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DAJL^ | HERAU>. |
Publish,*! Ev)y Momma (except Monday >>.i
JoBi>H D. LYNCH.
TERMS 19 DAILY HIRALD:
Per annum, by ma or express, .... TIM
Six months, - -1 4.00
Three months, - lv
Delivered by carries per week ISc
PETRARCH AND LAURA.
I was at) Verona, and ignorant,
alasl of my calamity.
'The remains of her most
chaste and beautiful body lie iv
the church of tbe Cordeliers. To
preserve this afflicting remem
brance r have taken bitter pleas
ure in recording it in the book
most frequently before my eyes,
in order tbat nothing in this
world may longer be an attrac
tion for me."
This was Petraioh's wail over
the grave of bis Laura. Her
husband, the Count de Sade, took
ber death more easily, it is to be
supposed, for be married another
woman seven months from the
day ot her interment, and while,
according to the customs of tbe
country, he atill wore mourning
for her.
In no novel tbat has ever been
written was here ever a more
romantic story tban that of Pe
trarch and Laira, who lived in
Italy in the fourteenth century.
Petrarch wai a young man who
hid been educated for tbe law,
bat who, to the indignation of
his father, hated tbe dry study
and devoted Us time to reading
romantic histories und to writing
poetry.
Onoe, it is said, his parent, in
a state of tremendous indignation,
threw all his library into the fire;
but though the books were burned
the love of them lived on, and on
the death of bis father Petrarch
purchased a pretty oountry house
at Vauoluse. and indulged with
out restraint in his favorite em
ployment.
He bad the student's usual love
for solitary wandering, and once
he roamed so far from home that
he was belated and slept all night
in a fisherman's hut. At six
o'clock in tbe morning he entered
the gates of Avignon, and accord
ing to ountom, entered the near
est church to ofler up a morning
prayer. It was the church of St.
Clair, and being the holy week,
it was hung in black. The effect
oreated in tbe sensitive soul of
Petrarch was one of extreme mel
ancholy.
As he knelt he felt the tears
rise to hia eyes, and a premoni
tion of coming calamity filled bis
soul. But aa he raised his eyes
they fell upon the moat beautiful
figure he had ever seen. It was
that of a young lady who was also
kneeling. She bad a magnificent
bust and a profusion of blonde
hair. Her dress was a pale green
robe, besprinkled with rioleta,
and she wore a crown of filagree
gold set with precious stoves and
a splendid necklace of large
pearls and garnets At first be
oould not see her face, but in a
little while she arose, and on
leaving the church, passed him
Tbeir eyes mat, he waa still
kneeliog, with clasped bands.
She started and blu-bed. Francis
Petrarch could not move, but
"bis s iul followed her "
This was Laura, then ia ber
eighteenth year. From this mo
ment to make ber bis wife became
Petrarch a fondest hope. And
Laura also seems to have love.l
him; but ber mother, who was
tbe veritable cruel parent of fic
tion, bad higue' views for her
daughter; ami, having pretended
to give her ooosent, carried Laura
away from Vaucluse to Avignon,
and forced her to marry the
Count de Bade.
This was done while Petrarch
was at Naples, competing for the
laurel crown which he desired to
Pay at Laura's feet. However sbe
Eay onoe have loved him—nay,
irhaps she loved bim always—
aura behaved with the modesty
and prudence which so well be
ftjtttne a matron, aud neither en
couraged bis visits nor his pro
testations. Yet, though Laura
lived to be forty years old, be
adored ber at tbe hour she died
•atirely as he bad in 'be bright
est hour of her youth and beauty.
A few days before her death be
■aid lo a friend:
"The day may perhaps come
when I shall have calmness
enough to contemplate ajl the
misery of my soul: but still I love
her, in spite of myself. I have
■aid in lamentations snd tears I
must hate her—but ah 11 love her
■till."
There are three large crernution
places in Osaka, ati.l one of these 1 visit
ed tbe other day. It is situated near
Ihe Kidsugawa, outside the city limits,
and is surrounded hy a high wull. The
appearance of the place from the road is
similar to tbat of a temple, were it not
for the chimney whxb towers aloft about
sixty feet. In the main crematory there
are twenty large furnaces, each of which
is capable of burning three bodies, so
that sixty coroses can be reduced to
ashes at tbe same time. Operations
commence at 11 P. M., and by 3 o'clock
iv tbe morning the process is completed.
Cremations o not take place in the day.
When I visited the place there were rise
bodies awaiting cremation, three grown
up persons an.l two children. It waa
then late, aud no more was expected. I
was particularly struck with tbe scrupu
lous cleanliness of the cremation estab
lishment.—Osaka Letter.
French Hataal BeneTolent Society.
NOTICE to PHYSICIANS * BRUCCIBTS.
Notifkatlon U hereby given to any French
•puakliLg phyaicton possessing a Diploma, osrtt
fled by a medical faculty, known at such, may
make hia application to tho Board of Director!
for the position >,f Doctor of said Sooisiy before
ths lSlh ot April next, the day of election.
According te tho new By-Laws two Physicians
* 111 be eloc.ed: A Titular and an AsMssdi, »,tl>
fees of «10U >er month for ths lit to d$M
per month fur the Assistant. . ■ ■»
Any c • npetent French speaking Drua-gM ma;
also apply Wfore the ISth of April usat far ths
(ur Lahing .f nrxt-claai* Druga for the uas of the
sick ..f a.id Society, tbe Diracton reserving their
right to reject aiif or all bids.
By order of the Board,
J. L. SAIVSF.YAIN, President.
A. ('nAHRCAr, .Secretary.
Los Angeles, March H, 1881. roarUtd
CITY STEAM
Dying & Scouring Establishment,
161 8 OTH SPRING STRICT.
Clothes cleaned and rvnovated to appear like
new. Charges moderate.
CHARLES WAOENBECH,
dec' 26 8m Proprietor.
Southern Ice and Cold
Storage Company,
Mow delivers Ice sf t Superior quality.
C. B. COULD S CO., P. ft rox SOS.
«rr.+ phom Sat. uihsosm
J. J. MELLUS
Commission HerchaQi,
NO. 7 LOS ANOELEB ST.
- OXALM W—
Ural ii and all Kinds of Conntry
Product*.
wATTENTION FARMERS ■»
Baed Wheat for Bala.
IETIANCE. WHITE, RUSSIAN AND
OKDKBBA WHEAT
HURDLES.* AND BALD BARLEY.
Aim ftf«nt for Twp.y a Kirkpstrtek, thor-
KiKhl.rrd SPANISH MERINO SHEEP.
KMI.UOO MSKRP roR SAUL
Sole Agent for the Champion Barbed
tVire and Chicago Galvanized Beaasmei
aaiL
mmaou
T. L. W ATKINS. r. W WOOD
WATKINS & WOOD,
WHOLESALE ASS RETAIL DEALERS
- IN -
GaliforaiaWiDßS* Brandies,
Are prepared V. furnlah PURR California wines
and branJiea
Ws are practically in ths wine business, en
raced In making ani handling California wines
snd brandies. Mr, Watkina Wing Superintendent
md Mr. Wood -ecretanr of the fill UAMfRL Wim
A>. This company and the firm of B. Dsirrus A
;:0., of Anaheim and San Francisco, have givsn
i» the handling of thst* business in Los Angeles
■ounty. Ws have ths bem-flt of these large
»]lar*, and can furnish the pure article right
*rom the mei>ufa<tory at a price tnat ia as low
ss ths Roods gen be handled at.
We hays a few pipes of
POKT nf 7S sand] 75.
arhleh «c hold ftir INVALIDS and tourists
>rttere promptly Ailed.
Address
Watkina & Wood.
SAN OABRIBL, Cal.
Te'sphone tn 1»n tfahrisl Wins Co auU lsa
030 000 PORSfI.
kith nsnthlv Ikrtwlsg will
'■■■take place tn Covington, Ky..
THtyRIOAY. APRIL 24TH, ISS4.
A l,a«Till l,oi ter> aad Pair Bras
In*;*** chartered by the Legiiiature of Kentucky
uid twice declared legal by the highest Court In
the Htate. Bond givsn to Henry County in ths
mm of H00,0>« for tho prompt payment sf all
April Weheae.
I Prise 080,000
1 Prise 10,000
1 Prise 5,000
•i Prises, 15.600 each 6,000
o Prima tl.ooo each 5,001
v Prix**., ISOOeaoh, Approx n prises.... 8,700
9 Prtans, OWOoarh, Approx n prixea.... 1,800
9 Pnsea, lion each, Approx n prises.... 000
20 Prises, 1600 each 10,000
.00 Prises, fIOO saoh 10,000
WO Prises, «ftO each 10,000
W> prixea, t» each 10,000
1000 Prises, #10 each 10,000
1807 Prises fllo,soo
Whole Tickets, f2 Hslf Tickets, |1
«T Tickets, fftO. f* Ttoksto, 0100.
Remit Money or Postal Note, Bank Draft in
tetter or sei dby Express. ORDERS of
15 and upward, b/Express, can be sent at our
sxpenss. Address all orders to
l uAmm R. B. SPENCER, CevHnirton.Kv.
Io momenss of excitement be
need to fancy tbat he saw her
spir.t; she seemed to emerge
from a tree; from tbe wares of
the sea; once from the mouth of
a rnnnon
Thrice be Ravr her at night be
aide bis bed, and found himself
overcome by tbe spectacle.
The story of his lore be told in
vsrses that hare been handed
down to posterity. They have
all tba interest of a biography,
for he conceals nothing. Emo
tions which moat men bury in
their souls be has committed to
paper. It is evident from these
that «be never admitted ber love
for him, but tbat be believed sbe
loved him is just aa certain. Sbe
wan evidently one wbo was able
to hear much without complaint.
S irae one has said:
"No writer in inaates himself
no rlo*ely into tbe folds of tbe
breast as Petrasch. He recalls
to us every little circumstance of
our passions. Tne pains, the
pleasures, tbe hop's, the fears,
snd, often by a tingle word,
i vulces in tbose who have loved,
a crowd of almost imperceptible
fellings, which they ha I never
observed, or had forgotten."
At last Laura died, and Pe
trarch himself writes of tbat event
sr< foil iws, in the pages of a vol.
ume of Virgil:
"It was in tbe early days ot
my youth, on the 6th of April, in
die morning, and in tbe year
I 127, that Laura, distingnished
by her own virtues, aod oelebrated
by my verses, first blesned my
eyes in the ohurch of Santa Clair,
st Avignon. It was in this same
cily, on the 6th of the same
month of April, at the same hour
of tbe morning, in the year 1348,
tliat sbe was withdrawn from my
sight, this bright luminary, when
DAILY HERALD-Supplement.
BANKING HOUBKS.
XsO«a Jsvarckvsixsxifli
COUNTY BANK,
Main St., Los Angeles, OaL
CAPITAL STOCK, PAID US, •100,000
Reserve Fund, SaoO.OOO
JOHN E, PLATER- • President.
R.B. BAKKB Vlce-PresidenL
B L. MaoNEIL Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
J. S. Suausoa, Jotuah Busy,
JOliS E. PLATBB, ROBBRT S. FIaKBH,
Jous A. Paxton, Osoaoa W. Paasoorr
K. H. WUMIT.
JsTßcy and Sbi.l ExcßAsaa OD San Francisco
New York London, Paris, Bertio and Frankfort
aVßtrr Kxobabob 00 all parts ot the Unite..
States and Europe.
AVRscbivb Mi.ssv on opeo account N .td certif
cate ol deposit, and do a general hLnkmg and
exchange business
Farmer i Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANOELES.
ESTABLISHED IN 1868.
Capital. MOO.OOO. Hurplaa an
Keaervfi Fund, •800.000.
ISAIAS W. lIELLMAN PRESIDENT
L.C. OOODWIN VICE-PKESIDENT
JOHN UILNEK SECRETARY
ISAIAS W. lIELLMAN, JOHN 8. ORIFFIN,
O. W. CHILDS, C. E. THOM,
PHIL. OAUNIER, J. B. LANKER.SHIM,
V. ill CUMMI N, JOSE HASLAREL
kxi ii wi.r. worn, said on
New York, London,
Frankfort, Dublin,
Paris and Berlin.
£sT Receive Deposits aod Issue Their Cer
tificates.
AW Bay and Sell Oovarnmcnts, Stat.. County
and City Bonds
080. B. BOKBBKABB, Jotix Bsvsos, Ba,
Pres't Vtee-Pree't
F. C. Howes, Cashior.
Los Angeles National BanK,
NO. 64 NORTH MAIN STREET, Lot An
if el us. Cal.
CAPITAL. • 100.000.
DIRECTORS:
Dr. W. o. Cochran, Cou H. H. Markham
PKRRV M. (iR-.RH, JOHJ) Hut-sun, Sk..
DR. 11. 8 KNAR*LOB, F. C. Ho was.
(itO. H. BOXKBRARR.
•t-jTKucha.ige for sale on all the principal cftira
of tbe (Jotted State and Europe. mhß
Horaford's Acid Phosphate.
SPECIFIC VIRTCKB IN DYSPEPSIA.
Dr. A. Jenkins, Great Fulls, N. H .
*Hy«-: "I can testify tn iv Hmningly
at moat specific virtues in cas*B of nerv
li—B—a, <iys|>ei»tih. anil mvi bid vigilauce
or u;ike;H in
First National Bank
OF LOS ANGBLBS.
Capital atook, aioo.oa
Surplus. S7O.OCV
E. P. SPENCE, : • : President
WM. LACY, : : : : Cashier
l D Btcsmau. "TTfitsl, H. Mails
O S WinrsasT, E F. Srsaci.
STocßßoumauj:
Cajt. A. U. Wilcox, Da R. H. McDosilo,
O «J WirnaasT, Jambs MoCuy,
J f. Russ, Qsuaas Osnnxs,
J. E. HOLLBXBBCB, I. LAXXBBSHUf,
H. Mabcbt, a W. Vail,
Woods Mabcbt, 8. H. MoT.,
J. D. RiCKSBLL, k. W, Brmica 04tf
Cremation in Japan.
OARD.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO ANNOUNCE
that they have transferred their l-miUng busi
ness to ths LONDON, PARIS end AMERICAN
BANK, L( 4.TED (incorporated in Loudon Jan
uary 8, 18S4), which will continue the mm mt
lac old premises, 203 Sanson.,-- t-treet. All other
Iwiiiness of LAZARD FKERKB will be settled by
Uienteelvee si the stuns place. Thanking the
puhilc for the liberal patronage ot the paat, we
beg to solicit the continuance of the same for our
iiicorawrs. LAZARD FKERES.
San Pranclaco, March 5,1*34
London. Paris anil American Bast
(£.l Ml TBI).)
205 Bansome St., San Francisco.
authorised Capital. - . 1000000
Mabarrlbcrt Capital. - t'SOO.ooO
Of which £300,000 have been celled in, and
IzOO.OoO.ie subject to call with one month*) no
tioe.
Ulr««tara:
WILLIAM PATERSJN. Esu., (Messrs. Patcrset.
and Siuionda) London and Singiporc.
JAMrS WUIIT'aLL, Km]., (Late of Messrs. Jar
dine, Mathersou A Co.. China). London, S W.
JAM he) LA FUNTAlXE.r.«c,.,(Admiiuslrstor So
ciete Ottomsne, Consuntinoplc), London,
8. W.
SIOISMLND LOUIS 91MOX, Esq . London, R.C.
31S18N LAZAKD. Esq., (Messrs. Laiard Frercs
* Clej, fens.
ELI I LAZARD, Esq . (Messrs. Laaard Frerea A
Cle), Paris
Haaxera ll Man Frsnri.ro
DAVID CAHN Manager
(DOm .iiyf.h Sub Manager
HR.aii orriCß,
0 and 10 Tokenhouae Yard, Loth
burr. E. 0.% i»ov
London Banker-..
BAKE OF SCOTLAND LONDON
Aceittn.
NEW YORK- Agency of the London, Paris and
Amernan Bank, Limited, at) Kxrh.i ge Place.
PARIS ll,«r. Laiard Freres A lie ,10 Koe
Ste. t ecile.
Having eucoeeded to the business of Messrs
LaaWS Freres, San Franclsc.., a a are now pre
pared to do a general banking business.
Hills of exchange and telegraphic transfers
bought and .old on Great Britain, Ireland,
France, (Jsnneny, Belgium, Holland, Sw liter
land, Chius, Japan, Australia, Centra] ano
South America, and principal cities of the
United States.
fOMMEKIIVL and TRAVELERS' CREDITS
available in all part- of the world.
COLLECTIONS MADE at current rates of ex
Cl heue CERTIFICATFS OF DEPOSIT and re
ceive Deposits on open aoconnte.
BULLION BOUGHT AND SOLD. llmwH
Phineas Banning,
fORWAROING A COMMISSION MEN.,
WILMINOTON, Loe Angeles Oounly, cal.
VesesU towed, goods lightered umb.
aid grain stored, with
AOCI STOMKD_PROMPTNKBB
Hughe-*' Rnasinn Bath*.
After suffering for months with sciatic rheu
matlwn, an.l after trying most all reinedisl
agencl-s, Including electricity, I ws. so re.lure.l
as to lw unable to walk. I was Induced to in
Hushes Russian and Electric I'aths, 317 North
Main streit, and after a curse of IS baths I was
not o ly cured, but I have not had a relapse. I
.till take ins baths occasionally as a preventive
and I hare recommended them to others who
hare been grvatly benefitted by them.
O. W. MORGAN,
on lm '(So, AS Temple Block
LOS ANGELES. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9. 1884.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Electrical Treatment of Wines and Spirits,
At the Electrical Works In Lo* Anßelea, Cal.
Having perfected the new process tor the treatment
of Wines, Spirits, Fermented or Malt Liquors by electric
ity, by which the fusil oil, Hydrocyanic acid, poisonous
ethers and other deleterious organic matter is eliminated,
and at the same time imparts a mellow age to the prod
ucts of the winegrape, we are prepared to handlethesame
on a large scale and on the most reasonable terms. By
this scientific treatment of new wines they are at once fit
ted for market at the same price they are at an age of 12
years by the old treatment of racking off and expensive
methods of rehandling them, and at the same time an im
mense saving to the producer. By this process, also, there
is no waste by Evaporation and turning into vinegar by
neglect or delay, as the treatment entirely removes all or
ganic matter that produces fermentation, without destroy
iagthe bouquet, and leaves them perfectly pure and fit for
use in 24 hours after coming from the winery. Call at our
works and be convinced, or send for circulars.
A. C. TICHENOR,
Manager Los Angeles Electric Liquor Co. vand Patentee.
No. 233, Arcadia Block, Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CaL
janB-3m
INSURANCE AIiENCIES.
FIRE INSURANCE ACENc7~
Transatlantic Fire Insuranos Co., of Hamburg,
in re inxursnoe with sixteen other European Com
panies. Combined capital, #26,000,000, „f which
tf,660,000 is paid up.
A men■ »t n Central, of St. Louis; cash assets, over
11,100,000; capital paid up, #o0t>,0o0 ; - u , r tus,
tiO4,tWo.(j2; losses paia on Chicago
Are, $300,010.
North German Insurance Company; capital and
assets, $2,3 Mi,39. 1 i.97.
London and Northweatern; capital, |6,(K>0,l)00.
Accident and Life InHurniic**.
P. PHILLIP, |
Conuuerci .1 Street, No. ».
p. phillip a CO.,
novta tf REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
. HARTFORD
FN Insurance Co.,
OF HARTFORD, CONN,,
Organized, 1794. Asset., $4,500,000.
FRED. O. MOSEBAOH. Oca. Agent.
J. A. FAIHCHILD Local Agent.
OFFICE;-No. I' 6 North Main rtreet, over the
lir.t National B»i,k, Lo. Augelos, < al. mhStf
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
Of London. (In-tituted 1803.)
LONDON ASSURANCECORPORA'N,
Of London Established 17SS.)
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y,
Of London and Alierdeen (Established 1836.)
QUEEN INSURANOE COMPANY,
Of Liverpool. (Established 181.7.)
Aggregate Assets Over
$43,Wfj,Mff.
A Joint Policy of the four Com
panies Issued at the Los
Angeles Office.
Geo. B. Drakenfeld, Agent.
Rob'tM. Thompson. Assistant.
OFFICE-No. 12S North Main rtreet, over Firat
National Bank Lea Angeles, eel.
inhs.lin
HOTEI Al —RESORTS.
EMIGRANTS!
Fanners, strangers and travelers, don't fall to
call at SMITH'S HOTEL and RKSTAURANT.
It is the only place in I«s Angeles which is run
on ths American ayatein. Everything at reasona
ble rates. A good, well-cooked roes! at from 15
rents upwards, at any hour. Bill of fare with
■ .rift- i'«d Good l*eda from 2& oen'.a upwards
Rath* ~.' cents. Remember tho plac>,
SMITH'S HOTEL & RESTUARANT,
In the large tire-proof brick building, corner ol
Loi iiiKrlca snd ('onimerclnl f*t»„
center ot city. JAB. W. SMITH. Prop r.
Carmelita.
This delightful residence Is now open for oar .
Booms Airy and Rpnclons.
An Excellent Table.
TERMS REASONABLE
Apply to
nut*. JEASSS C. CASK,
Comer Colorado rttreet and orange Orove Avenue
_____ Paaartcna. selltl
"Beautiful Orafton"
Still Open for Visitors.
No Annoyance from Mad, Fog or
Northers.
STACE FROM SAN BERNARDINO
CRAFTON DAILY.
A. PEASLEY,
DKAI.KR IN
x;TCHf N AHD HOUSEHOLD WARES,
Tinning and Sanitary Plumbing, General Job
bing and Repairing. No. 314 North Main street.
Pico Houae block n0.7
NKW AMVKKTIHKMKNTS.
R. W. PRIDHAM
Bookbinder \V\ wTjf
AND
PAPER RULER. *\.
Blank Book Manufacturer.
Paper Boxes of all Sixes .liiiiiiluetureil to Order.
MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, MUSIC AND ILLUSTRATED WORKS BOUND
AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICEB.
Nod. •»© and •»•• North Spring Street, Opposite Franklin.
ntevfttf
Calico Mining District Drug Store,
GOODEXOI GH & IIIMIIMI ll I, Proprietors.
Constantly keep on hand
FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, STATIONERY, ETC.
Correspondence from any part ol the country in regard toCalico Pi.trlrt wilt receive attention.
JanS.ltl
i» i. < > an- s. " r L o \v '
SYRACUSE CHILLED PLOWS.
VI. 8. BAKER & CO.. 43 to 47 8. Main Street, are Sole Agent
for this the Best Chilled Plow made.
Liberal Discount to the Trade. Nl. 8. BARKER & CO.
Atlas Engioee and Boilers carried in stock at the City Foundry and Machine
Shop, 43 to 47 South Main Street. None Letter or cheaper on the Coast.
■nhstf " M. 3. BAKER & CO.
SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS
WM. LEVER, No. 18 Commercial Street,
DEALER IN sak KIFZ.BS
GUNS, RIFLES *"° p,8Tol »
■■m masaissa RTSBS bBBBR '■ 'll''
AND PISTOLS, HPaifJBEBBB
Pishing Tackle Qui harps. Ballard,
Material ol Every BSBBr iiadnn, Winchester and
Rind. "«sT«— ~ ot her mailers.
\luixle and Breech-Loading Shotauns of the most culehratod Eiarli.h and American makers. Rpf.
pairing- and new work done and warranted to itive satisfaction. novist
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE QEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WIU
SEE CV EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE
••ing the Great Central Line, affords to travelers, by reason of Its unrivaled geo
graphical position, the shortest and best route between the East, Northeast and
Southeast* and the West, Northwest and Southwsst.
It Is literally and strictly true, that Its connections are all of the principal lines
of road between the Atlantic and ths Pacific.
By Its main lino and branches It reaches Oh lea go, Joflet, Peoria, Ottawa,
La Salle, Genesee, Mollne and Rock Island, In Illinois j Davenport, Muscatine,
Washington, Keokuk, Knoivllle, Oskaloosa, Fairfield, Dee Moines, West L«nl»
lowa City, Atlantic, Avoca, Audubon, Harlan, Outhrle Center and Council Bluffs,
in lowa | Oallatln, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, In Missouri, and Leaven
worth and Atchison in Kansas, and the hundreds of cities, villages and towns
Intermediate. The
"GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,"
As It I* familiar!, called, offers to travelers all tha advantages and comforta
incident to a smooth track, safe bridges. Union Depots at all connecting points-
Fast Espreas Trains, composed of COMMODIOUS, WELL VENTILATED, WEU
HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHES • a Una of th
MOST MAGNIFICENT NORTON RECLINING CHAIR CARS ever built I PULLMAN'S
latest designed and handsomest PALACE SLEEPING OARS, and DINING CARS
that are acknowledged by press and people to be the FINEST RUN UPON ANY
ROAD IN THE COUNTRY, and In whleh superior meats are served to travelers at
.he low rata of SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH.
THREE TRAINS each was between CHICAGO and tha MISSOURI RIVER.
TWO TRAINS each war between CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
via tha famous
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
A Now and Direct Line, via Seneca and Kankakee, has recently been opened,
between Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and La Fayette
and Council Bluff., St. Paul, Minneapolis and i.stei mediate points.
AN Through Passengers carried on Fa.t Express Train..
For more detailed Information,, cc Maps and Folder., whleh marts, obtained, sua
wall a. Ticket., at all principal T'cket Offices in the tinited State, and Canada, or of
R. R. CABLE, CAT. JOHN,
Vlce-Prea't St OenM Manager, Oan'l T'k't at Pasui'r Agt
CHICAGO*
TRANSFER COMPANIES.
| NOTICE.
j Having- purchased tbe entire interest of the
! OSBORNE OVERLAPfD TRANSFER CO.,
' The same will hereafter be known rb the
Pioneer Transfer Comp'y.
CITY BILL POSTING CO.,
Of which I am the sole proprietor.
GEO. P. McLAJN.
February 7,188*. fehS
Geo. S. Saftord. Wm. Cardwrll.
BILLS & CO.,
General Forwarders
Office, No. 9 Market street.
Opposite Court House.
Bollen, safes. Pianos, Furniture, etc.. Handled
with cats.
lANOS REPACKED FOR SHIPMENT.
feblStf
PIONEER TRANSFER COMPANY,
Office No. S Market Street.
No. 137.
apltf GEO. P. McHIN, Proprietor.
REMOVAL.
The Continental Oil and Traniportation Com
panv(E. A. Ed wants. Manager) have renio.ed
ih. ir itic. into the Hardware Store of Lacy,
Viereck ft Co., No. 121 Loa Angelea atreet.
JSTTelephone No. 118 aa before. mhstf
J. N. DE M ARTIQIMY,
If AVRlsf'll BROTHKRfS at CO'l*
OIOARS
GHEWIRC AND SMOKINC TOBACCOS,
0.24 First St., BeroarJ Block, st fTroooiiis s
ore, Los Angelea, Cal. fe:?3lf
Railroad Ticket and Employment
Office.
BUREAU of INFORMATION; male help free;
Real Estate Broker ; houses and lou sold ou in
stallments; houses and rooms, furnished or un
furnished, aocured. R. MTTINOER
li. North Main Street, near First St.
Telephone ho. 113 eepls 8m
H. Newmark & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Dealers la Wool, Grain, Hides.
11, IS and 15 I,OS ANGELES BTREEI
fjaa
A COMMONSENSE REMEDY
SALICYLICA!
No More Rheumatism. Gout,
or Neuralgia.
MEDIATE RELIEF WARRANTED
PERMANENT CURE GUARANTEED
Ft ire years established and never known to fall ill
a single oane, acuta or chronic. Refer to
aH prominent physicians and drug
gists for the funding of
Sahcvlioa.
THE ONLY DISrtOLVKRUF TON POISONOUS
URIC AC11) WHICH EXISTS IN THE BLOOD
OK RHEUMATIC AND GOUTY PATIENTS.
•4AI.M Y1.14 A is known as a common
sense remedy; liecause it strikes directly at the
caaae of Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia, while
so many so-called specifics and auppeaed panacea*
orjlv treat locally the effects.
It has been conceded by eminent sclent lata that
outward applications, auch aa rubbing with oils
niniiMi-nta, liniments and soothing lotions will
not eradicate theae diseases, which arc the result
of thu poisoning Qf the Mood with Uric Acid.
faALICYLICA works with maneloua ef
fect on this acid, and so removes the disorder. It
is now exclusively used by all celebrated physi
cians of America snd Europe. Highest Medical
Academy of Paris reports tf6 per cant cures in
three dsvs.
RBBSBniBBK.
that MAlair* LICA m » certain cure
KhfUDintiHiii, (.out and laVs.rs.lsTj
Die most intense pains are subdued aimo
3rsß» trial. Relief guaranteed or money re
funded. -
Thousands of testimonials sent on application.
tl A BOX. rl BOXES FOR «6. Sent froe h%
mall on receipt of money.
Ask Tour Druggist for It.
But do not ba deluded into taking imitations 01
substitutes, or something recommended as ;tusl
as good !" Insist on the genuine with the nam.
of WASHBURN & CO. on each box, which i
guaranteed chemically pure undor onr slgnaturt,
an indispensable requisite to insure success in tb»
treatment. Take no other, or send to us.
WASHBURN & 00.. Props.
UM7 Broadway, car. Rcade »»,., W.\.
marlS lwd»w
FURNISHED ROOMS,
Pleasantly located and neatly furnished,
TO LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE,
Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one block from
Ftoetoif.es. dSltl
Tho Poetry of Sont hern Cali
fornia.
DOLORES
And other MM.
By Albert F. Kercheval.
Erery home should contain a copy of this
beautiful book.
For Sale by Phil. Hirschfeld & Co.,
noWVF.Y BLOCK
Price. ... *S.
nov2scl4wtf
Good Business Chance.
Nineteen furnished room- within three mimitee
walkof ttiei'oun House; rooms now arc cupied;
will net to thu natty imrchasintt this bargain in .SO
per month. Enquire ot.
P.ENNK, FINNEY * KNOX.
ocatf # First street.
1 wp:kkly herald
PobUSHKD HvicßV BATTRDAT NI'iRVIV.
TKKMS!
One yur by ouiit or exprta,, on* oopy, fife
Six month*, ■ - • • l.ft
Three month* .T»
Advenlaetn -at, Innerted at reasonable rata
Job Work done to compete aitb Hat Frandtco ra
loa 'ityle and eleKance of workraanrhlp.
LUMBER YARDS.
KERCKHOFF-CUZNER MILL AND
LUMBER COMPANY,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS Of
LUMBEE.
Doors, Blinds, Windows, Eastern
Oak, Ash, Hickory, Walnut
and Poplar.
Are prepared U execute, any aod all kind*
Mill Work.
YARD AND MILL,
CORNER ALAMEDA AND (RACY BTB.
Telephone No. 8. P. O. Rox us.
mrSS 3ni
J. M. GRIFFITH 4 00..
Lumber Dealers,
Manufacturers of Doors,
WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Stain, Stair Rail, Balluitera, Newell Poata and
Hill Work ol tvrrt d™ riotion, and dealer. In
Lime, meter, llalr, etc.
No. 532 North Alameda Street.
PERRY MOTT & OO.'S
LUMBER YARDS
AND PLANINO MILLS,
N0.76 COMMERCIAL STREET.
inntotl
SALE or MINING STOCK.
THE COLORADO
Copper Mountain Mining
COMPANY.
LOCATION OF MINF.S—Four miles Fast of tbe
Color»do River, In Vnm. Conrty, Arlsona
Territory, o ■■, miles bouth of "Ihe Needles, 'ci
tbo A.&P.R. R.
OFFICKR**:
8. J. BECK President
K. R. HKWITT Vice President
HENRI lIA M MEL Treasurer
THO*. J. CUDi'Y Seeretar/
JOHN UOLUSWuRTHY Superinteir-doiit
DIRECTORS: ,
8. J Beck, E. K. Hewitt, Henrr King,
Henry Hmnmel. A. 11. Unkvr, .lauitM OoiDlsn,
John Ooltlaworthy, Thoe. J. Cuddy.
At ameeting of the Board of Directors of tbe
Colorado Copper M. untain Milling Company it
wsi, rcitolvi d to place *20U,0t.0 of the stock of
the company on the market to talse r working
capiUl. The stock is to be sold -übject to the
condition that ss aeon as gSO.OOO are subscribed
and paid, the work of dm elopmenf shall be
commenced. All money subscribed will be put
deposit Id the Fin,t National Bank of
Persons desiring information concerning* the
mines their assay*-, location, etc., can apply to
any of the Directors and are referred, by per
mission, to the following named gentlemen: E.
F. Spence, H. 8. Orme, John G. Downey.
This Stock is Perpetually Unasses
sable.
Circulars giving a history nf the mines may be
had upon application to any ol the directors.
A Map showing the sxact location or the
mines may be aeen at the office of
GEO. J. DENIS,
Attomev for the Company, Room 4, Duceuuuun
Block.
The stock is at present in tbe hands of Col, E.
E. Hewitt, who may be seen at his office at tbe
New Depot.
Ihe shares are of a par value of flO each, but
for the next 00 days will be sold for ft.6o t*ch.
Tn is is an excellent opportunity for those of
small means to invest money in a most pro mis
lag home enterprise
By order of Board of Directors
S. J. BECK, President.
Twos. J. Ct'DDY, Secretary. marlStf
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given tbat tbe firm heretofore
existing im.'er the name of Dreyer tfc Wangeman
is this day dissolved, by the retirement of H
wans m in. The business of the late firm wi.l
be conducted hy J. Drever, who will pay all
claims agaim.l the timi and collect all bills due
the aame. J. DREYER.
H. WANO EM AN.
J.ms Angeles, Cal., Feb. 28, 18M. feMMw
Mammoth Furniture Sale.
HAMMEL & DENKER,
Of tbe Coamopolitan Hotel, will close tbe hotel
on the first of March and commence the tale df
the stock of hotel furniture, carpets, beds, bed
ding, ranges, stoves, kitchen and dining-roam
furniture, bedroom sets, boilers, healers, pipes
gas fixtures, and all kindi of hotel furniture and
fixtures, coin prising
•SO 000 In Valor.
The sals will continue until the entire lat le
sold or until the Into of March.
f*2l HAHMRL «% DKVHF.R.
NEW HOWE AND HOUSEHOLD
Sewing Machines.
The beat in the market. Hare all tbe lata,,
improvement*, and aa labor eavere are nnrivalleo
Price, 145 (or aither.
H. SLOTTERBEOK, aoent.
No. 11l nORTH MAIN ST., Osaasßl U
"aW. tleler
Teachers' Institute.
To the Teachers and the Schoo
Officers of Los Angeles County:
The next Annual Teachers' Institute will cod
vene at the .Normal School Baildinic Los Ann
lea, on
Monday, April 7th. 1884,
At 10:K A. M., and continue five days.
All teacher* are required to be present at th-'
calling or the roll ani remain in attendance dur
ing the continuance ef the Institata.
The public arc cordially invlts**.
J. W. HINTON,
maJiltd County Sopt. of Schools.
A NEW
Jet Black Ink,
The Best in the Market,
Writes Black and Flows Freely
j For sale hy
P. LAZARUS,
JylSlm The Lend loa: MtatlMer.
DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO.,
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes.
j WM. H. SCHILLING, Aienl,
• Ne. • North Main Street, st J P. Mansfield
| store. Ism Angelse. tfal mhlltf

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