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TUESDAY JUNE 14,1881.
Herald Steam Printing House. Tbe facilities or the Heoald Steam Printing House for doing Job work are not surpassed In California outside of San Francisco and Sacramento. All work en trusted tons will be sxeouted with neat ness and dispatch at the lowest living rate i. sffßviax. no-tick. Hereafter notices of oolnpantes, eoole ties, eburches, etc, will only be Inserted In the BatßALb as paid advertisements. W* reserve, tor Places of Worship, a grat ia directory,, which will appear every Sunder morning. Thr triumph of Pierre Lorll lard's horse on Epsom Downs has been followed by that of Jim Keene'a Foxhall at Longcbamps. Tbo winning of the Grand Prix de Paris, following close upon tbat or tha Derby, is a tremendous Inter national turf event whioh carries the United States to the front rank In running as she has always been In trotting raoes. It was remarked, whan tbo triumph of Lorillard's boras was announoed that, If It had not been for tba acoldent to Fox ball wblob prevented his running, American horses would have taken both first and second honors at the Derby. Aroher, who rode Iroquois, the winning horse, at tbe Derby, at tha Grand Prix de Paris bestrode Tristan, an English horse, and one of the losing nags. Thus there is now no ground for ascribing any of these exceptional international victories to tbe special skill or pres tige of the Jeokeys concerned. Tbey ara clear out and clean triumphs of American bred horses, aud are doubtless but the beginning of a ' long chapter of American interna tional victories on Ihe turf. Clarence Gray, the murderer of Theodore Glancey, made a mis take in seeking a change of venue from Santa Barbara. In his old home Gray at least bad a lot of pariizans, some of whom could be relied upon to get on tbe Jury and "bang" it. The friends or John P. Steams were the enemies of Oray, and none the less were the enemies of Steams the friends of the ac cused. There lay his strong point. If be bad stood bis ground iv Santa Barbara, his arraignment would have betn fo Ijwed by a second, and a third disagreement, until tbe prosecuting authorities had been tired out. Tbey would have been compelled, reluctantly, to enter a noiie prosequi in deference to the Interests of the couuly treasury. When all the cold-blooded details of tbe murder of the inoffeusive Glancey were unfolded to a San Mateo jury, with uo individual Juror biased in favor of tbe prison er, but two results were possible, viz., either murder in Ihe first or second degree. Under the verdict of tbe jury of murder in tbe second degree, ten years iv Ibe peniten tiary Is tbe least sentence which can be inflicted upon Gray. It is to be hoped tbat Ihe slaughter of inoffensive citizens, for just com ment on current political affairs, will be less fashionable, in tbe fu ture, as a result of this trial. Cali fornia hitherto has been too much of an Aceldama to suit fastidious Eastern people. IF It be indeed true that a sou of tbe Duke of Argyle has married a daughter of Victoria Woodhull the thing is strange because tbe groom Is supposed to be a young man. As to tbe middle-aged representatives of the English nobility—tbat is, as to those of tbem who are widowers or bachelors—the whole ingenuity of tbe families of the best of tbem Is devoted to preventing their mar rying their cooks or some high kicker of tbe variety theaters, or primma donna of tbe opsra bovfe. The effort is often highly unsuc cessful. A British Ambassador •broad, some twenty years ago, married au actress of a very muddy reputation, and tbe faux pas has been repeated, with variations, a dosen times since, by British peers. There is just as much of tbe "devil" iv tbe "effete" British no bility as any scion of "Vicky" Woodbull can infuse into it. Tbe Prince of Wales, to begin with, is a biggsr blackguard than George IV. himself; aud, probably, in tbe whole annals of kingcraft, tbe Regent Orleaus is the only fitting companion to the man whom his Batterers called " gentleman George," and whom tbe pen of Thackeray depicted lv his true light, while Orleans?, though a roue, was not a blackguard. It is true tbat the illustrious Woodbull Is no better than she should be; but then • very considerable proportion of tbe highest toned nobility of tbe England of to-day can trace tbelr descent to the mistresses of Kings Charles and James, brothers wbo were alike in illicit love, but who differed In otber respects as tbe brothers Charles and Joseph Sur. fane do in Sheridan's spark ling comedy. The Woodhull has, perhaps, been derelict In her time; perhaps she has eat In the gat* and wooed men to tbe ways that lead down to bell, but she has net got very far ahead of tbe Lady Mordsunts, and otber speoimons of tbe English nobility, whose re spectability Is vouebed for by the Prince or Wales and bis set, v this regard. So we may truly say that honors are easy. The Duke of Sutherland and party have come and gone. They have vl9ited Los Angelea, Santa Monica, the Yosemite aud San Francisco and her surroundings, and have passed through here oa their way baok to England. Diligent efforts have been made to extort something appreciative of San Francisco from the party, with tbe result, in every instance, of signal failure. Tbe Duke und his companions admired the show of horseflesh at Governor Stanford's Palo Alto farm, and there they stopped, as close-mouthed as tbe Egyptian spbynx or the Delphic oracle when outgivings were uot the order of the day at that center of Grecian superstition. The Her ald, which had exact information of tbe movements of the Ducal party and of its utterances, and whose every attache was careful to stay away from every member of tbe distinguished foreign visiting party, stated that, when tho Duke stood on Fort Hill, and iooUed over the Los Angeles valley, he doubted if there was anything in Italy that equaled tbe scene there displayed. Tbe party next went down to Santa Monica; and, Duke aud all, they ware in rhapsodies over that In comparable beach. Knowiuglhese things, we simply reported them. Tbe United State?, and ail quarters ef the United States, are absolutely independent of the Dukes and Earls, the Peers and Commoo;, of Great Britain. The Duke of Sutherland, coming from England to this coun try, is precisely the same to us as Mr. John Smith, coming from the same section. When an intelli gent gentleman of note chooses to be enthusiastic about our town and county, we gladly vote the fact. Certain pert and chipper up coun try journalists started iv to "bounce" tha Herald for record ing a simple fact. We noted it as matter of duly. It was a thing of verity, specially grate ful to us of the Southern coun try. The probability is extreme that, if the chronicle had been left to tbe Los Angeles Herald alone, it wouldbave bceudiscredited. That somnolent region of ihe State of California, viz., the Northern, and Central counties,would still have be lieved that a provincial editor had been getting up a "boom" for his own section. Certain jourualssub sldiary to the San Francisco Stock Board would have indulged in a volant enthusiasm of Invective, in tended to discredit aud belittle the Southern section of this State. But, fortunately, a persevering rep resentative of the San Francisco Chronicle stuck his augur deeply and persistently into tbe Duke, with the result of eliciting an opinion from that geutlemuu on California. Tho Duke said he was strongly impressed, iv his visit to this coast, with Santa Monica aud the Yosemite. He added that Santa Monica ought to be a resort of world-wide significance and at traction. Probably, iv view of tbe Chronicle's disinterested develop ments, tbe conductors of minor San Francisco newspapers will be brought to realize tbat tbe Herald, iv reporting tbe Duks of Suther land's lively and energetic prefer ences for Los Angeles county and Santa Monies, really spoke by the card. TheDukeandbiecompanions as noblemen merely, are nothing to us. But au English Duke, who la a thorough gentleman, and who has reserved all his praise for our own section and the Yosemite, natural ly enlists our sympathies. Now let somebody look for those utter ances of bis which are eulogistic of San Francisco. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. JBpyoiai Lottie EtBBAXsO y t!i« W«*tflrQ Union Telegraph v PACIFIC COAST. MTOCH. BKPUBT. LAN KUANOISOO STOCK AND KX OHANUE BOARD. IfOBHIHQ SESSION. Bui Francisco, Juueu 601 Ophlr. 3<4, s '. so Alpha, 4; 410 Mexican, U"„ 1035 S Nevada, lev, 1£54 16?iM8X, IS)-, sjo Bet C, MIS. Ny, 103Dl»u. 11 HOO B & B, 16, 10V£ 150 Bullion, 9jc 1385 L'als, 1.70. 1.7 a lis Exchequer. 1.00, 270 Savage, 1 80 1% 1760 Con Va,4,a 96 £00 Overman, 1.35, 220 Chrfllar, 2 95,2 90 1.40 WSPotosl, 3.70, 8.65, 1290 Union, 15, Wi, 8.60_ 15X, 15?4, 315 H 4 IT, 4.83 16, 15%, 15V. 590 Point, 2.90, 2.91 575 Alta, 4.15, 4.20, 975 Jacket,s%, 5!, 4.10,4, 4.05 1290 Belcher, 8.45, 350 320 Scorpion, 2,1.95 100 Confidence, 1.75 225 Andes, 2.40, 245 OPEN BOARD-4.30 f. M. Ophlr. %% b; Gould * Curry, &% b, S% a; Sierra Nevada, 15% b, 16 a; Union, 14% s; Bullion. 95c a; Mexican. 13 b; Con Vir ginia, 3% a; Wales, 1.70 b; California, 1.65 b, 1.70 a: Beet St Belcher, lf>% b, 16 aj Cro, 600 a: Overman, 1.50 b; Crown Point, 2,85 b; Hale A Nororoiw, 4.85 b, 4.90 a; Jaoket, 5 1 -6 b.e'i a; Scorpion, 1.95b, 2a; julla,ssc b; Bullion, Mc a; Potoal, 3.75 a; Mt Diab lo, 9% a: Savage, 8.75 b; Bodie, IV, a: Utah, 10Kb; Cala, 1.70 a; Albion,Susb; Cbollar.Sa; Silver King, 21(4 o; N Belle, MX b. raueaseri Hoiiili and Eul. Fresno, Cel., June 13.—The fol lowing is the list of passengers for tbe South and East on tbe train which passed this place at 6 p. m.: W Loavia, Ban Francisco; Miss Loavla, do; J T Burgln, do; F Til ford, do; R M Squire, Oakland) G A Vlgnolo and wife, Loa Angeles; W H Hill, do; Miss Pearson, Hob ton; J H Levy, Arizona; Mrs Green, Alabama; W H Johnson, Cbieago; F Champion, Truokee; F Lyons, Sacramento; Mrs E Wilson, Nevada; F H Hewitt and wife, Oro vilie. «aa i.kikum BnliU. BaN Francisco, June 13th.— Wheat, firm, pood inquiry; No. 1, $1.40®1 42}; No. 2, $1 email@example.comJ. Barley; feed active at 82}@871o; brewing, 51.05fe1.121 for light and $1.15©1.2() for bright h»avy; stan dard chevalier, $1.15@1 20; coast doßsc®sl. Oats, quite firm; good and choice, $firstname.lastname@example.org; common $1.47J©1 57ti surprise. $1.76. Corn, dull; large yellow, $1.02J; small round do., $1,071; white, $1.17}. Hay, $6@12. Potatees; new la sacks, 65c®800.; iir boxes,email@example.com». Bags, wheat, B@B}. Wool; choice Humboldt and Mendocino, 28©31 c; obolco Sacramento, 24®26Jc; north ern do., 26®27J0.; valley Oregon, 25@250 ; faucy Sonoma, 28@30e.; slightly defective northern, 22® 250 ; choice San Joaquin, 20©220.; fair do., 18@19o.; choice southern coast, 20@21c; fair do., 17@19c. EASTERN. Tub limery I imn«» '•■« b« Al bany. Albany, Juno 13.—1n the bribery investigation Bradley took tbe stand. He said he bad voted first for White and Cornell; later for Conkliug aud Piatt; had talked with Sessions, but had given him no reason for the change. Many of bis constituents were friendly to Piatt and Conkllng. Cross-exam ined—Wan au oil dealer of Oiean; had got out lumber for navy yards previously. Ho proceeded to give a history of his business career, of wblcb tbo chief points were that be boarded at tlie inebriate asylum at Binghampton eight mouths; had been engaged in several suits about business, and that Ibe Peg Pick Railroad Company produced a paper signed by bim giving the right of way to the company which ho had told bis part ner lie had not signed. Witness said he was frequently at the rooms of Piatt aud Crowley during the canvass last January for Senator until ho made up his mind whioh he would support. Had talked frequently with Sessions, wbo urged vim to vote for Depew and Rogers. Witness gave him a very strong answer and Sessions kuew he would not vote for Depew under any circumstaaoes, or for any man hut a stalwart. Sessions made uo offer of money in January, and la this canvass knew witness would support Coukling and Piatt. Subsequently the witness gave him to understand tbat he was still a stalwart. Did not vote for Couk iiug snd Piatt on first ballot b. cause at ci» of bis constituents were oppose! lohini. Peckham ci'jcs tioued bim us to who were at tbe many stalwart conferences at the Delavau House, saying that his object was to show conspiracy. The stalwart counsel objected and the question was temporarily postponed, Tti.. senatorial Csaeect. Albany, June 13th.—The vole onSenatoi: Wheeler 10, Coukling 24, Jacobs 26, Cornell 8, Rogers 12, Lapham 0, Tremaiue 4, Folger 2, Bradley 1 Thero were many pairs. A Uunble Ellipse. DANViLLE.Va., June 13.—During the eclipse of the moon Saturday night, John Taylor, a negro who had grossly assaulted a white woman, was taken from Greeusboro Jail and banged. Tbe ways of tlie American are something tbat the English serv ant can never understand. Tbeir free-and-ca9y manners are very distressing to the flunkey, whose idea ot a gentleman is a solemn personage who goes through any quantity of useless ceremony, VValsioKbam, writing from Lon don to the Philadelphia Press, tells this good story of a noted New Yorker: "Mr. Lawrenca Jerome has just departed for New York, after a somewhat extended sojourn ou this side of the water. Every body knows of the jolly "Larry," and will therefore be able to appre ciate the following aneotdote of an experience In London, inimitably told by himself: His niece, Leon ard Jerome's daughter, is tbe wife of Lord Randolph Churchill, wbo also needs no intro duction to Americau readers, and behold, therefore, our friend Larry at the portals of their town bouse accosting a stately footman: "Is Mr. Churchill at borne?'' (The footman shivers.) "Me Lud is in Ireland." "Humph, what's be do ing in Ireland?" (Tbe footman is silent with horror.) "Is Mrs. Churchill in?" (The footman quiv ers with indignation.) "Me Lady, sir, is not down stairs yet." "Not up! Humph! A pretty time of day to be in bed! Well, you Just tell I Mrs. Churchill—" Ihe footman pales and is about to summon as sistance to eject the audacious in truder, wbeu a silvery laugh and a voice floats down from over the bannisters: "I hear you, Uncle Larry! Come right in." (The foot man bowing low ) "O, sir! me Lud! pardon me. If you please, me Lud, this way." Wilson King, United States Cou eul at Birmingham, gives the State Department some very interesting information relative to tbe opera tions of the coffee houses in tbat manufacturing city, and shows that tbey were a great stimulant to tbe trade of Birmingham. Tbey have also resulted in a marked re duction in tbe amount of intemper ance. Tbe "Birmingham Coffee House Company" was established in 1879. It was not established as a temperance or religious instru mentality. Its object was to give the general public, at a moderate price, opportunities of getting re freshments that are not spiritual, In as easy, speedy, pleasant and agreeable manner as they can git their gin or beer. Tbe coffee house has as much glitter and splendor as its gin bouse rival, and is conduct ed simply on business principles. No attempt is made to interfere with the religious, or political, or social opinions of any one wbo pre fers ooffee lustead of beer. No claim Is made upon any one social clasß. Customers wbo pay and behave themselves are always welcome, and every legitimate means are used to Induce them to come. The rooms are comfortably warmed and brilliantly lighted, newspapers are supplied, and marble-topped tables, large mirrors, shining glass and glittering chandeliers attract tbe •ye. Tbe company was started with 40.0C0 shares at 10s. eaob, of whioh 12,666 only have been Issued and paid up. According to tbe annual report, just made, there are now seventeen coffee nouses la success ful operation in Birmingham, and the company last year bad from 100.UOO to 150,000 business transac tions weekly, varying from a pen- Ny upwards. This may be said ti represent au average of 20,000 dally during the six working days of the week, and many of these 20,000 customers would al most certainly have drank spirits if these oofiee houses had not been available. In addition to the ordinary oof fee-house business the company, bavins found that the high prioe ot noB-intozieaots worked against them, undertook to make its own reratsd waters, with a result of sup plying the coffee bouses and other oustomers with soda water, ginger beer, lemonade, etc., of first qual ity, with a profit at a penny a bottle. During tb* last summer tbey made and sold 2000 dozen bot tles per week, and the demand was so great as to warrant tbem In in creasing their capacity to 5000 dozen weekly this year. Tbe report concludes by recom mending a payment out of the pro tils of last year of a dividend of 10 per cent., free of Income taz, after having carried more than 12000 to the depreciation fund. It has thus been proved that a skillfully managed company can carry on this trade in a wholesale manner In tbe midst of one of the largest English manufacturing populations, with the two very gratifying results of largely aiding to deorease tbe amount of drunk enness in a perfectly inoffensive and Impersonal manner, and of paying an annual dividend of ten per cent. NEW TO-DAY. First Class Cook Wanted. Call at 25K Main street. Jll at. Unfurnished Rooms. Two very desirable unfurnished rooms to let on the corner of Third and Hill streets. Enquire on the premises. 114-lw MRS. ROBERTS. LADIES' ULSTEKS. FOUND, on Sunday, on Ihe road to the Rancho Santa Anita, two ladles' ul sters, which the owner can recover at Ferguson A Rose's stable, on paying for this advertisement. Jl4-3D TOMAS OCAMPO. GOLDEN RULE Underwear and Shirt FACTORY, 11. Dato *$c Co., LOS AN JELLS ST., Near Commercial, Los Angeles, Cal. Always on hand and made to order on short notice, at lowest cash prices. LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, LADIES' WRAPPERS and DUSTERS, GEVTS' OVER3HIRTS of JiVERY DESCRIPTION. Jll-lm TRB OWL DRAMATIC CLUB, OF LOS ANGELES, Has the honor to announce to their sub scribers and the public that tbey will present for the first time In Loa Angeles the brilliant and highly successful com edy, written by Henry J. Byron, in three acts, entitled OUR GURtiS, AT TURNVEREIN HALL, On the evenings of TUESDAY, THURSDAY uuul SATURDAY, JUNE 21st, 23d and 25th. oar New scenery and now costumes. -i* ADMISSION, 75 CENTS. Reserved seats at P. Lazarus's Book Store, Spring street, on and after June 15. M. LEHMAN, Stage Manager. EXAMINATION of TEACHERS Notice is hereby given that an examina tion ol teachers will be held by tha City Board ol Examination, in tbe High School Building, Loa Angelea city, commencing Tuesday, July sth, At nine o'clock a. ii., aad continuing three days. The following studies arc required for a Second Grade City Certificate: Arithmetic, grammar, geography, composition, U. s. history, orthography, defining, penmac anip, reading and methods of teaching. All the above-named and the following additional studies are required for a First Grade City Certificate: Algebra, natural philosophy, natural history, physiology, j£ngli?h and American literature, princi ples of civil government, book-keeping, industrial drawing, vocal music ana the elements of political economy. All the above-named and the following additional studies are required for a High School Certificate: Rhetoric, general his tory, geometry, chemistry, geology, astron omy, mental philosophy. All applioanta for certificates must be preaentat the commencement of tho exam ination. Per order of the Board. MABY A. HODGKINS, jelltd Secy Board of Examination. THE HERALD STEAM PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK not equaled in South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se cure promptness and moder ate prices. Give this office a call and secure work at San Francisco Prices and of a Sas Francisco finish and style. WANTS—LOST-FOUND. 810 REWARD. Lost or strayed. 00 Tuesday. May 3d, from the Vlralnes Ranch, A BAY MARE, branded <U» on the left hip. Ten Dollars reward will be paid for the return of the mare to Nordholt's store, comer ot First and Los Angeles streets. niyB-lm FOUND! A place where a fine cup of COFFEE or POT OF TEA, with NICE LUNCH, cau be had for ten cents, AT SMITH'S. No. 8 TEMPLE ST. m29-tf Sewing Machine Operators Wanted Apply at GOLDEN RULE UNDER WEAR AND SHIRT FACTORY, Loa An geles street, near Commercial. J 11-St FOR SALE—FOR. RENT. FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT, ou Bunker Hill aveuue, near Second street; con venient to Normal school and free from dust. WM. D. STEPHENS, Je» Room US, Temple Block. FOR SALE. /I flraTaHousE of four rooms, JptfcsJv lot 05x130 with plenty or coou water and improvements, ooposlte University, West Los Augeles. Inquire ou premises. J7-lw AUCTION SALE. To be sold by public auction, If not pre viously disposed of by private sale, on SATURDAY NEXT, thellth Inst.,at 11 o'clock A. M.. tbe 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, with Adams windmill and tank of 5COi) gallons; also, a small or chard and SCO shade trees: six lots In all, two fenced in. Prioe, $900. Address, OCEAN HOUSE,SantaMonIOS. JS-lw Commercial copy. For Sale. TEN OR TWENTY ACRES of GOOD LAND, near the city, well improved, with bearing trees and grapevines, and a house, barn, windmill, etc. Also, FOUR DWELLING HOUSES, near the Normal School grounds, will be sold cheap. For particulars enquire of H. ED WARDS, at the central stables, Spring street, opposite the Court House. a29-lm FOR_SALE. IMPROVED RANCH OF ISO ACRES, being NE H Sec. 26, T. 1 8.. R. 14 W., S. B. M., being four miles southwest from the Court House. Title, Government Patent. Water right perpetual. The land 1b In the highest state of cultivation. Fruit trees on place; good well; finished house or six rooms; out-buildlngs, wind-mill, etc. For prioe and particulars apply to "La Esperauza Store," 108 Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. Je7-lm TO LET. NEWLY FURNISHEDSuany Rooms, at NO. O FIRST STREET, only a few steps from the PostofUce. m2l*lm FOR SALE. TUE FURNITURE COMPLETE OF A LODGING HOUSE, CHEAP. Enquire at Mott Building, No. 48 Spring streel, near the PostofUce. Jg-lW A GREAT BARGAIN. FIVE ACRES OK.LAND on Washing ton street, west of Flgueroa street, for sale very cheap. Inquire by letter un der Cypher H„ Heratd office. Jeltf FOR SALE. An interest in a well estahll»hed, pav ing MANUFACTURING BUSINESS: Irom $4000 to ISUOO capital required. Also, A DWELLING HOUSE, centrally 10. cated. Address R, Herald office. mlB-lru FOB SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; fine location: splendid investment. C. WHITE, my6-3m Roam 40 Temple Block. FORSALE. Furnished or uu furnished, A BEAUTI FUL RESIDENCE, nearly new aud 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, etc. The whole lot beautifully Improved, the rear contain ing from 18 to 24 choice assorted fruit trees in bearing. Apply on the premises, 139 Fort street. my27-2w FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OB EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one block from Postofflce. d3ltf BOARD AND ROOM, AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUN ny iront room, hot and cold water, southern exposure. In a private family, In tbe most desirable part of the city. Apply to Mrs.E.C.STAßlN.flrsthouse on north side of Ornngo street, Just off Pearl and Sixth street. m3-lm Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. aWSPACIOUS PARLORS,Fine Suites, and Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. evarTHE TABLE supplied with tbe beat the market affords. fe22tf MRS. M. H. KIMBALL, Prop. REMOVED. MADAME LECROCi has removed her Dressmaking aud Buttrlck Pattern Es tablishment to NO. 131* MAIN ST., uextto McDonald Block. Jel-lm Teutonia Hail, NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING Frohlinger & Mathleson, PROPRIETORS. car WINF.S. LIQUORS, BEER, ALE and CIGARS or tho best branda. awI.UNCIIKS ot all kinds supplied | on short notice. felatf J. C. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner or First aud Fort atreeta. awßuggies. spring wagons and aaddlc horses to hire. . Double team and buggy,a day (8.00 Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 8.80 Horae and buggy, per day.................. 2.50 Halt a day 1.60 ■•-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. s22tf s STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE I stockholders of tbe Main atreet and Ag ricultural Park Railroad will be bold at No. 8 Commercial atreet on the Aral , Monday of inly next, at 4 o'clock r. m., ' for tbe eleotlon of a Board of Director, and the transaction of snob other busi ness as may bo brought before tbem. JOHN O. WHEELER, See'y. Los ADgalea, Cal.. June lOtb, leal, jli-td NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SIEGEL'S. Extremely LOW PRICES HAVE MADE Trade Rushing THE PAST WEEK At Siegel's. Our policy ol making large sates and small profits tells. The people under stand the meaning of the term. "Enor mous Sales and Small Profits." Our Low Prices suit the masses, and the ex cellent qnalliy of our goods pleases all. It Is our Intention to "SELL" Goods and malntuln the lead In our line. Bargains in Shirts. 148 DOZEN CALICO SHIRTS AT SOc. EACH. 816 DOZEN PERCALE SHIRTS, sep arate cuffs and collars, warranted fast colors, at 70c. 47 DOZEN FRENCH PERCALE SHIRTS, latest atyle, separate cuffs and collars, at 81.GO. Also, a large variety of GENTS' COL ORED FULL-FINISHED HOSE at SSc. EVERYTHING In Ihe line of GENTLE MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS of the Best Quality, at POPULAR PRICES I SIEGEL'S, 56 IWLain Street, Corner Commercial, Los Augeles. my 15 OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, No. 116 Main St.,Cardoui Bloc*. The table will be famished with the best that can be procured In the marliet. Regular meals, 23 eta. aW ICE-CREAM SALOON connected • with the restaurant, mil-lm CHAS. WENZEL, Prop'r. PHILIP & BALDWIN, FIBS at LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY' Real Estate and Stock Brokers, NO. 67 MAIN STREET. Jletf Key West Cigar Store, NO. 78J MAIN STREET, LANFRANOO BLOCK SIM ISAACS. : I PROPRIETOR Manufacturer of FINE CIGARS and dealer In IMPORTED CIGARS and all lines of Smokers' Articles. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. mrStr LIVERY STABLE. HORSES BOIRDED at JOHNSON'S FhED STABLE, 11 ALISO ST., at $7 per month. Best of hay leed and good care taken. Also, stable room to runt at per month. myl7tf -A. CARD.-To those who ■Sir, in Inn to have removed perma nently SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, FRECK LES, LIVER SPOTS, BLACKWORHS, . MOLES, etc, I will send you a recipe tbat will cure you tree of charge. V. POPPER, 127 Montgomery street, San Franclsoo. Send a self addressed en velope. m2B-lm HAIR. GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having been with ' Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will con ' tlnne bualneaa at their old place. Mrs. i Smith la prepared to do all kinds of balr work In the best and latest styles. Re ■ member the place, NO. «• SPRING ST. BUs-lm I THOMAS FARRALL, Late or San Franolaco, baa opened a first-class > Merchant Tailoring ESTABLISHMENT, t AT IST MAIN STREET, Loa Angeles , He la a practical tailor and cutter of IS years yeara experience. He has cut In he best bouaas East and In San Francla o. Hla terms are very reasonable, ssrcall and see htm. aolDtr LAND FOR SALE 800 ACRES ot the beat fruit or agrl » cultural iand at $10 per acre, north of the Hunter Ranch, on the river, wltb right 0 of water. Inquire of T. E.ROWAN, 75 n Downey Block, or of tbe owner, W. C. B. 0 RICHARDSON, near the premises. 0 mtfMm-dAw '. FOR SALE. 1 A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF SS ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard . and vineyard of 20 acres. Inquire of A. 5 W. POTTS, County Olark'a offloe. mZa-lw j ——————^— ———— • MONEY TO LOAN On real estate aeourlty at low rates and nocommlaalon charged. Address P.O. i Bos ell. OUT. •* NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.' M CITY OF P ARISj 17 &19 Spring St., | T_.OS Oetl. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE! COMPRISING OUR ENTIRE OF SpringlSummer Importations TO COMMENCE MONDAY, : : : : JUNE 6th, And Continue for Thirty Days, During which time we will offer a, number ot REAL BARGAINS! To whioh we call the attention of the public: Present Fermar Price. Price. 100 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at Bic per yard, 12Jo 75 Pieces 4 4 Frenoh Lawns at 12jo " 20c 50 Pieces Linen Lawn at 250 " 37*0 100 Pieces White Marseille at B,a " ISfC 200 Pieces 4-4 Dress Lineu at 20c " Sue 100 Pieces Figured Tasso Linen at BJo " 200 50 Pieces all-wool Black Morales at 25c " 60» 50 Pieces all-wool Cashmere, comprislug all the New Bummer Shades, at 50c '* 760 25 Pieces 45 inches wide, all-wool Black Cash mere at 75c " 51.25 3a Pieces all-wool Biege, 42 inches wide, at 62Jc " *I.IW Mohairs, Buntings, Shoodas, Plaids, etc., AT THE IS.AME SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ! 500 New Style Summer Skirts at...50c. each Former price, SI 00 250 Shetland Shawls at 750. each Former price, $1 2* 250 Shetland Shawls at $1 00 each Former price, $1 60 200 Ladies' Linen Ulsters at $2 00 each Former price, 98 60 150 Ladiet' Cloth Ulsters at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00 160 Ladles' Linen Circulars at 52 50 eaoh Former prioe, 54 00 1000 DOZEN LADIES' THREE-BUTTON KID CLOVES Reduced to 50c. per pair -250 Summer Parasols at 40a Former price, 75cts. 150 Silk Brocade Parasols at 52 00 Former prioe, SS 60 100 Silk Brocade, lined and lace trimmed, 53 50 Former prioe, $8 00 GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT. 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at ™ 5 7 60...Former price, 51000 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suite at 510 00... Former price, 518 00 75 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at 512 00...Former prioe, 516 00 1 100 Men's Black Diagonal Coats and Vests, 5 9 00...Former prioe, 912 00 60 Men's Black Diagonal Coats and Vests, 512 60... Former prioe, 518 09 • 200 Men's Casßlmere Suits 5 9 00...Former prioe, 512 00 150 Men's Cassimere Suits 510 00...Former prioe, 518 50 , 100 Men's Cassimere Suite 5110B...Former prioe, 51500 ', 100 Children's Linen Suits ar 5160 Former price, 52 50 '75 Children's Linen Suits at 52 00 Former prioe, 58 60 ; 100 Boys' Linen Suits at $2 25 Former prioe, 54 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. s t I ; EUGENE METER & CO., . 17119 Spring St., Los -Angelas