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VOL. XVI.
Published every morning except Mon
day,
BY
,|OWH:I"H l>. 1-YlNfl. It.
TERMS FOR DAILY HEHAUDi
Per annum, by mall orexprues *W
Blx months " " " «
Threamonths " "
rjerrvered by oarriers, per t<»>, *> «ent»
LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HEHALD
Upubllsbed every Baturdsv morning
TERMH.
One year.by mall oroxpresu.one nnpy-.WW
Blx months. " " " ~J "
Three " •••• ™
Advertisements Inserted at reaeoaanle
rates.
All Kind, ot Job-Warn. dosw So
Compete witb Nn» Frnnslsee <n
prloe,Style, and Kl.trnnee o< »erk<
■iniiiill.
Late Telegrams.
Faaeaaarvs ■ •mi. »»o Imi,
Fresno, Cal., Dec. 25.—The fol
lowing is the list of passengers for
tbe South and East ou Ihe train
which passed this place at 6f.ii.:
F Cleveland, Demit)?; C H Daly,
Deming; J W Blair, Los Angeles;
O M Calburn, Kansas City; H H
Sawyer, Los Angeles; J S Vosburg,
Ban Gabriel; Master Lama Itbodes,
do; H Valley, Marioopa; C D Wil
liams, Wlllcox; John Patham,
Deming; Louis Adams, Los Ange
la-; Mrs J A Hath well, Los An
geles.
r.„,.K,ri or ill. Auco,..
San Francisco, Deo. 26.—The
following pa»s?ogers sailed by tbe
steamer Aneon at 9 A. M : J L
Arsence, 8 Jones, H W Bard, Jno
Harper, Mrs 8 L Thompson, Stra
chau Jones. J L Carson, W Black
man, W H Holliugswortb, wile
and two children, J Henderson.
Tit* vmMeNi'i f*UM«r»i Ksp.nki,
Washington, Dec. 26i—It la un
derstood that wben ibe HouaeCom
mittee, to' audit tbe expenses of
tbe illness and funeral of Garfield,
meets after recess, Marshal Henry
will go before tbe committee and
ask, In the name of Mrs. Qarfleld,
that Dr. Bnynton and Mrs. Susan
Edson be included in the distribu
tion of the awards to the physi
cians, aud tbat Steward Crump and
other attendants shall also receive
proper recognition. Tbis will be
urged on the ground tbat tbey did
muoh to mitigate the President's
sufferings in his last d»ys.
HDllrta'a fjlirielmnw.
Washinoton, Dec. 26 —Guiteau
spent Christmas very quietly. But
few persons are permitted to enter
tbe Jail on Sundays, aud only his
brother and sister are allowed to
visit the prisoner unless by author
ity from Judge Cox or Scoville.
John W. Guiteau, accompanied by
a few acquaintance*, called during
tbe day and bad an interview with
bis brother. Late, in tbe afternoon,
after these visitors had left, Gui
<Mtu partook of a hearty Christmas
dinner. The prisoner iiad pre
pared another statement for publi
cation which be intimates ooutains
Important and interesting revela
tions bearing on bis case. For it
he wants 91,000.
enliena rr|.«f.
New Yobk, Deo. 26th.—Tbe
Tribune Washington special says:
Counsel for the prosecution will to
morrow insist tbat Judge Cox de
cide upon the motion to place Gui
teau in tbe prisouera' dock. A
lawyer, loug skilled in watching
juries, wbo has been present
throughout Guiieau trial, predicts
that the Jury will convict. He says
from bis study nf their faces be
thinks tbat for some time after the
trial began they were nearly equal
ly divided. He now thinks tbey
area unit aud would Had a verdict
of guilty if tbe case should close
to-morrow.
New York, Dee. 26 —Tbe lose
by Are in tbe United States Bond
ed Warehouse uccupled by Moore,
Wood 4 Co is ten mated between
two Bud three million dollars. Tbe
principal losers are W. F. Milton
4 Co., Wetmore, Cryder & Co., F.
Garcia & Bros., Antonia Gonzales,
M. and 8. Solomon, whose loss is
estimated at $300,000, aud Clem
ent, Hendt & Co., whose less la
eald to be $150,000. Firemen bave
been arrested on suspicion of try
ing to break into the safe.
NEW Yobk, Deo. 26—Tbe Sun's
Washington special says: It Is at
ssrted to-day tbat tbe President
had determined before bo went
to New York to nominate
ex-Senator Sargent for Seoretary
of tbe Interior and Wm. K. Chand
ler for Secretary of tbe Navy.
This decision was subjeot to revis
ion after Arthur's arrival In New
York. Tbe President, however,
had little or no doubt that any
thing would happen in New York
to lead bim to change his mind re
specting Sargent's nomination.
He was not so sure, however tbat
he would be given suoh sugges
tions respecting Chandler's nom
ination as would confirm him
In bis determination. A gen
tleman wbo saw tbo President at
tbe White House a few days be
fore be went to New York, and
who has since seen him there, re
turned to Washington this* morn
log feeling very certain tbat these
two Dominations would bs mads
and that Lincoln would remain In
the Cabinet. Sargent's .nomina
tion has been urged by some of the
leading "stalwarts," and that In
spite of the fact tbat tbey re
alise tbat the country will
regard It as a nomination unfit
to be made) but Sargent
Is a man of craft and cunning, and
hla political counsels are highly
prised by the Stalwarts. Grant, It
le said, did desire tbat ex-Senator
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Chaffee should go Into the Cabinet,
and tbe President for some time
bad Chaffee's name under serious
consideration. It was soon learned,
however, tbat the nomination of
Chaffee would not be wholly satis
factory to tbe Stalwarts of tbe
Pacific Slope, while that of Sar
gent would. Besides, it was be
lieved that Chaffee bad too large
landed interests in tbe West to
make it at all proper that be should
accept the nomination or that It
should be offered to him. Some of
the leading men here, however,
regard this reason as of small con
sequence Is view of the fact that
Sargent would be nominated if
Cbaffee was not. Chaffee has
caused It to be understood tbat be
could not aocept any nomination
as bis business requires all bis
time.
Oslrsi. nun Harder.
Ashland, KY , Dec. 26.—Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Gibbons, who re
side near town, went visiting Fri
day uiglit, leaving I heir daughter,
14 years old, Miss Emma Thomas,
17 years, and their son, Bobert
Gibbons, at tbe Gibbons home -
stead. During Friday nlgbt vil
lains came to the bouee, outraged
both girls, saturated their clsthlug
with oil, and killed young Bobert
Gibbons who was attempting to
give tbe alarm. All three of the
dead bodieß bad tbeir heads split
open with a hatchet. No clue has
been found to the murderers. A
thousand dollars reward Is offered
for their capture. Gibbon's house
was burued lo ashes; only tbe
chimney remains standing.
A eestone Due I nn'.
Chattanooga, Deo. 26.—A
shooting affray at Hellenwood
seems to have grown out of a dog
fight. Pistols were used freely.
John Cecil was shot dead Three
West brothers, W. Smith and a
man named Tbompsou were prob
ably fatally injured,
Qukenstown, Deo. 26.—While
the steamer Catalonia, was on ber
way out of Queeustown harbor to
day she ran into the bark Helen
Lee, Captain Barry, from San
Francisco for Qoeenstown. Tbo
Helen Lee nauU and nine of her
crew were drowned, tbe remaining
eixteeD being saved by the Cata
lonia. Tbe latter bad ber bows
stove in.
. 'rou.lMill Bsr.l.s.
Vienna, Dec. 26.—A telegram
from St. Petersburg reports the
whole naval port of Cronstadt on
fire. One-quarter of tbe town is
reported alreedy destroyed. The
loss is enormous. The Are is be
lieved to be the work Nihilists.
Irish Items.
Au Irishman publishes a loiter,
In which he nays that Fenianism
is practically extinct in America
and in Ireland, and nearly so In
Great Britain; that the "no rent"
manifesto bas caused such a run
upon the resources of the Land
League that tbey must soou bo
exhausted* and tbat probably tho
geuetal adoption of the "no ten<"
policy will lead to such exaspera
tion that there will be organized
attacks on the military and polioe,
which attacks oan be effectually
stamped out, and the League witb
them.
The police have seized 300 copies
of United Ireland, dated Decem
ber 24th, lv various parts of tbe
country, having a Dublin imprint.
It is stated tbat tbey were printed
in tbe Abbey-street offloe, where
some of the copies were seized.
The police deny tbis, but refuse to
cay where tbe paper was printed,
ll is believed 20,000 copies were
'circulated before tbe police stopped
the issue.
United Ireland reappeared i v Its
usual form In London to-night. It
contains a cartoon .depicting the
Irish landlords as beggars and tbe
tenants as prosperous men.
William Hunt, olerk Id tbe offloe
of United Ireland, has been ar
rested aud obarged with secretly
conducting tbe paper. Tbe police
have seized 500 additional copies of
the paper.
At Castleton to-day Miss Rey
nolds, charged with aiding and
abetlng a criminal conspiracy to
prevent payments of renin, was
ordered to either find bail to keep
the peace for six months or under
go a month's Imprisonment. Sb
refused to give bail, and went to
Jail.
The Lord Mayot's fund for tbe
defense of property lv Ireland
amounts to £7000. Tbe fund for
tbe relief of Irish ladles in distress
has reached £10 000.
A Valuable Discovery.
What may torn out to be a very
valuable discovery was made on
Wednesday laet, being a vein of
excellent coal. It has been tested
by one of our blacksmiths and, al
though only oropplngs, burned
freely and left no cinder. Should
It prove lo be extensive, the
mine of Itself would Induce
one of the railways to oome
tbis way. Tbey now have to
bring tbeir coal by sea to Han
Francisco, and thence to points
along the Hue. It is impossible to
overestimate tbe value of this find.
Mr. Bequest, we believe, is tbe
lucky discoverer.— Ventura Signal.
M. W. OHILDS,
Hardwere Emporium.
No, 21 Los Angelea Street,
DEALEB IH
STOVES. RANGES, HARDWARE,
Agricultural Implements,
Ferae and Lift Pumps, Rubber Hose,
Crockery and Glassware, iron
and Lead Pipe.
BULB AOBIT FOB IKB HOBMAN BAHOB.
of Tin, Copper and
Sheet Iron ware and Artesian well pipe.
TLUMBINU-U
In all its brauohM done to order with
neatness and dispatch, dsl-lm
LOS ANGELES. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER %7. 1881.
MISCELLANEOUS.
GRAND BALL
BIVEN BY THE
' Turnverein Germania

On New Year's Eve,
Saturday, December 31st, 1881.
tW MtJBIC FDBNIBHED BY
WANGBMAN'S BAND.
A. Fine Supper
Will be served by the wel (.known ca
terer, H. SCHUMACHER, at nor.
No pales have been epared to make
this ball the great festival of the season.
ADMITTANCE, 01.00.
LADIES FREE.
Members of the Turnverein entitled to
free admission. d22td
C. E. BROWN. W. E. MORFORD.
MORFORD & BROWN,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
And dealers Id Mining and Oil
Properties.
Corner Spring aud Temple Streets,
Los Angeles, Cal.,
HAVE FOR HALU
City and Country Residences, Orange
Groves, Vineyards, Grain and
stock Ranehos.
also,
City Business Property.
•yConveyances at the door for the
free use or our patrons lv examining
property. o7
A. E. POMEROY,
Real Estate, Loan &
Insurance Agent,
CORNER OF
Spring and Court Bts. f
Opposite the Court House.
City Residences and Lots,
Farms, Orchards, Vineyards,
and Orange Oroves,
For Sale at Fair Frioes and Easy Terms.
eef-THE TITLE to all property sold
by me to be GOUD, or no sale aud moo ey
refunded.
IISTSTJiRAJSrOIEi
In RESPONSIBLE and PROMPT.PAY
ING COMPANIES.
Capital Invested and
Moacy to Lean
A.T LOWEST HATES.
Give me a call. A. E. POMEROY.
dlotf
Target Shooting
Extraordinary.
Mr. H. BLOTTERBECK announces tho
following prises for a target match, the
date of which will be announced here
after:
1— DOUBLE-BARREL. BREECH-LOAD.
' ING SHOTGUN.
2— SINGLE-BARREL BR EEC 11-LOAD
ING SHOTGUN.
8-SKLF-COCKING PISTOL.
TheVrget will be such that tbe poor
est shot will have a good ohanceto win.
The highest score takes tbe first prise,
tbe next highest tbe second ditto and
the third highest gets the pistol. diiuif
mMM
Horses—Notice to Stock Men.
A VALUABLE, OAKLAND RESI
DENCE., two mlDUtes walk from rail
road depot, situated ou one of the prin
cipal streets, will be exchanged for Cali
fornia or half-bieed mares and colts.
For further particulars address \V. B.
8., Rooms 55 and 66, No. 880 Pine street,
Ban Francisco, Cal. slfWiw-tf
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
The proprietor of CONQRKSS HALL,
in addition to his regular supply or
Eastern Hbell Oysters from San Fran
alsoo Bay, will hrtve regularly on hand
Fre-h. Baltimore Oysters, from the Ease,
until further notice, dIH-lm
County Warrants, etc.
I buy Witness Fee., Jury Fees, City
and Couuty Warrants, Judgments, and
all kinds of claims.
C. WHITE,
Attorney al Law.
ear-Knnm 4D Temple Hloak. nSm-lr
TO LEASG;
Farming Land lo Los Angeles
County, in Quantities to Suit.
TERMS—One-fifth of orop, In sacks, fur
nished by leeeor, and tbe pasture af
ter crop is off.
Will also lease on favorable terms Two
to Five Thousand Aores along line of
railroad in Pu.nte Ran oho for two years
Apply to Superintendent Santa Anita
Baneb, Lo. Annies connty, or address
E. J. BALDWIN, The Baldwin Hotel,
Ben Francisco. 03-lm
NEW ADVEBTIBEMENTB.
Just Received!
Another lot of those Beautiful
BLACK CASHMERES and COL
ORED CASHMERES, in the new
shades, and PLUSHES, at the Pop
ular Store in Baker Block; also, a
large line of Choice Articles for
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Every
lady and gentleman should visit this
store. The celebrated COULTER
SHIRTS are selling more rapidly
than ever. Call and examine them
Respectfully, B. F. COULTER.
December 3,1881. d4tf
IT IS A FACT
That the Largest Muslo House in Southern Cali
fornia andthe Only One Dealing Qlrect with
the Manufacturers Exclusively Is
Day's Music Store
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
PIANOS and ORGANS FOR SALE
ON EASY INSTALLMENTS.
New and Standard Sheet Music, Book anil Musloal Merchandise
of all kind--.
sWAIso, HEADQUABTEBS for Fine Oil PaintiDgs, Cbromos,
Steel Engravings, eto.
10-PIGTUBE FBAME3 TO OBDEB.-©«
Please call. Visitors are always welcome.
CHARLKS E. DAY,
dlslm 66 Sprln St., opposite P. O.
LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY.
C. C. OHEESEBROUQH. PROPRIETOR.
MANUFACTURER OF FINE CIGARS
And dealer in the best brands of Imported and Key West Cigars.
All the Fine Brands of Plug Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, Ciga
rettes, Pipes, Snuff, etc., at the Lowest Possible Prices.
silsT-No Chinamen Employed In My Faotory.
No. a» Spring Street and Post-office Cigar Store.
EXAMINATION OF
TEACHERS.
Notice Is hereby (Wen that an Exam
ination of Teaohern will be held by the
County Board of Education,
IN GOOD TEMPLARS' HALL, LOS
ANGELEB CITY,
Commencing TUESDAY, DECEMBER
20>th, at 9 o'clock a.m., and con
tinuing three days.
All applicants for certificates must be
present at the oommenoement of tbo ex
amination.
By order ol the Board.
* J. W. HINTON,
County Sup't.
Los Angeles, Deo. 8.1881. di&tdd&w
Teutonia Hafl,
NO. sOO MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING
Frohllnger & Mathleson,
PROPRIETORS.
mm- wines, liquors, beer, ale
and CIGARS of the best brands.
•srLUNOHES of all kinds supplied
on short notice. 'eiatf
gPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Christmas Goods,
Just Imported Irom Europe, at
HENDERSON'S NEW BAZAAR
7 COMMERCIAL ST. d2O-lm
J. G. DeTurk,
FEED AND LIVERY STABLES,
Near corner or First and Fort streets.
••"Buggies, spring wagons and saddle
hone, to hire.
Double team and bugny.a day............18.n0
Two horse, and spring wagon, a day. 9.60
Horse and bnggj, per day _ _ 3.60
Hall a day ™. 1.50
••-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
sHtf
vIOIDUir, Arurnau Mala.- eapttw.
Sewall & Stevens,
San Gabriel,
Commission Merchants
AND
General Forwarding,
Reaf Estate,
-AND
Insurance Agents
WAREHOUSE KEEPERS.
■arMONEY ADVANCED ON GRAIN
IN FIELD OR IN WAREHOUSE.
•7-CORRESPONDENTS la Chloago,
Kansas City and Salt Lake.
ORANGES
And other CITBUS FRUITS BOUGHT
or SOLD ON COMMISSION AND
SHIPPED TO ABOVE CITIES BY
THE CAR-LOAD. d2O-lm
W- B. Prichard,
Real Estate Agent,
' JSo. 14 Main St.,
LOS ANCELES
nov2s-lm
..-',jt . ; >" ■■'
PH YpIUX AJN p.
F. T. Bloknell, M. D.
OFFICE—City of Paris Block. Roomß
6 'OFFIC« HOURS-8 to 11 A. «., 2 to 6
p. h.
sHrMay bs found at offloe alter 7 p. m,
d7-8m
W. Cs Cochran, M. D.
OFFICE, MASCAREL BLOCK.
Office Hours,B toll A. m. and 2 to sr. Jf.
Resldenoe, 178 SPRING STREET, be.
tween Fonrlhand Fifth.
At residence after 7 p. sc. »18 3m
Mary E. Hughes, M. D.
Offloe and residence, CORNER FORT
and FRANKLIN STB.
Offlce Hours, 10 to 12 A. it. and 1 to 3 p.m.
n9tf
Dr. 8. MoCurdy*
Physician and Surg-eon
Offloe—Rooms 10 and 22 McDonald
Block. Resldenoe—First house beyond
Park Station, near Agricultural Park,
Santa Monloa Railroad. nstf
Henry B. Lathrop, M. D,,
Successor to K. D. Wise, M. D.
OFFICE, Rooms 2, 3 and 4 CARDONA
BLOCK. Resldenoe, 187 Spring St. ;
Offloe hours from 8 to 10 a. m. ana from
2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
of the Joints, deformities
aud all Burglcal diseases a specialty. 025
J, B. Winston, M. D.,
HEALTH OFFICER,
NO. 7 DOWNEY BLOOK. Office
hours from 8)4 to 11 A. X., and from !
1% to 8)4 p. m. Vaccination gratuitous.
smf . •
Or. C. C. Barton, ]
JPhj alolanand Surgeon
•ay-Female Diseases a specialty.
OFFICE—MASCAREL BLOCK.
Offloe Hours—B to 10 A. JC.: 2t04 P. St.
Residence—9l Baker Block. May be
found at residence after 7 P. M. att-3m
Dr. J. B. Oriffln,
UP-STAIRB CITY OF PARIS BUILD
ING, SPRING. STREET.
Offloe hoars —9 to 11 A. M., Ito 8 and 7to I
8 Sir Resldenoe—EAST SIDE OF MAIN ;
STREET, BELOW FIRST. Jyßtf
Br, Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his offloe to Rooms 28, 27
and 80 Baker Blook.
syuye and ear diseases treated with
tho oare of a specialist. ap22
< j
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON, '
l?liy»loian and Purgeoa
Offloe and Residence, Fort Hill, Bnena
Vista street.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
MASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS.
Resldenoe, Rooms 49 and 50, Bailor
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.: from |
1 to 4 P.M. ap2o-tf
O. K. BHELDOIV, .
DENTIST,
ROOMS M AND 18 DOWNEY BLOCK, '
niotf Los Angeles.
LAWYERS.
Charles H. Larrabee,
counselor aid attorney at law,
San Bernardino, Cal.
Will practice In tbe Supreme and Su
perior Courts, and In connection with
Henry Beard, Esq., of Washington, D.0.,
attend to all business before tne Depart
ments and the Supreme Court. n4-2m
GEORGE S. HUPP. I THOB. H. SMITH-
Smith * Hupp,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL
LOBB AT LAW*.
OFFICES—as, se & do Temple Blook.
Will practloe In all of the State and
Federal Court, in California and will
give prompt and faithful attention to all
business entrusted to them. nltf
R. F. Del Valle,
attorney anb counsellor at
■Law,
Reoms 4 and 18, City of Pari. Block,
06 Loa Angeles, Cal.
Walter D. Stephenson,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE—NO. 8 TEMPLE BLOCK. o2
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN,
A. W. HUTTON. Dlst. Atty.
SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON
Attorneysi at —.aw.
Offloe—ROOMS Nos. 81 and 82, TEM
PLE BLOOK. mar U-tf
J. Brousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOB. SO AND UV, BAKER BLOCK
mhatf
H. M. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Office—ROOMS 76 AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOOK. mhatf
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. I. A. GRAVES.
Graves & Chapman,
Attorneys* Sc. Counsel
lorp at J_a.-w,
► Room No. 8, Baker Blook. tellt
J, G. EASTMAN, A. J. KING,
8. HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS.
Eastman, Haley, King &
' Hobarts.
Attorney- at —aw.
OFFICE—Nos. 8.4,6 and 6. BTRELITZ
BLOCK, Spring street, Los Angelea.
Will practloe in the Supreme and all
State Courts. Particular attention paid
to land and mining cases. 01-Un
S. C. HUBBSELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms: and 4
Duoommnn's Blook. oorner Mam •»
Commercial streets, Lo. » r> -eles. may7-tl
UNESOF TBAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST ,
STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
GOODALtLi. PERKINS dt CO., GEN
ERAL AGENTS.
SAN FRANCISCO,
oiflco of Los Angeles Agency removed to
No. 5 Commercial St.
SCHEDULE FOR DECEMBER
Coming South Oolng North
HI A A\ v
sraAH™ I| || || ||
n 3 i B
Orlsaba.... Soy..so Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec.. 6
Ancon. Dec. 6 " 7 " 8 " 11,
Orizaba.... •' 10 " 12 " 14 " 18
Ancon " 16 " 17 " It '• 21
0r1.aba.... " 20 " 22 " 21 •' ■
Ancon._... " 2i "27 " 2» " 81
Orlsaba... " 3u Jan.. 1 Jan. 3 Jan ..6
Both steamiblps call at Fort Hariord
(S*fnLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara.
The Company reserves the right to
change the steamers or their days of
sailing.
CHANGE OF HOUR.
sjarPassengers ror San Francisco take
the train lor Wilmington that leaves
Loa Angeles at 10:60 o'clock A. M., Los
Angeles time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
THE BTEAMEB3
Orizaba and Anoon.
Leave San Pedro ror San Diego Dec. 2, 7,
12, 17, 22, 27, and Jan. 1.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 8.00 r. v.,
Los Angeles time.
Rates ol Fare from Los Angeles.
_ „ „ Cabin. Steerage.
To San Franolsoo_ Jl6 00 810 00
To Port Harford „„ 12 oo fOO
To Santa Barbara. 8 00 6 00
To Sin Diego 8 00 B 00
Plans of steamers'oablne at agent's offloe,
where berths may be secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Senator leaves Ban
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for Ban
Franolsoo every Friday, calling at way
ports.
The steamer Newport, Plnmmer com
mander, runs between san Franolsoo
and Newport Landing, calling at Santa
Cms, Ban Buenaventura, Hueneme, Ban
Pedro, and Anaheim Landing, for
combustibles, way frelgbt and passen
«ers, leaving Han Franolsoo about every
en days, as tides serve on the Newport
bar,
For Plunge or Freight aa above, or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Apply to
H.MoLELLAN,
Agent, Office, No. 5 Commer- '
cial street, Los 'Angel a.
S. P a R ■ R .
Time (Schedule;
:
i
Saturday, Dec. 3d, 1881,
Trains leave and are due to arrive at 1
LOS ANGELES as follows:
Leave Arrive
For. Destination. From.
8:23 ah Colton 1:45 pm
•2:80 p H Colton "9:40 A v
8:26 AH (Deming) Express.... 4:46 pk
< and 1
6:30 p h ( East ) Emigrant. 4:16 AH
8:26 A H (« P R r e ° e^ ( LT P } * «
6:16 ph (San Fran-) Express 7:55 A H
I oisooor I.
8:45 ah (Saoram'to) Emg'nt 3:10 P H
0:85 A h { 8 » A t n a at.i a m a . n ' , } •«•»»■
4:50 pH {n , n °.tSim l . ,ld } •»»**
4:20 ph Santa Monica 8:16 ah
{9:80 A h Santa Monica 14:00 p m
10:35 ah Wilmington 2:20 p h
2:45 ph Wilmington 9:16 a h
* Sundays excepted,
t Sundays onty.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Ag't.
A. N. TOWNE,
General Superintendent.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent. Los Angeles.
J. S. SHOOBERT. TRUXTUN HEAL
H. W. WOODWARD.
SHOOBERT & BEALE,
WOOL
1 Commission Merchants
i 405 & 407 Montgomery St.,
} SAN FRANCISCO.
ear Liberal advances made on con
signments. JyBo-«mw
NO. 108.
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTSf f
OF LOS ANOEI_M. |
CAPITAL,.. 5200.00
Surplus and Reserve Fund, 9260,000 If
JOHN MIENER. t
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
isaias W. c «_.__», jobs a. 1
O. W. CHiins. c . R. •
PDII. Gaikikb. imii "w V
J o«a Masoakax.
kixohang. fin sal* on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB. f
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, I
and BKRTjjT
Receive Deposits ana Its That' -i
. Certificates.
Boy and M«l
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVKRB. 4
MENT, STATE, COUNTY, WU
AND CITY BONDS.
First National Bank
OF X-OCS ANOBIJKt* ll
Cardial Stock ''BSB H
B. P. SFBJTOB paasnngsa. I
WM. LiOT n-jtgy
. „ „ „ DIRECTORS.
J.E.Holler^k.J.F.Or«rar,H.liAlm—. .1
O. 8. Witherby. -|
STOCKHOLDERS.
J°-fV * i
Wood. Mabury. s.aMott 111
E. F. Bpenee. i
LOS AN6ELES COUNTY MNfcv|
MAIN STREET j
Los Angeles fjg f ||
Capital Stock (paid up), 100,001fj
j. s. slauson nejiiei I'
?. A rijjliiis ;**
h. l. macneil... „ cßESt'm
* ■ 4
I RECTORS.
R. M. Wimtst" *—~»
Buy and mil exohange or> San VtMaua*. I?
Bnyexchangeon all parts ot tne Units* !
States aad Europe. — —— ,|
Receive money on open aoeoont aad as*. Ja
iluo.te of be posit, and do a lI.ISSI J
banking and esobanse IwsinssV
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonlo Hot 100.
* A. sf.—Th. jj
/W\ SramoNDA*! ofsaehjte&M A
' ▼ .:.:" p. m. Members of PtasaC ,
pha, Mo. 302, and all MasterMatSM St 1
good standing are cordially Invited. 3
By order of tbe W:-M:-
Okas. Smith, Secretarr.
Knlghte^ol
OLIVE LODQK, Na. 9S. 1
meets every TEuraaaV ev.aJs.tas
7 o'clock, at Ih, Ca«U. -ffuL
liuwney Blook. All sojoornlaa KnSrai -- 1
lv good standing are cordially InvttSl.
„ „ „ I. A.DDNSMtrbB,a a
O. E. Miles, K. of E g J|
Laj angelss Ohipler Nf. SI, tk- •:•
7W p. v. at lluoalo HJlB! I
»" '.':>
TEMFLAItI
J&&£aV , Cßiir Ds '■--» ititmria H
Molds Its stated oonei.ves at'the Asa. '.
lum lv Masonic Hall, on Ct» iSSt '
THURSDAY of eaoh month. at7K otSaS -i
p. k. Sojourning Knight! Titfnafci IH
good standing are cordially InvUMte sMjf
tond. By order of the |
J. 0. Lrmsiiiui, Recorder, fj
Lot Angels, Council Ng. f|, ftaasdMkJ
Select Rulers, F. * 1
Hold, its .(.led fcsMmblles oa ike CM, -JS
Monday of each, month at MlusdU. Man
ut 7:30 P. H. Bojcnmlng OossrNSMetifM j
ttood standing are friiliiiialljlatllsS s»
attend. By orderoftb»TriU»!ffiVtfr#
K. G. CUNNINGHAM, TtSßtjli A'!
..:;« augues l~jh« s*. ss,i.e>,«k%f
aSjUfeib W ELS?t!nD 4
week at 7S o'clock. SSI
. J . lournln« brethren In |SK
standing are cordlaUy invited.
A.FHA.k.R.B.
EAGLE CORPS, N. 6. C. .;|
Regular meetings at arr*nrv, .BHIH
llali, every rTi<! *p eVenin^«yre^isj|iß
_ Captain ComBWMfIHB
O. A. Ketx.br, First Sergeant. JsSPlj
Conlidencw Engine CoapiMy HfMH
„ REGULAR MManlljH
B nine of eatb asenßSH
Evergreen UsS»J^B
Oalled forendd.llv.re4 toauj|Jw
ortheeUy, Mr
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