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of tho party, aad <<rant U lying pron«
on m nick bed, with n 'w* t.e.l mind and
boily and may uaver ri»*- tgatn, yet
Maim and Conkliut, am both out of pol
itioa. Tv comptvnmte for their abaauoa,
however. ''W'.todpulp" Miller end "For
Beal" Millar ara both to the fore, and
I prepared topoae iv any attitude of R*
publican Uadarahip.
f ' iLV HERALD.
pagleOopiMof the Herald.BOeott 7 .
! Herald Steam Printing House.
[the llbrali, Stuam I'rititln* House la notour
Lted by aay Jew rrlntlng Offloe on tbe Paetno
last, outside ol Mali I laneiaco. In ftcilitlaa for
SltlM fob work, leiw priest, food work and al
tdlUon niay be relied upon at thla offlce
dpocial Notice
Ulereefter notices of Conaptnlea aodettee
kpthee, etc , a 111 only lie Inserted In he llooue
tpaid sdveKkwwiewte. We retervt, lor Pittas
[Sworehtr., a frttultou, directory, wh ok will
jay), every Hunday morning.
X
The HaUAieT) oftee is Mnnictw with tne ts
fam* *y*l«m ol Lo. AniratM oity and oounty.
rrtm for tefJv«rtir«:iiH nt- or Job work may ba
tat I'lron*.. tfc'« mrr-ima to number VAX
The r.n m tho official pt>par of tha city of
ttt stoffaliM. Tlj<* oity delinquent Ut list* and
othrr municipal notloaa appear only In Ma col
'fr*tntaii.i Bros., No. b Union Bqu*>ra Naw
MtOtty, ire ak-cnta for tba BIUiA It will
HHkPidiiil.v be [<mnd on aa,l« on tbalr fwunteira
Mr It. N. Rowt> I* tha flanl* An* eviront of
HItKALD, _
Thk selection of Cbioagu aa tbe p!ac«
for the aatembling of the Democratic Na
tiontl t'oiivi.ntioti thia year will, of
oourse, meet ibe v , .eui of sit good Dem.
octets. Hut, nevertheless, it teems lo us
that I hem would have been more propri
ety iv holding it in St. Larult. Iv I sill),
in th* masterly speech delivered by
Hon. William li. Seward in that city, be
called Missouri the Inter* F.mpire State
and St. Lonis the future F.mplr* Cily of
th* Union. Had this ableat of tbo old
Hapablican laadert known more about
Southern California and Lot Angtlovhc
would probably have been more reaervetl
about locating the premier Stale und
premier city; but, waiving thit viter ul
tbe matter, Missouri is a Democratic
Stale, the laat Democratic candidate who
Wat really elecled President wa* nomi
nated there, aad it should have been ten
dered the compliment over that Illi
nois which, Kiiliralui like, la joined to
tbe idol of Republicanism, betides, the
atmosphere of St. Louis would have been
highly conducive to the ititruduc
lion into the Demnoratic plalfoim
of au utitl-sumptuary plank which, uf
Itsell, 11 it is moulded to voice the spit it
of enlightened peoples til over tbe world,
will, we believe, give ut tbe next Preai
dency, oven if we should do aome (ooliah
thingi in tbe line of less trade. At
editor*, during the coming campaign,
will be frequently called upon tv refer
to th* Cnnveuliont of their party, it will
be a little Inconvenient for thotn of butli
parties to he obliged to allude tv tbe
"Chicago < ' invention." They will be
forced to omploy a cuinbt-otii parapbrssis
to show to which Convention they al
lude. The btud of the Hon. William
Morrltou it very plainly apparent in tbit
•election. Let ut all hope it will result
in the greated good to tbe party whose
claims wo all advocate!
A Splendid Opportunity
There has probably boon mo time iv
ka Malory of tha United States when a
•litical parly bad ao fair a chance to
oallenge intelligent and uniuflamed
sblic opinion aa now. Notwithstanding
Kefforla of the Merara. Kdmuuda and
rman to rovivo the "bloody shirt,"
nob a rallying cry would prove abso-
Italy without response in the present
lata of tbs popular mind.
. la oonslderlng our later polilica we
tke tha liberty of any ing that no party
rhioh waa ever in existence had ever a
srger political capital to bank upou
ban tlie Democratic pnrly in 1872, ac a
•salt of the Republican cxcestoe of re-
Unstruotion. The .Seymour campaigu
Ms too early a date to look for the de
velopment of thia fact in its full slgnifi
nanoe. Tbat was tho transitional period,
tad It wat too much to hope that tbo
■taf* of Deer Held would be able to over
■mm ths hero of Appomattox, fluked
gate the latter wae with positively epic
F ssllltory glories, while, at the aame tlmo,
t.ths people had had no opportunity nf
lltarslng tbe true charactrr of the man
1111*/ Ware then diepoaod to apotheosize,
lit. .Fonr yesre of Croat gave the Demo.
ftAWttc party precisely the chanoe it
[•nhould have soaght, had the option been
{Mean to it. Possessed of principle* dis-
BbSlively antagonised to a peeudo.Career-
Res and ehoddyiioi, with a oapilal op
■Mrranlty of rallying tbe mouse to the
Mklatonauce of old aud tried ehib
gbalstba, and with tht further certainty
Bp>t the to-onllad Liberal element of the
Hptpublioau party would certaiiily sup
■N't a third ticket, the Democratic
Hbrty, for tha lima being, eurrendered
Bl title to self-respect by the nominn-
Hba of Horace Greeley for President—
Nf tbat Horace Oreeley wboae moet die
BHntivs utterance had been tbat, whil*
■P Damoorsts wore not hone-thieves,
HP hone thieves wsre Democrats. Of
MSerie the party rallied with icinarka
MeaS unanimity around euch a candidate,
Hrith the result that Grant rolled up a
Betrjority of 137,000 in Pennsylvania and
. corresponding majorities in other Ntutos
; Thit was perfectly natural. Tho Re
publican sneer ran that ihors are still
Democrats in the Old Keyttone State
i Who moke thoir way to the polls to v nta
: (or Andrew Jackson. Such a man may
be benighted intellectually, but he pot
ssues a moral vertebrae which, as com
pared with volatile Democrats who could
flop round to Greeley, it like tbe day to
The boat coinmontary we have yet
teen on the effort of Sen it tors Kdmtindt
and Bherman to revive the "bloody
■hlrt" ii from the Atlanta Comtituthn.
It ia aa follows:
The WAr la not over. The war of opin
ion muat and will go on until every*
where in tho laud the hnmbleat come
tumble may record hin hiffle through the
bulfle batllo, and until the will of bunklea
—the real btnklee in Nation and State—
■hall, under tho hippie-hopple, be tiuk
tum iv tlie thinga of whioh it ahould of
right bnve aanktum.
THE LATEST!
[Special to Ul* lleualo hy tlie W'eatern
Union Company. 1
PACIFIC COAST.
Rsvlorntlou »r Alawka
Vallkjo, Cal., Feb.
Lieut. Ceo. M. Stoimy, of tbe reviewing
ihip lndppondenco, waa ordered to hold
himficlf iv leitdiiietifl to command an ox
pt'ditiou for the fmtlter exploration of
Alaaka. Order* Intve juat been received
at the Navy V ard to lit out tbe notori
ous acbooner OunalaMka for the trip.
tnuaual rroanotioii.
Wasiiixoton, Feb. tl- It ia rumored
that .1. B. Butler, who WAA appointed a
clerk in the Treasury Department, ie t ,
be promoted to Assistant Secretary, to
luoceeil «T, 0. New, whose resignation
took eHect on the llith.
Col. Thomas Worthingtou, oi Ohio,
died to ,lay
A llrlcaaoo in the t'oaamlllon
laattaV
Washixuton, Feb. 3:1.--The forfeit
ure of tho I ami grant to the "Hark
bone" Railroad, now claimed by the
New Orleans l'aciiic Railway, as as
signee, was considered by tbe House
Committee on Public Lands to-day. Thu
Tote on forfeiture atood oto 5. Belford
moved that Delegate Brenta, of Wtuh
ingtoti Territory, cast tho tleciding vote.
Chairman Cobb replied that Brents bad
uo vote in the committee, being a Dele
gate. Brents has previously voted on
forfeitures under consideration. In re
ferring to this fact Belford aaid to tbe
Chairman: "I have always noticed that
be was allowed to voto when hia views
wcro the same as thosa of yourself.
Now, when be is opposed to forfeiture,
you w ill not permit him to out his bal
lot." Cobb arose from hia chair and
replied tbat be would not permit
any one to impugn his inotivas. "I
didn't mean to impugn your motives,"
said Belford, "but, uevortiuileas, you
have allowed Brents' vote heretofore."
Tbe Chairman, in answer, said: "Here
tofore no one bad raised tbe queatiou as
to Brents' voting. He boa alwnys voted
with tbe majority or minority when bis
vote counted for nothing. But his vote
at this lime would decide the questoit,
and be would enforce tbe rules of the
Home by excluding tho ballots of Dele
gate*." A banted colloquy between
Cobb noil Belford followed, in which tbe
latter assarted that bis rights on tbo
Cotumilt.-c were the aame as those ofthe
former. Representative Truman was
not present, uud the deeding rote was
left for him to cut. Members of tbo
Committee are of tho opinion that be
will vote for tbe forfeiture of tho grant,
ttrnate Hill rar the Adsnlanlon or
Nouthrrn Dakota
WaSHISOTOX, D. C, Feb. 23. —The
bill providing for the admission of tbe
Southern pait of Dakota as n State,
wbiob tlie Scnato Committeo ou Terri
tories, to day, agreed to report favora
bly, ia similar in many respecs to the
bill reported by that committee at the
last session of Congress. Senator Harri
son, to night, iv answer to au enquiry at
lo the chances of the bill passing Con
gress, said: I have no doubt but that
it will | ... . ihe Senate if we can get con
sideration lor it, audi think we can. I
don't tbiuk the democrats will antag
onize it, because its provisions would
not admit of its becomiug a
State l.uforo the Presidential election.
Southern Dakota has a population
aufticient for tbe electiou of two members
of Congress. If we cannot pass the bill
this session, I am suro it will go through
the next Congress. Bismarck ia recog
nized in the bill us tbe capital, the re
mainiug territory being MMsist lo tbe
deeisiou of tho Convention. 1 i-an't see
what eicuse the Democrats conld
have for opposing tbo bill" Sen
ator Manderson emphatically approved
the views eipreaad by Senator Harriaon.
He said it was time the North weat
should make its voice beard in national
affaire. Senator Wilson waa in favor of
the diviaion nnd admission of Dakota.
It would ba but simple justice to its peo
pie, he said, and would relieve the Xa
tional (iovemmant from some exponas.
Representative Murphy was bitterly
opposed to the proposition. There was
no good reason why the Territory should
be divided, and it would take a long
argument to convince hint to the con
trary. Others might veil their opposi
lion in sophistries, but ba would be
frank and say lie was oppoaed to tba bill
from political reasons. No Democrat
wos going to take any chances of al
lowing more Republican votes to be
:ast in Ihe next Electoral College,
v H#»a<ll<»N* Arany.
New York, Feb. 23.—A special from !
■it. Louis give* an interview with Conk
ling, who .aid- "The Republican party !
lias gotten r.d of its bou. Every man ;
who had a bead taller than his fellows
itu been killed off. It is an army that
hu shot its head off; it is an army that
uu shot its own leaders instead of those
A the enemy. Now I hope the cranks
ire satisfied. Aud what is tlie result?
You have lost the lower Houae of Con- '
fraaa and that ia only the beginning ef I
your loaaes. Of course 1 have no pros- j
ent intereet in the contest, because I am i
out of tha whole thing. lam n Repub- I
I Bight in ratio of difference.
The Democratic party committed a
j second mistake following the election of
fc 187 C In that campaign they had the
I sagacity to nominate a genuine Denio
! oral, in the person of Mr. Samuel J.
■ Tildon, who himself gave tha keynotes
: of the campaign, and it goes without say
ing that tbey were luminous and Demo
oratic. Aa it seemed to ba obligatory
that tbo party should make a blunder of
I some kind, it was then put in the form
j| of allowing Mr. Tilden to be cheated out
f of his election, Probably Mr. Lamar, of
\ Mississippi, and Mr. John Young Brown,
[ of Kentucky, could tell more of the de
[ tails of ibis dicker than any other men
| living. They may have acted from the
r bast personal lights that wcro revealed
h to then.', end they probably did, lull llio
■basalt aaa to leave the Democratic party,
certain extent, demoralized.
Thia demoralization certainly had not
I. spent its force iv I$80; and, to supplement
' these two several mistakes, Mr. .Johu Ke.'-
ly was allowed to uppear ns an honored
guast in tho Cincinnati Democratic NnJ
tional Convention which nominated < leu*,
Henoch, and this notwithstanding the
fact that ho went there with his hands
imbrued in the political blood of Lucius
Robinson, the Democratic caudidato for
Governor of New York, whom he de
feated by ruuuing ns an Independent
Democratic candidate, thus drawing off
•lgbtv thousand votes from a candidate
who was confessedly one of the purest
aad ablest public men New York ever
had. Thi.i undeserved and most mal
apropos recognition of a double-dyed
traitor enabled Mr. John Rally to be
tray the Democratic party a second
time, and most effectively.
Snch a summary of Democratic disas
ters is instructive, and the parly ought
to avail itself of the full measure of
i salutary mouition involved in the re
i'eital. The people arc to-day, to .-, re
■Bssrltable degree, in tbe mood ot respond-
BSg to a sagacious and energetic Demo
Israt initiative. All our party bus to
■do to succeed splendidly is to drop free
■trade nonsense as a thing which,
{though jnst in Ihe abstract, is
■n . the concrete absurd. Model-ale
laud intelligent emendations ol tbe tariff
para inevitable as au issue of the near
Hpature. Bat they should be undertaken
Hfty ths Democratic party when, if ever,
HElt shall have elected its President and a
Hp*j or ity oi both houses of Congress.
HffThis it can easily do by remorselessly
Bp cutting dowu tbe expenditures of the
mmj national government, and by showing
to be inflexibly bent on pruning off
all useles* officials. It can further do it
by hunting official thieves to their lairs,
I and by showing tbe musses the name of
ahuttle-cock and battlodore of which
they havo been made the victims in tho
Star Roil o trials, nnd pretended expos*
tnlations of the law officers of tbe gov
ernment with tbe jobbers who have
spoliated upon the national treasury. A
strong and unintermittcnt i ffort to re
cover tbe public domain, a* far 1.4 it is
forfeitable, to control corporations und
to rebuke bureaucracy, will give the
Democratic party an impetus of victory
which n »I Ling hnmuu enu slop.
It If the duty, lirst, of Congress, aud
secondly r,f the Democratic National
Convent) .n, which Mill awt-mbU- at Chi*
Hsrn.nn.r
Is oui dispatches appears
fgatsrvii v. hail with the Hon. Roaooe
Bhp> in which he deaenbes tha Re
flfcsjS tarty a> a headless army w hicb
The »tory er tha Kllllau ef tha
Taylar family.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Feb. 23.—T0-night
tbo roanlt was made known of a lung
conversation iv tba jail between Allen
ingelll and Marshal Brown, in whioh
the whole ttory uf tbe killing uf tha
Taylor family wot tuitl by Ingahi. For
a long time he retisted all attempt, to'
got the facta from blm. Finally he aaid:
"I'm gone anybow. 1 know you will be
I good tv my family when I'm dead. I
will 101 l yutt tne truth," and than re
cited the tumble details, fie said thai
Friday morning Ken .loin aim, who
lives with him, aaid to liim that he had
three "poiuta" lor tbat night. He ax*
plained that "point." inetnt aabjeote for
tbo Medical College. Hs naked Johnson
where Ibey were. Ha replied: "The
three people are at the Taylor cabin.
They are no good aud wo ceti knock
them in the cowl." He wont tv tbe Ohio
Medical College and luldthent he would
nave three tulileola that night. Tbey
agreed tv pay till apiece aud gave hltn a
nute tv R. H. Dixon, txptiaiman. He
n eat to the cxpreeamuii ami engaged him
lo meet tbem on the Avoinlaie pike at W
u'elouk that night, lie theu went liume
mid alter dark he Slid Jukii-vou
slo'ltd to l ay lor s limy had a holtlu
of wh.aky, look drlttka ai d felt good.
Tbt dour was not look el and they uol.
ed iv. lit" uld mv wat sittlug by the
Hi c-| lace, tbe wife in front Aud tbe go!
at work in ihe loom. Johnson had a
lucutt club, v little longer than a police
man's chin. kH I heg.tu striking ihetn
over tb* head light and left, nt he would
oaltle. Tbe womuu airuggled and of
fend reeittaune. lngnl:i say. bu finally
.linked tier to death. Johutou eaaily
disposed uf the uthun willi Ihe club.
Tbey then ati-i|epeit the bodies, put
tbem in I*oAt which they brought along,
uurried tltuiii to the roadside und went
to moet tbe wagon. Loading tht v. iv,
tbey drove to lit* Medical Co.l.ge, de
liver* tl them u»d gut the pay. iugelle
cays lie Iti.uwe nodiiug ul, mt the bring
uf ihe cabin. Ii ia ttattal a mob of sixty
negroes organized SO lynch theee men,
but found tbe Avoudale jail too well
guitriied. ingalle and Johiisnu are in
ibe Cmciunaii jail tu-ulght. lugnll.
cunl'eseeN that he has stolen tevertl bud.
let 111 tbe poet lew month* from the hew
OOtlletciy lieyond Avoed.le, und told
tbem lv the 0M > Medical College
Two Oearknel llluwu Vrew the
Truest.
Dxxvr.it, Colo., Feb. 23.—A 7 o'clock
thia morning, timing a lurrillc wind
atorm, two euaubea uf thu Denver bourn!
Colorado Central train were blown from
the track iv tbo vicinity ul Georgetown,
Two latins were aligbtly burned and
aeveral other paeseugott injured, none
terioutly. Three year, ugo, iv exactly
the tame locality, an entire train, ex
cepting tho tngiue, waa eaptlr-ed by the
wind anil wrecked.
Verdict or Utf-uuure.
Uniuntown, Pa , Feb. 23. The Coi
ner* jury, which has henli lv aeaaion all
day taking teatimuny ut tv the causes
leading tv tho recent huh* disaster, to
night brougl't in a verdici. ccu-uriug the
company lor unt having the mine exam
ined dally for liro damp, aud the Mine
Inspector for uot huving impeded the
miuo. .Suits will bu instituted by the
relative, uf the men killed.
KXliilei vow with llr. I olllita.
St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 23. — The
Pioneer Prerni print* in the morning six
columns uf au intrrview with Dr. Col
lint, brother of Jerome Collins, who lost
bit life iv the Jenunettu expe lition.
Collins has iv hia pueseee : on tbe note,
book aud popoi-t found ou the person of
Jerome Collins. Upon theto he baset a
pelitiun to he presented to Congress,
asking fur a further and more thorough
invettigation of the circumtlunce at
tending Ibe lust of tbe Jeum.etle.
FOREIGN.
NrdlUouM IMarariU
Vienna, Feb. 23. — Placards huve
been posttd asking the people "How
loog will you let tbo Monarch live?"
HUH Asllated Over the l.aakrr
lte»o.uU»n.
lIrCKUN, Ptb. 23.—Tbe L'ttker inci
dent continue the moat proniiueut topic
for newspaper discussion. Tbe Xarth
German (Utzetti- says: The opposition
uroai ha*, not even attempted to oppose
by arguments bawd on tacts, tbo atti
tude assumed by Hi nmiek toward the
Laaki'r resolution. Wo maintain thut
the i lis j mi.-h containing the reaolu
tiun wua couched in the most
considerate terms. Tbe document
does not criticise or attempt
an oflic al gloria'cation of the leaders of
the opposition, hi preparing Ihe dis
patch, Bismarck urn evidently guided
by the idea that tbe majority of the
American Representative* bad not
known Masker. We nhaU not err in aa*
sum ing tbat tho initiative lo tbe intro
duction of the resolution of the House of
Representatives waa due, direct or indi
rect, to tbe influence of Link- r'a Merman
partisans. Tho Representative* passed
tbe resolution with tbe simple intention
of pleasiut; (Jermauy. To* intention of
glorifying a Gorman of Miti-Uov
ernmcnt tendencies i. of -Murse not to
be sought among American
tives, but Merman p--trt:«ins nf
the secessionist or type.
From the st indpoint cf Qsrman policy
it would have been absolutely imposii
ble for the government to take part in
the attempt to make political capital Mi
of Losker'a death for party purposes, tor
which tbe party of the deceased have
been almsed, even."
EASTERN.
Anaheim Water Company.
Ths Directors of tho Anaheim Union
Water Company mot at 2 o'clock on
Monday afternoon. They organized by
dieting B. Dmrfaa president, W. M.
McFadden Vice-Pio.ident, R chord Mel
rose Secretory, and F. H, Keith Trcus
urer. A set of by-laws wat adipt-jd
also a seal and a form of certificate.
Tbey also a loptod the reiolution and
agreement required by the A. \V. Co.,
and authorized tile proper officers to
executo the latter. Tbey then formally
accepted the conveyances fr m the A.
W. Co. and the N. A. (.'anal Co , and
tbe Secretary was authorized to issue
TOO. shares of stock —2807 to the indi
viduals composing tbe stockholders of
the A. W. Co. and 108 to Richard Mel
rose as Trustee for ihe shareholders of
said coivpauy; .1883 to the individuals
composing tbe stockholders of the N. A.
Canal lo.an I 117 to Wm. I'romlieim as
Trustee for the shareholders of said
company.
The question of lining the price »t
which the holders of fractional shares
shall be permitu-il to purchase fractions
to make a unit ev..k-d considerable dis
cussion, and a motion thai tin' auch
purpose shares be lixed at $10 (So for a
halt share) was carrie I, Messrs. Sehorn,
Keith, Saxton nnd Dreyfus voting aye,
and Messrs. McFadden. McDcrmontand
Frumbeuu ruling no.
The price toy the stock remaining
unaold was rise I at $20 per sbare.
The bond of tho Secretary was fixed
at $3000. aud tbo bund ot tbe Treasurer
at $5000. Tho salary, of tho Secretary
was tixod at $30 per month, and of the
Treasurer at $15 per month.
W. M. llsilcy was elected temporary
Superintendent, nt a salary of 3.1 per
day whilo actually employed, and be
was given power to employ zaujeros as
he saw tit, subject to the approval of the
Board.— Anaheim Gazelle.
The Advantage of Knowing How.
I Every Other Saturday. |
Two Scotch lawyers, Henry Cockburn
and Jeffery, were acting together in a
case which turned upon the aanity or in
sanity of one of the parties. "Is the de
fendaut," asked Jeffery oi l witness,
"perfectly sane, in your opinion?'' Tbe
witness, bewildered at tbe word "sane,"
gazed vacantly at the lawyer and gave
no answer. "Do you think the defend
ant capable of managing his own af
fairs?" asked Jeffery, changing the form
of tbe question. The witness gazed more
vacantly, "I ask you," continued Jef
fery, "do yon consider the man rational? 1 '
The witness scratched his bead. "Ut
me tackle him," aid Cockbnrn, see
ing tbat his asaociato was making a fail
ure of the examination. "Hae ye your
mull [snuff box] wi' ye?" he asked in the
broadest of Scotch. "Ou ay," answered
the awkward fellow, being pat to ease
by tbe simple request, and handing his
snuff horn to the lawyer, who, taking a
pinch, said: ' Noo, boolaug hae ye kent I
Jehu Sampson?'' "Ever since he was j
that hsight," answered the witness, in- j
dioating hy a geatnre tbe height. 'An' !
dae ye think noo, atween you an' me,''
aaked Cockburn, in bis moat insinuating I
LOS ANGELES DAILY HJEJgALD. SUNDAY MORNIKQ. FEJBBUABY 24. Iflß4.
State Irrigators' Convention
A call haa been iaaued for a State Irri
gators' Convention. It La aigned by
Mayor C. K. Thorn, of Loa Angelee, aad
a large number of irrigator! of Southern
CaUforaia, nnd reada aa follows.
A State Convention of Irrigators will
be held In the City of Riverside,
San fternaxdino county, California, on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
March mb, 13th and Uth, ISM, to dis
cuss the following questions:
1. What legislation la neceeaary bear
ing on tho question of water rights
and uiage for irrigation purpose* in this
State.
2. Oevnarship of water, water compa
nies and distribution of water for irng.i
--! tion purpotee.
3. Development of water.
4. Lifting of water from aurface wells
for irrigation purpoaea.
fi. Necwaaity of water for irrigation,
amount nooeaaary to be used, etc.
6. The general question of imgat.on,
under whioh he id all questions touching
this subject not included iv the above
Mm\ bl ilmcussed.
The California Southern Railroad
We have at Let learnt auinething def
inite iv regard to the com! tion uf the
California Southern Railroad beyond
Cordero, and U ia not at all encouraging.
The rood-bed it more or leaa dbinagtd
clear through lo Teiiiecnla, and a great
many of the bridges have been purtially
woabed away. Thirty feet of the bridge
aoroaa the Sun Lai* Rev river are gone,
and auvun of the hridgea in Temecula
Citflun ire quit** badly dnmegud, white
bridge 87, aUo in lh<i cudon, ia entiroly
awept uway. Ib*j ro:td-bfd in the
Ti.no t i.il. (JJii .n ta grtatly datnageil,
and ir.unbera of Uiid->Jidea have de|>oa
ited vast, qunntitiea of earth and rock
on tho ir.tek. The extent of the damage
to iho ruatl ia iinmenae, and it will
doubtleea coat over a hundred thousand
dollars to repair it. The construction
train, which bus been at work at Curde
ro, returned to town on Hunday, aa it
waa itnpoieible to do anything while the
storm coutiuued. Aa it boa now ap
parently floured off, however, tbe work
uf repairing will be pnshod with vigor.
The boarding-house eura, lined while the
rOshd waa building, were being fitted up
axftin yesterday, aitppliea were being
puri-tuned, ond everything being made
ie:, ly to put a large force of men at
work. One construction train will
urolably oommenca upcrations to-day.
liow long It will tike to put tho road in
good shape agaiu is not known, bnt we
understand that seme of thu oHisere
think it will take a mouth or more. — San
Diego Union.
Old Mr. ctvme anunteriUß ilowu
to the front gato a night or two ago
and interrupted a long convocation
between hia daughter and a very ioti
mute male friend. "Why, pa," inquired
the dair>*el, "ain't yutt up late?" "Juat
got up," aaid tlce old gentleman, shortly,
"thought I'd como out and see the ann
riae." And the son rose up from the
iiutic beuoh und .-mdly hied him bome
witrd.
Dtnth proftrred all tbe time: "I
marry thut fellow!" exclaiinel Mi.,s
Mitnlee; "No! I would rather die than
have him—that ia, if I could get some
body else"
NEW TO-DAY.
WE ARE JOBMINO OUR IMMENSE STOCK
uf Cigsrs to tlie trade at greatly reduced
prloea. The only cigar house Tn the city con
ncclcd by telephone-No. 172. EOELMAN
A 00. dIS-lf
Attention, Sir Knights.
There will bl a meeting of Coaur de Lion Com
niandory at th Ir Aaylum Monday evening at 7
o'clock, eharp. for drill.
It T. 11. WARD, C. 0.
COUNTRY BOARD.
Well furnished rooms and board with a private
family In the foothills, 1} miles from Paeeoena.
Eoquiro ot Dr. Hastings, Postohieo block.
test lw
FOR SALE.
Ten scree on Main atreet, oue end a half milee
from city limits; 6 acrea in 3 yoer-old Miaeion
Gra|) a, Pepper and Eucalyptus trees back and
front: will Le sold at a bargain.
J. f. WHITE A CO,,
libit St N. E Cor. Main and Parts sti.
FOR SALE.
Several deeirablo Cottages w ell located, at a
bargain, two of them commanding a Sne view cf
the city. J. F. WHITE A IX).,
fell M N. E. t or. Main and First St.
FOR SALE.
Thirteen choice lots on lloyla Heights, light
under the Electric Light: healtbleet location In
the city; will be closed out at a big bargain tor
ons week by J. F. WHITE A CO.
21(01,21 N. R. Cor. Main and First Sts.
FOR MU.
Fifty.two acrea highly Improved land; Sfi acrea
to grapes, one ball bearing; all kinds of fruit
bearing; good 6-room cottage, hard flinlahed;
Barn, Wind-Mill and out buildings complete.
Must be closed out cheap by
J. F. WHITE A CO.,
test It N. E. Cor. Main and First Sts.
FOR SALE.
A lew doelrtbls M„ln street lute st a bargain
lor one week J. F. W. A Co ,
2lfe2| N. E. Cor. Mem anl Fltet sta.
FOB •ALE,
Pari i.-s a isliuig to invest for a speculation will
do well ta call end examine our list of j.roperty
nnd prices hefon: pnrchsslng elsewhere.
102121 J. F. WHITE A 00.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Choki Biy Window sunny suiteof loose, and
large siuclj sunny rooms, with board, at tho
KIMBALL MANSION,
fell |N 131 New High btreet.
BTRAVED.
From my stable a small gray marc, with rujie
arouui the beck; small mane and tall. A auita
ble reward »ill be naid if returned to No. 215 s.
Main atreet FHFD. NIELSEN.
feMliw
Invitation to Frank Bartlett Post.
By a unanlaious vote of Stanton Post last
night, Frank bartlett Post is invited to Join in
the funeral ceremonies of comrade Kennc te-day,
to meet promptly at Post Headquarters at 1 SO
r. a. v. WII.LEV wells, p. r.
J. C. Brsas, Adj'i. It
MRS. MINNIE RASTER,
teller ot Music and lie Germaa Laipage,
NO. Ml SOUTH MAIN STREET.
TeensS )JoOira,te. FirttClaas References,
fetitf
SEEDLESS SULTANA CUTTIRCS
Jlakc HiKliest Priced Raisins
Or a first class wine. Trousseau snd Zinfandel
Cuttinga, Citron Trees, Limes, Persimmon, etc.
Also 1 ur.es ami ilrv stove wood for sale by
ABBOT KINNEY,
fet>24 lw Kinneloa, Ban Oabriel.
Ways & Means Committee.
Ws, tht; t'oipnultet; Appointed st a meet tig ol
ths I'itietsne lor the Purpose of selecting s pls.ee
snd giving ootice of » public meeting of tbe<cit ■
zenu of Los Angeles, to disuiiM the best method
nml join with tne ulty euthorltles to prevent fu
ture disastrous overflows of tho Los Angelei
river end such other item* connected therewith,
ss may be deemed edvieable st said meeting, do
hereby give notice that s-tid ['..blli: meeting will
be held st the Court Room of Judge Howsrd,
in the Court House.
TueHday F. veiling. February 2m tv
At 7:30 r. H. AU citisens who have the welfare
of tbe city at heart are cordially Invited to at
tend.
John F. Humphreys, .less Mascarel,
Ed. NittltiKer, W. J. Brodrick,
Dr. C. r. YViilney, T. E, Kowen,
It Committee.
J. J. MELLUS
Oonimission Merchaiit,
NO. 7 LOB ANQELES BT.
—Duoja is—
(.rain and all Kinds or Country
Produce.
ef ATTENTION FARMERS ta
Sand Wbaat for Mala.
DEFIANCE. WHITE, RUSSIAN AND
ORDEBSA WHEAT
BLA HULKS-, AM) BALD BARLEY.
Alao Silent for Tarney A Klrkpatrick a thor
oughl.red SPANISH MERINO SHEEP.
lleU.Ousl NIIKF.P FOR HA UK.
Sole Agent for tbe Champion Barbed
M^s^d^^tM J HH l | aAi i
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
POl MU.
A oottcare couUlnirw fear room., with lot aad
eppttitnaeaesa. Bear fsenple and laat boyoad
Pearl Met, Loa Ana .Me, ebov. tba reach of all
Bauds. Price, Stso oath, Fnssssslrre can to
rive, lauaadlatelj. Apply at room 17, Allen
Block, ooraer of Tsaapla atreet.
CM tVAU
Heoee aad three Iota; houae i teoaaa, hard
Setshll; aUI call vary cheap aa owaer la xolnir
away; meet to aold. Addroea or rail at SO First
etreet, near Spring. febSt 2t
HMSE ARO LOT 'OR SALE.
On Lincoln «• reel, near Pearl etreet. Lot 60a
110 feet, covered with grape vine., all bearing.
Houm Saa three rooma and a kitchen. Price.
UM. Inquire at 70) Pearl strati, febto 1*
tPieiAt BARIUM
Nea Houae ol Slk Rooma, hard flni.h.,l; good
loc.tir.i,: good sited lot: due vies,, Muet be Mid
ut once. Prl-e, fl ,1160. T. ft. HOW AN
111 N. Spring Street. Temple Block.
, fobiatf.
BOTH HIICHTS BARGAIN.
A Ilsndtoiue It sidmoe on the corner of Louis
iana a<ouue and Set., etreet. * Muet be cold at
once The grounde are well Improved. If yea
want a beautilul home, at old-time pricee, call
earl). Price, «a.S<«. T. R. ROWAN,
111 N. Spring Stroet, Temple Block.
lablali
FOR MIL
Ten aeree ol land In the town ol Pomona, all
level land, surrounded with a grove of blue gam
tree.; water right; SIN per acre. Term. eaay.
BROPHY BROS ,
fobetl Wldney Block, Pint Street
FOR SALE.
A handsome cottage of Svo rooma, nicely An
label lunula, situated era Sixth street, between
ort and Spring. For terms, ate., apply tn
POIIKROY A atlLaS,
nov2 tf Opposite the Court House.
FURNISHID Rt>OM« TO LIT.
Two nicely famished rooma pleesantly looafad.
In a prlrato la ally, Addrees P. O. Box 1080.
. Jlltf
FOR BINT.
The entire HI rooms of Ihe Bernard Block, In
auitee or slngio. Theee rooma are the moat da
suable In the city. Apply to Barren A Alexan
der, No. 1 W. First gtreot. JanlStf
TO UT.
rUII LAltui: STORES to let lv Arcadia
Block. Apply to
ImJnSS ROBT. 8. BAEBK
WANTS—LOST—FOUND.
SITUATION WANTED
Dy an exparienoad butcher; man of family and
willing to work. Address A. 8., Haoau) office.
text it
MTMY HORSE.
Came In to aay endoeure, oa Negro Allay, on
Sunday, February 17th a dark chettuut-colored
mare, aboutl years old. Tht owner can have
the animal by proving properly and paying
cha.gta. Jill OAH NttL
feblO lw WONO QUONO.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
CHAS. BELL. CHAS. CHARNOCK
OHARNOOK & BELL,
— dbalkbr m
REAL ESTATE,
NO. 8 COURT STREET, .
Opp. Court Honee, Loa Angsles, Oal.
P. 0. BOX 1050. taint
BROPHY BROS., .
Real Estate Ant, Loan Agents.
WIDNEY BLOCK,
He. at rirst street, lijtf
r. b. l. marsh. nr. r. hupf.
W. R. HUFF 4% Ota,
REAL BSTATB BROKERS,
No. 6 Court street, opposite Court Roust. We
buy eed tall real estate on commission. large
list of real bargains.
Give us a call. Send for descriptive circular.
nort tl
A. W. Baskarr. K. K. Airxaroaa.
BARRETT & ALEXANDER
Heal Estate, lining
AND
INSURANCE BROKERS,
Bernard Block,
NO. 4, WBST FIRST ST.,
Van Antrelra. I'al.
dealt tf ,
Frank E. Ada>s. Eo K. Adams. '
ADAMS & SON,
Real Estate Dealers aid Money Brokers, \
Offlce, No. 338 Pico House:
Improved and unimproved City and Country
Property. Orange Orchards, Ylneyanla and
Ranches iv tbe best localities In Southern Califor
nia, correspondence solicited.
Address, ADAMS aft SON,
No. 338Pino House, N. Main Bt..LosAngelts, Cal.
L. W. DENNIS. C. C. COOK.
DENNIS & COOK
Seal Estate, Loan:
.... AND ....
INSURANCE.
■MN BAKER B OCR,
References—Los Angeles National Bank; First
National Bank; Los Angeles County Bank.
Have tor aale City Property, improved and
unimproved; Vineyard*, Ormpc and Fruit Linda,
Ranches etc. cxrAi tl
A. FAiaciiiLD. O. A. DoinanN I
DOBINSON ft FAIROHILD
REAL ESTATE A INSURAstJCE BROKERS
10 COMMERCIAL STREET, LOfi AVOELES
arn-eedoom from Main streat.) aeplStf .
w. r. aoiroao, jaw. r. uonrono.
MORFORD & SON, i
Real Estate Brokers,.
NO. I IO MIRTH HI-KI M. HT„
Temple Block
Houses, Orange Groves, Vineyards,
Ranches And Farms
FOR SALE ABD TO LET.
Refer by permission to
J. It Toherman, Ex-afayor: Oen. beorge S
Stoneman, Oovetnor; John E. Plater, Prest. L. A.
County Hank; Can. John Manafleld, Ex.Lieut.
Oovemor: R. 8. Baker.V.-c Prealdent 1.. A Coiio.
lv Bank: J. Dtßtrtb Short), Vttloulturi.it; E. p.
Spance, President Pint National Bans; I. W. I
Tfelunan. President Farmer's and Iferrttnt'e a]
Bank dec? tf j
-?^tp^—v,ii -sl . ■arjatag c
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION SALES
; By JOHN C BELL & CO.,
REAL ESTATE ANix.KNKHAL aCi.TIOMIERI
Oaataa, Room ti, Toaiula block, orwr
t Uw Cotiiity Bank.
i Raa astata la all part* of the dty, Includ
, Js« fiatltinoai aod biwlntMn propertlM, blocks
. aod ivvssbafl, nbdlriiUii nnd sold at aJMtttM or
private sals.
ApptaUfemtnitß of cven>- dewortptlon of property
■ a sTriedaltY. Kale* ma<Ji' nt aot-tlon bj order of
, CtMirte, Administrator*, Ktenitnrs, Cornnilswlon
ars, llecwver-i, Morttfairees and Tniateoss, Isithful
ly oonipl} iritf with prrvjrihtxJ fortna.
Uousaaaiid r<tou\n rr>nt«il; aswutii i chatTya of
property, h«M powor of attorney for atisenteoa,
collfft rents, attenil to Unas, iiimrance, street
work, ltnpruvametrU r.nd bßildlnp.
A'so, aiirtlon, nor it. and < erritttfe mart and
aaksyard, Ism Assfs'ee Htreet. Kttweon First and
. Second strestw.
On Friday IHtxt, r«b. MtU,
At - o ulook, by order of Brown .t Ala nt
•IV TJIR fit irIIHFi
OnEapt Pico St.,
Adjoining the fine prop H> t>. O. W. Child* and
opposite the Morhi Viinjysrd tract, two blocks
I ..il ai.l liR the Otal day of Febrnary,
1 at 10 o'clovk, on tho premises, to the highest
bidder, without reserve,
\ 29 ELEGANT LOTS ON E.PICO ST..
Perfectly level; no clay, tn adobe.
CITY WATER TO THK Li HOI %l>
I KINK LOAMY SOIL.
F.XAinine ihe lot*; thnt are atViut on a lav«l with
l Main atrstit ami adjoin tlie o. W. Uhilds and Ds
Cslis proiierty. the toil it very ihh end capable
ot irroit iiiK any plant or fnilt that oan be crown
in ths Tropica. Main Ntrcot cam paw within a
f block aid a h If.
t t'ioo street Is a line wIlIo street, flurrouuddd by
I a Dicp classi of builJiiitfi; jfood neighborhood and
a line o.iim of society.
I Nuts -t'attietin m-nt,-U of tlrst clhss lots at a
i low nfUTQ would do well to eaamine these before
purcrMhlrttf eNewhore. Do not purchase before
, you examine these thoroughly. Walt and attend
' ours-ile. No hills, no lakes, no chance of being
1 Hoods.l out. Slaked and ready tor examination
by Wcdao-day.
.lOHX C HE le L,
' ftb24td AiKtlanaer.
I Ileal Estate Sale
i
I —**~ -
I San Oabriel, Walnut Avenue,
; MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1884,
at 3 o'clock P. v. Sale on tha Pntnlas*.
i A Desirable Home for & QentlemuL
' I wilt wtt Cottsgo Houae nnd id acrea highly
1 Improvod land on tho Alhambra, directly oppo
• stte the rusldenoe and grounds of O. B. Adams
I and E. L. .Mayhurry, ss follow': Rich, loamy,
. sandy soil; all flne thrifty trees and vines In full
c bearing, containing 400 orange trees—Navel aud
, Mediterranean Hwtot; C5OO vines of the Blau
1 El ben variety; '200 vines of line assort*! table
(trapes, as Muscat of Alexandria, Flame Tokay,
etc.; li>o H trtlttt (.tarn, peach, apricot, figs and
apple ire. m.
The cottage contains 4 rooms and kitchen, de
tached. Water throughout the houae, stable and
[ corral.
Non.—Adjoining and near these grounds are
* the elegant grounds and residences ot Q. B.
l AdaTns, E. L. Mayberry, Soovllle and Mrs. Hoi
stead. This tract is beautifully elevated, com
mandlng a fine view of tha sierra Madre Villa,
the elegant Raymond Hotel now In process of
' erection; also the krounds of Roes, De Berth
Shorb, Balwin, Carter and othera. (Distance by
carriage from Loa Anreles, 45 minutes; by cars,
16 minutes.) Ths nelgltborlßoafi Is choice, seieci
and IIr»t-class. The property In and • round San
: Oabriel ts rapidly improving and in the laat three
years has advanced fire hundred per cent. Ono
. of tbe beat water right* piped on tho ground.
Rates very reasonable. The water right will tie
sold with tha grounds. Only ten minutes wala
from tho depot to the grounds.
Churches, of «]| denominations In tho I mined!
ate vicinity. Tba large, elegant new school
house only one block off. Tastily arranged
grounds around the houae and walks; the
choicest flowers, plants, flowering shrubea and
ornamental tries. Thi* la Just the spot tor a
gentleman of leisure, a home, or undoubtedly a
capital speculation tv hold, a* there is rsry Utile
if any Improved property directly In the heart of
tho place for sale. To be appelated muat be
seen. I will direct you at ban Oabriel to R. I.
Bayley, the gentlemanly proprietor of the hotel,
who will direct you to the grounds.
For further particulars and price apply at office,
fet.r, JOHN C. BULL, Auctioneer.
REAL ESTATE SALE,
AT AUCTION,
EAST LOS ANGELES,
ON THK PREMISES
On Tuesday, March 11, 1884,
I shall sell without reserve 1
60 ELEGANT LEVEL LOTB.
—ALSO-
Six Houses aud Lots. Cora within one
block. Particulars bereofter.
JOHN C. BELL,
JaniT AUCTIONEER.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Fine valuable property on Temple atreet,
XHW lllirral-: OF MIX ROOMS
And large lot. Particulate at offlce.
NOYES & FIELD,
Auctioneers,
NO. 44, NORTH MAIN STREET 1
SfSssttS « onrt Houae. '
Willcnndn.t v jrciinral auction business on most
'iheral terms. Prompt returns madcon all sale".
Our regular SaturduV salo.
Horses aDd Carriages
'rill lis held si Terap'e Stroc tSlables until lurther
notice. R. W. NOYES.
ule D. W. FIEED. ,
AMUSEMENTS s
TURN VER E I N HALL.
Return of tho Favorites I
laOTJISE RIAI. I
-rjga —
Snperli Dramatic Company
For positively One Week Only, I
Commencing- Monday, Feb. 25.1881, "
When will l>o produced the following careful- B
ly selected repertoire: p
MONDAY, KANT l,V.\ \ I. J
TUESDAY. LONDON ASSURANCE
WEDNESDAY, tho Last New York Succee., en
titled
DXPIATIOJf.
iHIBtDAI, TAKES! Fltlttl I.I»'1-1
FRIDAY, THE BQUOH DIAMOND.
Ami the Cetutiful Eruotional Drams.
f on ti.ii: |
SATURDAY &lATINEE, EAST LYNNE.
HATIJBDAY LVEMYII
sBBEtT DOI'BLE BILL.
r JPULAB PRICES.
Reserved Sestt at Edelman A Mrs. StfiS a
OKAetJTJ
Vocal anil liifdruiiicntal
OONOERT
In Aid ofthe Sufferers
By the late flood, to he riven at the '
Fort Street M. E. Churck, .
WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, FEB. 27TH.
Miss George, Protessor Schmsisssr, Professor
Umberg and othsr* will participate
Look out for Programme in Wednesday'a Paper
Ticksts to bs had at Day v Brown, Bartlett
Bros., Valentine's Music Store and Preust tk
Pironl's.
TICKETS ONB DOLL A B EACH
No extra charge for ies*ned Seats.
TSatttd
ATTENTION!
Members of Stanton Post Mo. .'>:<. U. A. It , ars *a
lequested to meet promptly at tbelr he*dquar i
tsrs, Glood Templars' Hall, at 180 t. * Sunday,
February 24th, to attend the funeral of our late
comrade, Jerome Kenne. Sendees orill be held
at the First Presbyterian Church. Every msm
ber of Post Is expected to bs jwiasht.
Members of other Pasts ars invited to take
The Assignment Stock of Piatt & Berman y
CONSISTING OF
Watches, Diamonds,
Fine Jewelry, Solid SUverJj
Rogers' silver Plated Ware,
Clocks, Stc. t jj
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT
Am. XT O 1* X O.'ST,
WITHOUT RESERVE, COMMENCING SATURDAY, FEB. 28d,at 10 O OLOOK A. M„ AT—W
PLATT &
1 : " • —- , c-.ii->.». .Iti*.*.*. . , ...z. .}i^M^j^ammm^m^m^m^m\
NKW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY, NEW TO-DAY.
Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry
S. Nordlinger AT 138 Main St.
Jewelry Mblisiifflent
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. sa^MsSSSi ß ßielßSSSnals
The FINEST STORE Am fei DlMOt from tte ManutftCtu,e "
ofl B» Wf BUY FOR CASH AMD CAN AFFORO T0
LARGEST STOCK. fl Sell Cheaper than Any other
always the iff j 1 House Southern Cull-
Latest Style of Goods V B r ° rn>n '
on Haad. Wf
su fiooot ilnttrii a. «p- WF AU 0F FINt Rtp " mNG
SSMSTtS. .tteissm Qoodg Engraved Free of OhArge.
ffjPHJ CITT °" <asWss>w! sawstwawH
VI P"rUu Dry Oood* Emporium SI XX
■I ■ Ml HB
'07 North Sprta* Street, Lm Angelas. V
I STERN. CAHN *
WORTH OF FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC,
TO BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE
TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW ARRIVALS.
Do not buy Elsewhere at any Price
TILL YOU COMfc AN LOOK FOR YOURSELVES, AT
Dotter <& Bradley's,
aS9 AND 261 NORTH MAIN STREET. LOS ANGELES, OAL
7 FULTON WELLS,
TBI ABOVE l'LAfiK. SITUATED
Thirtsen Miles from Los Angelas and 2 Miles North at Norwslk. oa the
SaataAna Railroad,
IS BEING OFFERED FOR SALE.
It ir. * good psying property, paying en intereet on about $40,000, bnt set be
bought for less money, tha medicinal properties of the water are equal to tboas n
any health reeort on this continent, And possibly not inferior to any in the world
Tho property is well improved and ie located is a beautiful and healthy locality
Owing to tbe mildness of tho climate, it ia well patronizad tbo year round This
place is no hombng and will pay tbs purchaser aa above stated With a few
& d i 2s:, **• o°
FULTON WELLS,
Where tbey have a Postoffice and Daily Mail feZttf
HOLLANDER BROS"
ROEPER {fj| No, 21 South
BLOCK, r _&-|J) Spring St.
Practical Jewelers
WATCHES 4nd Clacka,
Fine Jewßlry And SILVER
And PLATED -ttMO yY 79 3£/UT. WARE
Of Eyery pestrriptlon. 9 |__*j»ssSi^
SRESOVIOH, GRAY & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IN
Green and Dried Prait.
Buying or selling on Commission Oranges, Lltnes,
ftemons, nuts, ate. Address,
P. O. Box ISS7, Loa Angelas, or
P. O Box 1398, Ran Prancisoo, California.
Hare on hand for shipment at present over
SOU cars of choice Orangei, either of Loa An
geles, Riverside, Santa Ana or San Oabriel.
GIVE US A TRIAL. dec 7 fan
Notice to Oontr-actors.
The plans and for the schoo*
building to be elected In Placcntia school die
trict, near Anahei.n, are now ready tor estimates.
Copies of said plana to be found at the offloe of
W. M. UcPadden, Secretary, Anaheim, and at
the offlce of Kysor & Morgan, Architects, McDon
ald Block, Los Angeles. Sealed propositi for the
erection and completion of said kullding will be
received by the Secretary of tha Board, W. M.
McFadden, Anaheim, on or befdre noon Monday,
February Vfith, IRA.
W. M. McFAfatDEN, SecreUi i
By KYSOR A MORGAN, Architects,
feblS Sw
TO OWNERS OF COWS.
The services ot my Best Thoroughbred Herd
Book Bulls, of either Jrrwej . DURBAM or
HOI-STEIN stock can be had at nay place, on
irtoklsitta fitrrrt,
Between Meln street snd San Pedro street. Alao
choice {trade Jersey Cows for aale.
dec 20 3m IYII.LI.tN aJILRS.
City Residence Wanted.
WUI Exchange a 30-Acre Fruit
Ranch, Yielding a Net Keeenue
of $1600 per Year, .
IN A GOOD LOCALITY J
FOR A HANDSOME RESIDENCE
IN LOS ANCEIEB. HI te
T. R. ROWAN,
U0 3w lit N. Sprinir Street, Temple Block.
CITY STEAM
Dying & Scouring Establishment,
161 SOUTH SPRING STRICT,
Clothes cleaned and renovated to ai paar ilka
new. Charges moderate.
CHARLES WAOENBRCII.
dec2s 6m Proprietor.
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SHEWING ABS SMONINC TOBACCOI,
Wo. 11 Flnt St., Bernard Block, tl Troconlt's
Store, Los Anreles, Cel. fttltf

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