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WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SER
VICE, U.S. ARMY
of Tolcitrams and Reports for the han
ptJt of r-otnuterce ami Agriculture. Report of n>
servatlons taken ot Los Angeles, Cat., Aug. S6,
1884

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M ixiTuuiii Thermometer, 86.ft,
Mhiiinum Thermometer, 68.3
Mr. Robert Farrell, an energetiu gen
tleman, well known to Los Angeles, has
been appointed subscription agent for
the Hkbald. For sometime to come he
will devite himself to the city audits
immedif <c surroundiugs. We commend
hltn to. 11 who desire the leading daily
journal published south of Sau Francisco.
Pinafore hats will soon be in vogue and
style.
Four cans deviled ham, 05 cents, U.
Jevne.
Try Lankershim A Co s new process
roller flour.
Pinafore to crowded houses in San
Francisco,
A room is wanted on ground floor,
with board, for man and wife.
The cannon in Pinafore will be manned
by squads of meu-o'-war men!
Toe slippers lit for a queen to wear, 98
cents, People's Store.
The best and cheapest cologne in
town Is Seaside Cologne. Try it.
ft Four one pound cans Dunbar Shrimps,
$1.10, H. Jevne.
A house to let and furniture for sale,
is advertised in another column.
Greatest Remnant Sales on tbe Pacific
Coast. City of Paris.
BjThe rainfall at the rancho of Hon. J.
F. Crank on Friday last was .41 Inches.
Rev. J. W. Wsbb, the temperance
orator from Lompoo, ia visiting the city.
E. W. Noyes was a passenger to San
Francisco by steamer on Sunday morn
ing.
Mr. F, M. Smith and Miss M. J.
Brown, were yesterday licensed to
marry.
Read the People's Store advertisement
and buy child's pebble goat tipped shoes
at 98 cents, worth 11.55.
Dr. P. R. McNnlty left for San
Fransisco by steamer Santa Rosa on
Sunday.
The number of Remnants sold and
atill on hand is perfectly startling. City
of Paris.
Seventy-two passengers left for tbe
north on Sunday morning, per steamer
Santa Rosa,
Five three pound cans Boston baked
beans 90 cents. H. Jevne, 38 and 40
North Spring street
Hancock M. Johnston and son left for
a business trip te San Francisco per
steamer Santa Rosa on Sunday.
Jim Smith and Harry Jones use noth
ing but Elite Bouquet. Try It
Attention is called to a notice of meet
ing of the Cleveland Cadets at Justice
Ling's office to-morrow night. The boys
have organized a very tine company.
W. N. Monroe offers sixty large mules
for sale at Lock hart * Sons' corral on
Upper Main street A good bargain for
somebody. au*24-3t
Our Remnant Sale offers greater bar
gains than were ever before secured iv
Los Angelas. Ladies, don't fail to take
advantage of it. Cily of Paris.
The Los Angeles Democratic County
Central Committee will meet next Sat*
urday, August 30th, at the office of W.
D. Stephenson, Allen building. See no
tioe.
Six one pound cans Little Neok Clams
85 cents, H. Jevne.
At tbe Recorder's office yesterday
there were filed for record, fourteen
deeds, three mortgages, three satisfac
tions of mortgages, one map and one
marriage license.
Ladies' real Balbriggan hose, three
pair for 50 cents, at
J. M. HAi.KfcCo'.,
7 aad 9 Spring St.
Several headers, header wagons,
derricks, thresher engines, and com
plete outfits, arrived in the city on
Saturday afternoon, for thorough re
pairs, after a long season of harvesting
grain.
Why buy trash when you csn pur
chase from us the beet goods for tbe
same price? City of Paris.
Azusa is this year furnishing a large
yield of potatoes. It is supposed that
tbe spring and fall crop will amount to
200,000 bushels of fine tubers. The
Azusa far-oer* are getting rich in raising
potatoes.
New lines of fine plaids and combina
tion suitings at remarkably low prices at
J. M. Halx A Co's,
7 and 9 Spring St.
Prof. L D. Smith, City Superintend
ent of the City Public Schools, has re
turned from his short summer vacation
and opened his office in tbe Central
School building, formerly known as the
High School.
Remnants for one-quarter of their
original coat at tbe City of Paris.
Judgo limes, of Ventura, is holding
court for Judge H. M. Smith in his de
partment of the Superior Court. Tbe
Hay case which was tried one and a half
times by Judge Hlnes is again occupying
his attention.
We have ladies' slippers which at
mesmerizing price would be well worth
$1, to-day the same for 48 cents, at Peo
ple's Store.
Doctor Vnth has Introduced the
ancient "grape cure," which has long
been so popular iv Europe. The Doctor
practiced hie profession in Europe and is
sanguine of the success of this simple
cure. See bis notice.
No matter what prices you see
groceries advertised at, remember that
11. Jevne's price is still lower.
W.J. Kingsbury, Esq., has just re
turned from a business trip to San An
tonio, Texas. He brings reports of gen
eral prosperity in the LOM Star SUte,
nad that San Antonio is shooting ahead
as a commercial center.
Sunday was St. Bartholemew'a Day,
and the churches whose name is now
legion in this oily, were all crowded
with worshippers. Los Angeles, like
Brooklyn, New York, can properly be
called the "City of Churches."
After a hiatus of a wesk, excepting
lost Friday, the big Lankershlm flouring
mill commenced its night aad day work
yesterday morning, the first time it baa
commenced on Monday, tbe regular day
previously having been Tuesday.
Twenty yarda of good gingham forsl
at J.M. Hals A Cos,
7 and 0 Spring St.
Tho now building on Commercial
etreet, erected by Messrs. Mott A Spence,
is being enlarged by a brick wall, en tbe
west side of the adjoining building on
the west side, which they have pur
t'hesed. making a large addition to the
new structure.
L*dic*,ju«t think of it, 25 cents will
buy goods that coat us $1. City of Pa
ris, 105 aad 107 N. Spring street.
The Herald acknowledges a call from
Francis H. Whaley, editor and proprie
tor of tbe San Luis Rey Star. Mi.
Whaley reports prosperous tlmse in that
Eort of the country, aud we are glad to
now that Mr. Whaley is sharing in the
general prosperity,
The Santa Monica trains are not car
rying their summer outfit. The morn
ing and evening trains are four oars
each, while the others are five ears each,
and not well filled. Sunday's train con
sisted of eighteen cars, only fourteen of
Of which were filled.
A peculiar feature in irrigation this
year is shown hy the demand for water
in Anaheim. The OmetU of last Satur
day, says, "there Is no sale for water in
Anaheim for irrigation during the month
ot August. The stream is only used for
sluicing out and cleaning the ditches."
Kven a queen on the throne would
buy our 15-oent toft sole Infant's shoes,
People's Store.
A picnic for the benefit of T hood ore
Steinbachs' daughter Ida, will take place
at the City Uardens, Sunday, August
30tb, 18H4. It ia hoped that a generous
■urn wilt be raised for the benefit of this
nnfortnnate girl who wishes to raise
some money to pay for medical treat
ment to restore her eyesight.
Four three pound cans Jersey baked
■weet potatoes 85 cents, H. Jevne.
A new music store has been opened at
23 South Main street, where an assort
ment of the Webor, Simpson and Hard
man pianos can always be found. Mrs,
G. W. Lancaster, the proprietress, has
the agency for Southern California for
these pianos, and intends also to keep on
hand a stock of musical merchandise.
Four two pound cans Blue Point or
Seal Rock oysters for 85 cents. H.
Jevene, 38 and 40 North Spring street.
Mr. Joseph Mesmer, proprietor of the
Queeu boot and shoe store, comes out
this morning with a breezy card to the
public on the question of selling boots
und shoes. The competition iv this
branch of business is besoming very
lively, and Mr. Mesmer is determined to
have his share of the trade, and that he
will have,
We will show you a queenly French
kid shoe at|2.75 at People's Store.
Attention is called to the notiou of
postponement of the opening of the new
and beautiful Kills Villa College until
Sept. 15th, on account of the inability
to complete the edifice at an earlier date.
The institution is receiving great encour
agement from different parts of the
country and will be a valuable addition
to our schools of learning.
Five two pound cans Codfish balls 90
cents, H. Jevne.
Postmaster Doukelberger bu received
authority to put ou two more mail car
riers in tbe city, which will make
Instead of the present alx earrisrs, An
increased mail delivery will be pot on,
in Main and Spring streets, giving all of
Spring street four deliveries per day,
and the same to Main street from the
Plaza to the junction with Spring street.
Read tho People's Store advertisement
and buy children's fine sandals for 75
cents. People's Store.
The Arizona Citizen nays: "A great
many people in Arizona enjoy the honor
of a personal acquaintance with Col. E.
K. Hewitt, Superintendent of the Los
Angeles division of Ihe Southern Pacific
Railroad, and they will all rejoice to
hear that he has been appointed by Gov
ernor Stoneman to be Brigadier-General,
commanding the Kind; Brigade, N. O.C.
Henceforth it is "General Hewitt."
Four cans deviled chicken, turkey,
tongue aed lobsters, $1.10, 11. Jevue.
Mfssr*. A. aud Peter Foynazxina and
D Pbillipponi, Swiss gentlemen of ample
fortune who are now engaged largely in
dairying in Sau Lais Obispo county, are
in the city at the St. Charles Hotel.
They will look at land that may be used
for the dairy buaiuess, a<id on which ul
falfa may be grown, These gentlemen
would be an important acquisition to the
business interests of Los Angeles county.
Come and see the bargains we arc of
fering in Hue stilt and Lislo thread hose.
J. M. Hal* A Co.,
7 and 9 Spring St.
Messrs. Hotter 4 Bradley give notice
in another column ef the dissolution of
their firm, with thanks for former pat
ronage, and recommendation of their
successors to tbe confidence of the pub
lic. Either of tha former partners will
settle accounts of the old Arm. Messrs.
Hotter & Bradley will continue as mem
bers of the Los Angeles Furniture Com
pany and give it the benefit of their val
uable experience and aervioas.
Mesmerism In shoes—Cbildrsn's New
port ties 40 cents, People's Store.
The Cleveland Cadets held a meeting
at Judge Ling's Court Room last night.
After several new members had signed
the roll, tbe dab was addressed by Judge
Ling and Mr. H. M. Adams, who were
both loudly cheered. The club then ad
journed, formed in ranks and had their
first drill, whioh waa very creditable.
Mr. J. C. Solomon acted as Captain.
After marching to tha Hkrald office
they gave three rousing cheers for Cleve
land, Hal Valle and the Hkrald.
Tbe sale of Remnants will still con
tinue. Some extraordinary bargains
this week. City of Paris.
A large and enthusiastic gathering of
the Third Ward Democracy convened at
Judge Morgan's Court room last even
ing. The resolution adopted by tbe
Second Ward Clnb, with reference to
holding elections for delegates to the
County Convention, according to tbe
Club system now iv vogue in San Fran
cisco, was brought to the attention of
this club, but the club refused to enter
tain the proposition and advocated and
adopted a resolution endorsing tho old
primary system.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of Clapp Bros, A Co., of 30 aud 32
North Spring street. This firm is head
quarters for stovea aud hollow ware,
mantles and grates, of tbe Phillips A
Buttorff Manufacturing Company, of
Nashville, Tennessee. Mr. E. E. Cran
dall, one of the stockholders Is now a
resident of this city, and is a mem
ber of tbe above firm. Builders and
others in need of mantles, grates, stoves
and tinware will do well to give this
firm a call.
The queen was In the kitchen eating
bread and honey, while we are rattling
off shoes for very little money; People's
Store.
The city can obtain a fine tract of land
for a west side park in lot 8, block 28,
on Diamond street, on the line of the
new street railway that is to run across
ths city, passing through First strest.
This lot is diversified in its topographical
features and can be made very beaatlful.
Then another park should be made on
the east side of the city and connected
with the west park by a street railway.
Perhaps Mr. W. H. Workman will
donate a park site on the east side on
some of his handsome lots.
Double-fold black lace bunting only
25 cents a yard—a real bargain—at
J. M. Hale A Co s,
7 and 9 Spring St.
The Los Angeles Furniture Company,
the largest establishment of its kind to
Southern California, comes before the
public in the columns of the H skald
this morning announcing their immense
business as tbe successors of Hotter A
Bradley, dealers in furniture, carpets,
wall paper, curtains, decorations, oil
cloths, mats, etc. Tbe new company is
composed of experienced business men
and able financiers, that command re
spect In all parts of the country. With
abundance of capital the company pur
chase only in oar load lots and at tbe
lowest cash rates from manufacturers
only. Their immense establishment ia
well worthy of a visit. Their trade is
all over Southern California, Arisona and
pert of New Mexico, and is of great vol
ume continually.
In fine goods, legitimate and extraor
dinarily low prices we lead. City of
Paris.
Ths Catholic Church of Santa Monica
was crowded to its utmost capacity by a
most select company on Saturday even
ing last, to hear a grand concert, given
In aid of tbe building fund. A pro
gramme of high claea music was provid
ed and carried out without any altera
tion by the following accomplished ar
tistes: The Missce Wiseman, soprauo
and mezzo soprano; Madame Marra,
contralto; Mrs. John Alton, basso; Mrs.
Dr. Beach and Mis* I>avidson, Pianists;
Mr. Percy Kaarae, solo violin; Mr. Lind
say Kearoc, sole violinoelb.; end Mr.
rioa-ie, solo flute. The audience testi
fied their appreciation, by their hearty
applause and frequent demands for
•uooraa,
LOS A.y<*gLH9 DAILY HBRALP, TV EH PAY MQBMTICGr. AUOCTST 1!6. I*B4.
Exciting Game of Vase Sail.
One of the beet and eloaest base ball
snatches witnessed In this city for six
years past, when the Orange boys used
to generally "take the pot," was on Sun
day last at the grounds on the corner of
Sixth and Flower streets, when tbe first
nine of the Loa Angeles Base Ball Club
played the picked nine of the Printers'
Club for a purse of f 100. A large
crowd was present and tbe contest was
watched with the utmost interest. Fol
lowing sre the names of the players and
their positions: First nine, Los Angeles
Club—Bletoh, Captain, catcher; Dunn,
second base; Nelson, pitcher; Kelly,
short-stop; George, first base; Bendman,
third base; Bradley, left Held; Rogers,
center field; Tenbrooke, right field.
Printers' picked nine—Crawford. Cap
tain, second base; I-ogan, catcher; Ar
thur, short-stop; Cantlin, first base; Day,
third base; Lee, left field; Wilson, pitch
er; Laughlin, center Held; Gardner, right
field. There were three scorers appoint
ed—ll. C. Ferguson, Albert Lang and L.
Osborne. B. Radigan, Jr., was appoint
ed umpire. The Printers won tbe toss
and took the outside in the first inning.
The game was close and only lasted one
hour and thirty-five minutes, ending in
a score of eight for the Los Angeles
Base Ball Club to seven point*
for the Printers' Base Ball Club.
There were live "goose-eggs" made
by tbe winning club, and five by
tbe Printers' club. There were a grea
many hoe plays msde on both sides,
which caused the applause of the spec
tators. The game was so close as to al
most look professional. One good play
was when a man waa on first base, in the
sixth inning, and the batter, with a ball
to center, forced him to second base,
where he waa put out, as was the batter
on first base. In the ninth Inning, after
two men were out, and one ran had
been made, ona of the best players got
to third base. By accident, the batter
at tbe time, tipped a foul ball right into
the catcher's hands, making the side
and game out. At the close, the money
put up, changed hands, and there was
much cheering on both sides, and by the
spectators, at the closeness of the con
test. Following is the score by innings:
LOS ANQILEB CLUB.
1 |»|3|4|6|«|7;»l U-Totl
0 | 1 | I | 0 | 1 | l.| 0 | 0 ■ I) »
PRINTERS' CLUB.
i i s i s " i 7 i 8 i '-Toti
I I » I » I » I » 1 M ' I ' I 1- 7
Return of Col. J.J. Warner.
Col. J. J. Warner, better known aa
Don Juan, returned by the northern
route on Sunday, accompanied by bis
granddaughter, Miss Artemisa Cruz,
from an extended trip to the East, visit*
ing his old home in Connectiont, also New
York, Boston, Hartford, Baltimore, Phil
adelphia, Washington, Cincinnati, St.
Louis, and other points of interest. The
Colonel had not paid aviait to his birth
place for forty-four years, and everything
waa new, although the old relatives and
friends greeted him warmly. Col. War
ner looks younger than when he left,
and has a healthy appearance, caused by
a pleasant trip lasting three months and
a week. Although Dun Juan had been
expected for some time, his actual arri
val was a surprise to his legion of friends,
who congratulated him onnis safe return
and renewed health, as fast as they met
him. It is rumored that an ovation will
be tendered to the returned wanderer by
some of his old friends within a few
days.
More Sail Delivery.
San Bernardino appears to bave had
another jail delivery. On Saturday the
door of the jail was left open abont noon,
for humanitarian reasons probably, and
three of the prisoners, Martin, Denny,
aud Long John, took a walk for their
health. Long John wandered away so
far that he forgot where the jail stood
and so failed to return. A friend is
anxiously looking for John, to persuade
him to return for his meals, for fear tbe
poor fellow, who had a robust appetite,
might get hungry. A Chinaman and an
Indian refused to go out of tbe jail to
freedom on account of the heat of the
weather. Martin audLDeuny had pistols
and amused themselves by shooting at
tbe Sheriff several times. They were
persuaded to return to the gentlo shades
of the jail, .after a long walk. These
two fellows were pn t In jsil for attempt
ing to murder Oliver Simpson at Dag
gett. They will postpone their next
walkout till the weather is cooler.
The Larrabee Case Settled
The application of Mrs. Larrabee for
the setting aaide for her use of certain
property of the estate of Charles H.
Larrabee, deceased, waa granted ia tbe
Superior Court yesterday, and a decree
issued awarding her, aa the widow, all
the personal property of the estate ex
empt from execution. An effort was
made on tbe part of the contestants to
prove that she was not the wife of Col.
Larrabee, and an impression has pre
vailed abroad to that effect; but her pro
duction of a marriage certificate and let
ters received by her from Col. Larrabee
until a short time prior to his death
were conclusive evidence of the justness
of her claim, and hence it waa allowed
by tbe court.— San Bernardino Time*.
Steamer Passengers.
The following passengers left for
northern coast ports yesterday afternoon
by the steamer Las Angeles:
Sao Francisco—X. C. Flagg. Miss M.
Francis, B. X Marksley, W. Williams,
J. L. Hepburn, A. Kubne.
Port Harford—E B. Cushing, J. J.
Mcßae, George Brittaa.
Santa Barbara—Domingo Bat/, J.
Spetxer.
San Buenaventura—S. S. Smith, J. A.
Black, H. Eastwood.
Sheridan.
We are to have a week of tragedy at
the Opera House, commencing Sept. Bth,
by the eminent American tragedian,
Sheridan, supported by Miss Louise
Davenport and a full and efficient com
pany of seventeen artists, under the
management of McLaitt, Lehman k Co.
The following repertoire willexplain for
itself: Monday, King Lear; Tuesday,
Louis XI; Wednesday, Merchant of
Venice; Thursday, Rich Mien; Friday,
Richard III; Saturday matinee, Lugo
mar; Saturday, Othello.
Passengers Due From the East To-
Day.
The following ia the list of riiiiar"!
from the Gut, via the Soutbera nate,
to arrive in Los Angeles at 11*0, p. m.
to-day, specially telegraphed to the
Hkrald from tjaaa Grande, Arizona:
Pslrick L. Kearney, Los Angelea: K.
Hill, 0, B. Crowley, H. B. West, San
Francisco; S. J, Abl, Sacramento,
Parasols! Parasols!
We are offering our entire bine of par
sols at half of their actual value.
J. M. Hale A Co.,
7 and 9 Spring St.
Our misses Cnroooa button shoes at
51,25 would mesmerize a queen er any
otnsr monarch; they are being sold at
tbe People's Store.
The Cleveland Guards are ex pro ted to
have quite a large attendance at their
meeting to-night, as the organization has
become so large that It will have to be
divided Into companies, and amongst
other important business officers will
have to be elected for such new com-
C las to be formed, after which the uni
ns will be distributed arao ig the
members. After the boainesa meeting
the Messrs. Stephen M. White and
Thomas B. Brown will address tbe club
upon the issues of the day. The reputa
tion of tbeee gentlemen ia so well known
that it will hardly be neoasaary to add
that those who tarn out to Listen to them
will certainly not be disappointed.
Klegant line ol plaid dreaa good*, very
desirable colors, only 25 cents a yard.
J.M. Hals* Co ,
7 nnd» Spring Si.
RAILROAD NEWS.
Tbinas or Moment In the Railroad
World.
General K. K. Hewitt returned yester
day from a trip to the Needles. He bad
gene to look over the division from Mo
jave to the Needles, which he will take
charge of on the first of September.
Mr. C. B. Seymour, former Superinten
dent, will go on the division from Xl
Paso to Sanderson, vioe James Campbell,
resigned. This makes Gen. Hewitt
Superintendent of tbe Southern Pacific
from Yuma to the Needles.
Last Saturday afternoon smoke was
seen issuing from the depot platform at
Modesto. Water was applied and it
waa thought that the* fire was extln
guisbed. The flames, however, were
only smouldering and soon broke out
and destroyed the dopot building. Some
careless person had thrown a lighted
cigar under the platform, which caused
the tire.
Hereafter buffet cars will be run be
tween New Orleans aud Deming and tbe
same yellow aad silver palace dining
oars will run between Dealing and Km,
Francisco.
Passengers from Sao Francisco will
now tike sleepers to Las Vegas instead
of Albuquerque as formerly. Sleeping
oars now run through to Ogden, uot to
Omaha.
L. T. Smith, of the Pullman palace car
service, came in yesterday.
The conversation reported in Sunday's
Herald was between Mr. White aud a
railroad man. Tbe Impression was uot
intended to be conveyed that Mr. White
would "josh" with a person really seek
ing information, as he is uniformly ao
-1 oommodating to travelers.
The rains above washed out tbe South
ern Pacific road in several places. By
prompt work the pasieuger trains gut
over the weak places, but the freights
were detained from six o'clock v. m. Fri
; day nntil nine o'clock a. m, Saturday.
The road is all right now.
Fire at Mojave.
About one o'oloek yesterday morning
a fire broke ont in a Chinese laundry in
Mojave. The laundry was in the north
ern portion of the village aud as the
wind was blowing from the north It Was
but a short time until the whole business
part of town was enveloped In flames.
The houses were all frame structures
and were devoured like tinder. So
rapidly did tbe fire spread that the
Mojave House was in flames before the
gnests were fully awakened. All of
them escaped however, excepting the
barkeeper, Thomas Deroing, who lost
bis life, being burnt to a crisp, and Mrs.
Brown, a blind woman, who was severe
ly burned about tbe legs and body. H.
H. Buckles, a saloon keeper, also had
his face and neck badly burned. Mrs.
Brown was brought to this city yester
day and placed in the SinterV Hospital.
General E. E. Hewitt, of the Southern
Pacific road was a guest of the Railroad
House and barely escaped in
very scant raiment. After leaving
tbe burning building he returned
for some of his effects, but the flames
were so fierce that he failed to reach his
room. In the morning he found the re
mains of his watch in the ashes. All of
the town was destroyed excepting the
railroad buildings and a few residences
on the outskirts of town. At this time
it is impossible to estimate the losses or
the amount of insurance.
Mojave was an eating station, and
hereafter the passengers on the north
bound train will take supper at Lancae
terst4:lsp. m. and the south bound
passengers will take breakfastatTchach
epiat7:lo a. m. In the meantime it
would be advisable for everybody to put
in a hearty meal at tbe depot in this city
where all of the trains take dinner.
Steamer Passengers.
Tbe following passengers left for the
north on Sunday morning, per steamer
Santa Rosa:
For San Francisco—A I Lesem, Fred i
Donne Is, H E Moore and wife. Miss M 1
Parisot, Mrs S San so me, I)r R Wagner
and wife, Miss Stella Tar water, Mrs L
Oarlias and daughter, Miss L Snmpf,
Mrs 8 O Alexander and daughter, Miss
Agnes V Shaffer, Miss Laura Kngel, Mrs
H Rettberg, G F Dutton, wife and three
children, J W Hendricks, Dr P R Mc-
Nulty, P C O'Neill, Mrs Kunte, Mrs J A
Cornwall, Miss M Livingston, E W
Noyce, H M J ohnston and son,
Miss A O Williams, Miss Rey Weil,
Miss L E Steronbe, Miss L Derkin, Miss
J Manning, C R Lobdell, H Mayer. C
E Coke, Miss A Oaasagne, Miss M Oaa
aagne. Miss Hitching, Mrs John Yon
Helm, Dr J S Eastman, T 0 Elliott, J
Kaiser, Francis F Stewart, R Ayale, C
H Strattoo, E C Denning, H C Me-
Qinniss, L R Rankin, f R Schumann,
and twelve in the steerage.
For Port Harford—Jose N Qnintano,
W H Ferris, Mrs F Garcia, E Mc-
Uinley.
For Santa Barbara—G W French, G
H Drury, Mrs J Logan, Z Andrade.
The Pistt and Berman Matter.
C. D. Piatt and E. Her man were re
arrested yesterday forenoon on charges
of perjury, in having sworn falsely to
the affidavit attached to the assignment
papers, the same being filed January Bth,
1884. The complaint was sworn to ty
an agent ef Miller A Phelps, of San Fran
cisco, and in each case it alleges that
both defendants swore falsely by not in
cluding a true and correct inventory of
assets.
The charge of embezzlement against
Piatt came to a close in the Superior
Court Saturday night. Judge Smith
charged tbe jury at 9 p. m., and at a lit
tle past that hour they retired. At 11
p. m. they reappeared in the court room,
and en the announcement of the foreman
that an agreement could not be reached,
the jury was discharged.
COURT REPORTS
Superior Court Hlnee. J.
Monday. Aug. 25th, 1884.
Application for habeas corpus of An
tonio Ramos—Continued till 8:30 a. m.
tomorrow.
D.oulcia Ramirez, an indigent witness,
allowed $5.
Estate of Charles Coleman, deceased —
Continued till next Monday at 10 A. m
De Turk vs Strohm—Twenty daya
given defendant time to answer.
' People vs. E. Herman, embezzlement
—Ordered that forfeiture of bail be set
aside and defendant ordered to appear
for trial -o-moirow at 10 A. M.
People vs. Andrew Hay, rape—Hon.
Thomas Fitch entered as associate coun
sel for defendant; caie continued till
to-morrow 9:30 a. m.
Richard Sun tag, native of Germany,
naturalised.
People vs. R, flilvas— Ten days further
time giveu to prepare and Ale statement
ou appeal.
HOWARD, J.
E. A. Honey vs. Warren et al—Find
ings and judgment in favor of defendant.
Bottoms vs. Hargrave et al—-Demurrer
sustained, with leave to plaintiff to
amend Is twenty days.
Ex parte, C. D. Piatt, for writ of
habeas corpus-— By consent of all parties,
defendant allowed to give bail in the
sum of 9500, which being furnished de
fendant was discharged.
Del Valie Solid in Calico
Editor Herald:—The Loa Angeles
rimes of ths 19 th inst. reports an inter
view with Col. E. W. Blatsdell, In
which it says upon the authority (very
unreliable) of the d jghty "C 01.,"
(where be gained the military title no
one knows), that every miner he has
seen in this district, since the nomina
tion, is going for Markham for Congress.
Mr. B. haa undoubtedly interviewed but
few of the citizens of Calico or perhaps
they were presented to his fertile imagin
ation whilst enjoying a noon day nap in
the shady recess of some friendly rock,
for we cannot see how he could other
wise have been so badly mistaken.
Col. Markham haa done no more than
many others for the benefit of this rain
ing aommnnity. Every dollar that he
has expended haa been amply repaid to
him by the minora' labor, and that at
the lowest rates, and at the present he
is not identified with the mining inter
tats of this vicinity, having disposed of
his mining property here after filling his
sack pretty fuil. And what clabsM he
has npon the an if rages of the voters of
this seotion to make them bolt the regu
lar Democratic ticket we fad to see; and
upon what ground Mr. B paahjsj the
assertion, in the face of the fact that tbe
precinct has always been, and is now,
two-thirds Democratic, it is impossible
to understand. Tha election of Col.
Markham, like many of Mr. Blaisdel's
mining schemes. Is very visionary, aad
only exists In the very fertile imagine
tlon of a very imaginary enthusiast.
pßoaraoron.
The Minor Courts.
Mayor Thorn bad the time fully occu
pied yesterday in attending to thu Sunday
law breaker;.
Louis Pechart was poueud of n desire
to fire off his pistol in the city limits and
paid two dollars for the amusemeut.
Juan Beger was charged with the same
offense, but was dismissed.
H. A. Games for disorderly conduct
was fined live dollars.
Mrs. X Devine whs drunk and disor
derly, and was fined three dollars.
J. If. Thomas, John Foely, John Rob
erta and George Rivers were lined five
dollars each for being drunk aud disor
derly, while Frank Donaldson got ten
dollars for an aggravated form of the
same offence.
L. Boeder, who was arrested for main,
taiitiug a nuisance, was discharged, as it
was shown that he had complied with the
ordinance.
G. Gariboidl and M. deColis were ar
ranged for violation of ordinance And
will be heard on tbe 29th Inst.
justice lino.
Al fred Smiley. « negro who hs s
lately been released from the State peni
tentiary, made a bold slroke to return
to his former quarters by stealing a
' horse from C. B. Wood head. He was
arrested in Veutura couuty by Deputy
Sheriff Huber, aud Justice Ling held
him iv $500 bail to await a hearing on
the 28tb Inst. Smiley failed to give
bond and Is in jail.
Panfila Ramirez and Dolores Alvarado
acted very badly on the Plaza last night
and wilt be tried on August 28th.
Willis T. Grey, charged with em.
bezzling $38 from Vickery and Hiuds,
will be heard to-morrow morniug at
nine o'clock,
JUSTICE MORGAN.
C, Lopez is oearged with making an
assault with a deadly weapon aad will
he examined on August 30th.
George Burber, the alleged burglar of
Mablstedt's winery will have a bearing
on September Ist.
H. Zimmerman, the man who is
charged with obtaining money by re
presenting himself as Levy's agent, was
arraigned and his examination set for
August 28th, in the meantime he Is in
jail iv default of $200 bail.
J. F. Undue, charged with burglary,
bad his case set for September 2nd.
C. D. Piatt and K. Bermsn,
were arraigned for perjury. Their
cases were set for Sept. 3rd, and
they were released on $500 bail each.
P. Merrendcite was acquitted of a
charge of ussaalt with a deadly weapon
but wss fined $15 for disorderly conduct.
A. Ssve, for malicious mischief, will
be heard on Sept. 2nd.
Pinafore, according to all indications,
will be the rage September 4th at the
Opera House.
Peasant and queen alike would wear
pebble goat shoes at f 1 50 a pair, Peo
ple's Store.
DIED.
FUNERAL NOTICES ONE DOLLAR.
SOMKHBETT— tn this city, August Mth, 1834,
John Romersett, Infant son of John T. and
Csrrle Somersett, aged four months and twen
ty days.
The funeral will take place this afternoon at
s o'clock from the family residence on terser
street, between ALmeda end Vlgnei streets.
The friends of the family ere Invited.
Livery Stables and Corrals For Sale.
Temple street stables and corrals will
be sold with or without tha livery. The
nse of location is guaranteed for years,
and business will l>e continued if not
sold. I wish to sell immediately and
cheaply. Geo. O. Ford,
Grand Central Hotel.
Buca* ion's Arntoa Salve.
The greatest medical wonder of the
world. Warranted to speedily cure
burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, cancers, piles, chilblains,
corns, tetter, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions, guaranteed to cure in
every instance or money refunded. 25
cents per box. For sale by C. F. Heinze
man.
Use Niedt's Phenyle Horse Soap.
E. C. Niedt A Co. sell the alt-healing
medicated Phenyle Soap for the curing
of all skin diseases.
Use Niedt s Phenyle Laundry Soap.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
Appetite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer
sia positive cure. Sold by C. F. Heinze
men, 122 North Main street.
Two elegant upright pianos and parlor
organs, all nearly new, for sale at Val
entine's music store. tf
For lame Back, Side or Chest, use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Sold by C. F. Heinzeman, 122 N. Main
Street
Economical Fuel—Wellington Coal.
A careful estimate of the relative cost
of coal and weod shows tbe Wellington
coal to be the cheapest. It will bum in
any ordinary grate or cook stove, giving a
steady beat,and is much more convenient
to use than wood. Now in general use
by sll the hotels, restanraa s etc., in
this city. For sale at all the retail oal
{rards. Am prepared to sell same in car
oad lots and upwards, delivered at any
station on the line of the Southern Pa
cific Railroad.
Walter 8. Maxwell,
roy2stf Wholesale Dealer, 10 Court at.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made misera
ble by that terrible cough. Shiloh's
Curs is the remedy for you. Sold by C.
F. Heinz*man, 122 North Main street
Electro-Magnetic Institute
No. 111, 113 and 119 9. Main street,
nearly opposite Cathedral. Dr. E. Rob
bins, tbe celebrated Medical Electrician,
cures diseases that baffle the skill of
other physicians by warm vitalizing cur
rents of electricity, scientifically admin
istered with the latest improved electrical
instruments, also by Electro-Therapeutic
baths, Electro-Thermal baths. Medicated
Vapor baths, Russian baths, hot and
cold, showers and plunge baths. Hy
gienic, Hydropathic and Psychopathic
methods of healing. The Institute is
one of the finest in Southern California,
elegantly furnished with every facility
for treating indoor and outdoor patients.
The Doctor would advise those that are
suffering from pain or disease to try this
new method of healing, before abandon
ing all hone, as references can be given
to hundreds of leading citizens that have
been cured by these means, when all
else had failed. Diseases diagnosed
without explanation from the patient,
free of charge. Office hours 8 till 12; 1
to 5; 6to 9. Telephone 244. feb24tf.
S. M. Perry, of 25 S. Main street. Is
prepared to construct sewers at low
rates. tf.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a
Stive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and
nker Mouth. Sold by f». F. Heinz*
man, 122 North Main street
NEWS DEPOT OPENING
4S K.rth Spring Street,
Where aataWill Ik.
Leading Periodicals of tha Day.
Al.*' A ISU LINE or STITIONKKT.
NOTIONS, BOOKS,
And a complete stock of
FINB <X)NFBOTTONBJRY.
The city aad San Francisco papers, both daily
aad weekly, will be always on haml.
■*» >> W. F. BALL.
VgW TO-DAY KBvV TO-DAY
Harper & Reynolds Co.,
[CAPITAL STOCK »200,000 J
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Stoves,
Metals, Plumbers' and Tinners' Stock and Sup
plies, House Furnishing Uoods, Wrought
Iron ripe. Haling Rope nnd Wire, etc.,
Call especial attention this month to the
Rider A Krieson's Hot Air Pumping Engines.
No Boiler! No Steam ! Noisoless ! No more care than an
ordinary cook stove. Specially intended for domes
tic use in lifting and forcing water, and deep
well pumping. for circular.
HARPER & REYNOLDS COM PANY,
48 and 50 Main, 61 and 63 Los Angeles streets.
angll-Hiu
SIOOO LIE X
I challenge the proprietors of the ro called "People's Store" for the sum of
one thousand ($1000) dollar*, or as much more as they can rake and scrape, to
the verification as well as to the impression they therein wish to convey by their
advertisement in the Los Angeles Daily Hkhald,
I admit that atich Committee did call ou several merchants aud among them
was one of the proprietors or the managers of said store, who stooped go low as to
make an advertising dodge out of a committee of respectable merchants.]
I will agree to meet the proprietors of the People's Store in any bank in this
city (they to name time and place) to put up the necessary money and arrange
contest. The winner to divide tho gain equally betweun three associations, viz.:
The Ladios' Benevolent Society, Sisters' Orphan Asylum and the Loa Angeles
Orphans' Home. X
This gives you a splendid advertising opportunity, if what you state Is true
to emblazon your name on tbe hearts of your benefactors and at least place a small
oredtt on the balauce sheet of your hereafter.
Signed, JOR MKBMKR, at The Queen Shoo Store.
P. S.—l mean business. Put up or shut up. sug22tf
THE WINDY, HOLLOW CHESTNUT.
No sensible person would pick windy, hollos/ chestnuts out ot tho lire, their ashes do not harm,
while In the wind they scatter.
To the Slippery Merchants from fiacrajnento:
Pon't be beating around tho bush, hut have the manhood to sustain your allegations by pul
lkly answering the following questions:
Ist. Did the Committee ask you to only close your shoe department*
Snd. Were you assailed by more than ons shoe store?
Sil. Do you sell more than any two shoe stores in this city*
4th. Do you deny that you are not thu originators of siursf
6th. Name the double dealing merchants and prove the same.
oth. Name the merchants who sell pasteboard for sole leather.
7th. Name the mereh nts who sell sheepskin for French kid'
Bth. Will you state that you have never gambled for money or otherwise*
oth. Wilt you positively state that lots were drawn among the dealers*
10th. How often do you tell tbe truth whenever that which Is not true serves you better*
All these sre picked out of just two of the People's Store advertisements, the o u « of last week
and the one of this week.
I w ill atfrse to pay the fees of any commissioned officer if the proprietors or managers ot tho
People's Store will sppesr before such officer and answer under oath all or the above questions,
and if you don't it will publicly brand you with that which you have tried, to hunt loop holes to
escape from. Signed, JOB MKsMRbI.
Lacy & Viereck Hardware Company,
irStttSlltlS AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Hardware, Stoves & Tinware.
JOBBERS IN TIN PLATE, SHEET-IRON, CAS PIPE, ETC.
Manufacturers of Well and Water Pipe.
BnT ' desire to call
LaHaw'" tlie
trade nnd public \<>
Iflfljfc. our complete line of
awßl|& l '" < ' , '' t ' ,,r)lt, ' , l
Wr " cn we are
S O I P A Kf .„( g i n
WHBS'"■ • Southern Cali-
form in.
119 AND 121 NORTH LOS ANGELES STREET.
autrZOtf
Gordon Hardware Co.,
29 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Rope, Baling Wire,
Tools, Builders' Hardware,
Carriage Bolts, Ammunition,
Horse-Shoes, Nails,
LOWEST PRICES TO THE TRADE.
MOSOROVK & CO.
MOSGROVE'S
NEW
Cloak House.
We desire to call your attention to
tbe following
BLACK DRESS SKIRTS:
An elogant line of BUok Satin, Satin
d« Lyons and Oroa Grain Silk Skirt*,
with foil back., panels, draperies, pleats
and fine beaded fronts will be offered at
$12.30, $15, 117.50, *20 and $25, com
bined with plain black or braided Jer
sey waists, making a nice costume for
street wear. Ladies will find it to their
advantage to inspect theae goods, as
they are immense values.
WRAPS & ULSTERS.
We also have on hand and are daily re
ceiving all the late styles in wraps and
traveling ulsters, prominent among
which we may mention the Be A*
trice, Josephine sod Leonora,
as well as many others.
DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT.
We have recently opened in connec
tion with our oloak business that of
dressmaking.
TO THE LADIES:
This will fill a want long felt, and as we
have placed at the head of this depart
ment a First-Clasa Dressmaker ladies
who favor us with their patronage can
rely npon having their dresses modeled
after the latest and most fashionably
Ematt m and Kuropean designs at city
prises. One trial will >>c sufficient to
convince aa to the truthfulness of this
assertion.
H. MOSGROYE & CO.,
OF SAN FRANCISCO,
21 S. SPRING ST.
Adjoining the Nadeau Block.
P. S.— Goods sent to all parts C. O. D.
or on receipt of Poetofnoe order, there
by giving ladies In the eonntry equal
advantage with residents in this city.
mavmU
■•TftCf.
All parties having ehadtt or ornamental trees
on the sidewalks ol the (S)y of Loa Angeles ere
required to trim the same within sen days from
the date of lass notice. By oreUf of
I U. BOYD.
SupsriuteiMient of St r -v.
Loa AagsVss, Aagaet £3, ISM aogtt
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For District Attorney.
R. C. FLOUR NOY is a candidate for District
Attorney, subject to nomination by the Demo
cratic County Convention.
FOR SHERIFF.
I.' SssSSasfSP esodMate for the
offlee of Sheriff of Los Angeles county, subject to
tho decision of the Republican Coonty Conven.
tton eugSU
For County Clerk.
J. H. BRKWRR, oi Vernon, announces him
self as a candidate for the office of County Clerk,
subject to the decision of the Democratic Oounty
Convention. Mgl7
E. H. BOYD
Will be a candidal- for Sheriff, subject to the
action of the Democratic County Convention
auglOtd
j OR EAT EVENING
NEWSPAPER CONSOLIDATION.
LOS ANOELES
EVENING EXPRESS AND RIPURLfCA_N.
1 PUBLISHED
; EVERY EVENING (SINDAV EXCEPTED)
t COMPLETE
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
ABLE EDITORIALS,
ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES,
RELIABLE LOCAL NEWS,
INTERESTING MISCELLANEOUS MATTER,
FIFTEEN CENTS PRTt WEEK.
SERVED BY CARRIER.
' TOC WILL NOT GET
ALL THE NEWS
UNLESS YOU READ THE
EXPRFSS AND REPUBLICAN.
LARGE SUBSCRIPTION LIST,
EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
OFFICE IN NADKAU BLOCK,
CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS,
OSBORNE * CLEVELAND, PUBLIBBKRS.
LOCKHART & SON,
Se\i 355 I PPEK SUV sr.
>• fff (=5" i_a
511°
AND MILL FEED.
SOODS DKUYKHKR SSSSSM *t
Mi. IS las
lIH IS KKOI II lilts' <Oi l H>S.
LEMSTiROS 7 .
ANNUAL
STOCKTAKING
Just Finished!
And we find ourselves in many departments
Greatly Overstocked.
NO. I.
LOW CUT SHOE and SANDAL DEPARTMENT.
WE FIND IN ENDLESS QUANTITY.
Low Cut Shoes and Sandals formerly sold
at prices ranging from - . $1.50 to $:,...->
Now reduced to prices ranging from - 70c. to $2.10
The prices being below the actual Cost of Manufacture.
NO. t.
Ladies'<'loth and Leather Button Shoe Department.
VVE HAVE THIS DAY IN STOCK
83 DOZBN FAIRS,
In numerous styles and cpjalitiea,which we shall offer
until sold at $1.60 per pair. The above goods
are throughout good value at $2,50'
NO. 3.
Ladies' American Kid Button Shoe Department.
In thin department especially wo must say our stock is - entirely too large,
hence the following:
Ladies' American Kill Bntton, formerly sol,l at $3.50, can now be had at $2 65
Ladies' American Kid Button, formerly soid at $3 00, oan now be had at 12.25
ladies' Amerioan Kid Button, formerly sold at $2.75, can now be had at $1.90
Ladiea' American Kid Batton, formerly sold at. .. .82.35, can now be had at $1.50
The exceptionally low prices for the above goods we
are positive will insure for us their rapid sale.
NO. 4.
MISSES' DEPARTMENT.
The quality and variety of goods which we have al
ways kept in this department are well known to the pub
lic, and here they will find
Greater Reductions
Than in'any other of our many departments.
We beg to say we have this day been appointed
Authorized Sole Agents
For the sale of
EDWIN C. BURTS'
CELEBRATED SHOES!
Of which we will always keep a full variety of the very
latest styles.
Oar New Illustrated Catalogue is seat free to any address
aa application. Conniry rcsit'eats will find It a treat assist,
aaee la ordering.
Lewis Bros.
One Price Boot and Shoe House,
101 AND 103 N. SPRING ST"
LOS "ANGELES. CAL.
TELEPHONE NO. SIS. a*, o. BOX 784

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