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WnerlH Oople** of tha Herald. 5 Cents. Her&ld Steam Printing House. The Hrrau) fit rem PriotlSf House Is not ser ( a««od >>> any Job Printing Offloo on the Pacific Coiirt. OtttSHle of Ban Francisco, In facilities for Bet** fob work. Low prlcws, if**! work and ax jsbtten may be relief upon st tills office apodal Notice ll.Wter notices at OuulßSnlse soeietles t sose, etc., wttl eely be leserte- Is beßseuu as t'ii'l aJvertlocruotito. We reserve, for Places of Worship, a gratuitous directory, wh nh will appos c»«ry Sunday mornliur. T:io HsaAi,o o»f» ts BOa*ee*Sfl with the Uo phone »j ■■-(!.m of Los Angeles city and county. Orders for SdIWHBWIISIItS or Job work in»y be tot through UU- itwsnjsl to nunil*r IV). The llsbalii is tbe official paper of tbe city of is** sawstee. Th* city delinquent bes. tsss end ell (.flu r naatttpal notices appear only lo Its col- Hrontano Bros., No. r. Union Hr|uare Lfew are agent* for the Hsrai.D. It will constantly he found en sal* on thrlr counters Mr tl. N. ttowe Is the Hants Ana agent of IN If Sit A LI). Tnt. Intent suggestion ii that thu At Untie A. Pacific Railway It aboat to ac fjuiro tbo narrow gangs road to rasa dona. There in something Imaginative about this proposition, but that wa ahull soon havn railway connection wltb out charming neighbor wo do not in tho loast doubt. Anuki.hb os, while sonslbla of the great advantages which have accrued tn them from thu extension of the South Orn Pacific railway, always Welcome com petitive roads. Tho appetite of our peo ple for nan tranocontlße&tal railwayi is an insatiable one. Wo already hare, more of tboHo transportation strings to our boY than any other city on tha IV oifio Coast, ami thin an viable distinction bids fair t > be intensified. I'totnru ats should in ike it a poiat to register ut nneo. It must bo borne in mind that, without re registration, thr right to vote lapses. There haa boon, thus far, great ' fj- i in this matter. Of course there is plenty of time In at tend lo this first duty of tho voter, but It ia butter thai he should get It off fail hands at onco. Our Republican) follow oltizeus aro alert nnd crowding tba clerk's offiae, Democrats should not bo a whit behindhand. Thkkk is on the surface a great thai of activity in Republican circles just now. Most of it proceeds from certain confiding new comers, who assume n confidence, while perhaps tboy have it not; or which, if ft be real and not sim ulated, proceed* from their ignorance of the truo statu, of things in Los Angeles county. When they are here longer they will know better. Thu people of-Los Angetos have a trick of goiufl I lemocratic which no maneuvering of a fuw callow politicians will change. Tim late rains have guaranteed crops over an immonse area of ground that was ■owu very lato. There is always a bal ancing of thu advantages of late and ' esrly lowing. In years of suea nn jsMoedeatsd rainfall aa the presunt there Is apt to be a certain amount of rust and lodging, but tlie extent of tbis drawback is very much exaggerate,!. On tho other hand, the ncea farmer and that dilatory member of tbe granger family who is bone lazy and defers everything lo the last moment, comes out very strong in such apftsons. Tho 'one thing that may bo relied upon is that, taking bnt class of land with another, tbe largest harvest ever gathered in Lea Angeles cflunly is guaranteed this year. Hon. Chaunciv. Black, iho present Democratic Lieutenant t \o\ ernorof Penn sylvania, is about to publish a biography of his father, tbe Into Judge Jeremiah ■.Blank. It cannot fail to bo a very valuable contribution to tbo history of tho times. Tho son, like bis distin guished father, wields a graceful and trenchant pen. Ho is a chip of the old block, nnd he will t.iko occasion, to do for this at one time much misunderstood patriot and statesman tbe work which George Tick nor Curtis has done for James Buchanan. Fortunately for bis fame Judge Blaok lived down all the calumnies and vituperation of the little and envious men who could sec do merit In a Democrat, Tub charming irrogularity which char acterizes tbo transportation of the mail* is perbaps only equaled by the snail like slowness with which they are sorted and delivered at the Eos Angeles Poet-office. The record of the late fioodi would not bo complete if, now and then, papers and letters were not coining to band which bftte been a fall month on the w*y. Juat nt what points the*.; parcels were Snowed in, and how they ever came to he dug out, is a question which piques the cariosity of the sp vulutivi:. On tbo other baud, it is pleasant to get hold of a St. Lools paper which has been only four days on tho way. It shows what WS Will enjoy when the Inst culvert and bridge ha™ been repaired and wo get down to our ordinary work -a-day life. Arrrn being treated to Ibc snvaiy in oldent of the burial ol Sharon, under clothes in a newly made grave by Surah Althra Hill, or Sarah Althea Sharon ns the case may lie, the average reader of newspapers wn« preparer] for almost anything. The climax was reached iv Judge Sullivan's Court the oilier day, when Mrs. Shawl.an and Master Shaw ban put their ban.ls to tboir hip pockets ■air i prepared to blow .1 adge Tyler to the ttttHHoo bow wows. Not to bo be hind bond in aggrosilvenesa, Tyler Jr. want for his gun. The accounts oi this dramatic incident stty that thu •teno ographers, who were n, line il there had beeu anj (hoeting, ihowed OOBtlderaMo rostiveuess. Notwithstanding all these expiations, there were no commitments for contempt, Judge Sullivan v.rv dis creetly a ijotirniug hi. court ami seeking a place of safety. Tho probability is tba, this handsome aad urbane judge now wear* a rait of mail under his bread cloth. ft**, it nevorthelet. instructed for BUM for Preoldeul tn irder that it, •pies of representative, to th. B U. Convention might h. perfectly impartial, the Sixth Cougre.uonal dis'i,,' Mow. I ever they may dinar in other respects, they arc alike in bong able to claim hut a very brief rooidoßOe iv Lis Ai.gulos matter. The ex Sa.ra'uouto Souator, however, poeaeeeet the adTautaVgt ~f a oal candidacy would nan to materially weakcu the ehancia of both, if tbey should fail lo secure tbe nomination they will congratuluto themselves very heartily next 1 all, when they sec the sigtnl wny in which tbe itepublieen nominee will be rooted. They will (ben raeUia. that thore aro such things its blcaaings iv . i -guise. Hkmiv WATTsnmi!*, whe has done so mush to attain a perhaps questionable sotoriety as a free trade agitator, and whose brilliancy as a journalist is universally conceded, failed to achieve the reputation Iv Washington which his sdmirers fetidly looked for. His district once coasonted, almost unanlm ouily, that he should go to Congress. Wattcrsou had not fairly settled himself in Washington before an old lady down in Tennessee, who bad known him when he watt a boy, wrote to him for some scuds, lie asked a friendly "Id member from New York as to the formula to be used in getting seeds, and was Informed that he must writo to the Commissioner of Agricnlture, telling what ho wanted and giving the address to which he wanted the seeds sent. He did write, ami either through bis own careless wording of the n■ *> or through some body'e mistake nt thu Agricultural Department, Watterson s entire supply of soods went to the old lady in Tennes see. There were soveral seeks full of them. In a fow days letters began to come by the scoro from Watterson s own constituents, each one demanding seeds. When bo wroto to tho Commissioner of Agriculture ho was informed that his lUppl* wan exhausted. Hesgaiu sought tho advice of his friend, the New York member, and explained tbo situation. The HeW York man told him that thero was but one course to pursue, and that was to borrow seeds from members who represented only commercial nnd mann lecturing districts. From that time on until Congress adjourned sine die, dur ing all business hours, Watterson devot •d himself eiclnsively to borrowing seeds. That it the reason why so many people never knew that ho was in Con gress. Ho had no time for Congression al work. He had to borrow seed. Mk. Ciiaki.kh Ckockkil thinks that the -ii-a of tho Barry bill, should it be come a law, would bo to discourage tba extension of railways tn this State and to repel tho Eastern cnpital which would otherwise seek Investment iv such enter* 'prises on kbit coast. While the Presi dent of the Southern Pacific Railway eau laareety bo regarded as a disinter usttd witness, bia views posses) a special significance, especially when bo couples them with tbe statement that the cor poration* with which he is identified havn suspended work on the reads they had undertaken in the northern portion of the Slate. The probability tl extruino, however! that if there had boon no da- Hnqaent railway taxes there would have been no Barry Mil. The great majority of tbo voters of California wish neither to "cinob" nor cripplo tho railways, but lhoy are determined that they shall acknowledge the authority of tbo law, in common with other tax payers. Tun 11 kiulu is glad to boo Jhat two distinguished Democratic Governors, Iloadly of Ohio and Jackson of West Virginia, have, written public letters allirming the Ohio p of last year, and advancing nn to tho tariff tbo same views as those to which this journal has inflexibly adhered. Anaheim Oil Notes. The Chandler Oil Company, lately in corporated, has completed its financial arrangements with capitalists, enabling it to prosecute tho development of tho extensive property owned by that com pany. Work lull been resumed hi tubing well No. 1, at Potroliii; Well No. *J has reached tho depth of 100 feet. Machin ery and everything necessary to continue dulling Dlgbl and day now being ou tho ground, work is to bo vigorously pushed. The Snow well, owned by Snow, Maekey ft Bents, is down 510 feet. I hilling hai been unavoidably suspended on account Ol water and detention of material by tho late rain?. Casing has arrived nnd With its OU further trouble from water will be obviated. Work has been retained under the supervision of Mr. Snow. At Pa•&to, Chandler ft Rowland are engaged in repairing damaged roails to enable,then lo ship the oil now on hand. All tanks being filled, they are com* polled to suspend pumping until roads are made passable. Own Mi, Ostrich 'Hatching. The Anaheim QtxtetU says: "At the Anaheim cstrich farm there arc a num ber of incubator regulators of the best known patterns, but not ouo of them can be implicitly relied on. They may work well for a few days, but they are apt at any time to get out of order, and therefore they have to bo carefully watched. The annoyance and loss aris ing from this caused Superintendent Skotehley to attempt the (Kssstruotlon of a regulator which would overcomo the difficulties mentioned, and ns tbe result of elaborate and painstaking experiments be has succeeded in mveatiag a regu lator which works with a perfection the Inventor oever hoped to attain. Asa patent has been applied for, it would be premature to describe the apparatus, future Item Duoks and chickens are being hatched out by the thousands at the farm, and the mortality n not mere tlfau five in a thousand. A Close Call. The San Bernardino Indtx of Friday says: "Thu engine of the emigrant train of the Southern PasiSo, coming from tlie Hast lart night, went through tbe Santa Ana bridge, ntar Colton. Near ing the river, tho engineer slowed up thu train: just before the engine runohed thu bridge ho fott tbo track under him settling down, when ho stopped tbo train and reversed tho machinery, hut 100 late to save the engine, as it toppled aud fell over tbe embankment, bottom side up, The engineer aud lirenian saved themselves by jumping into the river aud struggling out to dry land. No one was injured as far as heard Flood Sufferers. Thu snfl'erers by thu recent Hood, on tlie Aliso tract, held a meeting yester day at Mrs. Dunn's store, at the foot of Wotl street, and paasod resolutions, aud appointed a committee ol throe to con sult and employ the heat legal t.dunt in DM city to sue for clamp ges caused by tho flood. It was suggested that there could not he any action brought against tbe city under the new Constitution, but if any could be brought, it must bo ngainst some individual who might have bota the cause of the course tho river has taken. J. J, Phillips made a mo tion to adjourn to Wednesday evening next, at 116 Ihinntng street. Carried, Bullion Report. lr^'^="'^'^'«'«' 29th Of last muntli. fKSm) in »iWer bol* lion tv bau r'n.ncisco; on the bis., $3000, ami on the Ist inst , fc.7100. W% have received the following au thentic report of the bullion • rnduct of ni- lljuauza Kine, m.uo of Providence: The amount far tbu >ear 1881 wa* 8871. --04*88. Tor tl'e mouth of Jauuary, P8,177.8% kW February, $44,.Hi7.7fi. Total yiblil to March 1, I - I $4174 888,18. Omliit> Print, LQS ANGELEB DAILY ITER A LP, SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 13. 1884. THE LATEST! [Rpecial to the Il^ita t.n by tlie Western Union Telegraph Company.] PACIFIC COAST. Faaarnsera for Ken Angeles Sax Kuavcrv o, April 12.—The steam er I < • Angelea sailed to-day with tbo following passengers for Los Angeles: Miss Cook, Mrs L Phillips and son, T Whitman, !! C Dillon, A B Thomas, G Rebate, F X Luery, J H l*«rry, X Hlosk, J Mastin, Mrs M S Hicks, t C Clark and wire, Miss Hanson, W M Halsey, J Lynch, A Kisbloy. O Sobatter, L H Newton, J Sevonoak*. C J Llghtstrom, W II Chapman, I Parts, C W Harvey, J l.'-n ■ !- I anslcy, M Bole, J Hubert, H C Hubbard, R M White, J C Kodgsrs, <) Goldsmith, F W Lsdevicl, J P But tner, J R Crockett Kangod, G Chaffer, W C Rugh, H Lowenstein, II R Lew rence. ivu.-ii I'rop n Total l.oaePrssen union ts Mir Knight Perkins Sah FRANf'iaco, April 13.—A report from lone, states that the peach crop will be almost a total lose, owing to worm pest. This afternoon the Grand Command ery ef Knights Templar of California, presented Grand Commander Geo. C. Perkins with a handsosae and appro priately inscribed silvor service in appro ciatina of his services during the Conolavo year. Hloed Horse Association Meeting San fcairCsßm April 12.— The Spring meetiag of the lllood Horse Association opened to-day. The first race was tho California stake, for two year olds, half mile dash, and was won by Eatelle in fifty-three seconds. The second was for the Hearst stake, threo quarter mile dash, and was won by Premium in 1:21. The third, for the Winter's stako, for three year olds, one and a half mile dash, was won by Prince of Norfolk In 2:49. The fourth, a selling race, mllo and an eighth dash, was won by Harry Roes In 2:03. Main nt Hull t'ranrlaro. Hay fiiANCisci), April 12.- The Signal Si rriofl Rureaa reports a rainfall hero todny of .30. Tha weather ia now M.nr. Ham alio fell at Red Bluff* and Sacramonto. H heal aad Barley Market. Sam Fkanoisco, April 12. — Whoat, steady hut dull; hriyar, season, $!.90&; Harlcy, steady nnd active; seller, .80; seller, season, .H0(n)8l|; buyer, .KS«. HHI; buyer, seaon, ,nB«Sf. The Mtork Hoard. Baa Francisco, April 12. —- Best A Belcher, M.26l Chollnr, 81.10; Con solidatod Virginia, —; Crowa Point, |1.85j Eureka Con., $ ; Gould ft Cnrry, $1.45; Halo ft; Norcroas, fl.lt); Mexican, 91,10) Northern Bello,-;Opklr, $0«5; Potosi, .55; Savage, .40; Sierra Nevada, $1.85; Union Consolidated, $2.15; Yellow Jacket, $1.90. Ann Mateo llepubllean Delegates. RIDWOOTJ City, CuL, April 12.—The Republican County Committee met at Snn Mateo today for the purpose of electing delegates to tho Republican State Convention, at Oakland. Each meinbor of tbo Committee appointed a delogato from his rospective township. Tho following were appointed; A. F. Green, das. D. Byrnes, Chas. N. Felton, Ceo. W. Lovia nml B. Hayward. The delegates, as far as known, are Blaina Mantn Roan Democratic Delegatea Santa Rosa, April 12.— The Demo cratic County Central Committee mot bora to day. Saturday, September Bth, was filed as tho time for tbe primaries, and tbe Tuesday following for the Con vention. The appointmont of delegates to the State Convention wore selected aa follows: T. 8. Thompson, W. C. Kilts, B. J. Davis, John Tinnon. M. K. C. Munday, George Pearoo, T. J. Geary, Thomas Rutledge, A. P. Overton, John 1). Ilassrtt, James Samuels, J. l>. Con nolly, T. C. Honshaw, Rufus Murphy, S. R. Hanser. He nnt or Knight L'rged to Stand Firm. Santa Cki-z, April 12. — Senator Knight's position at Sacramento has created int nine excitement throughout this county irrespective of party tinea, Democrat! of Wationvilio and Santa Cruz telegraphed to him yesterday re questing him to stand firm for the peo ple against railroad and all other monop olies, and moat particularly lo keep the pledge which ha so freely made to the nomocracy of the Sixth Senatorial Dia triot. A call for a mass meeting was issued to-day by tbe Democrats of this placo, to be held Monday evening next, to take the wholo subject into consider ation. Man Bernardino Delegates The I'alirornln Mouthers. San BkunAitni.vo, April 12,—Amass meeting, called by tho County Republi can Committee to select delegates to tha State Presidential Convention at Oak laud, met this afternoon. A resolution was introduced that the sense of the meeting was in favor of Blame and Lincoln for President and Vice President as Bnt choice, and instructing tbo delegates to support them at thu State Convention, was unanimously carrtel« Tbe following wero elected to represent San Bernardino county at the State Con vention: J. G. Burt, Kiehard Gird, Warren Wilson, Frank Mills audit. W. Waterman. Superintendent Victor and Chief En gineer Porris, oi the California Southern Railroad, wero in this city yesterday to meet the Chief Engineer of the Atchi son, Topeka aud Santa Fo for the pur pose of holding n consultation as to the rebuilding and oxteutiou of tho Califor nia Southern through tho CajoD Pass, Tho roadbed has been so bally washed out in the Tcmecula Canon that it U deemed advisable to build over a more BOeui'd route, Kanta Uui-barn Delegate!*. Santa Barbara, Cal., April 12.—The Republican County Central Committee mut this forenoon. Dr. E. W. Crooks, K. J. Broughton, I). W. Thompsou, Alex. McLean, of Lompoc; M. Thorn -1 bury, of Santa Maria, and W. J.Smith, <of Ballarda, were elected ns delegates to ■ attend the Republican State Convention. EASTERN. it«Bßb>M. ti to Xew York. Washington, April 12.—lien, (iraut left for New York to-day. Wilt ViHit Mr. Tllri'-tt, April 12.- The Demo cratic members of tlie Pacific Coast dele gation In Con grass Kpoot to leave Washington to-morrow for a short visit to Graanetoy Tark. They had intended making the visit to-day, lint Tilden ro qaaawg that they conio Mouday, in stead of Saturday. OnpONod to the MorrlMon HIM. YVamunoton, D, C, April 12. -A large number of rice pUltttSfl arrived yeeterday from South Carolina and (ioorgia. They oamo to help to defeat tbe Morrison tarift bill. They will urge upon the representatives "f those. States to TOle agaiust consideration of the hill. They are loud in their protests against any radaotion of tariff rates, and n-ay ths pasting ol the Hoirlsoa bill wouhi mm tbeir husiusss. Tbcy threaten, if the Morrison bill ts nut defeated, that tbey will go over lo the Republican party, DO tnottat wbat will be th*. effect socially or Otborwlat on tbeir part, hm it is a mat* tfr ot business with Ihem and oot senti ment, and they will not, tbey say, longer support'a l arty that will adopt moasnrea detrimental ij tbeir intercuts. - Inrrrass of Hales or Postage tstum pa, AHirifruTON, I). C, April 12.—A statement prepared by the I'oHtoMiee De partment shows that, while tbe n-vemie ended March ,11st was • •-as than tbe corresponding (pisrtcr of thu i.rt i i-tling yuar, thu foTCS of two cent mtamps exceeded by 27 per cent, the combined issue of two and HlrOa cent stamps for that *;narter. The iseno of postal cards hat fallen oil about I 8,« Ooo.tKiO SOtOS the inauguration of the two O' nt rate. ■torllfj, Kxehausjo uu:l Honda.. Nkw Yuan, April 12. —Sterling hills on London, tJO days, 84.8*4; sturlina; bills on Ijoudun, aigbt drafts, W.HOJ L. S. 4 jo: Ja:i|, interest '(uarterly, $1/2 XI; V. *. |4 ojsHoaal. interest quarterly, 81.00|; W. U.Tel., .oHj|. The < hi. nit« .Delegates. Chioaoo, April VI. —The First Con .• •»• bi bittrict Rapubl[f3an Conven tion tbis afternoon re-nomlnated R. W. Duubara for Cnngreat, and cbaae Abner Taylor and J. I*. Woodward ac dele gataa to tbe National Convention, with J. W. Campbell and P. B. Smith ai al temaUi. Tho delegataa were not In •traoted, but wore appointed by that wing of the Convention known a* the "Unpledged," as opposed to pronounced Logan men. The Second Congressional Dietrict held two iota .of primaries and held two conventions. One of the con ventions elected W. 8. Powell and William K. Kent as national dele gates, with J. Vandcrpool and X Tv il vai alternates. They wero main strncted. Tho Third District Conven tion aelected William H. Raser and Cbalea E. Piper aa delegates, with John K. Mcaulau and William I.udwig as al tarnatei, and instructed for Logan. The County Convention held horo to-day recognized as delegates those chosen at the first named set of primaries as being regular. Tha Fourth Congressional Dis trict named Samuel B. Raymond and L. Collins as delegates to tbe National Con vention, with John K. Endera and Christian Dahnke as alternates, and in structed for Logan. needier In Favor of Arthur mud Free Trade, Ciiicioo, April 12.—Rev. Henry Ward Reedier said to a Daily New* reporter to day: "My individual preference for President is Arthur. If nominated he would carry the tountry with greater eclat for tbe Republicans than any man tboy conld name, as against Tilden who has been dead these three years. My sentiments on the tariff aru for free trade. I don't want it to oosne saddenly, but gradually. If we brought down a cer tain amount each year it would have no evil efTeo*. Silk merchants in New York told me they did not feol the 20 percent, rednotinn on silk goods. lam in favor of a reduction of the tariff to tho abso lute needs of the Government for ex ponses. lam in favor of a more direct taxation by the National (•ovemment; taxation such aa is mads iv tho States oa personal property. If men have no personal property there should be a poll tax. Robert T. Lincoln will be a fool if he allows his name to be used for the Viae- Presidency or accepts the nomina tion. If he will wait four years he can have the Presidency." nelegateN to the Repnbllean Na tional Convention. Rraiung, Pa., April 12.—The Repub licans of tbe Bth Congressional District elected $amnel R. Dephon and Frank B. Livergood as delegates to the Nation al Convention, and Instructed for Blame and Lincoln. Xit ik, Pa., April 12.—At the Repub lican Convention to-day, Joseph John ston an! E. W. Echols were elected del egates from the 7th Congressional Dis trict, to Chicago, both pledged to support Blame and Lincoln. WntTK Plains, N. V., April 12.— Wm. H. Robertson and Jas. W. Huited were to-day elected delegates to the Re publican National Convention, from the twelfth district. Blame Ahead. Wilmington, Ohio., April 12.—The vote for Presidential preferences by the Republican County Convention resulted: Blame 46, Sherman 27. Wreetltna; Match Between Nora klehl and Uhrlatol-The Jap the Victor. Clkvklani), April 12.—Matsada Sora kichi and Andre Christol wrestled a mixed match to-night in the City Armory before alargo attendance. Prof. Joseph Donly seconded Sorakiohi, Duncan Ross seoonded Christol, who wae "tbe un known" Ross matched against Sorakiehi after last Tuesday. The first bout, Jap anese style, waa wou by Sorakichi in tan seconds, Christol going to the floor on all fours after two collisions, Sora kichi butting him twice about the neck. The second bout, catch-as-catch-can won by Christol in four minutes by a leg and "half Nelson" lock, after n lively and exciting struggle. The third bout, Japanese style, was won in thirty seconds by tho Jap, who butted like an auimatod battering ram, and slapped and scratched like a lighting school girl, much to Chriatol s disgust. The fourth bunt was won by Christol In six min utes, after an exceedingly brisk and in terosting contest, by the body lock. The final bout was dutmnined by lot, and was won by the Jap in fifteen seconds. BBJAn Kaeaped lVnn Herniation. Chicago, April 12.—A special from Baltimore says: A sensation was occa sioned in Catholic circles to-day by the auuomicementthatSisterluez, ofaCatho- He sisterhood, bad escaped from thu Convent At Ann&poliH, and had madu serious complaint against the Sister lv charge uf that institution. Sister Inez is a handsome blonde, 19 years old and is a sister of Mrs. Laura Farmer, a highly respected lady of this city. Her name, prior to entering the Convvnt, was Mary Magdalene Windsor and she had been two years iv tho Convent. Oa tbe night of January 13th last, she escaped iv the full dress of the Sisterhood and sought refuge at her sister's house, where she now is. Sißtur Inez says she became disgusted at the conduct of the Sisters at the Convent. She proposes to reveal all. She will give aanifs ami prove all she says. She alleges that threats have been made t<- her if she tells what she knows. Yet, notwithstanding this, she will speak out freely ns she snys she wishes to warn people against the cou veut fur tho reason that she could not remain nnd witnessathe scandalous con duct of the ta'isters. Brltlah Columbia Members Pro test. Ottawa, April 12.—Tho British Co lumbia lepresentatives at Ottawa havo formally protested against tho disallow ance of tbe anti-Cliinene bill. NKW TO-DAY. WE ARK JOIIHI.NO Ol X IMMENSK HTut.K of Ch/ars to the trade nt irreatly r*dueod prices. The only eiifar house In the city eon netted hv telephone -.No. 172. EVBLM \\ • CO. dim FOR RENT. roil I IW.tStH. ilssTl Sills .OlHlliil. flls ft rooms each, by J. F. WHITE & Co., aprl!; L't Office N. E, Cor. Main and First Ma FOR SALE. There are left a far of ,%hoH desirable Acre Tract* i n the city and w ill be chmed out ot a bar (fain If sailed for this week to J. P. WHITE & Co., lt)lStt N. E. Cor. Main and First streets. FOR BALE. Three hundred sores half mil* sou lb San Gah riel Minion, all to wheat and bailey; all No. 1 vine land; house « rooms; two acres in orchard hearing; 40 orange tress, well, windmill and tank. This Is a choice tract of land and must ho sold at a sacrifice, im the ownor wishes to jro L:int. For further pSfttauaTS call on J. I". WHITE &00., aplS2t N E. Cor. Main and First streets. ►UK BALE We have a few hlsjbb improvod rar.ehes within J. mile- of the Court House, raiitfiutr from \2to M> acres each, that we can sell for tha beat har traiu* thAt have been offen din this city. By J. P. WHITE A Co., aldB It N E. ('or. Main and First streets. FOR SALE. Great bargains an* offered in cottages and va' cant toll in sit parts Of thu city that cannot be belt by any ono for the ntsAtsa days. By J. K. WHITE 4 Co., tfrll 2t K. E. Cor. Main and First street*. KAHTKK IiOKIIfAYM A Importation of superb j DIAMOND WORK JUBT RECEIVED AT THE DIAMOND HOUSE, Opposite Itakor BlOSk, ffM Mult, St. apU il Splendid Chance FOR AM I\VESTMENT. Parties MSfa] to nuke . pronulilc Invert mi nt .an bare an opuortunl.v of so doing. We will oner For Sale Blocks ol' Laud BeautlluUy situ.ltd ON BOYLE HEIGHTS, t:omiiu.iHlin,r a splendid view a.n.l no Imftlilii-r location to lie fouud. TW.e ItliK-ka front on an *'i fnr.t Avenue and enntain atiout four aerei oaeh. Would make t.eautiful liuilillns- Bites or will lUOiivide into lot. tn uili atltasje. For teruis aad Map el saiu. call on DENNIS & COOK, 248 Mais ritreet. Eakor Block. aplltf NKW TO t'.W , By> good Upholsterer, work in tha city or country. Address Upholsterer, Hksald office. It REMOVAL NOTICE. B. B- Metcalf, Real Estate Agent, Formerly No. 12 First street, REMOVED TO ROOM 7, POSTOFFCE, Near Money Order offlre. apIS lm THE MUTUAL Life Insurance Comp'y or \I ft YORK. 1— Ia the oldest active Life Insurance Company In this Country. 2— Is the largest Life Insurance Com pany, hy many millions of ilollars, in tho World. 3— Ita Rates of Premiums are lower than nnv other Company. 4— It has no "Stockholders" to claim any p. t of its profits. 5— It oflurs no Bchomes nniler the name of Insurance, for the spec ulation by special classes npon the misfortunes of each other. 6 -1 ts preaent available Cash Resources exceed those of any Life lnsurauoa Company in the World, Its Cash Assets on the Ist of Janvt ry, 1884, amount to more than OR! HUNDRED AND ONE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. An, desired Information will b. chccrtully lurnished by «. A. DOIIIXBOX. Resident Airent, 10 COMMERCIAL HTHEF.T, three doors from Main etreet apIS Im Bargains trill be Offered In a new subdivision On Boyle Heights TUP. eOHIW« WEEK. Situated only one Blcck from street car line. BEAUTIFUL LOCATION On an ffievotlon Commanding a flue Vlow of the City, Mountains and \ alley. * Largo Lots mid at tbe low prices of $200 te £250 eacb. Apply to DENNIB & COOK, 248 Main 4»reefc, Baker Block. upuita FOR SALE—FOR MKT. CHOICE FAMUY COWS. Six gradsd Jerseys, from S*7B to flls each. Also some bargains in horses. PL ATT BROS, ft Co., apr 22 2t Comer Fifth and Olive streets. FURNIBHED ROOMS. Three very denirablc rooms to rent. En.|iiiro at No. 13 Commercial street. apll-:*t FOR SALE. Irish Setter pii'ipiuH, p [ ire:itsthn*oiii:hbrcd and well broken; also, Irisli ami Cordon puppies. Enquire of «. Tyler, Santa Monica. apll-St WANTED TO RENT. By May Ist, a furr iahed or unfurnished house Letwth-11, Main, Oli.e, Fifth and Fir-it streets; no children; references. Address P, 0. Boi Mo| Los Angeles. apll-3t FOR PROMPT SALE A traveler's hafffaff*; t>riontat llrlc a-brac, His toric, Religion* ami relics; Naileau lilock, room 124; elevator, Spring street, apl tw FOR BALET Wood working machinery, with or w iihout power, 'a it hi n city limits. Addre-s lio.x Los Ariiteles I*. <>. upS-tw FOR BALE. A tailor shop and stock; well established bust noss; proprietor nimble lo attend t<t it; good op pui-Mnin for a tit elasa tailor. Address "Jackson," Pomona, Cal. nplO-lw FOR BALE. At a bargain, stock and (brtttfaaax Our Pn/aar, 2-i Nurth M .in street. wpl'i lw WINDMILL FOR SALE. A fine lti foot Sto\cr windmill for sale for £100, y\ hieh is a -iv n larjain. Aj>pi\ at Kohler & Proli(lag's Winery on lavonttl str- et apfl LW FOR SALE. Seven hundreil nnd tbirti air s t,f line fanning land, eonv 'iiient to Ciit'amcii'ia Station. WilT be sold at a ii appli-l tor Bonn to WM. THORPB, apltf No. | Court ftn-et, Los Angeles. FOR BALt ~~ 0a«of th« bast et4abllahed paving saloons in the city at a sa.-riilee, to il! h. altb of the proprietor. Applj to I. U l>bly & Co., No. 319 North Main street, Oppoatts riOO House. ap. r df FOR BALE. A hand<tom« cottage of five rooms, nicety fln ished insi'le, situated on Si\t.h street, bt tweeil Fort and Spring, For t< nns, etc., apply to POMKROY ft MILLS, ■o\ I tt Opposite tlm Court House. FO R 8A LE^ A younK hearinp oranire yroi c, .ituatcil near foot hill.; at.ont 1". am - p! int. .1, with a water riirlit eipial to one html ol water for 40 hours every month, without :n..\ charge for ilse of wa ail Inn. ,■ .I<'t.-,nif •!) t'-t • the nl-vl sell for W per cent of th, pri c n.lavl for the place SaMartor) n««ms for «. lliin.' ami other p.irtinilar. i.'i..n on application to "J. 11. A.," Hn» vi.ii iilli i. # mbilH lm ROOMS AND BOARD. Larffe, cle«antly furni-h. d rootnß.w itli board; ceiilralh local, .! an.l in tin ni i*t -I, -icahlo part "f tli. iti Hill .tel. :.. ii I'lini'li a; .., ROOMS AND BOARdT Two larirc flnel.i tilmisheil front rooms to let with lmar.l; hmi.e roiilaiiiina telephone and all modern convciiiences. No. 453 south Spring "r..t. mriotf. WAN TH—I Ajtsf— FOUND. POSITION AS SCRIBE. Wanted by a lady, position as scribe. Ad dres, F. .V, lIKSAi.n oltlce. apr^'i LOST. liicr«.ini;theArroyoScco, near Oalr Gro.c, on the nielli of Apni '.itli.lHHt, a violin and .iher cornet, Idoi, boil' to Waiwemann*. Itai.,l, nl this city. A liberal reward will b.paid lot the re. turn of the same. apll-lw SUNDAY CLOBINC. Our patron, will ples.e take notice that i ur rc.pe. tivc iiak. i;.-. will lie c10.e.l every Siindav from 12 JO to I !) r. *. till tnrlher nun ... AMF.KIi'AN I'.AKKIIY. apll-lw KOSTEIt'S RAKKHV. DR. WING FAWN, ' UiIINKSK I'HI'SICIAN AND HIBOBOWi 116 Tem|.le .St.. a IMtaksf, Kwoaff llinn's Wore. apriaim L J. »—TIT O. H. !»■ LOOKHART & SON, —Main in— Hay, Brain and Mill M, MOOOH iii:i.ivi:Ki^e^S^ ttitf-m NOYES & , FIELDS Real Estate and General Auctioneers, REQUENNA ST., 1 DOORS FROM MAIN, Opiusite the f. S. Hotel, in the Baal Block, Wit, conduct . itciieral auction lan M the HORSES, WAGONS AND HARNESS Central Horse Market, One door from Main Street. E. W. NOYES, WM. T. FIELD. AMUSEMENTS Masque Ball and Carnival, To be al.«n mder ths.iuplces ot tho Jollities' Social Club * -4.T- Turn Verein Hall, Thursday, April 17, 1884. RECEPTION COMMITTEE. Hon. Jko. MASsnsui, . H - c - Weikir, II T 11.Z.8D, R. S«nisrnLiw, Cbah R I'ritosi, J. Dowsbt Hakvet. A W. Potts, A. W. Roosts, C. E. MILKsJ A. T. Cl BftlSß, R- BILDBJUIH, Charlbb PRAOta. • llujlc bj' the City Band. frizes to he awarded to be displayed St Prouss & Pironl a Prtig Store. Reserved seata at Edel man * C 0,., «B/F.CC«-aO9IAN Wrestling Match At TURNVEREIN HALL, rnesrtay Evening, April 15th, 1881, at 8 o'clock. Wm. Muldoon, Champion Wrestler of the World, Will nttempt one of tha greataat leata ever known in the history of tbe Arena, Ibat of Throwing Hia Opponent H. O, BAUER, OF LOS ANGELES, Ten Times in One Hour,. Wages $400 to Bauer's S«o© That he will accomplish it. Tickets, • . • One Dollar. Reserved Seats 91.80, for sal. at Bob Eckerta. aprlltd PROF. P. ENGELB. Grand Concert TURNVEREIN HALL Wednesday Evening, April 16, VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL Ills Great Orchestra and the following soloists: Madame W. T. Harnett .....Soprano Mlsd Emma B.rtboldy Soprano Mr Ban 17 Pfann Tenor Mr. P. Lawrence Bass Mr. Emit Ltertrand Trombone And Lob Angelos Liederkranz. Selections will bo renders I that were norer heard before in Los Angeles from Wagner, Mey erbeer and Hundelaohn. Admission m.OO, trailer* 50 cents. > o Extra Charge for Reserved Boata. Box Sheet now open at Edclman ft Co s Cigar Store, Mala stroet. aprlStd ''elcincoemM; A Grand Ball NADEAU HALL, Voting Spanish Americans, EVENING OF MAY STH. RECEPTION COMMITTEE:—J. F. Ouirado, T. I>. .Mott, Martin Ainilrre, N. A. Covarrublas, M. A. llaiiilmrticr, R. C. Gulrado. 11.(.'III! c.IIMMITTKE: It. A Verba, F. I." paaj E. T. McOinnis, A. Domingo, J. I). Uuer ' FLOOR MANAGER—Jose Antonio AaTllrre. COMMITTEE OF ARRANUEMENTH:—A A. Montniiio, J. B Ranches, J. M. Arnai, H Ollfas. Tickete, admitting gentleman and ladies, sal OO ap.td AUCTION SALES. AUCTION SALE -OF FINE— Residence Lots —OF— One Acre Each, Situated en Fair Oaks and Terrace avenues, PASADENA, To - morrow, April llt li. unless it rains. At 12:30 r. m. ,on the premises, under the nian fiki-int;iitof F. 11. Harclay, dealer In Real Estste, No. it Kudeau Block, I/is Angeles. Thi-i property Is a ■übdlvlNlnii of a 20-acri'tract if the (iillmore Vineyard, It has a front ago of "il l feet nil Fair Uaks AM-iiuc and extending by a L'radiial nseent went tn the maghifli't-nt property of Mr. Hurllnirt, of Chiiago. The situation is most deiii/hiful, oterlonkiiig tho whole rasa dena Valley. This in the Ih-hT opportunity ever ottered to purchase diwirable liuilding sites of ample size and at your own prices, in I'aaadeua, The sale bring imperative and without reserve. Remember that this is an opportunity that iniy never occur again to purchase such valua ble property at ytur own prices. Monday, April 14th, 1884, One half canh on delivery of contract; balance in six moil lln at 7 per cent ,or 6 per cent, dis count on tii fi m-d pa\ iiiciilm for <SUih, The ii-iml at« d. (M.-it will be repaired upon each laic, whi. h will l.n allotted outlrnt payment, All State and county ta.ea will be paid by pres ent owner. The Title is Perfect And inch pnrchaicr will receive a certificate of title showing inch to Im the fact. FREE CARRIAGES Will lea >r the h.tel. and th. office of F. 11. liar eav.No. ft Sr.iill, Spring street Na.le.il Bl ek at 10 o'clock A. H., and return after the sale Th. paattt are reiqiectfully invited to attend. Partiee ddrine, to attend thl. sale can get. fr. tiekrt. al the office of F. H. Harda*. No. • Na ilean lllork, or No)ess Fields. A Free Lunch will be served on the grounds. Noyes & Field, AUCTIONEERS. AUCTION SALES By ,lOH\ C. BELL »\ CO., MUL F-STATE ANDOENEftAL AUCTIOVEEItS Office, Honm 22, Tempi* nigck, over the County Bank. Ilea estate In all parts of the city, Includ in« resid. iici # and binim-M properties, blocks a:,.1 r.uiiru!>di. ided and sold at auction or Apprawtnienttof every description of property a upei ialtv. Halen made at auction by order of Court*, Administrator*, Executors, Commission t ra, Recti, tn, Mortganees and Trustees, faithful ly eonipUlng with preacri hod legal forma. Homes and room* rented; assume charge of property, hold power of attorney for abtMiatues, . ..Ileet reuts, attend to Uxoa, insurance, street work. impro.rm.ntHui.d buildings. A'so, Miction, horaa aad i arriage mart and sales yard, Loa Angeles street, between First and docond ftroott NEW TO-DAY. NKW TO-DAY, NEW TO DAY. «The Peerless Dry Goods Emporium xflw OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, 105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, SPRING AND SUMMER 1884. Grand Opening Monday, April 14th, Whan we will place on tale a moat magnificent assortment of Plain & Fancy Dress Goods, Combination Suitings, Black and Colored Silks, Black and Colored Rhadamis, Silk, Satin and Velvet Brocades, a SUMMER BILKS In all the New and Leading Shades. We call particular attention to a new invoice of the "Celebrated and World-Renowed" "TAPISSIER BLACK SILKS," Warranted not to "CUT NOR GREASE." We hare a Special Department for "Ladies' Wrapt," in charge of an Expert Cloak Manufacturer. Oar assortment for tbis Beaton is PERFECTLY .SUPERB. We hare thia season imported dlreot from Enrope a Bplendld line of Ladies' and Children. Hosiery In Silk. Lisle aad Cotton. Ladiet' all Silk Underwear, Ladies' Balbriggan Undeiwear, Laoet, Ladies' Neck wear, ltoaola, Kid, Taflataa and Lisle Gloves of every description. Finest Line of Cento' Furnishing Woods tn this City. STERN, CAHN &c LOEB. .&0 CAR LOADS 3LO DOTTER & BRADLEY xxr outxi wbbx. 100 Tons of Furniture and Carpets 100 $40,000.00 IN CARPETB ALONE. Elegant Assortment, Latest Styles and Lowest Prices, We are determined to show ns fine a line as San Francisco dealers and Undersell til cm. 259 AND 261 NORTH MAIN STREET. LOS ANGELES, OAL. OOBTBVMFTIOS BRONCHITIS, And all the various diseases of th.- Bead. Throat and Chest, including the Eye, fr-tr and Heart, ■pecially treated In M. Htt.r..s Wiuiakh, M. 1),, M C. IV S. 0., otn. c 27£» North Main street, Los Angeles, California. All diseases t,f the rctpir.at-.ry trusted hy the must Improved medicated Inhalations, ■ thus bringing the remedies into direct contact with the dW-ased part*. These are in all cases ■ combined with propel cam-tit'itional reiuoditjs fer the liver, stomach, nervous P>-demand blood OZQT.NA, Uatanels the professional ot IssTisiTi si inns airen to aa ss>iassl fofin el catarrh in which ulceration ban eaten through the membrane lining of the BOM to the BfjftUM* of the bone. Any ease of catarrh may end in o»a:ia, Imt it most frcpifiitly occurs In tho?o who are naturally serof iilou.*. The d it-charge takes place through the nostrUsior through the throat, and i* generally of a yellowirti or tfreeu fsh >ellow colwr, fri <|i!cntl, lin-'d with blot>" ( and almost always intended hy an often -ive smell. In the laatwaM af Dr. Wood, of Vhiia delnhia. "the disease ia one of the mtit >• duruU: ami disagr-eable which the phy«i<-iaii '.auto en counter. ,In bad esses the breath of tin- patient becomes so revolting as to isolate hi f; , r r ~„ B(M .|. ety. ami to render him an object o* disKim run to himself." In Home Instances pieces of berne become »epa rated, and slough off, 1. ay luv 0 ■, \ , miliealthv ul , rers, which se«Tt.te a 1.1'.n.i natter, and are «■ • tretnety dlffhutt to heal. After Ozuna haa < >itino d (time time the sense of smell usuelh becomes iiiips.iri.dand oft*n Deafness Is one ol lta most onmioti conse quences, and nwolN from iti extend n throuth the enssaehlan tubes to the internal ear. MS i»the bead and our the frmtal ilnu-ies. Impairing mniior,, n ,..\ ~, , „ j MH :uiiU freriuentlj spring from ils i Ucnsioii to the brain. I The L'rtati itt d.iiiL'er, howe-.-r, ln-cause the most eommen, Is that It will extend downward and affect the luius, In most eases of pulmon ary disease catarrh Is present in nonje degree, anJ ia many Instances it causes a large share of the patient's discomfort Ilesidf-a these graii conaeiiiiences, all of which ' are liable to spriin: from •t dnloiM catarrh or , Ozujria, there are others which. If lessdaiiuernus, . arssnfJsnissllj saplessant. it ooosasoas grssj unhajipincaa) to thousands of both sexes, by isol latiiiL' them ami pre* <-nting their settlement in ' lilr. An StJSSSIITS ninniiii.' from the SSJSS, with foul breath, is about as great a calamity as can liefall young people. f . \ O\HI I I %TIO\ fr It 1.1 Those who desire to consult with BBS in regard to th-lr cases ' had better . all tt tl lib f..i eon-uli ition and examination, but if impo-miMe lo do so enn writ* ' for a eopv of mv Mtdi.-iil Trtati-.-, cni.tniniriK a list of nuesiions. Addr.-s* Ut. Hilton H II- Mam M *| V. V H. O , '-'7:. North Main street, Los Atigeles, Cal. t OFFICE HOl'ltS—From 10 a. h. to 4 r. Mr Hnnilay from 4 to 6 V. M. Basldcncc, 1j South ''barm street. MECHANICS' MILL. TIIOM snitiii. M.miftr-turcror SABH, DOORS, BLINDS, ! MOLDINC. SCROLLWCRK & TURNINC, tl A4.4MKIIA >TI(I XT. inmiirt ROOMS AND BOARD. HIU HA 1.1. tl WMKIN i. l i m ily nmr>liiiu. II".- mil,, »„.| 1,1., .„, •. , ... OhMalniri.il niokrn o„,n 0i„.i,r,.. ....... .-I <■lKirn.il.i: » of iii.iii. on. r.n.l „n.l i„,| v n f.w .t. |w from l.ii.in. s. i.-ni.-r I I Mgh, , IHlMlllllll tiU imuii.L. V , I, • '"■»■ f •'■ .ri.ilil liv NOTICE TO TAX-PAVERS. The (11 1 Iwnil bo In Ills oinru ilall, from lA.M.to II I, M 11 t*l r. a. , No. 5. WKSI HlfjjT UTKKET, 110011 No. t nj ° wULn. innrlStl , L. ROEDER, No. 15 South Spring Street Has just received a carload of the MITCHELL FARM WAGONS AIM, one ur !■*) of tho ' Davta-fioulil CanriaCMi i>or i fties. I'lisi'tous .mil 4'nrtg, 1 I'llr buHiH AMI from |k| inanliUrtory fo ' CASH «'"l »MI 1,.. ~,M OHCAPER At any otaor I'laob In thu city. aptf lm WALTER A. WOOD'S WORLD RENOWNED Enclosed Gear Mower. Thin new Mower for 1884, while po**es*lrig al) the best qualities 'of tin- f'idTv rcVhrated Waller A, Wood Iron Frame Mower, has ninny new ami advantage-.,!,. features entire! r peculiar to itaelf and found on no other Mower; ao favorable an impression ha* it made on thla Coast, thai there were over three thousand In use here tho last fieaaon. Its superior rutting qualities:, adapta tion to all •nndltiona of grass and surface, um> -iiiale I Hit Mm -« of draft and ■•tlbi*"**, of operation have been fully demonstrated, and Its strefigth and durahilit. subb-of*.-.' tn mni-mallr severe and trying teste with the most gratifying results h< tti to the farmer and the manufacturer. The pcac tieal and observing; fanner, upon starting this Mower, «ill at one* Ixo strin k with tts ilrmness and steadiness .rasaas IWSfBt IsssSßlalabsease of "tremble," the ease and comfort of the driver In his seat, the stillness with which It rum and its extraordinary light draft. LA BELLE WAGONS. OOATB B X.OOK LEVER SULKY RAKE Is (he most Hlmply r on* t moled nnd ciislly inniinßed or any Rake In n»e. Xs rumpliralfd dumping machinery ahont it* All done hy the driver's weight. IHBcrmririiiir th. rake I. affatM l»Y simplr kivln. the sNfffcaafl Ifml aWttoatawM. handle ntlln. I .-v. r. which, unlink. tut It, causes Ihs drivers wtjjrhl lo tilt th* Hake and dlacbanre 'he contents A chllil caa operata the rake with aaaa. FOR SALE SV HASKELL & RICHARDSON, ".I." an J 2.17 North horn Angeles Htraut, Arcadia Muck, k« Angeles, California. We also carry a lull line ol harvesting- uiarlilaerv, lmttaaata Walter A. Wood's lloapers, »ifl Twine Hinders the John I. t'i»se Heftiler, lA Belle Kami ami Heeler Wsit'.ir. Ilnfonl'. K.ilhr t'»m< ami Walklna Plows, the Dale Chilled Plow, I'Un.t. Jr., Iron Unit; ,•. ~ rtml the Adam. Hell reirulatlnr Wind Mills. inhai-lm HURKAHrHUEEAH ! ! Spring Goods ! Spring Goods!! ABERNETHY & CO. Make their how ami heg leare to atatj that their lirnt i.atallmctit o( SPRHfO OOODS has just arrived aud they are marking Outs', Youths', Roys' and Children's Clothing, Hats & Caps, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, ETC., «jfl Lower than Ever Before AT 73 NORTH SPRING STREET. marlOl BBBSON & ECKSTROM, ' ) DKAI.EH. IN , NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. A FINE STOCK OF FIRST-CLASS BEDDINO. ' All Hind* or I phol.tery work Flnlxhed in n Superior Manner. 106 NORTH LOS ANQELES ST., Opp. Newmark & Co., Loa Angelea, OaL niSIM