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VOL. XIX. Relief for the Mult'er*' r«*. Lnoianaf-olis, Feb. 15.—The House appropriated $ 100,000 for tbe flood suf ferers. The Senate will concur. Forty thousand dollars had been previously appropriated. Arkansas Prohibition. Littlk Rock, Feb. 17. —A bill passed both houses prohibiting for two years the sale of intoxicants within three miles of any church or sohool honse on peti tion of a majority of the adult male in habitants. Ferry Abandoned. Dethoit, Feb. 18.—At joint caucus all parties of the Legislature ou the Sena torial question to-night the Ferry cancns absolved his adherents from all obligations. The ;Kn>ct. Cincinnati, Feb. 10.— Provisions are going up at a frightful rate, starvation prices being charged by many dealers. Important. New Yoek, Feb. 10.—Wall atreet rid icules the story of Jay Gould's intended , excursion. DAILY HERALD. Published every morning;, exoept Monday, hy JOSEPH d: lynch. TBRMS FOB DAILY HERALD: -r annum, by mail or express 910.00 x months, by mail or express LOO roe monthi 2.50 Pkuvkrkd «T Carriers, pee Wrsr, £60. WEEKLY HERALD. Pcriwhed Evert Saturbay Horxiiko TBRMS: One year, by mail «r express, one cony M.OC Six month*, by mall or express 1 75 Three months, by mall or express LOG ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at reasonable rates 4VAII kinds ot Job Work done to compete with H m I'rancisco iv price, style ami etegarioo ot workmanship. LATE TELEGRAMS. [SPECIAL TO THE HERALD.* Man Fnnslses Market. Sa> Francisco, Feb. 16.— Whent higher, $1.85fg1.95. Flour higher, 6.10 for best oity extra. Bailey Armor, leed, $1.20. The Itefflaiatare. Saciiakknto, Feb. 17. -In the Senate, Wolfskill, of the Committee ou Agricul ture, reported favorably the Assembly bill prohibiting the sale of oleomargarine except under certain rules. English, of the Committee on Irrigation, reported favorably the Senate bill nut homing Boards of Supervisors to fix rates for water for irrigation. Reddy'a hill au thorizing consolidation of railroads or ganized in tbe State passed. Assembly - LeVersuu'a railroad bill was reached on general file. The House refused to pass the hill hy 42 to 28. A fight over the Dozter Barnes election is resumed. A motion to lay it on the table was lost. A motion to reconsider the vote adopting Cutter's resolution declaring a vacancy was carried by 44 to 27- A substitute for Cutter's resolution that Barnes ia not entitled to ihe aeat on account of fraud and intimidation practiced, was adopted by 44 to 27. A resolution admitting Dozier was lost. The Apportionment bill was then taken up. Cleat or a Telegraph Ie Error. Stockton, Feb. 15.—T0 day Ueorge Hart, a grain dealer here, recovered damage* ot tbe Western Union Tele graph Company in the sum of $429, for a mistake in the transmission of a cipher dispatch. Hart ordered a hundred tons of barley and the mistake gave him 225 tons, and by a drop in the market he lost the amount named. Wan sled hy the Car* Modkbto, Feb. 15—The horribly mangled body of fan unknown man was found on the track near Salida this morn ing. Hia head, right arm and right teg were entirely severed from tbe body. It is supposed that he was a tramp, and fell from a freight train last night while stealing a ride. Fire In Freano. Kkimso, Feb. 17 -A fire thia morn ing in Chinatown* destroyed twelve buildings; total loaa about $30,000. Reredell'a C onfesmlen. Washinoton, Feb. lfl.—The confes sion of Keredell was not a surprise to tha public or defense. TheOovarnment only obtained his confession recently, but for several weeks past he has been under its protection. He feared personal violence at the hands of other defend ants, and the Government gave him an armed escort to protect him. Reredell aaya he has been once assaulted ami im portant papers taken from him one day he and Winer spent in jail at the con clusion of the trial. He has valuable documentary evidence in bis possession that will be submitted to-morrow. Rere dell once before made a confession to ex-Postmaster-General James and ex-At torney General McVeagh.but afterwards lS* l| fill i 1 Tha dnffiise say thay aftfi prove him to he a perjurer. A Mine l aved. News and Other Notes. Utah has marble enough to supply every peraoa in America with a tomb- Russia haa aaked for 10,000 foet of space for the International Fisheries in hibition at London. Senator-elect Bnwen, of Colorado, is estimated to be worth $5,000,000, and her Senator Tabor, $10,000,000. The Chicago correspondent of tha Ixiuiaville Courier Journal has disco* ered that Mrs. Langtry's ago is 36. Tho next senate will consist of 40 republicans and 3(5 deuutcrata, counting Mahonc ami Bid die b, r»;or with the former. It is stated that Gov. Stiuford will bring several of his best horses to New York, lor entry at Fleetwood, Jerome Park and Coney Islund. New live cent nickela, perfectly gold washed, to as to deceive any ignorant person and pass readily among them for new fl gold pieces, arc in circulation. The nominal capital uf the now com* pantos brought out in England in 1882 was £84,500,000. About one-fifth was of companies dealing with electricity. There is no "In God We Trust" on the new five-cent piece. Dispensers of "schooners," who will rake in most of them, trust in nothing but the nickel itself. Anthony Trollop's will has been pro bated at London. He leaves a personal estate of $125,000. Half tbe profits of his literary property is willed tv his wife. Daniel Lathrop, eldest brother of Mrs. Lei tin I Stanford, died on Tuesday in Albany, New York. He was 58 years of age, very wealthy, and leaves a wife and six children. Trimming is of special importance in enabling us to judge uf trues Standard pears headed low will bear five years earlier than when headed aa high as the trees in old orchards. A new orange bug has appeared iv Florida. It suoks the juieo uf the rind, and the orange seem* to ripen pre maturely and drop. The bug is of the species called tbe squash bug. The Supreme Court has decided that tbe city and county of San Francisco must pay J. H. Bartlett for a lot of whale oil destroyed in that city in the riots of 1877- Tbe amount is $7,138.72. The statistics of British pensions show that 10,000 pensioners draw £5,106,561 per annum from India, and 150,.50 pen sioners receive from the taxpayers of the United Kingdom more than €7,000,000 per anumri. The immensity of the business done by tbe Peunsylvauiii Railroad Company east of Pittsburg in the year 1882 is made apparent in the fact that the average daily income wm $140,000 from its traffic -nearly $50,000,600 fur the year. When anything strikes Mr. Gladstone particularly in tbe coarse of his reading it is bis custom to write opposite to it the letters "M. A." What "this means is a pnzzlo to tbe critics. Perhaps it means "Make Allusion," or "Make Ah stract. The total eoiu and | aper circulation of the United States on February Ist reaebed the enormous sum of $1,659, --239.583. Of this there ii in banks aud active circulation $1,'J83,994,001, tbe re mainder being in tbe United States Treasury. Chicago, Feb. 18.— A special to the Daily AYcc* from Jollet says the Dta montl mine at Braid wood, a mining town twenty miles south of that place, has oared In. Chicago, Feb. 16.—A. L. Sweet, President of tht-mines, comprising the Diamond Mine baa information that 300 men were In various shafts thia After noon when tbe ground sagged in. Sixty two were in one shaft which caught the slack of the falling debris and was iv stantly flooded. Every one of them were drowned or smothered inside of five minutes. Their bodies were buried be neath tons of earth. A hundred feet of shaft has been excavated and the miners are not found in one of the unfortunate shafts, none escaped. It will be many bonrs before the first bodies can he reached. A friend went to see Mmu. Dftmalft (nee Bernhardt) and Iter husband un New Year's Day and asked the lat ter what he could with him. Tbe ex actor—for he will neter tread the board, again—reapoinlttil, after re flecting for eoino aceouiL: '-Wisii me patience!" Tbe Australians are ''goiiig for" the sparrows with a vengeance. An Ade laide paper says: The following figures, showing the number of sparrows .and eggs that have been destroyed op to November 6th, have been supplied by the under Secretary: Heads, 27,346; egg*, 187,212. Prom I lot iU r Ist to No vemlMT «»t.-, 1 -") !:m t weiv i>aid for, and 4A,W cg M s. In Switzerland's lofty mountains the Alpine burn, which sounds also the far famed Rana dcs Vachea, when the sun has set, U taken by the herdsman and through it be loudly pronounces tho words "Praise the Lord God." At tbe sound all tho herdsmen issue from their huts and take up the cry. As the last darkness falls the highest herdsman calls "Good night," and "Good night" again resounds from all the mountains and rocky clifFs. Ex-Senator John It. Gordon, of Geor comes home from Europe proud of his country. He said to a reporter: "It it enough to make an American proud to ride through the atreets of London, with its civilization of 2.000 years, and see American implements, American sewing machines, Amerioan toola, American goods displayed on every hand, and know that American watol.es are being aold iv tbe stores, and American fields are feed ing the Kngliah people, and American factories beginning to clothe them." Tho average birth rate per annum in France for the period between 1872 and 1860 haa been calculated to be one birth for 37 inhabitants, which is by far the lowest birth rate in Kurope. For tbe different countries the birth rate is as follows: Raesia, one birth for 20 in habitants ; Germany, one birth for 25; Austria-Hungary, one birth for 26; Eug land, one birth for 27; Italy, one birth for 27; Spain, one birth for 28; France, one birth for 37. If the yearly number of births for any thousand inhabitants be calculated, we have precisely the same result. We have in France 28 births per 1,000; Belgium, 32; England, 35; Austria, 38; Prussia, 38; Russia, 50. The Mrxicax Trkaty—Washing ton, Feb. 11th.—After the Mexican re ciprocity treaty bad been signed and sent to the Senate, the American com missioners desired to amend it by adding a number of articles to the free list, and proposed to the Mexican commissioners to have the treaty recalled and the arti cle!) inserted. The Mexican commis sioners did not have the necessary au thority to make the desired changes without communicating with their Gov ernment. The treaty, therefore, was withdrawn from the Senate and held under advisement until Seftor Romero | and General Canada had obtained fur A Budget at News. DcaaqrJK, la,, Fab. 17—Ex-Governor ptephen Hemstead, the second Governor pf lowa and the first lawyer who settled la lowa, died suddenly to day of hevrt disease, aged 70- He was for many yeans an active politician and died much respeoted; but poor. The floods in this section greatly damaged the railroad coal mines, flooded thrse bouses, swept away. At Barlonvdlo the Chicago, Burlington and Qiiincy bridge sank in just as a pas senger train left it last night, and on trains to-day tbi passengers resorted to all sorts of shifts to get hers. Tbe water rose 7J inches above low water mark, and rose W\ feet to-day, and is rising tij inches per hour. No fears of further damage are felt. Platole for Tws, WAfaTINOTOS, Feb. 17.—A1l minors about a hostile meeting between Haskell and Townsheud, on account of the re dent etorimonious debate,have no founds Uoh in fact. Some correspondence has passed which in no respect resembled or intimated a challenge. THe matter, However, is far from adjustment. Towns hand's friends urge him not to allow tbe imputation of falsehood to rest on him, and say that more peremptory demands will be made on Haskell. The latter is utterly undecided about tbe matter. Fatality am the Rail Cleveland, Feb. 17.—Seven cars of an express train on tbe Cleveland and Columbus road were ditched by a slip ping rail, a mile north of Gallon, to-day, while running eighteen miles an hour. Robert Cudill, draughtsman of C. C. C. A 1., Rev. P. 8. Fowls, of Shelby, and an unidentified man, were killed and three persons injured. Flood at Memphis. Mkufhis, Feb. 16.—At noon the river is within two feet seven inches of the danger line, and rising ten inches daily. It will go over the banks below here. Planters are preparing for trouble. The railroads are all right. forers- Washinoton, Fib. 17.—1n tbe House, Skinner introduced a bill appropriating 1 half a million for flood sufferers. Wheel er introduced a bill appropriating 8100, 000 for the same purpose; referred, miehaaond Respond*. Richmond, Fab. 17.— The Council bas appropriated 86,000 for flood sufferers. LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1883. LINES OF TRAVEL. PAOITIC COAST Steamship Company. OOOliAI.!., I'EUKINS s CO., General Agents SAN FRANCISOO. NORTHERN ROUTES. STEAMERS LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO For Wrangle, Sitka and Harrisburg, Alaska, and Nanaliuo and New Westminster, B. C, as ad vertised lv San Francisco newspapers. For Victoria, fort Townaend, Seattle, Tacoina, Stellacoom and olympla ou tho 10th, 20th ami SOth of each month, except when those dates fall on Sunday, Steamem ono day earlier. For Astoria and Portland, evory Wednesday and Saturday. For Eureka, Areata and Hookion, even Wudne-i -day. For Point Arena, Cutty's Cove, Little River Whlteaboro, Mendocino City, and Novo, oven Monday. SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIMS TABLE FOR FEBRUARY. Cohi.vq South. I Cuiko North. ?f uu mi it Una..... I] c)S I? " |i If fffjf If Ancon Fel.. t> Feb. 7 Feb. U Feb. U Oriaaba . " H •■ 12 14 " 16 Ancon. " 15 " 17 ' IU " «1 Orizaba ... " SEO •* tl " 24 m Ancon. ... " if. " 27 March 1 March J Orizaba.. Match 1 Man h 3 " & " 7 Both steamships cal' at Port Tlarford (San Luis Obispo) and Santa Barbara. Passengers for San IMogj take tho thin that leaves lajs Angeles fur San IVdro nt 10:16 A. M., Los Angeles time. Hfl'aseengeM going north take the train for San Pedro that leaves I.us Angles »t 1»:15 o'clock A. si, LM Angeles tiino. Rates of Fare from Loa Angolas: Cabin. Steerage To S*n Francisco, Monterey or Santa Crux Hi gio To Port Harford U 0 To Santa Barbara 8 ti To San Diego B 5 To San Diego and return . .. 11 fsTPlans of Steamer*' Cabin* at Agent-, office, whm berths may be secured I For Way Porta. Tho steamor Los Anuklks leaves San Bue naventura for San Frandsco cvtry Friduv, rail ing at Santa Barabara Oaviota, ('aj itch*, s.iii Simeon, Monterey aud Santa Cruz. For Newport landing, \ia Santa Crux, etc., » freight steamers leave San Francisco about t-v,-rv two weeks, aa tides ser\e on the Newport bar. The Company reserves the right to chanre the steamers or their days of sailing fCTOR PASSAGE OB FRKIOHT AS ABOVE, OR FOB TICKETS TO AND FROM AH Important Points in Europe, for Exchange on Europe, H. McLBLLAN, : : Agent. Office—No. & Commercial St., Los Angclos. S. P. R. R. TIME SCHEDULE. Monday, Jan. 1 st, 1883. Trains leave and are due to arrive at XaOflK A3VOHLHB tEAVI AKKIVR KM I'KSTI NATION FltOll. » A. M ColtOO 4:lf. T. M. '2:30 r. st Colton "9:40 a. an 1 8:25 a. ■ , Detolng , Express 4:45 p. it \ and \ 6:30 p.m. ( East. J Emigrant 4:16 a. H 8:26 a m EI Paso and East. ... 4:46 r. w. 6:15 P. M. j San Francisco 7:05 a. a 8:46 a. v. \ Sacramento, I Emigr'nt 3:10 p. m 0.36 a.m. .SanU Ana and Anaheim. 4:00 p. a. 4:60 p. m. .Santa Ana and Anaheim. 8:M a. h :30 a. m Santa Monioa 8:16 a. h M:» P. * Santa Monica "4 00 r. li ♦G:2or. ii SanU Monioa *S:W p. v. « Wilmington B:ao p. h. 4:00 r. m Wilmington 9:00 a. M. 10:00 a. H Shu Pedro 2:*) r. *. * oo p. v San Pedro 9:00 a. m. •Sundays excepted. (-Sundays only. T. H. GOODMAN, Ooneral Pamongcr and Ticket Agent. A. N. TOWNR, Ooneral Manager. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent, Los Angelas CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. R. DIRECT RAIL COMMUNICATION WITH RATIONAL CITY AND SAN DIECO. On and after Monday, August 21, ISB3, trains of the California Southern Railroad going south will leave Colton dally at 11:06 a.m., or on arrival of East-bound Southern Pacific train, and «ilt leave Riverside at 11:30, arriving at San lXego at 0:37 r. M. Uoing north, will leave San Diego at 7 a. M. and Riverside at 1:46, arriving at Cotton at 2:00 p. M., San Francisco time, making close connec t ion with train for Loa Angeles and San Francisco. Passengers will save from ten (10) to sixty (UO} cents by purchasing their tickets of the agent before entering tho cars. Round trip tickets cannot he obtained on the For information address Agent California .Southern Railroad, Colton, or J. N. VICTOR, Mifnintondcnt, and Ocn. Fr't and Pass. Ag't, National City, Cal. au2S FABMBBS! 18, O O O AORBS or THE FINEST BOTTOM LAND In Southern California TO RENT for a share of tils crop. SulUble for the raising of all kinds of cereals, comprising the choicest portion ot the SAN JOAQUIN RANCHO, 1 Located hi the southern portion of the county, adjacent to and adjoining the Santa Aua Railroad station and Newport Landing. iy For terms and particulars apply to WAL TER S. MAXWELL, IS Court street, or to GEO. IRVINE, on the Ranch. nßOtf . TaLD SEE^BARLnYT BALD OR RUSSIAN, making beat kind, or Beardless Hay; for sale In lota to suit at E. GERMAIN'S, 1 18 MAIN STHKKT, LOS ANOBLEa. ther instructions, and then amended in the manner proponed by the American commissioners and returned to the Senate. It is now in the hands of tbe Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and that committee has invited General Grant and Treacott, American commis sioners, who negotiated the treaty, to appear before them Tuesday next, when its provisions will be considered aud dis cassed. Bradlauffh Takes his Seat. A great popular demonstration was made iv Charing Cross to-day, in favor of Charles Bradlaugk's right to a seat in the Commons. Delegates from tbe Lon don workmen's clubs and others, ropro sen ting 400 prinoipal towns, were pres ent. The police authorities made ar rangements to quell any disorders that might arise, Brodlaugh, in a speech ut the meeting, announced that if nothing war mentioned in the bill allowing mem bers to make affirmation who desire to do so, instead of taking the usual par liaraeutary oath, he should then take his seat In tho Honse. There wa* a large crowd outside of the Westminster Pal ace yard gates, which were well guarded. According to his announced intention, Bradlaugh entered the House soon after 4 o'clock and without molestation took the usual seat. When Bradlaugh entered Westminster Hall he was much cheered by his supporters there, and outside by the crowd. PHYSICIANS. Dr T. C tIALB, HEALTH OFFICER. Office, for the present, room 3, Llchtenberger lilock, Main street, above First. Office hours for Vaccinating and other city business, from 8 to 10 a. a. febTtf DRS. BEAOH & FERNANDEZ, Romooopathists. Oprca -SO Main street, over American Cash Store febScf Dr. P. W. Conn, I .nt eof Virgil: ia City, Nevada, will practice lilt profession at Room No- a, Wilcox Llock, No. 40 Spring street. febC-3m H. S. ORME, M. D„ PHYSICIAN AND SURCiKON. Office No. 74 -Main street, Lanfranco Block, Rooms No*. 1, 2 .nd 1. Residence, Bunker Hill Avenue, cor. Temple St. lebl lm Dr. 0. P. Oillingham, M«uibcr Royal College Surgeons, England. 1 Member Roy.l college physicians, Edlnburt; PONET3 RUII-DINO, I*7 MAIN STREET i mmw DR. K. P. WIBE. X D. WISE, HI. [>~ graduated t1... Jefferson Medics. College, Philadelphia, having returned , from Europe, where be took special courses of instruction In his profession in tbe great hospit als of London, Paris, Vienna anu Edinburg, so licits all caw. requiring surgical .kill and ox|terl ence, and makes, aa heretofore, A SPECIALTY OF DISEASES of WOMEN. No charge made for first consultations unless followed by treat ment. Offloe in PHILLIPS BLOCK, MAIN ST., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hour, fr in t* to 10 A. M. and S to fir. flO-Srn Dr. J. 8. Oriffin, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 164 MAIN STREET. Offloe Hours »toll a. M., 11. 1 and 7to 8 Rr.idenoe--E.at eke of Main street, below First. inlet! Dr. JoMph Kurtz Uu removed his office to No. SO Main street opposite Baker Block gdTEye and ear diseases irente,l with tbe care of ft specialist. ap22 J. Harmon, 11 D., County Physician. MABCAREL 111 11. Dl NO, upstairs. Residence. Rooms «v snd SO, Baker Block Offsrn hours from 10 to It a. from Ito 4P. M. apxutf LAWYERS. D. M. ADAMS, ATTORNEY.AT - LAW, Room fi« Baker Block. Janlltf J. Brousseau. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. teTNOS. M AND 57. BAKER BLOCK, mrlltf Eugene T. Lampton, ATTORNBY-AT-LA W. ROOM NO. «, TEMPLE BLOCK. Jet-Collections made promptly. ol&tf JAS. G. HOWARD, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Downey Block, next door to Dr. Craw ford. jy22 tf William D. Stephana, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ROOM «... TEMPLE BLOOK, LOS ANGELES, Will give special and prompt attesiUon to the probate of wills and settlement of estates of de oodenU. apHOlv Walter D. Stephenson, Attorney and Counselor at Law. OFFICE NO. 3 TEMPLE BLOCK. Hkiry H sv.mii. T. B. ilaosrs A. W. Hcttos. Smith, Brown St Hutton, ATTORNEYS AY LAW. Omo»- ROOMS ill, KiM TEMPLE BLOCK, mrlltf JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. ORAVES. Oraves St Chapman, Attorneys and Counselor, at Law. ROOM NO. c BAKER BLOCK. Villi S. O. Hub-bell, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROOMS S a 4, DI'COMMLN S BLOCK, cornet Main and Commercial Su., lais Angels. mvTtf GEORGE S. HUPP. THOS. K. SMITH. Smith St Hupp, 1 Attorneys and Counselors at Law. OFFICER a«. 88 >40 TEMPLE BLOCK. Will practice In all of the State .ml Federal I Court, m California and wilt give prompt and 1 faithful attention to .11 business ontniHtcd to ' them nIU f WANTED FIFTY BOARDERS ROM LAFAYETTE HOTEL, i 10 PICO STRBET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. , aa a wliE. \ Th. table la constancy furnished with th. halt 1 supplies in market. SINGLE ROOM FOR EVERY ' GUEST, Admirable Sanitary Situation, 111 lm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Crystal Palace. PRICES! —/. 1 Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Chandeliers AT COST OF IMPORTATION I Get Onr Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere. We will Always Sell Cheaper than our Competitors. MEYBERG BROS., 81 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. lyi.tf , BARKER & ALLEN si NEXT TO THE PICO HOUSE, j GREAT SACRIFICE IN CARPETS! j fob Tin: \k\r i hibtv days. Reducing stock to make room for Spring Goods. Also ORE AT RE DEUCTION IN FURNITURE, SEWING MACHINES, SINGER, CROWN AND NEW HOWE. 3 Large Stock of WALL PAPER in Latest Designs. Remember the Place j t BARKER So AIjIiBIV'S, s. 10. 10 I 'J. Main strcrt. Next to Pirn Honse. Los iim. l. s. Cal. '- tutu lm ORAND OPENING! A. ] (My Brand or Goods.) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars and TOBACCOS. LIQUORS BY THE BOTTLE, GALLON OR BARREL. " Wf pat np our goods for medicinal and family purposes and deliver free of charge to any part or tbe 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. dscl7tf J. B. JOYAL'X. M. TROMBONI. JOYAUX & TROMBONI, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And General Agents in Wool, Sheep and Other Prodnee. Agent! S* Matthews' Sheep Dip. Wholesale and Retail Dealers iv Oroceries, Provision, Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, Etc.; Farmers'. Wiuol.row.rs' ami Stock- Kaisers' Sundries. 14» Main atreet. Between Court nnd Flr.t. Lh A.feln.Cal THEO. WOOL WEBER, DRUGGIST. Corner of Fort and Third St*.. - DEALER Hf- DRUOS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. Prescriptions csrolully compounded at all Houraotttie I. % V IM> VII.IIT Mail NEW YORK BREWERY. LAUTH & BTECKER, PROP'S, (Sueceaso.-ii to Chris Hunno) The CLEAREST, PCKKSTftiid MOST 11IULLIANT LAGEK DEKK Sonth of San Franciico. Order, for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED UEEH mmptly attended to. The licer from this Brew tin duties I'ompetltion in this Htata* PERRY MOTT & CO.'S LUMBER YARDS AND PLANING MILLS, N0.78 COMMERCIAL STREET. mrtOM Sheep Range to Lease. Good Pasture Land, m in-: ut vallky, ban Bernardino co. WILL GARRY 10,000 SHEEP. Apply to K. J. BALDWIN or 1. r. FALVKY, Superintendent Santa Anita Ksnoh. dtt-lm California Loun Offloe. CORNER LOS ANOELKS AND COM- O ■i.erctal streets, under White Hon*, -i i» Advances wonsv on, also buys snd V all kinds of jawslrr, pistols, (runs, ate. All trans utlons strictly conMsntlal. t.b.tl J M. GRIFFITH & CO., Lumber Dealers, A LAMBDA STREET, 1 Between Macy and Chavez Street i Mibtas « ] DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHLNGLEb POSTS, LATHS, SHArtES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC ETC. I 6. E. DeFOREST, ASSAY ER, Geaeral Mining; Agency. ROOM I, COR. KIFST AND SPRINO STREETS, P. 0. Bos MO. |tub, 3mJ Los Angeles, Csl. A. W. EAMES, TREE DEPOT, BPRING ST., BETWEEN IST A 2ND. (Adjoining' M. K. Church, South.) I A full itock of Prult and Ornamental Tree., including Cyprus, for hedge and yard. Pepper, Uluti Ouut* and other Ornamental trves. Send for Price List Catalogue. iniix'Mtii FOR SALE. J 140 ACRES OF BEST QUALITY LARD, Woll watered snd trees on It, NEAR ANAHEIM, Free ot dobt am! rood title given, slid described as lielna Nt nt NW 1, and SI! \ ol NW \, and N |*otNWJoI NX Jot Sec il, T« *, KlO W. KIKSK STEIN, o»-ner. 549 Wert Thirty Kl s hth street, New York, or by John Hansa, Anshetui. n6-Su>3ni NOTICE. Members of Golden Rule Irodgo, No. 160, and Los Angelea Lodge .No. 85, I. O. 0. P., are here by notified to be present nt odd Fellows' Hall r Monday evening. February .Uth. (or the purpose of wfllcomlUK the Grand' .Master or the Grand Ictxlge of California, I«on D. Freer. Visiting and ) lojourning mvmtwn of the Order are particular ly Invited. As IIKIM ANN, I fob IS St Roc, See., No. 100. NEW AI.VEUTISK.MENTH. HUGHES'S RUSSIAN BATHS I NOS. 15 and 17 MAIN STREET. STEAM A\H MEDICATED BATHS ADMINISTERED I \DER THE SUPER VISION of tfee PROPRIETOR, who has had an extended experience in his line. ELECTRICITY APPLIED. Both in the Steam or Without, aa Desired. Sulphur and Other Medi cated Baths Specialties. A FEMALE ATTENDANT WILL WAIT ON LADIES. ROBERT HUGHES, 15 and 17 MAIN STREET, LOS AMELES. f.Mtf Santa Monica Hotel, A HOTEL On the Bluff Overlooking; the Ocean, 10 Miles from Los Angeles, J. W. SCOTT, Proprietor. M7a TRY BARTLETT BROS. — 03EC • ELEQAITT GOODS! Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SILVERWAEE, PIANOS AND ORGANS, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEBTI First St., Opposite Nadeau Block. d2l Sra Steinway & Sons', Weber AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS MAKES OP 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. S. OBXSRSTI3I.I.ER ■ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ZEPHYR, CERMANTOWN, KHITTMC WORSTED, SAXORY, SHETLAND WOOL, AM FLOSS, FAIRY ZEPHYR, GARVAS, EMBROIDERY MATERIALS, ETC. 1«8 --. MAIN STREET. • • 188 _ Particular attention yWetn to orders for French Stamping and Deifffnina;, feb9-loj ' The Largest Carriage and Wagon : Repository in California! : A $40,000 Stock! Look at Our Prices! Buggy with top $115 Phretons 9160 Buggy without top 100 Platform spring wagon 135 - Carriages, extension top 250 Three spring wagon 120 £ Open barouches 1*25 Business spring wagon 90 Four spring wagon, $136. WE HAVE ALMOST ANY STYLE YOU WANT. We also awry „ large stock of DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS of the beat 1 quality and style at correspondingly low prices. 3 NEXT DOOR EAST OF FASHION STABLES, MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES. ohm • J. R. McMANIS, Manager. | The American Colony. d HOMES FOR THE PEOPLE! . Good Soil, Abundance of Water, Unsurpassed Lo cation. Delight nil Climate. "v The advantages of soil, climate, wnter facilities and availability to the best l : - market* in Southern California render this the lmwt favorable opportunity for se a " uring remunerative and beautiful homes ;it prices within reach of everybody, ever fferea in California. The Land is sold in tracts of from ft to 40 acres, with perpetual water right, at c - prices ranging from f5O to SbO per acre. The water will bo placed in imlestructl '„ ble asbestine pipes on all parts of the land, and consequently will be free from all t> impurities and available at all times. *i asTltear in mind that ft greater diversity of products can be raise. 1 here than in * r any other part of California. WILLMORE CITY. 1 A Publio Auction Sale of town lots will take placo OCTOBER Slat, 1882. All lots in the tirst throe tiers of block* fronting the bay bavo been withdrawn from market until the Auction Sale. Desirable lot* for sale now (not in th* re served blocks), at from $.10 to $100 each. aVPartiea desiring to yUH th* Colony land, will please .-all at the Colony offlee. A back from the Colony now connects with tl n nniti at Wilmington every r day (eioept Bundaysl to carry parties over th" land*, by the resident agent, J. H. SMITH. A Prospcctna, with full particulars, mailed free on application. | J. H. LESTER, President. ~ Call on or address W. B. WILLMORE. Secretary, Room % Moh r Block, 38 Spring St, Los Angeles, Cal. altf HOTELB. Cosmopolitan Hotel. Kirst-Class. THE FINRST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL ft DENKER, Proprietor.. Tills I. thu "illy nlbfbb flrst-cka, M uateil In th. «viil.-r of the oity of LM Anifi-les, contain, nearly i. hundred .jwwiloua and airy room,, newly niniiuhmi in the inOKt oomfortaMc .tyltj. Kooin. In siliUM for fatnihw and (.artlt. on n'crv r..w>r. \Mtli hot nnd fold haltw. THE TAIiLE will always he furnished with the best supplies thai I.> prooiircd in tho market. A FREE COACH I. always on ham! 10 oarry pMli to tho house. No pains ttparod to inuko iruert. oomfortahlo in ALAMuI REASDra BOOS oi»n ml/m ami IIENHY HAMMEL, niyl7tf A. H. DENKER. THE COMMERCIAL RESTATJKANT, V. DOL, Proprietor, DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STRUT. Rewlvo. alivo and mrva. up cv.rj d».T the choicuM FISH, including SOLE, TL'RBOT snd SEA TROUT. MR. DOL Is the exclualv. ooiisigllea of the eel ebraUd FROMAOE DE BRIE, which o«'? ho had at this restaurant. SPRINO CHICKENS, Just In from the ranchos oookod In every style. Thi, restaurant is ls)s Angeles'. Dehnonlro. myltl SOUTHERN Hotel and Restaurant, SAN FERNANDO STREET, OPPOSITB THE NEW DEPOT. EVERYTHING. NEW, CHEERFUL slid IN VITINO. Private c ntrance for ladles. All train, .ton for meals. If All supplied with tho l-HOII'EST 1.1410R-I atnl CIOARS. Tcnus reasonahlo. W. 11. SALMON, Proprietor. Mi UABSCa SHOP and BATH ROOM con nected with the house* u2Btf Lodiciiis at the Plaza Honsr, Ou Olrora St., near tbs Plus. UTBEDS BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN. iI!S lm A KALMBACH, Proprietor. Wilkins House, Santa Cruz, Cal. The Best Family Hotel in the City. FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT! LOCATED ON PACIFIC AVENUE, One hloek fromTolograph, Exprussnd Postomoas. Affording superior aocomutodatiotui for fami lias and tourists; having grounds, flllod with choice flowers and plants. Street car. pan the door every ten minute, lor the beach. RATES—3I.MI to X per day; S6 to $10 per week. FlO.O carriage at all trains and steamers. dl 3 3iu P. V WILKINS, Proprietor. MUSICAL ANNOUNCEMENT EX TRAORDINARY. For ths boneflt of my friends and customors and the public lei general, I bag to announce that by Monday, December 18th, I will have on exhibition, ready to stand the Uit of the most skillful artists, the following pianos, comprising the be-rt selection of instruments ever brought to Southern California, vis.: The Peerless GEO RUE STECK, of New York, ' suuaro and upright. Tbe Unrivalled UU ILK and CHURCH, square nnd upright. The Improved SPENCER & CO., square and upright. Tbe Ucst MANTRATION, square and spright, and others of the host makes in the United States. Also, the SMITH AMERICAN organ. All of which I will soil for cash at a great dls- I count, or on installments of |I 0 per month. There will be given with each instrument a stool, cover and instruction book, and a written war ranty lor ten years, which warranty Is backed by a capital of #iuO,UOO. Any one desiring to make a desirable and beautiful Christmas present, whether with money or ■ it!: -nt It, will please call and examine my stock. He may be sure that In doing bo ho will nave from fa) to 100 per cent., besides being well suited in quality slid J. R. MENDOZAt First Street, between M;.in .ud spring, W side. P dl7tl , A Beautiful Homestead ' FOR SALE at a IUIN.VIY ONLY SO MINUTES RIDE PROM IT A HA. Fifteen acres of highly cultivated land. Two acres in choicest larietv of grapes: I- acrestn i Oranges, Figs, Apples, IVurs Ntt-tarm. OV.'< I»h ' nnd In fact every northern fruit. It ha thrifty young place and bt careful management will re alise to IU owner $1,000 income annually and in crease right along. THREE ACRES, WITH S-ROOMED HUSTir Hi H'SK. fronting on Jefferson St. A good bam and outhouses, farm implements and two good horses. • Title to these pieces of land is A 1, with an ab stract in full to date. They are on No. 2 Ditch and hate an ample supply of water the yeai around. For Further Information apply to , ROBERTA. BROWN, Jan3tf At Wood worth > store, liatn street. MINES AND LANDS. C. HILL HOWARD & CO. Q. HILL HOWARD, OenM Manager. Lands snd Mines bought am) soM In Art seas, New Mexico. Honor*. Sinaloa and Msaloo. Urge and valuable land and minins; |»roT>ertl«s on hand and for sale. Address. Tucson, Arixoas. )■ FII Howard, Eso ,lm Angelas, eoireepond vot ot the tttiu. febltl NO. 1