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VOL. XVIII. DAILY HERALD. Published every morning, except Monday, by JOSEPH D. LTNOH. TKRMS FOR DAILY HERALD: cr annum, by mall or expreea .110.00 x months, by mail or express 6.00 roe months (.50 DSLIVSRKD BY OASaiSRS, PSS WSSK, 26* WEEKLY HERALD. Poslbutso Evmar Satcsdit Mornhnu TERMS: One year, by null or exproas, one copy Woe sis msaUM.branvil oi.exsfess. 176 Thr« ueaUla, by ntallor express I.OC A I>VBRTISfiHENTB msetted .1 reasonable rates XVAII kinds of Job Work don. to compote with S:ui Francisco In price, style and elegance of aoraassnsliip. he came out best man. The next day Chandler introduced mo to Conkling at dinner and later in the evening after a dUcuraion about boxing, Conkling in duced me to put on the gloves with him. The Senator is a good boxer, as I have said, but he quickly rolled on the floor and discontinued tbe lesson in great good humor. This little tale, though inter estlrtg, Is pronounced wholly false. Conkling positively declared ho never saw Mace in his life and never boxed with Senator Chandler at any time. Railroad Consolidation Wanted. Washixoton, Feb 3.—Agents ol the Southern and Qentral Pacific roads are working industriously to get action this session on the House bill to authorize the Southern Pacitio and other compa nies to consolidate and form one contin uous line. Mtoek Perishing. TormCA, Feb.*2. —A blizzard is pre vailing over the entire State, and will cause some suffering among cattle on the ranges. The continued cold weather has frozen some of the smaller streams to the bottom, so that the question of water for stock becomes a serious one. ■ nonhonnd Train*. LATE TELEGRAMS. (SPECIAL TO THE HERALD. ] The Lrsrlalatarp. Sacramento, Ftb. 3.—Senate—Fos ter of the committee on fish and game reported iv favor of the passage of the Senate bill 170 4n relation to the de struction of game and Senate bill 185, preventing persons hunting on enclosed lauds. Sacramento, Feb. 2.—Senate—Sen ate bill No. 7% appropriating 920,<>00 to provide ail asylum at Folsom for insane criminals, came up for a second reading. After debate, on roll-call the enacting •clause was struck oat—ayes 17, noos U. A message was received from the Gov ernor transmitting the names of A. B. Dibble of Nevada and K. H. Bucking ham of Solano, appointed Fish Commis sioners, vice Traylor and Redding, and was mads » special order for Mouday. Del Vails pronouuced a eulogy upon Mrs. Downey, killed in the railroad ac cident at Tehachepi, and concluded by moving to adjourn out of respect to her memory. Carried. Wharton's assembly bill, 176 was taken up out of order under a suspension of the rules, read a third time nnd placed upon passage. It provided that no tax payer can contest the payment ot a tax until the money therefor is payed Into ths public treasury and no court can enjoin an officer from enforcing a collec tion of the taxes. The act Is tramed to cover the Baa Mateo railroad tax cases. Senate bill number one repealing the Sunday law was taken up out of order on a motion of Barry, The motion by Cutter to strike out the section repeal ing the prohibition of barbarous amusements on Sunday and recommend committee on public morals with in •traction* to strike out was carried by 72 to 2s. Tbs House adjourned till Monday m >rning In respect to the memory of Mrs. Downey. A fair A»s«rtles, stent Bill Fe vered. Sacra mi nto, Feb. 3. -The joint Dem ocratic canons in regard to the Congres sional Apportionment bill was discussed. All speakers advocated a fair bill, such as that introduced in the Senate by Kel ly, of Solano. It is referred to as one that ought to be passed. No definite action was taken. Wreck of The Teeaana. San Francisco, Feb. 3.—Later news ' from the wrecked steamer Tacoma leaves : tha fate of those remaining on board still , doubtful. The second mate had charge en deck when tbe ship struck, but neither saw nor heard the breakers until the •hip went on hard among them. The I •hip was supposed to be well off shore sod tbe only tneory In explanation nf the disaster is a possible derangement of ' the compasses. The night waa dark but not foggy. San Francisco, Feb. 3.—An Empire , City dispatch says: The steam tug Fear- , Lees arrived from the wreck of the Ta- ( coma. Nine of the crew were lost, nnd . first assistant engineer Grant died after i getting ashore. Tbe ship is completely - broken up and nothing can be saved from ths wreak. Five bodies have been j recovered. Nothing can be seen of the . wreck but the top of the cylinder at low . water. Seven men were lost off the fore , yard when ths mast went overboard. , fttock Market. San Francisco, Feb. 3.—Union, $2; ' Nevada. |2*; Jacket, Hi; Best, $3|; < Overman, 90c; Belcher, 45c; Belle, 10c; Pdllion, 70c. < Sas Francises Markets. t San Francisco, Fsb. 3.—Barley, fu tures dropped like shot to-day, closing , Ericesbeing, April, 11.17; May, $1.16*, larch, $1.17. lie a* riant Measures lm Cengreee. • Washington, Feb. 3.—The presence • of a quorum of Republicans in the House from ths beginning of the week till the .' expiration of the session is regarded as I Indlspensible, This is especially desired ; on Monday, because on Friday Mr. i Hiscock. Chairman of the Appropriation Committee, will move the passage of the i Legislative, Executive and Judicial Ap- ] propriation bill under a suspension of t tbe rules, and a two-thirds vote will be ' required to carry it. The necessity for ) im mediate action v p»n tbe tariff is ) pleaded in justification of this extra- : ordinary proposition. Hiscock says that a failure to pass the bill under a suspen- , •ion of ths rules would, in his judgment, , mean tbe defeat of the tariff bill. The , Legislative and Judicial Appropriation , bill has never before been moved under a suspension of the rules. Members of the House Judiciary Committee are commenting on Judge Hlack's argument on tha Mormon attrition, which has oc cupied tbe attention of the Commit tee to tha exclusion of everything «!*e dur- i lug tbs last few meetings. BUck wants > Sdmunds's law repealed, and he is mak- i ig one of his greatest efforts to accom phsh that object. Members of the Com mittee speaking of Black's argument, 1 said it would be printed in a few days aud will create a sensation. Black takes the ground that the law is unconstitu tional, and says Senator Edmunds never drew the bill, because so able a lawyer would never have so violated the Consti tution. Ho says th*. whole object of the |aw is to plunder the Mormons of their property and to bring the Territory into the Union as a Republican State. This will be accomplished if the Edmunds law Is enforced and further umended as pro posed. Nehoetlnsr He rape-. San Btjenavkntuka, Feb. 3. —Yester day, about twenty miles east of this town, Alvis Albrecht shot Robert Storkes in the chest, inflicting a probably fatal wound. Chs shooter alleged that Storkes had tried to poison him. Storkes was unarmed at the time, and has been vom - itieg blood ever since tho shooting. Al brecht was arrested, and tbs magistrate admitted him to bail In the sum of $2,000. There seems no proof that the accusa tion against the wounded man is true, aad a strong feeling exists against AI - brecht. pne ftta* True, Kiw Yore, Feb. 3. When Jem Mane wee on the witness stand tbs other day be declared that men of the highest standing were taking boxing lessons and indulging hi friendly sparring. Whan ashed for an instance, he replied: "Ros ooe Conkling Is a very good boxer and very proud of hie knowledge of the art. Some years ago be had a little bout with Senator Chandler, of Michigan, in which Ciietknnb, Feb. 2.—The heaviest snow storm in the history of the Terri tory fell during the past four days. Cattle ate suffering for grass. The temperature is thirty degrees below zero with no wind. Trains upon the Union Pacific road are blockaded for the past forty-eight hours. On the Rocky Moun tains passengers are furnished with fare, where, if winds come, snowdrifts are bound to blockade trains in places along the road for four hundred miles. Inereaaed Appropriation". Washington, Feb. 2. —The Legisla tive, Executive and Judicial appropria tion bill is to be reported in the House Monday. It recommends an appropria tion of $2,039,800, an increase of $49, --500 as compared with last year. The increase in the amount of the appro priation is mainly due to the necessary provision for increased membership of Congress and to tbe fiict that the next is the long congressional session. Railroad to he Muetl. Niw York, Feb. 3. A Herald a Washington dispatch says the Secretary of the Interior has addressed a letter to the Atlorany-Geiieral calling attention to the failure of the Union Pacific Rail road to pay the United States the bal ance due in cash, under the Thurman Aot, and recommending that snit be in stitiited to recover a million and a half dollars unpaid indebtedness. *1 The Phoenix Park Xarderera. Dublin, Feb. 2. -The ranger of Phce nix Park will positively identify two persons arrested as the men he saw driving from the scene of the murder of Cavendish and Burke. Mform Kxtenda to Vranee. Paris, Feb. 2.— A fearful gale prevails here, and much damage is done in tbe neighborhood. One person was killed by the fall of a scaffolding at the new City Hall. Tne Mtorm 4'oat Inapt*. London, Feb. 2.— The gale continued last night. Several districts are flooded, with many shipping disasters and lives i lost.. Cogressional Apportionment. Of the several bills introduced in tbe California Legislature the "Kelly bill is regarded as about the best, which is as follows: First District- Modoc, Siskiyou, Del Norte, Humboldt, Trinity, Shasta, Las sen, Plumas, Tehama, Mendocino, Co lusa, Butte, Yuba, Sierra and NVuda. Second District—Placer, El Dorado, Sacramento, .San Joaquin, .Sutter, Yolo, Lake, Napa and Sonoma. Third District—Solano, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco (commencing at the north terminus of Larkin Street, running southerly to Market Street, down Market Street to Seventh Street, Seventh Street to Howard, Howard to Sixtd Street, Sixth Street to Tehama, Tehama to Fifth Street, Fifth Street to Harrison, Harrison to Fourth Street, Fourth Street to Channel, Channel Street to the waters of the San Francisco Bay, thence easterly to the boundary line be tween San Francisco and Alameda conn ties, thence southerly to the north-east corner of San Mateo county, thence westerly on said line between San Fran cisco an I San Mateo counties to the Pacific Ocean, thence northerly along the Pacific Ocean line to the place ot beginning, together with San Mateo County). Fourth District—This district com prises the balance of San Francisco, not included in the Third district. Fifth District--Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Mariposa, Stanislaus, Mer ced, Saiita Clara, Alameda. Sixth District—Alpine, Mono, •free io, San Benito, Santa Cuts, Monterey, Hall Luis Obispo, Tulare, Inyo, Kern, Smita Barbara,Venturii, Los Angeles, San iier nnrdino, San Diego. Tlie population will be thereby equal ised to th* sHstriet* us follows: First 148.386 Second 146,802 Third 143,624 Fourth 141,328 Fifth 146,090 Sixth 140,627 The difference in population between the highest, the first, and the lowest, the sixth, is only 7,589. The average dif ference in population, between all the district*, is only 4,901. WRINKLED FACES It is a painful sight to see young ailics in their teens with wrinkled ana prematurely old facet; nevertheless it is quite common, and to anyone who ob serves the tendency of the times ths reason is very apparent. Owing to flaming advertisements and bogus cer tificates, in which are used the names of eminent physicians and chemist*, tho unsuspecting and credulous have been induced to use some of the so-called liquid beautifiers, all of which are known to be positively injurious, and if used for any length of time will destroy he complexion, so that it will be next tto impossible to restore it. Mothers should be very careful to see that their daughters do not use those preparations, but ask for and »btain Slaven's Harmless Vosemite Face Powder, the only harm less beautifier. For sale by C. F. Heinie* man, 72 Main street. In the Whole History of Medicine No preparation hss ©Tat performed such marvel long cures, or maintained so wide a reputation, as Avian umr Pst-roRAL, which Is recognlsod as the world's ranted; for all dleeaaes of the throat and lungs. Its long-continued series of wonder ful cures in all climates has made it universally knows as a safe and reliable agent to employ. Against ordinary colds, which are the forerun aers of more serious disorders. It acts speedily and surely, always relieving suffering and often saving life. Tne protection It affords, by its timoi iy use lo throat and ohaet disorders, makes It an tnvalnable remedy to be kept always on hand in every home. No person can afford to be without it, and those who have once used It never will, from their knowledge of its oompoeitlon and op •ration, physUisns use the Ouaaar PacroEAb ex tensively In their practice and olergytnen reeom mendlt It is absolutely oertaia lo iv healing effects, and will always ours where cures at* pos sible. For sale by til druggists LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4. 1883. LINES OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST Steamship Company. GOODALL, PERKINS * CO.. Ounersl Agents SAN FRANCISCO. NORTHERN ROUTES. STEAMERS LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO For Wrangle, Sitka and llArri-iburg, Alaska, ami Nanatmo and New West minster, B. C, as ad vertised In Soil. Fnuiclsoo newspapers. For Victoria, I'ort Townsaiid, Seattle, Tacoma, StellaooQin and Olvmpii* on tliu IOUi, 'Zmh .tn.l 50th of each month, except when those dates I fall on Suii-Ihv, Steamers one day earlier. For Astori* and Portland, every Wednesday and Sararday. FoM£ureka, Areata and Hookton, every Wodnes- For Point Arena, Cutty's Cove, Mule River Whltesboro, Mendocino City, snd Novo, even Monday. ' ' J SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIME TABLE FOR FEBRUARY. Coming Solttq. Ooino North. " ?? hit \\\\\ ii STSAa.ss. II „S 3 S |y 3 S ii _ [t Inr Hit n Anoon Feb. S Feh. 7 Feb. 0 Feh. 11 Orizaba.. " 10 " 12 " 14 '• m Anotw " 15 " 17 " iv " 21 Oriiaba ... "20 "22 " 24 ■* 26 Anoon " 25 " 27 March 1 March 3 Orizaba .. March 1 March 3 *' 6 " 7 Both steamships cal' at Tort Harford (Sun Luis Obispo) and Santa Barbara. Passentrers for San Oiejro tako the train that loaves Los Angeles for Sail Pedro ut 10:15 A. v. , Los Angeles time. atdTPaasengers going north take the train for San Pedro that leaves Los Angeles at 10:15 o'clock a. Los Angelas time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles: Cabin. Steerage To San Francisco, Monterey or Santa Crui fls slO To Port Harford 12 » To Santa Barbara 8 C. To San Diego 6 5 To San Diego and return U tftTPtans of Steamers' Cabins at Agent's office, whers berths may be secured. For Wav Porte. The staamer Los Anoiles leaves Sun Bue naventura for San Franciaco every Friday, call ing at Santa Barabara Oavlota, Cayucm, San Simeon Monterey and Santa Cruz, For Newport Landing, vis Santa Cruz, etc., freight steamers leave San Francisco about ever)' two weeks, as Udos serve on the Newport bar. Tho Compauy reserves the right to change the steamers or their days of sailing aW7T"K PASSAGE OR FREIGHT AS ABOVE, ' OR FOR TICKETS TO AND FROM i All Important Points in Europe, for Exchange on Eurotte, Ha McLELLAN, : : Agent. Offloe—No. 6 Commercial St., Los Angeles. ~ S. P. R. R TIME SCHEDULE. Monday, Jan. Ist, 1883. Trains losvs and arc due to arrive at XaOaß AHTOD I, B S LKAVS ARRIVE sua DssmtsTios. rsoa. B:2S a. a Colton fctf r. M. ■ •4:1)0 p. a Colton -9:40 a. a 8:Xo A. a. , TVining , Express 4:45 r. a • snd > !.* I. >. ( East. I Emigrant 4:16 A. a B:t6 a. a El Paso and East 4:46 r. a. 6:16 r a. ( San Francisco ) Express. 7:66 a. v 8:46 a. a. i Sacrauunto. )Emigr nt 3 10 r. a 0:6. A. a. .Santo Ana and Anaheim. 4:00 r. a. 4:60 r. a. .Santa Ans and Anaheim. 8:20 a. a :80 a. a Santa llonloa 8:16 a. a "4:10 1, a Ssnta Monica *4s» r. a. 15 JO r. a Santa Monica I5:S0 r. a. 10:00 a. a Wilmington .".'0 p. a imp s Wilmington 0:00 a. a. 10:00 a. a San Pedro t:» p. a. 4:00 p. a San Pedro.. „ .... «!0a a. a. *Sundays ezoepted. ISundays only. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger snd Ticket Agent. A. N. TOWNE, General Mapairer. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. R. DIRECT RAIL COMMUNICATION WITH NATIONAL CITY AND SAN DIEGO. < On and after Monday, August 21, 1682, trains j of the California Southern Railroad going south J will leave Colton dally at 11:05 a. or on arrival of East-bound Southern Pacific train, and will i leave Riverside at 11:30, arriving at San Diego at • 0:87 P. Oolng north, will leave San Diego at 7 a. m. \\ and Riverside at 1:46. arriving at Colton at 2:00 p.m., San Francisco time, making clone connec tion with train for Loe Angeles and San Fraaciaoo. Passengers will save from ten (10) to sixty (60) cents by purchasing their tickets of the agent before entering the cars. Round trip tickets cannot be obtained on the train. For Information address Agent California Southern Railroad, Colton, or J. N. VICTOR, Superintendent, and Gen. Kr't and Pass. Ag't, National City, Cal. au2S XaS.OOO AORBB ' OF THE , FINEST BOTTOM LAND , lo Southern California TO RENT for a share of the crop. Suitable for the raising of ail kinds of oereala, oomprliing the choluest portion of the < SAN JOAQUIN RANCHO, Isoostcd in the southern portion of the county, adjacent to and adjoining the Saota Ana Railroad Station and Newport Landing. tW~ l"or terms and particulars apply to WAL TER S. MAXWELL, 13 Court street, or to GEO. IRVINE, on the Ranch.' nflOtf BALD SEE^BARLEY. BALD OR RUSSIAN, making best kind, or Beardless May; for sale In lota to suit at E. GERMAIN'S, JB MAIN ITIIBt, LOS ANGELES. r PHYSICIANS, t — J| Dr. F. W. Conn, Lino of VlrglnU City, Nevada, will practice hla , profession at r Room No. 2, Wilcox i look. No. 40 Sprlnif street. febt-Sm t H. 8. OR MI, US. 0., I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ORIco !fe. 74 Main atreot, Lanfranco Dlock, Koonu Nos. 1, 8 and S. c Resldeiti-e, Hunker Hill Avenue, cor. Temple St, S ' lebl lm c Eugene Campbell, M. D., J HOMQJOPATHIST. Omen Holes- 10 to It A. «. sod 1 to i r. a. and 7 to 0. Orncs Larowle Block, corner of Spring and First streets. I Special attention given to diseases of the throat , and lungs. JanlO lm [ Dr. 0. F. Grillingham, Member Royal College Surgeons, England. Member Royal College Physicians, Edinburp. t PONETS BUILDING, 187 MAIN STREET. declHf , Walter Lindley, M. D. I Offloe Hours—2 to 4r. M. Omee-No. 18 Fort l street, between Temple and Franklin streets. , Residence - .No. 146 Fort street, between Fourth ' and Fifth streets. Telephone No. 42. dls-lm DUt K. D. WISE. I K. D. WISH. M. D., graduuto of the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, having returned from Europe, where he took special courses of instruction iv his profession in the great hospit als of London, Paris, Vienna anu Ectinburg, so licits sll oases requiring surgical skill and experi ence, and makes, as heretofore, A SPECIALTY ,UF DISEASES OF WOMEN. No charge made for first consultations unless foUo.'od by treat moot. Office In PHILLIPS BLOCK, MAIN ST.. Los Angeles, Cal. olfli-u hours fr mstolo a. a. and S to 5 r. «. mo-3m Dr. J. S. Griffin, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 164 MAIN STREET. Offloe Houra—9 to 11 a. M., 1 to 3 and 7to 8 r. m. Residence-East sido of Main street, below First. mls-tf Dr. Joseph Kurtz Has remine*. his office to No. 10 Main street opposite Baker Block a*ff"Eyc ami car diseases treated with tho care of a specialist. ep22 J. B. Winston, M. D, HEALTH OFFIOEH, NO. 7 DOWNEY BLOCK. OfTlco hours from 8:30 to 11 a. a.; and from 1:30 to 3:30 r. M. Vac cination gratuitous. sHO-tf J. Hannon, M. D., Ooonty Physician. | MASCAUEI. BUILDING, upstairs. Resilience, Rooms 49 and 60, Baker Block. Ornce hours from 10 to IS A. s.; from Ito 4r. s. ■ spW-tf LAWYERS. D. M. ADAMS, A T T 0 B N E V - A T . LAW, Room 6S Baker Block. Jaalltf J. Brousoeau. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. ; geT-NOS. US AND 67. BAKER BLOCK, mrlltf Eugene T. Lampton, ATTORNEY- A T - I, A W. ROOM NO X, TEMPLE BLOCK. ataTCollections made promptly. ol9tf JAS. G. HOWARD, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. , Downey Block, next door to Dr. Craw ford. jy22-tf William D. Stephens, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROOM as, TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES, WIU give special Mid prompt attention to the probate of wills and settlement of estates ef de cedents. ftp3o-ly Walter D. Stephenson, Attorney and Counselor at Law. OFFICE—NO. 8 TEMPLE BLOCK: Hsmtr M Smith. T. B. Brows A W. Ruttos. Smith, Brown & Hutton, ATTORNEYS ST LAW. Osnca-BOOMS 91. »! 4 S3 TEMPLE BLOCK, mrlltf JNO. ■. CHAPMAN. 1. A GRAVES. , Graves. & Chapman, , Attorneys and Counselors at Law. , ROOM NO. « BAKER BLOCK. 'elltf 8. C. Hubbell, 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROOMS I a 4, DUCOMMUNS BLOCK, corner Main and Commercial Sts., Los Angeles myTSf OROROE 8 HUPP. THOS. H SMITH. Smith & Hupp, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. OFFICES -38. SO * 40 TEMPLE BLOCK. Will practice in all of the State and Federal I Courts m California anil will give prompt and faititful attention to all business entrusted to them nltf BETTER THAN GOLD! 5 California Fruit Salt! | A Pleasant and Efficacious Remedy. , Rv over-indulgence in eating er drinkimr; have ' Sfrk of nervous llendache, I-rynesa ot the Hit in with Faverish Tendency, Night Sweat* and Bleep leeenest, by all means use SLAVEM'S FRUIT SALT! And feel young onos mors. It la th. woman's ] friend. Try It, 11,00 per nettle, a lot *5. Fo. sale by all druggists. tmV. r. II r.LVZKMAN, Agent for Los Angeles* H. Newmark & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Dealer. In Wool, Grain, Hides. 11, 13 aad 15 IXSB ANGELES STREET, lessf) NRW ADVERTIBEMKNTB. -A.T BARKER & ALLEN S, NEXT TO THE PICO HOUSE, GREAT SACRIFICE B CARPETS! FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. Reducing stock to make room for Spring Goods. Also ORE AT RE DETJOTION IK FURNITURE, SEWING MACHINES, SINGER, CROWN AND NEW HOWE. Large Stock of WALL PAPER in Latest Designs. Remember the Place BA-RKZIIt «Se ALLIINB, 8,10, 10 t*f, Main Street, Next to Pica House, Log Angeles, Cal. MM lm GRAND OPENING! A. VIGNOLO, (My Brand nf Good*.) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars and TOBACCOS. LIQUORS BY THE BOTTLE, GALLON OR BARREL. We put np out good.* for medicinal and family purpose* and deliver free of charge to any part of the city. French and Imported Wines and Liquors of All Kinds, all New Stock. Mr. Vignolo, being well known in the city and county, will do what is fair and right with all. BERNARD BLOCK, First Street, Between Main and Spring. . declTtf IMC. BCOBRIS, X-T-i-JST-T' BOOTS SHOES Downey Block, NO. 75 MAIN STREET. •19-ly IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! OBAND OPBIVINO OF THE Los Angeles Jewelry Store, No. 130 Main Street. V ' ' laV "i ll j , " or '" »>'""» tho la- / ■ ' vit-itiity that 1 liovo commenced W. — bualnßas it trie above address with an •/? NN |Mb Vafaßsst. extensive :uiil c irefiilly assorted stork of IA Clocks, Celebrated f V MMM WMMtjMMMMMB Sterling .&% asssal sasssT 0»i New Yon will JfmJM WLWEmT A "-"'''' H ■ goods any house town. SXHrffJ| OnlvONK PLAIN H figures. tJfM In the Repairing Line, will say ■ satisfnetion Hsv splitseconds saSi ne aWWssslWNBs--- frM\ I SEEattaH iiitajssto&T. As,: ''' ssasE^ljgHSE^^pßasmflß^^' 7 * Main .Si. California Block, Los An geles. 029-3.ii f. O. « OR\ELU S. Prop r. nor. childs, HARDWARE EMPORIUM NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST. Dealor in Stoves, Ranges, Hardware, Agricultural Implement!, Korea aud Lift Pumps, Rubber Hobo, Crockery and Glassware, iron and Lead Pipe. Sole Agent for the Superior Stoves and Range*, manufactured by Bridge ft Beach Manufactur- ( ing Co., St. Louis, Mo. Mnnufactors* of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware and 1 Artesinn Well Pipe. Plumbing in all its branches done to order with neatness and ' dispatch. jy2l-tf | 1 — APsa/s-r-rs Buggies, Carriages, Etc! I Have on Hand a Select altork or THE CELEBRATED TIMKIN SPRING VEHICLES, Made by the ABBOTT BUGGY COMPANY, of Chicago, Ilia. My ve hicles aro made of tbe BEST MATERIAL and are of Superior Workman ship. All those in want of thoroughly reliable vehicles at low rates will consult their own interest my stock before purchasing elsewhere. WM. PINGREE, 4* LOS ANGELES STBEET. LOS ANGELES. isall Its NEW ADVERTIHFMENTS. OPPORTUNITY TO GET BARGAINS. Joseph Murtagh & Co., No. 116 Main St., Los Angeles. WILL CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF THEIR Winter Stock of Dry Goods — OOBTSISTIIVa O TP DRESS GOODS, SILKS, VELVETS, PLUSHES, DOLMANS AND ULSTERS, At a OREAT REDUCTION, in order to make room for their NEW SPRINO STOCK In Transit from New York. , JOSEPH MUBTAGH «Sc 00. HOTELS. Cosmopolitan Hotel. First-Class. THE FINEST HOTEL. IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMFX ft DEXKER, Proprietors. This Is thu onl.r reliably first rlaae hotel, is sit uated In the center of tin- city ut Los Angeles, contains noarly ft hundred'spacious and airy rootuß, newly furnished ill tho most comfortable style. Ituoms in suites for famlli-a and parties on e\erv it.x-r. with hot and cold t.uths. THE TABLE will always ho furnished with the hest supplies thtit etui lie pr-suri-d ill the market. A FREE COACH is always on balal hi i arrv guests to the house. No |itilns spared to make guest* comfortable In e> A r 'LA*.riE READING ROOM open night and HENHY HAMMEL, myl7tf A. 11. DENKER. THE COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT, V. DOIi, Proprietor, DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREET. Receives allra and serves up overf Jay the choicest FISH, ladUdlrii' SOLE, TURBOT and SEA TROUT. MR. DOL is ths exclusive consignee ot >he cel ebrated FRi IMAGE DE UltlE, which •'«* he hatl at this rsstaurant. SPRING CHICKENS, Just in from tho '»uchas cooksd in every style. This rsstaurant is Los Angeles's Delmonico. nivltt SOUTHERN Hotel and Restaurant), SAN FERNANDO STREET, OPPOSITB THE NEW DEPOT. EVERYTHING NEW, CHEERFUL snd IN VITING. Private cntnuies lor ladles. All trains stop for meals BAR supplied with the CHOICEST LIQUORS and CIOAitS. Terms reasonable. W. B. SALMON, Proprietor. EaT-BARHER SHOP and BATH ROOM con nected with the house- n2Btf Lodging at the Plaza House. On Olvera St., near the PLau. tsTBEDS BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN. oVJS-lin A. KALMB.VCH, Proprietor. BAY VIEW HOTEL, Wilmington, Cal., Is now open for tbe reception of guests. The table will be supplied with all tbo delica cies of th. season. -A- ri»TH It a% Tst Is attached to tho house, at which none but the BIST LIQUOR?, WMtS, BEERS AND CICARS WILL BE SERVED. TERMS MODERATE. Jansu- UEOItWR O'BRIBM. Wilkins House, Santn Crnz, Cal. The Best Family Hotel in the City. FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY REBPECTI LOCATED ON PACIFIC AVENUE, One block from Tel. graph. Express aud Postofnce*. Affording superior accommodations for fatnl llas and tourists; having spacious grounds, tilled with choice Hoe/era and plants. Street cars pass tbe door every ten minutes (or the beach. HATES 'i U] to at per day; as to tlO per week. Free carriage at all trains and steamers da Jin P. V. WILKINS, Proprietor. A Beautiful Homestead FOR S ALE at a BARGAIN. O.N'I.Y 30 MINUTES RIDE FROM PLAZA. Fifteen seres of highly cultivated land. Two seres in choicest variety of irrapes; 12 acres in Oranges, Figs, Apples, I'oars, Necurlnrx.l'tjaches, hii.l in fscl every northern fruit. It is a thrifty voting place ami by careful management will re alise to Its owner 91,000 income annually and in ' crease right along. THKEE ACRES, WITH S-ROOMED RUSTIC Hoi'Sl', fronting on Jefferson St. A good barn and nuthouses, farm implements and two good horsea Title to these pieces ot land is A 1, *tth an ab stract In full to date. They are on No. t Ditch and have au ample supply ot water the year around. For Further information apply to ROBERTA. HROtTN, JanSU At Woodworth's store, Main street. HARDWARE. JUST RECEIVED, direct (rem Furor*, a large invoice ot PRUNING KNIVES AND SHEARS. A fall and complete saseortmeat of Mecm.Q>os J Tools, Pocket and Tabic Cutlery always on band. Tlie celebrated IsJsati Mole Trap aad M.OOu as sorted articles. 0. DUCOMMUN, No. M MAIN ST., (oaVesa) Los Angeles, taL Santa Monica Hotel, A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL On the BlulT Overlooking the Ocean, 10 Miles from Los Angeles, J. W. SCOTT, Proprietor. d . lw TRY BAETLETT BROS. -T OR ELEQAKTT GOODS! Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILVERWARE, PIANOS AND ORGANS, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST I First St., Opposite Nadeau Block. •ttl-Jm Steinway & Sons', Weber AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS MAKES OF PIANOS. ESTEY AND STERLING ORGANS For Sale Cheap for Cash or on easy payments at Clarke's Music Store, Bernard Block, First St. bet. Spring and Main. A. K. CLARK. The Largest Carriage and Wagon Repository in California! * A $40,000 Stock! Look at Our Prices! Buggy with top 9115 Pbietons 9150 Buggy without top 100 Platform spring wagon . 135 Carnages, extension top ,250 Three spriu. wagon 120 Open oaroucheti 125 Business spring wagon 90 Four spring wagon, 9133. WE HAVE ALMOST ANY STYLE YOU WANT. Wo also carry a large stock of DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS of the beat quality and style at correspondingly low prices. NEXT DOOR EAST OF FASHION STABLES, MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES. „ SJm J. R. McMANIS, Manager. The American Colony. HOMES FOR THE PEOPLE I Good Soil, Abuiuluutr or Water, |iiisur|uiNsed Lo cation, \U riimntc. The advantages of soil, climato, water facilities and availability to the bsst markets in Southern California render this the most favorable opportunity for se miiii, renaaner»tive and beautiful homes aft prices within renchof everybody, ever MlffSt, in < 'iiliforui.l. The land is sold in tracts of from 5 to 40 acres, with perpetual water right, at prices ranging from $50 to 960 per acre. The water will be placed in indestructi ble asbestine pipes on all parte of the land, and consequently will be free from all . impurities and available ai all times. tWßear in mind that a greater diversity of products . ;in be raised here than in any other part of California. WILLMORE CITY. A Public Auction Sals of town lots will take place OCTOBER 31st, 1882. All lots in the lirst three tiers of blocks fronting the bay have been withdrawn from market until the Auction S\le. Desirable lota for sale now (not in the re served blocks), nt from $50 to $100 each. aVPartiea desiring In visit the Colony land, will (ilcuse call at the Colony offloe. A hack from tho CoTouy now connects with the noon train at Wilmington every day (except Sundays) ti'. carry parties over tho lands, hy the resident agent, J. ii. SMITH. A Prospectus, with full pnrliculars, mailed free on application. J. H. LESTER, President. Call on or ad dross W. E. WILLMORE. Secretary. Room 2, Mohr Block, 38 Spring St. Los Angelea. OaL altf NO. H2.