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VOL. XV.
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All SUbkU ml Job-Wor* Uosie to
Otmpeta with Saw Franeloeo in
rrlee.atyle. and Ktoceusee el Worn.
Wweilav. '
'WjawaauaawsssaaawayawAmmamsmseaaawaw
Late Telegrams.
reweejuiere ttw aba aa«-~.
San Fsvahoiboo, July 18—The
steamer Anoon sailed this morn
ing with the following puasengers:
H Conner<Dd wife, A Hopper, Miss
B Hicks, Mra-B Hioka, Wm A
Grosser. J P McMahou, B VV Wor
abam, F Egiras >v, Miss L K> nnedy,
Rsv G H Deere and wile, Dr J 8
Adams, Mia E F Willi-mv J I ot
ter, Mies Johnston, Mrs G W Wil
liams, C Lowdell, Mis J A Lloyd.
Slnraei Br pari.
SAM FBAMOiaoo, July 18.—Wheat
—qufe, atearly; No. 1, $1 [email protected] 42 f ;
N0.8.»186®1.87 t . Barley—o iv.j
feed. [email protected]*u. blowing, »[email protected]
for light aud $1 lttjl 20 for bright
heavy; standard ruevalier, nom
inal: coast ditto, 950 Oais—dull;
good and oholce, [email protected] 80; com -
mon [email protected] 47 f ; surprise, $1 85.
Corn—smaii round yellow $1 064;
large do, SI 05; white, Sl.lij.
Hay — $7®1260. . Potatoes iv
sacks, 70c®80» ; in boxes, 80> @$1.
Wool—season about over. Bag*—
Calcutta, IK-; jute, 100, combina
tion rates.
Bam Ehancisoo, July 18.—Lieu
tenant R»y, or tbe United Stele"
Signal Corpe, .ailed to-day witb
■% nine oompaolooa on tbe sohoonei
Golden Fleece fir Point Barrow,
y Arctic Ooean where he will eeiab
r liab a station for meteorological
.observations Houses ready for
BjiereoUoo, Instruments aud provis
Bjloos for tbree years are comprised
In the outfit of the expedition.
§ ■■•■—«-*■»>•« —• •«<••
f» EURKKA, Nev., July 18,—In the
Rlobmoud-Albino cttse to-day,
| -Wren, for the Riobmond company,
I oocupird the attention of ihe Court
till 12:30 P. M. on the oootrovei ted
j legal point. At the conclusion of
bis remarks, the Judge read stc
tlonsoflhe law of.Ouogies and
tbe statue* of Nevada, aod said
tbat these conferred upon bint un
doubted Jurisdiction to determine
the rights of tbe parties to the pos
session of tbe land in dispute. He
would therefore admit tbe testimo
ny offered by the Albion Company,
and (to ordered.
ExxcUTrvx Mansion, July 17.—
Dr. Boyutun, tn oouversatlon tbia
afternoon, expressed bis opinion
tbat the critical period baa passed,
aod tbat tbe President, although
extremely weak, is now out of
danger. Continuing, ho said:
"Tbere Is no doubt tbat he will
f gain strength steadily now, and
- tbere la every reason to hope for
r his ultimate recovery." "Major
t Crump, steward of tbe Mansion
I and one of tbe night attendants
h upon tbe President, says tbat if tbe
d President's condition cool Inues dv t -
■ log this week as it bat been for the
X past few days, be will, ln my npln-
X ion, be able to tit up and eat bis
■ meals by next Sunday." Major
■ Swain, who is almost constantly
I with tbe President, said ibis aft ar
il noon tbat be was progressing flnt
ly. Io reply to Inquiries about Mrs,
f Garfield's healttt, M»j »r Swain,
I said, "Obi Mrs Garfield is getting
| along n'cely. Bb* Spends most of
i bar time at ber husband's bedside."
1 To-day Crump eaid to the Presl
? dent, he believed that lie
X would be sitting up to
X his breakfast next Sunday.
■"Do you really think so?" imbed
W the President. "I do iodeed," re*
■jplled Crump. "I would not be sur-
Kprlsed, Judging from tbe way I feel
w now," eaid tbe President. Doctors
I Bliss and Bayburu left the White
H, House together about 9 n'oliQk to-
P nlglh. Dr Biles replied, wheu ask
™ (d about the ' President: "He
la doing splendidly aud
that covers everything. He Ie de
cidedly better Iban at any lime.
Hie fever canoe on later this even
ing tban any previous day. He
, bas a good appetite, rellsbes his
food; he Is gaining some strength
and beginning to be able to move
himself about. He Is cheerful and
getting well."
omeiai ■■Ileum sale Moruaus.
[ Executive Mansion, July 18,
i 8.80 A. M — The President bas
passed a restful night, and his
pulse, temperature aod respiration
. are abjut the same aa yesterday.
Latest Telearraaaa frusa aba aie*
Executive Mansion, July 18
--9 a, at. —The President's progress
towards convaleaoenoe, noted lv
tbe otflolal bulletin of Saturday,
steadily contlnuee. He feels great
ly refreshed by tbe reatful, un
broken eleep whleb be had laat
nlgbt, and which was materially
assisted by the agreeableobange in
tbe weather. His pulse Is a-rad
ually lessening, It now being 88,
with normal temperature aod re.
■iratio*. He will receive for break
bp^^Laatr.lr\t!:
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
deemed best by tbe surgeons to give
bim solid substantial food In the
rooming, discontinuing at one
o'clock, after wbioh time only
liquid nourishment is uilmims
tered.
Executive Mansion, 1 p. m —
The condition of the Piesideut is
not material* obanged since,tbls
moruing. He bus no fever, and is
resting cjuiety. Pulse, 90; temper
ature and respiration normal.
Executive Mansion, 8:30 a. m.
— [Official Bulletin ]-The. Presl
deul has passed auotner comforta
ble tiiktit and Is doing well. This
inornlnir his pulse was 88; tempei
ature, 88 4; respiration, 18.
(digruejj Bliss aud others.
Albany, July IT —It Is very
qoiet at tie hotels to-night, and but
lt>vr members of the Legislature
are Id the ony. The Administra
tion men say tbey hope for the
eltotioti to-morrow of Lapham, but
dou't. feel certain. They lliiuk it
Will be done by Tuesduy if uot to
morrow. There Is a report current
tbat Hunt and Bingham, who voted
for Ooiikling and Milltr yesterday,
want Crowley instead of Lapham,
aod will stand cut for him. Others
Want Gen. Woodford. The Ad
ministration men eoout tbe idea
and Insist that it is the duty of all
Republicans to vote for the m.Jor-
Ity-oaucus candidate, .Lapham.
They cay they eauoot and will uot
now lleteu lo a chat gv.
St..rli.,..jr rr*,Ui file ftfena.
Cincinnati, O , July 17 —The
Wea tier U "day is tbe coolest iv the
last sixteen days. Iv isveu dsys,
from July 10th tn July 16th inclu
sive, tbe deaiho from sunstroke
were 284, and from exoessive best
ISO, making 414 deaths, Tbe great
est number from note causes wri
on July 14th, which w.reb'G. These
Sgures are official. Duung Ibe
same time the deaths Ironi otber
causes were 168.
Tfo, Ta-tnorrow.
CHICAGO, July 18 —Santa Glaus
Is In good condition aud Will irU
to-morrow in the raoe, where bis
only competitors worth noting will
be Robert McGregor anil Piedmont.
tliawrK" «*f Embeaaiera-,.,.
Galveston, July 18— F. B.
Beckueimer, furm>r Ausirian Con
sul mßt Louis, has been arrtsttd
charged witb tbe embezsleuient of
$18,000.
Tlte- I'r.flU Ml the flail.
Nbw York, July 17.—Today
Dr. Biles pressed ou the President's
etonjaoli along where th ball is be
lievtd to htive passed mid started a
flow of pus. I'iie Doctor says at
least a ttineglassful of pus started,
winch Is uu indication that tho
wound is open aioug the track of
Ihe belli aud tbat it will begin beat
ing from its inside. Ail the sur
geons suy to-nlgbt that tbelr high
est liopet of the. President's oase
iiud beeu reached loulght, »nd
their ooiifldeuce of recovery is
greater than ever before. Only ont
elgbth ct a grain of morpnia is
given every twenty four hours now.
i'bs fever to-day has beeu very
light, and tbe President rests Very
well, sleeping most of tbe night.
A t.rr ti. <yeio»e.
Chicago, July 18.—The lose by
the oyolone at New Ulm, Minn , is
estimated at from $25(1,01)0 lo $300 -
000. Tbe track of the tornado w»
forty miles long by one mile wide,
and a full list of the billed aod
wounded is not yet obtainable.
About a dozen lives are now known
to be lost.
U.Miean*. Oaaa Lay. Over.
Washington, July 18 — District
Attorney Oorkblll reud to the
Krand jury to day a paper signed
by the President's physicians, say
lutf that while progressing; well his
recovery was not oerlaiu. Ou
Corkhill'B motiou, the Jury were
disohariied until September 12th,
so nothing will bo done with Oul
teau till the Fail. The adjourn
ment oarries the Star route case
over also.
The NlalHart. Sl.ad fir ill.
ALBANY, July 18.—After two
ballots, tbe Stalwarts remaining
unbroken, the Convention ad
journed.
a...e.iitnii*,M or n Bnnn.Mii ofUeiai.
Chicago, July 18 — The 7toteo
City ot Mexico speolal says that
the Paym<Bter of the Mexican
Central Railroad, belonging to one
of tbe beat families at the Capital,
and bis servant, were shot dead
by a guard at Napola this morning;.
Tlielr b idles lie at Tula wailing a
speolal train. Tbe assaeelu is at
Urge. The difficulty Originated
long slnoe in a dispute tegardlng a
horse.
Kansas City. July 18 — Sheriff
Tiuinulake lias thirty men oui
after ibe train robbers, who divided
at Lawson. Tbey are going to
wards tbe home of tbe James boys.
They are evidently aiming for Clay
Oounty, Ml.S'iurl.
Santa Monica Bakery
LOOI3 EBINGKR, proprietor of tbe
Spring street Bakery, annonnoes to the
people of tsanta Monloa that he baa es
tablished a Bakery, where they can be
supplied with
BREAD. PIE-i, CAKES AND
CONFECTIONERY OP
ALL KINDS.
jaoetr
MONTANA MEAT MARKET,
THE PIONKKH M v incur of this ol
M« MAIN ST., NEAR FIRST.
Keeps on hand the belt Bear, Veal,
Pork, Mutton. Halt Meats aad all kinds
of Haulages. Moats deilvere I to all parts
of the olty. A. KRA.NCK.
mrl-em Proprietor.
County Warrants, etc.
I bay Witness reea, Jury Pees, Oity
and uonutT Warrants, Judgments, and
all kinds of claim*. ~7
tWlkwtA • Taaaair aaMtt. JSHi
LOS ANGELES. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 19.1881
i MISCELLANEOUS.
, PBSSCRIBED BY B rHYAICIAKM.
i
! LAi^pVE
rY4p.r.d &° l °\,vXj troplatl
»««• .odptaela,
-A. Delioious
and. 23.©
-ftoshing Fruit
Lozenge,
Wlaioh Serves
the Purpose
of Fills aad
Disagree
able Furgative
Medicines.
TROPIC-FKTJIT LAXA
TIVE is tbe best preparation in the
world for Constipation, Biliousness,
Headache,. Piles and all kindred Com
plaints. It acta gently, effectively, and
is delicious to take. Cleansing the sys
tem thoroughly, it imparts vigor to
mind and body, and dispels Melancholy,
Hypochondria, etc. One trial canvmeei.
Packed in bronzed tin boxes only.
Price 25 and 60 Cts. Sold by all Druggists,
HOSTETTEHJ
eWmVI am.
mk\\ _ STOMACH •#■>
Feeble and Sickly Persons
Recover tbelr vitality by punning a
oourse of Hosl.iter's Stomach Bitters,
toe must popular lnvlgorant and altera
tive medicine In use. Generxl debility,
fever and ague, dyspepsia, constipation,
rbeamatlsoi and other malndisa are
completely removed by It. Ask tbose
who have usod It what it has dono lor
tnem.
asrPorasleby all Druggists and Deal
ers generally.
D. DESMOND,
s mm §
= HI i
< " fI V o
NOW READY, THE
New Fall Style Dress Hats
ear All tbe leading shapes in bokt and
BTIFK KELT HA/IS.
The American Colony.
Till* new oolnny for JUos Angeles coun
ty is now forming, to locate on the
CEKRITOB RAtVCH
fronting on San Pedr. Ray. Parties
loosing for a ddS treble looatioa to make
h >mes sUo iid see these Isn is before pur*
obuslug etsewh -re. Par Les can go and
see trit) Oo ooy tr<tot <tnd raturu the same
dsy from Uv* Augeies. further par
ticulars apply to or send stamp for Col
ony map, prospectus, etc, to W. E.WI LL-
MuRK, Butxer Blook, Koom 1, Loh Ange
letaOal. feitif
NEW YORK BREWERY
LAUTH & STECKER
(Buooeesois to curls. Henna, Proprietors.
the t'LlJ.v i.l.f: i, I'd REST and MUSI
BRILLIANT LAGEII KSKB Moatta of
San Francisco.
Orders .or DRAUGHT or BtITTUCS
tlt .t'.U promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Hrewerj
dndesoomoetltlon tn the State. ranVtf
PHILADELPHIA
BREWERY!
D. MAHLSTEDT, Proprietor.
Tbe purest and most delioious LAG Eh
BEER manufactured ln Southern Cali
fornia. Orders tor Draught or Bottled
Beer filled on short notice.
OUR BEER IS NONPARSIL. JeltJ
Evergreen Laundry.
W-A.S HIFQ
Called tor and delivered to any pari
ol taw oity. by
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
T"} A TTTC! sewing
BEST IFT THE WORLD.
PERMANENT BRANCH; 148 MAIN ST.
cm JOHN BTJ«.ry», Atj-ent.
LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY
CHEESEBROUQH A DRKYKR. PROPRIRTORS.
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS,
MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY,
1 AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES * SNUFF
St Wo- 39 Spring St.. opposite Court Houae. ,fBi.
B * aBBBBBB O BBB *o BBBB *o B oao , aasßawja»BßßaßasaßSS
MIBUELLANEOUH.
FARMERS, ATTENTION!
i
Baker & Hamilton,
18 to 19 FRONT STREET,
San Franolsoo. California,
Are Bole Agents tor the following
well known
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Champion Reaper and Mower;
Genuine Buffalo Pitts Thresher:
Bain Farm Wagon;
J. I. Case's Celebrated Headers;
Ames's Straw and Wood-Burning
Engines;
Star Mollne Plows;
Sweepstake and Eureka Gang
Plows, Etc., Etc.
MANUFACTORY:
i
H weep«take Plow Company,
1 \
SAN LEANDRO, : : ; CAL
»S*34th-9f
Popular Monthly Drawing of the
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
AT HAOAUIiBY'B THEATER,
IN THE OITY OF LOUISVILLE,
On Saturday July 30, MISI.
These drawing,, ooour monthly (Sun
days excepted!, under provisions of an
Act of the General Asaembly of Ken
tucky, Incorporating the Newport Print
ing and Newspaper Co., approved April
0.1878.
aurThls Is a special act, and has never
been repealed.
Tbe United States Olrouit Court on
March 81st, rendered the following deci
sions.
Ist—That the Commonwealth Distri
bution Company la legal.
2d—lts drawing, are fair.
Tbe Company has bow on band
a large reserve land. Bead the Hat ol
prises for the
JULY DRAWING.
1 Prise _~_ ...^SkO.OOO
1 Prise - I I 10400
1 Prtxe..._ ..„ 6,01:0
10 Prises, 11000 eaoh „ 10.000
10 Prlsee, MOO each 10,000
100 Prises, 1100 each 10,000
000 Prlsee, SW each 10,000
000 Hrlles, taOesch. _ 12,1X0
1000 Prlsee. (10 each 10,010
0 Prises, soon each, Approxima
tion prises... , 1,, io,, 0,700
1) Prises, 1200 eaoh, Approxima
tion prlsee. 1.800
> Prises, lIM eaoh. Approxima
tion prises..... SCO
leoo Prises-. 1112.400
Whole Tickets, fx. Half Tloaets, 81.
•n Tlokets, too. UTickets,Bloo.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter
or send by Express, Don't send by reg
istered letter or Poatoffloe order. Orders
of to and upward, by Kxpress, oan be
sent at our expense. Address all order
R. M. BOARDMAN.
Courier-Journal building, Lnulsvllte, Ky.
or T. J. COMMEBFORD, 80s Broadway,
New York. oe-detw
WASHINGTON GARDENS.
Mr. P. LOHKAU baa made arrange
ments wltb Mr. P. V. Waldron which
enable him to annonnee that,every Sun
day, beginning with Sunday, April 17th,
bs will give sieig ht-of-Hanu perform
' ances at this popular resort. In addition
there will befoot-raaes, a shooting eat
ery and other way. of amusing the pub
ic. A now programme every Sunday.
Professor KAUabach, Musical Director.
Admission—Grown persons, x 50.; chil
dren. 10s.
Bad character, excluded. apT-lm
(P \ A A A SSlSw's" »»llelewa,»i'
ilSsssssfS<sißk
VULCANIZED RUBBER.
i —
NBVT YORK
Rubber and Packing Co.
The old.it and largest manufacturer,
in Amerioa o'
Viii onnißsed
Knbber
Fabrloa,
ADAPTED TO
MECHANICAL PURPOSES
Invite the attention of all who an inter
ested in tbe aale or oat of snoh artiolos to
the Ugh atendard quality and low prioae of
their various manufactures, comprising
Machine Belting, Steam Packing,
Leading Hose, Suction Hose,
Car Springs, vVagon Springs,
Billiard Cushions, Grain
Drill Tabes, etc.
"TEST" HOSE,
Made expressly for the use of Steam Fire
Engine,, and will stand a pressure of 000
pounds per square inoh. Gfflcers of Fire
Departments requiring new hose will find
this moon superior in strength and quality
to any other.
c
Solid Emery Vulcanite W heels,
composition of Rubber aad Emery, mak
ing a very hard and uniform substance of
tbe nature of stone throughout. These
wheels for grinding and polishing metals,
gumming saws, oto., are toe moat econom
ical and eSsouve tool, tbat can be used.
86 aad 38 Park Row. Mew York.
JOHN 11. OHBEVEB, Treasurer.
Price lists and farther information may
bo obtained by mail or otherwise, on appll-
Sat on.
Morey 6t Sperrv,
PUK.NISHEKB OK
Mining Supplies,
88 LIBBBTY ST., HRW YOU.
MINING
MACHINERY.
STEEL SHOES AND DIES
AFTER many years of patient research
11 and experiment, we have auooeeded in
producing Steel Shoes and Steel Die, for
Quartz Kill,, wliiob are unequalled for
durability, strength and economy; they will
wear three times longer than any iron
shoes. We manufacture, and contract to
erect, Oold and Silver Reducing aad Amal
gam sting Machinery In all la details, Pans,
Separators, Concentrators, Jigs, Book
Breakers and Furnaces.
All orders promptly filled, Examina
tions solicited. Address
MOREY k SPBRRT,
88 Liberty St., New York.
SYNOVIAL
Lubricating Oil!
THE HOST DURABLE, RELIABLE AND
Economical lubricant In existence.
Applicable to lCvery Orn.de o
Macbtnerr.
Hannfsotnred exclusively by the
LESTER OIL COMPANY,
81 Maldan Lane, New York.
~ tor OtraeJar aae Fries Lad.
PHYSICIANB.
Dr. J. 8. Oriffia,
UP-STAIRS CITT OF PARIS BUILD
IMG, SPRIMO STREET.
Offloe hours-0 to 11 a. «., 1 to 3 and 7 to
ft W. Mi
•er Residence—EAST SIDE Of MAIN
STREET, BELOW FIRST. JyOtf
H. S. OBSE, H. D. f
Surgeon and Pity mlclfua
Office—NO. 74 MAIN HT., Lanfranoo
Block. Resldenoe—No. 230 Spring street.
ap2B am
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed bta office to Rooms 20, 27
and 00 Baker Block.
nw*Eye and ear diseases treated with
theoareof a specialist. apt?
Or. N. P. RICHARDSON,
fiiy ejioian and burgeon
Office and Bestdenoe, Fort Hill, Buena
Vista street.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
tTO'TJNTY PHYSICIAN.
MABCAHEL BUILDING,UP STAIRS.
Neeldenoe, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
l street.
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from
1 to 4 P. M. ap2o-tf
J. W. HOLLINCBWORTH,
DKNTIBT.
Rooms S and 4, over City of Paris store,
spring Street.
Ja.TSm
J. H. BUBKB,
I S T.
Office ln new Olty of Paris building,
ear Dental Work at Eastern Prices.-a»
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and Flret Streets
DXAUaS IK
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETO.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth a Co.'a
LUMBER YARDS
- ABD —
PLANING MILL 8;
Mo. ta voanuierelal .treat, near
MM I road Depot. mrao-tr-
H. BLOTTERBECK
77 Main Street.
Guns, Platola, Rlflea,
Ammunition, Cutlery,
. „.AHD... n> ...
(SPORTING GOODS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Also a lino SHOOTING GALLERY.
IX E I* A. I BIN 6
OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY,
sistf
FOR SALE.
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY
OFFER THE
Los Angeles Infirmary
AND GROUNDS FOR SALE.
The grounds are highly Improved and
contain a large number of bearing or
ange, lemon and deciduous trait trees.
eat For term, apply on the premises.
JaTtr
ZLNTOTICIE
To Groin Shippers,
AU grain arriving here by rail or teams
consigned to the undersigned ror ship
ment will bs stored FREE FOR FIVE
DAYS.
All grain remaining ln my possession
or a longer time will be charged for a
the rate of 76 cents per too, besides
lighterage.
PHINEAS BANNING.
Wilmington, Jan, 1881. d7tf
Christy & Wise.
AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS
And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for
the sale of Wool. Hide,, Tallow.
Grain, Live Stock, .to.
Also, Wool Bags, Twine, Dips and all
Ranoh Rnpplles furnlHbeil on.tomers at
lowest rates.
soy FRONT ST., betweeu luokeon and
Pa, Iflo. SAN FUANOISCO.
LOS ANGELES OFFICE.
fei-im i aaoaeta aUeOOK.
MONEY TO LOAN
lO* real stoat, snaiMi at Bear ratao asm
jatafgjeijl^^
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
. STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
. OOODALL, PBRKnre * 00., obn-
ERAL AGENTS.
SAN FRANCISCO.
, San Franolaoo and Loa
Angelea.
SCHEDULE FOR JULY.
r
| Coming Bouts Oolng North
—mm
Orliabe.... July 1 July i July 0 July 0
Anoon •' 7 " 0 •' 11 '• 1J
Onsaha.... " 10 " M " If " U
a neon " 17 " 10 " II " m
Oriaeba... '• 28 " at •• SO " »
\noon. "27 "SO " II Aug »
' Orlsaba... Aug 1 Aug I Aug t " T
Both staanuhlpe call at Port Hariord
(SaoLui.Obi.po land Santa Barbara.
Tbe Company rossrves th. right > o
ohanga the atoamers or their days ef
- sailing.
CHANGE OF HOUR.
ear Passenger, tor Ban Franolaoo take
the train lor Wilmington that leaves
Los Angeles at 10:00 o'clock A. M., Loe
Angeles time.
Loa Angeles and San Diego
THB STKAXBBB
Orizaba and Anoon.
Leave nan t edro for Ban Diego July 8.
9,14,10,24,», and August I
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 8,40 p. it.,
Los Angeles time.
Rates of Far* Iron Los Angelas.
_ Cabin, steerage.
To Han Franolaoo. „. .tio 00 110 00
To Port Harford.. —IS 00 0 00
To Santa Barbara. — j oo o 00
To Ban Diego f 00 0 00
Flans of steamers' cabins at agent's offloe.
where berths may be secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Los Angeles loaves Salt
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Francisco every Friday, calling at way
ports.
The steamer Newport, Plummer com
mand.r, runs b.twesn nan riuoww
and Newport Landing, calling at Santa
Orua. San Baanaveotura, Bneneme, Bon
Pedro, and Anaheim Lauding, for
combustibles, way freight and passen
gers, leaving Han Franolsoo about every
ten days, as tides serve on the Newport
bar.
For Passage ot Freight as above, or
lor tickets to and from
■aatern Cities and Princi
pal European Porta.
Apply to
H.MoLELLAN,
Agent, Office, Nt>. 66$ Main
street, over the Commercial Bank,
Los Angel a. {
8. P. R. R.
COMMENCING •
Sunday, May let, 1881,
i
And on til farther notice, 1
TRAINH
Will leave LOB ANGRLEB aa follows:.
8. Ml A - M.-DAILY-S.F. AtlanUoEx- '
,UU press ft>r Yuma (Colorado River
.[earners), Maricopa (Presoolt), Oaaa
Grande, (Florence), Inoaon, Benson, -
(Tombstone). Doming, N. M. (for A. T.
and 8. F. R. R.) and Rogers (lor ail Paso).
8,/r A. M.-DAILY—Ban Franclaoo
.S9 Through Freight and Third.
oi«w Accommodation train.
9.Qft A. M-—DAILY—Via L. A. A I.
,OU R> B—Local Passenger train
to iMnta Monica.
In>AR & M.-DAILY-Looal poaaenger
IU.OO train to Wilmington.
2 .On p M.—DAlLY—Except Sunday—
■OU Local passenger train to Oolton.
3 .Qfl P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger i
•OU train to Wilmington.
4.|Tn P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passeagar j
,3U train to Anaheim and Santa Ana
(Han Diego.)
s.fin5 .fin P. M-BUS.DAYS EXCEPTED- '.
•OU via L. a. ALR. R. Looai, Pas- I
aeager Train to Santa Monica. (On Son
day this t tain will leave at 1:00 P. M l
5, (f* P. M—DAlLY—Express for San j
.19 Franolaoo, conneollng at Latbrop ;
with tralna ol the Central Paolno Ball- !
road lor the Baal. '
7./ C P M.—DAILY—B. P. Emlgraut
.S3 Train for Yuma. Tucson and
Detains (A. T. 4 S. F. K. It.)
A. N. TOWNS, i
General Superintendent
T. H. OOODMAN 1
General Passenger and Tloket Ag'L
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Bnporlnloodoßi,. Loe Angeles.
BEL- RANCH FOR SALE,
SITUATED EIGHT MILES FROM 1
LOS ANGELES,
With two dwelling houses, barn, oblck- ,
on-houses and honey house: pleats ot
Rood mountain water brought to the -
ooaes In pipes; a large stock of Italian ■
bees, ln the moat Improved atyle ot '
btves, together with all tbe appurte
nances necessary for tbe gee and opera
tion of the bee business. fror further
particulars Inqalie at Main street, or
address P. O. box 008, Los Angelea, Cal
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Capitol Bakery
CON W SO TIONE BY,
SPRING ST., below the PsaUfßce.
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