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VOL. XIX. DAILY HERALD. Published every morning, except Monday, hy JOSEPH D. LYNCH. THUMB FOR DAILY HERALD: at annum, hy mall or express 110.00 it months, by mail or express 6.00 rt* month* 2.W ini.tvaaaa er Caabikbs, rsa Waaa, too. WEEKLY HERALD. Peauafut. Eraar SATOaaai Moasita.. TERMS: una tear, bj nail er express, one copy tS.OC Six eaonths, b/ snail or esprees 1 76 Tlirea asensa., Ir/ mall or express LUC ADVEIt f ISKMatNTS Inserted at reasonable rates caTAll kinds of Job Work done to compete with " oraaaaaxfcsjT " *"'* " I *^*" < ' °* All on Aeeonnt or tVlgglns. Sr. Johns, N, p.. March ll,—The) storm which prevailed last night subsid ed at 3 o'clock thia morning. The storm would attract no attention bat for Wig gins' predictions. Waterloo for Wiggins. Waterloo. Qaebee. March 11.—Tho severest storm known for years ia now in progress. Snow began falling yesterday afternoon and continued unabated through tho night. Tho wind is blowing • ««!e eU day. Between 10 snd H o'clock this morning two distinct shock* of earthquake were felt. Fernanda-Anthoay Barenin Wakhinoton, March 11.—It ia under stood that Senator Kdmunds will only retain the office of President of the Sen ate until next December, when he will give way to Senator Anthony. Flood Casualties. Helena, Ark., March 11.—The flood upset a house twelve miles south of here on which were six adulta and four chil dren. The latter were drowned and the former rescued by a party of hunters Many carcasses are floating about. What the Flood* Did. Inlianapoms, Ind., March 11. — Great suffering and sickness are reported at nearly all rfver towns incident to re cent floods. People are destitute and dependent on the public for provisions and medicines Railway Accident. ('ovn ki.i.svtllk, Ind., March 12.— The wreck on the Whitewater road, five miles south of here was caused by a broken rail. A dozen passengers were hurt; none seriously. A Denes, ted Man fthoeto Hie Brother's Wife and Hlatoeir. PHILADELPHIA, March 11 —This morn ing Joe. Syren shot his brother's wife, Lizzie Syren, in the liraoill, and then shot himself through the temple. It is be lieved he was demented. LATE TELEGRAMS. ■ SPECIAL TO THS HERALD. 1 Markets. San Francisco, March 12.—Wheat $2'as£.W; barley rising; feed $1.40; brewing 91.46tg91.60; chevalier *1.4.Vfl 91.05; oats 91.75t3r91.05, strong; corn, yellow, email@example.com, white 91 70; bay strong, 918@921; potatoes weak, river rorlsOOc, early roue 50e(0,55e, Humboldts 91&9M0. Writ of Prohibition Denies San FftANcis.ro, March 12.—The Su preme Court this morning denied the ni it of prohibition asked hy the Spring Vallry Water Company, and dismissed the proceedings. Chlrf J settee Msrrlson Parlaly acrl San Francisco. March 12.—Chief Justice Morrison has bad a stroke of par alysis, and It ia believed by his friends to he of a most serious nature. ■>« I m Ist m re. Sacrambkto, March 12.—Assrmbly -Parker introduced s resolution recit ing that the evidence in Solano county contested case establishes the fact nf a conspiracy at Mara Island Navy Yard between the foreman and bosses to com pel the laborers to vote the Republican ticket, and instructing representatives uf California in Congress to demand ths dismissal of the aforesaid foreman and bosses; and in event of failure, the president tv cause the dismissal of persons named. Tbe re presentatives are instructed to vote against as appropriation for the navy yard until th* dismissals are made. The Coventor it requested to telegraph the restoration to Washington. The clause relstive to appropriation was stricken out and the resolution adopted; 40 to 13, a strict party vote. Tbe UU to provide for levying of tax for State purposes for 35th and 46th tinea I years, passed. Hamilton's bill transfer* ring slice of his ;iyou county to Del Norte, passed. Recess. UaMSllsff and KIM to*. Acbcrn, Cal , Maroh 11.—During an altercation this morning, Stephen Rich ards shot and almost instantly killed Thossse Nichols in the American Hotel barroom. The trouble originated from Bambling.8 ambling. Richards lost a few dollars ut night at cards. Ho came into the barroom this morning and sought to draw ono of the participants of the game into a quarrel, accusing bim of robbing him (Richards). Nichols, who was stand ing by, rebuked Richards for creating a disturbance. The latter making a re mark, with an oath said, "Do ysu take it up?" drew a pistol and tired a shot. Tbe ball struck Nichols in the right breast, breaking the collar bone and severing a large blood vessel. He livad only a few minutes. Richard* is iv custody. It is claimed Nichols Is the third man he haa killed. A onroner's jury rendered a verdict of "shooting done without provocation." Hsail Agents ■stand sip' Mevs dans. TiCAkos a . Nov., March 11. — Last night tho stage was stopped near this town by masked men who robbed Wells, Fargo ft Co. s treasure box. It is gen orally thought the robbers got very little for their trouble. Several passengers ftdonudi te Visit Vs. WArtiiiaSGTOv, March 11.—Senator Edmund* proposes to go with his family to the Pacific Coast. • He will probably remain with his family in California the t7renter part of the Summer. Heavy Snow Mtoras. Whitlhall, N. V., March 11.— Twelve indie* of snow foil yesterday afternoon and evening. The storm ex tended the whole length of Lake Cham plain. The IHaabled C'lteoter Reaeaes Halifax. New York, March II.—A dispatch from Halifax reports that the disabled In man steamer, City of Chester, reached here at noon. The l>atv Wise.on. QtTBSRc, March 11. — Heath Paint, An ticosti Inland, reports a heavy southeast gule during the past night. OortHehakotT ii one. Uaoenbaden, March 11. — Prince Oort«hakoff,ex-Cbai.ot-llor. Russian Em pire ta dead. \nr .vcgjlat. Bark Wrecked. LoNDO*,March 12.—Thoatearrrer Eng land has arrived and reports the Nor wegian bark Sarah wrecked. Three of the crew were drowned. Weather in the Atlantic States. It Is hard for the old resident who has long basked under tbe sunny skies of Southern California, to form any conception ol the rigors of the past Winter ou tho Atlantic aide of the con tinent. The following from the New York Ledger, descriptive of the weather of l itt month, will aid the imaginatiou somewhat: An eminent stranger was pieseut in the city all of Wednesday, namely, the ■uu. The return of tbe absentee from temporary retirement sent up every one of those delicate thermometers known in home circles as the feelings. Nobody has been quite certain for days, and in deed weeks, as to the proper frame of mind in which to go through the day; bnt there has beeu no doubt as to the body, a "paragon" frame or other urn brelia.nnd such garments for the person, i»uch outfit for the feet as are needed for bog or fog. In the prevailing "1. union esse" of the season, and because of the necessity for Americana to behold their luminary oftener than once a week, the most dismal views of Hie had begun to prevail. It waa very difficult to say "good mooting" when the morning was good chiefly for the doctor, the plaster maker, the apothecary and the manufacturers of splints. You might wish your friend a safe journey to his show or office, as ■PHI "ft simce wave their "son t qoassj" to voy-yers, and vita M%ht, with uil thankfulness, count tin- lieadn of home arrivals, rejotc ; ng I hat mil btd reached tbe frout vestibule witii.mt fi *c turo. In such a sfat* of uinthev. the ordinary greeting*, in tbe midst of slcet ings, were <> f no use. I'etfeHtriaus have shared with car horsea th- slush of the track and the middle dtstoooo, rather tlmn aOOail ihe fhseuil pave. vThaa you coulJ not fall ou the rap, the mud fur ajgpm, »Vi v f.iciht.t ; • , i ..il overhead the dark eastaOpy t,: a »ky kept down buoyancy of spirit, hopefulness of prospect—all, in short, that we owe to the "lift" of clear skies and warm sun ahine. If it ia possible to take life too easily in countries under tbe vertical sun, the absence of sunshine does not conduce to activity. * * " When the sun did visit us in the after noon radiance of Sunday and on Tuesday and Wednesday morning, what a revival! It was almost aa though the population turned out with rejoicings, as they do in high latitudes, after the long winter's night. People grow good-tempered aud friendly; the preparation for going down street did not occupy all oue s energies; it waa possible to out adrift from the overshoe and to breathe in confident se curity of the next perpendicular moment. Plans could be made; there was An as surance and a joyfal strength in the general revival. Baby carriages whitened the sidewalks, young children, whose existence had been a matter of conjec ture as part of the city's populatio.i, re appear in fall evidence of their rights to the curb. The impulse to plana, to in vestments, to friendly undertakings, to benevolent projects, must have been en ormous on that day between the hours of ten and three. There was a roturn yesterday to the arrangement in gray and blaok, whioh has been tbe cloud color for -the month. As though un willing to shine upon the fiosen dirt heaps, the golden stranger disappeared as suddenly as he came. Four barrels of water of the Great Salt lake will leave, after evaporation, nearly a barrel of salt. ware aboard but none of them were dis turbed excepting A. J. Potter, who was . riding with the driver on tbe outside. , He waa "stood up" and relieved of all hia valuables. After getting the treasure box the robbers cut tha traces of the two lead horses and compelled the stage to proceed with the two wheelers. Important to Nesaeaae. New York, March 12th.— The TimtM says of the gathering at the funeral of KUiutt, the dead pugilist, yesterday: No *uch crowd ever gathered in New Yoik before. Ruffians of every grade, from pilferer* up to murderers unhanged, were almnitnnt. Tha police clnblied everybody withiu reach whenever the throng grew unruly. Some inkling of its character may be inferred from tbe cars taken by some well known sporting meu, of what may be called tbe higher olass, not to be seen in such company. When a crowd is too bad for anoh per sons as "The Coburu" and "The Allen" it mast lie vary bed indeed, and yet on such a corner stone a* this the govern ment of the city rests. Fifteen Men Barner! to Death. Dkadwood, l>. tU Maroh 11.—Hood A Scott's lodging shell at Brounville, a wood camp at the terminus of the Black hllla 4 Fort Fierce Railroad, waa burned at midnight last night. James Chalmers, Thos. Firleae, R. C. Wright, Lewis Han not, Peter Haanon, A. Tennsliffe, tlarvy Wood, W. H. Andrews, Chas. Hammer tree, Fred. % Peters and Hamnel Hays were burned to death with four others whose namea were not learned. Several were seriously injured. The origin of the tire is not known. Mstl Vive Wiggins. Lono Branch, Maroh 11.—Along tho coast of If sir Jersey no signs of storms reported. Ottawa, March 11. - This evening a crowd colic ted In front of Professor Wiggins' residence and began to clamor for hie appearanoe. As doors and win dows remained (irmly closed cries of "Fraud" and "Humbug" filled the air and an attack upon tbe bouse waa only averted by arrival of police who quelled the impending disturbance and assured the mob Wiggins was not at home. Haiti anal Mnow. Watertown, N. V., March 11.— It rained yesterday throughout northern Now York, sad changed to snow at night A cold wind prevails. Three to six inches have fallen. It Is clearing now and cold. Trains are running on the roads to-day to keep the track clear. A Pol Ire man (Shoot a a Rsnadaasen New York, Mrrch 11.—This morning Patrick Casey, a policeman, while under tha influence of liquor, ahot dead a roundsman named Richard Comisky. The latter had been following Casey on bis beat to sea that he attended to his duty, which Casey resented. Won't Help Wiggins. Chicago, March 11.—Halifax, 2 a. m. —A alight breeseis blowing from ths southeast and appears at times to in crease somewhat in strength then aab sidoa. The high tide la gone completely down. 10,000 Ornamental Plants (KAN PALMS, SHADE TREES, EVERi.REKNH, ROSES, CAMELLIAS, CLIMBING PLANTS. OUEVILLEAS, PAMPAS OsaASS, PASSION VINES, BANAKAS, LILIES, JAPANESE PLANTS. Etc., etc.,) will be sold during the next three month* very cheap oa account ef removal of nut R. WEISHOLD. ELORIST AMD NURSERYMAN. Depot First St.. hot. Spring aad Mala Sta. •*., better known a* L. Shaeater * Flova tMrden, j4-*m LOS ANOELES, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 188:.. LINRS OF TRAVEL. PAcrtrio ooast Steamship Company. OOODALL, PERKINS* CO, Oeneral Agents RAN FRANCISCO. NORTHERN ROUTES. STEAMERS LEAVE SAN FRANVISCo For Wrauf le, Sltka sud Hanisburg, Alaska, ami Nanalmo ami New Westminster, B. ('., as ad vsrtised in Son Frauoiaeo newspapers. For Victoria, Port Tmvnsend, Seattle, Tacoma, Steilacoom and olympla on thu 10th, 2»tl)i and 30th of each month, except when those dates fall on Sunday. Steamers one day earlier. For Astoria and Portland,u.cry Wediiesda/ and Saturday. For Eureka, Areata and [lookton, every Wednea- For Point Arena, Cuffy's Cove, Little River Wrtltesboro, Mendocino City, and Xoyo, ever> Monday. SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIME TABLE FOR MARCH. Coaurn Bcith. I Goikg Nokth. _l 1* rffi lII} 33. SrsAMsas. |5 Orlsaba... Mar »h 1 i.roh 3;Marcn 61 March 7 Anoon " 51 " 7 " » " 11 Orlsaba ... " 10 " It " U\ " 16 Aiicon " 15 1? ' lfi, " 21 Orizaba... " SO " ti " U\ 26 Anoon. ... " SS " 27 " » " 91 Orlaatta . " SulApril 1 April B[April b Both steamships cal' at port Harford (San Luis Obispo) aad Santa Barbara. Passenirers for San D.e?o take the train that leaves Loa Arajeles for San Pedro at4:lftp. v , Isos Antic It* tune. jroinjr north take the train for San Pedro that leaven Loe Angles at 10:15 o'clodk a. UU, Los Anjreles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles: Cabin, Steerage To San Francisco, Meniere * or Sante Cms *lo $10 1 To Port Harford i i 9 To Santa Barbar.t i 6 To San Diego 6 6 To San Diego and return.... 11 i£T Plain of Steamers' Cabins at Agent's otflw, wheM berths may he necurod For Way Ports. The steamer Los Anoblbs leaves Sun Due naventura for San Francisco every Friday, call ing at Santa Barabara Oaviota, Csyucrs, San Simoon Monterey and Saiit.v ' r\v/. For Newport I.andiiig, viu S;inta Cruz, etc., freight steamers leave San Fr.uioisco about every two weeks, as tides serve on tlu- Newport bar. The Company reserves the riVbt to chantre the steamers or their days of sailing tttrOß PASSAGE OR FREIGHT AS A DOVE, OR FOR TICKETS TO AND FROM All Important Points in Europe, for Cxehaugo ou Eurogte, H. McLELLAN, : : Agrent. Office--No. & Commercial St.. Los Angeles. S. P. R R. TIME SCHEDULE. Monday, Jan. 1 st, 1883. Trains leave and are due to arrive at XaOS >X 38- Cs- T_* 33 » t■-a | bHsru, atiom. raoH. $M) a. a. Oolum 4:45 r. a. i r. a Colton "»:40 a. m S:tt a. m. t Demfng ) Express. 4:46 t. « - and - V 6:80 r a. ( East. ) Rmigrant .... 4:16 a. m 0:26 a. M El Paso and East 4:45 r. at. 6:15 P. M. | San ) Kxprcm. 7:55 a. h 8:46 A. a. ( S*craineuto. I 3:10 r. M 9:86 a. a. .Santta Ana ait.t Anaheim. 1.0.i c It, 4:6*) r. a. .Santa Ana aud Anaheim. 8:30 a. m ■Ma. h Sanu Moulna KIS a. m •4 20 r. at Santa Monica "4 W r. tf, I5:20l*. m Santa Monloa tS:OQ t>. M. a. s Wilrulngum | Mil p. m. 4M r. a Wilmington tra*) if. m. 10*0 a h ,Sau Pedro HtlW r. a. 410$ r. at. .. San Pedro. _W|oo v». *Sundays exreptod. tSundays only. T. H. GOODMAN, (.i-ueral Passengsr and Ticket Agent. A. N. TOWNK, General Manager. K. K. HEWITT, Awistaut Superintendent, Los Angelea CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. R. DIRECT RAIL COMMUNICATION WITH NATIONAL CITY AND SAN DIECO. On and after Monday, August 21, 1882, trains of the California Southern Railroad going south will leave Colton daily at 11:05 a. a., or on arrival of East-bound Southern Pacific train, and will laave Riverside at 11:80, arriving at San Diogo at 6:37 r. H. Goinir north, will leave San Diego at 7 A. v. and Riverside at 1:45, arriving at Cotton at 3:00 c vi . Sun Francisco time, making close connec tion with train for Los Angeles ami .Ssn Francisco. Passengers will save from Urn (10) to sixty (00) cents by purchasing their tlekcts of the agent before entering the cars. Round trip tickets cannot be obtained on the train. For Information address Agent California South! ni Ruilroad, Colton, or J. N. VICTOR, Superintendent, and Gen Fr't and Paas. Aar't, National City, Cal. au23 W. H. RIGGS, Comtractor and Builder, FOURTH STREET, BET. SPRING and FORT, LOS ANGELES, CAL. K.BTI MATES VURNI9HUI. f22lm RIAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY THE OWNER. THE BEAUTIFUL TWO-fiTORY FRAME RES idenceand lot, ISO by 860 feet NW comer of Pearl and Orange streets; lot 80 by 2271,fc feet, N ■Ids of Orange street; one three-acre trast on Loomls street. Also 440 acres ot choice vineyard snd orchard land, situated three and a half mile* eaat ot Anaheim and two miles north of Orange. Also 80 acres of vineyard land on Santa Ana river. Also 63 acres of damp land on as>id river. Also a 200-acm vineyard four miles east of Ana bslSB. Al\ ths above lands are abundantly supplied with water for Irrigation. Title perfect and terms reasonable. J. R. TOWRMAN, jebSH loa 8 Temple blook. LAWYERS. Gardiner & Stephenson, Attorney* nnd Counselors nt Lnw OrrKil -Rooms I, S and 9. Allan Block, CORNER Or BPP.INQ AMD TEMPI.Ii STS. fjt.il'l ( W. J. KINGSBURY, A_f f orn a v. at-T.aw Orncs -Room 3, Allan Block. CORNER BPBINO AND THMPLR STREETS. Mmmtm D. M. ADAMS, ATTORNKY.AT- LAW, Room 66 Baker Block. Janlltl J. BrouMeau. Attorney and Counsellor nt Law. sSTNOS. M AND 67. BAKER BLOCK, mrlltf Eugene T. Lampion, ATTORNBT-AT-LAW. ROOM NO. M, TEMPLE BLOCK. aarCcdleotlons made promptly. olatl JAS. Q. HOWARD, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Downey Blook, next door to Dr. Craw ford. jy22-tf j William D. Stephens, ATTORNEY AT LAW. J ROOM 85, TEMPLE BLOCK, f.O-1 ANOELES, j Will irlve special and prompt attention to tbe protjate of wills and settlement of estate, of de- 1 cedents. apSO-Iy ( Hasxr M Sarrs. T. B. Baowa ' A. w. Htrrroa. f, Smith. Brown St Hutton. ATTSSSETS AT LAW. Onto. - ROOMS tI.MtD TEMPLE BLOCK, mrlltr JNu. a. CHAPMAN. J. A OBAVES. Graves & Chapman, Attorneys and Counselors nt Lnw. BOOM NO. c BAKER BLOCK. VI lit a 8. O. Hubbell, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROOMS Uf. DCCOMMUNS BLOCK, comer n Main and OornmercUl Sts., Loe Angeles. my7tf It MEoROE S lIL'PP. THOS 11 SMITH ( Smith 8z Hupp, ' Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. a OFFICES- UK. 30 * 40 TEMPLE BLOCS. Will praotloe In all of the State and Federal * Courts in California snd will give prompt and faithful attention is. all business entrusted to . Uiem nltf ' PHYSICIANS. W. W. Grissom, H. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON, 1 No. 74 MAIN ST.. LOS ANOELES, CAL. Office Houra-S to 10 a. sr., Bto 4 and 7 to 8 r St., . And at night. Special atteition to auqjery and diseases of women and children. mrl lm Elisabeth A Tollansbee, M. D. Omci and residence, No. 11l Fort street, be tween Third and Fourth streets Spring street oars paas the door. feb*4 lm t Br T. C 4aAl.lt, HEALTH OFFICER. , Office, for tbe present. rjom 3, Lichtenbenrer Block, Main street, shore First. Office hours for Vaccinating and other city business, from 8 to 10 a. a. a f,b7tf DSS. BBAOH ft FEBNANDEZ, Homosopathists. o.res 84 Main street, over American Cash Store. fel4o! Dr. F. W. Conn, Late of Virginia City, Nevada, will practice hi. profeaaion at Room No. a, Wilcox i. lock. No. 40 Spring street, febS-Sm Dr. 0. F. Oillingham, Member Royal College Surgeon., England. Member Royal College Physicians, Edinburg. POXET9 BUILDING, 127 MAIN STREET, declatf DR. K. D. WISE. \ K. D. WISE. M !>., graduate of tha Jefferson Uci.ici.l College-, Philadelphia; having returnod 1 from Europe, wham he took special courses of Instruction In his profession in the great hoeplt. als of London, Paris. Vienna ana ftiintmrg, so limits all Cavses retpiixing surgical sikill and experi- 1 enos, an.l makes m heretofore, A SPECIALTY OF DISEASES or WOMEN. No charge made _ for frntt consultations unless followed by treat men.. Ofllca in PHILLIPS BLOCK, MAIN ST., laoa Angeles, Cal. Orace hours fn.in Btolo a. H. and S to & r. at. flO-Sm Dr. J. 3. Griffin, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 164 MAIN STREET. Office Hours t» to 11 a. M., 1 to S and 7 to S ResMenee-Kast sUu of Mala street, below First. ralo-tl Dr. Joseph Kurtz 1 Hasremoted his office to No. » Main street opposite Bstker Block ( ftdTKyo and ear aiseasea treated with the oare of , a specialist. apW | J. Harmon, M. D., , County Physician. ! MASCAREL BUILDING, upstairs. KesUlenoa, ( Kim.ms 40 and W, Baker Block. I Olfloe hours from 10 to It a. a.; from Ito 4r. M. apSO-t* 1 County Warrants, Etc. , I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City and Coun ty Warrants, Judgments, ami nil kin.!* of claims I. WHITE, Attorney st I aw. MTRotm 40Ttm.pl* Blook n3O-ly | H. Newmark & Co., WHOIiESALE GROCERS, Dealors In Wool, Oram. Hides. 11, IS and IS I.os ANOELKS STREET, f ieOtf 1 FOB SALE. RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT. , An elegant and very wbsssntial iwo «rtorv frame dwelling of eighteen rooms, oantainlng all modern conveniences, spacious parlors, flue din -9 tng room, Urge kitchen, laundry. Uth room, storenKMUS snd wood twu*e Th* grounds are ample ornamented with choice He wen aad ttarueoery. Mouse completely furnished throughout, sit a*B»d is tea heart of the caty; far* dssirshie for S residence or busineei. Will be sold with or wIU • out furniture at a baifalu. Address P. f> Box 701, Lot AtkOteles, CaiiForaia. md lm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. _ Crystal Palace. REDUCED PRICES! j Crockery, G-lassware, Lamps, Chandeliers AT COST OF IMPORTATION! Get Our Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere. I i We will Always Sell Cheaper than oar Competitors. ! MEYBERG BROS.. 81 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. jyU-tf SAN PEDRO LUMBER CO.,' SAN PEDRO, LOS ANCELES COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, Wholesale and Retail Lumber Dealers,, Having completed their Wharf to Deep Water, BRINGING SHIP AND RAIL TOGETHER, ' Are prepared to furnish all kinds of IsTjmbiir ja.xtrx» rxTxsaSGEsaasx. sr. o. as. ' Cars or delivered at any R. R. Station of S. P. R. R. I J. BRVHOV a BON* tire our Attentat at Lost Atigrlcs t Correspondence Solicited. MEEIOK KEYNOLDS, Manager, San j TRY BARTLETT BROS. FOR ' Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,! SILVERWAEE, j PIANOS AND ORGANS,, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEBTI First St., Opposite Nadeau Block, i ,1813 m [ The Largest Carriage and Wagon Repository in California! A $40,000 Stock! Look at Onr Prices! Buggy with top $113 ! Phastona SI 50 Buggy without top 100 Platform, spring wagon 136 Carriages, extension top -2i»o | Three spring wagon 120 Open T>aroucheo 125 J Husinttsn apring wagun 90 Four spring wagon, $1.15. WE HAVE ALMOST ANY STYLE YOU WANT, We also carry a larire stock uf DOUBLE AND SINI.LK HARN'KSS of the best ((Unlity and style .it eorreupomlingly low prices. NEXT 300R EAST OF FASHION STABLES, MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES. „,„,,,, J. R. McMANIS, Manager. i spoßTSiwiiiirs BMPORiaivr fI. LUSTER, 10, 11 Coifflercial Street, DEALER IN SUA RXFTaBS uUNS. RIFLES AND PI3TOLS ana I Kfl ft" Tackle and^H . ~ J Sharps, Rout i.nit Material ol mjMm .niton, Wlneheatar, , Every Kind. and other makers. , (aTMUZZLE AND BItEK I.OAOINO SHOTGUNS of the moat celebrated English and American ' makers. HEPAIKINti aad NEW WOtlK done ami warranted to give satisfaction or uo charg ML W. OSUDS, HARDWARE EMPORIUM NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST. Dealer iv Stoves, Ranges, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Force aud Lift . Pumps, Rubber Hose, Crockery an<l G.assMfere, Iron ana Lead Pipe. Sole Agent * for the Superior .Stoves and Ranges, manufactured by Bridge* Beach Manufactur ing Co., St. Lonis, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware aud Artesian Well Pipe. Plumbing in all ito branches done to order with noatuess and disp»tob. jy-fl-tf | J. B. JOYAUX. M. TROMBONI. . JOYAUX & TROMBONI, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ' Iml General Agents In Wool, Sheep and Other Produce. Agents for Matthewa* Sheep Dip. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Orocoritu, Provisions, Wines, Liquors, Tobacoos, Ktc.; Farmers', Wine-Growers' and Stock- Kaisers' Sundries. 14 » Wrntm tstreet. Between Court mvi First, Lo« Angeles,, Cal LA ESPERANZA STORE. WHOLetSALK A SI) BETA IL DKALKR IN Choice Groceries, Provisions, WiNIS, LIQUORS ASS CICARS. Family order, made a specialty. Goods delivered to all parts of the city. . Or ders taken at residences every morning. Alao 1 tat mission Merchants. ISO NAM tTMIT, : , , LOS ASSILIS. ears XI. OBBBSTBLIiBB, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX— If PHVR, CIRMANTOWN, KNITTING WORSTED, SAXONY, SHETLAND WOOL, ANO rUItS, FAIRY ZEPHYR, CANVAS, f MBROIOERY MATERIALS, ITO. 108 .-■ MAIN STREET. • - - 168 Particular attention given to orders for French Stamping and Designing. fabs-ua I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Last Chance — Jkjse — CLOSING OUT SALE * • V 1 GO SEE THE BARGAINS. : »Mtf SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 17, OF THE Boston Dry Goods Store UTDM M iti:n THR MTORE NO. 3 SPRING STREET. XBr THE ALLBIV BLOO X, I will open on SATURDAY WfIRVIW, FEB, 17th, a splendid Assortment of DRY GOODS, SMALL WARES, Ladies and Chil dren's COTTON UXDERWARE, etc. My stock ia all now, having been bought in New York and Boston with in the past thirty days. Ladies will find »iy prion., in all Departments, from Twenty to Twenty five per cent, under what the same .lass of goods have been sold for on this C ast. Having a buyer in the East, I ahall receive new goods as fast as thay art) opened in New York and Boston. J. W ROBINSON, Allen Block, Opp. County Bank. MM SANTA MONICA HOTEL. A. BX7BXMXIXC JkSnm WIBrXBR RBBORT. A Pirat-Claflff Hotel of 06 rooms on thu bluff overlooking ths Ocean, 18 miles hy rail from Los Angela*. Good surf bathing every month in in* yaar. Large LUth Mouses on the Beaoh directly in front of the Hotel; furnish Hot ->r Cold, >*lt and Fresh Water Baths. Tourists should not fall to visit this delightful resort. Trains lea v., los Aart-les at V>:3o A. M. awl 4:20 1' M Leave, Santa Monica at 7.15 A. M. and 3 P. M. J. W. SCOTT, PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES. daeirti ALLEN S, NEXT TO THE PICO HOUSE, GREAT SACRIFICE IS" CARPETS! FOR THE \EXT THIRTY DAYS. Reducing stock to make room for Spring floods. Also ORE AT RE DETJCTION IN FURNITURE, SEWING MACHINES, SINGER, GROWN AND NEW HOWE. Large Stock of WALL PAPER in Latest Designs. Remember tho Placa BARKER .Sc S. 10. 10 Main Street. Xext to Pico House. Lois Angeles. Cal. lOWA CASH "STORE CHARNOCK & NORMANDY, ISO Main Street, : i Los Angeles Cal. WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERIES, PROVISIONS & FARM PRODUCE. | «TFamily orders taken e»ery morn it,.-. Hoods uelirerar] to an., part ot the eitjr free. IS-tm Globe Coffee and Spice Mills. (FORMERLY OU> AUSO MILLS) K. R. TURELKSLp, Qsnsral Maisagv. J H. THRELKELD, Froprieto Ws are now issaly with new and Issssosnsd sasahlnity to supply tha trade generallT, j With otls in our Line at San Francisco Price. Our Goods Were awarded toe First Premium at tbe Loa Angeles Fair, October Issx Jsatl-In HOTELS. Cosmopolitan Hotel. First-Class. THB FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL 4 DENKER, Proprietor!. This In the only reliably ftrat-claes h-jtel, la alt uated In the corner of the city of Loa Angeles, oontaina nearly a hundred specious and airy rooms, newly furnished in the most oornfortaiiii' style. Rooms in suites for famtles and partiee on every floor, with hot and cold baths. THE TABLE will always be furnished with the best supplies that can ho procured in the market. A FB.EK COACH is aiwaya on hand to carry tfiiesut to the house. No pains spared to make iruceta comfortable in every way. A LA ROE READINO ROOM open night and day. HENRY HAMMEL, myl7tf A. H. DENKER. THE OOMMEROIAL V. DOL, Proprietor, DOWNEY BLOCK, - HAIR (TIMET. Receive, alive and starves up every nay tho choicest FISH, including SOLE TCRROT and SKA TROUT. MR. DOL is tho exclusive consignee of the cel ebrated PROMACIE DE BRIE, which anly be had at this restaurant. SPRING CHICKENS, just In from the ranches cooked In every style. This restaurant is Loa Angeles's Delmonlco mvltl Lodging at the Plaza House. On Olvera Ht., near the Plaza. ASTBEDS BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN, do lm A. KALMBACH, Proprietor. Wilkins House, Santa Crnz, Cal. The Beat Family Hotel in the City. FIRST-CLASS M EVERT RESPECT I LOCATED ON PACIFIC AVENUE, One block from Telegraph, Express and Postofflces. Affording superior aceommodationa for faml lias and tourists; having spacious grounds, filled with choice dowers and plants. Street cars paas the door every ten minutes for the beach. RATES—»I.HI tolfi,»r day; JDtotlO per weak. Free carriage at all trains and steamers. dis-3m p. v. WILKINS, Proprietor. MUSICAL ANNOUNCEMENT EX TRAORDINARY. For the bentilU of my friends mvi custoniurs anil tha public In general, I beg to announce that by Monday, December 18th, I will have on exhibition, ready to stand the test of the moat skillful artists, the following pianos, comprising the best selection of instruments ever brought to Southern California, vis.: The Peerless GEO ROE STKCK, of .Vow York, square and upright. The Unrivalled GUILE and CHURCH, t*|uare and upright. Tho improved SPENCER * CO., square and upright. The llast HA NT RATION, square and spriirht, and others of the beet nukes in tbe United States. Also, the SMITH AMERICAN organ. All of which I will sell for cash at a great dis count, or on installments of $10 per month. There will be given with each instrument a stool, cover and instruction book, and a written war ranty for ten years, which warranty la backed by a capital of •100,000. 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 tlmt in tloing so ho will save from 60 to 100 pur cent., besides being well .suited In quality and First Street, between mß'i anSspsßgvlv side. di7-tf NOTES & kWBS. OFFICE, NO. lIS MAIN ST., OPP0SIT1! COURT HOUSE. Real Estate AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS. All Kinds of Property and Goods Bought and Sold. LIDF.RAL CASH ADVANCES MADE AND PROMPT RETURNS GUARANTEED. febtOtf APOTHECARIES' HALL, No. 59 MAIN STREET. CHARLES ROGERS, DEALER IN— DRUGS, MEDICINES. PERFUMERY, ETC Prescriptions tilled at all hour, of the day and night. Thanking my friends for their liberal patron age, I take pleasure in recommending to them tny successor, aa deserving their fullest confi dence. THEO. WOLLWEBER. eniT-tf WANTED FIFTY HOARDERS MORE LAFAYETTE HOTEL, 10 PICO STREET, OPPOSITE PLAZA. sto A WKKK. The table is constancy htrnlshed with the best -'ipphv-iu market. SINGLE It' 'OM Foil EVERY ill EST. Admirable Sanitary Situation, jig lm Phineas Banning, FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENT. WILMINGTON, Loa Angeles County, Cal. Vessels lowed, goods lightered, hlinlte and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. MM S. L. DEWEY, Gommission Merchant. — DEALS IN HAY, CRAIN AND POTATOES All Kinds of Fruits in their Season.. ORDERS SOLICITED NO. T LOS ARCELSS ST., ARCADIA BLK. Mas The San Diego Land and Town Co. Offer tar sale on sax. years credit, at low prices, 30.SMVS ACRES OF THE CHOICEST FRUIT LANDS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Also, lota I. National city, the Pacific Coast Terminus cf the Southwestern Tnuiaoontlhantal Railway Sretaea. For full particulars call on or address CHAS. L. HARRIS, Sup't. ealtf National City, Ca NO. 20.