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FRIDAY. JUNE 3,1881.
Herald Steam Printing House. The facilities ef the Hihald Steam Printing House for doing Job work are not surpassed In California outside of San Pranelsoo and Sacramento. All work en trusted to OS will bs executed wltb neat ness and dispatch at tbe lowest living rates. aonciat, notice. Hereafter notices of oompanles, socle- Mas, shurches, etc, will only be Inserted In the Hbbalo aa paid advertisements. We reserve, tor Places of Worship, a grat ia directory, which will appear every ■■•day Burning, aaaaassssssssssssssssaaaawssa The otkitr day we bad occasion to visit tbe Hotel del Monte, at Monterey. Tbe Southern Pacific Hallway people bare at that point simply snrpassed themselves. Their outlays have been on a grand seals, nod hove been distinguished ac gnash by scenic and architec tural succsss as by the lavish dis bursement of money. Really, it la pleasant to sss men who have mode money rapidly untie their purse-strings and ahow a positive abandon in o projeot whioh was de signed to minister to the pleasure going and pleasure-taking instincts of tho people of tho Paoifle Coaat. All tho while, we coold not forbear • lament that thla prodigal outlay bod not been expended on Santa Monica. Probably, in tbe neigh borhood el Mentsrey, at least half a million dollars have been ex pended es an adjunct of the hotel near that plaoe. Poetical and ro mautio associations abound there tn manifold forms. Tbe only thing looking ls the climate. Roads, bowed through tbe primeval forests, simply sirve to show how frigid the couutry is. The cliuiute Ie co oeld aud arctic that the Bum mer season only embraces about two mouths. The railway com pany, appreciation tbe fact tbat Its embowered shadea are cool but par alyiing, and not at oil calculated te lovlte people to disport In the waves, bas built a $38,000 tank, boated by steam, in whioh the fas tidious or the delicate visitor can bathe at bis or ber plestture. As for bathing lv the surf itself, at Monterey, one would as soon think ofseleotlnge twenty ton block of loe to reoline upon. Charming in every respect as the Hotel del Mente is, princely aa are all tbe appointments of grounds and ho tel, the experiment of starting a watirtng place tbere bas simply served to emphasize the faot tbat the Messrs. Stanford and Crocker should loug ago have bought Santa Monioa aud the Ban Vioente ranch, lo order to establish there the "boss" watering piuce and pleasure resort of tbe Americau continent. At no season of the year, winter or summer, can one be chilled at Santa Monica. The editor of tbe Herald and others bave repeatedly bathed at Santa Monica in mid-winter. That the railway company will ulti mately retrieve ita mistake of con centrating ita money and labor on Monterey, and transfer tbe scene ot Its activities to Santa Monica, we do not doubt. No more do we doubt but tbat tbe new venture will eventually prove to be a gigan tio success, continental in its propor tions. God, In fashioning the un rivaled beaob and exquisite climate of Santa Monica, worked with a purpoas. Man will shortly be found co-operating with the quite pronounced intention of God and Nature. At Santa Monica, and not at Monterey or Santa Cruz, will be located the veritable sea side watering place and sanitarium of tbe Paolflo Ceaat. When tbe lordly Boscoe, iv tbe Interludes which his throDglog partlzana accord him, reads that Rutherford B. Hayes, a rather piti ful ex-publio functlenary, thinks bim insane, he will unquestionably be the beneficiary of some rather novel sensations. A nose wbich has naturally something of a scorn ful "tip-tilted" tendency will be more ereot tban ever. The smug and hypocritical Hayes evidently looks upon a live political aas as better then a dead lion. Conkllng may or may not be dead tempora rily, but we may be very sure that tbe triumph of the administration, if It doei register a triumph, will be very sbort-lived. Away oft on tbe Pacific Coast, arid ia other dis tent portlous of the United States, Coukling may Dot loom up as the power be unquestionably is iv tbe thoughtful aud intelligent centers of the oountry. There was really something phenomenally treaeher oua in tbe way Garfield bas repaid those strenuous and masculine ef . forts of the stalwarts, lsd by Conk- Hog and Grant, which made him Preeident. To tbe vapid and un manly Hayes there is something thnt looks like lunacy in any man consenting to throw away power o point of honor. To tbis fat witted approprlator of tbe honors •ad emoluments which belonged lo Samuel J. Tilden there is uoth lag In things wbiob are not palpa ble, material, base — anything whioh ie not cognizable by tbo aenees la caviar to bla prostituted •r Inherently low mental and aeeral organization. 800000 Oeoaiteg, | B lay lag daws hio loa. otorial dignity, loass nothing and gains much. He Is one of the few men who bave held offloe and power and wbo, as they approach tho ssrs and yellow leaf, are worth but a trifle In this world's goods. It ie hsartlly to be hoped that the ex publio funetinnary Hayes will take advantage of the early as sembling of some Sunday school Convention, or otber religious body, to give at length his Idea of what constitutes insanity amongst politicians. Anything which has the semblance of a generous or manly impulse; anything wbicb amaeks of real integrity and pro test against treachery; anything which is cbaracterized by square dealing and disgust at tortuous po litical ways, would be held np by this grsat political lsroeniat as evidence of a disordered intellect Hayes, for once in his life, has done a humorous tiling, and lie has done It unoonsoieusly. Fat Jack FaistaS once remarked that he was not only witty himself but was tbe eouse of wit in others. Hay is who bas never been accused cf knowing wbat wit meant, has, by his latest ntteranoes, given tbe text for a limitless budget of witticisms in the United States. We have often compared Rutherford B. to Tar tuffs, Ohadband and Pumblecbook. We aro now tempted to think that old Poloulus was his real arche type- _______ Whatever degree of success Henry Ward Beecher may or may not have achieved in iuterpreting Bocoaolo's Decameron, us in the Mrs, Tllton and otber episodes, he has unquestionably scored a signal reputation in the line of a sensa tional innovator. To the alarm and eonaternation cf the orthodox of all denominations, within tbe past twelvemonth the Plymouth pastor came out and swore, by tho blood and body of Christ, tbat hs did not believe in a hell. He ac quitted himself of this somewhat agnostic achievement in Ihe pulpit ut tbat, joining to heterodoxy wbat would appear to most people to be flat blasphemy. Lately the Rev. Henry Ward has tackled the temperance question, aud intimat ed that it was hard to persuade him tbat a man wbo, at seventy, could lift a whisky barrel to bis mouth and drink out of tbe bung— instances of wbich he had himself known —had retrogradsd much or was in danger of retrograding. He supplemented these astonishing statements by the declaration that, while it might be true tbat spiritu ous liquors did not create foice, they were remarkably, good conser vators of the vital powers, aud he thought that when a man had passed tbe grand climacteric of life he needed a little wine for tbe stomach's sake. The educated ag nostios and esthetics uf tbe day are foud of looking upon Paul as tbe only cultured and intelligent man amongst tbe Apostles, and of giv ing bim exceptional recognition, In eonsequsnce. Beecher seems to warm up heartily to Paul's counsel to Timothy. Iv addition, he has ranged himself, between precept and practice, in line witb the lux urious philosophy of Luther, wbo, theugh a churchman of one relig ious era and the creator of another, wrote: Who 10V4S not women, wine and song, Is a fool all his life long. Tub Duks of Sutherland, it may be as well to state, is quite largely interested in tbe Atchison, Topeka and Santa F6 railway, and tbe col lateral enterprises which,that com bination of capitalists ls pushing forward towards the Pacifio Coast. It is, therefore, well tbat our peo ple that he was obarmed wltb Santa Monica. In a oonversation with a Los Angeles gentleman he dwelt upon tbe speo ial attractions of tbis at present dlsprized place, and said tbat if tbe English psople, and Europeans generally, knew of its etrong points, with the shortened trans continental railway time sched ules via New Orleans, tbey would undoubtedly flock tbere. He pre dicted a brilliant future for this section, and he is certainly right. Tbe energy of man has creates great centers of wealth in sterile New England. The energy of man, co-operating with tbe prod igal favors of nature, will, in the next twenty years, acquit itself of miracles iv Los Angeles county. Meanwhile, wbo will move in the projeot of creating an alameda of Lombardy poplars, pepper or Euca lyptus trees' between Los Angeles and Santa Monica ? Tbe day is not far distant when, from Lot An geles to tbe Sea, there will be a succession of superb villss. Why net provide, in time, trees to graoe tbe way to the sea-shore ? This idsa is oertalnly worthy of tbe at tention of our Board of Supervis ors. Once fairly started, the Guest alameda on tbe continent will be assured. In our looal columns appears a dsscription of tbe opening of tbe great Industrial Exposition of Ita ly, at Milan, from tbe pen of Miss Mamie Perry. The oooaalon was cbaraoterized by great eclat, and tbe multltudee present most have rivaled any prevloue experience ef tbe kind In the world'e history. It will be gratifying to onr people to know tbat oar gifted townswomsn eontlnues to make the moot satis factory program ta her vocal s tad its. and that oho premises to eveotoate lata a eantrattfoe of groat merit aad power. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. IPpSSISI 111 HIS flsail n by tha Western UalOO Teli'craph Company.! PACIFIC COAST. sii'Ol'K tUBPOBT. SAN rHAMOUOO STOCK AND KX OHArfU" BOARD. SJOUHINU SESSION cum Khancisco, June 2 133 Ophlr, M „ BK, 930 S Nevada. ITW, tM. tH 17K,17M,1% SIS Mexican. 13, ITA 17. Hi OA C, a*!, t>K 230 Conddence, 4So 016 BAH, toM, 15, SO Utah, lu'i l v. 100 Exohequ«r,l.so, 1120 Uala, 1.60, 1.55, 1.45 Ik 10Seg Beloher, 710 Savage, 4,4 05 430 Overman, 1.40, 670 COUVB, 3.70, 3.65 1.3s 5111) ChOTlar. 1.60,2.85 475 Union, 14, MM, HOD Potosl, 3.30, 3.35 lt%, 14* 245 HAN, 4.25, 4.30 180 Alta, 3.50, 3.55 1:10 Point, 2.30 S7il Andes, 2.40,2 35 M( Jacicet, 4.30, 4' 4 «Sl> Scorpion, 2.20, 125 Kentuck, lid 2.25 210 Alpha, 4 30 250 O (late, 2. ill 4S> 8e10her,2.70,2.65 SDOSleira, 1.60 OPEN BOARD—4 30 P. M. Ludy W, 25c «; Gould A Curry, 9b, 9' a a; Hale a Noiorosa, 4.60 s; Jacket, 4.655; Si erra Nevada, 19>4 b, 19J4 a: Exchequer, 1.50 s; Imperial, Sso b,3oa; Bullion. 950 b, 11 a; Andes,2.s» a; Benton, 66c b,90 a; Over man, 1.45b, i.soa; Con Virginia, 3.65 s. Scorpion. 2.20 b; Albion,4 a; Sierra, 1.705; Wales, 1.75 a; Crown Point, 2.35 b, 2.40 a; Alta, 3.85 s; Utah, 12 b; Caledonia, 25c s; Bullion.9os b; Ophlr.sa; Mexican, 14 a; Julia, 55c b; Justice, 1 b; Potosl. 3.60 s; Belcher, 2.bi b; Savage, 4.15 s; Ohollar, 2.65 b; Mt Diablo. o'. b; Union, it*, b, 15* a. Eastern Linen Down. Ban Francisoo, June 2nd.—No Eastern to-ntgbt. Webster. (Tbe foregoing explains tbe paucity of telegraphic news iv this morning's Herald.) ■"•■tensers Nontli nu<l Eaat. Fresno, Cal., June Ist.—The fol lowing is the list of passengers for the South and East on the train whioh passed this place at 5 p. m.: B F Vangbui and wife, Provi dence, BI; Wm H Mintzer, Ool ton; Frank Bead, San Francisco; F A Benjamin, do; T C Hubbard and son, Chicago; £ S Dennison and family, Oakland; H Oregor, Los Angeles; E M Chapman, wife and two children, San JoeO; Miss Jen nie Barker, do; E J Frledlander, San Francisco; Robert Boyer, San Quentin; W W Parrieh, San Fran cisco; G M Davidson, do; Frank Lowe and wife, Vaealena; VV Brin die, Santa Clara; John Mallett, Sau Francisoo. EASTERN. Maury nad stocks. New York, Juue 2d,—Silver bars, 112; money easy, 3@3J; Governments quiel; stocks olosetl strong; Western Union, 128}; quicksilver, 18; Pacific, 53,; Mar iposa, 4; Wells, Fargo, 125,; N. Y. Ceutral, 101;; Erie, 50; Panama, offered, 266; Union Pacific, 127); bands, U7Ji CP., SO*; bonds offered at 117; Sutro, 2|; Hilver Nugget, f>6; Mineral Creek, 175. Then and Now. Mr. Conkling's opinion of tbe hu man product of Ohio kuown as the Buckeye, is not likely to be amend ed, unless by deepeniug aud con firming, upon a perusal of tbe Re publican organs of tbat State and a contrast of tbeir utterances auent him made less than a year ago. He Is now bandied by ths able Repub lican editors witb a great variety of epithet, wicked and amusing. No ability Is conceded him. He is a "baby elephant," a Judas, an adulterer, mean, malicious, Infa mous, traitorous. A year ago, when be came into tbe State stumping for tbe Chicago nomi nees, he was hailed by tbe same able editors as a Colossus in Intel lect, a statesman ef pre-eminence, a Republieon head and shoulders above tbem all. His march through the State was a triumph. His lightest wish was law. The Buck eyes of tbe true breed knelt down and adored bim. So capital a slump talker as Blame was tbrown In tbe shads. He was baelsbsd to tbe back towns, while the turkey gobbler strutted through the high ways. If a facetious Democrat ven tured any allusion to the Narra gansett pier and Spragua's shotgun be was frewnsd upon as a contempt ible witling who could not appreci ate massivensss of Intellect or de votion to oountry. How changed it ail ls now! Tbere isn't an Ohio journal sa poor as to do Lord Ros coe reverence. He who did be stride tbe Western Reserve like a Colossus is now, In the opinion of talented Buckeye editors, the mer est pigmy. Yst Conkling bas not changed in tbe slightest. He is to day Just wbat be was a year ego—a man of abounding talents, Imperi ous, selfish and relentless.— Chica go Timet, Mag 24. Don't Paw. IS. F. Dally Exchange.] If we had any authority in the revision of the Bible, we should like to have added to tbe Ten Oemmandmeats the brief mandate, "Don't paw." Young married people of tbe light paper and small potato order certainly bave a most unpleasant habit of exhibiting their affection in the presence ef the disinterested. We were an un willing witness to a performance of this naturs a fsw evenings ago. The happy pair eat on a lounge, aad scattered areund tbe room wers a few baobelora and eld married men gravely smoking thsir pipss and dlscasalng affairs in gsneral. The gay young bride began the pawing business. Sbe put her lily band on her hubby's cbeek, and be, being a man of sense, aad de tecting a scowl on tbe counte nance ef tbe nearest bachelor, gen tly moved it away. But tba irre pressible butterfly could not be ebeoksd. She grabbed his hand, and with it stroked her velvet ebtsk. A grunt frem the old Bensdiot ia the corner warned tbe newly wedded, and he quietly shifted hie position to tbe otber end of tbe lounge. The next atreolty of which this young lettuce bride waa guilty was plunging Into hsr husband's lap, and kicking op her heels, co tbot a large esotien of her striped stockings was made visible. At tbis, a baobolor wbe had beea mo oing dawn Garfield's administra tion dropped ble pipe wltb a bang and eesashsd It aad aa old husband fingered a oerksorew with a fsro done look upon hie usually a sala ble foaturee. Bot tho light-hooded i charmer did not seem to areas the significance of these demonstra tions, and finally ber suffering partner hurried ber away. Blissful oouples should take an extra dese of pawing before starting out te make a visit, and tben eit on oppo site sides of the room and indulge in all the affectionate glaring they wish, but keep thslr hands off and show some regard for the feelings of ethers. It does net make psople one bit envious of tbeir joy, nor dees it inspire confidence iv the ardor and eternity or tbeir lave. On the contrary, men are apt to mentally congratulate thsmsslves that they are not in tbe position te be thus publicly clawed ever and are inspired with a wild desire to burst up tbe pretty tableau by a wild assault with a bolster. Wars of Humming Birds. Whenever It happens tbat two of the species meet among flowers, they elguai the encouuter with a shrill war-cry, aud dash at each other lv tieroe antagonism. The spirit of Bellouu Inflames their souls. For au iustaut tbey close together, Iheu give each otber chase, and with tlie speed of meteors are lost to my view. Sbortly after, tbe returu of one aloue announces that tbs victory has been quick and decisive. Di minutive as are the puuy sprites, tbey are heavily charged wltb oombativoness. The eutire race are puguaoious and quarrelsome to an extraordinary degree, impu dently assaulting each oilier and birds of much greater s /.i which venture into their neighborhootl or ocoasion them a fancied annoy auce. Even the hawk is not safe from tbeir attacks, and has been seen worried and whipped by tbem. Mr. Bates remarks, iv delineating their truculent disposition, and.tbe perpetual battles occurring in every flowery nook in the tropics where they congregate: "One will knock another off Ita perch, and tbe two will go fighting and screaming away at a pace hardly to be followed by tbe eye." The Most Prolific Cow on Record. A correspondent of tbe Hartford (Conn.) Timet says: "The history of a cow raised on tbe farm of the late Erastus Ellsworth, of East Windsor Hill, is so remarkable as to be worthy of record. Tbe cow is not of any one breed, but Is about three-fourths Durham and I hardly know wbat to call tbe other quar ter. April 16, 1877, she gave birth to twins—one male and one female; Maroh 19, 1878, she gave birth to triplets—two males and one female —making five calves iv eleven months and tbree days; July 9, 1879, sbe gave birth to twins—botb males; October 7, ISBU, sbe gave birth to triplets—two males and one female—making ten calves in three years, five mouths and twen ty-one days. Tbe calves bave all been of good size, healthy and handsome, and have been raised on tbe farm " James D. Hi.; tius was n ;,..tieut iv a private mau;i vise. Mrs. Bige low, wife of tbe physician in charge, took a deep intereat iv his case. Sbe believed tbat insanity could best be cured by moral sua sion and generally mild treatment, and sbe chose Bbymus as a subject on whom to test ber system. He steadily improved, until at last saaity was re-sstablisbed. In the meantime Mrs, Blgelow had be come a widow. She soon afterwaid married Bbymus, aud he became a physician. That was twenty years ago. Dr. Bbymus made insanity a specialty in bis practice, and had charge successively of many asy lums. He adhered to tbe theory of mild treatment which had proved efficacious in his own oase, and for the purpose of putting it into thorough practice he leased, a few weeks ago, the Grand View Hotel, near Denver, turning it into an asylum. In order to train his keepers bp degrees he at first ad mitted only tbree patients, and these were supposed to be only slightly deranged. But be was mistaken io one of these, and one morning found himself attacked by a furious madman, wbo choked him insensible, and would bave killed him if bis wife had not fought heroically to free him. Dur ing the oommotion caused by tbe struggle the two otber patients es caped, and one of them drowned herself. This bad beginning of the enterprise drove Dr. Bbymus insane again, and while out of his mind he slew his wife. The Russian Royal Soandal. What a mystery Is the Czar's conneetien with the Prinesss Dol gouroukl! And tbe mystery con tinues to enshroud her now, after his death. The news we get through the journals is mostly manufactured, Ike has never left Bussia, and some Bussians say calmly she bas gone mud. It ap pears also, now, tbat sbe was never married al all to the Emperor. All tbe pretty aoenes with the present Empress wsre fabricated, as well as the story of the marriage, in order to promote auch an event, for it was hoped through ber Influence be might be persuaded to abdicate. If tbe Princess Delgouroukl cares for life and for the position of widow of the Emperor, sbs can bave it but upon hard conditions. Tbe report ed marriage will be made true by a deoree of Alexander 111., if sbe" will consent to go into exile with ber children. Not an open, avowed exile, but an actual one. Sbe will be sent to one of those wild, desert provinces of tbe Volga, inhabited only by wandering tribes of half ■ savages, or to tbe gloomy regions of tbe Ural. A great palaoe will be built for ber, and she will have a eeurt about her, all tbe luxury and splendor sbe may desire, but far away from civilization, and every grandeur that surrounds ber will be hollow and meaningless. Is life worth having on such terms to such a woman ? If she refuses tbis oiler, sbe will die in a madhouse, although she may be as sane as you and I, and her ohildren will dieap psar.—Parit Letter to Philadelphia Telegram. A Galveston school teacher, who lost all patience with o very stupid boy, finally told the boy'a father: "Your eon is getting worse and worse every day." "I don't think he oan be quite tbat bad," remon otrated ths partial parent. "Well, tben, be Is ot least getting worse oud worse every ether day, or say tbree times a week." At tbo Control Pharmacy yon mb obtain tbo famous elootrlo raxor and Bnssian lefttker otrop. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE. A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Rank of Los Angelea will bs beld at tbe Bank on WEDNESDAY, JULY Oth, 1881, for the parposs of elect ing a Board of Directors and transacting such other business as may properly be brought before tho meeting. JeSld E. F. SPENCE, Cashier. FOR BALE. THE FURNITURE COMPLETE OK A LODGING HOUSE, CHEAP. Enquire at Mot t Building, Ho. 18 Spring street, near the Postomce. J2lw LOS ANGELES CLUB. Regular monthly meeting THURS DAY, JINK Bd, at Be. M. It A. UERUMAN, Secretary. Proprietor of the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Begs lo Inform the public that he sproada a PINE LUNCH and keeps EXCEL LENT LIQUORS. He also gives a FINK MEAL ror 25e. The public are cordially invited to give him a call. Jeatr WANTS- -LOST—FOUND. EBTBAYS. Found, by tbe undersigned: One bay mare, branded 8: one brown horse, and one colt, which the owner can recover on proving property and paying charges. my2S-lw WM. HEATH, El Monte. 810 REWARD. Lost or strayed, on Tuesday. May id. from tho Vlrglues Ranch, A BAY MARE, branded (C) on the left hip. Ten Dollars reward will be paid for the return of the mare to Nordholt's store, corner ol First and Los Angeles streets, myf-im FOUND! A place where a fine cup of COFFEE or POT OF TEA, with NICE LUNCH, can be hud, A T SMITH'S, No. S3 TEMPLE ST. mSs-tf FOR SALE—FOR RENT. TO LET. NEWLY FURNISHEDSunuy Rooms, at NO. O FIRST STREET, only a tew steps from tbe Postomce. m2l>lm A GREAT BARGAIN. FIVE ACRES OPOLAND on Washing ton street, west of Flgueroa street, for sale very cheap, Inquire by letter un der Cypher U., Herald office. Jel tf REMOVED. MADAME LECROU has removed her Dressmaking and Buiirick Pattern Es tablishment to NO. 1U» MAIN ST., next to McDonald Block. jel-lm FOR SALE. An Interest In a well established, pav ing MANUFACTURING BUSINKBS; from $1000 to SSDOO capital required. Also, A DWELLING HOI'SK, centrally lo cated. Address R, Herald office, mls-liu FOB S-A-LE. SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; fine location: splendid investment. C. WHITE, m»6-3iu Boom 49 Temple Blook. LAND FOR SALE 800 ACRES ot the best fruit or agri cultural land at $10 per acre, north of the Hunter Ranch, on the river, with right of water. Inquire of T. E.ROWAN, 75 Downey Block, or of the owner, W. C, B. RIOHaRDSON, near the premises. m26-lm-d*w FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located aud neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one block from Postomce. dSltf BOARD AND HOOM. AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUN ny front room, hot and cold water, southern exposure, in a private family, In the most desirable part of the city. Apply to Mrs. K. C. HT A KIN, first house on north side of Orange street. Just off Pearl and Sixth street. ni3-lm FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF SO ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard and vineyard of 20 acrea. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, County Clerk's office. mSt-lw ICimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. aaj-SPACIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites, and Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. aarTHE TABLE supplied with the best the market affords. fc22tr MRS. M. H. KIMBALL, Prop. HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having been wltb Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will con tinue business at their old place. Mrs. Smith is prepared to do all kinds of hair work in the best aud latest styles. Re member the place, NO. 48 SPRING ST. in2B-lm The Traveler who Wisely Provides Against Ibe contingency of Illness by taking with bim Hoetetter'a Stomaoh Bitters, has oeoaslon to congratulate himself on bis foresight whan he sees others who have neglected to do so suf fering from some oae of tbe maladies for which It Is a remedy and preventive. Among these are fsvsr and agne, bilious ness, oonstipation and rheumatism, dis eases olten attendant upon a ebangs or climate and unwonted diet. SWror sale by all Druggists and Deal ers generally. -t _. _ _ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WASHINGTON GARDENS. ' Mr. P. LOI3EAU bas made arrange- I manta with Mr. V. V. Waldron wbtcb enable bim to announce that, every Huu day, beginning with Sunday, April 17th. he will give Sleight-of-Haud perform ance! at this popular resort. In addition ' tbere will be foot-races, a shooting gal ery aad other ways of amusing the pub ic A new programme every Sunday. Professor Kalmbach, Musical Director. Admission—Grown persons, 19c; chil dren, 10c Bad characters excluded. ap7-lm ICE! Tbe Loi Angeles Ice Coiupauy Uuvlug reduced tiie price of ice to One Cent per Pound Permanently, are ready to serve all fam ilies wltb Aye pounds for five cents per day during tbe summer. Ice lor sale ut i PREUSS A PIRONI'S, No. 21 Spring St., , where orders will be received myZ7tt Grand Charity Ball. To all Benevolent, Social aud Fraternal Sooletles.Flromenaud Military Com panies: The Ladles' Benevolent Society of Los Angeles extend to you a publlo lnvlta ! tion, and cordially Invite you to attend tbeir GRAND CHARITY BALL to be given at Horticultural Pavilion on tbe . evening or FOURTH OF JULY next. By order of the Society. MRS. O. DUCOMMUN, President. Mns. W. 1). GouLO, Seoretary. Los Angeles, May 25,1881. m2B-lm FOR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER THE Los Angeles Infirmary f AND GROUNDS FOR SALE. I The grounds are highly Improved and contain a large number of bearing or ange, lemon and deolduous fruit trees, act For terms apply on the premises. JaTif OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, No. 118 Main St., Cardona Block. The table will be furnished with the best that can be procured in tbe market. Regular meals, 25 cts. aw-ICE-CREAM SALOON connected with tha restaurant, mya-lm OH AS. WENZEL, Prop'r. THE HERALD STEAM PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK not equaled in 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 anil Purifier. (A Pump tand jPut-ilior Combined.) PATENTED SEPTEMBER 26,18ri. IBE MAYFIELD WATER EL EVAIOR, will make the Fouleat Well or Cistern SWEET, PURE AND WHOLESOME, In ten days or less time. ' It elevates water easier than any other devise. It never freezes. It never corrodes, It has no wooden tabes to taint the water. It fills ths bucket at ths bottom of the wall or cistern. It agitates the water by pass ing six gallons of sir through it per minute. > It reinoes Wiglars, Water Lice and Water Bagg to their proper elements. It wflj ' save Its price onos every year in dispensing with the use of nauseous drags taken into the system to remove the effeot ot impure water,by rendering the water pnro, sweet and wholesome. A ohild eight years old oan, with ease, draw water sufficient for the use of a large amity oat of a fifty-foot weU. For farther information, address BROWNING, POPE & CO. Indianapolis, Ind Santa Monica Pavilion, KOKERT A BRIGHT, Proprietors. This favorite Summer Resort will be SsenedNEXT SUNDAY. Beat brands or wines, liquors, ales, beer and cigars always on. hand. Hot and oold lunches. Shooting gallery, bowling I alley and other amusements attached to the Pavilion. Visitors should not tall to , give them a call. apl2tf THOMAS FARRALL, ; Lata or San Franelaco, has opened a * first-class : Merchant Tailoring I JB9TJa.BXaIaICiBSX>MT. AT SOT MAIN STREET, U» Angeies Be is a practical tailor and cutter of li !• years years experlanse. He has eat in he bast booses Best and In Oan Francis o. ■ Unerase are very reasonable. OOHMirearaeeeWsa. aattstr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. L AT ES T! The City of Paris Are now exhibiting tbe 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 52.50 each. EUGENE MEYER A CO. IT? db 1© SPRING ST. A FEWWORDStoGENTLEMEN. ■ WE ARE TAKING MORE ORDERS for Devlin's Celebrated Custom- Made Suits than ever before. His prices l ay" '>f>pn reducer). No better fitting garments are lo bo obtained. Come and eeeour samples. (Select 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 underwear and other goods at the low prices at whioh tbey are now beiug sold. We have certainly reduced prices on larger lines of goods. The "Coulter Shirt" is giving perfect satis faction, and is undoubtedly without a rival on the 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. 1 i i i n ■ THE SPRING IMPORTATIONS « —I OF 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 OF THE NOBBIEST STYLES, whioh will be sold at prices never before equaled In Los Angeles. Linen and Mohair Ulsters, Dusters and Half-Dusters, l_jiixen aud Alpaca Coats. Great Bargains in Stylish Furnishing Goods of Every Description. tesT*lN HATS you will be oonvlnced that I bave tbe largest and moat stylish assortment, which I offer at astonishingly low prioes. UsTNECKWEAK of all the Latent Coloro.'Sl UnTFull lino of Boots and Slioen for Men and Boys."Vl TTr links, Valises, eto. «ny7 H. BUBBKIND. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY. CHKIBEBROUQH A DRKYER. PROPRIKTORS. MANUFACTURERS OF FINK CIGARS, MADE BY WHITS LABOR ONLY, AND DEALERS IW TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES m SNUFF At Mo. SO Spring St., oppsslte Court Hows*, m