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WEDNESDAY... MARCH. 9 1811.
Herald Steam Printing House. Tb* facilities ef ths He-rale Steam Printing House for doing Job work are not gnrpaaaad la California outside of San Franolsco and Sacramento. All work eu roated to us will be executed with neat ness aad dispatch at the lowest living rata*. _ BVBVIaa. aor ICR* Hereafter notices of companies, socie ties, ehnrohes, etc, will only be Inserted l B the Hsbald a* paid advertisements, We reserve, tor Placet of Worship,a grat ia directory, which will appear every Bandar morning. Do We Mean Business? H Responsive to the sentiment of unrest wbicb we have noticed In Southern California, and which is ready a protest against aeotional discrimination, the Herald has agitated, In season and out, for th* sttabUshmtQt, in this section, •f penitentiaries, branches of tbe State Buprsms Court, Insane Asy lums, Normal sohools, and "sicb." Wn bare bean doing this thing for four years and over, all of the Los Angeles papers joining us, sf lata. As n result of ths public opinion which tbe newtpapers of tbis city bare ores ted, tba Herald being their Cory pheus, certain State Sen ators aad Representatives bave co operated, and thus Lot Angelas has now * branch of tbe Supreme Conrt of tha Stat* and a State Nor mal sohool. For these results we primarily compliment tbe Her ald, secondarily we complimsnt oar eontemporsries; and, tertius, th* Senators and Assemblymen, from Ellis to Weet, Del VAlIe and Crank, who bave caught up and benefited by this impetus. Doubt leas all tbese gentlemen, by this time, think they originated the whole programme, of whiob. tbey never dreamed, till the Loa Ange les press gave it life and being. Another idea of the Herald's haa been a new State, in the make up of wbich the diatinetive South ern California counties of San Ber nardino, San Diego nnd Les Ange lea ehould be leading factors. We early saw tint the oaly hope for tb* formation of such a new State laid lv tbo uulou of tbe Southern counties of tbis Btate with the Southern counties of Arizona. In oar neighboring territory the idea bas been caught up witb enthusi asm and spontaniety. The Legis lature of Arizona, adopting the Idea of the Herald, has passed an act permitting tbe Southern aud wealthy and promising section <>f that k territory to unite witli our three Southern counties, the latter tbe most promising section of Califor nia. Right here lies the possibility of n new State, and only here. The Arizona Star, published at Tucson, has the following as to this legiti mate and feasible programme: Tbe time is at hand when the people of tbe southern part of this Territory must consider the advis ability of ohanglng our Territorial government for tbat of a State. Tbe Territorial Legislature has at its present session, as we are Inform ed, passed an enabling act aud a . memorial to Congress praying the formation of that part of tbs Terri tory wuich ilea north of the Qila river into a new Territory, und con senting tbat tbe southern portion might follow Its pleasure lv unit ing with Southeru California to form a new State. Of late tbe press of Souibern California lias beea agitating tbe project, and if th* ton* of the press cau bj accept ed as evidence uf tbe state of feel ing, it may be aaaerted to be deep seated anal sincere. Southern Cal ifornia Is to-day the most prosper ous part of that State, as is South crn Arizona of tbis Territory. Both have grent and present wealth, and both have inconceiva ble possibilities in tbe future. Both have grown upside by side, neigh borly, and witb au intermingling of dependent interests tbat would make a union mutually pleaaant. Though both yet in infaucy, each baa already the strength of man hoed, and with union and maturer year* would produce a marvel of wealth and power. In such a Stats, tbe two great industries of lb* world, mining and agriculture, would be clossly combined, and by being under one government, with mutual interests and a common greatness to aebisve, each would enrich the other, and each section would be tbe greater aiyj stronger for Ik Souibern California bas already a great, profitable and growing market In Southern Ari ama for all tbat she produces, whiek, whsn sheltered by a com mon family roof, would be increas ed ten-fold. Alrsady bave our lucky miners made large Invest ments for homes, etc., lv Los An gelas and Ban Bernardino, and the golden stream juat forming will widen nnd deepen till Loa Angeles nnd Ban Bernardino, like the country about San Francisco, will become enriched and opulent from tbelr neighboring mining commu nity. Tbe uniting of these sec tions under one government, and If-- tb* more closely drawing together fi of tb* two communities, would materially hasten this reault. Ws favor tbe project. We deem it for oar best interests in every eenss that wa should free ourselvea aa soon as possible from tbis blotch upon American institutions, call ed Territorial government. We ar* k tired of being governed by stran ger*. W* want tbe right whiob every citizen boldt tbe moat valu- I . able Vie., to be politically our own master, to have a voice In the X « S)tstts nnd national affairs and to f; aatoet our rulers. We want to ***** to b* an appendage, out I*o*S from th* national apron attiag, and feel once agsin tbat we ar* aaen nnd American citizens. %•■ A Slat* formed oat of the Sou th- Ejv' *ca *ounti*s of California, with * ta* northern Uo* of Santa Barbara L. ansiaty as tba line running to or |?> . SSssTaSS thirty-fourth parallel, orj tbe Colorado river, and thenoe eastward on that parallel to New Mexico, would bave ample and im mediate wealth and population. Los Angelet, fer tbe time being, slight be made the capital and Han Dlege would beoome her commer cial metropolis. We will aay more on this subject hereafter. Although this idea is the Her ald's own, absolutely and without reserve, we claim no special credit for it. AU wa desire is to see it carried out. Tbe materials for a splendid new State lie within tbe zene whloh would be described by a line wbicb would comprise all tbat is worth having in Southern Arizona and Southern California south of Santa Barbara. A Safe Guide. Hereafter, however it may he iv the future, it will scarcely be dis puted that tbe Herald has been a safe guide in all matters pertain ing to the weather in Southern California in the past. In the last days of November wesaid: "Look ing into a clear and cloudless sky, we predlot that we shall have a very wet December." When we registered that prediction, the sky never looked brighter or glassier, and never gave less promise of rain. Within three days it began to rain like Old Ned, aud about ten inches of rain fail in December. In January and February the Her ald was careful not to commit it self. March'2nd, however, with a glassy sky and a dry moon, we struck tho following weather key note: Tbe precious new moon has come in lying un tbe broad of hnr back and indicating that she would Ilka to stop the natural rainfall to wbicb tbia region ia entitled. In despite of tbis changeling heavenly coquette, we shall get moisture somewhere or somehow. We pre dict rain wlthlu seven days. We bave the most unbounded faith that it will come. Should it fail to do so we shall joiu the company of Prophet Potts aiid haul in our prescieut horns. The weather-clerk tried to evade compliance with our imperative summons, but without avail. About 10:30 yesterday it began to rain copiously, and Southern Cali fornia this morniug stands in the best plight which it has known since it has been a distinctive sec tion, to say nothing of its over shadowing railway aud commer cial outlook, both of which are brighteuing day by day. , The Chronicle, while denouncing the Debris .hill, has formulated a proposition which reads substan tially liius: A party may, under specious pretences of honesty, get possession o p all departments of the executive government of a State; It may, besides, control both branches of the Legislature. Thus placed in absiluto nnd un challenged possession of tho power to deliver lo the State sound, wholesome and beneficent laws, all it has lo do, to etoape entire party responsibility, is to add to its in iquity by buying a certain number of the minority, devoid, as they thus are, of party responsibility, selecting for this purpose, of preference, the repre sentatives to the Legislature from a great and demagogic city. Most people would be inclined to think tbat the Republican party, witb an entire possession of the machinery of legislation, should have done right, Instead of trying to excuse Its laches by sending a powerful lobby to buy up the scum of a corrupt sity. When the Repub licans proceeded to elect Parks Speaker of the Assembly, it hardly needed Ibe "Slickens" message of Gov. Perkins lo show tbat, as tbe outcome of tho lust Legislature, the Drainage enormity was to get a new lease of life. The case may be put logically thus: If every Democratic Senator and Assem blyman had sworn an oath to shape justly the legislation of the late Legislature, the effort would have been futile for two rea sons: First, tho Democrats were in a minority of both bodies, and could have enacted uo law; sec ond, had tbey succeeded, the just laws enacted were liable to be vetoed by a Republican Gov ernor. Ou the other band, if the Republican party, entrusted with tbe responsibility of enacting wholesome and just laws, bad act ed up to its responsibility, lt could have carried its euactments through both bodies, for it had a majority In each; and, having tbe Governor, bis simple signature would bave ended the matter. If tbe absolute possession of the law-making pow er carries uo responsibility with it, then no blame attaches to the Re publican party for the disgraceful history of the late session. But if the rule which has hitherto pre vailed in American politics holds good, tbat a party is responsible for its failure to do right, for its acts of omission as well as commission, then the Republican party is heavily handicapped in tbis State. As for tbe Demo crats who betrayed tbe in terests of tbe State in the last Leg islature, no matter from wbat point they hailed, we hope tbat not a single one of them will ever again be permitted to see tbe in side of Legislative balls. The prudent rain, we are glad to learn, assures oropa. Tbe fact la that tbe danger ha* always been exaggerated. We were Informed yesterday by a gentleman from tbe San Fernanda valley tbat tbe crops there never were la danger. j LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. ISpoclal to tho tliutALD by the Western Union Telegraph Company.! PACIFIC COAST. STOCK RBPORT. SAN FRANCISCO STOCK A Nil RX. OBASUB BOARD. MOKSiNu ■asston, Han Francisco. March ii 20 Ophlr, 4.40 800 s Nevada 7, 6% 40 m»m"s aii 'JO Utah, 250 B «& B.TH 130 (exchequer. 1 05 10(1 Savage, i.BO 30 S Belcher, BS, 60 Choi lar. 1.80 5!» 200 Potosl, 2 10 250 Union, ~,y, 10 14 A C, 3 40 2110 Alta, 2, 2.05 420 R AN, ::.'•> 420 Andes, 1.25, 1.30, 30 Point. 1.10 1.30 b 10 125 Belcher, I 300 Ward, 1.75. 1.85 100 Jacket, 2 65,2 60 125 Scorpion, 1.15 90 Confidence, 2.25 AFTERNOON STREETS—I F. M. Mexican, SUb; Utah, 7H s; Con Vir ginia. 1.55 b; Calllornla, 9jc b, $1 a; Ooodabaw. 50c b, 55 a; Belcher, 05c a: sav age. 1% b, 1.80 a: Justice, 00c b; A.la, 195 b, 2 a; Andes, Hi b; Navajo, 2.40 h, 2. oa; Ophir, 4.00 »; scorpion, 1.15 b, 1.20 a: Overman, Sea; Exchequer, 1 b, 110 a; Union, 7% a; Hale ft Norcross, 8.60 b; Best A Belcher, 1% b; Albion, 1.10 b; Jacket 2.65 b; Alta,2 b,2.05 a; Sierra Ne vada, 7a; 8j1110n,75c b, 80; a. iii- n Mviaan d*h aiaocii. San Francisco, March Sth.— Tho Governor bas signed the Hart sou Ssnate bill. The bill provides for a uniform election throughout tbe State in November, 1882, and repeals all previous conflicting acts. liuafrrvso. » I i> auric. Ailurnesa. San Francisco, March Bth.— The District Attorneys of some twenty-eight counties met yester day to confer upon the question or lighting tbe railroad oompauy ou tbe tax question. A vast amount of talking was done. A resolut'ou was adopted tbat special counsel should be employed and tbat the amount of the taxes involved should form the basis of remunera tion. The following committee was appointed: J. S. Mattock, Te hama; IS. M. Gibson, Alameda; C. W. Howell, San Bernardino; F. H. Farrar, Merced; J. H. Campbell, Santa Clara, nutl Chairman Smith, of Kern. .Mitel,le uf » Taller. San Francisco, March B.—The man who committed suicide iv Ross alley was identified as A. Sohittarf, a tailor by occupation. Illuesi wits assigned as the C;tuse. Uf.'Cr-l null I.cc .1 Xrff, VI , ».*o ■Tsaateisee, San Francisco, March. B.—An other snow blockade is reported iv tbe northwest. Trains are delayed in every direction from Chicago. The English and the Boers have screed upon an armistice till tbe 1l li inst. Tbe reported killing of Gen. Wood is denied. Strong eHurts are being made by tbe Republican Senators to pre vent tbe Democrats organizing the Senate. They claim tbat tha va cant Beats must be tilled before the organization can be had. Mahone, of Virginia, stands aloof, and has refused invitations to take part lv both tbe Republican and the Dem ocratic eau3usses. Jas W. Nichols, aged 13, suicided at Berkeley, Suuday evening, by hanging. He was probably not of sound mind since tho injury re ceived by being thrown from a horse some time ago. Tlte K'tiioeli Trial. San Francisco, March Sib.—ln the KallocU ease to-day Gustave Rasohki testified tn bearing six shots. Clement Bennett, the stenographer who reported the preliminary examination for Kal loch, was put on the stand to prove a discrepancy iv the testimony of the Chronicle clerk, Drypatcber. Counsel for the defendant entered a protest against the alleged at tempts of ihe prosecution to inti midate witnesses for the defense by having tliem arrested on charges of perjury. Barry, who was arrested yesterday on such charge and released on bail, ia non eit to-day. Deputy Sheriff Thomas O'Brien testified tbat he heard six shots. He saw De "Young after the second shot, with a pistol in his hand. J. M. Parker, a merchant, who was a member of the Municipal Com mittee of the New Constitution party and ou friendly terms with Chas. De Yuuig, was asked the question, whether be heard Chas. De Young, in tbe Summer of 1879, previous to the shooting of defendant's father by De Young, utter tbieats against tho elder Kal loch or his family or any member thereof. The question was objected to and a long argument ensued. The question was fiually allowed and tbe witness auswered iv the affirmative. Adjourned. Light Bain at Saa Francisco. San Francisco, March Sth.— Tbere waa a light sprinkle of rain here about noon; wind southeast; barometer falling. EASTERN. <' .ullrunklluun bw (lie Beuiue. Washington, Marob 81b.—A large number of Representatives occupied seats in tbe Senate to day and tbe galleries were full. Blaiue and Kirkwood announced tbat tbeir resignotions had been forwarded.' At 12:20 a message from the President was announced and tbe Benate went into execu tive session. Upon motion of Bayard, after confirming Golf, Richmond and Friable, tbe Senate adjourned. Frisbie and Richmond wers nominations of Hayes. Ora*auiaaiioa or Uerjatolitees nut Caaittleicd. Washington, Marob Bih.—lt is doubtful if tbe Democratic Sena tors can complete their organiza tion of committees to-day. UrallfTluaT Treasury Estimate, Washington, March Bth.—The Treasury officials estimate tbe sur plus revenue remaining for tbe four months of the present fiscal year at $45,000,080. Tbe Sinking fund will require $5,00u,000 to oomplete it by tbe end of tbe pres ent fiscal year. According ta tbis estimate and statement there will be a surplus of $37,000,000 availa ble between now and June 30tb witb which the Secretary may purchase and cancel bonds. Ibe S-edestrlaa*. New York, Maroh Bth.—The pedeairiaos: Howell 144, Albert 1021, Vaughn US}, o'i.eary 84,. Albert has strainea a tendon and hi* trainer le working on bin. Rowsll says he will go six hundred miles during the week, If possible, lie is only 'l\ miles behind the best record for tii hours. Vaughn is only a quarter mile behind the best record for a walker. Stereinrlea Inst -lied — Cabinet Meeting. Washinoton, March B.—Secre tarles Kirkwood and Hunt, of tbe Interior and Navy Departments, respectively, were Installed. to-day. At tbe Cabinet meetlng,'to-day, tbe question of restoring to Na tional Banks the legal tenders de posited for the withdrawal of cir culation and allowing tbem to sub stitute bonds, was discussed but no result reached. Further consider ation was postponed until the next Cabinet meeting. Albert Wlilirirt.ua,. New York, Match S.h. —In the pedesiriau match at 9 A. m. Howell was 161 and Albert withdrawn at 8:40, having sprained a tendon. Vaughan was 139; O'Lieary 127. Di-tmiM oi ibe lest.l 4ln iiigjiiake. New YoitK, March Bth.—A Lon don dispatch gives additional de tails about tbe destruction ot Cas samacciola. The shock which oc curred Friday afteruoou, lasted .-even secouds and was accompa nied by a noise like subterranean thunder. Then came the crash of falling houses, mingling with the shrieks of the victims. Mothers were found with infants clinging to their breaets. At Vlit > Cometti, two girls playing upon the door steps, were struck dead by thefall- Ing bouse. Two hundred bouses wsre thrown down, many others damaged and made uninhabitable. Tbe killed number 101 aud many more were injured. The total num ber of victims is estimated at 309. The wounded are being conveyed by steamer to the hospital of the Pellegrani, Naples. At Amnes live persons were killed aud thirteen houses destroyed. The panic Btricken inhabitants are coming in crowds, afraid to venture back. Many deeds of heroism were per formed by the military. One sol dier plunged among tbe ruins of a fallen bouse aud rescued a woman witb her babe. Harrowing scenes were preseuted nt tho mortuary chamber of mothers, wives and children striving to snatch tbe dead from the biers on which the sol diers were carrying them away. Soldiers, police aud doctors were immediately dispatched from Na ples. Shortly before the first shock the mineral springs were ob served to be iv a state of ebullition. Triluii lv Abate n Nnlsnner. New York, March Bth.—Alder man Ijauers's resolution to-day waa adopted by the Board of Aldermen, asking the Corporation Council if there was any way of stopping walking matches, wblob ho de nounced as frauds. The attendance at Iho match was only 1100 at two o'clock and the price ot admission was reduoed one-half. Threo P. U.—Howell, 188; Vaughan, 164; O'Leary, 152. f>,,;s <itp«i lliraseir. Molone, N V., March 8 — As semblymau Brenuan poisoned himself iv a fit of nervous prostra tration, brought on by overwork. Overrun by Ofliee ~»cr*, Chicago, March Bth. — The Journal's Washington special says: It is apparent that there will be a tremendous pressure brought to bear upon the Presideut for the re moval of persons now iv olllce aud the appointment of new appli cauts. At oue time to-day fully Aye hundred offlce seekers were at the White House endeavoring to get au audience with tbe President and present tbeir papers. Very few were admitted aud tho Presi deut said emphatically to a Sena tor who had called with an appli cant, tbat he would uot make any removals at present aud intended to require all papers asking for ap pointments to come through tbe ! proper departments. Tbere was disappointment to-day tbat the Presideut did uot send to the Sen ate<Boms importaut nominations, the ones sent iv being for minor places. It is understood, however, that a few days will elapse before any important nominations are made. Ti»e Tall-Bart nl n,n Sturm—m* Snow Sun Uatupnui, CHICAOO, March S.—Last night an inch of snow fell iv this city, but itquickly melted aud thehlgh banks about the streets are rapidly diminishing iv size. This morn iug the snow blockado on the rail roads Is about over, aud the regu lar time.ls being made by most of tbe trunk lines. The oross roads still experleuoe great delay, aud tbe snow storm which covered the ground from four to six inches deep in some parts of the north west, still further retards traffic. Yestsrday a dispatoh from Pierre, Daketa, says that the first train from Chicago for forty days arrived Saturday, and lt ia calculated tbat half tbe cattle in that section bave perished of cold and starvation. Many points received tbeir first mail yesterday siuce the storm te gan last Wednesday. Blue , successor Ifoiuinajied. Augusta, Me., March Sib.—At the Republican caucus of members of the Legislature Wm. H. Frye was nominated by' acclamation as a candidate for tbe United States Senate. Tbe wi.c.aeln Heuuiorsbip, St. Paul, Minn., March Bth.— Gov. Pillsbury has not yet received the resignation of Seuator Win- Join; and, until be does so, he wiil not appoint his successor. He is deluged with letters, recommenda tions, petitions, etc., in behalf of various aspirants, of whom Con gressman Dunnel and ex Secreta ry Ramsey are the most promi nent. It is believed that tbe Qov eruor will appoint Ramsey. liukwoau'e gniiiusr, Dcs Moines, la., March Bth.— As successor to tbe place of Kirk wood In the Senate, James F. Wil son, United States Attorney Lane, State Senator Hibbard, 8. M. Clark, Judge Cole and United States Marabal John Chapman are most favorably mentioned. There ia no indication of the Goveruor's intention fn the matter. rue First Trala West by ibe New Haute. Omaha, Maroh Sth.—The first tbrougb San Franoiaoo passenger train via the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad will leave Kan sas City and Atchison on regular card time Thursday, March 15tb, and tbsreafter dally through trains will be run over that route, wblob it pronounced by travelers totally free from obstruction incident to FOREIGN. Arreaia Under ihe C,i ret*a !.•.». Dublin, March Bth.—So far up ward, of twenty persons bave been arrested ia tbe country districts under the eoerclou law. NEW TO-DAY. $350 CASH WILL BUY A NICK LITTLK WTOItIC AMI FIXTURES. Apply Bt tho HeraU offlee. MrS lm PATRON 3 OF THE S. F. Dally Examiner will be supplied with tbeir paper as last as tbe names of tbe old subscribers oan be ascertained by tbo newly-appointed Agout, 11. A. LINO, room No. 84 Temple Block. Bend your names to him, and the paper will be supplied at ouco. uib9 St TURNVEREIN HALL PROF. WiLLIO, THE WORLD RENOWNED Prestidigitateur AND Necromancer! Will give three cnfertalumonts tn this city, Saturday, Sunday & Monday Eve'gs, March 12, 13 and 14. The Professor outrivals the Davenport tricks, drinks boiling oil, ■wallows mol ten sealing-wax, and performs many other new and astonishing teats. He Is accompanied by PHOF. BAU MAS, the treat sword-swallower. gym* nast and contortionist. Doors,open at 7 o'clock; performance commences at S. mthd Dissolution of Cc-Partnership Notice is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between W. J. A. smith and V. H. Moore, under the firm name of SMITH. & MOJRK, li this day dlssulvcd by mutual consent. all dabtti due the firm will be paid to W.J. A. Mmlth and all debt* due from the firm to other parties will bo paid by said W.J. A. Smith. W. J. A. SMITH. K. B. MOO KB. Los Angeles, Dec. 0, ISBU. inO-lw Notice of Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. NOTICE is hereby given that iv pursu ance of tbe order of tbe Superior Court of the county of Loa Angeles, state of Cal ifornia, made on the 7th day of March, 18S1, in the matter of the estate or J. v. Mlchener, deceased, tho undorslgned, the administrator of said estate, will sell at private .sale, to the highest bidder, for cash in gold coin of the United Stales, and subject to confirmation by said Su* perior Court, on or after THURSDAY. THE 31st DAY OF MARCH, 1881, All the rhfht, title, interest and estatoof the said J, U. Mlchenor, deceased, at the lime of his death, and all tho right, title and interest (hat the said estate has, by operation oi law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to that uf the said intestate at the time ot his death, in and to all those certain lots, pieces, par cels or tracts oil uud, situate, lying und being In the county of Los Angeles, Btate ot Cat i ior v m, and bounded anu described as follows, to wit: J-i'he WW %of Sec 11, T7S, R 7 W,- S B M, coutaiuliiti 180 acres. 2-.Lots! and 2. r-ec 30, T 7 S, R7 W, S B M,containing 88 5--lou acres. 5- Ttie GO % of SW y 4 aud W H of SE U of See Z>, T 7 S, H S W, M B M, containing 1(10 acres 4-« 3(V-:Q0 acres In tho W % of SW M of Sec 25,1 7 S, K8 W,S B M. 6- Lot 4. Sec 20 17 8, R S \Y, S UM, containing 70 16-100 acres. Terns and conditions of Sale-Gssh, in (old coin of the United states. Dead at ex pense of the puroaia-jr. Blda or (it ii s id ay be made at any timi after ihe first publication of thla uotiuu, and before the making of the aalo. All bids or ifl ra must be In wrltine. and left at the MM or Bastman, Haley, Km- & Kobarts. No. s, Mohr Blook, Spring atreet, In the olty of Loa Angeles, ord«iiv«red to the undersigned personally, or tiled lv iho utUco oi the 11 •*rkof the Superior Court, Dated March 81b, 1881. M. MENDELSON, Administrator of the estate of J. G. Mlchener, deceased. S. HALEY, mil) Attorney for Administrator. ST. CHARLES BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOMS. A. LABONGE and N. BEOB dcs-re to inlorm tbe citizens ol Los Angeles tbat tbey have leased tbe above stand, wh«r« tbey wilt be happy to serve tbelr old patrons and the public. The bathrooms have been lilted up with all modern Improvements and are so arranged as to be accessible to ladles anil families. Hot, Cold or Shower Bath, 25c. lel2-lm Grape Cuttings I bave for sale at my place, on SAN PEDRO STREET, a large assortment oi GRAPE CUTTINUS, embracing tho Best Foreign Varieties. Also, BUDDED ORANGE TREES, live years old. jal-lm J. M. VIQNES. BEE RANCH FOR SALE, SITUATED EIGHT MILES FROM LOA ANGELES, Willi two dwelling notices, barn, chick en-houses and honey house; plenty ol good mountain water brought to the houses in pipes; a large stock or Italian bees. In the most improved style ot hives, together with all the appurte nances necessary for tbe use and opera tion of the bee business. hor further particulars lnqulie at St Main street, or address i\ O. box 966, Los Angeles, Cal jftiitf liegle Hou^e, SECOND BfBEBT, cor. Oregon Avenue, SANTA MONICA, CAL. W-OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.-** Bull Boom, Bar and Restaurant. fe2stf THE BEST BUITB MADE TO ORDER IN THE CITY AT L . PFEIFFENBERGER'S, Downey's Marble Front, opposite Cosmo politan Hotel, Main atreet nUITSoI Kvery Deacription lrom SSS to SOS. I bave constantly on hand a large ana ■Sleeted stock ef tbe most elegant olotns, if tho latest fashions, and am enabled lo tarnish tbe most stylish suit, at the low ♦stjjrlces. A GOOD FIT alwaya gnaran- Everybody wbo wants to nave a coat, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AUCTION SALE OF FINE DRY GOODS! ONE-HALF OF THE DREW CONSIGNMENT To be Sold at ios Angeles. On the 7th of last January P. T. DREW, of San Francisco, received a large consignment of Dry Goods from S. L. Patterson, of New York, one-half of which has been sold at auction in San Francisco, and the balance will be sold at auction in Los Angeles. The half to be sold in Los Angeles IS JUST THE SAME as the half that was sold in San Francisco, as the goods wero carefully divided on their arrival, and a few parties in Los Angeles who purchased at auction in San Francisco from the same consignment can testify as to the quality of the goods. A Partial List of the Goods: A FINE LINE OF LACE CURTAINS, Ranging in Value- from 51.50 to SISO pcs Pair." ELEGANT PIANO COVERS, BEDSP 3FBL KADS Of all descriptions; a full line of goods z Towels, Napkins, Table Covers, Handkerchiefs. Also, a fine line of LADIES' AND GENTS' HOSIERY, DRBSS GOODS, Blankets, etc., etc., All of which will be sold, to the highest bidder, without reserve, COMMENCIN<! Tuesday, : : : March 8, At 7:30 r. Mi, and continue each day at 2 and 7:30 r. m. until the entire consignment is sold. No goods will be sold at private sale except wholesale. 116 Cardona Block MISCELLANEOUS. Maaaa . . s BS—. —.i BT 3 PAIRS FOR ONE DOLLAR!! OK German Knit Hose fOBMEIiLV 75c. Bavin:; lo close nil to make room for a new stock of Gents Furnishing Goods r9*l offer for t lie NEXT TEN DAYS*** BirK ARE BARGAINS lv Ladles"W asrand Children's UNUER--S* 83-WEAR, FANCY GOODS-S« •WAND NOTIONS.-»a • 11. SIEGEL, , AR.OADE, Cor. Main and Commercial 81a. fe27-2\v A Pleasant Surprise To Your Friends at Home. Bird's Eye Views Of LOS ANGELES, WILMINGTON ANI» SANTA MONICA. Great Reduction in Prices! Engravings of Loa Angeles, size 12x19. formerly $1, reduced to ..2jj Engravings of Loa Angelea, size 15x30, formerly $3, reduced to 50c Engravings of Lob Angelea. Wilming ton and Santa Monica, oa one sheet, size 27x3G, formerly 13, re duced to ~ ...75 j Engravings of Wilmington, size 16x21, formerly Sl.tO, reduced to.. 40c A**rMutl a copy to your friends at liome. PHIL HIRBCHFELD, Bookseller and Stationer, 71 MAIN ST., DOWNEY BLOCK. ft2J-2w ELITE DANCING ACADEMY, Leek's Hall, Main street, Gentlemen's classes, Tuesday evenings at tl o'clock. Ladles' and children's class, Thursday, at 4 p. M.. and Saturdays at 2:30 p. m. Regular golreea Saturday evenings. Ja29tf CORRIGAN A OBIPFIN. FOB THK L.ADIBB. Mr. nul Mra. O. A, William.. DEALERS IS — Human Hair, From the East, aro now In this city, and will remain a short time. They nave for sale at their rooms Switches, Braids, < Nazes, Curls, Puffs, Chatelaine Braids, Sa-aioga Waves, French Crlmpee, Ro man Coronet Braids, Perfections, Co quets, Feather Frizzes, Monltirorms, leohy's Curls. Bandeaux or Fronts, eto. Ladies having combings or out hair can now get them made up In flrst-elaas style. Cnmblngs rooted, old switches cleaned, repaired and covered with long hair and colored any shade desired. Hair Jewelry br.lded and mounted to or der. Ladles, call and see for yourselves. No trouble to show goods. Remember the place, 48 Spring street, three doors north of Postomce, un stairs, room No. I. Mtim Chickering Piano for Sale. An Upright Chickering Piano, nearly as good as new, Is offered ror sale at fusil a little more than halt tbe original price. May be seen at Wangeman's Music. Store. leistl PHILIP Si BALDWIN, FIRE * LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY* Real Estate a-to Stock BaokaaS, NO. BY MAIN BTBEET. Jlfrtf The American Colony. This new colony for Loa Angelea coun • ty is now forming, lo locate op the CEBBITOS RANCH Fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties looking for a desirable looatioa to make lumen should sea these landa before pur* chasing elsewhere. Parties oan go and see tbe Colony tract and return the same day from Los Angelea. For lurther par ticulars apply to or send stamp for Col ony map, prospectus, eto, to W. E.WILL- MuKE, Baker Blook, Room 1, Los Ange les, Oal. fe2lf MONTANA MEAT MARKET. THE PIONEER MARKET of this city. IU MAIN ST., NEAR FIRST. Keeps on hand the beat Bpef, Veal, Pork. Mutton. Salt Meats and all kinds of Saus-ges. Meats delivered to all pans of tbe city. A. FRANCK, mrl-6m Proprietor. Mexican Limp Trees! Mexican Lime Trees J NOW IS TBE TIME TO MAKE TOOK HEDGES I ear ABOUT alifTY TITQUBAXD FOB •AUK, retr lew. la lets lo suit,