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VOLUME 111.
Is Published ove»y morning except Monday
by
THE LOB ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO.
OKKlCE—Herald Steam Boofcaud Job
Prsiitiuii' Houso, Spring street, opposite the
Court House.
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All Kinds of JTob-Work done to Com
pete with Nan Francisco in Price,
Htyle. and Klegrauce ol Worfcniauuhlp.
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Notice.
& Los Aujreles l,<«(g<- No. 42, F. «V
/TV—. *. M.—The stated meetings of this
jT Lodge are held on the first MOV
D.* V of each month at 7::1P p. M.
Members of Pental pha, No. 202, and
all Master Masons In good standing are cor
dially invited. ». C. FOY, W. If.
Ouas. Smith. Secretary. ai>2B-ly—6
APKNTALPIIA l.i Mil.i;. No. 202,
F. A. A M. The stated meeUtuHj of
this Lodes are held on the THIHD
MONDAY of each month, at 7 p.m.
liv order of tho WJ> M!-
Janll W. W. Robinson, Secy.
Los Angeles Chapter No. 33, R: • A:- ■:•
tstnt (1 convocations on 2d
MONDAY of each month at
V,.., p.m. at Masonic Hall. So
journing companions In good
standing cordially Invited. By
Older of the H. P.
VV. 1.1. A. Kll>D,
Secretary.
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal and Select
Masters, F. & A. M.,
Holds Its stated assemblies on the 4th Mon
day of each month at Masonic Hall, at 7:30 P.
M. Sojourning Companl ns in good standing
a>e fraternally Invited in attend.
By order of the Thi 11::-
J. F. BURNS, Recorder.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR.
Coeur De Lion Commandery No. 9, K> T*«
Holds its stated conclave* ut the Asylum in
Masonic Hall, on the Third THURSDAY of
each month, at 7 o'clock p. m. Sojourning
Ku guts Templar in good standing are cor
dially invited to attend, hy order of the
c;. c:«
H. N. Bku.niko, Capt;. Gen'i;.
I. O. O. F.
.■.VHMiiZ,.- Autfelita t.odtfe No. 1»5, I. O.
■/k ' O. t'.—Regular meetings of this
Lodge are held every Monday
*»*mw evening ut «o'clock, at Odd Fel
lows' Rail, Downey Block. Visiting and so
journing brothers iv good standing are in
vited to attend. I. J. SMITH, N. G.
.1. M. llAstsi/nyR. 8. au9
Uoldeu Mule Lodge No. 160, I. O. O. V.
____•-. Regular meeting held on FRI-
I.M\iM,f rurli week at
*P_3sWgf-' : 7 1-2 o'clock. Sojourning brothren
in good standing are cordially In
vited. By order,
C. D. HATHAWAY, N. G.
Jos. HUBKK, JR., B. S.
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31,1. 0. 0. f.
REGULAR MEETINGS held on
_9___Ba the Second and Fourth TUES-
DAYS of each month at f% v. M.
<-*iW t sojouriiiiig Patriarchs in good
-landing are cordially invited to attend.
H. BUKDICK, 0. P.
yi. M. Basskit, Scribe.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
or. h.lT^ormeT -
Pl&ysloi(Ua and »uv|jroo_ii
OFFICE IN LANFRANCO BUILDING,
No. 74 Main street, overC. J. Heiuaeman
A Co.'s drug store. Residence, Spring street,
between Sixth and Seventh. Ofhce hours,
from 10 A. M to 4 P. M. fe2o tt
D M. BROWN, M. D.,
SURGEON & HOMOEOPATHIST.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE ON MAIN
street, east side, between First and Sec
ond. mrS-tf
P. HOWE, m, D.,
Ecle<?ti« _?I»yHioiart.
OFFICE— SPRING STREET, OPPOSITE
Temple's Bank, up stars.
office hours from 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 3 p. M.
Residence at Florence. Special attention
given to diseases of children. mrl-tf
DR. A. E. MERRILL,
I J H> »i<-iuii and Surgeon.
Ofiiee-No. 11 Spring St., opposite tlie Post
OllicH. special attention paid to diseases oi
Children. *_____.
"~d 'rTwTh azeUti n c,
DENTIST— CORNER SPRING AND TEM
ple streets (opposite Temple's Bank),
Los Angeles J a3 °**
SAM'LW. BROOKE, W. D.,
Physician, Surgeon and Obstetrician.
OFFICE—In Lanfranco's Building. Main St.
Omco hours-8 lo 10 A. M., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 P. M.
Residence, No. 240 Main street. VWU
DRS. t
U RGEONS AND PRACTITIONERS of Ho
-0 nieopathy. Office nnd residence. Back
man House. Night calls promptly attended.
Bar special attention given to diseases oi
women and children. oolatr
K. D. WTSE, M. D..
G1 RADUATE OF JEFFERHON
T Medical College, Philadelphia. Otllce
iv Lan Franco Building, Main street. Ottice
hours, from Bto 10}_ a. m., and from IV, to 5
p. M.
Obstetrics & Diseases of Women a Specialty.
my7-ly—ls
~~DrTm. S. JONES,
_ TTIORMERLY OF ST. LOUIS, MO.,
|0K r has lo ruled in Los Angeles where
will give his special attention to
diseases of the Eye, Ear, Noso and
Throat. . „ , „, _
Okficb : Spring St., opposite Temple Block.
feb2stf—2
Dr7T-Tbexter Lyford,
PHYSICIAN AND SUR'«EON - OFFICE,
No. 17, Downey Block, Los Angeles,
California. Otrice hours—l> to 11 a. m.; 1 toB
aud 7 to 8 P. M. awa-tf— l
DR. A. S. BHORB,
JJOMCEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE— Nearly opposite the Post Office.
RESIDENCE—No. 13 Franklin street.
oc2-tt-2
J. H. McKEE, M. D..
TTiHYSICIAN * SURGEON — OFFICE,
IT No. 11 Spring street, oppposite Temple's
pTiink. Resibknck— First street, between
Fort and Hill, I.os Angeles.Cal. mrlB-tf—2
D"rTjoseph Kurtz,
r pHYHICIAN.
OFFICE—In Lanfranco's liullding, Main St
above the Drug Store of C F. Ilelnzeiuan 4
ICo Will give particular attention lo hi E
, and EAR DISEASES. Office hours: from 9
to 11 A. m., from 2to 4 p. m., and from 8 to 9 p.
m. Residence: Buenavlsta street. auglO
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
BUSINESS CARDS.
C. F. HEINZEMAN & CO.,
Successors to J. K. SAUNDERS .v CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
Mai si Street,
LOS ANUELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET AKTICLES, the
PUREST L.UTGS and PATENT MEDIC) NEs
of nil kinds, imt Prescriptions carefully com
pounded day and night. uo2-if—3
CHAS R. JOHNSON,
NOTARY PUBLIC
AND
GENERAL INSURANCE ACENT,
No. 52 Temple IS luck. Los Angel* s,
doe2o
W. VAN DER DOES,
ACCOUNTANT AND COL-
Wji lector. Sets ol books opened, balanced
and closed and all kinds of accounts adjusted.
Collections made In all parts of city, county
and State. Sad debts and rents collected on
moderate terms.
OKEICE-Spring street, No. 00. fe2 If
S. H. BUCHANAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Successors to Buchanan & Husklns.
TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS
J of Bnlldlngand satisfaction guaranteed.
Headquarters at the Corner of Second and
Fort street. ap2s-tf—B
MORITZ CHOYNSKI,
44 SPRINC ST.
Carpenter and Cabinet Maker.
Stores fitted up, Furniture made and re
paired, and general work done on the short
est notice, nov22lf
JOHN COLDSWORTHY,
jK-BPUTY U. 0, MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOK and CIVIL ENGINEER
Room 6, Downey's Block, la>s Angeles,
novttf —2
KYSOR & MATTHEWS,
ARCHITECTS,
OOOM No. 14 HELLMAN'S BLOCK, COR
AL ncr of Commercial aud Los Angeles
Streets. ap2stf— 2
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J. F. OODfrBBT, C. J. ELLIS.
GODFREY & ELLIS.
AfTOBKKYI AT LAW,
Booms 1 and 8, Downey Rlock, Los Angeles,
febli-lf
DAVID E. ADAMS,
Attorney at Law, Examiner of Titles,
— - and —
con vkyancer.
OFFICII—With G. W. Morgau, Esq., No. 4
Spring street. Temple Block. Jnn-8-lin
J. E. GRIFFIN,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
OFFICE-ROOM 22, TEMPLE BLOCK,
Los .V 11 y«• 1 < ->», Cal.
as-Special attention given to Land and Pro
bate business. myl-tf—2
WINBLOW S. MYERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE—Room No. 21 Temple Block,
Los Angki.es, Cal. dlltf
J. G. HOWARD. U. T. HAZARD
HOWARD & HAZARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICES IN No. 8 DOWNEY BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
*B~ Special attention given to business in
tlie United States l_md Office. oc2-tf—2
A.G_ABSK_L, G. H, SMITH.
A. B. CHAPMAN, H. M. SMITH.
GLASSELL. CHAPMAN* SMITH,
AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stfttrs, Los
Angeles, California. oc2-tf— 2
W. _. MAKSHALL. WILL D. GOULD.
J. H, ULANOUAItD.
MARSHALL GOULD & BLANCHARO,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
IS aud 19 Temple Block, Los Angeles. Cal.
Will practice In all the Courts of this State,
aud attend to business in U. S. Land Oliice.
tf—2
CEORCE J. CLARKE,
NOTARY FUBLIC-COMMIHSIONER OF
Deeds for Arizona, and Broker. Oflice,
Gauahl 4 McDanlels, Downey Block.
Je 19-tf—2
V. E. & F. H. HOWARD,
AT LAW,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
oc2-tf —2
A. H. JUDSON. J. W. GILLETTE.
Att'y at Law
JUDSON, & GILLETTE,
EXAMINERS OF TITLES.
37 1-2 Spring St., Los Angels*, Cat.
oc2-tf-2
M-»gaii!!!!BL _■»
j DRUGS MEDICINES.
NEW DRI-Gr STORE!
V. CHEVALLIER
HAS OPENED AN ELEGANT DRUG
Store, In
SICNORET'S NEW BUILDING,
Main St., opp. Pico House,
Well assorted with fresh and pure medicines
Also n splendid assortment of
PERFUME, HAIR BRUSHES,
Snonges, and every toilet article from the
best houses of the United States and France.
American and French patent medicines.
lC.u_li-.li. Frenob and Spanish
Languages are Spoken.
V.Chevalller has been established in San
Francisco sinee '49, and his long rxpe-lence
in the drug business will recommend him to
the confidence nnd patronage of the people
and medical fraieruity of Los Angeles.
se p2S-_f __________«
aatms———«c»-«—imm—i miss——«s«m»»
~" MISCELLANEOUS.
T. C. BWIGART. JOS. HUHKK. JR.
BWIGART & HUBER,
DBALBHSIN
STOVES, TIN,
COPPER AND SHEET-IRON - WARE
AND
CROCKERY WARE, GLASS,
Hardware and Willow-ware,
LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
PLUMBINC AND CAS FITTINC
Done to Order.
Sign el the Big Red Coffee-Pot,
NO. 110 MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
Jun2Jtf-6
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1875.
BUSINESS CARDS.
M. W. PERRY,
ROOK BINDER.
Downey Block, Cor. New High and Temple
streets. octll-2n>''
wm. abboTtT
I General Undertaker.
FINE METALIC COFFINS,
The Best In the World.
Always on hand, and all kind j of Coffins
ready at one hour's notice. Apply at his
FURNITURE WARERDOMS,
No. 16 Main street,
Near the Pico House. octl7-ly
J. STRELITZ.
MERCHANT TAILOR, AND FASHION
ABLE CLOTHIER.
No. 73 Main Street, in front of the
Orient Saloon, liowuey Block.
A large stock of the newest Cloths. Good
fl ts sua ran teed. m r*J4-t f—2
D. W M A CLE LLAN,
Searcher of Records and Conveyancer,
ROOM 13 DOWNEY BLOCK.
nov22tl
O.W.PARKER.
Teacher and Conductor of
VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Residence, No. <itt spring St.
PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED.
All orders left at the above rooms, or at
Brodriek's Book store, will receive prompt at
tention. augtiOtf
H. J. STEVENSON.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
U S Deputy Land and Mineral Surveyor.
Surveys of all kinds in the city or at a dis
tance. Maps Blade, Field notes and descrip
tions furnished dec.
OFFICE—NO. 36 MAIN STREET,
Los Angeles, Cal. netSOtf
c. j. westonT
ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER
AND
DRAUGHTSMAN,
U. 8. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Room ttl,
Temple Block, Third Story, Lou Angeles, Cal
ifornia, inylutf— ;i
VETERINARY SURGEON.
OSCAR C. BALDY, V. 8., TREATS ALL
diseases of the horse. Can be round
al corner Fourth ami Fort streets. Los Ange
les, Cal. au2 tf-2
LUMBER-YARDS.
LUMBER AT~ REDUCED
— AT —
Perry | Wood worth & Co.'s
LUMIJER YARDS
— AND —
PLAN I N G MILLS,
No. 16 4°ouimerrial street, near Kail
roatl I>«|k>i. rar2o-tf— 3
J. C. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS
Posts. Shakes.
Plaster Paris,
CEMENT anti HAIR.
Corner of Alameda and First streets.
LOS ANGBLBS, CAL.
W. W. ROBINSON,
AGENT.
Holman's team ready in yard to deliver or
ders. sep3tf
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
LUMBER DEALERS,
CORNER OF
Alamedu and First Sts.,
DEALERS IN
Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft.
Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " "
Flooring at - - - 42 50 " " "
They constant ly keep on hand
DOORS,
WINDOWS,
BLINDS,
POSTS,
SHINGLES,
LATHS,
SHAKES,
II AIR, PLASTER OF PAKIS, ETC., ETC
ap2B-tf—s
GAREViT
Seml-Tropical Nurseries.
Located on San Penro street, two miles south
of City Hall.
The largest, stock or Northern and Seml-
Tropical Fruit Trees in the State.
40 Varieties of Citrous Trees.
Call and examine my stock. Priced Cata
logue sent free. Address P. O. Box 528, Los
Angeles, Cal. THOS. A. GAREY.
declB-6m
P LAUTH FRITZ MEN-.
NEW YORK BREWERY,
PHIL. LAUTH & CO.,
(Successors to Chris. Henne) Proprietors.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST IiBIL
LIANL LAGER HEER SOUtU of
San Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or KoTTLWD ts. X
promptly attended to. _.'-'«, .
The celebrated Seer iroiu this Btewerv de
ties compel it lon In the State. mrS-tf—s
"pTAL^CE~dALOONr
TO MAIN S>T. f Temiil« Block,
Los Anoki.es, Cal.
A fine stock of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
kepi constantly on hand, and Liquors bottled
expressly for family use. Also
J I_. WILLIAMS,
oct9tf Proprietor.
Delmonico Restaurant,
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL. Los Angeles, California.
OPEN at ALL HOURS.
aa-Th? choicest delicacies of the Best Mar
kets always on the Kill o' Fare, Elegant
DINNERS AND LUNCHES at a, momimt's
notice. JAS. MUNIU >E A CO.,
no2-t— 8 Proprietors.
LIFE'S POSSIBILITIES.
Now Is ihe key-note of life's blessed psalm,
Which few can render with artist lo ski! 1.
In whose Immortal cadence dwells the charm
Of noble effort, blending with God's will!
All things are possible of which we dream;
Faith works her problems out to find them
real;
Trust heaven for tUat which must remuin
unseen
And lift the soul unto Us own Ideal.
STRANGE DREAMS.
Three Singular and Sign i lies , I Via.
ions.
A recent writer narrates the follow
ing significant dream relative to the
Dr. Parkman murder, and which, in
all its unpleasant details,was dreamed
twice over:
Dr. Webster, Professor of Chemistry
In Harvard College, was convicted of
the murder of his acquaintance—we
cau barcHv say his friend—Dr. Park
man. A lady, well known to the lit
erary world, and then residing in
London, had, some years previously,
paid a long visit to the United States,
during which she became intimately
acquainted with Dr. Webster, who
showed her much kindness and atten
tion. After her return to England she
continued to correspond with his fam
ily, and one day. in the early autumn
of 1848, a gentleman related to Dr.
Parkman called upon her, with an in
troduction from Professor Webster.
On that night she went to bed at her
usual hour, but soon experienced a
horrible dream. She fancied that she
was being urged by Dr. Webster to
assist him it: concealing a set of hu
man bones in a wooden box, and she
distinctly recollected that there was a
thigh-bone which, after failing to
break it into pieces, they vainly at
tempted to insert, In it it was too long.
While they wore trying to hide the
box, as she Fancied, under her bed, she
awoke in tt state of horror and cold
perspiration. She Instantly struck a
light and tried to dispel the recollec
tion other horrible vision by reading.
After a lapse Of two hours, during
which she determinedly fixed her at
tention on Ihe book,she put out the
lights and soon fell asleep. The same
literal dream recurred, after which she
did not dare—although a woman of
singular moral and physical courage—
to attempt lo sleep any more that
night. Nofhing more at the time was
thought of these dreams, but soon after
the news reached England that Dr.
Parkman was missing; that the last
time he was seen alive he was entering
tlie college gates, sn_ that the janitor
was suspected of having murdered
him. On the writer mentioning tiiis
to the lady she at once exclaimed:
"Oh, my dreams! Dr. Webster must
be the murderer!" The next mail but
one brought the news that the true
murderer had been detected. And at
the very time when the lady's dreams
occurred Dr. Webster must have been
actually struggling to get the bones—
the flesh having previously been
burned —into rv -wooden box nnch tut
she had seen, and that after attempt
ing in vain to break the thigh bones,
he had hidden them elsewhere.
The Lafayette, Indiana Journal, is
the authority for a very singular
double dream: ''Two ladies, residing
in different parts of that oity,dreamed
about the same hour in the night that
a man, whom neither of them dis
tinctly Identified at the time, lay a
corpse in their respective door-yards.
Botli awakened their husbands with
their moaningsand alarming cries. In
the dream of one of the ladies the vic
tim was a near neighbor, and she be
sought her husband to go at once and
call on the said neighbor and inquire
if all was right. The husband, refus
ing to go, attempted to quiet his wife
with the assurance that her fears were
unduly aroused by a stroke of night
mare. Nothing could induce her,
however,to sleep; and early on the en
suing morning she hastened to the
house of a neighbor and found him in
so precarious a condition that he died
three hours afterward. On hearing of
the event the other lady recognized in
the deceased the identical features
which appeared in her dream, and
whose tragical expression so much
disturbed her.
A case bearing some resemblance to
this is related by one Helmore, the
first mat c of the brig Red Jacket in
1844. While at sea, after having
weathered a terrific gale in the lati
tude of Rermunda, Helmore, retired
to his berth, and immediately fell
into a troubled sleep. He dreamed
that his father, who had died twelve
years before, came to hitn with the in
telligence that his uncle John, with
three companions, were exposed to
the sea in an open boat, and that it
was iv his power to rescue them. Af
ter having conducted the sleeper to
the scene of the wreck and back again,
the visitor informed him that to ac
complish the desired end he must
slightly turn the ship to the South
east by Easterly course, whereupon he
departed. Aroused by this dream,
Helmore communicated the same to
the pilot, and they together concluded
to make the experiment, unknown to
the Captain, and, suiting the action to
the word, changed the vessel's course
two points to the Ease. Having kept
her so for four hours, or until day
break, they were actually awarded for
their pains by the welcome salute
from ihe ratlins of "Boat ahoy!"
What is very remarkable is the fact
that one of the four rescued men was
the veritable uncle John alluded to in
the dream, whose brig, the Joseph
Drown, from Liverpool for Jamaica,
had sprung a leak and sunk ten days
before. A most extraordinary coinci
dence is still further afforded in the
fact that the uncle dreamed the night
previous that he and his comrade
would be picked up by a passing ves
sel on the appioachihg morning.
A Spanish Recipe.
A writer says: The Spaniards have
a mode of preserving which is quite
peculiar to tbonaielyes. A slice heing
cut off frODQ one cud cif a large melon,
the seeds and soft parts of the flesh are
removed, and into the hollow thus
formed ti luscious heterogeneous crowd
Of apricots, nectarines and peaches, of
oranges, both sweet and bitter, of slices
of pine-apples,or strawberries, of rasp
berries, Is pressed and closely packed;
then all is steeped in the preserving
syrup, the slice is restored to the end
Of the melon, re-united by the sticki
ness of tbe sugar. How long it re
mains under treatment, how often the
syrup may be made to simmer, are
details unknown to us; what we do
know it that the final result is alto
gether the supremest form of preserved
fruit.
The minister had informed his
hearers that they could not expect to
win "tie heavenly stake with the four
aces of faith, hope, charity and virtue,
while the Lord held a flush ."
He got not further in this figure of
speech, for at that instant there was a
hubbub in the main aisle, aud as the
preacher descended with frightful ye
loclty from the pulpit and disappeared
through the back door just ahead of a
No. 12 boot, the voice of the most
prominent deacon was heard to ex
claim: "We don't want no snoozer of
a preacher what don't know as four
uces beat a plain flush."
LINES OF TRAVEL.
LOS ANGELES DIVISION
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD.
AND
STEAMERS.
IMPOR r ANT CHANCES.
On and after THURSDAY, January 14lh,
1875, and until further notice, trains will run
every day as tollows:
LEAVES LOS ANGELES:
FOR AKKIVE.
Anaheim 9:30 A. M. 11:00 A. M.
Wilmimfton 10:15 " 11:30 "
Spadrtl 2:45 P. M. 4:30 P. M.
Wilmington 3:45 " s:oi> "
San Fernando B:3u " 9.30 "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
I.EAVK. AHKIVK.
Han Fei mmdo B:l"i A. M. 7:15 a.m.
StMdni 7:45 " t»:20 "
Wilmington 7:40 " »:Wi "
Anaheim 1:00 " 2:30 "
Wilmington 1:00 *' 2:15 "
"ON STEAMKIt DAYS."
Time of trains between Los Angeles and Wil
mington will he varied so ns to connect with
steamer.
The lime of Fisher & Thstoher, 07 Main
street, lias been adopted by this company.
ap2B-l —10 B. E. HEWITT. Hupt.
GQOQALL, NELSON & PEBKINS'
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
San Francisco and Los Angeles,
i'liE STEAMSHIPS
VENTURA, ORIZABA
AND
MOHONGO'
« ,iiti.::; at Nnuta Barbara only,
AND
STEAMSHIP SENATOR.
Calling at Santa Huz v ra and Sun Luis
Obispo, also at San Buenavoutura and San
Simeon for passengers only.
8 C H IE D U L E.
_ a _ __
3S 3>g li
Stkamkrs. a" II m* St
» P£ fm
Senator Feb 20 Feb 2JI Feb 25 Feb 27
Mohongo " 23 " 26 " 27 Mar 1
Orizaba " 2> " 27 Mar 1 " 3
Ventura " 27 Mar 1 " 8 " 5
Senator Mar 4 " 7 •' 0 " 11
Orizaba " 8 " 10 " 12 " 14
Mohongo " 13 " 15 " 17 " 19
Senator. " 16 " 19 " 21 " 23
Orizaba " 19 " 21 " 23 " 25
Moliongo " 21 " 26 -'28 "30
Senator " 27 " 30 Apl 1 Apl S
c trizaba " 30 Apl 1 " 3 " 5
Mohongo Apl 5 " 7 " 9 " II
Sennter " 7 '• 10 " 12 " 14
Orizaba " 10 " 12 " 14 " 16
Los Angeles and San Dieoo
Steamers
VENTURA, ORIZABA and MOHONGO
Uo throtiKli to Sau Itiegro, car.* tin at
Ai.'nheini Landing.
Leave San Pedro Feb. 25th, 27t.h, Mar. Ist,
10th, 15th, 21st and 26th, Apl. Ist,7th and 12lh.
THE STEAMER
S E N A T O I£
GOES TO ANAHEIM LANDING ONLY.
SAN LUIS, SAN SIMEON, SANTA CRUZ,
MONTEREY and SAN FRANCISCO.
THE CONSTANT!NE
Leaves Santa Barbara March 13 and 24, April
4, for above named ports.
Han rraueisco. Nan Bleiro, aud Way
Ports.
Steamers KALORAMAA and GIPSY,
Carryng combustibles and other freight, will
leave San Francisco about every ten days.
VICTORIA, 13. C.
Steamers leave San, Francisco on the sth,l:itli
20th and27t h of' very month,except when those
dates fall on Sunday, then on the day follow
ing.
Plans of Steamers' Cabins at. Agent's oflice.
For Passage or Freight apply to
H. McLELLAN,
Ag't. for Los \ngeles Co.
Office, 61 Main street, opposite tsadof Com
merclai. itmH
Through by Daylight to San
Bernardino.
L.TAGES via CHINO, RIN- ___*___£!_
kV'uN and RIVERSIDE,car-
lying tlie United Statts mails " m
express, leaves SPAD A every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 8 A. M. The
entire trip Is made by daylight, thus afford
ing tourists and travelers an opportunity o
passing over some of the tlnest portions o
Southern California,
The route passes throuiili tho beautiful col
ony of Riverside and the famous Uluno
ranch.
Tickets should be purchased and seats se
cured of the agent in Los Angeles.
H W. ROBINSON, supt.
STAGE OFFICE—No. 15 Main street.
J. L. WARD, AgenL
declo tf
LIQUORS, ETC.
FASHION SALOON.
61 ftswuey "lock. Main St.
WOLF cSc GATES,
Proprietors.
The Ctoicest Ales, Beer, Wines,
• AND —
Klqiors ol" till Kinds.
Hot Lunch Served Every Day and Evening.
A_L THE LATE PAPERS
On file for lie use of guests. Club and Read
ing Roons, wanned and well ventilated.
It Is the ntcntlon of tho Proprietors to so
conduct .hi house as to preserve the good
name it lai already earned. sep!Blf
GO TO I
361
T THE
IP FASHIONABLE
T TAILOE,
I
fe* OF F-^SHIIOIsr,
feb2B*lm ><». lis .11 AIN ,*» I'BKE'F,
IDTO. 33,
NEW HOUSE,
Corner Aliso and Alameda Streets.
SIMON LEVY
Has opened at the above place, an extensive stock of
Provisions, Groceries,
Wines and Liquors.
Half a pound of Sugar and half a pound of Coffee more to the
dollar is there given than in any other house in the city, and all
other goods are sold in the same proportion.
Country produce taken in exchange at market rates. Also,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant.
General dealer in all kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCTIONS,
HIDES, GRAIN AND WOOL.
Makes advances on Consignments to all parts of the United Stase.
Nos. 33, 3-4 *V: 35, _A_liso street.
Los Angeles, Cal. 622
(FORMERLY 0. RAPHAEL AND CO.),
REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE V. S. HOTEL
DKALERB IN
_Paiiits, Oils, Varnishes,
Hriit-ilK's. aind O lass.
I nn-ing-glanfi PI a tea. Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES
AGENTS ITOI- TH _C
California Chemical Paint Company.
I_IJ3ItJI*AI- lIN 1> U<J EMEN TS OFFKKED
TO my 6 8m IS
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
BANKING HOUSES.
THE 13^I\lv.
WM. WORKMAN. r. P. F. TKMI'I.K.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN.
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOH ANGELES.
Receive Deposits, issue their Certificates and
transact a
UKNEHAL BANUINU 111 M\» -,s
DRAW ON THE LONDON ANli SAN FRANCISCO BANK ILIMITEDI.
AT SAN FRANCISCO
Exchange for sale on
New York, Hamburg,
London, Berlin and
Paris, Ifraiikftirl.
Legal Tenders, Bullion. Golii Dust mid liuv
ernment,State, County and City Bonds bought
and Bold. Receive valuables lor sale keep
ng. —10
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
SAVINGS BANK
MAIN BTUEET,
Low Angeles, Cnl.
CAPITAL STOCK, :: ::: : $300,0b0
Pkksidknt J. S. SLAUSON
Vice-President J. M. GRIFFITH
DIRECTOKM:
J. S. SLAUSON, J. M. GRIFFITH
V. A. HOOVER, ROBERT S. BAKER,
J. BIXBY, H. B. TICHENOK,
GEORGE S. DODGE.
ODen for business from 10 a. m. till 8 c. M.,
hi d Saturday evenings from 8 to 8 o'clock.
Deposits received in auy amounts.
Money to loan on real estate in amounts
and for length of time desired.
Jlytf-tf— 6
FORWARDING & COMMISSION.
BELLMAN, HAAS & CO.,
Forwarding A Commission
MEItCHAIS TS,
HAVE FOB SALK
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THE BEST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of tho choicest Imported Brands.
PAINTN, OILS, LOOKS AND MAKHKN,
BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
14 and 16 Los Angeles and Commercial St
LOS ANGELES. noXIl—I
J. L. WARD,
Commission M erelm n<.
AGENT,
/■ETNA INSURANCE CO.;
UNION INSURANCE CO.
„ _ (Hire and Marinei.
No. 36 Slain Street.
NUMBER 135.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE,
FURNITURE.
DOTTER & BRADLEY,
(Successors to Dotter & Lord),
Have now the Largest Stock ever
brought here.
Have Just received v large lot directly from
the East, and ooidiaUy invite the
pub.le to examine their goods
antl price same.
Carpets,
Oil Cloths,
Matting,
(Si 0. Ktc. Etc.
Nidney Lacey,
(With Dotter A Bradley),
s still selling everything in above
lines at Reduced Prices, and
guarantees Work and Goods.
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
DOTTER & BRADLEY
Are still Agents for the
WROVKR, & BAKUR
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW
ING MACHINE,
And would beg leave to call attention
to the fact that
FOUR
New and Ditstinet and
Important
Impiovementa have been added to
tkis Machine recently, m iking
it past all competition.
86 MAIN STREET. 86
LOS ANGELES. ■
Jlyl *ign of the Bi k Re.l Chair. tflO
CALIFORNIA NURSERY^
cokneh or
Vejar tnd San Pedro Streets,
A fine variety ol Kruit. Troes, including
Cherry ani I'luni, which ure warranted to
grow und hear abundant ly every yew.
PED ROM. VEJAR
JaniH-flm
ladies: hair dressing
ESTABLISHMENT.
CAROLINE C. BURTON.
I" ADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL
J styles. Braids, Lurls and Water/Win
mude at the shortest ■ notice. Tangled hair
straighten*! and made into any shape. Per
umes of the finest quality on hand and tor
sale. No. • Spring street, Lot Ange'ea. Cal.

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