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Publiihod Evary Horning <«xoopt MoodayNn JOSttPH V. LYNCH. TERM" FOft DAILT HKRALDt , Nt annum by mall or cxprew, .... 17 00 1 Hi month*. *otl i Threo month*, «.« < Delivered by carrier, iwr week. - - • • lftc , WEEKLY HERALD \ Prni.nim> Kvrrv Hatcrhav Moumnu | Tf.RMH: On* year hy mall or etprMH, on* copy, ti "'O I SIX 'i .... | l INI i Tt... ■ B«MUM .... w t Advftrttoem >ot* liuwrtwl at rea»n»,abln rale r Job W-uk dot.c to « pete with Hm KroiriM-., 100 'atyl* ami elevsnnc of *orVm*w»hip. Twelve Months in an English Prison. By Huun Willi, Fletcher. 12mo, doth, ig.ro. Thii U a work destined to create a profound impression, even among people who reject toe claim* of Spiritualism aa delusive. In tbe autumn of 1880 tbe author wan arreatad In F.ngland on th* charge of'obtaining jewela and elothlng, "by undue influence or falae from a lady known aa Mn. Hartl>avies. She pleadml "not guilty" to the charge, was tried and sentenced to twelve nun tha' imprisonment in Her Majesty*. Prison, Westminster. I many respect* this trial was one of the most remark t btf in mod an time*, inasmuch as it i (forded the ty<efsw.lt <»f a woman volnu larily xurrendi-iiitLf herself for examine .iou on a serious ■ ■ imr nnd undergoing i trial and conviction without being permitted to apeak for herself and with nit oven a hearing of her own witnesses. \ ■ startling as are the revelations at this trial of the system of Knglish court pro •eduie, still more 10 is the story of the itithui's imprisonment, which, on the whole is one of the saddest commentaries upon human injustice ever penned. I>uring this imprisonment, Mrs. Fletcher was fed with grapes hy friendly "spirits;" in spirit Torui, she was enabled io visit and to hold eoiiTei «c with her husband, her child, and other friends and relative*; spirits brought flowers to her cell, also locks of hail, letters, etc ; there were frequent instances of the in- Hantnneoii* transmission of letters be tween London and far distant points The foregoing and other equally Strang* phenomena or spiritual munifeitations nn* interwoven into tlie narrative, and together forma problem, tbe solution of which will baffle thousands of readers. It must bt added that the author of thia lingular book is a lady well known in New Kngland, and alway accounted truthful, honest and worthy of coufl legaa She here tolls for the first time LttrOwn story; and certainly tho over wind miug •riwMoi which sho advances mist he disproved before her story can in- disbelieved by fair minded readers. We repeat, a more remarkable presenta tion of spiritual phcnoim-nn waa never riven to the puMic. Loo and Shepard, uuhliahers. Huston. LATE TELEGRAMS. (SPHCIAL TO THK HERALD.) Ureal FlOAiln In Sew Mexico , Ureal l.osm nf Proper!j , ttratl- | tnflon anil MunTcrlnn. , Hanta Fk, N. M., June 23. -Formora than a month tin- high waters have awept through the Km Qrand* valley 1 and every hour tho course of lhe river J haa been changed. Tlie long overflow haa thrown almost all tin- earth into quicksand. The wagon mails are en- ' tirely al>aniloneil, and only hy moid per eiatent efforts has thu Atchison, Topeka aud Saute Fe Kailroad Company heen able to support tlie track on the main ' line. Hetween Alnmillo and tlie Socorro river, which appears to bn on ' both sides of the track, tin roadis out j of sight in several places. The railroad ' company continues to push their trains ' through, usiny teams and boats in ' making transfers. At Socorro the river ] course has changed more than one hun dred yards and completely undermines 1 tbe track. Within half a day there were I fifteen feet of water where the roadbed I ought to he. From Kincon to Hnna Ana there fa nothing to suggest a railroad. The towns of Tume, !,<>* Pinna, Valenlra and Peralto, in Valcnira county, are , ■wept oway and live hundred families are destitute on the mesa. San Ma rum lis flooded, boats are being used to pass from house to house. Ihe iron railroad bridge at that point wns saved by throw ' tng into tbe river several loads of cut j atone worth $4fto pur cord. Socorro has , four or five feet of water on Mann/ares aveaue. The town of Albuquerque is flooded. More than two-thirds ol the crop in the valley is lost. Wheat tlint was nearly ripe has fallen, und in places careful 1> cultivated fields are only it ■heat of water. Thin state of affairs is expected to remain unchanged thirty daya longer, ns the snow in the monn talna of Southern Colorado is ten to fourteen feet deep and heavy rains are falling in Northern New Mexico almost daily. ■sedative Hrnalon of Ihe He pub. llcan Mtate Central Committee. Ban Francisco, June 23 At 2:30 thia afternoon Chairman Cornwall, of the Republican Slate Central Commit tee, called the committee to order and announced an executive session, which Ere vented the proceedings of (hat body Bing obtained until late this afternoon. The principal objects of tbe meeting will be to fix the time and place for the next Republican State Convention nml to determine the basis of representation, font cities were mentioned as possible places for holding the convention, Sacra mento, Stockton, l-os Angeles and Santa Cruz. The tight appeared, however, to lie mainly between Sacramento and Stockton, with the odds iv favor of Bauramento. The work of the State Convention will be to elect a new State Central Committee, nominate Congress man, one for oaoh of the six districts, and select two electors at-large and one from each of the six districts. Harder and Arwon Verdict In Ihe Howard Caae. PoRTLANp, Ogn., June 23. The house of M. Kaokloy, four miles south ol Hillsboro, was burned and it is supposed the remains of Kacklry were found in the ruins, it is thought he was mur dered and the house tired by the murder era, A large sum of money hnd been paid to him a tew days ago. The case of F. A. Howard, manager of the American Kxediangc Motel, wlm Waa indicted for larceny, reached a ver dict yesterday, the jury having hen out two nights and one day. He was found guilty. Tho complaining witness is Maurice J, Smith, a sheep raiser from Eastern Washington, who deposited 11600 with Howard tor sate keeping and never saw or heard of it afterwards, Howard disclaimed all knowledge of its whereabouts Kan-ape of Henry Hnore, n looted Convict, from Mitn ((tieiittn Ban Francisco, June 23. - Chief Crowley has received information that . Henry Moore, a convict, who was serv ing hia seventh tone at Sau has made hia eacape from that institution He was aent to Son Quentin the 20th of Jnly, to serve five year- impi Moiimeiif lor grand l.nveucy committed in Sin Joaquin county. He is a native*.] t:.-r --fnany, 58 yeais oi age, and lus name Moore is but one of his tn my alii Ho*. A reward of f/oti has been otl'ered l"i his oaptore. Canarres" Adjonrnis the ">i Ii ol jTaily-lnveMtla-nllon to he Hnd Washington, June 23.- Tim impivs aioo prevails to day thnt Congress will finally adjourn about the . r ub ot July. In the Senate a resolution was adopted directing the committee on expenditure* of public money to investigate there •snt defalcations in tliat department nnd to inquire into the system ot making dis bnrements and the purchases supplies with a view of determining wln-thei it embraces aullicient safeguards again*! defalcations and frauds in 110- future TarlaT Ncarotlatlons) Pending W lib tke Canadian ««overnnicnt. Ottawa, June 23.—1t is reported tin government has arranged a reciprocity .. treaty with the Cnited Slabs shortly to vbe made public. The new treaty will follow the line of the former reciprocity treaty admitting national product* and acme article* in early stages ol maim facture. The defeat ot the Morrison :t v -11 bill ill tho I'liited States H,,,, . . t Ytr-presentatives is stated tohclai. ' due loa renewal of th- ncgotiati >ns. KnthnrrttN>sed Chicago Firm Puyis in Nil. Chicaoo, June 23.—Tht Secretary of the Board of Trade announced on 'Change that the Hrm of C. T. Kershaw A: Co ,one of the largest exporting and commission houses in the city had given up all their trades and would settle all differences at their oflice. It was rumored that the firm had failed, but they assert their ability to meet all demands in lull. Jrwlsh PerHeention Continue* In Kussin. i ST. Pktkrshi K<i, June 23 Jew beat ing in Southern liussia continues with all its Vigor. The riots at Ad/ess bus been followed by other riots ut Siinpher Opol and Nownijui. Novgorod has ted lowed their example. The people are Infuriated by some alleged misdeeds ot the Jews. Tbey attacked their houses, threw the furniture into the streets, abuaed their women and chased the terrified men through the principal thoroughfares. The Jews made for the headquarter-, of the military ami police They were followed un i interrupted and •11 their appeal- to, me,, y w.-r. Una Ipalliug. When eiUiL'ti' u.i- Kr.iic. with sticks ami struck with stones. In aome caaes they wen hanged to lamp posts and in others were kicked into (be gutters and left to die. Th- people were frantic. The police could not con trol them and an charged with not having seriously attempted to do so. They were in all eleven Hebrews killed and forty wounded Th, people an till laboring under great excitement. Parnrll nnd the Hynaiuitcr**. DOBLIN, June 23 Parn. ll bar h. ~ threatened with - asainat.ou it dyua mite outrages are continued. Parnell refuses to condemn the dynamiters al though appeal to hy the Knglish press. He aaid that it was none ot hi- business, that the ways of the dynamiters a t bia ways, hut he lias not ami In - friends lay he will not condemn then. n. Parlia ment. A merchant died suddenly not lone Igo and let! on his desk v letter he I,ad utended mailing to a coricspoiuient A r rish olerk finding it, sent it off after ad iing the postscript: "tiiuce writing the 8. M. PERRY, 25 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Headquarter* for the popular mar Idol/cd (lull' fin.l iron niarit.'lH, from the l.'iuhvilti- man ;«'! compary. These aro acknowledged lo he the liM'Ht inanUrts ever *hl|>f>od to thu I'atiflr Vaunt. 'all ami examine them at 26 Houlh Main atreet. mh'^lm • i - Pi'tf"a'at*k« VnrMy theays lIP and wit tun ilccai.kiiou IMBJM tonic nnd E% STOWACIS^ r alterative there (l "^ pJi'Spl/'whlS ruarhcHthe very •ntiree of the trouble, ami •§•«*• M ftbaolute and iie.manent rare. For sale by all MruKKIHtH ami L>ealeTa generally A NEW Jet Black Ink, The Best in tlie Market, Writes Klark and Hows Freely For mte by' P. LAZARUS, jyiMn, The Leading matlnnrr E. LEMON. BI.AOKHMITH, IH REQUEIMA STREfcT, Jairlag* aad Wlfon Work and isasrsJ Ri-i.m inn, npWtt Fresh Fows lor Sale. FOR CHOICE YOUNC GRADED JERSEY COWI Call on WM.T.IAM NILKS, jell) iiii Waablnfloa St. or lo Court Ht. Growing- Grain Insured •li'iimm Fire, in reliable Amer ican and Foreign Companies. Solicitors are now in the field. W. J. Brodrick. Agent, No 6 □omniercial Street. a'-T In NOTICE. The annual nicctinc; olthc stockholders ol the l.n» Angeles Crnintv Batik, will ho held st the Itauk on Mnmlar, Juir Tth. 1114. at » o'clock r. f., Tor the ourooaeot slanting a Hoard of Mi rectors mid transactinc. such otlier business as na\ oniiterlv l.c liroUKlit before it. Jetltd 11. I. MAt'SKIL. Seerelary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The adlourned annual meeting of tha Stock lolderw of Ike Lns Ana-oles lias l'oinpanv will l.c veld at their Offlct, No 9 Batwra Htreet, lAii An relea, California, an Saturday, thi yiat day of Per order, ' ' HOWARD IIAI.U DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Tile partnership heretofore oxlstlllK between 1. X, Pearson and A X Lett is hereliv dl.aolved bt nuitual eotiHent, Mr C X, Pearson lUOoaadS In tli, business and will px\ all I.ills against the late linn and coll., t all tliat sr. due to the same, 0. K. PEARSON. A. E. LOTT. Los Anereles, Jam tl, i*h. JelMw Los Angeles Paper Company. Principal place <>f bnrioeaa at Loa An Holes, California., Notl.-e la hereby Rivan thai at a regular meet ins of Ihe Oireelor., held on Monday, the 2.1 day al June 1884, an assessment ol th irty • lice (too) dollars pat share ws* lavlad upon the capital •tack of Ih. rporation, pa> aid. on or before Monday, Ihe 7th day ol ,lllh . lis*, tn I. W Hell n.ati, Treasurer, lit the Partners ti Merchants Hank of I.OS Anfalat, nt Los Angeles city, Cali fornia Any stock tniiti which tills assestueiit shall r. main unpaid on the said 7th day ol July, 18f*4. will be daunnttsnl and advertised tor Kale at pub lic Suction snd unless psMiietit is made before, will lie sold Ot. Men.lav. tin 2stli day of July , iisi, lo nai ths dellnqusnt assassment, tofethei With Costs ol lull li t Isitn; Unl evpelises Of Bale. R. L GARRETT, faJ 4w Secretary Pro Tern J. FLECK, No Hi Alani.sla Street, near Kiel'lie Works, Contractor for all Kinds of Wood Work. BANK, BAR, AND STORK IIXTI.'HK HAM to orde on short notice. Janaltl C. E. DE FOREST, ASSAYEB, Room 11. Schumacher lllc-k. npivosltc I'ISISSSI, Los Atop-lee. Cal Practical work n_ I. .I- nireb ' Pisa t^oTlsfaasas si ran ASSAY PRICES. Hllver «!.•» Oatd LAS uW^l"'T.7T.'.'.'.T^r.7Z... tS Hrcraad cold las sil.er.Hold end Lead SJJS sil.er.liol I and Copper S.WI Kll.el, Hold, Coppcrend Lead «.M> Tin ••• o 0 2 Nickel . MS Saii.pl. -tomol or evpre—w heii^aceniupan Certitteate ol Copartnership. STATI. nl' OAUPORMIA, i _ Otpi am Oranrri at Lis. Aaasisi. i M We. th. undersigned, do hearts, ccrtitv that w, sr. is*rtiierx. transa. ting Misuses, in this city, and county nf l.oa Angelee, under the Hnn name and style ot Ijxraru. a M.l/er thai Urn aasaaa m tun si all to. mm isal sat* inn n. rslitp are I', Uzarus. at Lis. Alivreles; LoaUS Melzer, at Los Ann, |es, and tliat til. plan sol a*. „,|.«rm. residence, an set opiieillc on, '''VrVi't,',. 's'»le - n'^T'hereunto set on, hands this 'Id LUUIS MhLZhlt Loa Angelea I 1- 4VV XQg AKGfcLES DAILA7 HERALD, TUESDAY MORNING JUNE 24. 18*4. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. M. L Wicks OFFERS FOR SALE 18 I-OTS, —Rom or— « Washington St. —on- Rowland, Broadway, Ana other streets from 500 to 1000 yards west of Lots los§xi7B feet at $300 each. Fine Corner, fronting east on a 120 foot street 178 feet, by 21 1 feet on a6O foot street, for $600. 120 feet corner New High and Franklin streets, with three cottages, $16,500. Lot 13, Block X, M.nt tract, on Pearl, between Second and Third streets, 60x165, $260 Lot west side Carlisle St. in Celis Vineyard, 50X140 to 20-foot alley, $400. East J of Lot 23, Meserve & Loop Tract, 20 acres, with fine water right, Po mona, $2000. 39 acres, one mile from Se pulveda Station and ad joining San Rafael foot hills; ten acres has water right, $1800. 280 acres in Travis Tract at Orange, subdivided into 20 to 40 acre lots, at from $26 to $65 per acre, with wa ter right. A large amount of land in Antelope Valley at $5 per acre. Come and see it. 170x165 teeton Olive street, near Temple street, ats2o per front foot. M. L. WICKS, 121 S. FORT ST., LOS ANGELES. *r| will be at Lancaster on Wednesday, Thursday and Fri day of earn week. SpMsi IKBURANCE AUKNCIKS. NOTICE of REMOVAL" GEO. B. DRAKENFELD, Insurance- Agent, hss removed his office to ROOMS 7 ANO 10 DOCONMUN IBLOCK, Cor. Main & Commercial Sts Whore he will bo pleesed to meet his old friends and customers, jelOlm W. M. Plkvikb. Thro. Sc HUES land. Sumnicrland & Plevins. LOAN, REAL ESTATE, MINING AND INSURANCE AGENCY, No. 241 North Main Street, Loa Angsles, Cal. (Formerly' Farmers s Merchants' Rank. aplßtf THE MUTUAL Life Insurance Comp'y Of NKW VOHK, I—ls the oldest active Life Inßnraiu-e Company in this Country. 2— Is the largest Life Insurance Com pany, by many millions of dollars, in the World. J—III Rates of Premiums are lower than any other Company. 4— It has no "Stockholders" to claim any part of its profits. 5— It offers no Schemes under the name of Insurance, for the spec ulation hy Bpecial clanses upon the misfortunes of each other. 6 -Its present available Cash Resources exceed those of any Life Insurance Company in the World. Its Cash Assets on the Ist of Janu ry. 1884, amount to more than OSE HUNDRED ASD ONE MIIIIONB OF DOLLARS. Am desired Information will Im? cheerfully furnished by Q. A. DOBINSON, Resident Agent, Offloe of ltohinaon A Pail-child, 10 COMMERCIAL BTKEET, three doors from Main street mpt% Im tSTiAH Powsa Scroll Haws, etc. o'sHOKN A ALEXANDER, Hole Agents, 62* Market St , Mechai ics' Tools, Hardware KEEF YOUR HE ALTH ! Mineral Water Baths, TS HOW4RO STREET 7!. I.OS ANOELEB. CAI.. These b»ths sre recommended by leading ph) slciana Inr curiiut Liver complaints, Kidney dls i..., Sk.n ill.. !U«'S. Scrofula etc The cure ot many dlw-ases is certilieii DJ a tiumbcr ol persons who took these baths. MODERATE RATES. «rue t I I l«M.I II ~,j- un Proprietrea.. Dissolution of Copartnership. Notice is hereby given that the copartnership »,. r. t..1..re . vistiti, 1.i1.M-rfi .1 I', renal and H I Merrill haa been dissolved l.y mutual consent, S. I Merrill retlrin, from Mid bu.iueas Messrs. Percl al it Chandlers ~r. alone authorized to pay and nulla ll all bills of the late nnu of Percival 4 Merrill I PERCIVAL. S I MERRILL Lu. Aimcl.S, June 1. ISM UKU"" 1» BANK INC! RUOBRB. First National Bank OF LOS ANOEMES. Capital Btook. t 1 00,000 Surpiua. *100.000 E. F. BPEHOB, : : : Preaid.nt WM.LAOT, : : : CAshier directors J D Hi. 111.11.L. j. r. caaaa, H M >»:>>. Wm. Lact, EF. sracs. ~T" KM..I I.He Oast. A. H. Wiloos, Da K. H. MgDosals, 0 H WininsT, Jams* »'■« J F. Cases, v. <t flrosr, J. V Houawsans, I. Lamssssuih. H Masdst, A. W Vaii., Wrxn* MASirsr, 8. 11. Morr, J. D. BtCKNILL, X F. Brasci. o4U I.O« A ISB r»*lE.»rJ» OOUNTY BANK, Main St., Lot Angeles, CaL CAPITAL STOCK, PAID UP, •100,000 Reserve Fund, $200,000 JOHN E. PLATER- President. H. 8 RAKER Vlos.Presl.lent. II L. MauNRIL Uuhler. DIRECTORS: I. %. Slaoso*, Jotdah Btm, John E. Platsr, Rossst a. Basis, Jciun A. Paitom, Ososus W. Pasaoorr H M. WtDSBT. sYßit asd Bill Eiciiasoi oo Sen Francisco New York, London, Peris, Berlin end Frankfort fcirUr , Excramoi oo sll parts of th* United States end Europe. t&T Itsciivs Momrr on open aosount aod oertlf nau. ol donolit, snd do s general banking end uxchanue tmslness Farmer i Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANOEI.KS ESTABLISHED IN 1868. Capital, •KOO.OOO Nnrpln, aa Rrirrvr Fund, MOO.OOO. ISAIAB W. HELLMAN PRESIDENT L.C. UOODWIN VICE-PHKSIDKNT JBIIN MII.NF.R BKOKETARY boasu or uiaßcrosa: IHAIAB W. lIEI.I.MAN, JOHN S. ORIFFIN, U.n.OIIII.DH, 0. E THOM, PHIL OAItNIEIt, J. 11. LANKERSHIM, 0, DI UOMMIIN, JOHK MABCAHEL. XVI II AHit.K FOR HA Lit OR New York, London, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Berlin. tST Receive Deposits snd Issue Their Cer tlllcatrs. gar Huj and Sell Governments, State. County and iii. Honda OM II Honsbsaii, John Barsos, Sa., IWt VleePres't F. C. Howks, Cashior. Los Angeles National Bans, NO. 6s NORTH MAIN STREET, Los An geles, Cal. CAPITAL. •100.000. DIRECTORS : Ds W. o. CornaAN, ' ■ .11 11. Masshai I'riißV M übssn. John Bsrsos.S* , Dll. B, SINSABAI'OH, F. A IIOWSS. USO. 11. RONSBSASS. taTEschsnge for sale on sll the principal oltlea of the United State and Europe. rahv London, Paris ami American Bank (I. IN I TRIM 205 Bansome St., San Francisco. AnthorUrd « apital, - > I tHm <mh MnliNPrtbctl Capital, t 300 4MM Uf which aV.too.OOO havo bc«n called" in, anil £i>oo,O(H>uie subject to rail with one month., no tloo. IMrertorn: WILLIAM PATKRSON, 1- i . (Messrs. Patersoi antl Sliiioikl-) I.<<n>l<>n nod Hnutauorv .IAMES WHITTaLL. t.-\ , (LaU ... Messrs. Jar ilmo, Matr»r*.u A Co., China), London, 8 W J A MKH LA FO NTA IN X, Est) , (Administrator So ciete Ottoman.', Constantinople), London, SIUISMI ND LOl IS SIMON, Bm.. London, EC SIMON LAZAltl>, Hi<i , olcn»rn. Uzard Frerei 4 Cle.), I'arw. RLIK LAZAHD, Km , (KMRt Uzard Freres 4 Cle.), Parta ■wtftftM in Man Franc laro. DAVID OAHM Manage) RUOENI MEYER Sub-Managei HKAR OIFK R, 9 and 10 Tokenbouse Yard, Lotto bury, i.okmov London Banker*. HANK OF SCOTLAND LONDON Agf ii tn NEW YORK Agency of the London, l'aria nnd Amitri.Rii Hank, Li ml ted, 4n Exchange Place. PARIS Mctwrt. lAZrinl Freres A Cle,. 10 Hue Ste. Cecilo. - - Having mim-cilfd tn the btHfMW Of Meaara. Lnzard En-res, San Franeiaco, we ore now pre pared t<> do a general hanking business. Hills ol exchango and tolegraphic transfers bought and wold on Oroat BritAin, Ireland, Krancti, Owmtay, M|I*JIII, Holland, Switzer land, China, Japan, Australia, Central and South America, and principal citiea ol the I'nitfd Htjitoa. CUMMKKCIAL and TRAVELERS' CREDITS imiied, available iv all parta of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE at current ratea of ex- L (MM CKRTIFIOAm OF DEPOSIT and re- Otln l>e|>onitB on open aeeonnta. IIULLION noi'OHT AND SOLD. |lmml4 KALEoI MIMXfi STOCK. THE COLORADO Copper Mountain Mining COMPANY. LOCATION OF MINES Four mllee Kurt Ol he Coloratlo River, in Ynma County, Ariiona Territory, WHnil«« South of "The Needles, n the A. A P. R. R. OFIiI'KRM: S J HE*'K Praaltlent B X lIEW ITT Vice■ President HENRY HAMMEL Treasurer THUS .) CUDDY SecreUrj JOHN OOLOSWORTHY Superintendent DIRECTORS- S, .1 BMki E K. Hewitt, Henry King Htmn HaKiiuul, A. H. Denker. Jimt* OOfHit John Uolda*orth> , Tho*. J. Cudtl.v. At a mectiiik'nf the Hoartt of Directors of th Colorado Copier M.Hintain MiniiiK Company i watt rt-rtolvtMllo place M 60,000 of the stock o the Company OB W* niarkc, in raitve a workinß papital. The atook la to !*■ sold subJetTt to the condition that an UN as IW.MO are suhscrioetl and palit, the work of .lc\ clopmcut tthal bfl c.iniiiifncc.l AM moiirv Militrrif.etl will he put on sptwial depOHit iv the First National bank ot 1 /On Angelee. rniWl llwlllM inforuiation roncerniiiK the iHiuea. their aanays, location, etc., can apply to an) of the Directors anil are referivd, hy per niiasion, to the followtnK nametl gentlemen: K. F. Spencc, 11. S. tirme, John ti ljowney. This Stock is Perpetually Unasses sable. Circulars gtflM a history of the mines may be had upon app!i«ation tw any of the directors. A Map Mh.vm.il: the ttmOk location of the mine* mm} >h UN at tht- oflice of GEO. J. DENIS. Attornoi for thu Company, Room 4, l>uc«mmun lilock. The stock la at present in the hands of Col. E X Hewitt "li" ma\ nt-set-n al his office at the Ne* l»epot. rhc shares mtt of a |«r VtjM of tin each, but tal tht iit-xl oO days will he sold for ti.t*> each This in an exccllenl opportWl4Q for those ol tag hcmio enterprise liy order of Board ol Directors S J KFJ'K, President. Thus J. OVMt, BwreUry. marlfttl W. OLMSTED RTOMB M A S O TW t Stunt t.uiMinvs. foundations and oement, * | m r .uin. AU kiinUnf sUftu u»aa"nr\ tlone prompt- ' ' % reaaunahle rates All work yuaranteed ! g* » : m call • ....... States Hotel. Los i Angelas, n... I - .Hi, I TOR 9A1.8-R.ItAL ESTATE. FOR BALE~ 23 4 O AORBB Fine Level Tine Land! AU in Wheat nt present. •lO per Acre with Crop, half cash, balance in 4 yeara at 7 per cent per annum, ISO AORBS 2 1-2 MILES FROM CUGAMONGA. Oood soil: will nuke Fins Fruit or Vineyard Land. Price, $.1..t0 per Acre. 160 AcresAdjoininflrthe above $3 per Acre. $160 Acres with Water 1 Price. 93 per Acre, Half Cash, balance in live years at 7 per cent Apply to H. J. STEVENSON, Surveyor, No. 6 First Htroct, Los Angeles. my23tf FOR SALE. Lois in the Baker Tract. « K\THAI.I.Y MITIJATKD. Close to the Business Center of the City FRONTING ON Main, Fourth or Los Angeles Streets. For particulars Apply to GRAVES & CHAPMAN, Attorneys-at-Law, Baker Block. nurlO Smog BARGAIN! For Sale-One-Half or All of Acres of Oood Land In Fresno County, Cal. 4000 Acres "A No. 1" Fruit Land, 10.000 or more ditto good farming land, all first elm grazing; Is well watered and abundance of OAK TIMBER. Produces clover and alfllleria leed; has carried 20,000 head of stock Indry seasons in good order. Improved with Several Dwellings One two Btonea ot 10 rooms; two good hams several live stock buildings, from 7,000 to 8/XK acres fenced 'with 4 and 5 boards, cedar posts hog tight; 1000 acres in Hue growing wheal; lm provemeii ts cost over 900,000; is splendid proper ty for a colony ol Irom 60 to 100 or more families If desired, can ttss 100 head of horses now on th rancho for their keeping. 10,000 Acres of Oood Fruit, Farm in/ and Orazinfc Land In San Luis Obispo county, unimproved Prlee S3 SO per Acre, 4000 acres of good grazing land i: Lassen Oounty. tirp.l stock ranch; Is well watered aud all fence* There are 10,000 or more acres good Oood <Jo< ernnient Land adjoining, with* good grazing, hi no water; 4O0(i sheep, 5 head horses, 8 head ca tie, wagons, harness and fann:ng implements s with the land. Price, *M<MMM» Apply or address to HENRY M. SMITH, Arlington House, Room 60. San Francisco, Ca may 18 Splendid Chance FOR AN INVESTMENT. Parties desiring to make a profitable invest ment can havo an opportnmty of ao doing. W For Sale Blocks or Lantl Beautiiully situ.ted ON BOYLE HEIGHTS, Commanding a splendid view and no healthiei location to bo found. These Blocks front on at 80 foot Avenue and contain about four acrei each. Would make beautiful building sites oi will subdivide into lots to advantage. For terms and Map of same call on DENNIB & COOK, 248 Main street, Baker Block. aplStf FOR SALE. $75 Per Acre for Good Land At west end of Ward street. Alrio, round hill, entire block at west end of Fifth street, one ol the choicest hotel or residence sites in the city. Inquire of WILL I>. GOULD. tuarlOlf Attorney atLaw, Tomplc Mock. FOB SALE. 30 Choice Residence Lots t the head of FIRST STREET, Near.the Electric Light Mast, BOYLE H BIGHTS. Apply at once to W. H. WORKMAN, No. 157 Boyle Avenue. decll tf FOR SALE. A Dairy Farm OF 80ACRE8 ATCERRITOB STATION, On the Wilmington Railroad, well fence.!; fine two-story house, 12 rooms, good barn, corral*, «te. j 8 acres ol fruit orchard, vineyard, pepper and eucalyptus trees, all 12 years old; III) acre* of good alfalfa, i interest in MM Inches of water; plenty of wood lor domestic purpose*. Q. W. QLOWNER, No 2, ALLEN BLOCK, Cor. Sprint! and Temple Sis.. l.oa Angelea Cal. »p«2 EBTABLISHED 1860. Barrett k Sherwood, No. 140 Montgomery Street, - San Francisc Importer* and Manufacturers of Diamonds, Watches, .Jewelry, Silver ware and Plated ware. We invite visitors to San Franrsco to Inspect our stock Man making Iheir purchases. Al American Watcho*. A large stock always on hand. Agents lor Bnckford Watches. my2-6tr W. D. and E. J. Vawler, BANTA MONICA, — DSALMta IS— Choice Groceries and Campers' Supptlea, No. 10 Third street. jnlMm FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. Oil Lands for Sale At Petrolia, Biz Miles North of Anaheim. In Hoquel Cation, 240 acre, at 180 par acre. Alao 90 acre* In Brea Cation too per acre. Alao 310 acree In Telegraph Canon at tee per acre. Title U. 8. Patent Theae lands are In thr heart ot the petroleum oil halt, with acrea ol aaphaltum or area keda and numerous oil springs. Near these lands Is one producing oil well with two more being drilled Shallow well* of heat) lubricating oil can be obtained at alight depths on all of these laii'ls Inquire of the o.ner, B. I H A% IM.F.R, Boylo llelghu, or address P. O. Boi ~;u, Loa Angelea. cr at IlißALDofflce. aplf. 8m fi iNmnerr lots t GOOD CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY Dy buying some of tho lots in MILLS' SUBDIVISION of the BABICHI TRACT, One Square Kast of tha Freight Depot, ON MAIN STREET, Formerly Chaves atreet. NO LOTS UM THAN 50 PF.ET WIDK. This street haa been widened and straghtaned, and the lota art* very desirable for homes. AN ELECTRIC MAST Is now boing erected near the center ol the tract, which will he lighted next week, and will make this The Best Lighted Tract in the City. The prices arc put at the lowest rate, the In tention being to sell at once. Satisfactory tonus will be .flven to those who build. Houses erected here for rent are sure to be rented quickly and always. For sale by POMEROY & MILLB, Opposite Court House. JanlO onTarioi The Model Settlement ol SOUTHCSS CALIFORNIA FOS HEALTH, CLIMATE AND CHOICE FRUITS. Hap of tract and copy of "Ontario Fruit Grow er" sent free on application. Proceedings of Seml-Annual State Convention of Fruit Growers, with Ontario Appendix, giving liroflta of fruit culture, climate and general la. ormatlon, sent on receipt of 30 cents ill stamps. Apply to J. S. CALKINS, Itoom No. 6, Schu. maker Block, opp P. (>., Los Angeles, or address VHArrRV BROS,, Ontario, «'al janetf _ San Felipe RANCHO, IN SAN UIEG/0 OOUNTY, FOR SALE. 10,000 n.cree, good for sheep or cattle, well watered, can be bought for $3.60 per acre, if applied for soon. Apply to CHARLES CROCKER, San Francisco, or A. B. HOTOHKIBS, San Diego, Cala. lanS2n FOR SALE. One Hundred and Fifty Acres or LAND. Situated on the Azuaa. Seventy Aye acres m grain; four acres In choice fruits, afl bearing; three a.res in grapes, all bear ing A bouse of four rooms. A good barn, hay press, mowing machine, hay rake, and all the farming inplements for carrying on the ranch. A number one watsr right. Anyone looking for a fine farm is invited to examine the propcity Prlce, |65 per acre. Terms: One half cash, bal ance can remain on mortgage. BARRKTT A ALKXANDER, Bernard Block, No. 4 West First street. deol2 tf FOR SALE, Four Sections of Choioe Land IN ANTELOPE VALLEY, Los Angeles County. Theae lamls have been selected with great care from a tract of sixty Sections, originally belonging to the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, and com prises some of the beat soil in the Valley, Apply to the owners, Wicks, Lucas & Bcntley, 86 and 87 Temple Block, Los Angeles. mh3o lm TO THE PUBLIC: We have this day reduced the prices on the following STRICTLY CASH. St. Louis Lead (Colder brand) SH.6oper cw t Uermanla Lead f6.46 per owt Misa Llamsd OU, rtrMlj pure, in 5 gallon cans "2 ie per gal Hulled Linseed Oil, strict 1> pure, in teas than ■ gallons 75c per gal H*» Linseed Oil. atrietlt pure, in b gallon cans 70c per gal Haw LIISWSII OU, strictly pure, in Isas than s gallon can 7f»c per gal Eairtem Turpentine, in 6 gal cans 50c pni gal Bft-terti Turpentine, in leti than gallon cans 65c per gal Un, Colors, Yellow Oi-hm, Venetian Red, PHn(VMS, Metali<\ Kalnomine and Paris White 3c per lb We also have reduced the rri. es on Show Oases, Wall Paper, etc. We solicit your kind Yours respectfully, Raphael •& Kchl«?«infl.er, 15 N. Main Ut., l<os Angeles, Cal Los Angles, April 5, 1884. tl FOR SALE. Fifty-Seven Acres of Choice Land; Ten acres In Mission grape vines. 3 years old; 2 acres In Bleokenl.iirg grap'' vines. 3 years oM; 17 acres in Mission grape vines, 1 year old; 3 acrea in Oum Trees; «i acre* In Alfalfa and Bar ley. A good hoo.se of ft rooma, stable tor 6 horse, and room for hay ami grain. No. 1 Wind Mill and Tank that contains 4600 gallon,; also a tank that ronlains irso gallons. This property is all fenced, and is a fin. bnr -11 BARRETT A AI.F.XANIIKR. )an22tfl No. < West First St.. Bernard Block ATTRACTIVE Residence Property FOR SALE In one ol the FINEST LOCATIONS IN THE CITY. Mr. Chan W havis;has made another mil-di vision of his bsaHfaj tract on "BOYLE AVENUE," Southeast.l his remdence and we * ill offer this property for aale in lota of from I to H acres each, wni- h Mill make ttie most MStiaMl home* vi the cit* The City Water Pipes .ire Laid along the street Fronting the Lots The other portion pMfMLMII nff. ri-d, compris ing 11 l*rgr lots, were all MM inside of ten day and ara being improve.!, thus allowing the at tractiveness of the location Parties deairing to secure a bargain abnnld . all at once and see the maps and the prices, at the ofßc* of DENNIS & COOK, Agents. 248 Main St., Baker Block. mav22t.f OUR OWN COLUMN. Daily and Weekly HEEALD, THE I Leading Paper: OF 1 I l Southern California, : Will devote Its columns to furthering the Inter ests of Los Angeles city and county and the Southern portion of the State. It Is the intention of the publisher to make j I I The Herald (i A NEWSPAPER OF THE DAT Complete in all ita details and in every department I FULL & RELIABLE. . i The Editorial Columns WILL DISCUSS I ALL LIVE TOPICS OF THE DAY, WHILE THE TELEGRAMS ' K> arrangements newly ffee ed will be the fulles and most exhaustive to be found In any paper of tint State, not being mwptkSsed by these of the Man I'ranclsoo dallies. THE LOCAL COLUMNS Wll, contain a complete resume ol Lo Happenings) and all Matters of Home Interaat. TIIRMsI. DAILY lIKBAt.iI. by mall, one year ti.oo DAILY lIKIIALII, by mail, six month. 4.00 DAILY HERALD, by mall, three months IM DELIVERED IN THE CITY AT 15 Cents Per Week. THE WEEKLY HERALD 1 THR Ms* s WEEKLY, one year, by mall 12.00 WEEKLY six months, by mail I.So » w I Khl.V, three months, by mall 1.70 Payable Invariably in advance. i JOB PH D. LYNCH I Publisher. MtSTAUBAKTB. JOHNSON'S Coffee and loe Cream Parlor, NO. 6 WORTH MAIM STRIET. Bes Coffeaand Lunch ia tha city. Private rooms for Ladies. Call and be convinced. Open day and nlgat. A. JOHNBON, PROP'R. men 14m " W~OOMMEROIAL RESTAURANT, V. DOL, Proprietor, DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREET. Receive, alive and serve, up every day tn. ohoiosst FISH, Including; SOLE, TL'KBOT and SEA TROUT. MR. DOl, ia tho exclusive consignee o' the eel ebrated FKOMAtIF. I)F. BHIE, which only be had at this restaurant. SPRING CHICKENS, Just In from the -ches oooked in every style. This restaurant is Los Angeles's Deiinonioo. mvltf ILLICH'S Restaurant and Oyster Parlors, 41 and 43 N . MAIN ST. GREAT REDUCTION IN OYSTERS. S3 ■"tf" 8 *8"« m,m, . . . mm Small Eastern, ra* or stewed, 26 cts. per plate Bri»i™Slf ter ?-f°i ,^ le ' " 60 cent, per plate Baltimore selected Oysters, 86 cent, per can PRIVATE ROOMS Up Main tor ladies and families, whore meals I will be served in the best style. Jerry Mich. Proprietor. nnv24 lm SOCIETY NOTICES. ' Knights Templar. J3SH D " L ">" Co»»A»l>«Ry no. 8 X:> T: Holds its slated conclaves at the asylum In Ma sonic Hall, on the Third THURSO?? of each month, at 7J o'clock ru. Sojourning K-nlghta Templar in gcoil standing aro cordially invited attend. By order of the E;. G N. Knickbr&ocrrr. Recorder Los Angeles No. S3, R:- Stated convocation, on second MONDAY of each month 7, r. «., at MaMnlc Hall. Sojourning companions In good standing oordiallly invite! ' D> order of 3AMUKE I'RAOER, H. P. M. I,Rvi, Secretary. Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal and Select Masters, F. & A. M. Holm Ita stated assemblies on tho (lh Mon day of each month al Masonic Hall, at 7,30 r. v Sojourning Companions in good standing are fraternally Invited to attend. By order of thcTh!- III". B. O t CUNNINGHAM. Recorder. Masonic Notice. Lo» Akorlim Lodoi No. 42, F. S A. /\y\ M. Tho stated meetings of this Lo.lg t ▼ \are held on the first MONDAY of each month at 7:30 r. v. Member, of Pentalpha, No. '.'01!, and all Master Masons in good standing are cordially Invited. By onler of tbe vv M:> Los Angeles Lodge No. 35, L 0. 0. P. *)Sy. Rwwlar meeitlng held on Wednesda) *mWr evening of each week at 7:30 o'clock. Sojourning brethren in good standing are cordial ly invited. J. 0. Dl TURK, N. O. A F»ui R.B American Legion of Honor. Safitt Council, No. 664, meeta Firtt and Third Thursday "venings of each month at Uood Tem plars' Hall. Visiting Companions always welcome. D. R. PAYNE, Commander C. O. Will.a*. Secretary. apo-Sni K. of P. Tri Color Lodge No. 06 meeta every Friday evening in Ma.r.ni. if ill. Spring street. Sojourning Ki.igiits invited. J. B. BROWN, C. 0. M. P. Qu«?sm.i«. K. of K. and S. m 24 a*, of R Olivb Lodsi No. 28 Meet flrst and third THI KShAVSin the month at Odd Fellows' Hall P.O. BuilftiriK- S<>ji,nriiu,L' united. J. R. SUMMERS, C. C. B A. Yorba. K. of R. and S. Jal-ly Los Angeles Lodge No. 2925, K. of H. RojriUar mootinfrs of the above Lodge are held every Wedm-nlay evcnir.tt nt old Masonic Hall, tyring Ntreot. \ isitiiiK brothers arc cordially in vited to atl«nd. H. C AUSTIN ml! Dictator. 1 0. 0. F. Orainju Council No. 86, 1. i). C. F., meet* e\ery Wednesday l-wiring fn Oood Tfiuplarr Ilall. Vlsitiiik-nionibhrs an> enrdiath imited. JAM. M. BRA IN A HI", 0. O. Isaac S. Smitb, SccreUry. |af 1> . Eagle Corps, N. O 0. Ttß'M'i.Ak meetings at the Armory, Cour street, every Friday ovenimi at g o'clock. W. H. ||. RIJSSRLL. Captain Commanding. C. A. Krtlss. First ftartft?aiit. JeS4 tf Confidence Engine Company. Rsoci.ar meetlnirs of this Cotnpa fc -S3BS' l "' "' ' irH ' Ww,e *"»)' evening Wm\\\\\\\W teach month, at 7:3ooclock By or-l«r N. COHEN. Secretary Carpenters' Union No. 56, Hrotli.Tlifioft nf c. A I, of A., meet* t-viTv flatur rim nintit »t 7 :w H i loii, at Oood Templar' Hall. my 11m A. VINETTE, Secretary California Soda Works. S. CELESTIN & CO. •:.%« ALISO STREET. PURE EASTERN CIDER From Eastern nd« Company. t *f I t - ■ dc livcrv to any part ol th* city. Telephone No 201. OFFICE HOURS. I .— I will be at mv office from 9 a. m. ta 12 v , and rom 1 to i r. a. daily, Sundays excepted. I X itovn, JvlStf Buperin tender t of Streets Aliso Sntn i M Alt kit, A. A. I I.RICII, l'rop'r, ta Allao Street, opposite the Cracker Factory I latter in all kinds nf Fresh and Salted Meats and Sausages, floods ilsllvered to all parts of the city free. my4tt ADOLPH BOECKMAN, Locksmith A Iti II lumber. All klndl nl repairing prompt!,, attended to, and work guaranteed. No 'i t lint t.. in ■.<>« .Vnrlrs Ht myntfg ORANOEInEES FOR SALE. Three thousand fins liu.lded orange tree, sh Msvra old at thirty dollars |»ir h.ndred Appl; .1220 North Salt, strwl. over U. H. Hu.h ENGINEERS ANI> O. B. BRO r^N. Room 4, Widney Blook, . - - [Ir* stmt. OrrlOß HOURS—a a. ». to r, r. a. apSOth jta. r. sown, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, Removed to No. ,121 South Sprisg Htroet L* lande Block, Room 18. apotf JOHN IT m\ T.T.. ARCHITECT AND SANITARY ENGINEER, 7} North Malu Street. (Rooma 4 and fi.) apflt j. a wildt. o. a, DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR. Will make surveys of town lota, government landa, ranches, roads, atreet railroads, irrigation ditches and pipe lines, and will furnish plans and specifications ol waterworks, grading and other engineering work. OFFICE:—Room 16, Hsllman building, ovsr Orange Store. tebSStf WILLIAM P. REYNOLDS. CIVIL ENGINEER AMD tURVEVtV No. 17 North Main Street, Up Stairs, Room No. ». rat ■l ll B= EXAMINERS OF TITLES. ■ Gillette, Gibson * Wood, Examiners of Title and Conveyancers, Rooms 18 and 14, McDonald Blook, Mala LOS ANQELES CAL. sap Hsnst N. Oailowat D. B. Lis.vao. Attorney at-Law. GALLOWAY & LIEMAU, Examiners of Titles tt Conveyancers Rooms 1 and 2 Moore Block, Court Street, oppo site Court House, Los Angelee, Cal. ocS dm SALOONS. LEMP'S LAGER BEER. The Bast Bear is made by w. 3. LKMP, of St. Louis. Call and try it at LEMP'S Bi lit AGENCY. (4 HOSTS M.i IS STBhKI. JantS lm " THE SNUG, No. 4 8. MAIN BTRBBT, Nos* door to CONFIDENCE ENGINE UOUB HENRY. ormarly No. 10 Commercial St. ■IST LIQUORS, 8118 ANO 01 CAR AjfComs and sc. me. JSltf HENRT NORBOBL OLUB THEATRE. Main street. Dear th. Ploo Boras. PERRY BROTHERS Proprietors We present weekly an .rganlaatlon of brilliant , ars, twenty In number. atlre change of bill every Monday ovenlng OIRAT ATT". %€ TIONH ror he Holidays norSO WM. J. LEMP'S Western Brewery, ST. LOUIS, MO., Has .stablbjhed sn age net here, and the world renowned Beer Is selling at S CTS. A OLASS at C. ZISSIO, S4 N. Mala Hlreet. PAUL SHILLING, Corner ol Spring and Second McflUOR * MASS BY, sap lit! Opp. New Freight Depot Farmers' Home Saloon. PURE LIQUORS. FINE CIGARS AND LUNCHES No. 13 8. Main St., near Pint. FROHLIRGER A MATTNIEIOS, PROPRIETORS decMtf CashFuTniture Store. BEESON & ECKBTROM ion i.oh Angeles Breet, THE HEADQUARTERS Wangeman's Brass and String Band Is now esUblMied .t F. Olese'. Drug Store, Ho. 10 North Spring street mr. lea The Poetry of Southern Call fornla. DOLORES And other Poems, By Albert F. Kercheval. Efery home should contain a copy of t Is beautiful book. For Sale by Phil Hlrsohfald ft Co., nenm bmm.k Price, .-• S*. nortfidtwtf OUR NEW Carpet BeatlDj, Machiuc Is now running, snd we solicit the patronage of housfdtttepers and persons wishing carpets taken up, el»aned and relaid. We claim to have tha only new flrst-olaas Car pet Beating Merhlnu In I/Oi Angeles, and will do good work at a rmaonahle rate. Car|H>ts in any nuantltlee clwened and relaid within twenty-four hours Irom the tims of taking them away. Carpet Beating Worka on Alvarado Bt. I. .avf orders at Dotter A Bradley'a Branch .Store, opi»osite I'ostoffice, or at tbe Main .Street tttore. CerPostofflce Bon 1164. LACEY BROTHERS. MM THE ELITE GALLSRY Always In the lead. The finest dudin In Southern ('slifornl.. Our work I, Ullstuallerl and unexcelled. T S STANTON, erop'r, apB Sin Us Atgeles Oa a H. Newmark& Co., WHOLESALE .ROGERS. Dealers In Wool. I.im. 11id.., 11, 18 nd 15 LOH ANOCLKB BTRKKT. lafitS