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Kxohance Bevlew. Haw YoßK.Jone 10.-The stock market is stll quiet. There was some activity in spots after 11 Northern Pacific preferred being among the leaders. The close was quiet and heavy, at about the lowest prices of the day. Government bonds steady. MONEY QUOTATIONS. Nbw Yobk, June 10.—Money on call easy; Closing offered at 1% Per cent. Prime mercantile paper-2%195 per cent. Sterling exohange-Steady; 60-day bills, 4.87; demand, 4.88 V). BAB SILVBB. Sam Fbancisco, June 10.—Bar sliver, 89® 89% c per ounce. San Francisco, June 10.—Mexican dollars, 70 *® 71 * 3 - STOCKS AND BONDS. Nbw Yobk, June 10.—Closing quotations were as follows: n fl 4s reg ..116% Pacific Mail 33% V. B. Ah. coupon. .117k N. Y. Central IVIO, TJ 8 2s. Reg 100 Oregon Impt 20 Pacific6»°* ... »2 Oregon Nay 74 Atohison 34% North American.. 14% AmericanExpresslloC; Pullman Taiaoe.. 97* Canada PaoiSe. 88% Reading 59!.4 Canada Southern. 65% Book Island 7rf Central Pa 0180... 30% St. Paul 78% Burlington 97V a Bt. Paul A Omaha 47% Lackawanna 155% Texas Pacific 9% Denver A Rio Gd. 17k Union Pacific 30% Brie 20% C. 8 Express 60 Illinois Central 101% Wells, Fargo A Co. 145 Kansas A Texas.. 15% Western Union. .. 94% Lake shore 132% Am. Cotton OIL .. 35% Lor.isv! A Sashvl. 72% Terminal »% Mich. Central. . 107 Lead Trust 21% Missouri Pacific.. Oregon Short Line 20 Northern Pacific 20 Rio Grande Wst'n. 35% P. P. preferred 64% Do. preferred ... 72 Northwestern 115% Firsts 82% N.W.preferred... 14S I Distillers 49% Boston, June 10.—Closing quotations were as follows: Atchison 34%IMex. Central, com 16*f Burlington 97 San Diego 16% Bell Telephone...9o3 | MINING STOCKS. San Fbancisco. June 10.—Following are the closing prioes: Belcher 90 Peer. 05 , Best A Belcher. Peerless 05 Chollar .46 Potosl 60 Con. Va 4.95 Ophlr 2.40 Confidence 1.60 Savage 2.00 Gould & Curry 1.05 Sierra Nev 105 Hale A Norcross 140 Union Con 1.05 Locomotive 06 Yellow Jacket.. .95 Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, June 10.—Wheat dull; opened *£@ He lower on account of better weather decllnt d J£o on better crop reports and expected Increase of acreage, advanced %a on reports of hot weather doing damage ln Nebraska, to bo fol lowed by low temperature and rains, ruled Ir regular, and closed steady, %c lower than yes terday. Receipts, 88,000 bushels: shipments, 112,000 bushels. , Chicago, June 10—Close: Wheat,steady; cash -83U; July, 84. Corn—Lower; cash, 60J4; July, 48%. Oats—Bteady; cash,S2>4; July, Barley—oo. Rye—7BfiJßo. Flax-1.03. Tlmothy-I.2ft® 1.34. OTHER GRAIN MARXKTH. BAN Francisco, June 10. —Wheat, quiet and steady: seller, '02, $1.41>/i; September, 1.42)4; December, - . Barley—Quiet and steady; seller, '92, new, 93%: June. 1 05K- Corn-1.37H- Livbrfooi., June 10.—Wheat: demand fair: No. a red winter, 6s lid, steady. No. 2 red spring, Us lid. Corn—Demand fair for spot and fair for futures. Spot, 5s ltd per cental, firm; June, 6s %6\. steady; July, 4s Od, firm; August, 4s 7Vd steady. San Francisco Market Review. Ban Francisco, Jane 10.—The fruit market 'Was quite active tbia morning, with a (light increase in prices for nearly all varieties of summer fruits. Cherries are arriving very free ly, and supplies, if not relieved by the canner . ies, would greatly exceed the demand. Car rants are also' ln abnndant supply, and only meet with moderate Inquiry. Gooseberries continue quite scarce, and are firm at quota tions. Receipts of strawberries are not large, still prices are lower. Citrus fruits are almost entirely neglected,while for dried trait inquiry is entirely confined to Masoned peaches and., apricots. The vegetable market demonstrated a fair amount of activity, and quotations suffered • very little change from yesterday. New pota toes arc firmer and in better demand. General Markets. New York, Jane 10.—Hops quiet; Paclflc,23® 28c. Coffee—Options closed steady, 5(2(10 points un. Sales, "i li.OOO bags. June, 12.10* 12.15: July 12O0»«12.05; August, 11.85 ®ll.fiO. Spot Rio dull. No. 7,13 V Sugar—Raw, quiet and steady; refined fairly «ctive, firm. Copper—Quiet; lake, 11.70®85 bid. Lead—Dull; domestic, 4.20:^4.25. Tin-Steady; Btraits, email@example.com. Chicago. June 10.—Pork, easy; cash, $10.50: ■July, $10 57}$- Lard, easy-Cash, 6 35; July. 6.42*. Bhoulders-$5.25®6 26. Short clear- $6 65(38.82^. Short rib»-$0 42),@tt.45. Chicago, June 10.—Whisky—1.15. Petroleum. Nbw Yobk, June 10.—Petroleum: July closed ■at 54Hc. _ LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. IThe quotationsTgtven belowlarelLos Angeles wholesale selling prices, I Provisions. Hams—Per lb., local smoked, eastern, ■sugar cured, 13V4C. Bacon—Per lb., local smoked, 14c: eastern .breakfast. L3c; medium, lOJJc. Pork—Per lb., dry salt, Dried Beep—Per lb., hams, 13'ic Lard—Compound, S's, 9o: s's, BJic; 10's. «s£c; 50's, SHo. Pure leaf lard, fH« higher all around. Mill Products. Flour-Los Angeles XXX X, $5.00 per bbl; Capitol Mills, $5.00: Sperry's, $5.40 Crown, •5.40: Victor, $5.40; superfine, $3.25; gra ham, $2.40. mill Feed—Bran, per ton, $24.00: shorts, ■20.00; cracked corn, per cental, $1.35: rolled barley, $1.25; mixed feed, $1.15; feed meal, 91.40 Oraln and Bay. Barley—Brewing, U.2o® 1.30; feed, 90995. Corn—Per cental, 11.30. / Oats—No. I,percental, t1.50. Wheat —No. 1, per cental, t1.5601.60; No. 2 $1.30061.35. Hay—Oat No. 1,512; wheat No. 1,515; bar ley No. 1, $12: alfalfa No. 1,$10; No. 2 grades $1 lower all aronud. Straw— Barley, per ton, $6.00: wheat, $6.00. Poultry *nd MgsTs. PooLTjta- — Hons. $6.00 per dot.; young roosters, 6.0Q@58.50i old roosters, $s<o; broilers, $3.00®4.00; ducks, $6 00@7 50; geese, $1 per head: turkeys, 17®18o per pound. Boos—Ranch, 19®X0cf>er dos. Dairy Products. Bottbb—Fancy roll, 37Hc®40e; choice, 32}* d>Sso; fair, 25SW0C. ,„ ' , Chsese—Eastern, 14C41*c; California, large, ll®llUc; small, 12jt,c: three-pound hand, 13Hc Honey and Bees-wax. Honey—Comb, lib forms. 14®16c; extracted, SUfjtOc. Beeswax—23®24c. Nut*. Almonds—Soft shell, 15@16c; paper shell, 19®21c; hard shell, 8410 c. Peanuts—Raw. 3@50 per lb: roasted, 7®Bc. Walnuts—Hard shell, 6®8o; soft shell, o@lle. Dried Fruits. Apples—Evaporated, B^9c. Apricots—Bleached, 7<890; sun-dried, 5®7. Ftos, California -14(<41tie. Peaches— Fancy evaporated,unpeeled, 7i<«Bc; fled 1(41 3c; snn-dried, impeded, s@7c Prunes—Fancy, 8@10c; choice, 7®Bc. Raisins—London layers, $1.50®2.00; loose Muscatels, $firstname.lastname@example.org per box; Sultana, seed less, 8c per lb. Fresh Fruits. Oranoes—Riverside navels, per box, $3.50: seedlings, $1,755*2.00: Placentla navels, $2.59 @3.00; seed logs. $1.75; Redlands or Duarte navels. $3.00®3 60S seedlings, $2.00®2.25, Mediterranean sweats, $2.25®2.50; common', $1.10®1.25. Apples—Local, pet box, $1.40® 1,50; eastern perbbl,email@example.com. _-_„-„ Bananas —Per bunch, $2 25®2.50. Lemons—Cured, $2.50®4.00 per box; un cured, $firstname.lastname@example.org. ' Fresh Meats. Bur—Per lb, 6®6%c. Mottoh—Per lb, 9c. Lamb—Per lb, 9®loo. Pork—Per lb, 7c. Veal—Per lb, 7®loc. Miscellaneous. BBAM»-pink.»2.50(»2.75nerlO«lbs; LI mat •3.7503.00; navy, imatl, $5.7503.00. Cabbages—Per 100 lbs, $1.2591050. OwiONH-Fer 100 lbs, $4,500*6. .0. PoTAToss-New per 100 lbs, 90erjs)1.10. Tomatoes—Per box, $1.5002.50. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Friday. Jane 10,1892. 8 Strohm to Mrt L P Briggs—Lots 167, Oir bollno Cooper, South A Porter trt; $25. J Beatteay to J Hunter—Lot 74, Liucoln Park, South Pasadena, r-358; $200. . . Maria J de Barth Bborb et al to J Gallus—Lot 9, 111-acre range. Wilmington, 5 aer. s; 8500. Azusa Land and Water Co to J Evans—LoU 16 and 17 bl4B, Azusa. 15—93; 8440. Chicago California Colony Co to J T Grape vine—Lots 19 to 22, sec 30, T 6N.RIIW, BB M; $1000. . . 8 Newton to J Freyermuth—Lots 4 to 13 bl C, bl 178, and 5 acre* adjoining Pomona, 21—42; 81000. . „ Henry C Wiley et ux to W B Knott—Lots 5, 6, 8,12, bl 22: lots 5. 9, 21, 23. hi 23; lota 4. 5, bl 59: lots 4, 6,6, bl ISO, Glendale, 21-96;5200. J F Houghton to L L Dyet—Lot 14 bl 3, co vins; $lot>. A T Arnell to J C McCarthy et ux—Lot 37, Mills aud Wicks'extension Second st, 13—87; 82000. J E Gordon to C Henderson—Lots 5 and 11. bl 18; lot 9, bl 19; lot 6, bl 16; lot 19, bl 15, Brooklyn trt; 85. C Henderson to W H Armstrong-As above; 810. C H Alford to A L Westbrook-Lot 8 bl A, Walnut Grove trt, 22—9; agreement to sell, 8840. A J Newton to P L Honthworth-L.it 42, sub lots 3 and 4, Hancock's survey, 6—29; $10. J W Crltes et al to T Mofßtt et al—Lot 3 bl 2, Rogers' sub Lincoln paik trt, 24—19; $1. O F Conant toM L McCarthy-Lota 66 75 76 7? bl A Santa Anita Ro, Monrovia, 34—6; $10. E X Henderson to W L t'utbbert-Lots 14 aud 16 bl 90, Long Beach: 8200. O Brodtbeck et ux to Los Angeles Terminal Railroad company—Lots 81, 95, 96, Myers tret, 11-87; $1100. Mrs A P Botello to W Bowers—Lot 16 blk 10. Beandry tract, 9-60; $2500. C H Alford to M M Dalton—Lot 8 blk A, Wal nut Grove tract, 22—9; $4. J F Rowers to M E Walters—Lot 1 14 15 blk 41,15-54: also lots 1 to 4 blk 2, Uaxvansa; 7—85; $500 E X d'Artorls et al to F Vallon—Lot 13 blk 65, Rostcranß, 22—59; $5. X E Muchmore et con to A P Halfbill—Lot 27 and W 49 feet of lot 28, Miller dt Herriott's sab Harper tract, 22—44; $3400. Rosedale Cemetery asiiocn to T Lloyd—Lot 55 blk O; $200. J Froehilnger to L Brunlng—E 40 feet lot 12 blk 1, Washington Oarden tract, 3—138; $5. T Froehllnger to L Brunlng—As above; $650. T Meredith et ux to W H Peebles—Lots 6 and 7, Mills bl 1, Grltll n s ad, X LA, 4-508; $3000. I' Moss to F P Williams and R A Washington —Lot 2, hi B, 21- 62, agreement to sell; $1500. R A Seymour to Mrs J Smart—Lot 52, Shafer A I.antermann's resub lilmmlck trt, 17—15; $000. J Wayne et ux to W B Johnson—Lots 15 and 16, bl B: lots 8 and 9, bl C, Ferguson's sub. 13 -92: $3500. T Wleseudanger to C McFarland—% of lots 1, 2 and 3, Pierce trt; $1. SUMMARY. Total number of transfers 32 With nominal consideration 9 Total consideration 124,407.00 Note—Figures separated by a dash represent the book and page of miscellaneous records. Absolutely the Best. "I never hesitate to recommend Cham berlain's Cough Remedy aa absolutely the best," says Mr. F. B. Kemp, assist ant business manager of tbe Youngs town, Ohio, Daily Telegram, one of the most influential and valuable newspa pers in tbe Buckeye state. Mr. Kemp also says: "I have found it a certain cure for tbe cough usually following an attack of tbe grippe, and always keep a bottle of it in the bouse." 60 cent bot tles for sale by 0. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main street. Shlloh's Consumption Cnre. This Is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few doses invariably cute the worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its wonderful success In Che cnre of Consumption is without a parallel ln the history of medicine. Since ita first discovery it has been sold on • guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If yon have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Price 100, 50c and 11. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shlloh's Porous Plaster. Sold wholesale by Haas, Baruoh A Co., and all retail druggists. False Isonomv Is practiced by people who boy inferior arti cles oi toad hoaswse cheaper than standard goods. Infants are entitled to tho best food ob tainable, it is a fact that the Gail Borden "Eagle" Brand Condensed Milk is the best in fant food. Your grocer and druggist keep it. Hens; Lee's Closing-Out Bale. All kinds of silk and crepe silk dress patterns, dressing gowns, shawls, table covers, fancy screens. Chinese and Japanese curiosities, etc.; also gentlemen's lumishing goods and ladles' underwear. 505 North Main street, opposite postoffice, Station 0. Westminster Stables. Livery, boarding and sale stables, 110 and 112 East Fourth street. First-class single or double rigs- anu saddle horses. Special atten tion given to boarders. Rates reasonable. >KTER HAACK, Proprietor. Christopher's lee Cream Is the Best. 241 South Spring street; families supplied. Tel. 803. Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica. Is now open for the tourists' season. Order tbe best and cheapest S. F. Double Extra Brown Stout. Jacob Adlofv, Agent. For Best Assortment of Trasses Call at Beckwith's pharmacy, 303 N. Main St., Junction Temple and Spring. Bit guaranteed. Crystal plunge. Santa Monica, south of Hotel Arcadia, thoroughly renovated and enlarged, ■is now open for bathers. Fresh ocean water constantly flowing in and out. Broadway market. Fish, 1% cents a pound. iVhen Baby was sick, we gave ncr Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria W hen she had Children, she gave them Castoria. . t CONSUMPTION CUBED. HALL'S BALSAM FOB THK MINOS Haa been • never-falling family remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, "LA GRIPPE." SOKE THROAT, HOARSENESS. PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, INFLUENZA, ACUTE AND CHRONIC BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA, WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP, PLEURISY, PAIN IN THE SIDE AND BREAST, SPITTING OF BLOOD, and all .dis eases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs Leading to CONSUMPTION. DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, morphine, nor any deleterious drug. It Boothes and heals the Membrane of tne Lungs, inflamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents night sweats and tightness across the chest. It is pleasant to the taste. Be sure and ask for DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take no other. Trade supplied by F. W. BRA ON dt CO. Los Angeles. Price, 85c, 500, 11.00. DR. WM. HALL «s CO, NEW YORK. u n>r. Pierces /•7| : > patent «Jal> un. ieCUavlnßelt," ' 1 Suspensory A Spinal Appllanoe. Imnro»«2! »-»» the W»rl« Electricity gossmreotto alt weak part, and rostorss tbom to health sad vlnorona strength. Call or«n!4c.ln stamp. forseaTed pam phlet. Addre..:—Xasrnetle Elnatle Truss 00., THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1892. Why Suffer When Belief is Sure ? HEMORRHOID!!!! PIU BALVI If THE LATEST. A noble remedy for the positive cure •f Blind, Bleeding, Itching, end pro truding piles. This salve has been in use both in the East and West for years and all that have given It a trial speak loud in Ita praises. The acute pain ceases Immediately on Its application, and a cure is permanent. Thia valua ble salve is the product of long years of continued experiments by a well known Pacific Coast Pharmacist, and IU use has given the best possible re sults. For sale by all druggists In large metal capped glass jars, price $1.00. Suppositories of the same composition sent by mail, on application, at the above price. GAL!TunNm S GHiGaCQ DRUB 06., San Francisco. Chicane. F W. Bbatw A Co., Wholesale Agents EXCURSIONS. SAM N. 08B0RNE, LIFE INBURANCE~AND Atlanllc Steamship Agency, No. 119 Re- Suenast. Tickets to and from all points ln reat Britain and Europe; lowest rates. 4 22 3m T 0- JUDSON St CO.'B EXCURSIONS BAST O • every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston. Manager ln charge. Office, 212 B. Spring st. 8-1 tf SSSBa f\ VKRLAND EXCUR ■ \J slons for the East every leflTl'lnTilliTil Tuesday via Denver and K'j'lllllt'Jlim Rio Grande R. R. and Bur- Hngton Route. Tourist Iff WtUWMEM sleeping cars, B IlllllrJß T 11. DT'ZAN. HC flsßSßnflß 204 s - Spring St., J™ s»snssiis.B. Los Angeles, Cal. «— l ■ n»l 4 . 13 m " IMPROVED BXCUBSION CAR SERVICE; the banta Fe route, shortest through oar line to the east; dally through trains to Chicago; special family tourist sleeping car excursions for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and New York personally attended through to Boston by Banta Fe excursion conductors, For cheapest tickets and full information apply to any agent Southern California By, and City Ticket Office Santa Fe Rome, 129 N. Spring st„ Los Angeles. PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock Island route leave Los Angeles every Tuesday. Personally conducted through to Chicago and Boston. Office- No. ISh South Spring st. Itf HONOLULU TOURS —HUGH B. BICE, SPR Dial agent Oceanic 8 8. Co. Office: 134 W. Second st; P.O. Box 1671. 13-4 ti HAMM'B RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP Ticket Agency, 115 8. Spring St., in front of the Wleland. Railroad tlokets bought, sold and exchanged. 9-22 91 lyr DENTISTS. RO. CUNNINGHAM, DBNTIBT?ni«riI3I • N. Spring st, rooms 1 and 8, Phillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. ml6tf DR URMY, DENTIST —OFFICE REMOVED to 1345, South Spring street All opera tions guaranteed perfect at greatly redneed prices. Extracting and filling without pain. 4-15 lm 1888—Established—1882. T W. WELLS, COR SPRING AND FIRST Lj» sts., Wilson block; take elevator; teeth filled and extracted without pain a specialty. mat! DE. TUCKER, DENTIST—OFFICE, NO. ISOW 8. Spring st 11-26-tf R. O. KNEPPER, DENTIST, NO. 138 W First st, old Wilson block. 5-81 tf DR. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, 108 N. SPRING Bt. rooms 3.6 and 7. Painless extracting; PHYSICIANS. RARENSB^ University of Berlin. Five years in this city. Diseases of the sexual organs a specialty. The doctor enres thoroughly and quickly all private diseases, even the most obstinate, as syphilis, gonorrhoea, gleet, stricture and lrrlta tability of the bladder and kidney troubles. Office, 111 N. Broadway, near First. Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. 6-6-tf RB. DRJ. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlD wifery, Ladles oared for during confine ment at 727 Bellevue aye. Calls promptly at tended to . m 28 tf MRS. DR. WELLS REMOVED TO HEB brick block, 127 E. Third st., bet Main and Los Angeles; diseases of women, nervous, rectal, sterility and genito-uriuary diseases also electro therapeutics; hours, 10 to 4. DB. 0. EDQAtt SMITH. Established 1883. FEMALE AND RECTAL DISEASES A specialty. Piles cured ln from five to fit teen days without the knife or detention from business. Office, corner Main and Seventh sts.. Roberts block. Tel. 1031. 9-11 tf REBECCA LBS DORBBY, M. D. OFFICE No. 107K N.Maln st. Speolal attention gives to obstetrics, diseases of women, especially nervous troubles and diseases of children. Honrs 9to 11 a. m. and 3t04 n. m Telephone 513. leB-tf attorneys. • Room 18 Temple block, Los Angeles, Cal. • 6 8 tf DX. TRABK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, • Fulton blk, 207 New High st, Los Angeles. J 1-16 tl J MARION BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE: • Rooms 28, 39. 80 and 31, Fulton block, near courthouse, New High St. Telephone 9SI. 8-tl tf MACHINISTS. MANN St JOHNSON — MACHINE AND blacksmith shop; iron and brass casting, tools, models, patterns, pulleys, shifting, hangers, etc; general repairing. Agents for Best's gas engine. Telephone, 903. No. 534 B. Los Angeles st. Los Angeles, Oal. 3-25 4m r^SJS!^i--^P,J™}?J^ B ?i NOTICE— A. LORRAIN, PROPRIETOR OF the City Steam Dyeing and Cleaning works and office have removed to 343 S. Broadway. All work guaranteed free ltom spots and streaks. 4-21 lm PARISIAN DYE WORKS, 274 & MAIN street Best dyeing in the city. 1-18 tf METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKS, 341 Franklin at Fine dyeing and clean ing. l-ia-tf abstracts. pany of Los Angeles. N. W. cor. Franklin STIIIWftW Wl»Ti n*T7»' AND BUILDERS. CONRAD BCHBRER, GRANITE, BITUMIN OUS and asphalt paving. 837 w. First st. 9-1 13m HOUSE MOVERS. PIONEER Room 27 Newell block 4-21 3m NO MORE STRAIGHT BANGS. Hawley Curline will cause the hair, no matter how obstinate, to remain in curl one week, defying Perspiration, Humid Atmos phere, etc Ladies, ask your druggist for it. For sale by all Retail and Wholesale drug gists ln San Francisco and Eastern cities. 5-8 snlm CONSUMPTION. I have a positive renwdy for ttw shore dtsaass; by its tumthwassdsof etsst si Htm wans kind and oi loos standing have been onrad. Indeed so strong is my faith in its efficacy, that I will send two bottlks rstex, with a VALUABLE TREATISE on this disease to «ny sof. fersr who will send metbetr Express and P. O. address. T. A. Slecasa, M- ft, 183 Pear! St., N. Y. ■ a - GRAND OPERA HOUSE,"""" Under the direction of AL Hayman. McLain & Lkhhan, Managers. THREE NIGHTS. COMMENCING THURSDAY, JUNE 9 MATINEE SATURDAY. The dramatic *vo»t of the season Joseph Ar thur's great comedy drama, "BLUE JEANS!" With its wealth of attractions,including Tbo Great Barbecue fcene. Tho Little Bull Black Wonder. The Rising buu Rearer Band, and The Realistic Sawmill in full operation. GRAND OPKRA HOUSE. Under the direction of Al Hayman. McLain Si Lehman, Managers. Three Nights of Real Good Fun: MONDAY. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 14, 15. The Inimitable Comedian, MR. BARNEY FERGUSON, MR. BARNEY FERGUSON, —AND— THE FERGUSON AND MACK COMPANY, Dirt cted by Charles B. Rice, unlocking the flood-gates of laughter and pro ducing an incessant flow of merriment in M'CARTHY'S MISHAPS ! A play in which every situation creates a laugh, interpreted by players of unusual excel lence Merry comedians! Pretty girls and specialists! A revelation ln laughter. Seats now on sale. GRAND OPKRA HOUSE. Under the direction of Al Hayman. McLain dt Lehman, Managers. TWO NIGHTS AND MATINEE, COMMENCING FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1392. First production here of A. Y. Pearson's great play, with Its wealth of scenery and realistic features, THE POLICE PATROL, Requiring two cars to transport it to the Pacific Coast Pre'en ted precisely in every detail just as advertised. The Great Police Station Scene. Haymaiket Square. Chicago, at night. The Great Patrol Stable. The Terrific Struggle. The Alarm and Quick Hitch. The White r atrol. Positively the grandest production of the age. Nothing like it ever seen on the Pacific Coast. SIMPSON AVDITOKICM, ' Hope Btreet, near Seventh. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, FIRST GRAND CONCERT * * z * 07 THE ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY " LUTE," ASBIS ED BY Mrs. J. S. Rice, soprano; Herr Josef Rubo, basso; Mr. Preston Ware Orem, pianist; Mr. Ferdinand Ford, violinist: Miss Helen Wldney, accompanist, and the well-known BUTERPEAN QUARTETTE. Tickets, 25 and 50c. Reserved seats, 76c. Now on sale at Bartlett's Music Store. EW VIENNA BUFFET, 114 and 116 Court street. F. Krrkow, Proprietor. family Entrance. Family Departments. FREE REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND CONCERT Every evening from 8 to 12 o'clock. This week, first appearance of the celebrated »\ SUITS BISTERS, !0! After a successful tour through the East And the New Vienna Buffet Orchestra. MISS THEREBB KEHRMANN, • Directress. FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.. and from 6 to 7 p.m. A LA CARTE AT ALL HOURS. The only place for imported Bavarian been on draught and Berlin Weiss Beer; also Lemp'i Extra Pale and Buffalo. 4-3 tf THB mataTtokitjm, WABM SWIMMING BATH, Broadway, next City Hall. Admission free to spectators. TUESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 7. EXTRA ! SPIRITED RACES FOR TROPHIES, if— GRAND TOURNAMENT NIGHT I AQUATIC POLO II Grotesque rsoes, high diving, trick and fancy swimming, comedy sketches, aerial acts ana good music. Luxurious porcelain tub baths; healthful swimming baths ln monster basin of pars crystal water, from 8 a.m till 10 pm. W. J. McCALDIN. President 6-16 3m CHAS. A. DOYLE, Bus. Manager. gANTA MONICA. NORTH BEACH I BATH HOUSES! \ Hot Salt Water Baths Every Day Ln the Year. PRICE FOR BATHS, 25 CENTS. 6-5 tf PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. HAZARD St TOWNBEND, ROOM 9, DOWNE V block. Tel. 847. Lo«t Angela*. 11-22-tf EXAMINATION OF TEACHEBS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN EX amlnation of teachers will be held by the County Board of Education in the assembly room of the Normal school building, Los An geles city, commencing Monday, June 27.1892, at 10o'clock a. m., and continuing throughout tbe week. All applicants for certificates must be present at the commencement of the exam ination. All teachers now holding temporary certifi cates, and all applicants for the renewal of cer tificates must file their applications with the secretary of the board on or before Juno 25, 1893. By order of the board. 6-10 td W. W. BEAMAN, Secretary. NOTICE 0» PARTNERSHIP. PAUL H. FITZGERALD AND R. W. DROM gold have formed a partnership under the old firm name of The Star Sign Company, and will continue to do business at the old stand. 222 Franklin street We will do a general house and sign painting business, and would solicit the patronage of those desiring work in our respective lines. 6-10 3t BTAR SIGN COMPANY. REDLANDS. You won't know what yon have missed on your trip to California. The very best parti it; the most beautiful views; something thai you would never forget if you have any eye foi beauty, If yon stay away from Redlands. You can only see it and get the full benefit of it by takln a drive over the hills; at the same time yon will see the one place where the oranges were not hurt with frost this winter; where you can now get the finest oranges ln Califor nia. The only spot where you would like, above all others, to have a winter home. As I am oonstsntly throwing money at there printers to Invite yon to call and allow me the privilege of showing yon the beauties of the place, yon should certainly have no hesitation ln doing it A full lisl of property for sale, if you care to look at it Prices are still lower than any other place ln California, with as many advantages for growing oranges and lemons successfully. T. H. BHARPLBSS, Agent for Redlands Real Estate, 1-10 6m State st, near Bote.' V tndsor SANTA MONICA ANNOCNCKMKNTS. AN"T A M O A COMMERCIAL GO. HAVE 100 LOTS Immediately on the track of the Santa Fe, at their depot ln Soath Santa Monica, 600 feet from the ocean, for sale at very low pricua. UF~ For prices and terms see W. S. VAWTER AT THB POSTOFFICE. W. B. Vawtkr, Pres. L. R. Vincent, Vlce-Pres B. J. Vawtek, Cashier. First National Bank of Santa Monica DIRECTORS—W. 8. Vawter, H. C. Bsgg. Sr , Nathan Bundy. W. D. Vawter, Geo. H. Bone brake, 8. J. Vawter, L. R. Vincent. CAPITAL, fully paid $50,000 SURPLUS, etc 45,000 Correspondents: Crocker-Wood worth Nation al bank of Han Francisco, Western National bank of New York, Los Angeles National bank of Los Angeles. ~ JOHN % B. * FOL3OM, THIRD STREET, Opposite Bank Building, Banta Monica. Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes And FURNISHING QOODS. tjfM Cheapest place ln tnwu to buy or cash. Laaiee' flue shoes a specialty. Everything at bed rock prices. —S 63 ANT A MON I CAS— LIVERY AND FEED STABLES, OPP. THE 8. P. DEPOT. sf**e***£legßnt turnouts and gentle saddle horses. Parties driven to all points of interest by careful drivers. H. C. BEVILLE, - Propr. ECKERT & HOPF\ The PAVILION FISH DINNERS A SPECIALTY. BEST MEALS AT ALL HOURS. O. Q. TULLIS, JEWELER : AND : OPTICIAN Fine Goods aDd Low Prices. Glasses correctly fitted to the eyes OUR SPECIALTY. SANTA MONICA LUMBER AND MILL CO. Have yard and mills at Santa Monica. Lum ber sold at Los Angeles prices. UNION LIVERY STABLE JOS. R. LA BBBGE, Proprietor. Second street, just back of the Old Santa Mon ica hotel site, gjtf Horses boarded by the day, week or month at reasonable rates. MEAT MARKET^ E. D. SUITS, Dealer IN Beef, Pork, Mutton, Corned and Smoked Heats etc. Poultry dressed to order. All kinds o Sausages. Meats delivered free of charge. Cash Said for pelts, hides, poultry and eggs. Cold torage. SANTA MONICA, CAL. -»-EMPIRE-r- LIVERY AND FEED STABLES, Utah Avenne, near Third Street. Stylish Bigs and Saddle Horses at all hours. Careful drivers furnished to driving parties. CABRILLO St 80NS, Proprietors. CHAFFEY ft ROGERS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Bank Block, Third Street. GEORGE W. ZACHARIAS, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Residence, Fifth Street, between Arizona and Orege i Avenues. —*QRAY & SON s,s —Dealers in— COAL, WOOD, FEED AND HAY Third Street, next to Bed Store. WHEN YOU VISIT SANTA MONICA DE light the little ones by giving them a ride on the steam merry-go-round, situated on the Arcadia grounds. BEST'S Improved Gas Engine Awarded first prize at the State Fair for de veloping more power on less gas than any other engine in the field. The patent cut-on? makes the most efficient explosion, and gives one third more power than any engine yet in vented. Starts Instantly I No necessity for an experienced engineer. Bimple-t, most re liable and cheapest running engine in exist ence. It costs only l)£c per horse power per I hour when developing lull power. DANIEL Manufacturer, Ban Lr.sndro. For further information address CRAWFORD Si JuHNRON, Agents, 534 South Los Angeles street. Telephone 902. KEELKY M * IVLiJsiiJJlj 1 LosGatos.Cal. Liquor, Opium and Tobaeoo Diseases and Neurasthenia Permanently Cured. The only branch in California of the world-renowned Keelcy Institute of Dwight, 111., ia located at Los Gatos, Santa Clara county, 55 Miles South of San Francisco. This treatment haa been tested by time and has a triumph ant record of more than Fifty Thousand patients treated and PERMANENTLY cured. IT IS NOT A SOBERING UP PROCESS, BUT EFFECTS IN EVERY CASE A PERMANENT CURE without harm or pain to the patient. Write to KEELEY INSTITUTE, 4.1 im Los Gatos, Cal. WAGON MATERIAL, HARD WOODS, IRON. STEEL, Horseshoes and Nails, Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc. I MY, 118 and ISI Soath Los Angeles REDONDO ANNOUNCEMENTS. J. M. Bracewell. D. J. Parker J. M. Bracewell Sl Co, —DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots, Shoes, Hals and Gaps, Goal, Tools, Implements, Etc. jgggA REDONDO BEACH, CAL, THE CASINO, REDONDO BEACH. Concert Every Sunday Even ing During Season. A. R. SHAFFER, Proprietor. 6 Blm • OCEAN VIEW HOTEL, F. D. ENGLISH, Propr. '■' '■ RATES PER DAY, $1.50 TO $2. Special Rates by tbe Week or Month. FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED. WHEN GOING TO REDONDO CALL AT THE QERMANIA HALL. FIRBT-CLASS IN EVERY RE- BPItCT. (Opposite tbe Wharf.) ■f* A Pointer! TO THOSE WHO HAVE Southern California, WITH ITS ORANGE GROVES AND . ■ t Delightful Climate, In view as their future home. First: Get in on the ground floor ; buy the best unimproved Orange land and make all there is in it yourselves. Second: Profit is one thing, pleasant surroundings another; the two should be combined to ■ make a happy home. •MoMS-NM THE I — Bear Valley Irrigation COMPANY Guarantees both to every purchaser of TEN ACRES of land ln ALESSANDRO ! PRICES ARE LOW! TERMS ARE EASY ! LOCATION DELIGHTFUL ! Five hundred people are living there today, with churches, schools, hotels aud stores. SoU the very best for orange and fruit culture. TUT A r PT7Tj One inch to every font VV A I r, l\ acres, from the famous " " IAJAI BEAR VALLEY SYSTEM. For tuU particulars write to or call on THEODORE CLARK, Manager Land Department, REDLANDS, CAL. , W% Chichester*. English Diamond Tirana. Pennyroyal pills A/ rctfnV oafc, tlwmyx reliable, ladies, ask aL\ & %\ iKtfl Druggist for CMc\eater'm ffnclith /'ia-|fl\\ fr^^ /Nt,,Kl ISrund tn Kefl nnd Hold JiitH;i]iic\\«Bf «>Z«#9boiej, scaled with bine ribbon. Take \Sr W •fftfevro no other. J£efna« dangerous tubstitu \~J iff tions and imitation*. At Drugfri <fs, or tend 44. I *»» u Jr In stamp* for jiartioulnri, antl V V JS? *' Belief for I.adlen," in Ittur, by return —V__>lr Mo.L I«MM>O Tost! moot all. Aa»i« l-aptr* / Cnlcsioter Cncmlcat Co. t ModUon Kpuarfc Eoli br all Local Druc^lotf. t'Klinda., *TtXl. JORDAN 4c COH (EAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY 151 W%rket r»'t..,Buu Francisco, (between Ovh aud ito Sts.) Go and learn how wonderfully you, are made and how to avoid sickness and diseases. Museum enlarged with thousands of new objects. Admission 25 cts. Private Office, all Oeary St. Diseaser of men: etrlcture, loss of manhooJ.diss&scs of the akin and kidneys quioklv mired withonf !hs use ot mercury. Treatment personally f .Of Tttcr. Send for book 7