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ELECTION OFFICERS.
Boundaries of the Precincts
for the Coming Events.
LIST OF THE POLLING PLACES.
The Boards to Be Named in the Or
dinances to Be Adopted Today
( by the Council.
Today the City Council will paaa its
ordinances deacribing the varioua pre
cincts and polling places for the coming
sewer bond elections. The names of the
officers on the election boards will be in
cluded in the ordinances. So far as ar
ranged, the precincts, polling places and
officers will be as follows:
First Ward.
A Precinct —All ol the ward lying
north of Downey avenue.
Polling place, 609 Downey avenue.
Inspectors—W. W. Stockwell, R., Dr.
A Schloss, D.
Judges—F.W. Tyler, R., C. F. Durr, D.
Clerks—J. J. Cooper, R., C. H. Cre
ciat, D.
B Precinct—All of the ward lying south
of Downey avenue.
Polling place, 516 Downey avenue.
Inspectors-R. E. Shaw, R., 0. H.
Eason, D.
Judges—Geo. Wicka, R., J. W Lang, D.
Clerks—E. E. Johnaon, R., J. E.
Frick, D.
Second Ward.
A Precinct—All that part of said ward
described as follows: Commencing at
the intersection of Lakeshore avenue and
Second street, thence on Second street to
west city line, along same to north city
line, along same to Alvarado street, along
Alvarado street to Bellevue avenue, along
Bellevue avenue to Lakeshore avenue,
along Lakeshore avenue to Second street,
the place of beginning.
Polling place, northeast corner of Bel
mont avenue and Temple street.
T. H. Taylor, R., J. D.
Judges—James Booth, R., J. W. Bow
ler, D.
Clerks—A. H. Merwin, R., N. J.
Judah, D.
B Precinct—All that part of said ward
described as follows: Commencing at
the intersection of Alvarado street with
north line of city limitß; thence along
Alvarado street to Bellevue avenue;
thence along Bellevue avenue to Lake
shore avenue; thence along Lakeshore
avenue to Diamond street; thence along
Diamond street to Canal street; thence
along Canal street to First street; thence
along First street to Main street; thence
along Main street and Upper Main street
to Bellevue avenue, and along Bellevue
avenue to Sisters' Hospital; thence
across Sisters' Hospital through Beaudry
avenue to Figueroa street; thence along
Figueroa street to city limits; thence
along city limits west to the place of be
ginning.
Polling place.southwest corner of Broad
way and Temple street. (Officers not yet
■elected.)
C Precinct—All that part of said ward
described as follows: Commencing at
the intersection of Los Angeles river and
the prolongation of Figueroa street;
thence along said prolongation; thence
along Figueroa street to Reservoir street;
thence across the Abila tract to the
northerly end of Beaudry avenue; thence
along Beaudry avenue to Bellevue avenue;
thence along Bellevue avenue to Upper
Main street; thence along Upper Main
street to Alameda street; thence along
Alameda street to San Fernando street;
thence along San Fernando street to
Downey avenue; thence along Downey
avenue to Los Angeles river, and along
Los Angeles river to place of beginning.
Polling place, No. 521 Buena Vista
street. (Officers not yet selected.)
Tblrd Ward.
A Precinct—All that portion of the
ward lying cast of Flower street, north of
Fourth.
Polling place, Old City Hall.
FIRST ELECTION.
Inspectors—W. C. Furrey, R., M. Mor
ris, D.
Judges—H. T. Newell, R., D.Felix,D.
Clerks—F. M. McCauley, R., W. H.
Toler, D.
SECOND ELECTION.
Inspectors—C. D. Piatt, R., J. L. Mor
ris, D.
Judges—H. T. Newell, R., D. Fe
lix, D.
Clerke—F. M. McCauley, R. ( W. H.
Toler, D.
THIRD ELECTION.
Inspectors—W. C. Furrey, R., M. Mor
ris, D.
Judges—J. M.Guinn, R., D. Felix, D.
Clerks—F. M. McCauley, R., W. H.
Toler, D.
B Precinct —All that portion of the
ward bounded by Main, Seventh, Flower
and Fourth streets.
Polling place, Chick's stable, on Fifth
street.
FIRST ELECTION.
Inspectors—Rev. Eli Fay, R , J. F.
Humphreys, D.
Judges—J. H. Jones, R., R. C. Guir
ado, D.
Clerks—George H. Pike, R., C. A.
Homer, D.
SECOND ELECTION.
Inspectors—Dr. D. Burbank, R., Chas.
Gassen, D.
Judges—A. L. Bath, B„ J. F.Humph
reys, D.
Clerks.—George H. Pike, R., C. A.
Homer, D.
THIRD ELECTION.
Inspectors—J. H. Jones. R., R. 0.
Guirado, D.
Judges—A. L. Bath, R., Chas. Gas
sen, D.
Clerks—George H. Pike, R., C. A.
Homer, B.
C Precinct—All that portion of the
ward lying west of Flower street.
Polling place, corner Sixth and Pearl.
FIRST ELECTION.
Inspectors—E. A. Forrester. R., E. 0.
Bosbyshell, D.
Judges—o. M. Wells, R., C. Galpin,
Clerkf—Paul lh French, R , F. M.
Lowry, D.
SECOND ELECTION.
Inspectors—G. W. McCoon, R., J. H.
Bryant, D.
Judges—Geo. C. Gotting, R., C. Gal
pin, D.
Clerks—Paul D. French, R., F. M.
Lowry, D.
THIRD ELECTION,
Inspectors—J. M. Witmer, R., E. 0.
Bosbyshell, D.
Judges—Gao. 0. Gotting, R., 0. Gal
pm, D.
Clerks—Paul D. French, R., F. M.
Lowry, D.
Fourth Ward.
A Precinct—All of the ward west of
Pearl and Figueroa streets.
Polling place, Pearl, near Pico.
THIS LOS ANGELES DAILY HERaLU: MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1890
Inspectors—l. R. Dunkelbergar, R.,
V. fonet, D.
Judges—J. H. Book, R., S. A. Ren
dall, D.
Clerks—Mark Jones, R., Chas. For
man, D.
B Precinct—All that porti 'n of the
ward lying east of Pearl and Figueroa
streets.
Polling place, Ninth-street engine
house.
Inspectors—A. L. Whitney, R., 0. L.
Blair, D.
Judges—Wm. Raymond, R., F. 0.
Wolf, D.
Clerks—Geo. Williams, R.» E. 0. Wil
son, I).
Flfta Ward.
A Precinct—The entire ward. *
Polling place, Washington Gardens.
Inspectors—W. S. Myers. R., E. T.
Parke, D.
Judges—W. J. Marsh. R., John Os
borne, D.
Clerks—J. R. Urmsted, R.
Sixth Ward. *
A Precinct—All of the ward lying
north of Washington street.
Polling place, corner Main and Fif
teenth streets.
Inspectors—John W. Hinton, R., Wm.
Chamberlain, D.
Judges—John B. Haas, R., Chas. J.
Peteler, D.
Clerks—A. G. Blocum, R., C. E. J.
White, D.
B Precinct—All that portion of the
ward lying Bouth of Washington street.
Polling place, east side Main street
between Twenty-fourth and Twenty
fifth streets.
Inspectors—F. Lanterman, R., Jos.
Huber, D.
Judges—W. H. Van Doren, R„ John
Weber, D.
Clerks—Frank McCoy, R., Lewis
Martin, D.
Seventh Ward.
A Precinct—All of the ward lying west
of San Pedro street.
Polling place, corner Fifth and Wall
streets.
Inspectors—R. B. Russell, R., A. A.
Frew, D.
Judges—W. H. Warren, R., Geo. A.
Bunch, D.
Clerks —W. W. Clark, R., A. J.
Lenix, D.
B Precinct—All of the ward lying east
of San Pedro street.
Polling place, corner Rose and Davis
streets.
Inspectors—George B.Webb, R., J. C.
Hamilton, D.
Judges—J. H. Adams, R., D. L.
Goade, D.
Clerks—F. A. Dewey, R., J. L. Tuck
er, D.
loiehth Ward.
A Precinct—All that portion of the
ward lying north of Macy street.
Polling place, 658 San Fernando street.
Inspectors—J. A. Cline, R., M. C.
Fordham, D.
Judges—A. E. Dixon, R., Isaac Whit
comb, D.
Clerks—
B Precinct—All of the ward south of
Macy street.
Polling place, Collins's livery stable.
Inspectors—J. A. Nelson, R., Samuel
Moran, D.
Judges—J. J. Reardon, R., George
Stevenson,D.
Clerks—Ed Booth, R., J. C. Mcln
erny, D.
Ninth Ward.
A Precinct—All that portion of the
ward lying north of First street.
Polling place, corner of Aliso and
Anderson streets.
Inspectors—J. H. Quackenbußh, R.,
J. R. Cale, D.
Judges—R. W. Bull, R., W. H. North
croft, i).
Clerks—R. W. Fowler, R., Chas. E.
Blake, D.
B Precinct—All that portion of the
ward lying south of First street.
Polling place, corner Boyle and Vir
ginia avenue.
Inspectors—Sam Kutz, R„ Joseph
Workman, D.
Judges—F. J. Teale, R., J. W. Coch
ran, D.
Clerks—George Stone, R, C. R.
Cross, D.
IN SAN FRANCISCO.
The "Rural Calif ornlan" to the
Fore—Piatt's Hall Secured.
Citrus fairs and exhibitions seem to
be the general order of the day, not
only under the auspices of the State, but
every section, during the past year, that
grows citrus fruits to any extent has had
its exhibition, and placed before admir
ing crowds the luscious golden spheres,
which of late years have rechristened
California the Golden State. Not only
have these displays been made in the
immediate sections where the fruit is
grown to perfection, but the fruit hap,
in many cases, been sent to distant cities
for the same purpose, notably the ex
hibit of San Bernardino county, now in
New York, and the exhibit of Placer
county at Piatt's hall, San Francisco.
Following the suggestion of the San
Francisco Chronicle, that nothing could
possibly be of more benefit to Southern
California than to place on exhibition in
San Francisco a fine line of the various
varieties of oranges and lemons grown
to perfection in this section of the Sta c,
the Rural Californian has secured,
through the courtesy of Mr. Clarence J.
Wetmore, of the State Viticultural Com
mission, the use of Piatt's hall, and all
the furniture and appurtenances ready
for placing and arranging the fruit in a
fine series of stars, harps, tripods, pyra
mids, etc., etc., well calculated to show
the same off to the most advantage.
The ouly expenses that the growers
would incur in placing an exhibit of the
citrus fruits of this section in San Fran
cisco would be for a man to look after,
and take charge of the exhibit, and also
the incidental expenses of gas, station
ery, etc., but these theßurai Californian
will freely pay, if the fruit-growers of the
different sections will combine and place
on exhibition a display of the fruits
grown in the different localities, after the
State citrus fair adjourns in Los Angeles.
The benefit to be derived from an ex
hibition of this kind in the loaning city
west of the Rocky mountains is not to be
overestimated; San Francisco being the
commercial headquarters nf a vast area
of country, always has within her board
ers a large floating population—in fact
strangers from the four quarters of the
globe, seeking openings, and looking for
lands and business opportunities. The
superior advantages of our soil and cli
mate for the cultivation of citrus fruits
are nowhere to be equaled on the foot
stool, and it must be obvious to all that
the opportunity for displaying our fruiii
has never been so favorable.
for dale.
Fine, stylißh, polished oak cart, made by R,
M. Bingham & Co., Rome, N. V.; front and
back Beat, carrying two to fonr light persons;
height of wheel, <-'?. inches; height of body
from floor, 30 Inches; length of shaft front of
bar, 6 feet 2 Inches; for small horse, 13 to 15
hands high; has been clightly used; is offered
at a bargain,
tcawi.ev, Kino & Co.,
Los Angeles and Requena streots.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorta.
A Historical Reception.
The Historical Society of Southern
California will give a reception to Dr.
Lyman C. Draper this evening in the
old city hall. General John Mansfield
will deliver the address of welcome. Dr.
Draper was corresponding secretary of
the Wisconsin State Historical Society
for thirty-three years, and built the so
ciety up from nothing to third in im
portance in tho United States. His visit
to the Pacific Coast ia for the especial
purpose of interviewing the descendants
of Daniel Boone, whose biography he is
writing. The meeting is public, and it
is expected that a large number of Wis
consin people will attend.
«2S
Cancer of the Nose.
In 1875 a sore appeared on my nose, ana
grew rapidly. As my father had cancer,'
and my husband died of it, I became alarms
ed, and consulted my physician. His treat-*
ment did no good, and the sore grew larger,
and worse in every way,until I had conclud*
ed that I was to.d'le from itß effects. I was
persuaded to take S. S. S., and a few bottles
cured me. This was after all the doctors and
other medicines had failed. I have had no
return of the cancer.
MRS. M. T. MA BEN.
Woodbury, Hall County, Texas.
Treatise on Cancer mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ua.
nl d&wl2m
H.J.W.
lhe Great Appetizer.
Famous H. J. W. Old Bourbon and Rye
Whiskey.
ABSOLUTELY PURE!
NO FUSEL OIL !
A great relief to those troubled with consump
tion, dyspepsia, debility, malaria, chills and
fever, loss of appetite, indigestion, influenza,
etc. Price, $1 per bottle, six bottles for 85.
This whiskey is dißtilled from selected grain
in Louisville, Ky., expressly for H.J. Woolla
cott, and is especially adapted for family and
medicinal use.
BOTTLSD ONLY BY
H. J. WOOLLACOTT,
184 and 126 North Spring- St., i.os
Angeles, Cal.
For sale by druggists and dealers in fine
liquors. Exclusive agency for towns given.
The above goods can be obtained from the
following agents:
O. 11. ROBERTS, Monrovia, cal.
BEO.B, HOC IN, Pasadena, Cal.
C. R.JDHIMSDN, litirlewood, Cal.
RAYMOND HOTEL, Kattfaiadena,
Cal.
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL, Redondo
Beach, < al.
A. V. VIMaL, Azusa, Cal.
HOTEL, METROPOLE, Avalon, Cal.
JOHN mcftOAH, Downey, Cal.
UI.I.MAN dc MILLER, Santa Ana,
Cal.
L. ESELBUKN. Yuma, A. T.
CHAS. YOUNUER, santa Barbara,
Cal.
C. N. CARSON, Rivera, Cal.
HEPBURN &. TERRY, Ventura, Cal.
J.HOBIMSON, Lamanda Park, Cal.
C. H. CON »NT, Ontario, Cal.
Fo" sale in th's city by the following well
known d uggists and dealers in fine liquors.
C. LslIX. 148 8. Soring st.
C. LAI X, (branch) 551 8. Broadway
S. W. LOCKETT, 003 8. Broadway
A. E. LITTLE BOY, 100 N. Main st.
URBAN A BUEHLEM, 601 S. Olive St.
A. H. BKOCKAMP, 115 S. Main st.
H. J. WOKLLACOTT, (branch) 453 S.
Spring st.
L. RO I H. 245 E. First St.
F. IUOHLE, 216 W. Sixth st.
MATRON A us' UHN, cor. sth & Depotsts.
CABLE PHARMACY, Boyle Heights.
H. C. WORLAND, Station B, Boyle Heights.
ANCILENO PHARMACY, 1208 Tem
ple st.
BEN. L. RAEH, cor. Temple st. and
Beaudry aye.
GEO. QUIHIE, 324 S. Main st.
SCHADE Sc CRANK, cor. sth & Spring sts.
felB-3m
Coming to Los Angeles
February 15th to 23th, 1890.
TWO WEEKS ONLY !
PRIVATE OFFICES:
21 South Main St., opp. Opera House,
LOB ANGELES, CAL.
Dr. Liebig & Co.
LIEBIG WORLD DISPENSARY.
INTERNATIONAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE
San Francisco, Cal., Butte City, Mont.,
Kansas City, Mo.
T\V f*\i(\(\f\avt The Specialist-ln-Chiof
Medical and Snrgical Association, will visit
Los ADgeles aud have offices for free consulta
tion and eisminatiou at 21 South Main street,
for the purpose of contracting with all those
desiring to be cured of Chronic, Special, Pri
vate and Complicated Diseases. Diseases of
Men and Women, the Lungs, Heart, Throat,
Head, Eyes, Ears, Blood and skin Diseases
specially treated and speedily cured. GlassKyes,
Artificial Limbs, Hands and Feet adjusted to
the body. Deformities of every kind skillfully
treated. Braces, Trutses, Electro, Voltaic and
Magnetic Appliances adjusted to every form of
malformation or ailment.
Remember the Special Surgeon aud Physician
oftheLlebig International Surgical Institute
of San Francisco, is the only responsible
Specialist visiting Los Angeles quarterly. Only
one call necessary, balance of treatment until
cured, by correspondence.
Offices at St. Charles Hotel, San Bcrnardiro,
March Ist, and at St. James Hotel, San Diego,
March 2d and 3d. 1890. ja2s d-eod-w-lm
"i3TO ®3.5 Q.
Finest Finished cabinet Photo*
grnphe.
We guarantee them to be as flne as any made
in the city. Coma ea,-ly with the babies.
a. B.—Parties holding contract tickets on
other galleries wiU be allowed 81.00 for Dame
on their erder.
WESNER,
127 West First street, bet. Main and Spring
U9-3m
fInSCE^LANKOfJS.
DR. PRICE'S CREAM
Baking Powder Stands at the Head
For Purity, Strength mid Effectiveness
The United States Government, 1889,
The Canadian Government, 1889,
Reports AMMONIA, in trie Royal
Baking Powder, while Dr. Price's
Cream is free from Alum and Am
monia, and all drug taints.
PINE
HAND-SEWED V \SL
SHOES
THE FINEST GOODS
Johnston & Murphy's Males
EEDTJCKD TO
. . $6.00. .
AT
GIBSON & TYLER,
(New No.) 150 NORTH SPRING STREET.
ia27 2m
TROY LAUNDRY!
WORKS: 571, 573, 575 N. Main St.
TELEPHONE, No. 46.
MAIN OFFICE: Ultra Lh Angeles National-Bant, First and Spring Street
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CHOICE ORANGE LANDS I
AT THE FOOTHILLS IN AZUSA.
We ale now SUBDIVIDING one of the Choicest 180-ACRE RANCHES in the ORANGE BELT Into
10-ACRE TRACTS, to place on the market at present bedrock terms and prices:
Ony $150 per acre, or One-fourth Cash, balance i, 2 and 3 years
1 c can show you orchards in Azusa where the oranges sold this year for $70 per acre from
trees three years planted, and others from $400 to $500 per Rcre, according to age This invelv
valur of about 8,000 acres, uuder the water ditches of the San Gabriel river is at the altitude
just bove the frost, fog, smut and scale, making it one of the healthiest as well as the most
prod ictlve for all purposes of any part of Southern California.
Stuated on the Santa Fe railroad, 23 miles from Los Angeles, where the river first leaves the
mountains, giving this valley a full and never-failing supply of pure water, standing the test o(
the dryest seasons. It being also the head of the San Gabriel valley, it is not far enough in the
intejor to place It beyond the force of the delightful suianur breezes from the ocean.
£sr**We also have some improved places in Azusa.
HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN,
ja2B-lm 2Q South Spring Street.
JOE BAYER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINE and LIQUOR
MEEOHANTS,
20 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 38
| fe6lm '
PABST BREWING CO.,
Formerly Bp. Best Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Thi Beer Is sold by the keg or In bottles. Family trade solicited. Orders delivered to
parts of the city.
BEST TONIC I^====—
A joncentrated Liquid Extract of MA I.'?" AND HOPS, free from alcohol. Invleoratin.
and nutritious. Insures a healthy apretite. Aidß digestion. Strengthens the system
Manufactured by the PABST BREWING CO. of Milwaukee, Wis. For sale by all Druggists.
Cal^TeTephon^No^iJA 016 Ag6nt Bouthern CalI,orlll ». No. 25 Elmira street, Los Angelei
(310. W. COOKE & CO.,
—WHOLESALE—
Paper Dealers and Bookbinders,
109 North i.os Angeles Street,
LOB ANGELES. PAX fit!
BAKER IRON WORKS.
54:2-0-/ Buena Vista St.
X«os Angeles.
44 aning Borita«B P«wifio 8i x-ndf.
Tuapaoue 124. 022
Orange Land
IN THE FOOT HILLS OF SAN GABRIEL
VALLEY.
Experts say the finest orange land in Cali
fornia. Plenty of water.
Will sell a few 10 and 20-acre tracts to parties
who will improve, at a low price and liberal
terms.
See this before baying,
Money to loan on real estate in any sum
Current rates.
8500 t« 82,000 to loan on collateral for short
time, at 8 per cent.
NFTtBf 1 TrT A PTRTTW
27 W, Second gt,, BmrdJck bioek.
14 Imx
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L.INE* or THA V Hi.. «
Sontheni Pacific Company
QCPOBTANT CHANQK OF TIME
Thursday, Nov. 28, 1889,
Trains leave and are dne to arrive at
I.os Angeles (New Arcade Depot)
Fifth btbset, Daily, as Follows:
Leave For. VMfOUtM. att. ftmrn,
Bannlnf <Jlo:o4a.m.
5:10 f.m .Banning 10:00 r. 5
9 00 a. M Colton siWAi
(|3:sor. m Colton 1110:04 a.m.
210j..m Colton 4-20TS
° r. m Deming and last... 10-.00 p.
5 :10 p - M - • El Paso and Bast 10:00 r i!
12:85 p.m. .....Long Besoh. .. U:6sa.£
.:50A.M. j l * n « 81ln B^ ro . M,l i B:»>A. ft
6:10, «. and
10:40 p. m Ogden and 8a5t..... 7 -.25 a. m.
Ogden and East ... 4:10 p.m.
!0:40 p. M Portland. Or 7:25 A. M.
„?:00 a. m Riverside. 8:57 a J
II 3:50 p. m Riverside ||10:04a.E
2:10p.m Riverside "4:20p £
• -jvl Biyerside 10:00 p. m.
9:00 a. m San Bernardino..... 8:67 a. m
H3:sop. m Ban Bernardino 110 04A.M
2:10 p, M San Bernardino 4:2op!m.
• • • Ban Bernardino 10:00 p. m.
9:00 A. m Redlands 1110:04 am
||3:50p. m Redlands 10:00p m,
1:40 p. m. San Frsn. and Sacram'to 7:25 a. m.
10:40 p. m. Ban Fran, and Sacram'to 4:10 p. M.
9:30 a. m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:87 a.m
5:03 p. m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 3:35 r. m.
1:40 p. m. 1 Bants Barbara ( 4:19 p.m.
7:251 a.m. ) Santa Barbara j 905r m.
9:37 a. m Santa Monica 8:33 a.m.
1:07 p. m Santa Monica 12:08 p.m.
5:12 p. m Santa Monlos 4:28 p, m.
II 6:10 p. m Santa Monlos 1 7:35 a. m.
4:28 p. M Tustin 9:03 A. M.
||11:00a.m Whittier ||3:16 p. £
4:28 p. M Whittier 9:03 a.m
Local and tnrongn tlokets sold, baggage
checked, Pullman sleeping oar reservations
made, and general information given anon so
oil atlon to J. M. CRAWLEY, Asst. 9. PssTAlt.
No. 200 8. Spring St., cor Second. CHARLES
SBYi «* Agent st Depot.
II Sundays excepted [Mondays excepted.
A. N. TOWNS, General Msnsgsr.
T. H. GOODMAN,
Gen'l Passenger sad Ticket Aft
01-8 m
Sontheni California R'y Co.
"SANTA FB KOI TK,»
IN EFFECT BDNDAT FEBRUARY, 23,1890.
■amvs, Los Angeles. Leave.
4 *4:00 p. M Overland »10 15 a T~
*11:45 a. m. San Diego Coast line *8 15 aZ'
•9:00 p.m. Ban Diego Coast Line "3AO ru
'9:55 a.m Pasadena no'ls a' 2'
2:40 p. m Pasadena *12-is»m
17:40 a. i Pasadena +7 iiS F" ~
+8:50 A. M Pasadena *loar'w'
V 4:00 p. m Pasadena. .al/Si , w
*lo:lsp M Pasadena +8 30!' If"
t<s 30 f.m Pasadena +5 2ot w
*9:55 a. m. . Banßernardlno... 1 w
•t 00 r, r ...Banßernardlno.... Jaoo.w
16:30 p.m ...Banßernardlno. .. glvin.'S'
>H(i,. (Riverside, Colton) to.wa.m.
+10-1 oi'w i»nd 8. *9 20 a.m.
tiu.iOA.M. ( . via Orange S +4:30 p.M.
t7; 40 A. M Duarte +5:20 P.M.
+10:10 a.m Banta Ana.
♦5:20 P. M Santa Ana. +4:30 p.m.
*8:10 a. m Redondo Beach.... *10:15 A.M.
*12.10p, a ...Redondo Beach... *l:00p. m.
'3:55 p. m . Redondo Beach... *5:25 p. m
• 9:55 A. H. Redt'nds and Mentone +10:15 A. M.
+4:00 p. M. Redl'ndssnd Mentone *4 00 p, m
+10:10 a. M.i Ban Jacinto.... +4:30 p. m.
•Dally. +Dslly except Ssindar.
Train leaving Los Angeles at 9:20 a. m. con
nects at East Riverside for Ferris, Elsinore and
points south. ED. CHAMBERS, Ticket Agent.
First-street Depot; CHAS. T. PARSONS, Ticket
Agtnt, 129, North SpriDg street.
uepot at foot of First street. f23
Compapie Qeneraie Transatlanliaie
FRENCH LINE TO HAVRE.
COMPANY'S PIBR (NBW) NO. 42
North River, foot of Morton street. SftMpSL
Travelers hy this line avoid both transit by
English railway and the discomfort of crossUsl
the Channel In a small boat.
LA No&MANDIE, Frangoul, Saturday, Feb
8, 6:30 a m.
LA BOOBGOGNE, Santelli, Saturday, Feb. 15.
1:00 p m.
La BRETAN3E, Santelli, Saturday Feb. 22
7:00 a. m. *
LA GABCOGNE, Boyer, Saturday, March. L
1:30 a. m
For freight or passage apply to
A. FORGET, Agent,
No. 3 Bowling Gr sen, New York.
Tickets for sale by all rsilrtsd and steamship
offices in Los Ango.es.
J. F. FUGAZI A CO., Agents, 5 Montgomery
» Te • d 29 «
PACIFIC COABT STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Goodall, Perkins A Co., General Agents
San Francisco.
Northern routes embrace lines for Portland.
Ore.; Victoria, B. C, and Puget Sound, Alaska,
an?, all coast points.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
Time Table for February, 1890.
LEA VIE SAN FBANCISCO
For
Port Harford.... IS. 8. Mexico, Feb. 1 917
Santa Barbara... I and 25. '
San Pedro fS. 8. Corona, Feb. 5, 13. 21
San Diego J and March 1.
For }8. 8. Eureka, Feb. 3, 11,
Redondo I 19 and 27.
San Pedro and fB. 8. Los Angeles, Feb. 7.
Way Porte J 15, 23 aud March 3.
LEAVE SAN PEDRO
For 1 8. 8. Mexico, Feb. 3, 11. 19
L and 27
-Ban Diego fS. 8. Corona, Feb. 7, 15, 23,
J and March 3.
LEAVE SAN PEDRO
For )8. 8. Corona Feb. 1, 9, 17
San Francisco... I aud 25.
Port Harford.... [S. 8. Mexico, Feb 5, 13,21
Santa Barbara..) and March 1.
LEAVE SAN PEDRO AND REDONDO
For ) 8. S. Log Angeles, Feb. 2,
San Francisco 1 10,18 and 26.
and fS. 8. Eureka Feb. 6. 14.
Way Ports J 22 and March 2.
Oars to connect with steamers leave S. P. R.R.
depot, Fifth street, Los Angeles, as follows:
Wit ~ the Mexico and Corona si 9:50 o'clock
A. m. ; with Log Angeles and Eureka, going
north, at 5:10 o'olook p. m.
Passengers per Los Angeles and Eureka yla
Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at 5:00 p.m.
Plans of steamers' osbins at agent's tfnoe,
where berths may be secured.
. The steamers Los Angeles and Eureka wIU
call regularly at Newport pier for and with
freight and passengers.
The company reserve the right to disuse the
steamers or their days of galling.
aW"**For passage or freight as above or far
Uokete to and from all important points In
Europe, apply to
W. PARRIS, Agent.
Office: No. 124 West Second St., Los Angeles.
R G. V. Rapid Transit R'y.
Leave Contmeroial street, Los Angeles, via S.
P. R R., for Alhambra. Monrovia and
Way Stations.
week oats— »
Forenoon. Afternoon.
9:00 3:84
Leave Monrovia for Alhambra, Log Angeles
and Way Stations,
Forenoon. Afternoon.
8:00 3:20
SUNDAYS—
The same time, except 3.54 p. m. train from
Commercial street, will leave at 2;14 p. mi
Passengers transfer at Ramona.
Time between Los Angeles and Monrovia— Ore
hour.
INTERMEIUATIf BTATIONB BETWEEN TBBMIBAJ
POINTS, BK6INNINB AT LOS AN»«LES—
Soto street, San Marlnu,
Bats, San Gabrlet,
Ramons, Sunny Slope,
Alhambra, Chapman,
Mayberry, Baldwin
Lake Vineyard, Arcadia.
Special privileges to parties ereotlng real
doners on the line of this road.
E. F. SPENCE, F. Q. STORY
President. Gen. Manager.
O. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist and Chemist,
No. IBS N. Main St., Eos Ansxeles,OSU
¥to*o rlpAlojii carets y compesxded day and
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