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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 October 1874

VOLUME 111. t* Published eve,y morning except Moudav by THE LOS ANGELES CltV AND COITNTY* PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. C»FFICE-lleral<l Stcnm Book and Job I riiittux- lloikc, Spring street, opposite tho '.'ourt House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express 110 Six months '• « JJ Three months '• •< s Delivered by cuniers, per week,....".....25 cents THE WEEKLY^ HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS. Oneyear.by mall orexprCßs,sltiglecopv..A3 00 Nix months, " " •• .. i S2 Three " •• .. - [ Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates All Kinds of Job-Work done to Com nete with Nan FrnnclHc-o Iv l>riee. Style, and F.leganeeui Workinauwhip. The Identical is making a stir in the cigar trado of Los Angeles. Read their advertisement to-day, and put that in your pipe and smoke it. If you want anything in the gents' furnishing goods line—good goods nt low prices—go to the "Identical," 38 Main street, Perry & Riley Block. Everybody Is wondering why the Bazaar Is sellingthe...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 October 1874

$0* grttgtto gkrattt CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY. OCT. 30, M 74* Man never Is but always to be blessed. We are never satisfied. The rain has come too soon und we are not happy. When it does not come at all we are miserable. We have received the Bohemian, a neat quarto weekly, published in San Francisco by our old friend Daniel O'Connell. Dan is an experienced journalist, writes good poetry, and is a good fellow. The Bohemian is tilled with caustic paragraphs, witty sayings and wise saws. .> *Aa xaM The Indianapolis Journal, Senator Morton's organ, explains the recent Republican defeat on the ground that "the Administration of President Grant has not given entire satisfac tion." This Is putting it mildly, and In accordance with .the sentiment "deal gently with tho erring." This week's Herald contains a very interesting article from the pen of Col. J. J. Warnbk on the cultiva tion of the orange. There are many hundreds of people in this valley who have just commenced the...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 October 1874

aCoji Janeiro Wtraftl CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY OCT. 80, 1574. TERMS OF_ADVERTI3ING. WNE DOLLAR per />q wwc of tea lines, Urst rtion,ftlMl twk.ntv-fivk cents per .Square loreiicli subsequent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. || Over 930,000. in pools have been «old Bins far in the races. One hundred passengers from San rrancisco arrived yesterday morning hi the Venttua. There are telegrams at the Telegraph )ffloe for Frank Hickle, Jno. Huncke, Mart Maloney and S. C. Flanders. The Orizaba, sailing for San Fran cisbo und Santa Barbara only, will leave Wednesday, November 4th. The Ventura will sail for San Fran cisco to-morrow. Passengers will leave on the "»:45 p. m. train. There was not a quorum present at the Council yesterday, and the time of meeting wa* postponed until 2 Y. m. to-day. Tho prisoners under indictment were brought into Court yesterday morning to plead and their case were set for trial. Mrs. Albeit Packard, of Santa Bar bara, mother of Mr. Packard local re p...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 October 1874

&or. Jrttjjrttl jHeraM. - i " CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. FRIDAY....- .OCT. 30, 1871. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. irssMUss of Lady Dilke. New York, October 26th.—The London limes' Berlin correspondent writes that the body of Lady Dilke was burned on the loth Instant at Dresden, strangers being permitted to be present. The coffin was placed In the chamber of tbe furnace, and six minutes later It burst; five minutes more and tbe flesh began to melt •way; ten minutes more and the skel eton was laid bare; another ten min utes and the bones began to crumble, and in seventy-five minutes after the introduction of the coffin what re mained of Lady Dilke and the eoffiiu was six pounds of dust, which was placed in an urn. T&e l onltltns Misrule Sir.njreSftnet lv a Free touotry Ts* Military Hantlus; Dosu Leading I'ltlaens. Monroe (La.), October 27th.—N. J. Scott, Parish Judge, and S. W. Ram sey, Recorder of Claiborne Parish, Dr. Richardson, Mayor of Homer, James Huris, of Mavfield, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 October 1874

VOLUME 111. Is Published eveiy nionitng except Monday THE LOS ANOELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTINU AND PUBLISHING CO. OFFICE—Herald Steam nook and Sab I*rititing- House. Spring street, oppoatte the i ourt HejMSi TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express glO Six months •• •• tj Tbree months •• '• • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. TERMS tincyear.by mall orexpre-s. -.Ingle copy ...S3 00 six months, •' •' " " ... 175 Three " " » << ~ 100 Advertisements inserted at reasonable nites All ii lu.ls or Job-Work done to Com pete with Nnn Fraurlaco In Price, Style, and Elegance of Workmanship. The Identical is makintr astir in the cigar trado of Los Angeles. Read their advertisement to-day, and put that in your pipe and smoke it. If you want anything in the gents' furnishing goods line—good goods at low prices—go to the "Identical," .18 Main street, Perry & Riley Block. Everybody is wondering why the Bazaar is selling their goo...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 October 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY OCT. 31, 1574. Dcrino an Informal talk with mem bers of his Cabinet recently, President Grant named that the discussion on tbe third term question had been brought about by a few newspapers. One word from one man Mould settle the issue, but he seems studiously to avoid saying that word. From Dr. Lucky, Superintendent of our city schools, we learn that but three deaths have occurred during the past three months out of a total aver age attendance of 900 pupils. This does not show that fearful mortality which our eveningcotemporary seems so anxious to establish. Among the 400 pupils that attend school on the hill, there has been but one case, and that very light, of scarletina during the past three months. During the past mouth of " dreadful sickness " among children, the attendance at the schools has fallen off just nine; no more nor less. Our Orange Products. Yesterday rhe Herald published a communication from Mr. Thos. A. Garey embodying a le...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 October 1874

Cor. srf,i' i CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY OCT. 31, IST). TERMS OF ADVERTISING. <)N F. DOLLAR per Mquare of ten lines, first i nsertion, nnU twkntv-kivi. cents per Square" ■or each subsequent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. The best races of the week come off this afternoon at the race track. The Real Estato Associates meet this morning at 10 o'clock. Look out for petty thieves. They always follow iv the wake of circuses. San Diego has a very large delega tion at our annual fair. Our policemen rep >rt that there have been less than the usual number of arrests for drunkenness this week. The Ventura will sail for Sau Fran cisco to-morrow. Passengers will take the 3:45 v, M. train. All the young folks should attend the matinee at the theatre this after noon. The bill at the theatre to-nighl is immense. It is the final appearance of Miss Florence Kent. the house be crowded. It was announced at the pool-selling last night that Glosteiyme of the most valuable racing horses i...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 31 October 1874

—HHijisjtiS^^ CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY .OCT. 31, 187 L Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. Capture of I mi i»n< Washington, October 30tb.— The following dispatch was received at headquarters to-day: "Wachita Agen cy, Indian Territory — The Indian war in this section is rapidly collapse lng. General Davidson, reports, through scouts this evening, that Major Scofleld with his column has captured on Elk Creek, sixty-nine Nocone warriors and two thousand ponies. This party is of the worst character, aud is accompanied by families. I met Captain Carpenter with his column to-day, in pursuit of a large party of Kiowas, trying to get to Fort Sill to surrender before he can overtake them. He had then been in pursuit two days. Tbe party is thought to be Lone Wolfs." Vessel Lost. NEW YOBK, October 29th„~-The bark Abbey Bacon, from Malaga, ar rived at this port yesterday, having on board Captain Levy, his wife and child, and a crew comprising seven men of the schooner Dauntless,which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 November 1874

VOLUME 111. is Published eve.y morning eacept Monday by THE LOS ANOELES CITY AND COUNTY PHINTINti AND PDBLISHINU CO OFFICE He, .Oil SI cam nook ami .lob Hrlntlna; House. >4pi lrt X street, opposite the I'onrt House. VERMS: l'»r annum, by mall or express Jin Six months '• •• 0 Three months *• •' • :i Delivered h> earners, i«r week i.-eiits THE WEEKLY HERALD l« pulillshed every Saturday mornltig. Ik rms. Oneyear.liy i.tall of et pres'-, single FOnr .st w Six mouUi*. •• •• '■ ... 17a Thre* •• •• •• •• ... 1 po insulted at reasonable talcs All It Inrts or Joh-Work ftone to Cora «el*> with Nan FranrlacO In Price, Urge, and F.lcgauce ol Workßiaair.hl|t. The liieutical is making astir in the tigar trade of Los Angeles. Read their advertis3ment to-day, nnd put that in your pipe and smoke it. If you want anything in the gnats' furnishing goods line—good goods at low prices—go to tlie " Identical," 38 Main street, Perry & Riley Block. Everybody .la wondering why the Bazaar Is sel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 November 1874

£0$ Jrttgettji herald. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY NOV. 1, 1874. The Sctro campaign in Nevada has proved as great a failure as Sutro's celebrated tunnel. The elections on Tuesday next will decide the political complexion of the House of Representatives. The opin ion of old politicians is that the Democrats will have a majority in that body. The Express thinks it would not be a food plan to elect a Mayor who has "set notions on every subject." Our cotemporary cxproscs its policy in this expression. It prefers a candi date who has no notion on any subject except such as he receives from the gas and water companies. The people differ with the Express on this point. They do want a man with " set no tions"—notions so fixed that the ring can neither wield nor control him. Oub little evening cotemporary has taken a new tack. The school report hat exploded ltt story about the rav ages of the scaiietina, and it now as serts that the flue weather and the " hygiene of our climate" r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 November 1874

|tncjelcs .itcrald. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY NOV. 1, 1574. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ONE DOLLAR persqmiie of ten 1111 r-s, first insertion, and twknty-ki vi. cents parS<|Unrc lor each subsequent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Uncle Tom's Cabin at the Theatre to-night. The Ventura will sail for San Fran cisco to-day. The sports are sad. Vaughan's de feat has sadly lightened their purse. Donahue Is quite a Jockey, but he out-jockeyed himself yesterday. Little Mack and his minstrel com pany are in the cilv, registered at the Lafayette Hotel. The Orizaba will sail for San Fran* ciscoand Snutaßarbara oh Wednes day. The decision iv the Lanfianco will ease has been confirmed by the Pro hate Court. Two women in scarlet created quite a sensation yesterday by driving four in-hand. One of the soiled doves, name iraknown, tried to commit sui cide on Friday night. The regular services will be held in the M. E. Church, Fort street to-day at 11 A. M and 7 P. M.,lsev J. M. Camp bell offic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 1 November 1874

CITT AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SUNDAY NOV. 1, 187 L Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. ri&ftO* A Teller Captured. Boston, October 30th. —Ueorgo H. Slnglebury, Assistant receiving Teller of the National B .ink of Redemption, In this city, has been arrested.charged with embezzeling $31,000 of the bank funds in the last two years, He has returned $20,000. Tbe KiOSriaiaua Trouble- New Iberia, La., October 31st- The Deputy Marshal arrested to-day at St. Martin Parish, eight persons. At the examination one was dis charged, two held under bonds of $6, --000 each, and the others in $1,000 each. Two men were arrested in Iberia Parish to-day. A number of rich planters offers to make affidavit that Commissioner Ridell refused to accept them as bondsmen for the arrested men. New Orleans, October 30—Five persons were reported to Marshal Packard, to-day, as having been ar ested in Camp Merrill, October 22d, for complicity in tho Cotishatta affair. DaAT Sella onl aud Bealg-na. New York, October 30th....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 November 1874

VOLUME 111. lad'tiblUhod eve./ morning eioept Monday y7l a Tip jnAu THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. mAmTIE&&S3&* Steam Hook nud Job , „ TERMS: I er annum, by mall or express 110 Six months " <» •]( Three month* " "**"'. 3 Delivered, by oarriers, per week,'.'.'.'.!.'...'.'.2b'cent's THE WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Saturday morning. > TERMS. M I ] U Mix months, " •« .. , h Three « ;;; J £j Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates AH KliMl* «r Job-Work done to Com- CSS wU . ,, „^ , ■ ~ Framctaeo lv *. rU .,., auyle. and Elegance ol Workmanattlp. Pacific Coast items. Panamint is soon to have a news paper. There are between 500 and GOO men in Panamint. Total rain for the season in Santa Clara county, 2:36. Santa Clara Is still shipping pears East iv large quantities. Rain to the amount of 2:49 has fallen in Xapa valley. A warehouse tit Milpitas, contains one thousand tons of hay, all insured. The ship pilgrim is loading at Vallejo ou ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 November 1874

go* Jritgdeu §,tt*M. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY -NOV. 3. IST I Ma Arthur Kearney has become editor and proprietor of the San Ber nardino Guardian, F. A. NrsrtKT re tiring. Tbe new proprietor promises to make the Guardian a first-class local paper and he possesses the abil ity and energy to redeem his promise. Thk Visalia lime* mentions that some of the old citizens of that locality want to sell out and go to a warmer country. This Is worse than a child crying for the moon. Those good peo ple can find but one warmer place and to reach it I bey must cross the dark river over which no earthly goods are ferried; so there is no use in selling out as a preparatory step to starting. It is claimed that $100,(100 would re lieve Mokuan's Sons of their embar rassment and enable them to resume operations immediately. The C'«ii/.>«- nia Granger thinks that as (lie firm became insolvent in the -crape in an effort to help the Grangers out of one, it would bt; a good thing on the pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 November 1874

aCos SUflftcs Tin.;!.l CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY NOV. ~ KTL TERMS Of ADVERTISING. ONK DOLL AM, par Square of ten line,, flrst insertion, aud iw i. vrv-Ki\ R n vi, rtfi -ajrotfr lor each subsequent insertion. I H IN'I'A I . i:m aN O Id*. Tho following postal changes went Into op eration. July Ist, 1871: All puh'iedlr.ns are tree ot postage to subscribers in th • counl s in which they arc published. Ho- k • and pack ages or merchandise, to tho weight nf lour pound-, oan be sent by mail at the rat.- ot one cent lOr every two ounces or friirt!,,n over. Tied packages may tie entirely enclosed. Soma portion or sailed package* must he opened for Inspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Board ol Supervisors is again in suasion.. y Last night oi" tin? theatre troupe at Turn. r Hall. The District Court calendar was called yesterday and cases set. Miss Florence Kent makes her fuie vrttl a: Turner Hall to-nighl. The members of the Turn-Vereiu Society hold a meeting to-night. Mr. A. M. Gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY NOV. 3, 137*. POST-OFFICER DIRECTORY. Rasters, San Francisco and Northern—Tele graph Mtaaa Line—Arrive at L:S6 I. M.; clone at 9 ■». A. M. Letters intande forf*3;lstry must be presented before W > M. Co-* Line--Stations between fvui Francisco and Los Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar rive at 11 P. M.; closes at 9a*> P. M. San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, CapistranOk etc.—Arrives al tf:4OA. M., closes at 4 I. M. Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Statl »ns-Tr!-Weekly /*er vlce—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri day at 9;40 A. M.; leave* Monday, Wednes day, and sat unlay: Mall closes at IP. M. Northern Ariaona—iTescott, Wickenberg and Way Sta< l< ms—Semi-Week ly—Arrlves Mon day and Thursday ai 9:M A. M ; leaves Tues day and Friday; .nail closes ai 1 .10 P. M. San oei ...t........ ••iiJ Way station*—s,an Ga briel, Xl Monc Itlverside, etc.; arrives al t:.*> A. M.; clt*e< at 1:30 P. M. WUm.ngtoii am. Way ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 November 1874

VOLUME IU. isPubUwhsU cveiy morning except Monday un/Ai i r J(nr\«»yo THE IX)S AROILH CITY AND Col V I V PRINTINO AND PDBbtttHKfO CO. „ o . FF l^K—HerwlU Stcwin lo»«il. and .lot» ■>rintiM|r lloiiae, spi ing street, opi.oslle the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express «|0 Six month-. '• . '« X Three moot lis •• •« •3 Delivered by carriers, per week,'..'.'...'... .'iVVvtiis THE WEEKLY HERALD is published every Saturday morning. _. f , TEHmVIA ML' One year, l.y mail or express, single ~M no Mix montliH, " ■ " r * " ♦• ' I 7.". Three .. ' ~ ~ ;;; I' J Advertisements Inserted nt r< loonnble rales All KilidMof Job-Worn <l«iue to I'oui peie Mitli Sum t'rniiciNco in Price, Style, ami I'lenimccoi uorknma.lup. The Identical is making ntitir in ttie cigar trado of Loa Angeles. Read their advertisement to-(iay, and put that in your pipe and smoke it. Tf you waut anything in the gents' furnishing goods line-good goods at low prices—go to the " Identical," 38 Main street, Perr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY NOV. 4, 1574. The E.rpretk lias a greet deal to say about the misrepresentations of the Herald, but it is careful not to desig nate our charge that while claiming to be a Republican organ and accept ing support from that party, it was induced to advocate the election of a Democratic candidate. The little traitor does not charge this as one of the " things that are lies." Tin: little ring organ charges that Mr. S.VRU'Hi is the Water < Vmpany's candidate for Mayor. This is too thin to hide Mr. Tiffany. Mr. Sauk hi is a large man, but large as he is, tlie lion's skin is too short .and the uncov ered ears betray the animal beneath. Mr.S.VKK hi will not ejire to be used as a make-believe candidate of the Water Company for the purpose of inducing citizens to support their real candidate, Mr. Tiffany. The Evttliug ExprtU denies that it offered a direct insult to our German born citizens by au invidious compar ison of their mother tongue with the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 November 1874

CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY NOV. 4, iSTt. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OWE DOLLAR per Hon are of ten lines, first Insertion,antl twksty-kivk emus for each subsequent Insertion. POSTAL CIIANOES. The follntrlin; postal changes wont Into op eration, July Ist., 1K74: All publication* me free nt postage to sttbsoTroer* in the county in which they nre imlilislieti. Looks and pack » ;es ot morcnftfiuNe, to the weight of fotir pounds, cm he sent by mall al the rate of one c 'lit for every two ounces or fraction over. Tied package* may bs eniireiv enclosed, some portion of sealed packages must be opened for inspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. I * tho Clmmber <>f Commerce v dead organization ? We hope not. The Orizaba loaves lor tipper ports Santa Barbara anil San Francisco to morrow. The steamer Wm. Tabor will sail for San Francisco Sat tin In v, Novem ber 7th. There are messages at the Western Union Telegraph Office for William F. McDonald and John Flaherty. Jefferson street extension...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 November 1874

£its juries. JjkraWt. CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WKDNKSDAY NOV. 4, iSfi. r — : — r-—s=s POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. E**l<ri., San Frauciaco and Northern Telc ..i ,i.' v ure 1 in. Arrive at I*l'. M.: close at »:.'*) A. M. Letters intended for registry inns! i.c presented before* A. M. Ouasi lane StaUons between Han Francleco and l.os Angebsi, via Santa Barbara-Ar rive at 11 P. M.: closes tit«':'»' IV M iN:in Diego Line Sail Dtegn, Anaheim, Gal la tin, CapiStntno, el.'. - \i ri\es at 9:111 A. M., closes at I P. M. Soulherii \ri/onn- Tucson, Yuma, VriSOIHI City, and Way Station* Tri-Wcckiy rter \ ice Arrives Sunday . Wednesday and Fri day al 9; 10 A. M.; leaves Monday. Wednes day, and Saturday: Mail closes at I P. M. Northern Arizona- -ITc tl, Wickenberg and Win stations-semi-Weekly Arrives M davand Thnrsdny al 9 :#> A. M; reaves Tues day and Frlduv; mail closes at 1 :ui P. M. s.oi Bernardino and Way stations-snn Ga briel, Xl Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives ul §~16 A. M ; closes ...

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