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FBI DAY JUNE 10, 1881.
Herald Steam Printing House. The laeUltles ef the Hxrald Steam Printing House tor doing Job work are not aarpaaaed ln California outside of San VmnoJsoo and Sacramento. All work en trusted to as will be executed with neat- Bess and dispatch at the lowest living rates. ■■■vial. NOTICE. Hereafter notices of companies, socie ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted In the Bbbald as paid advertisements. We reserve, tor Places of Worship, a grat is directory,, which will appear every Bandar morning. Tub peculiar plight of Santa Monies tbla year, left as she is without anything like adequate ho tel accommodations, ls to be la mented. We bave no hesitation ln expreseing it as our belief, how ever, that wbat seems abandonment le really but tbe prelude to renewed life and real development. A little bird whispers to us that, when cer tain ohanges in title have been re corded In the ownership of the San Vicente ranoh and Santa Monioa town-site, there will come a brave change for the better over the pret ty town by the eeaside. What has been done so royally near Monterey will unquestionably be duplicated, la tbe near future, at Santa Moni es, or a great transcontinental op portunity will have been lost. .What between the Southern Pacifio and tbe Atchison, Topeka and San ta Fe railways the great capabili ties ef Santa Monioa as a watering plaoe, pleasure resort and, ulti mately, a commercial poiut, will not be neglected much longer. If the wretched Czar, who is now about to coop himself up in Peter hof, at tbe mouth of the Neva, would come out and grant hie peo ple a constitutional government, be would at least escape assassination at tbe bands of the Nihilists. It is true tbat bis noblee would tben probably cook bis imperial goose, but be would at least have tbe con eolation of dying lv vindication of a tine piinciple, like Henry nf Na varre. . In whatever key Lv , ..cliee hie policy, he has a fjret clase chance of dying. He is between tbe devil and the deep blue sea, be tween Bcylla aud Cbarybdis. Ho la really au exalted sacrifice which will be regarded by the hisloriau as part expiation for ugts of misrule In Russia. He has already com mitted the fatal mistake of show ing that he is easily scared. A Nicholas or a Peter thu Great might succeed In intimidating au aroused psople, but neither of the Alexanders, father nor ton, wus born of that stern breed which might, for awhile, arrest revolution by unshrinking personal courage and ferocity. For some six weeks past a grad ually growiog stock market bas been wltue.-ced in Sau Francisco. If tbis, iustead of being a mere "deal," ls bastd upou knowledge of coming developments on tbat historic lode, and II tbey sball take the shape of a large bullion output, similar to the Consolidated Vir ginia and California, or even to tbe Crown Point and Belcher bonan zas, Ban Francisco will again bave an opportunity to establish heisslf on a etable and reliable basis. The bulk of such a coin dispensation would go to swell the volume of treasure In that city; and, if Its people are wise enough tv start manufactures and substantial in dustries, importing tho skill and intelligent supervision needed to make tbem a succtsa, the Golden Gate will soon forget its latest pe riod of adversity, wbich has now lasted nearly four years. But there are several "if»" in our postulate, and that little word, even wben employed only ouce, Is often fatal to roseate pictures. There may, in reality, be no new bonan zas hi the Comstock lode; and, granting tbat tbere are such, the people of San Francisco may not be wise enough to utilize them In the manner suggested. The sub junctive mood crops up so often in tbe foregoing remarks that one feels as If oue had come out at tbe same hole one went iv at, with the result of leaving San Francisco, for some years to come, in the most dubious position of any city on this const. The presence In Los Angeles of two such thoroughbred Democratic leaders as Col. Joseph P. Hoge aud Judge W. W. Cope is an agreeable Incident to Democrats hereabouts. Col. Hoge is one of the grandest old war horses of Ihe country. He wonld'n't touch au office witb a forty-foot pole, but hehas timsand tine again given bis utmost ener gies to the party cause. His friends ■re delighted lo no:o his splendid vigor end to augur from his pro nounced vitality many years of a bale and green oid age, when the time sball come for bim to ooufess himself old. Tbere is nothing In tbe gift of tbe Democratio party of tbla BUte of whleb Col. Hoge is not eminently worthy and which would not bave been his at tbe •UgbUet expreselon of a wish to held offloe. Judge Cope Is another Wieoratlo "eta!wart," wbo bu vtjpffe**** honor oa tbe bar •ad bench of California, graolog its oourt of last appeal with distin guished acceptance, and whose courtly and winning ways bave made him a prime favorite all over the State. These distinguished Demoorats have alternated, duriDg tbeir stay, between tbe Sierra Madre Villa and Santa Monica. They express themselves highly delighted with their experiences of Los Angelas county. They came for rest and quiet aud return to the metropolis muoh benefited In health. We heartily hope that we shall see them here often in the fu ture. The latch-strings of Los An geles oounty will always hang out for botb. THAT :ves a sensational episode in tbe Legislature at Albany yea terday, wben Assemblyman Brad ley aroie and announced that he had received $2500 to change bl* vote from ex-Senator Piatt to Chauooey M. Depew, aud tbat he handed tbe money thus reclved over to the Chairman. Mr. Depew is understood to be the special pet of Mr. William H.Vauuerbilt, and was one of Piatt's opponents at the late Senatorial election, with v strong moneyed and corporation support. Daring the present con test tbs friends of tho adnaioistra tlon have centered upon Depew, aad tbe announcement ot the at tempted bribery ol Bradley will fall like a bomb into the ranks of tbe Half-Breeds. Alvord'i sugges tion tbat the raocey canio from the other side Is ab;urd in ths highest degree. In tbe first place, Conkllng bas no money aud has never Iden tified himself witb the corporations, wbicb have money aud scrip. In the second place, however arrogant and domineering he may have been, he has always carried the punctilio of personal honor to an extreme. As the case standi,, the Half Breeds seem to have pros tituted tbe fight of Qarfleld, and if Bradley's allegation is believed in Albany, by those best qualified to judge of the circumstances und their environment, tbe adminis tration, however Conkling and Piatt may fare in their aspiration for re-election, has covered itself with Infamy. There ia oue aspect of Los Au geles to-day wbicb, iv our opinion, requires somewhat extended com ment. Entieuchtd as we are, aud always have been, in the belief tbat, take it for all iv ull, there is no spot iv the world comparable to Los Angeloe, we have nevertheless yielded to '.he depression which preceded what we are persuaded will bu a phenomenal "boom," in which tbe Orange Grove City will go away up head. Six mouths ago Los Angeles sloughed oil the skin which repicfante commercial depression, v drouth uud a small pox epidemic, and now she stands forth, ill common with all South ern California, as tlio most inter esting section of the American continent. It was Goetbe wbo said, "atteud to the beautiful, the useful will take care of itself." Fortunately, in this section, we are dispensed Irom au observance of this Injunction of the poet. The beautiful co abounds here, in climate and vegetation, iv confor mation of hill and valley, in tint of sunset and sunrise, that all tbat is needed Is that we should have re gard to the prosaic and useful. In this connection, In view of tbe completion of a new transconti nental railway below the suow belt, and, also, In view of the ad mitted equability of our climate, we ought to have at Los Angeles a bote! adapted to the large invalid class which would naturally seek our oity if it could fiud the proper accommodations. We undoubtedly have at present several exoellent hotels,,which afford perfect accom modation to the ordinary business and traveling public. It would be bypercriticlsm to deny tbe fact that we have, In Los Angeles to day, at least two hoUia which meet all the demands of the healthy traveling community and which may justly bu called lirst class. But there is another element of tbe traveling communi ty wbich, since the junction of the Southern Pacific and Atchison, Topeka aud Santa Fe railway, re quires to be provided for—we al lude to the invalid class. Tbere is really not In the world, outside of San Diego and Santa Barbara, a olimate which, taking the year through, is a patch upon that of Los Angeles. The climates of Nice and Mentone, and of the Mediter ranean coast of Africa, is really but a travesty of our exquisite temper ature. As a matter cf fact, we do not know thirty disagreeable days in the year io Los Angeles. At least thrso hundred aud thirty-five of the three hundred aad sisty-flvo are perfection. What we need Is a joint stock hotel, not necessarily in the heart of the oity, wbere, In addition to luxurious oentral appointments, there sbould be numerous cottages, wblob. would guarantee to wealthy invalids the privacy of a home, with the Incident of the gaiety of hotel lobbies, parlors, billiard rooms, eto., which are always ab stractly deeirable. Should each a hotel be provided, we are confident tbat Loa Angeles will, In the near future, overflow witb wealthy valetndinariana. A gentleman wbo baa an extensive acquaintance In New York, telle na that, during tbe peat winter, at tenet seventy flve wealthy invalids oame to Loe Angeleefroß.U>»t olty and State, and left because adequate hotel ao- coinmodation9 were uot lv ex istence, if our wealthy meu shall show tho propor spirit of enterprise, Los Augeles will shortly be the sanitarium of tho American conti nent. Tbere would really, from this time forth, be lurge money, in tho shape of dividends, in suoh en enterprise. From the Washington Gardens to tho Unman Catholic Colleje grounds Ihe sites for such a hotel would be abundant. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Mpeetai l v tne tiauALii y tho Westere Union Telegraph a PACIFIC COAST. IA v XT. v-iotSCO STOCK ami EX ch AN'iß gOAHI), ■OftWtMfll KBUXOM han Francisco, Juue 0 4)0 Ophlr, s%blo, rOO Bullion, 105 fc 3 . 510 KxohnQiier.l.6s, 480 MoAlonn, 13Ji 1.70, 1.75 2(0 <4 * Oi 8: i 460 Overiuau, 1.70, MM bah, isu, MM 1.68 315 OKI", 2.10, 4.13, 22J0 Justice, 1.05,1.10, 2.10 1.15 395 Savage, 3 95, 4 170 Union, 14% 1125 Don Va, 4.00,4.56 IjUOAlta, 4.16,4.10, 210 Kontuck, 2>i, 8.20, 2.25, 2.20 2.45 165 Andes, 2.46, 2.60 800 Iwlnher, 3.55,3.50 500 Soorpton, 2.15, 3.75 2.10,2.05 120 Contldence, 4 S3, Benton, 05c, il, 4.70 1.15, 1.20 486 9 Nevada. 17J a , K0 Capital, 1.15 IS 60 Q bate. 2.85 20 Chollar,2 95 1000 Sierra, 1.75,1,10, 5J Utah, Ilk, Wit 1.85, I.M 11 s.lO 210 Alpha, 4 50 OPEN BOARD—4 50 f. M. Caledonia, OOob; Julia, 60c b; Con Vir ginia, 4.45 s; Potosl, 3.7 Us; Union, 14 s; Ophlr.K>4 k; Calllornla, 2s; Sierra Neva da, 175j s; Chollar, 2%b; Jacket, tti b, b% a; Alta, 4.25 s; Beloher, 3.66 b, 3.70 a; Overman, 1.60 5: Bullion, Ib, 1.05 a; Poto sl, 2% a; Hale A Norcross, 4.50 a; Mexi can, 13 s; Gould ± Curry, 85i b, By, a; Sav age, 3.935; Crown Point, 3.25 a; Justice, l.io a; Cala, 2b; Best at Belcher, 16 s; Scorpion, 2 h; Benton, 95c b, tl a; Savage, 3.y5b; Imperial, 20c h. Fresno, Cal., Juue B.—The foi lowing is the list of passengers for tbe South and Fast ou the train which passed tbis place at 5 p. M.: August Meyer, Los Angeles; Ber trand Laesere, do; Minnie Yokum, do; Mre F M Morse, do;C J Welti r, do; Mr* L Stone, do; Mrs F C Requa, i 1,,; Mrs C Levi, do; E 3 Qreenleaf, do; Mrs B Fried, do; W H Ralston, tip; F J White, do; Marshall Blinu, Tombstone; L W Bllnn, do; Mrs C C Wright, do; B C Morehouse, do; John Wasson and wife, Tucson; H Horton and wife, do) Miss Aiii; Dupree, do, A I'eult'uarl'tn Detnf, San Francisco, June 9th.—Gil bert Frogler died iv this cily yes terday, uged 100 years und 7 months'. Frogler was was born in St. Johns, N. 8., but had resided iv this ciiy for more than thirty years. Until recently he had been in good health. At the age of 98 he maireeJ again, his wife surviving him. K-tiiu,3 D »*J — l';»e Dmsi el *«>iiiii*-r --tauit—lSiseiteis ef liriiui OfUoeiN. San Francisco, June 9th.— John V. f ultou, an employe at tbe Duport Powder Works, was found dead at Oakland last night along side the railroad track. It Is sup posed he fell trom a train. The Duke of Southerland and party visited Palo Alto farm to day and inspected Governor Leland Stanford's stock of thoroughbred borses. Tbey also took in Belmont and tbe Spring Valley reservoirs. The Grand Grove of Druids of California to-day elected tbe fol lowing officers: N. G. A., E. MaglunU; D. G. A. Philip Bohr bacher; G. S., Henry A. Chase; G. T., Charles Weber; G. M. Henry Wulff; G. G., L. Alexander; Trus tees, George Peckham, L. G. Scbord und F. Stand, ttntbee ou fire—Tha Whole difjr In rem. San Francisco, Juno 9—A big fire Is raging In Quebec. The loss ls already over ©1,000,000. There Is a panic among tbe inhabitants and fears are entertained that the entire city may be destroyed, tut tit ir Trial— Testimony Closed. Redwood City, June 9ib.—Tbe article lv the Press of September 25tb, beuded "Assault with a dead ly weapon," which Steams direct ed Huae to write, was offered aud read. The defence rests. John S. Bell, in rebuttal, testified tbat tbo pistol carries Henry rifle cartridges; saw it kill a deer at one hundred yards, crushing through its ribs. John Dockery says that Gray told him while In jail during the former trial, that be waa not sorry or ashamed of anything he had done; all he was sorry for was that it was not Steams instead of Glau oey; that it was tbe wrong man. Testimony closed. Thomas will make the opening argument for tbe prosecution. C.inlleld and Thornton speak for the defense. Jones will close. The Court ad journed until to-morrow morning to allow counsel to arrange instruc tions. Baltrusd Mews. Tucson, June 9:h.—A S/ar spe cial from £1 Paso says: The rails of the Southern Pacific will belaid to Yrleta, Texas, on tbe 13th. The graders aro twenty miles ahead of the traok-layere. Both parties are advancing at tbe rate of one and a naif miles pur day. The treck of the A. T. uud 8. F. will be laid to Bl Paso to-morrow. A Yuma special saye: The sur veying party of the hi. P. U. B. ar rived at Yuma yesterday aud will commence the preliminary survey of tbe railroad from Yuma to Port Isabel on the Gulf of Califoruia. A Sbakspeare, N. M., special aays: Alfred James Smith, a United States Deputy Surveyor from Silver Cify, died suddenly to day of heart disease. Ho was a na tive of England. Ssoleas, v. Tombstone, June 9.—Pyle was sentenced lo four years in tbe Yu ma penitentiary. Calisher's case comes up as the next term of court. Bail, $3000. EASTERN. uaiaa is ai«u«. Galveston, June 9th. —A single highwaymen, masked, stopped tbe Frederlekeburg etage, on board ef wbleh were roar paeeengere wltb tbe driver and rifled tbe mall nnd robbed tbe paeeengere. .v jJlsmmmmemmmmmmni Brlb-rr In tue New York Senatorial Cms leal. Albany, June 9th.—Assembly —The adjournment resolution dls oussed. Bradley rose to a question of privilege and statsd that be had reseived $2500 to pay him if be would vote for Chauucey M. De* pew Instead of Piatt, which sum be had handed over to the Speak sr. He therefore asked for a oommlttee of Investigation. The Speaker corroborated bis statement and aaid he had tbe money In bis pocket. Alvord suggssted that tbe mouey had oome from the other side. The Chair stated that tbe ques tion was on the appointment of a committee of investigation. Brooks hoped tbe committee would be appointed, attended by a stenographer and sergeant-at-arms aud have power to send for persons and papers. The resolution was adopted unan imously. Russell moved that this commit tee have power to extenil their j oris diction tv auy otber similar case. Adopted. The Chairman atiunuooed tbe question to be on the resolution for tlnal adjournment on the 10th Inst. Draper moved to lay the resolu tion ou the table till after the Joint Convsution met, it now being four minutes to 12. Carried. joint Conveutiou vote: Conkling 34, Jacobs 49, Wheeler 23, Rogers 14, Cornell 16. Laphani 'J, Tremalno 3, Folger 2, Bradley 1, Butcher 1, Harris 1. The vote ou Piatt: KernanoO, Plstt 29, Depew 53, Cornell 8, Tre maine 1, Folger 4, Crowley 5, Lap bam 3. No cboloe. Adjourned. Ibe Qnebea Fire—Ou,, TUiina.ua ruin,lie. ll(,tu.'l««H, •Quebec, June 9th.—Oue of those destructive fires to whioh Quebec is so subject broke out at 11 P. 11. in the midst of the St.. Johns suburbs, midway between St. Roche's and Upper Town. Tbo fire originated in a small wooden house in Oliver street and immediately spread to adjoining buildings. Tbe Are brigade became demoralized and lost all control of themselves and at 2 o'clock this morning, wt. John's Cburcb, a Boman Catholic Church, the largest In the oity, worth $100,009, was burning and six hundred houses had been de stroyed, some of brick and stone, but the majority poor and small and of wood. Tbe loss so far must be over three quarters of a million. Certainly one thousand families are homeless. The fire la still sweeping. No loss of life is report ed yet but several persons aro ml9aii g. The houseless camped out in the fields surrounding the city. Thieves made off with most of the property saved from tbe flames and the tire overtook nearly all the remaining movables. Half Ihe people in town blockade tbe streets and tbe firemen are Impeded. Panic prevails. Burning sparks and shingles aro falling all over the city and its total sweeping out of existence ls by no means im probable. A number of local insur ance companies' seem to be para lyzed by tn is disaster, The princi pal streets de*. yed are Richmond, Latoovllle, Oliver, R ulielieu and Dagulllon, running west and par allel with the rivet; also, St. John's street, Marie, Deligny, St. Clair and Sutherland, running north aud south. Richmond, Latouville and St. Oliver were principally Inhab ited by demi-monde. In many in stances the parties burned out owned their residences. Tbe Mre brigade is miserably inadequate to the wants of tbe city and the water supply ridiculously small for such an emergency. Tbe Fire Under Control, Quebec, June 9.—The lire is un der control. Eight hundred bouses are burned aud fifteen hundred families homeless. Tbe Ute tlauauitaalusr. Los Pinos Agency, Col , June Bth, via Lake City, Col., Juue 9th. —Every preparation is complete for tbe start of the Ute Commission from hore on Thursday morning for the Grand River couutry to locate the new reservation for tbe Utes. At tbis writing (Wednesday noon) Chief Saponanaro and tbe otber four Utes seleotcd to accompany tbe Commission, have not reported but are expected 10-nigbt. If tbey are not here when the start Is mado the Commission will proceed with out tbem. Los Pinos Auexcv, Col., Juno 7th, via Ltke City, Col., June 9th, —Tbe Ute Commission, together witb a large escort of cavalry and infantry, leave here Thursday morning at daylight, bound for Orand River. When they arrive tbere tbe selection of lands for the new reservation of the Utes will be made, and as soon as the location Is made the Utes will be removed thereon. Gen. McKenzle arrived yesterday and is in comimud of the troops. p*.MSeuifof. ay ibe Huuiueru Bonis. Kansas City, Juue o.—Tbe fol lowing list of overland passengers passed Topeka via the Atchison, Topeka and Santa FS Railroad June Bth, to arrive in San Frauols co June 13th: S M Wilberg.Cabilia; D R Yon Walterbam, Qermany; Mrs Frank Walker, Tombstone; Mrs D J Stephens, Los Augeles; L J Bradbury, New York; H M Rob erts, Japau. FOREIGN. i ~ (i ct wills convicts. Tiflis, June 9th.—Tn a conflict at a (.mail town of Koubla, be tween 70 prisoners and their mili tary guard, more thau 25 men were killed or wounded. About thirty prisoners escaped carrying off ten rifles. Tbe Chicago Inter-Ocean com meuta ou stage kisses: "Janaui ohek'a kisses are but rare, and they are very matronly. Tbey come with words tbat are growled forth from a deeply embedded dia phragm, and are mere touches— not like what Soldene's used to be In tbe days of old, when sbe gave her stage lovers the full benefit of tbe mammoth cave that yawns across her face. There is more kiss to tbe tqnare foot of Soldene's mouth than tbat of any otber woman on tbe stage. Alice Oaten did some pretty kissing. Sbe oould kiss high tragedy or low comedy, and between tbe two extremes ring in every known variety, from Modjeska's stately lolnese to Pau line Markbam'a smack. On one oocaslon an aotor, feeling full of in spiration or beer, eelaed her on tbe stage, gave ber a hug that must bave made ber rlbe meet, and be stowed a paroxysmal klee upon ber. Next night her husband appeared la tho wings witb « big revolver, ready tnbloa Uie lop of tbe actor's head off should he try it again, say ing he could furnish all the par oxysm wanted In that family him self." WANTS—LOST-FOUND. Wanted. A GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE to drive single. ApDlytoJ.J. UROOM, street, the Fruit Factory. J7-St Wanted. ISO WOMEN AND OIIILS.--Women and girls (above il years) who would like to engage work tor the sousou at the Southern California Packing Company's Cannery will apply ut onco lo Mr. J. J. GROOM, at the factory, near the covered bridge,or to Mr. A. H. JUDSON, at tbe office of Judson, Gillette & Gibson. :it-d-JeB.wl SIO REWARD. Lost or strayed,'oll Tuesday. May 3d, from the Virgines Ranch, A UAY MARE, branded (C) on tbe lea hip. Ten Dollars reward will be psld for the return of the mare to Nordholt's store, corner of First aud Ix»s Angeles streets, my 8-1 in F OUN OT A place where a fine cup ol or POT OF TEA, with NICE LUNCH* can be bad for ten cents, -A. T SMITHS, IVo. S TEMPLE ST. m2»-tl FOR BALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker Hill avenue, near Seoond atreet; con venient to Normal school nnd free from dust. WM. D. STEPHEN:', Jc9 Room 55, Temple Bio. k. FOR SALE. ffeyfl ff/\HOUBR OP FOUR ROOMB, U'tuU lot 65x130 with plenty oi good water and Improvements, opposite university, West Los Augeles. inquire on premises, J7-lw AUCTION SALE. To be sol d by publlo auction, if not pre viously disposed of by private sale, on SATURDAY NEXT, the llth Inst., at 11 o'clock A. v.. 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 of good water, wllh Adams windmill and lank of 500 i) gallons; also, a small or chard and SCO shade trees: six lots ln all, two fenced In. Prloe, $9Cl>. Address, OCEAN HOUSE,SantaMoctca. JS-lw Commercial copy, FOR JSALE. IMPROVED RANCH OF ISO ACRES, being NE Vt Seo. 20, T. 1 s . R. 14 w., s. B. M., being four miles southwest from the Court House. Title, Government Patent. Water right perpetual. The laud ls In the highest state of cultivation. Fruit trees on place; good well; finished houso of six rooms; out-buildlngs, wind-mill, etc. For price and particulars apply to "La Esperanaa store." 105 Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. Je7-lm TO LET, NEWLY FITRNIHHEDSunny Rooms, at No. 0 FIRST STREET, only a few steps from the Postomce. mlil-lm FOR SALE. THE FURNITURE COMPLETE OF A LODGING HOUSE. CHEAP. Enquire at Mott Building, Do. 18 Spring street, near the Postoffloe. J2 lw A GREAT BARGAIN. FIVE ACRES OF,LAND on Washing ton atreet, west of Figueroa Btreet, for sale very cheap. Inquire by letter un der Cypher 11., Herald offlce. Jeltf REMOVED. MADAME LECROQ has removed her Dressmaking aud Bultrick Pattern Es tablishment to N<>. 13t» MAIN ST., uext to McDonald Block. jel-lm FOR SALE. An interest ln a well established, pav ing MANUFACTURING BUSINESS; from $1000 to $5000 capital required. Also, A DWELLING BOUSE, centrally 10. catod. Address R, Herald offlce. mls-lm FOB S-AXjZE. SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; line looatiou; splendid investment, O. WHITE, my6-3iu Room 49 Temple Block. FOR jJALE. Furnished or unfurnished, A BEAUTI FUL RESIDENCE, nearly new and nice ly furnished, containing seven rooms, bath-room, etc., with all necessary mod ern improvements, Including hot and cold water and gas throughout the house. Also, servants' room, storeroom, wash room, wood-room, eto. The whole lot beautifully improvod, the rear contain ing from 16 to 24 cbolco assorted fruit trees in benring. Apply on the premises, 139 Fort street. uiy27-2vr FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly loca'ed and neatly furnishe.l, TO-LET, MNULE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franlclln streets, one block from Postofllco. dgltf MONEY TO LOAN On real estate security at low rates and no commission charged. AdaiMl P. O. Box 481. city. Jet? BOARD AMJ> BOOE AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUN ny trout room, hot and cold water, southern exposure, ln a private family, ln the most desirable part of the olty. Apply to Mrs. E.U.STaRIN, first house on north nlde of ('range street. Just off Pearl and Sixth street. m3-lm LAND FOR SALE SOO ACRES of the best fruit or agri cultural iund at 810 per aero, north of the Hunter Ranch, ou the river, with right of water. Inquire or T. E. ROWAN, 75 Downey Block, or of the owner, W.C.B. RICHARDSON, near the premises. mMJ-lm-d&w FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF SO ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard and vineyard of 20 aores. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, County Clerk's offlce. m9t-lw Kimball Mansion. NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. earSPACIoUS PARLORS, Flue Suites, and Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. aarTHE TABLE supplied with the beat tha market affords. i StSBU KM. M. H. KIMBALL, prop. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SIEGEL'S. Extremely LOW PRICES HAVE MADE Trade Rushing TDK PAST WEEK At Siegel's. Our polfey ot making large sales and small profits tells. Tbe people under stand tbe meaning of the term, "Enor mous Sales and Small Profits." Our Low Prices suit the masses, and tho ex (■client quality of our goods pleases all. Ills our Intention to "SELL" Goods and maintain the lead In our Una. Bargains in Shirts. 14.8 DOZEN CALICO SHIRTS AT SOc. EACH. SIO DOZEN PERCALE SHIRTS, Sep. arate cuffs and collars, warranted fast colors, at 75c. 47 DOZEN FRENCH PERCALE SHIRTS, latest style, separate cuffs and collars, at ftl.SO. Also, a large variety of GENTS* COL ORED FULL-FINISHED HOSE at Me. EVERYTHING ln the line of GENTLE MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS of the Best Quality, at POPULAR PRICES! SIEGEL'S, 56 IVI uiu Street, Corner Commercial, Los Angoles. myifj 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 IOTH, Admissions - - 81.00. Parties of six can get conveyance at Ferguson A Rose's stables ut $1 each; uu der six at si.so each. OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, No. 110 Main St., Cardoni Block. The table will be furnished with the best that can be procured in the market. Regular meals, 25 cts. ICE-CREAM SALOON connected with the restaurant. m;4-lm CHAS. WENiSEL, Prop'r. PHILIP & BALDWIN, FIRE A LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY' RkAL EST ATX AND STOCK BROKEKS, NO. 87 MAIN STREET. JUU Key West Cigar Store, NO. 78J MAIN STREET, LANFRANOO BLOCK SIM ISAACS. I : PROPRIETOR Manufacturer of FINE CIGARS and dealer in IMPORTED CIGARS aud all lines of Smokers' Articles. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED, mrfltf LIVERY STABLE. HORSES BOARDED at JOHNSON'S FEED STABLE, 14 ALISO ST., at $7 per month. Beat of hay teed and good care taken. Also, stable room to rent at per month. my!7tf A. CABD.-IO thoae who fcTnn 11 I 1 to urvo removed perma nently SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, FRKOK- L.KB, LIVKK SPOTS, BLACK WORMS, MOLES, etc., I will send you a recipe that will cure you tree of charge. v. POPPER, 127 Montgomery street, San Francisoo. Scud a self addressed en velope, m2B-!io HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having been with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will con tinue business at their old plaoe. Mrs. smith ls prepared to do all kinds of balr work In the nest and latest styles. Re member the place, NO. 4* SPRING ST. ■He THOMAS FAR It ALL, Late of San Francisoo, has opened a •flrat-claae Merchant Tailor!n« KBTABLIHHMKNT, AT IST MAIN STREET, Los Angeles He la a practical tailor and cutter of II rears years experience. He has eat tn 7 bebsit bonaeiiaatand In San Franole o. Hia tarns axe very reasonable. ear Call and see him. aelHf .. ' > j NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CITY OF PARIS 17 & 19 Spring St., los Aisrc&ttxjm&i, omi. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE! w * I, COMPRISING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SpringiSummer Importations TO COMMENCE MONDAY, : : : : JUNE 6th, And Continue for Thirty Days, Doting whioh time »•« w ill offer a numljer of HEAL BARGAINS! To wliiau wo call the attention oi tlio public: Present Former Price, Price. 100 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at Bsc. per yard, 12Jo 75 Pieces 4 4 French Lawns at 12$o " 200 50 Pieces Linen Lawn at 25c " 37*0 100 Pieces White Marseille at SJo " 12JC 200 Pieces 4-4 Dress Linen at 200 " 300 100 Pieces Figured Tasso Liueu at BJo " 200 50 Pieces all-wool Black Momies at 25c " 500 50 Pieces all-wool Cashmere, comprising all the New Rummer Shades, at 50c " 75c 25 Pieces 45 inches wide, all-wool Black Cash mere at 75c " $1.25 35 Pieces all-wool Biege, 42 inches wide, at 02Jc " $1.00 Mohairs, Buntings, Shoodas, Plaids, etc., AT THE teA-ME SWEEPING REDUCTIONS! 500 New Style Burnmcr Skirls at...50c. each Former price, tl 00 250 Shetland Shawls at 75c. each Former price, tl 25 250 Shetland Shawls at $1 00 each Former prloe, 11 60 200 Ladies' Linen Ulsters at $2 00 each Former prioe, $3 50 150 Ladies' Cloth Ulsters at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00 100 Ladies' Linen Circulars at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00 1000 DOZEN LADIES' THREE-BUTTON KID CLOVEB Reduced to 50c. per pair. 250 Summer Parasols at 40s Former prioe, 75ots. 150 Silk Brocade Parasols at $2 00 Former prioe, $3 60 100 Silk Brocade, lined and lave trimmed, $3 50 Former price, $8 00 GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT. 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $ 7 50...Former price, SlO 00 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $10 00...Former prloe, $13 00 75 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $12 00...Former prioe, $16 00 100 Men's Black Diagonal Coats aud Vests, $ 9 00... Former prloe, $12 00 50 Men's Biack Diagonal Coats and Vests, $12 60... Former prioe, $16 00 200 Men's Cassimere Suits $ 9 00...Former pries, $12 00 150 Men's Casslmero Suite $10 00...Former price, $13 50 100 Men's Casslmero Suits $11 09...Former prloe, $15 00 100 Children's Linen Suits at $1 60 Former price, $2 50 75 Children's Linen Suits at $2 00 Former prioe, $3 60 100 Boys' Llueti Suits at $2 25 Former price, $1 00 Chiidren'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 & GO, 17" 19 Spring St., Los Angers