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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
VOL. XIX.
DAILY HERALD.
published every morning, except Monday, by .
JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILT HERALD:
er annum, by mail or express $10.00 )
t months, by mail or express fi.OO
pee months 2.60 ,
Dsuvitao st Cassises, eas Wus, xSo.
WEEKLY HERALD.
Pi'bi.ikhsd Evsav Save aa at Moa.vnae
TERMS:
One year, by mail er express, one oopy |S.OC
Six months, by snail or express 1 76
Threo moaUis, hy mail or express I.OC
ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at reasonable rates
faT All hinds of Job Work done to compete with
Sou Francisco In price, style and elegance of
workmanship.
sVull Demorrtatlr Tleket.
Cleveland, April 2 —The Democrats
elect the Mayor by 3,000; also the entire
City ticket It is the second Democratic
Mayor in 20 yeans.
All Part le* HUhly < onnrrtcd.
St. Louis. April 3. -11. H. Tevis was
to.day granted a decree of divorce from
his wife, Kate R. Tevis. It arose out of
the shooting of Frank T. Iglehart by
Tevis as he was leaving a notoriona es
tablfshment with the letter's wife in
November laat. Iglehart was wuundud
in the arm, and until recently wan an
inmate of the hospital here. All parties
are highly connected. Tevis is a relative
of the Han Franeisoo Tevis.
Kett rertieed Brhavlorf
Chicago, April 3— A Washington
special says: Commander Mullan ot the
Aahuelut, will probably be court-mar
tialed in Washington. He was dis
missed from the navy 15 years ago for
drunkenness, but reinstated in 1878.
He failed to pass his examination aa
commander but remained in service.
Canada Mitotan.
MorjNT Forest, Ontario, April 3.—
A train on the Toronto, Orey and Bruce
Railway reached here last night, the
first since March sth. Sleighing is un
impaired.
Big? Man Moving
St. Louis, April 3.—Senator and Mrs.
David Davis, Miss Alios Davis and Sen
ator Davis' brother-in hiw. Mr. Williams,
left this morning for the West.
Atrlke Ended
Chicago, April 3.—The strike of brick*
layer is practically ended, enployers
uouoeding the demands of the workmen
of f4 and $4.50 per day.
ClnelsiDatl Deaaarratle.
Cincinnati, April 3.—Unofficial re*
turns show that the Democrats have ;
elected the Mayor. <
rest Prandial Taffy j
London, April 3.—Minister Lowell in
a a*paech at the Lord Mayor's banquet
last night said he had from.tims to time
read sensational statements in news pa
pers purporting to give instructions he
had received from his Government and
words he had , spoken on diplomatic
questions. He would say these prophe
cies were like thf.se of the Prophet '
Wiffgins. He should, despite them con
tinne to believe the g-n.nl relations exist
ing botweenOreat Britain ami the United .
Siut-'sj would be enduring. Certainly
noiiiing that be would do wonld tend to
their friendly character. Tin
Qiseen, altliough not quite so well as
ye*>tmrdsy, took a carriage a rive this
morning, and * ill attend the funeral
service over the bo<ly oi John Ik-own this 1
afternom.
The Proclamation ml tbe Mevsls- <
tlanlatsj.
St. Petkß-sbciu). Apiil 'J The Revo
bittoiiMry party have issued a proclama
tion auiKiiinciug that preparation* are
complete to meet the coiumition of the
( '£ »r mid tlit y have every bojte of suc
cess iv folly carrying out the long de
ured plans. The proclamation contain* 1
a warning to all persons that they shall,
If valuing their personal safety, keep at .
a distance from the Czar during the cere
mony. The coronation prononnoements
concludes with these words: "We will
r-triks once more for the freedom of Rus
sia."
Important Vaenmeatsj taelaecl.
Core, April 2.—Documents found on •
Featherstone, the American arrested,
said to be a newspaper writer, show him
to be in direct 'communication with
O'Donovan Kossa. 'I he letters se sed
sre from Roeaav and give elti)>orate orders
with regrird t> the mode of using ex- 1
plosives.
f msnlsTrsntn for America.
London, April 2 —The steamer In
diana to-day took the first batch of em
igrants forwarded by the British Gov
ernment to America. The party num
bered «jventy-five, and Was principally
made up of persons evicted in Conne
mara, Ireland.
Important f tke Dnke,
Berlin.April 3.—During a recent visit
of ths Daks of Connsagbt to this city '
he consulted a celebrated surgeon,
Larrgenberck, in regard to the injury to ,
his arm. Thephysienan assured him the
injury was in no respeot dangerous and
that he would recover completely.
A Knyal Marrlns;e.
Madrid, April 3.— The marriag-> of
Prince Louis Ferdinand of Bavaria, to
the Infanta waa celebrated. Tbe King
and Queen of Spain were sponsors.
LATE TELEGRAMS.
{SPECIAL TO THE HERALD.]
Bala at ansa Bevrnaralna.
Sam Bernardino, Cal., April .1-
Haiti commenced falling about isastsdghl
ami haa continued since with slight in
termissions and at times cornea in tor
rent*. The change in tbe appearanoe of
the whole valley Is most gratifying, j
Krery part of if is soaked. Business
men ftrernfr longer in doatit. The pest
week has increased their aalas fifty per
cent. j
Batrh ar Hews rrom an ladlaa ■
S'aptlve. (
CiitdAtsn, April 3.—A Saa Carlos spe
cial nay* that Lieut. Davit haa furnished
the following information: The Indian (
captured here this forenoon is Barintish, (
of Bskiosh's band. He says: I left the
Chiricahuas three dayi ago. There are
two bands in Arizona—Ckatoa with
twenty.tivej sneo, and Oerommos with ,
eighty men, Jnh waa left la the Hasneo |
Mountains, Mexico, with three men and r
five women. Loco is in a stronghold {
four days march southeast frem Caaa j
Urande, with fourteen men, remnants of v
Victorios band, and all Ihe women of ,
.Ihe bands now oat of Nat. lid. ,!
-Cnohhwi *pn is with (jhato. Two bands <
left oanip raJ Mexico twenty-two days (
sago. Une oame to the Whetstone j
Moeaatains, near Tombstone; others .
came into Arizona further east H» ,
left fW hand near Pueblo Virjn. Tbey i
intended to go north to Ihe Mngalon (
Mountains. To-night they go sooth to .
a plaoa where Col. Garcia had a fight ,
' lit year. These Indians are all from ,
San Carl'H reservation, except fourteen ,
of Viotnrio's old band. They loft the
reservation a year ago. These 1
are all the Indians in Mexico on
the warpith controlled by Oerommas.
Loco lives, apart from them. Tbe major 1
ity want to return to the reservation, t
and Loco is anxious to surrender, hntthe t
others will not let htm. The Indian (
•oaptnred is ironed and in Ihe gnard- ,
• house. (Signed) Davis, .
Lieutenant Commanding. ,
Jrassaetta inquiry.
VVaj4Hiaotx>N, April 3, —The Jeaunette ,
'Court of Inquiry mat at noaa and lire (
man Bartlett testified that he had an ,
charge to lay or special commentation to B
offer regarding any officer or man. Mel
ville made Aaborough searoh for missing
parties as well as search could be made
nader any circumstances. The Judge- 1
Advocate stater) he had received a tela- ,
gram from D. F Collins, of Mm t
naapolit, who stated he had nut (
been uotuieai of tha arrival of Bartltitl ,
that he haa ma led a lis! of i|:iesUons to ,
ba asked oa twhalf of bis brother and re- ,
quested tbe Court to wait until receipt
' of bis communication as he insisted uiion
a full and tnorongb examination. The
Court thereupon adjourned until to- 1
morrow when a letter will probably be 1
received from Dr. Collins. The presi- *
dent of the Court directed olher sur- '
vivors be instructed to remain here until 1
examined upon qnestiona to be sub- r
milled by Collins,
rattle Bsreedrraj asaalSvesue.
■Cftmut, Wyoming, April 3 —The |
•j in, annual meeting of the Wyoming j
StdCsV jrowers Association ia being lield. |
ThQßafc-oriof the executive committee ,
show &at last fear two hnndred and ,
twea>yv(b_ruaa-d bead of beef cattln was
inspected, an increase of 52,000 over the
previous year. Also about 1,000 bead .
were killed by the U. P. R. R The re
, port further shows that herds of breed
ing rattle are selling at twenty-live per
.•«s.t higher than last year and thirty
million dollars of Scotch and Knglish
..oapital haa bson invested during the I
year lv Wyoming. Texas Pan-Handle «
•drives from tha west have ceased. Thoai t
.from Texas are greatly diminished i
■Irrtlana la Ohio
CiaclxsATl, April 2.—But Hve pre- I
cincta of sixty in Ihe city yet fully re- •
ported. Thee* show Republican gains.
Unofficial report* gathered at the Lincoln
Club indicate that Ihe voting Is close
between Sadler and Stephens for Mayor.
The Commercial Oaulle't special says
, th* Republicans have elected the candi
date at Fostoria, Van Wert,
Gallon aud London. A divided ticket ii
elected at Marsfleld, Pomeroy, Newark
and Akron. The Hemocrats elect the
entire ticket at Chilliootbe and Findlay.
Xenia elected a Democratic Solicitor.
C'*l. I'sraylhr After th* Indiana.
I)lsvia, April 3.—A Separ, N. M.
special of the Posl says: Col. Korsythe
followed the Indians from the Southern
Paella Railroad crossing into the
Chirioahua Mountains in Arizona, near
Cottonwood Springs. The Indians at
tacked a wagon containing ranchmen's
supplies and wounded two men, after
which they took lo the hills, wher* the
soldiers are unable to follow the trail.
Col. Forsythe will remain there several
days scouting the surrounding country.
Klnad la Utah.
Salt Lake, April 3.—This morning's
HtraXd advicea are that the floods in
Hoar Lake Valley washed out six bridges
on the Oregon short line, temporarily
impeding the running of trains. They
will soon be repsired. The first through
train over tha Rio Urande brings two
hundred Mormon converts. They are
expected to-day.
A Mew Departure.
St. Ixmis, April 2.—The Legislature
passed a bill that no railroad company
to this State shall advance freighta with
out tint giving twenty days uotico of
- the proposed change, by posting the new
schedule in three conspicuous places on
each of its freight and passenger depots.
The penalty for violation is bye hundred
dollars.
Evaaavllle «or« ■ irsnurrat ■<-.
Evansvilli, Ind., April 2.—The indi
cations at this hour are that the whole
Democratic city ticket and four, or )>er
tutps five, out of seven Conncilinen are
elected.
A "la F.xplanlen
Hasvtvord, April 2. — A double
powder mill at Hszardville blew up this
afternoon. It contained 400 pounds of
powder. No loss of life reported. Tbe
pecuniary loss is trifling.
l-olier's atrca.
VVaaniNOTOK, April 1 —Secretary Fob
gar Is now undergoing special treatment
on acoount of the condition of his eyes.
Be will be confined to th* house for two
or thr** days.
Whence Comes the Name
Of SOZODONT? It is derifeil from <*•■ I
Orwik words signlfjring "lo preserve tn. 1
teeth;" find it deserves its title, for there
is ISO preparation whiob will do this
more rapidly, surely sssd pleaaantly,
The consomption of SOZOIKJNT is
immense.
TUB SIsTXJO
No. 10 ' • .niuii:rrl»l St.
HENRY,
I * Pomiorly ol the Pal** Saloon.
BUT LIQUOR., BUB ABO CIGARS.
aWtlome end m rue.
|Sl_ HENRY NORBOE.
Teutonia Hall,
No. 100 MAIN STREIT, X ■. BUILDINU.
KROHLINGER A MATHIESON,
PROPRIETORS.
WINES, LIQUORS, BEER, ALE ANB CIGARS
ol the best brands.
LUNCHES ol all Suvi suppllsd on ilwrt^nrajce.
KB OPHHTED ! !!
Messrs. Massey Hi Co.,
-or THE -
DBW DROP SALOON,
OPPOSITE THE NEW DEPOT,
Announce to their hianda and tha puhlic, that
having rebuilt their baloon they are now pre
pared to furnish ciutoniera with the beet Wines,
Liquors, Been and Cigsrs tn be found In the city.
Everybody ia invited to give them a calL
|aj_D-_n
A. W. EAMES,
TREE DEPOT,
SPRINO ST., BETWEEN IST A 2ND.
(Adjoining M. E. Churah, Soath.)
A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
, (aesasttraz Cypres, for hedge tad yard, Pepper
' BlueOuina and other ornamanlaJ trees. Send
lor Pries List Catalogue lenle-lss
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1883.
UXSfI OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
Steamship Company.
QOODALL, PERKINS 1 CO., General Agents
SAN FRANCISCO.
NORTHERN JOUTES.
STEAMERS LEAVE HAN FRANCISCO
For Wrangle, Hltka and Harrislmrg, Alaska, and
Nanaimo and New Westminster, R. C, as ad
vertised tn San FranoisiHi newspaper*.
For Victoria, Port Jownsend, Seattle, Taootna,
Steilacoom and OayWla on the 10th, 20th and
80th of each month, except when those dates
fall on Sunday, steamer* one day earlier.
For Astoria and Portland, April 3d and every
three days thereafter.
For Eureka, ArcaU and Hookton, every Wednes
day.
For Point Arena, Cutfy's Cove, Little River
Whitesboro, Mendocino City, and Noyo, ever)
Monday.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
TIME TABLE FOR APRIL.
COMISU SuITR. ' GOISO NOSTH.
|
?* hUiUi n
Srsaasss. U ? S 3 « If*- U
Ancon Aj-ril & April 7;April 9 April H
Orisaba ... " 10 " 12 " U " Hi
Ancon " If " 17 " lt» " 31
Orisaba ... " SO " 22 J 24 *>
Orisaba '' 301 May g May 4 May 6
Both steamships cal l at Port Harford (San
Luis Obispo) and Santa Barbara.
Passeuirers for San Diego take the train tliat
leaves Los Angeles for San Pedro al I i' r. JL,
Los Angeles time.
t# Passengers going north take the train
for Sen Pedro that leaves Los AngeitH at l0:ir.
o'clock A. Los Angeles liioc.
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles:
cabin mmm
To San Fruncwoo, Monterey
or Santa Crus lift WK
To Port Harford , . 12 tt
To Santa Barbara I
To S aii Diego and return... 11
fdT Plant* of Steamers' Cabins at Axent'* office,
where berths may be assured
For Way Ports.
The steamer Los AstiSLRS MSrVSS Sau Bue
naventura for San Frai.rien. ev«rv Friday, call
ing at Santa Barabara foviotSs, i ayucci, mm*
Simeon, Mentercy ami Santa Cr;./
For Newport landing, via, Santa Cruz, sto.,
freight rite>iuii!rs It-uve San Francisco about uvery
two reeltn, at tides aerie on tho Newport bar.
The Company reeerv<N the to cbjn.ro the
steamers or their days of sailinn
I AsTFOR PASBAOE OR FREIGHT AS ABOVE,
OR FOR TICKETS TO AND FROM
All Important Points in Europe,
for Exchange on Europe,
H. McLELLAN, : : Agent.
Ofllos -No. b Commercial St., Los Angeles.
S. P. R R
TIME SCHEDULE.
Monday, Jan. Ist, 1883.
Trsins leave and are due to arrive ar
x. oss j*. sr SB aa x. jej as
1.1 IVI ARRJVS
ros osaruurjotf. raoa.
»•» a. a Cotton 4:46 r. a.
•4:30 r. > Colton •0:40 a. a
8:26 a. ft I Denting I Express 4:46 r. a
- *nd \
6:90 r. a. I. East. I Emigrant 4:16 a. a
8:16 a. a El Paso and East 4:46 r. a.
6:16 r. a. , San Francisco , Evpress. 7:66 a. a
8:46 a. a. 1 Sacramento / Emigr'nt 3:10 r. a
0:36 a. a. .Santa Ana and Anaheim 4:00 r. a.
4:60 r. a. .Santa Ana end Anaheim. 8:20 A. a
JO A. at Santa Monica 8:16 A a
•4 J0 r. a Santa Monica UflO r. a.
ts:»r. a Santa Monica 15:00 r. s.
M:0O a. a Wilmington KM r. «
4:00 Si Wilmington tcOO A. a.
10:00 a. a San Pedro *»> r. ft.
4:00 r. ft. San Pedro »:'»>- ft
-Sundays excepted. .Sundays only.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agcut.
A. N. TOWNE,
General Manaircr.
s. k. HKwrrr,
Assistant Superintendent , I.O* Angeles
CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. R.
DIRtCT RAIL COMMUNICATION WITH
NATIONAL CITY AND SAN DIECO.
On and after Monday, March 10, ISS3, trains
of the California Southern Railroad going »onth
will leava Colton daily at 3 10 p. n,or ou arrival
of Eaut hound Southern Pacific train, and will
leave Riverside at 11 30, arriving at .San Diego at
10:46 P. v
Ooinf north, will leave San Diego at <t:l4 A. a
and Riverside at 2:04. arriving at Colton at 2:20
r. a.,!4an Francisco time, making close connec
tion Mth train for I-os Angeles and San Francisco.
Passengers frosa tbe east connect direct, arriv
ing at San Diego the same night. Fifteen min
utes for supper at Fall Brook.
Paa-tengers will save from ten (10) to sixty (40)
cents by purchasing their tickets of the agent
before antering the cars.
Round trip ticket.! cannot be obtained on the
train.
Por Information address Agent California
Southern Railroad, Colton, or
). TX. VICTOR,
Superintendent, and Oen. Fr't and Pass. Ag't,
'National City, Cal. au2B
MINES AND LANDS.
C. HILL HOWARD & CO.
G HILL. HOWARD, Gen'l Manager'
Lands and Mines bought and sold la ArUona,
New Mexico, Sonora, Slnaloa and Mexico. Large
and valuable land and mining properties on hand
and for sale. Address, Tucson, Arisona.
P. H. Howard, Eso , Los Ang las, correspond
em, of the firm. febltf
FASffIOOOTICI
Just received from New York
City the new and late
LANGTRY WAVES,
And HAIR GOODS of every description oa band
and tor sale.
OAROLBAN O. BURTON,
mar 11-lss ITS Mai. etnas.
LAWYERS
W. P. OASDISSS. W. D. STSPUBSSOJI.
Oardiner & Stephenson,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Ornos -Kooioj 1, i snd 3, Allen Blocs,
CORNER Of BPMNQ AND TESIPLK Ms.
Miiltl
W. J. KINGSBURY,
Attorney-at-Law.
Orrtos Room 3, Allen Blocs.
CORNER BPRINO AND TEMPLE BTHBKTB.
febil lm
D. M. ADAMS,
ATTORNKY-AT - LAW,
RoomoS Baiter Block. Jsnlltf
J. Brousseau.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
saTNOH. fit AND 97, BAKER BLOCK, rsrlltf
Eugene T. Lampton,
ATTOBNBY-AT-LAW.
ROOM NO. ffi, TEMPLE BLOCK.
sVCollections made promptly. ollrtf
JAS. Q. HOWARD,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW.
Downey Block, next door to Dr. Craw
ford. jy2-2tl
William D. Stephens,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, !
ROOM-SO, TEMPI.X BLOCK, LOS ANGELES, .
Will give fecial and prompt stteutton to the
probate of will, and settlement of estates of de
osdents. apso-lv ,
flssßv M ssiru. T. B. Baows |
A W. Htrros. ]
Smith, Brown & Hut ton, f
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Orrits - ROOMS St, »2 * 93 TEMPLE BLOCK.
MO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. ORAVES.
Graves — Chapman,
Attorney, and Counselors at Law.
ROOM NO. « BAKER BLOCK. 'elltf
B. C. Hubbell,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ROOMS St 4, I.L COMMLN S BLOCK, etn-ner
Main and Commercial Sis.. Lo. Angeles. my7tf i
UfSDROE 8. HUPP. TMOS. U SMITH, j
Smith ib Hupp, i
Attorneys and Counselor, a. Law.
OFFICES 38. SU *40 TEMPLE BLOCK.
Will practice In all of the State and Federal
Csjsiai Hi C.lllornt. .lid will give prompt end .
faithful attention to .1! Imsineiej entrusted lo
them nltl
I'iIYSICIANS.
O. A. BAWSON, M. D.,
HOM'EOPATHIST,
' OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
239 Main St., Near Oor. Fourth St.
Spacisl attention given to dlwaso. of women
snd ohlldren. ml 4 lm
DR. WAITER LINOLEY
Ha. removed his office to his residence, No. 145
Fort street, between Fourth snd Fifth streets
OFFICE HOURS: Ito4 r. ». Telephone 42
mxrl3-lm
ALICE HIOOINS. M. D~~ '
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
*£«. 10 Kurt ret.. t,OS tugele.. 4 al.
W. W. Orissom, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ;
No. 74 MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
OfJce Hours—B to In a. m , « to 4 and 7to S r. a.,
AM st night.
Sped i! attention to surgery and diseases of
women snd children. ssst lvi
Elizabeth A. Follansbee, M. D.
o .u-s.nd residence. No. 11l Fort street, be
tween Third and Fourth streets.
Spring street car. pas. the door. lebg4 lm
Dr T. «J U tl.1:.
HEALTH OFFICER.
Office, lor th. present, room 3, Llchtenbcrgwr
Block, Msin street, above First. Office hour,
tor Vaccinating and other city business, from 8
to 10 a. .. teb7tf
DS. O. M. BSACH. DS. M. rSSSASOSt
DBS. BEACH & FERNANDEZ,
Homoßopathists.
"r r. s m Main street, over American Cash Store, i
tsbttl
Dr. P. W. Conn,
i
Lata ol Virginia City, Nevada, will prsctioe hi.
profession st
Room No. 3, Wlloox block.
Ho. 40 Spring strset. fobS-tlm
Dr. C. P. Qillingham,
Member Royal College Surgeon., England.
Member Royal iJothsrs Physicians, Edinburg.
PONET-S BUILDINO, ltT MAIN STREET.
desist!
" DR. K. D. WISE.
K. D. WISE. M I> , graduate or tha JefTereon
Medical College, I'UiU.li-li'r.ia, harms; returned
from KuMpii, where he took special couraesi of I
ii.Htniftiun ia his profession in tbe great hospit
al* of LoasVun, Paris. Vienna ana EdinbunE, so
licits all oases nqutrtng surgical skill and sxperi-
Muv. an.l makes, ft* h. r.-udore. A SPECIALTY
OF DISEASES OF WOMEN. No charge utade
for first consvdtations unless followed by treat
ment. Offlcsln PHILLIPS Bls»>CK, MAIN J<T.,
Angeles, Cal. Orflu-e hours frm&tolo A. v.
and a to f> r. M. flu-3m
Dr. J. S. tiriffln,
OFFICE AT KESI DENtJE, 104 MAIN STREET
Otflos Ueure--9 to 11 i. 11., 1 to S and 7 to 8
Residence -East aids of Main street, below
nrst. BalS-U
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to No. SS. Main street
opposite Baiter Block
JbTEys and ear diseases treated with the care of
a ■ ap>«
J. Hannon, M. D.,
County Physician. |
MAfICAREL BUII.DINO, upstair*. Residence,
Ronnas 40 and W), Bakor Block.
Otflos hours from 10 to It a. h , from 1 to sr. a.
aptW-tf
The San Diego Land and Town Co.
Offer far sale on si x years credit, at low prices,
SO «MM> ACRE! OF THE CHOICEST FRUIT
LANDS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
Also, lots In National City, the Pacific Coast
Terminus of the Southwestern Transcontinental
Railway System. For full particulars call on or
address OH AS. L. HARRIS, Sup't,
ogltf National City, Ca
New Livery Stable!
Cor. First and Fort Streets.
Opposite DeTura's Stables.
Fto* Turnouu at all Hours. Charges reasonable.
i T. J. MORRISON * T. J ASK IN.
■arir-lae
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Crystal Palace.
REDUCKD PRICE
Crockery, Glassware,
Lamps, Chandeliers
AT COST OF IMPORTATION 1
Get Onr Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
We will Always Sell Cheaper than our Competitors.
MEYBERG BROS..
81 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
Jvl4 tf
H. J. WOOLLACOTT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINE and LIQUOR DEALER.
FINE OLO WHISKIES for Medicinal Ist- a Specialty.
PURE CALIFORNIA WINES.
GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
48 AND 50 SPRING STREET,
x.os a.]Hsiz:x.z:s, cax.. isbn*.
H. SLOTTERBECK,
Sportsmen's Headparters, Temple Block,
Opposite United States Hotel,
tfealer In all Eradtah an I Anteriovn Latest Im.
prove.) Ksvt and Hammeries*
Breech-Loading K-a^^B^tf}
v H nßfl
■I
Choke-boring Gm
a
for itself and leaving no need for self-
praise.
-fIL- VlOlffOl.o.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN WINES,
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FIRST STREET, BETWEEN SPRING AND MAIN,
XaOS AISOiir.ES, OAK. febslU
JE3. OBERSTELLER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
ZEPHYR. CERMANTOWN, KNITTING WORSTED, SAXONY, SHETLAND WOOL,
AND FLOSS, FAIRY ZIPHYR, CANVAS, EMBROIDERY MATERIALS, ETC.
168 ... MAIN STREET. 168
Particular attention (riven to orilers for French SUmplns and De.lKiiin(. fend-lm
Montana Meat Market.
The Pioneer Market of this City.
IM MAIN STREET, NEAR FIRST.
Keeps on hand Iks heat Beef, Veal, Pork Mut
ton, Salt Meat, and all kiuda of Seuaages.
Meets delivered Ut all parts of the city.
A. FRANCH,
tori .. ul Proprietor.
NEW YORK BREWERY.
LAUTH A STECKER, PROP'S,
(Suooiwsors to Chris, rjeniia)
TheCLEARKST, PUREST and MOST BRILLIANT
LAGER BEER South of Sen *>ancisoo.
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BEER
romptly attended to.
Thu celebrated Beer from this Brewery defies
rom petition in this State*
10,000 Ornamental Plants
(FAN PALMS. SHADE TREKS.
EVERGREENS, ROSES, CAMELLIAS,
CLIMBING PLANTS, OREVILLEAS,
PAMPAS GRASS, PASSION VINES,
BANANAS, LILIES, JAPANESE PLANTS,
Etc, etc.,) wilt be sold during the next three
months very cheap ou account of removal ot nur
' R. MKIMIOI.I).
ELORlsr AND NURSERYMAN.
I>cpot -First St., bet. Spring and Main Sta.
SlorHer-y-Wllnilngtnn St.. better knoan s
L. Shaeffer's Flora Garden, Js-3ra
I Occidental Marat
I
AUD-—
ICE CREAM PARLORS.
I take pleasures in informing my old customera
and the puhtlo generally th:it 1 have- resumed
control of the above establishment and will do
: my b«st to merit a eontimuneo of the liberal pat
-1 ronage extended to me.
ICE CREAM SERVED DAILY.
J. A. BROWN.
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MM KH
Takes this means of notifying Urn public that be
has sold his store. No. 19 Nigger Alley, to Gee
Long. All persons having claims agaiust him
((.'ban Kes) are reqneeted to preseiit them before
« r. a. of the 85th instant, as after that date the
■tore will lie lv powsseiOD ol Us* Long. mil lm
LANDS AND LOTS FOR SALE.
S'H tsrfl five miles north of Pomona, in ,
foot hills, pertly damp lend with permsnent
springs, suitable for dairy, Tines and citrus,
docidous ami smell fruit.; oompermtively free
from frost, snd desirsble for invalids. Price,
illt.OOO.
Also NO MRPsN two miles from Pomona, of i
the very best land in tbe IsOop * Meserve tract; .
suitable for vines end any kind of fruits; water
right undisputed to 130,000 gallons daily from
San Antonio .'anon; with tmst prospect for flow
ing wells on tho tract, in midst of flourishing
rommunitv, mnrenient to churches and schools.
Price, * 12,000.
Also 7tt arr<*« near the depot at Ran Gabriel.
16 acres In foreign vinos now bearing; 800 choice
fruit and nut trees, Including oranges, apples,
peers, etc. Ample supply of pure water piped to
the place. Commodious dwelling of nine- rooms.
One of the most desirable places in the Mission.
Also a number of city lots on thn hill, near
Temple street, near to business pert of the eitv.
Address or apply in person to
OHA3. M. STEPHENS,
Room !», City Parle Building, feb >7 9m
Judson, Gillette & Gibson,
Examiners of Title and 1
Conveyancers,
Rooms IS end 14, McDonald Block, Main
LOS ANGELES CAT..
H. Newmark & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Dealers In Wool, Grain, Hides
11, 13 and 15 1.08 ANGELES STREET.
JeSt!
BUSINESS FOR SALE.
Old EstaMissJd Drug Business
POR SALE
Owing to illness of Proprietor.
The Best Chance in Southern
California.
Principals apply to Herald office,
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WANTED-100,000 BOTTLES
OF ALL KINDS, AT
O. Is. Meanager & Go's Whole
sale Liquor Store,
Corner Los Angeles and Commercial Sta ai&4tt 1
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
" -•
The Last Chance
CLOSING OUT SALE
GO SEE THE BARGAINS.
SANTA MONICA HOTEL.
Jk, «XTMMJH__*, A3VD ~Vl_rx_lJ_rTDßfXt- KBBOHT
A yirst-€la«« Hotel of 60 rooms on uu uiuff overlooking tho lii ralles by nil
from Los Angelas. Good surf bathing every month in the jas_r. Large Bath House* on the Beach
directly in front of the Bote*: furnish Hot or Cold, Halt and Fresh Water Baths. Tourists should
not fail to visit tbis delightful resort. Trains Is tv« Los Angeles a*, iJOA. M. and t:tO P. M Leave
Santa Monica at 7.15 A. M. and 3 fc U.
J. W. SCOTT, PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES.
dsnrrt.
Barker & Allen,
8 & 10. MAIN ST., NEAR PICO HOUSE.
ii hokulf aa* Retail Daalera la
FiMture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Etc.,
Are Receiving their Immense Spring Stock
Direct from Eastern Factories.
Will meet any prices on the Pacific Coast. The Public are
cordially invited to call and see our goods and get prices be
fore purchasing*. ml lm
Globe Coffee and Spice Mills
(FORMERLY OLD ALISO MILLS)
E. It TUP.ELK ELD, General Manager. J. B. THItELKELD, Prcprleto
We are now ready with new and improved machinery to supply the trade generally.
With Goods ia our Line at San Francisco Prices
Our Goods Were awarded the First Premium st chs Los Angeles Pair, October, 188s
Ja-tl-lm
HOTKLS.
Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Kirst-Class.
THE FINEST HOTBL IN SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA.
11 AM M I'M, k DENKER, Proprietors.
TMt If the only reliably first rises hotel, Is sit
issted in the osnter of the city of Los Angeles,
oontsins nearly s hundred spacious snd siry
room., newly furnished in the most comfortable
style. Rooms in suites for familes and parties on
every floor, with hot snd cold bsths.
TUB TABLE will always be furnished with the
I'e.t supplies that can be procured in the market.
A FREE COACH is always on hand to carry
guests to the house.
No pains spared to make guests oomfortabls fn
every way.
A LARGE READINO ROOM opeb night and
day.
HENRY lIAMMKL,
myl7tf A. H. I'KNKKR
THE COMMERCIAL
RESTAURANT,
V. DOLi, Proprietor,
DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAM STRICT.
Race I. as alive and serves up every day the
choicest FISH, including ■OLE. TURBOT am!
SKA TROUT.
MR. DOL Is the eacfcutve consignee of the cel
ebrated FROMAOE UK BRIE, winch only be
had at this restaurant.
SPRING CHICKENS, just In from the ranches
cooked in every style.
This restaurant Is Los Angeles's Detmontco-
SSTIf .
Lodging a t the Plaza House.
Oil Olyera St., near the Plata.
atTBEDS BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN,
da-lm A. KALMBACH, Proprietor
Ocean House,
OOEAN AVENUE,
SA.JVTA. MONIO a*ks
This well-known snd popular house having
been renovated, repainted and newiv and ele
gantly furnished throughout, will be open to the
Prom and after April First.
Families and single boarder* accomodated by
the day, woek or month. There will be a
Lawn Tennia Court and also
Croquet Orounds
upon the place, for the use of guests. The table
will be supplied with
ALL THE DELACACIES OF THE SEASON
Served In Superior Style.
Dinners on Sunday a Specialty.
MRS. J. AM.ORINQ, Propristor.
Delmonico Restaurant
3ANTA MONICA.
MEALS A UI CARTE Private rooms lor
ln", r partioa and picnic.
LOUIS FOGI.IETTE,
CASIMIR BAVIONOLO,
rnarl.*-6m Proprietors.
MUSICAL ANNOUNCEMENT EX
TRAORDINARY.
For the benefit of my friends and customers
and the public in genera), I beg- to announce
tliat by
Monday, December 18th,
I veil! have on exhibition, ready to stand the test
of the most skillful artiste, the following pianos,
c-jiii|>rning th.: bent svtatttws. of instruments ever
brought to Southern California, vis.:
The Peerless OEOKUE STUCK, of New York,
square and upright.
The Unrivalled GUILE and CHURCH, square
and upright.
The improved SPENCER dt CO., square and
upright.
The Best MANTRATION, square and spright,
and others of the best makee in the United
St* teg.
Also, the SMITH AMERICAN organ-
All of which I will sell for cash at a great dis
count, or ou installments of $10 per month.
Th- rv will bo (riven with each instrument a stool,
cover and instruction book, and a written war
ranty for ten years, which warranty is backed by
a capital of gldi,ooo. Any one desiring to make
a desirable and beautiful Christmas prssent,
whether with money or without it, will please
call and examine my stock. He may be sure
that in doing so he will save from 50 to 100 per
cent., besides being well suited in quality and
First Street, !Sd spnoiS*rV side.
dlUt
NOYES & ALLEN.
OFFICE, NO. 112 MAIN ST.,
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
Real Estate
AMD GENERAL
AUCTIONEERS.
All Kinds of Property and Goods
Bought and Sold.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE AND
PROMPT RETURNS GUARANTEED.
febSOtf
SUBPCENA.
CITY AND COUNTY OF I
Los AjfOalCS. (
The People of the State of California to the
person receiving this.
I command you that, laying all other matters
aside, you appear, tn your proper person, before
Sain Piatt, of the city and oounty of Los Aatreles,
importer of MJWS, BOY*, ard CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TRUNKS, VALISES,
At his building.
29 Spring St., opp. the Court House,
To testify the truth and give evidence according
to your knowledge in relation to his Spring
Styles, which are ot the latest and most tasty de
signs, and this .you are not to omit under the
■ ens it v of tha law.
Witness mv seal this dth .lav of March, 1883.
Kaepectfully yours, MAM PLATT,
Of the City and County of Los Angeles.
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HARDWARE.
■ VST RECEIVED, direct tram Europe, a large
invoice of
PRUNING KNIVES ALIO SHEARS.
A fuU and complete assortment of Mechanics
Tools, Pocket and Table Cutlery always on hand.
Tho celebrated (shell Mole Trap and 25,000 as
sorted article*.
O. DUCOMMUN,
No 64 MAIN ST.. (oa-fanl Los Angelas, Cal.

HENRY GLASS,
Bookbinder, Paper Ruler,
—AND—
Blank Book Manufacturer '
I.OS JaJTOXIXaXIS.
Magazines, Music Books, Works of Art and al
Library Publications executed in a ]
Satisfactory Manner. I
i
Maps mounted and varnished in artistic style. .
▲lies* Block, 8. W C»rn«r aprlßK '
•■fl Temple streets.
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THOS. i)lChi£ksoN W. R, HUFF
DICKERSON & CO.,
Real Estate & Money Brokers,
Loa Angeles, Cal. P. O. Box 238.
Office in Western Union Telaegraph Building.
Baker Block. Will give attention to sales of city
and country property; rent dwellings; free
conveyance for tho use of patrons to examine
properties. Parties having property for sale will 1
And it te their interest to ceil ami give us the
selling of their pieces. dfltf
dTMToRIFFITH & CO~
Lumber Dealers,
ALAMEDA STREET,
lietween Mocy and Cluvvoz Street.
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SUING LEb
POSTS, LATHS.
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OP PARIS, ETC ETC.
OVEItLA^7 A]^I^r
Parties under the management of A. Phillips Jt
Co. wdl leave for the Bask April 4th, April 24th
and May l«th, and there UU be return parties
each month during the \eason, beglning May I
10th. For full information Lddreee or call on
PHILLIPS 4. CO.,
mB Ira No, H Main street, Loa Angelas.
DKTKOTIVK,
Having had twenty years' experience in both |
civil and criminal buslueea In anynne ■.
wishing Lnf onnatlon will sddrsan P. 0. box" IU6, .
i Los Angeles city, or anil at room 17, Grand Cen-
I tral Hotel, (mice hours from t» a. a. to 3 l». «.
Aato responsibility, address Editor Los AiiL-sle- 1
HsrakL uiint i
NO. 38.
Valuable I'nlmprored Property
FOR SALE.
ME. OOOSWELL, PROPRIETOR
And aole owner of the
MEKBA MADXE VILLA
Property.bM bad a surrey Loads of hia uniruprored
lend aod will soon put it an tbe market for sale.
This ground is said to be nearer heaven than any
place on earth for its beautiful location.
Tbe accommodations for guests at tho Sierra
lladra VIJa will be very much enlarged during
tho coming summer months.
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J. J. MELLUS,
Commission lerdmnt
NO. 7 LOS ANGELBS ST.,
Gs»ln and all kinds or Country
Prodaee.
«• BARLEY A SPECIALTY. "M
Al*> went for T.rpey \ Kirknatrick'a thor
oughbretl SI'A.N'ISII MEHINU SHEEP.
100.000 HIIRKP r«S S.H.K.
marUU
PERRY MOTT&CO.'S
LUMBER YARDS
AND PLANING MILLS,
NO. T8 COMMERCIAL STREET.
■iSW
BOUQUETS, BOUQUETS!
ATrOLPH STRAUSS takes this rneaae of in
forming bis ivatrons mid the public gvnend.lv that
all or ere tor sad CUT FLOWKRIi
■Jwuld be left st
GARDNER'S CANDY STORS,
No 9S Maui street, opposite tbe CoemopoilUu
Helel. All orders promptly oiled. aiU-las

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