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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
Report or observations taken at Los Angeles,
January 29. 1890:
6:07 a. M. 30.
5r07 p. m. 30
46
I 55
Kli'i.'
85
I 76
W'd'Vel.1
Nb!~T Ol'dli
SW ! 4 I Pt cly
Max. tern., t>s; miv. tern., 44.
Indications.
Ban Francisco, January 20 —Forecast for
California, till 8 p. m Thursday: Ruins in
Northern California; fair weather in Southern
California.
PERSONAL.
Captain Banning went north yesterday
on the afternoon train.
Capta'D and Mrs. J. 0. Ainsworth, of
Oakland, are visiting the city.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Jones will arrive from
San Francisco by steamer today.
W. W. Wilson, of the Rowell hoose,
Riverside, is spending; a few days among
friends in this city.
Mr. Sam B. Thomas, Jr., of Jackson,
Miss., ia in the city, the guest of his
cousin, H. W. Patton.
Mr. and Mrß. R. E. Brewer and Mr.
and Mrs. G. J. Ainsworth, of Redondo,
came into the city yesterday.
Dr. G. T. Stewart has returned to the
city. He bas been absent for several
weeks on a trip through tho East and a
visit to New York.
Yesterday Judge Daniel L.Russell was
admitted to practice in the Superior Court
of this county on motion of Col. George
H. Smith and on presentation of a cer
tificate from the Supreme Court of Texas.
General R. H. Orion, of Sacramento,
arrived in the city yesterday. He came
down to be present at the corner-stone
ceremonies at Whittier, but as they were
postponed he will return today. "He is
Adjutant General of the N. G. C.
The steamer Corona will arrive today
from San Francisco with the following
passengers for Los Angeles: L. Hutchin
son, A. L. McLeod, S. Jones and wife,
Mias L. A. Parrish, B. J. Owens, Mra.
Cailiard, J. Schandoney, H. P. Stone,
Miss L. Boyd.
Milton Santee, San Diego; J. N.
Robertson, wife and child, New York;
Annie Austin, Santa Cruz; C. Froelich,
Jr., San Francisco; Richard Garvey, San
Gabriel; G. Goldsmith, San Francisco;
H. Verhoeff and wife, Louisville, Ky.;
James Graham, West Haven, Conn.;
James O. Fosb and wife, Auburn, Me.;
Lewis H. Hercbant and wife, Gloucester,
Mass.; T. B. Cosley, Chicago; G. B.
Lincoln, Chicago ;G. S. Collins, Daggett,
are at the Nadeau.
W. I. Nichols and wife, Santa Bar
bara; Mrs. Clara S. Folfz, San Diego;
Frank L. Kipley and wife, Boston,
Mass.; Captain J. C. Ainsworth and
wife, Oakland, Cal.; Jno. R. Fletcher
and family, Dayton, O.; E. E. Brewer
and wife, Geo. J. Ainsworth and wife,
Redondo Beach ; Chaa. H. McGrath and
E. McNevin, Chicago; Bartlette Tripp,
Yankton, S. Dak.; Horace D. Taft, New
Havin, Conn.; Chas. N. Clark, San
Diego; N.D.Clarke and wife, Boston;
W. W. Allen, Topeka, Kan.; J. B. Ban
ning and wife, Wilmington; W. E. Hal
stead and wife, San Pedro; Jno. E.
Wetmore, E H. Dutton, A. J. Lackman,
A. C. Bolderman and F. B. Libbey, Baa
Francisco; J. T. Gurney and wife, Bos
ton; M. D. Clan, New York; L. N.
HarkneßS, Kansas City; L. M. Coble,
Cleveland, 0.; L. L. Cook and C. E.
Cook, Minneapolis; Mrs. N. Driscoll, St.
Paul, Minn.; W. H. Wilde, Venlura;
Chas. H. Coleman, New York, are at the
Hollenbeck.
SEWS DOTES.
Ernest Schwarlz and Fred Herbenger,
natives of Germany, were admitted to
citizenship.
The corner stone of the Sisters' school
on Boyle Heights Iwill be laid Sunday,
February 9th.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $35,800, and were 34 in
number. Of these 7 were for more
than $1,000 each, and 22 were for
nominal considerations.
Henry George will arrive in this city
on Friday, opeak here twice and leave
on Sunday for San Francisco, He will
not speak in any other plaoe in Southern
California. He sails for Australia Feb
ruary Bth.
There was no meeting of the police
commissioners yesterday, Mr. Knox be
ing the only member present at the ap
pointed hour. After waiting in vain for
Borne twenty minutes or more for tbe ap
pearance of his confreres, Mr. Knox
moved, seconded and ordered the meet
ing adjourned until 2 o'clock this after
noon, at which time the full bo*rd will
doubtless be in attendance.
At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon a
buggy containing Mrs. M. W. Moore col
lided with a delivery wagon, belonging
to the Eagle meat market, at the intersec
tion of Spring and First streets, the near
shaft of the buggy being caught between
the spokes of the cff hind wheel of the
wagon. Both vehicles were considerably
damaged and the drivers of each badly
shaken by the force of the collision, but
with the aid of several of the bystanders
both horses were unhitched and the
buggy disengaged from the wagon wheels
with some difficulty.
A telephone message was received at
the police headquarters at 10:30 o'clock
last night, from E. Witmer, to the effecl
that Miss Sloane, a young lady residing
with her stepfather, Mr. Banter, on
Lucas avenue, near Arnold street, bad
become violently insane, and asking that
she be removed. The patrol wagon was
sent out to the place designated, and the
young lady was conveyed to the county
jail, there being no accommodation for
insane or sick people at the city prison.
She went into hysterics on arrival at the
jail, and occasioned Officer Farmer a good
deal of trouble; but she was finally
locked up in the padded cell and qui
eted.
R. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 18 B. Bpring. Depositions taken.
CRIMINAL NOTES.
The only arrivals at the county jail
yesterday were Francisco Reyes and S
Morales, who were lodged there by Con
stable Atkinson, of Pomona, on commit
ments of petit larceny, each having been
sentenced for ten days.
McGreel, a contractor, was arrested
yesterday by Officer Jackson on a war
rant charging him with petit larceny.
It is alleged tbat in November last he
purchased an organ from Powell, Has
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD; THURSDAY MuKßlflQ, JANUARY 30, L 8&0.
kell& Co., for which he gave his promis
sory note, and at a subsequent date be
offered to take it up, bnt there being a
dispute over the affair he took the note
without Haskell's permission The case
was set for trial on Wednesday next by
Police Judge Owens.
W. N. Jenkins, a stout colored indi
vidual, who is serving a term of fifty
days for battery in the county jail, re
fused to work when sent out with the
chain gang yesterday morning. He was
promptly brought back to town, and
spent the rest of the day in one of the
cells in the dungeon of the jail. On
being released at 9 o'clock last night an"
taken to the upper tank, be expressed
his regret at having been obstreperous,
and stated that he would rather work
fourteen hours a day than be locked up
in the dungeon for an hour.
George King, one of the two men who
attempted to escape from a wagon in
which they were being conveyed from
work with the county chain gang to the
jail, on Tuesday afternoon, was sen
tenced to further imprisonment for ninety
days, by Justice Savage, yesterday. He
was brought in from burbank a few days
ago to serve a term of ninety days lor
vagrancy. James Munroe, the other
fugitive, is still at large, but the officers
are confident of recapturing him before
he leaves the city, lie was sent down
from Lancaster about ten days ago with
a sentence of six months for petty
larceny.
Constables Clement and Smith, as
sisted by a posse cf ten deputies, raided
five Chinese dice games about 8:30
o'clock last night and captured eighty
heathen gamblers. The whole gang was
herded together and driven up to the
Township Court like a flock of sheep, and
Justice Savage having been summoned,
Wong Chee and Chirtg Wing were kept
busily engaged in signing bail bondß un
til after 11 o'clock. Attorney Pay ton
was also on hand to represent the eighty
defendants, who were liberated one by
one as their bondsmen signed the neces
sary dccuments.
A CANNERY SCHEME.
An Establishment to Can aud Pre
serve fruit Coutemplated.
There is a plan on foot which seems
likely, from the character of the people
who are agitating the scheme and the
enthusiasm with which it is generally
adopted, to come to a successful issue, to
start some sort of a co-operative cannery
and fruit-preeerving concern in this city.
It has been under discussion among a
number of prominent business men and
capitalists who are anxious to do
all in their power to bring up
the value of the fruit product of
this State. The plan is as yet in a half
formed condition, and the names of those
who are woiking it will not be given at
the present time. It may be stated,
however, that the outlook is good for the
organization of a stock company with Lor
Angeles capital, for the preserving and
canning of the fruit of this section.
Further facts will be made known in a
few days.
Voal bialore.
The ship Glory of the Seas is cow
discharging 3,500 tons of coal at San
Pedro, and the America is due with 3,400
tons. Both cargoes are from British
Columbia, and both are consigned to the
Banning Bros., of Wilmington.
Klse of Beef.
One effect of the continued snow
blockade in the northern part of tbe
State has been to cause a sudden rise in
the price of beef in this city. From 2}£
cents a pound "on foot," it has gone up
to 3®S}a cents, and may go still higher.
■, Pullman Paisensen.
The following passengers departed for
j the North on the 1:40 train yesterday:
Charles AVilderman, J. Lanstren, J. C.
Ainsworth, Mr. Klauber, G. A. Bilgee,
Captain Banning.
Undelivered Telegrams.
At the Western Union Telegraph office,
corner Court and Main streets, January
29, 1890: C. E. Crowley, A. Grant,
Veotura Arnais, Lydia S. Tremain.
My advertisement, "Drug Store For
Sale," has no reference whatever to the
drug store of Ellis & Co.; tbat store is
not for sale. A. J. Viklb.
For Coughs and Threat Disorders
use Buown'B Bronchial Troches.—"Have
never changed my niiud' respecting them, ex
cept I think better of that which I began thiuk
iug well of."— Btv. Henry Ward Jkccher. Sold
i nly in boxes.
Dr. Royer Home.
Dr Borer, of the Hammam, has returned and
is ia his office, 230 North Main street.
$50,000
To loan on good security, bond?, mortgages,
real estate Apply to Y. P. Kelly, rooms 1, 2
3 and 4, Lav Franco block, No. 118 North
Main street, LO3 Angeles, Cal.
Sohmer pianos and Estey organs.
Liberal terms and prices at C. E. Day's
music store, 8 N. Spring street.
Harris, the Hatter
And gents' furnisher, 204 S. Spring It. oppo
site the Hollenbeck.
The Bens $1 White Shirts
At Harrin", the hatter and gents' furnisher. 20'
South Spring street.
Harris, the Hatter
And gents' furnisher, 204 S. Bpring st., opposite
the Hollenbeck.
fortify the System Against Colds
By taking tho Turkish bath.
Spring Styles Silk Hats
At Harris', tbe hatter and gents' furnisher, 204
aouth Spring street.
Absolutely Pure*
rbo powder never varies. A model of parity
mil wholsomenoss. More eoonomloal than the
>rdlnary kinds, and oannot beaold ln comic
ltion with the multitude* of low test, short
veight, slnm of phosphate powder*. Bold oply
N CABS, ROYAL f)AKIN9 POWDM CO.. 106 WaU
t., N. Y. THE JOHNSON LOOKS KIBOAN
:iIe 00., San Franoisoo. Agent*. d4-4a
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Financial.
CXCEANBB BBYIBW.
New Yobk, January 29.-The stock market
today was irregular. The bears were aided-by
the repo-t that the Unlsu Pacific and the
Northwestern had withdrawn from the Inter
state Association. Sugar Henneries proved to
be the principal diM-uietirg feature. They
opened at 63, agaiust 04 last evening, and ra
pidly declined to 51% ou account of the report
that suit would be brought by ono of the organ
izers of the trust to recover a sum of money
which would bring the books of the trust into
court. It afterwards reacted and nearly re
covered the loss. The market closed heavy at
lowest figures.
Government bonds were weak for fours.
Petroleum, united, cloßed at 105' i for Feb
ruary.
BrOCKS AMD BOND?'.
•lons* YoBK ' Jauui *ry 29.—Closing quota-
J.S. 4s, coup Prefo.-rcd.... 75Ji
».«*, reg 123H North western . ...lllk
8 ' reg ■•••l24!*|N. W. Preferred .141
J. 8. 4>»5,c0up...124i- a ;N. V.Centrm 106%
"-acinous... 116 Oro&on Imp't 47
•.merlcan Kx. ...115 Navigation 100 V
Jknada Pacific.. 74> 2 Transcontinental. 36
aaada Sou. ... 55 Paolflo Mail 38'^
Central Pacific .. Reading 39%
'<«• '<-i 147 Rock Island 96%
J. L. <s W J35? 8 !8t. Paul 68%
J'jn ier A Rio Gr.. 116% -it.Louis AB. F.... 16J-
Irle 27% St. Paul A Omaha 32;,
--ians-Is Texas.... ;>%;Tesas Pacific 22
uake Shore 105% Union Paciflo 67%
89% C. S. Express 86
aioh Central 91% Western Union... 84V
Missouri Pacific.. 74% Am. Cotton 0i1... 28%
Northern Pao 32%; Fargo 138
Boston, January 29.—Closing prices:
A 4 T R R 132%: Mcx Con Ist m bs 70
Burl* yulncy,...lo7V,:Sau Diego 19
Mcx Cent oom 18 1
MININe STOCKS.
San FaAßCisco, January 29.—The follow
« 8 are the closing prices-
Best <fe Belcher.s2 40 Tale A Norcross 285
Chollar 240 PotOßl 1.70
..'on.Virginia... 465 Ophir 3.60
Gould*Curry.. 1.40 sierra Nevada.. 1.90
Han Fbancibco, January 29.-Silver bars,
96%997c. per ounce.
Mr a Ini .fiia.ik.ci*.
DOMESTIC.
dAN Fbancibco. January 29. — Wheat-
Very dull. Buyer, '90, $1 39 per cental.
Barley—Steady. Bnyer, season, 87% c. per
cental. Buyer, '90, 91% c.
Corn—Largo yellow, 95c. per oental; small
yellow, 81.10.
'(OBerni
Chicago, January 29.—Whiskey—$1.02.
ohonldors, *4.3t»@4..10; short clear, $5.05
95.10; snort ribs. ij>4.77%,
Barley—No trading.
Rye—January, 44c:.
gWOEN STATEMENT OF TUB CONDITIO!"
—OF
THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
OF LOS ANGELES
At the close ol business December 31, 1889,
ASSETS
Cash on hand $ 531,708 56
Cash on call with
banks and bank
ers 1,378,121 49
Total Available Cash $1,909,830 05
United States 4 per cent, and
otber Government Bonds 64,292 78
Stocks and Warrants 41,599 32
Loans and Discounts 1,901,627 71
Heal Ehtate,Vaults, Sales and Of
fice Furniture 11,790 45
.*3,929,140 31
LIABILITIES. ~~
Capital (paid up) $500,000 00
Surplus 500.000 00
Undivided Profits 332,182 10
Due Depositors 2,595,958 21
Dividends (declared anduncalled
lor) 1,000 00
$3,929,140 31
State of California, j
couuty of Lo Angeles. ( ss -
John Miluer, Cashier, and H. J. Fleish
man, Assistant Cashier cf the Farmers and
Merchants Bank of Los Augeles, beiug sever
ally duly Bworn, each for himself, -ays the
foregoing statement is true Co the best ot his
knowledge and belief.
JOHN MILNER, Cashier.
H. J. FLEISHMAN, Assistant Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th
day of January, A. D. 1890.
CONRAD JACOBY,
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Ja3o It
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
—OF THE—
STATE LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY OF
LOB ANGELES,
January 1, 1890. Commenced business
March 11,1889.
RESOURCES.
Cash on hand $60,507 53
Cash in Banks 12,869 47
Total Cash $ 73,377 00
Loans. 481,178 79
Stocks, bonds and warrants 11,699 20
Taxes 371 63
Fixtures 9,305 55
$575,932 22
LIABILITIES.
Capital (paid in) $300,181 00
Profit and Loss 9 393 08
Deposits 266,358 14
$575,932~22
State of California, j
County of Los Angeles, j 68 '
Geo. H. Bonebrake, President, and S. B
Hunt, Secretary, of the State Loan and Trust
Company of Los Angeles, beiug severally duly
sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing
statement is true, to the best of his knowledge
and belief.
GEO. H. BONEBRAKF, President.
8. B. HUNT, Secretary.
Subscribed aud sworn to before me, this 2d
day of January, 1890.
(seal ) RICHARD D. LIST, Notary Public.
ja4 lm
QALIFORNIA BANE, ~
Btatemont close December 31 1889.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts $ 484,115 50
Real estate, vaults and fixtures .. 137 502 00
Expense*;.... 9 354 08
Cash on hand $705,433 79
Cash in banks 217,867 91
923.301 70
$1,554.273~28
LIABILITIES.
Capital paid up $ 300,000 00
Surplus and Profits 42 999 88
Dividends uncalled lor ' 24 00
Dne c eposltors 1,211,249 40
$1,554,273 28
H. C. WITMER, President.
J2-lm T. J. WELDON. Cashier.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION '
—OF—
THE UNIVERSITY BANK
OF LOS ANGELEB,
At the close of business on December 31, 1889.
ASSETS.
Cash on hand $51,968 00
Cash dne from banks .. 22,101 52
Cash on call 5,422 51
9 79,492 03
230,575 9x
Furniture aud fixtures 2 796 77
Expenses and taxes paid 20
LIABILITIES. ,Wl ' 9lS 91
Capital stock paid in $100,000 00
ur P'»B- • 20,000 00
Undivided profits 21 380 B''
Due banks ' 71
Time deposits 64,470 45
Deposits subject to check 115,992 75
$321,915~98
STATEMENT OF THE PAID-UP CAPITAL
—OF THE —
UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES
On December 31, 1889.
Amount of Capital paid up in
United States gold coin $100,000 00
State of California, i
County of Los Anubles, f M-
R M. Widney, President, and George L Ar
nold, Cashier, of the University Bauk of 'Loa
Angeles, being severally duly sworn cadi
for himself, says tbe foregoing Statement in
true to the best of his knowledge and belief
R. M. WIDNEY, President
OEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thin on
day of January, A. D. 1890. ' 18 za
(seal.) W. S. JAME3,Notary Public
]a 4 lm
LINER (•» f'KAVKI.
Southern Pacific Gnpuj;"
IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIMK
Thursday, Nov. 28, 1889
Trains leave end are dne to arrive at '
Loa Ang-eles (New Arcade Oeitot)
Fifth Stbbbt, Daily, as Follows: }
Leaye~ForTj DignHATio*. Arr. From
l! 3:50 P. K. Banning j|lo :04a7m
5:10 F.M.J .Banning. 10:00 p •>
9:00 a.m.. Colton 8:57 a. m
II3:80 p. k. Colton -lIO'.OAa.k
•2.10 p. m Colton 4:20 p m
5:10 p. m .. .Doming and Baat... !0 ; ro P „
5:10 p.m.! ...El Faso and Bast.... 10:00 r.M.
12:36 p. M Long Beaoh 11:65 a. k
«50i m i Lol --8" Boach and! «.<,«. -
9,50 a. h. j aan Pedro. i
..lA, pu (Long Beach and
5:10 rM. j pan Pedro. | *»«».■
10:40r.M. ... Ogden and East 7:25 a.*.
.. Ogden and East .. 4:10 p.m.
io:*or. m. Portland, Or 7:25 a. «.
9:0 'A. M.i Riverside 8:57 A. M.
j18150P.1t.1 Riverside -|10:04 a.m.
' 2:10 P. M ! Riverside 4:20 p. M
Riverside 10:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. San Bernardino 8:57 a. j
|3:50f. M.i ... San Bernardino |10:04a.n
2:10 p. M.j ...San Bernardino 4:20 p.m
—San Bernardino 10.00 p. M. *
9:00 a. M Redlands !|lo:o4a.m 1
i 3:50 P.M. Redlands 10.00 p.m.
1:40 p. M. San Fran, and Sacram'to 7:25 A. v
10:40 p. M. San Fran, and Sacram'to 4:10 p. M.
9:30 a. m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 5:37 A. M.
5:03 P. M. [Santa Ana and Anaheim 3:35 p. v
1:10 p.m. ) Santa Barbara I 4:l'Jp. «
7:25, a. v. I Santa Barbara I 905 p. M
9:37 a.m. Santa Monica. ... 8:33 a.m.
1:07 p. M.j Santa Monica 12:08 r.M,
5:12 p.m Santa Monica 4:28 r, w,
v 6:10 P.M. Santa Monica (7:35 a.. m
' 4:23 P. M Tustin 9:03 a. «
i|ll:ooa.m Whittier p:lsr. si
4:23 P. M Whittier | 9:03 A. m
Looal and through tlokets sold, baggaj-i
Obeckod, Pullman sleeping car reservation!
made, and goneral Information given upon %-?
nil' ation to J. M. CRAWLEY, Asst. S. Pas. Agt.
No. 200 S. Spring St., cor Second. CHARLES
Mr--.*.* Agent at Depot.
|) Sundays exoepted IMondays excepted.
A. N. TOWN X, General Manage!
T. H. GOODMAN,
Gen'l Passenger and Tioket Act,
01-8 m
Southern California R'y Co.
"SANTA »'E IHUTfi.')
On and after SUNDAY, OCT, 27th,
1889, trains will leftvo and arrlvo at
Htreet Depot as follows:
Leave. Los Angeies. Arrive.
•8:30 a.m. Overland *4:20 p. n
»B:.V2a. m. San Diego Xx Coast L. *3:0Oa. m
*4:40 P. M. Saa Diego Ex Coast. L. *1:00 P. X
lain . «i )Bau Diego Ex vial
+8.30 A. M. j.^Bernardino..!
(Ban Diego Ex via)
liiivers'e A Oraugel o,or' M
•8:52 A. If. Santa Ana *8:0 r. m.
+10:30a.m Santa Ana +10:15 A m
+4:00 p.m Banta Ana *l:00p. M
*4:40r. x Santa Ana +6:50 p. x
+10:30 a.m. .. J Bly^ n | e T, »J - +6:50 P.M.
*S :30 a.m. (Riverside via San \ 2iSSt:2
*4:00 p. M. Bernardino... $
+10:30a.m ..Colton via Orange t < , : s? p M>
"8:30 a. M. Colton via San Brnd'o J? -2„ A ' J
*t:00p. M. Colton via Sau Brnd'o r 'Z
•8:30 a m ...San Bernardino....
*4:00 p.m. ...San Bernardino... +6:50 a.m.
+10:30 A. M. •4:20 P. K.
+7:45 a.m : ..'.'.'."Pasadena.+7:4o p.m.
*8:30 A. M- Pasadena +8:50 a. m.
+12:30 p.m Pasadena *9:55 a. m,
•4:00 p.m Pasadena +2:50 p.m
+5 05 p.m Pasadena. *4:20 p. M
+6.20 p. h Pasadena +6:10r. t
+12:30 p. m. DnarteAccommodat'n +7:40p,m
+6:20 p. m. DnarteAccommodat'n +2:50 p.m.
+ 10:00 a, m. .. .Port Ballona +3:55 p. v
*10.0*0 A. m Redondo Beach.... *8:25 a. m
*5 00 p. m. .. .Redondo Beach...! *3:55 p. m.
+8:30 a.m Ban Jacinto.... +6:50 f.m
+10:30 a.m. San Jaciuto
+1:40 p. M Bscondtdo +1:00 p. M
+8:30 a.m. Redl'nds and Mentone *9:55 a. m.
•4:00 p. M.jßodl'ndsand Mentom?! +4:20 p.m.
'Dally. +Dally except Sunday.
Trains leaving Los Angeles at 8:30 a. v. oon
necc at San Bernardino for all points south to
Oooansldo. Trains leaving Los Angeles at
10:30 a.m. and arriving at 6:50 p. m. conneot
bt Bast Riverside for all points south to Ocean-
Bide.
Depot at foot of Firrt street.
K. H. WADE. General Manager.
8. B. HYNES, Gon. Pass. Agent.
WILLIAMSON DUNN. General AfMI.
City Tioket Office, No. 29 North Spring street
CHAS. T. PARSONS. Ticket Agent.
PACIFIC COAST bTEAMSHIP COMPANY
Goodall, Perkins & Co., General Agents
San Francisco.
Northern routes embrace lines for Portland,
Ore.; Victoria, B. C, and PugetSoond, Alaska,
an *, all coast points.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
Time Tabic for January-) 1680.
LBAYB SAN FBANCIBCO
For
Port Harford.... \B. 8. Corona, Jan. 4. 12. 20
Santa Barbara... I and 28
San Pedro [B. 8. Mexico, Jan. 8,16, 24
San Diego J and Feb. 1.
For )8. S. Eureka, Jan 2, 10,
Redondo I 18 and 26.
Sau Pedro and (8. 8 Los Ansreles, Jan. 6
Way Ports .... J 14. 22 and 30.
LBAVB SAN PEDBO
For -I 8. 3. Mexico, Jan. 2, 10, 18
I and 26.
Ban Diego fB. S. Corona, Jan. 6, 14, 22
J and 30.
LBAVB SAN PEDBO
„ „ For )8 - 8 - Mexico, Jan 4. 12 20
San Francisco... ( and 28.
Port Harford.... fB. 8. Corona Jan. 8,16,24
Santa Barbara.. J aud Feb. 1.
LEAVE BAN PEDBO AND BEDONDO
For 1 8. 8. Los Angeles, Jan. 1,
San KraiiCisco ( 9,17 and 25.
, IT and fS. 8. Eureka, Jan. 5, 13,
Way Points J 21 and 29.
Cars to connect vrith steamers leave S. P. R.fc
dopot Fifth street, Los Angeles, as follows:
W:tn the Moxice and Corona 9:50 o'clock
a. m. ; with Los Angeles and Eureka, going
north, at 5:10 o'oloek p. v.
Passengers per Los Angeles and Eureka yl»
Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at 5:00 r.M.
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's ■ ffloo,
where berths may be secured.
The steamers Los Angeles and Eureka wn
call regularly at Newport pier for and with
freight and passengers.
The company reserve tho right to change tlu
stearcers or their days of sailing.
_ JW-For passage or freight as above or fo
tlokets to and from all Important points ln
Europe, apply to
„ „ W. PARRIS, Affent.
Office: No. 24 West Second St.. Los Angeles.
Leave Commercial street. Los Angeles, via S.
p. X X., for Alhamtira. Monrovia and
Way Stations,
WBBK DAYS—
Forenoo*. Afternoon.
9:00 8:54
Leave Monrovia for Alhambra, Lob Angeles
and Way Station. "-v*""™
Forenoon. Afternoon.
8.00 3-20
SUNDAYS—
The same time, except 3:54 p. m. train from
Commercial street, will leave at 214 v m
Passengers transfer at Ramona.
Time between Loa Angelea and Monrovia—One
hour,
INTIBMHniATB STATIONS BBTWBB2I TIBMIHAI
POINTS. BBSINNINe AT LOS ANOBLBS-
Boto street, Ban Mariuo,
Rati, Ban Gabriel,
Ramona, Sunny Slope,
Alhambra, Chapman,
Mayberry, Baldwin
Lake Vineyard, Arcadia
Special prlvllogeii to parties erecting red
dennxn on the lino of this road
E. F. BPENCB, F. Q. STORY
President. Gen.Manager.
Comapie GeDej^_Traasatlan¥p
FRENCH EINK TO HAVRE.
COMPANY'S PIER (NEW) NO. 42
i j North River, foot of Morton :<tr< et. __f_E&
Travelers by this line avoid both transit br
English railway and the discomfort of crosalni
tho Channel ln a small boat. >«««f
LA NORMANDIE, Frangoul, Saturday Feb
8, 6:30 a m. "
LA BOURGOGNE, Santelli, Saturday, Feb 15
1:00 pm. " '
La BRETANSE, Santelli, Saturday Feb 22
7:00 a. m.
LA GABCOGNE, Boyer, Saturday, March 1
1:30 a. n» ' f
For freight or passage apply to
A. FORGET, Agent,
He. 3 Bowling Green, New York
Tickets for sale by all railroad and stesmshli
offices ln Los Angeias. * ]
j. F. FUQAZI & 00., Agents, 6 Menttromen t
•re.S.F. d39tf *i
*i i (,h\i;ih «.
On Account of Dissolution of Co-Partnership
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE
WHITE BOUSE CLOTHING COMPAUY
WILL BE SOLD AT
PUBLIC AUCTION,
WITnOCT HESeiIVG OR LIMIT.
Sale Commencing Tuesday, Jan
uary 21, 1890.
ja2olu , COR. SPRING AND FRANKLIN.
GREAT SUCCESS OF OUR
Discount SaleT
Our Discount Sale has proved bo successful that we have
decided to continue it until our SPRING OPENING which
will take place some time in February, and which will be duly
announced. If you want good, honest, reliable goods, at
greatly reduced prices, now is your time.
20 Per Cent on all Overcoats!
10 Per Gent, on all Clotliing.
Cents' FuraMiiig Goods, flats, caps, Etc.
wmm k co.
N. W. Cor. Spring and First Sts.
THE BEST DOMESTIC
FOR HALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS COAL YARDS.
General Office, 21 ;Nortli Spring Street.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I am telling ont my entire stock of y?f^fcr.
Guns, Fife far Rifles ,--'-.?*v2>>^
AND REVOLVERS
AX COST. NO HUKBUO.
H. 13. ADAMS,
S oi-t smen'sEmporium, 18 Commercial Street,
LOS ANGELES, OAL iaisim*
HEADQUARTERS AT MO. 131 SOUTH MAIN STREET, FOR
MARTIN <fc WASHBURN GUITARS
OOKSON'S A STEWART'S BANJOS.
Violin and Gnltar Strings a specialty. Also a large assortment of musical instruments.
gtr-CXLL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS.-fKJ
N- B —All kinds of musical Instruments bought, sold and exchanged. ja9-lm
J. t. CUNNINGHAM,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
rranks and TraveliDg Bags.
132 8. MAIN ST., Opp. Mott Market,
epalring promptly attended to. Old trunks
iken in exchange. Orders called for and
elivercd to al 1 parts of the city. j l 3m
]|a|||| Los Angeles
TRUNK
mm FACTORY
HAS REMOVED TO
130 N. MAIN STREET,
Opposite McDonald Block.
MANTJFAOTDHEBBAND DEALERS IN
TRIMS and TRAVELING SATCHELS.
Repairing done at Short Notice
OLD TRUN KS EXCHANGE D
J al9 lm HTHOS, Prop.'
COCKLE'S
ANTI-BILIOUS
PILLS.
The Great Kngiiah Bemodv

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