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FRIDAY MAY 13, 1881.
Herald Steam Printing House. The facilities ol the Herald steam Printing House for doing Job work are not a irpassed la California outside of San Francisco and Sacramento, All work en rusted to ua will be executed wltb neat ness aud dlspatoh at tbe lowest living rates. MPECIJ.I, NOTICE. Hereafter notices of companies, socie ties, churches, etc., will only be inserted In the Hkbald us paid advertisement*. We reaorve, for Places of Worship, a grat ia directory, whioh will appear every Sunday morning. Missing Notes Tbe A. oc P. railroad people are now making enquiry as to the probable revenue the building of their road will develop through tbe section of cotiutry west of the Needles to tbe coa9t line. We must admit tbat, from the compar atively slight knowledge that they have gained through their survey ors' notes, it is not very encourag ing. But to those wbo have trav elled much through that country, with their eyes open, it is quite tbe reverse. At a poiut about thirty miles northwest ftom their cross ing at the Needles, they strike the Providence mountain range,which, aside from being an excellent graz ing country, contains some of the best silver miues iv tbe Slate of ] California. Iv fact there are mines there so fully developed that tb»y require but mills to commeuce bullion shipment. This, of course, once done, opens hundreds of otUer mines which now, from tbe fact of j their great distance from railroad oommunicaticn, are lying idle, aud capital cannot be induced to eveu go and look at them. Now, west of tbe above range, it is a continu ous mineral belt of both gold aud silver, until tbey reach the Coast Range. Repeating, as it were, tbe history of tbe Southern Pacific in Arizona, which, as it dragged its length slowly along In tbe course of construction, actually populated the country, and to-day it is paying largely. Tha rauges west of the Providence aro comparatively un known. Garfield, Calico, Paint, and other ranges have only beeu dignified by names within ihe past year. Ail of tbem con tain remarkably lively mining camps, taking into con sideration (hat they are wholly developed by homo capital. At Ord, asido from tho gold aud silver mines, there arc some of the largest copper miues ever discovered on the coast, and need but that min ing blessing, "Eastern capital," to bring tbem to a paying basis. At Silver Mountain District, on the Mojave river, they have no: only developed tbeir mines to a great extent but have a ten stamp mill erected and running, Dry Lake District, thirty miles southeast of Ord, presents au exceedingly fine showing. Considerable work has been done toward development and, should tho water supply be devel oped sufficiently, it will become an excellent mining point. Grape vine District lias been generally prospected and many locations made, although none have reached tbe Waterman miuo in richness yet. Rich discoveries are claimed to be made dally in Ibis and the adjacent locality. An extremely rioh country lies at tiie northern base of the Sau Bernardino range, east of Ihe Cajon Pass, In which is tbe Sanchez mine, which com mences working with iis new smeller the coming week. Then ou tbe summit of tbo mountain we have Bear, Holcomb and Lone val leys, in which there aro excellent prospects, and a few developod mines. With the exception of tlio latter district they have had tbeir day, that is the "boom" lias been with tbem nt,d has gone. The mines have merit, but in many cases they have been mismanaged, lo say nothing of "manipulation." The celebrated Gold Mountain mine, located between Holcomb and Bear valley, would to day yield a handsome revenue if tbe latest improved machinery for working low grade oro were utlllred. A DIFFERENCE of opinion exists among European engineers as 1,0 the practicability or establishing a sea, as now proposed, in the great Sahara, the chief problem being, It would seem, how to keep It up. It is argued that, supposing tlie tea to be created by means of a canal, it will lose an enormous quantity of water by evaporation every day, without the introduction of an equal volume of fre3b water. The water evaporated being replaced by a supply coining through the canal, the whole body will soon reach tbe maximum of saturation; and thus, tbe evaporation still con tinuing, a deposit of salt will be formed which, In time, must fill up tbe whole space of tho interior sea —tbe salinity of tbe water being eneb that no animal' life would be possible in it, aud tbe ultimate re sult being simply tbe accumula tion of an immense deposit of salt. On tbe etber band, tbe projectors of tbe enterprise claim tbat tbe prceencs of tbis water, and evapo rations, must produce copious rains, which will in large measure return into the sea, and thus not only accomplish the object referred to, but also convert a etorilo waste into a fertile country. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. [Special lo tho Ueuald by the Western Union Telegraph Company.l PACIFIC COAST. MTOCK ltKfo ur. SAN FKANOTSCO STOCK AND KX CHANUE BOARD. J4OUNI Nil SESSION. San Fbanciscc, May 1-' OS Opllir, IHi 1 1035 8 Nevada. 11 J», 2iJ Mexican, 10, 8 ? i, tlfii >'Hi n '» 9!i 110 Ui»ii.B!4,B»i,S'i Gls 0 •*C,5 , i5j;,E? 4 ©4b 6 6 7 i 60 kxraoquer, IJEa, 215 B.v B, IVi, 10}*. 1-20 10*-' 60 Seg Belcher. 7 got Data, 1.15,1.20 010 Overman, 1.80, !>J Savage, 11,85, 3.50 1.55 610 Con Va, 2.25 150 Justice, 1.10 SSO ObOllaj, 2 00,3.60 425 Union, Wi, 215 H * N, 4.50, 4.15, 100 Occidental, 1.75 4.40 • 54) Andes, 1.80.175 400 Point,B.4o, 2.46 ijUJ Scorpion, 175, 18'J Jacket, 3.65,3 70 1.80 Sit Keutuek.'Z ii 100 Curtis, 1.70 HO Alpha, 3 5'J Polos), 3. ii &'0 Beicner, 1.55,1.80 OPEN BOAKD —4 30 P. M. Ophlr. 7»i b: Savage, 4).f0 b; Crown Point, 2. 40 b, 2.43 a; Sierra Nevada, 12H b, i2S,u; Mexican,lo V, s. Union, 10%b.JOIti SI liould A Curry,o'i; Jacket,3.7o v; Alta, tit b; Utab,BVi«; llalo « Nnrcross.4 40b; Potoal,S.Ss b; California, LSO b: Cbollar, 2.70b; Andes, 1.90 a; Benton, toob; Over* man, 1.00 b, 155 a; Best & Belcner, IO 1 , b; Bullion, 75c b, 80 a. PasaenKeta auma and East. Fresno, Cal., May 11,— The fol lowing is the lust of passengers for the S. uth aud Ka«t on the train Whioh passed this place at 5 P. M : G W Brltton, Deuiiug; VV H Chiekeriug, New York; A Sinclair, wife and son Glasgow; A Murray, New York; E Bigelow, Boston; H C Hemiogray, KausaaCity; F T Palmer, Pinal; E M Pitcher, Tomb stone; F VV Smith, Kansas Cily; Mra VV N Muuroe, Eos Angeles; Mrs A VV Sisson, do; G W Peachy aud famlly.do'; J P Moore, Deming; lAdolpb Cremer, Tucson; Rev 1 X Birdaall, Los Angele-; Wm Mc- Kinney aud wife, do; Annie Mc- Kinney, do; Geo H Smith, do; Dave Sachs and wife, do; Jno Ball, do; J Brown, do; F VV Sinitb, do; GeoSeltz, do, B Cremer, da; Geo Ertel, doj A V Thomas, do; C Soyer, Casa Grande; R Orion, 'Tuo son; T Kennedy, New York; J I Louergso, Tucson; Mrs B F Beall, San Beruardino; Miss Bell Driver, Casa Grande; Mis J B Kerns, Deming. Tue 1.0.l SI £1 mil Sacramento, May 12 —Senate. The Assembly resolution lo ad journ nine die to-morrow morning was adopted, ayes 29, noes 8, Dickinson withdrew his Appor tionment bill, whan the Senate adjourned, Assembly.—On re-assembling Ibe House, without doing any bus iness, took ft resess till 4 o'clock to await tho action of the Senate on the tine die resolution and the en rollment of tho R >ad hill, j On re-aseembllDg at 4 o'clock a I message was received from the I Governor announcing his approval of tbo Tax Levy bill and of the Appropriation bill, except the item ofSIOO.OOO for a wall around the branch prison at Folsom. A message wa9 received from the Senate announcing itt adoption of the sine die resolution. Tbe item in the Appropriation bill vetoed by tho Governor was taken up. Some debate eusued but, owing lo the slim house, tbe i matter was mails tlie special order for to-morrow morning. Adjourned. arrnaitac fa* Terminal I..enti les. San Francisco, May 12th, —A. A. Robinson, Chief Engineer of the Atchison, Topeka aud Santa Ffl Railroad and C. E. Gast, attor ney for the same compauy, with a patty of excursionists, arrived from Los Angelea this ttfternoou. It is asserted that Robiueon and Cast are arranging for terminal la cilities for iheir company. Tue Two Bitpnai Ciaveutiuns, San Francisco, May 12'.h.—The seceding Baptist churches at the Dixon Convention organized this morning. 11 is called the General Baptist Convention of California, and calls ou all sympathizing churches of the State to Join. In tho regular Convention to-day hut little business wa9 done. Kai loob preached a sermon to the reg ulars to-nigbt, moderate in tone. spill oa liail mi. Dixon, May 12th.—At the meet ing of the Baptist Convention la9t evening, Key. S. B. Morse, Chair ruau of the Committee on Enroll ment, read a communication which, in effect, but without men tioning names, called upou those opposed to Kallocbism to with draw from the Convention. The seoedein are as follows: Revs. C.W. Hcwes, First Baptist Chutcb, Sau Fraucisco; G. S. Abbott, First Bap tist Church, Oakland; William Kincaid, First Baptist Church,Han Francisco; J.(i A. Henry, Calvary Baptist, Sacramento; H. B. Morse, First Bap list Cnurcb, East Oak land; G. A. Road, Alameda; J. R. Fleemore, Stockton; J. H. Hart well, of tlie Chiuese Church; E. H. Grey, of Vailejo; E. N. Gage, Mo desto; Gsorge Gulry, of Trinity Church, Oakland, Tbe two wings are now ruuuing separate conven tions. Oieiaraii I'acaaaiituiiaaai. CARSOS, Nev., May 12tb.—Tbe lottery bill passed by the last Leg islature was declared unconstitu tional by the Supreme Court to day. EASTERN. Auomer luiquiir aecoiupllaben. Washington, May 12th.—Stan ley Matthews was confirmed a Jus tine of tbe United States Supreme Court by one majority. Sr.. UarH.ld'a < o ininu - rtie Host, Washington, May 12th.—Mrs. Garfield's condition Is still critical. Tbe President attends ber con stantly. Her blood for a few days bas been 104 degrees. The Presi dent is much exbausted. Tbe beat is InoreasiDg. It was 94 degrees in tbe shad* at 11 o'clock tbis morning. Neimte r. ilinu- Washington, May 12—Senate. Kellogg's resolution regarding ap pointments to the executive depart ments was opposed by Sherman, as the present expensive register con tained all tho information required and the resolution was therefore superfluous. Tho resolution would he merely a handle to oust valuable officers. Bayard agreed in this view and moved to refer the resolution to the Committee on Priutiug. Brown thought the resolution proper, but MoDIU's resolution would better cover the grouud. Kellogg held tbat the South bad not beeu fairly treated. Referred to tho Committee on Priutiug, together with MoDIU's resolution of yesterday. Hoar offered a resolution direct ing the Eleotlou Committee to re port at the next session whatever measures may be necessary for as certaining and declaring the result of the Presideutlal election. Adopted. ,Jrr»n< e„(l t>.. cliet-i, lv BStSlOtla New York, May 12th. — The Wortd'j Cily of Mexico correspond ent says: T lie government officially states that Grant is not regarded with distrust. Tlie relations be tween President Gonzales and Ro mero are very cordial. The same correspondent says: At the Graut diuuer ex-Gov. Paebeco, of California, asked to be excused from entering upon railroad mut ters, becausetbe preceding speak ers had said all ou tbe subject that' seemed necessary. The Governor added tbat his ties to the sister Re public were peculiar. Mexico had given him birth and California, a part of the great northern confed eration, had nurtured blm to man hood. He loved both with equal fervor and hoped that time would strengthen tbu amicable relations existing between them. FOREIGN Regicide Plot Discover?,!. London, May 13tb—A Rome letter says tbe police bave discov ered a plot to assa-sinate tbe King. The International Society is sus pected. Dickens's Love of London. Tn a papei In tbe May Seribner ou i !•» looaltliei of Dickens, Dr. E Mart..' writes as follows of t io af fections of "Buz" for Loudon Btreets: "I'tiere is no end to the strolls through Loudon, streets which we may take with Dickeue, and I know no more delightful guide tbau his alert figure, as be takes In turn tbe arm ol each of Ids myriad creations—those creations which ought to bo counted iv lbs census—and leads us wilh them lo ibeir favorite haunts. We may foudiy fancy that wo know some thing about Loudon, but we 11 mi even tbe self-sufficient Foster con strained to own tbat there is much to learn ccujeruiug it from each of his successive books. If not a bom Londoner, Dickens was born for London, and derived his best iv-; spiratlone from its familiar scenes. I To him, as to Macauley, 'itssmoky j atmosphere and muddy river hail j more charm than the pure air of I Hertfordshire and the crys'.al cur- j rents of tbe Rib.' His love for its streets was keener than that ex pressed by Horace Walpol* or Leigh Hunt, by Charles Lamb or Thackery. Only Dr. Johnston's uflcctiou equaled it in intensity and steadfastness; but unlike the sturdy doctor, Dickens was pas sionately fond of country life and country rcenery, aud there is no pretense in any of his enthusiasm about it. He would go away at times for a trip through, or a resi dence in France, Switzerland,ltaly; but tho quiet and isolation he sought, the beauty of form and col or iv lake und mountain and snow peak ho loved to well, did not suf fice him to live on; bis best brain work failed him, and lie was al ways dually force to go for his in tellectual food back to ins beloved streets. 'For a week or a fortnight I can write prodigiously iv a retired place, as at Broadelairs; and then a day in London sets me up again and starts me. But the toll and the labor of writing day after duy without the magic lantern [Lon don] is immense !' Especially during the process of incubation was he given toqueer'night walks.' He writes to Fslton of himself, while composing bis 'Christmas Carol': 'Aud thiuklng whereof, he walked the black streets of London 15 and CO miles,many a night when all sober folks bad gone to bed.' " A Good Farragut Story. (Wasnhiston Letter to Courier-Journal,) Captain Jouett, a brave and en terprising oOieer In Hie Federal navy, was commander of tlie Meta Comet, a first-class "double-euder" ironclad, at tbe siege of Mobile, un 1 Captain Fat (?) Murphy, au equally valliant Southerner, was lv command of the Confederate ironclad Selino. The two offloers bad been old messmates aud inti mate friends in the Union navy prior to the war. Now, the greatest weakness of the ilesh known to Captain Murphy was a fondness f.>r deviled crabs and Kentucky whis ky—tbe latter as au artistic accom paniment to the former. Captain Jouett by some rare chance hail Dome into possession of a demijohn of Ibe most geuerous Bourbon, some llftetn or ISO years old, and it was announced by Jouett the dfty before tbe grand assault that lie in tended to bave the company of Captain Murphy, of tbe Seltna, In disposiug of the Bams. The day came when the business of "lash ing Commodore Farragut to the mast" and the taking of Mobile were accomplished. Farragut se lected the Meta Comet as bis fel low-yoke in tbe engagement, hav ing for her commander, us was well known in naval circles, the highest admiration. The two ves sels were lasbed together with six incli cable", which tho Com modore had just obtained from New York at great pains. The light finally passed the decisive point, and all tbat re mained was to complete the de tails. At this Juncture Captain Jouett got permission to sheer otT from tbe flagship aud pursue tbe Morgan, Gralnes and Selma gun boats. Instead of wasting time tn loosen up the Commodore's n,ew cables, he had them quickly cut asunder in five or six places and was. off like a shot. He overhauled the Morgan and Games successive ly und suuk tbem. Pursuing tbe Selma, he met a more stubborn re sistance, but after losing thirty or forty of ber crew tbe Selma sur rendered. On mounting ber deck, Captain Jouett met his old com rade Murphy, who, with bis right arm disabled, bold out bis sword to Jouett with bis left with great dig nity. "Put away your frog sticker, Murphy," said tbe victori ous Jouett, "aud let's dispense with that nonsense. I came ou board to Invite you to join me iv my cabin to-morrow night, when I will offer you tbe finest spread of deviled crabs and Kentucky whisky that ever tickled your palate." "Why, Jouett, good God Almighty!" was Murphy's pathetic response) "if you had signalled me to the effect tbat you had that kind of mer chandise on board your old tub, damme If I hadn't lowered my col ors two hours ago." The Life Model Business in Washington. There ia a full-fledged "life class" iv- this city, says a Washington correspondent, where studies are made from living niodals. The Corcoran Gallery of Art has .lone much to develop artistic taste in Washington. The dozens of stu dents who daily nvail themselves of the privileges of its halls can study from tho works of tlio best painters of the Old and New World. The life class hits nothing to do with tbe gallery, It is composed of ladle* and gentlemen who, having reached some proficiency iv sketch ing and painting, wish 10 study the perfect human uuarhmy. All members of tbe class have the privilege of attending Its regu lar sessions, und whether Iho model Is a male or female depends only upon the subject previously assign ed for study. An 01.l gentleman here secures most of tha models for tho class. It ia seldom that he Is compelled to advertise, us there are quite a number of well formed women of his acquaintance who are willing to dedicate themselves to nrt. Tne model is provided with a mask for the upper part of the face, and no one but the procurer knows her name. Many of the models nre said to ho persons of sliady oharaoter, but in one in stance at least tlio reverse was true. Several weeks ag»o as a singular ly beautiful model was standing as Psyche, she suddenly closed her eyes and fell forward in a faint. Other models had fallen fainting frequently before, aud this circurn- Blanco would have attracted little com nn. Nt had not the mask drop ped from Ilia fdir creature's face. The consternation of some of tho studenls can be imagined when they recognized iv ber features those of the widow of an ex geuer al in the Union army, who Is poss essed of wealth as well ns a of Which she is vain. A lady iv tho class quickly threw a hautiUer chief over ber face, and the faint ing model was carried from tlio hall. Tbe lady was ill for several days, and removed afterward to a stibuib of Washington where she remained until recently. She now emerges i. in the solitude of Ihe country to I ■> married :i second time.— PittlbUigh Pot. How Jenny Lind Got a Husband. A reporter <«r the Washington National Republican called on the great moral showman, I. T. liur num, at the Arlington Hotel, on Thursday, aud hail a pleasant cbat with him. JJuritig the talk IMr. Barnum thus told how Jenny Ltud got a husband: "Jeuuy J,ind, or Mrs. Gold schniidt, is living in London, near tlie Buckingham Palace, at a place called Pimlloo, Wben I was last iv London 1 met her daughter at a photographer's—tlio royal pho tographer's—and she insisted upon my seeing ber mother. 8o I went to see her, aud had a very pleasant visit. Her marriage was rather ro mantic. Goldschmidt is a Jew. The* studied music together. When she came to America she sent for him to eoniti as a pianist, ami lie used to play at her concerts. It was her own arrangement, ami she paid his salary herself. She thought he was a grand musician, and used always to get into one of the private boxes aud applaud his pieces. Though she was older than he, she loved him and was bound to marry liiui. He renounced his religion in order in be her hus band. I guess lie thought it was a Comfortable plane. She must he worth $1,000,000. There was a joke aln ut it at tho time. The question was, 'Why did be marry Jenny Lit d." aud tbo reply, 'Because be wus gold stui t.' " Tho branding of army mules End horses bas beeu a recogulzed prac tice in must countries for years past, hut it remained for an Eng lishman lo propose tbat soldiers should be treated in the samo way. Desertion in the British army is carried ou lo au excess unknown in other countries, and to guard against the evil aud to mako the recovery of fugitives more certain, somebody bus submitted to tho War Office a little instrument which, ou the touching of a spring, will instantaneously and indelibly tattoo a small crown ou a man's wrist. Tattooing Is not exactly branding, in so far us the mechani cal operation is concerned, but it is exactly tho same in its results— it leaves a mark for life —aud it seems scarcely possible that any number of human beings will vol untarily submit to It unless the work is a peculiarly honorable oue, which the Queen's service at this time certainly Is not reputed to he Buiong Englishmen generally,— iV. V. Graphic. London World: A remarkable il lustration of the law of entail has just come to my knowledge which alfords a startling ex ample of tho progress of the youth of the present day. The eldest ton of a well known Baronet, who suc ceeded to the title and estates on Ihe sudden death of his nephew, one of tho moat popular officers of the Guards, a few years since, has been "going the pace," to tbe very pressing inconvouionce of his ven erable parent. Communicating his trouble to v friend, the Barouet lamented the necessity of lotting the family mansion in the country, and on this coming to the knowl edge of "young Hopeful," be cool ly wrote to his father, inquiring if it were true. "If so," he added, "I insist upou your letting It to me !" A stone baby bas been found at Eureka bprlugs, Ark. Probably been rocked to death.— Phila. Bul letin. Its parents probably mis took it for a little brick.— N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. It Is a gneiss baby, anyhow, and we shall not mioa pun on It.—Norrietown Herald. On tbis coast there 'dobe found at hundreds of places.— Alia. NEW TO-DAY. > Companion Wanted. A lone lady can have a place to lodge and cook without charge, lo keep coui ■ paoy with auotber lady, on Figueroa i street, near Jefferson, and near tbe street . car track. A teacher preferred. F.uqulre ' of J, H. EUTLER, 139 Main at. iula-3t I , i To Dairymen. A Marin county BDTTF.R-MAKER de t sire* a situation in adalry. Address KD- I WARD K. MAN, Herald office. mI.J-3t f 81<> REWARD. ' STOLEN, from Pasadena, on tbo night ' of May llth, a large dun horse; blaok mane end tall and black points,no braud. Tuo above reward will be paid for his return to J. J. MELLUS, ml3tf Loa Angeles. STRAYED. From O. P. R. Mohan's butcher shop, corner Kirst nod Alameda streets, OMI BLACK MARK, branded P L. Auy oue returning hur lo ibe übove address will be suitably rewarded. mi3-3t ADELPHI THEATRE! MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES. V,'V. CATER TO THE PUBLIC TASTE! Another Chaugo of Programme.' GRAND BILL! Deserved Applause Greets the Protean sketch Artiste and Herio-Comio Songstress, Miss Flora Weston! THE QUEEN OF ALL BALLADISTS, Miss Alice Mansfield! Enthusiastic Reception of the Eminent !Soug uud Duuoo Lady, MJ*k SADIE IRWIN I ANOTHER NEW STAR! Miste AINNIE BAILY, THE CLEVER SOUBRETTE. ELLA CODY, THE CHARMING VOCALIST. The OU Established Favorites iv Now Acts, f?on-;s and Lances! Entire Change or Bill Mondays and Thursdays. LOOK OUT for tlie FRANKENSTEIN MYSTERY and OF CAPITA* TION ALT! PRICES OF ADMISSION; Gallory Cse. i Parquet 50c. Boxes according to location. En trance to private boxes on Sanchez street. C. M. KRaMKK, Lessee. ar-29tf GEO. WII.LIG, Manager. In tho Superior Court Of Ibe couuty of Loa Augeles, State of California. Intho matter of tho estate of Maria Antoala Villa de Reyes, dt-ceased —No tice to Creditor*.—Nonce is hereby given en by the undersigned,JoseYsidro Reye», a lministraior, und Fnmcisca Reyes, ad nuiulstrai ri.\ ol Die estate of tbo bujd MaiU Antonla Villa de 1 Keyes, deceased, to tha creditoaj of, aud all petsous having claims against • said deceased, to exhibit them, with the : necessary vouchers,witbiu(4 lour months from ihe first publication oi this >.otice, to the said administrator and adminis tratrix, nt the offices of the'.r attorneys*, Bfeun, smith, Brown & Hutton, attor neys ut law, rooms RUB) bered 81, 83 and 98, Tempi* Block, in tne e.ty of Los Au geles, Stute of California. Luted L'is Angele-s, California, May 13ih, A. D. 1881. J. YSIDRO REYES, Administrator of the estato of Maria Autoiiia Villude Keyes, deceased. FRANCISUA REYES. Administratrix of the estate of Maria Autouia \ Reyes, deceased. nil,:lm ; FOUND! A place where a tine cop ot OOFFBI9 or Hut TEA, with NICK LUNCH, can bo had, A. 'X* S M 1 T li 'H, No. a i' km:E*laH ht. mn>u saddle Worses." Number One Saddle Horse*, gontle and well trained, fir Indies or gentlemen, for hire at JOHNSON'ei FEED STABLE, No. H Aliso street. Reasonable* mi!Mw LECTUHES! A Series of Lectures will be delivered by Bldersol the "Reorganized Church of. JeflUl Christ of Latter Day saints," ' At Look's Haiti No. IM MAIN ST., Lab Angeles City, beginning at li A* M M SUNDAY, May 15, com inning Sunday evening at 7:15 o'clock aud each evening during the week following at the sumo hour. The following subjects will be exam ined from a Blblcstundpoint: ThoDivin ityof the Bible Proven; The Sabbath; Tne Intermediate State o( tho Dead; signs of the Times; Restoration of the Gospel; Restoration of the House of Is rael; Tne Keign of Christ on tho Earth, etc. All are invited to attend, mll-iud POISON OAK. MOOUE'.«i ItIuItXEDY A SURE CURE. 11 kills pain, itching and iull.immalicn at once. TRY IT. For sale by all drug gists. , Price, 2i c's. a box. in7G-3ai*lß County Warrants, etc. I buy Wllness Fees, Jury Foes, City and County Warrants, Judgrucnls, and ull kinds ofelatmi, C\ WHITE, Attorney at Law. iOrROOm 4H Temple block, n;iO-ly MONTANA MEAT MARKET. TEE riONKEK MAHKEI of this cily. It* MAIK SJ'., NE All FIRST. Keeps on band tho best Boer, Veal, Pork, Mut ton, stall. .Meats and all kinds of Hriusngos, Meats deliver" I to all parts of the olty. A. FRANCE, mrl-cin Proprietor. A. 11. CABDWELL, VETERINARY SURGEON OfUce at Eergusiin A Rose's Livery tsiablas. Main St. All diseases of animals treated on rea oniiMo terms. OlUco hours oto II a. m ~ to 4 p. m. aptttf The American Colony. This new colony for Los Ang.l.l coun ty is now forming, to locate on the CEUBITOS RANCH Fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties looking for a dealrable locattua to make homes should see these lands before pur chasing elsewhere, farttis can go and see the Colony tract and return the same day from La. Angelea. For further par ticulars apply to or seed stamp for Col ony map, prospectus, etc, to W. E.WTLL- MoKK, Baker Block, Room 1, Los Ange lea, Cal. feSlf NEW TO-DAY. DOTTER & BRADLEY HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR SPRIUG STOCK COMPRISING THE FULLEST ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC., EVER BROUGHT TO TH33 CITY. Prices Lower Elver! 82,84 and 88 Main St., Los Angeles ° aIT lm LAND FOR SALE. 3*o ACRES OK IRRIGABLE LAND, Most beautifully located, I 1,; miles irom the Plaza; Hue view; magnificent soli lor VINES OK TREES. sto land; southerly exposure; two never-falllug springs of water ou the tract. IRRIOABLE From city ditches or Loa Angeles City Water Co's malus.whlch are luid up to it. Price, $20,000; one-half cash, balance on time. Apply to B* M.JOHNSTON", my 10-1 m East Los Angeles, Ho! for Catalina Island! THE GREAT BATHING, HUNTING AND FISHING RESORT. The yacht DON GE.ORGE. Captain Ed ward Johnson, will commeuee running to Catalina on or about June 15, making regular trips during the season. The Dou George will start irom the Wilmlngt'<n wharf, ihus saving passengers the ex pense of transfer of baggage, on Tues days, Thursdays and Saturdays, Re* turning, she will leave the island on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays* Fare lor the round trip. Si. John; morrison. Agent, ap24tf Wilmington. TO CONTRACTORS. SAN GABRIEL SCHOOL HOUSE. Proposals will be received for building the above school house ou or before Tuesday, May 10, ISftl. according to plans and specifications to be seen at (he office or Kysords Morgan, architects, Los An geles. S. RICHARDSON, J. C. NEWTON, H. HAMILTON, School Trustees Han Gabriel District. April 25,1681. up2J-2w Express copy. J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner of First and Fort streets. •WBuggies, spring wagons and Baddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day 83.00 Two horses and spring wagon, a day. U. 50 Horse and buggy, per day „ 2-50 Halt a day 1.50 aa-BATISFACTION GUARANTEED. s22tf PONY SALOON, KO. ISO MAIN STRKIGY. Carl 11. F. Sehwenn, [Better known as Don Carlo. ; Late bar-keeper of tbo Post Exchange, has purchased the above well-known sa loon, which he has thoroughly retlited. SWWINES, LIQUORS, ALE, BEER AND CIGAR? of tbe best quality to be lound lv the mnrket always on baud. A cordial invitation ia extended to bis old faeuds aud the public to give blm a call. IteT ßagatelle Table for Pastime. a'-'lltf WINE PUMPS, LIQHTHALL'B PATENT, THE BEST lIN USE. Manufactured by KEYSTONE PUMP WORKS. 431» FOURTn ST.. PAN FRANCISCO. die-Sm Key West Cigar Store, NO. 7s| MAIN STREET, LANFRANOO BLOCK SIM ISAACS. : l PROPRIETOR. Manufacturer of FINE CIOARs! and dealer in IMPORTED CIGABd and all Hues ol Smokers' Articles. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED, mtftf A GOOD OPPORTUNITY ! The Capitol Bakery and Confectionery for Sale. On account of au imperative calt to Europe ou business, tho undersigned la compelled to dispose of tbe above prop erty. Kor terms enquire on tbe premises, SPKINa Sl'KEET,ne»r tbe PostOfflce. «p2»-lw H. SCHUMACHER. Prof. Frank Zuccoli, rnEACHER OF SPANISH, FRENCH, X Italian, and Penmanship. Long ex perience, practical and easy method,aud moderate terras. Address, Moiso Man sion, New High street. m3dw NOTICE. CONSUMERS OF WATER FROM tbe main, of tbe Loa Angelea Ci'y Water Company will please ezerelse economy In tbe use of water for the next four or Aye days, aa the ditch is under repairs from damages by ths canal and reaervolr dUeb. FBBD. BATON, May 2d, Mil. (Superintendent. xee-M L. POLASKI & SON. ■ ' — ■ - mm 4k EXQUIS IT JE3 Spring and Summer Styles for Ladies and Gentlemen Have Arrived! New Styles in Cents' Spring and Summer Clothing. How Styles in Boys' Spring and Summer Clothing. New Styles in Fancy Percale Shirts. New Styles in Cents' Neck Dress. New Styles in Cents' and Boys' Straw Hats. New Styles in Cents' and Boys' Linen Olothing. An Immense Stock of Colored Half-Hose. New Styles in Ladies' Dress Goods. New Styles in Summer Silks. New Styles in Ladies' Summer Jacketsand Sacques. New Styles in Ladles' Hosiery. New Styles in Parasols. An Immense Variety of Fancy Goods. A large and well assorted stock of Tfunics, Valises and Handbags. fcsa?"Call and see our new stock."©a iWPRICSS AWAY DOWNI lit; 111 c mber, L. POLASKI & SON, 58 Main Street, corner Commercial. • ap!6 ____ A FEWWORDStoGENTLEMEN. WE ARE TAKING MORE ORDERS lor Dovliu's Celebrated Custom- Made Suits tbau ever before. His prices have been reduced. No better fitting garments are to b» obtained. Come aud see our samples. Helect tbe kind you want, uud we will guarantee satisfaction iv every respect, ur no sale. Our Reduction Sale lv Gent's Furnishing Goods still goes, and you will find it to your ad vantage to buy your shirts aud underwear an 1 other goods at tbe low prices nt wblcb they are now being sold. Wo have certainly reduced prices ou larger lines of goods. Tbe "Coulter Shirt" is giving perfect satis -I'ietinn, and is undoubtedly without a rival on tho Coast. Men are paying high prioes for shirts made to order that are no better In any respect than thosie we are selling at very low prices. The "Coulter Sblrts" are manufactured expressly to my order. Call uud see them. B. F. COULTER. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY. CHEESES ROUGH A DREYER. PROPRIETORS, MANUFACTURERS OF F>~E CIGARS. MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY, AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETrES, PIPES A SNUFF At No. 39 Spring St., opposite Court House. Ml