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The Herald steak Printing Hor/sj Oaki a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low l ites. Spanish language. By Prof. A. Cttyas, 21 Main Street. dll-l'y Desmond, the Hatter, invites the at tention of those who desire goods in his till to his splendid new stock of hats anil caps of all grades, styles and price s. An • xperience of thirteen years in the bus. 'less, in Los Angeles, has enabled him to Select his stock with an accurate knowledge of the needs of this section. As he always has a heavy line to select from, and depends upon quick turns and small profits, the public show good sense in giving him their steady patron age. "Nobby styles, moderato prices," is tho legend inscribed over the door of Desmond's, Temple Block, opposite the United States Motel. Parodying the words of Dante, "He who enters there sees hope to the fore," for he gets goods which are simply nonpareil at the lowest standard quotations, my3-tf Farmers. Attention. The livni of Miles Bros., Commission Merchants, No. 5 Los Angeles street, have been appointed sole agents for the celebrated Wallace A. Woods's .Mower and the A. W. Crates Sulky Hay Bake. Parties contemplating purchasing either of the above articles will tind it to their advantage to call on Messrs. Miles Bros, before purchasing elsewhere. np 13-1 in. Dancing Classea. Mrs. Hftrvey gives notice that, from Saturday, April Bth, she will hold her dancing school in tho Kindergarten rooms, next door to tin; Hammond House, on Main street, where she will teach ladies and children on Saturday, from 2 till 1, and on Wednesdays, from 4 till li. Private clubs anil single les sons in graceful waltzing taught at same place on moderate terms. For further particular! apply at residence, room 11, Hammond House, Mum street, near Third. upo-1 m John Shaffer, C 8 Alameda Street, Opp. Sisters' School. Manufacturer of tents, wagon covers, awnings, etc. All kinds of tents to rent. Also, .sells till widths of canvas'from the lightest to the heaviest, at San Fran cisco prices. My2-3hi, Mr. P. Adam, the pioneer tailor of Los Angeles, No. 13 Spring street, in forms his patrons and the public gener ally that he has just received a large as sortment of the latest styles of spring and summer goods, which for elegance and variety of pattern cannot be sur passed. A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and examine his stock. * m 2-1 m five hundred dollars worth of second hand clothing wanted at No. 8 Aliso street. To Whom it May Concern. Please take notice. Any person hav ing pledges or collaterals at the Star Loan and Broker Office, No. 4 Com mercial street, will please redeem the same i r pay accrued interest thereon within thirty days from this (kite or they will be sold. P. S. -Money loaned on all kinds of personal property. mrSOtf The greatest discovery of the age is the celebraten 1 'Rakoczy Water." Pre scribed by the leading physicians and recognized as the best. (.'. Heinze man is tlie agent for Southern California. F. Lincquist, merchant tailor, No. 20 Spring street, is himself a practical cut ter; and, having had ample experience in San Francisco and Los Angeles, knows how to meet the requirements of his customers. He keeps a full supply of the best cloths constantly on hand and makes them up "upon honor." The old reliable store of C. F. Heinze man is still headquarters for drugs and mci oines. He has a full line of patent mei.icines, selling them in quantities to suit at Eastern prices. C; thes cleaned or dyed, then mended and j ressed and warranted to look like new, >t No. 8 Aliso street. Hughes's,Russian baths, located No. 15 Mam street, opposite the I'ieo House. Gentlemen and ladies attended to by persons of their own sex. The largest stock of drugs, medicines, perfumeries and toilet articles in South ern California, at C. F. Heinzeinau's. Second-hand clothing bought and sold at No. S Aliso street. Eastern oystern every style; hot and cold lunches and till the delica cies of the season served on the shortest notice at Congress Hall, corner of Main and Requena streets. Ice cold Boca beer, the best on the coast, always on hand, as well as a full supply of the best brands of liquors, wines and cigars. Open day and night. See the Coneolodor in bis wonderful transmutation of colors lit the dyeing and scouring establishment, No 8 Aliso street. Bavarian Felsen beer constantly on draft at Pbilippi's Yolks Halle, Market street. The colorist does dyeing and ICOUrinjj at No S Aliso street. Nervous Debility. A CURE GUARANTEED. UK. EL C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN Treat ment, a specific for llysieri.i, Dixun&M, CoHVUI. si. hi-, KervouiHeadache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory, Spermatorrhoea, Impotency, Involun tary Emission*, premature old sis, caused by OTef exertion, scl: abuse or over indulgence, which leads to misery decay and death. OnebOX will cure recent oases. ICach box contains one month's treatment; one dollar a box, or six boxes for live dollars; sent by mail on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any ease. With each order received by us for six boxes, accom panied with live dollars, we w ill semi t lie purchaser our written guarantee to return the money if tho treatment does not elfect a cure, Guarantees la med only by C. V. BEINZEMAN. No. 72 Main St., Los Angeles, California, Whole ml* and Retail Druggist. Orders by mail at regular price*. teSS-lydfcw $500 REWARD. We will pay the above reward for any ease of Liver Complaint, Dyapepala, Sick Headache, In digestion, Constipation or Costheness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver I'ills, when the ilirceiii.ns are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail to give satisfac tion. Sugar Coated. Lares Boxes, containing :i0 I'ills, "J , . cuts. For sale by all Druggists. Itc ware'of bnmttstkma. The genu!re manufactured Only by JOHN C. WES T a CO., "The Pill-Mak ers," 1111 & 10' i VV. Madison St., Chicago. Free trial pael age sent by mail prepaid on receipt of a three cent stamp. C. F, HEIXZEMAN, No 72 Main St., I.os Angeles, California. Whole sale atld Retail Druggist. Orders by mail at regular prices. fc2.i-lyd&w Mescal de Tequila, The popular beverage of the Mexicans, and now 80 highly appreciated by Americans, can be had only at GUERRERO'S, corner I'pper Main and Marehesaault street*. ap2s-lm DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1882. Herald Steam Printing Hou3e. The lIKHAI.n Steam Printing BoBSS is not sur passed by any Joh Printing Office on the Pacific Coast, outsside of San Francisco, in facilities fcr doing Job work, bow prices, good work and ex pedition may be relied upon at this ollice. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SER VICE, U. S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and lii ports for the ben efit of Commerce and Agriculture, Iteport of ob servation! taken at Los Angeles, Cal., May! 1882: _ g ■ I I '3 £ — ■ I r i i 5 5 5 d I 0 :15a.m. M):il4 r.5 51 XK 1 Pair !:15r.M. S0:10 73 51 BW 7 Pair I15r.il. SOiU 57 51 B 1 Clear Maximum Thermometer, 78.0 Minimum Thermometer, .''3.o LOCAL BREVITIES. Ladies' hats. People's store. , A young girl to work in a small family is advertised for in New To-Day. Felsen Bavarian Bock beer on draft at .lake Philippi's saloon every day. Miss Mamie Perry returns to her Los Angeles home from San Franclsc to-day. Two cottages in East Lo.s Angehs are advertised for side under Mew To- Day. Childrens' trimmed hats - J0 cents, People's store. For banquets, dinners and parties use Eclipse Champagne, equal to any im ported. W. E. Hadley, of the Morton House, San Diego, left for his home by steamer yesterday. Los Angeles resounded to the tread of more newspaper men yesterday than for many a day. There were a heap of tall men in the city yesterday, mainly referable to the Texas Press excursion. , Johnson it Lombard, of Artesia, have started a cheese factory which promises to be (piite successful. Those having scores of 24 or over at the Centennial shooting gallery, must shoot oil' their ties by Saturday next. A Michigan man proposes to establish a paper box factory in Los Angeles. Let him go in ami win, which be is sure to do. The family of J. A. Whitmore left for Los Angeles last night, to pass I lie sum mer in that place. — Arizona Star, April MIL Children's solid color French hose 23 cents. People*! store. Elsewhere a gentleman advertises for a place of from one to five acres of ground and' a house of lour or five rooms. Col. J. J. Ayers, of the Bxpreu, is amongst the passengers who will reach Los Angeles from San Francisco this morning. Mr. Wm. it. Gould, the proprietor of the Commt rcial, returned yesterday from a pasoo of a week's duration to .San Ber nardino county. The funeral of Mr. Dcs Autels yester day was large and impressive. The de ceased had hosts of friends who lament his untimely death. All wool spring ulsters K>.7.~>. Peo ple's store. Gen. T. S. West, of Philadelphia, and Ms. George A. Tiffany, of this city, are amongst the overland passengers from the north this morning. Twenty-six of the Boston excursion ists left for the north by rail yesterday, and the remaining forty-six will follow in their wake this afternoon. The Magnolia 1 lancing Club, encour aged by its first brilliant efforts, pro poses to be one of the leading social fea tures of Los Angeles. Juan Lopez, arrested for firing a pis tol off in Bonoratown, pleaded guilty in City Justice Adams's Court yesterday, and was mulcted in the sum of .So. Hon. Win. F. White and Hon. Evan J. Coleman, the Bank Commissioners, after making an official investigation of the status of the San Diego banks, have returned to San Francisco, They are about running a street ear line from Santa Ana to Tnstin City —a distance of three miles. Verily the spirit of enterprise has taken possession of our Southern neighbors. All linen towels 10 cents each. Peo ple's ■tore. Mr. J. de Berth Shorb, of San Ma rino, was in tho city yesterday. He in forms us that work will begin to-day on the excavation for the mammoth new Winery, near the Five Mile House. The bee prospects in the San Fernan do are said to be excellent. The little, busy bee knows w hat is good for him, and he is wanning up for an active cam paign in Los Angeles county this year. Mr. Bob Creighton has returned to Los Angeles, after v sojourn of some years in Arizona. He has just got back from a visit to his old friends in Illinois. He will remain here for some days. Sixty-four members of the Texas Press Asst>ciation arrived in Los Angeles yes terday and will leave this evening for San Francisco. After inspecting the metropolis and its surroundings, thoy will return to their homes via the South ern route. Spring jackets, light shades, with silk hood. $2.05. People's store. Mr. B. Dreyfus, of Anaheim, one of our most experienced vignerons, says that the present is the most prolific season ever known in the vineyards of tho southern porcionof Los Angeles county. As to Los Angeles proper and the San Gabriel valley we can echo this judg ment. Ladies' button kid shoe* $1. People's store. Jose Martinez, examined before City Justice Adams yesterday on the charge assault with intent to commit mur der, was discharged, the evidence being insufficient, The examination of Manuel Lugo, on the same charge, was not con cluded and will he resumed this morn ing. A serviceable straw hat for children 23 cents. People's store Los Angeles, which was once the bloodiest and most lawless place on the American continent, has become so tame that our visit to the police office, al the mid hour hist night, disclosed not a sin gle police incident. What a fall is there, my countrymen! Our old friend Dusoe returned yester day from his visit to his old New Eng land home. He is glad to get hack, and congratulates himself on finding the babies all right. Dusoe is, above all things, a family man, though he is, withal, a most skillful compounder of drinks. Monday night Dodson,of the El Monte hotel, gave one of those thorough halls for which he is noted. It was largely attended, and there was "a sound of revelry by night" which nearly rivaled the Brussels episode at which the iron Duke participated, and which Lord By ron celebrated. Dodson knows how to do this sort of thing. When the Board of Supervisors said yesterday, in effect, "millions for de fence, but not a cent for tribute to fan aticism," it scored a point which will re dound to its honor and popularity. Scat! That exclamation about emphasizes the verdict of a wine growing county upon a lot of steep and huge nonsense cubic, so to speak. We received a pleasant call yesterday from Mr. Powell, formerly foreman of the Pittsburgh /'on/. He is accompa nied by his wife and has come with the intention of remaining permanently,pro vided he can purchase a suitable homo. Mr. and Mrs. Powell would be quite an acquisition to OUr population and we hope they may conclude to stay with us-. Mr. Bliss, with a public spirit de serving of all commendation, called on the Texas excursionists yesterday ami invited them to visit his place and see what a genuine, live Los Angeles orange grove means. Having shown them his own exquisite place he pro poses to take them over to Wolfskill's, where they will be able to inspect the largest single orange grove in the world. All linen crash, '20 yards for $1. Peo ple's store. Dr. C. V. Heinzeman has been reap pointed County Druggist by the Board of Supervisors. This is a deserved tribute to an honest but retiring man, whose only fault is that he has a voice so weak, when engaged in a friendly con troversy, that almost anybody can over power him. The Doctor as a county purveyor has never been approached either in efficiency or integrity. We always thought that there was a remarkable degree of vitality about our friend Joughin, of the Cienega. This vague idea is confirmed by the death of his brother, recently, at the Isle of Man, at the age of 102, These Manx people are liable to live to almost any age. We should not be a whit surprised if the Cienega Joughin should reach about one hundred and fifty years before he kicks the bucket. We had the pleasure of a call yester day from Miss Henrietta Monroe, a lady who has been remarkably successful in recitations abounding in humorous, pa thetic aul tragic features, She has gone down to San Diego county, where she proposes to give readings from a repertoire of over two hundred pieces. On her return, the probability is that our own people will lie favored with an exhibition of her histrionic abilities, lion. .John P. Irish, of lowa City, lowa, who has been spending some time in Los Angeles, leaves us to-day. Dur ing his stay here he made many friends, who regret the briefness of his stay. Yesterday he drove out through the Ban Gabriel valley and took in Sunny Slope and the other local "lions." Mr. Irish knew Mr. L. .1. Rose years ago in low a. Ho is emphatic in the expression of the belief that this is God's country. The consciousness has been built up in the minds of our people, till it has at tained the strength and consistency of a stone wall, that 1). Desmond, Temple Block, opposite the United States Hotel, is the "boss" hatter of Southern Califor nia. Both in the price and quality of his goods he distances all competition, while his winning mercantile ways are beyond all praise. It. is a pleasure as well as a profit to ileal witli Desmond. We acknowledge the Compliment of a call last night from a number of the Texas newspaper excursionists. A line, manly, handsome lot of fellows they are too, by the way. Amongst the number were Mr. Wm. Lot/., now the editor ami proprietor of a Texas newspaper, who was formerly connected with the llkkald under Mr. Bassett's management. These gentlemen all express themselves de lighted with their Los Angeles experi ences, and speak in commendatory terms of our city and county, some of the more enthusiastic indulging in very energetic adjectives, in which there was a Sugges tion of the Garden ol Eden, etc. We regret very much that their stay will be so brief, and hope that, having found the way out here, they will come often. The Texas Press excursionists, uniler the guidance of Chief of Police King, yesterday explored Chinatown. They «cut through all the minified haunts of Mongolian vice widely will attain magni tude when the excursionists reach the. San Francisco ramification of this unut terable enormity. It is perfectly safe to say that, when these innocent and bu colic delegates from the future "Empire State" return to their "Lone Star homes," they will Imj more than ever wedded to thu ideas of their Democratic brethren of the Golden State, which are embodied in the curt but comprehensive declaration, which Denis Kearney plagiarized, viz., "the Chinese must go." An inspection of the exquisite purlieus of San Francisco will crystalize this original Los Angeles verdict into a gran ite consistency, Mr. N. W. Stowell just now is en gaged in a work of great difficulty and labor and no little expense and singu larity. A wealthy Riverside gentleman and an equally wealthy partner from the Fast have purchased live hundred acres of land near the famous Cuca inonga vineyard. Mr. Stowell is en gaged in surrounding this tract with a stone and concrete fence which will be four feet high. A twenty horse power wheel will be put up, which will supply the power for a Hour mill and other manufacturing establishments, which will be erected in due time. It is pro posed to subject this rich, enclosed laud to a very minute cultivation, and, when all the arrangements have been com pleted, the perfected farm will he taken possession of by a colony. An electric light will diffuse a gentle radiance over these eclectic and esthetic colonists, o' nights. An eccentric character known as "Dr." Money, died at the Mission, some weeks ago. lie was a most singular personage; and, if his curious traits were written up by some one who knew him, they would form a very curious chapter, before California was annexed to the United States deceased, who was then a man of considerable scientific at tainments, came to this Coast on some sort of mission from the British govern ment, lie sustained some concussion on the head, shortly after his arrival, which deranged his intellect. For years past he has resided at the Mission, and for a long while he maintained an office in Los Angeles, in the idd Mobie which ad joined Ferguson & Hose's stables, and which was fitted up in a very unique fashion, being ornamented with daring pictures of no artistic value and other objects numerous enough to constitute a sort of "Old Curiosity Shop." His pre tensions to medical skill were implicitly believed in by many of the Native Cali fornians, and he maintained a precarious sort of existence by the sale of his nos trums. The Texas Press Excursionists. It is a laughable circumstance, but the fact that we received, by telegraph yes terday morning, the names of the Texas Press Fxcursionists from Casa Grande, would leave us behind hand, in the esti mation of our editorial brethren, if we failed to reproduce them again this morning. We therefore "repeat," which has been asserted to be a Democratic practice. They are as follows: H L Gosling, President, "The Quill;" N II Withers, "Texas Greenbacker," Tijler; II C Jones, "Union," Dallas; R O Ruse, "Round Up," Gsso; .1 AY Bursen, Beeretary "Denison Her ald; A W Gilford, Treasurer "San An tonio Light;" F Gaston, "Blade," Me ridian; W M Ynndell, "Times," Buni; .1 B Bridges, "Signal," Luting; E X Overall, "News," Palestine;L L> Lillard, "Recorder," Fairfield; D Nation, "Na tion," Richmond; D C Williams, "Mon itor," Mineola; J R Franklin, "Ban ner," Brenhem; G E Gilbert, "Re porter," Abiline; E L Wepf, "Times," Terrelli T P Maddox, "Journal," Mont gomery; J W Baines, "Advocate," Me- Kinneyj 8 A Pisburn, "Ledger," Mexia; A T MeKie; "Herald," El Paso; J T Mitchell, "P>anner,"Green vile; J M Con nor, "Herald," Morris county; R T Mli ner, "Times," Henderson; W T Rob erts, "Register," Gainesville; W R Lotty, "Clarendon," Bailed; .) M Fletcher, "Journal," Linden; A W Riley, "Chronicle," Elburne; W D Lankford, "News',' Quitman; J H Davis, "Hereld," Mt Vernon; E EW Harris, "News," Henderson; E G Sen ter, "Telegram," Cleburne; E S Merri man, "Press," Corpus Ghrlstil P L Mayes, "Sentinel," Winsboroj .1 M Prazierj "Sentinel," Winsboro; .1 M Frazicr, "Sentinel," Morgan; W A Aliey, "Democrat," Long View; George Gerse, "Msnitor," Denton; L O Wel.h, "Pittsburgh Magnet;" R J Redgidl, ''Narrow Gauge," Athens, — A L Crouch, "Bulletin," Cicnro; J (i W Wood, "News," Mt Pleasant; .1 S l'eun, •'Times,'' Laredo; J W Johnson, "Post," Houston; J L Temona, "Reg ister," Caldwell; 0 W Dodson, "News," Henderson; 15 Culmore, "Ger. Post," Houston; E F Yager, "Enterprise," Waxahachie; F I. Robinson, "Item," Huntsville; J W Coldedge, "Mirror," Hillsboro; J II Sullivan, "Journal," Galveston; 10 C Huckabee, "Mirror," Waxahachie; CJ Pilgrim, "Inquirer," Gonzales; G P Miller, "Observer," Gor sicana; E P. Scott, "Empire," Stephens ville; A Hoag, "Journal of Education." Austin; W T Walker, "Journal," Tyler; .1 T Walker, "Star," Terrell. The Chino Ranch. We recently learned that Richard Gird, tin'owner of this extensive raucho, has for the past season built some fifty miles of wire fence. He attaches laths along the top wire by means of staph s, the ends of the laths being about one foot apart. This costs but four or live dollars a mile extra, and prevents all stock from breaking the wires by acci dental contact. Mr. Gird has lately purchased Hancock .Johnston's Short Horn herd of 120 head, including twenty four thoroughbred bulls. He has also made other notable and extensive pur chases. The (,'hino ranch embraces much excellent land, ami Mr. Gird seems determined to make advantageous use of it in the raising of improved stock, and we shall look with interest fbr a full account of his enterprise in the near future. — Ruml Press. Save money by buying your saddles aud harness at Slaughter's 88 Spring street, near Second. Goods marked in show windows or ad vertised in the papers you can always get the same goods a little cheaper at Bright's farmers' Cheap store, as he has no time to advertise. Mission San Fernando, A. D. 1882. V >.s, myitis awe of midnight deep— ].' -hivcring sighs and hush of sleep— O'er shadowy arch and w all; The wind goes by with hollow moan, And o'er the ruins, dim and lone, Tile trembling lnoonlieams fall. The moon in glory rides on high; The camp Arc fades; and, as I lie Beside the smouldering coals, A century, with its hopes und fears, Its loves and hate, and smile, mid tears, Its mystic scroll unrolls. The myriad lamps of heavenly light Transfigure with a halo bright The hoary ruins gray; And lo' from out the buried years A Vision of the Past appears In all its brave array. I see beneath the mountain heights The hurrying crowd of neophytes Go by in burdened train; And o'er the purple billowy swells The musio of the Mission belli Floats softly up again. 1 see the solemn, priestly inarch beneath the massive church-way arch; 1 hear the prayers and sighs Around the altar, dim and quaint, Where Holy Virgin, Christ and Saint book down with pitying eyes. I sec a throng of maidens fair, Sweet lips that murmur low in prayer, Or penitential mood, That have no secrets to confess Save love's transgressions, more or less Of evil or of good. 1 see the dim procession slow- In solemn pageant come and go To keep the Lenten Fast; Quaint pomp of holy mass and feast Like sunrise rays that Hush the east, Night lhadowl tied and past. 1 see the lithe va<|Ucro dash Across the plain, like lightning Hush, Or 'mid tho eddying whirl Of frantic bands that tlee in vain I'm safety o'er the llowcry plain. His trusty lasso hurl. 1 sec the euballoro speed And sudden rein his iiery steed, And bow with knightly grace, Beneath his broad sombrero's shade, To greet the unreluetant maid •O'ertaken in the race. Morn, and a flush of green and gold ' Put not the glory as of old, The wakened vision greets; No Basing bands, with thundering sweep, Disturb the ages' dreamless sleep; lint, hushed in silence soft and deep. The Past the Present meets. Now, but a sea of waving grain o'erspreads afar the shimmering plain, Where once the serried bands, Like shadows o'er a slumbering sea. In wayward fancy wandering free, O'crclouded all the lands. Dead are the Padres- cold and ;;hast; l'leil an' tho glories of the past That once their shadow's threw; Dust arc the hearts that once beat high. And dimmed each lustrous, melting eye That swept the azure blue. The sighing olive bends and waves Above the lone, forgotten graves Of.neophytes and priest; And lofty heights keep watch and ward, As if the slumbering dust to guard, From earthly care released. Beyond thy circle, granite-walled, Kinged round and round with emerald. Like shadowy, phantom lines, Where blue of skies and mountains merge, Upon tlie dim horizon's verge, I see the spectral pines. They stand as in the long ago, Down-gazing on the scene below, As, in a spell-bound trance, They looked upon thut early scene, Unfolded 'neath the skies serene, The far-reflected, dazzling sheen Of crucifix and lance. A waste of crumbling, ruined piles; A wreck of twisted, falling tiles, Is all that tells to-day Of San Fernando's kingly dower, Of glory, triumph, pride and power, Forever passed away! Ala-: for Glory's cherished gleam! Alas! lor Love's fond, tender dream' For youthful hope and pride! Now naught remains to tell of all, Save walls that totter to their f ill; And hushed Oblivion's settled pall Spreads dimly far and wide. Alukkt F. Kkkciikval. Los Angeles, May, Bs2. Board of Supervisors. Tcesdav, May 2. Hoard met in regular session with full Hoard present and clerk. In the matter of the petition of the Gridley road in Arteue District.—On motion of Supervisor Hannon, at request of Mr. Gridley*, the further hearing of the matter is postponed until .(tine 7th, 1882, in order to allow him to introduce evidence in support of his claim to the road as private property, he agreeing to remove all obstruction now existing on the road without prejudice to the case. In the matter of petition of C. L. Jones et al. for a road in Norwalk Road District -On motion of Supervisor Coop er the prayer of petitioners is granted ami the road declared a public highway. The following being tho lowest and best bids for county supplies, were, awarded for the ensuing year as follows, viz: For supplying bread, Louis Ebln gerj meat, etc., Vickery & Hinds; groce ries, fuel, etc., Newmark & Co.; cloth ing, Helhnan, Haas & Co.; drugs and medicines, C. V. Heinzeman. On motion of Supervisor Cooper the bids for stationery were rejected and the Clerk instructed to re-advertise and pro duce samples of the various kinds of papers required tube furnished. The ('lerk was instructed that the bonds in awards will be the same as last year. Application of \Y. W. Ross to be ap pointed Superintendent of the County Hospital, denied, Dr. J. Hannon, on motion, was re tained as Superintendent of the Hos pital and County Physician for one year or during the pleasure of the Hoard. Adjourned until 10 a. M. to-morrow. Mining Notes. Harrison brought in lost night S rich specimen from a new discovery made last Friday about four miles north of Calico, by Thomas Pascoe. The ledge is situated on a littlo black hill all by it self, and in a locality where there was no suspicion of minerals. It assays about §600 on the surface. Two tons of Burning Moscow ore that has lain at the depot for a long time, were taken to Oro G ramie for milling, yielding 8340 per ton. The Burning Moscow now has ten tons of tirst-class ore on the dump that will double this amount. David Meacham says he has the larg est and l>est mine in the world at Esper anza. Somers is reported to have started up his live-stamp mill at Calico. 8m Ber nardino Index. COURT REPORTS. Superior Cout sarcirsn*, J. TuEstJAV, May 2. Melvih vs. Melvin—Decree ordered as prayed for and plaintiff allowed to re sume her maiden name of Lizzie M. Ritehey. Cabino Comacho, a native- of Mexico, was duly naturalized upon the testimony of A. Mallachowitz and Louis Wolfskill. Perkins vs. Perkins—Decree ordered. B. A. de Avis et al vs. W. Kalisher et si—lt appearing that defendant, Henry Wartenberg, has died, and that Wolf Kalisher is administrator of the estate, it is ordered that said Kalisher be sub stituted for Wartenberg as defendant in this action, and that the action be continued against said administrator. Same -lxmis Sloss substitut ed for W. Kalisher as defendant, he having succeeded to all right, title and interest of said estate. IIOWAUI), J. In rt estate of N. N. Northcross, deceased--Marshall Northcross appoint ed administrator on giving bonds of .•?■_'.">, --000. In re estate of A. Cottle, deceased— Hearing for final distribution set for Monday, May 15, at 10 a. m. l%rt application for appointment of guardian for Kezia Hunter, an alleged incompetent. On trial before jury. In re Guardian of M. A. Peralta, a minor. Hearing petition for letters, set for May 15th. Los Angeles Shipments. The San Francisco Journal of Com merce, of April 27th, gives a tabulated statement of the east bound freight, per Central and Southern Pacific Railroads, for March. The shipments over both lines aggregate "22,7ti0,440 pounds. Of this amount 1,436,290 pounds were from Los Angeles, all over the line of theß, I. ft. B. Thi! items are as follows : Pounds. llarlev 1X1,900 Hooks 100 Brandy 9»,:w0 CannedeHoode I,l*o Flour 50,7. r >o Fruit, Dry 4^o Fruit, Qreen 180,690 Hops 2(1,000 Hides solan Honey 211,720 Household Hoods 14,750 Miscellaneous 100 Per. Kllects 670 Potatoes 23.11H0 Huisius 2,040 Sheep (1,650) 320,000 Wheat Wine 2f.8,450 Wool MMN 1,486,280 PROPERTY TRANSFERS. REPORTED BY JUDBOK, GILLETTK ft GIB BON, EXAMINERS OF TITLES. CONNEYANCKS -MAY 2, 1882. Win CarOjWell to 11 D Gclult-Lots Sand 20, blk 2, Bandies tract; 1400. David X Hull ami Henry Hamilton, trustees, to W T Slack Lots 0 and Hi, Mission Sua Gabriel; ill. fill. Los Angela Lodtce, No 45. F & A M, to W B Thompson—Loto7, block 1), Masonic Cemetery; 110.00. Jas S Manchester to S 0 .Smith- Lot 7, range .'!, Temple .V, Gibson tract; (1406. Alex 3 Delatour to Harvey Rhodes- W part of lot 5, blk 42. Old'l survey; |SOO. Tho* Gordon Banter to Paulina Hunter—Lot 15, blk 11, Aliso tract; tJOO. li w IleUman, Jacob Haas ami J Baruch to Ana Crowley — Lots a mid 4, Junction block; |3QQ. Mrs Maria Jesus lie Shojb to Mrs Abbey* 1* Hall Lot 11, its, and lot n, B >, Alhambra tract, and water rights; (f220:i.W1. laalai W Helknan to Jacob Klcishman Lot W side Wilmington st; S2OOU. Donald II Graham to t'has Coleman, jr- Lot I!, blk Hi. East Los Angeles; S2lO. SLAVEN'S CHERRY TOOTH PASTE. An aromatic combination for the presf ervation of the teeth and gums. It is far superior to any preparation of its kind in market. In large handsome opal pots, price 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. C. F. Niece, agent, Los Angeles. C. F. Heinzemau has been appointed agent for the celebrated Shaker medi cines. Miss Logan, one of Los Angeles's old est and most reliable dress-makers, has secured the services of a first-class East ern trimmer, and will this season be pleased to see all her old customers and the ladies in general at N0.5 First street, corner of Spring. apl'2-lm Repairing promptly and cheaply done at Slaughter's 88 Spring street, near Second. Dyspepsia and indigestion instantb relieved by using Dr. Heuly's celebratei I X L Bitters. Get your ladies' and misses' hats at Blight's. . (Jet ladies' misses' and children's shoes at Bright's. New stock of dress goods from New York at Bright's. Get your parasols at Bright's. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TURNVEREIN HALL, t iias, S. Wont) ami John Osboksk, Lessees ami Managers. SUPPLEMENTAL ANNOUNCEMENT! OX lATVBVAT, MAY oth. THE SAN FRANCISCO Comic Opera Co. Will give two performances, viz: QIROrXSX QIBOFLA at the MATINEE at 2 r. m. ami La eascotte in the EVENING, With the WHOLE STRENGTH of the Company. BARRETT & RORABACK, Psont's. N. B, Mr. .lahn, of ,lalm ,t Foster, eostunurs No. UH Stockton street, San Francisc, t rave's personally with the company, to insure proper costuming. ni2 M PONET & ORR, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, Special attention given to embalming bodies for shipment. Satisfaction guaranteed. We defy competition in our prices. NO CHARCE FOR HEARSES. Office ainl rcnidctict' connected by telephone*. ap'JtUf NOT $1500, $1000 NOR $500 PER X.OT I Why pay fancy prices for city lots, when Jroej em bii> (.11 the Aliso Tract for $85 to 5350 on the instalment plan, in the most healthy and desira bio ]iart of Los Angeles, close to the business ren ter? MOOUE, the auctioneer. 1 Kequona street, is the agent, and has houses and lots on Los An geles and San Pedro staeets at low figures. Also, cheap lots on Ocean View Tract, Brooklyn Heights, Morris Vinevani, etc. ap2" iw NEW TO-DAY. J- C BRIGHT, The Famous Cheap Store Man, Is at home with a superb assortment, bought from the factories of the East. Dry goods, boots and shoes cheaper than ever, and will surprise all who give him a call with quality, quantity and low prices. REMEMBER he also sells his goods a little cheaper to secure the cash Trade. WO. S3 MAI3V STREET. »pr2J-lm EXTRAORDINARY MINS! IN 1 Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes, CAN BE HAD AT Quincy Clothing House. tfJTWe desire to direct the attention of purchasers to our Immense Stock of Latest Importation of EASTERN SPRING CLOTHING and WHITE SHIRTS, which we guarantee to sell TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER than any of our competitors. QUINCE HALL Clothing House, Hi. HARRIS, Downey Block, - - 65 Main Street, Opposite Commercial Street. ap2s-lm No Friendship in Trade No truer axiom has ever been repeated and comes home with more telling truth than the words quoted as above. The masses who have cash in hand go where they can BUY THE CHEAPEST. When people pinched with hard times and whose cash is light behold these MATCHLESS PRICES that appeal at once to their own interest, they seek to know why and how we have gained such mastery over our competitors. WE ARE BEADY AND WILLING TO TELL THE SECRET. WE SELL ONLY FOR CASH! We have no thousands of dollars idling and rotting in musty ledgers, locked at sight in brass-bound safes; no accounts ready to give to the constable for fear of icing outlawed; no collectors dunning after you ilay and night, insulting you as f you were a criminal; but for every article we sell we obtain CASH DOWN. Having no losses in had debts, we are consequently prepared to sell at figures as tounding to all—for you have no occasion to pay extra profits to make good the losses of those that never pay. Consequently we obtain READY CASH to daily take advantage of all bargains and inducements placed in the San Francisco and N T ew York markets. Our buyers, Mr. MARTIN SUMMERS, of 30 Turk Place, and Mr. A. HAMBURGER, of 17 and 19 Battery street, Son Francisco, reside permanently in those cities and are ready with available funds to watch the mar kets and procure the best possible values. Our Two New Departments. The SHOE DEPARTMENT and MILLINERY DEPARTMENT bid fair to outrival our most eajnest anticipations. Many customers have visited our Shoe Department and express surprise at the low rates and first-class mid standard goods. In our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT many surprises await our cus tomers, as we have inaugurated figures that astound the cash purchasing public of Los Angeles. Dry Goods, Perfumery, Soap, Millinery and Shoes can be purchased with out leaving the building. PEOPLE'S STORE, 84 and 86 Main St. OSTE PRICE.