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WEDNESDAY JUNE I, 1881.
Herald Steam Printing House. Tbs faolUHes of the Heualo is.team f rioting House for doing Job work are not surpassed In California outside of San Vraadsoo and Sacramento. AU work en trusted to as will be ezeented wltb neat ness and dispatch at ths lowest living rates. avaWlAh solicit. Hereafter notices of companies, socle, ties, elrareb.es, etc., will only bs Inserted IB tbe Kbbald as paid advertisements, We ressrve, lor Places of Worship, a grat is directory, which will appear every Bandar morning. What Is Ahead. Nowhere oU the coast is tbere such an amount of building going on as iv Los Angeles to day. Iv •II quarters of tbe city activity lv this Una If observable, uud tbe buildings range from tbe preten tious bualuesa bouse ta the cosy oettsgs. Iv the oeotral portion of the city tba Improvements are uf quite an atpeosive character. But •hat does not eourey the whole les* aaa of tbe change. Los Augeles bat Inereaetd at least one thousand la population since tbe census of MM was taken. One year ago then were easily three hundred Taesnt bouses in tbe Pueblo. Now tbere is aot only nut an empty house, but bousss are going up ou every baud. Tbe new population either haa money or knows perfect ly haw to handle itself. It comes here testa}; aud It is guided, in its Selection of a new residence, by a sagacious Impulse. Both city aud eoußty ere destined tv grow, from this time forth, iv an uuprecedeul sd ratio. Tin-re v.ill bo lv wnu and hectic speculation in real es tate hereafter, but there will bs a steady aad profitable real estate movement. The mass ot tbe peo ple wbo bow come to tbis section ara seeking vineyard aud orcbatd leads. Tbey propose to make these pey, aud tbey know tbere is money in tbem. Purchasers vi this kind of property will mmc frees sll quarters of the compass— frees Oregon and Califoruia and freest tbe boundless E.st. Tbey will eesae here steadily and iv con elderable numbers, aud even dur lag tbe Summer; but, In tha Fall, wesbali bo treated tv a uew era. This city has beeu lying fallow for the last five years, but tbe attrac tions wbich have converted her from a 'dobe town and v cv.v couu ty remain aud have been accelerat ed, through railway development*. Production bas Increastd in this county at an unheard of rate, aud It la aa yet but in its infancy. 'While it is fortuualefor the city ef Loa Angelei tbat the is locuttd la a county so prodigally gifted lv natural reeoutees, this fact by no means tummarizss tbs causes of her past and prospective growth, liven tbe most prosaic person must take climate Into tbe count in estl snelleg tbe future of a place. Re joicing in a climate wbich can only be paralleled by two other sections of Southern California, Los Angeles presents scsdio and ether cbaims of a cbsruoter so manifold as to determine the eaelee of persons of msaus wbo de sire te locate on the Pacific Coast, frees what quarter soever they ■aay hail. But, behind our city, ilea tbe richest mineral country on earth. Baron Humboldt's predic tion that, is Arizona aud New Mexico, would be fouud the real treasure belt of the Amelican con tlnent. la already in process of ful fillment. An unusually large pro portion of those who make a eirikt la that region will desire to sur round themselves with tbe figs, olives, orangee aud limes, of this favored spot. The attraction- Which bave drawn tbe wealth ann enterprise of Colorado to Denver are simply as nothing to those which call tbe euccessful prospector aud anlner to tbe orange grove oily. While we have had duil times, we have borne tbem with lessor mlseiy, aud more of instant reauparallou, ou tho advent of tbe prosperous era, tban any otber place on ths Paoiflo Coast. They have seemed to be mors a touic tban anything else. The coming Summer will see brisk times lo the Orange Grove City, but the Fan Md Winter will witness a volume of settlement utterly without pre cedent in our previous history. A ... Positively, notwithstanding oar partiality fur Jim Blame of Maine, we are begiuning to warm up to Roscoe Coukling since he Is the under dog In the fight. Many geu •raue and Impulsive men were ■Bade Democrats originally be oaase the Kepubllesu party bad saeb an unquestioned ascendancy, and axerelssd it so brutally. When It la essaysd lo kill Coukling by the exercise of tbo Federal patron age ih. sympathies of tbe masses «Ula*araused. Every one famll -tac wltb Amtrlcau politics reoal a aba esCsrts ef President Buchanan ■M Masai eat Bsuator Douglas, Tbe IfeeeMteja hast at bis o .mmaod tbe aatttasaage af ike nation. I stettfi Stephen A. Douglas stronger than ever. It Is trus tbat Douglas ulti mately failed ia bis Presidential aspirations, on account of two tick ets being in the field; but, in a memorsble canvass against Abra ham Lincoln, bs wss elected United States Senator from Illinois against tha Presidential prouuncla mlento. Should the New York Legislature now in session fail to re elect Conkliog and Piatt, or sue oessors to those gentlemen, and tbe issue ebould thus be thrown over to tba people, tbe parallel would be carried out, Oonkliur, like Doug las, would go before tho masses, aud bis ringing and resonant speeches could uot fail of tbeir ef feet. But, thus far, we bave only given the initial stages of the paral lel. Douglas, it is true, went back to the United States Senate, scut there triumphantly by his constit uents, but the Democratic party was too badly disrupted, as a result of the controversy, to retain its bold on power. Two Democratic tickets were put into the Held. Ibis will toe the case with tbe R- publloan party in 1881, whether Conkllng and Piatt he sleeted or defeated. The Stags has at last been reached, in Ibis corrupt and domineering or ganization, in which the members bate each otber worse thau they dv tbe common euemy. When a party, uo matter huw powerful, reaches this stage of political evo iutlou, tbo begiuniug of the cud Is at baud. "A house divided against itself uannot etuud," as Mr. Lin coln repeated to Mr. Douglas in tbeir memorable campaign in tbe third year of Mr. Buohauau'l ad ministration. If Mr. Van Bureu's distaste to Geu. Case iv 1848 was so great as to lead him to take tbo uoiniuation of the Bufltlo t'.inven tion, with the express objjet of beating the great Miobignuder aud his follow Democrat, by detaching Irom him tha vote of tbe great State of New York, we may he as sured that Coukling Is vow wrought up to ut least au rrjual in tensity of feeling. As the case stands, whether the Administra tion or C inkling be successful, the outlook fur the Republican party, iv the Immediate future, ia a must j gloomy one. Conkling is an Inventor of Ep-... Whether Senator Conkllng shall prove himself able to withstand tbe wrath of tho administration, rising, like a Mir.Ueau, above ca balling enemies, with the power, in his masteily oratory, of win ning victory irom defeat, we do not know. He has undoubtedly ths opportunity, from the nettle d.nger, of plucking the flower Sifely. Waiving this aspect of the question, so fateful lv the "stalwarts," the couutry owes a d-btof gratitude to Coukling iv several miuor respecis. There are a fearful lut of humbugs in the United Slates, and the Apollo-like New York Senator has particular ised quite a number of them. Men of all parties have a thorough con tempt for haif-hearted partizans. A man should bo oue thing or an other. He should he either fish, flesh or fowl, er good red herring. The masses are tired ofthe "good Lord, good DdVil," the "potato, prism] and prunes" dispensation, which has been ac -0 irded to us from Ohio, We have supped to surfeit ou Turveydrops a id Tartulles.ou hollow aud insipid < piblic functionaries and persever ing and brazon hypocrites. Demo orats bave made many wry faces at the antics of thla hermaphro dile breed, aud many Republicans bave had precisely the same feel 1 ig of loathing. No Republican statesman baa been so unreserved iv his expressions of coulempt of this element as Conkliug. Hie Vocabulary has abounded in such expressions us "half-breed-," "feather-heads," "mau-milliuers," etc, etc, aud tile language of pj litical controversy Is really hugely enriched by these frcqtieut phrases C mkling Is us happy iv his im promptu epithets as Wus old Dr. B.uiuel Johnson, iv bl. famous Dictionary. Johnson, who described "patriotism as tbe last refuge of a ecouudiel," aud a Singer or au exciseman as a sneak ing villain, was uot more felicitous tban was Conkliug iv dubbiug George William Curtis as a "man milliner" statesman. Cuukling's staudlug, regular aud consistent eoulempt for tbe "Snivel Hervic " Brigade also redeems him lv the eyes of tlie Judicious. On tbe whole, wlille Coukling is uot ab solutely a man without guile, be ia improving. He is allowing bim* self worthy of cooperation with B aine and bis Mau Friday lv ibe noble aorkof restoring the Demo cratic party tv power. The people of tno United States, led by the organs of tbe money power, decline to take cordially to our national eilver currency. Tbe taskmasters of tbe people ure de termined to force au issue wbicb, we firmly believe, will ultimately be disastrous to tbem. These Im perious financiers will receive a greasy greeuback, wbicb Intrinsi cally is wnrtb notbing, and wbicb bas only tbe stamp of tbe govern ment uf tba United States for Us validity, at Us par value. Tbe standard silver dollar, wbicb Is ad mittedly worth at least eighty-five osnts Intrinsically, and wblob Uwata tba sate stamp aud guarao tee or the Unite I States, tbey will not suffer to go into geyjeral circu lation. All the while, convulsions might cocur in this country, in fact, may occur at any moment, which would force the greenback back to Un old value—a valuation whioh will recur lo the mem ory of nil who were obser vant of events i:i 1884—while these convulsions would leave the standard silver dollar worth, In any inirkrt of the world, at least eighty-five ceuts. Such Is the subserviency of our money cen ters to the dlotation of Lombard street, in London. We risk little in predicting that there will soon be a more patriotic and national initiative in the United States. Not forever will the bondbolding class be able (o muddy the finan cial woters. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. 'Sp'-eiai io the UEu.u.n by tue Westers ITnton Telejraph CompanT.! PACIFIC COAST. NTOCK KKPOKT JAN PHAIVOIBOO STOCK AND EX OUANnIS UOA.MD. UOKNINO SESSION. -un Krancisco, May 31 Oil Ophlr. 9, tyi, W. 1670 S Vevarti. 19 IBJ4 •0> *es«-a. . ISM 19 h5, 18 3 1,19, ITI i a * r. SU s% It*. SK bS.stt.tk, KOI' ..121.,12!*, 5* 12*, T96 H x a, nu. 1741 Bullion, |1. Ms I4H. H% » 30. 400 BSene.ni..,.l 45, life 1 130, 1.55 I i J IMS a, , 1 45, 1.60 QSOUVeiinau, 1 60, tili Savage, 4 30, (.ft, 1.4) 4JO 870 U '"'.IIU, Ittt. 1 50 i* •' IT., 2762 8u 15»A, >5.1,U SAi •.-/. 2.85 2 75 b 6, 15%. .0. IV, 435 i i i «Oi lnOOeciileu a> 176 920 Potosl. 36>, 3. 0 HUM Andes, 2.60. 266 7.0 H « s, 4 70. ..75 1756H.....1 2.5, 3 0 Pout, 2.H1. 144 2 40 2.45. 2. ,11, 1.60 J I'.Mei, 4 75 4 80, II ,16, 2 8n 4.70 2MWa.d,iK 1(10 Keoiuek.2tj 2;«u late, z.15, 2.19 75 Alpha, 4 2.10 2 19 i.Jj i- ' uu, 2 85,2.80 150 Sic rs. I 50 2 75 ia, .North hi Utah, US Coundence, feOj.9s, II 4 wcui :.».»'* O'-FN BOARD-4 30 P. M. Gnnlda I'niry,sues Union, i ,v. b, ia, n; Jaoket,4 60 b. 4So n; Exchequer. 1.60 s; uaninrn,-, I 7.i b, i 76 ~; alol . ,359 a; Alia, 3.46 b, 3.50 11; Belcher, 2.70 a; Con Vlr.iaik.B.4o 0.3 43a; beat A beicner. |4Jt a; Mellon v, ,:< u,\,V, a; Choilsr, 805 s; U liiou 9V b.S a; Poiosi, g.ro a; tsierra Neval 20>J«; Cou Va. I4ib, 8 60a; pu t05i,».65i.; U' an. I3H b; crown Polio, 12 40 b; su.es,24, bl .late % N,»rcioss,4?-4 b; Savage, i\ b, 4 3u a; upbir, 9s. Passengers South and East. Fresno, Cal , May 31.—The foi. lowing is the list of p&seeugeis lor Ihe South and East on the train which passed tbis place at .5 p. M.: J O Whitney, W Hsluey, M M Fans, H Haskell, W H Johnson, San Prauclsnu; M D Langi-v, Arizona; U F Baitiett, Jr, J W OUamberlalu and wife, 80-Ion; Miss Anlujett, J S Cbupiuau, J Bernard, Mi-s r'uilipsou, Los Augeles; G Stuue man,flen Gabriel; Mre J O Graves, Sanla Ro-a; VV H Davis,H X Hall, J Coweii, A C Basset t, Oiklaiid, it Wilkins, Hacrameiiio; R Parco, Mrs Tregouing, Sau Jo-S; Mrs Barnes and daughter, Cjioo. A Sir.ar. Miury, San Francisco, May 31 it.—May 24.h a euici l» was fouud on a va cant lot iv the southern part uf the city, shut through the head. At tbe inquest to-day it transpired that he had left letters eigne 1 W. H. Ward, saying that be bad re cently killed F. B. Bates, of Salt Lake, and sent bis trunk to Miss Lizzie Smyser.Salt Lake, tv whom Bates was afßauoed. It was also developed by letteis, telegrams and photographs from Salt Lake that the suicide was Bates himself, hie story us to bis betrothal true, bui no adequate reason is assignable fur his suiuido aud the strange post mortem hoax. J.uill G-nible JXeslvue. Ban Francisco, May Slit.—Jus. Gamble baa tendered his resigna tion us Geueral Superintendent of ■ he pucitlu Divlsiou uf the Western Union Telegraph Company, to take ilkc: June 10.h. Mnu.iwur loi.Hitu 4?.•■ we ak in. San Francisco, May 31 —Wm Fisher, win,ee- disappear* uut- Created a sensation some time ago, turns up io-day all right aud says be has beeu with trieud. iv the couutry. EASTERN. mo alios 4t'ie M .,.. M — ,iA„u.rii Dal- UMTS tr..uri..g I||.„ .n. I r.a.Urj. Washington, May 31st — The oliOUletlou «l standard enver dol - lars lius practically stopped. Dor ing lbs fall and early winter tbeie was quite a demand tor tbem for tbe puri'oee ol moving tbe Crops that demand stopped wbeu the crop tuovemeut was over, Siuoe tlie first of January tin rj bas been uo call for sliver. All dollars c.until since remain iv tbe treas ury. Moreover, tlie silver lv oircu lation has foun I its way hack to ,he Vauits, lhe amount outstand ing bas nteadily deorea-01. Coin age at tlie rate uf a little over two million dollars a mouth goes stead liy ou. St < Derisive :s >vi • la tun ,\,n Vasb asaetubir, Albany, May 31.—ASSEMBLY NO candidate leceived a inaj rity aud the Hou-e tueu proceed d to vote lo fill the vacancy of Plait. |l he vote stood, D-pew H Kernan 47, Piatt 21, FoigerG, Lapbam 6 Cornell It, Crowley 8, E.'arts 6, M uton 2, Milter 3, eranoi- 1, Puiu eroy 1, Wadnwortli 2, Treruaiue 2, Rogers 1, The Chair announced that, tbe House having failed to give a majority for either Oandl date, the vot.o will be entered ou tbe journal <<f tbe House aud legis lative business proceed. M-u » aud aiseae. New Yokk, May 31 — S'lvr bars, 112}; money easy, 2}(§3J; Governments quiet; stocks «i,aM»i fainy eteady; Western Union, 127}; quicksilver, 18ii Pacific, 62}; Ala. i noes, 4J; Weiis, Fargo, 126; NY Leutrai, 14 <J; Erie, 45J; Pauama, offered, 276; Union P.oiflo, 124}; bonds, U7 r ; 0. P.. 96; bouds offer**! •t 117 i; fcutro, 12}; Hllver Nugget, 80; Mineral Creek, 180. Flower Gardens for Children. Children love flowers quite as much as oltier people, aud if tbey are permitted to bave a small gar deu all tbeir own, in wbicb tbey cau plant, and dig, and weed, aud hoe, and Use tbe tiny little imple ments tbat are made so cheaply for tbe flower garden, they will not only take tbe greatest delight iv its possession, and iv tbe buds and flowers, but will also gain a large amount of bealth and muscular de velopment Tneir luve of He beautiiul will aiso be largely culti vated, aud tbey cau be taught to srlve tbeir flowers to tbe sick and the poor children, aud learn tbat to give pleasure to others is tlie surest *ay ot receiving it themselves. But of all the lessons to be taugbt to children by working iv a garden tbe most valuable Is the art of ob. servation. So minute, so varied, ami so delicate, ami yet so unerr ing, are tlie operations of Nature that, although tile closest study may fail to divulge her secrets, the rewards of such study ure so rich and so surprising that tbey are stimulated to fresh researches Lst tlie child plau'. morning-glories to run over a beanpole, four o'clooks, wbicb bloom so brightly every veenitig, uilgnuaettt) aud sweet aiyssum and forget-me not , to make tiny, sweet bouquets. Theu give a monthly rosebush, a geran ium, feverfew, and some Veibtn*s and pansL s, and there will be uu amount of flowers which will glad den the hearts ol a uchoolfjl of children. If tbe kind mother will attend to it aud have tlie beds laid nut, aud teach ber darlings bow to plant the Seeds auil plants, She will give tbem au uccupsttou tbat tbey will not weary of while life lusts,— Ladies Floral Cabinet. Odor of Human Hair. In Le Progress Medicaid M. Gal lippe calls atteniiou t > tbe medico legal value of tbs odor of human hair. Ue asseits that from the simple inijil oi v look of hair lie cau tell whether the lock lias beeu cut from ibe living sulject, or whether it liu9 beeu totuposeit of hair lhat bas falleu out. Uair diessers bave iv some cases so ac quired this art that it is said never to tail tbem. Hair which has fall eu out bas a dull appuarauce, at tributable to disease, aud is not easily made up; It has no p.culiar smell. The balr of the Chiueau has a chari.o eristic odor of musk, which ie so per.iiteDt tbat it c ui not be OouCValed by cosmetics, for it cannot be destroyed even by washing will) potanli; tbtlr hair has also a red dsn tinge, aud is polyhedral In section. The hair of hysterical patisDH has a peculiar ai d distinguishing odor, which is most perceptible at * tie approsch nf a crisis Certain hair is electrical, tbe electricity being developed more readily after rubbing. In Ibe Hungailan village of Oy- Olnn a young girl has b-en mu teuced .i"»eu years'imprison ment lor an. .der committed un der peculiar l ! redmstaueea, She hail been ahantloutd by her lover, who had taken a fancy to alios her girl and married her. On ttie wed ding uight tbe forsaken maid ef fected an entrance into the room occupied hy tbe newly married couple, wlitre a brisk lire wa. burn* iug iv a stove, and crammed the stovepipe full of rags. This caii-ed tlie coal gas to fill the room, suffo cating the bride and bridegroom. "1 take for a text," said a St. Louis colored pastor, "tho words: 'It is more blessed to give than to receive.' Tbere are many who come to church who would do well to remember these words. They are of tbat kind whooome here aud drink and eat of the good things, but who are never here at tbe time tbe box is passed around " A tall brother stood up and said: "You're a liar, sir—a lar— liar—liar." There was a great commotion, ending in tbe ejection of tbe disturber. The Philadelphia Weekly Mag*, zina for Haturday, Match 3. 1793, lias the following remarkabledeath notice: "At New London ((Jonneo tlcui), Mr. John Weeks, aged 114. When 10S be married his tenth wife, who waa only 16. His gray balrs had fallen off, and were re newed by a dark head of balr. A new set of teeth had made tbeir appearance, and he ate tbree pounds of pork, two or three pounds of bread, and drank nearly a pint of wine a few hours before his death." "I assure you, gentlemen," said Ihe convict upon entering the pris on, "lhat the place bas sought me, and Dot I the plane. My own af fairs really demanded all my time and attention, and I may truly say that my selection to fill th|s posi tion was an eutire surprise. Had I consulted my own interests f should have pererap'nrl y declined to serve; but, as I am in tbe hands of my friends, I see no oilier cnurs* than to submit." Aud be submit ted. NEW TO-DAY. Wauted. An exp-rlenr-el Q'URTZ MINER. Apply to S. H. KNaPP, Cosmopolitan Hotel. H LOST. Put wet i. tbe Cosmopolitan Hotel end Raker Bhs-k. n xinali LE iTBKH SATCHEL, containing a sum .f ny ney and a nurnb-ror so. a. Tbe finder wm be rewarded by leaving the same at the drugstoreof Heinssman dt EIH-. It A GREAT BARGAIN. FIVE ACRKS O" IjAND on Washing ton street, west of Flgusroa street, for salt) very en* .p. (nqui c by letter un •lerCjpboi H . Heratd office Jeltf REMOVED. MADAME LEf'ROQ has removed hfr <>re-Mii>akingaud But nek Pattern Bl taol shinem tv N < 13t» MAIN Sr., ut>xt tv Mr <onald B oik. Jel lm SPRINTERS TO THE FRONT! I now ehallengo any man on the Paci fic i-oa-t. ■<> run me me dl-tance oi from 10 • yards lo r.OOyaids for ibe HUM OW SIOOO TO BHBOO I will run In Los Angeles or any ntbei place n .mod and will pay traveling ex psn.es. sto ■ to tul. piaoe, or wiil asi tue..m. suould the race bs accepted aud another plaos oboasn I wm al.ochailea sndrss Yb.rr. to run me any dl.Uuoa tbat bs will name, a>y amd ol a .'art, pl.tol or seorln. -u,.-t (or SStal or upward.. .NO more talk Play or quit talking. I mean b.s. I wid now depo.lt tiao at ihe Plan auus., at Lo. Angeles, as a forfeit for .named coal!sage, It Years, sto., J. W. DAY. WANTS- LOST—FOUND. Wanted for Fuel. STRAW OU nAMAfIKDHAY. Apply at LAN X ERS BIM & CJ'S MILL. IBM Iw BliicltMiiiitli Wanted. Apply at LANKEIi'-HIM & COS mill raH-iw ESTRAYS. Found, by the undersigned: One bay mare, branded S; one brown horse, aud ouecolt, which i bo owner can recover on proving property and paying charges. my2s-iw WM. HEATH, El Monte. Watch Lost. Ou Friday oveuing, May 20th, a small silver watch, on Spring street, between Lewis's Half-Price booL and shoe store and Bath street A liberal reward will be psld on leaving the same at the Cou nty Hecordor'o ofllce. tn22 f 810 REWARD. Lost or strayed, oa Tuesday. May ad, from the Vlraaues Ranch, A BAY MARE, branded (in on the loft hip. Teu Dollats reward will be psld for the return of the mare to Nurdholt's store, corner ol first und Loa Angeles streets, niyg-lm POUND! A place wlito a duo cud of OfI'MSH or P H' Of TEA, with NICE LUNCH, cau be hud, A T SMITH'S, No. 3 TEMPLE HT. m!9-tf FOR SALE—FOR RENT. 'X'O JL.lfl'l\ NEWLY FURNISKEDSunnyRooms, at N". a F R->l' j-TKEEr, only a few steps from tue Posiotfjce. m2L-lm FOR SALE. Au interest in a well established, pay. lug M\\UFAOrUHIMO BUSINESS; mini Jl'mo to «6uoo oarlt.i required Also, A UWELLINu Hi'U-E, centrally 10. catod. Address R, Herald out ie. mls-im FOR SALE. SEVER VL NEAT NEW CO rTAGEt, throe uud lour rooms; Hue looatlun; spleudid investment. C. WHITE, niyCSm Room 49 Temple Block. land for sale SOO ACRES ofthe best fruit or agrl cultuial iaud at fciQ per acre, north of the Uuuier R inch, ou the river, with rlgit oi wuter luqutm oi T. H. ROWAN, 74 Itoif nt-y Bock, or of the owner, W, C. B. illJllAUlMu.N, v ■ i i lie premises. n\ii\ Ini dctw " FURNISHEO ROOMST Pleasantly loca'od and neatly furnished, TO-LET, .SIMULG OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one block from iv«-tit), tlce. dSltf BOARD AINI> ROOM. AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHEDSUN ny iront room, hot anu cold water, I »iitbern exp>sure, in a private family, in tue most d si r itil c part o' the city. Apply to Mrs E C ttT vRIN, flrithouse on north sl-le*of orange street, Just off Hoarl aud Sixth street. mS-lm FOR SALE. ~ A WELL-IMPR IVED FARM OF 80 ACRKS; iwo ariesian wells; orchard and vinevar lof itO acres. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, Counly Clerk's office mSS-lW Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. sajrSPACfOOS P AKL'IHS, Fine Suites, and Large single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all moderu couvenlences. •srTHK TAB UE supplied with tbe best th<> market affords. fe22tr Mas. M. H. KIMBALL.Prop. Christy & Wise. AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for thu sale of Wool. Hides, Tallow. Grain, Live Stock, etc. Also, Wool Bags, Twine, Dips and all Raooh Supplies furnlshod customers at lowest rates. 807 FRONT ST., between Jackson and Pacific. SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES OFFICE. fel-lm 1 ARCADIA BLOOK. COOK'S TOURS! Established 1841. Tickets and fares for tbousanda of Tours for Independent Traveler to ALL PARTS of the WORLD. Specal arrangements-for EXCURSION PARTIES to hiuiop«, h.gv.a and Pales tine, send for circular, add-ess.THuS. Uie X* HON,MI Broadway, NY. Ca. UARAriOMI, Manager. P. 0.U0X41U7 mS 2t. HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, hiving been with Mr. and Mrs. U A. WllUtns, will cun tinue business attheir old place. Mrs sin I h is prep ired to do ail kinds of hair wmk in the best and latent si vies. He member the plaoe, No. *h frPKINGSr. m 28-1 in For Sale Cheap One Corner Lot, lv tho Loi Aneeles Cn.v Homestead Tract noar Wajtbinftion atieet, io< x 17 feel, i>lce#i2s. Aiso, t ne good -iui Mcd lot In East Los \uteitv, i'loih «-r bulldin; Association I'ract. four inlnutet' wale irjat street car, ost uO feet; piiceiiO. Apfiy a the otfloe of the German Vewspap?r, Miln street, LttufrHnco Hloik, up htairs. my2B PUILIP & BALDWIN, FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AOENUY REAL EST AT X AND STOCK BnOKEBH, NO. Br MAIN STREET. Half THE LANE & 309EY GO. John and Water Sta. OINCI.VNATI, SOLE MANDKAOTUKEU3 Of BRUCKNER'S PATENT Revolving Furnace, FOR Cbiorodizing, Desulphurizing and Boast ng Ores. Also manufacturers of Bteam Kngiucs, Saw Mills, Shafting, Gearing, Kill and HinlCß Machinery. *t% ri! <%Asfl *>niar», P-rm.ii«i««l«aM. 11l a IDIIII ,ok.l mii^um,. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WASHINGTON GARDENS. Mr. P. LOIMEAU Ims nindo arrange ments with Mr. n. V. Waldrou winch enable him to announce that, every Kua day, benltmlug with Sunday, April I7ih, be will give Slelgnt*uf-Hana perform ances at this popular resort. In addition i hern will be foot-races, a shooting val ery and otber ways of amusing the pub* lc. Anew program nic every c und ay. Professor Kalrabach, Musical Director. Admission—Grown persons, 35c.; chil dren, luc. Bad cbarsolers excluded. ap7.lm The Loh Angelfs Tee Company having reduced tlie price of ice to One Cent per Pound Permanently, are ready to serve all fam ilies with v\ r e pounds for Aye cents it day during the summer-. Jce for sale at PBBUdti * PIRONIM, No. SiAptins *t., where orders will be received iuy27il Grand Charity Ball. To all Benevolent, Social ana Fraternal Sjoietlea, Firemen and Military Com panies: Tbe Ladles' Benevolent Society ot Los Angeles extend to you a publlo lnvlta- Uod, and oordlally Invite you to attend tbeir GRAND OH AKHT BALL to be given al Knrtlr-ultural p.vil-n on tbe evening <.t roURPH OF JULY next. By order of tue S iclet v MR*, c. DUCOMWUN, I'resldeut, Mas. W. D. OouLn. Secretary. Loa Angeles, Ma> 2 , legl. inju-lrn A FINK ASSOR PMKNr OF FRENCH AND JJOMKSTIC G A. IS T> I S3 S ! JUST RECEIVED AT THE ♦Capitol Bakery SPUING ST., near the Postofflce, Which I offer to niv customers and tho publlo st reasonablo prices. Call and examine my stock. r0241w H. .SCHUMACHER. FOR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER THE Los Angeles Infirmary AND GROUNDd FOR SALE. The grounds are highly Improved and contain a large number of bearing or ange, lemon and deciduous fruit trees, eat For terms apply on the premises. Jafuf OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant. No. lit; Main St., Catdon i Block. The table will be furnished with tl o best thai can be procured lv the markc.. Regular meals, 25 cts. vr ICE-CREAM SALOON connected With the restaurant. mj4-lm CHAS. WENZEL. Prop'r. THE HERALD STEAM PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORKnotequaledin South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se • cure promptness and moder ate prices. Give this office a call and secure work at San Francisco Prices and of a Sai Francisco finish and style. MAYFIELD Water Elevator anil Purifier. faffs, I'linij) uud li*«riJior Combined.) PATENTED SEPTEMBER 26,18V1. IHE MAYFIELD WATER EL EVA'JOR, will make tbe Fouleet Well or Cißtern SWEET, PURL AND WHOLESOME, in ten days or lees time. It elevates water easier than any other devise. It never freezes. It never cerrodee. It has do wooden tubes to taint the water. It fills tbe bucket at the bottom of the wsl or cistern. It agitates tbe water by pass, ingsix gallons of air through it per minute. It i s luces Wiglers, Water I .ue and Watei But ■to their proper elements. It wil says i a price once every year in dispensing with tao use of nauseous drags taken inu the system to remove the effeot of impun water,by rendering tho water pnro, swoe and wholesome A child eight years old con, with ease, draw watdr sufficient for the use of a lorgt smily out of a fifty-foot well. For farther information, address BROWNING, POPE & CO. Indianapolis, Ind Santa Monica Pavilion, EOKERT dfc BRIGHT, Proprietors. This favorite Summer Resort will be issued NEK r SUN HAY. Best branusor wines, liquors, ales, beer and clears always un baud. llot and sold lunohes. shooting gallery, bowling alley and otber amusement, attached to tne Pavilion. Visitors should not tail te give tksm a oall. aplM NKW A nVRRI'IWKM KNTB. LATEST! The City of Paris Are nor. - exhibiting the following 20 pieces Plain-Colored Heavy Dress Silks, In all the new shades; at 75c. per Yard. 25 pieces Black all-wool Cashmere, at 45c. per Yard. 50 pieces Colored all-wool Cashmere, at 50c. per Yard. 50 pieces Colored all-wool Bunting, at 30c. per Yard. 250 Shetland Shawls, at 75c. each. 150 Ladies' Cloth Ulsters, at $2.50 each. EUGENE MEYER & CO. 17*19 sj?r<_i3sra- sr. myll-2m ■ J A FEWWORDStoGENTLEMEN. WE ARE TAKING MORE ORDERS for Devlin's Celebrated Cjstom- Made Suits that) ever before. His prices miv ': »!• reduced. No better fitting garments are in b« obtained. Come and see our samples HeleOt tile kind you want, and we will guarantee satisfaction iv every respect, or no ealo. Our Reduction Sale in Gent's Furnishing Goods still goes, and you will li ml it to your ad vantage to buy your shir's aud underwear au 1 otber goods at tbe low prices at which they are now being sold. Wo bay*> certainly reduced prices ou larger lines of goods. The "Coulter Shirt" is giving perfect satis faction, and ie undoubtedly without a rival on the Const. Men are paying high prioes for shirts made to order tbat are no better in auy respect than those we are selling at very low prices. The "Coulter Shirts" are manufactured expressly to my order. Call and see them. B. F. COULTER. THE SPRING IMPORTATIONS '■ or THE Progress Clothing Store No. 120 Main St., Cardona Block, Are now complete, and comprise a full line of Men's, Youths' and Boy's CLiOTHING OF THE NOBBIEST STYLES, which will be sold at prices never before equaled in Los Angeles. Linen and Mohair Ulsters, Dusters and Half-Dusters. 1-iinen and Alpaca Goats. Great Bargains in Stylish Furnishing Goods of Every Description. Bo?" lIN HATS you will be convinced that r bave the largest and must stylish ahsoittneut, which I offer at art inlshlngly low prioes, tw-NECKWEAB of nil the Latest Colors.-W BSTFtiI! lino of BootM nnd Shoe* for Men and Boya."Q( HP runic*, Valises, etc. m * 7 H. SUSBKIND. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY. OHEESEBROUQH & DREYER. PROPRIETORS. MANUFACTURERS OF FINK CIGARS, MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY, AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES ft SNUFF At No. 39 Spring 81., oppo.lt. Oourt Houw. «>