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I Adverll.emeiiu In till, column lo nui un
til torliia will iiol I* outlderill ordered
Ulile.. the order 1. left «t tli.
btlelue»» oflice ol thin payer. ,
]~7olt BALK—Tift, bead of oholc* mlloh
' enwa. Pro-tic. dt.lrlu, chol.e cow. wl l
find l>. tn their Inlere.t lo live vi • cell.
Kent h ill mile, we.-t oltowti on W.slilwt
ton .treet ro.d J K. DI'KKKR.
• p3o 3m "Honlte Meedow..'
EIOH HAI.K A very oholce row, with
V \ ointt cell, rt deep .ml rich milker. .1
SW IMcS .treel epfjst
X,V)lt BALL-or ..11l trade IM .ere. 11l Ne
X braskit for c .mall hou.e and lot In or
■tear Uie city. Will milke Itnod hamaln lor
Ibe rl,ht|*rty. Addreai I'JHprln, St. apv*ll
]~]ioK BALK-Two well !•">■«> »»ddle
< Iloraea. which ladle, or . Midi, li on
ride with perfect aalety. Apply «t < "]""»
J)ro«. Lively .italile.llo Aliinie.li Ht. a|.-1 II
Soi Mi I carriage palutlu«»lio|., and
t dolnaa rood trade loll,.• roillltry. M.
oppoaltlon. Addreaa 11. <>. ■■••>». ••
I.V.X HAI.K tillK M' i nui fiddle hone.
1 1 cleaaiit toii K li work liiir.a, welKlit
IWlbi tn.,iilr» ..f U. '»• koki.. i.i.iiol
tleulr.il Hotel. »pl»tf
Soualy. Cbeu. for ra.li. I
KDUV, llolirt Air,; i »pl
xSolt BAI I 1.-' • • •! .."Tentli HI-.
X No. rt.lt. tor .21100, will he worth *.Hft.tilil
a few yean attHl lm
•".toll BALE—At a haraaln for a few day*,
J; l lot. with Impr ni.-ni.,«i eiteii-ioii
ilMaiiiHt. Apply to lIH.MAS A BCOII,
Mo. li Court Hi *yltM
1V)B SALK-Ono-hall li.tere.l lv a hotel
I biialn.ua for Ull.,**), uear Lo. Angelea.
Apply to AIIAMH *W»(j,7.. N. Hpring 01.
I ... mi Buena Vlata Baluoti on Fort
tf lllli, with oi without liirnlliire in
outre ol J. fini.lPl'l, No M Buena\ l.la
VOX HAI.K «l,™ lo W.WI. Will uny .
X I paying huallle.., -st irk. Ilxl.ni
nnd good will, cheap rout, ala.i a two »tor>
&;A!e*/LVlfotu^.v l .un , e''.nu"
alreel. Ka.l Loa Atlgelo., *!!!!"!_
Tl/KBT KNIi I'lturKlt l i. b. iiutlfulrea
\ O Idence lot. on Hcveitlh aud Nlulh Ht«
and litleraeeting .tree!.. )..rd» wet ol
Vnirl.nreoir.-red lor wl.- I" «"'
very reaaou.il.lc. AppH 1,1 JH t. M";,""
the premise.. "1" 1,1
VOlt HAI.K Hi od - I < -lugle ulrep har
J veil, ver) cheap. Apply to Ml. I *lral.
■ ,onthua!>t coruer ol Main Hi. mari7tl
: ba». .one .1.,-olnl hergalna in
tl. i.iopert) loi I lee ua>a. Alao
iuuulsl lo properly. Hal" "'" """ "'
Oonvil.eed nl No I 1--i-l hi.!, : oiltlieilst I ol
ner ol Muni HI. "oi' - ,l 1
%M>* BALK flrat clnaa .lock ra" 1 ; 1 ' '"
.£■■»■■ «£Z\ Wi-Ue''
all Itiueed KU.I. r..«> li iii-i-o 'Mi — v ,
good uoii»e, l.iini, .-..1M1.. ' " W'" "
Sariey. abnndoiice ol lonuini; walur ami
t .ntbcr. ( ,7 0b tiq,^
VOIt HAI.K t1... "I the pt" t'le>l reH.ieoe.-;
I on Klowet HI., between Hetenth aud
JtlghthHla.lor.ale. Ii Ire willilu or to
li., iURAi.n office. _
ol'Kl lAL HAIItJAtNH Kult HAI.K Tim
© lioleln, two lodnli.B "■;•"■„"",'•• r ''",""'
■ good paying huMlten. .ll tlie eon nee
Hm. .11l ll" al i "Mm -..
aud a UUUtlicr ol otloo t,n .. oe. ... Ap|il> t"
to. KIII'V ft N" 1" ' ;,! « - "W •
glMiCoiir. liouae. Iff""
/.ooli BItKINKHH UI'IHItTHNirY-Kor
»Jbt lilo.chliap. il sloreel lodelK.t al Ull
■Veter. 'Apply t» i: KM.HHT.« N- Mali,
"reel, next 11. H Lnud iilllee. laulltltf.
H~"ollHKH KOK HAI.K M I .nnplii ll'» l.iv
cry Stable, No. !•' A 11... Htreel. biiggie...
OArrlegea, liin-k" nnd lioi»e, 1..r hire. S|,u i.
Volerluary Surgeon All huraoa ii.cccm.
Juliy Ire.ted. novgHl
F°,! 1 ilo!;';,, :. l ":;," ,l :'iS:";:i
iTnrlAlisoMreels, l,..~\u,;elea, fal. dPUI^
Ul-KI- At aui'.i Molilen, li.m-.e ol V
rot ma, furul.bed tlirotigi .. ,tlor home
keeping; noiir de|.oi and bciieh. Addreaa
Box li, Hantu MnulOA apliD Iw
IjVuBNIBIIBII ROOMS M rem in the Ur
1 rendu Block,oppoattc I'nslolllee »|.atf
O LKT - A uew lirlek atnre, coruer ol Weat
and Fourth Ht» Hunt.l Ami. Dealloca
tion. 2017->- Hult.il.le lor geli.'"l liierehnli
.Use 0r.1.i11, M'- »a. A.ldrea.,ilildinaelier,
Bantu Ana »p2SIWk
fJOU HKN I Nl.'ely furulalied liouae ol 7
J riioma rent! ill > l<.eau..l I'lillio 11 .1 .■
(Ired. Hall -.!.'! « Kllth St. «l'i> ll
Stolt KENT lii.ul.lc house, « ronma and
bath each aide, near renter ol city ou
11, grouu.l. in beat loenllty, very dojlra
Me;<ml> r.-liolialblr per„.ma need apply to
Swucr, X «. JONI-.,.11 N. Hpring St. P.O.
Sl« KENT .•llKtl' A I in,.' brlrk alorr
J room wlthaeven llvine ro.nna ou arron l
floor, 111 tile huatnea- rrlilor ol Ka.t Lo. All
w>lei. corner ol llel o .nm mid n.ranri
Keuue. Apply t"J. II.i:AUKoLI.,.ViNorII.
Spring ttreol »P'» "
O I.X ! .0 - nun Molilen, furulalird 'ot
tagea. Also elegant miuliy rooiita,
b, Ihe day. week or mnntli. luouire ul Mra
GEOKtIK luil.llMK, tlcenu Aye. inrto lm
TO LKT-Kour room houae, furatahnd, KM
Hilarity, or 37 H. Spring. m»rlt7ll
O LKT—Vlensaul furnished houae ut
elghl riH.ina, ItW Olive atreet, near Heo
T~~ O KENT Theaecnud lloor. IOjIO feet, in
the brick building Noa. lift—ll7. llcque
na atreet, near Loa Aneelea SI. tiov Ji.
liOi'K KKKI'KIt WANTJCI) AnAI Hook
X> keeper dealresa situation; salary lint so
much an "bjcci us 11 I'vrm.noW position
Address I.ONUA WIN ifl S, XI Spring St.
1" lai'UiV MKNIWIN I I 1' r.. train and
J hauillo horses In an xj.ctu-nroil man.
can shoe well Address HiIItHKMAN, 11 KB
4 Ln oflice. ap3o-.il
r~ UtTNKI; WANTKII In Keal KsUle Bu .
ness. For partlculurs apply to wiles
dt Hobblns, lit N. Spring St ap.HMw
A»/"ANTKH -A yoiinit man want.'.! at otli'e
V> who understands talking H.'al Kslate.
Call at Kootn W Nadeau lllook. apBO-Il
aVANTBD—A girl to make buttouholes, at
'I Troy Hlitri Factory, Schumacher Block.
AM 11 it it X A(IKI> 111 It SI AN want* a re
hjieotable untnarrlcil woman lo take
eharee of a amall I'ln-ln.'.. -i' limes aud to
d.. lull honaework. Address I. It s , l.os
Angelea Poslolfliv. ap."J It
iTttITOK «VN If H Special requirements
X blither inalheuialir* I el' lion. A,I
dress Boi 1173, P tl. ap.-J tl
■ka'ANTKII Apoalllonby mi experience!
It man lo lake i-ire ol an Invalid Good
relereuees given Addreaa \\". tl. 8., Ileriil.l
office. ap» Ht
\\ •ANTKH-lllila lor six room one inul
Tt nne ball alory liouae. Kllulllre (Iran.l
Central Hotel. apratl
WANI'KIi thaal horse weight not less
than UUtl poun.ls. lUQiilru Grand Cell
trnl lintel. aprstl
■\\T AS TBI)-Woman and girls lor food
W places men and boys lor all kinds ol
Will k al good wage., ami persona wanting
be'.p will save time all.l money lo railing
leaving order with w W I'INSKY ACo ,
Kmployinent oflice. No 30 d eal Flrat Ht.
A»/ANTEII-i.old and silver Mine: capital
vv wauled to develop Shalt . leel In >
feet,'4l lent deep. II igh a' rale or. sold loi
11,7....TV Five claims. Aililresa MINI 11.
thta olttce. nißrfl. loi
fcJOI.ICITOKH WANI'KIi liumedlately lor
frolu'live't'o'tcii' dollar." , .Is", '" I ii.*i' re' IV
tIu.MV I. LOAN on Krai Kslate, lv
IVI aiima Insult, by P. 11. r.UDY A CO.. 10
Court street. apial-tf
TtM) LOAN —WKW.UUU to loan ou city or
X country pmperl> In sum- Ir un $.' a. to
1.a1.10J, al a reasonable rate of interest. Ap
ply lo W. I. HcINTOSII, Ileal Kslate Agent,
i, ...... L.i, Nadeau Hlock. apl Bt Iw
AIoNKY In I.DAN in si,,,i. ~. -iii! at al:
M times by 1. F. WHXTK. otllce No I.
Boitlheaat corner Main and First St. mhS7ti
MONKY TO LOAN -In MMM to suit, ou
real estate security. Mortgag.-a iKiuglit
and aold. Mi KllllN .V HHI ill T HKC X,
_novllf No ID N Spring St.
s i oo.< kmi !:;,^:;^,;; i v,:::r.;;;;v;;:;r
giifc lm paid by u.<.r«-Kee. A. J. VIKLK.
tnirlVtt X> N- Hprluit Bt.
B"T>aKOWKRti OK LAKUK HI'MH, bwrtOf
flrat-rlasK ri'Hl estate mTiirlty, nhouUi
Gill on GKO. Ii liuW AN, :i l j NmJfatu Ulitclt.
IKiAKI) ANI> I.OIHiLMi.
I>OoiiiT ANl> HOAKU KlcKHiilly fur-
Jl iilnhf'l room* wiih lumrd centrally lo
cated and In Hit moht denir,.l,lc narl of the
i tl) 332 W. Finn atreet. apfttf
a (JHALLENOK-I will altar Frank De
Hurt lor onu Inni'lrt'd dollar-, time and
plaue of mtKHiUK aud rulen to I. arrniii-i'il
luii-alter. »pVu TuM JO.lNBTufl.
DX £. KOBMNH - Medical Kleotrictau,
dl-...uoiiuh dlseiiMua wltliont explanation
(ruin Uiu pkvtleuu, free o( cliarje Coruer
Kind and Hj>riH|j street*. lebai-tf
UOk OKN. UKANTH- MKMOJKB addreaa
X J Oliver H. HprlUK Hi., or call.
I'lIK PKKHON who took by mMske. on
1 Moudsy night at tbe llii.< rnlsn Ball, a
red broobs ahawl. will obtlgu the owner hy
leaving It at the lliiialu pAW sp2»-2t
S" HKWA lID for lafirn -f eh. ►Inul mare;
„*> Ift hands high, son: on fore leg; strayed
from Club Stable. It
War Department Signal Service
U. S. Army.
Division of Telegrams aud Reports for tho
benefit of Commerce sud Agriculture. Re
port of observations takeu at koa Angelea
California, April w. I**
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Han KaasCisco, April jh.—h r. v. -Indl
eatlous for tbe micce.Hllng ttitrty twolintua
for Csllfornla are as follows. Continued
Lhiiild Brosu cures dyspepsia.
Tanslll's Punch Cliam at I. o Cigar Store.
(Jo tv Dr. Baldwin, deutlst, Wlduey lllock.
Home new rooms now ready at Iron Hul
The "Qlb.lu" Is the ou'.y aelf-aonls] Are
Pillow sham holders o.ily 25 cents a. 271
Norlli Malu street
AllfmxlHiiiarkod down,on aoOOUatOl low
freight, at Allen's.
Kurulture aud carpets for cnsli at Allen's,
•SI Houth Hpring atreet.
Pr. WUllams, specialist lv diseases of lha
head, throat nui] chest.
Try Liquid liread. E. .1. Walton A Co,, 10
ItequeiiA htreet, ageuts.
Go to the Pony Htahle, H N. Msln street,
fur a stylish turnont cheap.
Kumlture and carpets ou timtHlluieut plau
st Allen's, '.\2 Houth Serlug ttreut.
BNe y customer at tba Chicago Hat Co. is
outliled to s chance on a silk list.
The most wonderful compound of ttie age
Is lir Henlry'n Celery, Beef and Iron.
Piirulturc, carpets, vail paper. Uec cur
tatns, nt Allen's, Si Mouth Hpring -treet.
Another cut on carpets at Allen's, VI Houth
Hprlug street, belweou first and Hecond.
It Is a well known fact that tlie oldest aud
moat reliable painters' supply store i« m i»
N..1111 Malu street. ,
The bent physicians ol llur cuuntry pre
scribe Uquld Bread. j Walton A Co.,
li Ks'ineua MrSjS\
HroUjttt/Jou, nmwti witb theOtb.in Self-
Kirr Kxtltlgtilslier. lie-snerer A FraU
''-<<•.>, Hcue nil State .i^eiil.-,olllce \ii N. Hprlug.
It you wish to fuel strong: and vigorous
ilriult David Nicholson's Lbjuhl Bread. K.
J. Walton tb Co., H> Ke<|iioua stniot, ageuts.
Our demand for Auhouser heer is tuspre
oedeuted. We have towered over all other
comiretltitrs. Notice the slgn.s, taste the
heer and dn nut furgel I" call for "Anhenser
Jin.sch " (»iily. The oue agency is at No, (ill
North Hprlug street.
Altontlou Is called to the new advertise
ment of Kvaua aud Couwell, who have
opened the. only cxcli'-lve gout's furnishing
Hum!-, houhe in this city at No Wt N. Main
htreet. These enterprising jieiitiwnicu have
ii eiiiuuietu stock of the finest goods, aud
their store is elegant iv appointments.
'1% f LLC STOAT! 0 AjfNUAL IIf.RAI.I',
forty t it/ht pai/t H of mo*t rvaituhlr matter
upon the climate, mil, produt4knu\ in
duitrle*, ill rrlopment" and countlem at.
trat'tiont of Southern California, is hnej
on sai| nl thin ojb'iv.
The Last Day.
To-day being tho laat day of the
mouth and desiring to push up sales, we
are going to givu you v gala day among
our aitks, satins and dross fabrics,
Kvery body who ever traded at the
People's Store kuow well that no ob
stinate resistance ever brooks our deter
minations. When we announce a gala
day we throw forth leader*, such as tbe
following, that astound all. For in
stance: We will sell to-day all our heavy
grog graini d colored silks at 74c, regular
price 31.25; again, wo otler all our heavy
Bilk satins at 480, worth 75c; yet again,
we throw away 3 pieces of all silk bluck
silk rhadamaa at 95c, cost to import
$1.50. It is miraculous to consider bow
they can be sold for so little money wheu
wo say we are going to aell again to da)
our rammer ailks two, worth 750 ef any
body's mouoy. But the greatest sur
prise, will be when you note 44 inch all
WOOI dingonal homespun at 4Hc, worth
75c Bnv place in the United States. We
also oiler duiible fold coshmerette, in
colors, only at !90, tegular price 25c.
Remember, also, to ask lor (ho double
fold black lace bunting at I3§o, worth
200. We want you to come and Bee
these bargains even though you do uot
buy, for it will give you an insight what
a bargain day is when all departments
A Solid Business Proposition.
When a judicious business man makes
an investment be wants to know just
what he is buying and what be is pay
ing for. When a person buys a lot be
does it either for a homo or as au invest
ment. If for a home, he can pay even
more than the present worth when there
is n healthy advance iv property; if for
the other, be buys to make money on
the rise iv value. lv purchasing city
property it ia vitally important to bave
property on a thoroughfare, with means
ot easy ami cheap access aud either in
the midst of or in the line of improve
ments. Every condition required is
tilled by the Alcantara Grovo tract, ou
Mon street, between Adams aud Jef
ferson, aud whioh ia to be sold next
week at nuctiou. When you buy you
know whnt you have, what it is worth,
aud what to do wiih it. Remember and
The Great Auction Sale and Ex
This day. We require It; everybody re
quires a little recreation. You will
ride through tbe beautiful orange groves
in Pasadena and Olive wood, and lovely
honu-a, tbe pride of the universe. Free
carriages at Olivowond ta take yon outo
the grounds, where Jotin C. Bell, tbo
auctioneer, will sell you choice lino lets.
Rach lot contains two acres each. Round
trip GO oeata only. Lota will be sold on
the installment plan. At all of our
excursions and sales police aro always ou
Fifty lots were disposed of before the
luniks were opened. If yon wish a tine
residence call at once aud secure your
share before too late, or before the lota
bave reached a premium, which at an
early day will doubtless be the case.
This Co-Operative Nurnery Tract (see
advertisement pege live,) is worth your
immediate attention. The team will
leave Nadeau Hlock, commeiicimg Sat
urday, at 9:80 a. h,, 12:90 p. m. and
.'t;00 F. M., fare live eoula, to show visi
tors the tract.
J, M. Batciiklok A Co.,
Real Katute Auctioneers,
m A M Nadeau Block.
Highland View Lots.
Are suppled with pure soft water. They
are sold at more favorable prices than any
others. They are better protected from
winds. Tbey have a tine view. Tbey
are more accessible, having steam tran
sit in part. Now is tin- lime to make a
good selection. Othce :tti and VJ Na
The Misses Crowder,
Just returned from tbe Fast, have
opened dressmaking rooms 2M Sonth
Spring street, betweeu Fi ret and Second.
Reception room IM, up-stairs, Hammond
Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Call at the Little Oelmonico, No. 4
South Spring, auy time night or day if
. you want something good to eat.
When ou the road to Pwadcna stop
at Werner Hros,', the enterprising gro
cers ut Raymond, and get any kind of
fruit and nuts you may wish.
Attend tbe Great Auction Sale and I
I excursion this day at I'aaadeuM, Olive
Cut Rates East.
Why go to the railroad utlices for
tickets when yon can save n.ouey by
purchasing from Pryke A Co., No. 31
North Spring street.
Attend the Great Auction Sate and
Fxeuision this day at Pasadena, Olive
Waut to rent your hound, buy a ranch or
bnuHtt and Jot, or burro*, mon*] If ao,
call ou Bkn. K. \Vaki>.
SI N. Spring St.
LOS ANGELES DAILY HEI.ALD, FBTDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1880.
OUR NEW ORLEANS LETTER
The Old Landmarks of the Cres
Nkw Oklka vi, April 22, 1386.
Editor Herald-Tbe old Hi. Louis
Cathedral Ii one of the landmarks of onr
oity. We say "the old" Cathedral, bat
ia fact the present atrnctare was built
only abont thirty years ago. It is, how
ever, entirely free from anythingPP r
tainiug to modern adornment or archi
tecture. It ■ tends on the site of what
can be justly termed tho "old" Cathe
dral, which laVtyr was identified with
tho earliest )>i>t<fry of the city; but be
came, in the course of time, too dilapi
dated to be repaired, and so wat re
moved and the Cathedral of to-day
erected in its stead. The stranger would
tiud this church not without interest,
for it ia k. , •... uf years ago, and
mound it chugs thu memory of those
who have pusaed away. It was here
ihut mass wan snid hefore the battle of
NVw Orleans, praying for a successful
in*ne t and after it, thanksgiving waa
otVe.it d tor tho gn at victory.
icahly Hash and TBI ikkscu quarter.
It on oue of thesu lovely spring Sab
b.ttu mornings you can rouse yourself
11 "tn yuur slumbers aud forego your
"beauty sleep," you would feel well re
paid lor a trip down to "French town,"
tnero to attend the early mass at the
Cathedral, and to view some of the won
ders of the French market. llow still
ihe city ia. Hardly a aouud breaka the
s leuce; no une ia seen exoept,|perhaps,
!>• ru and there ti devout Catholic hurry
nig along with prayer book in oue hand
and ha diet in the oilier, determined to
mtnctity the day's work by a moment in
no nm qultt ohutcb, after whioh tbe fam
ily in iik< iv. ■. must be done, Let ua
enter, reverently, the stone door of the
Cathedral; stop a momeut at tha iron
fuun', dip out fingers in the "holy
water, "only from merefoiou of example,
you kuow. Walk slowly and solemnly
up the dim aisles, lor ilie service has not
tit In gun; j>au 'i' a moment at the queer
little confessionals—think of the sins
which have been revealed there! Think
of the heart secrete which have
b> en laid on the altar of Atone
ment, U)d think of the
that helil them . cidjbl- MIl ,
less aa the , Ml which the penitent
JjJ pffftago, and the penitent of to-day
kneels to seek the blessed absolution
from the prieat; to bear the longed-for
■'llj in peace!" A bell sounds! Thu
deep tones uf tbe organ swell for a mo
ment on the air then all is silent, n<
the kneeling congregation, small at this
hour, offer up their prayers tv llie Giv.-r
of all Good. Almost unconsciously you
linger until the muss is said, and during
the entire day tbat follows yon seem to
(eel ag tin Uie peace ftdd stillness of that
hour. Pause before yon leave to look
at the beautiful altar, at the candles
ever burning, at the white-rohed altar
boys, aqd the black gowned priests; see
the image ot the Virgin up alone, (.'an
you help a feeling of soleniuity pervad
iug your w hole being as deep us that
which filln tbe soul of the old Creole
negro woman kneeling at your feet?
Turning from tho half-lighted church
we step uut iuto
H is very lovely at alt times, but more
especially so now, filled as it is with the
•Oft rftdiencu of ihe early spring morn
ing, Th.- young Mm falling like a golden
glory from the cloudlesa sky al>ovc,
seuma to trans tigure every blade of
grass, every curly flower and budding
tree; anil to light up tho grim surround
ings that onoloae thia lovely breathing
place until the gray fronts of the old
cathedral and court houses look almost
bright and now again- Years ago, when
thu city extended only to Canal street,
Jackson .Square was the centre of the i
old town, und the pride of every citizen, i
It was nut then cultivated as it is now.
but was ono of the very few "squares"
or public parka of which the city could
boast. It is surrounded on ono side by
tho cathedral and on the other by old
curirt houses und residences. At one
corner may be seen a glimpse of tbe
French market, and beyond a
bright silver line, which on near
er investigation proves to be the
t groat Mississippi. Tbo whole ex
' extent ot surface, wbiob is considerable,
is laid out iv walks and flowei beds.
Tho orange tieus of Jackson Square are
famous, both for their number aud their
fruit. Last Faster 1 accompanied some
strangers to see this "lion" of our city,
ami ihey were much surprised to see the
orange trees in blossom and fmit at tbe
same time. The latter were of the pre
vious year's crop, which hud beau un
harmed l.y the slight frosts of a South
ern winter. This park was called by the
French "I'laco d'Armes," aod by the
Spanish "Plaza de Annas." It received
its prencnt name from the statue of Gen.
Andrew Jackson, the great President
aud hero of New Orleans, and which
stands to-day ni v token of the love and
veneration which the people feel for the
invincible soldier aud patriot.
Till: Obit REGIME.
Years ago, during the war of the
Revolution, there was a chapter of un
written history begun in the Plaza
de Annas, which, though little known,
nevertheless turned the scale of the war.
When Galves, the last of the groat
Spanish captain generate in America,
heard of tlie treaty h 'tween Spain and
the Colonies, he; determined to net with
hia country in their endeavors to assist
the Colonists ia their struggle for inde
pendence. Assembling bis men in the
Ph.zsde Annas,lie read a proclamation to
them, declaring war against (ireat Bri
tain, Attacks were then planned
against the English garrisons at Natchez,
tiaton K'mil" (then inoluded ta Florida),
Mobile, and Pensacola. These were
successful in every instance, aud tbe
Spunnnh took nearly four thousand
English prisoners Of war. As it
chanced, this happened during tbe
campaign ol Greene and Corn wall la.
The bitter was expecting theau
four thousand soldiers from the
south an a reinforcement, and had they
came there would bave beeu no surren
der at York town in 1781; uo treaty of
pstoe iv I'aiis in 178.'*; and perhaps no
United States of America iv IHBU. The
scene in the Plaza do Armas,where! ialve/
read the proclamation to his followers,
was one whioh has beea preserved as a
tradition during the years that have
paaae.l. If yon were to enter into con
versation to day, with ono of tbe old
Creoh men who are lounging thia Sun
day morning ou oue of tlitf benches iv
Jaeksou square, na perhaps they have
lounged on Sunday inorniuga for lifty
years, they will tell you of that scene
in the Place de Annas in almost the same
words as their fathers told it to them.
The hosts of tialvez, numbering several
thousai da, in all the accoutrements of
war, with flags tlyiug and banners wav
ing, ex tending line on line until the
"square" seems une mass of soldiery;
the face of the brave general tilled with
his earnest resolution to assist the weak
against tlie strong, the reflection of that
feelmg on the iace of every one of his
followers, who are no less brave than
their great leader himself, will seem to
rise before you as you listen to the story.
But soon some sound borne on the
morning air will recall you to the pres
ent, Hnd you will turn to that famous
feature of our southern city,
TUV. KKKNI'H MARKKT.
When you first enter the long line of
sheds, tilted with stalls, on which ia dis
played tbe finest meat, hah and vegeta
bles in the city, you will forget them all
and he conscious only of the Ita be lof
sound which reachesyourear! Whatever
your favorite ejeculatton is, you will
surely utter it now !At lirst you can
faahiun no order from this chaos, hut
gradually you will be able to rednoe
aome ot iii< noise "to its lowest terms, 1 '
aud to discover that you are listening to
more different languages at once than it
ever was your good fortune to before.
Italian, Spanish, French, Creole (which
ia very different from pure French) and
Knglisb. are all blended into ao inexpli
cable a mass, that a native would
scarcely recognizes hia mother tongue.
Before viewing the wonders of the
market, you "do iv Home aa
the Romans do," and seat yourself
on a very uncomfortable stool, minua a
hack, near a marble-topped counter,
and drink a cup of real French coffee,
and eat a coffee cake, for both of which
the market is famous, 't his is thr thing
to do, and a vUit to tbe French market
would not he complete without it.
After you have reconciled your ear to
tbe noise, you will begin to "do" the
market, nud to ace that it ia divided into
four parts. The first part, where yon
tako your coffee, ia devoted to meat of
every style, kind, and prioe. The next
part to vegetables, the next to fish, and
lastly a portion to " notions "—that ia,
to everything, from a dozen Ihixos ot
J matches for a niokle, or five centa, to
dress goods at three, oents a yard. We
do not use cents, yon know, but lhat la
arranged between purchaser and seller.
It is here that tke poorer class in
Freucbtowa do most of tbeir shopping,
What metier if the matches don't sbiike
and tbe dress doesn't wear? Are not
both these tblugs abeaper than "up
town?" All theso different wares have
a department of their own, that is, one
of the long sheds witb a flagstone floor
and brick walla is devoted to the use of
meat, vegetables or flsh, as the oase may
be. Our fish market la very Hue—the
red snapper, beiug purely a local fish,
we pride ourselves on Its excellency. All
aronud outside of the market are small
encampments of Indians—genuine ones,
too—who do a thriving business with
tbeir sweet smelling bay leaves, sassa
fras wood, and vauilla bean. Tbey ait,
whole familiea of them, little papoosea
and all, "tailor fashion," on tbe ground,
and attract passers-by as much by their
odd appearance, copper-colored akin, sad
eyes and long, atraight black hair, as by
the thing! they sell. At twelve o'clock
tbe market bell ia rung, and halt an
hour later not a huckster is to be Beeu;
tbo stalls are empty aud silence reigns
supreme, where ao ahort a time before
sound held undisputed away.
The city is on the gui vice ol expecta
tion juat now, in anticipation uf the ar
rival of tbe giaudaou of the Emperor of
Brazil He is to be welcomed iv regal
style, aud the people are delighted at the
thought of doing honor to a priuce
instead of to a mock king.
Next werk wituestes the cloaing of
the North, Central and South Atmncan
Expoaition. If it baa not been awarded
complete ancceaa it ia through no fault of
its managers and friends.
Tbo most noted revivalists iv tho
country have devoted themselves to
New Orleans for several weeks, and tbe
meetings of Messrs. Moody, Saukey and
Bliss have bten largely attended
The Board of Public Education de
serves a vote of thanks for giving to the
public Bomo excellent lectures by noted
lecturera. Tbe last giveu were those of
Dr. G. B. Northrop and Rev. A. D.
Mayo; aud they have beau thoroughly
appreciated. A pmmiueut feature of
the Public Education system has beeu
tbe reorganization of a State normal
school for teachers. The city haa felt
tbe want of this institution for some
years, and all are pleased Avis uo
longer an VuntilVfed want."
Mo - March.
A fast power press is being built in
Chicago for the Herald, and, upon
its arrival, this journal will appear in
an eight-page form and with many
striking new features. Until our new
presH facilities shall be at hand we
are compelled to postpone tbe inau
guration ot many improvements.
Local News Notes.
Tho case of J. V. York is on trial in
tho Superior Court.
Tbe fruit dealers of thia city are for
warding a great mauy tine liniea to tbe
eastern markets at proseut.
Justice Atißtin yeaterday romauded
Santoa Ocafia, tho Moxicau who cut Joe
Kldridge Suuday night, without hail.
There is a great deal ot building gu
(Dfl on down below the new depot, back
of where the Sisters' hospital used to be.
The supi-rb Illustrated Annual Heu
ald has arrived, and is now on sale
at this office. Price, 15 cents a copy.
Wednesday night the rUrrett troupe
by special invitation attended the latter
part of the perfomance at tbe Chineae
The 8. P. Co. sent out a special orango
train of 12 to 15 cars laat night. This
road is at present sending out an orange
The eaße of Lee vs, Cuddy haa been
dismissed. This was a suit brought by
Lfle to recover $5,000 from Cuddy for
John Sweeney was yester-day sentenced
by Judge Cheney to one year's imprison
ment at San ljuentin. He waa convicted
of assault with a deadly weapon.
Judge 1). P. Hatch, of Santa Bar
bara, is completing his arrangements to
remove to this city and join J. Brous
seau, I. < i , in the practice of law.
The (ieorgia street poultry yard is an
nounced in the Herald. Mr. Brown,
the proprietor, has the reputation ol
having tbe finest poultry in the State.
Hoth the S. P. trains yesterday #ere
a couple of hours late. The down traiu
was very loug, having fifteen passenger
coaohes, three ot which were emigrant
J. C. Qortnley, traveling agent of the
Times, who ahot at a young man named
Fuller at Pomona some months ago, has
been charged on information with as
sault to commit murder.
The removal of the old buildiogs along
old Hath streut, now Main, ia progress,
ing not very rapidly but steadily. In a
few weeks orobably, the street will ho
open to Alameda street.
Lisaie Groen the child who died here
a few days since, was tbe grand daught
er of Col. John 0, Wheeler, aud the
daughter of Mrs. Clay Green, tbe well
known dramatic author.
The Young Men's Republican Club
will meet this evening at Justice Aus
tin's court room in Nadeau Block at 8 v.
M. for tbe electiun of officers. Many
will be called aud few chosen.
The work of demolishing tbe old
fountain basin in the plaza ia going ou,
and a good deal uf grading is being
done preparatory to making tbe interest
ing Improvement! contemplated there,
The C. S. K'y got in with one small
train on Wednesday night, (be first out
of the blockade. It carried in a vast
amount of delayed mail. Laßt night a
very large passengei train came in aud
vow they w ill come along rapidly.
The freight delayed by the washout
on the connections of the C. S. R'y will
come along now rapidly. A few daya
before the washout there were "50 cars
between Kanaaa City and Albuquerque
ou tho A. T. Sl S. F„ all bound tor Los
A dispatch to the Oiange Growers'
Union from Cleveland yeateiday says of
the mutket for California oranges: Mai
ket active, prices advancing. Ship more
quick; can sell three to live cars a week
here. The prices quoted are >'■'• for choice
The school for working boya will open
Monday night, May S, at seven o'clock.
The location has been changed to No. 15
Downey Blook, It is .being opened aa
a free school. The object is to oiler
educational advantages to boya em
ployed through tbe day. This school ia
open to all workiug boya.
Deputy Constable Wilbur, of San
Diego, desired to show his affectionate
regard for a beur4n a cage, aud for tbat
purpose placed his face to the bars of
the cage for bruin to kiss. Bruin licked
hia face tenderly fur a moment and was
so much pleased with the taste that he
hit off Wilhur's ajnes as a toothsome
morsel. Tbe noseless victim knows
more about the nose of a bear thau for
The I'oinona Times Courier says: We
suggest "Lunar California" as a name
for the upper part of thia State. Not
becauae we desire that Southern Califor
nia be deaignated "Solar California,"
but becauae the quantity of "moon
shine juat now being emitted by the
Sacramento Bee, Orovtlle Register and
other newapapera in the alleged "citrua
belt of the north" may be taken as
symptoms of lunacy—hence the pro
priety of the name.
Mr. Lctitia Yonmaos, the celebrated
temperance lecturer, ia visiting Southern
California. Mrs. Youmans is Preaident
of the W. C. T. U. of the l>ominion of
Canada, but the fact tbat she haa pur
chased some land here seems to indicate
that ehe may some lime exchange tho icy
regions of the north for onr *unny clime.
The W. C. T. U. have arranged for her
to givo a free lecture on Sunday after
noon at the Baptist Church, and she will
occupy tbe pulpit of the Fort atreet
Methodist Church on Sunday evening.
San Bernardino Wants the Rail
A aecret meeting waa hsld by a num.
of citizens of Sau Bernardino last even*
ing, the object being (usee what induce
menta could be offered the California
Southern railroad to locate ita new shops
at Nan Bernardino instead uf Cotton.
The Annual Herald.
Tr> Anmtal Herald for IHKfi has
been completed, stereotyped and will be
itutued to-day. It contain* forty-eight
payes of historical, descriptive and sta
tistical mater concerning Southern Cali
fornia, with a large number of illustra
tions. Fifty thousand copies have been
issued, and by means oj stereotype plate*
the volume can be rejtroduced a* may be
Hernani at the Grand.
Mr. Lawrenoe Barrett aud his excel
lent Company last night at the Grand
Opera House gave for tbe first time in
Loa Angeles Victor Hugo's grand, ro
matdic and thrilling tragejy of Her
nani. It is needless to give a synopsis
of the play to intelligent readers. It Is
read in story, sung In song and "enacted
o'er" until it 1* familiar aa household
words. It was thia soul stirring drama
which coat the great poet, philosopher
aud patriot his country. The second
empire could not endure such trenchant
and fiery arraignmeut of Kings—henoe
Hugo went Into exile.
Hi- audience which tilled the Opera
Houae last night in all its quarters aud
into its utmost corners was oue of the
most Intelligent and elegant tbat ever
graced ita seats. As they have on all
other ovenings of this aeason, this crit
ical gathering eujoved to the full the
cup of pleasure iv this great intellectual
treat furnished by thia visit of this in
Mr. Barrett's Hernaui, like each and
every other role be appears in, is an ex
haustively oarful study, dressed, actt-d
aud road witb olasaical accuracy in all
its details. As a whole the rendition
of the role of the bandit chiof, tbu out
law uoblo, the soul of scrupulous honor,
and the ardent, devoted lover, was a
work of art any man may well feet
; roud of. In Hernani the great actor
has adaed a new ohaplet of immortal
freshness to his many crowni.
Tbe second place of honor, and most
exigent role in the ulay, is that of D m
Leo Gomez, Duke of Sylva, the proud,.
Spanish grtvadee of £ long and honored
r&f&Or noble men, whose memory was
crowned with countlesa deeds of valor,
and with a record of ataiule*s honor.
Mr. J. Newton Gottbold looked and
acted the character to tbe life. This
distinguished gentleman uf the art his
trionic during this his first brief visit to
a city where hia fame had preceded him,
fully justifies the international reputa
tiou he enjoys on both sidua of the At
lantic amoug play-goers aud tho beat
dramatic critics of the day. The dignity,
grace and pride of old Spain in tho days
of hbr great men, great deeds, and cul
tured nobles, sat upou the shoulders of
Mr. Gottbold with an air as nalural as
il be was tbe ettigy of one of Ihese great
men of a great race risen from the
tombs of one of her grand Cathedrals,
instinct with all the tire, the honor and
the pride of the days of Dun Alva and
Phillip. His portrayal of tho deep feel
ings of love, jealousy • nd veugeanco,
places him in the list of the really tine
actors of the day. As tbe Jester in
Fraucesca, as the noblest Roman of them
all, in Ceiaar, aud vow aa the stately
Spanish Grandee, proud, piThctilioua and
iuiplacable.in all the exigencies of these
various rotes be bas risen fully equal to
the occasion and approved himself one
of tbe beat "all round" actors iv tho
Aa Donna Zauthe, Misa Minna K.
Gale again acquitted horself with great
grace aud accuracy. With a fine stage
presence, unusually good voice, this
young lady haa only to be faithful to
herself to rise to the very top of her
profession with time and hard study.
All the others in the company performed
tbeir parts well, and Hernur.i altogether
remains decidedly a red-letter day
among the critical play-goers of Lob
Angeles. For to-night the " melancholy
Dane" is underlined. Hamlet is con
sidered Mr. Barrett's masterpiece. It is
after all perhaps par excellence Ihe fa
vorite with the most intelligent play
goers the world over. The house will
be another ovation to Mr. Barrett and
hia excellent support.
Johu Wlelaud's celebrated Philadelphia
Lager Beer now on draught at the leading
saloons. Hletnlke A lirmilm-, sole agents
*ud bottlers, 154 E. First It
Attend the great auction sale and ex
cursion this day at Pasadena, OHvewood
Sell Your Tickets.
If you want to sell railroad tickets go
to Pryke A Co., No. 31 North Spring
street. Top prices paid.
Tbo Little Delmonico oyster parlors
and chop houße is open all night. The
finest the market affords served on order.
No. 4 South Spring street.
Cheap Railrood Tickets.
Yon can save money by purchasing
railroad tickets of Pryke A Co., No. 31
North Spring street. Cut ratea.
Oo you want your property sold at
auction iv a satisfactory manner? If so,
call on Bkn. E. War..,
.11 N. Spring St.
Go to tho Little Delmonico, No, 4
South Spring street, for your lunches.
Open all night. The best of everything
always on hand. Cleanest and neatest
plaoe in the city, A r o Chinese employed.
Attend the Great Auction Sale and
Excursion thia day at Paaadeua, Olive
A house to tent, rents to collect, a
ranch, or a hoiißo and lot to sell, money
to loan or property to insure? It bo, cal 1
on Bkn K. Ward,
111 N. Spring St.
1 I Mil.' .i ROtlOn ONK DOLLAR.
ALEXAKDKIt In Wilmington, April 29th,
lasti, David W. Alexander, in the seventy
atxth yesr of hts age.
Hi funeral will tske place to day, Aprtl
30th, from his lste residence at Wilming
ton at ' >'. ■. Frieuds aud acquaintances
are respectfully invited to attend without
DAVID—In this city. April 29th, benjamin
David, a uativeof Delaware, aged 48 yeara.
The funeral will take place to morrow,
May Ist, from hts late residence on the
corner of Third and Fort streets, at 9 a. m
THE GRAPE CORE.
Sick Headaclie and
Tt|c crystaHised salts, as extrsctel from
grapes and fruit, a tnont wonderTul prraluct
from Nature's labratory. Have It in youi
homes and travels—a specific for the fagged,
weary or worn-out. It cures sick headache,
dyspepsia, stomach ami bowel complaints;
removes bllousnesi., KtiuiuUtes the liver to
a heathy action, counteracts the effects of
impure water snd the excessive, use of alco
holic beverages and prevents the absorption
of malaria, and supplier, lo the system the
want ef sound ripe fruit Prepared by Ihe
London Hal-Mi'saitr..!... Co.,
Beware of Imitations. The ge iulne ln
••blue wrappers only."
JHhSand for circulars to O. KVANO-
VfTCH, OfttOjaJ American manager, P. O.
Box 19fis, New York City.
Mention thii paper.
For sale by the following Druggist:
Preuss A llance. Central Pharmacy, 77
and WNorth Hpring street; C F. Horrtiemsn,
122 N. Main At.. 11. A. Godfrey, 11 South
Spring; Kills A Co., T, S. Spring , F. J. (Untie,
UN. Spring. C. Laux, Jr. 20a N. Malu Ht ;
K. 0, (lalrado, 281 N. Main St., naat to Dow
ney Blook, Los Angela*, Cal. maxS>
21 Sonth Spring Street.
On exhibition all the
LATEST NOVELTIES IN WRAPS,
IMPORTED READY-MADE SUITS,
French Embroidered Wool,
Lace Dress Patterns
Which will be found the Rich
est and Most Hleffant Goods
Ever Shown in Lob Angelas.
Tbe OBly Cloal and SHit Hoß.e.
EVANS & CONWELL,
THE ONLY EXCLUBIVE
IN LOS ANGELES,
NO. 251 NORTH MAIN STREET,
UNDER THE ST. ELMO HOTEL.
Fine Stock: of Wilson Bros.' Soirts,
Beet In the World ! tllce-ance, tomlerl, Duretbllltr-
Latest Styles in Neckwear. Oompletn Lines of Domestic and Im
ported Underwear and Hosiery Special Attention
To Orders by Mail.
spuo-im EVANS A UONWELU, Under the St. Elmo.
SELLING OUT AT COST.
BONANZA FIVE CENT STORE
435 South Swing St., Between sth and 6th.
I ahall aell my entire atock ol TW. CBOCKEKY AND GLASSWARE at
NOTE MY PRICES: 8-Quart Re-tinned Dishpan for
20c ; 10-Quart, 26c; 14 Quart, 30c; 17 Quart, 36c;
21 Quart, 40c; Orank Flour Sifter, 10c; Tea Set, 56
Pieces, $3.75; Chamber Sets, $1.75; Colored Glass Tea
Set, 40c; Milk Pitchers, sc.
fcs-str: our five <ext
BONANZA FIV CENT STORE,
400 South Spring Streot ', pKlw
Famous Trotters For Sale!
THK WELL KNOWN THOTTINO HOKHEH,
With a record of tl:30; ana
With n record ol '2:110: alio aome flue Kael
NHr i oil a are offered et prleate aale by
Mr. C. A, Durfee. al Airicuiraral Part
Mr. l ..n lee la owner of the well known
trotting atallloii llel Hur, and thia lamoiia
stallion may be loiind althe Park, Where 10
1 l making the aeaion at,'." OKI. BUK la
ball brother ol the lamoiia Malllon. Bullan,
.old a month agn lor 11r.,000, and la one of
Ihe flueit bred trotlera In California.
nOR BALK—A very deilrabte bearing
C Vineyard and orange Orchard at a bar
gain. Und ami Irtlgatlon laeilltlea the
very belt. Must be .old. Tor pnrtlrilla: -
enquire of KAN KEICUARI),
aplS lm til North Main Btr«et.
14© to 163 Upper MeMn St.
Storage ou all olassea of merehandlse i
(loo«ls received on long and short terms at !
moHt fiivi.table rates. Hlx mouths leases I
made. h Mi PARI.AND. Proprietor.
Telephone 4SO. Three Bella, an. lm 6p I
J=t,oli£*/fole> Fire Insur|inoe.
Tbe agency of tl i several well known Inenrauce Companies hitherto rupreaeuled by J. BtOARROLL have thia day
beeu traneferred to WM. tt. BURKK. who will hereafter not aa agent for said Companies!, -SUN FIRE OFFICE, of
London. England; CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO , tf New York; FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO., of Newark;
PITTSBURGH LNUF.RWRITKRS' ASSOCIATION; FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO., of Baltimore; METROPOLITAN
PLATE GLASS INSURANCE CO.. of New York.
„ , HUTCHINSON & MANN, Uener.l Agent..
By E. P. FARNBWORTH, Sp*"*' Agant.
The agency of tbe NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of Hartford, hitherto represented by J. B. CAR
ROLL, haa this day been Iranaferred to WM. R. BLRKK, who will hereafter represent the Company.
HAGAIN, MANHEIM & CO., Ceneral Agents.
By O. N. HALL- Special Agent.
ApriMT, 1886. — : " , ,
Bfiug obliged to reluro Eaat for a time, 1 have trauaferred my iiuurauue bnslueaa to Mr. - WM. R. BURKE, aud would
reapectfully ask my natrons to extend to hitn a eoutiitaauee of the favors hitherto granted to vie.
J. B. CARROLL.
In connection with the foregoiug I desire to respectfully aoliclt a continuance of tha Insurance buaineas entrusted to my
[.r.deeesaor, Mr. Carroll, and the insurance buaineaa of Ihe people of Los Augelea in general.
Particular attention paid to rating, placing and writiug all risks.
WM, JFL- BTJUBIIII, -A.gre>xxt.
No. 55 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
ftprg') I 111
CHAMPION KTJEfW- STEJUj mt.l XJYVXaTj JOISTT
First Class Property Only!
No oiler thau the very beat properly- at
tlie loweat possible prices, can be found no
my hooka. Each property advertised to vie
;» believed to be the very beat ol lv Itiud
that can be had.
60 acrea ", mile outside of cltr lim
it., near Pic ■ -it., eqnalto at » prop
erty sold lor .too mi aero thl. year.
Price per acre, ouly ....- - - ■■ » «0
ItWaoicsl tat .1 mil l ' tO. ligbt
fully situ..led coraniiiliiliiiK view of
tin- ocean. Ihe valley »».l l-e oltv;2u
acres gnpc, ■ acre, ..rcl ad. ale ,ole
lnellne.tveactat.le la he Ut ile.
S„ iro.ta Ni luiaetiou needed. I
have nothing ol the kln ti MUKI. Per
'Ytm'acVea Ol very flue land two
tulle. oulslde of cily lib IK we.t.
10Merei moet deadl-eMI s.Mated
land iv P.isadeuj lor a."ax IM.
property ia. worth »IJ 'I" ' ' ' IB , a >,
vision, there la no! I. - Ilk- It at
tlie price .
Nice cottage ol -I r.a.n.- Ml md
elo.ets. i.ith two 1-tje 1. 'a . sU2
leet each ..lib alley »l n ' oa
ruuat make your owu pi ci cine
""lOacrei'lutlie city, cooled wiih
orange aud nlher tree., nu principal
drools. Will make 16 large, eleganl
lola worlh S5OO each. Prioe ... . . 1«.0»0
17 acres on Washington atreet, cov
ered with fruits oi allkli.da. One of
the very boat large Irsots iv the city.
Price aii; -,- *- m
Klegant residence ou Pearl htreet.
Ia)l Tfjxllla feet Ouenl the mostbeau
tilul place, lv tbe city. Price . ",»«>
Klegaut corner property, 2 lota flue
large 11-room house/beautiful lawn,
etc A remarkable bargain at
Magulfioeut lot ou Slain street, lts*»l»a
leet, with brick house of 11 ronma. me
cheapest properly lv the city, location con
sidered. Price ou application. Immediate
aerosol unsurpassed land, with Ufa)
shares o! waler stock. A« flue fruit and
' vino land aa can be louud lv the county.
Very cheap as a whole. Admirable for sub
dlzlsiou. Price ou application.
2000 acres with ample water supply already
piped to ihe laud; 4 miles Irom R. K. There
Is nothing In Boiithern California to cum
pare wllb this traot at the price oftered.
Price ou application.
F. H. BARCLAY,
ap!6 tl B South Spring Mreel.
I 'n'lE Hem hm fnumjlt »t ta«tl
*J A mra remedy tor Torpid Livor,
Mirk Headache, llabltnel Constipation,
rhlllsend hn.M nil affections of ths
Kidneys and IJver. This Is a Now U,m-
I pound, and one trial will convince yon
(hat ilia the Oft la nasi and llcst llemedy
in the Market lor Diaeaaea ot Kidneys,
Liver and Btomaon. If yon want a pure
vegetable compound, thai, la positively
irnarantond to contain no mercury, go to
yoor Druggist, and Ret a Bottle of the
Arkanaaw I,iver anil Kidney Remmly.
Prlee. 11.00 per Bottle.
PH.RUBS A HANCR. wholesale aud IreUII
HnigalsH and Mmiufiictii ring I'harmArlnts,
Una. 77stid 7H North Hpring street. Tele
phone No. OA. P. 0. Box 1165.
HHRET MUSIC--BOOKS—INSTHtIIt P.NTS.
)B. S. STONEMAN,;
Nn. 30 HOUTH SPRING STKKET,
LOH IM.M I S < > I
There are times in a business man's ca
reer when it becomes evident, and many times
necessary, to cut, slash and slaughter his im
mediate possesions, in order to gain in the
future. As we have heretofore announced
that our Mr. D. A. Hamburger has gone to
New York to take advantage of the low rates
of freight and the bargains of the metropolis,
the question arises :
Has Ixo Succeeded ?
This we can truly attest, that we now
have in transit, on the whole, about five car
loads of merchandise. We are going to make
space for their arrival, and if prices have any
charms, and if bargains have any alluring ef
ect, we are going to get room at any cost.
A SAMPLE OF WHAT IK WILL DO
WUI be sh'jwn by close attention to tbe local column. Silks
bare bren cut duwh tbat they are nearly valueless. Dreaa
Hoods bave received the same fate—even dress linings are
included. Calico, Muslin aud Sheeting have dropped out of
i sight. Ladies' Muslin Underwear on our Centra Table are aold
for leas than the material and trimming*. Our Shoos havo
been cut down In prices, and now you can get French goods at
tbe prices of cheap Kastern makes. Hoys' Clothing ar* rated
at very low prices. A serviceable suit at -*v "0, whioh is only
half price for it. Our Hat l-epartnient has BiifTwred also. We
sell hats at half the price of any place un this Coast. Tn fact,
we solicit a call to prove what we say is true.
They have from their first introduction civr-n hotter BatiefaottogSfet tbe farm
rrstban any others on accountof theSUPFKI. »X UP lIT OF THEIR WORK
in all varifty of crops and on all conditions of soil, with cxtremo lightness of draft
and esse of mansgement.
BUY TAYLOR'S" SULKY RAKE.
Hand-Damp ur Self-Damp, tliejr have been much itnproTod, and are the he.t
rake. In Ihe market.
If You WantTtne Best Header
Yon cannot do better than take tht
IT LEADS ALL OTHERS
HAWLEY BROTHERS' HARDWARE GO,,
58, 60 and 82 N. Lot Angeles St., Los Angeles, Oal.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Engint-H, Separators, Ag
ricultural Implements, Curbed Wire, Wind-Mills. Farm aod
Spring Wagons, BuggiP, etc. etc maris 2m
"XaOOKL MB TTIIP!
New 6-roomed collage, hard finished: bath, rloaela,pantry, etc.; lot MUM, Beaudry
water; furulahed complete, only wm. real, l.ahnifc to auli
Cholco houae aud lot near Pearl ' loom, lot .Ogltn Only .-.'.500.
A ebolee lot In the Falrvlew tract, S2KO.
Klegaul lota onTemilo .treet nt lot. prlci-a for a few day».
A hlock of .elegant lota at Hoy).. Height., din. minute from borne cere.
House and lot at Boyle Height., uew and cheap, .t.fJO.
Choice lot on Flower «treet, »ltK».
'OH acre.; 7 lv ..range., 2 lv apricot., It, acre, va.- lo '. ill.ling, orange. •bMJar
.I.UOlhlayear, nprlcots anl.l f. r liOu water rleln .. big buy Price lor a few daylonly WW
The moM coinph-t.. li-! In tb,. Hty of prt.a.lsni property.
ITCk these and nth. m
BHW. n. WAII v,
Kenl Heinle, I.nan, Inieranrt iart<l Ami tl.arrr,
in Hie mil t.ioi.i-. j. .ti % or ,i, nprinn nireei.
■•veltlei 111 Neckwear. < liolrr Line of HtiNlery.
" THJE3 POPUI.
mm I Furnishers.
SCHIECK & FRIEDRICH, PROPS., 17 H SP.iINO ST.,IPS ANCEUS.m
MANUFACTUoEH OF CIGARS
WHOIJtBALB ANH BBTAIL lIKAI.ER I.N
Imported and Key West Cigars,
Chawing and Smoking Tonaron i lg.retlea. Playing Oarda, etc.
100 AND IfW NORTH aPHJ^"s ..FCT, OORNER MARKET.
Temple m.»»£j«t»l n AT, YKKi "»". Irfie Angelea, Hal
aWnT-specuU inducew - -•aelirery. . r ,,, e Po«to«ee Bex Mo. IH. I.;
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