.1881.
f MISCELLANEOUS.
L ■
kjjpti * "SIS
STOMACH Afmf
The Traveler who Wisely Provides
Against tho contingency of Illness by
tutting witli him Hostelter'H Uiomacb
Bitters, buß occasion to congratulate
blinself on his foresight when be sees
others who bave neglected to do so suf
fering from someone of the maladies for
which It is a remedy and preventive.
Among these are fever and ague, bilious
ness, constipation und rheumatism, ills
eases often attendant upon a change of
climate and unwonted diet,
■yFor sale by all Urugfists and Deal
ers generally.
THE ~
I hereby announce to ray friends and
the public in general tbat i have
MY BOOT AND .SHOE STORE from 88
To 11« Main Street,
And designated It tho
lIXSD 11 OtTSt 13
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Where I am now prepared to supply cv- ,
erybody Witb the latest styles of Boots
and Sboes at prices never before equalled
n Los Angeles. Come and see me.
raylMui D. -NagLK,
A meeting of the stockholders of the
First, National Hank of Lo* Augeles will ■
bB beld at the Bank on WEDNESDAY,
JULY 6tb, 1881, for tbe purpose of elect
ing a Board of I»l rectors aud transacting
such other business as may properly be
brought before the meeting.
jeaul E. F. SPENCE, Cashier. i
Ho! for Catalina Island! '
THE UKKA.T BATHING, HUNTINU
AND BESOUT.
Tbe yacht DON GEORGE, Captnin Ed
ward Johnson, will commence running ■
to Catalina on or about June 15, making
regular t rips during tbe season. The Don
Georgs will start trom the Wilmlngtnn
wharf, thus saving passengers tbe ex- '
penseof transfer uf baggage, on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays. Re
turning, she will leave tbe Island on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Fare for the round trip, $t.
JOHN MOKKISON, Agent, I
apiMtf Wilmington.
. — — (
J. C. DeTurk,
FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, J
Nour corner of First aud Fort streets. [
i
ewßusgles, spring wagons and saddle <
horses to hue. <
Double team and buggy ,a day $8.00 j
Two borses and spring wugou, a day. 2.50
Horse and buggy, per duy £50 '
Ilall a day „ 1.50
••-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED,
stttf
THE HERALD
S r J?JB3^tV.IH
PRINTING
HOUSE
Has facilities for doing JOB
WORKnotequaledin South
ern California. Power and
i
Job Presses run by steam se
cure promptneoo and moder
ate prices. Give this office
a call and secure work at San
Francisco Prices and of a Sap
Francisco finish and style.
lil li D SELL
Clover & Alfalfa
SEPARATOR.
Thu ouly machine manufactured to-dsy
in tho world having a Threshing and Hull
ing Cylinder combinod in one frame.
Bond for a copy of the " Clover Loaf,"
continuing much valuable information oo
tbo culture and harvesting of Clover and
Alfalfa.
There arc, to-day, over iOUO of those
justly celebrated Birdsell Clover Separators
at work throughout the United States, and
not one as yet has over failed to give entire
satisfaction both t the Thrcshermen and
Farmers.
Wo guarantee oar machine in every re.
spect. From tho first ot Angtut to the firs
of November, 1876, we sold over 500 of these
machines, and in not a single instance bave
we heard one word of complaint either
against the manner of their construction
working.
Address for further Information the
; Birdsell Manufacturing Co.
SOUTH MEND, IND.
I _ . IENTB.
E M:-A.3RTiisr <s£ Co,
24 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles, Oal.,
408 Front St., San Francisco, 131 Front St., Portland, Ogn.,
Importers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
Sole Agents for the Milton J. Hardy Whiskies.
of the MILLER'S EXTRA, J. F. CUTTER and ARGO
NAUT brands of OLD BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES.
\fS3£=»SOLE AGENTS of the Anheuser Brewing Association, St. Louis, for
BOTTLED BEER; STERN & ROSE, Sunny Slope, Wines and Brandies, CUCA
MONGA VINEYARD COMPANY.
Saloon Keepers of Southern California, Arizona and New Mexico:
Buyers will find at our establishment a large and well assorted stock of EVERYTHING
appertaining to the Liquor and Wine trade. Private parties desiring WINES and
LIQUORS, imported or domestic, can be supplied with old and choice goods by the
gallon or bottle, at Reasonable Prices.
$S*GIVE US A CALL, E. MARTIN & CO.,
mmf 42 Main Street, Baker Block.
Tp\ yv TTTG! sewing
BEST IN THE WORLD.
PERMANENT BRANCH, 148 MAIN ST.
„,„,, JOIIA BURNS, >V«>orit.
LAND FOR SALE.
XlO ACRES Oi?' IRRIGABLE LAND,
Most beautifully located, 1!£ mites froui
the Plaza; line view; magnificent soil for
VINES OR TREEH.
No Waste land; southerly exposure;
two never-failing springs of Water On the
tract.
IURIOABIiU
Prom city ditches or Los Angeles City
WatorCo's mains,whir Ii are laid up to 11.
Trice, $20,000; one-half cash, balance on
time. Apply tv H. M. JOHNSTON,
my 10-1 in East Los Angeles.
The American Colony.
This new colony for Los Angeles coun
ty is now forming, to locate ou the
CERRITOS KANCH
Fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties
looking for a desirable location to make
homes should see these lands before pur
chasing elsewhere. Parties can go aud
see the Colony tract and return the sa me
day from Los Angeles. For further par
ticulars apply to or sond ■tamp for Col
ony map, prospectus, etc, to W. E.WILL
MORE, Baker Block, Room I, L.os Ange
les, Oal. MtS
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tain
To Los Angeles Farmers
J. Sresovloh, at Tucson,
la prepared to recelvo
CONSIGNMENTS of LOS ANQELE3 FEU US
And all kinds or prodnets of the farm
and datrv. ami t».*i' ".o »t"" a
commission.
Bar Ad varices will be made on Poultry,
Egirs and Butter. I. SKKSOVICH,
n3otf Tucson. A. T.
NOTICE
TO CONi'BACTOUS
CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN RilL-i
ROAD COMPANY, 1
SAN Druoo, Cal., May Htb, ltHl.
Bids will be received until nooi, ol
MONDAY, MAY SO. 1881, for the URAL; I
ATION OF THIRTY MILES Ur I 111*.
COMPANY'S ROADBED.
Profiles can be seen at the office or the
Company, ln Ban Diego, wbere spocllica-
Hons and forms for oroposals will bo lur.
nished on q
Chief Knsluee,-.
TheCompnnv reserves tho right to re
ject any and all bids. mlT'lOt
EXAMINATION of TEACHERS
Notice Is hereby given lhat an exami
nation of teachers will be held by the
County Board of Educallou, in GOOD
TEMPLARS' HALL, commencing
TUESDAY, JUNE 21st,
At 8 o'clojk A. St., and ooutlnulng tbree
days. All applicants for certificates
must be present at tbo commencement
of tbe examination.
By order of I he Board.
J. W. HINTON,
County Sup't.
Los Angeles, May 21. 1801. -mZitd-dAw
"POISON OAK.
MOORE'S REMEDY
A SuRK CUltl.
It kills pain, itching and Inflammation
at once. TBY IT. For sale by. all drug
gists. Prloe, US ots. a box. myg^m-ls
LAWYERS.
HENRY M. SMITH. T. li. BROWN.
A. W. HUTTON. List. Atty.
SMITH, BB0WN& HUTTON
Atforuoyn nt X.a~w.
Offloe—BOOMS Nos. HI and iri, TEM
PLE BLOCK, mar 11-tf
J. Brousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. fitJ AND 87. BAtf.BR BLOCK
mn:ltf
H. B. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT XjAW.
Office—ROOMS Ti AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOCK. mh2tr
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
timves & Chapman,
Attorneys irz, Couunol.
lors ut fdiw,
Room No. 0, Baker Block. relit
J. O. EASTMAN, A. J. KINO,
S.HALEY, JOHN ROB ARTS.
East hi. in, Haley, King &
ltouarls.
Atioruoysi at l^uw.
OFFICE—Nos, 3, 4, 6 and 6. STRELITZ
BLOCK, Spring street, Los A.ugeies.
Will pructlco in the Supremo and all
State Courts, particular attention paid
to tend and mining cases. oi-lm
8. C. HUBBELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms : and 4
Duoomman'a Block, corner Ma.n -t
Commercial streets, Los •» •< ol es. moy7-lf
NEW YORK BREWERY
LAUTH & STECKER
(Suocessois to Chris. Henne) Proprietor
The CLEAREST, PlTiutox aud MOSI
BRILLIANT LAGER BEE it South of
San Franolaco.
Orders for mtAUGHT or BOTTLE!
Bb,biß promptly attended to.
The oetobrated Boer from this Brewer,
defies competition ln the state. mr*-tr
PHILADELPHIA
IPS
SKI
fori.
11 .
Calle.l for am delivered tn any part
ofthe city, by
,1 .1. Phillips, Adams f .
Ordors can Ml left at tbe book store o
Mr. Sam Uelman. Spring St. nlrtr
D. DESMOND,
sHlllllllH
NOW READY, THE
Fbw Fall Style Dress Hats
jar AH the leading shapes In SOFT ana
mrr felt hats.
PHYSICIANS.
H. 8. ORME, M. D. f
Surgeon and Pnysiclttu
Oflice-NO. 74 MAIN ST., Lunfrauro
Bloctt. Kesldeuoe—No. 239 Spring struct.
aplg'Bm
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to Booms 27
aud 30 Butter Block.
earKye and ear diseases treated with
tbo care of a specialist. ap22
Dr. Uriffln,
MTOffloo and Residence—EAST HIDE
OK MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST.
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
i*l»y ttieiuii aud burgeon
o;3ce aud Residence, Fort Hill, Buena
V ista street.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
MASCAREL BUILDING,UP STAIRS.
Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Main street.
Offlce hours from 10 to 12 A. M.: from
1 to 1 P. M. ap'AHf
J. W. ROLLINGS WORTH,
DENTIST.
Rooms 3 audi, over City of Paris store,
spring Street.
Jaa7 3m
j. H. BURKS,
DBUTIST.
Offloe lv new City of Paris building.
*y-Dt ntul Work at Eastern Prices.-**
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OP
Alameda and First Btrosts
oealhbsin
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HA 18,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT RtDUCED PRICES
-ii-
Perry. Woodworth & Co.'s
LUMBER TABDS
-.<>-
PLANING MILLS,
Ho. is commercial street, near
Ball road Itepot. mren-tf-
H. SI. OTTER BECK
tin fc»ti*e«3t.
Hstols, Rifles,
ition. Cutlery,
AND
NG GOODS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Also a fine SHOOTING GALLF.ItY.
It EPAI HI IN G
OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY.
■MM
For Santa Catalina.
THE SCHOONER ROSITA
Will take parties to Catalina Island for
batblng. Parties can onme direct to San
Pedro in thelrown eonveyanoe and their
teams can be cared for lv my pasture.
Campers must bring their owu provis
ions and camping equipments.
Passage, round trip $4
Children naif price.
For particulars write to
CAPT. A. W. TIM MS,
Ban Pedro, Wilmington P. 0., Oal.
mySdAwlaa
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
QOOUAI.L. PERKINS & CO., AGENTS
BAN FRANCISCO.
San Francisco and Los
Angeles.
SCHEDULE FOR JUNE.
Coming South doing North
R ,1 al l R
STSAM El's a* ii
2 p. •» 9 or
° a 5 5 ob
Orizaba.... Juno 2 June ,'jurte 6 June 8
Ancon " 7 " » " 11 •' 13
Orizaba.... " 12 " 14 " 16 " 18
Ancon " 17 " 10 " 21 " 23
Orizaba.... " 22 " 24 " £6 " 28
Ancon " 27 " 29 July 1 July 3
Orizaba.... July 2 July 4 11 6 " 8
Both steann.nl ps cal I at Fort Harlord
(SanLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara.
The Company reserves the right * o
chaege the steamers or their days of
sailing.
CHANGE OF HOUR.
SH-Passengers for San Francisco lake
the train for Wilmington that leaves
Los Angeles at 10:50 o'clock A.M., Los
Angeles time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
THI! STEAMERS
Orizaba and Ancon.
Leave san Pedro for San Diego June 4,
9,14,19434,3 d, and July 4.
Passengers take tho train that leaves Los
Augeles for Wilmington at 3.45 F. v.,
Los Augeles time.
Rates of Fare Irom Los Angeles.
Cabin. Steerage.
To Ran Francisco Si 500 $10 00
To Fort Harford Q 00 9 00
To Santa Barbara 8 00 U 00
To Sau Dlago 6 00 f) 00
Plans of steamers'oeblna at agent's office,
wheie berths may 1,0 secured.
FOR WAY FORTS.
The steamer Los Angeles leaves Han
Buenaventura and Hanta Barbara for San
FrancUuo every Krkluy, calling at way
ports.
Tho steamer Newport, P.ummer com
mander, runs bt-tween sau Francisoo
and Newport Landing, calling at Santa
Cruz, San Buenaventura, Hueneme, San
Pedro, and Anaheim banding, for
combustibles, way freight and passen
gers, leaving Kan Francisco about every
ten duyy, as tides serve ou the Newport
bar.
Vor Pauatfe Of freight as above, or
for ti'i£Bts to and irom
Eactern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to
H.McLELLAN,
Local Agent, Office, No. m\ Main
street, over tho Commercial Eank,
Los Angel. a,
S. P. R. R.
COMMENCING
Sunday, May Ist, 1881,
Aud Until lurther notice.
Will leave LOS ANGELES as I,, Hows:
B.flfl8 .flfl A. M.-DAILY-S P. Atlantic Ki
ll!!! press for Yuma (Colorado River
.learners), Maricopa (Prescou), Casa
Grunde, (Florence), lucson, Benson,
(Tombstone), Deming, N. M. (for A.J.
and s. F. R. It.) aud Routers ('nr Fl Paso).
8,/ r a. M.—DAILY—San Franclsso
■*»D Through Freiffbt ami Xnirti
clas. AcuommoUatlou train.
9.Qfl A. M. —DAILY—Vi.'- L. A. 4 I.
■ Oil R- B.—Local Passenger train
Ui banta Monica.
in.QRA M.—DAILY---Local pussenyor
iUiOw tram to wtlnalngton,
2.«jn p m.—daily--Except Sunday—
.wU Looal passenger train toColton,
3 .0n F. M. —DAILY—LocaI rasscnger
.OU train to Wilmington.
/.rfl P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenge*
■1.911 train to Anaheim anaSauta .mi
(Sau iriego )
s.nfl F. M SUAOAYS I'XCBPTED
■« u via L. a. A 1. It. It. Local, Pas
senger Trnin to Sauta .Monica. (On Sun
day ihistKuu will waveatfitBoP.il.)
S.ICP.M.— DAILY-Express for San
.19 Francisco,connecting at Lathrop
with tratni ot the Central Paolflo Rail
road tor tho East.
7,/r P. If.—daii.y-x. P. Emigrant
■49 Train lor Yum* Tuisou aud
i'emiug (A. T. •'■ -S. F, tt, it./
A. N. TOWNE,
General Baporluiendent.
T. H. GOODMAN,
Ueuernl Pi: >■ -or and Ticket Ag't.
E. 13. HEWITT,
Assistant fluperlntendem, Los Angeles.
~be!~ra¥ch for sale, "
HITUATKD V .ilfT MILKS PROM
LO i ANUtiLKS,
With two dwelling houses, barn.chlck*
on-houHt s and huney house; plenty ot
good naountsßln water brought lo the
ouses iv pipes; a large stock of Italian
bees, in the most Improved style of
htves, together with all the appurte
nances necestmry for the use and opera*
tion of tbe bee business. b*>r further
particulars inquire at 28 Main street, or
address P. O. box 906, Los Angeles, Cal
tiU2tf
Capitol Bakery
CONFECTIONERY,
SPUING ST., below the P.sto&lce.
aarWEDDIN I CAKES AND FANCY
CAKES of all styles always oa band.
aar attractive novelties for
the Holidays. (Jive me a call.
47-Uat S. SCHUMACHER.
NO, HO
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' * MERCHANTS
BANK
Of Log Augelea.
CAPITAL 200.000 00
Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO
isaias w. nriTMiin . n«n«i
l. o. uoodwin V oe-Preslde»t
JOHN MILNEB. .....JeeTctarV
BOARD OF DIRECTOKS.
Jf 4 , 1 Han.* ah, jobic a. Unirri
O. w. Chimib, c. e.Tbom.
L. C. GooDWIH, A. ll' '"" .
Pun. Oaimikb. Don. Anngi
Jos* MA SCAB HI..
r; xcLanta for saleon
NEW YORK. liONTON, ..DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
and BERLIN.
Receive Deposit* and Issue Theh
Certificates.
liuy nod Hal
LEGAL. TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY.
AND CITY BONDS.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
KAUt HTREBT
Loa Angeles.- Oa -~-
Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000
J. 8. BLAUSON . President
U.S. BAKER Vlce-Prealfleai
H. L. MACNEIL „ .... CaSbl**
DIREOTORa
J.S."«WN, A.W. BOWHASI
V. A. HOOVKK, ROBXKT 8. BAKU
J. ButnY. an. W. PBMOOT
H. M. WIDNIT.
Boy and soil exebange on Ban Francisco,
New York, London, Paris. Berlin aad
Frankfort.
Buy exchange on all parts of th* Unit*
States aad Europe.
Receive money on open aeoonnt and Oer
tlOcate of Deposit, and do • general
banking and exebange business.
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
OF LOS ANGELES
' **
FE IE I DUST J. L. HOLLEJBBUI
CASHIEB E. F. BFEIOB
olttitf
_ SOCIETY NOTICES.
Mason lo Hot loe.
J!\ '.: A l .*H.^?be L
W 01 tbis Lodge are held oatS
/\tf\ drst MONDAY of eaob montnat
' - r.iO p. x. Membersof rental,
pba. No. 203, and all Master Masons la
good standing are oordlally Invited.
Byorderoftbe W:-Mi-
Chad. Smith. Secretary.
§ Knights of Pythias,
OLIVE CpDOsT, Na. SS,
meets every Tuursaay ev%nlnjT,ai
7 o'clock, at tha Oft.ti*. ttiii
Downey Bioolt. All sojourning aTjLUat
in good standing are I'ordlallylnvftSu
I. A. DUNSMOOK.O. C
C. E. Milks, K. o; K. 8 '
Lou injetes Chapter No. 3j, R : . mS .
My
t Stated convocations oa Sd
MONDAY ofjeaeb moath.
lit r. v. at MaaonlonSL
Sojourning companionslia
~-„!standiugoordntAy la.
vlted. By order of
A. W. KDELMAN, H. r.
Sam. Pbaoxb,
Seoretary.
TEMPLAR
D.UonCos«*.e*VTN,.
Holds Its stated conclave ut tbe Aay.
turn ln Masonic Hall, on tbe Tied
IHUUSL > V of earn montb, ut7i,ovlous
;F. H. Sojourning 'templar la
good standing are cordi;,',i> luvited tv at*
tend. By order or tbe
J. C. LrTii,xnxa.D. Recorder. *' °'*
Lot angeies Council No. fl, Rml aad
Select Masters, F. m m) S„
Holds Its stated assemblies) cnt the stn
.Monday or eacb month at Masonic Mall,
at7:3o p.m. Sojourning Companion* la
irood standing arc fraternallylntlfid lo
attend. By order ofthe Th!. Bl:.
R. a. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder.
Loa AngKlra tVesxsroMa. ao, I. O. O.V 1
llflffltsV" Regular meeting held on
jSQHfiLWEDNESDAY EVENING ol
week at TX o'olock. So-
lournlng brethren tn good
standing are cordially invited.
. _ F. EATON, H. «
A. 1' bans, R. 8.
Confidence Engine Company Ne. 2.
• REGULAR MEXTOftM a
gWt I thls Oouapany wdll take place
LWI uu tbe first Wednesday eve
4dJßin ning or each month, at 7M
-jJETC*. ..■-i.H-k. By order,
CHABLES KE TLER. Me#.
NOTIOB
To Grain Shippers,
All grain arriving here if rail or tsaaas
consigned to the undersigned tar ship- "
meut will be stored fREE FOB FITS
DAYS.
All grain remaining la my possisstos
or a longer tune will ha charged for a
the rata ot T5 cents per ton, heaWM ,
lighterage. ..

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