FROM THE EAST.
List of Another Raymond
TBE LAST OF TBE SEASON.
A Vast Improvement on the Re
cords for the Pre
The Herald has managed throughout
the tourist f eaeon to present its readers
with the first listß published of the Ray
mond excursionists bound for Southern
California, and this morning gives the
names of the last party that will be sent
out by the Raymond people this year.
The tourists named left Boston on March
11th, and will make a grand tour through
the Southern States and Mexico before
reaching California, incider tally visiting
Cincinnati, Mammoth Cave, New Or
leans, San Antonio, Zaceteras, City of
Mexico and other places of interest.
Their names are as follows:
Miss Annie Anthony, Milton. Mass.;
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Boothby, Portland.
Me.; Col. W. A. R. Boothby, Water
ville, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. Philip H.
Brown, Portland, Me.; Miss Mary
Chase, Mr. P. A. Chase, Lynn, Mass.;
Mr. H. Audlev Clarke, Brooklyn, N. V.;
Miss A. J. Corey, Brookshire, Mass.;
Mrs. F. Cunningham, Milton, Mass.;
Mr. John L.Curry, Pniladelphia, Pa.;
Mrs. Edward D. Fuller, Norwich, Conn.;
Miss Martha Graves, Mr. and Mrs M. W.
Graves, Hartford, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Hammond, Boston, Mass.;
Miss 8. B. Hoag, Worcester, Mass.;
Miss Anna F. Hunter, Newport, R. I.;
Mr. J. A. Knignt, Worcester, Mass.;
Miss Sophie Knight, Providence, R. 1.;
Major Edward J. Jones, Mrs. Edward J.
Jones, Miss Alice Lee, Miss Anne W.
Lee, Mrs. F. L. Lee, Boston, Mass.;
Mr. Dwight C. Mr. John Lef
ferts, Mrs. Leffert Lefferts, Flatbush, L.
L, N. V.; Miss Abbie Longyear,
Master H. Longyear, Mr. J.
M. Longyear, Mrs. J. M. Longyear,
Miss Nellie Mcintosh, Marquette, Mass.;
Mr. Wm. A. Norton, Norwich, Conn.;
Miss E. G. Parker, Boston, Mass.; Mrs.
J. C. Paulison, West Hartford, Conn.;
Miss Annie S Penfield, Col. J. A. Pen
field, Mrs. J. A. Penfield, Mr. F. S. Pe
vear, Mrs. F. S. Pevear, Lynn, Mass.;
Miss Annie R Pratt, Boston, Mass.; Mr.
T. H. Ransom, Poughkeepsie, N. V.;
Mrs. C. Richards, Boston, Mass.;
Miss Annie L Rotch, Boston, Mass;
Miss Joanna Rotch, Milton, Mass; Mr
George Sampson, Mrs. George Sampson,
Boston, Macs; Mrs G C Sawyer, TJtica,
NY; Mr B F Spinney, Mrs B F Spin
ney, Lynn, Mass; Hon A A Strout,
Mrs A A Strout, Portland, Maine;
Miss M Timmins, Miss S Tim
mins Miss Ellen Upton, Boston, Mass;
Mrs. G. L. Vanderbilt. Flatbush, L. 1.,
N. V.; Mrs. S. D. Warren and maid,
Miss Cornelia Warren, Boston; Hon.
Byron Weston, Mrs. Byron Weston, Dal
ton, Mass.; J. F. Wight, Mrs. J. F.
Wight, Boston; Miss Lucy S. Williams,
The excursion is in charge of Messrs.
Luther L. Holder and C. H. Wilson, of
Boston, Mass., assisted by Mr. A. N.
Goodhue, of Nashua, N. H., and Sefior
P. de Ia Sota, City of Mexico, and Mr. J.
O. Trueheart, San Antonio, Texas. The
Pullman car department is in charge of
Messrs. A. N. Ackley, J. B. Conlan, J. F.
Toledano and H. Marcy.
Tfcb excursion is the la3t of the
series of twelve arranged for the sea
son by Messrs. Raymond, nine of which
were called California, and three Mexico,
parties. The agents for the company
report that the travel has so far exceeded
that of any preceding years, and that, as
a big per centage oi those who have made
the trip say that they will be passengers
again, the prospects for next year's travel
are better than ever before.
NEWS FOR SHIPPERS.
Important Amendments by tbe
Mr. C. F. Smurr, Assistant Freight
and Passenger Agent for the Southern
Pacific, yesterday received the following
circular, the importance of which will be
at once understood by all merchants and
shippers. Its strong term's preclude any
possibility of cutting rates in future, and
this will be a matter of joy to ali engaged
Interstate Commerce Commission, \
Washington, March 7, 1889.)"
The attention of carriers is called to
the Act of CongreES, approved March 2,
1889, entitled "An Act to amend 'An Act
to regulate commerce.'" The Inter-
State Commerce Commission has caused
the Inter-State law, as thus amended, to
be printed for general distribution, and
will furnish copies on application by mail
or otherwise. Section oof the act as it
now stands contains the following pro
visions in respect to joint tariffs:
"No advance shall be made in joint
rates, fares and charges shown upon
joint tarifls, except after ten days' notice
to the Commission, which shall plainly
state the changes proposed to be made
in the schedule then in force, and the
time when the increased rates, fares or
charges will go into effect. No reduction
shall be made in joint rates, fares or
charges, except after three days' notice,
to be given to the Commission as is
above provided in the case of an advance
in joint rates. The Commission may
make public such proposed advances, or
such reductions in such manner as may,
in its judgment, be deemed practicable,
and may prescribe from time to time the
measure of publicity which common car
riers shall give to advances or reductions
in joint tariffs." It will be ob
served that an advance in
rates shown upon joint tariffs
is forbidden "Except after ten days' no
tice to the Commission," and a re
duction in such rates is also forbidden
"Except after three days' notice to be
given to the Commission." The time in
each case is to be computed from the day
when the notice nf advance or reduction
reaches the Commission in Washington.
The transportation of passengers or
freight over continuous lines or routes
operated by more than one carrier, upon
through tickets or through billing neces-
Bsrily implies the existence of joint tariff.
All joint tariffs now filed in the office of
the Commission will be understood as re
maining in force until due notice of
an advance or reduction is given.
When no other tariff is filed, the
rates on joint traffic are understood to bs
the Bum of the local rates of the individ
ual roads. An order will at once be
made prescribing thatall future advances
and reductions in joint tariff shall be
given the same publicity which is re
quired in the case of tariffs of individ
ual carriers. Until such advances or re
ductions are notified to the Commission
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20. 1889
and made public, existing joint tariffs
•« above denned must be observed.
A STRONG NOTICE.
The amendment further provides as
follows: "It shall be unlawful for any
common carrier, party to any joint tariff,
to charge, demand, collect, or receive
from any person or persons a greater or
less compensation for the transportation
of persons or property, or for any ser
vices in connection therewith, between
any points as to which a joint rate, fare,
or charge is named thereon than is speci
fied in the schedule filed with the Com
mission in force at the time."
It ia therefore now an indictable of
fense for any carrier to participate in the
reception of compensations above or be
low the established rate for the transpor
tation of any point tragic whatever.
This provision operates to prevent dis
crimination among shippers, and in case
of its violation, proof can be_ readily
made. Another provision requires the
Commission to execute and enforce the
provisions of the act and makes it the
duty of any District Attorney of the
United Statea, upon the request of the
Commission, to institute and prosecute
all necessary proceedings for that pur
pose. The rule heretofore existing which
requires ten days' public notice of any
advance in the rates established by indi
vidual carriers, is enlarged by
adding the following provision
"Reductions in such published rates,
fares or changes shall only be made
after three days' previous public notice,
to be given in the same manner that
notice of an advance in rates must be
given. The effect of the amendments is
to place joint tariffs and individual tariffs
under substantially the same rules with
out three days' public notice, or ad
vanced without ten days' public notice;
and the Commission mustilso be notified
of all contemplated changes; individual
and joint tariffs alike must be observed
in their integrity; and all Inter-State
traffic is necessarily accepted under
either an individual tariff or a joint tariff.
In reference to the application of these
provisions of the law to export traffic, the
Commission understands that tariffs new
on file in its office, established by car
riers accepting merchandise billed or in
tended for export by sea, show the rate
charged by the inland carrier or carriers
to the point of export, with a notification
to the effect that the through rate is de
termined by the addition of the ocean
rate from time to time prevailing. The
law contemplates that all traffic from
inland points designed for export by sea
must be taken under a joint tariff or an
individual tariff; the tariff above re
ferred to as now on file embraces both
classes. Under these tariffs the inland
rate to the point of export cannot be
varied without subjecting the carrier to
the penalties imposed for violation of the
Thomas M. Cooley,
William R. Morrison,
Aldare F. Walker,
Walter L. Bragg,
Inter-State Commerce Commissioners.
Tuesday, March 19, 1889.
The Board of Supervisors met yester
day, all tho members present.
The report of the viewers of the Na
tional boulevard was read and accepted,
and Mr. Wolfskill was notified that on
presentation of proper deed the sum of
$800 would be paid him.
The sum of $800 was ordered trans
ferred from the General Road Fund to
the Cahuenga Road Fund.
The petition for widening the National
boulevard from Vermont avenue was
A new election was ordered in the
matter of the Lancaster school bunds.
The protest of Mrs. Hoist in tbe mat
ter of the Ninth street extension was
The petition of Dolores Cook, with ref
erence to a road along Castrica canon,
waa read and filed.
Proposals for court rooms for the new
Superior Court Judges were referred to
said Judges for investigation.
The stolen and embezzled goods which
have become forfeited by lapse of time
were ordered turned over to the County
Adjourned until to-day at 10 a. m.
The following licenses to wed were
issued by the County Clerk yesterday:
L. N. Zahrtand Melissa Hutchison, the
former a native of Illinois and the latter
Harry G. Arbuckle to Julia Roller, the
former a native of California and the
other of Minnesota.
Carl Walters and Rosa Shmeiser, both
natives of Germany.
Don't Forget the Auction Sale
To-day (Tuesday), March 10th, 10 a. m.,
sharp, at residence, No. 21 Sixth street,
between Spring and Main, the contents
of a twelve-room house. Elegant furni
ture, fine parlor goods, dishes, carpets,
fine bedclothes, oil paintings, and one old
oak extension table. Sale positive.
Ben. O. Rhoades, Auctioneer.
A. Phillip & Co.
Will run a special excursion to the East
next Wednesday, March 20th. Berths
free. For further information call on or
address them at No. 44 N. Spring street.
Their next regular date leaving Los An
geles iB March 27th.
More Room Necessary.
Our store will soou be greatly improved. Call
now If yon want bargains in clothing, bats, etc.
Mullen, Bluett & Co., Spring and First streets.
Cohn's Pawnbroker Sale.
Auctlou of last twelve months' unredeemed
pled.es of jewelry, diamonds, watches and
firearms is now going on at No 2% First street,
near Main street, every day and evening until
all are sold. L. B. Cohn, Pawnbroker.
The Vienna Bakery
Makes a specialty of ice-cream, wedding cokes
and serving suppers for balls, parties etc. The
largest, neatest and cheapest dining-rooms on
the coast. Open all night.
This Week All-Wool Suits $9.80
They may say they can, but they can't beat
us on prices, and be sure to call on K. Adams,
the Clothier, 15 S. Spring at.
Tufts' Lyon Arms Co.
Will remove April Ist from First st. to 40 S.
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
Ia It not worth the small price of 75 cents to
free yourself of every symptom of these dis
tressing complaints, if you think bo call at our
store and get a bottle of Shlloh's Vitallzer.
Every bottle has a printed guarantee on It, use
accordingly, and If it does you no good It will
cost you nothing. Sold by 0. F. lieinzeman.
The reputation of the Grand Republic Cigarro
ia made. Everybody smokes them. Try the
Sutio once in a while
Christopher's Toast Foundry
No. 12 North Spring street, is the cheapest ant
best place to eat in the city. Everything nea
Gas Fixtures! Gas Fixtures!
The largest itock of gas fixtures In the city;
the most beautiful pattern* at S. M. Ferry'!,
No. 30 South Main Btreet.
No Surf or Stingarees
In the placid waters of the Bay at Catalina.
You never get weary when you smoke Grand
Republic Cigarros or BurTes
H.rmony ourea nearalgia. 143 E. First st.
Qhildren Cry for Pitcher's Castor.au
CREAM t* m n
hi,-. »rf2 Dincioos
Used by the United States Government. Endorsed by the heads of tie Great universities
and Public Food Analysts, as the Strongest, l'uroat and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Delicious Flavoring
Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Hose, etc., do not co tain Poisonous Oilsor
PKICK lIAKIeSO POWDER CO. New York. Chicago. Snn I m ilrltco.
FOR ANY MINERAL FOUND IN THIS MEDICINE.
GREAT SIERRA KIDNEY f LIVER CORE
Purifies and Enriches the Blood without Blotches.
Sure Cure for FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
Gives Life and Vigor to EVERY ORGAN.
Positive-y Cures all URINARY DISORDERS.
Sure Cure for DIABETES and BRIGHT'S DISEASE.
Never Fails to Cure Catarrh of STOMACH and BLADDER
Cures Burning. Smarting Pains in SMALL OF BACK.
DELIGHTFUL TO THE TASTE.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRTJGOISTB.
SIBHH.A CHEMICAL 00.
OFFICE, 18 COST ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAT..
TROY LAUNDRY CO.
Works : 571, 573, 575 North Main Street.
MAIN OFFICE: UNDER LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK,
FIRST AMI M-Itix. STREETS.
HOTEL, RESTAURANT and FAMILY WASHING.
PRICES AS LOW AS ANY LAUNDRY. ja27 3m cod
GALLOP, NEW MEXICO, COAL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CHAS. A. MARRIXER, General Sales Agent.
Office and Yard. 607 East First Street.
Screened Lump Coal, Delivered Loose »'l OO Per Ton.
•• •• " in Sacks 12 OO •• »
Single Sack, In Yard MO Per Sack.
" " Delivered »•
CAR LOTS A. SPECIALTY, m!o3m
FOR FINE BUGGIES
Thb Fabm Imflbmiht Dbalib,
44 to 48 N. Los Angeles at,. Los Angeles.
Furniture and Carpets.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
OF ALL KINDS,
./Vt Lowest Possible Rates.
914, 81S and 818 Soutta Spring St.,
Bet. Third and Fourth sts. m 6-U
Storage anal Commission.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878,
Oil lias been removed. It lias more
Ball I k\\\ " mn three times the strength of
nt I IIU.W ( '" |,|,a mi3£(;, J w' l * l SlaiTli, Arrow- I
In I ' lii l ift r "" 1 " r SllKlir - a,ul ] * tln-rt-ftoru far
■ll I 'i lni\ niore economical, costing lessthnn
nn I || B||nourishing, strengthening, easily
Hu If li fit I l ,u Vt' s tctl, and admirably adapted
Wjj I |l p| l i for inva 'lds ns well us *' ur persons
Sold by 0 rorers everywhere*
W.BAKER & CO.,Dorcliestßr,Mass.
H. P. GREGORY & CO.
117 N. Eos Angeles St.,
Boilers, Engines, Steam Pumps,
OTTO (.AS ENOINES,
General Power Machinery.
Agent! for "HINKLE" PATENT PASSENGER
AND FREIGHT ELEVATORS.
Correspondence Solicited. mls 2m
No Reasonable Offer Refosed
Three Upright anil Two Spare
MUST BE SOLD WITHIN A WEEK.
For terms see
J. B. O'CONNOR,
218 South Main street. Panorama Building.
. 124 tf
Finest Quality of Fruit Lands,
NEAR LOS ANUELES,
AT REASONABLE PRICES AND ON LIBER
AL TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS.
, Eight thousand acres now subdivided (17,000
acres in all) in Brii Fernando Valley, from 8 to
12 miles from the Plaza, into 5,10, 12 and 40
acre tracts, ranging from $25 to $150 per acre,
and on such liberal terms that any one can own
a home. A fruitful soil, easily cultivated; a
healthy and delightful climate; excellent
schools and churches; two railroads. With Los
Angeles markets for everything raised on the
farm, these lands offer inducements to settlers
that cannot be duplicated.
Also, a Stock Range of 1,250 acres, only four
miles from city limits, at a very low figure.
Can be subdivided Into two or three rangea.
For maps, prices and terms apply to
PROVIDENCIA LAND WATER AND DEVEL
Rooms 8 aul 9, Bryson Si Bouebrako Block
BAKER IKON WORK&
542-561 Buena Vista St.,
Adjoining Southern Pacific Ground
M°AFEE k BALDWIN,
Heal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
lO MONTGOMERY STREET,
Ttosday, Fritlay anil Satnrtlay,
March 21st, 2?. d and 23d, 1889,
Hi/ order of
J. li. HAOOIN, ESQ.
We Will fell jvrpmmnrilr, without limit or
reserve, on THITiSIiAY, FF.IHAY und SAT
i:ltl>AY, MAliCll 21.-I, '.►.'.l, and 2M, ISSi), at
the hour named, in tho City oi
KERN COUNTY, CAL.
In Subdivisions of 10,20 and 40
acres each, about
of Fruit, Vegetable, and AlfaCfa
Land, within one to seven mites
from Bakersfield, being portions
" Jewett Ranch,"
and other Ranches.
Also, Choice Residence and Busi
ness Sites in Baiiersfielcl.
Tnll is the initial Offering, and tho cotn
niMi.vm.'nt nf th. -nbdividi :i <f the
ot" Mr. J. H. l!A(i<ilN, in Kern
County. 11mproperty embraced In it Includes
someofthetTnestlandsin the county, m oil well
informed retldonti of BAKEUSFIELD will
testily. About 2000 acres of the land offered
U in'alfalfa, and can be rento:! or otherwise
utilize! to yield :i large Income, ami a high
percental upon a valuation of from 1160 t->
|200 p-.-r acre Other portions o I thoohYring
aiv nf-' (1 tor vc-eiaLle and K a:-.|. n sttrposc*
while the hahin<-e i« rompo- -dof lamrmiiuml
fertile, awaiting only the Indastrioujj settler
todemonstrsieltsgrcal adaptal Uitr to fruits
and the products or this wonderfully prolific
soil, a large portion of these lands lie along
and adja'em to I'MON AVEXUE,which as
at prcsrut «l«-.li«-at-l < >:i« iuU from K.-ru Liver
south through BAKERSFIELD. a distance of
10 miles, and which is UBX net in width.
The other tracts arc reached by excellent
oounty roads leading direct le BAJCEUS
With the Immense settlement that must in
the nature of things follow the subdivision
into small farms of such a large area of valu
able and productive land around BAKERS*
FIELD] with the steady Stream of immigra
tion that will pour into this section of the
country, transforming the county into one
gigantic colony, with its countless number ot*
orchards and vim-vanls 'Intuitu; to It men of
enterprise and capital, ijaKKi'.sFIELD, with
its incomparable water pnwer, and other
natural advantages; with its railroad facilities
at hand, and the almost positive certainty of
being the terminal point of another lino, will
grow to, and beootne, beyond a doubt, a city of
great proportions, and town lots will become
very valuable. Within thelssl year extensive
improvements have been projected and com
pleted at BAKEIISI'IKU). The SOrTIiEUN
HOTEL, a large ami handsoiii" brick and iron
structure, costing $K.n,ono, will be opened to
the public about the middle of March, ensur
ing all who attend this sale com fort able accom
modations. A street railway has been iv suc
cessful operation for a year, the town i-. well
supplied with water, and a line quality of
illuminating gas is furnished from the works
just completed, at prices ruling in other inte
rior cities. Other important enterprises of a
private nature aree.iutemplated ami some well
under way. The lots we offer are centrally
located, and within a few blocks of tho new
Tor uppcnlative or practical pnrpoees, thd
villa lots included in this offering must conn
mend themselves to all. Theirproximity to tho
railroad and the business ci titer of IEAKEUS
FIELD, and the remarkable fertility of the
coil make them extremely valuable for sub-i
urban homes, While their future worth can
scarcely he overestimated.
WATER FOR IRRIGATION.
The lands to lie sold arcnmi'ly supplied with
water for irrigation, from the Kern Island
Canal, at rates now the lowest in toe state, and
fixed and regulated hy the CouiUij Hoard 0/ Super-
UNUSUALLY LIBERAL TERMS
TEBM9 op Sale: —Only otic-fourth Cash!
ltalancc In 1, 2, and 3 years, with interest at
the rate of seven per cent per annum.
To enable all to participate in this important!
event, wo have made arrangements with tluj
Railroad Company by Which wo aro enabled
to oirer special rouml-l rip rates from ail points
to HAKi:i:-lTl:i.l', !«tv -n SAN l'KANt'l<-
CO.SAt UAMKNTiJ.SAN .lOSK, STOCKIOK
and LOS AKOGXJES, us follows:
SAN FTiAXCISCO, SArr.AMF.XTO, STOCK
TON", SAN JOSK and all intermediate
points, to Bakersfield and return, >
$9.50 Eonnd-trip Tictcts only $9.50
and corresponding rates from nil points be
tween LATHBOP and 11A KEIIS FI ELD.
From LOS AXGELEri to BAKERSFIE LT) r
$5.50 Round-trip Tickets only $5.50
and corresponding rates from all points be
tween Los Angeles and Haker.ilield.
Tickets will bo pood on trains leaving San
Francisco March 20th ami 21:1, at !l o'clock c.
m., and on March 21st, at fe.3o a.m., and on
trains from Sacramento, Stockton and San
Joso connect ing therewith ; and from Los An
geles on train leaving March 20th, at 10::i0i'. M.
Returning, tickets w ill bt good on all reg
ular trains leaving Cakerstield March 22d, 23u,
21th and 25th, 186!)-
Vehicles will he nt hand to convey excursion
ists over the property to he sold, starting at
10:110 a. m. of each day. \
On Thursday, March 21st, them will be a
C.rand Barlrccue, at about 1 o'clock P, m., in
the Cirovo at Lakcrsiield, to which all will he
liailroad Tickets will be on sale at the offices
of the Company, and at the office of McAFEE
A BALDWIN, 10 Montgomery Street, San
Francisco, where sleeping-car accommoda
tions can also be arranged lor.
Maps and diagrams will be ready for dis
tribution in due time.
For further particulars, apply to
HFflfee & Baldwin,
Real Estate A&onts and Auctioneers,
10 Montgomery Street,
NEWHAI.L'S SON'S t CO., Auctioneers,
225, 227 Lush Street, San I'ranclsco.i
And to tho
"Land Department,of J. It. Haggin,"
iiakcrsiicld. Kern Co., Cat,
m 2 18t
O. B. FULLER & CO.,
(Bnceeaaors to McLain A Lehman.)
Pioneer Truck and Transfer Co.
No. 3 Mabket St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Safeand Piano Moving. All kind! of Trnck Work
Tiuraom 137. BIU
WOOD AND LUMBER YARDS.
clark (6 mm,
SAN PEDRO ST., NEAR SEVENTH.
Are selling lnmber at the following prices,
owing to tho removal of the San Pedro-Street
Hougai Oregon pine, SZO M.,
Hough Redwood, 820 M.,
o. 1 It mi, lioldi MilugWa, 12.2S M.
Snrt Lnmber at accordingly low prices.
mslm P. O. Box, 1,235. Telephone, 178.
Wagon Material, Hardwood,
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools,
Cabinet Woods, etc.
JOHN WiGMOBE & 00.
13 and 15 South I.o* Angelei Street.
MAIN OFFIC'B AND YABD—
Corner fc'lrat and Alameda street*.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
East Lo» Angeles Lnmber Yard, oor. Hoff and
Wa6hington-stroet Lnmber Yard, cor. Washing
ton street and Grand avenue.
Garvanza Lnmber Yard. Garvaura. j 28tf
.'. A. Hrndkhson President
J. R. 6mubb Vloe-Pres. and Trea*.
Wai. F. Marshall Secretary,
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office and yard, 180 East First St., l.os Angeles
J. M. Griffith, President.
H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Treas.
T. E. Nichols, Secy. E. L. Chandler, Stipt.
t M, GRIFFITH COMPANY,
And Manufacturers of
Door*, Window*. Rlind*. tftn.tr*,
Mill work of every description.
539 :v. Alameda St., l.os Angele*.
Mil! and Lumber Company,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
L XJ M B E R!
Yards at San Pedro (Wharf), Los Angelei
(Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Pnenta, La
manda, Monrovia, Aiusa, Glendora. Lorda
Planing Mill* at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon
Western Lumber Co.
Cor. Ninth and San Peuro Streets.
t.l IIKKK of all class can be bad at this yard,
R. D. KOSBLL. A. BOCELL.
Lnmber and Building: Material.
Yard corner Main and Jefferson Sts.,
Telephone No. 7*5. Los Angeles, Cal,
PERRY, MOT! & COS
AND PLANING MILLS,
N0.76 Commercial Street. ml-tf
XT' I CVTHT T I A tieated witooat
IT lO 1 U JLiA &• «• ° f «">
knife or deten
tion from business, also all other diseases of
the rectum. Cure guaranteed.
O. EOfjrAß Mil I 11, JR. D., graduate
Cleveland Homeeopathic Hospital College
1874. Assistant in '76 and '77 te N. Schneider.
Dean and Professor of Surgery lv Cleveland
College; also Surgeon of L. S. & M. 3. R. R.
Removed to corner Main and Seventh streets,
Robait's block, Lna Angeles, Cal. References
given. Consultation free. Send for pamphlet,
office hours, 9a.m.to 4 p. t—jt T rjipi
m. Sundays and holidays I I . .
Makes the Best Fitting Clothes
in the State at 25 par cent loss
than any ether Tailor on the
Suits made to FßO m er $25i»
Pants made t Vrom r 6i°?
203 Montgomery Street,
724 Market and 111:- k 1112 Market St.
105, 107 and 109 Santa Clara Street,
49 am' 51 South Soring Street, and
263 Mil Main Street,
1021 & m Fourth Street. SAM DffiGo_
R, G. Wkyhe, Proprietor.
Ueneral Itlerchandlae warcbame.
Advances made on wool,
Stgbasb, Commission and Insobancs.
Agents for all kind* of Airricnitnral Imple
ments. Wholesale and retail dealers in Im
ported and Domestic Wines, Brandioi and
Whiskies. 634 to 666 Alameda street.
SAN PEDRO WINERY,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
NATIVE WINE 9
H. BOETTCHER, cor. of San Pedro and
Jefferson sta.. Loa Angeleß. Cal. m 7 2m
Old Gold and Silver bought
Jewelry manufactured to Order
OR REPAIRED, BY
l)i Commercial St. (Upstairs).
Meerschaum Pipes and Cigar Holders neatly
repaired and mounted. ml 6 lm
82 N. Itlatn St.,
,i —FACTO BY AGENT FOR—
Paper Dealers and Bookbinders,
109 Nortb l.os Angele* Street,
LOB ANGELES. CAL. 3li -
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