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THURSDAY JUNE 9. 1881.
Pursuant to our rule of allow ing a temperate discussion of all public questions in tbe columns of tbe Herald, we give place to a communication from "Citizen," one of our moat respectable and en terprising business men, on tbe Son Fernando street sewer matter. As far as respects Judge Sepulve ■ " da's decision, we should experience a great reserve ln questioning eitber Its soundness in law or tbe good Intentions of its author. If there Is danger to tbe public health through defective sewerage near tbe depot some means ought to be at once resorted to to remedy tbe evil. Tbe health or our people is ot paramount importance, and it would seem to us tbat a little con cert of action between tbe parties In interest would result in provid ing proper sewer facilities. The Herald is in receipt, from day to day, of circulars of ihe Anti- Monopoly League, of New York City. There ia often excellent matter, in the interest of the peo ple, In these documents, but there ia also quite frequently some very absurd stuff. Thus the last of these precious brochures which has reached vi says tbat tbe aim of the corporations was to nominate Til den at Cincinnati and James O. Blame at Chicago. We do not know .precisely how the corpora tlona shaped their policy as to the Chicago Convention, though we feel perfectly certain that Urant would have been very acceptable to tbem, but we despise the men dacity wbieh could smirch the hon ored name of Tilden witb any such Imputation. If this is a specimen brlok of the Anti-Monopoly League's work we think very little Of It. The fact is that if tbe men idtntified with this League are in earnest they o<v:bl at ouco to joiu tbe Democratic party, which has always been inflexible in its oppo sition to monopolies and to the ag gressions of corporations. By so doing they would show themselves to be sincere in their avowed pur pose of check log corporation iuso lenee. Whkn Garfield was lnn«C'ratfd there was a great outburst ol utisb. We were at .ast to have a Piesi deot who would answer (o the White Hied or Dry den's poem. He was to he apotlei) und pure an tlie driven snow, lie was oistabiisb barmouy lv lhe Republican ranks and was to te a striking eoutra«t to the weak aud incompetent Hayes, and co on, ad nauseam. This man, who v.as lo l.uveievived tha beet traditions of the Republic, does not seem (o bave statted ofl very well. He has already disin tegrated hia party in tlie State of New York, aud bo bids fair to do tbis perfect work for his party friends in the country at The New York Herald, of May 23d, has tbe following juat hut severe com ments ou matters at Wasliirgtou under the Gartleld regime: "Tho public looks on with amuaement or careless unconcern, for the public is tired of the Repub lican party. The old superstition that something quite too awfully dreadful would happen to the coun try If the Republican party should cease to misgovern it, has no longer nearly as much terror as it used to bave. Dorsey dinners, Brady star routes, ludiunu two-dollar bills, and Hubbell letters have done a good deal in tlie last few mouths to disillusion huuest men, who really believed that their party was the cole repository of honesty, aud all tbe otber virtues. Tho Republican trlcketers and Jobber* have cried wolf, while they were leathering tbeir own nests, but tho respecta ble part of the country begins to see through them." Any one who.cightyeara ugo, had predicted that Arizona and New Mexico would soon be gridiroued with railways would have been looked upou as crazy. Until two years ago the capitalists of Boston aud New York kept, their purse etriugs tightly tied and no induce, uieut could be held out poweiful enough to extract a dollar from their hermetically sealed coders. The change since is something sim ply magical. It reminds 003 of nothing so much as of the man Who bus been habituated to strong drluk, who has controlled his appe tite for years, nnd who has gine iv at last for a mad carouse. That much mischief will lejult from over ruilway building wo do not doubt. A panic is certain to come, sooner or later, which will dwarf anything ever known iv ihe pre vious history of tbe United- States. Such a result is inevitable. Time wae when we thought that only one railway line would cross tbe Colorado Desert. Wo believe now that, within the next decade, tbere will he four or five of them. Whatever monetary convulsions may follow, when these roads have once been built, they will unques tionably be tun iv some fashion. Tbey will also do their work of de veloping tbe it sources of tho coun try And will enricli California and •specially Southern California, in calculably. Between 1865 and 1873 wa* tbe great era of railway build log in the United States. Prodi (leaof oonstiuction were achieved in tbat period which bave never been rivaled In the history of rail way building. Tbe last two yeara, however, bave been quite up to tbe average of those nine yeara; and, daring tbe last twelvemonth ea pcclally, there have been perfect miracles of construction. As many as thirty thousand men have been employed in. road-building on tbe various railways in the State of Texas, if we may ersdit the state ments of the newspapers. Such figures are truly colossal. When it comes to paying dividends upon the shares of these corporations somebody will unquestionably be out and Injured. It is not too much to say, however, that these railways will probably push Texas forward to a rivalry v.i:h New York and Pennsylvania iv popula tion and wealth during tbs next decade. That splendid and almost boundless commonwealth, which contains ample material for four or five States, will probably shortly point to the law which contem plated the creatiou of four Stutei; out of her territory and demand a division of ths present Common wealth Into two or more new States, with a view lo InoreMlng Texas influence in the Senato of the Baited States. It will uot be long, besides, before these railways will give New Mexico and Arizoua the requisite population for adtnis sion to the Union, while such v steady stream ol settlement will be directed towards Southern Califor nia tbat our pieseut unwieldy Commonwealth will be reconstruct ed ou logical principles, with a State of South California as the re sult. Thus, though many of the men who ate tutting up their money so lavishly for tlie building of railways, may bavo lo whistle for dividends, they are doiug a good and great work by winch this section will bu a marked gainer. We wish them God-speed. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. ISpeciai lo too llkuald y the western Unlou TelesrapU a PACIFIC COAST. STOCK RBFOBI . SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND XX- CilASliK BOARD. aoKKINU SESSION San Fbanciscc, Junes 695 Ophlr, IU 20 Alpha,4 10 tWMmiteail, 1251, 1130 8e1,<n<.r,3.25, 3SO 12% s.as,s»,s.ii, goo v ,i v, s .;, s; j 3 so, s.« »t« 8 ■* U, lo>j, ii';, 675 B Nevada. 175-i 15' i MO Utah, 1054, 010 Can., 1.00, I.U 100 Exchequer, 155 10-0 Havaje, 3 00,1 K 10 Sea; Belcber. 7 2,93 ConVa,4 25, 4.30, 3;0 Overman, 1.55, 4.85, 4.30 1.f.0 2-5 Choilar,27o SIO Uuion, lr.'i, 19% 7t5 Potosl, 3 CO, 3.45 1930 Andes, 2.2.), 2.30, 340 . 2.30 4so h a N', 4.n ISSlSScorpion, 2,2.05, 230 Point, lI.SU, 2.85 2 2 80 5, O Gate. 2.90, 2.85 115 Junket, 1(0, 4.55, 150 Sierra, 1.85 4."0 350 North Ex Utah, 40 Kentuck, 2, 2J 4 ' | 1.13 OPEN liOAItD-4 30 X It. lit Diablo, t/U n ; Union. Wis; Siena Nevada, IV\ b, 17% a; Chollur, 3 h; Baton ur, 3.65b, 3.70 a; ilale dt Norcross, 4.50 li Mexican, 13 s; Andes, 2% a; Crown Point, 3.255; Justice, 05c b, 81 a; Alta, 3.75 s; Manhattan, 2.70 b; Ophir, S l * s; Imperial, 20e b; Jacket, 4.85 a; Exchequer, l.tiO b; Wales, 1.45 b, 1)4 a; Con Virginia, 4.60 s; Poiosl, 3.75 s; scorpion, 2 b; Overman, 1.70 a; Silver Hill, 40c b; Utah, 11% b; Julia, 65ca; GouUlife Curry,9 s; Calllor nla, U b; Best ,v Belcber, IH b; Bullion, 1 s; Caledonia, 65c b; Albion, 3.20 b. Knittedi wires Workln m B 1 Uly. San Francisco, June S:h.—-The wiiei are working badly; news very thin. I'usveuiiom nuiuit uud ■ .-.t. Fresno, Cal., June B.—The foi lowing is the list of passengers for tho Houth and Kast on the train which passed this place at 5 P. H.i KM Railton, Oakland; Dr Brad ford, San Francisco; J D Duulap, Los Angeles; P Kofod, Tombstone; 8 Btillman, Han Bernardino; A Htillman, San Francisco; E Schief felin, Los Angeles; Mr Barney, San Francisco; J W Dolan, do; C Koruiuu, Jr, Virginia; Mis M A Dexter, Los Angeles; It S Weires, agent Coles's cirous, Loa Angeles; L Wolfskill, Los Augeles; B H O'Dalr, do; J W Wright, Antioch; C \V Clark, Bucrameuto; B Sedg wick, Oakland; M H Walsh, Mer ced; G lones, ban Francisco; Mrs Koge, San Francisco; M Saal, do; R M Howluud, do; W C Jackson, Washington Territory; J E Bum ster aad three children, San Fran cisco; Miss Tonarliu, Omaha; Miss Floyd, Terre Haute; Mrs 8 N Mil ler, Washington; Miss Nelie, do; Mr Tousey, Omaha, rile Gv.ty Trial— 'I'lio li. |i v lanf ou UK, BllHllll. Redwood City, June S.—Grcal merriment was Civ-ed by the cross-examlDatioii uf Jenkins by District, Attorney Rowley. The strong Irish brogue of tho witness and his quaint replies elicited laugbted irom all present—Court, jury and defendant all Joining. Thomas Hurley testified as in the first trial to the scuffling of Gray aud Glancey and their disap pearance in the Occidental Hotel. Thomas Nixon swore that one could stauil with one foot on the sidewalk and one foot in the vesti bule nf the Occidental; could see all of the side door, except four or five inches next to the door Jamb; Gluncey would hove been com pelled to re-enter the hall from the reading room In order for witness Jenkins to see him. Judge D. P. Hatch was examined regarding tbe threats made by Gray against Glaucey In the Mor ris House on the night of the 10th of September, after the li rat artiole appeared. He did not remember the exact language used; was not In Santa Barbara oa tho night the second article appeared. The witness saw Steams after tho Su preme Court decided that thero would be no county election. The latter said that perhaps it would be tbe better course for tbe Pretn to say nothing further against Gray. Clarence Gray was placed ou the wltneea stand In hia own defense. He gave a much weaker statement tban oo tbe former trial. Tbe the ory of accidental shooting was not presented nearly at effectively. Tbe witness abed no tears and as sumed a bullying ratber tban a eorrowful manner. He waa bitter in bis denunciations of Steams, Tebbett* and others, aud contra* dieted Winobestur. He laid great etreea upon his Intention to,cow bide Steams and bis preparations to ehoot bim If be resisted. While hie testimony wae substantially at in tho former trial, his manner of I giving It was materially different. ; Belf-defen.se Heme to be his great reliance. Tile cross-examination will commeuc-» to-morrow morning and all tbe evidence will probably be ln before neon. There lias beon a grjat revulsion of feeling against uray since the beginning of the trial. Tbe prose cution Ins been much stronger and the defense muob weaker than at Santa Barbara. aß e real Melfca tnfftw efestee— fe-ri>b f, a I ..ml <-~'>., ! Tucson, June B—A special to the Mar from Tombstone gives tha particulars of nn important dls> eovery In southwest New Mexico. S una time since J. <J. Trumau, A. Cross and J. 8. Parko organized a party to pruspeot tbe Guadalupe mountains, and while in the foot hills of that rauge, eight miles from the Mexican border, about tbe same dlstenoe from tbo Arizoua line, coal waa discovered lv large quantities, iteceut mountain tor rents, caused by a cloud burst, io sweeping through the arroyos, bad cvi. a channel so deep that veius of coal from two to ten leet In width were uncovered. After taUiug up tbe lands, Mt. Truman and ills party were attacked by Indians in Skeleton eafion aud driven off. Troops nre vow en route to the scene from Fort Bowie. Serlldo Leou und a man named Pesqueiia, two prominent Mexican citizens of this place, got iuto au altercation last night concerning water rights. The difficulty cul tuiuuted iv Pesqueira striking Leon over tlie head with a shovel, break iug the skull and exposing tbe brain. Pesqueira claims that Leon attempted to draw a pistol upon him. The injured inau will proba bly die. Pesquaira is in jail, pend ing Ibe result of tlio injuries. Frarlal rail. TOMBSTONK, June Bth.—A man fell four hundred feet in the Head Center shtil;, passing through the inch boards at tlio 100 foot level. He waa picked up like a jelly at the bottom. i.ovhi.: r ef British tolumbm. Victoria, Juuo Bth.—Senator Cornwall has beeu offered and has accepted the position of Governor of this proviuco. He is a descend ant in a direct litio of a son of King John of England. EASTERN. Arfjwur: m*vi Beeointlon I—m Of.r. ALBANY, June Slli.—The Senate coucuiroiit reaolutiou for sine die adjournment on the 10.h lust, was laid over. Too Jtfrw Unmivetoir* H^uatuixuip CoNOOBD, N. H i June Btb.—The Senato bas decided to usk the Su preme Cuirt for ita opinion as to the legality of the election of a U. 8. Senator at tho present sesalou to fill the place of Senator Rollins, whoso term expires in 18S3. The Democrat*, voted solid ugaiust it. J'o*i«-r Kanonitilacail ley tNuvrriinr. . Cleveland, Juneß,—Foster was renominated for Governor by the Republican Convention hy accla mation. Ssnator Sherman made a stirring speech as permanent Presi dent. J. J. Richards, of Jefferson county, was nominated for Lieu tenuut Governor. Vrti-rnu* or tlio AOUT '»! (Uo : ol - mac t it brnlisil. llaiitford, June S.—The parade in honor of the Veterans of the Ar my of lhe Potomac to-day was a suo3eas. General Sherman re viewed tho First Regiment of tbe Stato Militia, Governor Bigelow and stall, the Secretary of War, Governors Littlefleld, of Rhode Is land, Hoyt, of Pennsylvania, and Plaisted, of Maine, assisting, and the crowd cheering. ntieriir Killed. Danville, Va., June Bth.—Jesse Smith shot uud killed Frank Baker, Sheriff', who had a warrant for his arrest. Smith escaped, femicide <<f a Ballvoac) fooducitr. St. Louis, Mo., June B.—Albert Garrett, a well-known oooduotor ou the Missouri Pacific, shot him self through the head fatally this morning. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve In the world for cuts, bruises, aores, ulcers, ealt rheum, fever lore*, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corn.-, uud ull kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case or money refunded. Price 25 conts per box. For sale hy Helnzeman & Ellis, wholesale agents, Los Angeles, Buy your drugs and medicines at Heiuzeman & Ellis's. NEW TO-DAY. MONEY TO LOAN On roul estate security at low rates and no commliHlou churned. Addresti V. O. Bos. 481. city. Je9 FOR SALE CHEAP. MY IfOUHE AND LOT, on Bunker Flill avenue, near Second street; con venient to Normal school and free from dust. WM. D. STEPHENS, Jut Boom S3, Temple Block. AC. Proprietor of the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Begs to Inform tho publicthat he spreads a rUNE LUNCH and keeps EXCEL LENT LIQUORS. Ho also gives a FINE MEAL for 23r. The public are cordially Invited to give him a rail. Jeatf Teutonia Hall, NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING Frohlinger & Mathieson, PROPRIETORS. *W WINES. LIQUORS, BEER, ALE and CIGARS of tbe best brands. aarZiUNOHBS of all kinds supplied on short notice. felttt J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner of First and Fort streets. •arßusrgles. spring wagons and saddle horses to hire. Double team and bugey.aday............|8.(10 Two horses aud spring wagon, a day. 2.60 Horse and buggy, per day.....™....™. 2.60 Hall a day—„ _.„.. 1.60 ••-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, atttf NEW TO-DAY. TURNVEREIN HALL Saturday, June 11, 1881. THE GREAT ORIGINAL New Orleans Colored Minstrels AND BRASS BAND! CHALET, MORSE & CO I'roprlelors. F. F. Mokse , Mnnager HkMiY Mehoen ...Mu.-doal Director H l miv Hamdin Stage Manager Paul C. Blum Business Manager Haiiry West _ Advance Agent 4 END MEN 4 10 COMEDIANS IO 20 ARTISTS 20 20 MUSICIANS 20 THE GREAT HAMOEN QUARTETTE VALENTINE VOX, PREMIER VENTRILOQUIST OF THE AGE, using six lire-size figures. HENRY MEHDEN, THE WONDERFUL MUSICAL PROD IGY, Leader of Brass Band uud 9 OOHNET SOLOIST. UK AND STREET PARADE BY THE BRAES BAND, SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 3 P. M. POIM LAR PRICES OF ADMISSION. aay Reserved seats at the usual place. Doors open at 7 P. a. Curtain rises at 8 sharp. JlKd TURNVEREIN HALL JUNE istli. Grand Concert! MENDELSSOHN Quintette Club, (OF boston;, And the Ei-.tinguiabed Prima Donna, MISB MARIE NELUNI. alcml-em of the Mendelssohn Quintette Club: LSI DOR 'CHNITZLKR, First Violin, ERNST THIELE, Second Violin. THOMAS RYAN, Ist Viola an! Clarionelto. WILLIAM SCHADE, 2d Viola and Flute. Herr Frederick Ciose, Solo Violoncello to tho King of Holland. This Rcnownod Club, whoso record of more than THIRTY YEARS OF SUC CESSIVE TRIUMPHS is known to lovers of music throughout the land, is tho most perfect combination cf its character on this Continent, and is in the front rank of similar organizations in the world. WeilEKila! MBg, 8 o'clock. K7" TICKETS, with reserved seat, $1; ot Wangeman's Music Store. je'Jtd JJE SURE TO GO AND SEE THE Grand Moving Diorama THIS EVENING, AT TURNVEREIN HALL. S»"ONLY ONE NIGHT!-CO SW Admission, 23c; Children, IQo.^f Strange, But True 258,000 PAIRS OF BOOTS —-AND — SHOES AT NET COST! 258,000 Pairs of Boots & Shoes under one Roofl We Carry the Largest Stock In our line in Southern California. We are selling as muoh as any two shoe stores in town. Why Is it? Be cause we are by -far Cheaper than the Cheap est, far Better than the Best. We are selling AT NET COST for 30 days. Whisper It to your friends! The Great Half-Price SHOE HOUSE, Opposite the P. O LEWIS BROS. BRANCH OF THE PACIFIC! Ocean Houso, Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica. »a-Flrst-Class ln Every Re&rect.-ca This pnpular bouse having been thor oughly renovated and refitted, ls open tor the acoommodatlon of the publlo. THE TABLE will be supplied With all be luxuries the market aaords. MRS. S. BAYLEY, apaotr Proprietress. (ST Cl ■ dayacQoma. Agents wanted WANTS- LOST—FOUND. Wanted! A GOOD OARRIAGE KOBU to drive single. Apolytol.J. UItOOM, street, the fruit Factory. J7 3t Wanted. 180 WOMEN AND t'.IRLS.-Women and girls (above il ,eITS] who would like to engage work f)r 1 Ue season at the Southern Calllornla Packing Company's Cannery will apply at ottos to Mr. J. J. QROOM, at the fact >ry, near tho covered bridge, or to Mr. A. B. JUDSi'N, ut the office of Jiulsou, Gillette ■ Gibson. ot-d-Jeo-wl SIO REWARD. Lost or strayed, ou Tuesday. May Bd. from the Virtues Ranch, A UAY MAKE, brauded (01 ou thu left hip. Teu Dollars reward will be paid fur Ihe return of the mare to Nordholt's store, corner of First and Los Angeles streets. 1U)8-1LU FOUND! A place where a fine cop ot COFFEE or POT OF TEA, Wllh NICE LUNCH, can he had, .A. T SMITH' H. No. s TiCMfljlf: ST. mtg-tl ' FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE. C'/J OF FOUR ROOMS, ?J>£c«Jvf lot 05x130 with plenty ol good water aud Improvements, opposite University, West Lo.s Augeles. Inquire on premises. j.'-lw AUCTION SALE. To be sold by public auction. If not pre viously disposed of by private sale, on HaTCRDAY NEXT, lhe llth inst., at 11 o'clock A. M.. the FURNITURE, CAR PETS, PICTURES, etc., of the Hotel de Paris, opposite the Pico House. J7td FOR SALE. AN IMPROVED PLACE AT SOUTH SANTA MONICA, with house, a well or good water, with Adams windmill and tank of dmO gallons; also, a small or chard and 500 shude trees: six lots in alt, two fenced Jn. Prloe, $900. Address, OCEAN HOUSE, Santa Monica. JS-lw Commercial copy. FOR_SALE. IMPROVED RANCH OF ISO ACRES, being NE % Heo. 20, T. 1 S., R. M W., 8. B. M., being four miles southwest from the Court House. Title, Government Patent. Water right perpetual. Tho laud ls ln tbe highest state of cultivation. Fruit trees on place; good well; finished house of six rooms; out-buildlngß, wlnd-mlli, etc. For price and particulars apply to "La Esperanza store," lus Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. Jc7-lm •X'O LET. NEWLY FURNISHED Sunny Rooms, at No. a FIRST STREET, only a few steps from the Postomce. m'^l-lin iFoS SA.3L.IiJ. THE FURNITURE COMPLETE Of A LODGING HOUSE, CHEAP. Enquire at Mott Building, No. 48 Spring street, near the Postomce. Jiilw A GREAT BARGAIN. FIVE ACRES OW LAND on "Washing ton street, west of Figueroa street, for sale very cheap. Inquire by letter un der Cypher U., Herald office. Jeltf REMOVED. MADAME LECROU has amoved her Dressmaking aud Buurick Pattern Es tablishment to No J3U MAIN ST., next to MclJonald Block.. jol-lm FOR SALE. An interest in a well eslabllnhed, pav ing MANUFACTURING BUSINESS; from $1(11)0 to S.VJOO eapltal required. Also, A DWELLING HOt'sE, centrally lo cated. Address R, Herald oUlce. mIS-lm FOB SALE. SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGE*, three aud four rooms; Hue location; spieudid luvestmeut. C. WHITE, my6-3in Room 4i> Temple Block. FOR SALE. Furultthed or unfurnished, A BEAUTI FUL RESIDENCE, nearly now uud nice ly furnished, containing seven rooms, bath-room, etc., with all necessary mod ern Improvements, lucluding hot and cold water and gas throughout the house. Also, servants' room, storeroom, wash room, wood-room, etc. The whole lot beautifully Improved, the rear contain ing from 18 to i! 4 choice assorted fruit trees In beurlug. Apply on the premises, 139 Fort street. my27-2w FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly loca'ed and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one block from Postomce. dSltf BOARD A. IN 13 ROOM, AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUN ny front room, hot and cold water, southern exposure, in a private family, In the most desirable part of tho city. Apply to Mrs. H.C.STaKIN, first house on north slue of Orange street. Just oil Pearl aud Sixth street. m.Mm LAND FORMATE SOU ACRES of the best fruit or agri cultural in in! ut $10 per ucte, north ofthe Hunter Ranch, ou the river, with right of water. Inquire of T. E.ROWAN, 73 Downey Block, or of the owner, W. C. B, RICHaRDSOjN* near the premises. m'tUNni'd.! w FOR SALE.* A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF NO ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard and vineyard of 20 acres. Inquire or A. W. POTTS, County Clerk'a offlce. m25-lw Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. WSPAdOUS P UtLORS, Floe Suites, and Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern eouvonlences. av-THE TABLE supplied with tho best the market affords. feffltf MRS. M. H.KIMBALL. Prop. A Gentle Horse and Fine Bas ket Phaeton Can be purchased of the subscriber for $iuo caßh. Reason for selling at such low figure—owner obliged to go East. The HORSE is perfectly sound and kind and has always been a great pet; Is seven years old; can be driven single or double and has considerable speed, lie ls also a most superior saddle horse. The PH-ICTON Is handsomely uphol stered and of stylish make. A broad seat and high back render It very comforta ble. It Is practically new, having been used but tbree months. A serviceable harness, whip and simi lar furnishings will be given gratis to the purchaser. Address, by letter, and I will answer In person, with tho establishment, or call on 00RNKLIUS SLEIGHT, directly opposite ths Episcopal Church, Bad Gab rislToaJ. jesU .NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SIEGEL'S. Extremely LOW PRICES HAVE MADE Trade Rushing THE PAST WEEK At Siegel's. Our polity of making large sales and small profits tells. The people under stand the meaning of the term, "Knor mous Sales and Small Profits.'* Our Low Prices suit the masses, and the ex cellent qnallly of our goods pleases all. It lsour Intention to "SELL" Goods and maintain the lead In our lino. Bargains in Shirts. 1 W DOZEN" CALICO SHIRTS AT OOc. EACH. SIO DOZEN PERCALE SHIRTS, sep arate cuffs and collars, warranted fast colors, at 75c. 47 DOZEN FRENCH PERCALE SHIRTS, latest style, separate cull's and collars, at SI.SO. Also, a large variety or GENTS' COL ORED FULL-FINISHED HOSE at aoc. EVERYTHING la tho lino of GENTLE MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS of the Best Quality, at POPULAR PRICES! SIEGEL'S, 56 Main Street, Corner Commercial, Los <lQge.es. ujrlo GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT AND LADIES' FAIR, IN AID OF THE Church of Our Saviour, AT THE NEW, MAMMOTH BUILDING L.J. Rose, Esq, Sunny Slope, SAN GABRIEL, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE lOTH, Admission. - - 81.00. Parties of six can get conveyance at Ferguson & Rose's stables at il each; un der six at 51.60 each. OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, No. UU Main SI., Catdon > Block. Tho table will lie furnished Willi the he.st that can be procured ln the market. Regular meals, 25 cts. ay ICE-CREAM SALOON connected with the restaurant. ms4-lm CHAS. WENZEL, Prop'r. PHILIP & BALDWiN, FIRE A LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY' Real Estate anu Stock Brokers, NO. B7 MAIN HTRKET, JUtf Key West Cigar Store, NO. 78i MAIN STREET, LANFRANOO BLOCK SIM ISAACB. : I PROPRIETOR Manufacturer ot FINE CIGARS and dealer In IMPORTED CIGARS aud all lines of Smokers' Articles. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED, mrttf LIVERY STABLE. HORSES BOARDED at JOHNSON'S FEED STABLE, IS ALISO ST., at $7 per month. Best of hay feed and good csre taken. Also, stable room to rent at per month. my!7tf -A- CARD.—To those wbo wlsn t<» have removed oerma nently SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, FRKCK LES, LIVER SPOTS, BLACK WORM H, Moles, eto., 1 will send you a recipe that will cure you free of charge. V. POPPEK, 127 Montgomery street, San Franolaoo. Send a self addressed en velope. m2B-lm HAIR GOODS." MRS. K. SMITH, having been with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will con tinue business at their old place. Mrs. Smith ls prepared to do all kinds of hair work In tne best and latest styles. Re member the place, NO. «• SPRING ST. lu2B-1 ra . THOMAS FARRALL, Late of Sao Franelaoo, has opened a nrst-class Merchant Tailoring: EBTABLIBHUENT, AT IW MAIN STREET, Los Angeles He ts a practical tailor and cotter of 16 ' years years experience. He bas oat In be beat boasts Beat and la Ban Franols o. Hia uraaa ara very reasonable. sarOall aad sis aim. at!Kf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CITYOFTARIS 17 & 19 Spring St., LOS A KTGrELES, Cal. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE! COMPRISING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OY SpringlSummer Importations TO COMMENCE MONDAY, : : : : JUNE 6th, And Continue for Thirty Days, Luring which time we will offisr a number of REAL BARGAINS! To trlaoli wii call Uie attention ol tbe public: Present Former Price. Price. 100 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at BJo. per yard, 12io 75 Pieces 4 4 French Lawus at I2jn " 200 50 Pieces Linen Lawn at 250 " Alio 100 Pieces White Marseille ut 8,3 " 12jc 200 Pieces 4-4 Drees Linen at 200 " 300 100 Pieces Figured Tasso Lineu at BJo " 20o' 50 Pieces all-wool Black Momies at 25c " 50i 50 Pieces all-wool Cashmere, comprising all the New Summer Shades, at 50a " 750 25 Pieces 45 luches wide, all-wool Black Cash mere at 75c " $1.25 35 Pieces all-wool Blege, 42 iuchea wide, at 02Jc " $1.00 Mohairs, Buntings, Shoodas, Plaids, etc., SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ! 500 New Style Sunttner Skirts at...50c. each Farmer price, $1 00 250 Shetland Shawls at 700. each Former price, $1 25 250 Shetland Shawls at $1 00 each Former price, $1 60 200 Ladies' Linen Ulsters at $2 00 each Former price, $8 50 150 Ladle*' Cloth Ulsters at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00 109 Ladies' Linen Circulars at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00 1000 I)OZEl> LADt£&' THREE-BUTTON KID CLOVEB Reduced to 50c. per pair 250 Summer Parasols at 40a Former price, 75ots. 150 Silk Brocade Parasols at $2 00 Former prloe, $3 50 100 Silk Brocade, lined nn I lace trimmed, $3 50 Former price, $6 00 GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT. 100 Men's Bluo Flannel Suits at $ 7 50...Former price, SIO 00 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $10 C 0... Former price, $13 00 75 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $12 00...Former price, $15 00 100 Men's Black Diagonal Coats aud Vests, $ 9 00...Former price, $12 00 50 Men's Black Diagonal Coats and Vests, $12 50... Former prloe, $16 00 200 Men's Cassimere Suite $ 9 00.„ Former price, $12 00 150 Men's Cassimere Suits $10 00...Former prloe, $13 50 100 Men's Cassimere Suite $1100...Former prloe, $15 00 100 Children's Linen Suits at $150 Former price, $2 50 75 Children's Linen Suits at $2 00 Former price, $3 50 100 Boy.' Lineu Suits uf 12 25 Former prloe, $4 00 Children's, Boy's and Youth's Cassi mere Suits Reduced in the Same Proportion! Same Sweeping Reductions in HOUSEHOLD LINENS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, Gent's Furnishing Goods, CASSIMERE AND STRAW HATS,' LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES, MEN'S and BOYS' BOOTS and SHOES. EUGENE METER & CO., 17119 Spring St., Los Angeles ilii.M il fitllS nf ~">■ iVilTiTi i 1 Jif .i ■ mm' r in J T>afl