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coiil.l hu heatowed upon tli. people of tl.e 1 State, next to turning out tba llepuhljcan marauder, ft Waibington aud replacing tbem tiy good Mil honeat lt.niocr.ta. Tim anti-monopoly league ba. followed in the wake of Tammany Hall and haa givm a .pacific .ndon. mailt to the admirable bill of Hun. Charlo. A. Sumner, who hai dine ■plendid work In redemption of hi. pledge, to the people, from th. (tump, in the campaign or IHB'„>. Should tbi. able and en.rgetio Californiau succeed in giTlug the people anil the pre., cheap telegraphy he will have .ucceeded in attaining a notional reputation at a bound, and will rank high utnong.t thi' practical benefactor, nf the age. That tbe atruggle i. a mortal one i. .bowii hy the frenzied effort, of the I're.ident and partizan. of the Wettern Union Tele graph Company, who arc tnoviug heuvun and earth to per.uade Cougre.a that Hticti a iiiciiMuro would nut only be inux podieut hut uiicoiiMtitutional a. well. r JJAILY 11 ERA lit). iinifie"bopleeofThe Herald. 0 Uente. Herald Steam Printing Houae. Th* HssALDflloam Prlstlng Houss ls not sur tsssetl by sn> Job Trtutlnf OfOcs on Urn TaoUV Cos*. ssasatS of San Fntictsoo. In (sollltlas for doing Jul* work. Low prloss, good work and BSJ* petition may bs rsllsd upon at this offles dpecial Notice Htfi-MfUr ootJes* ot Companies sodstlaa church**, ft.- , will only bs InserUd In ho 11 shai.w as paid advertisement*. *« reserve, 'or I'utoes ot Worship, s xratultous dliwatory, wh SB will appss staff Bunday monilruf. The HssAdo office Is counootea with the ts e phonu system of Los Angeles eily and oounty. Orders for adtertisemenU or Job work maybe tut through till* mrdlum to number ]"■«> The RMaU is the official paper ot the city of tAntfeit*. The city delinquent ta. lists snd sll other uiuntatpal notlossappear only In Its rol- Ureiitano Hros., No. ft Union ttf|Uare NrW York City, are agents lof the llbsal*. It will ouiiatantly be found on sale on their count*** Mr B. N Howe la the tanU Ana agent of he llssalii. THE LATEST! Gewer v. Gewer. (Special to the Mr hau> by tbe Western Union Telegraph Company.) Sixty or isventy years ago It was hard to get a fair not to say a favorable judg meat upon Americans or anything Amer loan in England or from Englishmen, From Lord Jeffreys, hi tbe Kdiuburgb Review, down to the merest cad, the cue was to depreciate everything trausatlan tlo. It is true that.tbe prowess of the American sailor and soldier could not well be disputed In view of the issue of tha wars of the Revolution and of 1818, but that ditliculty was overcome by quietly Ignoring tho whole matter. Washington Irving was the first Ameri ca*, who succeeded tn breaking through thla iron prescription; and Emerson, Longfellow, Lowell and a half ilozeu other literary men, have followed in their wako, in these latter days. Iv fact, of late, it has become the fashion, in very Influential British circles, to deal out n groat deal of what In the current alaug is known as "Lady" to the ingenu tius citizen of the new world. Failing to assist Jefferson Davis "to create a na tion," to employ the language of Mr. Oladstoue, the Englishman is now re sorting to the "blood Is thicker than water" programme, and he is never tired of pointing with pride, real or simulated, to onr oommon ancestry and common language, ln this laudable crusade of love and reconciliation he is being very thoroughly seconded by such American toadies as our present minis tor to tho Court of St. James's, the Hon. J. Russell Lowell, who Is principally noted fur the authorship of certain colorless and vapid works in which the emasculatod Bostonian of the present day affects to discover evidences of genius. Waiving this perhaps caustic oatimate of onr present as contrasted with our past relations with Croat Britain, it is pleasant to find that, occasionally. Englishmen of rank and Influence lend A,. cs to an estimate of Americans whiclr is quite evidently sincere and untrainmeled by hostile traditions or by a desire to wipe out recent unpleasant romembrancea. Such a man is !.ard Ronald (lower, who has rsceutly published a work in two volumes entitled "My Reminisccn oes." Though a blood as bluo us that ot all the Howards runs in his veins, Lord Oower does not disdain to say just and true things of Amerioa and Ameri cans. Though his work is largely devoted to the most distinguished liter ary men aud political notabilities of the age, from Carlyle to Lord Beacoustield, we propose te eouceru oursolvos only with that portion of it which relates (o his American tour, which was made in 1878. He says of our people: "They "are intellectually, as n people, vastly "superior to any other nation, and th* "progress they have made,and are making "annually, is one of thu most gratifying "facts in tha history of civilization." Hn did not confine himself to any single ■action of the United States, nnd he seems to have been agreeably impressed wherever he went. He says: "Wher '* ever I weut, 1 found all classes of the "Americans, not only civil but highly " civilised, as compared, class for class, " with the English; not only nmiable, *' but as a rule kind and courteous, ami ••with rare exceptions well informed, well-bred and having more refinement *' of manner than any other people 1 *' have ever come amongst. 1 admire " with all my heart this great people." lie not ouly likes our people but our climate, as well, of which latter he say*, and he must have had Los Angeles in his eye: "I begin to think this Ameri " can climate is the most perfect iv the " universe. All this week has been " heavenly and the sky iutiuitely more " blue than ours in Kuglaud, and tbe " air has a brightness and sparkle about " It that gives one a sense of continually " quaffing ethereal champagne." PACIFIC COAST. I'arseenßera Month ami Kant. MoDMffO, March 22.-Tbe following i« thU Mil "t HOUth-UOUIId |H.-Hf||,."'lH |)OSS tng here this evening: H (I UHey, Ruth Cameron, New York; 110 Turner anil wife, Clinton, Mh; II 11 Davis and wife, California; I) S Fowler and wife. New York; Oeonre Partridgo, St. Louis; CarrioH. Montgom ery, Tueson; C A Marlott, Detroit, Mich. The Immigration Nsrlrlj's Work. I*l Fkan<ih<-o, March J-' The r« port of tho Immigration Society's agent shows that ltetwoen November 16, IMH.'I, anil the Ist IniUnt, Uml haa teen taken up in various districts aa follows: Stock ton land district, 421 entries, embraoing :.,V«i:i acres; Sacramento district, 423 entries, of 00,43« acres; Marysville dis trict, MS entries, of 33,870 acres, and Shasta district, 304 entries, of 4r>,008 aorus. The majority of those are made by immigrants settled hy the Imtnigra tion Association. Xsalrsea Forfeit- His) Hall Sa.n FiiANciuro, Marcli 22. -Col. J. 11. Maplcson, found guilty yesterday of violating the Are nrdinaiico by ob structing the aislos of the < Jrand Opera ilouse, on the 13th instant, failed to appear fer seuteiice in court this morn ing and his bail of $50 was declared forfeited. Indlrtmcnta A grain at Mlae Hill and Nellaoa Dleaalaeed. San Fkanciwo, March 22. Judge Ferrall this morning ordered all the (Irani! .lury indictments against Sarah Althea Hill und VV. M. Neilson, except that one against Neilson for forgery, to bo set aside. Neilson, by his aotion re cently in withdrawing from general motion his charge of forgery, must stand trial ou that indictment. Trotting nt Oakland. San Francisco, Marsh 2'.'.—ln the races at Oakland, this afternoon, Van dor I\n ti won the trot to harness, three heats in five, for 91,000, in 2:315, 2:31 and 2:37. In this race "B. li." won the first heat, time, Btßff. In the match trot between Pilot and Fanny Burns, the latter won the second nnd third heaU In 2:43), 2:44|. Pilot took the first heat in 2:47. 'Ihe first men tloned race gave *'B. B." a record. Another Triumph for Pattl. tUH hUKCtSOO, March 22. -PaHi played to» full attendance at the Graud Opera Mouse this evening, iv Crispino c la Coman*, bh Amu hi to Cuniecicolo's Crispino. Both scored triumphs. The receipt? are estimated at $10,000. Rain Yaeterday. i San Francisco, March 22.-Rainfall here to-day, eight hundredths of an Inch. The barometer is falling. It also rained to-day ut Red Bluff, Sacramento and Sau Diego. Tut* Mtork Board. Bah faaftWOD, March 88. Bwj & Rukcher, $2.0o; Chollar, «L 45; Con "hoUdated Virginia, ,15) Crown Point, ; Kureka Con., $4.00; Could & Curry, $1.40; Hale & Norcross, |I.SO| Mexican, $1.7".; Northern Belle, ;Ophir, $1.70; Potosi, .90; Savage, .00; Sierra Nevada, $2.75; Union Consolidated, $1.80; Yellow .Jacket. 88,80. M heat and Hurley Market. San FitANi'isnv, March 22.—Wheat, firm but quiet; seller, Si .47; buyer, 11.63, buyer, beason, $1.01 i«tfsLb*l| Barley, steady and fair; seller, season, .8."i;i((."H5,. Buyor, buyer, ■eison, .S%'B«»j. 4'rcvaaaes) t'lon-u ou Roberta' Island. Stih'KTOs, Cal., March 22.—The tirst break in the levet- at Willard's place on Huberts' Island, was closed last evening, A little water percolates through the tilling, but not enough lo do much dam age. The water on tho middle division did not spread much yesterday, ami now that the break is closed it El thought the loss t>u thu lower sectiou of tho upper division of this island will be com paratively light. Work will be com menced at once ou the break iv the cross levee and it is thought that tho water can be turned into the middle of the river in a few days. Bnrstar Mhot nt HUbee. ToM usnos v., March 83, —W. A. Daniels, Deputy Sheriff of BUbee, nnd the man who captured Big l>au Dowd, shut and killed v man this im>rning at 1 o'clock, catching him in the act of rob blag a safe. Daniels, called to him, hut the would-be rohher pcid no heed. He had tiled one of the hinges off and hat) almost severed the other, whereupon Daniels shot, kilting him instantly. Daniels came ou tho stage this afternoon and delivered himself to the sberiff. Kenubllean 4'onnty <on vention Mriitenreil lo lie llnntced. Sa un as, Cala,, M arch 22. —The County Conventiou to elect delegates to the State Convention is culled for June "7th, at Salinas City. Judge Alexander to-day suntoneed Itlgael 8010 to he hanged on Friday, May ilth. The prisoner took his sentence very coolyj in fact, indifTercntly. The Lfll-al ThronKli Train. CITTOf MkxhoviaCai.vkston, Tex., Maroh 22.— Tkm first through train ol Pullman cars with passengers leaves to day for Chicago, permission from the government being received, The party consisted of tifty distinguished persons, Mexicans and Americans. General Freight aud Passenger Agent I'arker is going iv a private car to Boston to make arrangements to attract summer tourists to Mexico, rive hundred tourists are expected in May. < ounty C onvention railed Cm isA, Cala., March 22.— The Re. DO Micas County Central CommlthH met here to-day and appointed the Conven tion for April 19th, to elect delegates to the State Couvention. So much for this verdict of the Kit glisbman who eau lay claim to the blood of the tirosvenors, Campbells, Howards and the rest of that ilk. Thero is an other Gower, who preludes his patro nymic with John Farquharson, who writes a letter from Sacramento to the San Francisco Aryoniuit, in which ha indulges in an atrabilious tirade against Americans of nil grades. His liritish stomach is evidently in need of great quantities of blue mass and effer vescing waters to restore it to anything like the ability to evolve a wholesome chyme and chyle. According to this Uowcr resident of Sacramento Americans are specially lacking in refinement, and •veu American women arc notable, tor the absence of interesting qualities of either person or mind. Mi. John Far quh arson (lower delights in multiplying instances in which American?* have beta ■nobbed by Englishmen, and he ad vances the ennobling proposition in fa vor of his countrymeu that where they have married American woman monef haslieen theirsole object. F.nglish women, according to him, are the paragon:, of the earth, with whom their American sisters dare not court and cannot sustain a comparison. According to him "even "tin most verdant cannot mistake the "aristocratic- cast of countenance, tho •'well poised head, the nameless grace "of manner and the sweetly modulated "voice which distinguishes the Knglish "lady. No vcueert'r surface polish will "be mistaken for it. 1 ' We have the as anrance of Mr. (lower that tins match leas grace is the result of seven centuries of civilization, <>f which no American woman partakes or can hope to equal, Tier tins; of the Keuuhllrau Kxcr uttve <amm It tee Chicago, March BS.—-Thi Sub-Corn mittee on Arrangements uf the National Republican Convention, began its session here to-day, Senator Sabin, Hon. John C. New aad John H. dough, as pan for Benatot Logan, baiatf, the only tneaihers of the ('ommittee present. John A. Martin, \V. W. Cooper, E. 6. Maga* and Powell .-s. Clayton, the other in.-inhere of the Committee we,» expected during the day, The design of the Ex position Building us it will ba arranged for the May festivals was submitted. Tbe plan contemplates a seating capacity fur 7,700 people, which includes stage capacity tor 1,000 members. The Sub committee appeared to favor tbe plan, hut no action will be taken until tbe arrival of tbe full Committee. The Committee decided to bold the Convention in the Exposition Building, in an auditorium to be constructed for ttie May Musical Festival. This will accommodate 8,000 people by utilizing the galleries. It was decided, however,* to limit the issac of tickets to G,000,J which will bo printed on steel plate to j Iv the name of thu prophet, figs! Thoseof our readers who are in duugei of being impressed with tin- English man's rot would do well to baj and read Qaeen Victoria's latest book, lie will therein tind the concentration ul that refinemtiH un I delicate esthoticisni principally concerned with John Brown, which American ladies must pine utter from afar but can not hope to atttin. Hi a.i .ii Hall and its Grand Sachem John Kelly have applied them selves to boosting the Postal Telegraph bill. The Hkkald bas ueen little occa sion during the past lustrum to approve anything done by either Mr. Kelly or his henchmen, bnt we makg_ an ex ception in this case. The jM-staT tele prevent counterfeiting. Ihe National Committee transferred tbe other pre liminary details for holding tbe Conven tion to the Committee of citizens, who will at once begiu raising a fund to meet all local expense*. It was determined not to cell tickets of admission aa in I MHO, if it can possi bly be avoided. The member* of Ihe National Com mittee instructed the local Committee to outline their plan for holding the Con* vontionand report details to tho National Committeemen next Tuesday, to which dale an adjournment was taken, ■lurid » Hosjaelamne Land 4-raac Hill. Wahih.nuton, March 22. Tbe Hub Committee of tho House Committee oo Public Uuds bus reported to the full committee Budds Moquelumne Land Oraut bill. Hudd made an argument Itefore the full committee this morning In advocacy of Its paisage. There are indications that tho bill will be amend ed in the committee to protect the class of settlers on the grant who. bought and settled prior to 1875. Tke Mended Kxt.aalaa BUI £»j Wahhinoton, March 22. Che House went into Committee of the Whole, Kea gan in the ('hair, on the Bonded Exten sion bill. Herbeit resumed argumeut against the bill, asserting that it was only by holding distillers to the law that Congress could expect to realize from production and consumption. Per manent relief could be accorded to dis tillers only by compelling them to con duct busiQfs* on a sound basis. The passage of tbe bill would lead to an over whelming demand for the repeal of the whole law on whiskey, l.euerui s.ruut Interviewed He In Heartily for Logan Nkw Yokk, March 22. — Central Oraut, on being interviewtd at Wash ington, said the Republican chances were uevjr better than now. Five months ago, I believed the Kepubli onus were facing certain defeat. I did not think they aad any nhauce. The tight in the House over the tariff has made a doubtful election certain to the Republicans. (Jraut repudiates all stories of pruvious interviews recently published, and announced himself heartily for Logan. About tke ThvaipNuu - Malll van right New Yukk, March 22.—Duncan C. Ross forwards here $2. r >oo on behalf of Mervine Thompson, for the light with John Li Sullivan. Koas offers to match Thompson against Sullivan In a fair stand-up light, according to tbe uew rules of tho London prize ring, for from WfiOO to fTtOUO a side and the champion ship of the world, the fight to come off In four months from signing articles. Mierllns;. Karliana;* anil Honils Nkw York, March 22. —Sterling bills on London, 00 days, $4.88; Sterling bills on London, sight drafts, $4.00}; U. 8. 4A*of 1891, interest quarterly, $1.1*4, U. ft. 4s of IUO7, intorest quarterly, $1.24J; U.S. ,Is, tmtional.interest quarter ly, 81.01; W. U.Tel., 72*. Bank Nnapended, Denver, Maroh 22. The National State Bank of Moulder, suspended this morning after a short rnn. Its failure has been long anticipated. The Boalder Bank Failure Hnl ride of a Prominent l> ruga Int. Denver, March 22. -The failure of the State National Hank of Boulder is attributed to loaning large sums on real estate security, which is deemed ample, but upon which It was unabla to realize speedily enough to assist in the crisis. It owes depositors about $100,000. Crookedness is charged and the bank is undoubtedly able to pay, if its affairs aro judiciously handled. James 11. Johnson, of St. Joseph, Missouri, suicided early this morning, shooting himself in the right temple, while walking on the platform of the Union Depot. Two or more v?urs ago Johnson started drug stc.es at Salt Lake and Fitkin, Colorado, having partners in each. J l . spent much of his time in St. Joseph, occupying desk room in the drug house of Smith, Vannatta ft Co., from whom ho bought most of his goods. A few days Biuce it wai dis covered that Johnson had felouiously shipped away goods from time to time, aggregating sevwral thousand dollars. He was accused and confessed, and at tho tiino of the shooting was in com pany with Vannatta, en route to Salt Lake for tho purpose of transferring the stores and indemnify the firm from loss. Johuson was mariied and occupied a high social position in St. Joseph. Mnrderer Banged by a Nab. Marysvili.e, Kansas, March 22.— About forty masked men went to the jail last night. Five of them entered the jailer's residence, presented revolvers at his head and compelled htm to open the jail doors. Samuel Frayer, convicted of the murder of John Pennington and wife, was then taken out, conducted to ilia bridge at tho south part of the town and hanged. He is said to have made a full confession, stating that he had no accomplices in tho murder. Tho mob was very quiet and dispersed as soon as tho work was done. A Bold Bobbery, ArucsTA, tin., Maroh 22. — This morning while It. I>. Crook or, book keeper of the Commercial Hank, was making exchange with the National Bank at the counter of the latter, he was approached by two unknown patties, one of whom plauted a check in his face and comim-nced to question him closely, seemingly for information. The party then went out and Crooker found that $2,700 had been stolen from the satchel at his Hide. There is considerable ex* citemeut, but uo clue of the robber. Fear* or Flood <.roanitlPss, Siorx City, lowa, March 22.- This morning'a developments prove that the apprehensions about a Hood were en tirely wrong. The ice is rapidly going out and alt fears ot overflow from the ?orges have subsided, luformation from anktou says that the great ice gorge has broken, and the river fell tl feet last night. The ferryboat Senator, at Yank ton, was carried away by the gorge, and is supposed to be lost. There are a num ber of boats lying at this point, but all in safe conditiou except the Nellie Peck, which has been pushed aground by the ice. She is in no immediate danger. All |h« railroads entering here are undis turbed except tbe Milwaukee, which suffered a washout about sixty miles above bore in D.tkota bottom. The of ficials ol tba mad state it will be repaired by Monday. The river is open us fur up as Chamberlain. The ice. is going out quietly. The river is not os high here as durum an ordiuary break-up. Cartrldtt-e Machine ivrfV.n il. Clivbland, Ohio, March 22, Frank L. Chamberlain, a sportsman of local celebrity, a tar eleven years study, has perfected A mac lime capable of charging fifteen hundred shot-gut) orrtridges per hour. Prominent Cleveland and Pitts burgh capitalists to-day organized v company with a quarter of a milium of capital to establish a manufactory here. Killed by a Woman. Nyhacthk, N, V., March 22.—This evening Hellcn Ransley, a married wo man and the mother of three children, shot and killed Adam Luther, the womau claimed that Luther bud been persecut ing her for some time. She didn't Intend to kill him. IMhi ingulabed New Mexican Uead Denver, Colo., March 22.—The J?a publican'* Santa Fe special says: Seflor Diego Archetuta, the oldest member of the House of Representatives, aud at one time a Representative to the Mexican Congress, died this morning of pneumo nia. EASTERN. FOREIGN. Hut*.-, uiihriui. Illrthday. BtvKLiN, March 22.—Tot Emperor ap peared at the windows of the Palace, whereupon the multitudes that thronged the streets saluted him with enthusiastic ajid long-continued cheers. Bismarck drove to the 1'alace through the cheer ing crowds, at the head of the Ministry, and uffareo his congratulations to the Emperor. Later he paid a second visit at tlie head of a deputation of the Prus sian nobility. The ceremony of mount ing guard was attended by tbe principal military and naval officers of Berlin, in uniform, The watchword for the day is, ' Long live His Majesty, the Emperor and King." The Emperor has appointed 'Captain Von Zeckendorff, of the navy, his principal aide-de camp. This is tha first time the honor has gone to the navy. " Odd I" she said, "why that woman's the oddest creature I ever met. I told her all about the details of a scandal* and she didn't seem the least bit inter tested.' LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 28. 1884. A Strange Discovery. A few days ago, some workmen em ployed by Mr. Abbott Kinney, at Kir n discovered, b short distance east of that charming spot, near the line he tween his property sud that of Mr. J. 8. Voeburgh, tbe remains of a man about live feet eight inches tall, revealed by a cat in the soil made by the recast freah et. Ou discovering the remains, which were partially exposed, the workmen unearthed the rest of the bones, which were about two and a half feet below the surface, and placed them together in the position in which they were found. The flesh was gone, but the well-pre served brown hair and the sound teeth indicated a young man about 30 years of A strange and mysterious feature of tbe caae was the fact that the body was buried on a small ernineuce, with the head down the hill, and both arms ex tended at right angles, forming the shape of a cross. The clothing, if any were on the body at the time of burial, which is doubtful, was all gone, and no mound or mark of a grave was to be seen. The remains were properly buried by the men, and Mr. Kinney would like to know the history of the affair. There waa no money or arms found about the bones, and the whole affair is shrouded iv mystery. The body had evidently been buried three or four years, but why it was buried head downwards, with both arms extended, and on a small cmi nence, when it could have been thrown in a deep baranca close by, and covered with stones and earth with little effort, Is inexplicable. If any peison knows of the disappear ance of somebody in that vicinity a few years ago,, or of this singular burial, they will confer a favor on the public by reporting the same at the Hkralu of fice. A Well Locked Bureau. Iv the Bureau of Engraving and Print ing at Washington three men are neces sary to the closing and the opening of the vault. Koch look is fastened by a different combination of figures and let* tecs, and the chronometer is then set for a period of sixteen hours, and even those who have locked the vault cannot open It until the sixteen hours have ex pi red. , j NKW TO DAY. WE ARK JOBBING OUH IMMENSE STOCK ol Oig.re lo the trad, at greatly reduced prloea. The onlr olgar house in the cite con nected by telephone -No. 172. EDELMAN A 00. dlf. U WMTIDs A good cook, who can do general housework. Apply at ?4:!H. Main street. marts >t WANTED. By a competent professional mill and pastry coo It (French, a situation in s first class hotel or restaurant. Address IM Spring street, care of Mr. tins Ferret. mr2B 2t WANTED Situation In *> private family. Satlsfaotlpa guaranteed. Call et or address "K.," Laclede Motel, Elmira street, near the Railroad Depot. It NOTIGI TO CONTRACTORS. Proposals for the Ho!.«jiibeck Block, with or without brick f- -.noation, atone curb and gut ter, will bs opened at 2 r. M. Monday, March 24th, at the office of R. B. TO UNO. It Architect. NOTICE. 1 will not ba responsible for any bills con tracted by my wile, ss she hss left my bed and board, after tbis date, March 20th, 1884. mr2» lw U. M. ALEXANDER. FOR ML!. Choice Lots, ranging from 1 to 5 acres each, In East Los Angoles, can bo had from tl&o to •200 per am- if called for -oon. By J. F, WHITE Co., SAtM M N. E. Cor. Main and First sn rOR MLE Thirteen acres 3i miles from Court House; o room houie, barn for 6 hordes and lo tons of hay; good wall, 70 walnut trees bearing, 60 ap ple, SO peach, 22 apricot. It) pear, 0200 Mission grape vines, &0O in bearing, nectarines, prunes, tigs, plums, etc, partii in bearing; good water right. Will be sold at a nacrilioe for $3000 If sold within five dsys. By J. F. WHITE A Co., m 23 2t N, E. Cor. Main and First Sts. FOR MLE Forty acres of land, 20 acres In alfalfa, orch ard of 100 bearing l trees, barn 6ox4S feel; 00 tons hay in barn; 15 head of cattle, 0 head of horses: good dwelling, fine artesian well; sll No. 1 lanil and must be sold soon, as party wishes logo away. By J. F. WHITE A Co., in2a II N. E. Cor. Main and First Sts. FOR MLE. t'orty-n.e acres 3 miles from Court Honse; 400 orange trees( 200 in full bearing, 200 sis years old; sn orchard of choice fruits, all bearing; 23,000 Mission and 2000 raiten trrepes, 15,000 4 years old, 10,000 1 ye.r old; 2 seres alfalfa, 0 acres barley, tine shade tress, good7-roemhouse, barn and outbuilding, will and plenty of city water. This will be closed out at a bargain "and don't \ou forget It." By m 23 2t J. F. WHITK Si Co FOR SALE. A bduitiful residence ou Main street, between Fourth and Fifth. Also neveral desirable houses and vacant lots lv sll parts of the city Parties w lining good investments or homes will And it to their interest to examine our lists and prices. J. F. WHITE A Co., ii)232l N. E. Cor. Main and First Sts, TURN VEREIN HALL. Two Nights Only. Grand production of Gilbert St ■ulUraa'S Comic Opera of Pirates of Penzance! BY THE Los Angeles Operatic AND DRAMATIC COMPT, COMMSNCINQ TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL V S T. MUSIC BY HAMILTON'S SUPERB ORCHESTRA Olten musician. t'a.l of I liararlrrs: M.bul, Ucneral st.nl.. • Youngest Daughter Ml.! Jennie Winston Edith, , b.u.hter ol ( Mi " Wiseman "ate. !'*, 1 «les Reanic. Isabel, I 111.111 l Bnangr. ( Mise Whlppple Hull.. Piratical Maid ol All Work, Mis. BuOlong Pirate King A. U. Waller. Pre.lcrkk. Pirate Apprentice A. O. Bartlett Samuel Mark Snook Major Oeneral Stanley, of the British Army J. Booth Serjeant of Police . W. C. Stone Oram! Chorus of Fifty Voices. Mr Robert Pnultea Musical Director ThU l» a Home OrganizaUon. Not vitintnnding the great c.pensc. Popular Prices will prevail tWeaeral Admia.l.ti. - - 7S l ent. 4-nll.rv ■ tfO " tif i: t >r • < Seat. Without Extra Charge. Tickets on aale at Bartlett 8r0..' Muaic Store. Nadeau Block, commencing Thureday, March 27th, at 10 a .. NEW TO DAY, roe MET. lUng. for 2000 .he.p or SOU heftd of cattle. BROPHY BROf rarM lw Wldnei Block, Flrrt Strut Dramatic Recital, TURN VEREIN HALL, Thursday Evening, March 27th, MISS ROSA STANNUS, ASSISTED BY MISS MARY A. LESTER MR. ALEX. BALFOUR. Music by Mamllton', Orchestra Tlca.it., ao Oat*. ReMrvad But. Without E.tra Chirg. >t Day a Brown. Music Store. oarts For Ten Days Only. SPECIAL Trade Sale —OF THE Largest Assorment Of CustowMade JEWELRY ■ Ev.r offend on Ihe Pacific CoMt. W. will of fer to the public at Auction And posltlv*!/ sell, COMMENCING ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1884, At 2 o'clock P. a . at Onr Jewel Fake, No. SI South Spring Street, KOF.BKK BLOCK. Onr entire rtock, In lot. to suit purch..e», OONBIBTINO OF DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, FINE JEWELRY Of Every Description, SILVERWARE, OPTICAL GOODS. Also the fixture., constating oi COUNTERS, SHELVING, SHOW CASES. MIRRORS, AND One Large Double Door Hall Safe, All new .nd elegant. Will be .old without reurre to the highest end beet bidder. HOLLANDER BROS., Proprietors. NOYES & FIELD, Auctioneers. mr23 lot KERCKHOFF-CUZNER MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY, MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN LUMBER, Doors, Blinds, Windows, Eastern Oak, Ash, Hickory, Walnut and Poplar. Aro prepared to usecute sny and all kinds of Mill Work. YARD AND MILL, CORNER ALAMEDA ARD MACY STS. Telephonci No. S. P. O. Box »3. n.r23 9m Notice of Street Work Public notice is hereby (riven that tho Council ol the city or Log Aitfreles passed on the 17th day uf March, A. I>. \H64, a Ke.olutlon of lot*' ■ tion, which resolution wn approved on the lt.lt. day of March, 1H44, providing for the k red In* of TEMPIjK HTKKBT At tbe expense of the property owners, from Sprint streot to Bunker Hill avenue. And all parties interested are referred to said Resolution of Intention on file in the oticeof the Clerk of tho Council for further particulars, a copy ef said resolution may be found in the office ol the Superintendent of Streets. Loe a ii/. li ■. Maroh 82,1834 E. H. BOYD, uii-23 : t Superintendent of Streets. KNABE PIANOS. "I hftve never Men their e<|Uftl." CLARA LOUISE KELLOCC. A. L. BANCROFT * CO.. J'.'l Market St., 8. F , Sole Aagents lor the P. one Co>.t. nattl 4m THE HEADQUARTERS Wangeuian'* Brass nnd String Band le now eeubliahed .t F. UieHe'e Drug Store, No. lo North Spring Street mr« lm To the Ice Consumers ol Los Angeles and Viciuity: The Southern Ice and Cold Storage Company I. now delivering Im manufftctured from di. tlllcd water and rMpectfully Mliciu ord.re from tbe Ice oonaumere of Loa Angeiee .r.d vicinity. The Company 1. now ready to receive .11 per .iehable gMd. In their Cold Storage Houm,where they may be stored .t. low rati 0. B. GOULD & CO.. Propr's., Nob. 2 and 4, Vine rtreet, near Finrt St Portoffloe Boi H». Order, received by Telephone. HmW FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SAU. Eitfhtssn urn adjoining th* oltv; good well, wind mill ui»t tank, good new barn, two-story, aod barn*** room. ThU plaoe will b* told at a sacrifice if applied for *ooii to BARBBTT, ALEXANDER * Co. nirfl It No. 4 Wort Firat Strati. FOR .All. Three hundred aod forty acre* in the city Urn. It*, gowthouxe, barn for 20 cows, well and wind mill, aod alao living water on the land. Thie will mafc*t*ne of the finest dairy or stock ranch** In Southern California. Price 160 per acre. BARRETT, ALEXANDER k CO., mrtl It No. 4 Went Flirt Street. FOR Mil. Thirty aore* eltuated lo tb* Albambra tract; 1(1 acre* In bearing grape*, 14 acre* In orange* and deciduous fruit; Oood house and barn; water pipe over the » bole tract. Thla la on* of the finest homes in Lo* Angeles county and will be ■old at a bargain by BARRETT, ALEXANDER * CO., mrtl St No. 4 West First street. FOR MLE.. Bedroom and kite hen furniture for a small family. Apply nt IK Downey avenu*. ln the rear. mrtl It HORSES FOR MLE. Must b* sold by Saturday, ten head of well broke horses, on account of th* owner leaving the city. Can be seen at No. 186 Requeue street. mrtl 2t WHITE BROTHERS. SPECIAL BARCAIH New llou. of Six Rooms, hard flolshed; good location; good sized lot; flne view. Most be sold atonoe. Price, 91,660. T. E. ROWAN 114 N. Spring Street, Temple Block. feMStf. BEARDLESS RARLIY FOR SALE. Makes the finest hay In the rn_tk*t and a great producer. Address, ~ t K. L. MAYBERRY, 051 1 Oabrlel Poetoffloe FOR SALE. A handsome cottage of five rooms, nicely fin ished inside, situated on Sixth street, between Fort and Sprii*. novl tf Opposite the Court Houss. REWLY FINISHED ROOMS. 300 TEMPLE STREET, Convenient to buslDSSs and good board. rarSt St FOR REHT. 6 Room Ueuse, 412 Aliso street, 512.G0. 0 Room House, corner Wanes and hazard Streets, StA. 6 Room House, 111 Turner street, 116. 6 Room House, 07 Ploo street, tiff. IS Rooms, Spring street, and furniture for sale. f) Room House, Beston street. 4 Room House, Howard street, 118. 8 Booms furnished, HiU street. 4 Room House, Wall street, 118. Apply to HUMPHREYS* RIOQIN, inn* St S7 South Spring Street ROOMS AND BOARD. KIHBALL HAMNION Select Fam ily Boarding, flne sultss and large single rooms. Containing all modern convenience*, with board. Charming view of mountains and valley and only a few steps from business center. Electric light illuminates the grounds. 181 New Hlght street, near Temple. anult lm HOUSE TO RIRT. A cottage honse of Aye rooms at the south Junction of Spring and Main streets. Inquire In the store or up stairs of Paul Kern. mlStf FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. Two ninety furnished roomsplessantly located, lo a private family. Address P. O. Box 1086. JlStf WANTS—LOS f—FOUND. LOST. On Friday morning, March 21st, a figured Cashmere shawl, between Sixth street and Washington street. A suitable reward will be paid for returning the same to OL F. H'insf man's drug store, North Main street. mil It WANTED. A partner to open a new Grocery and Provis ion Store, In No. 1 location. Building all ready; capital required about laxto. Apply to BARRETT, ALEX AN DER * CO . martlSt No. 4 West First Street. Room and board in a private family by a sin gle gentleman wbo desiris to secure the facili tlee of a permanent borne. Address Box MS, P. o. martO 8t WORK WANTED. Two carpenters desire employment, town or country. Address 0. A., Hsbald offloe. marts lw AMUSEMENTS "LECTURE, "LUTHER aod the REFORMATION," BY MOST REV. ARCHBISHOP RIOROAN TO AII> IN ESTABLISHING A Sunday School Library. THE CATHEDRAL, SUNDAY, MARCH S3, 18S4, At 7:10 o'clock P, M • Ticket. Fifty Oat. ■MM Turn Verein Hall, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 24, 26 and » Heturn engag.ment of Miss KATIE PUTNAM, Supported by her popular Company, wbo wiU prMeot on ■•■day Evralac THE LITTrE DETECTIVE, PrMenting MiM Putn.m In fly. different charac ter., Tuesday Kve.l.x, CHILD OP THE REQIMKNT Aid the Little Rebel Wedae.d.y. FAWOHOM AtalMlu, »B» and .1 OO No e.tra charge for merved Mat.. For Mle .t urual plana, inrgatd A meeting of the Joorneymen Uilora of thi. city will be held .1 31 SalnMvain rtreet, on Sun d.y th. 83d iuetant, .t 2 o'clock p. H., to effect. permanent orgftnlr.tlon. All .re expected to attend. Hr order uf TUB COMMITTEE. iur22 » NOYES & FIELD, Auctioneers, MO. 44, NORTH MAIN STREET Opponlto t'ourt House, Will conduct a general auction h'.utnees on most 'iberat terms. Prompt returns madeon alt sales. Our retrular Saturday sals. Horses aDd Carriages will b. held stTemp'e StraetHtabU. until further notice. E. W. NOYES. 016 O. W. I'IEED. •x. ssc a ARCHITECT, SANITARY ENGINEER, SUPERINTENDENT OF WORKS Room 2, Duoommon Block. All l>u.inr*a animated will receive prompt .n practldatuntlrn. 'uM BROPHY BROS., Real Eatate and Loan Agents. WIDNEY BLOCK Mm. HI First Mtrrrt. 12Jtt FOR SALE. THE LOS ANGELES WIRE WORKS, Or will tike In . partner end Ml) hftlf interest. Enquire st 18 MUST STREET. mrS2 lm MADAMR lIKVItI I.KTKOtIIKt FRENCH DRIBS A CLOAK MAKING, Formerly of the White Houm, Han Kr.nclico, 405 Sixth Street, Cor. of Olive, UP STAIRS m.rlO lm French Mutual Benevolent Society. NOTICE TO UNDERTAKERS.—Any undar- Uker may apply to tb. Board of Director, for f urut.hlug work ln hi. line of bturioaM to Mid Society before the 18th of April next. Mo tender Dcoeawrlly accepted. By order of the Board. 1. L. SAINBEVAIN, Preldent. A CHAk.UAr, Secretory. Lo. Angelea, M.rch 14, IRU. marlHd NEW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY, ' NEW TO-OAT J == ~"~ 36-inoh Bleached Shirting, . •.. 18 yards for $1 \ 1 Unbleached Shirting, - - - 22 yards for $i \ I yards wide heavy Bleached Sheeting, 22 J \ j cents per yard. \i Heavy Cheviot Shirtings, - - 16 yards for $1 ' Heavy Ginghams, .... 22 yards for $1 . 1 White Crochet Bedspreads, full size, -85 cents 1 ! 5-4 Table Oilcloth, - - - 20 cents a yard Extra-size, all-linen, Huckaback Towels, 25 cents 54-inch English Waterproof, - «0 cents per yard . 54-inch all-wool Ladies' Cloth, 85 cents per yard 38-inch all-wool Colored Cashmere, 4OC per yard 42-inch all-wool Serges, in'the leading shades, 4O cents per yard. Owing to the decline in the Eastern Markets, and having an enormous stock of these goods on hand, we are offering thorn at- .Knv« r»-'a*a, and invite the public to call and examine our immense stock and avail themselves of this opportunity. OITY OF PARIS, S The largest and finest Dry (roods estalilislifflent * I IN BOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, 1 105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET. fj . - " I Of the GREAT JEWELRY AUCTION. LADIES' SALE TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 25th and 26th, at 2 P. M. SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY. PLATT & BERMAN, Agents Corner Spring and Court Streets. „ a ,» AS $80,0067T58a06a I WORTH OP FURNITURE, ©ARRETS, ETC, TO BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE ?\ TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW ARRIVALB. Do not buy Elsewhere at any Price i TILL YOU OOMfc AN LOOK FOR YOURSELVES, AT Dotter & Bradley's, 368 AMD aei NORTH MAIM BTRBHT. LOS AMOBLBB, OAL. INSURANCE AGENCIES. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. Tr.aMll.atl. Fir. InMrsoee ol ftaaburg. to ta-taaura.M wltß alrtat. athar CaropMii Ooav aaatM. OGMakM, captul, eM.too.OOO, of whlth r7.M0.0001, paid up. America. Central, of It. LooU: cadi ataete, o -«r tl.louTooo: capital paid up, ajoo.ooo, nrplu.. MM.ata.uf -. VMM. paid os Chicago ir., tasoooo. > North Oerman Inniranc Company; capital aod MMta, fjf,nejea*7. Lcodoa aaa Nortawtatoni; capital, tc.000,000 Accident and Life Inniranc. P. PHILLIP, Comrarrcud Street, No. ~ P. PHILLIP ft 00., * no.SJ tl REAL ESTATE AOENTB HARTFORD Fire Insurance Co., > OF HARTFORD. CONN., Organized, 17M AaMta, »4,»00,000. mo. O. MOSEBAOH. M Agmt J. A. FAIttCRILD, Local Agent. OFFICE:-No. IM North Main MreM, over tbe Pint National b.,ik, Loe Angelo., Cal. mMtf IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Of London (Initltuted let. ) LONDON ASSURANCE CORMRA'N, Of London. (Ertablldied 1790 ) NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'V, Of London and AberdMn, (ratabllMed ISM.) QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY, Of Uverpool (EnablUhad ISH7.) Agcregate Assets Over $411,0*0,000. A Joint Policy of t he four Com panlea Issued at the Lo* Angeles Office. Geo. B. Drakenfeld, Agent. Bob't M. Thompson, Aanlatont. OFFICE -No. IN North Mala rtreet, over Firat National Angele., Cat. aT- rlallOK, ' No. 10 AUruada Street, near Zlecjle Work. Contractor for all Kinds of Wood Work. ' RANK, BAR, AND STORE FIXTURE MADE to .rder on ihort notice. JuSltf SALE of MINING STOCK. THE COLORADO Copper Mountain Mining COMPANY. LOCATION OF MINES- Four ratlu aaet ol tb. Coloi-ftdo River, In Ynraa Coanty, Ariaon. Territory. DOmllei South of "Ihe Needkja." on the A. a P. a. X OFIKKRM S. J. BECK Praaldant E. E. HEWITT Vice PTMIdMt HENRY HAMMEL Tnaannr THOS. J. CUDDY Secretary JOHN QOLDSWORTUY Superintendent DIBECTOM; S. i Back, E. E. Hewitt, Henry King, Henry Hamniel, A. 11. Denker, J.nuu Oortnan, John Ooldnrorthy, Thoe. J. Cuddy. At a meeting of the Board of Director, ol th. Colorado Copper Mountain Mining Company It wm reaolved to place 1200,000 of th. Mock ol the Company on the market to raiM a working capital. The nock I. to he Mid eubject to the condition thet ft. Men a. $30,000 ftr. subscribed ftnd pftid. tha work of dev.lopm.nt .hall be commenced All money subscribed will b. put on speclftl depoait in tha Firat Nuionil Bank of Lo* Angeles. Penon. dMlrlng Information concerning the mmM, their WM location, etc.cftn apply to any of the Direclors ftnd ar. referred, by par lulaaion, to the following nanuMl gentlemen- E. F. Spen, c, H. B. Orma, John O. Downey. Thll Stock is Perpetually Unasses sable. Circulars glviog a history of ths mines may be had upon application to any of the directors. A Map showing the *xact .oration of th* mines may be seen at the office of GEO. J. DENIS, Attorney tor the Company, Room 4, Duoommun Block. Tho rtock is at praMnt in th. hand, ot CoL E. E. Hewitt, who n,s > be Man at hi. oAoa at the New Depot. The atuvtu arc of . p»r .ahw ot "0 .each, hut for the neit no day. will b» .old lor M.M each. Thu lean ..client opportunity for thou of small me»aa to Invert monay In . most promla l.g horn. entarprlM lij ord.r of Board of Dlractor. a J BECK, preaUtant. Tlioa J. Conor, Sacratary. marlMf CHAS. I. MORRILL. CHAS. CBARNOCK CHARNOC X A MORRILL, REAL ESTATE. REKVAHII BLOCK, Corner First and Main Streets. |r. O. BOX sen. aautf I AQSMTg. A. w. lour). E K. tunnm BARRETT & ALEXANDER Real Estate, Mining AND INSURANCE BROKERS, Barnard Block, NO. 4, WEST FIRST ST., I.M A.a.lea. cal. ► decll tf P. E. I. MARSH. tT. R. HUFF. «. *. Kerr a co., REAL ESTATE BROKERS, No. « Court street, opjK.it. Court Ilouse. We buy ftnd sell real est.to on comroiMion. Larg. Ilat of real bargain. Oiv. us a call. Sand for dMcrlptlva circular, nort tf A Faiaohil.. 0. A Do«»aiirt DOBIHSON ft FAIROHILD ■sal isTATi awiseuwi aioi 10 COMMERCIAL STREET, LOS ANOKLES (Tara.aoae.frtw.Mata aarMt.) aaplttf w. a aoaroaa, « »• a sraarou. MORFORD & SON, Real Estate Brokers, mm. no ioiti arßißw arr. Tempi. Block Hook., Oraaga GroTaa, Ranoho. and Farms ro* sau as* to lit. Rafar by parmiMion to J. R T.bMman, Ea-Mftyor: O.n Oeorg. Sloneman, Oovernor; John E. Plater, Preat. L A. County Bank' Oa*. John MaMSeld, Ei Lieut. Oov.rnor; R. I Baker.VL-c PtMident L. A.Conn tr Bank; J. Deßartk Bborb, Vltlculturirt; K. F. Spenoe, Praaldent Firat National Rank: I. W. Hallmaa, Preeldent Farmer's anil Merchant. Bank. dec 7 tl L. W. DENNIS. C. C, COOK. DENNIS A COOK Real Estate, Loan .... AMD .... INSURANCE. MS BAKER B OCX, B*l*r*oo*s- Los Anflss National Bank; Flrrt National Bank• Lo* Aoftl** County Bank. Have for sale City Property, Improred and Ylneyards, Qrape and fruit Linda, BjjnVchss etc. or.it ti Fsasb E. A BAMS. Ed X Auahs. ADAMS * SON, Heal Estate Dealers aid Money Brokers, office, Mo. s*B Pico l7oa*e: Improved and unimproved City aod Cmintrj Property. Oranf* Orchards, Vineyards aad Hanches in th* beat localities in Southern Califor nia. Correspondence *nllt:iled. "dm., ADAMS A SOH, Wo. UB Ploo House, N. Main 8L .Los Asgstss, Oal. TO OWNERS OF COWS. The service! ol ray Baa) THaroawkbrad Baa] Book Jan., of either Jump. DURHAM « HOLSTEIN Stock eao b. bad at my pl»c, aft Wuhlaattva nutut. Between Main rtreet and au Pedro atrerta. Also choic grade Jeney Oowe m Mkrt dasWta WIIaVUIIIIM