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FRIDAY .....FEB. 24, 18e2 The Supreme Court has ordered tbat the case of the Gaa Company should be heard iv bane, which will afford an opportunity for a fuller oonaideration of tbe ques tions Involved. The equitUs are as we have frequently presented them in the Herald. The work of extirpating the scale-bug in tbe San Gabriel is be ing very energetically prosecuted, aud with gratifying success. Mr. L. J. Rose entered into the work very earnestly aud we shall soou be able to report results. Oa the Chapman place the job has been done very thoroughly. There ought to be a concerted and deter mined anti-scale crusade in all in fected sections. Witb this unity of purpose tbe scale-bug would soon be a thing of tbe past. Travel to California over tbe southern route Is steadily on the increase, and tbe great bulk of it stops over in Los Angeles. Much of this travel may fairly be called immigration, and our city and county will benefit largely by tbe addition to tbeir population of a very desirable class of settlers. It ia this constant influx of new peo ple which explains the fact tbat, although new houses are being put up ou every baud, they are en gaged, In nearly every case, before completion. Aaron A. Sargent's progress to tbe Interior Department, if, in deed, he ehaii huaiiy ianu there, bas by no means beeu an unob structed one. Fought at every step and with great bitterness by tbe San Francisco Chronicle and other leading Republican journals ou this Coast, aud by tho New York Times and &un in tbe East, Sargent is one of tbe most thor oughly riddled publio men on the continent. This combined aud deadly assault seems to have given the Presidential purpose pause, and old Kirkwood bas now a much bet ter prospect of sticking than any one gave him credit for two months ago. The Metropolitan of Moscow has a good deal of the dauntless spirit of Thomas A-Becket. He bas ad dressed a letter to tbe Cz*r urging him to quit bis cowardly retreat at Gatohiua, saying, sensibly enough, that it suggests poltroonery, aud is injurious to the national traditions. "The Emperor's seclusion," he continues, " will lead to disunion between tbe Emperor and the peo ple, who will Anally accustom themselves to dispense with their sovereign." Tbe Czar was irritat ed by the letter, and sent for Privy Counselor Pobtdonozoff, Procura tor-General of the Holy Syuod, of whom he inquired whether he, the Emperor, oould dismiss tbe Metro politan. PebeJonozoff replied : "Yes, with the sanction of tbe Hely Synod." Fancy any Russian Metropolitan addressing such a missive to Ivan the Terrible or Pe ter the Great, or even to the late Emperor Nicholas! It baa tuken Gen. Fiiz John Por ter nearly twenty years to get a re versal of tbe unjust verdict passed upon bim by a court martial pack ed In tbe interest of that most con summate military humbug of all times.Major General John W.Pope, of "headquarters lv tbesaidie, no bases of supplies and no lines of re treat" notoriety. Now tbat Ulysses 8. Grant, Gen. Terry and hosts of the most distinguished offioers of the Union army have been loud and emphatic in their expressions of belief in Porter's innocence.tbelr opinions being based upon a care ful perusal of the newly elicited evidence, and even after an official court of review has formally re versed the finding of tbe original court-martial, and proved its un fairness by unimpeachable evi dence, a Republican President hes itates to restore ©en. Porter to his rank in the army, while Republic ans are thrown into spasms of pseudopatriotic indignation at any proposition to make anything like a peouniary amende to tbe much wronged and long suffering hero, whose only offence was that he was a Democrat and a friend of George B. McClellau's. Evident ly, with some people, it makes a good deal of difference as to whose ox is gored. Amongst tbe blessings ia dis guise must be counted tbe formal defection of John Kelly and Tam many Hall from tbe Democratic party. Wben tbe people of tbe Empire State last year elected a Legislature Democratic in both branches, tbey of course expected to see it organised by tbe party for whom tbey bad shown a prefer ence at the polls. Amongst the Democrats returned from New York city, a few Tammanyitee managed to slip In. Small in num ber as they were, tbey nevertheless were enough, by a traitorous union with the Republicans, to convert tbe Legislature Into a hybrid body in which the Republicans, by sub mitting to the dictation of Kelly and Tammany Hall, are able to control the committees and tbe course of legislation. Pursuant to this corrupt bargain, the Republic ana and Tammanyitee have suc ceeded in electing tbeir officers in both houses. Tbe prioe agreed upon will, in due time, be paid, and then the terms ot the agree ment will be disclosed. We call this treason of Kelly's henchmen a blessing in disguise because, while the Democratic party suffers temporarily from it, In the end it will work for our enduring success. Kelly's betrayal of the organiza tion to which he ostensibly be longs is so flagrant tbat the New York State Central Committee cannot well fail to unite with tbe Democratic members of tbe Legis lature In issuing au address to tbe voters of tbe Empire State, aud of the country at large, denouncing the outrage and formally placing Kelly and bis followers iv tbe ranks of tbe opponents of the Democratic party. Amongst those who adhere to Tammany Hall be cause of its old-time party associa tions there are tens of tbousanus whose attachment to Democratic men at.nl measures greatly out weighs tbeir persoDal devotion to John Kelly. He ought to be branded as a traitor, and tbe Hail which acknowledges allegiance to bim should be proclaimed the cita del of dastardly treasou. Tbe ap parent diminution of Democratic strength which wou;d follow would soon be more than made good by the Republicans who have been disgusted by the later performances of the Dew school leaders of tbeir own party, and who have been re pelled from the Democracy mainly by the taint of Tammany Hall. Indeed, no intelligeut Democrat has been a wbit surprised at Re publican disgust at Democratic dissension and bargaining iv tbe metropolis of tbe country. It ha?, in truth, been a source of perennial shame. Any one who wißhes weii to tb* Democratic party should at ouce bring his influence to bear od its leaders in New York to have this source of weakness aud humil iation lopped ofl'forever. Far bet ter the open enmity of this politi cal Beuedict Arnold tbau to be treated to the constantly recurriug spectacle of Democratic candidates, from President and Governor down, being slaughtered in the bouse of tbeir friends. John Kelly is now nourishing his delicate health in Florida. The intelligence should at once reach him there, amidst tho glint of tbe orange blossoms, that the Democratic party has no further use for him, aud inQuitely prefers bis room to bis company, even though he be buttressed by tbat bot-bed or political treason, Tammany Hall. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. (Special to the Hjcbald by the Western Onion Telegraph Company. | PACIFIC COAST. BTOCK Ui'POHT. SAN tritANOISOO -COCK AND EX CHANGE BO'.Kl) MOKMINO HBSBION saw Fkancisoo, Feb. 23. 275 Oohir, 4 £0 4.15 120 Conndenoe. 1.15 80 Mexican, »m>* .\-vh««>.. t.-* 4 220 G & O, 3.15 200 Bullion, 750 b 5, 60 B & B, 6% 75c 175 Cala. 80c b 5,60 c 620 Exchequer, 45c, 480Mavagc, 1.40, >.45 t>oc,4sc 680 Con Va, 43c, 50c, 500 Overman, 65c, 60 45c 55c SOChollar. 110 |110n Justice, 80b 160 Potest, Les 5a5 v '>iou, 10%, 4iM)H*N,ISO 10 l 4 280 Point, ft ob SO, H75 Alta, •'.%•>, 3.80 60.40 c 3'HlCaledoula, lUC m Jacket, 1.0) 30SllverHiil.6c 1 'iv Impetial. 10c fOJ Andes, r> ■<■. 4uc 8) Alpha, 1.80 200 Benton, 750 405 Belcher, 5 c 30 Seorplou, TOO OPEN BO AUD—4.IS P. M. Alta,3 25 b 8.80 a; Con Virginia. 400 ca; Exchequer, 45c b; California, 250 b, 8 <>~ Jacket, Uiiob, $la; oro, !I0 •b.25 a; Over man, 55c b; Cboilar. 1 b; Union, 9% b, 16 c; Ophir. 4b; Oould k Curry, 3b; Ho trod. 1 b. 1.05 a, 1s; Alta. 3.80 s; Con Va, 850 b; Crown Point, 40 b, 45 a; E Mt Diab lo. 350 b, 40 a, 40 s; Benton. 70.; b; Union, 10 s; Belcber, 45c a; Mexican. BV4s; Hale & Norcross, 1.40 b, 150 a; Havaee 1.40 b, IS a; Ophir, 4.0 ib, 4.10 a; Con Va, tOos: Confidence, 1 b, 1.05 a; Best a rielcber, 6M b; Bu'llon,7oc b. 7"> a; Sierra Nevada, 6% 6% a, s<„ s; Alta,3.So b, 3.35 a; Albion, 1.50 a. Pnaneiiicera Noam mid Bast. Fresno, Cal., Feb. 23.—The fol lowing is tbe list of passengers for the South and East on the train which passed this place at 5 p. M.: James A Moreland, Al Tibenthal, W 8 Hopkins. Mrs W 8 Hopkins, Geo E Carter, Mrs Mabel Darnaby, Mrs S H Kent, E W Moore, C E Hi:ber, Mrs M L Smith, J Zino, DWParkburst aud wife; A Bab coek and wife, G B Griffin, Los Angeles; A Curtin, Maricopa; C N Rutherford, Texas; W E Felix, .vii-s Goriing, Tucson; J J Parsons aud family, III; H M Desert and wifeTuc9on; Mrs M JL Parkhurst, Doming; Miss 8 Mansfield, Tomb stone; Mrs Chas E Morton, N V; Chas Head, Boston; C A Parks, Tucson; G L Carroll, Lordsburg. shot • c snsaaa, Sacramento, Feb. 23J.—J. o. Sherwood, of Live Oak. Saorameu to county, shot and killed a China man to-day. Tbe Chinaman was mining on tbe farm of Sherwood. The latter ordered him off when tbe Chinaman advanced upon him with an uplifted shovel. Sherwood claims tbat be shot bim in self-de fense •Miura Nvira win Tocaoo. Tucson, Feb. 23 —A Star special dated Guaymas, Feb. 16lh, says: By the arrival of Mr. Hepburn from Piuos Altas news was re ceived from tbat part of the coun try to January Slst. The rumor tbat Indians and cowboys had been captured provos to be false. With Mr. Hepburn came also Mr. Cba9. Couant, from Jesus Ma ria, wbo reports mining in that region flourishing. Messrs. Hep burn and Conant brought thirty armed Nuzos witb tbem as a con voy to $80,000 treasure from the mines. Mr. H. will return with tbe same escort iv a few days. Railroad matters are booming, as tbe arrival of ships with rails i and ties prevent any suspension. I The turn-table and side-track at Carbo, tbe new station, were com ple ed to-day. Tbe town Is full of troops, but no one knows why. Arrived, Mary L. Chapman, from Antwerp, witb iron rails, 113 days; the Katie Wiukleman, 24 days from Sau Francisco, witb ties; tbe Newbern, and tbe German bark Professor. S-tiled, tbe steam corvette Juarez, for Mazatlan, for coal; steam corvette Mexico, Ga len, commander, for Mazatlan. Mr. Derry, agent of a New York company, is iv town to-day iv search of copper property. Francisco Lamarque, an old res ident of this place, while absent at tbe club, had bis house broken open and $11,000 taken. It was his net earnings for the last ten years. No clue has yet beeu obtained to tbe robbers, though it was done by lime one who knew tbe premises. Quite a California spring shower fell here from 2 A. m. ou tbe night of tbo 14th to tbe end or the day. The oldest inhabitant was sur prised. Geo. Wood, Superintendent of tbe Minas Prietas, came iv the day before yesterday with some $45,000 from tbat mine. Mr. Gilson, general manager of tbe Claience King mines in this and adjoiuiug; States, is here also aud will go inland in a few days. The Newbern brought fifteeD Chinamen, who will work for the Piaos Aim Company. On tbe trip down tbe old steward, Mr. Beales, either walked overboard or threw himself into tbe sea tbe tin > day out. It was nigbt and tbe last seen of bim be weut to tbe water closet. Work on the railroad is now go ing on some 52 miles from Hermo sillo. As soon as they reaob 32 miles this side of Magdaleua regu lar trains will connect there witb the Tucson etages. Ihe Newbern takes about $150, --000 treasure this trip. EASTERN. Nomluttttwus is-j >vi• <i Washington, Feb. 23J. — The Senate Committee on Naval Af fairs this morning voted to reject the nominations of Watmough to be Paymaster-General of the Navy and Stevenson to be Pay Director. Some days ago the committee agreed to an aiiveree report ou Watnaougb, but held it back in or der to give the President time to withdraw tbe nomination, it' be saw At. Several members of the committee waited on the President and advised bim of this actiou. Tbe committee waited uqtil to-day, and not receiving any intimation from tbe President as to his pur pose, formally adopted the adverse report and ordered it to be present ed to tbe Senate. The nomination of Steveusnn was then taken up and a motion to report adversely adopted, Wtli Keptirt t'.»voribi}. Washington, Feb. 23rd.—The Seuate Naval Committee bas agreed to report favorably on tbe nomination of Theodore Wilson, of New York, for Chief of the Bureau of Naval Construction. Hill (v pMMMN Et-Pr«<idfHi>, Washington, Feo. 23d.—Sen ate—Bayard bas offered a substi tute for the bill to retire Grant, pro viding a pensiou for all ex-Presi dents equal annually to one-fourth the amount of his aunual pay while President. Tne Aupreine Conrt Vooauny. Washington, Feb. 23rd.—It is rumored that a nomination for Su preme Court Judge will be made to-day or to-morrow aud chut it will be a New York man. It is said tbat the President bad at one time deoided to nominate Senator Edmunds, but that tbe pressure from New York has beeu so great that be oauuot resist it. o*l, InamiM ft omnioil. Washington, Feb. 231. — The i President bus nominated Colonel Rufus lugalls, Assistant Quarter master Ueueral, to boa Bngadier- Geueial and Quartermaster-Gen eral. Tim •»»«■ urn rtl«l<, Washington, Feb. 23J.— The Senate passed tbe Grant retire ment bill by a vote of 40 against 17, and adjourned without deter mining what bill shall be taken up I next. Several motions in behalf 'of the immediate consideration of various measures, including one \ earnestly urged by Miller to take up the Chinese bill, being still ; pendiug. i Mt-uiorinl AafcloK Relief. j Washington, Feb. 23. — Sen -1 ate—Harris presented tbe memo rial and report of tbe Memphis Co: ton Exchange upon tbe danger to tbe river front of Memphis from , tbe encroachments of the Missis sippi. George introduced a Joint resolution authorizing the Secre tary of War to issue rations for the relief of the laboriug classes ia dis tricts overflowed by tbe Mississip pi river. A telegram from Gov ernor Lowrey of Mississippi was read, urging immediate relief, rep resenting the destruction of prop erty and stock as immense, and that starvation is imminent. Aid for lti» VHiud Mufjererv. Washington, Feb. 23d,—House Chalmers stated tbat in conse quence of tbe overflow of the Mis sissippi river a thousand colored persons are starving, and intro duced a bill for government aid to tbe sufferers. Referred. Hfoerxi Kaeunr Retired. Washington, Feb. 23d.—Gen oral Rucker, lately appointed Quartermaster, was placed on tbe retired list to-day, and General Ru fas Ingalis appointed to tbe va cancy. A »t<»p lv the KiKut Direction. Washington, Feb. 23d.—House Tbe Committee on Naval Affairs bas agreed to recommend the im mediate appropriation of $10 000, --000 to begin the construction of a new navy. taiiiino and Campbell, New York, Feb. 23d.—A Mail and Hxpresa Washington special says: The House Committee on Elections wlil take a vote to-mor rew on tbe disputed election case betweon Cannon and Campbell. Tbe following points have been agreed upon, and will be reported ou tbat day to the House: First, tbat minorities never cau elect; second, tbat Campbell Is not enti tled to tbe seal; third, that Can non, having received a majority of all tbe votes cast, should be given a seat, unless disqualified by some constitutional ot jection; fourth, tbat Cannon, admitting tbat be I Uvea In polygamous relatione, thus j violates the laws, and not being a constitutional officer of the Gov ernment, like a member of Con gress, but simply a delegate from a Territory, he holds his place h the will of Congress; fifth, that the committee intend to notify the citizens of Utah that, in spito of the admitted citizenship ot Cannon, polygamy will not he rec ognized lv aterrltoryof the United States, and that he should be ex cluded from his seat in the House. Verdict fur ■• Ilur.i-, Chicago, Feb. 231.—During a raoe at the Chicago Driving Park last June the jockey who was rid ing the mare Belle of Nelson, either by negligence or design, ran against the stallion Wolverton, tbe result being that the latter was thrown and kiiled. Suit was brought for the value of tbe horse, which was placed at $10,000, aud after a trial of two days the jury returned a verdict for plaintiff for $4500. Mmr Borne' Declaim,.. Philadelphia, February 23d.— Judge Butler gave decisions to day for the Government In five civil suits against tbe sureties on the bonds of Wylle, a star route contractor. New Raiirnud Cunrie.rd. Dallas, Tex., Feb. 23d.—A rail way has been chartered to run from Laredo up the Rio Grande to Eagle Pass Among the direotnrs are John Pratt and Tbeo. H. Fish, of New York. Be»<<Jlisters Bleeifd. Richmond, Va., Feb. 22d.—The General Assembly to-day elected Allen, Auditor, and Martin, Rail road Commissioner, both Readjust ee. C»llf»r«Sit Wl»e»« in sit. I,i,uir. St. Louis, Feb. 23d.—Three cars of California wheat arrived this morning, being tbe first lot of one hundred thousand bushels recently purchased by the millers of this city. The remainder will arrive as soon as it can bo got over the road. • ronnu«i.| vniseit •«<«••• RICO, Texas, Feb. 231.— J. W. Norris, Postmaster and a leading iuerchant, was called out of his house nigut before last by two men, who asked him to go to the store uud sell them goods. He went, but returned in a few min utes and told his wife the men had shot htm and died almost instantly. Hotel Arrivals Yesterday. Pico house. J J Woodwortu and i Auspacher.wf and bride, city ohlld.do J P Clark, romona F George, Yuma Prof Dorrego.ciey s Peck, wiu Jnso A J Veile. S F R R Thompsou, Or KAlramson.do H H Baker and dtr, E Maxwell, do Racine, Wis OH Baker,do 0 H Hopkins H H Lang, do L Rsdon, Br Colum J F Wldiams, do J D Hammond, N V JMcZian, do G E Stevens, do J Knickerbocker, FG Kius&imy, Ohioago Riversida X Kilgour, Toronto J T Tumor, iowa BMuuroe, do L steinorenner and A Jr" Kuffel, St Ann bride, Han Bnuno E J Hutchinson, do W G Millox, cily COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. L Borada. S F h T Soprees, Denver A Kothchlld, do A R «mlth, Phila W H Snauly, do C Broaddus, San Qb F R Day, do X N Corer, Riverside C T Hwpains, do W B riussell, do HDemson.do H Jerne and fm.Chi A forges, Jr, ('in C Vessels. Santa Fe it J Kaly.wf & son, W M Hamilton and lowa wf, Minneapolis Mrs J N Curtis aud A S Ferguson,Anhm child, San Jyse DHBair.ciiy RT Sorrono, S Aua W 0 Stewart,Boston F C Yoras, rio E H McMillan, lil P R 8 Yoras, do T J Flanagan UNITED STATES HOTEL. Wm Hargrave, AT G Adluug, city Jas M short, do k i, Kay, do Jno Z Barnett. do MR Ross, do S J Finley,Wstmstr X M Hilton A w, do J H steinart, do G Lawrence, do 'fc Hull, do UHawkes.do C B Biackman, do G W Roberts,do J Caldwell, do H 0 Ford, san Bndo X Cogswell, Cblno Jno . b rink, do V Hentrick.SF .1 KPaiker, Rlversd P Werner, do 0 W Eaton, Sta Ana H Crlsiiansen, do O W Rlmmoud. do H D Gatdemeyer.do B Howard, lowa Juo Cairoll, uo A Mueller. S P R R C B Hubbell, do Wm Hinds, H Bndo J Garcben, do E R Martin, Texas T.soidrnyd,Wlnig NBH.cks.do FFiltz.city B I) Rowan, Kirk- GHCassldy.do land, Ills Property Transfers. REPORTED BY JUDSON, GILLETTE A GIBSON—FEB. 23. 1881. CONVEYANCES. Alfred Robinson, trustee, to Henry W Oanouu-8)4 of SEJtf of BBM Sec 36, T 8 W, 812 W; f«io. Henry W Ganong to Jas Hay—Same as last; $iSO. .I a nam Bixby to John H Owens— B% 10t27, Wilmington tract; $950. Santa Gertrudes Land Association to John X Cocke—l3 02 aores in Sco 15, T3 S, R 12 W; 82J4.30. B PStaudefer to Wm R S'andefer-44J4 •»orea in Rancho faso de Bartolo Vlejo; $1200. ueo Sebastian and wife to Harry Cu ren-20 acres luSWJ* of 7.TIS, RI2W. Estate of J H Fruit—Order of convey ance to O W Humphreys of lots 8 and 4, blk 5, Fruit adaiilon to Santa Ana. Lake Vineyard Land and Water Ass'n to ,\i rs Hate Gray—Lots 8 aud 9, R 11, Al hambra addition tract; $750. John Tretheway, Jr to A Goodwin- Agreement to convey 8% of of N 8H of NX of N WW, and SX of 18. T6B, R 10 W; $1001 cash, balance in one year, io-„ per cent; $13,000. Matthew M Knox aud Eiiza A, his wf. by Sheriff, to Joslas J Andrews— l% acres In division O. lands of S*n Gabriel Or ange Urove Association; $120<>. Joslas J Andrews to Klizabeth An drew* Knox—same; $-69. M T Collins lo Ada Thayer—NX of lots 18 and 20. elk O, Aliso tract; $ 100. Ada Toayer to Sarah AOollman—Same as las'; $1800. Elmiru h Beach to S B Hunkins—Rich land farm lot40;$4>00. John S Griffin and Louisa H, his wife, to Charles J Fox snd Sarah Mary, his wife— Lot between Main st and Los An gel- s st extension: SUOuO. Esther Hellmau to Hizabeth Millard —Lot 22, block B, Morris Vineyard tract; •100. W H Workman to M J Wicks-Lot 7, blk D, Mott tract; $30J. Louis M de Chaves, by City Tax Col lector, lo Geo Lenusoager— Lots 1,2, S, 4, 5 and 0, blk 1; lots 2. 3 and 4, blk 2: lots l, 2, 4 and S, blk 3; lois 6and 6, blk 4; lots 5 and 6, blk 5; lots 1 and 8, blk 6; blk 8, lens lots 6 and 7; blk 9, less lot 1, and blks 6 and 10; $62.92. Estate of christian Rorden lo Frederl ca Rorden aud Meta Rorden—Decree of distribution—All property of said estate. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. DlvlMon of Telegrams and Reports (or the l.euotltof Commerce and Agrloulture (import of observations taken at Lou An. eel**, cal., Feb. 23, 1882 a o H p. p. Maximum Thermometer, 83.0 [ Minimum •• 170 Various Causes Advanclng years, care, sickness, disap pointment and boredltary predisposi tion—all operate to turn the hull-gray, and either of them inclines it to shed prematurely. Ayer's Uaik \ iqok will restore faded or gray, light or red hair to a rich brown or ueep black, as may be desired. I' softens and cleanses the scalp, giving it a healthy action. It re moves and cures dandruff and humors. By its use (ailing hair Is checked and a new'growtn will be produced iv all cases where the follicles aio not de stroyed or the glands decayed. Its ef fects are beautifully shown ou brashy, weak, or sickly hair, on which a lew app'lcations will produce the gloss and lieshuessof youth. Harmless and sure in it) results, It Is incomparable as a dressing, and is especially valued for the soft lustre and richness of tone it Imparts. ayer'sHai* Vigor Is colorless; con tains neither oil nor dyo, and will not soil or color white cambric; yet It lasts long on the hair, and keeps it fresh and vigorous, imparting an ngieeable perfume. For sale by all druggists. NEW TO-DAY. TURNVEREIN HALL WALLACE SISTERS! Two Nights Only! Wednesday and Thursday March Ist and Od* Engagement of tho Beautiful and Charming JENNIE WALLACE, MAUD WALLACE, THE great WALLACE SISTERS Supported by the FIFTH AVENUE Comedy Company! Grandest Troupe that has ever appeared In Los Angeles. During the Wallace Slaters' engage ment the following plays will he pro duced: Minnie's Luck, Jacquette. admission 503. Reserved Seats 75c. Reserved seats for salo at P. Lazarus's bookstore, Spring street. fe24ul NEW MEXICO MINES. I have richly promising gold, silver and copper mining properties in New Mexico, and want to meet a party who will supply money to develop them, in order to reach rich pay ore. mines will probably require to be deepened from 100 to 20 ) feet, To a party who will sup ply i lie money to deepen the mine got) feetlwill give a one-half share in tho mine aud half the mineral taken out while sinking. A small investment promises a fortune. For further particu lars, and to see samples from the mines, address box 1207. FrATu HAY FOR SALE. HAY FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. Barley and Oat Hay SIB per ton. Alfalfa Hay SIS per ton. Apply to J. F. FALVEY, Santa Anita Ranch. fe2l-2w Slotterbeck's Gallery. MR. SLOTTERBECK proposes the fol lowing LIST OF PRIZES to be contend ed for at his popular Gallery, DOWNEY BLOCK: First - Fine Winchester Rifle, with choice of either largeor small bore. Second—Breech-Loading shotgun. Third-Ivory-Handled Smith It Wesson Self-Cocking Revolver. Fourth—Self-uoiking Revolver. Fifth—ivory-Hanuled Revolver. fel7-2w OHAWCE TREEsT" WASHINGTON NAVEL ORANGE TKt.ES FOR SALE. Four hundsed and fifty two-year old buds, three hundred.oue year old buds at reasonable prices; ulso, fifty twelve year old seedling orange trees, at $2 each. Address S. KiOHARDsON, San Gabriel. fe4-lm JETOiH SALE. Kimball Mamsion, Lob Angeled, Cal. The most elegant private boarding mansion In Southern California; con tains 18 rooms, hue parlors, large dlu logroom, complete kitchen and laun dry; black walnut furniture, Brussels carpets, marble mantels; grates aud gas, throughout; during the past seven years has enjoyed an extensive flrst-ulass pat ronage. For further partlculais apply ou the premises or address M. H KIM HALL, Los Angeles, cal. fe2l-ltn FOR SALE. " THE LAKE VINEYARD HOUSE AND GROUNDS AT PASADENA. jFIFXICKIN ACRKs, mostly set to orange aud Lemon trees now bear ing— 1500 bearing raisin grape vines. IHK HOUWE has 16 rooms and Is now fun of paying boarders; it would make a fine private residence. Apply to the-owueron the premises. 11-lm JOHN GKIHWOLO, ITOTIGE To Grain Shippers. All grata arriving here by rail or teams consigned to the undersigned for ship ment will be stored FREE FOR FIVE DAYS. All grain remaining in my possession or a longer time will be charged for a the rate of 75 cents per ton, besides Ighterage. PHINEAB BANNING. Wilmington. Jan.. MSI. d7tf Capitol Bakery AND CONFECTIONERY, SPRING below tho Postofflce. ■•"WEDDING CAKES AND FANCY PARES of all styles always on hand. SWATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES fOT re Holidays. Gl' 'me a call. dMm a. SCHUMACHER j WANTS- LOST—FOUND. Housekeeper or (*overness. A lady of educatieu and refinement would like a situation as housekeeper, ilas had experience in taking charge of a house; also in the care and instruction of children; would tako tbe position oi resident gnverness or almost any pluee of trust and responsibility. Adores* Mrs H„ HEKALnotflce. fe23-3t LOST. A CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT oi Ihe Commercial Bank of Los Angeles, No. 80i7. dated Juno 14,1881, lor $150, payable 10 the order oi Vnes Klveling. All per aons are warned not to purchase or ne' the same. fel4-!st Cfl nnfV Seedling Orange Trees, from vviUUw Central American seed, for sale at MRS. H. SHAW'S NURSERY, .>n San Pedro ut, below Adams st. P. O. oox 1465, Los Angeles, Cal. fel2-4ni Lodging House for Sale. A lodging house of 11 rooms, all occu pied. Appiyat 44 MAIN ST , opposite Cosmopolitan Hoiel. feB-if Partner Wanted. With a ssall capital, in a GOOD PAYING BUSINESS. None but enter prising businesM men need answer. Call at 41 Spring street (Valder's store) or address oox 670, Postofflce. d3ttf Partner Wanted. PARTNER WITH $1000 WANTED in the hotel business. A good investment aud a paying business. Address s., this office. d!7tf Work Horace. FOUR WORK HORSES FOR SALE at RttICHARD'S PLACE, near Azusa Sour Corners. nl9tf Wanted. A lot of hair-pint and one pint flasks. Boys, gather them up aud bring them along to WOOLLACoTT'S. o27ti FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Frankllu streets, one block from Postofflce. d3ltf MINES FOR MARES. The subscriber wishes to exchange several mining claims in the best locali ties In Arizona for first-class brood mare-. Address, U W. LORD, JylTtf Los Angeles. SPLENDID INVESTMENT In city property is offered; will net 15 per cent. Call on C. WHITE, Je26-n6m Room 4«, Temple Block. FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE. A well established business with fine ly assorted stock of general merchan dise, mining and milling supplies. Splendid American and sonora, (Mexi can) trade". For full particulars apply or address, SPRINGER A UACKES. Charleston, A. T. Or their San Francisco office, 205 Front St., San Francisco, Cal. fel9-lw TREES FOR SALENS In lots to suit. Call at once on fell-lm C. WHITE, 49 Temple Block. HORSES FOR SALE. IA well-tnatched pair of Work Horses, five years old, sound and kind. Also, a lino family horse, six years old; a lady cau drive him; not afraid of any thing. inquire of DR. COWPER, at Ferguson A Roise's livery stable. dl 7 LOT FOR SALE. On Hill strreet, below Eighth street, a lot 60 feet iront by iCS IVetdeen. Enquire of T. A. Templeton, Herald office. j-Jsif Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGE LES, Cal. sarSPACIOUS PARLORS, Flno Suites, and Large Single Sunuy Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. **rTHE TABLE supplied with the best the-market affords. fe22tf MRS. M. H. KIMBALL, Prop. FOUND! A PLACE WHERE A FINE CUP OF CoFKEE or POT OF TEA, Hot or Cold ' Lunch, Baked Beans and Brown Bread, Boston style, every day. Pure milk lv any quantity. Having leased the formerly White House,! have good, spacious and airy room*), newiy mrnisiied lv mo.st com fortable style, >*t reasonable rates. Dot and Cold Baths at any hour. A large, comfortable Reading Room open day and night, SMITH'S, CORNER LO3 ANGELES AND COM MERCIAL STREETS. j3l J. W. SMITH, Proprietor. Private Boarding. Parties desiring to board in a private family can be accommodated by apply ing at No. 6 Oucommun street. The lady dues her own cooking. feiB-lm ORANGE TREES, 10,000 SEEDLING, j 10,000 BUDDED, All in prime condition, from 5 to 9 feet high. FOR SALE ON FAVORABLE TERMS, IN LARGE OR SMALL LOTS. ADDRESS OR APPLY AT LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK. Sua C. E. BROWN. W. E. MORFORD. MORFORD & BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, And dealers in Mining and Oil Properties. Corner Spring and Temple Streets, Los Angeles, Cal,, HAVE FOR SALE City and Country Residences, Orange , Groves, Vineyards, Grain and Stock Ranohos. Aiso, City Business Property. S9"Conveyanoes at the door for the free use of our patrons In examining property. o7 Horses—Notice to Stock Men. A VALUABLE OAKLAND RESI DENCE, two minutes walk from rail road depot, situated on one of the prin cipal streets, will be exchanged for Cali fornia or half-bieed mares and colts. For further particulars address W. B. «., Rooms 66 and 66, No. 830 Pine street,! Ban Francisco, Cal. slB-Mw-tf 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. La Esperauza Store, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CHOICE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Family orders made a specialty. Goods deliv ered to all parts of the city. Orders taken at residences every morning. Also Commission Merchants. 130 Main Street, Los Angeles. Mlm E. MARTIN A CO., Wholesale Liquor and Wine Dealers, 24 Main Street, Baker Block, Los Angeles Cal. (A branch of tbe oldest and largest San Francisco liquor house of the same firm name.) The attention of the country jobbing and saloon trade s invited to the fine and fully assorted stock of WHISKIES. BR ANDIES, p v ortT cms, m RUM, BITTERS, Etc., Of every kind. A full assortment of the wines and brand ies of Stern & Rose, San Gabriel, and the Cucamonga Vineyard Co., for both of which which we are agents. Invalids, to whom wines and liquors are a necessity, will find a stock of choice old wines and liquors, such as can not be had elsewhere. Give us a call. E. MARTIN & CO., mtti Baker Block, Los Angeles. For Crewels, Chenillesand Felts,) I fi n | nftr PPn For Fancy Work, at f Lll CISGI fillOl Ladies' and Gents' Fancy and/ I r\ n \- nr Q P rt Furnishing Goods at j Lll 6156 l GLLOi ALL KINDS OF STAMPING SONS AT L. PEISER & GO'S. The best and most complete stock of La-) I n 1 OP dies'and Children's Hosiery, Men's Un- V I rP|QprA|| fl derwear, Corsets, etc., can be found at.. ) Lll CluCI 1* uUI 38 SPRIIsTGr ST., fe3-lm LOS ANGELES) Liverpool & London & Globe INSURANCE Co. BAN FRANCIBCO BRANCH ESTABLISHED IN 1852. Directors in San Francisco: W. F. BABCOCK, „ Chairman WM. ALVOttD Deputy Chairman LUCIUS H. ALLEN, LEVI STRAOS. CHARLES I). HAVEN,...- Secretary Losses Paid Since Organization, $66,000,000. The Immense assets and the r xj.i .-un tn liability of over 1800 shareholders make this company one of the very beet lor those desiring first-class Indemnity. fl J. BRODRICK, Resident Apit, Los Aeples. Hartford Fire Ins. Co., HARTFORD, CONN., January Ist, 1881. ASSETS, 93,761,379.47. GEO. I. CHABE, President. 0. B. WHITING, Secretary. Cash Capital $1,250,900 CO I Reserve for Re-Insurance.. $1,189 217 01 Outstanding Claims 144,824 76 | Net Surplus over All 1,174,987 70 INCORPORATED 1810. CHARIER PERPETUAL. G. P. Bissell, Manager Western Department, Chioago, 111.; A. P. Flint, Manage- Paciflo Department, Ban Francisco, Cal.; W. J. Whaling, General Agent Southern States, 68 Uarocdelet street, New Orleans, La.; Geo. M. Uoit, 150 Broadway, corner Liberty st., Agent in New York; Hovey & Fenno, Agents, 31 Statu St., Boston. WM. LACY, General Aleut Southern California, Los Angeles. Losses paid in 08 years, over $23,000,000. Agencies in all prominent localities ia the United Slates and British Provinces. <J2B lm H. BLOTTERBECK 77 Main Street. Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery lllllllntlfhllHUl SPOBTINa GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Alio a fine SHOOTING GALLERY. B EPAIHING OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY. rSStf SPANISH LANGUAGE. MR. J. PUIQ, a native of Spain, teaches the Spanish language with per fection In a few months and at very moderate prices. Tbot6 desiring to ac quire said language should not lose this opportunity. 'terms: For tbr°e lessons weekly, at house of pupil, *l per month, and ti per month for instruction at tbe hous.e of the Professor. Toe language will be taught grammatically. JO3E PUIQ, 37 A Hsu street, corner Alameda and Los Angeles. fe7-lm PONET & ORR, UNDERTAKERS And Embalmcrs, 66 M AXIsT ST.« PACIFIC COAST Abalone Shell JEWELRY. R. W. JACKSON, MANUFACTURER, Has arrived In tbe city with a splendid and great variety suitable lor Souvenirs of California. Also, Mother-or-Pearl Shells, prepared for palotlng. Tourists especially are In vited to call and examine the muguili oent aioortment on exhibition al the Jewelry House of Plait de Page, General Agents, corner Spring and Conn His., fe2l lm Los Angeles. NEW YORK BREWERY LAUTH «V STECKER (Bnooessors to Chris. Hsnns) Proprietors The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOHj BRILLIANT LASER BEEB South of San Francisco. Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLES BbiUß promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery defies competition In the State. mrS-tf Ladles' German Benevo lent Society. A special meeting, for tbe purpose of arranging for the anniversary, will be heldatTurnvereln Halloa THURSDAY. February USd, at 2 o'clock p. if. All members are requested to be present. MRS .JOHN MILNBR, fejltd President