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VOL. XIX. - One of tbe moat noteworthy buildings in the Rue dv Jour, an old Paris street, which is about to he demolished in order to make room for the new Postotfice, is a large house which two hundred years ago was known as tbe Hotel de Royau mont, and which, when it was occupied by Francois de Montmorency, Comte de Boutteville, became notorious as the rendezvous of all the duellists in Paris. Every morning those gentlemen who had managed to pick quarrels ever night, resorted thither and were hospita bly entertained by thu eccentric Count. They were supplied at his cost with swords or rapiers, and then they fought in one of tbe rooms, a surgeon assisting and rendering all requisite services. At midday, everything having been settled, dejeuner was announced, and M. de Montmorency had the pleasure of hear ing his surviving guests tight, their bat tles over agaiu. One morning, however, an unfortunate affair happened. Two jeulous ladies came to the hotel, took some light refreshment, chose their ra piers, fought, and mauaged to kill one another iv the union; whereupon the police, thinking thut things hud gone ou enough, obliged tbe Count to close his entuhlißhment.—A T . Y. Sun. The Crown Prince of Germany is an earnest Freemason, and recently deliv ered an address before the Royal York Lo:lge iv Berlin, which caused a great sjiiHution and drew forth much com ment. Tlx- burden of his remarks was that l'Yr*-masonß should be more pro gressive and tbat inateid of clinging to old u:.iliti.»iin, whose only importuuee is their iu.tio.uity, they should distinguish themselves by being iv the foremost rank of seekers after new aud living truths. "Doctor," said a fond mother, leaning over tL ; bedside of her sou, who seemed to be suffering greatly, "what is the matter with him?" The physician exam ined tbe sufferer, and replied, "He's j siok." "There," exclaimed the woman, "I knew you could tell what was the ■ matter with him. How fortnuate it is tbat you are in the neighborhood!" And she looked at the medical gentleman with an expression tbat spoke of restful con fidence.— A rkamaw Traveller. A rage fur antographs is the latest c -j.ru euf fashionable Paris, and any body who makes any pro ensions to be included iv good society must hive something adorned with tho signature of of some great man of the day. Victor ■ Hugo's autograph is greatly priz jd, and his name, written by himself on a tan, sells for a price which makes the hair of sensible people stand ou end. DAILY HERALD. Published every morning, except Monday, by JOSEPH D. LYNCH. THRMS FOR DAILY HERALD: er annum, by mall or express $10.00 x months, by mail or express ft.oo ree months X.60 DRMvansn at C*K*mss, tru Watts, STio. WEEKLY HERALD. Pcbmmiicd EvsnT Hatusdat Municutte TERMS: One year, hy mail er express, one copy IS.OC Six month*, by mail or express Ml Three months, by mall or express I.OC ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at reasonable rates itr' is t * kind* of Job Work done to compete wllfc i, r*r.uielsoo )u price, style and elegance ol workinatiship. LATE TELEGRAMS. iHPBUIAL TO TUB HERALD. 1 ( raaecaser JLlat Mt earner Ancon. San Francesco, May 15.—The steamer Ancon sailed to-day with the fallowing ' passengers fur Los Angeles: Mis-. Atiuie *, IVabody, Mrs N Huntley. Mra Creigh- 1 ton, mother anrl two obtfdrsn, Mrs P S * Gray, H S Chandler, Clma A. issg, VV ' Knaup, M Drey I v*. C N Moor*, \V P 1 Buulosaeii and mother, X 1) Haley. L * Fuuetle, SUvera, Miguel aid Polonia c Golduracena, J P Hight, T W Brooks, J Rmv Chan Burton nnd wife, Cuas Sikes, 1 Mrs Ma Hancock uml two i htldren, Rev r H J Parker, Mra X 8 fierr, Mra A J 1 GattwrrsM, Rev P W Doraey, Abbie C Cra it, Mm I>or?u:y, Mr Watkin*. Feara Felt for < rook. (J 8a m Fran Cisco, May H— An EI Paso, Texas, diapatch of last night, says j. tbat serious fears are felt by the Muxi- g cans as to Crook. It is generally cob- , coiled that he will have a brilliant sue- b veil or greet defeat. From Janus, 150 t miles southwest of here, in Chihuahua, the Mexican point from which military R news must come, army officer! have been j unable to obtain any decisive int II igence. Crook waa expected there nearly a week ago. It li now known that he has un dertaken to penetrate the heart of the ,J mountains directly southward. Ja.no* ia a military station and is so refitted topo- 1 graphically to the mouataiui that all * trains in i-t reach there or pan near hy. j Th* Indian qarMtiea. | .San Fiuncwco, May 14.-A Uirmo- . silto (Mexico) spe .-i.il this evening rajs s that General Topetz, commanding the - troop* in Sonora, thinks Crook will en counter the Apaches recently driven to the strongholds of the Sierra Madrea. : The Apaches, he thinks, could never be tlie. I while thoy retained the Ban Cur ios reservation, being too close to rene- . gadcs. Sonora people tbink the Indian > Agent encourages Indians to leave the 1 reservation and to depredate and steal in Sonora, carrying back pluuder to the reset vat on to exchange for arms and ammunition. Their removal or exter- .. mination ii the only tolution to the dif- i. licnlty. He has confidence in Crook's r ability to conquer the renegades, and . hopes the United States Government will appreciate the difficulties and hard ships no is now encountering. After the Htortu St. Loci*, May 15. The dtatructioo by tbe cyclone at Macon ..Missouri, on Sunday night, suemi to have been much , freater iv the country than in the city. i 'he lateat advices from there say that for 15 miles southwest from Macou the storm has levelled evurything iv its track, farm houses aud in most cases all | outbuildings. A meeting was held at \ Macon last night to consider the condi tiou of tbe sufferer* and devise means to aid those needing help. Very little . damage seems to have been done east of the city. Very few reports are yet re ceived. Vlrr'n Freak* A ( haarr far I'lul I Thompson. Harkoosbcro, Ky., May 15. -About midnight last night a lire started in the , principal business house tn town. Tbe i tine new Presbyterian Church was de stroyed together with thirty other build ings. Tbe lire engine was useless for want ef water, but tbe citizens did what • they could to help extinguish the flames. < Phil. Thompson, who is ou trial for 1 murder, was among the best workers at the fire. His jury looked on under the charge of a deputy sheriff. At last ac counts the fire is still in progress. The y loss is estimated at $150,000. A Hhorktne: Accident. jEKsßwCrrr, N. J., May 15 —The* wife of the Rev. K. L. Stoddard, rector ] of St. John's Kpiscopal church in blue city, was shot aud killed at her home, 95 Summit avenue. Mn. Stoddard was dusting the shelves in one of the closets. , On one of the ihelvei was a pistol. She j brushed the weapon off; the trigger struck tbe shelf below and the weapon exploded, the ball striking her in the side, passed through ber skull and i lodged in the bruin. She died iv a few ' minutes An Old Htory. Galvbston, May 15.—Major Wasson, the defaulting army paymaster, denies that his shortage is due to gambling. He alleges that he was forced to a loan from the Government for sixty days to help his father during a temporary embarrass ment, intending to reimburse the amount. It is understood he will make no de fence. A (sensible Frenchman. New York, May Is.—Henry Gros quean, French Commissioner of Agricul ture to the United States, here for two years, sails for home on Wednesday next. He prophesies a great future fur California wine. He thinks we cheat ourselves by using foreign labels on our good wines. Particular* or an lnfasneaaCrlnie. London. May 16.—The Tima says: The particulars of the attempt to destroy the steamer plying between Liverpool and New York have just leaked out at the former plaoe. It appeals that just before the vessel left Liverpool for New York, on her last voyage, having on board a number of immigrants, a man five the steward a box and requested im aa a favor to carry it to New York. The steward's suspicions were aroused and ho consulted the Captain, who ordered the box opened. This waa done in tho pres ence of the Captain and officers, and the box found to contain an infernal machine. The contents of the box were thrown overboard, but the box itself retained and a note made of the address upou it. The fact of this discovery was uot made known publicly iv New \ ork on the ves sel's arrival there, but the British Con sul-General in that city was notified. The steamer has just returned toMorsey from New York. Irian Blahopa Rebuked. Rome, May 15.—The document sent by the Vatican to the Bishops of Ira land, referring to the fund being raised for Parnell, says it is intolerable that Priests, much more Bishops, should pro mote such an object. It condemns all collections which may be omployed for exciting rebellion against the laws. A Harlem young man who took his affianced to hear the divine singer, Nells son warble her sweetest songs, asked the young lady how she liked the singer's repertoire. "Very much, indeed; I think it tits her beautifully," was tbe surprising reply. WANTrH—- L< MT -FO UND. PARTNER WANTED. With a capital of «t".o or $200 to engage in a good p .yii'K business; can make iIOO per m->ntb. For particulars address fr*. J. It., lock bock Kb, LM Angele* P. ft tnls lw BOOK-KEEPING. A reliable party, who can apart, h- h■ ral hours perdar, deslrns to ke»*p books, straighten ac ooiuiU, collect debts und rents, etc , etc. Boat nfm gam. Address A. A., Hkbili- ofrW. tulS FARTHER WANTED. FOR A NEW FOLNDKY; small capital needed. Address it , Hkkald offloe. ml i lw PARTNER WANTED. With throe or four thousand d-dlars ctnitel, in a gtKxl paying business. Addres.9 .1. .aider, SO N. Bpring nils lw WANTED. A apan of hors-a which can be bought cheap; must be IfliiOßm.in weight; !arjr«r preferabl.'. Ad drew, givina; all particulars, T. ii., care Grand Central Hotel. ma lw ftm ftAUL-TOfc MET. FOR SALE. A PtWI Liyi/OR STORE AND SALOON ON a good street. Will tell cheap on account ol de parture. Addroaa L. 8., F. O. Box 270. mIS lw TO RENT. Three furnished room in Allen Block, two «B ■uite and the other fumi-lit-d room can be used for an offl:e if desired. OaU at Rooms 12 and 13. mIS lw ROOMS FOR RENT. Two conveniently l>oated roorus, suitable for offices. Enquire at Nos. 17 and ID Commercial street. k*H lw PICTURES AT COST. J. A. Valder, S6 tfpring street, Will sail, for tha next 30 daya, a large stock of pictures and picture frames ut cost Come one, uome all. ai6 lm ENGINE FOR SALE. A new seven-horse power upright engine and boiler for aale at Ne. 104, Aliao st. aStf FOR SAU. Building lota in the Kerckhoff tract, fronting on Main and Los Angeles streets. Apply on the premiasi ' mtttf _ HOUSE TO LET. A desirable cottsgo of Are rooms; hall, cliriata and pantry, Apply at tho north »w--,t corner of (,'ht.rlty and Second streets. MS lw ROOMS AND BOARD. Two rileely furnished room, a-itn hnnr.l, nt Mrs Tsney's ou tli„. south aide of Seventh, between Msln and ijpri-ig streets mS FURiv lallK U ROOMS, Pleasantly locat" and neatly furnished, TO LET. BINOLK OR EN SUITE, Corner Port and Franklin streets, one block from Postofnce. ilSltl ROOMS ARD BOARD. Nleely furnished rooms, en suite and singls, containing modern conveniences, with hoard, st ths KIMBALL MANSION, NEW HIGH ST., NEAR TRMPLE. al Gentle Women Who want glossy, luxuriant and wavy tresses of abundant, beautiful Hair must use LYONS KATHAIRON. This elegant, cheap article always makes thu Hair grow freely and fast, keeps it from falling out, arrests and cares gray ness, removes dandruff and Itching, makes the Hair strong, giving it a cnrling tendency nnd keeping It in any desired position. Beau tiful, healthy Hair Is the sore result of using Kathalron. FOR SALE. Very Desirable Residence On the lllll; View I nanrpaaaed. AT A BARGAIN. C. WHITE n)« lm to Temple Block. LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1883. MISCELLANEOUS. Just Received! 36-INCH ALL WOOL CACHEMERES, In all tlie new shades and, which wo aro offer inir st bO CENTS. A YARD. ALSO A FULL LINE OF All Wool Black Cachemeres, FROM 40 CENTS TO fl.fiO A YARD. These goods are warranted ALL WOOL and are superior to any ever offered here before. 25 Pieces French Sateens, of the Lateat I ; AT 33 CENTS A YARD. —ALSO AN ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES' Silk and Lisle Hose, In the Latest Tints. SPECIAL. 100 Doz. LADIES' HOSE, Ingrains, Solid Colors, Full Fashioned, 40 cts. a Pair; Worth 60 cts. 75 DOZ. MISSES' OR CHILDREN'S HOSE, Heavy Ribbed in Fancy and Solid Col ors, Full Fashioned, AT 25 CENTS A PAIR. CITY of PARIS, 107 AND 109 SPRING STREET. Apr» lm ''RECREATION,'' Tho new Literary and Society Journal of South ern California, a baud-tome weekly, on tinted book paper, devoted to Literature, Society and Amusemeiita, published every Saturday, com mencing May ldth. The Aral edition will num ber aaveral thousand copies and be circulated freely. Sample copiea can be had at the office, Room 28 Baker Block, and will be sent free on application by mail. W. A. Cheney will bo Lit erary Editor. Only a very limited amount of space li loft for unceptionable advertisement*, tor which apply Immediately. No immoral or improper advertisements admitted at any price "Recreation" will be ln every respect a dignified, courteous, first-class Journal, and aa such relics for a liberal support upon the refined and Intelli gent people of Los Angeles and Southern Call tornia. All leading business houses whose custo mors are Ladies or among* the beat citizens, should not fail to advertise in "Recreation." Subscriptions, invariably In advance, #1.50 per annum, 75 cents for six months, 40 cents for three months, or 15 cents per month. Single copiea, 5 cents. Local talent encouraged, if mer itorious. Social and Personal Items deelrcd from every town and village in Semi Tropic California. Agent* wanted. Address. "Recreation," Los Angeles,Cal. EDWARD A. WEED. mIS lw dttw Managing Editor. NOTIOB I Notice is hereby given that the City Board of Education Will receive proposals for the sale of eligible school sites ln tne city until 7.30 o'clock p. n. on MAT, 22d, 1883 Parties having such sites for salo may leave them In seated envelope) at the office of th* Sec- No 88 TEMPLE BLOCK, Daily between the hour* of 9 a. m. and 6 p. v. until said date. By order of the Board. mlStd OEO. 8. PATTON, Secretary. STORAGE. THE SHOR STATION WAREHOUSE Brain and Wool on Storage I And call special notice to the fact that no.csrt -1 age fa required In shipping from thU warehouse, as Railroad Branch Track runs to the door. X.O"t*r. i Apply for information to F.W.WOOD, 1 Secretary San Gabriel Wine Co., San Gabriel, C*liforma. mIM lm HORSES FOR SALE. THEE MATCHED TEAMS, One pair of grey mares, 15 hands high, sired by A. W. Richmond, yearn old, very handsome and promising; will drive both single and double. Price MOO, One pair sorrel geldings, 3) years old, 161 hands high; will weigh I*oo each; by Emperor 11; one quarter Nonuan and three-fourths thorough bred; good horses for all purposes. Price, $375. Ono pair bay geldings, 15 hand* high, one by A. W. Richmond, the other by Max, very hand - some and big gaited, 3-year-olds, Price, $400. I Also a lot of blue blooded S snd 3 year-old v trotting colts, well broken to harness and threat r ened with speed, at bed rock prices. Apply to .I NOYES & ALLEN, No. «c North Mala St., Opposite court House ■all lw LAWYERS. jIIRBBT T. RICHARDS, Attorney-at l_w. OFFICII-Downey Block, Room 10. Uis 1 David Lyon, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Koom tt. Oitv of Psris Block, Do. Anjeles. atl W. J. Kingsbury, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 3, Allen Block, corner Temple and Spring atreet.. Collection, a specially. ap'Stl w. r. oAßDiaaa. a- 1 stbthiisbox. Gardiner & Stephenson, Attorneys and Oounaeloi-B at Law (Htm -Koom. 1, 2 ami 3, Allen Block, CORNER OF BPRINO AND TEMPLE ST*. lebsltl D. M. ADAHB, ATTORNKY - A T ■ I A W , Room 77 Temple Block. JanllUJ J. Brouaseau. Attorney and Counsellor at Low. t_-NOS. SO AND 57. 11AKER BLOCK, mrlltl JASepTHOWARD, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. • Downey Blonk, next door to Dr. Craw ford, jyz-ti William D. Stephens, ATTORNEY AT LAtaV. ROOM Sr., TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES, Will give special and prompt attention to the probata, of willa alai setllement of eatatea of de cedonta. epSO-ly Baaar M Sarra. T. B. Baow.a A %V. IlciTON. Smith, Brown & Hutton, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Omca-KOOUS 01. si tIB TEMPLE BLOCK, mrlltf JNO. B. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES. Graves & Chapman, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. ROOM NO. 6 BAKER IILOCK. '- ail S. O. Hubbell, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROOMS » A «, DVCOMML'N S BLOCK, corner Main and Commercial Sta.. Los Anifelee. m>7tl QEORGE 8. HUPP. THOS. X SMITH. Smith & Hupp, Attorneys and Counselors at La»w. OFFICES-3U a 3D, TEMPLE BLOCK. Will practice in all of the State and Federal Court, in California and will give prompt and faithful attention to all busuree. entrusted to them nltf ~ fiiYSICIANS. Mrs. Alice ffiggins, M. D., PH YRICIAN AND SUROEON. Otflee and Residence No. 10 Fort stroet. Loa Angelea, Cal. olfioe boilra, 10 to 12 A. a., ato 4 r. U-. 7 toO In the evening. aj-.i1,,, Mrs. B. E. Newland, M. D. Ori-lcr ASe HnalDßNi-K Spring street, over City of Pari) store. Orricr. Iloias. 10 to IS a. a ; 2 to 7 r. a. AprS ■>r T. <' ("ALE. HEALTH OFFICER. (Jlr.ce, for the present, ruou. 3, Liehtenbergsr Block, Main atreet, above First. Office hours for Vacillating mid other city business, frointi to 10 a. a. ftoTtf Dr. V, W. Conn, Late of Virginia City, Nevada, will practice his profession at Boom No. a, Wilcox block. No. 40 Spring street. feb_-3m Dr. 0. F. Gillingham, Member Hoyal Collage Surgeons, England. Member Royal College Physicians, lulii-burg. 132 N MAIN ST., NEXT BAKER BLOCK. . deelWl DR. K. D. WISE. K. D. WISE, M. D., graduate of the Jefferson Medioal College, Philadelphia, having returnttd frotu Europe, where he took special courses of instruction lo his profession in the great hospit als of London, Paris, Vienna aim Edinburg, so licits allcisos requiring surgical skit) and experi ence, and makes, as heretofore, A SPECIALTY Off I'ISKASa-S OF WOMEN. No charge made for first consultations unless followed by treat ment. Office in PHILLIPS BLOCK, MAIN ST., Los Angeles, Cal. Offikti hours from Btolo A. M. and 3 to 6 r. M. flOSw Dr. J. a Griffin, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 164 MAIN STREET. Office Houn—o to 11 a. M,l to 3 and 7 to 8 Ke«idonce--East side of Main street, below First. mItVU Dr. Joseph Kurtz No. 205 Main street, opposite Baker Block •t-if Kye and ear diseases treated with the care of a specialist. apiS J. Harmon, HI D., County Physician. MASCAREL BUILDING, upstairs. Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel. Otttee hours from 10 to 12 a. h. ; from 1 to 4 r. v. ap2o-tt Dr. L. W. Wells, DENTIST. Comer Main and First streets, upstairs, room 10; entrance on First. Office hours—9 a. m. to b r. v. Teeth Extracted without pain. Allwork war ranted. Practiced in London ten years and Pa ducah, Ky., 17 years. MS Sm IiTIrNCIHION, Magnetic Healer and Meamerizer, Pupil of Dr. Oir(frotn Paris.) Animal magnetism (commonly called mesmer ism) la a new cure for all nervous and chronic diseases. Convalescents and weak people will And in Massage (magnetic friction) a speedy re turn to health and strength and will regain their lost flesh. Free consultation from 111 to 12 A. M. and 1 to 3 f. M. HO NORTH MAIN STREET, nil lm, J. !Tgs Lumber Dealers. ALAMEDA STREET, Between Macy and Chaves Btre#*\, DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, BHINGLEb POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC ETC. FOR SALE, OR EXCHANGE. Eighty-five acres excellent fruit land, specially - adapted to the growth of Raisin Grapes, situate near Orange; XO acres planted and growing; 3 acres Iv a variety of northern fruits, t neat, new cottages, with stable*, etc.; water abundant for Ball purposes; soil rich and productive; no frost; location healthful and pleasant. Will be sold at a great bargain, or exchanged for Improved property near Loa Aug alts. Apply to POMEROY * MILLS, my 1 tt. Conrt St., opposite the Court House. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Crystal Palace. REDUCED PRICE Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Chandeliers AT COST OF IMPORTATION! Get Onr Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere. We will Always Sell Cheaper than our Competitors. MEYBERG BROS., 81 MAIN STREET, LOS ANQELES. Jyls-tl H. J. WOOLLACOTT, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE and LIQUOR DEALER. FINE OLD WHISKIES for Medicinal I'se a Specialty. PURE CAL I FOR I>H A WINES. GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. 48 AND 50 SPRING STREET, X.OS ATVOBLBS, O Al.. HMI Sm H. SLOTTERBECK, Sportsmen's Headquarters, Temple Block, Opposite United States Hotel, Dealer in all English sud American I. .test lm- — proved Treble- VV edge Ea.t and Harniueries. Breech-Loading Shotguns, VafisfaHa^aw ■ft Choke-lroring nnd Repairing uf fin-SH guvs a asaa*. All work speaking for itself nnd leaving no need for self- praise. SAN PEDRO LUMBER~CO., SAN PEDRO, LOS ANCELES COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, Wholesale and Retail Lumber Dealers, Having completed their Wharf to Deep Water, BRINGING SHIP AND RAIL TOGETHER, Are prepared to furnish all kinds of TjXJIUBHK A.lVr> TIMBBB X*. O. 38. Cars or delivered at any K. R. Station of S. P. R. R. J. llKa'aMlx at soys are onr Agent* at Loa Angeles. Correspondence Solicited. MERICK REYNOLDS, Manager, San Pedro. ' feb24tf The Largest Carriage and Wagon Repository in California! A $40,000 Stock! Look at Our Prices! Buggy with top $115 Phs-tons $150 i Buggy without top 100 Platform spring wagon . 135 Carriages, extension top 250 Three spring wagon 120 Open harouches 125 Business spring wugon 80 Four spring wagon, $135. WE HAVE ALMOST ANY STYLE YOU WANT. We also carry a large stock of DOUBLE AND SINOLE HARNESS of the best quality and style at correspondingly low pricea. NEXT DOOR EAST OF FASHION STABLES, MAIN ST., LOS ANCELES. jjajg J. R. McMANIS, Manager. FOR* Highland Park Tract! 1 The proprietors of the Hunter Highland View tract arc now prepared to oiler, in addition to the former tract, for sale tbe HIGHLAND PARK TRACT [In lots of from 2$ to 5 acres each. This tract is located midway between Loa An gelesand Pasadena, in the Arroyo So:o. Paaadeuu Avenue, as recently laid out, (the direct route to thi latter place) p&ates through the centre of the tract. This ' tract bas betm known for many years as the Ramirez Homestead Tract. It is a little more than three miles from the Plaza, the center of onr city, nnd coutains about 420 acres of most desirable land. PURE MOUNTAIN WATER In an abundant supply is now being conducted to the tract in pipes. More than » ninety men are at this moment engaged in this work. PasadeuA Avenue is being I graded. It is intended to make this spot the most Desirable for Suburban Homes 'Of anything iv Southern California. We invite all desirous of securing pleasant and convenient homes, where all the conveniences of country and city life areeasi t ly accessible, to look at Highland Park. We are prepared to show them. G. W. MORGAN, Agent. , ROOM 55, TEMPLE BLOCK, UP-STAIRS. aUlm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AT BRIGHTS CHEAP STOEE You can get the following goods at less price* than any other house: 2,000 yards White Dress goods. 3,000 yards Spring Styles Wool Dress Goods. 10,000 yards of Lace and Embroideries. 10,000 pairs Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose. 5,000 Ladies' Misses' and ChUdreH's Hats. —■ — 5,000 Men's and Boys' Hats. 5,000 pairs Ladies' and Children's Shoes. 2,000 pairs Men's Boots and Shoes, and a Large Stock of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Pants Goods, Shirtings, Ginghams, Lawns, COLLARS, TIES, RIBBONS, And Ten Thousand other articles too numerous to mention. Call at No. 230 Main Street, OT. C BRIGHT. semti Santa Monica Hotel, A SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT. A Flrit-t In.x Hotel ol 60 room, on tho Muff overlooking tho Ooeen, Id mile, hy rati from Loa Angeles, (load .urf hathing every month in the year. Largo llath Houae. on the Bead, dir.. u> in front ul the Hotel. luriiiHli Hot ~r 1.,1.1, Malt are! rreih Water Hatha Tourlats should not fail to vi*i! tin. Irlurhtfn! r. s.-rt Train,], ~. i.,.-, Ane.-i... ,t '.t 30 A. M. anil f.:00 P. M. Leave SanU Uonira at 7 I.', A. M. anil 3 P. M. J. W. SCOn, PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES. MM r. M. OUIOL. E. R KNAPP BRUNSWICK BILLIARD PARLORS. OX7XOL ate K9TAPP. The t'ISIEHT 111 1.1.l t It It all iuit Weat of Chlesaato. The latest au.l I fjSMffi' " . " A PERFECTLY ' Itilliurii Table.. ah APPOINTED appointinenta aim- w£jr j>ly nonpareil. jpj mUum JONES BLOCK, Immediately Adjoining the "Herald" oHloe, WKt'OXn FLOOR. mia lm M.. -W-. CHILDS, HARDWARE EMPORIUM NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST. Dealer in Stovea, Ranges, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Force and Lift Pumps, Rubber Hose, Crockery and Glassware, Iron and Lead Pipe. Sole Agent for the Superior Stovea and Ranges, manufactured by Bridge & Beach Manufactur ing Co., St. Lonia, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware and Artesian Well Pipe. Plumbing in ail ita branches done to order with neatneaa and dhrpatch. . jy2l-tf LosAngelesCrackerCo., COR. OF ALISO ST. & ALISO ROAD, Loa Angeles, Cal., ia now prepared to furnish to the Trade on the beat of terms all | kinds of CRACKERS AND CAKES , Hnowu to the Trade of the Pacific Coast. : Full Weight for onr Goods Guaranteed 1 IN EVERY CASE. The Los Angeles Cracker Company is a Home Institution and nearly all the material used is produced in Southern California. A Liberal Price Paid for Empty Cracker Oases. For further particulars apply to .. WINTER. Manager, p. o. Boa 852. [.*• 3m! AT THK BUSINESS OFTIOSL j Globe Coffee and Spice Mills . (FORMERLY OLD ALISO MILLS) E. It TUKSLKELQ, Central Manager. J. B. THEELKELD, Proprteto We are now ready a-ith new andUuproved machinery to supply the trails generally, ' With Goods in at San Francisco Prices Our Goods War. awarded the First Premium at the Loa Angeles Fsir, October, 1382 )anH tf lE. OBEBSTEI.LIIR > WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER L\ ZEPHYR, CERMANTOWH, KNITTING WORSTED, SAXONT, SHETLAND WOOL, AND FLOSS, FAIRY ZEPHYR, CANVAS, EMBROIDERY MATERIALS, ETC. 168 ... MAIN STREET. - • - 168 Particular attention given to orders (or French Stamping ami Desiirniofx. eb9-t " HAS OFENEU A LARGE BTOC* OF— : Saddles, Harness, Robes, Whips, Etc., ON THE CORNER OF FIRST NO 3, ?im ST it ETS. b Ho baa also opened a BRANCH STORE at PASADEN A. He warranto all hia work, satiatactto being* guaranteed. He sells aa cheap aa live cheap***., call and axamirM hia ifooiia bvfore pure ha ng eta*? where, both at hia Loa Angeled store and at tbe Fasadena br»m.b. niarlT-la ? 2 . 310 L. -A. X DNT ST O U. JOYAUX & TROMBONI, , COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And General Agents in Wool, sheep and other Produce. Agents for Matthews' Sheep lllp. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Uroceriea, Provisions, Wines, Liquors, Toliaccos, Etc.; Farmers', WLne-CJrowers and Stock-Raiaera' Sundries. ATOooda Delivered Promptly to any part or the City -» IAO Male Ml reel. Srlaieu < oti r I ant! Kir. t. Lo. Anar lea. CWk NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Extra Bargains THIH WEEK AT-— B. F. Coulter's TABLE LINEN, TOWELS, NAPKINS AND BED SPREADS. Iv the Prettiest Black Cash meres sold on tbe Coast. Our Black Silks Head the List, and if you want a good dress at a Lower Price than you can get elsewhere, buy the QUEEN SILK AT COULTER'S. JUST RECEIVED, Direct from New York, another beautiful assortment of the new Dress Satteens. Call and see them. DON'T BE DECEIVED. You cannot bay Better Ooods. You cannot buy Cheaper Ooods in California than we are now offering. . We will Not be Undersold. We buy the Latest Styles and Best Bargains. We Give Our Customers Bargains. For instance; Linen Bosoui Shirts at 50 cents each. 75 .. i •• gioo ~ These are better values than you can get elsewhere, as a rule. If yon want the best fitting, best wearing Shirt you have ever had, bay tho "COTJLTEK SHIRT," The bast of all, at Coulter's, in Baker Block. B. F. COULTER, (New Numbers.) 236 & 238 NORTH MAIN STREET, BAKER BLOCK, Owner of the Los Angeles Woolen Mills, is now selling at Bednced Prices to CAMPERS, MINERS & TRAVELERS, Pure, all wool BLANKETS, just the ar ticles for TOURISTS, and cheaper than IW before. Call and see them. We have Shoddy Comforters, and we have Comforters NOT SHODDY, And we sell all at prices as low as were ever sold by any house. Don't be deceived, COULTER'S is the place to trade., a 25 1 m OIL HOUSED Scofield&Tevis CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPOR TATION CO. E. A. EDWARDS, Manager. Importers and end dealers in Paints, White I.r-a.l, Turpentine, olass, niummating and Lu bricating oils, etc., etc. N0.33 LOS ANQELES STREET, LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA. aplU Gillette, Gibson A Wood. Examiners of Title and Conveyancers, Rooms 13 aud 14, McDonald Block, Main LOS ANQELES CAL. PONET & ORR, UNDERTAKERS A EM B AL ME RS, OS Main Ntreet. Embalming for Shipping a Specialty. We don't sell 20 per cent. Ism than other bouses, but the public will be sat isfled on uniuiring Ulat our prices are Lower than Any Other Houae In the City x And SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Telephone connsction a-ith store and residence. uir3ltf ABERNATHY & CO., MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHINC & FURNISHING COODS, HATS AND CAPS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, Etc Stock New, Gooda of the Best Quality. So. 13 SrlnK St., Los Angeles, (One door south of Preuss k Pironi s.l aiT lm HO FOR SANTA MONICA CAWOX. Don't fail to oall at rXCLE TO .Ml* CABIN For fine brands of Liquor* ami I'lsar*. We have also tn connection accommodation for teams, all of which will be taken can of by ex perienced hands. [127.(1 Rt'LO & CO. OWHRS OF DOCB, ATTENTION I In accordance with the onlinance of the city ot Loa Angeles sll do«s running st large after th. FIRST DAY OF JUNE, 1883, Without ths proper License Tag, will be taken up and impounded H. KING, Chief of Police. Los Angwles, May 11, IBM. ralllw Phineas Banning, FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENT, WILMINGTON, Los Angeles County, Cal. Yeas.is towed, goods Ughterol, lamb, and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. ocTtt •• ... i NO. 74.