United States Signal Service.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
February 25, 1890:
Time. Bar. I Ther. | R H'm W'd | Vel. |
6:07 a.m. 29 961 43 I 70 NE ■ 9 |Cldlss
5:07 r. M. 29 931 51 | 86 SW 4 Cl'dy
Mar tea., 56; mln. tern., 41. Rainfall in
agt twenty-four hours, inappreciable.
Ban Francisco, February 25 —Forecast till 8
p. m. Wednesday: Fair weather in northern
portion; local rains in southern portion. West
Chicago, February 25.—N00n — Tempera
tare: New York, 42; New Orleans, 72; St.
Louis, 48; Cincinnati, 52; Chicago, 36; Win
nipeg 28 below.
J. L. Traslow was down from Santa
Frank Flint went to San Francisco
Mrs. H. A. Watson returned yesterday
from a trip to Ban Francisco.
C. L. Jenka was a passenger on the
north-bound train yesterday.
George Mason, a Whittier capitalist,
has removed with his family to this city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McDonald, of San
Bernardino, were in the city yesterday.
Miss Anna Webb left yesterday for
Oro Grande, San Bernardino county, to
be gone several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Norwood and
daughter, of Paterson, N. J., are spend
ing a few weeks in Los Angeles.
J. W. Shanklin, one of Oakland's
prominent citizens, arrived yesterday on
a visit of a few days to relatives here.
Mrs. Hattie G. Bath went to Monrovia
yesterday afternoon to spend several
days as tke guest of Mrs. E. F. Spence.
John R. Lemon, a banker of lowa, has
become interested in property in Clear
water. He is "wintering" is. this
Mr. E. J. Baldwin is in the city, hav
ing come down to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Kelly, mother of Julius Kelly, of
this city. The deceased was an aunt of
Captain W. Roberts, 27 Banning street,
has a son, Oscar W. Roberts, at present
a resident of New Mexico. The Captain
sends the Herald word that his eon is
in no way connected with the recent
capiureof the Governor of that Territory
William F. Bosbyshell, the vice-presi
dent of the Southern California National
Bank, returned yesterday from a month's
visit to the East. Mr. Bosbyshell re
ports business very quiet all through the
section he traveled, and thinks Los An
geles is as prosperous as any of the]
Eastern cities. He is heartily glad to get
William M. Usher, Santa Ana; W. H.
Engliah, Denver; E. B. Strong, San
Francisco; Ed. F. Murphy, San Fran
cises; C. L. Davis, Keokuk, Iowa; G
N. Coffin and wife, Cambridge, Mass.;
A. E Btevena and wife, New York; H.
K. White and wife, Detroit; W. H.
Keicuum, New York; J. R. Irwin and
wif?, Kansas City ; C. 8. Miller, Omaha;
Mrs. J. W. Dougherty, Prescott, Ariz ;
Dr. M. S. Battles and wife, Now York;,
H. P. Beach and wife, Pekin, China; W.
B. Jerreuns, Chicago; John L. Truslow,
Santa Barbara, are at the Nadeau.
E. Mcßurney and wife, Santa Barbara;
E. F. Hutchins, Chicago; Hiram H.
Lee and wife, Denver, Col.; W. H. Ben
nigh, Evansvilie, Ind.; H. S.Morris
and wife, Oakland; H. S. Rich and wife,
Red Wing, Minn.; J. H. Forbes and
wife, Galveston, Tex.; Dr. W. S. Hick
man, Georgetown, Cal.; E. Dustons, St.
Paul, Minn.; A. Davison, wife and
daughter, Davenport, la.; R. H. Stevens,
New York; C. E. Hunt and wife, How
ard, HI.! A. D. McDonald aud wife, San
Bernardino; J. F. Rhodes, Fresno; J.
Z, Edwardß, Riverside; H. Nordman,
J, Lsmme, Joseph Herzberg and William
A. Kolbie, S*n Francisco; Thomas A.
Hall, C. P. Bennett, Danburv, Conn.;
John A. Nisbet, Greenville, Perm.; F.
H. Emery and wife, Boßton ; C. A. Hol
lenbeck, Louisville, Ky.: Charles Mat
thews and wife, St. Paul, Minn.; John
Bradford aud wife, Omaha, Neb.; O. B.
Stubbs, Richard Williams and C. E.
Williams, Portland, Or.: John Norwood,
wife and daughter, Patterson, N. J., are
at the Hollenbeck.
The Ladies' Literary Association of
Boyle Heights will gire an entertain
ment tonight at the M. E. church on
There will be a musical and literary
entertainment given by the Young Men's
Literary Society at Caledonian hall, 23
South Spring street, tonight.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $42,152, and were 64
in number. Of these 15 were for more
than $1,000 each, and 34 were for nominal
A sack of ap fine clams as were ever
seen in this vicinity were received at the
Herald office on Monday, from John
McGarvin, of Alamitos. Clams evidently
thrive well in thia climate.
The Alta-street division of the Downey
avenue cable was put in motion again
yesterday morning for the first time since
the December rains. Cara now run clear
through to Prichard street.
The ladies of the East Side Baptist
church gave a very pleasant social last
evening. A prominent feature of the
programme was a piano trio and the reci
tation, "Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight,"
illustrated with twelve stereopticon views.
The ball game at Athletic park this
afternoon for the benefit of the picked
nine from the Riverside and San Ber
nardino clubs, who played here on Satur
day and Sunday last, promises to be very
interesting, and a large attendance is al
ready assured by the number of tickets
already disposed of.
At half-past 6 o'clock last evening an
old peanut-vendor named D. M. Gardela
waa knocked down and severely injured
by the pole of a double-seated surrey
containing three women, which was
driven by a young man, on the corner of
First and Spring streets. Gardela was
conveyed to the police station in the
patrol wagon and treated by Dr. Wing.
R. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care
tully drawn. Removed to 123 W. Second st,
Burdick block. Telephone 595 ■
Tbe ueiinqui'iil Tax List.
Copies of tbe County Delinquent Tax
Lilt can be obtained at the Herald
Use "German Family" soap.
THELOSANGELES DAILY HJBKALD: WEDNESDAY MuKiaflQ, FEBRUAKY 26, 18b0.
A Study in Finances.
Editors Herald — What militates
most against silver?
Is it not the fact that the present gen
eration east of tbe Rocky mountains
have known no other currency save green
backs and national bank notes, varying
in value from five cents to one thousand
dollars? And when something smaller
than five cents has been needed, has it
not been customary to use postoffice
What would he the effsct if Congress
were to enact that the national banks
should issue no note of a denomination
less than fifty dollars ? What is tbe value
of the lowest notes issued by the Bank
of England; by that of France? And
ho*• much more silver is there in circu
lation in those countries per capita of the
population than in the United States?
Say that there is four times as much
silver in circulation in proportion to the
population, and that there is $300,000,000
of silver in use in the United States, aud
that by driving out the smail note circu
lation of the national banks $1,200,000,-
OOOcould be brought into ureas currency,
how would that affect silver?
Of course the friends of national
banks will say that if this were done,
State banks would immediately assert
themselves and we'd go back to the un
satisfactory financial Btatus that existed
prior to the inauguration of Chase's na
tional bank system. But does thi"
necessarily follow? If there were gold
I and silver enough in circulation for the
daily wants of the people, would not
hank notes varying in value from $50 to
$1,000 afford merchants all the facilities
needed in the way of trade?
What would be the effrfct upon the
mining industry of this Coast if silver
were at par—that is, if sixteen and one
half pounds of silver were worth one
pound of gold?
Some of your readers would like to
hear your views on the above questions.
A Frank Manlier.
I. W. Hellman, who ia to be president
of the bank that is to succeed the Nevada
Bank, ia speaking quite freely of the plana
of tho new institution, thereby of course
exciting the surprise and even indignation
of our old bankers. But we do not know
that the community will not welcome
Mr. Hellman's innovation on the estab
lished practice. It may be a good
idea to be frank and unaffected in deal
ing with the public. We know that
the traditional banker is an exceedingly
reserved, intensely dignified, c jld and un
communicative person, and indicates in
his whole manner the pressure of enor
mous secret responsibilities on the bear
ing of which, with integrity, wisdom and
success, all his facul lias are concentrated.
Tnere is, in other words, a good deal of
snobbishness, affectation and humbug
generally about the traditional
banker, and the public know
ii. We see no reason why a banker
should be a more austere, unapproach
able and sphinx like personage than a
grocer or drygoods man in a large way
of business, or tho owner of real estate,
and perhaps Mr. Hellman thinks so too.
If so, we do not think his opinion will
itnDair the popularity or damage the
business of his bink.—[S. F. Report.
Tne above look-on-this-picture-then-on
that paragraph shows what a sensation
Loa Angeles's unaffected and matter-of
fact banker has created in the Bay City.
I Mr. Hellman always is direct aud un-
I m ,t< n v.-ri ,t I elcarrauus.
At the Western Union Telegraph office,
corner Court and Main streets. February
25,1890: Austin W. Smith, Frank Sell,
G. K. Porter.
GEO. A. WEEXER,
Geo. A. Werner, the well known book engraver,
Of 531 California St., S. F., writes to the Edwin W.
Joy Co., that his wife has been taking Joy's Veg
etable Sarsaparllla for months for liver trouble
and indigestion with splendid results. He says,
"we have found it invaluable for keeping the
lystem regulated. It divides the load with a
dyspepsial stomach and replaces the distressing
lense of fulness and oppression with a feeling
of ease and relief. It is a perfect liver and bowel
regulator. We have both been taking it ior
months. It Is good to have handy."
To the Public, My Friends and
In justice to my own family, the un
dersigned, being widely known in Los
Angeles city and county, and in many
sections of the Hate, hereby declares
that Annie Lindenfeldt, connected with
i certain scandal reported in certain of
the daily papers of the 22d and 23a inst.,
is not my daughter, and my family ib
in no way connected with the said scan
dal. Dr. N. Lixdenfeld,
No. 1 Market street.
Excursions to Redondo Beach.
Southern California railway trains
leave Santa Fe Station at 10:15 a.m.,
1:00 p. m., 5:25 p. m.; arrive at Redondo
at 11:05 a. m., 1:50 p. m., 6:15 p. m.;
returning leave Redondo at 7:20 a. m.,
11:20 a. m.. 3:05 p. m.; arrive at Lot
Angeles at 8:10 a. m., 12:10 p. m., 3:55
p.m.. daily. Fare, 75 cents for round
An Interesting Entertainment.
We call attention with pleasure to the
graceful performance of seven beautiful
young ladies, illustrating the popular
Delsarte system. It combines grace of
movements, expression of the emotions,
and healthy exercise. Hazard's pavilion,
Friday and Saturday evenings next.
Grand Opening—Brewers' Home.
Tonight the Brewers' Home saloon,
300 North Main street, corner of Arcadia,
will be opened by the new proprietors,
Eschelbach & Billich. A fine lunch will
be served and a band of music will be
in attendance. Only pure Philadelphia
beur on draught. Come everybody.
W. E. Beeson will sell on Thursday,
February 27th, at 127 South Fort street
(now Broadway), between Second and
Third streets, the remainder of goods
unsold Monday, consisting of all of the
best furniture and silverware. Sale
positive and without reserve. Ladies
especially invited. Don't fail to attend.
Ben. 0. Bhoades, Auctioneer.
The ladies of the Christian chnrch will serve
lunch from 11 a. m. to 2:30 p.m., Thursday
and Friday, at 218 West First street, in the
On sale, beat wallpaper, 7 cents per r 11. F.
J. 8auer,.2:17 South Spring street.
Basse made Bnckwbeal Cakes
And mince pie* at the Hollenbeck hotel cafe.
Try Turkish baths and have health
Try Turkish baths for coids
Try Turkish baths for rheumatism
Try Turkish baths for liver and kidney
At the Hamman, 230 South Main street.
Just in, gold wall paper, 12' .; centa ru>r mv\
F. J. Bauer. 237 South P *'
Buggy robes and blankets at Foy's harness
shop, 217 Los Angeles street. ess
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cftstorfa.
The powder uo*er veiiec A modo! of pnritj
and wholiomenoss. Mo. o eoonomlaal thaii the
ordinary kinds, and omnot be cold in compe
ition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, slam of phospcate powders. Sold only
in cans, Royal Baking Fowdbb Co., 106 Wall
s t., N. Y. THS JOHNSON LOCK 8 MKB.CAN
T TI X tin. i»n »r«rnl.»n 4.*an»t. .14-4 m
a . v k ii>:< » ii,*:t>.
W. E. BEESON'S
kutim and Commission Hoase,
NOB. 119 and 121 W. SECOND BT.
leremptorv Sales of i;ew »nc! Seoond-Ham'
TUESDAY, FEB. 23,
THURSDAY, FEB. 27,
SATURDAY, MARCH 1,
At 10 a. k. and 2 r. m
AUCTION SALE OF HOKBE3 AND OAI
RIAGEB ON SATURDAYS.
kr* v. khoaden. Auctioneer.
A A Take no shoes unlesfl
bottom. If the dealer cannot Supply yon.
send direct to factory, enclosing advertised
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CEN7LEMEN.
Fine Calf. Heavy Laced Grain and Creed
Best In the world. Examines hia
•5.00 GEM INE H.VSW-SKWKD SHOE.
•4.00 H AMISEWEII Wi.l.T SHOT..
83.50 rOI.ICF, AND I'AltM Kits' SHOE.
82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
83.85 & S'J WOKKIXGMKVS SHOES.
•Ii.OO and 81.75 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All made in Congress, Button aud Lace.
$3 & $2 SHOES ladies.
81.75 SHOE FOE MISSES.
Best Material. 15est Style. Best Fitting.
W. I . Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold ly
Boat and Shoe House,
Bole Aecnte for Los Angeles.
fl-5m 129 WEST IKtM ST.
IN THE FOOT HILLS OF SAN GABRIEL
Experts say the finest orange land in Cali
fornia. Plenty of water.
Will sell a few 10 and 20-aere tracts to parties
who will Improve, at alow price and liberal
See this before buying,
Money to loan on real estate in any sum.
$500 f> $2,000 to loan on collateral for short
time, at 8 per cent.
NEUSTADT & PIRTLE,
27 W. Second st., Burdick block.
A Speedy Cure Warrantetl.
DR. BELT.'S GERMAN EXTRACT CURES
all private, ehroi i«, syphilitic, urinary,
skin and blood diseases; catarrh, lung affec
tions, female complaints, and all such diseases
as are brought about by Indiscretion and ex
cesses; tX. No cure no pay. Dr. Bell's
French Wush cures all private diseases b'ood
poison, old sores and ulcers, G. & G in •wo or
three days, $1. No prepa-ation on earth equal
to it. For sale only at tne celebrated BERLIN
DRUG STORE 505 South Bnrtav street Los
Angelos Cal. They have over ilO.ooo testi
monials of wonderful cures. felO cod
Finest Finished Cabinet Photo
We guarantee them to be as fine as any made
In the city. Como early wih the babies
N. B. -Parties holding contract tickets on
other galleries will be allowed $1.00 lor same
on their order """""
127 West First street, bet. Main and 3prlng
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, CIEUR DE LION
Commandery, No. 9, K. T. - Hold. itJ
ctated oonclaves in tho asjium ln Masonic HIM
sor. of Spring and First .ts.. on the toird Thurl.
dayofoach month, at 7:30 p v. "tira-
LOB ANGELEB COUNCIL, NO. 11 ROVat
and Select Masters, F. and A. M.-HoldaftS
stated assemblies on the fourth Monday of p«J*
mouth, at 7:30 p. M., at. Mesonio Hal! Kr,,i™
St.. bet. First and Second b P" n K
Meets on second and fourth Wednesday
st° month at Pythian Castlo, 24
O.KLCICH WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS wr>
tt 22-Meets first and third Friday o f'eSh
ORANGE LAND AT REDLANDS
$200 Per Acre on Ten Years' Time.
H ;«' idMl Rnd General A » ent of Uie BARTON LAND
AND W ATER COMPANY, is now selling the finest Orange Land in the City of
Kedlaade for $200 per acre, 10 per cent, cash and no further payment for ten no
years except b% per cent, per annum, with one (1) inch of water, miner* measure
ment, to.every seven acres in pipes at every ten-acre tract, San Bernardino VallVv
Branch R. R and Motor Line through the center of ranch. Canning establishment
and packing house also on the land. No fruit pests of any kind, and not enough of
frost to injure the orangefl. This is a good opening for the capitalist and bupinew
man, as well as for the poor man. The fruits produced will certainly meet the r»-.
meats. For maps and particular;?, apply to
W. P. McINTOSH,
J : ,(J lm Rooms 7 and 8, No. 42 South Main st., Lop Angeles, Cal.
I CAN YOD TELL A BARGAIN IF YOU SEE IT? I
NOW THEN CALL AT *
HOUBB, AND Ji'DGE FOB yOTJRB9iF. I
Our $10.00 Suits are still selling for $4.90
Our $12.50 Si'k Mixed Suits must be closed for $G 25
Our $15.00 Dre-s Suits nre reduced to $7.50
Our $20.00 Prince Albert Suits are reduced to $12.50
Our $1.50 Derby Hats, this week 95 cents only 5
Oar $2.so Crush Hats, this week $1.25 only
Our $3.00, $3 .50 and $4 .00 Hats most go at $1.75 only 5
'k SPECIAL-250 dozen White Uulauudered Dress Shirts, worth 75 cents,
H reduced to 35 cents.
jjj on hand early before the bargains are all sold.
ITP A T~\ AT\ /[ UNDER NADEAU HOUSE
I Cj. jT\. 1-J Jr\. IVI, New No. 113 South Spring St.
DISEASES OF THE
Head, Throat, Lungs
Successfully treated by
M.HILTON WILLI AM s M.D.
M. C. P 8. 0.,
By His Hot Air Medicated Inhalations and his
COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT.
It is a common error to suppose every disease
which is at ended by oppressed breathing to be
Asthma or Phthisic. We have shortness oi breath
in Consumption sua Paeumoais, Just as we do
in Asthma, only that in tnese diseases it Is al
ways present, whereas in Asthma it occurs in
Asthma is a spasmodic disesse of tho lungs
which manifests itself In periodic attacks or
"fits" It comes on suddenly and is attended
with great difficulty of breathing while it last
but when the attack is over the patient breathes
almost as well as in health.
Nervous. Humid aud Dry Asthma are nsmes
given to different formsof this disease. Empny
bemu is another and more'inveterate kinu of
At.tlima, while Hay Fever or Rose Cold is a pe
culiar variety o' Asthma which occurs at a
certain season of the year. Each of these forms
ol disjase differs somewhat from the others in
sy,. ptortiK, but practically these distine.iousare
of very little value. It does not matter to the
patient which form of Asthma h« has, since his
sufferings are the same in all. In one case the
expectoration becomes yellow, and we call it
bronchial. In another it is iightand we c-llit
dry When he coughs vp clear water, with a
white froth on the surface, we say he has
Humoral Asthma. In Nervous Asthma there is
very little expectoration of any kind. Hsy
Fever always begins as a crying coid i i the
head or influenza, and a clear water runs from
thu nose and the eyes before the Asthma tit
comes on. In Emphysema tbe expectoration is
generally thick, aud continues so in the
interval between the fits, while the shoituess
of breath is increased on the slightest exertion.
It is a foolish conceit of many people to
believe that if they have Asthma they cannot
get Conrumption. The truth is the very op
posite. They are more liable to fall Into Con
sumption because they have Asthma. Another
idoa i -that Asthma itself is not a dangerous
disease, and yet the published bills of mortality
for this city prove to all who read them that
great numbers lose their lives every year by
this foul destroyer of our homes.
Wit out courage and perseverance nothing is
curable. But with these aided b, proper and
skillful treatmebt, Asthma can be cured even
after the lungs are extensively diseased.
Persouß desiring treatment by thu system of
practice can use the remedies at home as well
as at our office, and which will cause no incon
venience or hindrance from business whatever.
Every case of Aethma is curable Eastern
visitors and invalids will be wise in being cured
before they return home.
Tiioee wco desire io consult with me in regard
to their eases had better call at the office for
an examination, but if impossible to visit the
office ncr oually can write for list of questions
and circular, both of whioa will bo sent free ol
M. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D .
IST ». Broadway, Los Angel es, Cal
Office honrs—From 9 A. »t. to 4 r. sc.
Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. v.
Residence—ls South Grand Avenue
The Mac in g- Stallion !
STANDARD TROTTING BRED.
Wl]l maEe the season of 1890
at Kla Hills Farm, corner i f Downey avenue
aDd Alta street. Dashwood by Legal Tender
sire of Red Cloud, 2:18, Rowdy Boy, nnd
many others in the *:30 list; dam by Volunteer
(sire of St. Julien, 2:1\%, aud thirty others in
the 2:30 list) by Kysdyk's Habletonian.
TERMS—SSO the season wllh return privilege
provided the horse is still owned by me.
Patronage $3.00 a month. All mares at owners'
GEO. HINDS, Ownar.
J. Komero, Manager. fel2 lm
Telephone 188. P. 0. Box 537.
LOS ANGELES FISHING GO,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FISH, OAOTE AMI! POULTRY
All kinds of OYSTERS always on hand.
Stalls 9, 11, 13. 16, 18 and 20,:Mott Market,
1 Lot Angeles, Oal. 115 2a
LIItQHKK V A Hits.
CLiHK 1 WfWR,
ALL KINDS OF
San Pedro Street,
P. 0. Box 1235. Telephoue 178.
PERRY, MOTT & GO'S
AND PLANING MILLS,
No. 76 Commercial Street. f 1 If
Mill and Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Main Office; LO3 ANGELES. Wholesale Yard
at SAN PEDRO.
Branch Yards: Pomona. Pasadena, Lamanda,
Asuza, Burbauk. Planing Mills: Los Angele
and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order.
Western Lumber Ge.
l/'or. Ninth and San Peffire Streets,
L ; .UZISMK cf all class can be had at this v»*d
mile and Yard*— Portland, Oregon.
Wholesale Yard—Redondo Beach.
WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS
Lumbering and ilanufg Co.,
Mannfactarers of Fir and Spruce Lnmber.
Dealers in Flooring, Siding, P.us'.ic, Lath, Pick
ets, eto. Special orders cm to suit purohaaers.
L«ge orders in extra sizes and lengths solicited
YARDS—COR. NEW MAIN AND SAN FEE
NANDO 8T3., LOS ANGELES.
127 tf CHAS. WIER, Agent.
J. M. Griffith, President.
H. a. Stevenson, Vlce-Preis. and Treaii
T. E. Nichols, Soc'y. X. L. Chandler, Bnp«
J. I. GRIFFITH m?k%
And Manufacturers of
»oot»), Windows, Blinds, Sl.alrn,
Mill work of every description.
N. Alameda St., Angolan.
J. C. CUNNINGHAM,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
Trunks and Traveling Bap,
132 8. MAIN ST.,Opp. Mott Market.
Repairing promptly attended to. Old trunks
taken ln exchange. Orders called for and
delivered to all parti ol the city. U lm
Southern Pacific Coiopaoi
IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME
Thursday, Nov. 28, 1889
Trains leave aad are doe to arrive at
l « A»*relcs (New Arcade llepot)
FIPTH 3TBKBT. DAILY. AS FOLLOWS '
Leave For, dbbtikatiom] Arr. From
ll3:50 r. N Banning 110 04.4 ■
5 10 r.M .Banning 10 00 p i
9:00 a.m Colton 8 ; 57 i's
(8:50 r. M Colton U0 04AM
210 r.M Colton 4:20 pS
5:10 p.m Deming and Bast... 10-eo r v
5:10 p.m. ...KlPsbo aud Hast.... 10:00 r.M
12:35 p. M Long Beach 11:65 a. h,
3:50 A.M. i^ Bln Be p^ h ro .* nd i 8:20 A.M.
5:10 r m. |Long 8M Be p ach o andj
10:40 p.m. ... Ogden and Hast 7:25 a.m.
Ogden and Kant.... 4:10 p.m.
10:40f.m. . ....Portland, Or 7:20 a.m.
9:00 a.m Riverside 8:57 a.m.
II 3:50 r. m. Riverside '0:04 a.m.
2:10 p.m Riverside 4:20 p.m.
■ •„ Riverside 10:00 p. m,
„» :0 5 A -"* San Bernardino 8:57 a. M
* Banßernardlno ||10:04A.lf.
210 r.M San Bernardino 4:20 p.m.
San Bernardino 10:00 p. M.
,^ ;, r '<' A>M Redlands ||10:04a.m
U?is2 r,M ' „ • -Badlands 10 00 p. m,
tn tn I 1 I*° S rttn ' '""J Bacram'tc 7:25 A. al.
10:40 r. m. San Fran, and Sacram'to 4-10 p m
9:30 a. m. Santa Anaand Anaheim 8 ; 37 a' k'
5:03 r. M. Santa Ana andAnahetzn 3 35 P " w
ll 40 p.m. j Santa Barbara f 410 pi
7:25iA. M.l'l Santa Barbara j 905 p'«'
9:37 a.m.; Santa Monica. ... 8:33 as
1:07 p. M Santa Monica.... 12 OS p" 2'
5:12 p.m SantaMonina. ... 4:2Bpm
i! 0:10 r.M Santa Monioa. ... 17-.35 am'
4:28 p.m Tnstin 9 03 a m
||11:00a.m Whittier 113:16 p.m'
4:28 r.M. Whittier 9:03 a.m
Local and through tickets sold, b&sgagi
chocked, Pullmoa sleeping oar reservation!
made, and general information given unon an
ell: stion to J. M. CRAWLEY, Asst. Q. Pal Act.
No. 200 S. Spring St., cor Second. OHARLKs'
SXTlkd Agent at Dopot.
|J Sandays sxcopteo tJMondavs excepted.
A. K. TOWNE, General Maimtßr
T. H. GOODMAN,
Gen'l Paßsenger sud Ticket Art
Southern Califoroia Hi Co.
"SANTA «?JS Roij'TE.o
IN EFFECT SUNDAY FEBRUARY, 23, 1990.
aititH. Lou Angeles! Leave!
' "4:00 p. M Overland. M 0 15a mT
•11:45 a. m. San Diego coast Line »8:15 a.m.
»!»:ol'r. M. San Diego Coast Line "i so p. m.
'9:55 a. M Pasadena *10:15 a.m.
*2:40 p. M Pasadena *1«:15f.m.
■17:40 a m Pasadena +7:45 A. m.
+8:50 a. M Pasadena *4:0 Op. m.
S**!oor. v Pasadena "9 05 p.m.
*10:15p V PasHdena +8:30 a.m.
iSs ?*•* Pasadena +5:20 p.m.
•9:55 a.m. Saußernardlno... *10:15 a, m.
*4 00 p. ...San Bernardino *4 Of p. M.
10:30 r.x . San Bernerlino.. +8:30 a.m.
•s.m p m (Riverside, Colton) »_ „„ , „
+i 6 o-:1 0 oI:m hVu-A-sH SB*S
+7:40 a. M Duarte +5:20 p.m.
+10:10*.m. . .. Ranta Ana. ....
'5:20 p. M flanta Ana. +4:30 p.m.
•8:10 a. m Redondo Beach.... *1015 a.m.
•12 lo »•. • .. Redondo Beach... *l:00r. M.
•3:55 p. M ltedondo Beach... *5:26 p. M
•9:55 a. M K.'.uudssnd Men tone +10:15 a.m.
+4:00 p. m. ReeU'ndiand Mentone •4:00 p, m.
+10:10 a M San Jacinto.... +4:30 p. m.
•Dally. +Daiiy oxo9pt Sanday.
Train les vine Los Angeles at 9 .20 a. m. con
nects at East Riverside for Perris, Elsiuore and
points south ED. CHAMBERS, licket Agent,
First-street Depot; CHAS. T. PARSONS, Ticket
Agmt, 129 North Spring street.
t uepot at foot of First street. f23
Ccmpaitiiie Berne Tfaflsatlantltiae
FRENCH LIN tl TO lIAVKE.
pOMP YNY'B PIKR (NEW) NO. 42
\j North Kivet. foot of Morton str. et. xalliß
Travelers by this line avoid both transit by
Fnglirt rcilwf.y and tho discomfort of crossing
the Channel in a small boat.
LA NiiRMANDIE, Frangoul, Saturday, Feb
8, 0:30 a ra.
LA BOURGOGNE, Santelli, Saturday, Feb. 15.
1:00 p m.
La BKETAN3E, Santelli, Saturday Feb 22
7:00 a. m.
LA GAKCOGNE, Boyer, Saturday, March. 1,
I'3o a. rr.
For freight or pessage apply to
A. FORGET, Agent,
No. 3 Bowling Gr »en. New York.
Tickets for salo by all railrcad and steamship
offices in Log Augo.as.
J. F. FUOAZI & CO., Agents, 6 Montgomery
aye . H. F. aZ)) tf
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Goodall, Perkins & Co., General Agents
Norlhorn routes embrace Hues for Portland,
Ore.; Victoria, B. C, and PugetSound, Alaska,
and all coast points.
Time Table for Febritary, ISBO.
LEAVE SAN PBANCISCO
Port Harford ... 1 6. S. Mexico, Feb. 1,9,17
Santa Barbara... I and2s.
San Pedro f S 8 Corona, Feb. 5, 13, 21
San Diego. J and March 1.
For ]8. S. Eureka, Feb 3, 11,
Redondo I 19 and 27.
San Pedro and f3. S Los Anseles, Feb. 7,
Way Ports .... J 15, 23 ajd March 3.
LBAVB SAN PEDRO
For I 8. li. Mexico, Feb. 3,11,19
I and 27.
Sau Diego fS. S. Corona. Feb 7, 15, 23,
J and March 3.
LEAVB RAN FEDBO
For ) S. 8. Corona Feb. 1, 9, 17
San Francisco... I and 25.
Port Harford.... fS. d. Mexico, Feb 5, 13, 21
Santa Barbara.. J and March 1.
LEAVE SAN PEDRO AND REDONDO
For ) S. 8. Los Angeles, Feb. 2,
San Frauclsco ( 10,18 and 20.
and fS. 8. Eureka Feb. 6, 14,
Way Ports J 22 and March 2.
Cars to connect with steamers leave B. P. li v
depot, Fifth street, Los Angeles, as follows:
w t the Mexico and Corona, a: 9:50 o'clock
A. m. ; with Los Angeles *v • Eureka, going
north, at 5:10 o'clock r. m.
Passengers per Los Angeles and Eureka via
Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at 5:00 p.m.
Plans of steamers'cabins at agent's > fhoe.
where berths may be secured.
The steamers Los Angeles and Eureka v.
oall regularly at Newport pier for and Willi
freight and passengers.
The oompauy reserve the right to change the
steamers or their dayß of sailing.
Ks(jr~For passage or freight as ahove or far
tickets to and from all Important points In
Europe, apply to
w. FARRIS, Agent,
Office: No. 124 West Second St., Los Angeles.
G. V. RajidTransit R y.
!<eave Commercial street, Los Angeles, via 8.
P. R R-, for Mbambra. Monrovia and
Leave Monrovia for Alhambra, Los Angeles
and W»y Stations,
The same time, except 3:54 p. m. train from
Commercial street, will leave at 2; 14 p. m
Passengers transfer at Ramona.
Time betwoen Los Angeles and Monrovia—Ore
INTMKBDIATM STATIONS BBTWBBN TBRMINAJ
POINTS, BBGIHNIKa AT LOB ANQBLBB—
lioto s'.reet, San Marino,
Bat», Ban Gabriel,
Ramona, Bunny Slope.
Lake Vineyard, Arcadia.
Special privileget to parties ereoUng real
donees on tho line oi this road.
E. F. SPENCB, F. Q. STORY,
President. Gen. Manager,
0. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist and Chemist,
No. IVS N. malm St., Loa Ancles, Oal
Praia rlptloßi oarefoliy oompoanded day and
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