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■DAILY rTERALL^
Brery Morning (except Mon<Uy>bv
I JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
H| mm rOB DAILY HERALD:
PSlwn, by mall ot exptran, - - - - 17.00
MmtC - 4.0*
■Viae monthe, «.«
■■■tHvared by earner, par weak. .... 15c
PICKING POCKETS.
tChlowo Heraki.]
"Mo, none of my boys ere in
Chicago," aaid an old farmer from
Waetern Illinois, just returning
from tbe Union Stock Yards,
where be bad sold three oars of
hogaof his own raising "No,
air, my boys are all at home The
three oldest are teaching school
winters and helping on tbe farm
summers. I've had all my boys
in tbe oity, though, and tbey
know what it is. I showed 'em
all around myself. I ain't one of
these kind that let boys go on
thinkin' a city ie tbe nicest plsoe
in the world, when it is just aa
eaay as nothin' to show 'em differ
ent. I bad my boys in some of
the saloons along on State street,
and on the West Side, to show
'em the poor fosters, some of
them evidently farmers' boys
some to town to get rich. We all
went op into the Public Library,
aa I wanted tbe boys to see the
poor ousses there finding a warm
place to sleep, until 10 o'clock,
anyhow. We was alao in some of
them diree along tbe lores, and I
tell you the boys was disgusted
with the dirt snd vulgarity. My
oldeet boy went into the wine
room to ace ths girls and come
out mad, sayin' tbey waa nothin'
but paint, powder and stuffin,'
and charged him $8 for one little
bottle of wins worth about 25
oents. I bad tha boya look in
the morning papere to see how
many situations there were vaoant
and how many more there were
wan tin places. When we started
for ths train next morning early
ws ssa a sign ont, 'Clerk wanted,'
and SO or 40 fellows standin'
around waitln' for the doors to
open. Ob, I tell you, tbe boye
haven't any love fur Chicago, and
they are stayin' home aod tendin'
to buaiuen Jsm.'it brta a aui*ll
farm of bis own, mid I'm goiu' iv
girt him half tb« iuuu<y fiuni
them hogs to furnish tbe bouse
with, 'cause he's to marry soon.
Robert, the next one, lias tbe
bast team in our oounty, aad the
handsomest gal. My boys have
eeen Chicago with their eyes
open, and are satisfied to stay at
home, behave themselves, and
take tbe old farm whea I get
through with it. I believe this
keeping the boys in iguoranoe of
wbat a great city really is, is
WrOO" an I .ir.
'hat a Detective Sara of the Art
snd lw VotarlM.
"Pickpockets are a class o
Ksvea who muat ba especially
ad for tha businees," laid •
lesgo detective to a Daily New*
iportar. "They go through a
iorss of instruction, aa a geaera
ling, and laaro it aa a ohild
awe to read. But no inatruotor
'ill aooapt aa • pupil any ona
ith abort, stumpy finger* I
quires tor pioklng pookati—jut
i it doe* for playing tha riolin—
lag, lean, flexible, and etao sen
lira Angara."
"Do 70a mean to aay that there
re regular instructor* in tbe art
' digital appropriation 7"
"Oh, yea, old experts have re.
need it to a aoienee. Some Of
lem, who are adraaced in yean
r otherwise incapacitated for
utive work on their own hook,
•toU all their time to in*truetinj
rievee and putting up jobe for
lent. It ia a peculiar profeaaion,
id raqairee peculiar talenta, aa
ell aa peculiar surroundings and
reunutaneee, to nuke it a auo
**. The piokpoeket out of a
rfr* city oaaee* to ba a great
tut, and in • poorer town or
llage would degenerate into a
era burglar, or even become
iweat aad proaperoua. Tha
iakpooket nn**r commits vio
nee, aa tba footpad, burglar or
motor doea. He perfurma hii
ork unoitentatioualy, unobtru
rely—l might aay delioately.
a ie a jadga of character, too.
io ia a aoit of detective in hia
«y, knowing at a glance tbe
md of a nan whoae watch ia
kely to be eolid and valuable,
nd not belonging to th* order of
aah jewelry. | Ling experience
aa made him about aa good a
idga of the value of thing* a* a
weier or a pawnbroker. There
1 a daily dinger in hia mode of
fa which, no doubt, baa *t
raot'ooa for tha edventuroue.
Ia goes forth with hie liberty in
lis band. He livee in tbe faoe of
hunger. Ha sees friende and
lompaniona struck off the roll of
[eutlemen at large. He know*
lot when bia own day of doom
nay arrive."
"Doaa hia buainea* pay, geu.
mil* (peeking?"
"Hardly. That ie to *ay there
ire vary few rich thieve* of thie
laacription. They are nearly all
paupers, or ia their boots;
■any of than at tha band* of
.heir comrade*. Fear and guilt
are tba paaaiona tbat away them.
There ia no each thing as honor
among thieve*. Some have
amtaeerl wealth, bat to bow many
haa it been of uee?"
"Do profeeaional pickpocket*
operate singly or in gangs T"
"Some of them prefer to go-it
alone, but aa a general thing they
travel in organised mob* of three.
It take* three man to do a aafa
aad neat job, except in deaaa
crowd* where the nasal precau
tion* are aot necessary; bat then
theyVnaariv all work in gang*,
ta the parlance of the craft tbeae
three individuate are known re
apsetivsly as the 'wire,' tbe '*Uli'
aad the'oover ' Tbe'wire'ie the
pickpocket himself; tbs 'stsll
does duty by distracting tha
man* or womaa'a attention while
the operator* Angara are in the
pocket; the 'caver' place* himself
in position so tbat the mcvementa
of the 'wire' cannot be discovered
It is very often that the 'wire' i* a
boy while the other two are men.
For the mere buainea* of relieving
pockets of their contents bora are
the ablest adept*. Many a atreet
Arab baa been driven to the work
by want sad bad company at an
early age, becoming* profeeaional
laag before be ha* attained hi*
fall growth."
"I have beard,alao, tbat women
are smooth at ths business.'
"So thsy ars. They frequently
travel with male pale, and alway*
do tba delicate and ri*ky part of
tha work. Tpu seldom bear ol
ona being caught. Thi* i* not co
much owing to their luperior
cunning as to the tact tbat they are
carefully covered and protected
by their male confrere*. I have
noticed that if a female pickpocket
ttavela alone ehe preya upon ber
own eat almost exclusively.
When pickpocket* are working in
aerowd, aa I said before, they go
ia gangs. Tbe chief manipulator
S. ahead. He eeleeta a victim,
a* 1 hia pocket to ace il there ie
■thing in it, then slip* his hand
t tily into it and taiaa out tbe
Ip or roll of mosey, which he
p. a back to one of hi* com.
red**V Sometimee it change*
hands Sire* or four timee in aa
many enoouds and even if tba
operator is nabbed immediately
alter the work i* done, nothing
is found upon him to oonviot him
of hia guilt"
"What do you mean by 'fan
ning' a man* pocket?"
"That i* simply the alang for
feeling it in a light, eautiou*
manner, which is learned by
training. A sb*rp thief neve
aula his hand into a man'■ pocke
at random, but goee through th
•fanning' prooes* *t first, and then
locate* tbe object he desire* t
Dr. H M< Donald, of Hau Krancinoo,
sod the Proliibition caaduiate for Gover
nor at tbe last Stat* election, lately
mad* * violent onslaught upon the wine
producer, of California, declaring tbat
none bul table and raiein grapes ehonld
be cultivated by onr vineyerdiata. His
remarks have attracted tbe attention of
many interested in grape culture and
wine making on tbe ooaat. A reporter
of tb* Daily Report interviewed A road
Hsrsextby, of Sonoma oounty, * lew
day* ago, ia order to get bis view* upon
th* eobject. Tbat gentlemen furnished
th* following figures, which wa
are inclined to think wilt canae Mr. Me
Donald to put on bis thiaking cap, and
give the matter a little thought from a
broader and more liberal standpoint:
"There are now between 120,1100 and
11*3,000 acrea in California iv vine*, aud
of thie amount not more than 1000 *ere.
Is planted with ibe varieiie. ef
neoeaaary for raiein-making. The pro
dace) of this 1000 acre., aome of which ia
not yet in full bearing, is made into
raining, and already difficulty ia found in
disponing of the crop. Ten thousand
seres ao planted, allowing for the pr<>
dooo of Ibe raisin vineajarda in otber
countries, would more than supply the
civilised world with fruit. Therefore,
if Or. McDonald's scheme ot ruling
nothing bat table and rai in grap • **fs
carried out, about 125,000 acres would
have to ba destroyed. There i» now
over §40,000,000 invested in this indneirv
whioh woold be entirely loat should
snob a change be made. But wen. it
possible, which it le not, to sell or gel
nd of the p o.luct ol tbe outre area
of vineyard land, were lb- pn per
aort of grape, grafted un tlie via-ek,
it would lake leu year, before tbe oe.
wonld com* into bearing, and WttajM re
quire all the grafters in tbe world to do
th* work. What then is to Income of
those who make their living off the vine
yards in the meantime? Consider that
there are 15,000 voters who gain their
living directly or indirectly from tbe
wine trade. Theee men would be en
tirely ruined by Dr. McDonald's schetnr.
Before raisins grown bere can compete
with those cared in Spam, tbe
Doctor's "thousand" and thous
anda of white men and their
families" mast be eon tent to work lev
from thirty to forty cents a day, the
wages paid in Malaga. With regard to
his stalement abont tbe inoiw>)K.ly of
wine and brandy makers, t ,er* is oo
each thing. Those who make bid win*
and can't sell it complain of the monop
oly of tbe dealers, b>it those who made
good wine have no difficulty iv die|»e
ing of it Ui tbe titst buyer who comes
along. But little of the wive crop will
be eonaamed here; it will lm ex
ported end bring wealth and prosper
ity into the Slate. Iv my opinion it is
not wis* or brandy we have to f»r here,
bat tee, coffee and opium. I would
venture to propose tbat aa tb* viae* are
all well rueted and thriving, tbat in
atead of removing them, Dr. McDonald
, and his following bo removed to some
other part of the United States where
the foaling and interests of tlic_ inhubi
', tente wonld be more congenial."
Tht wheali ol Time turn with an M>
tot regular;, aad although thia ia Leap
IT ear, every month, on Ibe eeeonil Tuea
lay thereof, iv the city ol New Orleani,
a the State o< Louiiiana, tho (Irand
Monthly Drawing »( the 1. mitiana State
Lottery takes place in due lorm, with all
taenia lor lha integrity of tho net end i'»
turroundinge that cau ba tenured by the
high moral oharaoter ot Gen'la 11- T.
Beauregard, of La., end Julial A. Karly,
nf Va. The lMth Drawing takee pieae
on Tueeday, March Uth, 1884, wben
1265,000 will be acattered broadrait,
abont which M. A. Danpbin, of New
Or learn, La., will tell yuu all about on
application.
Twentj tii degreee below tm al
Tnte.ee Friday morning, and It ProHW
ere*., tit milee (mm Truck.., lha mar.
emry wnefreee..
DAILY HERALD-Supplement.
LUMBKK YARDS.
KERCKNOFF-CUZNER MILL AND
LUMBER COMPANY.
COR. NUT A AL AMEBA STS.,
DEALERS IN ALL KIHM OK
LUMBER
a rip—
BUILDING MATERIAL,
OREGON PINE, REDWOOD, SUGAR PINE,
CEDAR, »nd all kind, ol Eastern HARDWOODS.
Doom, Saab. Blinds, Lima, Plaater and Cement.
Wa mike a specialty of Kaatara Hardwood.,
such m Walnut, Oak, AOi, Hickory and Poplar,
and carry a larga atock. We alao carry Parquet
Flooring made Irani fancy Hardwood, to which
we iorlte the attention ol builder*. decfll!
jT~M. GRIFFITH & CO.,
Lumber Dealers,
Manufacturers of Doors,
WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Stain, Stair Rail, Balrasters, Newell Poeta and
Mill Work ol ivery description, and declare In
Lime, Platter, Hair, etc.
No. 58* North Alameda Street.
i^Y~ii^T&oo.'s
LUMBER YARDS
AND PLANING MILLS,
NO. TS OOMMRROIAL STRKBT.
eartoti
BANKING HOUSES
Oao. H. Bonauu, Jon* Bareox, »«..
IWt. Tles-Pres't,
REPORT OF THE
Los Angeles National Bank
At the Oloee ot Business,
JAWT SIX, 1884.
REe'I'IICKS
1..;.,.. Mci M iileejsti. eie.,&>7.87
I. «. Hond. »>»l 00
PKtures and t>.|>riT»ee s.lus .l
(.ash In bankHHiid with
U. S. Trea.ur.r 6180,3*1 *i
Cath on hand M,1!7.M lS»,«*7.at
Total *40V.44.'J0
LIABILITIES.
Capital #100.000.00
Olreulaton 45,000 00
Intereet 1,«70.<H
Deposit. tte-.t7a.t7
Total _ 5405.544.i0
r. 0. HOWES, Caehler.
aeTf'omirieaoed bueineee June IS, IB3S.
DIRECTORS:
Da. W. v. Onoaaaa, 001. H. U aUasx.a.
PeajtT M. Oaaaa, Jose Bavsos, Sr.
Da H xneaßacea. f. O. Howee.
Oao. H. Bosssa.se. JanSl
A. PEABL.EY,
DEALER IN
ft.TCHfN AM NOSSIMOtO WARM,
Tinning and Henltary I'lumbirej, Oeneral Job
bias aa* repairing. No. Sit North Mela .treat,
Ptee Hoeee Mock. nor 7 tf
SBBSOVIOH. GRAY vt CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IN
Green and Dried Fruit.
Bavin*/, or sailing on fVunmisston Oranft-s, Limes,
L*nMtis, nuts, *'o. Address
P. O. Box 1567, Lei Angelea. or
P. O box ISM, Han PreUlHtwo, L^llfornks,
Have on hand for shipment at preeent over
SOU car* of cboicj oranges, either of Lua An
gelas. Riverside. Santa Aua or San Gabriel.
OIVK US A Till AL. de*7 3m
The FamoM Home Decoratire Art,
Bar botine Ware.
Modeling oi flower*, taught bjr Mies M J.
Clothier, ol the Rofal Art Srtiool. l..>nd»r.. Pltf
lantl.
Hindis K*->m JH ffchnraacher Mock, opposite
Poet .IW. fehlOlm
Oao. 8. Sarrota. Wm. Cxt v.11.1
BILLS & CO.,
t.KVKit ti. Forwarders,
Oflee, No. 9 Market street.
Opposite Court Hou«
Sensible Old Man
Business Propositions.
Bolters, Hefes, Ptsnos, rarnttars, etc.. Handled
• :th Cere
piMfM tmrrnvn.
Executor's ttale of Baal E»t»te
In the Supettor Court, County of Loe
Angelee, State of California.
In tha matter of ths Estate of Anne Patterson,
deoaeesri
Noses la herebr giren that in pursaanes ol aa
order cl the superior Court ot the oounty of Loe
Angelei, State of Oalitoriiie. made on the 1 1th
day of retiree.r, Mt to the ssatte.- of the as.
tats of Anne Patterson, daeeesed, tha undcr
rlgaed Executor of eahl deceased, will
sail at private sale, to the high st
bidder. for cash 10 gold coin of the
United states and subject to confirmation hy
ssid Superler Oteal, on or after Thursday.
Tba JJ'th day of February, 1(184.
All the right, title, interest snd eatate of UT
■aid Anne Patisreon, deceased, st Ihe time at
her death, snd all the right, Mile sod le.
wrest that the said setate haa by ope.
reuoo at law cc other else eoiiulred,
other thee or ia addition to that J the
said deceased st tho time of her death la and to
sll that certain lot ot land lying and being in ths
c ty of Los Angelas, county of Los Angel.-.. State
of California, and particularly dsserthed a- fol
lows, to wit:
LoteOns(l), Twa(»)aad Serse (T) In Block
rive (1) of East Los Angeles, a. c rdlng fa the
urvey thereof maws by rrank Lecouvrsuc In
leceniber, 'STa.
T.-rms aad sonditions of sale:-Cash le gold
oln, upon confirmation by ths Court. Bids or
state may he made at any time after tne Erst
nihil ation of this notice slid before the Ruhing
>f ths sale. . . „
All bids or oS r> must be in wilting aad Uft
it the am.-c of Bieknell * White. Boom 11 T. m
dc Block. In said city ami osaatt, or delivered
ensonallr to the underslsjTteo.
1.0. BA.INOS.
ahlttl. Eeaesutor el said Estate.
Railroad Ticket and Employment
Ofice.
BUREAU ol IBIUeUIATIOll: nsale help Ice.
Keel Estate Broker : houses and loss sold on la
stsllinents: houses snd rooms, furnished er nn
furnished, essnrad. at NrTTIBOEII
lit Motrth Main Streat. near Plree St
TalsphensMO. 11* sspU«»
Again! and Again!
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 21. 1884.
NEW ADVKRTISKMKNTJS.
Electrical Treatment of Wines and Spirits,
At the Electrical Work*, in Lo- Angeles, i'ni.
Having perfected the new process for the treatment
of Wines, Spirits, Fermented or Malt Liquors by electric
ity, by which the fusil oil, Hydrocyanic acid, poisonous
ethers and other deleterious organic matter is eliminated,
and at the same time imparts a mellow age tp the prod
acts of the wine grape, wo are prepared to handle the same
on a large scale and on the most reasonable terms. By
this scientific treatment of new wines they are at once fit
ted for market at the same price they are at an age of 12
years by the old treatment of racking off and expensive
methods of rehandling them, and at the same time an im
mense saving to the producer. By this process, also, there
is no waste by Evaporation and turning into vinegar by
neglect or delay, as the treatment entirely removes all or
ganic matter that produces fermentation, without deetroy
iagthe bouquet, and leaves them perfectly pure and fit for
use in 24 hours after coming from the winery. Oall at our
works and be convinced, or send for circulars.
A. C. TICHENOR,
Manager Los Angeles Electric Liquor Co. and Patentee.
No. 253, Arcadia Block, Los Angelas Street, Los Angeles, Gal.
JaiaiSiii
H. SLOTTERBECK,
Sportsmen's Headquarters, Temple Block,
Opposite United State* Hotel.
Dteder In all English and American Latest
.n. proved Treble We-ltfe Vm** ft Hammer..*- B *asd^^^
BREECH-LOADINC SHOTCUNS. tt\\\ H-tt^hk^L
i::i'l.Ksfl HsWaea sawsW
RJkht
~iUM
awS^eesaammß
worK in
iug for Itself ami leuvii," need "Aw iTSCmwI
THERE IS NO PLACE LIRE THE
SIERRA MADRE VILLA
Por Comfort, a Pleasant Home, ttoad living, i'nre Air and SnerMiug Mountain Water. The tM%y
of the Villa, with Its accommodation for one hnndn-J -i, world wine. mtnaied on The
mountain side, 1800 feet above the aes. in the midst of an
ORANGE ORCHARD,
And overlooking the Blie San Gabriel Valley, war. t*» NMaa cl rooms, containing all mmlern MB
vanleixtje with large, etpat-iooi veranda*, a (•(■airtiful lav*ti had the tuoirt genial t-limnTe untU'r
ABOVE THE SEA FOGS.
Tbs Villa i, distant from Los Angeles thirteen wiles. Trains leave dally for San Gabriel station
at B*oa. «. and t:SO r. a. VTHa etaga nwet. ad trains PARK SO CBraTtl. For lutther
laforeattfcm Innuirs by meil to San Oabriel t. lephone direct to the Villa to
W. P. RHOADBS. Hansser Wit. COGSWELL, Propriator See)
Grand Opportunity!
Finest Quality of Grain, Vine & Fruit Land!
PUIwCHASKRSdeairoa* of small farm* an 1 orchard land* are notified that the undersign."d In
surrdividtMl Usat rich and Iteautifal tract of land at Banta Monica known as the Lucas Ranch, and
le prepared to aell the aame In small tracts at th*j lew pricee of SSI* to »75 per mere. Tn ■ noil
is sevmiy 1 Mm, very rioh, and with proprr tultivati >n never fails to produce a flood crop of barley,
wheat ar corn, and can be relied up.n to nroduie a volunteer crop of barley or wheat every other
year; in fact the feurth aueeewiv* volunteer crop of barley hae been harv«»ted with a fair > it-Id.
At prsasnt about one-half haa a good stand of volunteer barley.
The land is well adapted to the growth of all deciduous fruits; the natural moisture of the soil
fed rig ample for their growth and production. Water in abundance at depth of from $> to ".«) feet.
Tbe view Is delightful, with ocean immediately in front, SanU Monica and (Mountains lo tbe right,
Ballon* and lakes to tha left, an 1 plains nnd mountain* in the back-ground.
Apply to J. H. LUCAS, 86 and 87 Temple Block, Lou Angeles. jaulTtf
SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS
WM. LIEVER, No. 18 Commsrcial Street,
nKAt.KR IK aST *»_v KXI'X.BS
RiFiso .^.^ <fjß alß«tarmw« M,T ° l *
mmi' ' ">« ssssiii*
AND PISTSLSi I brated
Ki.l.i«K OunaWAWAw*"laT*^^^r^^^^^^^SnmW
Material nf Kvery SWW Wii.rhe.t.-, .nd
Eh«t. other linkers.
Mnialeand lireecu-I^MadineShonruns ef the most celebrated EtHrlish and Sswaal*a* makera Ref
pairiair and new work done and warranted to (rlvs satisfaction. novlSt
PAY A VISIT TO
The Solar Art Ballery.
Slow ROOMS-IB Pin* .treet.
OI'ERATINU QAM.EKV tv san Fernando it.
Smell pbotographa enlarged and lini.hed in
oH, efeyon or water colore.
ol 1 lm Y. 11. ROGERS * CO.
LEMP'S LAGER BEER
The Best Beer ie made be *). J, I.FHP. at St.
Lrroea Ceil and try it at
LEMP'S HtV.lt \V.t\x \,
S4 WORTH HA I \ NTH RET.
JanSllm
B. I. W ATKINS f. W avOOD
WATKINS & WOOD.
WMUtAtf AND SITAII DEALERS
- IS T
tMerniaWiues^firandißS.
JUi • ' to hirnUh KIRK Calu'..r..l.i wines
m**i brand.^
We are i-raetically in t1,.: '...mi... «.■
gaoed In niAkintr an t handlii „ California wines
ami brandies. Mr. Wat km- u-i»t> in; . im, oMI
ami lie. Wood >,x*rvtarv ot the it** ..asrm.li vi ikr
Co. Tats company aiwl the Ann ■»( B. Im».Yn a *
Co., of Anaheim snJ *•■» Kmi.otsoo, l.a.i; iriven
ua Urn handling of (heir huxingss in i--- Augelt**
county. We have the benutH nf th.*- larr*
cellars, aiMeCaat, furnish the aura artlot* right
from th* manufactory at a pftee m-H V» an low
aa ibe iTOOdloan b* IwAiiuisd it
Wa hates few pipe* of
rout m-t ... mm< \f*%
whl. h «• hold for I*l VIJIW and to ■■■««*
inlets promptly. ResJd.
Addrsan
Wankins & Wood,
SAN OABRIBU Cal
tVaphene to San Gabriel Win. Co. aal6 In
XKW. ADVERTISEMENTS.
R. W. PRIDHAM I^Q^WB^
Bookbinder V^^^^^l
PAPER RULER. V;
Blank Book Manufacturer.
Paper Boxes of till Sizes Manufactured to Order.
MACAZINEB, PERIODICALS, MUSIC ASD ILLSSTSATED WORKS BOUSD
AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
Norn. 40 and 24 North Spring Street, Opposite Franklin.
roayStf
Fredricksbiirg Brewing Co.,
Or SAN JOSK, now offer their
Genuine Salvator, Pitaener and Bavaria Lager Beer
By the Keg or Bottled far Expert.
It is without doubt the Best Real Lager Beer
In the Market.
Call for it and be convinced. To l»e hod pi over town. Our Export Beer In Dottle* far exceeds
•11 Eastern brands.
General Depot, 539 CALIFORNIA STREET.
BAN FRANCIBCO. -pis
Hole Agent for Ken Beer. • - JACOB CEBKJNH.
Sale Audits for Bottled Beer. JOE BAYEB s% CO.
BIG RANCH FOR SALE.
The SASiTTA YSABEI.
Ifi HAH lIIKf.O t'OI SITV,
Centaiulnz nearly IW.OOO ACReCM, is now offered for sale by the Executor, of the last will of
Oapt. A. H. Wiloox, deceased.
The Santa I sabel is one of the Best Ranclios
In Southern California. Suitable for pasture, crops and fruits of all kinds; wood in abundant?.? and
plenty of water lora lar-ire portion uf the ranch
Tern sof ml.' will l.c easy; a portUm ul Ihe pim-ha-p MMrj can remain on mortuare at a low
rati nf interest Y'mt f urtbi r panicnt r-i enquire < f
« AIT. J»»K nP.HMI\4.H.t*I
No. 10 Market Street. Man I'rsm IpO,
JarstV I* "r E. F. HI*KX«*K, Los A»«el.,
Los Angele- Pork Packing Comp'y,
No. 74 South Los Angeles
Main Street, CA. IF OR NI A
Foil THE OONVKNIENt "E of cur City rnstmnen we hare removed from East Lot Autre le
snd hay,, openitl a Pn.i-ion Huu-e at 74 Hr.irh Main Strvet. We nre offering a« trood HAMS an
B\CON as any Eastern House. We claim our I Alii* to be Suj trior to any in the market. Our
M EATS and LA Rl> are fi-fwii th-j best oo in fed h. ttt, ami of our own curing and putt in* up, midcr
experienced hand*. We arc ttellmfr, our pro dm!? ut tower lyure- tli.-.n Fastc ru tfood* are offered.
We Kuarantee them to 1* of ibe ..est quality incur, revert, i idl and see, we invite Inspcvtinj!,
price paid tor good hogs •
LOS ANGELES PORK PACKING COMPANY.
A COMMONSENSE REMEDY
SALICYLICA
No More Rheumatism, Gout,
or Neuralgia.
MEDIATE RELIEF WARRANTED
PERMARENT CURE GUARANTEED
Kilve years esUbliahed and never known to fail in
a single case, acute* or chronic. Kafer to
all prominent physicians ami dm.:
gist* for the standing ot
Sahcvlica.
3BC»in; 3
THE ONLY DIBBOLVCKOF TilK Po.'SOM.I S
L'KIOACII* WHICH EXISTS IN THK BLO- l>
OK RHEL'MATh A Nl> Got T» I'ATIEATS.
N.iMCVIdI A i* known ai a common
sense remedy; Kcatu* it striken directly at thu
uaa-c of lOveiiinatlsm, Gout and lfHlinjiTa, Walk
so niAiiy so-called apeoiftea mid su;>p<«ed p :nur.i»
only treat locally tite effects.
ll haa been convedcxi by onui,ci>« -e.«.n;,.«t* t' „.
outward application*, mv li rnn i-Libl-iiii; n.r ml
ointments, liniments and sooth i..-/ lotb-,.* *ili
not . ra.ii.-ato these diseases, whim are ths r«-uli
of the poisoning of the blood with Uric Add.
MALsCVJUICA works with mar*clou* .1
feet un this acid, and so removes tl>e disorder. I'
is uo-* L-xeiusively used by sll ceiebrat* i physL
cianaof America and Europe. ntfflila. Msstical
Acadenn of P*.ris reporu yj pat mmv) nans In
th re-: Mrs.
RXIAttXIMBi ft
that HAi.lt VLH A w a certain omn tc
Rarumnlisii. (jittlt ukl > cii . . i• n
•He most Intesnse pnio* are sul.diu* s*»o
Oiva it a trial. fie-iisf or setter re
funded.
Thousands of testimonial!! sent app! a-sioa.
tl A BOX. 6 BOXES FOR #6 Sent free
mail on receipt of money.
Ask Yonr Druggist for I .
But do not be deinded into ukin B - Imii n>»« ci
substitutes, or something ncomn.ende>' .iglust
as good r Insist on tbe gdnnine with i c ntuiu
of WABHBURN Si CO. on each box, which i
guanrntowi chemically pure under onr signature,
an indispensable ro«ruisits) to insure succe** in tbe
treatment. Take no other, or semi to ajn,
WASHBURN & CO.. Props.
£N7 BrnnrMvay . rar.Readf Ml , \.\.
maris iwdttw
GAS STOVES.
The Los Angeles Oaa Company
HAVE NOW ON HAND
FOR XI 1
OR TO RENT.
Er on on.) and Ik-1 i psr
tiAS rOOUIM. STOVKM.
Tha Eoiipse Parlur stove and toilers.
For saloon use, which for neatness, dispatch and
seoncaiy an hard to btai, consuming only 30
psr oant. of aM and 70 per cant, of atmospheric
air, making them the most eoonomieal stove in
uae, rsqutrilsjr lata fuel titan any other store for
the same amount of work.
Reasons why ihev should be used in every
Ist. Tbey are perfectly harmless, no danger
of exploding.
Sd. rhey are always ready; no trouble making
Area, no arm*, no rinderes no smoke, no soot,
jfcl. it is more easily worked than saw fljaj
or wood stove, and the oven will btke for twi-.uy
mmi.tcs after gas is turned off.
4th. Titer are portable, easily adjusted ftssJ
They are the m«st \.tried broiler, *ri!ljf,
toaster, roaster and baker in ass.
nth. You can use any compartm.- .t -
t-nt of th.' oUvem.
7. ornamental as well as ntefnl, an<i .-an be
used in parlor as in kitchen, then bssaf m
smoko or dust arising from tbe same.
These stovejo are now on exhibition at the af,
flcoof the
LOM %!V«KlaKi» <«AM MJIFAJIV
No. 9 So nor a St., Op 9. Pico Houne,
Where all are invited to uall and seu Uiem. f,
bt.' teen only t-. be admired. Any par
arm wishing t«i try can do to for twenty-la vs
and if not wtisfnotory ran be retuiT.ed; ah-i ..:m
Srtt-olass plumber and gmslitter is suthorijed %t
set them up and guaranta* them. Thw Oan Co
makts. no ohaive for labor for setting up st..i«
. that ar* rsntsd.
030 000 FOR 92.
tUU R**«ular Month Iv Drawl air wilt
Ollltake place in Covington, Ky..
TMMMV) FEBRUARY 2STH, .B*4.
A l>«wfa! I.oi trrj und fair l»raa
lttCit, ehartertd by the Lutfialatureof Ken twin
and twice declared lefral by ihe highe** court ir
the State, Bond gi t en to Henry County in tht
aunt of •IQO.OuO for the prompt payruent ot al
*** Keliru.tr> t^ht-air
i warn Itvyw
1 IM*> . i,.«t
1 Priatj \*A*
i Priafw, #2,.500 cacti S,Utt
& Prires *i,ih» each S,OCI
0 Pram-, 4SoO each, Appro*, ii pruen J,;04
l) Prize*, Mil) eacl., Appro.'n prixe*...
i> ITiiw, ■jliaioach, Approi/n prixea. .. 901
?0 Pritwx, i&M eaoh 10,001
.00 Prlaca, fluo each U>.M"
*V Prizea, *60 each 10.001
WO Prise*, %W rearh 10,u0
1W Pritir. *»0 each lO.otJt
1867 Pliftw #110.t»
Whole T.elv. tK, Katt TVk.-t- -
27 Tiek.U, pt •»•• Tu-kew, |M
Ueruit MtMM| or Poatal Note, tana UiMfi ii
Letter M Mtd by Expreav (HUiMKiS c
|j kqd ..i ■, b] Kxproae, ca.i ha a»w at *n
tv ...it. A 'l-"- orders to
t-'J.- J.J I ..: i.l, \v « , rK U ;■ h
LO*. ANGELES MARK El
The obi stand, comer First and Mail. Ha,
JULIUS HAUSER, PROPRIETOR
lleoler in nil kind* 01
iiijwummi iihiii 10 Moa
j Fresh Pigi Feel, SMsjfba ami Lee
ljir.l -.eery »»>•
Oood. deli, .red to ell i>.if. of tne cily fri
I of cheree.
ejej.Hlghe.t uierset prioeueld for let .took,
WEEKLY HERALD
PußLi.HirKrj Kvcky Ka n i.iiAv |l««]riM
TERM":
Oho year by mail or exnrtus, onu copr, *2.C0
Six month**, ..... ] 26
Three monthi .76
Advertitjoin.-inti inncrtivl at tnannillllii r.ce
Job Work dci.o to compete » Ith san KranciiiLr In
fee 'style and elefraneeof worlttnituKtiip.
BANKING HOOBBS.
county bank:,
Main St., Loa Augelcs, Uai.
CAPITAL STOCK, PAID UP, .100,03 >•
Reserve Fund, «yoO,OOO
JOHN E. PLATKR- f|Bj|llml
R. 8. UAKEK Vleo.Cmi.lru!
H. L>. UacNEIL Ceehiir
DIRECTORS:
J. 8. SIAUBOH, JOTHAM I t,
Jou» E. I'i.atbr, Korxht s BAue,
Jons A. Paxton, Ukorox W. PnxeenTr
K. H. Widsby.
aeTßtrr and Saxi, Exchanob on Ren Prenc:«u >
New York, London, Peri., Berlin nnd Frankfort
ewTßirr En-H4-.ee on sll ports ol the Unite I
Stetee end Europe.
*STKsceivx Mokbt on open eooount loOa cert;',
este of deposit, nnd <los general banking hi. 1
exchange (justness
First National Bank
OJT LOS ANQELKB.
g»pit»i atocit, $ioo,tx»i
Burplua, $70,(X-i
E. T. SPENOE, : : President.
WM. LACY, : ; Oaahior
J l>. Bicbxbm., If. M i •
0. S. Wrrasßsr, E. If. Senses
btoobu.oi.drrs:
C4FT. A. 11. Wilcox, Dil R. 11. M«Do*ai.i>.
O. 8. WiTHaasT, Jarbs Mnvr,
J. F. Csaxb, Gnoses QBj H,
J. E. HOLLRRBBCR. I. I.AM.- ■ -~<*■.
B. Mahikv, A. W. Vail,
Woods Hasiirt, S. H. Mott,
J. D. Bicrrrl-l, E. F. eWSrsa ottf
Farmer i Merchants' Bank
OF LOS AMI ELKS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1808.
Canltal, tucoo.ooo Mutptnsi ut,
ResmrTe Kiin.'.. >>;;<><, 000,
ISAIAS »'. U|l UK AS rill -.1
1.. V. IHI.IDHIS \ ! p. .:-„, ..
John mh.hf.i; m• 11 ...
MAtAS VV. 11K1.1..M \N, JO.ix s i t i\
o. W. CHILI'S. c. B. MOM,
PlllL. OAKNihH, .1. R. LAKkKKSIIIM
r. I'lCOilMt'X, JOSE sIASCAREI
■tMAMI bVOII KALP oat
New York, London,
Frankfort, Dublin,
Paris aad Berlin.
AsT Kecel.e iwtantta and l-i, ,v.i
Mfiills
Asf Buy »»•! Sell QorergsaaMa, M lie. Coun .
and City Burnt.
SOCIETY NOT!cm
Knights Templar.
vasw in law teV«MaaWT so. ... I.:- i
lliiiil. it. HVel r..|.,.|:i>, . ■! . ■. . in '„ .
soalo Hali, cm thu -Hi].,! Tin RSI IV of, ,
aiunth, st 7J o'clock v. *i. Soji.-innr'y h'. ,
Templar iv goo.l Htoudiiv :<,.- ..i ... . -■ -i.
attend. ll> order of ir.e I . i
N. KxKiaesocua, Keeonler
Los Angeles Lodge No. 35,1. 0. o.l'.
RxorLAH meeeting held
ammr evening ol each week et 7'M e'elorh.
Sojourning brethren in good staiidii-w .-ire corji..:
ly invited.
J. 0. Dxll UK, N. Ii
A Frarx It. 81
American Legion of HcnoT.
SAm-r Cot ncil, Xo. re*, meets f.rr. Ml tUrd
s:! > T,';,'!pie'lioi l k'.'' *' '"" "' * *"°"™
T>. R. PAYJtK, ecTtuaafaler
C. 0. Wm.liar. Becretar..
Masonic Notice.
f ie lrsßl.ee Loses x„. jj. i aa.
T1,.M!ei1,,«;,...,r 1 1:i. I ...
/ \aro held en the fiiNt',;.,M.A\ ri
month at 730r. R. Mibslhib nt llßlalriliß, •.. .
-iv. and all -Vaeter Maeoi.-i v.. . - ' .t-ui.iii
.lldlesT) in.ited.
by "order ol the W:- >!:•
K. of P.
olivk IsOlMsJ No. 2t3. Meet titM anti ttai <
TIIIK.SDA.S in the month at Oti.i rvlsov.-ii' !:
I*. O. BiiilditipT. Sojourn ii.j; .initrhta Invite-
J. v. si yjtEKt* f.».
B A. Vouba. K. of 11. am: s. ;.»!•!,
Ziaxle Corp-* ; 2f. G. C.
Hart nt tiir-e-iii.},. jt Urn A.■ r.
rtr-Hl c'en rV .I-i\ .v. - #. l.
W. H. 11 RT f>" M,
j Lot. AngeJca Led ye Ko. iv. o) • .
lUsguiar n.fttiuj.i» it lha above I ar L li»;>i
every rriUay evT?nin(t at otU Via:,
Sprißß *ttt:vi. Vinitiiia Ifrotbeie) are emilial ~• -
vitexl tx> atturiLl. O. A. MUalkti
mi Oi.-tufut
Los AiiKeiep Chapter No. Rt-
A** M>
Si&ttMi con..catioi.s oo second MON I\V% ot ea. .
mouth. 7| r h., ;-.t Wmimli) hi tajuuia
eomiywuriotit m j.ood mmitiinv* i*--n!'i>!.i\ in ■
BT(-nlercf .UMI'KI. I'l;M.l.l't. H. H
M. L«vi, S"-retary.
Los Angeles Council Mo. 11, Roy...
and Select Masters, F. & A. M.
day of eaei. month er Maaoi.i.' Tiall ; 7
Si.»j.mr!ii;ij; (Jompaiiioiii* in ■*■ < ii.s _
frateanaliv invited to aiteinl.
By order of the Th : ■ Bl: -
R. O. CUNMNt.II \ M iStvonVr
Confidence aEngrine Company
Reoclar tnetjUisire of thin ii M .
e<aeJi iiionth, at 7:?ooelcck
Rv order MARK JONEM. .Wurv
________ M
Jei Black hi
The Best in the Market.
Writes Mark and MsM 9rm
P. LAZARUS
tTWIM The kridlns f-t.it... ~
»atT.T.
ArSCIIITKCT, SAWtAItV KNt.INKKI
j SUPKKINTKXDKXT 0? WOIIKH
Room Du.XMiitnun rio<-k.
All businea. saSneasS • :11 prompt -n
pracll.'.l atlantion. NM
Phineas Banning,
FORWARDIIIS 4 COMMISSION AGENT,
WILMINGTON, Lot Angelea County, CaL
Veaaeei towed, good, lightered nmbe
and irrain stored. wKh
accustom r.n froiittnsss
MM
JT. rieBOIC,
; No. 10 Alameda Street, near Elee*Aic Works.
Contractor for all Kinds of Wood
Work.
j BANK, BAIi. ANII STORK t I.VTt'KK JIAUK
lo order on .lion notice jiliSltl
I PUafTISHXD ROOMS,
rieaau.H'. MaaaS inJ i.r.uy rur.u*e,i
T„ ÜB, nINOLK UK K.N nl'lTK
rjamr'oel and n.iiSteialiiiai iiiailml r *
IWorflre. (SttJ
The Poetry «t .Southern t'.ili
foritin.
DOLORES
And oUier Mlilil,
By Albert F. Kerrhcval.
Every home should contain a copy i>f this
beautiful beok.
For Stale by Phil. Hirschfeld & Co.,
DOWKKY BLOCK.
Price, • - $3.
MlttlllwH
SIX
COMMON SENSE REASOI.S
- ros tsiNt;—
Yon Bulow's
DYSPEPSIA CURL!
1. —It cures litilitfestton and Biliousuea*.
It ktwps thi- buwuls regular s.n-1 restores the
appttttte.
9.—lt oleanaes and purines the liver by us dlru.t
action npon it.
4.—Uls afreeable to take, and iU continuous
una giv-a vitality and strength to the stomach
ft. It will never strain the dlgostivs organs- its
action ia gentle, yet certain.
6.-The low pries at which it is sob) places It
within tho reach of all.
-ABK FOX IT AT—
CL V. Urmg st*M*s
maris-lv
TJSB
Dr. Willey's Discovery,
THE
PURE OIL OF HERBS,
THIS
GREATEST MItMCME * LINIMENT M
EXISTENCE.
Sura Our a for Catarrh. Pains, Aches
, Colds and Coughs.
■ Par aale b« all Drug Store, on the t aoine
Coaat deeSe Suioa

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