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and other local atatiatica. Tlie •hrnuirlA
ao rarely tnorita tho praiso of a I. uinjyrs.
tie journal -it la generally an MJafa and
nue aiiled in ita political outgiving,
that it rerpiirea aome t-i-m-roaily ou our
part to admit of Mita ample recognition
of ita excepbvooal enterprise. Aa au in
dication of the psifectinn to which mere
I'lmtoin piuriiidism haa lately been
brought we give the "live |..nni..l,
which ia generally oa unfiiii nnd preju
Aaad in it. iutelleotual depiirtinent aa it
wi II (JOB Id I"', Una eialiilti.ui "pull
When the Chronii U ahall make ita spirit
nf fair play comlitcrisuialc with its BBti r
prise it will lm entitled to cull itself a
81IH/Il* UOPlue ot I In- lli'l'ltllj. o l-»'lHe.
Herald Bteam Pnnlin,! Houao.
The Itassi.n aussm friiillua Houss I. out sin
fjesseil tiy any Jo I'rlittiui: Otoes nn Ih" P»el
est, Olttslilo ot Hall yvaiwiseu. in n»»Utia> lul
doInK jnli »nrX. Loa la-ies.. s'wl sera • l * d "'
•thtlou star bo "I-'I m ■ ■'"""*
Tfereafter BOtIOSS I*l Cmnpslilel w.i'Ois
Chun-tic., eta., ellX-Onti I* In • '"' ""sali.
Th« Hmai.d "H.tf i-i ~.. i.-i v-ilh the t« ft-
The HrstLi. i. tne atMal aainr el Uia eJtv al
Ansele. The city iloliiinm-ut Ist list, aad
,i! efJr. IBM pal nntles. only In lv col
akaWtaaa km, No. f. BaJea H.|usr. n»w
rarkOlty, sr. aleakl t.,r iho Brui* Itwnl
loirlanll] i«- lesne i.i asli an Ui. unK r«
Mr n. N. Ko«o ii th. tanta An. airoiit el
till 111 « IM.
Mn. 11.Sooyiaxn, uf Dm linn nf
Baoflald * Tevi., is at praaaal paying a
vimt to Loa Angeles, having conic flown
with Ibe Hon. Charfea N. Koltun, an
latter gontli man Baring gone up to Han
Boriirdlao Bounty, to look niter bii
lime interest, iv iho ■tbjkibotDOod of
Cotton, Tn tin .11 inn gaatritmoa, aaon
than II others In Oallfonila, i. I.".
Angela! noooty Indebted for tba dare lop
0M0) "I bar oil interests. Mr. Soofjeld
gave, for a long lime, lii* tine executive
abilities to tho ilrvelopment of Ihe ill
understood possibilities of the pirn
oaftuo. To bii undaunted faith ami
energy were due the enlistment nf the
• -ipit.l which alone made fmllloO
certain in n linn ill which hllliilreda nl
IBn.uidi nf dollan of investment van
required bafota the Int dollar ol ratara
cnlild he counted upnn. Ko important
have become tbaM peUoleota ilafanlli
that the Maaara, Scoiiold a t«U
have di.posed of llieii- immense
tnei-cuntile business and nre new
devoting their almost uxcluaive uttcn
lino to the diivelopinent of their muni
ninth petroleum interests. The llr.nti.i.
haa taken a threat pride in rOaOftttOg tin-
Hiicceanivu stages cf the evolution nl
|M< inland id I.oa Angelea btaraat, It
bus olroaily attained the milium dnllar
limit Of proililclioii mul there ia no rea
s.inutile .lintl.t hut thut, ill time, the nil
uicoaureu of Loa Angeles anil VsntOtn
counties will livul iv remunerative nut
put tbo.e of Paottylranla. The pre.
eiioeol Mi .li. 0. Bcofleld ll a gn*ran
ten that the capital uml uucrgy *blob
have already Ma plUbad an muOb lire
to he concentrated and inertased. Yeara
nf patient <lavntir.il to the ilevclnpniilit
of one of onr leading tntaraata, we are
happy to nay, are ahoiil tn lm rewanled
hy rpraodld raiulti to the Mas win.
have put in money and pluck iv thu
cxplnitation of thia section. It i. tlie
peculiar dfat button of Lna Angeles
Oonnty that aim wilt he enriched both hy
the nil which ia expressed fiuin tbetilivu
and that which ia drawn from the rock.
Now that Lot Angeles, through the
liberality nf an enterpti R citbsen, 11
about tn inaugurate it inparb Oft.
House, it i. high ti lhal -I Id
have a lintel nl least nn tha scale of the
Arlingti.il, at Santa Barbara. Millions
of dollm. are yearly heiug hut to Loa
Angeles because wealthy people cannot
find here the aooommodntloni fnr which
they would gladly pay. When the
Frincoas liouise nml her husband the
Mari|uis of Lime desired tn spend some
weeks al I/is Angeles tln-y vera obliged
to go ehwwhere for lack of aaooroaaoda
Tin; Hmuld learni with pain of tha
deuth nf Mr, T. .1 Uayatila, one ..I the
proprietrir-i ol the Lna Angeles Timet,
Deoeasoil wus n valuable ami energetic
citi/en mul a thorough master of tho
art preservative of all arts. He pus
Hosaud many Amiable and ingratiating
<|onlitiee; and his prematurediatb,frovn
quick eonaoitrptfon, will nvritcsympathy
In a large circle of appreciative friends.
Ouly a yenr age Mr. t.uyiitila waa one of
thu must go-uheail and energetic of men.
The death uf snob a man, almost on tbe
portals nf life, niliii.inisbes ua bow
fragile are tbe strands which hind the
best and strongest uf 111 tn earth.
Thk gravoyards of the United States
are full of Democrats wbo went ilaaght
ered by Democrats through differences
which nroso from variances of opinion
as to party matters. The cemeteries
of California are fully represented in
this melancholy necrologies! roll. This
is the only party which ever existed in
the Doited States ot which such a thing
can be said. Our opponents ore too wise
to %Mrrei amongst themselves. Tboy
never indulge in two sets uf candidates
for Ihe same olliees mn- do they treat
themselves to the peculiar luxury of the
duel ala mortr. it is high time that
'Democrats should pattern after their op
ponents, at least in this respect.
Nome persons havo uu idea that it
cods nothing to inn it train of cars over
mountains and deserts, hut the cold-
Hooded facta remain, as calculated from
actual experiment, and published in the
Cleveland //cmM of recent date, slmw
ing what it costs to run a car or train ot
cars, without the expense ot | tupping
hud starting, which costs 88 cents for
each operation. Here are the ligures:
"The overage (, " Ht rumiiiig uu onli
nary pasiengttr train of from nix tv ten
couches ii front $1 tn |l.«*fi a mile. This
umy seem largo Ht tirst, hut when tho
Hevfn-.il items mo t uk en into account OM
will suspect, after all, that tin- estimate,
is too small. One 01 the principal item*
is tho running of the locomotive. It
has been tho study of master mechanics
to nvlueo tho OOst of running au engine,
and inch claims to ho a little closer iv
his calculation, than tbe other. The
a vertigo cost during Jriuuary of ruiiuing
tho engines on the Hoe Line, for rxmn
ph\ was 16.77 cents per mile. Freight
engine* ran at a cost per mite of 17.73
cents. PetSOOffoT engines cost less, \iz ,
I7.JN cents per mile; while switch on
gfnee, wblen are credited with so much
mileage per day, regardless of tho di -
tnnees run, ar.) run at so low a cost list >
reduce tin* average to 15 77 cents per
kntle. The engines ran M6B miles to a
lon of coal, ami 10.38 miles to a pint of
Thk most ttonleatant thing in connec
tion with the business depression in thu
Kast just now is that tlm industrial
lockouts are resulting In untold misery
to those Wbtl earn their breed iv the
sweat of their brows. The poet has ad
monished us to pluck from thu nettle
danger th« Bower lafety; and it is more
than likely that tbe worklngrnan, as a
rcHiilt of th.- agonies born of privation,
will turn from Iho Republican pony,
whose policy hai resulted in bis alter
nate pampering uud starvation. With
the spigot and Ihe hang both let out ot
atock speculation. Wall street will nut
be so ready in the present as in tho past
to raise a huge corruption fund, to muiu
taiu tho monoornte in power, The Re
publican party, in the glut (lays of ear
later history, has beeu too ready to pr*.
claim the prosperity begotten ol the
mill and roll ol anew, protiflo and pro
gressive country as its own peculiar con
tribution to the iiatiou. We shall short
ly sec whether it will he equally ready
to assume the o bum ol the Inevitable
bard times which will be the leading
characteristic ot the current twelve
month. _____ m __ m __ mmm _
"Added to tho espouse of mritivo
(lower is the outlay for wear aud tear of
cars; It bt estimated that it costs ,"l cents
auiibitokuep a sleeping oar running, and
the wageeof train hands, aro, The ex
paaaee from the item of wear nnd tear
is increased by uu increase ol the speed
..I a train. The special trains ou the
I.ska Shore, running nt a speed of about
forty miles an hour, aud tbe fust mail at
abont thirty-seven miles, ure tbo moat
expensive trains on that line."
Tiik bMt ol' all counsels to Democrat!
ia liarmony. Whoso preuehetb dissen
sion ami aoweth bitteraen amongst
brethren in the I ,1 (lave of Knpul.li
vans. Hu bl doing thu dirty work ol
that parly, nnd he ia probably doing it
without pay, in many loetauoee, The
Oar/ tbtag thavt can extenuate the lolly
of a fool ia hia conversion Into k rlllaln,
on tha principle Hint a blunder bt noise
than v oriino. There ia plenty of time
yet for tbe organization In California ol
n triumphiuil [Htioooralia campaign
based on harmony. If Democrats all
apply themaolree, however, to laying nd
the mean things they know or laney
tiny know nhont Mob other the end la
certain. It means Ifl llnloua defeat.
Tho Honorable or Right Honorable
Christopher I'.uel,lev and his clubs, of
San Praneieoo, ure just now busily en
gaged in denouncing Demotwati the
latchula of who'o shoes they are un
worthy to ti.'. They do Ibis with Hie
more Impunity because, should tbey
auccecd iv enuring the defeat of thu
Democratic party, the assets of the
pseud.. Democratic firm oi Christopher
Buckley a Co, would be paated over to
the Rapabtiean eteeplng membera of tlm
Bna, Til., the Messrs. Hlggkn, Gannon
ft Chute; so lhal, aa to these pnti i .tie
worthies, Ibe result would still he
substantially the same. 11. ends
throughout tbe state at large, however,
have no such convenient arrangement
These ttgurna au. mud.' where the cost
of fuel is about oue half whal it is in
California for flOal, while if we used pc
troluam for fuel on thia coast would be
about iho name as in the Kaatem states.
Another item that adds to the expense
of running a train of cars in California
is the ineraaet in lha price paid lor labor
on tbis t oast. This is un Important.tarn
that makes a large difference with lliu
balance sheet ol any company, All
these element* must be taken iuto ac
count iv considering the cost of running
a train of cars in this State.
Tho oi.l flagship Hartford, Admiral
I'pshur, after leaving Sail I'.-dro, broke
her after cylinder whan owe Newport
Landing, oo tba 10th tmt. It appear.
thai Ibart mi' nO cylinder, of this pat
tern on Ihia eoaat, nn.l Hie Admiral will
have ti) Uu at San I'eilro or Han Kium-ia
co till a new cylinder can ba .H..nt hire
l i thi altera iiavy.yards, wliiel. will
require several months.
A Curious Growth.
in fact, would nut consent to be parties
to aueh n I'eter Funk game— so that it
behooves tbem all Ibe mom lo cultivate
harmony and aim at success through the
rallying of the Democratic vote. We
throw out these suggestions l.n the
consideration of sensible li,- rata,
hoping that there aro atill acme left.
Partlei who have had oeeaaioc In go
to Webber Like by the trail from
Sierra Valley have noticed th.. most
curious growth ol vegetable matter to
be I inn.l in the world. About 100
yardl Irom the trail stands a tree,
rather two trees grown iv one st Ihe
base, hut which separate at a distance
ot twelve feet above. One of these
trees is a spruce nn.l the other a oedar
and appear to Ik. lirmly united, form
We aie aware that the p.-rfe.'l uniting
of these trees of entirely dittereut
ipaoiea is ountrary to nature, hut ben
is the livtng proot of compkita imalga
■nation, wbiek shows that cv istural
laws are subject to exceptions. But
thara is another more striking pin
Boaaanoa in aoajaaotlon will, theaetrei
At a diatence of v quarter of a mile
one can see alandlilg out ia bold relief
ou the body of tho tree, or trees, the
letters "A X" in Gothic form, connected
by a character resembling au A. I j
efoeet inspection no truce can be found
of the letters. -hVihun,)' .
Tin: Sau Kiaueise.. Chrtmlett haa twice
within a year achieved Iriumphaul jour
lialism which, us reapeets detailed work
nud labor, are almost unprecedented in
tb.- aw lory of nawcpapirlaa; on ibe
American continent, and it goea without
aiying that iv special work of Ibis de
*" ebriptiou tin- United state, leads tin.
world. Tlie tirst tremondoui aohieva
naaat of the tViroiii.7'was in its hiator
ical accouut ot the Knights Templar, in
connection with thn late Trienuial Con
clavo held at Sau Krancisco. I bat was
a positive miracle ot journalism, which
ha- been accomplished by no New York
daily paper as reapeets auy single topic.
It involved an expenditure, nn intelli
gent antpping nut "I the subject treated
and a herculean labor almost without
precedent in any intellectual lie! I. Tbe
firat issue of tbo New York 11, raid
could have been tacked into that edition
of the Ckronieh one bun In ,I lime, with
out much expanding Ihe volume of that
unrivaled issue, tin the Uth inst. the
Ptwlwlali aujatka aa t.. the front iv
splendid style, it met tlm situation by
a triple sbe. tin which tbe whole history
of Odd Fellowj'.ip waa exhaustively
fctlimuai i/od; aud it contallie I, besides,
the won. ol every Odd Fellow iv Califor
nia, with an exact partieiilari/atiuu oi
each several lodge, its location, otboers,
More Particular About His Nights
"I went down and looked at that
bouse iv Curnnium street, dear, aaid
Mr. Crirr.eonbeaa to his.Mi.-athr.uk
last lha other matalag "1 thlak it is
just Hi. pin., that will sail na. In fact
J have decided to purchase it and spend
tbe rest of mv days there."
"Well, Mr. Crlmianhiak." replied the
wife, deeidudlv out of temper, ''I don't
care two straws whore yuei apead the
lest of your days, but what 1 am inter
ested in is where are you aoiug tc spend
your nights!" Keenbirj WtifriniMM.
Laai Bjnaday at ehur.li we übaui cad
Utf\Vl ill. ladles paid Illon: attention to
their texture than to tbe text.--/ > AhV
rfcfjakaaCalf, it appears then that you
go to crfhrch. Or is Ibis like your other
other paragraphs, pure hctiun.— iVoti
|S|.ei ial tn ths HaUW l>y the Western
Union Telegraph Company, j
I nn i n Wlreu Dlasrcarn'ed
s.n humueo, Muy If The wirca
are in IrOßbit i lit Ol Ogdcn.
Vluiillli'i'iit l.mialli.ii from Mra.
Sr. r'li.tNiTio. May 10. Thu follow
iiiL.- n i.-gram explain. lUelli "I" Mn.
| v ili I. Cooper, H.-lli Kiaiiri»ui):-- , Ou
tin. tlm auinvuraary nf my ■mt') birth
ilny, I dUh in tba )mu<ln nt my Itrotbor,
Mr. An.l Lelbrop, tin- sum ni *1000 to bu
UtmA ttnrioi ihe year ut yimr discietlon
lm tin. 1.111111 Itanium nuoar yon charge.
Ttiiii in uuita independent ni thn tIIKK)
I bnv/a uliiiiily donated lor thu Mission
(Signed) Mkm I.ki.im- stanhikh."
Mra. Coopar inland, t.i ..pen annthtT
kimlorgariou toon with this Utc<t ~,tt
lli-aw In liuvrnni'Dt HnnilM.
Man r'tUMMNW, May 16 - At tho early
rail to <lay g"Vcnnoeut with i|tlote.l
ll.lt At lliu ulnae they had diupped
'l it.' l.aat or 1 in- iti'iH-uiHti'M.
Han fm*»aUeu, Muy 111. the follow
iiik oHißntoh was received at tho Praald'
in, Sun Ifrancisco, from Iho Department
Of Arl/ouu, ilu-.il May ISfhl "t'.ililftin
Crawford telegraphs that Lieutenant
Knatar tßroad nvi-r to hint yesterday
•jo Ohfrioabttaa, four men mcl sixteen
w maad obi Idn n. Two sousofJuh
ar.. ami.nn tbam, Tin. parly ii thn laat
of the Cbirleahnas and Warm Spiing lv
diaus which had lieon in Mexico. All of
thooa Indiani urn now ou the nwrVb*
■Julldttalnt: the UAvernor.
Han Frani'iu'o, May 16. —It is stated
that several member! of the Republican
Mute Committee have Informed Oofer*
DOT BtOnotUM that ho would be expected
to call an electjOU this fall for Senators
in the odd numbered districts, and that
if he did not do so, the Republicans,
would mn candidates who, if elected,
would claim seats iv the Senate.
Tlm* Unuorlal Niatu-* llmllMturbed
Sw KitAM'isru, May 16.—A consider
able, amount of money was sent Hast to
dsy. Ordinary exchange on New York
is selling at thirty; Telegraphic has risen
tv one aad a half. Home <>f the bunks
hive '.tupped selling and several this
morning called on their customers to put
np further collateral on overdrafts. Tbe
market is iiiiHlTeciod otherwise.
Will* of llaheaa ror puts t.rsnt id.
Han Francisco, May HI. —Iv the cases
of Mrs. Martha Wilson nml Arthur
Wells, arrested charged with having
committed perjury in the Hharou ctse,
tho Supreme Court has, ou petition,
granted writs of habeas corpus in their
behalf, returnable before thu Superior
Court of Alameda county tomorrow,
Republ IraiiH Inliaranonlousi.
San Francisco, May 10.—At tbe
meeting this eveniug of thu Repub ictn
County Committee au elfort to roorgau
i/o tbe city clubs wus defeated.
Wheat nnit llarley Market
San Francisco, May 16.—Wheat,
sternly but dull; seller t?l .3Nj,<rt l.'W.
Barley, weak aud dull; buyer, .fjOitg
•li buyer, season, .874(<501.
The Mtoeu Hoard.
San Frvncinco, May 10. — Best &
Belcher, $*2 10; Chollur, $1 .10; Crown
Poiat,sl 40; Could A Curry, $1 50; Hale
& Noicross, sj-J.30; Mexican, #1.40;
Ophir, $1.50; Poiosi, .05; Savage, .80;
Siorra Nevada, $1.50: Uuion Consoli
dated, tj*J 05; Navajo, $3; Yellow
Jacket, $2.10) Belle Ide, ,55.
The Hmkslii Mtork Main.
SAiitAMKNTo, Cala., May 10.—The
HAt'gin stock sale on tho Kancho del
PaSO, to-day, was largely atteuded from
all points of tht: State. Tbo horses sold
to-day were roadster geldings. One
chestnut gelding, Mre-O. M. Catcher, Jr.,
i rOUght $.400, another colt by the same
horse, $a'EO. Eighty-three horSM were
disposed of at what are considered tt*
11 * nndy sutisl.ictoiy pricea to the seller.
Bidding «u< spirited. Thu aggregate,
sales were about #18,000. To-morrow
rtrtv, one and two-year-old trotting colts
aro to be sold.
What it Coats.
Major**, i hi- !Hnrdt>rpr, AI mors t
.tiitki'M Uood Mia Karaite From
Oaki-ani., May 10 -Lloyd L. Majors,
tke convicted murderer, who is eonhued
here and ia to bo cxc. utod on the 'J3rd
butentj made a despciale attempt to
MOafM from jad thii* morning, lna
struggle wiin tlie prisoner the jailor was
smitMisly but t. Mnjors succeeded in
broking his way out to tbe street, but
was soon recaptiiied lip two tireiucu and
safely locked up again.
CurroN, A. T., May 10.—Much
fooling is manifested in Chiton aud
Moronel over thu hanging ol John
Nichols, whone body was found twelve
in i lei mi 1111 h of Lordshnrg, IS. M.
Nichol-i lett Morcnci about a month ago,
will frovidoi with money, to visit some
adjoining camp snd was I i-t heard Irom
iv l.uitl.dtutg, N. It., abuut lodaysago.
The New Mexico authoritns will bo
urged to thoroughly in \ e»iit/ate toi
mysterious deatli, as it is bsswirod be
W4U foultv Inm deled.
r'uand IM-ad In Hed.
Salt Lakk, L'tah, May 10 ft bound
11. Murphy, oil*of tbe most prominent
citizens of Salt bale and widely known
on tha Pacitlo coast, was found dead in
bis bed th s morning from heart disease.
Ho wus Grand Representative id tbe
..rand Lodge of Odd Kellovis, and t.rand
TVeevrvreff ol tke Crand Lodge ofthe
Knights of Pythias
funeral or ehurlra O'Conor.
N«W Yiikk, May 10.—Tbe remains
of Ch.u los O'CoaOr were buried from St.
I'utriek'a ftoeaan Catholic t athedral this
morning. Three thousand people were
pus.-ni, among them atoecoeConkliag,
Moneignor Cupel, Biebopa atotiruder,
Haudrtuka, MoMnrruy and Wigger,
Wm. Krarta, Kn.w.ll I. Flower, Bl
Mayor Oraea, Banj, A Uri.tow.
.% Triple llanglnu;.
Ukf.kswi.i.k. 8, C, May I*.—Alfrrd
and damns McL'nllogli, father nml aon.
lor the murder of Kphraim Sax aud
Kiley Anderson, for thu murder of
Louise UrrAth and ber baby, were all
three banged ou tha same gallows to.
day. Tbe Go Tern or this morning re
fused In interfere.
Accident to the Flagship.
■terllNati iM luinae noil Hontlr*.
Ni.w VuBK, May 16 Sterling lulls
on London, till days, jsl.Mi; Sterling
lulls ou Loudon, sight dratts, $4.57; U.
S. 4j sof I SIM _ illtereet ipiarterly, $1.11;
C. tl, is, IW7, lain ni ipnitwlj M.la\|
C. s. :ta, optimal, quarterly, $I.U0;
W. U. Tel.. .521.
TlieTreawairy Be par tan eat A*ton
fMhefl Tlie MpnnlNli I'oiinul nl
Key avesal Tln eai. veil
\\ asiiiniitiin. May 16.—Same aston
iahiuent is meaifcatad at the Treaaetry
Ueparttnanl Otar Ihe decline in govern
ment secunliei, anil is only accounted
fur on the theory that houds were baring
rapidly convert, d into money to he used
in more prog table investments. Sec
retary Folger said this afternoon that
lie had received no information
from New York on tho subject nnd was
consequently unable to explain the de
cline, Tbe facl only JlWi.ikjo of oallad
lunula were ottered for redemption in
New York is regarded as au iudieatioii
that the pontile who bold bonds are not
Itu great need of money at present. A
aoaferanoe «l> held at the Treasury l>e
pertinent this afternoon as to the best
method ot relieving the linaneial
pressure iv New York. lv View
ol the .In line iv I per eenl. bonds it was
I proposed by the Se.-i. luiy lo autbon/e
' the purchase of these houds lv open
market. Ii wai virtually decided to
pareaa this eourae in ahae the de.-line
! eontiuu. a.
The .s. I tctury of tli*; Treasury today
1 received v telegram Irom Special Agent
Kabbn hi h<y Weak, saying that tha
■oa iuUiruMiMil iv iha Cuban iu
-1 aurrfitioii luivo publicly ,n -
ad IMt parpens nf aetag violence
' ogaioet the Spanish Cooaalat that place
; aad thai lie bad utTirad the fiancel the
I PfOteUtioa uf the Custom House, hot the
j offer waa declined. Se.Tetaiy Folger
j telegraphed to the Special Agent to COO*
] far with thu uaval authorities at Key
LOS AXGELES DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY MOTtXTNO, MAY 17, 18S4.
Weat and co-operate with them In the
protection of tbe life and proiterty of the
The Kv. in in, vi In Hi noltlj « Over
The Atlaatle Haak all Kiglit,
Ni S. \oiiK, May Hl.—The excite
meut ul the aeveral Brooklyn hanks has
calmed down. The Atlantic Stale BaoWW
a*M open to day hut no Imstneas waa
trauaaeled. Tbe Hank Kxaiuiuer t
through last niuht. lie found every-
Ihtug right andthe capital of the
Affair* ob Wall "street.
New Yokk, May lit.- The meeting at
th< Ch-aiing Houso to day reaulted in a
deci-mm to loan tv member* uf the As-o
otatiou all thu money required at par on
pledge of government Hucuntie*. Thia
will, it is thoughl, help materially to
case the prevailing stringency ot money.
A vi-it tv thu various banks on Walt
street found matters progressing >n thu
usual routine. At thu Metropolitan
lUnk bttainaaa was going ou as bature thu
temporary suspension vi the hank, Bus
iness at tho Produce Exchange was rath
er gloomy. Shippers' operations urn
.becked by the oxl rata* difficulty of sell
lug mcrhiig exchange. Prices arc all
l. wer ami tending do wll ward
« onildencc Rea ton .1 In Wall
•street Operator** Jubilant.
NV.w York, May 10 — While there
were fitt|iieut reucttoim und at times v
feverish letting under fear ot further
I'ailuieH, Ihe market showed a burdening
tendency, and as o'clock approached
and there wan net ouly uu lurther fail
ures hut the favorable, conditions multi
plied, there was gtu.it improvement in
brie. ■■ nud a largo demand lor stock*, the
day (-losing in a whii 1 of buoyancy such as
haa not been witnessed lor some time.
The upward movement wua aiiinulated
hy the lace that lh:) Bauk uf New York
bud loaned $.100,000 on govbrumuu't
bonds, and was willing to loan mure ou
the aaiuc aucurity; that the Clearing
Houso had issued £.'i0,000,000 in cortdi
catcH and expected tv issue a largo
amount more, uud that cons.titrable
gold had bueu ordered from tlie other
aide. An additional important tactor in
favor uf thu improvement uud easing ut
the money market wns cult loans buy
ing declined from 1 J percent. purdiem'to
fi ami 0 per cent, pur annum, with v more
liberal Miipply of Money uttering. The
change- from depression lo buoyancy late
iv the day was .cry marked. During
the day considerable money wa* received
from ull poinla and investor* also brought
heavy amounts into the street to buy
The KltUUtlnn St Hie Hailkli,
Nkw York, May lb*.—The run on the
Kinigraut ludustiial Havings Bauk
abated lu-day. $10,000 wua paid out
Tba Oruunwich Having-) Bauk run is
ended. There is a steudy run ou the
German Saving* li.uk, mostly women,
l ta ir were many deposits and hut few
drawing out at the Second National.
At the Hleuki-r Street Bunk the run
waa cunliued to Ittliaus. There was a
ma On the Seamuu's Savings Bauk, hut
tho deposits wero paid.
Merurltlea Turned Over by Fink
Nkw York, May 10.—Fisk & Hatch
to-day turned over $2, ~00,000 securities
left with them for safe keeping, and are
prepared tv return all securities deposited
with them as collaterals on loans aa soon
as tho latter are paid off.
It seems to he tho general impression
iv Wall Street circles that all danger uf
renewal of the disturbances uf tbe post
few days are over.
ft-'ew lloiiilm Offered o«s Folffer'fi
tall- The Panic Over.
New York, May 16. — The Sub-
Treasurer hero reports only $10!*,
--000 ii) bonds ottered for redump
tion under Folger's proposition to
redeem in anticipation of the
dato of the call. The Clearing House
I.ink . have agreed to ndvai.ee $20,000,
000 on government bonds, if necessary,
to protect (he market. Atl evidenced
go to ahow that the period of semi-panic
ta over, and that monetary utfairs will
gradually return to their accustomed
Card From Donnell. Lawsoa cV
Nkw York, May 10 — Pounell, Law
sou ft Simpson, who fuilcd, haudud this
card to thn Associated Pros* reporter:
To our I'reditom: SfRH-lt is with
great sorrow we ure compelled to report
our suspension, which has been brought
about by it combination of circumstances
over which wo had no control. We cun
only request those having claims against
us 10 exted such comideiation and In
dulgence as is poasible, ai, otherwise,
our assets may bo sacrificed to prejudici
al parties. As tbe best means of realiz
ing from our nesets and securing
our creditors, we have made as
signments of all the assets of
the linn; also tho individual assets
of each member of the firm wherever
situated to our confidential clerk, R. H.
Neems, who has been in our employ for
twelve years, and is as well ncijuainted
with our business and the character of
the asset*, aa any nu tuber of the linn.
L'nder his n>ana*;ement, with the as
sistance of every member of the
firm, who propose to give him
every possible aid iv executing his
trust, we feel warrant<ed in saying that,
by this means, evert fatter ttut tea
possibly be realized will be secured. We
hops: to be able to pay all our liabilities
if onr busioe>s is prodeutly manag.d and
oar assets sre not to be sacrificed, anil
we hope you will concur io and endorse
the plans pr.ipfrsed. (Signed ]
l» ■ lata* Lswaoii A Simpson."
HtMjl mail brings in remittances to the
fiirn, which are being turned over to the
-dber banks as fast as instructions aie
Rktilin, May 10.—The Kmpcror ac
■ < l>tt rt tin- i ei'unrttion of "haniarek frmn
the Presidency of the Cabinet and ap
pointed as his t-uccenior Hetticlier, I'rtr*'
s.au Minister of Statu.
t'ranre and China.
BaUHOMAI, May 10.-The French Ad
miritl Le-pi H goes to Tientsiu to piepaie
a new commercial treaty.
The Aiaerlran I'anlr Matched
M Ith 4'urluKllj'.
biMM.N, May 16. -Tho iVesM •»«/■•
"The city reganla the American linnn
with curi'jsity rather than alarm. It is
bflievml the situation will im#rov«
when the weak financial com:, ins aie
That any person or persons who have
performed labor upon or furniditd ma
terials for the construction ot sai 1 work
or improvement may lile, within the sitnl
fifteen days, with the City Treas
urer of the city of l,oa Angeles, any writ
ten claim or claims he or they may make
on account nf such labor performed or
materitils furnished, and at the expira
tion of said tifteeu days said City Treat
■rat shall pay to tbe aaid contractor the
amount speciliud in this resolution, Igj*
the aggregate amount ot all Mich claims,
if any, li.cd in accoribmce wilh Ihe pro
visions of Section 15 of "Au net to pro
vide for the improvement of streets,
lanes, alleys, ourt-i, places aud side
walks, and the construction of sewers,
within municipalities," approved Mnrch
6th, 1883. Should any money be re
tained by said City Treasurer on ace Hint
of any such cUim or claim*, he shall pay
ov. r the amount of rnch claim only
upon the onler therefor of aaid con
tractor, endorsed hy the claimant there
of, or upon the order t beret or ef any
court of competent jurisdiction.
Opposed to Division.
A lawyer rcceiv*d a visit tbo other
day from a farmer in a neighboring
county, who stated that be had fallen
into ttoiihle with Home of hit relatives
over the division of au estate.
"What's the amount? 'aikud the law
"About $7000. I was thinking I'd
make you this proposition: If you'll
tako the case and recover the $7000 I'll
give you (fSOOo of it.''
"My dear sir," eaJmy replied the at
tortiey without the least chauge of
couuienance, "you bad best consult
some police court shyster. I should not
only want the whole |70t*a\ bnt a re
taining fee of at h ast > .00 • I nevor
divide with any man."
The farnor has concluded md to have
"Hello! Where are yon going! Don't
M up there; it's dangerous."
"What's the matter."
8m;. S. The Clerk of tbe Council shall
certify to the passage of this resolution
and shall cause the saiim to be published
once in the Ix>s Angeles Daily Hkrai.d,
and thereupon and thereafter it shall
take etiect and he in force.
"They are going to explode a blast up
therein a few minutes."
"Well, there ain't any danger, I
"Yes there is."
"Oh, no; | guess not. I see a police
man up there, and if there was auy dan
ger he wnuldu't be there."— SumrrriUe
1 hereby certify tint the foregoing
resolution was adopted by the ('ouneil
of the City of Los Angeles at its meet
ing of May I ith, A. D. 1884.
A party of thirty San Franciscans, Mr.
niaailU ol lh.' Southern I'ani tic bring
■■CTM them, says tin- Salinas Democrat,
have leaned ih. K-)|iiuoNa l*akf, intend
iM to atock it at MM «aith ot) ( 0(K) trout
hatched at Monter< y, ami are building a
lodge upon the shore to preserve its
waters b>r shooting ducks aud geese in
winter. The shores and bottom of the
lake are muddy, and bonce the front
cannot bn c I, but inasmuch aa the sup
ply oi water is maintained by copious
springs U ia ulways co.d and fresh, ao
tbat the impoitod tish will live and
attain their full size, which, under
such circumstances, becomes remark
\V. W. KoPI*RON,
Clerk of the Conncil of tho city of Los
Approved thii 15th day of May,
A. I>. MM* C. E. Tuou,
HOTEL ARRIVALS YESTERDAY
BT. CHAKLKN HOTEL
f llakinin. ISMrnaa W H Hht-%, Ksnsss
A Ktiiiin \ Ton-til.., i '.iii * X Kf* nt , (luiairdo
A M Uroffh, do 11 I, lUriHdtiT, Conn
I) A deid, Ksnchito H nsiwi. fToisilOWS T. x
klLiltehop.Stri.nl " « .1.i*... .\ .'. f. Rivs'd*
J O Ms«l**a, asu Krsaclsce.
Attention. Sir Knights.
You sre hereby commanded to assemble st the
Asylum of t'taur <le Utrfi ('••iiiiesndury, K. T., oo
Sunday. May lath, nt 1 r. a., Nbarp, fur the par
pose of tttUiiilliig the funeral ot our decessed
Fraler. T. J. Cant, le.
Ilv order ut K. V. T. H. WARD, 0. 0.
mv 17.21 W. W. ROSB. Recorder.
There will be » special meting of a
Slirnet Chanter No. «, K. A. M.. bun- «/\_
Uav 18th. IBai, nt l o'clock r. a., sham. /\ t K
*t Masonic Hall, McDonald Block, for '
ths ptirpowi of atteielloir the funoral of our Ute
Companion. Thos. J. (Jay-stile. All eompawions
t.ru requested to he present so ss to turn out in
rrffallatm a t >. h .
H. V. BISCAILUZ, Secretary.
Express copy. myU-nt
A. O. TJ. W. Funeral Notice
TUB MEMBERS OF LOB ANGELES LODGE,
No. f.G, A. 0. 17. W.. aro hereby notified to
meet st their Hall, on Hundtjr, Muy ISth, at
1 r. a., sharp, '.o attend tha funeral ot Brother
Attention Is eatled to the suction referring to
funeral attendance in our By Laws.
Members of Southern (Jaltiorala LodKe, No. lftl
are reapectfullv invited to partinipnte.
TH«iB MoOArTKBr, M. W.
ByCHAs. 11. WHITE, ftsoarosr. iuyi7-2t
Room and Board Wanted.
Br A QENILKMAN AND WIPE. NO CHlL
dren. Must bo within 10 minutes walk of
i'ustofuce. D, this "Hi -v. It
In Old Santa Monica CaQon, for the season,
ths Bath House, with 75 suits, dwelling I ouse
aud bar, all combined. Enquire of M Duffy,
Santa Uonloa. m>l7lw
rOR SALE OR TO HIHT-
A house of 6 large rooms on Fifth street, Santa
Monica. Address hi. Duffy, Santa Monica, Cal.
nay 17 1 w
Y. IM. C. A. ROOMS,
17 Main Itrait, lv J.y, Irooi 11 to}. lt
Locksmith & Bell-hanger.
Al< klmls of repstrhn: promptly attend.d to, and
Ko. S3 First, near Los Aagelrs Mt.
Proposals to receive and disburse
the public moneys of tbe Oity of
Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals
will he received by thu undersigned up to the
Meeting ol the Council of the city of Los Augelos
of May Ltith, A. l>. 1894, Irom any bank of de
posit in the City of Los Augeles, as to the teruis
aud conditions upon which It will receive and
d.Mbursu the public moneys of said city.
The pro|K>sals to be made shall specify tho rate
of interest per uiauth tnat will be allowed upon
such deposits ol public moneys. Tbe contract
tor such deposit to be mude under thu provisions
of Section **1, Article XII. o* an Act of the Legis
lature of tin-State of Calilornla, entitled, "An
Act to amend nn Act entitled, 'au Act to revise
an Act entitled au Act to amend thu charter of
the City of Los Anueles, to dellna its limits and
right;*, to eulaige ita powers and provide for its
iinne etUeient governiueut,' approved April Ist,
18711, approved March 30th, 1878."
Tho City reserved the right to reject auy and
W. W. ROBINSON',
Clerk of ths Council of the City of Los AiiKT.es.
Los Angeles, May 10th, A D. ISB4. my 17 St
riNC PIANO FOR SALE. "
A flue rosewood oiaiio, in good order, cheap, at
309 Virginia avenue, Boyle Heights. myl6-lw
FOR SALE] "
■000 Paprr* Frrxb I'lawrr HrpdK:
aiVL-vt I otatu, Tuniato .uu L'.bb»tfu Pl.nto.
lIIOKS, DUPUY * CO.,
bXU-1* SoeJiiuen, U West Fint Utieet.
Admitted to the Firm.
Mr. I. N. .I.ii-.'1.v.1i.. bwu Hhtiitt.-.i thi. U.y
a. a ii.t-inh. i ul our Am..
Ln. Awi-Ici, M.y Ist, 1834. mylO St
WANTED TO INVEST.
A koo.l oit.-> woulil like tv Invert
■10,000 to »la,W» In sui.ij .ctlt. bu.iue«». Ad
■Ir.- . J. B.ker, ll.ralu ..m„.. mylO 2t
A GOOD CHANCE.
Wanted--An energetic maii. with from t3OO to
WIJO capital, fnr « iruod bu.inoM th.t will pay a
[irollt ut *.<.) per luonth the year around. Call
at the ultlce ol Wright & Co., Urronde Blix-k,
100 f lrnt atreet, it,,.*, 13. mi la st
Sunday, May 18th,
By the Dramatic Section of the Society, with ths
MR. OTTO MAEHL,
A Comedy In one Act, from KOTZEBUE.
Doors open at hfte p. a.
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Will Kive . courts ot Hlx 1..tn... on eminent
Author., un Muinl.vs, Wwhu.dnv.and M.lurd.j.
at the Parlor, ul tn. I'n.l.jteriaii < hureh, , or
ner of IMM. aiu Port btrieU, OOWMMHCi.
Monilit)' »\l, Sa> lillli,
Ut>r.| s.ibjceU; Rd*tnAnwlrL Palzae,
IK tale Pelllllet, Tountelii, 11, S»inl„,i,rn.
Ticket, for cour.e,S3. Single tii kit.to U had
I'-.r a lot Mul 72 feet, two blocks from Downey
sve, >ie. Kirpartn tilars euimire of
M. P. CUTLER,
f Room 2, Allen lllock
MISS ALICE M. WATKINB,
I'OIITK/tIT I- 4IM Fit IM OIL*,
ll«. HMIm ftudlo ut 304) North Main
Strett. t'U..e. in hraviine i.nd I'aiutinfr. Mon
'ay, We.l, la. „,, I Fri.la,. Hour, from 2un
ins r. M. Tmu.mo.ler.te. Studio,HooiuNo. 0.
Mi.- Hi,-, Wilkin. In,.irtili invlt.. I.die. ami
imtMtM. ItttotWMtd in art to vl.lt hr Htudlo.
fltnns BnUdhsffS, fnunilatlona and reservoirs.
All kinds of atone masonry done promptly at
reaiioiiKldu rates. All work ituaranteeU.
tiW Ad.lrtsas or call at United States Hotel, Loa
Angelea, my 15 9m
OPENINC OF THE OPERA HOUSE.
273 North Main SI., Rose Block,
Opening May 19.
The public ar« IMNIMIy invited to
view this niayjniticcut collection.
The vnmf rnnrleisy extended to
all, whether purchasers
or vial tors*
Mt iii citizen and his lamlly cordially invited.
How Cheap Pictures are Made.
(St. Louis aWpub.ican.l
"Do yon know how these pictures are
painted*" inquired an art connoisseur of
a reportsr, referring to the paintings ditt
plaved mi an "art auction home."
The newspaper man confessed. ( his
ignorance, aud asked to he informed:
"Well, 1 will tell you a slory regard
ing their cnstruclion as It was told to
me hy a thoroughly reliahle parly. He
said he kuew au aitst in Chicago who
was a good tamccr, hut had wrecked
himself by drink. Broken down, he
took to painting pictures for anclloneeri*,
and this is bow liv did it: He would
spread a long strip ot canvas along the
room aod then murk it off into sections
the size he intendod lo make the pic
tures. Next he would mix up nhout a
dozen pots of r-alnta— ai many colors ss
it was necessary for him to uae. Taking
the brush from ods pot be would paiut
a dauh, a tree or something on t-ach
section; then ha would take up another
and go along the strip of canvas daubing
wnttr or houses ou each picture, and ao
on till ho had turned out tbe whole
string, all alike, you know. Iv this way
be managed tv paint about tweuty pic
tures a day. lie received seventy-five
cunts for each picture. My informant
asiiired me this was all he was paid.
Well, that would he about s l."» for the
day's work. This would he enough for
the artist to go off ou a drunk with, and
that is jtißt what he would do, and re
main drunk for A few duys. Then hia
funds would he out and he would go to
work agAiu. Iv this way bo managed
to keep atluat and he drunk the greater
part of tlie time. You oan understand
how these fellows can sell pictures for a
Intl.- and y«t thrive. If tley sell a pic
ture at all they make money on it, as it
OOtts them nothing. Thu frAmes they
get for about fifty cents apiece, :a they
uy mi mauy at a time. Why, $2.50
pays theia well for a picture."
A Prospective Millionaire Editor.
Mr. Young E. Allison, managing ed
itor of thu Louisville Commercial, has
always kept his princely acoitmnta'iou
of nioutvy in un old sock tucked under
the bureau. But of late he has beeu
studying the Vusiness habits of other
wealthy men, and, after a desperate
struggle, haa finally broken away from
bis old methods and opened a bauk
account. Yes, last week he startled the
oth. era of tbe Bank of Louisville hy de
positing, all in one pile, not less than
f7 Oil. Kvery duy slnue that he has
walked down to the bank to im-uire if
everything was all right, and has taken
an excited interest in the laws relatlug
to bank inspections and reports.
Last Monday Mra. Allison remarked
that tbe last bottle of champagne tiad
been served for dinner, aud that if he
would givo her ths money she would
attend to ihe purchase of another ca*e.
"Not money, my dear; never let me
bear you speak of money again. I have
a bank account now, you know." Mrs.
Allison, poor woman, did not kuow what
that meant, and stood before her huu
battd almost ready to cry. "Yon know,
my dear, we ineu with bank accounts
never give money; we give our—am—
what is it we call 'em?—our—oh, yes,
our draft." Iv an hour Mrs. Allison
appeared at the bank aud asked for tha
proprietor. "You ineau the president?
He is not in the city." "Well, that's
funny that he should go away when our
money is iv here. Where's the other
in to f The vice-president aud cashier
both happened to he out, but tbe paying
teller politely asked if he could not
trannact the hustitc a. "I don't know,"
suid Mrs, A.; "maybe >ou can. Heie
is a null* my husband seat down." The
paying teller took tbe paper and read:
"Bank of Louisville, dear sir, please
pay Maggie $3.80 aud oblige her'atfec
tionate husband, Young K. Allison."
The Dude's Revenge.
One of tbe richest things, says Truth,
I have heard lately is going the rounds.
It is sufficiently vouchsd for to make it
interesting. A dudish youug husband
in tbis city—l have too much pity for
him to give his name—returned to Itis
once pleasant home early one evening
recently, uud as he eutsred the door be
wns nearly struck dumb at the sight
which met his giize. He saw a little
love scene going on betweeu his fair
young wife ami an extremely dudish
youug man. Whether their boldness
was due to the fact that the husband
wa« a crawm coward or not I ctn't say,
but at any rale the alfivtioiishi ) ;i't' con
tinued lo embrace each other. The
husband wanted revenge in some way,
hut he hadn't pluck enough to pitch
into the fellow who was enjoying "stolen
sweets." Seeing his rival's silk umbrella
in the hat-ruck, he seized it spitefully,
and as ho broke it across bis knfe, ex
cloimed: "There, now, I hope it will
rain real hard to-morrow."
"Toilet Hints for Homely Women lia
is the title of a newly published book.
There won't he a demand for a single
copy of the work in Philadelphia —
Philadelphia Press, but that's no sign
that a hundred thousand of tbem might
not be appropriately purchased in I'tnl
adetphia - -Botton Pott.
The new telephone will transmit a
whisper 7<">o miles, This enables a man
to flirt with another man's wife out ot
Resolution No 279
A resolution ordering tbe l aytueut fur
the ijradii>Kand improvement of Buena
Vi tv street, betweeu Hi 'h and Virgin
lie it tesnlved hy the Mayor and Conn
cil of tbe City of Los Angeles:
Skction I. Thy Cily Treasurer of the
city of Los Angoles is hereby directed
to pay out of the Huei a Vista atreet
improvement between High and Virgin
streets fund, ut (lie expiration of l item
days alter the ptavSrgi of thin resolution,
to A. 0. Mappa und K. Gay, the con
tiactors for the grading aud iiupicne
ment of said Hurjuu \'istu alreel, bclweeu
Hi.'h aud Virgin sticcts, the sum of ten
hundred ami ninety dollars and sixty
jight cents (1000.88)1 provide.!, however,
that said payment by tlm Cily TisSMlllili
shall be subject to the following provt
NSW TO-PAY. NKW TO-DAY. NEW TO-PAY.
Si Bp The Peerless Dry Roods Emporium mm
OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
105 AND 107 NORTH SPRING STREET.
The Largest Stock. The Fiaest Goods.
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Black Silks | Headquarters | Black Silks
The following explulua HnelT:
Silh SilkS I" A. COMBRICH A Fit 3, ! gfth Ojlfrs
Cllna, OUU , 0 BouloVßld st Denlll( m VAug}c d l lft Km 01U5, OllaS
CITY Pa sis, Is lor Mars, ISSs. OITY
Messrs. Stern, Cahn & Loeb, Los Aigelas.
Call mi nia. *
OP DsAaSta«;- We Wg to inform you that OF
w wo have appointed you sole agents for Wa^
Los Angeles county, California, tortliv sals of
wy ja r>lO cur silks ' (Jacheiuire YUle do Paris," branded m% m\ ajaasn
"AIIIOi -Will not Cut nor Crease." We hat enodoubt t*Mff 19.
thestixilks will meet in your market thi same
lilith success llii'y have met with eh-swherij,
iHtt.ffln I •^nasagj r g , '| sills, Sills
We have now In stock a full assortment of this celebrated make
Our IMces will he fouud as low as those charged for rery Inferior
Our Dress Goods Department U perfection Itself.
Our Fancy Goods Department cannot be equ-iled In this city.
Our Ladies' Hosiery aud Uuudm wear Departments cannot be sur
Oar Cloak Department is in charge of an expert cloak manufac i
tin or, and for perfect litting garments and magnificent styles can cer
tainly not be equaled in Southern California.
We have just received and added to onr immense stock a com
pteto aud beautiful line of
"PLUMES AND TIPS."
We sarry the itneat Hue. of Ueullemen'a Kurui.biuir Good, in Lo.
ONE PRICE. PLAIN FIGURES. NO DEVIATION.
BTERN, CAHN &s LOEB.
l— - 1 'B-m—Bst —l » J~i—-ts-Bam mas-asasi p
You cannot afford to lose the oppor
tunity to save money that I aiu now offering
to purchasers of goods. I earnestly invite
all to examine my Stock and learn prices.
Ity so doing, I am sure yon will be convinced
that I am selling lower than any other house
in town. H. B. FOX.
aprUtf 3« North Spring SI.
;nl BROTHERS, A^V
I : 118NorthMain8tMet,'^r3
Spring and Sannaer 1884 Snlllncs and TrounerslMtta Just re
eelTtd, are new In design, and of Bnent fabrics.
Ready Made Clothing!
The laleal styles for tbesoaaon are in CnUw.y Sacka and 4 ballon -
Cutaway Frocka, aatin faced. loDg-roll OcoaU a:id Ulalemtlea.
We bavo tailor, on the pramiaea wbo tako particular paina iv
b'ttiug ready made i-'ainictita.
Boys' Ready-Made Clothing.
"WH 19 TJEJ Xt* "V XI laT'ißl
Artistic Portrait Photography Only !
THE INSTANTANBOOS PROCESS FOR OHILDREN.
Call and examine Specimens nt No. iS South Main Street.
Kensington Decorative Art' Rooms.
Fancy Coods, Mtllinrry, l.adleii' and Chlldrrn'i Vaderwrar.
COMPLETE WARDROBE FOR INFANTS.
HOSIERY, CORBETB, HOOPSKIRTS, ETC., ETC.
aWlnirtrucllnn |rlv.ll lv Chenille. Oriental Itlbbo:i, Arram enc and Remington Smbroidery.
myiott 34 Honth Sprlna fitreef,
-. A OBANU
First-< lass Pullman Car Ronltd Trip Excursion,
»TCRI»nV REDUCID RATES, Will «»»■ "W MCCLIt FSR
KANSAS CITY, ST, LOUIS, # CHICAGO
And other Rafttcrn point.,
3VIA.Y 37TH. I*3S3-*.
Will.rrlv.l.Chlc«olnllm.to.tt.adboth lh. Or..t N.tlou.l PtaltaNllOlßlaftll*.
MONTHS tlm. In which to make the round trip
Th F . iir^on"ill ilv" th. l«ople of 1.0. the nio.t l.i ..r.1.1c oliportunity f»er oiler./
to take a urTt'll- .„J»f«rn at a co.l ol but Uttit more ItM halt the ordinary rate.
Kor particular, apply to W. X WILI.WORR.
nooui I, Fir.t Moor. P. O. Bwikknw,
Or* P HII.I.IP« * «O. 841 North Main Bt, tan An,el.., U.I. mil lc
LADIES' HAIR DRESSER 1
Ami Manufactursr of Practlml Thfatrlctd, Faahlonable, Oniainsntal an I Artistic lIAIR WOR X;
-ul" KSds "rli IMff-, Wltrs. Ilalf-Wlis. Wave, or Front I'lsees, FasfdrHiaMs fmlfuris., Hair
J«welrv Hair Flowera. Monuiiifiitnl Dcvl.ea In memory of lost telative and frmnda. Alsu TIIK AT
HIOAI. WiOfl ANI» HKAKIIS, Ktc.
No. 118 FIB NT HTBEET. NADEAU HLOCK, hnn Angi U
Mr \ laras and selsct stock of all kinds ol . lair floods at the l-owast Prtesa always an hsnd
IjuMtm' and Cklldren's Hair lmisalnv. Cuttlm/, Hharnpooliisr and l'nrlin« In thu most artistic m.n
nar *• 3 -
Central Committee !
A nwettiiß of tho l*iu<». rati,- Central Commit
Ux ol lax Anit.le. County .111 b. 0.1,1 at tb.
0181-. of the S*?r«tar>', lv tb.
Allen Block, Loa Angeles,
Saturday, May 17th, 1884,
At 11 o'clock A. ft.
J- Da Barth Shusb. Cbalrmae
Waltkr D. SrarHaasoN, SscreUry. my Utd
Attention, Democrats I
A mutlnf will t>. bald
Saturday Eve., May 17th,
At tha Ladles' Room of the
TURN VEREIN HALL,
All Democrats of tha Third Ward ara Invited
to atteud. myis-tt
The prominent arti.l. have . 00.
. 1u,i,.,i to hold .
SpniNu A;tni» Sale
In thi. rltT. In order to five the eltltene of thi.
p.rt of thu Mt.te oqual faclitie. to purobace
L'HOIt'K OIL r tIHTIIIiH
A* th,. would h..e In flan Prwici«to. We IwV.
pl«a.ure In pnaentln. to tn. ln.|KK-tlo. ot
th. nitiiena ol LaM Aattelaaawd' victßlty
a tin. coUeotloik of
IM CHOII'K OIL r*IMTIM«l»I.
All handwmelr Inroad. The Pawitinf. .ill b«
ii|,nu frM elhlhitloti Faioar and Mart'.D.r,
Hmi 10th .nd Uth. at tb. Rot* known ai
No tn N. Main Ht, In McDonald Block (Signed. ,
Vo. Pi.....0r, Nltoilaa,
Hilt, Iti'KHri i
RoOKioritt. and other.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY IBTH,
At7:9oodork AIM, on
M.turtl.v Artcrnoon, May 17th.
AIS SOo'clock, .nn theclnalnit ulc on
•.laratatrßvnttliiK, al 7:llOo'rl.rk.
At the wiore known a.
In Uolionald Block.
NO. 23 NORTH MAIN BTRRBT,
The .liovr mentioned Grand Combination
TOTF,- The rVIWMWI now on fr,-. rCMwt
tion, and Catalog, v.« can l,e oliUlneil at Sale
room. Th. publi,? are ri'.pccttullv Invited to ex
.mine Ihealiov,, tnentionwl picture..
Nu.t.o. in. k dan, Auctioneer..
G»o. C. LUMMfOM, Auctioneer mvl.l :tt
Ventnrt Livery, Fesd ana Bala
fouth Main Nn. 88, hetweon Peeondaml
Third 1.,» Anuel,., Cala. Hi» hoaMed h»
tho d.r, wcel.- or m nth. llor.c. I..,uifht «v I
■old, liuirale. «i„l c.rrl.xe. to let, wllh or wiih
"tit tern., at reft.on.bl. rate..
W. r. HATCHIR, Proprietor.
Formerly proprietor of Ut. Btouh E.ch.n,e, 117
Flret rlteet, Ln, Arwehx, Cal., aaylMl
The annual tneetln-f of the .lockholder.' of tb.
C.lit riua 1,an.l Impmioinant CMpMy. 'of UM
.lection of Uin l ... anil.imb othar Innlnea.
may l.c priMnte.l, wlllb. rwhtat Unorflce of tt*
UHi.uan.. on Mond.y. May to*, «w»
o'clock r. a.. at th.tr etlkj. In l/t- An«.lM, Oal.