f WEISKLY HERALD
f 'tJBI.ISHBD EVBRT BATtJBIIAT MeBNTNb
,ac rear br mall or expreei, oa. copy, BY
Six months, ..... 1.7
yidnrtlwmwtl tnwrted at teMonebl. rale,
i Work don. to compete wltb San Fnuideco Ii
•trie and •leganoa ol work onnehlp.
cut throats was too much, em
Francis waved his hand, and bit
deputies stood one side, and In
walked up to Captain Palmer am
banded him his rifle. After thi
shsrifi und his deputies were pir
uuder guard the four murderer.
were taken from tbeir cells and
led upon tbe scaffold.
They were blindfolded, and c
noose hastily placed n.iound thai)
uecks. Masterson stood on tht
left, a large, powerful man, abou
forty years old; next to him, oi
tbe right, stood Daily, a man of
medium size, about thirty year>
old—a miserable wretoh who
stated in jail, just before he wat
banged, that he bad killed twt
persons besides Johnson, aud or,,
uf tbem wss a child. Tbree
ttngsred Jack stood on Daily i
right; he was a man of small
stature, about thirty.fire yeais
old, dark complexion, and black,
piercing eyes. He looked truly
tbe bandit that he was. Buckle)
stood on the extreme right; hi
was a small, slender youth, ol
about tweuty ytar... He asked
to have the bandage taken from
bis eyes. It wits done, and li>
wiote a few words to bis mother,
and, handing it to a friend, said,
with a smile to the executioner:
"Now I'm ready; you tutu cvi
Masterson snd Buckley died
bravely; but Daily aud Three
fingered Jack died like coward!)
cuis. Both attempted suicide on
tbs scaffold. Daily Bwallowed
arsenic; while Three-fingered
Jack suddenly drew a dernngei
pistol from bis boot-leg, uud,
putting it to his head, drew the
trigger. But it snapped. He
threw it on ths scaffold, aud ut
tered a wild cry, saying:
"I must die like a d g!"
In less thsn hulf an hour after
the four men were taken from
tbeir cells, over six hundred men,
armed with repeating riflss, sur
founded the gallows iv close or
der, to prevent any attempted
rescue of tbe prisoners, as it was
said a large force of roughs were
coming from Washoe lo stive the
culprits. Captain Palmer gave
the signal to the four execution
ers by waving bis sword. Attbat
aigual a gun was fired on ths op
poaite hid, aud the four murder
ers were launch..! iv o eternity.
R t. a. M.
|?be early history of California
I Nevada was filled with tragic
de. From the Spring of 1850
il long alter the Washoe ei
ment the entire PaoiHo coast
th of Lower California was
id with wild and adventurous
•ita, all searching after gold,
iry mining camp of any note
ita roughs, all well armed,
I drilled iv the uaeof weapons,
as reokless of life as any ban
wbo ever out a throat. These
i-devils were frequently em
fed by mining compauies to
c off miners and hold mining
'property, in order to save the
trouble of appealing to the courts
to adjust their diffliiulties.
The writer arrived in ths wild
! mining town of Aurora, Nevada,
in the Spring of 1862, wh.-n tbe
"Wide West" and "Keal del
Monte" mines were at war ovei
supposed valuable mining ground.
Each company, acting upon tbe
claim that might, makes right,
imported from Washoe a lot ol
the most villainous and reckless
roughs to be found in Nevada
After a number of fight* between
tbe two factions, employed by the
Wide West owners on the one
aide, and the Real del Monte on
the other, the adjustment of tbe
disputed ground was finally left
to the courts, and the roughs, be
ing thrown out ot employment
in their legitimate business of
thioat-cutting, went to work nt a
trade whioh, one of them said,
would pay better—highway rob.
bery. After robbings number ot
persons, four ot tbe worst villains
murdered and robbed in the pub
lic streets of Aurora, s kind-heart
ed old man '<y the name of John
son, who had fed tbern in bis ho
tel without receiving any pay.
Tbe names of ths murderers
were Masterson, Daily, Buckley,
and Three-fingered Jack. The
four assassins, after doing their
bloody work, left towu at once
and started for Mono Lake, all
well mounted and each bsavily
armed. Tbe sheriff, Mr. Francis,
with about ten picked men, well
armed, started iv hot pursuit
The ciit-ihroats were overtaken
the second day out, about twenly
wilss south of Muuo Lake, Inyo
county, in the lava bed* of that
Volcauic country They were
surrounded and captured without
a shot being fired. Sheriff Fran
cis, one of tbe bravest aud coolest
ibsd in Nevada, wa, asked the
next day, when he brought his
prisoners in town heavily ironed:
' How did yon do it?"
He answered in hia quiet way:
"We had (he drop on tbeni
They knew wo were tbar; and
when we covered 'em with ten
rifles, I said: 'Boys,
throw up yortr hands,' and they
did it quick as lightning. When
I was putting the baud-cuff, on
Three-fingered Jack, he laughed,
•nd said: 'Fran-is, old man,'
yon did it quick.' "
The following day a Vigilance
Oomtnitte of abuut aeveu hundred
men was organised, wall armed
•nd ready for work A large,
solid scaffold was hastily erected
on tbo side-bill above the jti I
where the murderers were con
fined . Prompt y at tw«lve
o'clock, on the fourth day slier
the murder, s little band of snout
thirty picked men from tbe Vigi
lantes, all armed with repeating
rifles, headed by Captain Palmer,
commander of ihe Vigilante lorces,
with a twelve-pouoder lo.deil
with [grape and scrat-ron
marched down in front of tbe
Sheriff Francis, cool and de
liberute, with about half n d ii n
picked deputies, each armed with
a 8 imp's rifle, bL.od in front ol
the jul door.
Captain Palmer, as he d c v rp
his litilo force in trout, sai i as he
rained bis bat:
If you want yiur StutUrn fritndt l>
know something about Lot A ngeles buy
the tup*rb Marty two-page Ittuitrateu
Herald, which ie onlyfftcen ctuti a <opy,
or eight for a dollar. In book form it
would make a good tiled volume. and il
aiuwert all the yuttlione atktd about thit
city and county.
Girls Who Chew Gum
In s Division strsst millinery
store, says the New York Morn
ing Journal, a small girl comes
dowu and bands madam behind
tbe oounter a nolo and is given a
"i)o you suopeot what I gave
tbs girl?" asked the madam,
"It was sprues gum. Thsre
Is something strange atoafc the
matter. We can't get Ihe girls to
work well without it We found
that tbey talk so muoh ih.t a
great deal of time was )o«t from
our work, and although they
wok by tbe piece, wheu we ur>
rushed with orders we get behind.
Our forewoiiiau issued nu ordei
forbidding talking during work
iug hours, We tiiel tbi-., bin
you might as will try to dam a
liver wilh n sand bans. T-beti wt
tried fines, but th v did not work,
they would resort to a l m innei
of iricks lo pet moment of gtw
-ip, they would rather lose bail
■ week's wages than be depiivcu
of their talk."
"I found out it would oot do.
I j i.-t rucked my brmifs to (iud
some way to s'o)> their clatter
At one time I thought of building
n lot of little cell', where enh
aum t old be kept uloue, hut 1
was afmiJ mv girls would All de
sert me Ttieu I tried Inihery
i bought Route spruce gum nud
bad il announced I would give
each girl one hit taoruing mi"
ev-niu;,' on conditiin tbey did no!
nlk. The pluu has worked stl
mirnbly. You cau go up in tht
*oik loom and all the noiso yon
will hear will he the "slush" ot
cue hundred pairs of jaws Ml con
stunt motion. Hardly a word Is
spoken. Tbe girls are contented.
The problem n solved. A gii.
must huva employment for Ml
jiws, and if it isn't chewing it i>
"Sheriff Francif, I demand
from jou four muderers whom
you bold as prisoners."
"By what authority in yon
clniui ihese men?" tihk«d Sheriff
Captain. Palmer, in a clear voice
which rang out loudly, answered:
"In the i.rtme of tba Vigilan
"Then, by the authority ia ma
TMted aa sheriff of thia oountv, I
refuse lo give tbein up," quietly
.but firmly aLS.veitd Mberiff
Captain Palmer deliberately
drew bin watch from hia pockei,
and, looking steadily at tbs min
Mr. Sheriff, I will give you just
fife minute* lo retirs from tbs
frout of lhat jail with your depu
ties; if you stand there one see
on I over tbe five minutes I will
They tell this story of tne widow
of In indent Buchanan's firs)
Postmaster General: She hit"
been married before, and so had
Postmaster General Brown, and
each had a daughter left ovei
from tbe first marriage Tnei
tbey had another daughter. Mrs
Brown uted to present thsm al
her reoeptions in thi* wsy: " I hi
is Miss Brown, Mr. Brown',
daughter by his first wife;
tbis is Miss Sunders, mi
laughter by my fiiet bnshitnd,
md this is Miss Brown, our jeiui
blow you, your deputies aod the
front uf that jail to destruction."
' He held his watch tleadily in
one band, and with Hie other
lighted a fuse and held it ovei
the cannon. For about four tniu
Utes it was still as death—not *
man on either sideinovad Palm.
„,er end Francis stood facing eaci
other about ten feet spur , thei>
faces were as white aa marble
but not a muscle moved. Botli
men were gianta iv Malum an.
brave as lions. But tho Bacritici
of oa* t Lh»M lives for tbe fouj
If yon want your Sorter* friend* l<
:aow something about Lot Angrtre but.
the nuperb thirty two page Hluttratet,
Itrrald, which it only fifteen centt a Hftf,
>r right fur a dollar. In, book form i
oould make a good ritrd volume, and i,
mtweri all th' guettiom atktd about thi.
i aiy and •aunty.
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 24, 1883.
GRAND OPENING •
Bank Exchange Saloon
And CLUB ROOMS,
114 NORTH MAIN STREET.
A full .took of the
3est Wine?), Liquor* and Cigars
•o be found in tht market. My friends and tha
.mblioarecrdlally Invited to give mo a call.
asp 18 lm
No. 4 S. MAIN STREET.
Next door to CONFIDENCE ENGINE nOUSE.)
Formerly No. 10 Conunarolal St.
SEST LIQUORS, BEER AMD CICARS.
larCpme awl tea me.
JSltf HENRY NORBOK.
Lager Beer Hall,
Oor. San Fernando a Sotelo Sts.,
JAKE GERKIXS, Proprietor.
A large ensign mwit of th s famcme beer has ar
rive*] and * ill be oonstutly ou draft Large and
me «s*ji tment of
Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Loe Angelea Agency for tbe Celebrated
FREDERICKSBURCH LAGER BEER.
Olri m a Call. mlO lm
OANN 4% KINO
Milliard Parlor and Saloon,
No. 20 MAIN STREET.
HOt SE FIBST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Mast Improved pattern, of Billiard Table,
rill FINEST LIQUORS & CIGARS
Always on hand. Give ne a call,
Lonls 0 Colgate * l.'o have manufactured aod
no * offer for sale a I* rye quantity or their cele
'■ratad i hutney. Its quality 1* simply unrivaled
For testimonials of lv exoelleno*. reference I
made., by permission, to Judge Volnejr E. How
art, iJT r>-n, T H. Brown, Esq., ex Sheriff W
X Ro ■ land and Ur. V. DqJ, of the f ommercisl
For aale at
>'«. 310 North Main Street.
A.. BC. HHiSvRNB
rrot<*aor oi r\.-nra»nahip t announces that he 1
c wly to receive scholar, in Penmtnihlo et Ka-t
m r.eoi brma-ine; the tuition vr;thin the react
rtrhenl Wattl-a— T>\ f*iaaa from 9a. M . tt
He; trim zto 4r. M. Evening- Claei from 7 t
-Tuition payable In adVaftoe—Dat
Tlie< falltlm:. il per m roth; tto houre or lea.
IA per ma .lh; Reeninf leeeone $5 per month; hM
. -horrer nerio.l, ft ft' rer week.
R on li, Downey Block, eejl tm
Gillette, Gibson tt Wood,
Examiners of Title and
Wvroa 13 end 11, MrKoneM Blook, (lain
LOS AMORLKS CAI.
sao.ooo roR saa.
>,l n- snl«r UnnthlV 111-awl II"
SO Uke'peace in he las Mil ll Hall, Meeoni.
.'empie Building, in Loai.ville, Ky.,
rHURSOAY. OCTOBER 15TH, 1883
A Lie'll I.tMti-rj una felrllrae
ia|e, charter <i by the Lefialtittire ef Kenttt k\
jid t «ice declared tepral by the tug/heat I onrr Ii
he State Loud aiven to Hemy Count*, la th.
urn ot #1' O.'Afl lor tbe prompt payment of ai
V Rot olti 11 on In Klrial" Mambei
rrrvni ticket holder hie otrn miporelw, ret.
aii oat the number oe hia tick A ami e-e the oor
earjonlmir number on tha lee i leee.l la th,
rheel la hia proeaner. Theea drawinire »11l or
uf on lha kk.l Ihuraday ol every mouth. Seai
1 Price . ".*>
1 Proa M?
I Priaea. H.oUO eaee MS
c Priie. *', «J0 each **»
tv ITieoa, «v» each >*.*»
I'M Prtaae. eIM e-tch 10.00
SO rntva, awes* MLS*
i . Priie", *» ear* • «M»
.Af, e» •>•>».• • I".*
• Prta-a., HOO each, Au;»ro» n prlaa*.. 1,71 V
w Priiee, ta >0 earth, Aoprox'o priaea.... l.*>
a Pneea. #100 each. Approe'n prune. ... »
«M Priaea *ll«.e.
Whole Tlckela. rt. Hell Ticket., 11.
47 Ticket*, too ft.'. Tlckew., alia)
Reioll eloo.y or 1 auk Draft in Utter o, eaa
T Seproaa fhw'l "end t.y reelMcred letter r
order nntll further notice. Or.i leo
ft end upward, u> Klpreaa, oen 14 eeeit at ou
y5« J.J. DOi;OLAB. Louisville. Ky.
LUOIUS BAKKR, C. E.
.lkvevino » engineering orr;oE A
Normal School. P O. Boa 1217. (ell Ira
The parteerahlp laalilahall ro.Mnit betwe.'
H. D. Qodlro, a».l A. 11. flud.roy, unuer the flin
ameoliiodf cv Uto,. lima I oaieeatT. I" thUda
dlwolexi by mutual ronaent. tt. 11. Oodtr.y co
'i In j a I oebt. due tba late tin. and laying a
.talUbillil-a. U. M. UOHPKKY.
A. O. StIUirKKV.
N1 VV ADV KRTISEMENTB.
Great Clearance Sale
BAEKEE & ALLEN'S
Wo offer oar prtoee, In order to auk* room tor our fell Un
jortations. Cull end get prioea, and ace that we mean buaineaa.
NOS. 322, 324 AND 326 N. MAIN STREET,
mM Srxt to Pleo Hon...
R. W. PRIDHAIY. |T^l7(fUfflTßV
PAPER RULER. \ 3
Blank Book Manufacturer.
Paper Boxes ol all Sizes Manufactured to Order.
ML&AUNtS, PERIODICALS, MUSIC AND ILLUSTRATES WORKS BOUND
AT SAB FRANCISCO PRICES.
Nos. go and 82 North Spring Street, Opposite Franklin.
Fredilcksburg Brewing Co.,
Or SAN JOSE, now offer their
Genuine Salvator, Pllsencr and Bavaria Laser Beer
By tbe Keg or Bottled fur Export.
It is without/ doubt the Best Real Lager Beer
In the Market.
.all tot It .ul oeeon*tioet. To be hart sll over town. Our Export Boer In BotU*9 tar exosods
all .astern brands.
General Depot, 539 CALIFORNIA STREET.
SAN FRANCISCO. "p"
Sole Agent ror Kes Beer. • • - JACOB OERKIXS.
Sole A K enls Tor Bottled Beer, - • JOE BAYER & CO.
A. I* BERRY. H. C. WILEY.
BRUNSWICK BILLIARD PARLORS.
WILEY & BERRY.
THE FINEST BILLIARD SALOON WEST of CHICAGO.
.)>i.r /- Kiiiinr'i
tppointirtnta aim- m \ m 3mm™ffgg§W
,jly nonpareil. Sr** tt--? A; . mmm -eSa. -BrC/
lONES BLOCK. Immediately adjoining the "Herald" office, Seoond Floor
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN WINES
LIQUORS AND CIQARS.
FIRST STREET, BETWEEN SPRING AND MAIN,
X.OB AJWOBLHS, OA 1.. lebitU
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THI GEOGRAPHY OP THIS COUNTRY, WILI
SU OT EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE
laing the Oreat Osntrat Line, atTorefs to travelers, by reason of Its unrivaled ceo
.raphloal position, the shortest and best route between tho East, Northeast arte
ioutheast, and the West, Northwest and Southwest.
It la literally and strictly true, that its connections are all of the principal line*
if road between the Atlantic and the Paolflo.
By Ita main line and branches It reaches Chicago, Jotlet, Peoria, Ottawa
Ua Salle, Oaneteo, Molina and Rook Island, in Illinois; Davenport, Muaoatine
Washington, Keokuk, Knoxvlllo, Oskaloosa, Fairfield, Das Moines, West Liberty
owa City, Atlantic, Avoca, Audubon, Harlan, Quthrte Center and Oounoll BtufTs
n lowa | Oallatln, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas Oity, in Missouri, and Leaven
*orth and Atchison In Kansas, and the hundreds of cities. villages ani town
n tar mediate. The
"GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,"
Xa I* I* familiarly called, often, to travelers at! tho advantage* and oomforx*
noldent to a amooth track, safe bridges. Union Depots at all connecting point,
•■nat lepras. Train., oompoaad Of OOMMOOIOUS, WELL VENTiLATED, WELZ
HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHES i a Una of til
SOST MAGNIFICENT MORTON RECLINING CHAIR CARS ever built s PULLMAN S
stoat designed and nandtoitiMt PALACE SLEEPING CARS, nnd DINING CARf
hat aro acknowio tuerj by prose and p«oplo to baths FINEST <niN UPON AM.
<OAD IN THE COUNTRY, and In whioh superior meals are aarved to travelora a 1
tha low rate of SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH.
THREE TRA.IN3 aaoh war between CHIOAGO and the MISSOURI RIVER.
TWO TRAINS eaoh way between CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and BT. PAUL
via the famous
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
A New nnd Direct Lino, via Seneca and Kankakee, has recently been opened
between Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and La Fayette
md Oounoll Bluffs, St. Paul, Minneapolis and lr%tm\ mediate points.
All Through Passengers carried on Fret Express Trains.
For more detailed information, see Maps and Forlorn, which may be obtained, a»
veil as Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Canada, or o-
R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JOHN,
Vtoa-Prea't A Oen'l Manager, Oen'l T'K't A Pssa'r Ast't
LINES OF TRAVEL
2OODALL, PERKINS a 00., OerHMal Agon.',
• SAN FRANOISCO.
STEAMERS LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO
For Wrangle, Sitka and Harrisburg, Alaska, an
Nanaimo an-' New Wentiuluater, D. CJ., art ad
vertisod in San Francbco uowspapere.
for Victor,*, Fort Townscnd, Seattle, Taoomn
Ktellacoom and Ulyinpia en the sth, lftih. IMI.
Siilh, t&th xod 80th of every month, at IU a. v
For Astoria and Portland, v>otobor I and ever
three days thereafter.
For Eureka, Areata aud Hooktou, every Wednw
For Point Arena, Cuffy'i Cove, Little Rive:
Whiteeboro, Mendociuo City, aad Noyo, evei j
TIME TABU FOR OCTOBER.
OoMUfa So. m. j UOINO N„RTIi.
Sra. ana. Ssinia 2>3 Ll
M I 3 3 ?i
Lo, Aagol'i Oot. 2 vet. iM. t oot. I
Anoon " , X " 1 9 1
Kuraka... " t ' j ' 1* " I
UrtaalM ... " lv M It. " H " 1
Im Anml', " 12 " 1. " IS " 1
Anooo. ... '' 16 " 17 " 1« " »
p-araka... " 17 " It " to " 1
Oriaaba... " Sll " «i " >. v -
Loe Anjai'e " li " M " tb ■' !
Aaooa " U " 17 " a " 8
liureka ... " ST " -t» " S No.. >
Urlaaba.. " SO Not. 1 Mot. » " I
Steamer, Orlsab. end Ancon go through to St.
San uurfj, leaving den f odro oa the ilafc. oi
Uielr ar.lTala Iroui Sen Frandeco.
Th. Orlsaba and Anoon oell a. Saata Rirbar.
cad Port Hurfurd. (San Luie Oblepo) only, ou v,
route to and I rout Sea t'reucleoo.
The Eureka aud Loa Angela, sell et Sei
Sueneveaiure, Suite Uerb.re, OeTioti, Po.l
Uartord, Cayuooe, Sao Simeon, Moolere/ en.
Paeeenvere for Sen take the train the.
leave. Loe Angelee for San Pedro at 10 ». at.
Pee.ejngera gulng north per OrUuba or auu*n
laeve S P. K. H. depot, Loe Angela, et Id o'olao.
c. v Per Eureka or Loe Angelee at 10 o'oroci,
A. a., railroad time.]
Bates of Fare from Los Angeles:
To Sen Franciwo, Monterey
or Sanu Cms tie flO
San Simeon v 10
Cay v cos 13 10
Port Harford li *
UavhjU W 8
Santa Barbara 4 6
San fine nay on I ura 7 6
Sao Diego 0 ■
S*n Diego and return 11
gar Plans of Steamers' Cabin* at Agent's offlce
wbere bertha may be secured.
For Newport Landing, via Santa Oni*. etc
-freight steamers leave sun Francisco about ever)
two weeks, as tides «rye on the Newport rj.tr
Tho Company reserves the right to cnanire tf ..
.teamen, or their days of sasuatt
jafFOR PASS AUK OK FREIGHT AH ABOVF,
OR FOR TIOhETS TO AND FROM
Ail Important Points in Europe
H. MoL.tiLL.AN, ; : Agant.
Prude— No. g C<miß»eroial St., Lew Angelea.
s F i3- R
Monday, October 15th, 1883.
Trains leave aad are due to arrive at
roa ossTuranoa. rsosL
B:2ft a. H Colton 4;4ft P. X
*tm P. a. Olton. •»:.» a. v
3:*S A. if. ( Demlng i Express 4:43 t. v
s sor. «. ( East. ) Emigrant 4:15 A. a
+.26 a. a. .... El Paso and EaeV ... 4:4 ft r. a
IBM r. a. j San Francisco , Express. 7:5;> a. a
3:4 ft a. x. ( Sacramento. J Ernigrut S:10 r. a
9:86 a. a. .SanU Ana and Atiabalm. 4:00 r>. a
1:60 r. a. . SanU Ana aad Anaheim. 8:80 a. a
ft» a. v. SanU Monica 8:lfi a. m
4 80 P. sL SanU Monica *3:M p m.
5:80 P. a SanU Monica t4*)f. *■
.*»0 a. a. .Wilmington 2:40 r "
t:00 r. a Wilmington 8:00 a. m
0:00 a n San Pedro 2:90 r. a .
100 r. m San Pedro 8:00 a. »
'Sundays excepted. f Sundays only.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
A. N. TOWNK,
k. k. HEwnr,
A!«wtrtant Superintendent, Lot Angelee
CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. R.
JIRECT RAIL COMMUNICATION WITH
NATIONAL CITT AND SAN MECO.
On and attar Tl»ur*tay, S«Pt. IS. 188S, trauv
■1 tha California Southern R»i.r«,al going aouii
vlll loav« Colton daily at t tf- r M., or on nrriva
.f Rait bout d Southern PnHftc train, and *v
mvt Kiveraido at 11 M, arriving at San Dlego a.
10:44 r- ft.
Going north, -rill leave San Dlego at 6:14 a H
.nd Riverside at 1:04, arriving a Colton at * »
■ a.., San Frnnri-.no tim#, making olow nonna*
iou with train ror L«i Anaelea and Ban Fmimia^
raaaengeni from the eaat onnn-Kt dirart, «rri\
itgatSaa Dieico ihe mitm night rift*en mm
.tea for -upper at Fail Rrook.
Pa-Banger- will nave Irom ton (10) to priaty («*.
■ante by porrhaning their ticket*- of tba agent
..■( r. entering t*.e mra.
Rouod trip ticket* oaunoi be obtaiaod on th.
wain. M „, ,
For Information addreae Ag'ait Californlr.
Southern tUilroad, Colton, or
J. N. VICTOR.
jup*rint*odant, and Oen. Fr't and Pern Art
National City, Cal. %xg T_
JUST RECEIVED, A CAR-LOAD OK
MARBLEIZEQ IRON WWW
New >t>l«e and elegant llni-h,
J. A. BARROWS,
213 and 215 N. Los Angeles \
Publlihod Every Morning (except ateMeyfb,
JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
TF.RMH FOR DAILY If KRAI I» ■
Per Annum, by mill or express, .... *7 00
9tx month. a.OO
Three montne, 1W
Delirered by carrier, p*r WMk It)
Jet Black Ink,
The Best in the Market,
Writes Black and Flows Freely
For sale hy
lylMm Tb. Luilni at»tl»p.r
The Dana Tract,
Oomprlelng 8S Aprea of l.auif,
Cor. Jefferson & Figueroa Sts.,
Is now offcrod for sale on reasonable terms In
ONE ACRE LOTS
SUITABLE FOR VILLA RESIDENCES,
\ml loc«t*1 In lh» rooit «tljtoor.tlo ana e>labri
uj Outrur of tli. Pity.
Fjr (v tn,r u-trtuul.r, Inquire of H. Slaten
otujb, Ji ff.r«in St., 0| ptwlio the tract, or of
DUltlNiiiN X t AIKOIULD, AeanU,
10 ConunerciAl St , thru. door, from M.io Bt.
I M. GRIFFITH & 007,
ietwoen Macjr and Chavas Street i
PT.ASTKR OK PARIS, KTO ETC.
•09 First Htreet.
'. M LHSZ, proprietor FAmlllee npplled
r.tb hread, ckoe. pie,, oto., ot the beat quality
Jrdarj aollelted. mite lm
I oommend to the altleen. ol Loe Antale. end
Iclnlty and mv former patrona and Irianda It,
Artiuular F. De W Crank, af, D , »lth wboan 1
Ai-e pro!e*>jooally aaaoclitted.
jailtf J. c. KIKKPATRICK. >L D.
PONET & OKR,
UNDERTAKERS A EMSALMERS,
80 Hal it Htreet.
EmMinlng for abrppin, c Specialty.
We don t acll ci per cent, leae than
other huttse., hut the public will be eat.
..fled on inquiring lhat our prices are
Lower than Any Other House
! In the Oity
And SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
iVluphone connoction with store and
THI MODEL 9BTTLSMEKI Or
For pArtlculare— pejnphAst Aad snap Altf*
< IBAFFET BROS Ontario, Cv
J. J. MELLUS,
NO. 7 LOS ANOHLBB ST.
(.rain and all Kinds of Country
mt BARLEY A SPECIALTY '•a
Aim Arent for Tarpoy A Kltkpetrlok < tho
100,000 SHREP POR tt.M.K.
Sole Airot for the Champion Barbed
Wire And Chicago Oulraaissd Bemmei
MR. GERMAIN PILLIMICR
Uu a few of hi* unequa!eJ Thoroughbred FretW
Merino Yearling Kama for tele, breeder! of 1«"
•took will do well to oaU or write to the ossoej
7 AND I0 f DUCOMMUN IHCt.I,
Los Angeles who will takt plaaaor* In echtbitlrri
■nd giving Information with refaM to tbe stock
Hntton Bros., Sole Aaenls.
P. O. Boi 197. nlfltf
WHERE IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE
TO BUY A GRAVE-STONE ?
O'NEILL & QANSB
14 East First Street.
W« are retiring from the hustnesa, and offer
large and beautiful UfHinmtnt of finish. td work
it cost. Call early and aolect, and rera.raher w«
lo not employ any agents to charge you an
a*tra 86 per cent. act) in.
J. A. Faiulhili. O. A Desusoi.
DOBINSON & FAIROHILD,
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE BROKERS,
10 COMMERCIAL STRKFT, LOS AfIQKLES
(Three doors from Mala atreet.) scpiwt
H. Newmark & Co.,
Deaien In Wool, Orain, Hide*.
11, IS and IS LOS ANOELES STREET.
100 Acres of fine Vineyard Lend, one otiie
from Anaheim I repot. In Suction th
For pert loulars apply to
Reel anute Agent, ANAHEIM.
If* 10 Commercial street,
!ra anl6 LOS AHUKLES.
K. L. WMKIWS, K. W. WOOD.
WATKINS & WOOD,
WHOLESALE AID RETAIL DEALERS
Calif orniaWines& Brandies,
Ars prepared to furnish PURE California vdnee
W« iro practically in the wlrie bnauieea, en
gaged In making and handling California wince
md brandies. Mr. Watkin- Mug Bupertutendci.t
*nd Mr. Wood - ecrvtary of the mm t.asftmi Wt.f ■
o. This c mpany and the firm cf B. Damns ft
jo., of Anaheim and sau trviicitrro, have giten
h the handling of their business in Loa Atigeltw
oonty. We We the hern tit of these Lrve
cellars, and can furnish the pure article Htibt
trom the mat ufactory at a i rice mat la aa low
«■ the Broods oen be handily] at.
Ws have a few pipes ol
POBT mt t.t and! *,
whMt w« hold for INVALIDS and touriwt* Al
orders promptly fllled.
Watkine & Wood,
SAM OABRXIL, Cal.
Ta'sphoae to Saa fiehrlel Wine r O , au ltV lm
Proposals for School Bonds.
Clerk's Orocs, Board op Fcrmrttojis. (
Loe Aogele-t, October li, iBS|. (
Sealed propo.aU «ill be received at tale (trice
until Monday, November 6th, i-stot, m t 10 orlock
a m. , for the pun has* cf $ 000 in Downey Sch< ol
bistridt Bond"; six bonds 01 SlUlOearh, tw*ni)g
a rate of Lnerett at 7 percent, per annum.
Bo;d **, 1 |»>able In five yeara.
Bo d No. tf payable in six years.
Bond Nr. 3 | *.< able iti seven yearn,
ftond No. 4 tayable in e'ghi ya»OL
Bo d No. b ) e< abe i n nine • ear*.
Bond No. 6 pa- able in ten i-earx
rear rye* the right ta reject any, or
By i rder of the Board of Supervisor,
oeilS-td A. W. KOITB. Clerk.
Montana Meat Market.
Ftae Ptooaar Market of thia city
144 MAIN STRUCT, NEAR FIRST.
Keene co hand tbe beet Beef, Veal, Pork. Mnt
on, Salt Meate and all kinds of Sasrawee
'leate delivered to all part* of the elty.
, A. FRANCK.
NEW HOWE AND HOUSEHOLD
The beet In the m.rlret. Havo All tbe I.t'jri
mprovenient., ,nd iv labor Mtver* Art uur. \ mllca
iMoe, ate tor olther.
H. SLOTTERBECK, went.
10. ut eIOBSB 11 lilt ST., Opposite It
1 klvmt. 7 Hl4t
IALBERT1 ALBERT BROWN,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
34 .MAIN STREET.
I guarantee pricea 20 pur cent lower than
any other house in the city.
lIEAIuiE FREE. Telephone No. 76. el-tf
I will be at raj office from. a. h. to 12 a. ■ cad
rom 1 to 4 t a. daily, Sundays excepted.
E. H. BOYD,
JyISU Superintendent of Streets.
OR WARDING i COMMISSION AGENT,
WILMINGTON, Los Angeles Oounty, OtL
Vessel* towed, goods lightered, lna.be
ad grain stored, with
Tas re-opened, and will do castings for store*
nd tmildlnge of all kind.; also ell kinds ot
oundry work. All work will bo flrrrt-clese
■ohv« ordi« at the corner of Alameda and Aliso
trccte, or at the Foundry,
P. BALLADE * CO.
PERRY MOTT & CO.'S
LUMBER YARD if
AND PLANING MILLS,
M 0.76 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Profepsor Louis Adams,
V'ho hnt had twemy-seveii years experienoe aa i
•SOasr, wl'l giw Ivseons In thu French Uiiiguskgi
t his otfloe, No. 34 Huber Block, or at pupil 4 re*
lei-ec, on modornte t< mis. Kefeiencea: Mr
iitcene Mever, Fronch C nnul. Miss Rtoneman
M. (.riffllh, Mm. ilisliop Kip, O. A. Dohlnson
nd nmnyoihera. jyS4 lm
PRICE REDUCED To iftL2S PER GALLON,
t'wenly gallons of fluid mlxe.l with cold wat«>
will make 1200 uatlons Dip,
4 superior to all Dips and Dressings for N>aal
5 rerun. iuraTVM.
loasilv mixed, and Is applied In a cold staff
t iu.prov«s the rhararter of tn* Wool, an
promotes its sruw I h.
4 of great h .'all najo.ualitics in cases of so T m r
and lira I ara.
■ aproto. ticn agaim-t blow- » n I ark*,
i '-*n«iiata, lie* a its and al)
A v FALKNEff , BELL *% CO.,
0 SAN FKANCISCO Cal.
Notice of Intention.
Notice Is hereby given that It Is the intentlot
<f Lbo Council of tbe city «>i Lou Angelee toeetali
isb the grade of Main street from Callfornii
■treet to Wathington Htftet as foil >ws:
At tbe internee inn of Californiastr- c' and Mail
ir.-et tbe grade -hull be,a*n»» eNiablUhnl ».0
>-et be'ow the dKtum [>lane*at thi- inter vrtion <
'ins street and Main ureet the grade shall b
tf>.« of. et lte>l'<w <he datu-n plane; nnd at tbe in
ereert : rtn of Waehinglon wtieet and Main-tre.
he grudeHhad be, as now established, a9.t» tm
elowth- datum plane,
All pereoiin interretod are bfrebf not I fled t
ile their objerti-.ns if any they have, with fh<
1 rk of the nnril within ten da\s of tbe dat
•f the fin" publication ol thin notice.
By arder < f the Council of the oity of Lee An
felesat Its meeting of Ottnber f»h A. D. lsV
W W Km HI NSON
Clerk of the Comu-il of the eitv of l-oe Angele*
Los ■iiflslss, Octoaer stb, A. D. IStaV ee*j*-iu.
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