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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
VOL. XVIII.
News and Other Notes.
DAJLY HERALD.
Published every morning, except Monday, hy
JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
er stimuli, by null or sxprsss $10.00
x months, by mall or sxprsss fi.no
res months f.60
Dslivsrko bt Oarruks, rss VVsci, Me.
WEEKLY HERALD.
FisusfißD Evbrt Satur»at Borniino
THUMB:
One year, by mall er sxprsss, one copy S3.or
Six mouth-*, by mail or sxprsss 1 7*
Three months, by mall or express t.OO
ADV£: .TISEMENTB Inserted at reasonable rates
SmTAll kinds ot Job Work dons to compete with
e*H Francisco Id prtos, style and elegance ot
workmanship.
Lost year 12,000,000 cana of fruit wore
nut up in California.
Instruction iv field and garden work
is to be girari in the rural schools of
Russia.
Pineapple-growing is becoming one of
the most important and profitable indus
tries of Florida.
A bad temper always manages to act
on the theory that two wrongs will some
how make it alt right.
It is worth a thousand pounds a year
to have ths habit of looking on the
bright side of things. — Dr. John
ton,
The Hxtures'of Kate Field's Dress As.
sociation iv New York, which cost
$40,000, sold the other day at auction
for $8,000.
In memory of her son, Mrs. Mary
Young of Fall Hirer, Maes.,offers to give
-*400,000 to erect, equip and support a
high school.
The great-grandson of the author of
"Robinson Cmso" is in indigent circum
stances.and a penny subscription is to be
started for his relief.
An American residing in Birmingham,
Kngland, thinks grapes grown in the
United States would Hnd a ready sale in
Great Britain at good prices.
When a woman wants to get rid of
her husband for an hour she sends him
up stairs to get something from the
pockets of one of her dresses.
When the ten children from Sitting
Bull's tribe arrive at Carlisle there will
l>e 360 pupils at the Indian school at
that place, ropreß, n;in ; twenty-nine dif
ferent tribes.
The ttate of Illinois in iv luck. Its
State debt is reduce.! to 5J3,(!00, and
tbe treasury contains over $3,000,000
surplus. The state taxes aro to bo ma
terially reduced.
The act of the UgbUtara of New
York taxing steaio-lrji companies one
ilollar for every alien i-viiger landed
bas been decided invalid by the United
States Supreme Court
-\ woman of TuMiuuibin, Ala., was
struok by lightning aud foaud upon re
covery that her h-iir, oaasj a beautiful
brown, bad been httWitanaoaily turned
to a snow white color.
Alaska's inintrt produced $240,000
worth of gold last year, u/atnst a yield
of $15,000 iv 1881. She may come to
tbe front as a gold field, but as yet the
strikes are not amazing in their rich-
Wator for domestic uses is so scarce in
Augusta, Me., that numy families are
having ice in large Mocks hauled from
the river to their OOOTS, aud melting the
ice for drinking, waahltig and culinary
purposes.
Parish, ft Nez iVrcu, Indian, died ut
Corvaliis, Montana, recently. He was
reputed to be thu wealthiest redskin in
the Bitter Root country, and loft some
$15,000 in greenbacks, >•• ad.litiou to a
large number of horses.
LATE TELEGRAMS.
[SPECIAL TO THE HERALD;)
The Li'Bit.nitire.
Sacramento, Feb. 16. —The Sena to cau
cus on apportionment this morning ms.de
no head w .iy. Interior members art! not
satisfied with Del Villa* bill. The cau
cus adjourned until Monday. The whole
subject will be thrown into tho Senate
fur open discussion,
Sacramento, Feb. 10. —Assembly—
The Committee on und Navi
gation presented two reports, a majority
are in favor aud a minority adver*o to
Weaver's Haibor Commission hill.
Klyuu'a Assembly Apportionine-.1 bill
came up on special-filu for second read
ing. In the Senate, Cross introduced
a concurrent resolution requesting Con
gress tv organise the Territory of Alaska.
The report of the Committee on Klec
tions recommending that J. M. Dudley,
the Solano Senator be unseated, waa
adopted hy a party vote. L, M Buck
was sworn iv and took his seat. Com
mittee ou ti nance reported the Senate
bill appropriating $10,000 tv replenish
the contingent fund of the Senate. The
rules were suspended on the bill and
read three times aud passed.
Tiie Contingent Fund bill appropriat
ing $10,000 for the Senate aud $15,000
for the Assembly is declared a cane of
urgency and read the second and third
time aud finally passed.
Mam Vranelsjco Market.
Sam Francisco, Feb. 16.-Wheat
higher, $l.HaY*jl.9s. Flour higher, $o*/
6.10 for best city extra. Barley firmer;
teed, $1.30.
The ttree.l rioeda.
Cincinnati, Feb. 18. —At 2. p. w, yes
terday the river waa 06 feet above low
water mark. It then declined a quarter
of an inch. At Maysville It fell six
inches during,the night and is still fall
ing. Fuch k I'earce s warehouse floors
collapsed this morning. It contained
30.000 bushels of gram. The river ia
falling at Frankfort. Fifteen hundred
people are dependent and the loss there
will be $200,000. It rained all day yea
terday and till seven o'clock this morn
ing at Marietta. The river is rising
there, and a repitition of last week's
flood is expected. At Zanesviile it is
warm. Contributions are comiug in
from individuals of ten dollars
and upwards. Principals of school -
houses here are doing good duty, school
being held in lodging houses now. The
Masonic Relief Committee raised $6000
and will distribute it along the river.
Tbe Chamber of Commerce has given
$1000 to Newport and the same to Day
ton, Ky. Murut Halstead telegraphed
to tbe editor of the Daytou Journal, in
response to an inquiry if assistance waa
needed by the eitixens of Cincinnati, to
tbe following effect: "You ask if help is
needed here. Certainly it is. Clothing,
bed clothing and food are wanted.
Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 15.—The Ken
tucky river is 34 feet above low water,
but it ia falling slowly this afternoon. It
rained all iiigut but it is now clear and
very warm. People are preparing to re
turn to -their homes when they find
them. Tbe Relief Committee is doing
good work.
Mr. Boucicault says: was
fatal to Assyria; to thu Hebrews; to St.
(ieorge, who wax banged lor looting,
and to NapolooD. It is tbo gff>Vi yard of
the world, and England has gone there
to steal v lot for a quiet family vanlt."
According to Dr. Qtiesneville, water
bas been kept iv a potable condition for
more than three years by nddiug to it
half a grain of salicylic acid. This
treatment is especially recommended for
water carried by expeditions to warm
climates.
New York. Feb. 12. It is the belief
in well informed circles that tbe settle
ment of tbe Mutual Union matter, the
Elevated muddle and large buying of ,
Jersey Central by Mr. Vanderbilt fore
shadows developments which will have
a marked effect upon prices. >
There is a story current that the Due
d'Auraale aaid to a friend in 1869 that
tbe Empire would fall and !»■ followed
by a Republic, adding: "A day may
come when I shall be nominated to be
President, and I shall astonish tbe wcrtd
by tbe loyalty with wbtch I shall carry
out the commission intrusted to me."
On April 18, 1850, there broke over
Dublin a storm such as is predicted will '
occur here in March. The morning was ,
tine, but about 2 P. M. the tuerenry fell
rapidly, though tbe ami waa shining, A
little later a hurricane unparalleled in
the latitude set in. Uy tbe official sur
vey of four districts out of six, 294,302
panes were broken and tbe damage in
glass alone exceeded |l&,O00.
Julius Leifman, who conducted a
traveling store at tbe Northern Pacific
front, is missing. He left behind him
debts fo the amount of $14,000 to $16,
--000, a good share of which is owing to
economical men on the work, who de
posited their savings with him. He
went eastward from VVeekaville, and is
supposed now to have reached New
York. A reward of $1,000, dead or
alive is offered for him.
An enormous quantity of water passes
through the roots of plant-.. An Knglish
experimenter has ascertained that for
every pound of mineral matter assim
ilated by a plant au average of 2,000 ;
pounds of water is absorbed, At the
French Agricultural Observatory of
Montsouris, it was found tint, in rich
soil, 727 ptmnds of walerpaa,t.d through
tbe roots of whent plmt- for every
pound of n prod on ~ wh.le in a very
poor soil,'AuJj p,oiudM passed through
the wheat roots for each pound of grain.
A girl sixteen years of age, living in
Ulster couuty, N. V., has undergone a
successful operation for the complete
closure of tbe mouth of twelve years'
sbuiding, with adhesions of tbe cheeks,
the result of salivation in childhood.
Most of the time she has been unable to
open her mouth even to eat, food being
forced through an opuniug left by the
absence of teeth on either ui\U of the
jaw. Since the operation the girl can
open her mouth ana speak plaiuly, and
faith is expressed in her final recovery.
The Paducah, Ky , City Council has
passed a resolution requesting the Sen
ators and Congressmen from that State
to take steps to have the government re
munerate those citizens whose property
was deatroyed in Paducah on tbe 20th
day of March, 1864, by order of Colonel
S. U. Hicks, then in command of the
United States troops at that post. The
property in question consisted of houses
and other buildings which had been used
on the day previous to their destruction
by Confederate sharpshooters as shelter
while attacking the Federal fort.
The gradual emancipation of the
slaves in Brazil haa not only permitted
the country to prepare itself for the
adoption of free labor, bnt its influence
on immigration has also been most
marked. From 1864 to 1872 the average
yearly number of immigrants was under
0,000. In 1872 a law was passed in favor
lof gradual emancipation, and frem that
j date to 1879 the immigrants averaged
i very nearly 23,000 annually — almost
three times the average before the en
actment. Tbe next two years showed
nearly the same results; but then a
notable increase was observed, and
from the Ist of January to the 31st of
December, 1881, 39,784 immigrants
landed in Brazil.
WiLKKsiURKK, Pa., Feb. 12.—Seven
ty-fivs years ago yesterday the burning
■of anthracite coal was pronounced a sue
• cess after many years of futile efforts to
- make the black diamonda burn in the
L open grate in the tireplace of the old Fell
■ House in this city, where the test was
i made. As soon as the news became
1 known it spread like wildfire, and people
> flocked to the valley to develop mines.
- To-day this is one of Pennsylvania's
' greatest industries. The anniversary
Clevkla n t>, Feb. 15.—A life saving
crew went to Cinninnati this afternoon.
The Masons are moving to aid the suf
ferers by the flood, The river here ia
rising and is already outaide its banks.
Chicaso, Feb. 15. —The Relief Com
mittee of the Board of Trade has raised
four thousand collars for relief of the
Ohio flood sufferers.
Pittibbcro, Feb. 15. -Both rivers
continue to rise. The Monongahela is
now 14$ feet aud tbe Allegheny 20) feet
above low water mark.
Louisville, Feb. 15.—The situation
to night is probably more dangerous than
at any other time. Back*water is coming
through the sewers in many places, and
rising at the rate of over a foot an hour,
every hour adding to the destruction of
property. It is believed, however, that
the river will fall by to-morrow. The
Qault House basement is flooded. River
men predict higher water. Clouds are
gathering, and it will probably rain be
fore morning. Firea are put out under
the waterworks boilers; fortunately
twenty days' supply is in the reservoirs.
A few more inohes will drown out tbe
gaa works fires and throw the city into
darkness. Houses are continually shift
ing and lumbering about iv tbe swift
current. Fifteen houses went over tbe
falls. Much sickness already prevails
as a result of the flood. It will be worse
after the flood subsides. Bear Grass
creek burst its bounds to-day, adding a
hundred thousand dollars dainnge to
millions already siiffere>l.
Madison, lud., Feb. 10.—Tbe flood
is at its worst.
Milton, lud., Feb, 16. —Every bouse
but one is submerged, and everybody
sick.
LouiaviLLE, Ky., Feb. 16.—At *a.:20 a.
*. the river is 44 feet aud 2 inches in
the canal and rising slowly; weather
cloddy aud very warm.
Ferry Hi mg tt l in* far Breath.
aLansinu, Feb. 15.—Only oue ballot
cast to-day. Ferry 47, Newton 29, Bur
rows 11, rest scattering. Five fusiouista
voted for Ferry; three of his former sup
porters deserted him. In caucus last
night many of his friends urged bis with,
drawal.but his brother Edward appealed
for unflinching support to him. Tbe
proposed withdrawal was lost by a bare
minority. Now it is thought a break up
ii inevitable.
CaaffreMlonal,
Washington, Feb. 15.—1n the execu
tive session of the Senate to-day. Ed.
mundi called attention to the alleged
abuse of the privileges of the floor of
the Senate by lobbyists, and Introduced
a resolution to stop the practice referred
to by the Committee on rules; ordered
printed.
Kallrond War.
Chicaoo, Feb. IS.—All indications
Eint to disastrous war rates between
altera trunk lines.
The People's atlshta.
London, Feb. 15. —Parliament reaa
•embled to-day. Tbe Queen in her
speech aaid: "1 am happy the improre
ment in the nocial condition of Ireland
continues. Agrarian crime la dimin
iabed and law everywhere upheld. Yon
will be Invited to consider a proposal
which will more effectually secure to
tenants in England and Scotland com
pensation for agricultural Improvements."
LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY MORNING. EEBRUARY 17, 18811 .
LINKS OF TRAVEL.
PAOLTIC 00AST
Steamship Company.
QOOPAI.L, PERKINS a CO., Oerisrul Agents
SAN FRANCISCO.
NORTHERN ROUTES.
STEAMER* LEAVE HAN' FRANC.HON)
For Wrangle, Httka and Harrlshurg, Alaska, and
Nanalmo and Now Westminster, B. C, as ad
vertised in San Francisco newspapers.
For Victoria, Port Tovrnsoiid, Heattlo, Tacouia,
Hteilacooui and Olynipia on thu loth. 20th and
80th ot each month, except when those datei
fall on Sunday, Steamers one day earlier.
For Astoria and Portland, e\ery Wednesday and
Saturday.
For Eureka, Areata arid Hookton, every Wcdifes
For Point Arena, OulTy's Cove, Little Rher
Whitesboro, Mendocino City, and Noyo, even
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
TIME TABLE FOR FEBRUARY.
Coat.Mi South. Gotxo Noam.
| f r?| iUi ?!
arnuaaaa. sS ,5 ' Is * is j
Anoon Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. It Feb. ,1
Orixaba .. " to) " lii " U " 1U
Ancen " lft| " 17 ' 10 " 21
Oriseba ... " 20 " 22 " 24 ' 20
Anoon, ... " 2S " n7 March I Match.■
(trizaba .. March 1|;.10r.-b J " r. " 7
Both steatnohli>s eaU at Port Harford (Hsu
Luis übispo) and Santa Barbara
Passcmrers for San Me** take tho train that
leaves Lint Angeles for San Pedm at 10:16 s. a.,
L<>s Angeles time.
going north t.ke the train
for Bun Pedro that leaves Ans.ilui at
o'clock a. v., Los Angeles time
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles:
Cabin. Storage
To San Francisco, Monterey
or Santa Cms fu %\q
To Port Harford 12 y
To SanU Barbara tj tl
To Han Diego 0 j 1
To Sail Mego and return .... U 1
♦t-f I'lan.i of Steamers' Cabins at Agent's omct\
where berths may be secured
I
For Way Ports. .
The steamer Los AsuKt.en leaves San Bue
naventura for San Francisco every Friday, cal'
ing at Santa Barsbara (iaviota, Cayucon, San
Simeon, Monterey snd Santa Cruz.
For Newport finding, via Hunts Cruz, etc., (
freight steamers leave San Francisco about evorv
two weeks, as tides servo on tho Newjort bar.
The Company reserves tho right lo chat,.-- the
steamers or their days of sailing
otfoh passage or freight as above,
or for tickets to and from
All Important Points in Europe,
for Exchange on Europe,
H. McLELLAN, : j Agent.
Office—No. h Commercial St., Los Angeles.
S. P. R R
TIME SCHEDULE.
Monday, Jan. Ist, 1883.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
X.OSS A. BkT sEa- XJ Xa JQ W
roa Dsart-tArtO!.. raoM.
»■» A- a Coltoa 4:46 p. a.
•t:» r.S Colton •»:40a. a
Ml A. a. | livniiti.- , E.prees 4:45 F. a
6:80 r. a. ( East. J Etuis-rant 4:16 a. a
S:t6 a. a El Peso and East.... 4:45 r. a.
5:15 r. a. j San Francisco ) Exprew. 7:65 A. a
8:46 a. a. ( Sacramento. ) Emigr'nt 8:10 r. a
8:86 A. a SanU Ana anj Anaheim 4.00 r. a.
4:60 r. a. SanU Ana ami Anaheim. 8:S0 A. a
:80 a. a SanU Monica 8:16 A. a
•sjifj r. M SanU Monica '4:00 p. a.
15:80 t. a SanU Monica (6:SO r. a.
10:00 a. a Wllmlonton 2:20 r. a.
4:00 r. a Wilmlnfrton 8:00 a. a.
10:00 a. a San Pedro t:*> r. ».
4:00 r. a San Pedro tl:t» v. «.
'Sundajrs excepted. tSundays only.
T. H. GOODMAN,
Qenoral Passenger and Ticket Agent.
A. N. TOWNK,
General Manager.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. R.
DIRECT RAIL COMMUNICATION WITH
NATIONAL CITT AND BAN DIECO.
On and after Monday, August 21, 1882, trains
of the California Southern Kailroud going south
will leave Colton dally at 11:05 a. a., or on arrival
ot East-bound Southern Pacific train, and will
leave Riverside at 11:30, arriving at San Diego at
o:87 r. a.
Going north, will leave San Diego at 7 k. at.
and Riverside at I:4ft, arriving at Colton at 2:00
; p. a., San Franciaco time, making closo connec
tion with train for Loa Angeles and San Fraurisc-o
Passengers will save from ten (to) to sixty (60)
cents by purchasing their tickets of the agent
before entering ths cars.
Round trip tickets cannot be obtained on the
train.
For information address Agent California
. Southern Railroad, Colton, or
h N. VICTOR,
Superintendent, and Oen. Fr't and Pass. Ag't,
National City, Cal. au23
; FABMBBS!
IS.fS.OOO AOR.IIB
OK TBI
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 la ths southern portion of tbe county,
adjacent to and adjoining the Santa Ana Railroad
Station and Newport Landing.
ty For terms and particulars apply to WAL
TER 8. MAXWELL, 18 Court strset, or to GEO.
IRVINE, en ths Ranch. ntOtf
lald SEEDJAELTIY.
BALD OR RUSSIAN, making bsst kind, or
' Bsardless Hay; lor sale in lou to suit at
E. GERMAIN'S,
(88 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
falling on Sunday, the event was appro
priately oelebrnted Saturday by the His
torical Society, aud in the evening ex-
Goveruor Hoyt and other distinguished
citizens visited the old hotel, and sat
before the open grate in the old log par
lor and discussed the events of long ago.
State Snpcrintendent, X. S. Cere, of
the Onandaga salt springs at Syracuse,
has made a critical examination of the
Wyoming valley salt. He says it is the
best and purest made in the United
States.
Horseford's Acid Phosphate
rOB WOMBM AND CHILDREN.
Da. JOS. HOLT, New Orleans, La.,
says: "I have frequently found it of ex
cellent service iv casoe of debility, loss
of appetite, and in convalescence from
exhaustive illness, and partiuularly of
service iv treatment of women and
children.
PHYSICIANS.
Br T. U «. A LB,
HEALTH OFFICER.
Ofßce, for the present, room 3, Llchtenberger
Block, Main street, above First. ufßce hour,
for Vaccinating and other city buaineM, from 8
to 10 A. M. fsb7tf
DBS. BEACH & FERNANDEZ,
Homosopatbista.
Offci 80 Main street, over Atnorlean Cash Store.
Matti
Dr. P. W. Oonn,
Late of Virginia City. Nevada, will practice his
profession at
Room. No. 3, Wilcox Lloclc.
No. 40 Spring street. feb«-3m
H. 8. OR ME, M. D„
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office m\ 71 Main street, Lanfranco Block,
Rooms Noe. 1, « and >.
Residence, Bunker Hill Avenue, cor. Tempi. St.
febl lvi
Dr. 0. F. Oillingham,
Member Roy.l Colleg. Surgeon., Kngland.
Member lloyal College Physicians, Edinburg.
PONET9 BUILDING, 127 MAIN STREET
declvtf
DR. K. D. WISE.
K. O. WISE. M. I)., graduate of tho Jefferson I
Medical College, Philadelphia, having returned
Iron. Europe, where ha took special courses of
instruction in hi. profession in the great hospit
als of London, Paris, Vlanna .no Edinburg, so
licits all ca-tes requiring surgical skill and experi
ence, and makes, aa heretofore, A SPECIALTY
OF DLSEA-.K.S OK WOMEN. No charge made I
for first consultations unless followed by treat }
ment. Omce in PHILLIPS BLOCK, MAIN ST., I
LM Angeles, Cal. I HHce hours fr Mailt 10 A. M.
and ato&r. a. fMaam j
Dr. J. S. Griffin,
OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 164 MAIN STREET.
Office Hour.-9 to 11 A. H,l to S and 7to 8
Residence-East side of Main street, below i
First. rale-U
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Haa removed his office to No. sj Main struct
opno.it. Baker Block
SaT Eve and ear dlseaaes treeted with the care of
a specialist. ap22
J. Harmon, M. D.,
County Physician.
MASCAREL BUILDING, upstairs. ResidenvK.
Rooms 4« and 60, Baker Block.
Office hour* from 10 to 12 a. a.;fronilu> 4r. a.
apso-lf
LAWYERS.
D. M. ADAMS,
ATTORNEY-AT - LAW,
Room Ji Baker Block. )aiilltf
J. Brousseau.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
(eTNOS fa! AND 57. BAKER BLOCK, mrlltf
Eusrone T. Lampton,
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW.
ROOM NO. te, TEMPLE BLOCK.
aer-Collactions made promptly. ollrtf
JAB.Q. HOWARD,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
Downey Block, next door to Lrr. Craw
ford. jy22-tf
William D. Stephens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ROOM 35. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES,
Will give special and prompt attention to the
probate of will, and settlement of estate, of de
oedonts. apSO-ly
Walter D. St op he a son,
Attorney end Counselor at Law.
OFFICE—NO. 8 TEMPLE BLOCK.
Hasar M Sami. T. B. Baows
A. W. HOTrOK.
Smith, Brown & Hutton,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Orrtca-ROOMS 91, 02 a 03 TEMPLE BLOCK,
mrlltf
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
Qravea 4s Chapman,
Attorneys aud Counselors at Law.
ROOM NO. « BAKER BLOCK. '.lltl
S. O. Hubbell,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ROOMS 3 a 4, DL'COMMCN S BLOCK, corner
Main and Commercial SU.. Lo. Angeles. my7tf
GEORGE S. HUPP. TIIOS. X SMITH.
Smith & Hupp,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
OKFICES-38. 39 * 40 TEMPLE BLOCK.
Will practice In all of tha Slate and Federal
Courts in California and will givo prompt aud
faithful attention to all business entrusted to
I them nltf
I BUTTERIOK PATTERNS
AND
j Watch Making.
WILL REMOVE TO
133 MAIN ST.,
' OPPOSITE BAKER BLOCK.
j February Ut 1883.
j JESSES. H. BUTLER.
FOR SALE.
s THE INFIRMARY GROUNDS and BUILD
INGS, near the New Depot, about eight acre.,
' will be mM at • bargain. In whole or In lots to
• suit. For particular, and maps see Dicker.en a
,- Co., No. to Main str..-.. Jaa IStf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Crystal Palace.
REDUCED PRICES!
Crockery, Glassware,
Lamps, Chandeliers
AT COST OF IMPORTATION!
Of Our Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
We will Always Sell Cheaper than our Competitors.
MEYBERG BROS.,
81 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
It" «
AtmulC
BARKER & A I.LENS,
NEXT TO THE PICO HOUSE,
GREAT SACRIFICE IS CARPETS!
FOR THE NEXT IHIRTV BAYS.
Reducing stock to make room for Spring Goods. Also OKI. AT RE
DEUOTION IN
FURNITURE, SEWING MACHINES, SINGER, CROWN AND NEW HOWE.
Large Stock of WALL PAPER in Latest Designs. Remember the Place
BA.K2CBK, Ac ALIsHIV'S,
S, 10, 10 1-3. Main Street, Mext to Pico House. Los tngeles, Cal.
(sag in.
GRAND OPENING!
A. VIGNOLO,
(My Brand or Goods.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Wines, Liquors, Cigars and
TOBACCOS.
LIQUORS BY THE BOTTLE, GALLON OR BARREL.
We put up our 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 is fair and right with all.
BERNARD BLOCK,
First Street, Between Main and Spring.
V- decl7tf
J. B. JOYAUX. M. TROMBONI.
JOYAUX & TROMBONI,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And General Agents In Wool, Sheep and Other Produce.
Agents fur Matthews' Sheep Dip. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Uroceries,
Provisions, Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, Etc.; Farmers', Wine-Growers' and .Stock-
Kaisers' Sundries.
140 Main IStreet, Between l onrl and rirat. gaM Angeles, Cal
~ ~—= ABBOTT
Buggies, Carriages, Etc!
I Havo on Hand a n. I. . t Stock or
THE CELEBRATED TIMKIN SPRING VEHICLES,
Made by the ABBOTT BUGGY COMPANY, of Chicago, Ills. My ve
hides ar. made of the BEST MATERIAL and are of Superior Workman-
Bhlp. All those iv wont of thoroughly reliable vehicles at low ratea will oonsult
their own interest by examining my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
WM. PINGREE,
At LOS ANGELES STREET. LOS ANGELES.
lanl« lot
I M. GRIFFITH & CO.,
Lumber Dealers,
ALAMEDA STREET,
Between Macy and Chavez StrwH
DOORS, WINDOWS,
•SUDDS, SHINGLES
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC ETC.
O. E. DeFOREST,
ASSAYER,
General Mining Atceiiey.
ROOM 1, COR. FIFBT AND SPRINO STREETS,
P. O. Boa SSO. [feb4 ami Los Anfelsa, Cal.
Sheep Range to Lease.
Good Pasture Land,
IN BEAR VALLEY, SAN BERNARDINO CD.
WILL CARRY 10,000 SNSEP.
Apply lv X J BALDWIN or J. F. FALVEY,
Superintendent Saata Anita Kaßch. dSS-lni
THEO. WOOL WEBER,
DRUCGIST.
Cornor or Fort and Third Sts.,
-DEALER IN
DRUOS. MEDICINES,
PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC.
Prsacriptlons crsfullv voinnotinded tit all
Hours of tits HAY AS l> \ H. HT
MSJ
NEW YORK BREWEEY.
LAUTN A STICKER, PROP'S,
(Successors to Chris. Hsnne)
The CLEAREST, PL"REST and MOOT BRILLIANT
LAGER BEER South ot San Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BEER
roinptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery defies
competition in this State*
California Loan Office.
CORNER LOS ANGELES AND COM Q.
men-is! streets, under White Huuse J.
Advances nionsy on, also buys and sells** V
all kinds of Jewelry, pistols, guns, etc. All trans
actions strictly oor.tldsntial. fShitf
NKW APVKRTIKI'MKNTS.
HUGHES'S RUSSIAN BATHS!
NOS. 15 and 17 MAIN STREET.
STEAM AND MEDICATED BATHS ADMINISTERED UNDER THE SUPER
VISION or the 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 LADIEB.
ROBERT HUGHES. 15 and 17 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
f.Mtl
Santa Monica Hotel
A HOTEL
On the 1(1 ii II Overlooking the Ocean, 10 Mile* from Los Angeles.
J. W. SCOTT, Proprietor. atrtf
TEY BAETLETT BEOS.
FOR —
ELEC3--A-IsrT GOODS!
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVEEWAEE,
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPESTI
First St., Opposite Nadeau Block.
dil-Jm
Steinway & Sons', Weber
AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS MAKES OP 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.
XI. OBERSTBLIsER
— WHOLESALE AN6 RETAIL DEALER IX
ZEPHYR, CERMANTOWN, KMTTIMC WORSTED, SAXONY, SHETLAND WOOL,
AUD FLOSS, FAIRY ZEPHYR, CANVAS, EMBROIDERY MATERIALS, ETC.
168 - • - MAW STREET. • - - I*B
Psrtfeulat alKntion given to order, for French Stomping and riesigiilng. rofca lni
" The Largest Carriage and Wagon
Repository in California!
: A $40,000 Stock! Look at hv Prices!
Buggy with top $115 Phwtons $150
Buggy without top 100 Platform spring wagon 136
' Carriage., extension top 250 Three spring wagon 120
; Open barouches 125 Business spring wagon 90
four spring wagon, $135.
WE HAVE ALMOST ANY STYLE YOU WANT.
We also carry a large stock of DOUBLE AND SDTCLE HARNESS of th* bat
1 quality and style at correspondingly low prices.
i NEXT OOOR EAST OF FASHION STABLES, MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
J. R. McMANIS, Manager.
| The American Colony.
i
HOMES FOR THE PEOPLE I
, Ciood Soil, Abundance or Water, Unsurpassed La
cation, Delightful Climate.
j The advantages of soil, climate, water facilities and availability lo tha beat
!- markets in Southern California render this the most favorable opportunity for s«
nring remunerative and beautu.l homes at prices withiu reach of everybody ever
tiered in California.
The land is sold in traeu of from 5 to 40 acres, with perpetual water right, at
C price, ranging from $50 to $60 per acre. The water will be placed in indeatTUcti
" file asbestine pipes on all parts of the land, and consequently will be free from all
y. impurities and available at all times.
h ear Hear in mind that a greater diversity of products can be raised here than in
Lr any other part of California.
WILLMORE CITY.
A Public Auction Sale of town lota will take place OCTOBER 31st, ISB2.
All lot. in the first three tiers of blocks fronting tbe bay have been withdrawn
from market until the Auction Sale. Desirable lots for sale now (not in the re
served blocks), at from $50 to $100 each.
tr Parties desiring to visit the Colony lands will please call at the Colony offloe.
A hack from the Colony now connects with tli-' noi'ti train at Wilmington ever,
. day (except Suudays) to carry parties over Ilie lands, by tho resident agent, J.
H. SMITH. A Prospectus, with full pai licnliu., mailed free on application.
i J. H. LESTER, President.
Call on or address W E. WILLMORE, Secretary, Room 2, Mohr
Block, 38 Spring St, Los Angeles. Cal altf
HOTELS.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
First-Class.
THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA.
HAMMKI. A DKNKEK, Proprietors.
This Is Hi. nt.lv reliably first cltus hotel, Is alt
uated In the center ot the city of Los Aneetee,
contains nearly a httnilre.l snaclous and airy
rooms, newly furni.hetl in tho most comfortable
style. Rooms In suites for familc. and parties on
tverv fl.Hir, vvitii hut ami .-01.l baths.
THE TABLE will always be furnished with the
lv st .unpiiv. tii.it chii 1,.- i.mcure.l in the market.
A FREE COACH Is always on hand to carry
truest, to the houso.
No pain* sparoil to make (fttosta comfortable In
a'laROE REAPING ROOM open nitfht anil
HENRY II AMMI 1,.
myl7tf A. 11. HKNKK.It
THE COMMERCIAL
RESTAURANT, ,
V. DOL, Proprietor,
DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIS STREET.
' Receives alive anil ssrves up every day the
choioest EISII, Including SOLE, Tl i'BOT and
SEA TROUT.
MR. DOL is the exclusive consignee of the cel
ebrated FItOMAtIE I)E BRIE, which only be
hail at this restaurant.
SPRINO CHICKENS, Just in from the ranches
cooked In every style.
This ro.tanr.mti. Los Angeles's Dcltnonlco.
myltf
SOUTHERN
Hotel and Restaurant,
SAS FERNANDO STREET,
OPPOSITE THE NEW DEPOT.
EVERYTHING NEW, CHEERFUL and IN
VITING. Private entrance for ladies. All trains
stop for meals.
BAR supplied with the CHOICEST UtWOM
snd CIGARS. Terms reasonable.
W. B. SALMON, Proprietor.
JeTf-H UtliF.lt SHOP and BATH ROOM con
nected with the house- n2Btf
Lodging at the Plaza House,
On Olvera St., near the Plata.
AWREDS RV THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
EVERYTHING .NEW AND CLEAN.
d 43 ltn A. KALMBACH, Proprietor.
Wilkins House,
Santa Cruz, Cal.
The Best Family Hotel in
the City.
FIRST-CLASS 111 EVERY RESPECT I
LOCATKD ON PACIFIC AVENUE,
Une block from Tslogrsph. Bxpross sud Postottlcos.
Alton lii i & superior accommodations for fsml
.i*M and tourists; having spacious g-rounds, Ailed
with choice flowt-rs and plants. Street cars pass
the door every ten minutes for the beach.
RATES—#I.SO to til per day; ffH to *10 per week.
Free carriage at all trains and steamers.
d23-3in P. V. WILKINS, Proprietor,
MUSICAL ANNOUNCEMENT EX
TRAORDINARY.
For the benefit of my friends and customers
and the public in general, I bey to'anu.>un<-e
that by
Monday, December 18th,
I will have on exhibition, ready to stand the test
of the most skillful artisbt, the fo.lowintr pianos,
comprising the best selection of inatraments ever
; brought to Southern California, via.:
The Peerless GEO ROE STEUK, of New York,
square and upright.
The Unrivalled IiL'ILE aud CHURCH, square
1 and upright.
The Improved SPENCER A CO., square and
II Tl.e h ßest MANTKATION, square and sprigbt,
aud others of the best uuiltea iv the Tinted
States.
Also, the SMITH AMERICAN organ.
All of which. 1 will sell for cash st a great dis
count, or on installments of #10 per month.
There will bu given with each instrument a stool,
cover and instruction book, and a written war
ranty for ten yearn, which warranty is backed by
a capital of 1100,000. Any one desiring to make
' a desirable and lieautiful Christmas present,
whether with money or without it, will please
call and examine my stock. He may be sure
that in doinu so he will save from 50 to 100 per
cent., btigides being well suited in quality and
- J. R. MENDOZA,
First Stn-ot, between -Main and Spring, VV side.
dl 7 tl
A Beautiful Homestead
FOR SALE at a BARG AIN.
I ONLY 30 MINUTES RIDE FROM PLAZA.
Fifteen acres of highly cultivated land. Two
acres in choicest variety of grapes; la acres in
Oranges, Figs, Apples, Pears, Nectarines, Peaches,
■ and In fact every northern fruit. It is a thrifty
young place ami In careful milium mc.it will re
alise to its owner fl.flOO iucume annually and In
j crease right along.
THREE ACRES, WITH 8-ROOMED RUSTIC
HOUSE, fronting on JelTersou St. A go<xi hum :ind
outhouses, farm implements and two good horses.
Title to these pieces of land is A i, with an ab
stract in full to date. They are od No. I Ditch
1 and fiave an ample supply of water the year
around. For Further Itiibrmation apply to
ROBERT A. BROWN,
JanSLf At Wood worth's store. Main street.
, MINES AND LANDS.
C. HILL HOWARD & CO.
I
O. HILL HOWARD, OenM Manager.
LAn ils and Mines bought and sold in Ariaona,
New Mexico, Honors, Slualoa and Mexico. Large
, ami valuable land and mining properties on hand
and for tale. Address, Tucson, Arisona,
i- F. H. Howard, Esq , Los Angeles, correspond
ent ol the arm. fsbltt
NO. 159.

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