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CO! I.TT.R'K COCVMJJ.
NEW TO-DAY.
Just received from New
York some handsome Dress
Silks in tbe leading colors.
Pretty New Laces, the lat
est styles, auch as Escurial,
Pompadour, Malines and Ori
ental.
Nobby Linen Collars in
Miles Standish, Princess Lou
ise, Jersey and other novel
ties
The ELITE NECKWEAR,
in Escurial. Malines and Pom
padour, Laoe Fichus, Irish
Crochet Collars, &c. Stylish
Handkerchiefs, and also a
pretty line of solid and color
ed Border Linen Handker
chiefs. Call and see them.
Fresh Goods every day.
B. F. COULTER.
COLDS! COLDS! ! COLDS! 11
Why .nllar from then? Are you af
flicted with Rheumatism? You c.v .top
theee Ul. to a greater extent than yon
may think by wearing THE LOS AX
OBLBS WOOUCN MILLS FLANNELS.
OUR UNDERWEAR and NAVY
BLUE OVEBSHIKTS are roanufae
'tared of the*, good*. They are made
ef PURE WOOL aud DYES. They
SEVER INJURE the SKIN aud are
very durable. They can be found ONLY
at the Store of B. F. COULTER,
2*3 It 2M North Main it.. Baker Block.
BUTTONS! BUTTONS!! BUTTONS!!!
Why do you buret your button, off?
Became you haven't tried Courted
SUSPENDERS ON WHEELS.
B. F. COULTER.
BTOP AND THINK.
Did il ever occur to jou that B. F.
COULTER, Proprietor ~l the Loe An
geles Woolen Mill., sells a Pure Wool
Blanket, either in Wbite or Colors, in
many instanoee, Cheaper than tboae that
are mixed with Cotton or Shoddy ? IT
18 A 4* ACT. Why? Because he m.n
ulectures these goods.
No Shoddy, no Cotton are used iv
theee good.. Call and save Money.
B. F. COULTER.
THE COULTER SHIRTS,
Well made, of good materials, PER
FECT in PIT. Prices as low as tb*
loweet. Call and see them and you will
net want any other.
New style. Cuffs and Collar*, Rail
road Collar, and Cuffs, Celluloid Collars
and Cuffs, Collar and Cuff Buttons,
Handkerchiefs, Tiee, Scarf.. Half-Hose,
all at reasonable p rices at B. B. Coulter's
Stores.
GENTLEMEN-Do not fail to go to
Coulter*, 238 and 238 Main street. Ba
ker Blook, for your Underwear. Ha
All Wool Undershirts are double"
breasted, made of pure wool and none
made ar* cheaper,
TO THE LADIES.
We keep the most beautiful Blue,
Black and Jet Black Cashmeree Ibat we
have ever seen. They are choice and
you should examine them.
OUR BLACK SILKS
Are co very superior to all others that
you only have to look at them to be
convinced. Don't buy till you see them.
B. F. COULTER.
We have a Resident Buyer in New-
York City. He is constantly sendiug
the choicest goods, ought at the lowest
prices. If you want any article, in the
Dry Goods Line w* can furnish ycu on
as good term, aa any House in Sau
Franciaco.
B. F. COULTER,
BAUER BLOCK. Los Angeles.
aug-19 lv
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SER
VICE. U. S. ARMY.
Dtvbrion of T'-lf*mm. ..ul Report, for th. b.n
flt of Commerce ud Agriculture Rep.rt ol o!>
--sarvatlons taken st Lo. Angele., Cal., Sept. 11,
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For real fun go to the Rink.
Oreat silk sale, People's Store.
On tale to-day, satins 35c, People's
Store.
First-class vest and pantaloons makers
are advertised for under NewTo-Day.
The San Pedro train hauled up to the
city sixty loaded freight cars yesterday.
On eale to-day, colored satins, 35
cent* a yard, great silk sale, People's
Store.
Mr. W. H. Perry returns from Sun
Francisco by this morning', overland
train.
Supervisor Oiroux and family return
home by this morning's train from San
Francisco.
Tbe finest variety of fresh fish every
dsy at the Cafe Columbia, opposite the
Post Office,
See advertisement of fnrniture for
sale and house to reut, in our New To-
Dsy columu.
There ar* messages iv the Telegraph
Office for Logan S. Roots aud Miss Cud
emetori Reosa.
Thermometer for the 24 hour* ending
at 8:10 last evening: maximum, 80 de
grees; minimum, 56 degreee.
Mr. John Brown, Jr., and wife and
Miss Emma Brown, of San Bernardino,
are registered at tbe Cosmopolitan.
Th* marriage license of A. D. Hall
and Mary Fogarty was filed for record,
in the County llecoider's office yeeter-*
dsy.
Tranafers of real estate aggregating
546.313.75, against SI 1.720 mortgages,
were hied for record in the County Re
corder's office yesterday.
Tbe attention of members of tfie Los
Angelea branch of the Irish Land
League is directed to the call for a meet
ing which appears in our New To-Day.
In the County Recorder's office yes
terday thirty-two deeds, five mortgages,
seven releases of mortgages, fonr mis-*
oellaneons papers and one United Htatev
[latent were tiled for record.
Court yesterday requiring all attorneys
having riles or papers belonging to the
County Clerk's office, to retain the same
within forty-eight hours.
Messrs. Nuitbcn.it A. Clark will sell
at public auctiou, ou the pr^miser,
at 10 a. ef. Thursday, a lot of dry goodf,
boot* and shoes, etc., lo close out a part
uership. See advertisement.
On sale to-day. brocade silk, 25c a
a yanl, People's Store.
While killing chicken* at the Horton
House yesterday for dinner, they found
an oanoe of pare gold in small pieces
mixed iv with about tour ounce-, of
gravel and sand bs one ai the chicken's
crops— San Diryo Union.
Th* heavy fogs of the past few days,
and th* Scotch mist of y—UtileJf moru
ing, are undoubtedly the beginning of
tha precipitation of vapor caused by the
recent hot spell, and appear .o be a pre
cursor of early and frequent raina.
The professional card of Elizabeth A.
Fo Hans bee, M. D., whose office* are at
No 211 South Fort stree, will be ftfUnd
•laewhere in this morning's Herald.
Persons requiring the aid of a physician
will find Dr. FolJansbee a skillful prac
ticionsr.
Some of the Carboudale miners, in
San tl age Caflon, went out hunting last
Monday and shot a deer, which weighed
one hundred and fifty-one pounds after
being dressed. A number of fat buck*
have been shot in the same neighbor
hood the present season.
Mr. Entile Vac he, the only grape buyer
and wine and brandy maker of Old
San Bernardino, has been in the city for
two days past, aud left for his home
yesterday by the morning trains While
in th* city he made arrangements for
tbe purchase of all the grapes in San
Bernardino.
On sale to-day, brocade silk, 25 cents
a yard, People's Store.
Henry Gattig Bauer, charged with
keeping a house of ill-fame, wa* grant
ed a change of venue by Justice Ling
yeaterday, on application of the de
fendant, who alleged prejudice of the
Court. Counsel being unable to agree
upon a Justice before whom to try the
case, it was transferred by Justice Ling
to the Justice's Court of Pasadena,
where no prejudice exists.
Sebastian Liude, examined before City
Justice Morgan, on the charge of assault
to commit marder, on oath of Anton
Ante, gave bail in $300 for his appear
ance for trial before the Superior Court.
Karl Wuuderling, convicted of petit
larceny, was nn.ds6o, with the alter
native ul titty days' labor on the streets,
which, from the depleted condition of
his ex i nquer, it is very probable Karl
will accept,.
By tb* recent earthquake in Lytle
Creek canon th* flowof water from C. T.
Tyler'* sulphur springs was more than
doubled. In fact Mr. Tyler, by flaming
tbe water for a distance of a couple of
hundred yards, can secure nearly enough
for irrigation, which will lie of consid
erable value to him if he should loae a
water suit in which he is now engaged.
— San Bernardino Index.
The gratifying intelligence is conveyed
to lover* of pur* lager beer, by ad ver
tisement elsewhere, that William J.
Lamp, of St. Louis, Mo., has established
an agency in this city, and that his
famous beer is on sale at C. Zissig's. 24
North Main street, Paul Shilling's cor
ner of Spring and Second streets and
McHugh <fc Massay's, Sau Fernando
street, opposite the new freight depot
The Arizona Mining Index'oi th* Sth
announces that ths Total Wreck mine
has resumed operation*. Thia will be
good news to many of the people of Loa
Augeles who are interested in that mm*>
aacl also to our tradesmen who supplied
tbe miners and other workmen at that
camp with fruit and other supplies.
We ars glad to hear that this great
mine is to go forward in its work. It
has yielded richly, and can go ou doing
the same In the tuture.
On sale to-day, brocade ottoman, 88e,
silk sale, People's Store,
The card of Messrs. Dobioaon & Fair
child, Real Estate and Insurance Bro
kers, wiR be found elsewhere ia this
morning's Herald. Of Mr. Dobinsonj
it is scarcely necessary to speak. He is
known to all our citizens, and by close
attention to business and fair dealing
has won for himself a reputation secoud
to tbat of no other business man ia our
city. Mr. Fairchild, his partner, though
a new comer iv Loe Angeles, is not a
stranger in Southern California, be hav
ing beeu engaged for several years as
banker and real estate agent at San
Diego, where he enjoyed a high reputa
tion for probity and business acumen.
Tbe firm is a strong one and will attend
to all affairs entrusted to them to the
best Interest of patrons.
On sale to-day, heavy black cashmere
silk, 00c, People's Store.
Monday's holiday made business unu
sually brisk in the County Recorder',
office yesterday.
The framework of the new University
M. E. Churoh is already in pneition, and
the structure will bo shortly oompletcd.
The mile walk at the Held day of the
Los Angeles Atbtetio Club was timed 0
minute*, 15* seconds, iustend of 15 odd
minutes, a. published.
Francisco Leon was discovered in 80
--noratown, last night, fionri.hing a hnga
knife to tho consternation of all behold
en. He was placed in the lockup.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The next annual Baptist convocation
hoe been fixed for Los Angelea during
the coming year. The location wes
only adopted after cousiderabl-.- debate.
Mr. H. W. Lake, of Daggett and
Lava Beds, is in tbe city procuring furni
ture for his new bathing house at Dag
gett. He appears confident of the great
wealth of the Lava Beds.
Judge W. T. MoNealy, of San Diego,
is rusticating at the celebrated Sulphur
Springs near Cainpo, and expects to re
main at thut popular health resort for
about three mouths. We hope he will
be able to return to hi. official duties iv
robust health.
The new Laugblin building on Los
Angeles and Commercial streets, now in
course of rapid erection, will consume
250,000 brick. Mr. Oeorge Carr is the
contractor. Hellman, Haas A Co., will
occupy the larger portion of the build
ing on both of the streets.
Amont; the many valuable minerals
recently discovered is a mine of tellu
rium on Arastra Creek, on the other
side of tbe Colorado, in Yavapai county,
Arizona. What will bs discovered next
we are uot able to till, but it may be a
diamond mine or a ludge of amethyst.
A few days since the Herald pub
lished a very flattering article concern
ing Los Angeles city and county, copied
from the Santa Barbara Independent.
It now uppears thut, through jealousy,
the ancient Pre** has attacked the in
dependent for its article, and gut wurtted.
Martha R. Morton, adjudged insane,
was committed to the Stockton Insane
Asylum by Judge Howard yesterday,
sod was taken to that institution last
evening by relatives, who were de put zed
for that purpose by Sheriff Currier. Her
insanity is the result of injuries received
by the kick of a horse some time ago.
On sale to-day, silk ottoman stripes,
75 cents, silk sale, Peopls's Store.
A volcano is the sensation in Santa
Barbara county, having been found on
the San Marcos rancho, on the Santa
Ynez mountains, and about seventeen
miles from Santa Barbara. Suioke is
constantly issuing from the crater, aud
tbe Barbareftos think that they have
discovered another attraction for tour
ist*.
Judge Sepal red a made an order in his
Two hunters v. bo were eooamped in
a caflon in the Santa Inez Mountains,
north of Santa Barbara, were visited by
a cinnamon bear, who, it is stated, came
to their camp and pulled a sack of sugar
from benestu Mr. Clark's head and car
ried it away withont disturbing tbe sleep
ers. His tracks are said to have been uf
the largest variety. The hunters are
said to have discovered a burniug gas |
well in the heart of the Santa Inez I
Mountains, from which a column of va- j
por issues constantly.
Brother Hell of Ihe San Francisco j
Merchant l.as a kindly feeling for An- j
geleflos, even if they do raise Mission j
grapes, and so gives us the following
valuable suggestion: "Orange peel is
now said to be collected, dried iv ovens i
and sold for kindling tires. It barns
readily and with great fierceness, and is
safer than kerosene. This is a bint for
our Los Angelea friend* how they can
utilize the windfalls with which their
orange orchards are so thickly strewed
at some seasens of the year."
In Justice Ling's Court, yesterday,
Frank Bush was arraigned ou the charge
of embezzlement, preferred by R. B.
Johnson, and held for examination next
Friday, at 10 a. m. Pedro AbarU,
charged wi'.h battery by Mrs. Jesus
Bowman, plead gniltyand was lined $15,
which he paid. Mrs. S. McLain,
arrested on the charge of disturbing the
peace, was released on bail, case to be
set for trial hereafter. Jose Rivera, con
victed of disturbing tbe peace, on com
plaint of Rafaela L. de Gallego, was
fined 10, or ten days imprisonment.
On sale to-day, silk plush, 75 cents,
silk sale, People's Store.
COURT REPORTS.
SEPrjLVKUA, J.
TraaDAY, Sept. 11, 1833.
People vs. S.Ernst—Def ran ding—De
fendent given till to-morrow at 9:30 a.
m ~ to plead or answer.
Hewitt vs. Lorenz—Cause set for Sept.
24th, 1883, at 10 a. m.
Mound City Land and Water Com
pany vs. J. S. Slauson et al—Judgment
for defendant on demurrer.
In tbe matter of Margaret R. Morton,
an insane person—Ordered committed to
Stockton Insane Asylum.
Odeu vs. Oden—Demurrer submitted.
City of Los Angele* vs. Johnson—De
murrer to intervention of F. P. Johnson
set for hearing to-morrow at 9:30 o'clock
a. M.
Flora* vs. McDonald—Demurrer sub
mitted.
Colyearvs. Ellsworth—Demurrer over
ruled; ten days to answer.
It is ordered that all attorney* having
files and papers belonging to the Clerk's
office shall return the same in forty-eight
hoars.
Wagner vs. Ryle et al.—Set for trial
Monday next at 9 A. m.
BKT FoR TO-DAY.
Farmer' and Merchants' Bank vs.
Thomas.
People vs. Ernst.
City vs. Johnson.
HOWARD, J.
Green rs. Hay—Demurrer confessed;
ten days' to amend.
Estate of Lugo—Motion set for hear
ing Thursday, September 13, 1883, at
10 A. M.
Hastings vs. Curtis—Demurrer sus
tained; ten days tn emend.
Insolvency of Wm. J. Nesce-—A. T.
Currier appointed assignee; bond $300.
Eatate of Honor* Doneaud, deceased
—Joseph boisaerence appointed execu
tor without bond*.
Estate of R. L. Enrique, deceased—
L. G. Enrique appointed administrator;
bond $900.
Wilson vs. Brown—Cause set for trial
Monday, September 17, 1883, at 2 v.
by consent.
Estate of M. C Walsh, deceased—
Wm. Harper appointed administrator.
Bond $3000.
Estate of John Matheson, deceased-
Petition for final distribution. Granted.
Eatate and guardianship of Alrarado,
et al., minors—-Petition for sale of real
estate. Granted upon giving bonds to
each minor in the sum of $200.
Cottle vs. Maxey—Cause transferred
to Hon. Y. Sepulveda's department of
the Court.
Peret vs. Plummer, et al.—On trial,
Peres vs. Plummer et al.—Motion by
defendant for non-suit submitted and
taken under advertisement until 10 a,
m. to •morrow.
In rs estate of George Swink, de
ceased—Petition for sale of personal
property heard and granted.
In re estate of N. 0. Stafford, de
ceased—Petition for crder correcting
former decree beard and granted.
In re estate of Nancy T. Lucas, de
ceased—Statement on motion for new
trial settled and allowed. Motion for
new trial in matter of distribution sub
mitted without argument.
SET FOB TO-DAY.
Riley vs. Gunningham.
I Guardianship Wetteraur.
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 12, 1883.
Gen. Sherman and Party.
On the arrival yesterday from the
Sierra Madre Villa of Gen. Sherman,
Gen. Tidball, Col. Dodge, Commandant
of Fort Sully, and Judge Gray, ot the
United Slates Supreme Court, at the
Los Angeles depot, they were met by
Gen. Ronton, with carriages, and driven
thoroughly over the city. Our towns
man had been on the staff of "Old Te
cumseh" during tbe war, and had deter
mined to show his old time chief some
appropriate attention ou the occasion of
this, his last official tour of thu United
States prior to his retirement from the
office of General of the Army. In com
pany with r number of AngelcQos, the
distinguished party was driven through
Lo* Angeles and over to Boyle Heights,
Gen. Shern.au having expressed a desire
to see the homestead of his friend, Mr.
J. E. Holleubeck. Certainly the ex
quisite and varied beauty of this elegant
place justified his wish that his friends
should see what might be accomplished
in Los Angeles in a very few years. The
parterres and terraces of the Holleubeck
grounds were duly inspected and ad
mired, the whole party descending to
inspect the banana grove, which is a
unique feature of Mr. Ilollenbeck'a
charm ing home. Unfortu imtely that
gentleman and his family were absent,
thus missing the enthusiastic apprecia
tion of gentlemen so competent, from
extended travel in all quarters of the
world, to pass a just judgment on its
vegetation aud flora. They next took
the liberty of invading Mr. Holleubeck's
terraced vineyard and helping themselves
to the choice grapes which abound thcie.
From Hollenbsck's the party went,
via First street, to the Wolfskill orange
grove, admiring without stint an orchard
which is said to contain more orange
trees than any other eingle grove in the
world. The place of Mr. O. W. Cbilds
was then visited. This homestead,
which is one of the most elaborately
ornamented in California, extorted the
most enthusiastic comment. The won
derful tree growth wus noted with pleas
ure. After partaking of an elegant col
lation, which was .-. rved up iv Mr.
Childs' hospitable mansion, aud which
! was seasoned with the choicest brands
|of California wines, with a soupcou of
| Hue old Bourbon for those who prefer-
I red it, the route was resumed. Mrs.
Longstreet's place was visited and duly
I inspected, aud the distinguished visitors
! returned to the Pico House, via Fig
| ueroa and Fort streets, the new State
! Normal School receiving its meed of at
i ten tion.
At the Pico House a superb lunch,
tendered by Gen, was served up
in mine host Dunham's best style. The
company consisted of Gen. Sherman,
Gen. and Mrs. Boutou, Miss Stella Bin
ford, Gen. Tidball, Col. Dodge, Judge
Gray, Dr. J. S. Griffin and Mr. Joseph
D. Lynch, of the Herald. A noted
feature of the repast was a watermelon
which weighed 104 pounds. Gen. Sher
man and Dr. Griffin, who were com*
paAeros in the old days in California,
were specially happy as raconteurs. The
| hero of the "March to tbe Sea" was as
! gay a* a hoy, and expressed not only
i resignation bat delight at his approacbfng
j retirement from the army. He took
| occasion, daring the repast, to express
| the emphatic opinion that the Sierra
i Madre Villa was the most attractive spot
! for having a quiet, good lime, of any
place on the American continent, aud
I intimated that Mra. Sherman and other
! ladies of his family would probably be
j occasional guests there.
The party took the regular train for 1
! the north yesterday afternoon, thtir
j special Palace car being detached, at
| Mojave, to go via the Atlantic &. IV
i i.'itie to Santa Fe.
Mining News
The Calico Print gives the following
news from the great mir-crnt fields:
On Sept. 4th, $3 190 worth of bullion
were shipped tv San Francisco fri'in the
Oriental mid.
In reply to a request made of Thomas
Ewing, E-ij , Superintendent of the
Bonanza King Con. Co., at Providence,
we received the following, Aug. 30th:
' The bullion result from Bonanza King
to date is as follows: The mill has lost
forty days from June Ist, by breaking
pumps and connecting pipes, repairing,
etc., yet it has produced in bullion to
date $433,600, which is the best record
ever made. The last ten days is (22,000,
aud last twenty days $45,000. The re
serves in mine as wed as dumps are
splendid. The percentage saved is now
as high as 92 8-10.
About half way between the Warm
Springs and the Lava Beds Judge Mills
and Mcßae have discovered ore on their
claim that assays, from the croppings,
on an average of $140 to the ton. It is
the same character of ore that is found
in the Morniug Star. Next to this
claim is one owned by J. Watson, of
Warm Springe, which is to be worked
by A. Murphy for one fourth interest,
who will sink ten feet.
Three or four miles opposite the sta
tion Win. MoQue discovered a promi
nent, solitary ledtze, on which he found
some rich ore. Tom Kyau is interested
in this location. Work will be com
menced on it right away. James Par
ker aud other prospectors are now pros
pecting the country in that neignbor
hood. The character of the ruefc in
this ledge indicates that it may turn tv
gold-bearing.
We were also told that a rich strike
had been made about eight miles from
GotFs station. The ore assayed from
$200 to $2000. The locators are Judge
Mills, Charles Ells and others, a half
dozen persons in all. They have sunk
several feet and taken out two or three
tons of ore. A portion of a large speci
men in Tom Ryan's possession at Liva
Beds sUtion assayed $3800 to the toifc
A mining district has been formed and
called the Exchequer. Judge Mills, an
old Virginia miner, was elected recorder.
Mr. Oakes, of the Lava Beds, went out
there aud returned with a sack full of
rich specimens. This new strike bas
excited considerable interest among
miner* and prospectors at the Lava Beds
and at the stations. When cool weather
seta in there will no doubt be considera
ble prospecting done along the railroad.
There is a great deal of country between
here and *he Colorado that has not been
half prospected, and much of it not
prospected at all.
The Bismarck mine, which is now
under the management of Lieutenant-
Governor Daggett ft Co., ia presenting
quite a lively appearance. The ore bin
and lumber used in the tramway and
shute on the Alhambra is being put up
on this mis*. Preparations are being
made to open up this mine on a much
larger scale wan heretofore. There is a
out already on the mine, running the
length of the ledge, about 200 feet long
and about fifteen feet deep. Th* lowest
grade ore that wa* taken from the
old out and thrown on the dump, as
being too low to mill, is now being care
fully screened and assorted by Mr. J. B.
Whitfield, the foreman. There is a
large quantity of it, and it will mill
between $20 and $40 per ton. We were
shown Hve tons of a* fine ore a* could bs
found in the camp, which bad been
taken out by two in en in three days. At
the very lowest it wa* estimated to be
worth $1000.
For thirty year* there haa beeu no
public gaming in Germany. Card-play
ing in private ia almost universal, tax
being collected during the last year ou
3,250,000 packs of cards.
Instead of bothering Mr. Tennyson to
get np a brand new poem, why don't
Queen Victoria just adopt the American
anthem, "John Brown's body lies a
I mouldering in the grave.'
POSTOFFICE LETTER LIST.
LETTERS' FROM THE PEOPLE.
Letters Remaining in tbe Lee Angelas
Cal., Postofflce Sept. 11,1888
What the Farmers Think Whose
Duty Is it to Work for Nothing
and Board Themselvee? Justice
for All.
LADIES' LIST.
Acksnuaii, Miss Mary Msrkles, Mrs Matilda
Allen, Miss KHsa Mouse. Mary l>
Arballo, Jesuits R McLaughlin, Maths
Arenas, Miss A Mlldran, Miss Jenny
Andlsy, alia* X It Mi mil. Mrs J 8
Ayero, Juana M de Merrill, Mrs J
Ii .n.l. Mi- Llllie \hi , Deaths
Uailo), Mr* Annie V Mills, Alfred
Ban/. Mis,. Partheli* Mora, VV J
Bate*. Miss Mettle Mora, L C
Bead.. Mrs X 11 Hore, H W
11.11, Mra Jemos H Morrison, Mary N, 1
Bell, Miss Maud U Newman, Jrs, for H
Aonnett, Mrs a A Collins
Boucher, Miss Fannie Montgomery, Julia
Braiiard, Miss Nellio MotltLt, Mary G
Bradford, Mra U U Morse, Mrs Rol>
Uradshaw, Mrs Frank Mueller, Mrs Anna
Branon, Mrs Mary Mullally, Mrs Kate
Brown, Mrs A L Nelson, Mra R II
Uuckhaiu, Miss Annie Nswlan, J M, for I* 11
Uaiiipovl), Mlsa Annie Bronao t
Campbell, Mrs R Olds, Mrs E W, 2
Camas, Mies Koeelie PatLon. Mrs Vena
Canoll, Mrs Cornelius Perry, Mrs Enthsr
Clancy, Mrs at Tracy, Ell. n I
ChrUtoffd, Cleotta I'latt, Mr» X
l osterna, Mies Leouides Polaer, Miss Matilda
Christie, Mrs J A Reordan, Tilliu
Crane, Mr, for Mrs Lo Buis, Mary,
rrtle Bauuiiman Kudritruos, Josefs,
Cranuall, Mrs Jss M Romeros, Miss T D
Davidson, Mrs Adele Rour, Flora
Doubs, .Mrs Romans, M G
l>edenliiitf, Mrs R Rogers, Miss Frtmk
Decs, Miss Katie Ruix, Conception L
Dinnio, Mrs Dan Thompson, LuKsne L M
Downs. Mlas Ertrr Thornton, Harah M
Dyaa, Mi-. F Ross. Mrs Usttle
Kvans, Airs Mary L (Sanderson, Mrs Lewie
KrickMon, Miss Allda Taylor, Mrs Maura
Farrow, Ml.* Annie, 2 Wallace, Mrs(ieo P
Freisher, Loa D Z Robinson, Men Eliza, i
F.easeur, Mm Alasha, Murray, MiaaT ll
Uardimr, Mrs M J Mclntyie, Belle
Uarrtier, Mrs Army ScoLt, Amanda
tdlllspie, Mrs Or R Shrode, Ueoryiana
Oonxaltss, Ha Da lona deSiler, Mn SU
Uraves, Mmiab, 'J Htlbet, Jose H
Hayncs. man Simpson J II
llaiisbt-rv'tir, Henry Snook, Mrs Mary
tlowe, Mrs Wnde Snook, Mrs M A
Happ, Mrs Mary KniiLh, Mrs Hannah D
Hawley, Mrs J M Slella, Miss
Hay, X D. lor Miss Lila Spinner, Mm Lv.lia
Lacy Solomon, Eva
Herruitftoii, Mrs Mary Spencer, Mary
Holdri.iK*, Mrs ICniiuett Stuktv, Mrs Esther
liotran, Mrs F, lor Miss Stanback, Anna
Ussls Keller Sbuizen, Mrs Caroline
Hooper, Miss Alice Sweeney, Miss Katu
JacouH, Mrs S E Taibert, Mra
Johnson, Miss Jennctt Smith. Mrs S 11, 2
Johnson, Mis* M E ThistJehy, Mrs Carrie
Johnson, Mrs J D Thomas, Lizzie
Kelley, Mrs D Slaaher, Miss A
Kelle .Missbtts strong, Miss Sidney
huh, Mrs Phoobo Valise, Mrs C M
Knowtton, Mrs Isabella Vide, Margaret 0
Lee, Miss Alice Vers, Una
Liiison, Mrs Ella Walsh, Mary
Lower, Mrs E J White, Mrs Mery S
MacKensle, Maggie Wbite, Mrs Temulu
Maur, Mrs X P Winston, Mrs X V
Marks, Mrs Max Wright, Mrs Lucy S
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Acosta, Juan Martin, s
Alltuun, Jnu Mattwwa, Horace
Albeit, Frank Mathews, H G
Atkinson, Uss J W McCann, Jas A
Bake, Jno McConuiok, RobL
Ballon, Elmer E McDonald, A H
BeLigoes, V McDonald, S il
tiarreraw, C McKeen, J H
Uarrera, T Mills, Horace
Karrera, Jose MjMasters, J 0
Bel), Jas H Menaga, Geo
Berry, A L Miller, J
Bernard, W II Miranda, 0 M
Bina, C Muller, Allen
BorU.ii, Master Harry Miller, ¥ W
Bowler, P M Moore, N
Bradford, B U Mulina, Gabriel
Brean, W H Moder, X W
Bofiebrake, Ueo II Morley, Isaac
Bryson, S A Morgan, A L
Brown, Chas Morrice, H M
Brown, Chas E, 2 Mott, Geo
Brown, Orlanda Muase, A
Brown Milt New lan, J J
Buchanan, G S, 2 Nelson, Geo
Buchanan, (Jeorge Newman, Mr
Beidden, Hidnrlch Notaiel, Archlru
Buese, Wilhelm Nsttleton, Wm
Bustamonte, A O'Burne, Tho
Caul Held, Joe O'Brien, Eugene
Cable, Frank L Ortes, Teoolo
Caaponill, J Otte, Henry
Carroll, Francis Parker, henry
church, S w~ Pedespan, G
Clawson, Harry Peppleman, Frances
Clark. R H Richar.ison, Soloman
Coddington, L W Penrian, V H
Oaten, Juhus Pitt, L M
Chonn, J Vicker Philiipp, M A
Corrales, Bablo Potts X
Cram, Usray J Pulger, Ff.u
Carrier, A P Fumed, J R
Davenport, Gad Pruegh, Audrew
Drown, Thos Reed, Ed B
DouviltcJoe Reed, EO
Doronie, Jesus Rhodes, A E
Djake, Horace X Ryan, J W, for U
Kast.ii, D W Weaver
Ecc£es, Master Thos, Robles, Jesus
Elmore, E E Thomson, II
Eieas, Jesus G Bossi, Pietro
Emory, H E Ross, Joseph
Engies, Charles ltosenbujf, Max.
Ferguson ft Hunt Ruiz, N
Feroer, S Has, V
Fillmore, Wm II Salgado, Julian
Linn. Thos San tee, Homer
rUniore, W S Mart sta. c
Fox, John Schuuen, Louis F
FoquinLe, R Schuyler, Edward
(Jambont, A Wallace. Geo
Gallagher, J J Robinson, E
Uamble, G Kobinson, Mr a Mrs
UarbuLt, Frank Newman, Ada
Uandeaus, Aug S Shorlall, J J
Gaskins, John Townseiid, Edward
Gardener, H WUkinson, G W
Grero, Michel Reed, E N
Goulil, Keuben Swnsger. Mr
Urady, W L Lcott. L G W
Osssaasn, W Shceidstron, 0 V
Geiromo, O J >uensparger, Daniel
Urilliith, A Smlt, Chas
GrlmSKes, II Schneider, L
Mali, Henry C Smith. J T
Hall, Jas V Spies, Frank
Hanson, M L Soverran. Frank W
Harris, Wm P Spruce, Alfred
Harrcan, Harry Stass, Jos
Hawthorne. W X Btockwell, John II
HiaCgintt, Chas Swat], Jacob
Hoiman, 8 Suttle, Jno
Hughes, Tomm Sumraerfleld, M
Ho*,-11, s Sumner, Chas E
Howard, W A Tapta, Antonio
llughen, W D Smith, T J
Johnson, Tb, 2 Thorn, Chas, 2
Jenkins, E Thomas D W
Jenaen, L Thalytand, Sam
Johnsuin, Thos P Tlbler, L A
Johnson, J D Unhehan, Wm H. 2
Johenson, Hsnnsnu Varques, O C
Jullien, Joa Vaughn, S
Kain. Wm Valencia. T
Kehoe. Edward Villa, L, 2
Kearne, A M Vallabos, Jose
bay, WS, for Wm A Wagner, chas L
Parker Walker, T T
Kennedy & Steel Walker, Jas
Kurth, Chas Walker 4 Co, Saddlers
Kohler, A Ward, F H
Lavague, Wm Warden, Tli s
Leman, M L Waahani, D H
Scibold, Michal Weaver, Harry
Seibold, M P West, C E
Lecrov, C Wilmore. A D
Leteon, E F Wright, Geo. X
Ma HI \ O William- J ¥
Mage*, Pat Williams, A W
Mamie, Eugene Witten, Kepp Win
Masses, Jas Wood, Jas X
Manerhan. J C Esbalela, P
Manyon, Guadalup« Zamoraoa, Louis A
Morgarody, H Voting, A S, 2
Nast, J F Stevens, Ely
Martinez, D Zeskendort, Wm
Editor Los Anoeleh I>aily Heb*
ald :—Your recent expression of opposi
tion to the game laws, aa applied to
quail, meets with unqualified approba
tion from the farmers of Los Angeles
county. About ten men, who have
offices in the city, and no lands in tho
country, have besieged the Legislature
from time to prohibit the killing of quail
throngli the Spring and Summer, even
to the Ist of October of each year. For
what reason? Simply that when the
weather is cool and quail are plenty nml
fat, that they may leave their comfort
able offices in town, where they have
beeu making money al! Summer, aud
come out over the farmers' lauds, tramp
ling his crops, setting fires in the fields
that sometimes spread and destroy
fences, barm*, crops and dwellings, iv
order to enjoy themselves killing quail,
while they themselves are tresspassers
on lands where they have uo light,
except tho right to be put iv jail for
breaking the taws.
The writer has planted a vineyard of
muscat grapes and cared for it till it
began fruiting, when such grapes were
worth $40 per ton. He has seen quail
iv flocks of 500 at a time, eatiug tg-ose
grape? at the rate of 500 pounds per day,
making $10 per day the ex Dense of
pasturing quail duriug the mouth of
September for the benefit of not over ten
men in the city, who were waiting for
the birds to be fat, so tbey could go out
and slaughter them and reap the benefit
of the rich pasturage which the vine
yardists had finished during the Summer
and Autumn. But how will this matter
strike the poor farmer who has seen his
grapes disappear at the rate of 500
pouuds per day to fatten these ravenous
birds for the benefit of the heartless
sportsrfmn who has done nothing to sup
port the birds, bnt now claims alt he
sau kill ? He has no more right to kill
these fut birds that have fattened on the
farmers' crops'than he has to kilt the
farmers' ducks and chickens.
Take another case, that uf San Fer
nanda Valley, with its 50,000 acres of
wheat and 100.000 quail surrounding the
grain in a circumference ot seventy-five
miles. It is calculated thut thtße 100,
--000 birds get away with half n cent a
day of wheat for the forty days of har
vesting and threshing, or 20 cents apiece
for the season. That makes the tax of
the San Fernando farmers only $20,000
a year to support the game law and fur
nish a few sportsmen some amusement.
Now, Mr. Editor, you have hit the
nail on the head in showing the absurd
ity of such a law, which is sport t. the
sportsmen but death to us. The quail
is a dainty bird, with a delicate appetite,
and disdains to rid the farmer of gophers,
snakes and squirrels, preferring to eat
hisgrapes, strawberries and wheat rather
than work for a living, like the huwk
and the eagle. The faot is tho quail in
Lo* Angeles are a nuisance and the
quail law has not been carried out and
never cm be. It is founded on injustice
: aud favoritism and should be repealed
at the next session of tho Legislature.
Senator Del Valle and Assemblymen
Molhit and Head would be doing afavor
to their constituents by haviug this un
just law repealed. Yours,
A Victim.
Pasadena, Sept. 11, 1883.
Veto at Newhall.
Mr. Ora N. Kent gave a delightful
party at Newhall Monday evening, Sep
tember 10th, previous to the opening of
hia splendid new store. Mr. Kent ia a
popular young gentleman, formerly con
nected with T. \V. Spring & Co., San
Jouc, and ia well know to all old citizen*
of Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties,
aa well as Los Augeles couu.y. Tha
dance was given in the new store room,
which was a blaze of light from ehunde
liers.
Reception Committee—ll. H. lioyn.
ton, C. Learning, W.CurUon.
Floor Committee—W. E. Pardee, H.
B. Froudfit. J. Grady, Choa. Smith, M•
McCormick, J. P. Anderson.
8. It. Boynton, leasee of the Southern
Hotel, and his moat estimable wife did
the honors for Mr. Kent in auch a man
ner aa to give entire satisfaction to the
large attendance and showed lo the sat
isfation of all that Mr. Newhall, in leas
ing his magnificent hotel to Mr. Boyn
ton, displayed admirable judgment.
There were present from Los Angeles
Miss Annie Ledbetter and Terry Ledbet
ter; Ventura, Miss Susie Mencand;
Camnloß, Miss J. R. del Valle, sister of
our popular Senator; Lang's, Miss Jessie
McCoy, Miss Mamie Lang, Miss Maggie
Lang; San Fernando, Miss Mollie Jeni
fer, Miss Katie Maclny, Miss Josie
Mat-lay.
LARGE LETTERS.
Dewnig, A B Holaies, John
Zagow, Albert
INITIALS.
Han. Merced Theatre Bns Awrency room 18,
To the Ordinary SB Main St
Rep. X of H Lodge Trustees Reform School
Peoples Protector National Grocer
Sec American Mechanics Master Fainter S P
Prop Clifton House Shops
I. R. DUNKELBERGER, f» M
Mrs. Harvey Hardeson, Glean, New
York.
C. D. Reynolds and wifa, Mrs. Pi in
die, Miss Carrie Tinnga, Pennsylvania.
Miss Anuießichardson, Middle Ranch;
Miss Den, Santa Barbara, niece of Dr.
Den of your city; Miss Effedem, Santa
Barbara.
Sunday School Convention
The Sunday School Convention at the
Congregational Church on Hill street,
convener! last evening. The Praise Ser
vice was conducted by Rev. A. J. Wells;
"The object of this convention," by E.
A. Edward's, President; the question,
"Are we sufficiently awake to the im
portance of Sunday School work?" was
discussed by Hon. G. Wiley Wells.
Rev. P. W. Dorsey spoke of the rela
tion of the Sunday Schools to the State
and society.
The following committees were ap
pointed: On Enrollment— Mrs. M. F.
Woodward, Mr. A. N. Mcßurney and
J. M. Da vies.
C. A. Jonas, leader of the most admi
rable orchestra we have ever listened 10,
to wit, the "Club Orchestra," soon to ap
pear in your city, furnished the music.
This band is recently from Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Mrs. A. L. McPherson was voted the
most stylishly dressed lady, white satin
was the material, and most beautifully
and artistically made. The toilets of
the ladies were—well, what is the nse
of an old bacbeldor trying to describe
them.
Mra John T. Gilford was elegantly at
tired in a brocade silk, and her two
children were the admiration of all.
Committee on Resolutions-—Rev. Mr.
Brasee, Rev. Wm. Metcatf, and Mr. G
C. Mack.
Newhall has a boom—great big, broad
shouldered oil men from the oil regions
of Pennsylvania, a hundred or more,
are here. They are splendid specimens
of manhood.
Committee on Nominations—Rev. F.
H. Robinson, Dr. Baxter Todd, J. P.
Early, S. t Merrill and F. Wichmau.
About thirty delegates ware present,
bnt the total number cannot be pub
lished until their final arrival to-day. A
large attendance was present, and much
interest was manifested in the proceed
ings. All friends able to accommodate)
delegates from ontside districts will
please report at the 9 o'clock meeting
this morning.
Mr, Henry Newhall gives a large part
of hia time and abilities to the manage
ment of this superb property.
Long live and thrive Newhall, for it
is in Los Angelea county, and this v the
couuty we have east our lot with.
Mr. and Mrs. Knickerbocker were
very attentive to the pilgrim strangers.
Mr. Boynton just said this was a
raquette given by Mr. 0. N. Kent in
reply to a presentation of one of the
Dollars of our Daddies proffered him by
a satisfied guest.
Tha dance was kept up until daylight,
and th* San Fernando people went
home on the train in the morning—ex
cept— Veto.
September Utb, 1883.
To day's exercises will include both
morning, afternoon and evening, and
will prove to be of great interest.
~ The' Lo* Angeles Daily Herald, the
representative journal of Southern Cali
fornia, will hereafter be delivered to aw 6
seribers at ffUen cents a .(■*■< 1. *eventy
cents a month, and seven dollar* a year
to subscribers by mail.
Resolution
Oi intention to improve and grade Gar
cia street between Sainsevain street
and Aliso street.
Be it resolved by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Los Angelea:
Section I. That it is the intention of
the Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles to cause to bo improved
and graded, at the exponso of tho prop
erty owners, Garcia street, between
Sitiusevain street and Aliso street, in the
following manner:
The road-bod shall bo graded and
covered with eight inches of gravel,
raked free of coarse stones of more than
two inches in diameter, and it shall be
made to conform to the established
grade at the center of the street, with
the proper slopo toward tho curb.
Resolution
Ordering the lsylng out snd construc
tion of a brsnch public Sewer to be
known as the Seventh Street Sewer,
No. .1.
Be it resolved by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Los Angeles:
Section 1. Thot there be and heieby
is ordered to Iw laid out and constructed
n branch public sewer, which is to be a
publio eewerof tho city of Los Angeles, to
be known aud designated as the Seventh
street Sewer No. 3, at the expense of tie
properly owners within the district of
land described iv Section •_• of Ibis reso
lution, along und over the following de
scribed route, to wit:
Commencing at thi' point of intersec
tion of tho center line of Seventh and
Pearl streets and runuing thence along
the center line of Seventh street easterly
2010 feet to the point of intersection of
tho center line of Seventh street with a
line drawn through Hill street parallel
to and ten feet easterly from the oenter
lino of Hill street, at which point con
nection shall be made with thu Hill and
Seventh streets sewer. That the snid
sewer shall bo oonstiucted of either ce
ment pipe or of glazed burnt clay pipe or
ol* brick, and that tho clear inner diame
ter of soi<l sewer shall be ten inohes, aud
that saitl sower shall be constructed in
accordance with tho plana and specifica
tions in ihe office of the City Surveyor
the city of Los Angeles.
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries
of the distriot of land to be affected or
benefitted by said work or improvement
and to be assessed to pay the costs and
expenses thereof, areas follows:
Commencing ut a point on the eastern
boundary of Pearl street 50 feet south
erly from the southeast corner of Pearl
sud Seventh streets, aud runnirg from
said initial point along a lino purallel to
the center line of Seventh street easterly
1805 feet to a point; thence on a line
rectangular to the center line of Seventh
•treet northerly 100 feot to a point;
thence on a line parallel to the ceuter
line of Seventh street westerly 1805 feet
to the eastern boundary of Pearl street;
thence southorly 160 feet to the point of
beginning.
Section 3. The Clerk of the Council
shall certify to the passage of this resolu
tion and cause the same to be published
once in the Los Angeles Daily Hekald, a
newspaper published in the city of Los
Angeles, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in foroe.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
resolution was sdoptcil by the Counoil of
the city of Los Angeles at its meeting of
Sept. Sth, A. D. 188.1.
W. VV. Kobinso.n,
Clerk of tho Conned of the city of Los
Angeles.
Approved this Hth day of Sept., A.
D. 1883. C. K. Tbom,
It Mayor.
After being graveled it shall be thor
oughly wet and then rolled. The curb
shall be of redwood, 3x12 inches, placed
with the upper edge to the established
grade ami spiked to posts of redwood
4x4 inches, throo feet long, set the
ground full length below the top of the
curb, and inside of tlic same, and not
more than four feet apart, and one to
each joint of the curbing. Tbo side
walks shall be eight feet wide, graded
and covered with three inches of fine
gravel, smoothly laid and raked free
from coarse stoneß of more than one
inch in diameter. The slopo of the
sidewalk Bhall be three inches towards
the curb.
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries
of the district of land to bo affected or
benefitted by said work or improvement
and to be assessed to pay tbecostsaudex
penses thereof are as follows:
Commencinc at the N, E. corner of
Aliso street and Garcia street, and run
ning thence along the south boundary
of Aliso street easterly 50 feet to a
point; theuce on a line parallel to the
center line of Garcia streot southerly
200 feet to the north boundary of Sainse
vain street; theuce along the north
boundary of Sainsuvain street westerly
150 feet to a point; thence on a line
parallel to the center line of Garcia
street northerly 200 feet to the south
boundary of Aliso street; thence east
erly 100 feet to the point of beginning.
Section 3. The Clerk of the Council
shall certify to tho passage of this re
solution and shall causo the same to be
published onco in the Los Angelea Daily
Herall>, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and bo in force.
I hereby certify that tho foregoing
resolution was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angelee, at its meet
ing of September Btb, A. D. 1883.
W. \V. Robinson,
Clerk of the Council of the City of
Los Angeles.
Approved this Uth day of September,
A. L\ ISB3. C. E. Thorn,
It Mayor.
Of intention to improve and grade Sev
enth street, between Pearl street and
Main street.
Be it resolved by the Mayor and
Council of tho city of Los Angeles:
Section 1. That it is the intention of
the Mayor and Council of the City of
Jam Angeles to cause to be improved
and graded, at the expense of the prop
erty owners, Seventh street, between
Pearl street and Main street, in the fol
lowing manner:
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
H H Gilt, Dr mini; C Clopman, W, Pi Co
II It Ablla, Compton J Johnston, Pomona
U Howard. El Monte W R Wiggins, H Bdno
FKCorndulT.SF X Brought fm, Pico Con
J W Wheelerawf, Wash J Brown, Jr.atwf.S Bdno
Miss O Kenney, do Miss E Brown, do
J W White, Lyon, Kans A Pet*ch, CucatnonKs
Wm Vail. HP 1 Titus, Yuma
PICO HOUSE
F Stanford, AT Mrs n X Bencblev, S F
CSsalne, NY KKBonohley4w.Sß.lno
A Neebit A wf. N M«s GenShonuan.Wasliinigtn
Mrs Benson a dtr, A T Col Dods-e, USA
C Wise, 8 F Justice Orsy, tl S Su
J H Bennington, do premeCourt
J Whitehall, N V City Oen Tidb.ll, USA
F. Judson 4wf, Yuma (Jen Bouton, city
ti E Cunningham, Ohio Mrs Bouton, do
A Schwelnburg, NY Cti'Mle. 8 Binford, do
W Matter, England Dr J 8 Griffin, do
A C Johnson, Madera J D Lynch. do
W T Hope, Tennessee A J Viele * wt. 8 F
Mrs X Lufkin, N V Its Kofl, do
ST. CHARLES.
L Jsckson, Sta Barbara J A Crawfurd, Downey
F T Oinger, Ban Bdno J H Franklin, Spadra
Mrs L Palmer, San Buis T Brown, Azusa
Obispo E M Haskell, do
J MncDonsld San Diego l> Cummlngs, do
D Oilger a fsm. do J Wilson at wf. Pa
H Meyers a wf.Tmbstne D B Milikin, OakUnd
R Velar, Pomona
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
C D Barnctt, Leesburg P Donahue, Spadra
X McClurc. San Fade J Bassett, Chino
R 0 Taylor, Pasadena H S Maladen. Norw.ik
C R Schenck, A 1 Lalson, Newhall
F M Stewart, Boston M Henderson, do
N A Young, Sta Ana 0 Backus, Riverside
J C Gregory, Newhall A Workman, Sen Fndo
P A Frootman. do A Van Pelt, Michigan
Thos Rose, J A Hoose,
G Glenn,Fraaier Mine J P Jones. Santa Ana
BCreighton, Arizona F Lynch, El Monte
J Morrison, Ssn Gab C D Lewis, do
W Potter, do W Knights. Venture
The road-bed shall be graded and cov
ered with eight inches of gravel, raked
free of coarse stones, of more than two
inches in diameter, and it shall be made
to uonform to the established grade
at the center of the street with the prop
er slope towards the curb. After be
ing graveled it shall be thoroughly wet
and then rolled.
The curb shall be of redwood, 3x12
inches, placed with the upper edge to
the established grade, and spiked to
posts of redwood 4x4 inches, three feet
long, set into the ground full length be*
low the top of the curb and inside of
the same, and uot more than four feet
apart and one to each joint of the curb
ing. ..The side-walks shall be 10 feet
wide, graded and covered with thiee
inches of tine gravel smoothly laid and
raked free of coarse stones of more than
one inch in diameter. The slope of the
side-walk shall be three inches towards
the curb.
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries
of the district of land to be affected or
benefited by said work or improvement,
and to be assessed to pay the costs and
expenses thereof, are as follows:
Commencing at a point on the eastern
boundary of Pearl street 50 feet south
erly from the S. E. corner of Pearl and
Seventh streets, and running thence on
a line drawn parallel to tho center tins
of Seventh street easterly 2340 feet to
the west boundary of Main street;
thence along west boundary of Main
street northerly 161 feet to a point; theuce
ou a line parallel to the center line of
Seventh street westerly 2342 feet to the
east boundary of Pearl street; theuce
southerly 160 feet to the point of begin
ning.
PROPERTY TRANSFERS.

REPORTED BT GILLETTE. GIBSON A, WOOD,
EXAMINERS OF TITLES.
CONVEYANCES-—SEPTEMBER 11, 1883.
James O Bower to Azuaa Water Development
and Irrigation Company-Right of wav fur mm h
over N , ef N i sac 26, T 1 N, R 10 W; #10.
Wm A Spalding tstl Hurlburt-Lot a, Wit 19
East Los Angeles; 8700.
William A Field to Otis S Johnson—Lot SW
corner Tenth and Pearl streets; $3800.
Thos R Curtis to Philip 81ind—39.79 seres in E
& BSC 18, T1 S, R 11 W; 84900.
Pomona Land and Water Co. to Josiah H Hol
ley—Agreement to convey lots 8, 4 and 5 blk 31
Pomona—} cash, 1 Dec S, I*BB, and i Dec 2, is*4,
8 per cent per annum; 8225.
Joalah M Holley and Hattie F Hoiley to Mary
E Mills—Assignment of foregoing agreement;
Victor Beaudry to J Birnbaum -Lota 7 and 8,
blk z, Park tract; B*loo.
Juau Jose Trejo lo James H W Fatttson—Lot
18, blk V, Aliso tract; $800.
Henry W Lawrence to Kildorf Alaiind—SE lof
NE i sec 11, T 5 S, R 11 W; 8&.
Charlotte E Wright to Alfred A Proctor--N 4
lot 2, range 5, Temple and Otbson tract; BXOOO.
W O Kerckhoff, Jaaaaa Cusner and Oeorge
Km.lt hoi to I X Howeer-Lot 15, Kerckhoff
Cusnsr * Co, tract; 8150.
Carrie L Field to II PWillard-E part of lot
15, Binning tract; 8350.
Chas.lt Springer to Cyrus Wiliard and Sullvan
S Wiliard ■ Lota 7 and A. Binning tract: 81000.
Andrunico E Nepulveda to Aliiaon Barlow -
Lot NE corner Virgin snd Buena Vista streets;
85000.
L' S A to Robert O MoClure-W } of NW J NE 1
of NW i, and N W tof XE | sec 38, T 2 S, R 14
W; Patent.
Hancock M Johnston to Mary E Johnston—
Property described in deeds, blk 47 P 102 and blk
89, V 471.
Tomas Alvarado to H li A bila -30.43 acres in
KoTajanta; 11.
Victor Beaudry to John T Giles--Lots 16 and
lfl, Rosas tract; 8360.
Jesup W Scott and Mary M, his wife, to Thos
H Elliott-Lots 00 to 74, and lots 126 to 133,
Central Addition to Santa Monica; 81.
Wm A Spaulding to Lucie Guyaa -Lot 4 and E
4 lot 5, blk 19, East Los Angela*: 8750.
W J Brodriek to James Fuitm -SW i sec 9, T
1 S, R 10 W; 8860.
Estate of James Reed, dee d to W J Brodriek—
Same as last foregoing 8880.
C N Earl to D M Hamilton -1 acre in City E
aide of Arroyo fteeo; 81
Andrew Olassall to Mrs Ida Summons-Lot 18,
blk 14 tn lot 8, blk 1, Hancock a survey; #500.
Victor Beaudry to Joseph Atkinson -Lot 8.
blk I, Park tract; $600.
Ida May Foster (formerly Ida Sinun-j.it) to Mrs
Nettie Shoemaker Lot 10. blk siu lot 9, blk 38,
Hancock's survey; 8300.
Ralph Rogers to A Ulassell -Lot % blk 9,
Ralph Rogera and Edward M Lovicke to A
Olasssll-Lots 19 aud ii, blk 8, Chaves tract;
8600.
D X Roughtelin to Paul H Leminert—Lot E
side Figusroa street. 18809.
Alwlida A Dodsworth and Metculf Dodsvrorth
to William Novate-Lots 4,6 and 0, Palmer s
subdivision of blk 9| Eait Loa Angeles, $1060.
Elisabeth 0 Brldsnsteiu ami David, her hus
band, to C Pinkham -Lot 5, Mueller's subdivis
loa of Nt blk :W. Grd's survey; 88500.
Pauline Henrietta Leminert to Dorr X Hough
telin -Lota 18 ank 19, Ballestero s track; 88500.
George Kerckhoff to J J Bui ll*—Lota 1, 2, 3
aad 4, SU Habne tract, Ro San Rafael; 86571.75.
C F Mauaur and C W Wilcox, assignees of B F
Seibart to M V B Lovering-51.39 acres iv see ft,
T 4 S, It 10 W; $65u0.
SecTios 3. The Clerk of the Council
shall certify to the passage of this reso
lution aud cause the same to be pub
lished oneo in ths Los Angeles Daily
Herald, and thereupon and thereafter
it shall take effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
resolution ass sdopted by the Council
of the city of Los Angeles at its meeting
of September Bth, A. D. 1883.
W. W. Robin-son,
Clerk of the Council of the city ot Los
Angeles.
Approved this 11th day of -September,
A. D, 1883. C. E. Thorn,
It Mayor.
Call at C. F. Heinzeman's Drug Store
for Wests Nsrve snd Brain Treatment,
You Bnlow'a German Dyspasia Cure, sad
Slaven's California Fruit Salt; tbe only
agent in Los Angeles oounty.
For health, strength and vigor drink
Daiuiana Bitters. ]*n« ly
The Mexican remedy for diseases of
the kidneys and bladder is Damiana Bit
ters.
Ttie price* of ths City Hack Co. ars
lower than others.
Ttie largest stock of drugs, medicines,
perfumeries and toilet articles in Sou tli
mn California, at C. F. Heinxeman s.
Hacks and carnages, day or night at
City Hack Co.'s office. Telephone No.
153. Othce, Grand Central Hotel.
Dam'ana makes the old young and the j
weak strong and healthy. M.Levy, A Co.,
wholesale liquor dealere,*agent*.
J. A. Valder can be found at the Loa
Augeles Picture aad Art Store, No. 114
Nadeau Block, where he has the largest
stock of pictures, frames and artists'
materials south of San Francisco, an 14.
By sending telephone to No. 153 yon
can secure a hack m ten minutes.
If yon want a clean anil good meal, go
to the California Restaurant, No. 35 N.
Main atreet. aepll Iw
AU who wuh to get line fresh butter,
cheeae, bacon, poultry. etc., ehould go
to A. V. Ferinoni'a, No. i£3 North Loa
Angelea atreet.
Treed by a Grizzly.
On Monday last, our well and favora
bly known friend, Mr. G. Washington
Bluffer, while sngling for specklsd beau
ties in San Antonio Cation, was fright
ened beyond recognition by his most
intimate friends, by the sudden appear
ance of a monster grizzly bear, which
made straight at him, and showed every
evidence of a longing for a Canibsi
feast. Bruin did not manifest the slight
est inclination to spare our friend, even
after George had trier! to bluff her,
rßluffer], by various gesticulations and
yells, calculated to rob her bearship of
her fondness for gentlemen out of town.
All attempts to frighten the brute away
proved vain, and every moment brought
her nearer, and showed the long, wbite
fangs and murderous claws, that would
speedily convert Washington into ash
bait, assorted sizes, unless he found
some means of immediate escape, which
fortunately stood near him in the form
of a tree, up which he climbed in less
time than it woulo require to see that he
waa the worst scared man in Cal. He
realized tbat unless he succeeded in kill
ing or blinding the bear with bis six
shooter, the small tree tl. supported
him, would soon be torn, from tha
ground. After shooting li times with
out effect, ho steadied h • nerves with a
fow whifff from a Taw lis Punch sc.
cigar, with which hu was plentifully
supplied by Ball,.it tin- P. O. <; gar Store,
and killed his persecutor with his last
cartridge. jy3l*tf.
Wellington Coal.
Attention of the con: miners, of coel la
called to the particulai ly excellent qoal
ities of this coal for eitl r ■team, heat
ing, or spoking purposes One ton of it
ia fully equal to three eonh uf wood. As
a household coal for cooking or heating
purposes it has no equal, selling for sev
eral dollars more per ton in the San
Francisco market than any other coal
imported for this particular use. This
coal is for sale by all coal and wood
yards.
The undersigned is prepared to sell
Wellington coal in carload lots of tea
tons and upwards, from hia ■ o*l bunkers
or ships whon discharging, at Wilming
ton, delivered any where along the line
of the S. P. R. R.
Walter S. Maxwell,
Importer and Wholesale Dewier, 10Court
street. Telephone No. 33. 3m jnl9
Reduced Pricee,
The City Hack and Carriage Compa
ny, office Grand Central Hotel, Tele
phone 153, has reduced prices as follows:
Landaus, Barouches and Rocks ways.
In City, one hour 82.00
In City, several hours, per hour.. 1.00
*One passenger to or from depot.. SO
* 1 load passengers to or from depot 1.00
Carriage with driver to 3an Ga
briel and Pasadena 6.00
Carriage and driver to Sonny
Slope and Baldwin's 8,00
Carriage and driver to Sierra
Madre Villa 10.00
Special rates where two carriages are
employed.
Special rates for funerals.
Very liberal rates to ladies wishing
carriages for calls.
This applies where distance does not
sxceed \\ miles.
Please report an ungentlemanly driver.
All drivers wear badges on hat.
City Hack and Carriage Co.
Geo. O. Ford, Manager.
Plumbing and Gas FtttJrur
S. M. Perry, No. 25 South Main
street, informs tbe citizens of Los An
geles that bs is prepared to do all kinds
of plumbing, metal roofing, etc., at
short notice. Country orders promptly
attended to. Sanitary plumbing a spe
cialty. Telephone No. 84. sep4 In
Latest News Despatches.
What despatch? Why, in regard to
Peter Ring. He has been captured and
installed regularly in the International
Saloon, corner of Commercial and Los
Angeles streets, where he is serving
Lamp's celebrated St. Louis \&;»- beer
at five cents a glass, and the choicest of
sandwiches of all kinds, that will tempt
even an epicure. Peter is always on
deck, I tell you. ag7-lm
Removal.
MacMillan k Co. have removed to one
of the fine stores on First street, Nadeau
Block. Their store will be lit by elec
tric light, which will enable gentlemen
to select at night as well as day.
sep3-tf
Resolution
In a population of 1,300,000 New York
City has 61,062 real estate owners, It
further appears that while the tl -Lite
annually increases in value IHe > wj uers
become fewer.
Decorations and wall papers, the finest
and latest, and the greatest variety, a*
Raphael Bros., Ul Main s res*.
If you wish a fine hack r >r carriage
send to the City Hack Co.'s oiOce, Grant*
Central Hotel. Telephone No 153.
Mrs. F. A. Logan, Magnetic Heals*,
is eminently successful in ri -v ma titan,
neuralgia, weak lungs, c No. 17
North Main street. jy 10, l m.
The First Street Coffee H< so, 22 and
24 First street, makes a special y or fine
steaks and delicious coffee. Private
rooms for ladies. Open night and day.
At the Eintracht Saloon, on Spring
street, near the Herald office, ice-cold
lager, from the celebrated Anheuser-
Busch Brewery, of St. Louis, is kept
constantly on draft, car-loads arrivinsr
weekly. The finest brands of liquors
and cigars a specialty. Lunches served
to order. *
If you want a good-titling truss call
at C. ,F. Heiuseman s Drug btore, 129
Main street, who keeps th* largest as
sortment of trusses on hand , v Southern
California,
FOR RENT
U N FURNISHED.
An elegant mansion, at present occupied sa a
private boarding house of established reputation.
House contains lo rooms, bath rocn, servants'
rooms and all conveniences. Attractively located
iv the best part of Spring street Tar particular*
and cards to view, apply to
O. A. DOBI>»O.V,
10 Commercial Street, 3 doors from Main St.
sstlw
"~OTTTc3oorasr~
I will be at say office from 9 a. m. to 13 ft, aad
rom I to 4 r. a. dally, Sundays excepted.
E. H. BOYD,
JjlStf Superintendent of Street*.
COMMON SENSE REASONS
—roB UMNO—
Yon Billow's
GERMAN
DYSPEPSIA CURE I
L - It curua Indigestion and BUtousnsas.
1 -It keeps the bowels isajular aad restores tba
3. - It cleanse* and purifies Urn liver by ita direct
action upon it.
4. - It is agreeable so take, ami Ha essssmuoua
ssss gives vitality and strength to the stoaiach.
5. -It will nevor strain tha digestive organs its
action ia gentle, yet OSSrsain.
-j -The low price at which is is sold places it
within ths reach or all.
-AUK FOB IT AT—
C. r. HKHiXKH % w •* saurm* fttSl*.
ssasTtTj
CAJLiroBXIA lA»aX OFFIt K.
| 1Q LOS \ MiKLKS STREET, Cor- O
Hd ncr Commercial, advance* m.toey Q O
oa alt articles, aud also mahea a specialty « buy.
rag sad eel ling Jewelry, pistole, ear ~ at highs**
prices. Old gold and silver bought. febssf

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