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V,OL. XVIII. DAILY HERALD. PntiUshad every morning;, except Monday by JOSEPH D. LYNCH. TKRMS FOR HERALD: cr annum, by mail or express #10.00 x months, by mail or express 6.00 nc months 1.60 DSteITBSStV ST OASMIBS, fSR WSSS, 26c. WEEKLY HERALD. PrSLISHSS Bvbrt SaTUSDAT MoRMINO TKRMS: On* yesr. lyssl m nfttm. sew copy sb-ix. Six month!, by mail or express) 1 75 Threw montfts, by asail or eiprees I.OC AOVBHTISEMfKNTH inserted at reaaonable rates AW All Umla of Job Work don* toc*s*Mt» wit* Hut krwtimm In asaw, styU and ilßji-iil or trarkmanshlo. Would Alt. urt, Tell. P1...H New York, Fell. 15.—Tho Star says: It was currently reported on Wall street yesterday that Jay Oonld had disposed of his interest in the World newspaper, and that it will no longer be run aa his special journal. Color is lent to the re port by sweeping changes in the manage ment of the nnanctal department. It was stated, semi-officially, that Gould do* sired to rid himself of his newspaper burden prior to his trip around the globe. ■Avia-HTA, Ga., Feb. 14.—The Jockey Club races opened yesterday with a mod erate attendance. The mile race was won by Duke Mori Alban. Time, 1:46,. Tbe three-quarter mile rata, hy Palmet to. Time, 1:29. The mile-and-an-eighth race was won hy Homespun. Time, 2K)li. M.da A»h Hat.Xat.tar],. Rochester, H. V., Fab. 11.—Soma English capitalism will establish at War saw the only sods ash factory in the United States. Thousands of men will be employed. Prohibition In Maine. Aususta, Me., Feb. 13.—The Senate passed the Constitutional Prohibitory Amendment, three members voting against it. Klrrtlou Ip Mexlrw. City or Mexico, Feb. 14.—Returns indicate the election of General Parferio Diaz, a prominent National, as Judge of the Supreme Court. LATE TELEGRAMS. [•PBCIAL TO THE HERALD. 1 Til*) Am—m Pmasieaiffera. Sa.v Fuvt'ifwo, Feb. 14.—The steamer Ancon sailed nt 9a. m. to-day with th* following passenger* for Lo* Angeles: Mrs X Wilson, J ttaptist, J BUunther, ("has Hoffman, W Wild, \V Hennessey, W J Tigh*,M Lee, MrDownes.Mr Rich ardaon, Mr Richards, Mrs Nellie Mc- Donnell, J P Martin, A Nichols. The a>slalats.re. S*<:RAMSa>TO, Yak. 14.— SXNATE -At the evening se.salon the Solano county contest of Dozier vs. Barnes was de baled and made a special order for Fri day morning. In the Assembly, in the evening, the Solano case was fuid over till to-morrow evening. Brake Out Is a Freak Hpot. Salt Lake, Feb. 14. Thin morning a warm south wind melting tbe snow on the foothills caused one of the worst floods ever witnessed hare. The streets are torn up, cellars tilled, a number of houses rendered unsafe. The damage is estimated at $15,000. Iv the evening the wind ohanged to th* north, and a snow storm is now prevailing. Hi Ulak Clraln Market. London, Feb. 12 — The Mark Lane Expre**, in its review of the British grain trade the past week, snya: Pricee of wheat are firmly maintained; sound nam plea improved a ahilling; foreign wheat firm and Od better; cargoes firm; red winter advanced Is !»I. There are eight arrivals; three reported. Hour firm; foreign flour dull ami unelcuiged. Bar ley and oats unchanged; foreign barley dearer; foreign oats dull and declined. Maize unchanged and firmly held. Sales of Euglish wheat the past week were 53,130 quartan at 40s 8.1 per quarter, agaiuat 45,102 quarters at mi* 6d for the corresponding period last year. The r lo*Srst ftesjleas. NiwroaT, Ky.,Feb. 14.— Mayor Har lan has issued an appeal to the country for aid. Three thousand ftsmili«M are destitute. Madiaon, Ind., Feb. 14. -The river is still ruins. No fatalities, but great data age and destitution are reported. Cisi'iN'N ATI, Feb. 14.—A special says: At Pittsburg the river is rising. It has been raining all day and a greater rise is expected. Wamhikutom, Feb, 14.—A Signal Service bulletin says: The Ohio is rising again at all points aad has reached a h«ighth of 06 feet and one inch at Cin cinnati and 49 feet two inches at Louis ville. It ia above the danger line at Cairo and a dangerous flood will proba bly follow on the Mississippi. Rain pre vailed yesterday in districts east of the Mississippi and north went and in the contributaries in the Ohio valley, the lake region aad middle States. Medical science every now aad then is astonished at some discovery that con troverts its theories in one direction or another. The lateat development ia given us in a story which may be taken with dne allowance, but ia still worth the tellioK. It is of a man in Peanayl vania half a century old, who haa never had a tooth in his month nor a hair, not even downy hair, upon his bead or body. What Is more marvelous is the discovery that there are uo porea in his skin. Physiology teaches that without per spiratnry glands man cannot exist, but in this carte the microscope discloses that there ia absolutely a poreless a'vin. Despite this fact he has always enjoyed excellent health. When he worka or moves about, and become*, warm, it is uecesaary to caat water over him to abate the heat that in oriiraYry men ia relieved by perapiration. Not withstanding, he has never had a cold, though constantly acouatomed to wear ing wet clothing when exeroiHing. In hot Bummer nights be rests on his damp cel lar floor until his body ia cool,and then retires aa do other men. He haa seven children, and none of them have full sets of teeth, though some of them have at tained to full maturity. None of them are, however, hairless or poreless. Re cently be consented to come to Phila delphia and submit to examination be fore the medical societies and students of medical colleges; but as he needs to keep his clothing constantly wetted to preserve his blood at normal tempera ture; the visit was a matter of inconven ience to him. The man is entirely des titute of the sense of smell, and the sense of taste is but very feebly devel oped. That ha lives at all, runs the tale, astonishes the medical profession, which, however, in these daya haa met with many strange cases and is becoming ac customed to finding that its rules have many more exceptions that the books consent to.— Record-Union. Little Rock, Feb. 14—The Arkan- * sas and other rivers are rising, and feats ' of another disastrous overflow prevail. r Fax mo nt, Feb. 14. - A heavy rain fell ! at five o'clock this afternoon. Tbe dam . gave way aad about the same time the . trestle work for the new bridge on the Lake Shore Railway was swept away. J LonsviLLß, Feb. 15.—The river haa f risen slowly all day and is now rising ten c inches an hour. Owing to preparations | less damage ia being done than at the | beginning. The highest water ever t known before was forty-two feet. At the i head of the canal it ia 08 feet within a i foot of the falls and worse coming all a along. Withtn seven wiles of Louisville ( along tbe river front, to-day the water a has been creeping on to the recond sto- | rice of buildings, widening in extent ( toward the western boundaries of the city. , Perhaps one hundred additional ( buildings have been taken since tbe last < report. A heavy embankment on a short Hae of railroad broke at the foot of Clay street, for 00 feet, one part of 1 tbe house being swept away. The road ia under water from First io Weusel atreeta, a distance of nine squares, to a t depth of four feet. A lot of might cars kept on the track to prevent the break, 1 were tossed amide like bubbles. The • break caused twenty-seven houses to be t inundated. \ •Eaten rrosu lew York. Nkw YOU. Feb. 13. -Treasurer Van- \ derpoel of the Dock Department says of ] Chief Clerk Whitney 'a deficiency: "Just , aa the Commissioners of Records began , the examination of ti.e hooka and money . .department Whitney came into my , room and said, "I am in great trouble. , lam short $0.800." He then asked me J to advance him the money, promising , to repay It in two days. The next day , I drew my check for $0,800 and he j placed it in the safe. The other Com- . miaaionera told me my loan would not be j repaid. I would not have cared if it bad been but two daya later. Whitney's ( brother gave me back the money. Whit- , nay told me he loat the money in a min ing ■peculation." j The Postal Telegraph Company claims , that it can do more work with ils two , wires than atxty ordinary wires equip ped with Morse instruments. HsibacU'a Voluntary Contrlhu tlene. Dmarr, Feb. 14.—Six more ballots were taken In the Senatorial elections. In the last two, eight fusionists voted for Ferry amid much excitement and lacked ten of electing him. Before the Investi gating committee Northam Church, editor of the Grand Rapida Time*. The paper alluded to in Baily'a testimony ad mitted receiving money various timea during the Summer and Fall from Hub bell which he spent giving dinners and other entertainment* to help on the op position to Ferry. He spent one thous and to twenty-five hundred dollars but couldn't say precisely how much. RKplosion < ad». «i by atewer Uaa. CINOIMKATi, Feb. 15. A terrific ex plosion occurred this morning in a large ahree-story brick building, occupied by four families, situated in the western portion of the city. The explosion was caused by fire damp or sewer gas in the cellar. The building was laid in ruins. A number of people are fatally injured. The explosion was accompanied by a very loud report. The adjoining build iags are much damaged. The victims are being removed from the ruins. Uosia-reaaleaal. Washington, Feb. 14. —The House, in committee on the Legislative Appro priation bill amendment, agreed to make a reduction in forty-four districts, and will if finally agreed to go into effect on the first of July next An amendment was adopted repealing the law providing for an Assistant Secretary of War and Assistant Secretary of the Navy, fte Mete it he. New Yobk, Fab. 15.—A Time* Wash ington special aaya: It is believed that Monti&treC Ricolle, one of the defend ants la the pending Star Route trial will plead guilty In Court to-morrow, upon the wit nana stand and reveal the seersta aad history of the graf.t conspir acy. Regarding Restaurants and Waiters in reference to a largo restaurant on the west side, the "Hermit" of the Troy Tim** writes; 'They cook by steam, heat the building in the same manner, and use the electric light. In the res taurant business, as in every other, there is a vast difference in the rates of profit. Meats being a leading article are not re munerative, but dessert dishes pay hand somely. Coffee and tea are very profita ble, but the bar ia the best of all. The waiters come on in gradual force to meet the advancing hours, and arc relieved in a regular manner. The same rule applies to cooks and carvers. The latter require great practice to reach a proper degree of skill, and an expert is worth $100 per month. He must Work with a rapidity and a precision which is really surpris ing, and a slight variation from the proper cut will soon make a marked difference in tbe profits of the house. It is now estimated that 5,000 waiters and other employes are required by the restaur..nt, it? tltif city, sisjd thai the ag gregate capital is not luss than $1,000,• 000. Tho system is adapted to all classes, aud while Pinard and Delmoni co can furnish a dinner whose bill will be forty dollars per gueit, there's a stall iv the market where you can get a bowl of clam soup for tive oeuts and two soda cracker* thrown in." Put Him in the Bill. "Did you notice that the Karl uf Stam ford was dead?" said an Englishman to the London representative of the Frtr Fret*. "Yes. Who was he?" "A great sporting nobleman. Hi* title dates from Richard I. He had nnlimited faith in the power of money.the suprem acy of the aristocracy ana the general worthlessness of all the rest of humanity. One day he and at?w patrons of the turf were dining at the Star aud Garter, at Richmond.where Thackeray says it will cost you ten and sixpence to look at the waiter. It cost the earl somewhat more than that sum. He had some words with the waiter, and thinking the man insolent, he sprang up, and, to the hor ror of all present, sent the unfortunate man, neck and keels crashing through )he window down on the terrace below. The man's cries alarmed the whole neighborhood, and the landlord came breathless up the stairs and said: M 'My Lord, you have killed the waiter. " ' Thanh all ri',' hiccoughed the earl, *Ju«ht put the villain down in the bill." "The injured waiter was interviewed. He named the amount that would sat isfy his wounded feelings, and it was Ent down in the bill and cheerfully paid y the boozy earl." A Naval Suggestion. Congressman Morse of Massachusetts has made a new suggestion, and not a bad one, either, in regard to the build ing of naval vessels. Ho wants to sell the Navy Yard At Charles town* Mass,, for $10,000,000, and invest the sun so that it will produce $400,000 a year; then add to tha latter the $400,000 which it costs manually to keep the yard open, making a total fund of $800,000. With this sum a first-class steel cruiser could b« built erery second year, and Mr. I Morse very properly thinks this would be of more advantage to the Government than keeping open an establishment as useless as a horse eating his head off in idleness. The advantage of the plan is that it provides a definite sum to be used in naval construction every year, or every second year, so that the amount spent for that purpose ueed not be left to uncertainty, as It has been in the past, lor made dependent on political contin gencies.—Alia. Ka.tern liar ins. Mrs. General Rosecraus, who has been ill in Washington for nearly a week, was stricken with an attack of paralysis Monday night. For several hours her life was deapaired of. PHYSICIANS. Dr T. C 4) A LB. HIALTH OFFICER. Ofßce, lor th* i.resent, room 3, Ltc*)t*nt>erger Block, Main vtrwet, above First. Oflc* hours lor Vacciriattnjr and other city biwlnosi, fropi 8 to 10 a. ft, fab7tf SR. 0. H. BSACH. DR. M. nsJAKDSZ DBS. BEACH 4 FERNANDEZ, Homosopathists. Or nr. m Main afreet, over American Cuh Store. mm Dr. F. W. Conn, Lite of Vi rwlnie Cite, Nevada, will practice hla profession at Boom No. 3, Wilcox i look, No. 40 Spring etreet. I ebt-3in H. S. OR ME, M. D„ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office No 74 Main street, Lanfranco Block, itooins No*. 1, t anal 8. Resklenoe, Hunker Hill Avenue, cor. Temple St febl lin Dr. O. F. Qillingham, Member Royal Collage Surgoone, Ersrlsnd. MeuiUr stoyal College Hii.lui.il., salinbunr. rONETS BUILDINU, 127 MAIN STKKhT daclttf DR. K. D. WISE. K. I). WIWC M. 0., graduate ol the Jeffereor. Medical College, I'hlladelpnja. baeiag returned from Europe, where he took special courses of instruction in bis profession In tho great hospit als of Loft.!cm, Paris, Vienna ami Eilinburg, so licits all cases requiring surgical skill and experi ence, and makes, as heretofore, A SPECIALTY or DISEASES or WOMEN. No charge made lor first consultations unleee followed by treat went. Ofloe in PHILLIPS BLOCK, MAIN ST.; Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours tr .ru Btolo i. at. aad a to i r. «. flO-im Dr. J. 8. Griffin, OmnE AT RESIDENCE, 1M MAIN STREET. Office Hour. » to 11 a. M., 1 u> s and 7to a Rasidence— East able rat Main street, below Pint. mlo-tf Dr. Joseph Kurtz Has removed hie office to No. 19 slain street opposite Baker Block aVEye and ear diseases treated with the care of a specialist. spx*. J. lUnnon, M. D., County Physician. MASCAREL BUILDING, upstairs. Reeblenee, Rooms 40 and 60, Baker Block. Otfica hours from 10 to li a. a.; from 1 to 4r. a. aptO-tf LAWYERS. D. M. ADAMS, ATTORNEY.AT - LAW, R00m56 Baker Block. Janlltl if J. Brouooeau. Attomery twid Counsellor at Law. aITNoS. SO AND (7. BAKER BLOCK, mrlltf Eugene T. Lampton, ATTOBNSY-AT-LAW. ROOM NO. », TEMPLE BLOCK. M-Collectiooe made promptly. 0 oIBU JAB. a HOWARD, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Downey Block, next door to Dr. Craw ford. jy22-tf William D. Stephens, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ROOM St. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANOELES, Will give special and prompt attention to the probata of a ilia and settlement of wststot of de cedents. apSO-ly Walter D. Stephenson, Attorney and Counselor at Law. OFFICE No 8 TEMPLE BLOCK. Übnkt M Smith. T. B. Blow* A. W. Htmoa. Smith, Brown & Hutton, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Onion ROOMS 01, 09 ft 93 TEMPLE BLOCK, mrlltf IHO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. ORAVES. Graves & Chapman, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. ROOM NO. « BAKER BLOCK. VI 111 S. O. HubbeU, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROOMS 3 ft 4. DUCOMMLN 8 BLOCK, corner Main and Oomnweiel Hte., Los Angeles. my7sf OEOROE 8. HUPP. THOS. X SMITH. Smith Sc Hupp, Attorneys and Counaaiora at Law. OFPICES BU. SO *40 TEMPLE BLOCK. Will practice In all of the Bute and Federal Courts In California and will give prompt and faithful attention to all business eotrueted to them nltf BUTTERIOK PATTERNS ' AND Watch Making. WILL REMOVE TO '33 MAIN ST., OPPOSITE BAKER BLOCK. February lit 1883. [ JBSSBB H. BUTLER. FOR SALE. 1 THE INFIRMARY QROUNDS and BUILD t INOS, near Us. New Depot, about eight acres. will U sold at a bargain, lo whole or la lota to ' Salt. For particulars snd maps see Dleaerson 4 > Co., No. X Mala street. Jaa 1M A Strange Case. LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16. 1883. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Crystal J?alace. REDUCED PRICES! Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Chandeliers AT COST OF IMPORTATION I Get Our Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere. We will Always Sell Cheaper than our Competitors. MEYBERG BROS.. 81 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. Jylf-tl ja. a-sr. BARKER &AI.LENS, NEXT TO THE PICO HOUSE, GREAT SACRIFICE IN CARPETS! ' FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. Reducing stock to mike room for Spi iar? Goods. Also ORG AT RE DETJCTION IN FURNITURE, SEWING MACHINES, SINGER, CROWN AND NEW HOWE. Large Stock of WALL PAPER in Latest Designs. Remember the Place ( 8.10, 10 Main Street, Next to Pico Hon.c, Los Angeles, Cal. ! lan2B ltn 9 GRAND OPENING! A. VI^NOLO, (My Brand of Goods.) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars and TOBACCOS. LIQUORS BY THE BOTTLE, GALLON OR BARREL. ' We put up onr goods for medicinal and family purposes 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 i« fftir and right with all BERNARD BLOCK. First Street, Between Main and Spring. jagg J. B. JOYAUX. If. TROMBONI. JOYAUX & TROMBONE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And General Agents in Wool, Sheep and Other Produce. Agents for Matthews' Sheep Dip. Wholesale and Retail Dealers iv Oroceries, Provisions, Wines, T.tuaors, Toliaooos, Etc.; Farmers'. Wioe-t.rowere' ami Stock- Kaisers' Sundries. 140 Main Htrret. Between Court and first. ■ .»« Angi-lc • »l . B fITT — Buggies, Carriages, Etc! I Have an Hand a Select Stark of THE CELEBRATED TIMKIN SPRING VEHICLES, Made by the ABBOTT BUGGY COMPANY, of Chicago, Ills. My ve hicle, are made of the BEST MATERIAL and are of Superior Workman ship. All those in want of thoroughly reliable vehicles at low rates will consult their own interest by examining my stook before purchasing elsewhere. WM. PINGREE, 41 LOS ANGELES STREET, LOS ANGELES. itMillt Im LINES OF TRAVEL. PACITIO COAST Steamship Company. QOOLALL. PERKINS . CO.. Oeneral AtfonU SAN FRANCISCO. NORTHERN ROUTES. STEAMERS LEAVE SAN FRANCIUCO For Wrangle, Sitka and Hairiaburg, Alaska, and Naiiaimo and New WeatniitiHter, H. V.., nn ad vertised In San Francisco newspapers. For Victoria, Port Townsend, Seattle, Tacoina, Stolhtcoom and Olymple on the 10th 20th and 80th of each month, excei>t when those date* tall on Sunday, steamers one day earliwr. For Astoria and Portland, every Wednesday arid Saturday. Areata aud Ilookton, every Wudnes- For Potnt Arena, Cuffy'i Cove, Little River White*boro, Mendocino City, and Novo, everj Monday. SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIMI TABLE FOR FEBRUARY. Co.iau Soutu. ! Golao North. I ~ l\ hllM\ ft STaiaaaa. |S p5 d » |? 33 §3 ff |f if ? ||| l\ Ancon Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 0 Feb. 11 Oriiaba ... 101 " lit " 14 10 Anew ■' 15 ] " 17 ' 19 " 21 Oriiaba .. " 20 " 22 '* 24 26 Anoon. ... ■' M >• id 7 March 1 March a OrUaba.. Uaich l|.Mur<ti 3 " t. " 7 Doth atteamshlpe call at Port Harford '.San Luis Obispo) and Santa Barbara. Pawietiirer* for San Itiogo take tho train that leaves laos Angeles tor San i'clrx at 10:15 a. M., Lob Angeles time. a^Passengers going north take Uu- train for San I'edro that leave.-* lym, Antrulea at 10:lj o'clock a. «., Los Angeles time Baton of Fare from Los Angeles: Cabin. Steorngs To San Francisco, Monterey or Santa Crux «16 610 To Port Harford 1? 0 To Sauta Darbara. s 0 To San Diego 6 6 x To S*n Diego and return 11 * asTPlana of Steamers' Cabim at Agent's office, wherd borths may be secured F For Way Porta. j The steamer Los AvoSLas leave* San Bue naventura for San every Friday, call ing at Santa Barabara Oaviota, Cayueos, Han sUrneon Monterey and Santa Crux. For Newport Landing, via Santa Cruz, etc., fl freight steamers leave San Francisco about every two weeks, aa tides serve on the Newport bar. The Company reserves thi* right to chantre the steamers or their days of sail ins; t&TrOR PASSAGE OR FREIGHT AS ABOVE, OR FOR TICKETS TO AND FROM All Important Points in Europe, ■ for Exchange on Europe, H. MoLBLLAN, : : Agent. OfJoe— No. 5 Commercial St. Los Anirelea. i TIME SCHEDULE. 1 Monday, Jan. Ist, 1883. Train, leave and are due to arrive at j mm OSB ASraBLHS roa DanuiTtoM. pao*. ] ».-jr. a. a. Coltta.. 4:45 r. ». '1:80 r. at Colton '»:»0 a. ■ «s»a». ( Dentine;) Etpreaa 1:15 r a i aJM I bMr.x. ( bat. ) boa-rant 1:15 » a 8:15 ». El Peeo and Eaat 1:16 p. w. . 615 p. M. , San Franclaoo , Express 7:55 A. H 8:45 a. M. \ Sacramento. ) Emig-r'nl 8:10 p. v D:HS . m. .Santa Ana and Anaheim. loon/:.* 4:50 p. M. Santa Ana and Anaheim. 8:80 A. a :80 A. ■ Seuu Monica 8:15 A. a 1 '4:80 p. ■ Santa Monica '4:00 r. H, 15:80 p. a Santa atonic. 15:80 r « 10:00 A. ■ Wilmington SrSO r. a. 4:00 p a Wilmington 8:00 a. a. 10:00 A. H San Pedro 8:10 P. a. 4:00 p. m. San Pedro 9:03 ... a. , 'Sunday, exoepted. tSundara only. T. H. GOODMAN, General Peawmrcr and Ticket Agent A. N. TOWNK, General Manager. E. a HEWITT. Aaenrtaat Superintendent, Lo. Ang-elae CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. R. DIRECT RAIL COMMUNICATION WITH NATIONAL CITY ARB SAN DIE CO. On and after Monday, August SI, 1382, trains of the CaJitornis, Southern Railroad going south will leave Cotton daily at 11:06 a. h., or on arrival of Emit hound Southern Pacific train, and will leave Riverside at 11 bo, arriving at San Diego at «:S7 r. M. Going north, will leave San Diego at 7 a. m. and Riverside at l ed, arriving at Colton at 2 00 F. a., San Frartcisoo time, in*king close connec tion with train for Los Angeles and San Francisco. Passengers will save from ton (10) te sixty (AO) cents by purchasing their tickets of the agent before entering the cats. Round trip tickets cannot be obtained on the train. For information address Agent California Southern Railroad, Colton, or J. N. VICTOR, Superintendent, and Gen. Fr't and Pass. Ag*t, ■ National City, Cal autt 18.000 AOBBS OF THE FINEST BOTTOM LAND In Southern California TO RENT for a share of the crop. Suitable for the raising of all kinds of cereals, comprising the choicest portion of ths SAN JOAQUIN RANCHO, , Located in the southern portion of the county. adjacent to and adjoining the Santa Ana Railroad Station and Newport Landing. HP" For tanas and particulars apply to WAL , TER 8. MAXWELL, 13 Court street, or to GEO. - IRVINE, od th* Ranch. . nSStf BALD SEED BARLEY. BALD OR RUSSIAN, making beat kind, or " Baardleaa Hay; lor aal. in lota to full at E. GERMAIN'S, (n MAIN mm, LOS ANGELES. J. M. GRIFFITH & CO., Lumber Dealers, ALAMEDA BTRBBT, Between Macy and Chaves Street . aasLsa, ra DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINOLEb POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS. ETC ETC. O. E. DeFORESTT ASSAY ER, Grnrral Mining Agency. BOOM 1. COR. FIFST AND SPRING STREETS, P. 0. Boi UO. (fob. M Loa Anjalm, Cal. Sheep Range to Lease. Good Pasture Land, IN BEAR VALLEY, SAN BERNARDINO CO. WILL CARRY 10,000 BHISP. Apply lo E J BALDWIN or 1. T. FALVEY, Sup.rinund.ut Santa Anita Banah. <KJ.lai NEW ADVEKTISFMKNTB. HUGHES'S RUSSIAN BATHS I NOS. 15 and 17 MAIN STREET. STEAM AND MEDICATED BATHS ADMINISTERED UNDER TnE SUPER VISION or Un PROPRIETOR, who lias had an extended experience in his line. ELECTRICITY APPLIED. Both in the Steam or Without, as Desired. Sulphur and Other Medi cated Baths Specialties. A FEMALE ATTENDANT WILL WAIT ON LADIES. ROBEET HUGHES, 15 and 17 MAIN STEEET, LOS ANGELES. I.Mtl HOTELS. Cosmopolitan Hotel. Firnt-OlasH. THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMKL & DKNKKK, IVoprietora. This h the or.lv reliably first class hotel, it sit . uated in the center of'thu city of l,>m Aiwl<™. contains nearly a humlreU spacious anil airy rooms, newly furnished i 11 the moat comfortable style. Rooms in suites for familes and parties on im t-rv ft- >or, with hot and cold baths. THE TABLE will always be furnished with the best supplier that can ■*» procured in the market, A FREE COACH ia always on hand to carry 11. tin to the house. No pains spared to make guests comfortable In ALsUHi READING KoOH open night and day. HENRY HA MM EL, myl7tf A. U. DENKER. THE COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT, , V. DOL, Proprietor, DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIS STRUT. Receive, .lira and aervea up every .1.. tho choicest FISH, IllllmWlal SOLE, TI'UBOT anil SEA TROUT. MR. DOL ia the eiehuive consignee ol the eel ehrated FROMAOE DE lIHIE, .hich Bt.lv he had at thil reataurant. SPRING CHICKENS, Juet in Irom the ranchai cooko.l in every atyle. Tins restaurant i. Loa Angolcs'. Duhnonico mrlU SOUTHERN Hotel and Restaurant, SAN FERNANDO STREET, OPPOSITE THE NEW DEPOT. EVERYTHING NEW. CHEERFUL and IN VITING. Private entrance for ladiea. All train, atop for meals. BAR .implied with the CHOICEST LIQUORS and CIGARS. Term, reaaonable. W. B. SALMON, Proprietor. taT-BARBER SHOP and BATH ROOM con nected with the bouao- nzstf Lodging- at the Plaza House. On Olvera St., lieu the Pl«x». eVHEDS BY THE HAY, WEEK OR MONTH. EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN d23-lm A. KALMBACII, Proprietor. Wilkins House, Santa t'ruz, Cal. The Best Family Hotel in the City. FIRST-CLASS IH EVERY RESPECT I LOCATED ON PACIFIC AVENUE, One block from Telegraph. Bxpreaaaod Poetofflcea. Affording euaerior accoimnodationa for fami li.. and touriate; having apacious ground., filled with choice flower, and planta. Street era pas. the door cver\ ten minute* for the beach. RATES—fI.SO to fS par day; ■ to 110 per week. Free carriage at all train, and steamer.. dtS3» P V. WILKINS, Proprietor. MUSICAL ANNOUNCEMENT EX TRAORDINARY. For the benefit of my friends and customers and the public iv general, 1 beg to annouii< c that by Monday, December 18th, I will have oa exhibit.**, ready to stand the test of the most skillful artists, the following pianos, comprising tbe best selection ol instrsuueuts aver brought to Southern raiiforuia, via: The Peerless GEORGE STECK, of Now York, square and upright. The Unrivalled GUILE aud CHURCH, square SPENCER * CO., square and ''The' Best MA NT RATION, square and sprigbt, and others of the beet niskea in ths United States. Also, the SMITH AMERICAN organ. All of which I will sell for cash at a great dis count, 01 on imttailinenU ol $10 per month. There will be given with each instrument a stool, cover and instruction book, and a written war ranty for ten veers, which warrant? is backed by a capital of tiuD.OOO. Any one desiring to make a desirable and beautiful Christmas present, whether with money or without it, will please call and examine my stock. He may be sure that in doing so be will save brow 60 to 100 per cent., twsidee being well suited in quality and First Street, bet* - w\Ui', Imd aids. dil-tf A Beautiful Homestead FOR SALE at a BARG AIN. ONLY » MINUTES RIDE FROM PLAZA. Fifteen acres o( highly cultivated land. Two acres ia choicest variety of grapes; IS acres in Oranges, Figs, Apples, I'ears, Noctarin. iwhe*, and in tact every northern fruit. It is a thrifty young place and by careful management will re alise to its owner tt.ooo u.conw annually aad iv ! crease right along. THREE ACRES, WITH BROOMED RUSTIC Hi (USE, fronting on Jefferson St. A good bam and outhouses, farm imphmienta and two good assess. Title to these pieces of land Is A I, with an ab street in lull v, dite. They are on No. X Ditch and have an ample supply of water tbe year around. For Further information apply to BOUCRTA. BROWN, janSU At Wood worth's store, Main street. , MINES AND LANDS. C. HILL HOWARD & CO. ' Q- HILL. HOWARD, Oen'l Mannger. Land, and Mine bought and *>ld in Arliona. New Mexico. Sonera, Suuvloa and Mexico. Large j and valuable land and mining propertie. am hand and for aale. Addre». Tucaoa, Arlaona. • r. H. Howard. Eau , Loa Angela., correspond | .at ol Da, firm. Mbltl THEO. WOOLWEBER, DRUGGIST. Corner of Fort and Third sts.. — DEALER IN DRUG3. MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. Prwriptlona rare/ully compuuauvd at all Hour, of th. DAY AID VK.IIT IaMN NEW YORK BREWERY. LAUTH A STICKER, PROP'S. (Successor* to Chris. Houns) TheCLBAREST, PUREST and HOST BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of Son Pnuicisco. Orders lor DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BEER roraptly Attend*, to. Ths celebrated lk-«r from this Brvwsry deflos competition in this Stale* California Loan Oilier. CIORNER LOS ANGELES AND COM- <V t mcrcia. streets, under White House. L Advance* mousy on, slso buys sod salli** ' all kinds of tswslry, pistols, runs, etc. All trans aetlOM strictly cooMsatial. feast* j Santa Monica Hotel HOTEL On the Bluff Overlooking the Ocean, Hi Miles from Los Angeles, J. W. SCOTT, Proprietor. „. 17H TRY BABTLETT BEOS. FOR Q-OOIDS! Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILVERWAEE, PIANOS AND ORGANS, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST I First St., Opposite Nadeau Block. .121 3m Steinway & Sons', Weber AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS MAKES OF PIANOS. ESTEY AND STERLING ORGANS For Sale Cheap for Cash or on easy payments at Clarks's Music Store, Bernard Block, First St. bet. Spring and Main. *~» A. K. CLARK. -US- OBEBISTBI.I.ZIR WHOLKSALL' AND RETAIL DEALER IN . ZEPHYR, CERMANTOWN, KNITTING WORSTED, SAXONY, SHETLAND WOOL, AND FLOSS, FAISY ZEPHYR, CANVAS, EMBROIDERY MATERIALS, ETC. l«s ... MUX STREET. - - - 168 Particular attention given to order, lor French Stamping ant Designing. leh»-Un The Largest Carriage and Wagon Repository in California! A $40,000 Stock! Look at Our Prices I Buggy with top $115 Fits-tons $150 Buggy without top 100 Platform spring wagon . 135 Carriages, extension top .250 Three spring wagon 120 Open barouches 125 Business spring wagon 90 Fonr spring wagon, $135. WE HAVE ALMOST ANY STYLE YOU WANT. We alto curry a large stock of DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS of tha best quality .ii 1 style at correspondingly low price*. NEXT DOOR EAST OF FASHION STABLES, MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES. , ia3ui J. R. McMANIS, Manager. The .American Colony. HOMES FOR THE PEOPLE! Good Soil, Abunilaurt' ol" Water, I iisurpasst'd Lo cation, Delightful Climate. The advantages of soil, climate, water facilities and availability to the beet markets in Southern California render this the most favorable opportunity for ae uring remunerative and beautiful homos At prices within reach of everybody, ever (ferc-l iv California. Tbe laud is sold in tracts of from 5 to 40 acres, with perpetual water right, at I prices ranging from $50 to $60 per acre. Tbe water will be placed in indestructi ble asbestine pipes on all parts of the land, and consequently will be free from all impurities aud available at all times. 1 I jar Bear in mind that a greater diveraity of prodncts can be raised here than in ' any other part of California. WILLMORE CITY. A Public Auction Sale of town lota will taka place OI'TORER 3lst, 1882. ' All lota in the tint three tiers of block* fronting tha bay have been withdrawn from market until the Auction Sale. Deeirable lota for sale now (not in the re served blocka), at from S5O to $1(10 each. sVPartiee desiring to visit the Colony lauds will please call at the Colony office. A hack from the Colouy now connects with the noun train at Wilmington every day (exc.pt Sundays) to carry parties over the lands, hy th. resident agent, J. ' H. SMITH. A Prospectus, with full parties l.u-1, mailed free on application. I J. H. LESTER, President. i - Call on or addresj W. E. WILLMORE, Secretary, Room 2, Moor Block, 38 Spring St. Los Anxeles, Cal. altf NO. 152.