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BY ——
.lOMUI'H 13. J^VINCJkL.
TERWS3 FOR DAILY HERALDI
Per annum, by mall or express -tlj
81x months 11 " — 2
Three mouths " " s
Delivered by carriers, per week,....Jß cents
LDS ANUELES WEEKLY HERALD
ispiiblished overy Saturday morning.
TkIBMB.
Une year,by mall orexpress,ouooopy..»Boo
Six months, •' " " " •••} g
Phroe " " " " - 1 "»
Advertisements Inserted at reasonable
rate..
All Kind* ol .lob.Worn; donu to
Compete wltli Nan VrßiieisM lit
Price, Sty 1>!, nnd Klearnaiw ol Wtnrat.
ainn.iifv.
Late Telegrams.
T»« Hoard H foliate.,
San Francisco, Nov. 22.—Tbe
Board of Supervisors last night
laid over for one week the motion
to pass to print the order granting
a franchise to tbe Belt Railroad.
There was a large and interested
attendance at tbe Board.
Tit" Neat House.
Washington, Nov. 22.—Since
the election In New York it bus
been claimed that there were one
hundred and forty-seven straight
Republican members of the next
House, notwithstanding the defeat
ofAetor. A special I Let of members
ac made up nf offloers of tbe House,
and those who are entitled to draw
pay only contains 146 straight Re
publicans, or oue short of a majori
ty over all. They are from tbe dif
ferent States as follows, Califor
nia, 2; Colorado, 1; Connecticut, 6;
Illinois, 12; Indiana, 8; lowa, 9;
Kansas, 8; Kentucky, 1; Louisiana,
1; Maine, 6; Maryland, 1; Mas
sachusetts, iv; Michigan, 9; Min
nesota, 3; Nebraska, 1; New
Hampshire, 3; New Jersey, 4; New
York, 19; North Carolina, 1; Ohio,
16; Oregon, 1; Pennsylvania, 18;
Rhode Island, 2; Tennessee,
3; Vermont, 3; Virginia, IS,
Wisconsin, 6. This is the list of
Republicans, as tbey will be recog
nized at tbe organization of the
House. There are 148 straight Re
publicans, 8 Greeobaukere, 2Read
justers and 1 Independent Repub
l'oau—Smyth, of Brooklyn. It Is
almost certain tbat fire of the
Greenbaokere, tbe two Readfusters
and Smyth will vote with the Re
publicans, whioh will give them
ten majority. The project of at
tempting a coalition between tbe
Democrats and. Greenbackers lo
eaeure organisation seems to have
been abandoned. There are near
ly 34 members of the House in
Washington, and of these, only 20
are Republicans. Of tbe 20 Repub
licans, 8 are candidates for Speaker;
so it is evident that hot much pro
gress has yet been made In the
oanvass. All tbe candidates talk
hopefully, but the truth is, none
oan give any estimate of the num
ber ef votes they will get outside
of tbeir respective States.
Ills unll Trial—To- Dojr'H rvu
esediue,*.
Washington, Nov. 22 — The
prlion van In which Guiteau whs
conveyed to Court this morning
was escorted by six mounted po
licemen, In addition to two officers
who rode upon tbe van. The
courtroom was crowded in every
nook aud corner. John Guiteau
was in tbe courtroom soon after 9
o'olock, and Obtained six subpoe
nas for six additional witnesses.
None of tbe gentlemen publioly in
vited by Guiteau in tbe defense
have responded. It is understood,
however, tbat Soovllle expects to
seoure the . services of Trude, of
Chicago, later in tbe week. Sev
eral medioal experts, summoned
by the defense, are iv attendance
tbis morning, amoug tbem Dr.
Rice, -of Wisconsin, who .has
long knows tbe prisoner,
and who, It Is said, advised
hie commitment to the lusane
Asylum four years ago on the
ground of emotional insanity. Gui
teau. was brought into tbe oourt
room shortly alter 10 o'clook, aud
Soovllle resumed his argument.
He called tbe attention of tbe Jury
to the plea set up by the defenoe —
insanity—and discussed at great
length tbo growth and obanges
of publio opinion upon the subject
of insanity and its treatment by
the Court* when set up as a defenoe
in criminal esses. He olaimed that
the plea of Insanity having been
■et up by the defence the burden of
proof rests with tbe prosecution.
In addressing tbe Court Soovllle
■aid: "Even President Garfield
■aid 'Why did this man. do it? be
must be insane.' Blame must
have believed Guiteau insane "
Col. Corkblll here arose and with
much emphasis said: "If you will
allow me, Mr. Scoville, tbe Presi
dent never said bs thought he was
Insane. He thought bins sane all
the time. Blame never thought
him Insane. He has aald under
oath that be believed blm sane."
Soovllle explained that he spoke
from lnformnation derived from
the newspapers, and would not
take.issue on the statement. He
tben took up the history of tbe
Guiteau family, who were or
Huguenot extraction, and who,
he aald,* retained to the present
day, ■■ a marked characteristic
the sturdy adherence of that raoe
to tbe religious oonviotlons which
caused the expatriation of tbe
Huguenots. He asserted that In
sanity wse hereditary In tbe fam
ily.
The Atteeatni te Kill uane.n.
Washington, Nov. 22.—W1l-
Ham Jones was released tbis morn
ing la $6,000 bail, E, G. Wbeeler
and Sebastian Amen becoming his
sureties.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
•*. M. «,',,«.,Error).
Washington, Nov. 22.—The re
port of tbe Postmaster-General re
views the extravagance in tbe ad
ministration of tbat department
for years past and tbe loose prac
tices Into whioh con t run tors have
been permitted to fall. He ex
presses the opinion that the ex
penses oan be greatly reduced
without Impairing tbe efficiency of
the department, and will use every
effort to expedite tbe mails be
tween the Pacific Coast and the
East.
IV<* ihlas i»*u Hut...
Washington, Nov. 22.—1t is ex
pected that tbe President will move
Into tbe White House on Tuesday
next. He has decided to appoint
F. G. Phillips Private H cretary as
soon as Brown retlreß. Phillips bas
been President Arthur's Private
Secretary a number of years. Tbe
President has appointed Samuel
Frazer, of Ohio, Interpreter of tbe
Legation or the United States lb.
Japan.
Dmloe tt. X iv- Positively,
Augusta, Me., Nov. 22.—Tbe
Kennebec Journal to-morrow will
publish the following: "Ws are
authorized to state that Mr. Blame
will not be a candidate for repre
sentative in Congress, will not be
a candidate for Governor, and will
not be a oandldate for tbe United
States Senate. When Blame re
tires from President Ar Inn's Cab
inet, early in the coming, month,
he will devote himself entirely to
his private affairs. The rumor of
his going as Minister lo England
has no foundation whatever."
Eaifuaurt, of » Nice ftolioiiip.
Boston, Nov. 22.—Fuller, one of
the parties concerned in the recant
swindle of David B. Gooilnow, in
which tbe bark Western Sea fig
ured, yesterday gave testimony
implicating Guodnow in a scheme
to burn tbe vessel and defraud tbe
insurance companies.
■t.ll Hailymit
New York, Nov. 22.—A confer
ence was held yesterday between
representatives of the Pacific Mall
Steamship Company and the Union
Paciflo Railroad, but nothing of
importance was accomplished.
ItFß.tl eras Ac,or.
New York-, Nov. 22.—Johu H.
Vinton, the well known actor and
stagenmnager, who came herefrom
San Francisco, to manage the Pas
sion play, died suddenly yesterday.
Tli« ••■•mat. rr.fari.g.
Buffalo, N. V., Nov. 22.—
Ryan and Hulltvan, I he prize fight
ers, with thslr seconds and friends,
have been hovering between here
and the Suspension Bridge si noe»
Saturday. The fjgbt announced for
January next Is. expected to take
plane here Inside of twenty-four
hours. Tbe police on both sides of
tbe river are on tbe watch.
H»IH>I I' i> '.„»:,»„ „r ll,e Maalenai
Am.iomhi Hiias,
Chicago, Nov.'22.—Tbe Timtt'.i
San Antonio special says: At 10
o'olook on Suuday morning the
rails of the Mexican National Rail
road were joined half way across
the Rio Grande at Laredo, At
about noon the construction train
passed over tbe bridge. During
tbe afternoon there was an excur
sion of Mexican officials to Fort
Molntosh on the Texas side. The
International road, running from
San Antonio to Laredo, Is dosing
the thirty-mile gap at the rate of
one and a half miles daily.
Good Bargains in
City Property.
Morgan A Edwards announce that
they are propared to offer SEVENTY
OITY LOTS, fronting on Fifth, Ogler and
Main streets. Frloes ranging from 1100
to f1204 each. Enquire at our offlce,
N«. SS SPRING STREET.
nM-lm MORGAN 4 EDWARDS.
NEW YORK BREWERY
LAUTH & STECKER
(Successors to Chris. Henne) Proprietors
Tbe CLEAREST. PUREST and MOST
BRILIJ ANT LAGER BEER South of
San Franolsoo..
Orders ;or DRAUGHT or BOTTLES
BhiER promptly attended to.
The oelebrated Beer from this Brewery
denes competition in tha State. mrS-tf
MERCED THEATER.
FOR RENT, by tbe day, week or
month. Suitable for balls or theatrical
performances. Best hall In town. Rent
reasonable. Enquire of MRS M. AB
BOTT, at the same building, next door
to Pico House. nJS-im
VINE AND FRUIT GROWERS.
To Raise Large Crops' you
must irrigate.
To Irrigate successfully, yon must bar. the
power that does not give out when
the wfnd falls.
Leafkotter 4 Churchman Bros. Horse-?.war's
[Vumao lamun 13th. 1872.1
Sever falls to supply more water than fool
or fire windmills, even auppoalng you have
all the wind you want. It Is also suitable fot
running light machinery, such as Barley
Crackers, Corn Shelters, Fanning atllls, Oram
Separators, or for Sawing Wood. They are
never falling, cannot get ont of order, easily
worked, substantial, and always give satis,
faction wherever they have been uaed. On;
horse can easily work two 6-tnoh pumps wit j
a continuous flow of water. Force Pump-,,
from jUXXI to 10,000 gallons per l our.
WIXDMILLS of all kinds manufactured to
order Wells Bored, windmills and Horse.
Sowers set In any part of the State, and re>
pairing of all kinds done. Manufactures seat
tor sate by
LAUFKOTTKIt BKOB.,
Oar 10th and Sacramento Ms.,
Horses—Notice to Stock Men.
'r,^w y^I '. UABL . ,ll OAKLAND RESI
DENCE, two minutes walk from S**
road depot, situated on one of thepnvirj
olpal streets, will be exehangedfor 0a...
foralaorhalf-bieed mares and colts.
For further particular, address W. B.
2: , . K £l™l,?J! •*> Fin. street,
San Franolsoo, del. sIS-Xaw-tf
.. ~.. • ... > -
LOS ANGELES. WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 23. 1881
MISCELLANEOUS.
rRE.CHIIIKD OT » PHYSICIANS.
LA^PVE
Prepared tropical
frntw andplanta.
A Delicious
and Re
freshing Fruit
Lozenge,
Whioh Serves
the Purpose
of Fills and
Disagree
able Purgative
Medicines.
TROPIC-FRUIT LAXA
TIVE is the best preparation in the
world for Constipation, Biliousness,
Headache, Piles and all kindred Com
plaints. It acts gently, effectively, and
is delfcious to take. Cleansing tho sys
tem thoroughly, it imparts vigor to
mind and body, nnd dispels Melancholy,
Hypochondria, etc. One trial convinces.
Packed in bronzed tin boxes only.
Price 25 ant SO Cts. Soldby alt Druggists.
1881.
HARPER'S MAGAZINi
ILLUSTRATED.
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from tke educational point of view—seek,
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er, will be oi tbe most .srviCd to tbo larg
est number—l long ago oensluded tbat, li 1
oould have but one work tor . public library,
1 would select a complete set or "Harder'
Montnly."—uharlea rrancla Adams, Jr.
Its contents are contributed by tbe most
eminent .utbors and artists oC tturoiw an<
America, wbile tbe long experience ot in
publishers has made them thoroughly con
versant with lbe desires of tho public
which tbey will spare no effort to gratify.
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Any TWO Above named
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United otmtw or Canada.
Tbo volumes of tbe "Magaziun" been
with the Numbers for Juoe and Lfecdui.bc<!
of each year. When 00 time U spectneii, ii
will be undersrooi that tho BUbrJcft-lwm
wishes to begin with the ourrent Nnmbor.
A Complete Sot of •* Harper's Magazine/
comprising 61 Volumes, iv neat cloth bind*
log, wiJl be Bent by express, freight at ox
pease of purchaser, on receipt
volume. Single volumei, by mail, poetpaid
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mail, postpaid.
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f m\f Newspaper* are not to copy tt lsad.
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gating; one boy to drive horses und
make himself useful about a ranch; one
woman for general house work in small
family; two girls for light housework.
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Obambermold, German or Spanish.
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Chambermaid In a lodging house.
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street, Tucson, Arizona. au7tr
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OF THE
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>1 oiitlny- 1.
%V Parents will find It advantageous to
send their eblldren promptly at the
opening of the school term, as thereby
all delay In classification will be avoid
ed. jy2o 1m
Marster's Self-Regulating
FEEDER
. 90H THUBBHING MACHINES,
Is the only Feeder manufactured that feeds
without moving all the straw In a body, con.
eaquaatly giving a more regular f«ed than it la
possible to obtain with a draper feeder; it
reads the whole length of the cylinder; it is
easily changed to teed feat or alow as deiired;
saves the labor of two men and does not re
gain an experienced tableman to fe*i it.
the separator needs no alteration with the
eaeepoon of the removal or feed board to ae
carett la position, and does not have to b.
taken off when moving, it requires but lit.
tie power to run it, and has no complicated
parts to get out of order. Itesuoeaas
Laving been fully demonstrated, I cordially
Invito all partlea interested to oall and tads,
of itamerfts. for full particular.addrau
MABgTns),
stotktoa.oai.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
' DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS!
DILLON & KENEALY'S
ANNOUNCEMENT.
WE HAVE RECEIVED FOR THE
FALL and WINTER
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
AND
FANCY GOODS
EVER BROUGHT TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
All these goods have been directly
IMPORTED from EUROPE and the EASTERN MARKETS
BY OURSELVES.
Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, etc., from
RICHARDSON & SONS, of Belfast, Ireland.
CURTAIN LACES, Etc., Direct from
Nottingham, England.
MARSEILLES QUILTS, Etc., from
Manchester, England.
SILKS. SURAHS, SATINS, BROCADES, RHADAMAS, VELVETS
AND PLUSHES IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES.
All-Wool OMBRE PLAIDS and WATERED SILKS,
BLACK and ECRU SPANISH LACE SCARFS, FICHUS, ETC.
Ladies Cloths, Cloaks,
Ulsters, Dolmans, Etc..
IN THE LATEST STYLES.
Fancy Goods, Cotton and Woolen Hosiery
AND
Men's Furnishing Goods
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Sole AGENTS for the Celebrated "FOSTER" KID GLOVES.
Dillon &Kenealy
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oct 80
PHOSPHATE SOAP
HE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST
THE BBST soap tor toilet use ever man
uiaottirud. BUST because it contains all
tbu excellenoies of the most expensive for
eign or Amerioan soaps without their de
foots. BUST because it combines strength
with delicacy in such a way that its strong
detersive qnalitiea do not injure tae skin.
ULST because it is the result of years ol
Btudy and experiment in the Boap man
ufacturing business, aasuteu by modern
chemical discoveries. LifcyT because il
contains ingredients beneficial to the skin,
whioh unite chemically with the soap in
such a manner as to increase its saponace
ous qualities. Every chemist familiar with
soap manufacture knows that some ingredi
ents which are in themselves beneficial to
he skin cannot be saponified; some are par
ially neutralized, while others injure the
of the soap. There are soaps
In the market whioh are to
some extent beneficial to the skin, but they
are inferior articles for toilet use. PHOS
PHATE SOAP is the ONLY article offered
to the public whioh combines all tho best
elements o{ toilet soap with medical in
gredients beneficial to the skin.
11 your wife is iv' the habit of using cos
metics of any kind, advise hor to give up
the pernicious practioe, as the most harm
less face powders obstruct the pores of the
skin and sooner or later injuro the com
plexion, while PHOSPHATE SOAP re
moves all impurities and ag-rists nature in
developing a natural, healthy and beautiful
Up
It is an old proverb that an ounce of pre
ventive is better than a pound of cure.
Twenty-five oeuts invested in a cake of
PHOhPHATE SOAP will save hundreds
of dollars in doctors' bills. It acts as a
constant disinfectant, preventing Sal.
ft htm m and other skin diseases.
If your wite will persist in tne use of cos*
tactics buy her a cake of PHOSPHATE
SOAP and tall her to use it every night
before retiring, lv that way much of the
barm will be avoided, as the skin will
thereby be able to retain much of its
natural vigor aud beauty.
No salvo or ointment oan heal a wound
or sore of any kind. Every educated
physician will tell you tbat nature alone
oan do this. PHOSPHATE SOAP, by its
cleansing, soothing and purifying qualities
gives nature a ohanoe to act freely.
Ladies who have injured the skin by the
constant use of cosmetics may do much to
restore their faces to that beauty whioh
nature alone can give by constantly using
PHOSPHATE SOAP.
For all diseases of tho skin ose I'liOH
PHATB BOAP. There is nothing like i
(or removing imparities and giving the skin
a healthy and natural vigor.
If yon wish to make your hands soft boy
a cake of PHOSPHATE SoAP, and when
that is gone yon will bay a doaon and re*
omnmend your friends to do the same.
Manufactured by the
Marti Soap Company.
204 Saoramentostreet, B.F.
ft) fAAIs ?.IS7.'..'i o »r h>w 1, <£ JSb
OIZUUHaS^i
WK*3Bth-»
Popular Monthly, Drawing of th*
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE,
On Wednesday jSov. 30,14181.
These drawings, oeour monthly (Sun
days excepted), onder provisions of an
Aot of the Gener.u Assembly of Ken
tucky.
The United States Olrcult Court on
March 81st, rendered the following deci
sions.
Ist—That the Commonwealth Dlalrl
butlou Company Is legal.
3d—lts drawings are fair.
Tbe Company has now on hand
a large reserve fund. Read the list ol
prises for the
NOVEMBER DRAWING.
1 Prise ..880.000
1 Prise 10,000
1 Pri5e................. ,«,,„. ~ 8,000
10 Prises, 81000 eaoh. 10.000
W Prises, 8800 eaoh. 10,000
100 Prises, 8100 eaoh 10,000
200 Prizes, 850 eaoh „_ 10,000
800 Prizes, $J0 each _ 12,000
1000 Prizes. $10 eaoh ._ 10,000
8 Prizes, 8300 each, Approxlina
tlon prizes...../.... 8,700
8 Prizes, 8300 eaoh, Approxima
tion prises 1,800
8 Prises, 8100 eaoh, Approxima
tion prises. 800
1960 Prises. .8112,400
Whole Tlekets, 83. Half Tickets, (1.
27 Tickets, 860. U Tickets, 8100.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter
or send by Express, Don't send by reg
istered letter or Postoffloe order. Orders
of 85 and upward, by Express, oan be
sent at our expense. Address all order
'" R. M. BOARDMAN.
Courier-Journal building, Louisville,Ky.
or it. M. BOARDMAN, SOB Broadway.
New York. nH4v
D. K. HOUGHTELIN,
Suooessorto I. H. Onstott,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANT;
Wholesale Dealer in all kinds or Fish,
Game, Poultry and Country Produce
and Lubrloatlng and Illuminating Oils.
•STOASH PAID for all kinds of Produce.
NO. 7» SPRING STREET,
Corner of First, Los Angeles, Cal.
P. O. Box 1881.
mwA.ll orders must be accompanied by
oasn or ordered C. O. D. n2-Bm*d&w
A. J.
UNDERTAKER.
NO. 10 COMMERCIAL ST.
SSr-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED la
Meats anS prices. aaVlsn
PHYSICIANS.
W. C- Cochran M. D.
OFFICE, MASOAREL BLOCK.
Office Hoars, 8 to 11 A. M. and 2 to 6 P. If.
Resldenoe, 17S SPRING STREET, be
tween Fourth and Fifth.
At resldenoe after 7 P. M. slB 8m
Mary E. Hughes, M. D.
Offloe and residence, CORNER FORT
anil Kit an KMN HIS.
Offloe Hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 1 to;: p.m.
nBtf
Or. 8. MoCurdy,
Physloian and Surgeon
Offloe—Rooms 10 and 22 McDonald
Block. Residence—First bouse beyond
Park Station, near Agricultural Park,
Santa Monica Railroad. - nSlf
Henry B. Lathrop, M. D„,
Successor to K. D. Wise, M. D.
OFFICE. Rooms 2, S and 4 CARDONA
BLOCK. Residence, 187 Spring Ut.
office hours from 8 to 10 a. m. and from
2 to 5 and 7 to 8 P. K.
•T'Dlseases o" tbe Joints, deformities
and all surgical diseases a specialty. 025
J. B. Winston, M. D.,
HEALTH OFFICER,.
NO. SO DOWNEY BLOCK. Office
hours from 8M to 11 A. M.. and from
1 y, to 3» p. m. Vucolnatlon gratuitous.
l29tf
Dr. C. C. Barton,
T»lij Miolau and Surgeon
•rFemale Diseases a specialty.
OFFICE—MASCAREL BLOCK.
Offlce Hours—B to 10 A. if. ; 2t04 P. at.
Residence—9l Baker Blook. May be
found at resldenoe after 7 P. at. ao-8m
Dr. 3. S. Griffin,
UP-STAIRS CITY OF PARIS BUILD
ING, SPRING STREET.
Offloe hours-* to 11 a. v., 1 to 8 and 7 to
8 eSf-kesldence—EAST SIDE OF MAIN
STREET, BELOW FIRST. J.v6tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his offlce to Rooms 28, 2T
and 30 Baker Block.
ssrEye and ear diseases treated with
the care of a ipectallßt. ap22
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
Physician and Hurgeoa
Offloe and Residence, Fort Hill, Bueua
Vltta street,
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
MASOAREL BUILDING, TJP STAIRS.
Resldenoe, Rooms 49 and 50, Baker
ik.
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from
1 to 4 P. M. apad-tf
O. M. SHELDOTAT,
DENTIST,
ROOMS 1« AND IS DOWNEY BLOCK,
nioif Los Angeles,
LAWYERS.
Charles H. Larrabee,
oodhbeloa and attorney at law,
San Bernardino, Cal.
Will practice In tbe Supreme and Su
perior Oourts, and In connection with
Henry Beard, Esq., of Washington, D.0..
attend to all business betore tue Depart
ments and the Supreme Court. n4-2m
GEORGE 8. HUPP. I THOS. H. SMITH.
Smith & Hupp,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL
LORS AT LAW,
OFFICES—SS, 39 ft 40 Temple Block.
Will practice in all of the State and
Federal Courts in California and will
give prompt and faithful attention to all
business entrusted to them. nltf
R. F. Del Valle,
Attorney and Counsellor at
• t i Law,
Reoms 4 and 13, City of Paris Blook,
06 Los Angeles, Cal.
Walter D. Stephenson,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
OFFICS-NO. S TEMPLE BLOCK. o2
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B, BROWN.
A. W. HUTTON. Dlat. Attjf.
SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON
Attorneyß at I.n"w.
Offloe —ROOMS Nos. 91 and 89, TEM
PLE BLOCK. mar n-tf
J. Broussean,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. Se AND 87. BAKER BLOCK.
mhBtf
H. H. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Offloe —ROOMS 70 AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOCK. mhatf
JNO. 8. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
GtraYes & Chapman,
Attorneys 4B Connsol
lore at Law,
Room No. (, Baker Blook. fellt
J. G. EASTMAN, A. J. KING,
a HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS.
Eastman, Haley, King &
Bobarts.
Attorneys at Law.
OFFICE—Nos.B,4,Sand 8. STRELITZ
BLOCK, Spring street, Loa Angelea.
Will praotte* In th* supreme and all
State Conns. Particular attention paid
to land and mining eases. 01-lm
8. C. HUBBELL.
A TTORNEY AC LAW, Boose. : aud 4
M Dncommon'a Block, corner Maun A
Commercial streets, Loe * " -eles. mayT-tt
fJJJJHa—SJJ?JH"I=—Ha-===HHSt
880,090 TO LOAN
UOn Srat-olass real aetata eeourltyatS
>r eeat. set, in sans of tta.sos or ever I
nqalre al too Snntxi) offloe. oouMaa
LINES OF TRAVEL..
PACIFIC COAST
. BTEAMBHIP COMPANY.
' GOODALit, PBRKINS * 00., OSN
ERAL AUKNTS.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Ban Francisco and Loa
Angeles.
SCHEDULE FOR NOVEMBER
Coming Month Oolng North
■IS Is a" if
STOAaf kBS &<* g-S ?• aS
H -l 3 B
Orlsaba... Oct. 80 Nov.. 1 Nov. 8 Nov.. 6
Ancon..... Nov. 6 " 7 " 8 " 11
Orlsaba... •' 10 " 13 " v " id
Ancon. " 16 - 17 " 19 '• 21
Orlsaba.... " so " 22 " 21 - 28
Ancon..... ft " H " 2'J Dec. 1
Orlsaba... " Si Dec. 2 Dec. 4 " 8
Anc0n...... Dec. 6 " 7 9 " 11
Both steamships oall at Port uuriotd
(SanL,ulsOblspo)and Santa It&rbura.
The Company reserves the right to
change the steamers or their days or
salting.
CHANGE OF HOUR.
•ar-Passengers for Ban Francisco i*ke
the train for Wilmington that leaves
Los Angeles at 10:80 o'clock A.M., Loa
Angeles time.
Loo Angeles and San Diego
rat STBAMEHH
Orizaba and Anoon.
Leave Ban t euro tor Man Diego Nov. 1,7.
12, 17, 22, 27, Deo. 2 and 7.
Passengers take the train that leaves Loe
Angeles for Wilmington at 8.00 p. m.,
Los Angeles time.
Rates of Fare 'from Los Angeles.
m „ ~ Cabin, Steerage.
To Son FruncuMo... 115 00 810 00
To Port Harford .12 00 iw
To Santa Barbara. 8 00 8 00
To San Diego g 00 goo
Flans of steamers'oablas at agent'sofflce,
where berths may bo secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Senator leaves san
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Franolsoo every Friday, calling at way
ports. *
The steamer Newport, Plnmmer oom
mander, runs between Ban Franolsoo
and Newport Landing, calling at Santa
Oral, San Buenaventura, Hnennne, Ban
Pedro, and ' Anaheim Landing, fer
combustibles, way freight and passen
gers, leaving Han Franclaoo about every
ten days, as tides serve .on the Newport
For Passage or Freight as above, or
for tickets to and from
■astern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Apply to
H.MoLELLAN,
Agent, Offloe, Nt>. 66* Main
street, over the Commercial Bank,
Lob Ansel a.
8. P. R. R.
Time Schedule.
Monday, Not. 7th, 1881,
Trains leave anil are due to arrive at
LOS ANGELES as follows:
Leave Arrive
For. Destination. From.
8:25 am Colton 4:45 pm
•2:80 p m .Colton <D:10 A v
8:25 am (Doming) Express.... 4:15 pm
J and {
( Kast ) Emigrant. 4:15 am
8:25 AM { ElP »r 4:45 pm
5:16 P m j San Fran-) Expresc 7:55 A m
„ . J claooor }
8:45 am (Sacram'to) Emg'nt 8:10 pm
4:50 pm {Santa Ana and) -.— -..
t Anaheim, j »-iOKm
*:Wpm Santa Monica 8:15 am
£9:80 a M Santa Monica t«:00 p M
10:85 a M Wilmington 8:20 r M
2:«pm Wilmington 9:15 am
* Sundays excepted.
J Sundays on y.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Tloket Ag'L
A. N. TOWNS,
General Superintendent.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles.
J. a SHOOBERT. TRCXTDN BEAT,
H. W. WOODWARD.
SHOOBERT & BEALE,
WOOL
Commission Merchants
405 4 407 Montgomery St.,
SAN FRANCISCO.
aw Liberal advauoes made on con
signment.. JylO-Smw
NO. 8L
BANKINO HOUSES. .MM
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BANK M
OF LOS A.NGHrSrSIM. j9
CAPITAL, SBOO.OO 9
Surplus and Reserve Fund, $880,000 -'-9
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JOHN MILNMt,.Zr.^^
B ARD OF DIBBOTOM. ''ifl
Jo.« MAaoAntaT™"**
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«N. FP.ANKFORT, PARIS, 9
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Receive Deposits ana lv Theft 111
Certificates. 19
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i-KOAL TENDERS, GO VERS * j9
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
First National Bank j9
OF JLOS AJVOEJLBeit
Capital Stock... IIOOJOB
Surplus ....ZZ h|mo I
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, „ „ DIRECTORS. <^aflai
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O. S. Wlth-rby, K. F. Speiwe. J
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Wilcox, Dr. R.m\KolWld, MM
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Woods Mabury, 8. H.'Mott.' 3ggfJ
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LOb ANSELEBCOUNTY BANK. 9
MAINBTKJCBT
Los Angeles :J^|
Capital Stock (paid up), 100.000 9
J. S. BLATJSQN Preside*! I
BIRKCTORB.
J. a. aijfoaoß, A. W. Bowma* "%m\\\A
» M. Wanner. MMv
Buy and sou exchange on San frsaelsen 'M
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pha, Mo. 30!, and all Muter M*lo?> laX
~e.,a standing are oorliajTy InvtCdT .' MMt
By order ot tbo Wl-Ml- "JWI
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Id good standing are MM
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lum m Masonic aiall, on the Third mB
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r. m. Sojourning Knight* Temolar l£
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tend. By order of the ** }Mm
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Monday of eaoh month al MaSite HfclL Mm}
good standing are v MM
attend. By order ortSe rSl'.
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O. A. KkTi,nn, First Sergeant, Jen Vat -^^^H
Confieencs Engine Coapsny Ns. Z. i
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