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VOL. XV.
.-lUhed eve, y morning except. Mon
day.
BY
,i.,->e:i'U L>. L.VJN* li.
T*fl .13 FOR DAILY HERALD:
I or I.ln.tiin, by mall ne«xpreaa .tljj
Six n t.nths " " I
rhre*- inonihs " - a
Delivered by oarriers, per week 35 cents
OSANUELES WEEKLY HERALD
lapuhllsned every Saturday morning.
TERMS.
<juh yes r.hy mull or expross,onocopy..t3Uo
Six months, " •» " " •••] «£
Threo " " " " ~1 OO
Advertisements Inserted at reasonable
rates.
ail Kinds el Job-work done to
Cans tMte with Na>» f>i»sitiUi>» is
Prloe.Style, stud Elegance ol Works
naanenls,.
Late Telegrams.
.z,sd/.vkmv
Mojavb, March.6.—Los Augelea
—L Laasaner, Hardy Gray, A O
Thomas, J Rublo, M Muller, A F
Kuflel, F H Rollins, Col. Ivertiar,
Capt H T Smith, Mrs John Bordy,
Mra Geo Taylor,H White and wife,
J F Miller, X J Baldwin.
San Gabriel—(ion Sloneman.
Colton—Mr and Mra SatterwhKe,
Mr and MrsHalabury.
Arizona—J W Gashwijer, W C
Deaburnell, John Colton, B J Fox,
Jbh H Todd.
New Mexico—J B McGee.
MOJAVB, March 7.—Loa Angelea
—Mre 8 8 Melyin, Mrs L H Miller
and daughter, .f II Mayes, John
Mansfield, Dan Yost, Chaa T Hea
ly, H Isaacs, Percy VV Riga, Roht
Loweuberg, F lacla, E Bowman,
S tula Ana —Wm Harring.
Colton—J Krowlton, ]r, W B
Greenbei f.
Riverside—Miss C C Curtis.
Arizona —BHCoflnian, M Con,
Chaa H Tony, A Brade, A D Kili
buro, W B Hopkins.
An liisano iimsiii II rr,r
DANVILLE (Pa.), March 0 —
About 9 o'clock last nl»ht a fire
broke out. iv the female depart
ment nf the insane asylum two
miles mirth ol this place. In a few
minutes that department, was in
flames, aud the fire rapidly spread
lo tbe male department. At this
liuie, 11 o'clock, tbe lire ia still
burning, aud telegram* ate being
sent to surrounding towna for aasie
tauue. Great loss of life is report
ed. There were four or Aye hun
dred inmates of the Asylum, nf
whom Ihe greater partare supposed
to be lost. Some of them have es
caped tv Ihe woods and aredllllcult
to Uud, but it is believed at thia
lime that moit of llioui perished.
LATEX.
Bet ween 8 and 9 o'clock this even
ing HameS were aeen lo issue from
the Insane Asylum about two
miles north of thla place. An alarm
was quickly eouuded, and strenu
ous efforts ware made to rescue tho
inmates, of whom there were be
tween 400 and 501) The tire spread
with frightful rapidity, enveloping
tbe enllie building iv flames in a
very abort time. Aid was at onco
telegraphed for to Saubury, Wil
llamsport and Mlltoh, to forward
1)11 aid possible. Five companies
were started to the scene, but on
their arrival were of little avail,
owing to the scarcity of water. The
escaping inmates eoattered wildly
In every direction, and ran scream
ing across the country through ths
snow. Owing to the excitement
It I* impossible to obtain any pos
itive Information as to the numtier
of live* lost nnd the amount of
damage to property. The building
is 1,100 feet loQg.andcoat $1,(100,0110
In Its construction.
Tbe Superintendent of the Asy
lum is Dr, 8. 8. Cohullze. The tire
is supposed to have originated by
escaping gas iv one of tbe rooms,
Ignited by an iumate entering with
a light.
A Mannar « ■*»••),
Baltimore, March o.—A collis
ion occurred about 2 o'olook yester
day afternoon near Severn station,
14 miles south of this olty, on ibe
Baltimore and Potomac road, be
tween the second section of the
fast train north, which left Wash
ington at 1:10 P. M., and a train of
empty passenger cars drawn by
two engines, going south to Wash
ington. The train from Washing
ton was niade up of four Pullman
sleeping oars next to the engine
and tender. The first, which waa
a special oar chartered by J. Wy
man Young of Shaniokln, Pa., con
tained tbo friends of Young aud
oltlien of Sbemokln aud vicinity;
the next three contained the Cleve
land olty troops, whloh acted a
special esoort to President Garfleld
from Cleveland to Washington,
and ware returning aa a special es
cort to ex-Preaideut Hayea. The
fifth coach contained ex-President
Hayes and family and friends. The
sixth ooach waa a speacial car,
in wbich were James Mason, coun
sel of the Lake ribore road, and A.
O. Armstrong, an offloer of tbe
same road, from Cleveland. It
contained, also, the families of
tbese gentlemen and their friends,
snd waa followed by a baggage oar.
Next oame tbe special oar of Daniel
P. Eels, President ot tbe Ohio Cen
tral road and President of the Com
mercial Bank of Cleveland, in
whloh were his family and friends.
This eoaoh was followed by a oar
eontalnlng twelve horses of the
Cleveland troops, and made up the
train. At the time ot the oolilsloo
tb* north-bound train was going at
s rapid rate. Tbe first Pullman
oar, Wblob wss the special ear obar-
tared by Young, of Bhamokln, re
eelved tb* ebook of tbe collision
and wss partially telescoped Into
tbs atsoaa ear, oonlalolog tbe
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
over left eye and ear; J. W. Sl
monds, cut ou tbe left Bide of tbe
head; D. D. Dormeo, scalp wound;
W. P. Morell, back of head cut;
J). D. Geiger, lingers and head cut;
J. Johnson, conductor Pullman car,
leg broken. None of the other
passengers were hurt. Of tho em
ployes of the road, John Oliver, the
baggage-master, was killed. H.
Freeman, engiuemau, had his skull
fractured; John Unglauh, engine
man, head cut and badly bruised
on lege nnd aide; Robert Oliver, E.
M. Skeen, Q. Frese, Jacob Ryder,
Robert Everhalt anil William Tal
bot, train hands, more or less cut
and bruised, but not seriously.
As soon as information of the
collision was received here a wreck
ing train was scut out with surge
ous to attend the wounded, which
returned to Baltimore with all the
passengers and wounded, reaching
the Union depot between 5 and 6
o'clock. The wounded are being
properly cared for and most of tho
pußsengers are at the hotels. Ex-
President. Hayes aud family areut
Samuel M. ShOemakei'-t, The pas
sengers and Bttcli of the wounded as
arc able will leave fur their respect
ive destinations to-night. Mason
and Armstrong state that none nf
the (Jleuvelatui citizens are at all
injured. None nf the eats wete
damaged except the first autl sec
ond Pullmuu ears AM three en
gines are tiadly wrecked, The offi
cers of tne Baltimore and Potonj*c
mud state that the empty train,
drawn by two engines, first started
for Washington with rxpreek in
struotatitHi In Me over on a siding ut
Sevni elation until the secnud
section of the fust train from Wash
ington had pissed, 11.at order w.-s
disobeyed uud the collision re
sulted.
American Ctticftfv never,
llciy tie no . it* el Uiaeasta
»•«»■.
Chicago, Much G—The Direo
torn uf the Board of Trade yester
day adopted tho following resolu
tions:
Wheueas, It ia reporttd that
Hie offiulal-representatives of for
eign Governments in this couutty
have iniiniiii.il that the dlseuae In
swine prevails iv tliia country, ami
especially In Illinois, to an alatui
iug extent, which report* have
teuded to fifently demoralize tho
trade in hog products; and whereat)
all reliable reports, ollleial uud oth
erwise, leud lo prove that diseases
of swnio prevail to a very much
lest extent ut Ihe present timo and
for (lie past year than in previous
years, ami have never been of a
character to justify alarm or un
easiness in respect (o the meats
tbat are packed for human con
sumption, f.r. Nt care having al
ways been hud to exclude from
audi use! any BUlmsls that are In
any degree Infected with disease;
therefore,
Jienoluni, That In Iho judgment
of the DireOlsre c.f the Board of
Trade of Obioago there ure no
grounds for any apprehension as to
the liealtlifiilnesß uf hog products
packed in tliis country, whether
fur homo consumption or for ex
port, noil tliey emphatically deny
tbat there U ur haa bell auy recent
Increase in the diseases io which
all swine are more or has eubject,
am! a (Hi in that never In the history
of i lie trade was the nroiluct of our
meat packing establishments of ao
high ot healthful a character as ut
the present time,
lien lioi.u in tit s ss. use „f itiiinitioiis
— K*ett«*sa«Mt 1 •■ IretstsMt,
New Yoke, March O—A cable
apeeutl lo the World from London •
of March 6th say>: Tho Land- •
Leaguers, despite the heavy blows
that bave fallen upon them, are
not yet by auy means beaten iv
Parliament, hi it ia found I hat no
measure cau possibly get beyond
Its second reading, unless under a
Vote nf urgency, and thus the
tenth week of tbu session will be
gin with a -block ol bills on All
kinds of business. The Govern
ment cannot get un urgency vote
without tho conudut of the Con
servatives, consequently they are
largely at the mercy or their oppo
nents, iv spite of iho great
vlotoiy which they won at
tbe polls at the last gen
tral election. This position, nat
urally, is regarded as most vexa
tious by the whole Liberal party,
whose leading organ,the Spectator,
complains bitterly to-day that the
Liberal majority iv the House of
Commons Is utterly paralyzed, and
says: " I'll Us the ninth week of the
session has passed, and we are not
evou iv sight of a measure that tbe
I.iueruls can take satisfaction iv,"
Similar repining* ooms from all
parte of tbe country, Tho main re*
suit of the Speaker's rule is, after
all, to throw the c introl of the
business into the huudaof tho Con
servative minority. The Irish
members are indefatigable In op
posing dilatory motions to all bills
uot backed by un urgency vote o
two-thirds of the House
Au Aararinn Stiirtlcr.
A cable special to tho Herald
from Dublin of Maroh sth pays: A
.horrible agrarian murder was com
mitted iv County Westmeath last
night at Multy-Farnbam, about
seven miles from Mulliugar, A
man uumed Farrelly, who aonie
yeara ugo look a farm from which
another man had been evicted, waa
shot by two men In a field near his
own borne. FarreHy had been
transacting business at Multy
Farnbam fair. About 2:30
o'clock he proceeded to walk home
acro-a the holds by a short cut to
his bouse. After orosalng a few
fields be was met by two men, one
of whom discharged a pistol at bim.
He fell, and when he waa lying on
the ground, the second man tired
several abota from a revolver, all.of
which took effect. Farrelly has
slnoe succumbed to his wounds.
Previous to tbe time he had been
guarded by the police. No arrests
were made.
Uiailatassa uiainme l.
The deadlock lv legislation bas
been a source of great mortification
to Gladstone, whose recovery ha*
been muoh retarded by bis anxle
LOS ANGELES. TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH; 8 1881.
uo to support the present strain of
osre and overwork. I understand,
upoli good authority, that the
shook of his recent fall iv getting
out of his carriage did not tell so
severely on him as did the loss of
blood from hissoslp wound, which
left him terribly weak. That his
Administration should have done
no more than pass the Irish Coer
cion bill and push war iv tbe
Tranaavaat is a ground of popular
reproach against him which causes
tbe Premier sincere distress.
AtaerleaM stecurll c, l„ LnstduH.
London, March 6th.— The United
States funded loans are again In
favor, In consequence of the failure
of the Funding bill. During tbe
last few days there has been a gen
eral reoovefy iv American railway
stocks,
A Grand Reputation.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure bas reached a reputation that
is not limited by [he confines of
section or country. Tbere are no
injurious substances nor false and
temporary stimulants in tho pre
paration. It is purely vegetable
and compounded Under a formula
that bus passed severe tests and
won endorsements from some of
tile highest medical talent In the
Country.—JV Y. World.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LAkA^VE
ProparsilfronM.-'ft/' tropical
fruits and plants.
Is thorough in
its Medicinal
Action, and yet
so agreeable
to the taste that patrons of
ten disregard our injunction
to divide the lozenge into
parts (say two doses) to meet
their respective cases. At the
outset it is especially essen
tial to observe the directions
closely till one becomes ac
customed to its use — when
mild action and the most
satisfactory results are sure
to follow.
Trillion and children, snd thow who dislike taking
pill, and nauseous medicines to secure cathartic action,
are especially pleased witb its agreeable Qualities.
Try it once, and you will esteem it highly as
a sate, pleasant, and effective remedy.
Packed in bronzed tin boxes only.
Price, 25 cents.
Large boxes, 60 cents.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BUSINESS CABDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE '
AND CONVEYANCERS,
itooms IS and 14. McDonald Block,
Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal.
septtltf
PHINEAS BANNING,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSIO
WILMINGTON, Los Anu'elcs county. Cal.
Vessels towed, Roods lightered, lumber i
sold and trratn stored, with
ACCUSTOMED PUOMPTNESS.
oo7tr
E. MARTIN AOO„
WHOLESALE
Dealer*.
MAIN ST.,
BAKBU BLOCK, LOS ANGELES
oar We have received a few paokaces of
choice old
MUSCAT hi L ANGELICA OF 1873 AND
PORT WINE Ot 187 S.
Both are or native make and rich In
flavor and quality, Tbey are specially
suited for family use. Give us a call.
mbSt.l E. MARTIN * CO.
H. NE WM ARK & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers.
Dealer In Wool, Grain, Hides.
U, 13 &15 LOS ANGELES T.
asjtf
C. E. BROWN. W. E. MORFORD.
MORFORD & BROWN,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, VINE
YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES
FOB SALE.
ALSO,
Commission Merchants.
Dealers In Wool,_OralTi and Live Stook
Corner Spring and Temple Streets,
au3-3m Loa Angeles, Cal.
aessssssssssssssssssssssassaMsssssssssssasssssssi
Grape Cuttings
I have for sale at my place, ON SAN
PEDRO STREET, a large assortment ol
GRAPE CUTTINGS, embracing the
Beet Foreign Varieties.

PHYSICIANS.
A. F. Darling, M. D..
OCULIST AND AURIBT.
OFFICE IN LANFRANCO BLOCK.
Reference: New York Eye and Ear In
firmary, N.Y. Jylt-8m
Dr. Griffin,
■orOfßce snd Residence—EAST SIDE
OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST.
Dr. N. P. RICHARDBON,
Physlolaii and S^urjjreon
Residence, Fort Hill, l Office, Mascarel
Buena Vista street. I Building, upstairs.
J. lIANNON, M. I).,
rO'UNTY PHYSICIAN.
MASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS.
Residence, cosmopolitan Hotel,
Main street.
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from
1 to 1 P. M. ap'JO-tf
Joseph Kurtz, M. D.
Offlce—No. 82, MAIN STREET, over
Dotter A Bradley's. Residence— Buena
Vista street.
Eye and Ear a specialty. myltf.
J. W. HOLLINCBWORTH,
DENTIST.
Rooms 3 and 1, overt Ity of Tarls store,
spring Sireet.
ju.7 3m
J. E. BUBKS,
DENTIST.
Office in new.City of Paris building.
gar-Dental Work, at Eastern t'riccs.-SM
j. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
OJMt.ERS nt

DOORS, WINDOWS,
P.LIND3, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
-ii-
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'o
LUMBER YARDS
— AttS —'
PLANING MILLS,
Ho. IS (.'otmnerolnl street. n«ctt
KajlraiMt I>eP»t inrJO-lf-
D. DESMOND,
________ —i
eg |
NOW READY, THE
New Fall Style Dress Hats
aar-All the loidlng shapes In SOFT and
STIFF FELT HATS.
$£»30th'a£*
Popular Monthly Drawing of the
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
AT MAOAULEY'S THEATER,
IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE,
OnThursduy March. 81, MMM,
These drawings, occur monthly (Sun
days excepted), under provisions of an
Act of tho General Assembly of Ken
tucky, Incorporating the Newport. Print
lug and Newspaper Co., approved April
9,1878.
oar This Is a special act, and has never
been repealed.
Tho United States Circuit Court on
March3lst, remlorod the following deci
sions.
Ist—That tho Commonwealth Distri
bution Company is legal.
2,l—lts drawings aro /air.
Tbe Company has now on hand
a large reserve fund. Head the list ot
prizes for the
MARCH DRAWING.
1 Prise ™......„ *30,000
1 Prise ..„ 10,000
1 Prlie „ „ S.OiiO
10 Prises, tlOOOeaab lo.noO
90 I'rlses, $50n each 10,0(10
100 Prizes, 1100 each _ 10,000
200 Prises, 150 each „ 10.000
600 Prizes, j«l each 12,000
1000 Prizes. JlO each........ 10,000
t) Prizes, 93011 eaoh, Approxima.
tlou prizes 2,700
9 Prizes, $200 eaoh, Approxima
tion priceß 1,800
9 Prizes, $100 eaoh. Approxima
tion prizes.. H „ 900
19V0 I'rlzoa 1112,400
Whole Tickets, $2. Half Tloaets, $1.
' 27 Tickets, $50. 6i Tickets, $WO.
Remit Money .or Bank Draft In Letter
orseud by Express, Don't send by reg
istered letter or Postofflce order. Orders
of $5 ami upward, by Express, can be
sent at our c • pease. Address all orders
to
R. M. BOARDMAN.
Courier-Journal building, Louisville, Ky.,
or T. J, I'O.MMERFORD, 31* Broadway,
Now York. n5-dAw
H. SLOTTERBECK
77 Main Street.
Cuiv Pistols, Rifles,
Ammunition. Cutlery,
....AND mm
Kl'O It TING GOODS
07 ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Also n floe SHOOTING GALLERY.
REPAIRING
' OF FINE GTJNB A BPBUIALTY.
alttf sr___t_SJJ
" '-■ ■*- ■ ■ stnTfirlrSlii
MISCELLANEOUS.
PHILADELPHIA •
BREWERY!
1). M AHLSfEDT, Proprietor.
The purest and most delicious LAGER
BKKK munuiitctured in Sou thorn Cali
fornia. Orders for Draught or Bottled
Seer filled on short notice.
OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. JelU
NEW YORK BREWERY
PHIL. LAUTH
'Successor tn Chris. Honne) Proprietor
Rie CLEAREST, PUREST and MObI
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of
San Franolsco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or EOTTLEI
m.XX promptly attenu'ed to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery
lefieH competition In tho Stato. mrS-tf
tnetr
WiNt fUMPS,
LIGHTH ALL'S PATENT,
Til 10 BEHIIT IIV U9E.
a
Manufactured by
KEYSTONE PUMP WORKS.
429 FOURTH ST., SAN FRANCISCO.
aie-int
J. C. DeTurk.
FEED AND LIVERY STABLES,
Near corner of First and Fort streets..
eoVßuggiOH. spring wagous and saddle
horses to hire.
Doable team and buggy,a day 93.00
Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 2.60
Horse and buggy, per day......... .. 2.50
Hall a day 1.50
OS-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
s22tf
SEED WHEAT
WHIOH WILL NOT RUST
I offer for sale a variety of wheat which
lias been talaed by me for eight years,
and although surrounded by other wheat,
oat" and barley which did rust, YET
NEVER RUSTED.
1 got the soot! from the Patent Offioe 8
years ago, receiving about a quart, and
this has been tho beginning of tho wheat
now for Bale. 1 lost the name, co I have
uo name lor It. It Is a bearded wheat
and It is mixed, thcro bolng two kinds of
it'apparontly. Ills pronounced a better
wheat by M -ssrs. Lankershlm nnd also
by Messrs. Denman to look at than ttie
Odessa. It Is a gond producer and grow
er and I bolltvo It to bo absolutely RU'jT
PROOF.
It will sell It at $2 25 a hundred pounds,
and if it la not rust proof, If the Bret year
of planllng lt is materially injured by
rust, then I will return to such party $1
for eaoh 100 pounds bought.
An early application Is desired from
thOpO wishing to buy. L. J. ROSE.
Los Angeles Infirmary,
CONDUCTED BY
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY.
Hltnnted Opposite tho -Vow
Depot of the &». X*. It. li.i
In a most healthful location nnd easy ol
aecoßs from every part of tho olty.
Terms from SO to 1-4 por Week.
LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS made
with Societies.
For rurther particulars and terms ap
ply to tbe Sisters at the Hospital. la7tf
CapUol Bakery
AND
CONFECTIONERY,
SPRING ST., bolow the Poslofflcc.
as*WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY
CAKES of all styles ulwoys on band.
OUT ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES for
the Holidays. Give me a call.
d7-lm H. SCHUMACHER.
EOFSALE. ~
RANCH CONTAINING 11 ACRES of
land inside the olty limits,on east side
ofStn Pedro street, wlthlu a lew yards
of City Gardens.
Good houso on premises; eight acres
In choice varieties of grape vines; bal
anoo In well solocted trees, of all varie
ties.
For fourther particulars apply to
LA BSPICRANZA STORE.
J.i I:2m 108 Main St.
An Old Auctioneer in a
New Place!
ALFRED MOORE,
Late fron. St. Paul, Minn., may be found
At 41 Los Angeles St.
SBTSond along your Furniture, Stoves,
Bedding, Horses. Buggies, Wagons, and
otber merchandise you may wish to dis
pose of. Auction every Thursday aud
Saturday morning nt U o'olook. Real
estate sales also attended to. d7tt
Orange Trees! Orange Trees!
SO.OOO budded on Orange Stook;
UO.OOO Seedlings,
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT.
Flrst-elaas tress and In good condition.
Write or apply to G. D. CO UPTON, at
Wood bead A Gay's, Spring street, near
the FMtoaV.ee, or to Los Angeles County
I"Sea Anaalss Jan. It. jlttbn
' ~-»'. .. ■ ' . .?..'*{• .is*. ' lit. aiSf *i
LAWYERS.
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN.
A. W. HUTTON. Bint. Atty.
SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON
Attorneyn nt Law.
Ofßoe-ROOMa Noa. 91 and 02, TEM
PLE BLOOK. mar 11-tf
J. Brousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
nos. so and sr. baker block
mhStf
H. M. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Office—ROOMS TS AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOCK. mailt
JNO. 8. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
Graves & Chapman,
Attorneys «St Counsel
lors at Law,
Room No. 0, Baker Block. felltf
~J. G. EASTMAN, A.J. KINO,
a HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS.
Eastman, Haley, Kins &
Bobarts.
Attorneys at Lav.
OFFICE—Nob. 3.1,5 and 6. STHELITZ
3LOCK, Springatreot,Loa Angelea.
Will practice in tbe Supreme and all
state Courts. Particular attention paid
*o land and mining oases. 01-lm
8. C. HUBBBLL.
ATTORNEY AT? LAW, Rooms . aad4
Ducomman s Blook. corner Mo.v '<.
Commercial streets, Los * « eles. may7-tl
HOTELS.
THE PICO HOUSE"
Ih Now Open
For I lie reception of guests.
All ara Invited. FREE CARRIAGES
to the house.
N. R. GRIBWOLD,
n3-lm Proprietor.
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
FIRST-CLASS.
THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN
. CALIFORNIA.
HAMMEL & DENKER Prop's.
This Is tbe only reliably first class
hotel, is situated In the center of the
city of Loa Angeles, contains
nearly a hundred spacious and
airy rooms, newly furnished In the most
comfortable style. Rooms In suites for
families and parties on every floor, with
hot and oold bat ha.
THE TABLE will always be furnished
with the best supplies that oan be pro
cured In the market.
A FREE COACH Is always on Used tc
carry guests to the house.
No pains spared to make gneawoeui
tortable in every way.
A LARGE READING ROOM Opes
night and day.
HENRY HAMMEL,
mrlTtf A. H. DENKER.
MOJAYE HOTEL,
Mojavo Junction, Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEP A RED aksk
to receive Its numerous patronsi'Bl
and the traveling public In general. Be
ing entirely new nnd splendidly fur
nished, lt affords superior accommoda
tions.
ITS TABLE H> HOTE
Is seoond to none In Southern California.
THE BAR la supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD ROOM Is aiso
attached to the house.
All trains atop here for breakfast and
supper, lt Is tne point of departure for
the colebratod Inyo county mines, vis.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and Pan
am in l. Tho office of the
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of the
traveling public Is respectlully solicited
E. H. BOYD,
fcM-tf Proprietor.
THE COMMERCIAL
RESTAURANT
"V. ESOXss PKOP'R,
Downey Blook, Main St.
Receives alive and serves upevery day
the choicest FISH, including BOLE,
X UK HOT and SEA TROUT.
MR. DOL Is the exclusive oonslgnee of
the celebrated FHOMAGE DE BHJE,
which can only be had at this restaurant.
SPRING CHICKENS, Just In from tbe
ranches, cooked In every style.
This Keslaurant Is Los Angeles's Del
monloo. Styitf
r Saddles!
Harness!
E. H. WORKMAN,
Successor to Workman
Brothers,
Is prepared to offer to the nubl le a splen
dld assortment of Harness, saddles,
saddlery Ware, Leather, Whips,
Neats foot Oil,etc., etc.
aar-Qunranteed Work and Low Prices.
Give bim a call, at
No. 7(1 MAIN ST,,
dlStf Lanfranco Building.
A BONANZA,
House of seven rooms, closet
in every room, woodbonse and servants'
romm,'bath, hot and cold water; GO bear
ing orange and lemon trees; 2 aores of
land, fronting 330 feet on Downey avenne,
street all graded and sidewalked; on line
of street cars. Prioe, $3,500.
IS Aoros opposite above lot;
300 bearing orange, lemon, lime and other
trees; large barn, room for ten horses; loft
room for SO tons ot hay, carriage boose
and harness room; street all traded aad
curbed; on Downey avenue, East Los An
geles, on line ot street oars. Prioe, all
caah.»4,500.
1.000 Aores of land, all
fenced, nooses, barns, orange orchards,
eto., at end of East Los Angelea street oar
tracks W seres of it Irrigable. Price,
mow, one bait sash, balapoe on time.
Apply to H If. JOHNBTON, on the
« BALDWIN, 10.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
BTEAMBHIP COMPANY.
GOODALL, PERKINS A CO., AGENTS
SAN FRANCISCO.
Ban Franolaoo and Los
Angelea.
SCHEDULE FOR MARCH.
Coming Strata Going North
If zf fffl
n 111 n H it
Senator.... M'ck 4 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 10
Anoon " v " 11 " 18 '• 16
Senator.... " 14 •• 1C 11 18 <• S»
An c0n...... " IV "21 " 23 " »
Senator.... " 24 <• 28 •■ 28 " 30
Anoon " 2» ■• 81 Ap'll 2 Ap'll 4
Senator.... Ap'll 8 Ap'll 5 " '. " 9
Both steamthlps call at Port Hartord
(SanLulaOblapo)and Santa Barbara.
Tbe Company reserves tba rlitht 'o
change the steamers or their dayr el
sailing.
CHANGE OF HOUR.
*e~ Passengers ror flan Francisco take
the train lor Wilmington tbat leavaa
Los Angeles at 10:60 o'clock A. M., Loa
Angeles time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
THK STBAHBBS
Senator and Anoon.
Leave Han l «dro for Ban Diego Maroh (,
11,16, 21,2 d, 31, and April 5.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 8.00 p. ax.,
Los Angeles time.
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles.
Cabin. Steerage.
To Ban Franolaoo 115 00 flO 00
To Port Harford 12 00 9 00
To Santa Barbara „_ 8 GO •00
To San Diego 8 00 8 00
Plans of steamers'cabins at agent's offlee,
where berths may bs secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
Tbe steamer Constantino leaves San
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Francisco every Friday, calling at way
ports.
Freight steamers leave San Francisco
tor Saa Pedro, Anaheim Landing and
Newport about every ten days.
For Passage or Freight as above, or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Apply to
H.McLELLAN,
Local Agent, Office, No. 66J Main
atreet, over the Commercial Bank,
Loa Ansel s.
Sa Pa Ra Rs
COMMENCING WEDNES
DAY, Dec. 15th, 1880,
And until further notlee,
TRAINS
Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows:
9 .Oft A. M.-SUNDAYS ONLY—
■ v*U _Local passenger train via L.
A. A I. R. it. to Santa Monica.
IfVsfi A M.—DATLY—LoeaI passenger
IU.OJ train to Wilmington.
I .IT P. M.-DAILY—San Franolaoo Ex
.l 9 press train, oonnecllug ut Lathrop
with the Atlanuo Express train of the
Central Paciflo ffallroad.
2.«ICP- M —DAILY—Arlaonn Bxpres,
,X 9 train for Yuma (Colorado ltlvei
steamers), Maricopa (stages for Phosnli
and Prescou), Casa Grande (stagea fo
Florence and Globe), Tucson (stages loi
Quaymas and Sonora), Benson (stage*
for Tombstone) Wllleox and Demfng
(stages for New Mexico.)
2 .AC P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passengei
truin to Wilmington. •
4, fin P. M.—DAILY—LoetI Pascengei
.UU train lo rtauea Ana, conneotfni
with stages for Sau flego,
4 .111 P. M.-DAILY-Via L. A. * I
astU R. It.—Local Passenger trail
to tsauta Mouiea.
4 .Eft P. M.—DAILY — San Franclso
■OU Through Freight and Third.
Class Accommodation train.
TICKET OFFICES I
Commercial St. R. R. Depot:
DEPOT OFFICE S. P. R. R.
A. N. TOWNE,
Geueral Superintendent
T. H. WOODMAN,
General Passenger and Tleket Ag't
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles
BOOKS, TOYS,
FANCY GOODS,
AND
Musical Ir.-*?timents,
FOR THf.
HOLIDAYS,
— Can M frrand In ——
Immense Quantities
AND At
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWIN ft CO.
SSPSItJ
Stat jag-■.:^-'»^\^..--yjߣ^'ffli^^asMßl
no. at
BANKING HOUSES. ' •
FARMERS' .« MERCHANTS*
BANK 'H
Of Los Angslss. I
OAPITAL.ZItMM.OOO 08 ' \
Reserve Fund, 100,000 ok\:4
JOHN MILNER. ■ill si™'-'J
BOARD or DisntnoMt. J s*
LC.ooo.ra, A.ouauu, .3
Phii. QAtaiaa, Doit Aaojesst '
Joss MASOABair™™* fM
Ezebange for sale os 1
I
NEW YORK, LONDON, DOth 7i
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, f
snd BERLIN.
Receive Deposit* and Isstw The) 'm
Certitioatet.
Bay aad Wet
LEGAL TENDERS, QOVERK .
MENT, STATE, COUNTY. J
AND CITY BONDS.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANt 1
MAIN STRUCT
■i 3
Los Angslss Os di
Capital Stock (paid up), IMLOOO
f.S. BLAUSON rilMiSl %t
ti iWk==. !!rSSjJ
DIREOTOHS. jM
J. 8. Hr-AtTSosr, A. W. BoWXAS J
V.A. Hoovaa, Roamn aiiJutf I
s. bixbt, Geo. w. Passes?
R. M. Wixwbt.
Buy and sell exchange on Saa ITiaaeasssk 1
New York, London, Paris, Bartla sssJ
Frankfort.
Buy exchange on all parts of lac Uatte
States aad Europe. /
*-—*-'nr~iiiiil iTnhsiupi kilslasar
NATIONAL BANK
OF LOS A iMftloi .Br.ss, M
PBBBIDEIT J. E. BOUJaaaSSt .1
cashier b. r. smoa ft
omin i
BOCIETY NOTICES. I
Masonic Wettce.
Afc— Isjgeles testes Mo. SB. >.
a ATaf—Th. slated meeUaaf
_ „ T. Xr. bl Members of Festal! 4
Pka. No. 203. and all Master Meeoae ra \
rsod etsndlug are ooralallr mvltas. 1
By order of the W: Mi- 4
Omab. Burnt. Becretary. >.
Knlghtojf FytMM. I
„ i«ffui'l
Mowney Blook. All so4ounsla>aTatsS
a good standing are t TI a TjTte I salll- "
. I. A. DUNBMOefLoTOL 1
C. B.Mn.ro.K, of R. a **
Ltt angslsi Cluster No. tt, Is* At- I
S:
-*" MONDAIT T,n ** l< " 1 * ** *■ 'I
pCjlf
BAH. 0
KNIq XTSTEMPLAti J
Holds its stated conclaves at the Aay M
Hall, ou the M
HUBSDAY of each month,at 7M o'aluat J
'• _ Solonrnlni KuighU Temnlar la r5
,-ood. atandlof ar.aordlally InvltssYto«S *m
end. By ord.r of the . .'a
J. O. IjTTXßwaajs. itsserear. *** °*" |t
Holds its stated aaMmklla. I
<omlay of •
Aaselee EessgeMa. aW,■.**>«*» jffl
4mw»A^:
m mm\\Wf»* D «fk m rw e'eteal. m*> .ft
. lonrnjog brethren la mmt -?M
'tending ar. cordially Invited. 3*
. „ „ j. w. BAjtD, a. a -<m
A. Faara, R. 8. ~,m
Confidence Enelna Csspwy Ms.
„ . REGULAR MMIUISP m-i
/dkii thla OompaoT wfll take skasa 1
UML on the flrstWlSa iiis/sjß 4
4\jm WML ning of each asrasta. tSs
asSaTaTSBk o'clock. W
-HTOTIOE3 ':M
To Grain thippon^i
All grain arriving hare by rail or tsssafjn
consigned to th. aiiilsssliussl xetMMt|»|
moot will bs stored FRKB FOB rrTW
All grain ramalnlag is say asjassssakiM
or a loagar Usaa will be eaasswtVSsU
saw rats of IS .esats per tjas,
ISawtStSae. '■■ tal^amA i „ sssßJ^^H

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