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rcnMt FOR DAILY HERALD:
i or Minum, by mall or UHIH Mj
six month* " " •
i'hree inonlus " " J*
Delivered by oarrlnrs, per week 'ii OSuM
OSANiiELES WEEKLY HERALD
Ispobllshsd ■ very Satordn.v morning.
TF.RMH.
u'ns vojr.by mull orcipr*H»i,oueuiipy..«3lrt
Mix mouths, '• " " " •••} re
fbr-io ' " ' "I*
Advertisements laierted at reasonable
ah liinl, ol Job-Worst dam* to
compete with Man Frauelaeo la
Frlee.N.y le, ami Elearaace ol WorlH
insashlD.
Late Telegrams.
rx.riK'r, Uilni Hainll,.
Mojave, Mnroh B.—Los Angeles
—F A Slieeling, C A Muttony,
Judge Bepulveda a A M Greenwood,
W 8 Allen, Fred A Clark anil wife,
AII Martel, Tburlow McMullen,
Geo Barnliam, F A Hayes, W
Richardson, A Lenoir, W B Hunt,
PKean, Simon Garr.
Han Fernando—M J Slieerhain.
Moledad-C Hallett.
Arizona—Michael Fulliliau aud
comrade, W T Danielf.
name or Yaderbni'a liteMx.
New York, March 7.—ln the
course nf the Herald's interview
with Vauderoilt be spoke as foi- i
low*: "The great difficulty now in i
that speculation lias got posseusioti i
ot the people aud there are very 1
few who are able to withstand it* !
faNuinalloiiK. Hardly a day passes :
that I am not called upon tn help I
some oue who has lost hix or her
till mi a venture in stocks. The 1
women have it us bad us the men. <
If assistance is rendered, with Ihe <
promise not to speculate again, It
rarely happens that I do not either
bear of another loss or tbe appli- '
caut returns with the saint- story.
It Is really wonderful to .see id
wbat extent tbe spirit of ipeeula>
tlon Is carried nowadays.
"I keep my horses only fur my
own private use and amusement,
though I have no objection to let
the public see theirflight of spaed,
or anything of tbat sort. The fact
Is, my horses aud my pictures are
my greatest amusement when 1
am done with my business."
"Which la the best, horse in the
world?" tbe reporter asked.
"That's touching too uear home,
isn't it? ' said lie, with a good
natured smile. After some hesita
tion, iv which he manl'esteil v
lucllued to vaunt auy particularly
enviable possession uf his, and
struggled with a uutural desire la ,
give nouest credit where credit was
due, he sail!: "Well, I suppose no
body will deny that place tc.
Maud 8."
" vVhat Is your guiding max'm in
life, Mr. Vandsrbllt?"
Vauderbllt turned suddenly
rouud aud abruptly said, "Do what
you tbiuk is right and fair to other.-*,
r-warilinss of what people may
think."
"le it true that you can control
speculation lv Wall street when
you like to do so?"
"Wbat noneseuse! Wby, tbere
are twenty men down tbere who
could go round me three or four
times before breakfast — nut
twenty, but a hundred aud twen
ty. My dear fellow, I tell you tbe
nicest thing iv this world Is to be
•ktiafled with wbat you have, und
that's wbat I am. 1 don't cars to
accumulate any.more wealth. I
bave as much as I want. The only
thing lam looking after is to see
tbat other fellows don't get away
with what I have. The Commu
dore used lo say that it look a good
deal smarter fellow to keep money,
than to make it. I would be a
silly fellow to go down iuto the
street aud go iuto competition witb
men wbo make a busiueas of spec
ulation, wlio, as I said before,
could walk around mo three or
four limes before breakfast any
day. No, lam ibe guurdiun of it
great trust, of a valuable estate,
aud that position and Its rewards
fill nil nay human umbiliou and
desire."
Ure.t Frost* lv tentral Aui.no..
New York, March 7 —Advices
from Panama say that the 10.li of
February will be remembered iv
Autlqua as the occasion of tt frost,
tb* heaviest In tbe memory of
man, occasioning a damage which
bas no equal in the history of the
country since Its conquest by the
Spaniards. Tbe frost was co keen
tbnt Ice was formed iv many places
and lbs following morning it could
be collected quite readily. Even
In protected place', suoh aa balco
nies of houses, the loe formed io
water vessels, and was found of a
very respectable thickness iv the
morning. After tbe frost came, the
fields ahd oottse plantations appear
ed as though lire had passed through
them. Tbs leaves of tbo coffee
tree*, the most vigorous as well as
the teuderest shoots, were discol
ored and shrivelled, and broke lo
pieces at the slightest touch, while
even the tender twigs were injured.
Several yeara must necessarily
elapse before the plantations aan
be restored to their usually healthy
condition. Bugtr-cane was killed
as it stood. Tbe loss in tbis re
spect Is confined to the amount
vow actually unout, although all
of tbis will acaroely be tbe total
loss. Tbe amount cf damage la
calculated as between one and two
million* of dollars.
On.raliv.a' sinh ■
BPUftarißLß, in., Marob 7.—A
special says there) will doubtless be
a eariena strike lo tbe rolling mills
IS Say, ns the 800 employs.' coo-
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
London, March 7th. —In tbe
House of Commons Gladstone con
firmed the report of the conclusion
of an armistice with the Boera un
til the 14th instant, in order to
give time for a reply from PftUl
Kruger to General Colley's and
eubsequeut communication?, made
with a view to the peaceful ticttle
njent of affair...
Arnold (Liberal) save notice of v
vote of coullilt'iiee in the Ministry,
ac an amehiiment to .Stunhope's
resolution.
IriM» lieeeTeee it* H**%nrr.
London, March 7. —A Times's
Dublin correspondent has reason to
believe that the Government will
not scruple to arrest the lenders o(
tbe agitation as well as tho nou
eutities.
DreDuan, Secretary of the Land
Leugue, has arrived ut Dublin.
(ire, trims of |,( f.
London, March 7. —The euow
storm lv Holland has now abated,
but it will be aome days before
railroad communications are re
stored. A limit nine vessels were lost
on t lie A berdeeiishire coast,and one
hundred persons- wp.e 10-tt. The
ship Ben Royddlag?, from Calcutta
to Dundee, was wrecked near Aber
deen, and thirty persons were
drowned, l wo or three small ves
sels were lost, with nit hands on
board, on the coast of Northumber
land.
Veut aiivir* in l roiibit.
Paris, March 7.—Tho Govern
ment li 4« refolved to reeul! tbo
French representatives in Vene
zuela, in consequence of the twenty
voire' bad faith to French creditors
by the Government of that country.
A Grand Reputation.
Warner's Safe Kidupy and Liver
Curo has reached a reputation that
is not limited by tho confines nf
section or country. There arc no
injurious enlist Alices nor false and
temporary stimulants in the pre
paration. It h purely vegetable
and compounded undcT a formula
that has passed severe tests and
wou endorsements from some of
the highest medical talent In tbe
oouutry.— N Y. World.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
i
Prepared flfOero/'TT/ .tropical t
Is thorough in
its Medicinal 1
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 eases.' 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.
T<ftdles and children, nnd thoja who diellko tAkinft
pills and nauseoua medicine* to secure cathartic action,
tut: especially pleated with its agreeable qualities.
Try It once, and you will esteem it higbly as
a safe, pleasant, and effective remedy.
Packed in bronzed tin boxes only-
Price, 25 cents.
Large boxes, 60 cents.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
THOS. FARRELL,
Lute of Ran Francisco, has opened v
MERCHANT TAILORING
ESTABLISHMENT,
In Ponet'si Bntldlngr,
U7 MAIN STREF.T, next, to McKenzle's
Liquor Store.
He has a lino selection of foreign ami
doiuesi Icgoods, which he will muku to
order on reasonable terms. His motto
Is small profits und quick snles. Call
und see him uud gel a nobby suit.
•st-HE WARRANTS A PERFECT FIT
OR No SALU.. mio lm
MRB.C. O. BROWN.
HAVINO SKCUIIKU TIIK SEItVICttS OF
MRS. FANNIE V. DOAN,
UAH OPKMEI) A
A DRESSMAKING SHOP
-Vt ISToh. 1 and ii,
OVER THE CITY OF PARIS.
SFVoUtingtWt FIRST-CLASS WORK
done. New York und H.«n Francisco
styles. Solicits a share ol the public
patronage. mrs-iw
Christy & Wise,
AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS
And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for
thitsaleof Wool, Hides, Tullow,
Grain, Live Blook, etc.
Alio, Wool Bags, Twine, Dips and all
Ranch Supplies furnished customers at
lowest rate*.
607 FRONT ST., between Jaokson and
Pastft*. BAH FRANCISCO.
LOS ANGELES. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH. 9 1881.
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms 13 und 14. MoDonald Block,
Slain H1.., LCB ANGELES, Cal.
septal!
PHINEAB BANNING,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSIO
Y.".I,MINGTON, Los Angeles county, Cal.
Vessels lowed, gooaslighfered, lumber
sold aud grain stored, with
ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNKRS.
oo7tr
H. NEWMARK & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers.
Dealer In Wool, Grain, Hides.
11, 13 &15 LOS ANO ELKS T.
3e.ltf
C. K. BROWN. W. E. .MORFORD.
MORFORD & BROWN,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
HOUSES, OUANGK GROVES. ViNE
YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES ,
FOB SALE,
ALSO,
Commissi on RBorahants.
Dealers In Wool, araln aad Live Stoeo.
Corner Sprltijr nnd Temple Streets,
au3-3m Los An-.-cles. Cal.
Teutonia Hall,
NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING
Prohlinger & Grebe, Prop's.
*r WINKS. LIQUORS, BRBR, ALE
and CIO ARS of the best brands.
WLU CAV.H of all hinds supplied
on short notice. fel*tf
NOTICE.
At tlio request of many ladle* aad gcu
tifiucn.Hic.soiUKKsof tno Klite Dane*
lug Academy will hereafter be given on
Saturday evenings,commencing at eight,
•■'clock. Invitations must bo procured
from tho pupils or piopiiciors of the
Acjulomy. fr:2o lw
NOTICE.
Application will be mado to (he Mayor
aud council of tho elty of Loi Angeles on
rsuturduy, March 12, 18811 fortwoquit
clalm deeds, viz:
Klrsl—Kor a quit-claim deed to Jesus
Villanutjva of that rout property in the
city of Los Angeles, county of Los Ange
les, State ol California,, described as lol
tows: Lots No. 18 and 19, in block 2, of
tho lieuudry Tract, us per map thereor
recorde i in book 1, pages 101-102, of Mis
celiuueous Hecor Is, said lot being at
southeast corner of Second aud Ch'irlty
streets. ,
rtecond—For a quit claim deed to Sarah
Adit BroWU of that real property in the
elty ol Los Angeles, county oi Los Augt
les, stateof Calllornla, described rs fol
lows: Lot No 10 and the north half of
lot 15, In block 2of tho Houndry Tract, us
per map recorded a* aforesaid,
Kefcien<e is mado to the petitions,
maps and abstracts or title relating
thereto, now on tile iv tho oiilco of the
undersigned, ulth whom any objections,
lf any there be, tolhe granting of such
deed-, must nc filed before said pet it lou s
aro presented to said Council,
W. W. BOBINBON,
OTtrk of Council.
Los Aogolcs, Cal, March 7tb, issi. U
Summons.
In the Superior Court of tho State of
California, lv uud for tbo cjuutyof
Los Augeles.
Tho People or the Stato of California,
plaintiil, v.s Eugene Al. Casey, defend
ant.
Action brougbt in tho Superior Court
of tho State of California, lv and for the
county of Los Angeles, aud tbo coin*
plaint tiled lv said county of Los Ange
les, In the office of tho i.'ivrk ot said Su
perior Court.
The People of the State of California
send greeting to Eugene M. Casey, the
no known owner and bolder of certificate
ot purchase No. Mil, ol the following de
scribe I State land: Location No. 1021, N
h Sec 111, T 8 N, R 15 W, H B M, contain
ing 320 acres, situated lv Los Augeles
county, California, defendant.
You are horeby required to appear In
an action brought against you by tho
abovo named plain till in the Superior
Courtof the State of California, lv nnd
for the county of Los Angeles,and to an
swer the complaint flled therein, within
teu days (exclusive of tbo day of service)
after the service on you of this summons
—if served wlthlu this county; or, 11
servea elsewhere,within thirty days—or
judgment by default will be taken
against you according to tho prayer of i
said complaint.
The said action Is brought to obtain a
decree of this Court for tbe foreclosure of
a certain certificate of purchase No. «442
described in the satd complaint and ex
ecuted by the said plulnMff to the said
defendant on the lSiu day of December,
A H 1875, foreclosing all of defendant's in
terest, iv and lo the following described
land, to will N KBM 16, T8 N, R 16 W,
s B M,coutulutng32o acres, situated In
, Los Angelos county, Stato of California;
lo cancel and aunul the said certificate
of purcbase; that plaintiff may have
judgment and execution against said de
fendant for the costs of suit. Including
' $10 compensation of tho District Attor
ney and $2 70-100 costs of publication, and
lor such other and further relief as
seems meet and agi eoable to equity; and
utso lhat tho defendant, aud all persons
claiming by, through or under him, may
be barred and foreclosed of all right, ti
tle, claim, Hon, equity of redemption
and interest in and to said promises and
certificate,aud for otner aud further re
lief.
Keferenco Is had to complaint for par
ticulars.
And you are hereby notified that If you
fall to appear sud answer the said com
plaint, us above required, tho said plain
tiff will apply to the Court for tho reliof
demanded in the said complaint.
«liven under my hand aud the seal of
the Superior Court of the State or Cali
fornia, In and for the county of Los am
-1 geles, this 24th day of December, in the
i yearof our Lord oue thousand eight hun
dred and eighty.
[Seal.| A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
Ttv A. NORTON, Deputy.
THOS. B. BKOWN, District Attorney,
Farm for Sale.
Go ACRES Off 1 LAND,
Three and one-half miles above Sepul
veda Mtatlon, on old San Fernando road.
( A GOOD HOUSE,
1 Well of excellent water, barn and wagon
ebeds; \y % acres fenced for garden, with
900 apple and peach trees, nearly all
L bearing, and 110 bearing grape Tines; a
horse, harness and new spring wagon*
plow, narrow and lev ohlakens will also
b °lrV lHs*°ioe
PHYSICIANS.
A. F. Darling, M. D.,
OCULIST -AND AURIsT.
OFFICE IN LANFRANCO BLOCK.
Referonce: New York Eye and Ear In
firmary, N.Y. Jyll-3in
Dr. Urilun,
serOfflce nnd Resldenco—EAST SIDE
OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST.
Dr. N. P. RICHARDBON,
Physiclun nnd burgeon
Residence, Fort Hill, I Office, Masoarel
Buena Vista street. I Building, upstairs.
J. 11ANNON, M. I).,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
*./TASGARBL BUILDING, UP STAIRS.
IVL Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Main street.
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from
1 to 4 P. M. ap2f>tf
Joseph Kurtz, M. D.
Offlce-No. S2, MAIN STREET, over
Doner A Bradley's. Residence—Buena
Vista street.
Eye and Ear a specialty. myltf.
J. W. ROLLINGS WORTH,
DENTIST.'
Rooms 3 and i, over City of Paris store,
ispriug Street,
jarf 3m
J. H. BURKS,
DENTIST.
Office In new City of Paris building.
«orDental Work at Eastern Prices.•«
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
DEALERSIU
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLABTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
- AI —
Porry, Wood worth & Co.'o
• YAKOf*
—AH » —
PLANING MILLS,
Ho. IS Cumuiort'lKi >tr«ttt. uea:
Ballroad Depot. tnr?Mf->
D. DESMOND,
EH snnnnVlLnnnnnnnl
NOW READY, THE
New Fall Style Dress Hats
sap" All the lending shapes in SOFT and
STIFF FELT HATS.
l?^3oth c 3s|r
Popular Mouthly Drawing ol the
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
AT MAOAULEY'3 THEATER,
IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE,
On Thursday More li.ill.lssi.
These drawings, occur monthly (Sun
days excepted), under provisions of an
Act of the General Assembly of Ken
tucky, Incorporating the Newport Print
ing and Newspaper Co., approved April
8.1878.
uarThis Is a spec ial act, and has never
been repealed.
The United States qiroull Court on
March3lst, rendered tho following deci
sions.
Ist—That the Commonwealth Distri
bution Company is legal.
21—Its drawings are fair.
The Company has now on hand
a large reserve fund. Read the list of
prizes for tho
MARCH DRAWING.
1 Prise „ 130,000
1 Prize lO.ikio
1 Prise _ 5,1)00
10 Prizes, eiUOU each 10,000
10 Prizes, tSooeach„ 10,000
100 Prizes, 1100 each - 10.000
200 Prizes, 190 each 10,000
«00 Prizes, |20 eaoh ; 12,000
1030 Prizes. |10 each 10,000
0 Prizes, |30f) each, Approxima*
tlou prizes 2,700
8 Prizes, 1200 each, Approxima
tion prizes 1,800
8 Prizes, fIOO each, Approxima
tion prize*...... 900
i960 Prises Am.m
Whole Tickets. M, Half Ticket-., 11.
27 Tickets, 160. 5) Tickets, two.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter
or send by Ex press, Don't send by reg*
lstered letter or Postofflce order. Orders
of lo and upward, by Kxpress, oan bo
sent at our c>: pense. Address all orders
' R. M. BOARDMAN,
Conrler-Journnl building, Ky„
orT. J. I'OMMBRFORO, llil Broadway,
New York. nS-ddkw
H. SL OTTER BECK
77 Main Street.
Guns, Pistols, Rifles.
Ammunition, Cutlery,
....AND
CI'OIITtNG GOODS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Also a floe SHOOTINO GALLERY.
HEPAIBING
I OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY.
sUU
MISCELLANEOUS.
PHILADELPHIA ~~
BREWERY!
U. MAHLSTSr/r, Proprietor.
The purest and most delicious LAGEtt
BBER manufactured In Southern Cali
fornia. Orders for Draught or Bottled
Beer filled on short notice.
OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. JoltJ
NEW YORK BREWERY
PHIL. LAUTH
(Suooosaor to Chris. ller.no) Proprietor
The CLEAREST. PUREST and MOSI
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Sooth of
San Francisco.
Order* for DRAUGHT or EOTTLEI
Bliiblß promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewer,
defies competition In the State. rorS-U
uMU
WINE PUMPS,
LIGHTHALL'S PATENT,
THE riEsrr in use.
Manufactured by
KEYSTONE PUMP WORKS.
4et» FOURTH ST., SAN FRANCISCO,
die 2m
J. G. DeTurk,
FEED AND LIVERY STABLES,
Noor coruer of First and Fort streets.
S£B-Buigles, spring wagons and saddle
horsos to hire.
Double team nnd buggy,a day 13X0
Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 2.50
Horse aud buggy, por day....... fa)
Hall a day US
SfSTSATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
s22tf
WHEAT
WHICH WILL NOT RUST
I offer for sale a variety of whoat which
has been raised by me for eight years,
and although surrounded brother wheat,
oats and barley wUjcb did rust, YET
NEVER RUSTED.
I got tbe seed from the Patent Office 8
years ago, roeclving about a quart, and
this lias beeu the beginning ot the wheal
now for sale 1 lost tho name, so I have ;
no name for 11. It Is a bearded wheat
and It is mined, there being two kinds of
it apparently, ltls prouounoed a better
wheal, by M-ssrs. Lankershlm and also
by Messrs. Denman to look at than the
Odessa. It Is a good producer and grow
er and 1 belitve it lo be absolutely KUSI
PROOF.
It will sell It at 12 26 a hundred pounds,
and If lt Is not, rust proof, if the first year
of planting It is materially injured by
rust, then! will return to such party 11
for each 100 pounds bought.
An early application Is desired from
those wishing to buy.
olglf L. J. HQS*..
Los Angeles Infirmary,
CONDUCTED BY
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY.
Situated Opposite the .Yew
IJcpot of the es. i*. It.
In a most healthful looatlon and easy ol
access from every part of tho olty.
Torms from SO to 14 per Woeli.
LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS made
with Societies.
For furlhor particulars and terms ap
ply to tbe Sisters at tho Hospital. la7tf
Capitol Bakery
AND
CONFECTIONERY,
SPRINO ST., below Iho Postofflce.
a*r*WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY
CAKES of all stylos ulways on band.
SW ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES for
the Holidays. Give ms a call.
d7-lm H.SCHUMACHER.
RANCH CONTAINING 11 ACRES of
land Inside the city limits, on east side
of San Pedro street, wlthlu a few yards
of City Gardens.
Good house on premises; eight acres
in choice varieties of grape vines; bal
anco In well selected trees, of alt varie
ties. , , .
For fourther particulars apply lo
LA BsPERANZA STORE,
Jal:2m 103 Main St,
An Old Auctioneer In a
New Placet
ALFRED MOORE,
Late from St. Paul, Minn., may be found
At 41 Los Angeles St.
e*-Send along your Furniture, Stoves.
Bedding, Horses. Buggies, Wagons, and
other merchandise you may wish to dis
pose of. Auotlon every Thursday and
Saturday morning at lt o'olook. Real
estate sales also attended to. d7tt
Orange Trees! Orange Trees 1
SO.OOO budded on Orange Stock;
1)0,000 Seedlings,
FOR SALE IN LOTS 30 SUIT.
Flrst-elsas tress and In good condition.
Writs or apply to Q. D. COMPTON, at
Woodn*ad*flay'(, Spring strset, near
tne Po*tqo3oe, or to Les Angelea County
TSsWls. Jan.lL jUilm
LAWYERS.
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN,
A. W.4IUTTON. Dlst. Atty.
SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON
Attornoys at H.fV"*v.
Office-ROOMS Nos. 81 and 82, TEM
PLE BLOCK. mar 11-tf
J. Brousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
nos. ae and ar. baker block
mhBtf
H. M. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Office—ROOMS 7« AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOCK. mhiitf
——— 1 |
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
Grares & Chapman,
Attorneys «Sc Counsel.
lors at Law,
Room No.O, Baker Blook. felltf
"j. O. EAHTMAN, A. J. KING,
S. HALEY, JOHN HOBARTS.
Eastman, Haley, King &
Bobarts.
Attorneys at Low.
OFFICE-Nos. o, 1,5 and 6. BTRELITZ
BLOCK, Spring street, Loa A ngeles.
Will practice In tbe Huereme and all
State Courts. Particular attention paid
to land and mining oases. 01-lm
S. C. HUBBELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms : and, i
Duoommun'a Blook. oornor Ma.n '<
Commercial streets, Los * "~eles. mayT-tt
HOTELB.
THE PICO HOU^IT
Is IVo>v Open
For the reception of guests.
All aro Invited. FREE CARRIAGES
to the house.
N. R. QRISWOLD,
n3-lm Proprietor.
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
FIRST-CLASS.
THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA.
HAMMEL ts DENKER Prop's.
This is the only reliably first class
hotel, is situated in the center of the
city of Lob Angeles, contain*
nearly a hundred spacious and
airy rooms, newly farni6hed In the most
comfortable style. Rooms In suites for
families and parties on every floor, with
hot and oold hatha,
THE TABLE will always be furnished
with the best supplies that can be pro
cured lv the market.
A FKEK COACH is always en hnnd tc
curry guests to the house.
No pains spared to make gUbat iocm.
fortable in every way.
A LARGE READING ROOM open
night aud day.
HENRY HAMMEL,
mylTtf A, H. DENKER.
~MOJAVE HOTEL,
Moj jive Junction, ■ Cal.
THIS HOUSE IS NOW PEPARKD Mts
to receive Its numerous patronsJijgJß.
and the traveling publio In generairße-
Ing entirely new and spleudldl" fur
nished, lt affords superior accommoda
tions.
ITS TABLE D* HOTE
I* seoond to none In Southern California.
THE BAR Is supplied with the choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars.
An elegant BILLIARD BOOM is mso
attached to the house.
All trains stop here for breakfast and
supper, lt Is the point of departure for
the celebrated Inyo oounty mine*, via.—
Darwin, Lone Pine, Cerro Gordo and i'au
amlnt. Theofficeof tho
LONE PINE STAGE CO.
Is at this hotel. The patronage of the
traveling public Is respectfully solicited
E. H. BOYD,
f024-tf Proprietor.
~ THE COMMERCIAL
RESTAURANT
V. DOL, PROP'R,
Downey Blook, Main St.
Receives alive and serves up every day
the choicest FISH. Including MOLfc,
TUBUOTand SEA TROUT.
MR. DOL Is the exclusive consignee or
tbe celebrated FROMAGE DE IIHIK,
whloh can only be bad at this restaurant
SPRING CHICKENS, Justin from the
ranches, cooked in every style.
Thla Restaurant is Lo* Angeles's Del
monlco. wivlif
r Saddles!
Harness!
E. H. WORKMAN,
Successor to Workman
Brothers,
I* prepared to offer to the public a splen
did assortment of Harness, Saudlea,
Saddlery Ware, Leather, Whips,
Neats Foot Oil, eta, eto.
sWGuaranteed Work and Low Prices.
Give him a call, at
No. TO MAIN ST.',
dlBtf Laofranco Building.
A BONANZA,
House of seven rooms, closet
in every room, woodhonse and servants'
romm,"bath, hot and oold water; GO bear
ing orange and lemon trees; 3 acre* of
land, fronting 330 feet on Downey aveone,
•treat all graded and sidewalked; on line
of street can. Prioe. 53,500.
IS Acres opposite above lot;
200 bearing orango, lemon, lime and other
tree*; large barn, room for tea horse*; loft
room for 80 ton, of hay, carriage home
and harness room; street all rraded and
ourbedjon Downey avenue, But Lo* An
geles, on line ot street oars. Prioe, all
cash, $4,500.
1.000 Aores of land, all
fenoed, houses, bams, orange orobards,
•to., at end of But Lo* Angelas atreet ear
trass; 80 sens, of it irrigable. Price,
$28,000. one-half cash, balaao* oa tune.
WlStoaswet. JaSJlsa.
LINEBQF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
BTEAMBKIP COMPANY.
GOOD ALL, PERKINS 4 CO., AGENTS
SAN FRANCISCO.
San Franolaoo and Los
Angelea.
SCHEDULE FOR MARCH,
j Coming Boom doing North
R & W Tl
STKAMKa* 8.5 Ij |» at
» H *g It
Senator.... U'eh 4 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 10
Anoon * " » " 11 •• 18 '• 16
Senator.... " 14 " 10 " 18 "So
Anoon. " IS " 21 " fi " »
Senator.... " 14 •• 20 '■ 28 " 80
Aneon '• 29 " 81 Ap'll 2 Ap'll 4
Senator.... Ap'll 3 Ap'll 6 " fVS 9
Both »toamihlps call at Fort Harlord
(SanLuUOblipo)and Santa Barbara.
The Company reserved tha right 'o
change the steamer, or their day, of
■ailing.
CHANGE OF HOUR.
saw-Passengers ror Ban Franelaco take
the train tor Wilmington that leave*
Loa Angelee at 10:50 o'olook A. M., Loe
Angeles time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
TBI STEAMERS
Senator and Anoon.
Leave Ban Pedro for Ban Diego March 8,
11,16, 11,2«,31, and Aprils.
Passengers take tha train that leaves Lo*
Angelea for Wilmington at 3.00 p. M,,
Loa Angelea time.
Rates ol Fare from Lot Angeles.
Cabin. Steerage.
To Ban Franolaoo lIS 00 110 00
To Port Harford „ 12 00 8 00
To Santa Barbara 8 00 8 00
To San Diego ......... 8 00 8 00
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's offlee,
where berth* may be aeoarcd.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Constantino leaves Ban
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Francisco every Friday, calling at way
ports.
Freight steamers leave Ban Franolaoo
for San Pedro, Anaheim Landing and
Newport about every ten day*.
.For Passageor Freight a* above, or
for tlekot* to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports,
Apply to
H.McLELLAN,
Local Agent, Office, No. 66, M»ld
street, over the Commercial Back,
Loa Ansel b.
Se Pa Ra Ra
COMMENCING WEDNES
DAY, Dec. 15th, 1880,
And until further nolloe,
TRAINS
Will leave LOB ANGELES a* follow,:
9 .Qf» A. M.—SUNDAYS ONLY—
*<>v — Local passenger train via L.
A. & I. H. H. to Santa Monica.
ttVQRA M.—DAILY— Loesl passenger
XUiOU train io Wilmington.
I .IP P. M DAILY-Sun Francisco Ex
.lo press tram, connecting at Laturop
with the Atlantic Kipios, train ol the
Central Pacltlc Uuilroad.
2,«irP.M.— DAILY—Arliona Express
•AO train for Yuma (Culorado Klvei
Mteamers), Maricopa for Phcsnlx
and Prescott), Caea «r oide letages foi
Florence and Globe), Tur-on (stages foi
Quay man and Sonnra), Benson (stages
for Tombstone) Wlllcox ani Deming
(stages lor New Mexico.)
2.JC P. M.-DAILY—LocaI Passenger
•~v train to Wilmington.
4 .fin r - M-—DAILY—LnnaI Passenger
.Utl train to Hanta Ana, uonnuctin,
with vtaga* 'or sat, litego,
4. 1)1) P. M.-DAILY—Via L. A. A I
,AU K. It.—Local l'aaaeni;er train
to ttanla Monica.
4.en P. M.—DAILY—.San Franclaeo
■OW Through Freight and Thlrd-
Clast Accommodation train.
TICKET OFFICES l
Commercial 81 R. R, Depot:
DEPOT OFFICE 8. P. R. R
A. N. TOWNE,
Qeneml Superintendent.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Ag*t
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent., Loa-Angel**
BOOKS, TOYS,
FANCY GOODS,
AND
Musical Instruments,
FOR THK
HOLIDAYS,
— Can o* found In —
Immenee Quantities
AND AT
Lowest Living Prices
AT THS POPULAR STORE OF
LOWS LEWD t CO.
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BANKING HOUBKB.
FARMERS' & MEIHmAffl
hank ;|H
CAPITAL- aOO.OOO«|
Reserve Fund, lOO,OP>hM
John MTr<nffin , , mmJot\\
UaiabW. HmxuiaJi. Jonl«Mm««]
0. W. Call. Da, 0. &TB*ML
L. C. oooownr, A. St*ananeV'-£9
Phil. Oaiitikk, Don. Aaal
Josa Tn ' :3
Bxohangaferanlaaa /Jj
NEW YORK, LONDON, MM
LIN, FRANKFORT, PAJggftl
and BERLIN. . jH
Receive Depseito ens* (esse W§
CertWoatse. II
Mar aad Sal ||
LEGAL TENDERS, OOVmSsfl
MENT, STATE, OOITSTIvI
AND CITY BONDS. '.?js
LOS ANGELES COUNTY IM
MAIN BTBJCR M
Lm Angeles SB
Capital Stock (paid ap), fSO^Osii
J. S. BLATTBON _ rMSSSBa
B.S. BAKE&. Tin riiaSJ
1. M. ELLIOTT ~—ZnasafsM
DIRECTOR*.
J, asrl»«yraffiß»ii-3
B. M. Wnasnr. '^**" m SJ|Pa
Buy and aetl exchange on Baa Freeaaanmli
New York, London, Parts, aartta SSM
Frankfort. ."'a
Bng-excbangeoa all parts of the SaSav .J
State, aod Europe. ■■■• I SB
Receive money onopsn anonjal taaaf flaaaal
JTiffin2^^^
FIRST %
NATIONAL BANK J
OF LOB AWQFX»ay»a
PBEBIDEBT I, E. BOUJa*aS|H
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SOCIETY NOTICES. J|
VV tnU Lodn
7*4uf\ Orat MONDAY ofeaoa aaaata«
' ▼ \ ):jo r. a. Mem bare af fWlasK
pas. No. an. and all MMUrMesea* I
taod •landing aro ooralallr larlta*. w J
By order of tha Wi* Ml' ll
Obas. Barm, niorasair. ~jm
P,ll tsa I |j
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« good •landing are ■ ..nlialTTySSfl
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Loi Angelas Csaaja, So. tS, Si • to'vf
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Da LlaaCaaerieean I**l
rHTjRuDAfof each rooaib. al I* owBKI
c. M. BCdtrarnlnf Knlgirt, TeSpliTl
!POd Mauchof areeor.i.,ll, luvlsalli afi£
*nd. By order of tha .
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Holds iv ■La ted assemblies oa Hat eefiS
mooAh m UamflbSE?j
:ood standing are 3»i«ma3BnV »"1
•fiend. By nrKritoSn
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. . lournlaf bnthraa ta ggißJfa
rtandlng ar* cordially Invited. *S
. J\ W. BARD, ~ afflafj
A. Fbamk. KB. • •
Confidence Engine rnssssy Ssw.aj
. REGULAR MIIIPSSSJ
oo'-f.^vfiMrt
wgBJ ■& nine of aaak aMaUaVafl
35T0T1081
To Grain SMiiM^S
All grain arriving bar* by rail WSjil
oonslgnedto tha SAdanunnan Satsj
rnant will be stored PBSS BSJI^I
All grain taaaalataß ht ats'StM
oraloagarUtaa will lw
ta. rata mt » •*>« IS
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