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I THURSDAY JUNE 2.1881.
Herald Steam Printing House. The facilities ef the Hcbald Steam printing Hons* ror doing Job work are not surpassed in California outside of San , francisoo and Sacramento. All work en trusted to us will be executed wltb neat ness and dlspaUb at tb* lowest living rates. BsTBCIAL HOTIOK. Hereafter notice* of companies, (Ode ttes, ehurebes, etc, will only be inserted In tbe Hkbald a* paid advertisements, W* reserve, lor Places of Worship, a grat is directory ...which will appear every Monday morning. The Lasses at the Deadlock. For years It bas beeu tbe stupid fashion to apply tbe epithet "Bour bon" to the Democratlo party. Temporarily engulphed by the tre mendous cataclysm of tbe Doug las-Breckinridge division In tbe party, overtaken by a phenomenal and memorable war, wbich tbe great body of the leaders, and tbe meases of tbe party, had sought to postpone or evade; out ot power, with no voice In the councils of tbe nation, tbe Democratic party bas always been inspired by the nil dtrptrandum spirit. It has hoped agalnat bope; and, wltb tbe capi tal of tbe country arrayed against it, and multiplied a hundred fold alnoe IS6O, it hae come to the "soratob," time and again, witb a pluck, persist ency and aplomb which should ex tort the admiration of any one wbo ia not a fool. A minority party, it has had a bard row to hoe. For twenty years tbe Democratic party haa not smelled the flesh-pots of offloe. In sober verily, It hsa not oared a baubee for them. Imbued with a fine republican and propa gandist impulse, it has been con tent to wait. While the least en thusiastlo Democrat woulJ have welcomed a national dispensation whleb would have given the party abont one buudred and four thous and Federal offices, the party bas not been, at any stags of Its histo ry, in tbe least dispirited uy that fatnlty of tbe American people which has, again and again, en trusted with power Republican barnacles who were already many folds encrusted with plunder. The Democratic leaders and masses have smiled stoically and waited. Secure in the consciousness tbat the Dsmooratio party bad made the oountry all that it is, they have known. In tbeir souls, that their parly would be summoued, at tbe Mgbt moment, to complete its uni form and patriotic work. But, while the Democratic party has not rioted in the vulgar delights of offloe, it has really shapes' the polloy of tbe government of the United States. During tbo war it gave to the Union armies most cf tho men of muscle, resolution and esrsewwbo made success against i tho dauntless resolve of the South possible. Tbe Democratic parly, whioh gave to tbe Union tlie Northwestern territories, and for ever excluded slavery from lhat magical section; which gave the oountry Florida, Louisiana, and an Immense belt of country fruitful in eager and cotton; tho Democratic party, whioh gave to the Union California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, while it has been ex cluded from office, of late years, bas really shaped the destiny of the United States—has, In fact, coerced It. Tbe Republican party desired to ride roughshod over the South ern States. If Stanton had been allowed to bave his brutal and violent way, the excesses in La Vender, which excited tbe dis gust of Hoche, who subjugated thai loyalist section of Frauce, would have paled in view of the atroci ties wbieh would have been prac ticed oa a valiant and heroic por tion of tbe American people. The extreme Republican programme oalled for harrying the Southern people with more than Ihe ferocity with wbloh Dundee, under James, harried tbe Covenanters; witb more tban tbe atrocity with whioh tho followers of Dundee were in tarn harried under William or Or ange, with tbe massacre of Glencoe U tha salient episods of the latter era of brutality. The Democratio party, during and after the war, has always been able to say to North ern fanatics, entrenohed In national power, "Thus far sbalt thou go and ■o further." It was a noble office. No party bas ever, hitherto, been able to acquit Itself of such a sig nal aervics to its couutry and to mankind. Naturally, fur yean, tbe Demo •ratio party, being, under our com plex electoral eyatem, In a dis abling minority, bas not figured S to tho full advantage wbicb at tonda a triumphant majority party. But it hae uniformly done its per fect and patriotic work consum mately well. The late special se< ■loa of tbe United States Senate . ban demonstrated the fact that tbe Doaaoorollo leaders have regained , tbeir eld and Inimitable mastery of tbo popular Impulses. While tbo Republican leaders bave made fools of themselves right and left; while they bave been oompellsd to relinquish, in Ignominious fashion, l- their original programme, wbleh sought to elevate a Gorham and Riddleberger at tbe dictation of Mabone; while, to-day, the chiefs of the Republican party are fight ing amongst themselves, like a lot of mangy ours over a bone, the Democratio party pursues its gen erous, patriotic and majestlo course. The Republican leaders raised tbe issue In tbe deadlock. They have been beaten with more than tbe significance of a Waterloo. Gor ham is dead. Riddleberger is dead. Mahone is dead, and be would not now even be accorded decent sepul ture lv bis own State of Virginia But the Democratic party keeps on in tbe even tenor of its way, certain of pessessing every department of tbe national government shortly, with the consciousness of having won the splendid trust lv tbe line of principle and honor, and but tressed, besides, by tbe knowledge that the country is really aweary ef Republican rule, and anxious to repese in tbe security of bouest Democratio administration. This is tbe feeling in California, botb in State and National matters, aud it undoubtedly pulsates all over the United States. Thk controversy in the Repub lican party has led to a close exam ination of those sections of the Con stitution of the United States which relate to the appointing power. That venerable instrument pro vides that tbe President shall, by and with tbe advice aud conssnt of the Senate, appoint to tbe several efflees whose appointment is not otherwise provided for by law. While this advice and consent of tbe Senate would appear to relate to the action of that body In a col lective capacity, Conkllngand Piatt interpret it in a different sense. Tbe truth is that there has been a tendenoy, of late years, to unduly hamper the Executive. Tbe Re publican party, when Andrew Johnson started out in good faith to carry out the programme which Abraham Lincoln had devised, originated the tenure of effice act and other measures intended to tie the hands of a born Demo crat wbe bad been made President by the madness of John Wilkes Booth. It is small wonder tbat Qarfleld is restive under the system of imperious Scnc torial dictation which has followed. Waiving tho question of his per sonal obligations to the "stal warts" in the election ot last fall, tbere oau bo uo question but that he has chosen his battle ground with great tkill aud sagacity. Though tho controversy may re sult in splitting the Republican party asunder, it may also have the good (ffeot of emancipating the Presidential cilice from very onerous shackles abhorrent to tbe spirit of the Constitution. There is an inherent strength in (Jar field's attitude which even dwarfs the question of veracity between him and Conkliug aud Piatt, as to wbich we believe the New York Senators told the truth. Tbe peo ple of tbe United States should have an untrammeled executive, by all means. Better abolish the Presidency than make the President tbe puppet of In dividual Senators. When it Oomes to the wise and collec tive attitude of tbe Senate as a body, tbe case rests on an entirely different ground. In tbe exercise of its constitutional prerogative, it is tbe duty of the Senate of tbe United States, irrespective of party, individual preferences or Presiden tial blandishments, to Interpose an Inflexible veto to the efforts of a bad executive to force unworthy men into public office. From a logical point of view Conkllng has shown bad Judgmeut iv tbe Initial skirmish. What reserve of force he may have, how far his maguetic eloquence and daring may be capa ble of redeeming his desperata per sonal fortunes, remains to be seen. Nothing ls Impossible to genius and courage amongst suob a mer curial psople as those of the United States. There are few meu whose his tory has been more remarkable tban that of the late Col, Thomas A. Scott. Beginning life as a cierk on tbe Pennsylvania canal, officiating afterwards aa Superin tendent of tbe Western Division of tbe Pennsylvania Railroad, bis One executive abilities ulti mately advanced him to the first posts of bouor and trust in that powerful corporation. He was a man of inimitably winning man ners as well as powerful and organ izing intellect, and there can be no doubt but that his courteous ways and genuine kindliness had aa much to do as anything else in making him the prominent figure, in financial circles, that he was for over twenty-five years. In 1872 no maa's name was so much In the mouths or tbe people as Scott's. Already at tbe head ef the most colossal systsm ef railways ever known on the American con tinent, be bad tben acquired control of the present Texas Pacific scheme of roads, and an nounced his purpose te complete tbat enterprise to tbe shores of tbe Pacific in tbree or, al the most, ! nine years. Tben came the panic of 1*73. Colonel Beott informed the writer thai be bad already se emed the money needed te com plete tbla road io London, when the hamer selssd bint of takiag a ram ble In the Alps. Tbe very day af ter hit return the final artlclss were to barn been elgnsd; but, ta tbat brief interval, news came tbat Jay Cooke & Co. bail failed, and the negotiations were oIT. That disas ter aged and almost impoverished Scott. He lost fully three million dollais within a few months. He met (he issue like a man, selling bis horses and carriages and mov ing Into v modest house. Just as he bad reconstructed his personal fortunes, receiving from Jay Gould four million dollars for his Texas Pacific Railway interests, he died. Mo really never recovered from the deadly shock of the panic of IS7S. IT is good to have had a live English Duke iv our midst and to bavo found him every inch a win ning and unpretending goutlemnn. It is even nicer to liud him dis posed to praise Los Augeles, her scenery, productions, climate and watering place, In good, round set terms. Aud that is precisely what the Duke of Sutherland did to sev eral Lo< Augeles gentleniL i yes terday. While he can't very well ■ettlodown auiougst us, he would evidently like to, and lie made no bones in saying that the Les An gelti valley discounted Italy. It ia pleasant to know that an American horse has won the Derby. The Lorillards have strug gled bravely, for years, lo achieve this notable triumph, and every Americau will take a huge satisfac tion in his fairly won success. Iro quois, in name most distinctively Americau, has conferred a luster on tbe aborigual title he bears. The United States aro undoubtedly going rapidly to tlie front in rear iog even running stock. On the trotting turf we always have beeu supreme. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. ISpeolai lo tue llkkald by the Western Uuiou Telegraph Company.l PACIFIC COAST. STOCK BBPOBT lA.< CIIANOISIOl) IfflOCK AND KX OHANIiB bUAKU. MORNING SKSSION. Biw Fkancisco, June 1 275 ophir, 9J,,9'i 810 Alpha, 4 10 tOJ Hal Moan, Id',, 1043 8e10ner,2.1)0,2.95 13";, 14 2.85,2.80 550 G a 0, 825) Coutldeuce, 4.40, IH 4» 3!0B <s H, 10, )o „ 1470 3 N»vn<la. 19J;, lovr.'i v i. iv-,, IXO (Jab., 2, 1.95 !••>,. 19 ;„u Savage, 220.127.116.11, 295 Ul»n, 12)4, 12';, 4.33 lIW, 12 1915 Con Va,4.10,1.15, 1530 Bullion, 97ic, 81 4.05 525 Exchequer, 1.00, 910 CtwrlßT. 3.90,2.95 1.05 3,3.10,3.05 315 Overman, 1.70, 220 Potosl, 3.50, 3.00 1.65 BUJ H A N, 4.75. 4.6' . 590 Justice, $1 4.85,4.80 b3O 785 Union, 14%, 14' i, 1005 Pomt, 2.55, 2.50, U?i, If, 2.80 I 215 Alia, 8.60 4:15 Jaearet, 5 1 ;. 500 Challenge. 1 s.i liuntuca, HM,9}4 OPEN BOARD—4.3O f. It, Jacket, 4.50 b, 4.55 a; Hale A Noroross, 4.15 b, 420 a; Alta, 3.10 b, 3.59 a; Sierra NoviiJ >, 17, b, 17' ia; Ancles, 8.23 a; Mt Diablo, »'.. b; Calllornlß, 1.50 b, i.58 a; OboUar.l U5 ■; Polosl, 3.20 b; Justice,Mi a; Oould A Curry, BV£s; Savage,4 s; Ophir, 8!i s: Best A Belcner,l4!i s; Scorpion, 1.15 a; Benton, 70c b; Utah, 10J4 a; Savage, 4.05 s; Belcher, 2.70 s; Union, UK s; Wales, 1.70 b, IJJa; Alpha, 4.10 b; Sierra, 1.60 b, 1.65 a; Mexican, 13 b; Imperial, 25c b,3oa; Overman, 1.60 a; Exchequer, 1,58 b; Amies, 2'; s, Con Virginia, 3.60 I, Paaaeacoia Hnulll ana 17 ul. Fresno, Cal., June Ist.—Tbe fol lowing is tbe list of passengers for tbe South and East on tbe train which passed tbis plaoe at G p. m.: Paul Tucker, Mrs Brahan, D H Houghtelin, Mrs Dirking, H M Willis, Miss Sumner, A Livermore, Chas E Say, U N Bartlett and wife, S M Carson, Los Angeles; Mrs S A Ashley, Bensou; (ins Mornsen, EI Paso; Wm E Dillon, St. Louis; D M Tyrell, JB Mar shall and wife, A Vaenberg, Tuc son; X Eagle, wife and sister, J F Boyd, Deming; Chas Barber, Pan tano; X P Elliott, Qreaterville; S S Watson, Miss B Russell, San Ber nardino; Mrs G B Stevenson, W T Stevenson and wife, Chas A Stev enson, Masters Herbert and Treg Stevenson, Mrs S W Stett, T U Maupln, Pleta; L A Norton aud wife, Londou. Borko ye. (be AaavaHor—Au imi»or gms Dtoiaiou by me supremo Desist, San Francisco, June I.—ln de ciding tbe caee of Burke vs. the Assessor, on the question of taxing certificates of stook, to-day, Justice Ro9s, In delivering tbe opinion, held that tbe Constitution of the State does not require or authorize double taxation. On the contrary, its language clearly forbids it. Stook or any corporation consists of its franchise and such other proper ty as tbe corporation may own. When, therefore, ail of the property of a corporation ls asssssed, its franchise and all of Its other prop erty of every character, tben all of of the stock of tbe corporation is asssssed and I Ira mandate of th. Constitution is complied with. This property is beld by tbe corpo ration In trust for tbe stockholders, wboare beneficial owners in certain proportions called sbares and whioh are usually evidenced by certifi cates of Btock. The share of each stockholder is un doubtedly property, but it ls an Interest very properly held by the corporation. Nothing more. When tbe property of a corporation is assessed to it aud tbe tax thereon paid, wbo but tbe stockholders pay it? It is true that it is paid from the treasury of the corporation be fore tbe money therein is divided, but it is substantially the same thing as if paid from tbe pockets of the individual stockholders. Jus tices Sbarpstelo, MoKee, Thornton and McKlnstry concur in tbe deci sion. - Chief Justice Morrison con ours so far as the opinion relates to savings bank deposits, expressing no opinion on tbe question of tax ation of certificates of stock. Jus tice Myriek concurs, except aa to the assessment of savings bank de posits, on w'Uoh subject be ex presses no opinion. In business olroles the deoision gives great sat isfaction and is considered to bave aa important bearing on the inter ests of the Stats. ■larders ia AUssaa. Tucson, Jno* lit.—J. D. Cs maotio, Postmaster at Canada de Oro, was shot and Instantly killed yesterday by a man named Crater man. Tlie murderer esosped. A special from Florence says tbat W. L Styles was sbot and Instant ly killed last night by his step son, Robert Bell. Cause, family troubles. Bell is in Jail. Tbe Urar Case—rive Jurors Ob tained—New f>B«i Ordered and C.se Aujonraed Until Friday. Redwood City, June Ist.—ln the Gray case the names of fifty five jurors were included In the panel. During the afternoon these were exhausted. Five jurors have been sworn to try tbe case. The Court ordered sixty additional ju rora to be drawn to appear Friday at 10 o'clock. Adjourned until Friday. Ran Ki.au Hallruad N.iis Han Diicuo, Juue I.—Tbere Is a steady activity in the prosecution of tbe California Southern Rail road from Han Diego. Lettlngs on the now grade work through Te macttla Cniiju will be awarded in a day or two. Tbo company has two partus at work in tlie Cajon Pass, one having beeu tbere several days. A largo engine for the com pauy'j workshops here left the builders, in Providence, R. 1., May 21st. Rails for two miles of track in tbe company's yards at National City are beiug made at the Pacifio Rolling Mills, Sau Francisco, and will btgiu to arrive here in a week or two. Tlie company will build tbeir own coustructlon cars at their National City workshops. Tbe vessels are on the way with lum ber, bridge timbers, etc., for the line; also, the first Installment of WQOtlesof tbe lot of 300.600 con tracted for will soon arrive. Work along tbe line is being pushed to the utmost and is first class in every respect. Material for the Telephone Ex change arrived yesterday and Man ager Thompson is already at work putting up wires this morning. EASTERN collector fur Alain *. Washington, Juno Ist.— Tha President to-day appointed for Col lector of Customs Wm. Gouver neur Morris, of New Jersey, for tbe district of Alaska. Ballot ror piat.'.< xneeessor. Albany, June Ist.—ln the joint convention tbe vote to All the va cancy oaused by tbe resignation of Flatt resulted as follows: Piatt 29, Depew 25, Kernan 55, Folger 4, Cornell 12, Davis 2, Lapham 8, Miller 8, Crowley 4, fivarts 3, Dutcber 2, Morton 1, Wadsworth 2, Tremaiue 1, Ward 3, Rogers 1. Bp* dilution* of Administration Ilea ana Vtnlwarie. New York, June I.—The Trib une'i Albany special says: A regu lar conference of Administration men was held this evening, at whioh a determination was reached not to attempt any confirmation of candidates in to-morrow's ballot ing. Thin decision was had after a long aud friendly discussion. It was thought l> n to wait until can didates having or.o, two aud more votes sbould bave beeu dropped and their support merged in that of the most prominent candidates. It is believed tbat this will soon take place and tbat the concentration can be arranged to-morrow night, to be made on Thursday's ballot ing. Not a great deal of change, therefore, is anticipated in to-mor row's balloting. Judge Robertson expects the whole matter to come to a head on Thursday. Tbe Coukling leaders held a small caucus and made a canvass ef the Legislature to determine whether they could maintain a deadlock. It is understood lhat tbey came to tho conclusion thai this could uot be done. Another canvass was made to see whether, witb tbe aid of the Demeorats, they could adjourn the Legislature, and no conolusion was reached. These discoveries intensified the pressure upon Governor Cornell to get him to withdraw in a publlo Utter, Tbere are evidences that this pres sure bas beeu very stroug to-night. Tbe argument of the Conkling leaders is that he bas twenty-one votes aud must transfer tbem to Mr. Conkliug. Fatal Boner Kapiosten. Philadelphia, Juno I.—To-day at noon the boiler of Godfrey & Co's dye establishment, at Ken sington, exploded. Two men were killed outright, being blown to pieoes. Others were wedged in the ruins. Many were knocked down by tbe flying debris. Tbe place took Are. Over forty were more or less Injured. Tne proioeal Betwern (be I ultrd Slates and uuiombia Not Aoaeni •a >Fine Latter. Panama, June I.—The Star and Herald publishes the following re sume of the leading points of tbe protocol said to have been signsd by the representatives of Colombia and the United States at New York: Ships of war and military convoys of the United States may, in peace er war, pass free through the oaual without the payment of tolls. By commou consent both governments will select in tbe ter ritory of tbe Isthmus places appro priate for forts, arsenals, ooaling depots and naval storehouses. In time of peace there sball be no American military force ou the Isthmus beyond tbat indispensable for tbe repair and preservation of suoh forts, arsenals, etc. In esse tbe neutrality of the caual should be threatened, tbe United States are authorized to take military occupa tion of the Isthmus and Colombia will be obliged to co-operate. Ships of war and military expeditions of all other nations, except the United States, will have no right to pass through the canal in time of peaoe. Nevertheless, the two nations may, by mutual understanding,permit in tercourse of highway to suoh ships and expeditions. Colombia under takes to enter into no negotiations concerning the canal or to alter tbe rules and regulations governing the same without previous accord with tbe United States. Tbe Star and Herald adds that the protoool has been disapproved by tbe Co lombia Senate. Mr. Deohman, United States Minister to Colom bia, and author of the protocol, Is furious. Tbe government, Senate, press and people bave unanimous ly denonnoed tbe protocol. FOREIGN. furinrr rariioalare af ircaale'a Viaeer*, Epsom Downs, Judo lit.—Tbo soraionlng of Camella earned tbo othon to come to ibortor prleoa In tbo betting, wblob Waa even on Peregrine end fonr to odo agalnat Gsologist. At the start Marshall McDonald took a slight lead of Cuilodon and St. Louis. These three came In ou time clear of Cumberland, Don Fulano, Town Moor, Geologist and Fortissimo. The next lot were Iroquois and Peregrine and ou passing tbe mile Soit St. Louis, Tristram, Town [oor and Iroquois were most pro mising, with Don Fulano well upon tbem. There was little alteration In position to Tottenham Corner, wbere St. Louis was beaten and Peregrine, after running against Gsologist and nearly capsizing bim, took a slight lead on entering the straight. At tbe dlstauco pole be looked like winning In a cantor, but Iroquts came on with a rush, and, heading Peregrine, io a few strides won cleverly, with Pere grine second and Town Moor third, followed by Scobile, Cumberland, Voluptuary, Tristram, Limestone, Geologist aud Fortissimo in the order named aud the others tailed off. Tbe track was iv good condi tion aud very hard. The Royal party presout at Epsom included the Princess Louise, tbe Duke of Cambridge aud tbe Prluce of Baxe- Weimar. NEW TO-DAY. FOX SALE, THE FURNITURE COMPLETE OF A LODGING HOUSE, CHEAP. Knqulre at Mott Bonding, No. 48 Spring ■treet, near tbe Poatomoe. !2 lw LOS ANGELES CLUB. Regular monthly meeting THURS DAY, JL'Nli ad, at 8 r. M. it A. HERDMAN, Secretary. 3dT. DUFFY, Proprietor ol the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Begs to inform tbe public tbat he aprcads a FIND LUNCH aud keep* EXCEL LENT LIQUORS. He alao give* a FINE MEAL lor 35c. The public are cordially Invited to give him a call. JeJU ***^^***ss****aw*sa^*s*^*«*»*»s»awe*ss» WANTS- LOST—FOUND. Wanted foxr Fuel. STRAW OR DAMAORD HAY. Apply atLANKERSBIM A COS MILL. nii4 lw JBliicltiaiuitD Wanted. Apply at LANKERSHIM * COS MILL. mM-lw EBTIIAYS. Found,by the underalgned: One bay mare, branded s; one brown bone, and oue colt, which tne owner can recover on proving property and paying charges. mygj-lw WM. HEATH, El Monte. Watch Lost. On Friday evening, May 20th, a small sliver watcb, on Spring street, between Lewis's Hair-Price boot and shoe store and Bath street. A liberal reward will be paid on leaving the same at tbe Couu ty Recorder's office. iu22;f 810 REWARD. Lost or strayed, ou Tuesday. May 3d. from the Vlrclnes Ranch, A BAY MARE, branded (C) on tbe left hip. Ten Dollars reward will be paid for the return or tbe mare to Nordholt's store, corner of First aud I<os Augele* street*. myg.ua FOUND! A placewhurea fine cup ol COFFEE or POT OF TEA, wltb NICK LUNCH, cau be had, AT SMI X tl 'S, go. a TEMPLE BT. miS-tl FOR, SALE—FOR RENT. A O JUIciX. NEWLY FURNISHEDSuuuy Rooms, at NO. B FIRST STREET, ouly a few step* from tbe Foatoffloe. m2l-lm A GREAT BARGAIN. FIVK ACRES OP.LA.ND ou Washing - ton street, west of Flgueroa street, for sale very cheap. Inquire by letter un der Cypher H., Herald office. Jeltf REMOVED. MADAME LECROIJ has removed her Dressmaking and Bultrlok Pattern Es tablishment to NO. 131* MAIN ST., next to McUsnald Blook. Jel-lm FOR SALE. Au interest iv a well established, rav in; MANUFACTURING BUSINESS: from $4000 to 15000 capital required. Alao, A DWELLING HOUSE, centrally lo cated. Address R, Herald office, mlg-lm FOR SALE. SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; fine location: splendid investment. C. WHITE, my6-3m Room 49 Temple Block. LAND FOR SALE SOU ACRES of the best fruit or agri cultural land at $10 per acre, north of tbe Hunter Itauob, on the river, with right olwater. Inquire of T. E.ROWAN, 75 Downey Block, or of tbe owner, W, C. B. RICHARDSON, near tbe premises. m2e-lm-d£w FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located aud noatly furnished, TO-LET, MNGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin street*, one blook from Postoffloe. dSltf BOARD ATSD ROOM. AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUN ny rront room, hot and cold water, sauthern exposure, In a private family, lv tbe most desirable part of the olty. Apply lv Mrs. E.C.ST AKIN, tlrat home on north side of Orange atreet, Juat off Pearl and Sixth st reet. mB-lm FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF M ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard and vineyard of 20 aore*. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, County Clerk's office. m25-lw Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. sorSPAOIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites, aud Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern convenience*. sorTHE TABLE supplied with the beat the market affords. feMtf MRS. M. H. KIMBALL. Prop. HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having bean with Mr. and Mr*. G. A. William*, will con tinue buaineaa at their old plaoe. Mrs. Smith ls prepared to do all kind* of balr work in the best aad latest style*. Re member tbe plaoe, NO. «• SPRING ST. mBB-lm (t> 4 AAA ™£T-.^E££3s NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WASHINGTON GARDENS. Mr. P. LOISKAU has made arrange ment* with Mr. D. V. Waldron wblob Suable him to announce that, every Sun ay, beginning with Suuday, April 171b. be will give Slelght-of-Hand perform ance* at this popular resort. In addition there will be foot-races, a shooting cal ory and other way* of amusing tbe pub ic. A new programme every Sunday. Profeaior Kalmbaoh, Musical Director. Admission—Grown person*, 95c.; chil dren, loe. Bad characters excluded. apT-lm ICEI The Los Angeles Ice Company liavlug reduced tbo price or Ice to One Cent per Pound Permanently, are ready to nerve all fam ilies wltb five pounds lor Aye cents per day during the summer. Ice for sale at PKEL'SS dt jPIRONI'd, No. 21 Spring St., wbere orders will be received my27tt Grand Charity Ball. To all Benevolent, Social and Fraternal Societies, Flrenien aud Military Com panies: Tbe Ladle*' Benevolent Society of I.os Augeles extend to you a publlo Invita tion, and cordially Invite you to attend their GRAND CHARITY BALL to be given at Horticultural Pavilion on the evening ot FOURTH OF JULY next. By order of tbe Society. MRS. C. DUCOMMUN, President. Mrs. W. I>. Gorr.u, Secretary. Los Angele*, May 2 j, 1881. niM-lm AFINH ASSORTMENT OF FRENCH AND DOMESTIC CANDIES! JUST RECEIVED AT THE Capitol Bakery BPRINU ST., near the Postoulco, Which I offer to my customer* and tbe publio at reasonable prices. Call aud examine my stock. ni24lw H. SCHUMACHER. FOR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER THE Los Angeles Infirmary AND GROUND 3 FOR SALE. The ground* are highly Improved and contain a large number of bearing or ange, lemon and deoiduon* fruit trees. sot For terms apply on the premises. JaTtf OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, No. 110 Mai v St., Car dun i Block. The table will be furnished with tbo beat that can be procured In the market. Regular meals, 25 cts. »W ICE-CREAM SALOON connected with the restaurant, myi-lm CHAS. WENZEL, Prop'r. THE HERALD STEAM PRINTING H O US E 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 Sat Francisco finish and style. MAYFIELD Water Elevator and Purifier. (A. Pump a.lid Purifier Combined.) PATENTED SEPTEMBER 26,18)1. 188 MAYFIELD WATER EL EVAIOR, will make the Foulest Well or Cistern SWEET, PURZ AND WBOLESOME, lv ten day* or less time. It elevate* water easier than any other devise. It never freeze*. It never oorrodes. It bas no wooden tube* to taint the water. It nils the bucket at tbe bottom of the wsli or cistern. It agitata* the water by paw ing lix gallon* of air through it per minute. It re luce* Wiglera, Water Idee and Water Bogg to their proper elements. It will Mve Its price onoe every year in dispensing with the use of nauseous drugs taken into the ayatem to remove the effect of impure wster.by rendering the water pure, sweet sad wholesome. A child eight years old oan, with esse, draw water snmolent for tbe use of a large amily out of a fifty-foot well. For farther Information, address BROWNING, POPE A CO. Indianapolis, Ind Santa Monica Pavilion, BOHEItT A BRIGHT, Proprietors. This favorite Summer Besort will be SPeaedMBXT SUNDAY. Bast brands of wines, liquors, ales, beer and cigar* always un hand. Hot and sold lunettes, •hooting gallery, bowling NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LATEST! The City of Paris Are now exhibiting tha following B-A.3RC3-^Sa.HSTS= ■ 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. XV cfc 19 ST. myil-2ni A FEWWORDS to GENTLEMEN. ■ WE ARE TAKING MORE ORDERS for Devlin's Celebrated Custom. Made Suits tban ever before. His prioes I sv" bpen reduced, Na better fitting garments are lo be obtained. Come and see our samples. Seleot the kind you want, and we will guarantee satisfaction lv every respect, or no sale. Our Reduction Sale in Gent's Furnishing Goods still goes, and you will find It to your ad vantage to buy your shirts and uuderwear aud other goods at the low prices at wbich they are now beiug sold. We bave certainly reduced prices on larger lines of goods. The "Coulter Shirt" Is giving perfeot satis faction, and is undoubtedly without a rival on tbe Coast. Men are paying high prices for shirts made to order that are no better in any respect than those we are selling at very low prices. Tbe "Coulter Shirts" are manufactured expressly to my order. Call and see them. B. F. COULTER. THE SPRING IMPORTATIONS —•SS— 9S THE Progress Clothing Store No. 120 Main St., Cardona Block, Are now complete, and comprise a full line of Meu's,Youths' aad Boy's OLiOTHINGr OF THE NOBBIEST STYLES, whioli will be sold at prices never before equaled in Los Angeles. Linen and Mohair Ulsters, Dusters and Half-Dusters, X-.inen and Alpaca Coats, Great Bargains in Stylish Furnishing Goods of Every Description. fsirilN HATS you will be convinced tbat I have the largest and most stylish assortment, wbicb I offer at astonishingly low prioes. (sTNECKWEAIt of all tlie Latest Colora.-ei ttaSTFull line of Uootw and Shoes for Men and Boys. "01 Trunks, Valises, etc. •»y7 H. BUBBKIND. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY. OHIBSHROUQH * PR EVER. PROPRIETORS. MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS. MADE BY WHITS LABOR ONLY, AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES * SNUFF At No.se Spring St., opposite Oourt Houso. «