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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 22 November 1873

SOO %%%%t\it leraW. SAN FRANCISCO CORRESPONDENCE. Special Correspondence lollic Herald. San Fkanclsco, Nov. 16. To attempt to write you a letter without mentioning anything about horses or races would be almost an im possibility. I will not go into the de tails of the great race; telegraphic ad vices and newspaper clippings will have done all that, long ere this reaches you. All are glad that "old Thad" has come out victorous, but I am inclined to think that If the truth were spoken in plain language many are very much discontented at there suit. It is no good denying the fact, things looked very fishy for the Cali fornian until "True Blue" came to grief, and then our favorite had it all his own way. "Thad Stevens" was not himself at all, and even after the second heat did not sweat half enough to please either trainer, rider, or own er. The accident to "True Blue" is greatly to be regretted, not that any one can be blamed, but then ill-na tured people will talk. One newspa per bold...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 November 1873

VOLUME I. is Publish.'ii treat> mom i ngexcept Monday, TIIK HERALD I'l.i'vriSU t'KJII'AW. OFFICE—Herald Mean. Book aud Job Prlntinv House, Spring street, opposite the Court House. THUMB) Per annum, by mail or express $10 Six months " " H Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carrier*, per week, 35 cents Advertisements inserted at liberal rutes. PATRONS OF_H USBAN DRY. Following Is a list of Oranges iv Los An geles county: Silver—Eos Nietos—J. H. Burke, Master; E. H. Wylie, Sccivlery. Compton—A. HtgMC, Master; J. A. Walker, Secretary. El Monte—*;. C. Glbbs, Master; 3. H. Cray, Secretary. Enterprise--Los Angeles—T. C. Alexander, Master; W. T. Henderson, Secy. Eureka-Spailra—P. 0. Tonner, Master; Jos. Wright, Secretary. Fairview—Anaheim—Edward Evey, Master; J. D. Taylor, Secretary. Frultland--Tustln City—A, P. Bayward, Mas ter; E. IJ. N'leols, Secretary. I/is Angeles—T. A. Garey, Master; T. D. Han cock, Secretary. Los Nietos—E. U. Grandon, Master;.!. E. Mar quis, Secretary. New River-Lo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 November 1873

£0$ 3b(jdf.-s Sctatd SUNDAY NOV. 23, 1873. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published In Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it Is consequently of DOUBLE their value. The Agricultural Society. A meeting was held at the Claren don Hotel yesterday morning, to set tle the business connected with the late meeting. Considerable preliminary conversa tion took place, in the course of which this journal received, as might be ex pected, any amount of adverse criti cism and uncomplimentary noti ces. The real business of the meeting consisted in auditing accounts and set tling the financial obligations. We are informed that the bills received were very heavy, and that accounts up to $2,100 were passed. The associ ation still thinks that the Hekald has been unjust, that is, as far as we can learn, opinion is about equally divided. The Herald favors, and hopes to favor in all coming time, the develop ment of the country, through the means of agr...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 November 1873

tot 9*** M. CITY AND SUBURBS. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. winteh ahbaxis KJtKsrr t.. a. as.p. a, ii. Arrive— Depart. !i OH A. M. 10 (111 A. M. 2 IQ 1". M. 3 45 I. M. Tiii' above to nil" except on days of steam ers'arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect With steamers. STA'IK LINKS. Arrive. Deport. Telegraph stage Line StOO P. M, 12:30 i\ m. Coast Lino Stages OHM) p. M. 5:00 a. M, san Bernardino Line 1:30 c. m. n-:\».\. st, San Diego Stage Line 4:00 p. M. 7t3OA. M. Every style or Painting and Glatlng don.- In the highest stylo of art, and at reason able rates, by C. Raphael A Co. »ar" J, Colin keeps tine Havana and Domes tic Cigars. No. til Main street, Downey ,s Block, Thompson A Gerson's saloon. Ml The tido of immigration Is steadily set ling In, and the first thing eastern people do is to throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of DtSMo.M). They say there Is no comparison between Ihe two. The only place where the genuine Interchaaaable Pebble spectacles win be found...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 23 November 1873

Los Angeles Herald. BEYOND JORDAN. And they came to Him, mothers of Judah, Dark-eyed, and In splendor of hair, Bearing down over shoulders of beauty, And bosoms half hidden, half bare; And they brought him their babes and be sought Him, Half kneeling, with suppliantalr, To bless the bmwn cherubs they brought Him, With holy bunds laid In their hair. Then reaching His hands, He said, lowly, "Of such Is my kingdom;" and then Took the brown little babes In the holy White hands ofthe Savior of men; Held them close to His heart and caress M them, Put his face down to theirs as in prayer, Put their hands to His neck, nnd so bless'd them. With baby hands hid iv His hair. [Joaquin Miller. WHAT MEN NEED WIVES FOR. What does a man need a wife for? It is not merely to sweep the house, make the beds,* and darn the socks, and cook the meals chiefly that a man wants a wife. If this is all, when a young man calls to see a lady, send him into the pantry to taste the bread and cake she has made; send...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 November 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published BV*i* morning except Monday, TIIK HERALD l*!£l.\Tl>« < OM PA\Y. OFFICE—Herald Ktenin Book and Job Printing House, Spring .street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express «10 Six months '• " (1 Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents Advertisements Inserted at literal rates. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Following is a list of Oranges in I.os An geles county: Sliver—Los Nletos—J. H. Burke, Master; E. K. Wylle, Seeretery. Compton—A. Hlgble, Master; J. A. Walker, Secretary. El Monte-G. C. Gtbbs, Master; J. H. Orny, Secratary. Enterprise—Los Angeles —T. C. Alexander, Master; W. T. Henderson, Secy. Eureka—Spadra—P. C. Tonner, Master; Jos. Wright, Secretary. Fairview—Anaheim—Edward Evey, Master; J. D. Taylor, Secretary. Frultland— Tustln City—A. B. Haywnrd, Mus ter; E. B. Nicols, Secretary. Ix>s Angeles—T. A. Uarey, Master; T. D. Han cock, Secretary. Los Nletos—E. li. Grnndon, Master; J. E. Mar quis, Secretary. New Rive...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 November 1873

TUESDAY, NOV. 25, 1873. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium It is consequently of DOUBLE their value. The Constitutional Convention of Pennsylvania closed its session on the 3d inst., and an election will be held on the loth proximo, to vote for or against its adoption. A number of radical changes In the direction of reforms, have been incor porated in the new Constitution for the Keystone State. One provision in tended to restore popular elections to their former purity is that the officers of elections shall number the ballots as they are received and placed in the ballot bex, and the same number which is placed on the ballot must be recorded opposite the name of the per son voting the same. Electors may, if they choose, also write or have their names written on the back of their ballots. Another provision is that any candidate who may be guilty of any fraud on the election law, shall ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 November 1873

Los Angeles Herald. CITY AND SUBURBS. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. WINTKR ARP.ANHEMKNT-L. A. it S. P. R. 1!. Arrive- . Depart. 9 00 A. M. 1" Of) A. M. 2 ir, p. M. :i 4f» P. Mi The above to rule except on days of steam ers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamers. STAtJK LINKS. Arrive. Depart. Telegraph Stage Dine 8:00 p. m. I 2::*0 p. m. Coast Line Stages 0:00 P. M. 5:00 a. m. San Bernardino Line 5:30 p. m. 8:30 A. St. Han Diego Stage Lin*' 4:00 p. m. 7:30 a. m. M»Xvery style of Painting and Slating done In the highest style of art, and nt reason able rates, hy C. Knphacl * Co. tigr J. Oohn keeps line llavnna and Domes tic Cigars. No. I] Main street, l»owney,s Block, Thompson <!t Gersnn's saloon. The tide of Immigration Is steadily set ting In, and the first thing eastern peopVj do Is to throw away tlieir New York Hats and buy a new one of Desmond. They say there is no comparison between tho two. n Of Speelal Interest to Formers. At the Esperanza Store, No. 108...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 25 November 1873

g O9 MpUt geraM. MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Los Angeles Lodge No. 42—Meets first Mon day ln themonth, at 7:30 P. M. Royal Arch Chapter, F. A. M„ No. 33-Second Monday iv each mouth, at 7:30 I. M. J'entahdia ljodge No. SB-Third Monday In each month, at 7:!t0 P. M. The Council—Fourth Monday In each month, at 7:30 P. M. Council No. 11, R.\ A S.\ M.\—Coeur de Leon Com'dery No. 0. K.\ T.'.—Stated conclaves third Thursday in each month, 7:30 P. M. odd-fellows. Angellto Lodge No. I*s—Mondays at 7:30 P. M lrf)s Angelas Lodge, No. 35—Wednesdays, at 7:30 P. M. Golden Rule Lodge No. 160— Fridays, 7:30 P.M South Star Degree Lodge— First and Third Tuesdays, at 7:30 P. M. Orange Grove Encampment — Second and Fourth Tuesdays, at 7:30 P. M. CHAMPIONS OF THE RED CROSS. Olive Encampment No, at— Wednesdays, at 7:30 P. M. GOOD TEMPLARS. Merrill Lodge No. atf-Saturdays, 7:30 P. M. Los Angeles Social Club—Thursdays, 8:30 P.M CITY LYRICS-NO. I. The Fair at last Is over, Our fun is laid aside; And we h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 November 1873

VOLUME I. tl Published evci v morning exept Monday, by TIIE HEltAB.n PRINTING COMPANY. OFFICE—MoraId Steam Booh ami Job Printing Hon*)', Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express C ; 10 six mouths " " fl Three months " " • 3 Delivered by carriers, per week, itt cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. . — ! -1-J- '■' "S-'l -' *"J PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Following is a list of Gran gel In Los An geles county: Silver—Los Nietos-J. H. Burke, Master; E. K. Wylle, Secretary. Compton—A. Hlgble, Master; J. A. Walker, Secretary. El Monte—G. C. Glbbs, Master; J. 11. Cray, Secretary, Enterprlsi—Los Angeles —T. V. Alexander, Master; W. T. Henderson, Nec'y. Eureka—Spmlra—P. C. Tonner, Master; Jos. Wright, Secretary. Fairview—Anaheim—Edward Evey, Master; J. 1). Taylor, Secretary. Fruitland—Tustln City—A. B. Hay ward, Mas ter; E. B. NiOOla, Secretary. Los Angeles—T. A. Garey, Master; T. D. Han cock, Secretary. Los Nletos—E. it. Grandon, Mister; J. E. Mar q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 November 1873

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 1873. sssssssssssamaiasamsaaMssaissspsafs^^ The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium it is consequently of DOUBLE their value. The Santa Certrudes Rancho. Yesterday afternoon the editor of the Herald accompanied Mr. McLean to the location of the Santa Gertrudes Rancho, to see the improvements that are going on. The day was lovely, and the drive a pleasant one. The late rain had laid the dust and the air was clear. It is propo-eed to run a ditch from the new San Gabriel ovor the highest portion ofthe land owned by the Santa Gjrtrudes Land Association. This will be over five miles long, and will cost about $5,000. All improvements of this kind, tend ing to extend irrigation and develop the resources of the country, we hail with pleasure, and are most ready to make them public. This tract belongs to the Los Nietos tract, formerly owned by John G. Downey, from whom it was boug...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 November 1873

Los Angeles Herald. CITY AND SUBURBS. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. WINTKIt AJIItANOKMENT -L. A. A S. P. It. It. Arrive- ,„ I)epr»rt. 9 00 A. M. 10 00 X. M. : > is l>. M. 3 45 P. M. Thoabove to rule except on dayi of steam ers' arrival ami departure, when trains will run to connect with steamers. STArjF. LINKS. Arrive, Depart. Telegraph Stage Lino 8:u0 p. w. 12:30 c. m. Coast Line Stages (1:01) P. M. 5:00 A. M. Han Hemartllno Line 5:30 P. M. fI:3OA. at. San Diego Stage Line 4:00 p. m. 7:;i0 a. m. ms. Every style of Painting and Gluzlng done ln the highest style of art, and at reason able rate"!, by C. Raphael .* Co. BMT J. Cohn keeps fine Havana and Domes tic Cigars. No. 01 Main street, Downey,« Rloek, Thompson A Gerson's saloon. OJ*. The tide of Immigration Is steadily set ting In, and the first thing eastern people do Is to throw away their New York Hats and buy a now one of Dksmonu. They say there Is no comparison between the two. o Of Special Interest to Farmers. At the Esperanza Sto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 26 November 1873

Los Angeles Herald. Eastern Telegrams. < 4 WASHINGTON. Washington, Nov. 24.—The Com missioner of Indian AJffiirs to-day sent the following telegram to Hay worth, the Indian Agent at Fort Sill in the Indian territory: uri " J - l Issue no more annuities to the Co manches; the demand for the Aye raid ers is not remitted, and If not com plied with within ten days after re ceipt of this dispatch you will stop their rations entirely; and If they still refuse they will be handed over to the military. Assure the Indians that the government is in earnest and that ar rangements are already being made to compel the Indians to do right. NEW YORK. New York, Nov 24.—The counsel for Tweed will present a bill compri sing nine objeciions on which to base arguments for a stay of proceedings. The prosecuting officer may ask time to consider the bill, and Judge Davis may possibly take time to consider the points presented. It is reported thajtiu the meantime Tweed will not be paced on Baekwell's Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 27 November 1873

VOLUME I. 1 s Published eve.. morning eXC«pI Monday, hv Tilt: II Kit A I.lt PRINTING COMPANY, OFFICE—He>r»ld Meant Honk nnil Job Printing; House. Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express |10 Six months " " ti Three months " " • 8 Delivered by carriers, per week, 'iii cents Advertisements ins,?rtPd nt liberal rates. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, Following is a list of Granges in Los An geles county; Sliver—Los Nletos—J. 11. Burke, Master; E. 11. Wjflle, Secretory. Compton—A. Hlgble, Master; .1. A. Walker, Secretary. El Monte—O. C. Glbbs, Master; .1. H. Gray, Sccrntary, Enterprise—Los Angeles - T. ( . Alexander, Master; W. T. Henderson, Seo'y. Eureka—Spadra—P. C. Tonncr, Muster; Jos. Wright, Secretary. Fulrvlcw—Anaheim—Edward Kve.v, Master; J. D. Taylor, Secretary. Frultland—Tustln City A. P. Hnywnrd, Mus ter; E. B. Nieols, Secretary. Los Angeles—T. A. Guroy, Muster; T. D. fTnn eock, Secretary. Lot) Nietos—E. B. Grandon, Master; .1. E. Mar quis, Secreta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 27 November 1873

THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1873. The DAILY HERALD has nearly DOUBLE the Circu lation of either contempo rary paper published in Los Angeles. As an advertising medium It Is consequently of DOUBLE their value. Unimproved Lands. In all directions going from the city one conies upon large tracts of wild, uncultivated lands, which are lying in the hands of speculators, waiting for a rise. It is the undisputed interest of the entire country, that these lands be occupied; but the owners, understand ing little their own interest, will not sell except at exorbitant rates. Settlers are thus kept out, lands untilled, and the entire country damaged. By the present system of assessment, owners are encouraged to keep their property in an uncultivated state. Custom offers a premium to the man who does not cultivate his laud. Be tween here nnd Gallatin are 13,000 acres of beautiful land, now lying a desert waste, because there is no one to till. In this ruinous proceeding, the owner is encourged by the ass...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 27 November 1873

CITY AJNI> HUBTJRBN. MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Los Angeles I/idge No. 42-Moots first Moll day iv theinontli, at7::tu P. M. Royal Arch Chapter, F. A. M,, No. 33-Seeand Monday In each month, nt, :di P. M. IVntalpha Lodge* No. 202—Third Monday in each month, at 7:30 I. M. The Council—Fourth Monday In each month, at 7:30 P. M. Council No. 11, R.'. A S,'. M.\-Coeur de Leon Com'dery No. f», K.\ T.\ -Stated conclaves third Thursday In each month, 7:30 P. M. ODD-KK1.1.0 ws. Angelito Lodge No. 195— Mondays at 7:30 P. M Los Angeles Lodge, No. a") Wednesdays, at 7:30 P. M. Golden Rule Lodge No. 100 -Fridays, 7ififl P.M South Star Degree Uirtgo - First and Third Tuesdays, at <:*) P. M. orange Grove Encampment — Second and Fourth Tuesdays, at 7:30 P. M. CHAMPIONS OK THE UEll CUOSS. Olive Encampment No. 34-Wednesdays, at 7:30 P. M. OOOOTEM I*I.AKS. Merrill Lodge No. 2W-Saturdays, 7:30 P. M. Los Angeles Social Club-Thursdavs,B:3o P.M POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Francisco and No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 27 November 1873

Los Angeles Herald. EDUCATIONAL. To Teachers Without Experience and Without Training. There are about 200,000 teachers of Sublic schools In the United States, f thereabout one-fourth retire from active. service every ye* 11 ") tending their places to be supplied by others, lf all the Normal schools (real and nominal) in the country were filled to their utmost capacity, and one-fourth of their students graduated every year, there would be an annual supplyof :U>«"» trained teachers. Let us suppose that nature is as prolific as art, and that 3,000 other teachers, with the stamp of native genius on their brow, though with no diploma of the schools in their hands, make their annual debut. After making these allowances we have an annual influx Into the schools of 44,000 teachers, neither "born" nor "made"—chiefly young persons without experience and with out special adaptation, whom necessi ty, or friends, or fate, has transformed into school masters and school mis tresses for the nonc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 November 1873

VOU'M'E T. •1m Jt\\sttw i\m\*l 1• l*uMl<ii j ii .v.. in irnlug except Monday, I rtm iie&alu piilytixu itrnvxinr. , OFFICE Remit! Nteant Ilitatt mid Jo!* P>itttlft,f U«0««>, Mprln-. IVt, (»|»pO»it( ill ' ' ' vmaMWM * ,JA P T ,1(11111111, by mad !•'.(•'»■■• • Six m dittis " •• A ' 'j>re.- month* " " • ;i • !••!!>'TOi! (n carrier-, pe-ti elt 'i.'i cent- , \ P 'Tllscni'-n.s in • "P*t !>'. li'mT'i '■ MW I . • ' MATRONS OP HUSBANDRY. Kivio.yi >"ii l :\\ ••! I'rW i-> Los •'■ J i,.'des,xn*ilvV » i c ' * »«JF« • f "«Wi -liver-Los Vletrw—.!, M. n:i/l>\ sT«stcrj J". • it. Wj :ie, Seewtery. Compton—A. High!*, M«*tw| J. .«,. Walker,! tsecrp tary. C.: Monte--';. <'. (HWW, »«*»ft»Vi «). R. Crey, j Enterprise i.»i \iv.'fV< T, i. ',!• vunder, Xfasrer; W. f. Heuaertnn. sMKfjr. P.urfki -Hpadrn ■P.C'Tmiiw, Mnsteri .io«. j Wright, secretary. Palm -w - Anah-lm -Edward Evey, Master) ' .). l». Tiyrloj', n erctarjr, I ml'Und -Tnifiii Pit* '. U li;\i ward, Ma*-i •«•<•;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 November 1873

lo'. J»tt§ftt« Jural! SATURDAY, NOV. 29, l«7ft. Houses Wanted One of the most pressing demands ofthe times In this city, Is for good and comfortable dwellings, buildings that while they are suitable for an or dinary family, are yet of moderate cost, and can be rented low. There are a great many eastern people in town and more are coming. If they can he induced to stay here a few months, many of them will remain permanently. Rut they are accus tomed to comfortable houses, and un less such can be had nt reasonable figures, they arc apt to drift nwny from us before they have staid long enough to fully appreciate the beauties of our climate, and the peculiar excellencies of Los Angeles as a place of residence. Private capital and enterprise do not seem adequate to supplying the de mand and we suggest that the only way to speedily solve the problem, is to form a Ruilding Association with -ufficieot capital w»f>ui up a numb*" of neat and tasty cottages. If some of our largest real esta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 November 1873

CITY A> I> 151 If TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. Wt.vrv.i; .iitii\xnr:'-fn.NT L. a. •S, ''• >'. i!. VrTVCfI Depart. M (ti A. M. 1" W A. \f. j l. P. >f. a * P. M. Thoaimv** m roie wtfvpi! n .■«■■ ~r -t"f»in. fcs'itirhill unit departure, v.li. ii t »tn« win run i" connect with Mi inner*. st\<:>: i.iM.i. Iti «"* • rriv •■. I'-reirt. Telegraph f-'tnite \.m>.....*:ivt*.'\\: I'/taW.**. 1 • vrfiMt Line Stages UtOOp. *. \. <t. sh;i Htfnardllio Line stftf> |>. • *. -nn l.liK' tIOO i». Hi TloO \. Hi POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. I'.h .I 'rri, S.:n I- rao-v-en nnd S..r'!vir, -Tel *- granhatsgi iin Arrlveal iswi P.M.; close u( I• :4.~> of. I. 'ffrv lni«n<>>-<! for rejrjsiry 1101*1 In' presen'i I hatore II A. Mi ' oils' Mnl Watt m* between, Hsn Francisco nnd l<o* Angeles, via Kantn Barbara Ar i Ive at jt •:--£<» r. M.j clo«e* ■ I 0:80 I. M. Mun Diego Line San Plegu. Anah"ini, ftnlln l liii K <'npi<ttr.iiio, e'e. \r-], ■•. :»• llffl P.M, ow ;.l ftw V- M. Sout...

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