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CO LITER'S COLUMN.
WRAP DEPARTMENT AT- - B. F. COULTER'S. Come and see the elegant garments in this department. DOLMANS In Black Gros Grain and Soudan Silks, Repp and Radizmir .Satins, elaborately trimmed and freshest de signs at COULTER'S. PELISSES, , Tight fitting, Tailor-Made, Soliel Ottoman and Mentz Cloths, very dressy gar ments, at * COULTER'S. MANTELETTES, Light and airy garments in Soudan and Corden' Silks, Soliel Ottoman, at COULTER'S. TALMAS, All Paris-cut garments, trim med with laces and fringes, decidedly street wraps, at COULTER'S. CAPES, A pleasant wrap for a lady desiring a light garment. In it you find comfort combined with dress, at COULTER'S. RAGLANS In plaids and plain colors, all Tailor-Made garments, at COULTEK'S. RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, The most useful garment EVER YET PRESENTED to the ladies, always ready for dress. Wraps and Dus ters in black and colors, all sizes and prices, at COULTER'S. JERSEYS. Braided and Trimmed Jer seys, Promenade and Plain Jerseys in black and colors, alt prices, at COULTER'S. JERSEY STOCKINETTE By the yard in black and colors, at COULTER'S. ULSTERS For traveling and driving, in all colors at the lowest prices, at COULTER'S. DUSTERS In Mohair, Linen and Pop lin, large sizes, a speciality, at closest prices, at COULTER'S. SHAWLS. Elegant Tinsel Opera Shawls English Ohuddah " Striped Ottoman " Broche " Shetland Shawls in leading colora, Cashmere Shawls in black aad colors. In conclusion we say that we offer Special Inducements to purchasers in this depart ment. We cordially invite you to visit our store. B. P. COULTER. BLACK SILKS. We call especial attention to our PRINCESS SILK, which is not excelled, if equaled, on this coast for durability, finish, lustrous black and cheapness. We warrant this equal to any Silk at the price. Black Silks at 75c, 90c, $'■25. $«.So. $1.75. 1200, $2-25. $2 50; also Cheney Brothers' Silks. Bargains in Colored Silks and the Latest and Prettiest Styles. Don't buy your Silks without looking at our stock. B. F. COULTER. BATHING SUIT FLAN NEL. We have had FLANNEL manufactured by the LOS ANGELES WOOL E N MILL especially for this purpose. Yours respectfully, B.F. COULTER, 236 & 238 N. Main St. BAKER BLOCK. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SER VICE, U. S. ARMY. Division ol Talearami and Reports tor the lien fit uf Isuuiuerce snd Atrriculture. Iteisirl of el. ■creations taken at Los Ana. lee, Oal., Mar 17, MM- I 1 I k s 9 4 LOCAL BREVITIES. Sea advertiaemeut of loat. The popular resort -the Rink. tf "Nectar" clgara, P. O. Cigar Store, tf See adverlisetneut of $50 Reward. See advertisement of rare cloture for small capital. The fatuous Buck beer to-day, 24 North Main slreet. ml/ Jt Barley ia lv good demand at from 75c to 80c per cental. Letup's St. Liuis Buck beer to-day, 24 Kefth Main alreet. ml7-2t C. B. Milea Millies to inveat $5000. See advertiaemeut. Snow-white Eastern codtish at 11. Jevne'a, 3S Nortli Spring atreet. A girl to do housework ia advertised for under New To-day. A Common Sense iucubator ia adver tised for lata iv our New To-day, Wbile Hose floor can be bad at H. Jevne'a, 38 North Spring atreet. The Laugrisbe Company left for Sau Diego by ateainer yeeterday afternoon. Dupee bania aud bacon, .mall and large sizes, from Chicago, at H. Jevne's. All the druggists are selling Peck's Premium Perfume, and Elite Bouquet. Bishop A. Beala will lecture tbia (Sunday) evening at Odd Fellow's Hall. Out reader, should not forget the dra matic performance at Turnvereiu Hall to-uight. A large number of Angelefioa return from San Francisco by today's over laud Irain. Sefior Guerofo is building three houses ou Figueroa and Temple street., ou the Park tract. Mr. J. E. Durkee, the well known freighter from Tombstono, is stopping at tbe St. Klmo. Messrs. Hicks, Dupuy ft Co. in onr New To day advertise for 1000 pounds of pumpkiu seed. A local astsayer haa found nickel In ore from Calico. The ore is a variety known as kupfer-uicktl. Mr. Penny is going west, and building a house in tbe west aide uf town on the Ocean View tract. The annual picnic of Confidence Eu gine Company No. 2 will lake place at tbe City I;aniens to-day. Thermometer fur the 24 hours ending at 8:15 laat evening: Maximum, 72 degreee; minimum, 55 degrees. Seaside Cologne, Seaside Cologne, Seaside Cologne, Seaside Cologne, Sea side Cologne, Seaside Cologne. Mr. Brum, Fink, formerly bookkeeper of tbe Oro Grande Mining Company, returns to Milwaukee to-morrow. Mr. D. M. llarwood haa removed from Orange to Calico, where be ia at work ou Ihe Little Bonanza mine. Dr. J. Campbell Sborb, of San Fran elseo, was iv the city yesterday, and made a call at the Uekai.d olliee. The hour for Universalis! service, at Bryson Hall, has been changed from utorniug to eveniug, at 7:30 o'clock. Thirty passengers left for San flirgo per steamer Orizalsa. Tbe same steamer leavea for Ibe north to-morrow morning. Tbe best time liii. year to have Buck beer is to-day only, at 24 North Main street, Lamps beer agency. ml7-2t First-class piano, and organs, uew and second-band, for aale and to rent. Val entine's music atore, 27 N. Mam street. api27-if Stern ft Rosea 1871 Port, and E. J. Baldwin's 1875 Brandies, at H. J. Woollacotts, 24! and 28 North Spring street. Onr fanners wbo bad plenty of coin to sell are smiling now at the price, which haa alowly advanced from $1.20 to $1.60 percental. There waa quite a fall of raiu in the mountaius ysslerdsy, while Ihe weather in tbe city waa delightful. Rain fell a yi ar ago yesterday. No house in Southern California car ries aa Urge and well selected atock of fancy and staple groceries as H. Jevne, 38 North Spring atreet. Ths attention of parties seeking lands, suitable for colonies, ia directed to tbe advertisement headed $50,000 to $100, --000 in our New To-day column. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wait*, of River side, are visiting friends in tbe city. Mrs. Waite aa Miss Jesaie E. Berry, formerly resided iv Lo, Augeles. Mr. J. M. Davies, Secretary nf the Board of Trade, ba. been tu.seliug for a few days witb pneumonia, but la nuw apparently about ua good as new. Bevetel families from Southern Texas are eu route to Loa Angele. with a view to making thi. couoty their home. One of tbe gentlemen is an old orchard!.! from Florida. All firemen wearing tbe uniform of Iheir respective companies will be ad mitted free to the picnic of Confidence Engine Company No. 2 at tlie City Gardens to-day. Rev. E. S. Chase, of the Asbury Methodist Church, Kast l.os Angeles, will diecuursa to-day at tl o'clock a. »., ''Our Resurrection bodies." At 7:30 h. si., 'The Fsgle'. Nest." Mrs. Langdou and Miss Losee have pnrehased tba house and three Int. ot Mr. Ralph Rogers ou Temple street, to which place they will remove their Kindergai ten school in a few days. The professional card of Dr. F. R. Frost, physiciau aud surgeon, will be fonad elsewhere in thi. morning's Un; ald. Hia offioe are rooma 17 ami 18 Phillips Block, Nu. 38 Nurth 'Main street. Alt persons wanting oil paintings, water color, or engravings, ahould attend tbe closing aale on Mondsy after neon at 2:31) aud the graud wind up at auction Monday eveniug at 7:30, at No. 23 North Main street. The members of the Loa Angeles Typo graphical Cuiou, No. 171, are requested to meet to day (Sunday) at 1 r; it. at Juatiee Ling's Court-room, to nuke ar rangements for attending tbe funeral of Mr. T. J. Caystile at 3:30 o'clock. A number of valuable and appropriate articles, contributed by H. Siegel, Dillon ft Kenealy, Polaaki Bio'hers, and the People's Store, will be given as prizes at the picnic of Confidence Eugine Com pany No. 2, at the Cily Gardens to day. Poultry still continue, very high and sold yesterday at $7 per dozen. Who will start a large chicken raneho. There are million, in the business, aud pupal etion iacrea.es faster than the fowls. Here is a bint for onr reader, iv Antelope valley. T It is aaid that artesian wells can be ob tained at but little depth along the line uf tbe proposed new in Iroad to Ventura, where it passes for twenty miles along the sunlit side of Ibe Saa Fernando valley. There I, no doubt about the truth of the proposition. Tbe alaughter of oil painting, at No. 13 North Main atreet waa eoutinued Saturday afternoon and evening. The balauce remaining ou baud will be aold at (SaewOii Monday eftsraooa ai 3:3t\ aad vie grand clo-iiiu asetiou lata uu Monday evening at 7:30. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY IH, 1884. Hy advertisement io our New To-Day column, Meaara. Kawoett & Co., leasers of Agricultural Park, aunounco tbat they have tilled the blanka lv tbe publiahed programme for Wednesday and Friday', racoa, July 2,1 and 4th— Weduesdey with a five-eighth, of a mile dash for two-year-olds, and another race to bo an nounced hereafter. Pridny'e blank is tilled with a grand sweepstake, frou for all, dash of one mild aud a half, and a trotting race, mile lie its, two in three, for two yeni-olils. They alao announce that, hy con.cut of all interested, tbe mare Kate Hender i. not barred from the Slstl trotting race. With these additiona to the programme the July meeting can not but prove oun of the moat interest iug to tin l men that baa been hold at the Park for yeara. Mr. Oeo. C. Markbam and wife, of Milwaukee, who have been spending tbs winter at Pasadena ou a visit to tlun brother, Col. H. 11, Markbam, will re turn home overland by tlie northern route to-morrow. Seflor Markbam, be fore going home, purchased a fruit ranch at Pasadena Our lady readers will hud matter worthy of perusal iv the bulletin of Messrs. J. M. little A Co., on tbo lirat page of this morning's Hkkai.o. This houae has started iv to* revolutionize tlie dry goods trade, and from present up pesrances ure succeeding. (Jive them a call. An immense area la beiug planted in cjru ia the alluvial plains, along the Santa Ana, the San 6*l*4*l and the moist lauds near tho seacoost. The prospect is good for au overwhelming crop of this valuable graiu. Tbe Normal School will close ths winter term ou the 20th instant. After tlie close of the school Prof. Redwuy will take his vacation by a trip to New York, where be will superiiiteud the issue of a geography that he is editing A man and wife, elsewhere in the HttKALu, advertises for a situation on a fruit ranch. Thu man has bad seven years experience at Riverside und re fers by permission to atl tbu prominent fruit-growers uf tbat place. Iv the Couuty Recorder's office yea" terday there were filed for record twen ty-oue deeds, three mortgages, five re leases of mortgages, three marriage licenses, two maps uud eight miscellane ous papers. A meeting of the stockholders of tbe Los Augeles Gas Company, far the election of Trustees, and other business, will be held at the olliee uf the company in this city June Hid, at 3 P. If, See notice. Col. A. B. Moffitt, of San Fernando, was quite cheerful on Friday, but ou yesterday was quite weak and obliged to remain iv bed all day. His frieuds are anxious to see him once more on his feet. There are messages at the telegraph olliee for tbe following persons: Mr. Edward Oxby, A. W. Kdelinan, Mra. A. R. Johnson, Charles Hickox, Francisco Domec, G, A. Swartout. Article, of incorporation of tbo "Iloli neaa Church at Norwalk" were filed fur record in Ibe office of the County Clerk yeatcr.lay. "The purpose for wbicb the corporation is formed ia tbe free aud voluntary worship ef Almighty (tod nnd Ibe spreadiug of Scriptuat or ltible reading over Iheae lauds." The name, of the corporator are: Clarke Notting ham, Jehu Keir, 11. A. Foater. S. D. Newhill and I. M. Davee, wbo were elected lo act as the Board of Trustees for Ibe lirst year. "The citpitni'atock of the corporation is tbe Word of Cod aud Hia free Grace." Rev. T. \V. Fleming, "tbe blind tem perance orator of Illinois," is in our city aud will deliver a temperance lecture tbis afternoon at 3 o'clock at tbe Fort Street Iff. K. Chinch. He will alao preach a temperance sermon lo night in the Trinity M. E. Church South, Npring street, at 7:30 o'clock. All are conlially invited to attend. Mr. Flen.iug ootnes to na highly euduraed by leading church aud temperance authorities. The wife of Dr. W. W. Rose, will brave Ili6 cily to-day for a trip to tbe eaatern part of the country. She will visit Kansas, and frieuda iv Chicago, Milwaukee, Boston, and probably the old Pine Tree Slate. She ba. a roving couimiasiuu issued ly herself til go where she is a mind to for the next live months, and will probably go from Maine to Mexico. Her host of frieud. iv law Augeles wish her a joyous journey and a safe return. Messrs. J. F, White ft Co., tbe well known roal estate brokers, in onr New To-Day column, present nn unusually attractive list of tU-aiialde properties for sale. Tbey also offer fur ren. a honse of thirteen ruoms, with furniture Tbis linn by strict attention lo tunnies, und the first-class character of all properties found ou their list, have sun a high reputaliou. I'oraona having property to soli ur those desiring to make purchase.., will lind'it to their intereat to call outbe Messrs, White ft Co. The Rink Masquerade. The masquerade skating carnival at the Kink last eveniug was well attended, aud tbe closing night was oue of merry making and pleasant entertainment. A tine exhibition was given in bicycle riding by the Los Angeles Bicycle Club, which illustrated tbe perfection of the artistic amusement. At 9:30 o'clock Messrs. T. A. Templeton, Arthur M. Herbert and Frank Cherry wore chosen judges, and prizes wero awarded to the skaters as follows; Tbe funeral of Mr. T. J. Caystile will be attended by the Cotur de Lion Com mandery, Knights Templar, Pentalpha Lodge No. 202, Loa Augelea Lodge No. 42, and Chapter No. 57, F. A A. M., and the A. O. VS. W. Tbe Masonic ritual will be read by Jobn 1). Bicknell, Esq. Tbe aervicea will be held at Ne. 16 Rose atreet, the former residence of ths de ceased, after which the remains will be interred in the Masonic burial grounds ou Fort Hill. Firat Award—To best lady skater, elegant pair of gold.bracelets; Mis. Em ma Benson, ...America. Second Award—To best gentleman skater, a handsome large sized album, C. E. Blythe. ' • Third Award—To beat sustained char acter by a lady, an elegant napkin ring of unique design. Miss Mamie Moore. Fourth A ward To best sustained char acter by a gentleman, a handsome pair of gold sleeve buttons, Mr. Dave Ferner. Fifth Award— To moat richly costumed lady, an elogant album, Mra. U. Marks. Sixth Award—To most richly costumed gentleman, a silver cup, handsomely engraved, Mr. Frank Meysr. Dancing was inaugurated at 10 o'clock and continued until a late hour. Mr. Walton intends to open the rink next season in a uew hall with all modern improvements. Ex-Supervisor Hannon and Mr. A. C. Yeary, of El Monte, were in the cily yea terday. They report that tbe overcast sky is an advantage in haymaking. The recent showers have not injured the quality of the hay at all, while tbe half clouded aky prevents a sadden drying of the stalk that would scorch and discolor the bay. So fir the quality of the new hay is very fine, aud there ia plenty of it. Elsewhere will be fonnd the advertise ment for tbe grand Zither Concert to be given by Professor F. latutcrnian at Turnverein Hall Sunday evening, May 25th. He will be assisted by a number of our beat vocalist* and ittatrumenrta! performers. A capital programme has been prepared, and as the Profe.-sor is a most skillful performer on this sweet bnt little used instrument, we have no doubt a large audience will be present. Col. J. 0. Edwards left here yesterday to return to bis home in Oakland. Ou Friday evening be held ft conference in the parlor of tha St. Elmo with a number of prominent gentlemen in reference to the needs of the Veteran's Home and to arrange plans for the col lection of funds. The work is to be done by a committee of nine, three to be appointed by tbe Mexican War Veterans and throe by each of the two Poets of the O. A. R. The former will consist of Col. E. E. Hewitt and two others not yet appointed. Frank Martlet! Poet will be represented by E. A. Weed, E. R. Howe and H. K. Brown. The com mittee from Stanton Post consist of C. B. Wood bead, Maj. George H. Bone brake and Li en tenant-Govern or John Mansfield. It is understood that in tbe formation of the Joint Committee Col. Hewitt will be Chairman, E. A. Weed Secretary and Maj. Bonebrake Treas urer. The Mexican Veterans in the Couuty Hospital will be scut to tbe Home iv a few days. A boat, to be used on tbe lake 11 Hear Vulley,' was ordered thia week. The water supply there, not only dur ing 1883-4, but, as shown to have been in former years, exceeds all anticipa tions. As heretofore stated, this bids fair to be one of the best sources of water supply in Southern California, and 1 he stock of the company ia steadib/ appreciating in value. — San Btrtmrdino In City Justice Morgau's Court yea terday, John Oulren, vagrancy, wae fined 130 or Ibirly days in jail. John Tennant, drunk and disorderly, got 120 or twenty days. Jack Bronnan, stealing a buggy robe from F. Aockerhlum, was sentenced to .evenly live slays in j til. John Dowd, disturbing the peace, got $75 or seventy-tive days, Joe Miller, same offence, $30 or thirty day.. We direct the attention of our readers to the double column advertisement of Messrs. Allen ft Thomson, importers and wholesale and retail deaiera in furniture, upholstered goods, carpets, curtains of every inscription, etc., all of the latest designs. The atock is ono of tbe largest and most varied to be fonnd in the city. Mr. Allen specially invites all hia old customers to call. The Rust Rumor. A gentleman wbo hoe visited many of tbe grain fields iv the neighborhood of r«oa Augeles and the San Fernando val ley iofonna the Herald reporter that, while much of tbe barley is covered with red rust, it will not injure the crop in the least. The yellow rust, which is so . injurious to wheat, ia not very abundant. Tbe rust of wheat, barley and oati is a fungous growth, which feeds on the stalk and leaves of grain. It multiplies with wonderful rapidity, obstructing the natural channels in which the food of the grain is carried, tbua retarding or entirely preventing tbe growth aud ripening of the kernel. Under (he mi croscope the rust is seen to consist of minute red or yellow cells, which, on maturing, burst aud scatter a powder ao hue that the moat powerful microscope cannot resolve it perfectly. Thia fine dust constitutes the spores or seed germs of the rust. Each cell, ou ripening, pro duces several thousand seed germs. These are developed only by the heat and the late rains, or hy other sources of ni vi it ure. A part of tbe Raymond excursion jla left yesterday for the Vosemite. Owing to the limited mean, of traveling from Madera tn Yoaeinite only a part of tbe excursionists will go at a time. The bal auce of tbe party will go tbia week in in stalments. Tbe distance which this ex cursion travel. I.y rail ia 8519 miles, or over one third the distance round tbe world. There are a few lots left io the Martin Iraot which will be sold on tbe install ment plan—lifty dollars cash down and ten dollars each month. These lots are close to the city water-pipe and one block from street-cars; :,re covered with grapevines flfteeu year, old; a good chsnoe for cheap homes. See T. E. Rowan, 114 North Spring atreet, Temple lllock. Don J. J. Warner, atarted yesterday for a viait to his old home in Con necticnt, by the overland train. Thia ia quite a different method of travel from that by which he came over tbe mount alna and plains in 1831. He returns a the age of 77 to see what ia left of tba ni l birth place at Lyme, in the land of wjoden nulmega. There was a heavy washout on tbe A. T. ft S. F. It. R. on Thursday, between Darning and Albuquerque, so that no mail arrived yesterday or day before from points east of Iteming. The bridge at the Needle fell sway ou Friday, io that malls by both routes are temporari ly arrested. It ia expected (hat they will be all right to-morrow. The week finished yesterday witb a raah all along tbe line, every depart ment shows heavy returns and tbe bnlk of goods tbat left our bouse wae simply enormous. A resume* of tbe past week would, perhaps, prove interesting and give some idea of the magnitude of the busine-M transacted at J. M. Hale & Co. NUMBER OF PCBCHAKBRS DURINII TUB f AST WEEK. Monday SW, Tuesday 475, Wednes day 303, Thursday 513, Friday Iff, Saturday 737; grand total for six days, 3,211. Thia speak* volumes and needs no comment. The week has beeu a heavy one and the executive abilities of our stalf have be on tasked totha utmost. We mention thla inasmuch that perhaps, during the rush some visitors may have thought themselves some what neglected J. M. Hale & Co., assure their patrons that auoh was not intended, and they will be neneron* anough to accept tbia explanation. We expect a bigger bus ineaa tbis week aad we are making every endeavor to prepare for it. Now will you help us ? Yen can do ao matt-ri My, by simply cotniug aa early in the day as your household duties will admit of. You wilt then spread the business so to apeak over tbe day's surface. Instead o( Members of Pentalpha Lodge, No. 202, F. * A. M., by advertisement under NewTo-Day, are notified to meet at their ball at 3 r ai. to-day to attend the funeral of tholr late brother, T. J. Cays tile. Tbe members of Los Angelea L )dge No. 42 are also notified to meet at their hall for tbe same purpose. The Democrats of the Third Waid met at Turnverein Hall laat evening and effected a temporary organization by electing C. Jecoby aa President, and T McCaffrey Secretary. After an imform al discussion of matter, relating to the coming campaign, the meeting adjourned subject to the call of the President. Mr. C. M. Hanger, the President and manager of the Gro Grande Company, and of tbe Burning Moscow Company, and other mines of tbat group at Calico, will return to Milwaukee to-day with hia daoghter, He will make hia winter residence in Loa Angelea, with occasional visit, to the mines at Calico. The liah markets wero remarkably well supplie.t yeatarday with tbe moat delicioaa fish tbat captivated all who saw them, lt ia a surprise to many person, that ao few liah are eaten here. One reason, and the principal crtie, ia that the Hah dealers fail to advertise their arrival, and assortment. having the whole day', commerce crowded into a few hour*. Thanking yon heartily for your practical auawer to our call, we remain yours truly, J M.HALitCo , Wt regr«t to hear that Jadge Willie, of Saa Bernardino, who wot so badly in jured o*. In- bead ehoni ten <bya ago, h uot »o wait but i« dehrioua and eerioualy eu:a. Has) 7 and v Sptkefl »tr..t, Los Anll-1... Sketch of a Great Actress. It illicit be well to premise this brief description with the statement that Mile. Kbea's beauty is queenly. She is taller thau some of the European start,. Her bead is exquisitely shaped aud crowned with a heavy suit of dark, al most black hair; her face Is delicately but clearly cut; her dark eyes brilliant ai her diamonds., aud ber mouth might have served as an original model far the bow of Cupid. Her countenauce moves with every emotiou and is retiaed, in telligent and expressive to ft high de gree. Her form is lithe, graceful and charmingly moulded, all of which per sonal attributes comblueto call forth the homage received by hi r. She was born iv Bi ussels, September 14, IMA Her parents were iv alllueut circumstances and removed to Paris when the artiste was very young. As the result of her early education and aurrouudings, she is bright, vivacious and piquant, a Par Meuue to her glove-tips. Five yeara of her life were spent iv a convent, where she displayed a great taste in literature and remarka ble proficiency in music. She evinced a strong taste for the drama, and occasion ally appeared in amateur reoitals at the reque.it of friends among the nobility. Teu years ago Charles Feebler heard her recite, and urged her to adopt tbs stage as a profession. Acting upon his advice and recommendation, Rhea placed herself under Bcauvallet iv the Paris Conservatoire. She made her debut at Brussels, in the comedy of "Fairy Fiug era," and remained in that city a year. She theu went to Roaeu, and from thence to Paris, being received in both places with great print. Afterwards, when starring France, abe received let tern from Paria calling her to tha Im perial Theater. Afterwards, upon the request of the (.'/.ar, she went to St. IV tersburg aud remained five years as lead iug lady at the Imperial Theater. After the a sassiuatiou of her patron she left Russia ou account of Nihilistic threats, and weut to Kngland. She studied the English language but one month before I appearing In "Much Adu About Noth ing ." Other parts were added to her repertoire, and she at once became tbe attraction of the Island. October 13, 1882, she reached America by steamer City of Rome. A Pies for Suffering Brutes. It is quite time that a more humane policy was pursued ln regard to tho hitching of teams of horses aud mules lv the atreels of this city. Thousands of persons drive into Los Angeles in the morning and hitch their tired teams along our atreets where they staud all day in foul gutters, stamping their hoofs and breaking them ou the stones, and frequently spattering pedestrians wilh a vile mixture from tlie atreets. Tbe animal, at times suffer from cold, aud then again from a burning sun shine. They become restive and nervous and aotaetlines break away and run for home near the close of Ihe day, creating deatruction and imperiling life. Besidd the merchants of the city are aeriously inconvenienced hy the custom, as It shuts them out of a chance to communi- i cate with their customers who wish to drive np to tbe stores to trade. It often happens tbat a man will oom. to town with a large wagon-load of wood with a smallor wagon in trail, and alter unloading his wood will drive in front of a merchant's store on Main or Spring street and hitch his team with the wagon attached occupying forty feet trout, while the driver amuses himself all day around town, and tbo merchant loses trade from partiea who wish to ap proacS the store from the street with a team. These cases are of daily occur rence and should lie stopped at once. There are pleuty of large corrals and atablea tbat are always ready to receive transient learns at moderate charges, where they will be out of the way of the merchants, leaving the streets open and avoiding the danger of collisions wilh runaways. Quarrels ara daily arising in consequence of thia atreet obstruction aod personal collisions are not impossi ble. Some parties hare already armed themselves to prevent theae all-day stayers from blocking up their access lo the street. Tbe merchants desire the Herald to point out the wrong that they are aubjected to in this matter with the hope that a sense of justice may pre" vail in the community,, and th. evil which they complain of be removed. So mote it be. Soldier's Home Steamer Passengers. The following paaaenaera left for San Diego yeeterday afternoon per steamer Orizaba: Misa F Weer, Mrs M S Often Lie ber, W H Priugle, H O Percival, S S Bamberger, tieorge A Galea, Dr J Jarvis, A J Marrermann, C Kelley, E J Hamilton, J W Snow, J 8 Case, Rev J T Ford, J S Langriahe and wife, Miaa Nellie Pixley, Mra L Lingham, Mrs Tenoaal, J H Richmond, G C Staley, J E Fox, Frank Clevea, J Bronaon, O Hafner, A J Beetao, T Lyon., Cbarlea Luft and wife, G B Griawold, Misa M Rennie. A Mistake. The catalogues of Barretto'. sale of Jersey cattle read Thursday. May 20th. It should read Tuesday, aud don't say yeu forgot the day and hoar, Tuesday next at 10 o'clock. May 1 S-2t New York Auction Sale Laat week th. following were .old and pricea obtained of the noted Jersey Cat tle: Nxw York, May 7.—la the aale of Jersey cattle to-day good prices war. ob* tame.l and the bidding was spirited. Baron of St Lambert, a bull, brought (4,400; Honeymoon of Bt. Lambert, a cow, I3.1O0; Bombs, her daughter, is of the AMo»a stock, a cow, t5,200; Daisy's Black Prince, a bull, 13,000. John C. Bell Mils in thia city of Loa Angeles the preeue strain uf atock. at auction, from th. eel. ebrated herd of F. J. Barretto, pro prietor of the Forest Grove Jersey Cattle Farm. John C. Ball inform, na that Mr. Barretto would be pleased to have any aud all call at bis farm, and the invitation ia extended especially to excursion partiea of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, and all strangers and lovers of fine atock, and view hia fine premium cattle. Please bear iumind that Mr. Barretto'. sale takes place on the 20tb of this mouth, at the stockyard aad bora, aad carriage mart, in tbe rear ef the Cathedral, on Loa An gelea street, of John C, Bell, and directly opposite of Stengel', nursery. Hor.ford's Add Phosphate FOR SICK HCAuACHR, Dr. N. S. Rkad, Chicago, says: "I think it ia a remedy of the highest value In many forma of mental aad nervous exhaustion, attended hy sick headache, dyspepsia aad diminished vitality." Astonishing Results CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured by Shffoh'a Catarrh Remedy. Price M seats. Nasal In jector free. Sold by C. >F. Heinseman 12-2 North Main .treat. Health by good living. K. B. Miliar « Co.'. P.oaaf spices wa pars and una dulterated. Just try them one.; Jevne haa them. apr'JS-lm WHY WILL Vol) rough'whan Shi- Mi's Care wtN ,M.o ImiMiUal. teM. Pries 10 . ts., SO et. , M S..ld by C. P. ; H«iozem.u, fii North Main street. COURT REPORTS Electricity and Magnetism the New Means of Cure Superior Court -Howard, J. Satphiiav. May 17. Fanners and Merchants' Haul. vs. Raymuud tk Cluck Demurrer of de murrer of defendant (.luck submitted. Three days given de fwuduut to lile points, ami plaintiff* two days to reply. Pico vs. Colin -Defendant's motion for a new trial argued and submitted. Domingo (irijalva, a native of Mexico, ualnrulized. Estate of A. Randolph, deceased—Pe tition for letters of administration grant ed. Bom), 91000. -Judge Smith being absent the aLove petition was for that reason heard by Hon. V. K. Kuwaiti," SET FOR MONOAV, Oiiinhy vs. Butler--Trial. Cily vs. Jones, rial.- Objection to re port of commissiout'is. HRl* FOR .MONMAV. Kstate of J. K. Bills ---Petition. Kstate of Jesus Alvarez—Account. Kstate of P. Kaoiin)/ Account. ! Estate of Bumiller—Account. ] Or. Bi Rubhius, the celebrated Aus tralian Klectro Magnetic Healer, 111 South Main street, nearly opposite tho Cathedral, after several years' experience in the Australian colonies, Huu Francis co, Salt Lake City, Denver, and aeveral mouths hi this city, has decided to per manently locale here, w here ho tuts per formed so many wonderful cures without the aid of medicine, His rooms on orowded daily with patients anxious lo get the benefit of his power over «o called incurable dincases. Dr. KobMni is patronized by some of our leading citi zens. He also diagnoses diseases with out explanation from the patieut-i, free ol charge, and has fitted up the Institute at coiirMdcrabfu expense with Or. Moll man Ik Palmer's celebrated electro-thera peutic hath, which is pronounced hy em incut physicians tn be the greatest .lis oovery in medical science of modem times; also other medicated baths, w ilh the latest improvements in electrical in struments for administering Faradic, (lalvanic ami static electricity. M>2ltf ARK TOO MAI >R miserable by Indi gestion, Constipation, Diaslpses. Lose 0« Appetite. Yellow Skin? BhUoB'S Vitalize! is a pOfUMVe cure. Sold hy C. F. Heinze man, 122 North Main sheet. He Couldn't Help It. A Chicago geullemau, now stopping at the most popular hotel In Los Angeles, says he never loses bit temper, except when be fancies bimaeli' iv the eonelud iug part of au interesting story, which winds up with something about Mm. Soothlow's Winaling Syiup, etc , hut said he had to laugh ami couldn't help it I when he found bin favorite uignr, "Tan silt's Punch," advertised sj the P. 0. Cigar Store. HHILOH'SCCKE \Vnx7inmediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold by C. F. Heiuzeman, 122 North Main street. Just Out—"Beauties or California," Illustrated In colors, views cf Lna An geles, Pasadena, Riverside, orauge S roves, vineyards, Yosemito Valley, lg Trees, tke., Ac. For sale at stamp window posto 11 ice and all hook and news stores. Price, 75c. per copy. Im-apr27 "IIACKMKTACK," a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 ceuts. Hold by C. F. Heiuzeman, 122 North Main street. Cigars, Cigars. An Immense consignment of imported and Key West cigars! Just received 25,000 cigars direct from Havana and 100,000 from Key West. The largest consignment of thin class of goods ever received in this market. Being direct importers, thus saving tho commission paid to middlemen, we are enabled to sell at a reduction of 50 per cent on former prices. Epklman ACo., Direct Importers, No. UG North Main Street. »pr27 lm SHILOH'S VITALI/CERis what you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and all symptoms of Dyspep sia. Price 50 aud 75 cents per bottle. Hold by C. f % Heinzeman, 122 North Main atreet. F. T.iu.U.nt»t, merchant tiillor. No. ISO Spin | street, is himself a [lUlltl—l Sut ter; itnil, having had ample experience in Man Francisco nnd Los Angeles, knows how to meet the requirement* of hia customer*. H* keeps a full supply of tlie best cloths constantly on hand and mnkert them np "npou houor," Portland Cement. Mv own importation: direct from London ex-ship Blengfel. For vale iv lota to suit, Sj.i , rates givau for large quantities. Waltku 1, Maxwell, SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY a potiive t in c for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. Hold hy C. F. Heinze maii, 122 North Main street. Syrup of Flgu In the best and moat pleasant of at) purgatives. It cleanses tho system, 1-untie* the blood, (-urea Mllo—and constipation, dyspepsia, headaches, cold?, fevers, etc Our enterprising druggist, C. F. Heiuzeman, is stilling it rapidly, aud it given aatiafaction to everyone. A NASAL INJKCTOH free with each hottlo of Shiloh's Catarrh Ueimdy. Price 50 cenls. Sold-by C. F. Ilein/enian, 122 North Main itrect. There are in this city many object-! of interest to visitor* who have never been here before, but to those who come here after an interval of a few yearn the change iv our growth and progress is really marvel.mh. They note the de. velopment in every branch of industry, and especially do they nntico tbe Pacific Restaurant, opposite the Post office, and universally pronounce it a perfect nimb i of au eating house. al I lm NKW TO-DAY. WM. H. ALLEN. j h. THOMSON" ALLEN & THOMSON, Importer, and Whol-ssle .ml Cull Dealers In CARPETS, GOODS » Shades, Lace Cur NEW tlOttWS. l^^ Intent Soles. Lalando Block, 32 S. Spring St., Opp. Brys..o's Hall, I.os Angelea. mlglf ' rrATHSR-WIICNT.*' *jm*% m ■■ fini .in i j »4.«0 ma 00. FINE HATS We open to-day a complete assortment of • Fashionable Hats, Representing in all twenty cases, or one hundred and twenty dozen, received May the 10th, all of the LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES Now in vof.me in New York City. Drop in as yon go by and look at our HATS and you will be surpr.sed at the enormous aisortmeut we carry. One price to all. - SIEBELthe HATTER, Cor. Main and Commercial sts. MM Sm FOB SALE, 323 LOTS, as Follows: INTHE PARK TRACT. Thirty-three lots fronting on Temple street, 4 5 lots on Beaudry avenue, 32 lots on Pearl street, 55 lots on Canal and Reservoir streets, 20 lots on Custer avenue, 18 lots on Centenial avenue, 10 lots on Crescent avenue, 18' lots on Montreal street, 26 lots on Court street and 19 lots on Diamond street. In the Ocean View Tract, 7 lots on Omaha street and 1 o lots on Illinois street, and 30 lots in the vVest Rosas Tract. To all I say, new an.l <>l 1 friends, mechanics merchant., capitalists*and bankers, do not fail to secure for yourselves the advantage of purchasing one or more lota on tbe benutiful hill., neutrally locate.), between Diamond street and Canal and Reservoir streets, white you oan buy them at tirst hand at ona-balf their value. This year's flood, destroying the homes of from forty to fifty families so. 1 damaging other property to the amount of $200,000, haa demonstrated beyond p., adventure the fact that the low lamls are not suitable for residences. The great number of new houses daily being built on the hills weat of Vain street well shows that tbe people realize the advantages of a home on the hills. The drawback heretofore has been the lack of a atreet railroad, but thia is soon to ba remedied by tbe Temple and Diamond Street Railroad, leading lo the Voucg Ladi«a' Seminary, finally to coat (90,000, and passing through the streets on which many of theae lots are located. MIND YOU. most of theae lota are within from live to ten minutes walk from Ihe Court lloese, and none further than fifteen. mh26tf New High atreet, at end of ham street, opposite Pico House. WBSTBRVBLT'e PHOTOGRAPHIC PARLORS, Artistic Portrait Photography Only ! THI INSTANTANEOUS PROCESS FOR CHILDREN. CallanJ examine Specinn-ns :tt Nt>, iS tVnilli Mum i-'trget •». NKW TO DAY. NEW TO-DAY. LEWIS BROS. Columns. "PRO BONO PUBLICO." For thn public good wr: propose to enlighten tlie public upon a few important facts. We challenge any living man to produce an instance in which the firm of Lewis Bros. Ever deceived their patrons or ever advertised any goods with the evident intention to mislead the purchaser. Lewis Brog. never advertised to sell English (?) Curacoa Kid Button Shoes at $2.25 and claimed the same goods sold at wholesale at $3.10, for two very good reasons, viz.: Firstly—There is no snch thing known to the trade as English Curacoa Kid Button Shoes; this is but a thin disguise for sheep skin. Secondly—There is no Curacoa Kid Shoe made that is wholesaled at $3.10. Thirdly—Lewis Bros, never advertised to sell Misses Pebble Goat Button Shoes at $1.25 and claimed that the same goods wholesaled at $2.35 and retailed at $2.50, for a good reason, that no house in existence can bring a shoe 500 miles, pay $2.35 for it and retail it at a profit of 15 cents. BUT Lewis Bros. Sell a Ladies' Cucacoa Kid Buton Shoe for $ 1.90 that is worth $3. Lewis Bros sell a Miss' Pebble Goat Button Shoe, Real Goat, sizes 11 to 2, in three widths, for $ 1.25 that is w or th $2. ■ And Lewis Bros. Sell a Ladies' French Kid But ton Shoe, Satin Finish, Center Seam, Op era or square toe, Common Sense Heel, well worth $5, for $3.50; A Raal French Kid Shoe and Fully Warranted. Lewis Bros., ONE PILIGB Boot and Shoe House, 101 AND 103. N. SPRING ST. mjmts 5