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.nr "ekald Steam Printing ll,>i si. manes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, atci . 11nied at low rates. To the Farmers of Los Angeles County. I am prepared to furnish cash ad vances on grain stored at my house at tbe rate of 7} per cent, per an num for any and all amounts of $lUOO or moro. E. Naud, linJe-11. Physicians prescriptions and family recipes a specialty with Heinzenian & Ellis. Eastern oysters every style; hot and cold lunches and all the delicacies of the seasou served on tbe shortest notice at Congress Hall, corner of Main and Bequena streets. Ice cold Boca beer, the best ou tbe Coast, always on hand, as well as a full supply of tbe best brands of liquors, wines and ci gars. Entrance to ladles' rooms on Requenu street. Open day and night. Mi. K. Adam, tlie pioneer tailor of Los Angeles, No. 13 Spriug street, informs bis natrons uud the public generally tliut tiu has just received a large assortment of tbe latest styles of spring and summer goods, which for eleganoe and va riety of pattern cannot bo sur passed. A cordial invitation is ex tended to ull to call aud examine his slock. m'-Min F. Lludquist, ruorchaut tailor, No, 20 Spring street, is himself a practical outlet; and, having had ample experience in Han Francisco aud Los Angeles, knows how to tueet the requirements of his cus tomers. He keeps a full supply of the best cloths coußtantly ou hand and makes them up "upon honor." Clothes cleaned or dyed, then mended and pressed aud warranted to look iinow, at No. 8 Allso ■treat. A uumber of desirable rooms to let at No. 7 Third street. Tho loca tiou is accessible aud desirable row every standpoint. The neigh borhood is good and tho house is barely tlvo minutes' walk from the Cjurt House. The eolorlxt does dyeing uud OUtlng at No. 8 Allso street. To Whom it May Concern. Please take notice: Any person . avlog pledges or collaterals at the i;tar Loan aud Broker Oilice, No. 4 Commercial street, will please re- Jeeuo the sauiu or pay accrued in terest thereon within thirty days Iroru this date or they will be sold. P. S. —Money loaned on all kinds >f personal property. nirSQtf Hughes's Russian Batiis. Lo cated' No. 15 Main street, opposite tbe Pico House. Gentlemen aud ladies attended to by rereoM of their own sex. Patent medicines al New York prices ut Helncenaan & Ellis's. See tlie Coueolodor in his won derful transmutation of colors ut the dyeing and scouring establish ment, No. 8 Aliso street. Pleasant rooms with board, "06 Sprlug street. , aplßilm Largest assortment of trusses In Southeru California at BelczsmsQ & Ellis's. Buy yoor drugs and medicines at Heinzemau & Ellis's. BOOTS GOING I SHOES GOING' Everything must go! Wcaro sell lug at actual com—tho tlrßt tluio since ouropeuiug! SEB OUK PRICES I Eve rything marked IJOWN! POWN! WAY DOWN! GENTS' Calf Lace shoes, very durable $1 25 Heavy culfOougress Gaiters, double sole 1 75 Kip Boots, good aud cheap 2 61 Kino ualiAlexls Saoes.bucUle or lace 1 is) calf Oxford Ties, great bargain 1 23 French Calf boots Philadelphia style, nobby 4 (0 Calf Alexis, H. Y. style, baudsorae... li 00 Piiuce Alberts, pretty shoe 175 French Calf Gaiters, custom made... 2 50 * reoeb Calf Knglish Walking shoes, •ood 2 00 Calf made 2 (!l) Kid Foxed Boots,scolloped or plain.. S3 Kid boxed Boots, full soolloperf,bar ?aius « 1 25 d Foxed Button Boots, good article 1 50 French Kid Boots, stylish 2 60 Fine Kid Newport*, sewed, only 1 00 Kid Button Boots, great bargain 1 5U Frenob Kid Slippers, rosettes DO Call Walking Sboes, blgu cut, sacri ficed 1 OU Pebble Uuul Button Bouts, very dura ble 1 75 Rejected French Kid Button Boots, satin finish 3 60 Mlec-SHIi-i' Calf School Shoes, very cueap 7S Goat Balmorais, scolloped, high cut 1 ou Goat Buttou Boots, good article 1 ou Kid Foxed Balmorals, scolloped 1 00 French Kid Buttou Hoots, handsome t 75 Kid Foxed Buttou Boots, scolloped... 1 25 Calf School shoes, owu make 1 OU Calf School Shoes, good and strong.. 75 tioat Button Bouts, high cut aud scolloped 1 10 Goat Lace Boots, good article 7.i Calf Shoes, high cut, own make 1 00 Kid Button Boots, very cheap 1 0U Boys' Shoes in great variety ft upward Ladles' and Gents' Goat and Cloth Wlippers, 450. Silk flush Slippers, 750. Tbe entire balance stock, consisting of over 255,rj01) pairs of every description of Boots aud Shoes, now being sacnfled at squally low (Inures, at the GRKA'f HALF-PRICE BOOT & BHOF, HOUSK, opposite the Postoffice. See our PRICE LIMTI It will suit you all l myi: LEWIS BROS. PONY SALOON, NO. 130 MAIN STKEKT, Carl 11. IT. Soltwcnn, [Better kuown as Don Carlos,] Late bar-keeper or tbe Post Exchange, has purchased the above well-known su loon, which he has thoroughly refitted. •VWINES, LIQUORS, ALE, BEER A.ND CIGAR 9 ot the best quality to be joand In the market always on baud. A cordial Invitation is extended to bis old friends and the public to give him v sail. Bag" Bagatelle Table for Pattime, ■au ICE! Tbe Los Angeles Ice Company having educed tbe price of Ice to One Cent per Pound permanently, are ready to serve all fam ilial with Aye pounds for five cents per day daring tbe summer, jce for sale at PBETJBB \ PIRONI'd, No. 21 Sprite St., where orders will be received mylTtf ■«LiaP s * nB §0$ §\\p\tt> j§m\hl SUNDAY JUNE 12,1881. Herald Steam Printing House. The Here>d steam printing Boats Is cot surpassed by any Job Printing office 111 the Pacific Coast, outside of Ban Fran* Isco, In facilities for doing job work. I ow prices, good work and expedition raj ho relied upon ut this office. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports for he benelltof Commerco and Agriculture Report of observations taken at I.ns An geles, cal., Juno 11, Ittt. it I « 1 B S I itioA.M. ao.oo oi" sa nk iscienr llMap. St. 8001 70 49 NW 10;Kiilr 8:15 P.M. 21I.9S 60 77 W I alcleitr Maximum Thermometer, 76.0 Minimum " 610 CHURCH CHIMES. Cathedral op ST. Vibiana. — Main street, below First. Rev.Hugh McNainee, Rector. First mass at Ha. m.; second mass at 8 ; bleb mass nt 10—Sunday School in English uud Spanish at 3.(10 p. M.; vespers at 4 p. M. Church op Our Lady op Anoki.s.— Opposite tho Plaza. First mnss with ser mon lv English at 7 A.M.; Inst inassut 6 A. M. Catechism lor the English al 10:3U A. M.; Catechism for the Spanish at p. M. vespers at 3P. M. ST. ATHANA9IU3 PROTEST ANT EPISCO PAL, Church*—Corner of Temple aud Now High streets, Key. F.lias Hirdsall, Hector. Sunday services—The Litany at 10:40; moruluir prayers with sermon at 11; Sunday School ut l'J;15; evening ser* viceui 7:*o. Fort st. M. E. Church. — Itev. E. S. Chase, Pastor, Rcsldenco 165 Fort street —sabbath service: Preaching 11 a. m., and 7p. M. Sabbath School 18:30 pm. Weeklyprayoi meeting Thursdayeven ing at 7; Class meeting Sabbath morniug and cveulng, Wednesday evening. Presbyterian Church.—Rev. J. W- Ellis, Pastor—Services at the Brick Church on Fort street, between Third aud Fourth streets, at 11a. m. Sabbat h School at 0:30 A. M., Chinese School 0:80 p. m. Pastor's i esldence, 95 Raker Block. Trinity 11. E. Church South.—Spring struct, between First uud Second. Rev. Thomas R. Curtis, Pastor in charge. Preaching every Sabbuth at 11 A. M. and 7 p. m. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Prayer meeting 7lio, every Thursduy evening. First Baptist Church.—Good Tem plar's Hall, Main stroei, near First National Bank. Rev. Jay W. Osborn acting Pastor. Morning services ut 11 o'clock; Sunday School directly uftcr morning service; evening services at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meetings Thursday evenings at 7:30 o'clook. Church ok Chuist.—Meets at Utlon Hull every Lord's Oay at 11 A. m. suu daySchool at 10A, M. Evangelical Lutheran Church— Key, A. Geyer, Paster—Services In Uulou Hull every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. aud 7:30 P.M. Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. Congregational Church—New High street. Services every Sunday alii A. v. and 7:20 P.M. Prayer service on Thurs day evenings. Rev. C. J, Hutchlngs, pastor. LOCAL BREVITIES. Circus to-morrow. Hay forks 7&oSOts nt Noitboraft & Clark's. Don't forget tlie' excursion anil picuio to Santa Monica to-day. Rainfall to date tho present at Santa Ana, 9 58 inches. The bark Ladyhead yesterday sailed from Wilmington to Lon don, England, loaded with wheat. There are messages at the West ern Union Telegraph ollice for M, Lowrey, Mrs. Piieno Lucas, Delia Maria A. de Fabrigat, Joo See Slug. There are 140 boys aud 128 girls betweeu tho ace* tf 5 and 17 years iv the Santa Ana School District as per report of tho School Census Marshal. Twu drunks wile unsigned be fore City Justice Adams yesterday und in default of $9 coin each, they were sent In the chain gang for tho usual number of days. The Dtilto of Sutherland and party will arrive In l.os Angeles by this morning's train from San FraucUco. goou. rie wouim uui, ue uuuvsui until be won the Derby, intending to wait patiently for tbat bonor. His parting word* were "For tbe credit of American bleeding and American horses, I am very glad To-day is wtiat is known as Chil dren's Day iv the Methodist Church and will be celebrated with appropriate ceremonies at the Fort Street M. E. Church. Officer Fletcher lust nigbt picked up a grindstone in front of Maier.e butcher shop, Spring stroet, and it now awaits nn owner at Police Headquarters. Mr, Thomas VV. Stackpole late last night received a telegram ad vising him of the death yesterday, at his residence in Massachusetts, of his aged father, "The Religion and Theology of Spiritualism" will be discussed at the Spiritualistic meeting In Good Templar Hall, begiuuiug ut 2:30 p. H. today. Mr. Jesss H. Butler will open the discussion. Dr. D. W. 0. Frauklin has dis covered a graphite or plumbago mine iv tlie IViiuima cafion, near San Fernando. The vein Is de scribed as wide ami with every iv dicatiou of being permanent. There will bo an exciting three mile foot race at Washington Gar dens to-day, between Turner, Ly ons and Prlndeville, Turner oilers to bet $50 that he will make tbe distance moid;; of 10 minutes aud 15 seconds. A large consignment of garden hose at Northcraft & Clark's. Gen. Rufus Saxton, Chief Quar termaster of tbo Military Division of the Pocitlo, and his chief clerk, Mr. R. Hewitt, were registered nt the Pico House yesterday ou their way from San Diego to H*u Fran cisco by rail. It will be seen, by advertisement elsewhere, that ou the first Monday of July next there will be a meet ing of the stockholders of the Main Street and Agricultural Park Rail way, in order to elect a Board of Directors aud to transsct suob other business as may be necessary. Oue hundred votes were polled at tbe Auabelm electiou for School Trustee laat Saturday, of wblob Mr. W. M Bailey reeslred ninety six. A uotloe was Issued by Mr. Saxton early In tbe afternoon in wblcb be declined to have hie name used, and giving bie reasons. Rich ard Melrose was re-elected Assessor and Collector, there being no oppo sition. Mr. Al. Woikmau, of the Han Fernando, was in tbe city yester day. He informs us tbat be will commence harvesting his wheat crop this week. The Messrs. Lan kersheim A Van Nuys will also commence this week. Harvesting has been going on on the Kester ranch for tbe past two weeks. The yield Is not as good as list year but the quality is better. ' The Illustrated Herald has at [last arrived in bulk. Notwith standing the partial announce ment of its arrival, wo sold over a thousand copies Saturday after noon. Ou our fourth page will be found some of the cordial recogni tions of this work generously ac corded by the press of California. From aud after to-day it will he on sale at tbe Herald office until tbe whole Issue is exhausted. Stflor Pastor de Celis who, for several years past,has had editorial charge of La Croniea, the organ of the Spanish American population of Los Angeles, has retired from tbat paper. He will lie succeeded In the niauaiteujent of the paper by Stfior 8. A. de Cardona, who, we understand, will be assisted by Siflor Euloglo de Celis as editor. Between II and 12 o'clock lust night there was a total eclipse of the moon, tbe earth interposing its opaque body between tbat lumina ary and tbo sun. The obscuratiou commenced about half past 9, tlie earth creeping giadually across the moon's face until it was entirely covered. At 1 o'clock the darken ing muss had disappeared, aud Luna sboue fortli with her usual brilliancy. Elsewhere will be found the an- nouncement of "Our Girls," to be presented by the Owl Dramatic Club at Turnvereiu Hall, ou Tues day, Wednesday aud Thursday evenings, Juno 21st, 22d and 23d, "Our Girls" is from the pen of H. J. Byron and is one of tho most popular society plays yet produced upou the American stage. It has been carefully rehearsed by tbe Owls aud, judging from their pre vious successes, wo have no hesi tation iv promising our peoplo a rich dramatic treat. Word was brought to the city yesterday morning that Mrs.Lucas, of South Santa Mouica, diod the night before from poison, supposed to have been administered by a Chinaman who had beeu employed as cook by the deceased. Coroner Nadeau went down at once and held an inquest, but the evidence was of so vague and uncertaiu a character that the jury could uot arrive at a verdict and postponed further consideration of the case until to-day. The deceased was the mother of Mr. J. H. Lucas and was widely known in this county. L' Union Nouvelle says: "Our countrymen are increasing here very rapidly. There is perhaps no other point lo the United States where the French population grows nioro quickly than in Los Angeles. For one returning to Franco, there are ten coming. They augment here by hundreds every year. This year, sines the opening of the voyage season across the Atlantic, there have been eighty airivals here, a single boarding-house registering thirty four new comers. And that which is remarkable, there is scarcely oue of these new arrivals who does not find immediate employment.. In regard to wealth, our French pop ulation Is abend of all other foreign nationalities." Lunch baskets at Northcraft & Clark's. At a meeting of the farmers, held at the Cosmopolitan Hotel yesterday afternoon, for the pur pose of devising means to ship their crops of wheat and barley on advantageous terms, It was resolv ed that a committee be appointed to prepare a programme and to re port thereon at a meeting to be held at tbe same hour and place on the 18th Inst. The meeting was largely attended by farmers from San Fernando valley and Los Au geles vaJley. The committee con sists of Messrs. Dryden, Jougbin, Burlingame, Hubbard, Suyder aud Denker. The Presbyterian society have re ceived the deed to the lot ou the corner of Fort aud Second etreets, upon which they propose to erect a church edifice as soon as the neces sary funds can be raised. Mr. J. S. Slauson has commenced canvassing for subscriptions, and Rev. J. W. Ellis, tho pastor, who is now in the East, expects to bring back with him cash or vouchers for a thousand or two. Tbe plan of the building in contem plation is a very handsome one,anil is n perfect model of conven ience, with main audience room, chapel and church parlor, all sepa rate but so arranged tbat all, by a system of folding doors, may be In stantly thrown into one room when occasion may require. Tho cost will be about $10,000. Tbe Sauta Aua Herald says: It is the general opinion of tbe fruit growers of this valley that the peach crop will be remarkably short. It was tho case four years ago. Apples, pears and apricots will be plenty for borne use, proba bly, though It Is somewhat doubt ful about the latter fmlt. There are a great mauy apricot trees Id tbe valley, but a considerable Dum ber are not in bearing condition. The grape crop promises lo be abundant; vineyards are looking in splendid condition. An Im mese number of vines were planted this eeasoD and all seem to be do ing well. Walnut trees are bear ing a good crop, the trees in the Orango settlement particularly giv ing promise of a bounteous yield. The coming orange crop will be something tremendous. The trees are heavily loaded with fruit in all the orchards of tbe valley. Tbe yield will far eollpse any previoua year. Much attention ha* been paid in aoma orohards to the culti vation of cboloe varletlea for mar ket. Tbe lime crop will be a good ona, f Council Proceedings. Council met in regular session Saturday evening, Presldeu t Spence in the Chair. Minutes of tbe previous meeting read and approved. Message of the Mayor nominat ing Frank Hoarner for City Sexton. Nomination confirmed. Tho repott of the City Auditor showing the condition of the vari ous funds iv tbo City Treasury. Referred to Finanoe Committee. Ordinance prepared by City Jus tice Adams prohibiting the driving of horses at Immoderate speed within the city limits. Adopted. Weekly report of Zanjero of work dove and wages paid on city ditches. Referred to Finance Com mittee. Reports tbat he has accepted tbe resignation of Deputy Zinjero Cook. Approved. The Chief of Police reports tbat he has received for collection sinoe the first of January to date $1180 delinquent licenses, of which bo collected $209.50 and turned tbe balauce over to the City Attorney. Referred to Finance Committee. Weekly report of overseer of chain gang. Filed. Notice of intention for grading Olive street, between Fourth and Fifth streets. Ordered published. Tbe Finance Committee present ed a report, which was filed and the recommeudulions acted ou seriatim. Recommend luat warrants be drawn for payment of bills re ferred. So ordered. Recommend same action with bills of Los Augeles Gas Company for $529 and $60. Mr. Morau moved, In view of tbe fact that proceedings were pending in tbe Superior Court relating to the first named bills, that it be laid on the table. Lost. Further uctlou postponed. Recommend tbat bill of L. Whit worth for $3 for a copy of tho Di rectory of the city and county of LO3 Augeles be disallowed and that the Mayo- be requested to returu tbe book. So ordered. Find reports of the Mayor, City Treasurer, Auditor and Tax Col lector correct. Approved. Recommend that the City At torney and Chief of Police bo re quired to report monthly tbe stand lug of the delinquent city liceuses turned over to them for collection. So ordered. Recommend tbat the dual report of S. A. Francis be riled lor refer ence. So ordered. Recommend that v warrant he drawn in favor of tbe Ztnjerofor $215.10 as per bis weekly report. So ordered. Find that ten animals were turn ed loose from the pound ou the or der of the Mayor, which we do not think is just. Referred to the City Attorney. Iv the matter of petition of E. Martin & Co. aud others, report that, in conjunction with the May or and City Attorney, we have con cluded to recommend cbanses In the license ordinance, which the City Attorney will present in the shape of a new ordinance. Mr. Gephard presented a minor ity report approving tbe foregoing, except tbat portion relating to changes In the matter of retail liq uor houses. Tbe ordinance as amended was then read and, on motion, was tak en up by sections. Reduces licenses of artists' agents or canvassers soliciting painting, retouching, etc., from $5 to $2 per mouth. Adopted. Reduces tax of livery slables of first-class with eight vehicles or more from $7.50 to $5. Adopted. Commercial travelers or solicit ors eelliug by simples, from $10 to $5. Adopted. Repeals sections fixing license of places where liquors are sold and substitutes the following: For places where liquors are sold in quantities of not less tbau one gallon and where the average monthly sales exceed $1000, $10. For places where the average monthly sales are $1000 or less, $5, For saloons, bars, or olub rooms, where tho average sales exceed $500 per month, $15. Where the sales are less than $500 per month, $10. Mr. Moore moved that it be adopted as a whole. Lost. The Board of Health submitted the followiug report: In the matter of Ihe Beaudry Water Works and the reservoir from which the water is desired for public use, Doctors Griflin, Whi ne y, Hanuon and VVinstou gave it as their opinion tbat, If relief is not speedily given by the building of the Alameda and San Fernando street sewer, tbe water of said com pany is liable to be contaminated to such au extent that it will inev itably cause sickness, aud that said sewer should be built immediately to protect tbe health of the city. Recommend that action be taken immediately. Referred to Com mittee on Sewers. Several petitions were read aud referred. Adjourned. The New Orleans Minstrels. The New Orleans Minstrels played at Turnvereiu Hall last nigbt to one of tho largest audi ences we have ever seen in the building. Their performance was good generally, and lv special in stances notably so. The instru mental poi 'ion of the programme was very creditable, and tbe "end business" was enjoyable through out. Tho uoau with the expansive mouth achieved results in his way quite equal to any ever accom plished oy Soldene, who is oredited with having been able to kiss by the square yard. The camp meet ing songs were, lv several In stances, remarkably well rendered. Tbe programme was not etrictly ar ranged with a view to Los Angeles, having been printed iv Stockton; but, in the main, it was adhered to and carried out successfully. The gags and jokes were, in the main, capital, aud quite new. Same of the puns were excruciating and brought down the house. The duet was very skillful and received an emphatic encore. Tbe part en titled "A Musical Sketch," in which Mr. H. C. Mehden, a Ger man Caucasian figured, was quite a novelty aud a marked eucoeis. The large audlenoe remafued pleased to the end. Tbe tronpe play at Anaheim to night and at Santa Ana Monday nigbt. We bespeak tbem large audiences at both places. The San Gabriel Promenade. The beaux and belles, and many of tbe "solid men," with their ele gant spouses, of our oity, rode through the beautiful, moonlit nigbt of Friday to tbo magnificent domain, "SunDy Slope," of Mr. L. J. Rose, to attend the promenade concert given by tbo ladles and gentlemen of the.Church of our Saviour, San Oabrlel, for the bene fit of their parish. More than 300 of tho most intelli gent and cultured people of this city, of San Gabriel and its vicin ity, wero congregated, at about 8 o'clock, in the new, spacious and haudsome building of Mr. Rose to enjoy the music and tbe dance. The following programme was carried out: Overture—from Hosslnl Waugeruau's Baud Opening ehorus—"O gaze on vat' soug—"Non ml vogho lnarllar" Mrs. I urctll .Song—"Sweet Genevieve" Mr. U. B. Balcb Duot—"Ave Saucttsslmo" Mrs. Aspland, MissHerdman Song—"The Flower Girl" Mrs Sleight Selection irom LaFuvorits The Band INTERLUDE. Selection—"Secret Love" The Band Soug—"Clung of the wooden shoon" mmm Mrs. Asplaud Piano Miss Davidson Soug—"lb buuks and braes" Miss Herdruan Medley -"How delightful" The Baud Song—"ln happy moments",.. Mr. 0. B. Batch Song—"The blue Alsatians" .....Mrs. Pureed Chorus—"Aald Luug Syne" „„ Full Company All the amateur performers exe cuted their respective parts most creditably, aud the Los Augeles participants felt fully repaid for their long ride in reaching the con cert ball. The entire list of music was of a high order, and would havesatialisd the most critical Los Angeles audience. Iv the inter vals, and after tbe regular pro gramme was exhausted, while tbe baud furnished delicious music, those present promenaded through the large room, giving auimation to the brilliant scene. Presently the dancing commenced and con tinued uutll a late hour. Refreshments of all kinds were to be had by the hungry, aud the Ladies' Bazaar served as au outlet for tlie plethoric purses of the opu lent. Mrs. 8. Prager, costumed elegantly aud appropriately, by her arts of palmistry and star-gaz, iug, fouud good fortune for all who witli fitting reverence, acknowl edged her high office. Mr. Ro;e had Bpared no trouble or expanse in urrauglng and deco rating his rooms for the reception of tho pleustire-saekers, aud his po liteness and tact, seconded by all the members of his family, contrib uted much to tbe enjoyment of all wbocume. The reception committee and, In fact, all tbe committees ap pointed, acted their part ably and well and did all lv their power to afford gratification to their guests. Altogether, the promenade con cert of the San Gabrielites was a pronounced lUjoess; aud, if they ever have BOOtber,may we he there tosee. COURT REPORTS. Superior nan HOWARD. J. Saturday, June 11. Guardianship of E Sherman, minor—Passed till Monday at 10 A. M. Pefla VS Rublo ot al.—Argued, submitted anil taken under ad visement. In re estate and guardianship of Yount et al., minora—Petition for sale of real estato heard and granted; bonds, $500 each. In re estate of D. Machado, de ceased—Contestants Hllier et al. dismiss motion to oomptl admin istrator to pay over money. MoFadden vs. Irvine—Demurrer submitted; two days to aside to file briefs. /a re estate of J. T. Tedford, de ceased—Petition to set aside the whole of property to uso of widow and minor heirs granted. Estato of J. G. Miohener, de ceased—Return of sale of real es tate heard aud coufirmeil. Guardianship of Aturo Bilder ralu etal., minors—Order filed set tling final account and discharging guardian. SET FOR MONDAY. Lattimore vs. Creditors. Rogers vs. Kulirtz. Perry, Woodworth & Co, vs. Potts et al. Sepulveda, J. Farmers A Merchants' Rank vs. Brady ot al.—Ten days' further time to defendant Louisa Riley to plead. Elizabeth Dodsou vs. Alfred Rob* Insou ot al.—Demurrer overruled; 20 days to unswer, Lombard et al. vs. Smiili et al.— Findings and judgmeut ordered for plaintiffs. Barrows vs. Hawley eta 1.—20 days Riven to answer. Barrows v*. Furrey—Same ac tion. Chapman et al. vs. Bites et al.— Ten days' further time for defend ant to plead. SET FOR MONDAY. Boring vs. Dubordieu. Tyrolean Hall-130 Main Street. New attraction on Saturday night, June 11th. First appearance in this city of Prof. Fellner, tbe great pianist, aud the American prima donua, Miss Funny Semnr ler, in her brilliant ballads, and op era songs, assisted by Prof. Gschwanduer's celebrated Alpine singers. This is tlie only amuse ment place in the city, and can be recommended to everybody to visit and hear these first-class concerts. Refreshments and best brands of cigars will be served at the Hall. Tlie belt feeding bottle in the world for sale by Heluzetnan & Ells, Second-hand clothing bought and sold at No. S Aiiso street. Go to Saxton & Co. wh > continue to sell everything In the drug line cheaper tbau ever. Prescriptions carefully prepared. US M dn street, Los Augeles. Five hundred dollars worth of second-band clothing wanted at i No. 8 Allso street. Viffl Out»t,»jid lalmirrM. TRDnf* 00.,Ap~- »tn». UWMMwIy A Wonderful Discovery. For tbe speedy cure of consump tion and all diseases tbat lead to it, such as stubborn coughs, negleoted colds, bronchitis, bay fever, asth ma, pain in tbe side and chest, dry hacking cough, tickling lv the throat, hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or lingering diseases of the throat and lungs, Dr. Kino's New Discovery has no equal aud has established for itself a world wide reputation. Many leading physicians recommend aud use it la their praotice. Tbe formula from which it Is .prepared is highly recommended by all medical jour nals. Tbe clergy and tbe press have complimented it In the most glowing terms. Go to your drug gist and get a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular aize far $1. For sale by Ueinzemau & Ellis, Lob Angeles, Wholesale Agents. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Rest Salve In the world for outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rbeum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bauds, chilblains, corns, and all Mnds of skin eruptions. This salve is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction iv every casu or money refunded. Price 25 couts per box. For sale by Heinzeman «& Ellis, wholesale agents, Los Angeles. TURNVEREIN HALL JUNE lStli. Grand Concert! MENDELSSOHN Quintette Club, (OF BOSTON), And Ibe Distinguished Prima Donna, MISS MARIE NELLINI. Members ot tho Mendolssohu Quiutetto Club: 1.-UDOR SCHNITZIER, First Violin, ERNST THIELE, Second Violin. THOMAS RYAN, lit Viola aud Clsrionette. WILLIAM SCHADE, 2d Viola and Flute. Herr Frederick Ciesc, Solo Violoucello to tbo King of Holland. This Renowned Clnb, whose record of moro tbau THIRTY YEARS OF SUC CESSIVE TRIUMPHS is known to lovers of niuaio throughout tbo land, is tbo most porfect combination cf its cbaractor ou this Continent, and is iv the front rank of similar organizations in tbe world. Wednesday Eig, 8 o'clock. Q"7" TICKETS, with reserved scat, SI; at Wangeman's Music Store. jeOtd Strange. 23Tit True 258,000 PAIRS OF BOOTS —AND — SHOES AT NET COST! 258,000 Pairs of Boots & Shoes under one Roof I We Carry the Largest Stock in our line in Southern California. Wo are sailing as much as any two shoe stoics 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 f riendsl The Grea Half-Price SHOE HOUSE, Opposite the P. O LEWIS BROS. BRANCH OF THE PACIFIC! Ocean House, Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica. BjJ"Fhst-Class iv Every Rest eel "(>o This popular bouse having been thor oughly reuovated and redtted, li open tor tho accommodation of the public. THE TABLE will be supplied with all be luxuries tbe market adords. MRS. S. BAYLEY, np3ott Proprietress. Christy & Wise. AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS Aud OOMKISgJON MERCHANTS for ttiosaleof Wool, Hides, Tallow. Grain, Live Slock, etc. Also, Wool Bags, Twino, hips and all Ranch Supplies furnished customers ut lowest rutes. 607 FRONT ST., between Jaokson and Paolflc, SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES OFFICE. fcl-lm 1 ARCADIA BLOOK. To Los Angeles Farmers J. Sresovioh, at Tucson, is prepared to receive i 00N31QNMENT3 of LO3 AMUEI U FaUITS I And all kinds of products of ths farm aud dairy, and to sell the same on commission. ( a*-Advances will be mad" on Poultry, Egss aud Butter. J. SKKSDVICH, nßOtf Tucson. A. T. I gtlM/ktk jevßutnry. m.«.m««ssi all T|II II || v»u:<l li »"ll out sumo ulood. tc 1 olZUU^as^ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ARRIVED! 17 CASES OF BURT'S FINE MEN'S SHOES AT THEIR AGENCY, The Queen Shoe Store, tflTNow is your time to select from these Justly celebrated shoes, tins equaled for Style, Quality aud Wear, your size, while tbe assortment (• complete. The Very Latest Ladies." and Gents' Summer (Stylet* Open for Intspeetlon Je4-lm „ GOODNEWS FOR ALL! A Sweeping Reduction in Boots and Shoes at Am &. 3VEc?X>oriKiel's, Sig-n ol' tlie Big- .^m^mWm% 34 SPRING ST. W Come One ! Come All! tg^^^^L,3A As I Miint Blake Room for the linmcise ■Stools: Now Arriving- from, the ISaait. t@-Everyboily knows that A. S. MoDONALD keeps tbs best stock nf ladles', gentlemen's, misses' and children's BOOTH and SHOES lo Southern California. Call and examine the stock. m2I-lm IA FEWWORDStoGENTLEMEN. ' I "*T ~JT 7 E ARE TAKING MORE ORDERS I \/\/ for Devlin's Celebrated Cuatom i V V Made Suits than ever before. His i prices bave been reduced. No better fitting 1 garments are to bs obtained. Come and see our I samples. Select the kind you want, and we 1 will guarantee satisfaction iv every respect, or H no sale. I Our Reduction Sale in Gent's Furnishing B Goods still goes, and you will find it to your ad- I vantage to buy your shirts and underwear and I other goods at tbe low prices at which they are 1 now being sold. Wo have certainly reduced I prices ou larger lines of goods. I The "Coulter Shirt" is giving perfect satis -8 fiction, and is undoubtedly without a rival on § the Coast. Men aro paying high prices for I shirts made to order that are no better in any H respect than those we ore spiling at very low jjj prices. Tho "Coulter Sblrts" are manufactured fl expressly to my order. Call and see tbem. I B. F. COULTER. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY CHEESEBROUGH & DREYER. PROPRIETORS. MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS, MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY, AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES & SNUFF At No. 39 Spring St., opposite Court House. s 1 . _. 1 LB Jl Perhaps it will Never Come Again! You Can Now Buy Your Boots and Shoes at Actual Cost! But Remember,for3o Days OnJyi Man's Boots and Shoes AT COST! Ladles' Shoes at Cost! Misses' fehoes at Cost! Boys' Shoes at Cost! Chlldrens' shoes at Cost! Infants' Shoes at Cost! This isthefirst time that this has occurred since our opening, but remember, for THIR TY DAYS ONLY! The Great Half-Price Shoe House OPPOSITE THE P. 0. LEWIS BROS. ICE CREAM! Great Heiluctlou lv Ice Cream! Ou aud after Jo:..> Ist, h-e Cream will be rved at the Occidental Restaurant And Ice Cream Parlors, No. llti Main St., AT 10s, i'i.B PLATE, WITH CAKE. Also, a wholesale or retail: Half Gallon 73c I One Gallon 11.25 All over < ne gallon, 51. On short notice, will servo oil parties, picnics, etc., Irom one to lee gallons. MR. BROWN,the mana-er, Is enabled to sell at this rate by havlug the oream 1 frozen at trie bos Anyf-les ie c Factory by machinery. These will be the ucest loa Croam Parlors and confectioneries ou 1 Southern California. ataroPENiNO EVEN INS. JUNE Ist. r029-tm County Warrants, etc. I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City 2 and Couuty Warrants, Judgments, and ; all kinds or claims. I C. WHITE, , Attorney at ls»w. > aarßoom 49 Temple Blook. nSWy A Dead Secret! Whisper it Lightly!!! Pass it Around Gently! 15 000 CAMBRIC AND LAWN APRONS, AU Sizes and Hand some Patterns, TO BE GIVEN AWAY! An Apron with Each Pair of Shoes! Now is Your Time* Girls; to go well Dressed! COME TO THE GREAT HALF-PRICE SHOE HOUSE Opposite the P. 0., And Get Your Aprons! They Cost You Nothing! LEWIS BROS. WASHINGTON GARDENS. Mr. P. I.OHEAU has made arrange mcnt!i with Mr. I). V. Woldrou wbtaß enable htru to announce that, every Baa day, beelnnlug with Sunday, April 17ue. b3 will give sielgbt-or-Hana perform ances at tbts popular retort. In addltle* there will bo foot-races, a sboetlng gal ery and other ways of amusing the pu» -10. A new programme every Sunday. Professor Kalmbooh, Mnsioal Director. Admission—Grown persons, Us.; chil dren, 100. Had characters excluded. ap?-Im Santa Monica Pavilion, ECKEHT A BRIGHT, ProviMCM. This favorite Rummer Resort will m»* opened X XXV BUN DAT. HMi hrao.is m win.*, Ileaoea, ajem.ajsja and cigars always us Ma*, afar Mi-, cold lunches, eheotla* amlleryi knwljgjj give them a call. ajHef ...*.