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WAR DEPARTMENT. SIGNAL SER VICE, U. S. ARMY. Tun Hkbald htAam PaiOTiNO Horai makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcrlpta, etc., printed at low rates, Spanish language. By Prof. A. Carat, 24 Main Street. dll-ly To Whom It May Concern. Please take notice. Any person hav ing pledgea or collaterals at the Star Loan and Broker Office, No. 4 Com mercial street, will plea** redeem the same or pay accrued Interest thereon within thirty day* from thit date or they will be sold. P. B.—Money loaned on all kinds of personal property. mrSOtf Damiana makes tho old young and the weak strong and healthy. Michel Levy, wholet*le liquor dealer, agent Eastern oystern every ttyle; hot and oold lunches and all th* delica cies of th* season served on the shortest notice at Congress Hall, corner of Main and Requeue street*. loe oold Boca beer, the best on th* ooatt, always on hand, at well as a fall supply of the best brands of liquors, wine* and cigars Open day and night. Dlvlalon of Telegrams and Reports for the ban lit of Commerce and Agriculture. Report of oh. serrations taken at Los Angelas, Cal., Feb. 3, am: i i First arrival of spring bats at Siegcl's. 1 Steam cooked oats at H. Jovne'a, 40 Spring street, t Tha Chinese New Year commences at ■ la.m. next Tuesday. i Spring silk baU will arrive Feb. 10th. • Siegel, the Hatter, t The Board of Supervisors meet to -1 morrow—Monday—for the February session. s A competent girl will find an adver • tiaomcnt of interest under head of New To-Day. Thannometer for the 24 hours ending c at 8:15 last evening: Maximum, 51'; , minimum. 80°. y The City Council Chamber (City 1 Court room), Temple Block, was lighted by electricity hut night. s Frank Siddall'a aoapa at H. Jovne's, 1 40 Spring street. While there is oold weather aud Siegel 1 is reducing his stock of gents' furnishing goods, yon have an opportunity to buy goods at very low prices. County Clerk Potts yesterday issued . marriage licenses to Jesus Ybarra and . Francises Figneroa and to Giovanni ' Piarrepet and Carmen Sejar. The Regulations for Lent will be read j in all the Roman Catholic Churches of the Diocese of Monterey and Los An geles at the morning service to-day. Not wishing to ditapoint the young men who have been waiting for the ar- I rival of our spring stock of hats, we . notify them to call immediately. Siegel, the Hatter. We had the pleasure of meeting Judge 1 Eb. Williams, of Downey, in tbe city yesterday. He informed ns that Friday ! night was the boss cold night in his ex perience |p California, the thermometer registering 25 degrees. Fresh mincemeat in 5-poand buckets at H. Jevne'a, 40 Spring street. • The youug folks should not forget the , social of the Episcopal Ladles' Aid So ciety at Leek's Hall, Main street, to morrow uight. It will be the last until Lent is over -six dreary weeks. Twenty-live deeds, live mortgages, six releases of mortgagee, one abandonment of homestead, one certificate of tax sale and one declaration of homestead were filed for record yesterday in the office of the County Heuorder. Attention is directed to the advertise ment of the California Loan Office, which appears elsewhere. Persons de siring advances on any species of per sonal property will be accommodated on most favorable terms. A motion, ottered by Councilman Schieffelin, was adopted by the Council last night, requiring all ordinances and resolutions lo be printed and distributed among tbe members before being brought up for final passage. By card elsewhere it will be seen that Mr. C. E. DeForoat has opened an as- Ladies who art troubled with cramps and nervousness should drink Damlaoa Bitters. It is pleasant to take. F. Lindqulst, merchant tailor, No. 20 Spring street, is himself a practical cut tar; ana, having had ample experience in San FrenoTsoo and Los Angeles, knows how to meet tbe requirements of hit customers. He keeps a full supply of tha bast cloths constantly on hand and make* them up "upon honor." Id. MaCrnsais bat an invoice ot the imported Garcia cigars, and do not fail to remember it You wlli na»«r have a tour stomach M you drink Damiana Bitten. Do twHotgat MagtnntV Imported Gar cia cigar. Hughes a Russian hatha, located No. IS Maui street, opposite the Pico House. Gentlstnen and ladles attended to by parson* of their own sex. A positive cur* for dyspepsia—Dami ana Bitters. Michel Levy, wholesale liquor dealer, agent. The largest stock of drags, medicines, nerfomarl** and toilet articles in South ern California, at C. F. Hclnzeman'i. C. F. Heinteman has been appointed agent for th* celebrated Shaker medi cine*. Decorations and wall papers, the finest and latest, and th* greatest variety, at Raphael Bros., 141 Main street. Also, valentines. CmmtAXU AND CUBALMER, M MAIN STREET. i fanaass, strugiei Mil traveler., oW to.il to sail al HtrTH'B HOTEL AND RESTAURANT. It !• tbe oely pew. In La. Angelas which U kept on the European pUn. Everything at reasouablu nua. A good, w ell .cooked meal, at from M cts. apwarda, et aay boar HU ol lan, with price Uat. Good bade from as eta. upward! Bathe, Mo. Remanber the plaea, SMITHS MTU. AM MtTMMJrr, la tbe won) aroprooJ brick building, corner of LM ftaesTal aad Ostnmeroial atroate, center of -Its, laaussrly the Watts House, dmi J.ta. W SMITH. Proprieasr. HBRMOSA VISTA! JUST OPKNIPI NEW, CLEAN AND COMMODIOUS' Tin. aaw reeoft tar tourist, aad rial-rs is daughttully aroumfta. waol. building, from which the molt ■nagalasaat Ttsw ef mountain, valley and plain may ac aaat. Dally atagea u> and from Los Am aatoa iTFoatoece baa bain eaUMlabed in thi. aouai, lo a. callad • Henuoea Cal., aad will be osshSi January 1, MU, which will add greatly to the convenience ol aueeU. OEOROE W. OLOVER, J IE lm Proprietor. iljiJß£lCA STABLES, PIFTH ST,, between Fort aud BUI. 'lunnaaamr lo W. F. Osborne) Proprietor. rss rsswr tsam am smcli ISSSSSTS SI TM CITY. aWTaeese raralshed lo aay part of the city by 1 aIrBOMES BOARDED by the day, weal or aaTTanaa laaaaaabla W. t. COOPER MS Jadson, (Mllatte A Gibson, Examiners of Title and Conveyancers, Rooms M and 14, McDonald Mook, Mala LOS AMOELES, CAL. asp Gardening, Gardening. A PRACTICAL OABDEHtB. sad llorticuluir Ist ofters but serricaa 10 the public. Uaderstaad. the autturs oi vices Address ETIKNNE DEL MAJ, aaseot P. Clos, Aliso Street. Mas aa head a large quantity of CHOICS GRAPE CUTTINGS, Wklsfe he often St a bargain derm 1 m KIMBALL MANSION, ■Mr man wt, lob anoei.es. oh Tha Mott Elegant Private Boardins aaanaion ia Southern California. Fin* sates, aad stasia rooms, with ftrstdaai beaid, at isaauisMs rates, ale MU. M. H. KIMBALL, Proprietress. NEW YORK BREWEBY. uwtr s sthmr, poors, (Bsjnsissnrs to Chris. Hsans) TV f'I.EARRRT, Pt'RSffT «n! MOST RIULLIANT LAGIB BEER South of Ran Francisco. Orders lor DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BEER rotnptty aStanded to. Tbe celebrated Rear from this Brewery .lease otauestHam in this Stats' R. W. PRIDHAM, Blank Book Manufacturer, BOOK BIDDER, aP AAV Sr> U SC. RUX,BM PAPER BOX MANUFACTURER. he only |-s. ( «r boi factory this side of San Franoioco. AS Mprlac Street, l.o* Asgrles. H. FINNEY, SHAROHKR OF RECORDS, Room 6, - ■ Mohr Block, row SdflkU. Three Fim-Olftee Improved Farms on Ranohtto. BmUNMTM BTATI FOR COSH, ALFALFA, GRAPH Oft Oft ANO 89. PLENTY Or WATER, c. WHITE. .17 tf Attord* y *H*w, W Tmpls Block. saying office and general mining agency at room I, corner of First and Spring streets Any business entrusted to Mr. DeForest will receive prompt attention. Deputy Sheriff Celis yesterday arrest ed Manuel Duarte on Mr. L. J. Rose's place, and brought hhn to the jail In this city. Do arte is wanted by the law to explain the reason of his cutting a 12-year-old boy named Alfredo Risalda, at the Old Mission, two weeks ago. I The attention of the police lias been called to the continued violation of the ordinance relating to the throwing of refuse metier in the bed of the river. I Instructions have been given to the I patrolmen to immediately arrest any one caught violating this ordinance. Simon Sanchez, who was brought from San Bernardino on Thursday by Deputy United States Marshal Dun lap, charged with selling liquor to Indians, was examined on Friday before U. 8, Commissioner Loe. The Commissioner yesterday held the accused to answer, placing him under $330 bonds to up).oar. The Clerk of Council reported to that body last night that he had issued twenty-one warrants, aggregating $4, --599t).64, twenty per cent, lass than the original claim, in favor of tbe Qas Company, th us relieving the city of the stigma of h.iving used tbe property of another without just compensation. Mr. 0. H. Bliss reports that the thermometer went down to 20 degrees and that ice formed doable the thick ness of a pane of glass at his place, on Alameda street, on Friday night. Mr. J. W. Wolfskill, who was born in this city, informed Mr. Bliss that Friday night was the coldest within hii recol lection. That snow white Eastern codfish will arrive on Monday at H. Jevne's, 40 .Spring street. [ Document* of every description have accumulated to aucb an extent in the office of the County Recorder and canse so much inconvenience in consequence, that that official intends to ask perm is sion of the Board of Supervisors to de stroy such as hays not been called for on or before the first day of next May, We direct attention to the new double column advertisement of the Messrs. Meyberg Bros., of the Crystal Palace crockery house. This enterprising firm, who import directly from manufacturers both in En rope and America, and are thus enabled to sell goods at remark ably low prices, announce further reduc tions in prices, wholesale and retail. They invite an inspection of their stock aud a com pari son of their prices with those of other honses. A novel and interesting scene occurred yetterday in the City Court A crimi nal oase was on trial, when a jury, who had been out deliberating upon a civil suit which had been submitted to them, came into court with their verdiot. At this moment a bridal party entered the room to put into requisition Judge Morgan's services in tying the important knot. With proper and due gallantry his honor of the City Court stopped the wheels of justice for a spa- s to join the two souls with but a tlnglo thought. Frank Bartlott Post, G. A, R., will give one of their enjoyable Camp Fires at Good Templars' Hall on Monday evening, February 10th. Comrades Cel cich, Saunders and Byram have been ap pointed a Committee of Arrangements, and will leave nothing undone to make the ro union a delightful one. All friends of the Grand Army are invited to attend. Deputy Sheriff Gard yesterday served another bench warrant on J. G. Castro, who was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Celia near Bakersfield some three weeks ago. This warrant, which makes the third, was for the theft ef a horse from Mr. De Turk, on First street, moro than three years ago. From the way that the bench wan-ants are pouring in upon Castro it seems that lie will have a pretty hard time in rnnning tho legal gauntlet. The remains of Captain A. L. Water house, who died at the Sisters' Hospital, in this city, from injuries received in the Tehuohepi disaster, will be shipped to-day to Warren C. Wateibouae, Gardner, Maine, by Wells, Fargo 4 Co.'a Express, for In terment at that place. Funeral services were held at the undertaking parlors of Mr. Albert Brown yesterday, Rev. A. M. Hough, of this uity, officiating. Mrs. Waterhousu ami children will remain iv this city for some time yet. LOCAL BREVITIES. Klaewbcie appears the advertisement of the Russian and Medicated Baths of Mr. Robert Hughes. It gives ns pleas, ure to be able to sty that these baths have become deservedly popular. Aa extended experience lias enabled their proprietor to assure the best results to his patrons from either the steam or medicated baths or the application of electricity, which he administers with skill aud knowledge. Hughes is not only doing the public a service in en couraging that cleanliness which is said to be next to Godliness, but he is wax ing pecuniarily prosperous as well. An additional churge of selling liquor to Indians was served yesterday on .Samuel G. Jackson who wus brought to this city for examination before U. S. Commissioner Lee by Deputy Marshal of the United States Duulap from San Berauraino on Thursday last. The Deputy Marshal leaves this morning for additional witnesses against Jackson, whose examination is set for next Wednesday morning. The efforts to suppress violations of this law against telling liquor to the proteges of the gen eral government are meeting with tome return. The regular monthly meeting of the Los Angeles County Medical Society was held Friday evening in Dr. Wiegand's office, the President, Dr. Lindley, presiding. Drs. Riley, Coch rane anil BAker were elected members of the Society. Several applications for membership were received and re ferred to the Board of Censors. The annual election being in order, the fol lowing officers were elected: President H. Nadeau, M. D.; Vioc-Preaident, W. B. Sawyer, M. D.; Secretary, W. G. Cochrane, M. 1).; Treasurer, H. S. Orme, M. V. A CRIMINAL GANG. Sand-Baggers at Work In Ban Bernardino. This town is just now tho base of operations of a dangerous gang of the criminal class. WtiAt they are or who they are, does not appear to be known. For some time tbe robbing of drunken men anil disappearance of sundry arti cles from store frouts and dwelling houses has been laid to tramps, who have been quite numerous; but with the clearing out of the tramp brigade, the "rolling" of drunken men and other kindred crimes continue, showing the existence of a gang, who are well enough organised to keep out of the clutches of the police. About a week since a man slightly inebriated, was followed to bis room and robbed of over a hundred dollars and two watches. A night or two after a drunken man vas "rolled" on D street, and relieved of what money he had. Last night an attempt was made to rob a man by the name of McCall. About half past ten, he left the Elm saloon slightly under tbe influent of liquor, to go to bed at the Southern Hotel. Two individuals who bad been laying for him, followed, and when in front of Keirs' new buildings, opposite this office, oue of them "bounced" him while the other stood guard. If ever a garroter was surprised that fellow must have been. McCall, who is a powerful man, was not half so drunk as he seemed, and turning on his assailant '■knocked him into the middle of next week." These are but a few instances, which have come to our ear, of the depreda tions of this gang, which Is evidently composed of young men whs have . heretofore been unsuspected, but who are making extraordinary progress in the school of crime. Until the police I have hunted them down, we would advise all those who are compelled to keep late hours, to carry a "bull dog" and uss it on the first sand-bagger who attempts to molest him.— San Bernar dino Index. „ A Thorough Brewer. When Mr. Jos. Maier went into part nership with Mr. George Zobelein to oarry on the Philadelphia Brewery, it may not have been expected that he would prove such a fit person for the business. About six weeks ago their brewer fell seriously sick and it was thought that the help of another brewer was necessary to carry on the business, Bnt Mr. Jos. Maier would not allow any one else to attend to the not easy task of brewing. Ever since he has been working hard from 5 o'clock in the morning till late at night, producing a quality of beer which for brillianoy and good taste can not be excelled. It comes out that Joe learned his trade In the famous beer-country, Bavaria, and had a good experience iv the principal brew eries of the East und San Francisco. With suoh a manager, watching earful ly the fabrication of beer, from the malt ing of the barley to tbe last stage of fer mentation, the Philadelphia Brewery will surely be able to furnish at all times ths finest quality of beer, and there is no need of sending abroad for it. A Tremendous Purchase. Having made an enormous purchase in spring hats, and our store accommo dations being limited, we have conclud ed to reduce oar gents' furnishing goods. Our goods being first-class, our patrons will have an opportunity to see that this is no advertising dodge. Si suit, mi Hattkk, LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, SUNDAY MORNING, FEB. 4, 1883. THE MASKED BALL. Prince Carnival and Ilia Attendants Hold A Merry Meeting In Turn Vereln Ball-A Night or Pleasure Lint of Tho Maskers. The Eleventh Annual Masquerade Ball of tho Turn Verein Germania, given at Turn Verein Hall Inst night, was a magnificent success. Tho event was one which had been looked forward to wllh delightful Impatience by large numbers of young people, and many wero the deft fingers that had for many days industriously plied tho busy needle pre paring costumes hy which to "hide from peering eyes their true identity." The spectators seats in the auditorium and galleries of the hall wero all filled long before the time announced for the commencing of festivities, Tho maskers began pouring upon the stage in a steady stream by eight o'clock and when tho curtain rose for the grand march at 9 o'clock there were about one hundred masks in the gay throng. At tho last named hour, promptly, the alluring strains of Waugemac s band announced the opening of the ball. The curtain rose upon a tableau of charming brilliancy and effect in which the flower girl was seen hanging lovingly and con fidingly upon the arm of some gay courtier belaced and bedecked iv gor geous fashion, KingCopethua again told over his story to the beggar maid and splendidly arrayed countesses listened with attentive ear to the tender whis perings of jockeys or butcher* boys. The march was led by Mr. Andrew Lindenfeld, Prince Car nival. After tho march the proclama tion of the Prince was road in German by the Prince himself. The first dance of the evening then followed. Dancing alternated with aorobatic exhibitions by a portion of the Athletic Section of the Turnverein Germania, consisting of the following gentlemen: A. Scbroeder, Jos. t M. Spencer, A. Fruhberg, B. Graf, Fred Kurrle, Wm. Grelck, J. Scbroeder, Otto Ruef, H. Schroeder, G. Hasemzabl, A. Cordes, Chas. Maier and F. Spies. The Clerk also reported that, iv ac cordance with orders of Council, aud the written opinion of the City Attorney that such action would be legal, he bad issued warrants from 7 to 37 inclusive, for $4,320.04 iv favor of the Los Angelts Gas Company, being the amount of their claim, less 20 per cent. At eleven o'clock dancing became tbe sole order of the evening, and, except ing the time cheerfully devoted to the discussion of the tempting viands and delicacies of tbe supper table, the trip ping of the light fantastic was each otfe's occupation until fatigue or the lateness of the hour admonisbsd the merry dancers that the hour for going homeward had arrived. THE MASKERS. On motion, the action of the Clerk was approved. The City Tax Collector reported col lection of $2757 on account of city licenses and presented Treasurer's re ceipts for same, less commissions. Re ferred to Finance Committee. A Herald reporter succeeded in obtaining a partial list of the mas queraders which is here reproduced: Miss A. Rhing, represented a house maid; Miss Carrie ' Preston, Miss R. Snyder, Tyrolese girl. Misses E. Hunter and E. Lothian wore captured as Sisters of Charity; Miss Rothschild, Flower Girl; Miss Hillmeier, German Noblewoman; MistE. Garcui, Columbine; Mlsa M. Garcia, an Old Maid; Miss Mary Ackerinanu, Doly Vardnn; Miss Jennie Beebe, Grandma; Mrs. \V. R. Baker, German Bride; Mrs. H Scheurer, i Cinderella; Miss Pauliue Smith, Morn- j ing; Miss Mary Smith, NigLt; Miss M. I Gassagne, Old Witch; Miss Belle Brown, ! Waiting Maid; Miss Annie Brown, An ilalusian Peasant Girl; Miss C. K:\\,, "popcorn;" jari. Eichhorn, Italian flower-girl; Mrs. U.iuer, French court lady; Miss Annie McKenzie, Swedish schoolgirl; Miss A. Garcia, Centennial; Miss F. Freiday, flower girl; Miss E. La ner, Spanish Noblewoman; Miss Schepp, flower girl; Mrs. Frohlinger, German lady of rank; Miss Foster, gipsy-girl; Miss Dameron, Night; Miss Louise Smith, Castilliau beauty; Miss Mary Collins, gipsy-girl; Miss Ida Hanniuuui, diamonds; Mrs. J. S. Rickey, country girl; Miss Mary Myeis, Topsy; Mrs. Endle, bandit's bride; Mrs. Smith, flow er-girl; Mrs. H. Mere, queen of flubs, Miss H. Hilton, 1 'Nancy-Lee;" Mi- s Belle Zobelein, school-girl; Mrs. F. Curley, Grandmother; Miss Emma Han nia, school girl; Miss E. Bpiker, "Beau ty;" Mrs. D. Mablstedt, queen of hearts; Miss L. Schmidt, queen of spades; Mrs. E. Leisn, queen of diamonds. Among tbe gentlemen present were: Prince Carnival, An drew Lndenfeld, Polish gentleman; Max Haymann, German fusilier; Fran ojssjo Garcia, Greek peasant; A. Adam, French courtier; J. M. French,clown; N. H. Parker, shepherd; N. H. Cassidy, Indian chief; J. H. Thompson, Spanish cavalier; Frank Heubscb, Philip I; Emil Preston, courtier; Honry Scheurer, old man; S. Norton, clown; F. Stoermer, "Moee;" F. W. Smith, clown; G. Ros ter, dandy; B. Green, Spanish cavalier; C. Gassagne, Louis XV Is jester; G. Gas sagne, clown; W, Koopman, sailor; E. Lonkels, clown; W. Barth,ltalian noble man; H.Kelly,page;E.A.DeCamp aud J. Griffin, moonshine; J Isaacson, French soldier; A. Schubert, Chinese messenger; Ed. Penning, Indian brave; G. Trepa nier, harlequin; O. Hunter, butcher-boy; M. D. Armag, French cavalier; J. Sail bach, sailor; D. Claria, French soldier; H. Morgan, "old bum;" M. Schmidt, Dutch comedian; Frank Indart, old man; J. Hanniman, Greek sailor; W. Downy, Hamlet; C. W. Campbell, fireman; C. Johnson, Macbeth; W. Sohlosson, Earl of Leicester; E. Gerson, jockey;F. Geier, German butcher; W. Foster, chamber lain ;F. Mauricio, jockey; R. Eckcrt, king of clubs; H. Adler, knight; Jacob Hubel, Duke of Parma; F. Whitney, sailor; Adolph Knell, peripatetic furni ture store; Mr. Herwig and sister, fireman and oxcmpt;J.J.Donovan,clown; J. A. Forrest, sailor; C.G. Kindleberger, clown; 0. Knoth, Mephistopbeles; S. H. Hozledine, King's fool; H. V. Dorwark, Japanese; H. Mere, King of spades; C. Golmer, King of diamonds; J. Plotts, Uncle Sam, aud H. Bagg, clown. Bond of George H. Pike for street sprinkling, with E, B. Caswell aud Johu H. Jones as sureties. Approved. The regular monthly bills were read and referred to the Finance Committee. The Board of Public Works, on peti tion of J. C. Zahn, recommend that consideration of tho same be postponed until tbe grading of Hope street comes up. Adopted. Recommend that bicycle riders be required to carry a light at night and a bell in day time to give warning of their approach. Approved. Resolution to establish tbe grade of Fort street, between Sixth and Ninth streets. Adopted. Mr. Schieffelin moved that a commit tee of three be appointed to have all ordinances printed and distributed to members of the Council for their con sideration before being finally acted upon. Adopted. The Finance Committee recommend that reports of city officers be filed. Approved. Also, that a warrant be drawn in favor of H. S. Parcels for $44.51. So ordered. Also, that the petition of Mrs. A. Straus be granted. Approved. Warrants for claims of R. Bllderrain and others were also ordersd. Also, that a warrant fur $95.20, in favor of the Zanjero be drawn. So or dered. The Special Committee on Zaujas I asked for one week's further time. > Oianted. Tbe Committee on Landa recommend that the petition of J. B. Lankersbim to purchase certain city laud be denied. Approved. Also, that tbe petition of Joss Tasso to lease certain land be granted. Ap proved. Also, that the petition of David Wal ters to lease city land bo denied. Ap proved. The Committee on Gas recommend that the lighting of tho covered bridge be continued as at present. Approved. The dominoes wore Mesdames Levy, Haseldine, Deviue, Figge, Ellis; Miss Kittie Wilkinson, and Messrs. F. Weis velder, Figge and Bloesser. An immense bat marked Siegel, tbe Hatter, attracted all eyes during tbe early part of tbe evening, but who was under the hat aforesaid could not be discovered. Many of the costumes were appropriately and tastefully made and were much admired. Tho fun waa fast and furious until the hour of midnight arrived, which was the time appointed for unmasking. For many a long day will the Turners* eleventh masquerade ball be remem bered and the participants in last night's festivitires will begin ere long to pine for an early approach of & twelfth car nival dance. Fred M. Guiol Has the Brst-elesa Billiard Parlor of the city, back of Sam Frager's saloon. Private entrance through Fountain Square. 529-6 m. All respeotable dealers keep Damiana Bitters Michel Levy, wholesale liquor dealer, agent Street purposes. Referred to Board of Public Works in conjunction with the City Attornsy. Communlcntiou from Hon. John Mans field enclosing communication from Clara S. Foltz, attorney, submitting con ditions upon which Dr. H. I>. Cogswell will donate a bronze fountain to bo erected in one of the city parks. Re ferred to the Special Committer 00 Fountain. Petition of Wm. E. Rogers, for per mission to grade in front of his property on Charity street. Referred to Board of Public Works.' Council Proceedings. ! Council met in regular sesssion Satur day evening, Mr. Ryau in tilt chair, , The minutes of tho previous meeting wero road and approved. Message from the Mayor vetoing ordi nance in relation to streets aud side walks, on the ground that It is too sweeping in its provisions, and would be difhci.lt of enforcement. Referred back to City Attorney to prepare a new Ordinance to he submitted to the Mayor and presented to Council at its next meeting. Petition of T. S. Rogers, to do tho grading in front of his property on Olivo street. Samo reference. Also, vetoing ordinance providing for the construction aud repair of sidewalk.*. Referred to City Attorney to prepare a new ordinance to he submitted to tho Board of Public Works and the Mayor. Petition of Jean Breson to lease four hundred acres of city land for one month. Referred to Committee on l^ands. Also, recommenditig that ns the Board of Supervisors meet on Monday next, some action be taken on.their oommu nlcation in relation to sale of jail prop- Petition of Josoph Mazettc, to pur chase certain city lands. Same ref- erty. Referred to a special committee con sisting of Messrs. SeLieffeliii, Steero aud Wolfskill. erenoo. Mt Petition of John H. Jones, to connect his property with Spring street sewer. Referred to Committee on Sewers, with power to act. Tha Auditor presented his usual re port, showing the condition of the vari ous funds in tho City Treasury. Re ferred to the Ftuanco Committee. Petitian of Hiram Ogden in relation to payment of certain taxes. Reforred to Finance Committee. Petition of Robert Derine and Frank Toal, to connect their property with San Fernando street sewer. Reforrad to Sewer Coinmitnce, with power to act. The City Auditor, in the matter of redemption of Main Sewer Bonds, for which proposals were advertised for by the City Treasurer, reported that no bids had been received, and recommends that, as the city reserved tbe right to redeem said bonds at any time, an ordi nance be adopted instructing the City Treasurer to give notice that from one to five, inclusive, of said bonds are duo nnd payable thirty days after such notice. On motion, ordered that the recom mendation be carried out. Petition of John Widuey, for permis sion to do grading in front of Ids prop erty on third street. Referred to Board of Public Works. Potition of P. Lalande, to counect his property with Alameda street sower. Referred to Committee on Sowers, with power to act. Petition of Ah Toy, for permission to use firo crackers, and other fire works, necessary to properly celebrate the Chinese New Year, commeucing next Tuesday, and to continue for five days. Referred to the Police Cummfttce, with power tit act. The City Clerk reports that 003 licen ses, amounting to $3067.60, were issued for month of January, of which 03, amounting lo 5310.n0, wore returned un collected. Referred to Finauee Com mittee. Petition of S. C. Hubbel), asking that sprinkling cart hydrant in front of his property, on Pearl street, be removed to the other >ido of the street. Refer red to the Board of Health. Adjourned. HOTEL, ARRIVALS YESTERDAY COSMOPOLITAN HOTKL S E Miles, San Fran F W Lanraster.St Louis M Foster, do O L Tuckor, Tea as M Kaiapier, do J Byrne, San Bernard R B SSelton, do G ii Lewi*. Sun Gabl SLittletioM, do i; W Winston, <i<> ("has WChapman, da Frank Phillips, do D X Croly A • C A liirchard, Benicia J W Nasi, do Mrs Byrnes. S Bernard L C Tibbetta, Riverside A M Hilliard, Troy. N V L W Fo.Ur& wt, B Mt W Hsaj, city !WL Mitchell, Calico Mrs A Mann.Psris, 111 ! J Noon, Calico E Mann, do Weekly report of Zanjero of work done and wages paid on city ditches. Referred to appropriate committees. Recommends the appointment of three deputy Zanjeros. Referred to Zanja Committee. PICO HOUSE, M L Smith, San Fran Mrs L A Cleveland, do 8 P Morrison, do O W Campbell, Moutc A J oath in i, do L Dozier, Svcramcntj Lee Jacobs, do MR Craiir, Ncwhall it Loweiiburjf, do M J Band, Santa. Ana W V Roberta. Londeit W J fib a 1 ton, Colton Win Wilne Si wf.Aubtra II Alexander, Ventura S W Rivers, Kansas J Williams A wf.Tucson H B Powell, Baltimore F X Amrler, S L Obispo A Came, ban Dtsgo E J Eua-lsr, do Mrs Spratt do J Vide,, Ceil Falls,Mm J D Payne, do Urn Putley, Rome, N V ST. CHARLES HOTRL. J M Dews, Kan City R T Smith, FstUt J P Thuntun, S F C Uroshor*, Denver S Gardiner Aw, Minn C Whit*, do G W GardincJ, do T L caughlln ftfani.Sac J Sciil A fani, BC CW Hcve, Kan Mrs M B Holyoko, Cldc H Wilson A wf, Denver J Hub, r, lowa I. Mors*. SanU Monica H Weaver, do A Calkins. do S J Cook, San Pudro J B Johnson, do Miss J Dealba, do A Kinney, San Gabriel B J Kcily A fsiu, Mn W II Taylor, Oakland Also, that the chain gam/ replace tbe dam at the covered bridge. Referred to Board of Public Works with rower to act. Report of the Chief of Police for ths month of January. Filed. Certificate of City Surveyor that Matt Manaban has completed 2440 feet of ths 14 inch pipe and 100 feet of ths 12-inch pipe on Spriug street sewer. Filed. Oh motion, the Clerk was instructed to draw a warrant for $250 in favor of Matt Manaban. Nutict- of intention to change and establish the grade of Bunker Hill PROPERTY TRANSFERS. avunuu. Adopted. Report of Pound Matter. Referred to Committee on Finance. REPORTED BY JUDSON, GILLETTE A GIB SON, EXAMINERS OF TITLES. CONVEYANCES-FEB S, ISBS. Louis Phillips to Milton Thomas -Lots 5 and 0, blk 40; Pomona; SI. Milton Thomas to Morris Keller and Eunice, his wife—Same as last; $350. Morris Keller and Eunice, his wife, to Mary O Hooper—S i of lots 5 and tf, blk 50, Pomona; •190. Santa Ana Csmetery Co to Delia M Marsell Lot 2, blk 18, sec E, Santa Ana Cemetery; Sls. FJ Carpenter to Louise Kalishcr- Lot E vide Upper Main sf£tl. P J Shaffer to Delia M Marsell- - tO acres 8 of A M Belts; 12000. Lixzie M Winston I formerly loftier) and L C, her husband, to Los Angeles Co Bank F. 2 3 of lot 6, Westminster: 91300. Perry Maloue to William Fralsher-E | of NE 1 sec 39, T 1 N, R 10 W; 92000. E N McDonald to Louis M Dinkelspeil, A Haas aud Harris Ncwraark—Lots 2 and 21, blk 47, Sail Pedro: 4600. LoulssTWhittifrCnn-srinOrvillo H Congar —Lot 8, subdivision C, Barry A Elliott's subdivis ion; 96. Alexander Weill to Louis Boer E \ lot 4, sec 36, Ro Asuas de DuarW; SISOOX Alex B Grogan to W H Townsend 00 acres in Ro San Pascual; 11050. W H Townsend to Stephen Townsend —6o acres in RoSan Fasqual; HIFO. Mrs J A Dexter to X S Basjett—Lot V, blk 146, Santa Monica. $100. Frederick Dietrich to Charles A Freeman --5 acres in Ko La Ballona; 9100. 1 OtU Witlntm te 0 Howe. Goo P Besfwmett and H W Head, Trustee! of Garden Grove School Dis tries-.814 of an acre in soc 32, T 4 S, R 10 W; 9« 10. Matin-w T.-ed to P C Tonner Division A, Lot 3, blk 37, Canal and Reservoir Lamia; $2000. Thos Phelan to William Wade -20 acre* iv Ho Paso de Bartolo Vlejo; 91478. Victor Beaiidry to CaraiHo Uarnier—Lot 13, less rear 15 ft, bIkG;S7QO. Solomon ESsley to Johu S Crulss -l. .t SW cor nrr Boyd snd Wall sts. Orchard tract; 9700. Mutual Land Co to VV J Bndrick-Lot 22, blk D, Morris Vineyard tract; 905. USA to Edward W Doss—SE lofNEi E| of SE i and SW i of SK 1 sec 6, T 1 S, It 14 W; Pat Wm II Workman and Maria E, hi-- wife, to Isa bella Drown-Lot S, blk 11, iti lot ± blk U) Han cock'* survey; *v Minnie Kumpp to llenrv M Porter and Wilson L Smith-Tract on W bunk Los Angeles river, in city; 94500. Joaquina S.-uiiKeda Moreno to Ell W Hawkins —5 acres S of lands of estate of W W Stau.k-Jer, 9513 46. , ■ « Magnetism the New Source of Health. Dr. Edwin Robbins, tbe celebrated Australian Electric and Magnetic Hoa ler, respectfully informs tbe public that he has opened an office iv the city of Los Angeles. Dr. Rubbins discards the use of surgery, drugs, minerals and all other niedlcines ia bis treatment and re* lies solely on tbe powers of magnetism. An experience of several years in tbe Australian colonies, San Francisco, Salt Lake City and Denver, in which places he has treated successfully thousands of persona, enables him to assert with con fidence that he can enre diseases which have defied the application of medical science. Magnetism is the life principle within us. The sir we breathe is charged with it. It is the vital force emanating from all persons anil that which connects the soul with tbe body. In support of ibis theory he cures acute Sains instantly, local pains in a few ays, and builds up the most shattered constitutions in a short time. Dr. Rob bins, who has a world-wide reputation for his extraordinary cures of all diffi cult and complicated diseases, possesses a power to relieve and cure all kinds ot diseases. Dr. Robbins diagnoses dis eases free of charge without explanation from the patient. If you wish referen ces, consult the patients now undergo ing treatment. Office hours from 9a. h. till 5 p. m., 168 Main street, between First and Second. jaul3-]y Also, that a 40-foot mast for an elec trio light of 3000 candle power be erected at the corner of Spring and Third streets. Action deferred for one week. Bid of Thomas Copley for grading of Charity street, between Court House and Temple streets. Referred to Board of Public Works. Mr. Schicffelin moved that the City Attorney be instructed to draft an ordinance for the opening of Bath street 80 feet wide, from Main to Alameda streets. Adopted. Report of V, Beaudry of receipts and expenditures of Beaudry water works for the year 1882—total receipts, $8, --190 69; expenses, |9,078 21; improve ments, $5,046 41. Referred to the Fi nance Committee, i Mr. Schleffblin moved that the City Attorney be instructed to furnish a written opinion as to the power of the City Council to compel the City Water Company to famish a report of then- receipts and expenses last year. So ordered. Mr. Louli Roeder baa just ro oelved a oar load of tbe Davis' Gonld t Co.'9, Cincinnati, Ohio, Company'! carriages, top and oprni bug gies, phattons of all kinds, backboards, and three varieties of spring wagons. Thia ia one of the finest assortments eTer brought to Southern California. He baa also received a carload of the celebrated Mitchell wagons, from the lightest to the heaviest calibre. As be will shortly commence the erection of a new factory and warehouse, iv order to make room, be will aetl these goods at the lowest margin of profit. Everybody la invited to call and examiue his stook. The Clerk presented copy of hill re- 1 coived from Senator Del Val.e.iiitroduoed in the Legislature by McLure, giving power to Boards of Supervisors and other legislative bodies to open streets, etc. Referred to Special Committee on Legislation. Communication of V. Ueaudry enclos ing deed for 3$ acres ot laud for public A SHOOTING AFFAIR. NEW TO-DAY. We have effected a purchase of 1000 CORSETS, which have always been retailed heretofore at $1, and which we are now en abled to sell at 50 cents. We have also received a New Line of Gent's Furnishing Goods, Including the (he finest grades of UNDERWEAR, Canton Flannel, Merino and Flannel, ATKINSON SHIRTS, And other brands, sold cheaper than elsewhere. Colored Percale Shirts 75 cts, worth $1 25. Hosiery and \eckwear. IN SHOES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN We have Jnst received an exceedingly large invoice, and Prices LOWER THAN EVER. ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY FILLED SAME DAY AS RECEIVED. PEOPLE'S STORE, OISTE PRICE. «Sfc 86 MAIX STLT CLOSING OUT SALE DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES a t cos t_ Retiring from business, will sell the stock in bulk (or retail) and sell fixtures and lease. Wholesale and retail dealers will save money by examining; the stock. The entire stock MUST BE CLOSED OUT BY MARCH 10TH As I am going; into another line of business. No. 53 Main St., Los Angeles. J- O- BRIOHT. w lOWA CASH STORE. CHARNOCK & NORMANDY, ISO Main Street, t t Los Angeles Cal. WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERIES, PROVISIONS & FARM PRODUCE. _BT Family orders taken every mominir. Goods deliversd to »ny part of ths city free. dtft-Sm LA ESPERANZA STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK Choice Groceries, Provisions, WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS. Family orders made a specialty. Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Or ders taken at residences every morning. Also ' immissiox Mkrciiaxth. ISO MAIN BTRIIT, I I i_ 108 ANCIUB. mrtt IM PORTATIONS. Having lately enlarged and refitted my store, I have now opened for inspection a magnificent line of IMPORTED HANDMADE HOOTS AND SHOES. Long experience in the business enables me to say they ore THE BEST ever offered in thu market. Special inducements offered for the Holidays. WM. S3 la -A- DV, 161 Main Street, between First and Second Streets. Globe C offee and Spice Mills. , liißMl'Hl.Y ot.l> ALISO MILLS) X tt. TUtt ELKEI.D. Ucneral «»m,.r. J. B. THRELKELD, Proj.riet. W. are vow roo.f> with new an.l improvoil BMOMaety to supply the trade generally, With Goods in our Line at San Francisco Prices Our Ooods Wer. .warded the lint Premium at the Lo. Angela. Fair, OotoUr. ISBB Jaasl-lm ________ SI»OR.TSMaBT'S HMPOBrtnf. WM. LIEVER, No. 11 Commercial Street, DEALER IN »XX > X.aS GUNS, RIFLrS_ ANDPISTOL9 aho pistols, h M ■ r;:.S"r.i,'.'r. Kiahing Taokle ;'"'> ____P^n?7 s _^ 3Sfe^^__Ki,,, r ,,. i Gnn Material of mWMW iinrton. winchaster. Every Kind. 1 and oil«.r u_i»e.. aWMUZZLB AND RRKEi.'H I.HADIXU SHOTtIfNSot th. mort cl.br.tellEnglUh »n.l '■_•_■■ niaaere. KEPAIRINU ami Nt.W vvi'KK done and warrantej lo gtv. -tufacti 'ii or aa chaw Col. W. 8, Moore Greta Shot While Acting as Peace Maker Mr. John Robarta, the Assailant, Mr. Tom. Ocampo, tho Intended Victim. Main street at a quarter to live o'clock yesterday afternoon was tho scene of one of those unfortunate occurrences which but too frequently mar the pleas ant social relation* of man to man. The street had hcon wearing a quiet and sleeping appearance without anything eventful happening to disturb tho pre vailing calm, when Hvuldenly the report of n pistol in tho direction of Suzands barber shop had the effect of electrify ing into immodiate excitement the neighborhood for several blocks around. In on incredibly short time hundreds of people had crowded in front of Suzand'* place, all nervously Inquiring Into the reason for the shooting. A Herald reporter at once set about learn ing tho cause of the excitement. A careful investigation developed the fol lowing history of the occurrence: Mr. Thomas Ocampo was sitting in the bar her shop when Mr. John Robarts, a well known attorney of this city, walked in. Mr. Ocampo roso and, advancing to wards Mr. Robarti, applied an opprobri ous epithet to him, which he repeated upon being warned by Mr. Robarts not to insult him. Ho had no sooner ut tered ths offensive word a second time than Mr. Robarts drew his pistol and took a deliberate aim upon Ocampo. At this moment Col. Walter 8. Moore, who was having his boots blacked, jumped up and rushing forward to separate the combatants, seized Mr. Roberts' pistol baud just in tinio to ge. a pistol ball through the fleshy part of his palm. The ball whizzed down the line of chi.irs, which, at the time, were all oe cupicd by gentlemen being shaved, and lodged in tbe wall at the farthest end of the room, missing Suzand's head by only a few inches. The scampering from that barber shop, which followed the firing, would have been amusing under any other circumstances. Col. Moore, in his blessed capacity of peace maker, no doubt saved Mr. Ooampo's life, as his assailant was standing at very close range when be fired, aud his aim was disturbed by tbe Colonel's prompt intermediation. The wounded man was given immediate attention, and upon examination it was discovered that no bones in the hand were shattered and tbe wound waa in no way dangerous, though it would be likely to prove pain ful. Mr. Robarts was arrested and put under bonds to appear on Monday aad answer a charge of assault with a deadly weapon. It appears that a foud has ex isted for some time past between Messrs. Robarts and Ocampo arising from somo litigation in which both wero interested. DIED. riNERAL NOTICES ONE DOLLAR. ROSS -lii this city, February 2, 1883, Bobble, youngest son of Dr. W. W. and Helen M. Ross, a tod 15 yeais. Friends aro invited to attend the funeral to day (Sunday) »t 2r. from the family resi dence, 154 Hill street. SLAVEN'S CHERRY TOOTH PASTE An aromatic combination for tho pres ervation of the teeth and gums. It is , far superior to any preparation of its kind in tho market. In large, handsome, opal puts, price 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. C. F. Niece, agent, Los Angeles. If you want a good appetite, drink Damiana Bitters. Raphael Bros, have in transit the largest stock of wall paper aud the latest aad most varied styles of decora tions ever brought to Southern Califor nia. Call in a day or two and see them; also, their display of valentines, 141 Main street. Wm. Liover, of No. 11 Commercial street, has just received from tha East a large assortment of Joseph Rogers & Sons' celebrated pocket cutlery, also a large stock of sporting goods of every description. See bis douhla-column ad vertisement elsewhere. jl3-lm Damt&na Bitters regulates the stomach. Michel Levy, wholesale liquor dealer, agent. The old reliable store of C. F. Heinze man is still headquarters for drugs and medicines. He has a full line of patent medicines, selling them in quantities to suit at Eastern prices. The Mexican remedy for diseases of tho kidneys and bladder is Damiana Bit ters. For health, strength aud vigor drink Damiana Bitters. jan6 ly Don't Forget the "Soaodont," But use it regularly after every meal, it imparts a pleasant flavor to the mouth, changes offensive secretions into health ful, invigorates the gums, and cleanses the interstices of the teeth. Like old Hercules, it purines the Augean stables which soiie have in their mouth. A Rare Bargain I FOR SALE! The best built Two-Story Frame DWELLING HOUSE! In Los Angeles City. Large and Commodious!? Arranged. . —" 1 ~ ~. j liood Brick Foundation and Cellar. CENTRALLY LOCATED. Lot 824 by 120 feet, tastefully arranged and planted ont in grass, trees, etc. Will be Hold Furnished or rnfurnlshed. Arpljr to J. D LYNCH, Hutu- O/Sn: >.»U Confidence Engine Company. Haot'LAft meeting, of I hi. Com pa - djaWW »">• °" the tint Wnleeu. cvenliw MCh month, at 7:3oDCiock By order. MARK JO.NES, Secretary.