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VOL. XV.
- • imbed every morning except Mon
day,
BY
jljSltl'H JJ. I.VNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
far,annum, by mall or express •*">
Six months " «■ «
Three months " .°
Delivered by carriers, per week M oen.a
OS ANttELES WEEKLY HERALD
I. ambushed every Saturday morning.
TERMS.
Oneyear.by mallorextwem,one«opy..«3»»
Advertisements inserted at reasonable
rates.
All sUaaau ef Isb-Work done so
pete with Ham Frauelaeo m
Ps-leeJlSl'la. «n<l Bloa-aiece ol V»..rU.
Late Telegrams.
OBlmmm 4rrlT.nn.
SAM FBANOiaOO, July 10 —Tbe
steataer Ooeanto, from Hongkong,
yeelerdey brought over e> thousand
1 i Chinese.
' SSarkoi Mepor,.
Sam Fbamouco, July nth.—
WbnV quiet; No. 1, $1 40®1 4SJ;
No. i. $1 M<»lß7. Bar).-y7du.i;
' feed, WtyfiZi br-wlog, J1.12, f,.,
light, ami [email protected] for bright
heavy: standard chevalier, nomi
nel; ooeet, do, 92,9. Out*, weak;
wood and oboloe $1.60®1.60; com.
man, »140®147|; surprise, $165
Corn. Urge y-iiow, $106; email
rounddo.ll 06®1.07i;wbiie,$l 12*.
Hay, $7A1860. Wool, oo obaugt.
Potatoes, 86c«*l.
A r»»s>i tgaerrel.
Nevada (Oal.J, July lOth.-A
auarrel, witb fatal results, occurred
at Quaker Hill, six miles from
here, laat evening-, between John
A. Hayes and Franols E. Johnson.
A fight first took plaoe between
tbe men, after which JobusoD drew
hla pistol and began firing. Five
shot, were fired, two of which took
effect In tbe body of Hayes, one ol
the bullets passing direotly through
the heart and causing almost lu
stent death. Both parties are mar
ried men. Johnson Is now In jaij.
The quarrel grew out of a dispute
over a watch wbiob Johnson had
pawned to Hayes.
A r»t»i aMaamsa •>»•> i» r-..*e
MmOBD, Cal. L July 10 — Edward
Beware, an old cttlaen of Mariposa
oounty, was sbot aod killed ut
Horoltas at 6P. at yesterday by a
neighbor, also an old man, named
D. K. Pltaer. Tbe parties had bad
some trouble about a fenoe Hue bt
tween their farms. About two weeks
ago, Plllsr draw a ebotgun upon
Bowers aod threatened to shoot,
whan Bowers knocked tbe gun
aside with a oaue aod gave him a
threshing. Ou yesterday tbe two
man met on tbe road from town.
Pltzer, who waa returning from
town under the Influence of liquor,
drew his revolver and fired twloe,
•ne ball wounding Bowers (de
•eased) In the arm, tbe otber enter
ing hla breast, passing through the
heart aud killing bim Instantly.
Pltser wea arrested. Tbe people
ara greatly ezotted. and threats of
lynching wtfe being frsely made
when tbe messenger left tbere at 9
o'olook laat night.
• ayaapavasn Bull r**ara»l«.
WaMINVTON, July 10, 8 P. at —
Tba Preeldanl's symptoms cootluue
to make favorable progress. Pulee,
10$; temperature, 101.09; reeplra
ttoo, M.
Bum, Babnes, Woodward ami
Retburn.
No otber bulletin will be issued
until to-morrow morning.
auu Itns>r«»i-«
Executive Mansion, July 11—
BA. at.—Tbe Prealtlent has parsed
a oomfortabls nigbt, and bis condi
tion shows Improvement oyer tbat
of yesterday. Pulse, 98; tempera
ture, M>; respiration, 88. A. bulletin
will be issued dally at eight o'olook
In tbe morning, one iv tbe after
noon and one in tbe evening until
farther notloe.
1 p. x —The favorable progress
of the President's oase oontloues.
D. W. BUSS and others.
A afar el **■■■*■■ vl«a bshmihi.
I COLTJMBOs, 0., July 11.—Gov.
, Foster seat the following telegram
to the Uovernors of States and
Territories laat nigbt:
Governor's Office, i
Oolumhus, O , July 10./
Tb Umrrit It. PiaUttd, Oovmor of
Main.:
Preeeut lodleatloos strongly en
oourage the hope tbat tbe Presi
dent will reoover from tbe effects
of the horrible attempt upon bis
life. It must ooour lo all tbat It
would be most fitting for the Gov
ernors of tbe ssveral States and
Territories to Issue proclamations
setting apart a day to be generally
agreed upon, for tbankagivlDg and
S raise to Almighty God for tbe
leased deliverance of our Presl
dent and for the great evidence of
Hie goodness to tbis nation. If tbis
suggestion meets your approbation,
permit nee to name tbe Governors
of New York, Pennsylvania, Ken
tucky, Maryland and Ohio as a
oommittee to fix upon tbe day to
bo an observed. Please reply,
(gljrnadj Chab, Foster.
Tbe E,e*e laaiaa Bsrsns Bear M
r..—...r..uv. .......
Xt, Pabo, Texas, June 11 —News
has lost oome to hand of another
Indian outrags. I left here for
XI Paso del Norte, aeeompauled by
Mr. Vyillard K. Moore, Interpreter,
to learn the tbe miMj
that the troops that left aevan daya
ego Indians
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Mr. Thomas Key Pugb, son of ex»
Senator Pugb, who was made oap
live by Ihe Indlaus a week ago,
tbry came upon a new .outrage.
Six leagues south of Luoero they
found the wreok of two wagons and
Ibe murdir.nl bodies of Oregorie
MtstHi ami hie wife, also tbe body
of Capt. Jn.fi A. Toruel, of the
Twenty-sixth Infantry. Hs was
accompanied by two servants, who
made tbeir escape badly wounded,
aud reported at Luoero tbat the at
tack waa made by twelve Indian*,
supposed to be a part of Viotorlo'a
warrior band. In tbe mean time a
party formed at Carrasul to reoover
tbe body of the stage driver, mur
dered at the last attack on
tbe Cliibuabua stage. In go
ing to tbe plsoe tbey left tb*
r.gular road so as to avoid the In
dians' One league eastward from
where tbe stage was attacked tbey
found the body of T. K. Pugb, hor
ribly tortured and mutilateu while
living, and then shot, tbere being
three bullet wounds lv his body.
The body was buried by tbe party
where found. Tlie Mexican author
ities bave vow on. tbe scout one
hundred and fifty infantry and
thirty cavalry soouriog tbe coun
try. Tbe party le under command
of the famwus Indian fighter Col.
Terrs zas.
This plaoe bas been visited by a
terrible tbuuder etorm, accom
panied by continuous lightning. It
oommenoed raining at 7 P M , aod
lv less than two hours seven inones
of rain fell. The damage to build
ings In tbe course of erection and
to merchandise will amount to
Dearly thirty thousand dollars.
The Caucus Nominees at Albany.
Elbridge Gerry Lapham, the Be
rublioan caucus eaudlilate for
Uuited estates Senator from New
York for the short term, first en
tered publio life as a member of tbe
New York Constitutional Conven
tion in 1867. Iv 1874 be was elect
ed to tbe House of Representatives,
aud bas slnoe served o intlnually in
tbat body, where bis ability and
force of character have caua-d him
to be recognised among tbe Repub
lican leaders ot that body. Mr,
Lapham baa always beeu a strong
personal and politioal friend of
President Garfield. He was lv
San Franolsoo at tbe lime of the
reception to General Grant in 1870.
His wife is a > inter to Roi»-rt B.
Moßrlde of V. 3. Surveyor-Gener
al Waguer'e uuVe, and lie has a
daughter who Is the wife of A. B.
Field of rian FranoUoo.
Waruer Miller, candidate for the
long term, was a volunt. er soldier
durlug the war, rising lo the rank
of Lieuienunt aud servlug in a
rebel prison for some time. After
the w.r lie engaged in tbe business
of manufacturing'paper. Io 1872
he was sent asadeligal* to tbe
Republican National C nveotlon
at Philadelphia. In 1874 be was
elected to the Assembly, aud again
In 1875. In 1878 be was elected a
meiiitier of Congress for the Twen
ty-seoond district.
The Style of Husband Guitteau
Was.
Tbe Leadvllle Chronicle of the
Bth contains an interview with
Mis. Theodore Dunsmire, tbe di
vorced wife of Cbarlee J. Qult.au.
She was married to Dunamlre at
Boulder, Col., In 1878, aud Is now
residing in this oity. She showed
a deoree of divorce granted In 1874,
ou the ground of adultery; allow
ing her alimony, and prohibiting
Guiteau from marrying until ber
death. She says be was very cruel
to ber from the time nf the mar
ring-; tbat when he was a member
of Ueury Ward Beeober'a church
he would lead in prayer, and as
soon as the meeting waa dismissed
tell her of some of his swindling
schemes. While in New York
Guiteau got to spending all hie
msun/m' 'lmeln fast bouses, and
"nln AjeAb*Jit*' she would bave to
support berself. Sbe went to Sara
toga, remained two months, and on
her return her friends urged ber to
get a divoroe, wbloh sbe did. She
was afterwards a clerk In tbe Treas
ury Department at Washington.
He never paid her any alimony.
She thinks tbe attempt at assassi
nation of the President was simply
prompted by bis morbid desire for
notoriety, for which he would, sbe
thinks, give bis life.
Who Saw it First?
The question of who discovered
the present comet has become a
most momentous one. Over 600
persons have-laid claim to the hon
or and the Waruer prise of $800,
and all of them are wltbln compar
atively the same time. II is desir
able that uo injustice be done lv
this matter, and to this cud all par
ties who saw tbe oomet during tbe
week endlug June 25th. or previous
ly, Will please forward their claims
without delay lo Prof. Swift, Direc
tor of tbe Warner Observatory,
Rochester, N. Y. It is certain tbe
discovery waa made by a private
Individual, but wbo that Individual
la remains to beseeti.
Santa Monica Bakery.
LOOI3 EBINQKR, proprietor of the
Spring street Bakery, announce, to the
people of Santa Monica that he has es
tabliahed a Bakery, wbere they can be
supplied with
BREAD, PIES, - CAKES AND
CONFECTIONERY OF
ALL RINDS, •
jeutr
The American Colony.
This nsw colony for If* Angeles ooun
ty Is now forming, to locate on the
OEBBITOS RANCH
Fmatlag en Sau Mm Say. Parties
looking lar a desirable loeatloa to atake
b .cars should ses these lands setters pur-
LOS ANGELES. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY IS.IBBI.
MISCELLANEOUS.
CTBwmTim »r O nnnia
*t*»t*nS\flXy lopfcsa
frana udftmu.
A D©lioiOUS
and Re
llreshing Firait
Lozenge,
WniohSepvee
the Purpose
of Pills aad
Disagree
able Purgative
Medioiaes.
TBOPIC-FKUIT LAXA
TIVE «f the beat preparation in the
world for Constipation, Biliousness,
Headache, Piles and ail kindred Com
plaints:- It acts gently, effectively, and
ia delicious to take. Cleansing the sys
tem thoroughly, it imparts vigor to
mind and body, and dispels Melancholy,
Hypochondria, etc. One (rial eonvmn
••often in bronzed tin boxes only.
PflCs2snd6oCts. Sold t» all Dnqltls.
I et 1
tUJ UF
Feeble and Siokly Persons
Recover tbeir vitality by pursuing a
oeurse of Roeteiter's Stomach Bitters, |
tne most popular Invigoraut and altera
tive modiolus in use. General debility,
fever and ague, dyspepsia, constipation,
rheumatism and other maladies are |
completely removed by It. Ask those
who bays used It what It bas done lor
tnem.
«*"For sale by all Druggists and Deal
ers generally.
MONTANA MEAT MARKET.
THE PIONEER MARKET or this ol
1«« MAIN ST., NEAR FIRST.
Keeps on hand the best Beef, Veal,
Pork, Mutton, Halt Meats and all kinds
of Sausages. Meats delivers t to all parts
of the oity. A. FRAN OK.
mrl-6m Proprietor,
D. DESMOND,
**■ Bsaal saamsssi
H II
£ II *
S3 W
NOW READY, THE
New Fall Style Dress Hats
ear All the leading shapes in SOFT and
STIFF FELT HATS.
B 1 It D« EtL
Clover & Alfalfa
SEPARATOR.
The only machine manufactured to-day
in the world having a Threshing and Hull
ing Cylinder oombined ln one frame.
Bend for a oop"y of the " Glover Leaf,"
containing muoh valuable information on
Ihe culture and harvesting of Clover and
alfalfa.
There are, to-day, over aUOO ol thaw
lastly celebrated Birdsell Clover Separators
st work throughout ths United States, and
not one as yst has ever failed to give entire
tansfaotion both t ths Threshermsn sod
Fanners.
We guarantee oar machine in every re
spect. From the first of August to the firs
of November, 1870, we sold over 600 of these
"machines, and ln net a single instance bays
we heard one word of complaint either
against the manner of •hair construction
working,
Address for further information Mm
Birdsell Manufacturing Co.
BOOTH BEND. IND.
GRANT *X CAMIRON
IISDIafIH,
UUraOBHB, TIOTOBIA, ACtVTRAU*,
" NEW ADVBBTIHEMENTB.
BEST lIS THE WOBEB.
PERMANENT BRANCH; 148 MAIN ST.
om „ t JOHN BURNS', Agent.
LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY
OHEEBEBROUQH A DREYKR. PROPRIETORS.
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS.
MAN BY WHITS LABOR ONLY.
AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES A SNUFF
At No 3» Spring, St.. opposite Court House. , w
MISCELLANEOUS".
FARMERS, ATTENTION!
Baker <fe Hamilton,
IS to 18 FRONT STREET,
San Franolsoo, Oallfbrnla,
An Sol. Agents for the following
wen known
ARRICUITURAL IMKMEIITt
Obampion Reaper and Mower;
Oanuine Buffalo Pitta Thresher;
Bain Farm Wagon;
J. I. Case's Celebrated Headers;
Ames's Straw and Wood-Burning
Engines;
Star Moline Plows;
Sweepstake and Eureka (Seng
Plows, Etc., Etc.
MANUFACTORY:
rt wwepstake Plow Company,
riAPi LBANDRO, : I j CAL
*fi'»34th*3*
Popular Monthly Drawing of tbe
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
AT aUOAULBT'B THEATER,
IN THE OITY OF LOUISVILLE,
On Saturday July SO, MSI.
Tbeae drawings, ooour monthly (Sun
days excepted), under provisions of an
Act of the Oenent Assembly of Ken
tucky, incorporating the Newport Prlnt-
Newspaper Co., approved April
' saarrhla Is a special act, and has never
been repealed.
The United staaea otroult Oourt on
March 81st, rendered the following deci
sions.
Ist—That the Commonwealth Distri
bution Company Is legal,
gd—lts drawings an fair.
The Company haa now on hand
a large naerve fund. Read the Hat ol
prlsea tor the
JULY DRAWING.
1 Prise Mu.ooo
} moo
10 Prises, 11000 each.- 10.000
SO Prises, 1600 each- 10,000
100 Prises, $100 eaoh — 10,000
ZOO Prises, HO eaoh 10,000
no Prises, 130 eaoh HOCO
1000 PrtxeC $10 eaoh 10,000
• Prlsea, $800 eaoh, Approxima
tion prises.— - 3.700
0 Prises, $300 eaoh, Approxima
tion prlsea IJJOO
a Prlsea, $100 cash, Approxima
tion prises. .., ,1 ~ $00
USO Prises •US.eX
Whole Tloketo.M. Half Tickets, f L
27 Tickets, $£0. ft) Tickets, $100.
Remit Money or Bane Draft In Letter
or send by Express, Don't send by reg
istered letter or Postofftoe order. Orders
or $5 and upward, by Express, oan be
sent at our expense. Address ail order
to R. IL BOARDMAN.
Onurler-Journal building, Louisville, Ky.
or T. J. COMMERFORD, OSa Broadway.
New York. .nMsVw
WASHINGTON 6ARDENB.
Mr. P. LOI9HAU has mad. arrange
ments with Mr. D. T. Waldran which
Suable him to aanounee that, every San
ay, beginning with Sunday, April ITtb.
he will Siva Sleigh t-of-Heaa perform
aaeee at this popular resort. In aedltloa
then will befoot-raoej, a »hoe ting sal
ary aad otber waya Of amusing the pub
ic. A new fnaagraaame every euaadey.
Professor Kalmbaeh, Musical Director.
gCsaaaiaaa saalailaal eaiMsa
sxaawea w <^a—^mr*
VULCANIZED RUBBER.
!
NBW TOSH
Rubber and Packing Co.
Th. oldeit and largest mannfaororen
iv Amerlos of I
Vuicauiie«<i
Rubber
xTabrlos*,
IDAPTBD TO
MECHANICAL PURPOSES
Invite the attention ot .11 who ere inter
ettad in tba ail. or oa. of suoh articles to
the high standard quality aad low prioe* of
their virions msnumoturee, comprising
Maohine Belting;, Steam Packing,
Leading Hose. Suotion Hose,
Oar Springs, Wagon Springs,
Billiard Cushions, Grain
Drill Tubes, etc.
"TWT" HOSE,
Made expressly for the use of Steam Fir.
Engines, aad will stand a pressure ot 400
pounds par square inch. Oaten of tin
Departments requiring new boss will Sal
this mash superior in strength and quality
to any other.
Solid Emery Vulcanite Wheels,
composition of Hubber and Emery, mak
ing a very hard sad uniform substance of
the nanus of atone throughout. These
wheels for grinding and polishing metals,
gumming saws, .to., an the most econom
ical and effective tools tbat oan bo used.
86 aad 38 Park Row. Mew York.
JOHN H. OHEBVKB, Treasurer.
Price lists and further information may
be obtained by mail or otherwise, oa appli
gitton.
Morey 6t Sperrv,
trURNIHMUKH OK
Mining Supplies,
gg LIBERTY BT., NBW TORI. •
MINING
MACHINERY.
STEEL SHOES AND DIES
AFTER many yean ot patient research
<a and experiment, we have aucceeded In
producing Steal Shoes and Steel Dies for
Quarto Mills, which are unequalled for
durability, strength and eooaomy; they will
irear three tunas longer than any iron
shoes. We manufacture, and contract to
snot, Oold and Silver Reducing aad Amal
gamating Machinery la all ita details. Pans,
Separators, Concentrator., Jigs, Book
Breakers and Furnaces.
AU orders promptly filled, Examina
tions solicited, Adonis
MOREY. A SPERRY,
St Liberty St., Hew York.
SYNOVIAL
Lubricating Oil!
THE MOST DUBABLB, RELIABLE AND
fkwaiomlnal lubricant la existones.
Ja.ppUca.bla to MSveary Grrode a
Maebtxtearr.
Msastostored eawarivsly by the
LESTER OIL COMPANY,
- ■ 1 '— r
PHYSICIAN 8.
Dr. J. S. Griffin,
CP-STAIRS OITY OF PARIS BUILD
laO, SPRING STBUKT.
Offlee hour.-9 to 11 A. at., Ito 8 aad Tto
IF. at.
•wtUeldeuoe—EAST 81DB OF MAIN
STREET. BELOW FIRST. jyttl
H. S. OB ME, M. D.,
(SnrireoD. and Fnyoioiem
Offloe-NO. r*% MAIN ST., Lanfranoo
Blook. K.aldenoe— No. m Sprint street.
ap»B 8m
Or. Joseph Kurtz
Baa removed hla offlee to Rooma n, St
and 90 Baker Block.
ear-Bye and ear dlaeaiea treated with
theoareof aapeoialiet. apta
Or. N. P. RIOHARDBON,
Chyajialaan and t*urjjeon
Offloe nd Residence, Fort Hill, Buena
Vlata atreet.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
TVTASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS.
IYI Resldenoe, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Offloe hoars from 10 to 11 A. M.: from
1 to .P.M. apaP-U
J. W. HOLLINCB WORTH,
DENTIST.
| Boons • and «, over City of Paris store,
Spring Street.
JaaT 8m
J. H. BURKS,*
ID BIITT I S T.
Offlee in new Oity of Perls bollding.
ssr Dental Work at Eastern Prioes. "WS
j. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
OORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
TIBiT.WiS TJf
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,'
PLASTER OT PARIS, ETC. ETO.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
- AT —
Parry, Wood worth * Oo.'s
lumber yards
-m —
PLANING MILLS,
■e>- 1* oewmerelHi street, Bessy
atotlraMMl nesei. mrtO-tf-
H. BLOTTERBECK
77 Main Street.
Cunt, Pistols, Rifles,
Ammunition. Cutlery,
~.*|ais
SPORTING GrOODS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Also a On. SHOOTING GALLERY.
REPAIRING
OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY.
sVJtf
FOR SALE.
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY
OFFER THB
Los Angeles Infirmary
AND GROUNDS FOR SALE.
The grounds are highly Improved and
contain a large number of bearing or
ange, lemon and deolduous fruit trees.
sat For terms apply on the premises.
Ja7tf
ISTOTIOB
To Grain Shippers.
All grain arriving here by rail or teams
consigned to th. underaigned for ship
ment will be stored FREE FOR FIVE
DAYS.
All grain remaining In my poaaeaalou
or a longer time will be charged for .
the rate of To cents per ton, besides
lighterage.
PHINEAS BANNING.
Wilmington, Jan.. 1881. d7tf
Christy A.Wise.
AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS
And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for
the sal. of Wool. Hides, Tallow.
Grain, Live IS took, .to.
Also, Wool Bags, Twine, Dips and all
Ranch Supplies furnished on atom era at
lowest rates.
.07 FRONT ST., between Jackson and
racloc, SAN PKAKCtSOO.
LOS ANGELES OFFICE.
ISM. IAmOABIABLOOsT,
MONEY TO LOAN
LINEBOF TBAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
, STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
OOODALL. PERKINS * 00., GBN
EBAL AtfaNVU.
SAN FRANCISCO.
, San Franolaoo and Loa
Angelea.
SCHEDULE FOR JULY.
Coming South doing North
|| f| f| ||
' Oriaaba... July I July I July « July J
Ancon..... •• 7 " « •« 11 •• It
• Oriaaha.... " 11 " 14 " It " It
Anoon.™. " 17 " It "II " B
Or>a»ba.._
\n00a.... " «r " at •■ n Aug I
. Oriaaba .. Aug I Aug t Aug t " 7
Both steamships oell »t Port Hanord
(SanLulaOblepo)and Santa Barbara.
Ths Oompauy reserves the right 'o
obangs the ateamera or their says el
. sailing.
CHANGS OF HOUR,
aarPaaaengen for Ban Franslseo take
tbe train for Wilmington (hat leaves
Los Angelea at 10:10 o'clock A. at., Loa
Angelas time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
Orlsaba and Anoon.
Leave can t edro 'or Han Diego July 1.
I. Jut. It, M, aad Aaguit«.
Psassngsrs take tbe train that leaves Los
Angelea tor Wilmington at Ml r. sr.,
Loa Angele. time.
Ratal ol Fare from Los Anoeltt.
Cabin. Btiaerage.
To San Franolsoo..„ tie 00 110 00
To Port Harford „... It 00 tOO
To Santa Barbara. ....„ 8 00 tOl
To San Diego ........... 100 100
Plana of ateamers'oablna at agent's oil oa,
where berths may be scoured.
i TOR WAT PORTS.
The steamer Los Angelea leaves Ssa
Buenaventura aad Santa Barbara for Ban
Franolsoo every Friday, sailing at way
porta.
The steamer Newport, Piummer oom
. mand.r, mas btween sau rranuiauu
and Newport Landing, ealllna at Santa
Crus. San Buenaventura, Bueneme, San
, Pedro, and Anaheim landing, for
oombuatlblea, way freight aad passen
' gen, leaving Han FraoclMo about every
ten daya, aa tides serve oa the Newport
| bar.
For Passage or Freight se above, or
1 for tickets to and from
■astern Cities and Princi
pal European Porta.
Apply to
H.McLELLAN,
Agent. Offloe, Nt>. 661 Main
street, over the Commercial Bank,
Los Ansel c.
' 8e Pa Ra R.
——COMMENCING
Sunday, May Ist, 1881,
And until further notice.
TRA.XJX**
Will leave LOS ANSBXJBB aa fnllowa i
B,nfl A M.—DAILY—S-F. AtlaaUo tI
.UU press for Yuma (Colorado River
.teamen). Maricopa (Presoou), Case
Grande, (FlorenoeJ, luoson, Bsasoa,
(Tombstone). Doming, N. M. (for A. T.
and 8. F. R. R.) aad Rogers (lor Ai Paso).
8,/r A. M.—DAILY— San Franolsoo
.e)0 Through Freight and Third
uiw. Aeoommodatlon train.
9.nri A. H.—DAILY—Via Li.il.
.Oil K. R.—Local Faaeeager train
lo t>»nta Monica.
Ifl. OR A M.—DAILY—LooaI paaaenger
IU.OO train to Wilmington.
2 .0n f M.-DAlLY—Exoept Sunday—
.OU Looal paaaenger train to Oollon.
3 .Qfl P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger
.Oil train to Wilmington.
4.C11 p - M.—DAILY—LooaI Passenger
.OU train to Anaheim and Santa Ana
(Han Diego.) "
5.(10 t\M-BUhDAYS F-JTOBPTBD
MV via L. a. aLR. B. Local, Pas
aenger Train to Santa Menloa. (Oa Sun
day this train will leave at 140 P. M )
r.ir P. M.-DAlLY—Express for San
9.13 Franolsoo, connecting at Lathrop
with trains ot the Central Paelao Ralf
road lor the Bast.
7,/F p. M.-DAILY-S. P. Bmlgrant
,SJ}3 Train for Yuma. Tucson aad
ueiuuig (A. X. A es. F. it. BO .
A. N. TOWNS,
General Superintendent.
T. H. WOODMAN.
General Passenger aad Tloket Ag*L
E. E. HEWITT, •
Assistant Superintendent. Loa Angelas.
BEfc RANCH FOR SALE,
MTU ATE D BIGHT MILES FROM
LOS ANGELES,
With two dwelling houses, barn, chick
on-houses and honey bouse; plenty ol
good mountain wat-r brougnt ho tba
houses hi pipes; a large etock or Italian
bees, In the most Improved sty I. ol
hives, together with all tbe appurte
nances doc.Mary for the use and opera
tion of th. bee business, tor farther
panloulara lnauiiaat ft Mala street, or
address P. O. boa SM. Los Angela., pal
JaJjsff
Capitol Bakery
AND
OONFBOTIONEBT,
spring ST.. below the Psjetoais.
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NATIONAL BANK 1
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