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VOL. XX. DAILY HERALD. "uMi»lied ovary momlrnf. eao.pt Mtrlay, »>) JOSEPH D. LYNCH. TUBUS FOB DAILY HERALD: m annum, by mail ot •*pr*«* •■ • ■•2'IU! 9ta mail or aipree. «■«! U.LiyiKBD XT C*.lU«ft*, Bl Vf'Ul, 160. VVEEI^^iERALD. Prujum EtMT BATta»«T MoMuno TSBMS: On. yew. by moll or MjHM., <«■» «*W »•» ADVWlttMMrtarto hiwrtsd Si WMOWbl* r»trt Mr All kinds) of Joh Work done to compete with Sen rnutoism In price, style and elegance of wnrkmui&kp. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE lEsfll TiEWORro. = ANHBUSER -BUSCH St.Louin Laser Boer for Family use in Bottcve with patent stoppers. The undersigned art- now prmrtd to furnish the celsbratod Atiheuirt-Biuch fit, Louis Lager Beer in bottlea. Will be delivered free of charge to any jjurt of the city. Leave at, or addrese BAI'KB et OMTMOI ft , Elntratht Saloon, 63 N Spr.ng street. Ageuta for Anheuser-Buscb Brewing Association. deotUin Toe Los Angeles Gas .Company HAVE NOW OK HAND FOB SAsVE I OR TO RENT. Economy and Eclipse OAs COOKING STOVES. The Eclipee Parlor stove and Boilers, for saloon use, which for neatness, diepatch and economy are hard to beat, consuming only So per cent, of km and 70 per cent, of atinoepherlo air, making them toe meet economical stove In use, requiring lees fuel tlun any other store for the same amount of work. Seasons why tlu v should be used In ever* ho use bold. Ist. They aic perfectly harmlees; no danger of exploding. 2d. fhey are always ready; no trouble making fires, no Hshcs, no eindires no smoke, no scot, 3d. It is snore easily worked than any coal or wood stove, and the oven will bake for twenty minutes after gas is turned 08. 4th They are portable, easily adjusted and easily moved. (.th, They Me the ninst perfect broiler, griller, toaster, roaster and baker In use. 6th. You can use any compartment independ ent of the others. 7. Ornamental m well as useful, and can be used In parlor as in kitchen, there being no smoke or dust arising from the same. These stoves are now on exhibition at the of fice of the LOW ANMELRi iiAH COJaPANY, No. 9 Bonora at., Opp. Pico House, Where all ere Invited to call and we them. To be seen only to he admired. Any responsible per son wishing to try c*u do co for twenty days, and If not satisfactory ran be returned; and any first-class plumber and faefltter Is authorised to set them up and guarantee them. The Ou Co. makes no charge for labor tor netting up stoves that are rentud. A* v inilaoraiu, BoetetUre Stomach Bitter, baa reael.td the moat poaitire endoraernent from eaeiuent phy.lrianl. aad ha. long occupied a fnremeet .rut among Meadard propriety Ireme due. It, propertiea ai uartaiatlre ot dlrorder ad eaodition. ot the etomech. liver and bowela, U prnleaaloilal rearjenmendatlon. -fir aale by Droejrleu and Dealer., to whom apply for Hot tatter. Atmenao for ÜBI. A PEW DAYS ONLY. ~ Having an unusually large stock of goods herein mentioned, apd being desirous of taming them Into cash m rapidly as possible, I make the following Offer, COMMENCING MONDAY.DEI. lOth, And iiatll Wednesday, Dee. 19th. IvUtaJra a Discount, for Dash, of 10c ON BACH DOLLAR'S WORTH SOLD Of 11.0 *ititles name.,. My prices are at all li.nes a*, low a 4 tUewbere, and when a red't,->u -r vi, *r. c nt, from my rtgulai pfloes is sSjsjd| l*M ndvaLtage tn baying from me will phsirt't h+* *. tn. Ladies' aiid Children's HOSIERY, GLOVES -AsB ▼* W *» «• ** W SS. -A*. St , Ribbons, Luces, EMBROIDERIES, SIL1? HANDKERCHIEFS LADIES Ties, Dollars Ficim All kind, of PLUSH AND LEATHER jEgwavcit-M, CARD CASES, POCKET BOOKS, Ladies and OMldren's SHAWLS, JACKETS, ZEPHYR HOOOB, DRtaeass. mittsns. TABrS LINENS, towsls. NAPKINS, QIROULARSa HAND QLABSCS. An Kief ant Uss of EOLLED PLATE GOODS, Saab at LADIES' SETS. Pins.Ear Drops, Bracelets And utahy oib.r artklta In JCWtLSY Many ot the article In fact nattily all, ua ruMahU lor HOLIDAY PRESENTS. Therefore this offer will be of unusual Interest to buyers H. B. FOX 3«N,SpriK Street. dw LATE TELEGRAMS. RFKI'IAI. TO THE HEHALb.I The Hnprraar (,'earl on Maaarl ■lencb. San Fr.anci.sco, Dec. 10.—The con tents of a prirate dispatch received from Washington by the managers of the Central Pacific Railway Company, in re gard to the Mussel Slough trial were made known yeaterday. The Supreme Court of tli* United Slates, which has hud this case under considera tion for si-Hie time, rendered a dec'sion on Saturday in favor of the Hrmtheru Pacific Railroad Com- Kiny, who now claim the tight to oust anfi rd people who have refused to pay for the disputed Und. A dispatch front Visalia last evening says a committee has been selected by the Mnsel Slough set tlers to examine their railroad lands and report through P. D. Wigrinton. (he railroad attorney. They will enter on their work to-morrow. The committee is composed of Thomas Fowler. D. V. Robinson and Richard Chattan, all old residents of Visalia. It is expected that the action of the committee may lead to a satisfactory and peaceable settlement ol this much vexed land difficulty in Tulare county. Another OHelal «»r ta the ajprlners-Perrj'ai lhasrrs. San Francisco, Dee. 10. —A rumor is in circulation that J. P. Ball, delinquent tax-oollection, has departed for Europe, taking with Win *40,000 belonging tv the city. Tax-collector Biady discred ited the rumor and says it would be im poasible for Bell to retain such an amount, except by failing to aeoiunt for several years, the average being but 11,501) a month. Bell's clerk rays his employer is at Cayuga, New York, and will return immediately. Jt is believed that wealthy relativis of Percy Jacobus, ex-secretary i f the Jjjqreka Consolidated mine, will pay over hit ili'ii'.'iency to lite ilirect -r, of Hie mine. JfrM. Ifnralu'M Trm:lvernetle,i*. S-VN FaMKCMCo, Deo. 10. —Mr». Mary Martin, who wee reported to have swoin tv an affidavit on the sth instant that Robert Peacock was sent to jail by false accusation and purjured testimony on a charge nf attempting lo commit a crime oa Krjith Martin, her daughter, now de nies the truth of bar depot i lion and statt s that she signed the lineament with out knowing its content, tor a money consideration, at the instance of Mr. Alien and John Scott. Cewbejra' (and act quirk Hark. Toatswroria, Dee. 10.—Saturday night five mounted mm raided the town of Btabee, killed J. C. Lappenier, V. T. Smith, J. R. Nally; wounded Mrs. Rob bers and robbed A. A. Caatenadas' safe of |1200. The entire transaction oc ourred within live minutes. The roll barte are the tame who a few weeks ago rakbtd the Southern Pacige train at Wage station A pursuit has been organ- Jane* or Nevada on gatlnaal pel- Itlea. Chjicauo, Dec. 10.1— During a con. Tertnlloii yeeterday with • reporter Sen ator Jones expreaeed his opinion that tots country was evidently verging on bard times. The reporter ajkedhim. I'tyhai is*your oj iniori o( the political aiteaVionr'' If a aaid, "Carlisle's ejection, o( course, asegna that the Democratic party is com milted to tarif reform, and for himself he was glad to see it. It will cause a healthier stele of politica. This dividing of the two parties on a live lane is better than to bare gone into soother Presidential contest with simply offices at stake, or on war isaue. tional issues are dead. No portion of the Anglo-Saxon race in this country will ever oousent to the negro socially or politically where he may be in a numer ical ascendancy. And the rest of the eonntry will have to come to understand this and the sooner the better. Do you euppese ell the power of the United states could ever make the people of jhe '€tast trjeiete Cuiijete. ►op posing the latter' were naturalized and outnumbered the whites. It is always in politica a question of foroe and the greatest foroe is bound to get the su premacy The ballot simply represents oartaln forces, and if it does not repre sent the greatest force it amounts to nothing. Realizing that they are the greater force, morally, intellectually and physically, the whites ef the South will never respect the ballots of negro ma jorities." "Whom do you favor for the Repub lican npntination next year!" f *Vo one pnrtiVulnrly. There are half a dozen good men from among whom to choose. I think President Arthur is thorougly acceptable. The feeling on the Pacific Coast In regard to this ques tion is not at yet matured. •Ml* *• »• latrodneea. ty+SEraofoie. Uey, 10 —henetoriung. ley wit!'lntroduce' a bill to eattblian a Bureau Of Commerce and Navigation in the Treasury Department, similar to the British Beard of Trade, which shall have tfle general superintendence of the oom- B ttsd States °** rDb,UII M * n9n "f the Congressman Davin., of Illinois, will introduce a Wll providing for the pro motion of General Sheridan to the rank of General of the Army, aud of Oeneral Hancock, to tjhe rank of laautanantGen- MSi A Hnrdeneel Murderer 8000RB0, N. M., Deo. 10.—Joel Fow ler, found guilty of murder in the first degree in the District Court for killing Cole about a month ago, will be sen tenoed to-day. It stated that Fowler baa killed seven man. He received the verdict with a laugh, aaeaeral Baaeeeh a Mavesaenta. Salt Lake, Dm. 10.—General Han oock spent yesterday quietly at Fort Douglass st the guest of Oeneral Mo- Cook. To-day a sal ate will be fired in his honor. He jrcobebly sfil) leave to- SgrpSw fur Sen Frnaeupo. 4 ataaaaehanetta Bill Bnraed.- O.owcMTEB. Maaa., Dee. 10 -The Aunlsoualra Hilt nt Rockport, Maaaa ohusstta, was burned this morning. Loss t400,000| insurance 1300,000. The) Act of BaSUaa. PiriaicmoH, Dae. 10.—A dispatoh from (JolhnsvUle says that th* roughs atoned Mrs. Lantry's ear as it passed through that place but evening. * Peameylvaala Fire. J9**> *»-, Dee. 10.—This morning aureate J509.000. W Am Ohio Dfin Burned. Cutiusd, Deo. 10,—The Union Loel'rloOMO*'"' ban ">>• moraine,. A Otnttntrnlehed Vert. Bout, Bee, 10—Doctor swarte. Mm W *^^.»fl > t"»V , .n». re Bounded the Botann Oathafte faith and hai bean raaatrea Into communion o( the EpUcopel Cnarcb • LOS ANGELES, TUESDAY MORNING. DEC. 11, 1883.—WITH SUPPLEMENT. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T. A.. P. S. Toys at People's Store " ■ — TOYS for the young, bath pretty and neat AT Number 100 North Main Street. PEOPLE these beauties will quickly bay. STOKE them till Santa t'laux time comes nigh. On MONDAY. December 10th, AT 10 A. M. We Will Open Out a Pull Line of Toys, Dolls, Japanese Wares, ALBUMS, WRITING DESKS M Articles Suitable for Holiday Presents At Price* that will both ASTONISH I AND PLEASE They will be displayed in onr basement, which has beei fitted up as a Sales Boom Onr bnyer has fteen waiting his opportunities of par chasing at odd times when the market was overstocke* and the supply exceeded the demand, and procured them ai prices which will enable us to Give You Bargains. Call and see the pretties and bring the little ones along. THE PEOPLE! STORE, 106 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANQELEB, CAL. <3K T. STAIVnVT, HDOUSIU tiEAUR AND BOTTLER Of MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER, BREWED BY THE RENOWNED PHILIP BEST BREWING COMPANY, ~H MILWAUKEE, Win, handling their relohrated brand, ot "REPORT" uJ "BOHEMIAN.' I atu now prepared la furnish Urn Above brand, to th* trail*, in k«n or in bottlea, nlentnMl 01 uwteamed, M nu) be dctdrsd Beer delivered, without e\tra charge, to families In the city. Vr PATRONAGE SOLICITED. a T. STAMM, '027 *m tz Elmlra street, Los Angeles, CaL P. N^RmGAS New Hat Store wo. la ootjrt mfvx^mmse. Hav ing bad an experience of Twanty Vaara lb tba Hat Butlnaaa in aan Praaclaoo, I feat cons ent to empplr the wanu of all patron. In a aatiafactory manner. Evan hat la market In plain *' 'J" >•• ™no« a «rta«lr OW IS?li~t«. ltd -nlicitlnir a thara ot your patronage, I »m vary mnpaottully youra, H»« BTORIIICIuaa, o> 55 In Lata ot (toe Arm ot NORIEGA BROS.. Hat Manufacturer.. San rnnctaco, CnJ. HEAR YE ! HEAR YE I A PROCLAMATION TO ALL, The American Gash Store, Nob. 108, 110 and 113 N. Main at wet, must oloae out, within the next sixty days, $40,000 worth of Crockery, Glassware. Lamps, Wooden ware, etc, occupy inn eight thousand feet of space, to make room for large importations. In order to accomplish this object, goods have boon marked at prices without regard to cost, that will be sure to se cure desired results. Call early for beet selections, Merohants are invited to participate in these bar gains. This means business. anvil lm 0- "W- S^TTRjRfQWn Pbe First-Glass Drug Store of Los Angeles, C. A. M'DONELL, Druggist and Apothecary, Tl NORTH MAIN STREET, - ROSE BLOCK. THK LARORST SELECTION or Imp, Perfumes, Soaps & Patent Medicines in toe City PRMOMPTiON COMPOUNDING A SPaOUULTY. asm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Boots & Shoes ■ B FOR THE HOLIDAYS M. Morris's, V NORTH MAIN STREET IQPfRCtHT. Off OR 1 WAY EStAABS WORTH Of CSSSS FSBCHAtIP. dm BAKKER & ALLEN IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, Bedding, fall Paper, Shades, Cornices, LAOS OURTAINS, ETC. NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY. NO3. 322,324 AND 323 N. MAIN STREET dec m Rear th* Flea Hams*. Las A ace lee, Oal. OLOSINQ OUT Buggies and. Harness REPAROLES* OR OORT. Mutt be aokl althtn Twenty Day, A rate oeoortoaity ta vet nod work. Call and examin before burin* alaawhare. A. NEWHALL, 108 La Angela •treat H. SLOTTERBECK, Sportsmen's Headparters, Temple Block, Oppotite United State. Hotel, Dealer In all EutUah and American Later* — Improved Tret.leAVeafre Pact A Hammerieaa BREECH-LOADINC SHOTCUMS. |ttK^h^L improved oipjßJ B •^^^^^^R-bRJ AU work done in beat atyle, apeak- ing for itself ftnd leaving do need for 025 A. L BERRY. H. a WILEY. BRUNSWICK BILLIARD PARLORS. WILEY & BERRY, THE FINEST BILLIARD SALOON WEST of CHICAGO HLIHJRJBfJ A PEBFECTLI appi Billiard *Tsf| Table. All the APPOINTED ply nonpareil. *Bete-aSn. Xt*. JONES BLOCK, Immediately adjoin*- the "Herald" office, in Second Flora aac. -w. ohilds, HARDWARE EMPORIUM, NO. 21 LOS ANQELEB ST. Dealer in Stoves, Range*, Hardware. Agriool torsi Itnpletnante, Force and Lift Pnmps, Rubber Hose, Crockery and Olaasware, Iron and Ued Pipe. Sole Agent for the Superior Stoves and Ranges, rnaamiaotured by Bridge A Beach ManufaJtur ing Co., St. Lonis, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin. Capper and Sheet Ironware and Artesian Wei! Pipe. Plumbing in all its brwches dona to order with neatness and dispatch. jy2l y IVBW ! jyuw ] UaV "J? Our Bazaar, SPECIAL THIS WEEK. WE WILL OFFER THIS WBHK TO THB PUBLIC AT A GREAT SACRIFICE All v .;. tliat have been more or Less damaged through mishaps, as We also are compelled to SELL OCT oar large variety of FANCY MAJOLIOA WARE, OUT CLASS AND FANCY VASES, OUM AND AADOERS, ' OUBPADOREB AND FLOWER ROTS, TOILET SETS. ETOai ETC., ITS, AT 33 1-3 FEB GENT. BJJLOW ACTUAL COST. 10 HAKE ROOM FOR OCR Holiday Groods. "ONE PWIOI row ALL." MEssrN'Q, baTxjm & CO.. BJ DONALD BLOCK, NORTH MAIN STREET. Ball's Squirrel Exterminator, 4 perfect exterminator of Stinirrel*. Bats, Sllee awl tropher*. i'artbjadectnea to rU UteLvptaoe.Suulrrele, eaa make auaaWcaaaaaaM wltbtb. propnetora. BALL * OA NTT, PROPS. iov23 la Xa. %A Lea As—laa att-eet. Congress Hall. Having thoroughly renovated this *M anal Paptklavr Restart, It has been Re-opened far **-rrlriiiii V Restauntnl, supplied with the best the matkst l Silas, at attockexl to the Hall. An UMurpsjtaed stock of Wines, linaossv Bean awtMUa, kept eeastantly in head. Good Cigars a sweetsls. «tfYS t» A CALL. ostl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FRANK E. ADAMS. ED. K. ADAMS. ADAMS & SON, REAL ESTATE DEALERS. No. 338 Pico House, Los Angeles, Hate property (or sate in Orange, Suit An*. Tu'Uj,, Aium, Duarte, San Oabriel, Pasadena. Pomona, Cotton, Rivrrstde, Spadra, El Mont*, Ruichito, Lo* Ntetos, Downey, Artesla, Anahetm, W,>«tmln*)tcr'Garden Qrove, Wilmington, Santa Mottle*, la Rallonsr, Coiupton and Florence. Alto some very tine lands «nd stjck ranrhos in Sun Diego and Sun Bernardino roun.le*. ROU8BB! LOTS ! AND tVIUpHI PROPERTY In all part* ot th < ily of Loo Anifeloe, BOY AND SELL ON COMMISSION All Kinds of Property. Take Kntiro ChargL-of Property lor Absent Owners. COLLECT RENTS ! PAY TAXES! Free conveyance to show property to par ties wishing to purchase. Having been residents of th.- county (or the pact flftoen rears, and being connected with the real estate business, more or leas, during that time we feel no hesitancy in saying that ws can please those who favor u« with a call 4tT Address ADAMS & SON, decs lm No. Stt Pico House, Los Angeles. Cal. Choice Property, 1 DESIRE TO SELL THE FOLLOWING! Choice City Property —AT.... Rates Lower than Adja cent Tracts, AND INVITE COMPARISON! Lots on Carlisle street, being the first street east of Main street, on the e**t side of Carlisle street, at *6 per front foot, and on thti west side of Tarltsls -trevt, at #7 p*t front foot. Lot on Kort street, west side, 60x105, orio ot the hatiriaeniett unimproved lots In the dty, in the best residence block In the city: «&600. 4(M) Aerem ©flab 4 1b Ban Bart el Black. ■villi w*t*r lor Irrigation, equal In amount per mi to that ot the Oil id, tract, at M par acre. In lot, at from fifteen to forty ecree. * or»y Aereo Near rattan Well. At KO PER ACRE. Fins Lands One and One-half Miles Northwest of Orange, in Lota to Suit. NINE LOTS, Comaroi Twelfth and San Julian street, partly covered with oranage, lemon, peach, pear, prunes and other trees, and raspberry bash.*, at from 9200 to tl'i> each. Lot NWs Corner ol Frank lin and New High Streets, half block from Spring street, 78 foot on Franklin by ISO feet On New High, containing three booses Price 114.000 FIVE LOTS In Block W of the Mctt Tract, between First and Second streets, at from $150 to i 175 each Ten Yon in Brooklyn tract for #060. Twenty one lots of about half an acre each be tween Rowland and Washington streets, near Flifueroa. M. L. Wicks, Office and Residence I*l Fort Street. mar t3-am VIOLJN"! •I. BOND FRANOISCO, ....pupil 0r.... Herman Eckhardt, Will (tea violin iron ruction to beginner, or ad. venced scholar. B andean. Main .treat, aaat aide, third bonne aoath el rata, Lo, Angela,, Cel. novts lm JUST RECEIVED Cat load BARBED FENCE WIRE ol the . fry beat pattern mad. and tor aal, at Bed Roci. PrlaaaatJ. A. BARROWS, -IS and ils Lo. An. n*"*™* decs lm Boston Market Corner or Stk and «r-ri..tt Hta. AU atnda ot freah meata, canned maata, ham, hud, eta. Poultry, Butter and Bees. rSSSM 'SUITS ASS VfOITAILII. Meats kept freah lo Refrigerator All good, delivered free. euistf a OOILLMORB, Proprietor. CMstmas Races .... AT .... AGRICULTURAL PARK, ..••05,.., Moßjay ail Tmi% Dec 24 & 25. Vint Day Monday let. Fire-eighth mile aad repeat— Running race Puree, *TI. ad. Otatmuaaratorarrttrlrguv—Rujuilog Puna, M. 8«ol.e» trotting", 1 la t. Puree, 1100 ■Veeend Day Taeaday, Chrlatatas. Deeeaaber M, ita One-Quarter mile daab. Puna, 040. but. Oaa mil, daab tot 2-year olde. Puree, tiva eth Tbree-mlnale trotting; beat s In 5. Puree, _ Tj".!*! aDtraaee. Ealriea to cleoa with h l'Jr l ! , f*i , \??r tt * , '*rL' . W "*»■ Pureatto be Arjefcejera-lalatato drat karat, oaa-thled to ■tuna*. iSational ralaa to eovera treeeiag aad Kijtoeto. Near Paau to enter, three to alert. In all laoaa Free •eaUln (OaaiNeeaOor, eoois at avotNMiss', ■"•*» l-SP» C- WWTI. REAL ESTATE AMI) CLAIM aWTLHQ OFF ICE, Row 4 Poetomee BuiUlrut Money to loan In small tuma Ail aioUa of Warranu and Claim, fatahari. aortal la. ORICISAL SSSiS ess, 117 Monk Sprint street, Opp. Taoapla Hoc* Money loaned, on WeloAoe, tHlwia■, Jewelry, tsiJsFvstfiSs; beawaaa. Wettteae. btaaaaeate aad Jewelry eaaejMaaal aaU. Cared n at. d peeaeee tee Bate aaitaUe tor bolUay preaanta Mft NEW ADVEHTISEMKNTB. IMMENSE CLEARANCE SALE! .... o w .... STAPLE AND FANCY Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Clothing .... A. VC .... BRIOHT S FAMOUS Cheap Store! The intention of this greet reduction of prices to eoet prices is to redueo tie immenee stock of goods that hare accumulated for several month", by the large stock bought at BA.NKKTJPT — Ti"W. In,the Eastern markets, and to make room for a large stock in St, Louis, that my agent is now negotiating to buy at leu than half the value, that will ore ~i ase for stauiling room in tho store, and to make the room, the goods will be sold at TWENTY PER CENT. LEeS Than the same goods are priced elsewhere. I will pro-re th. above fasts by priota j the goods to yon, as I have no space to give priocs; but will take pleasure showing the goods. ST. O - BBIG-BT, 239 MAIN STREET. MEEOEE 8 DOAN, HAVE JIST OPENED AT 13 WEST FIRST STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND SPRING STREETS, With a Choice Une ot All Qeod. lo be Fouad In a *S> FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE. «9t CaM and ass l«. and be «ur. You Try Our EASTXSH UNCOVERED "OUm TASTE" HAJsa. W. Have Also a fine Aejorunrat ot TOBACCO AND CIOAR.S MERCER & DOAN, THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE THE SIERRA MADRE VILLA For Comfort, a Pleasant Home, Good living, Purs Air and SreataaVaa »—<»■- Water The Fsssa ot the V.lla, with tv accommodation tor one hundred Kueara, Herorld-aide Situated oo the mountain aide, 1100 feet above the sea, in the midst of an ORANGE ORCHARD. And everlooalng the ftii* flan Gabriel roller, srlth fin- salts* of rooms, containing all modern flea wsrrise.ee., with large, epaoous rerandes, a beawttful lawn and Urn roost genial ill—lm snider | ■'!* ABOVE THE SEA FOGS. The Villa is distant from Loo Angeles thirteen mile,. Trains tear, daily toe San Gabriel Station atKSO. a ends 30 r. a Villa state meeu ad train,. ttRK M CatXTa) FortoSber Information Inquire by aaail to BanJ*abri<l Powo»«, or ulephooe direst to taeVUleTto I Wp. RHOADES, Manager WM. COGSWELL, Proprietor dee I F. A. WinraxASK. H. Boon. WEINSHANK & BOOTZ, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters. TINNING AND METAL ROOFING , Sanitary numbing a Specialty. Workshop, No. 71 Lob Angeles street, near Oor. Requena. r. a. HOTEL BLOCK. Lots AIIIIIM c.tL. OMAHA WHITE LEAD! OUB PRICE IS NOW es a, - a oziivts pbr pouwd i STRICTLY PURE ! PINBLY OROTTSD ! BEST IN THE MARKET ! SCOFIELD & TEVIS, °°v2O i>» 807 North Los Angeles Street. J. C. OLMSTEAD, Invitea Attention to Ilia Choice Stock ol Holiday Goods, Which n. Oflera at ZaO'w rmiOeas it SulieeriMioni received tor Local sad Eastern PartoaaaaJa. J. O. OLMBTRAD, SOOEJtELLEB AND STATION EE, Corae»%atssat > dalithSljeeta.LoaA»r«lee aoraS isa PAY A VISIT TO rite Solar Art Gallery IHO» ROOMS -15 First atsaaA. iPESUTniO UiLLKRI eW San Furiaando at. Small photographs aalartfnd and Inlsaed la kIL crayon or water oolera. vi isa i n eooasns a co. Grape Cuttings rtrehalai, ttosaaats.n i tasrJlas Sultana, i tanrts asat etnas aedattee tee eele »; } ■a ba MAYMRftV, I nasi M , —-- ■ - 1 AUCTION MAIM, .Every Evening DUTIL FURTHER NOTICE. RETURNED. M AD A.T»fFi. MQJtRELLL NO. 100. DOLORES, The eleeautlv booed a*w voituue ol pesau fey Albert r. KertaeeeJ. heat knl fcj A. L Enactor) a Co , Sea 'raaaaaaa. Will be Delivered At th« reauUucw of subscribers In a few ski*, or stheratee uanaasl j«4 br raalL Vrlee, $3. A moat beaatlCul tin to fttenda in other land* " ™; ; *» oriaraaJdraaaad o A. » KERCBEVAL, toa Anrelee. wtil re «»'» panaapt ■Ttaaliua nortwawtt M. P. OHAMMRLAIW, aC~D~ Graduate ot the HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL CuLLEOE, 01 Mleeouri at St. Leal* OSAee and raaldeaee So. 1 It East rifta atratl. HautrkM and laaeeees ol Women a rnedatly. Iffle* hotin at all timea vbea not *:.«.tt aa nre, eettouel r-uaineaa dee, II ■ raaa ssek. caea. osua*ecs. 4 lit It MH It A BELL, mitm at— Real Estate, so. i qogbi at. unvmmtewm mmaa