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ran Herald Stbam Printijso
Hoi'sk mono* a specialty of Legal
Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etcT
. nnteil at low rates.
To the Farmers of Los Angeles
I am prepared to furnish cash ad
vances on grain stored at my bouse
at tbe rate of 7} per cent, per an
num for any and all amounts of
$1000 or more. E. Naud.
Physicians prescriptions and
family recipes a specialty with
Helnzeman & Ellis.
Eastern oysters every style;
hot and cold lunches and all the
delicacies of the season served on
tbe shortest notice at Congress
Hall, corner or Main and Requena
streets. Ice cold Boca beer, the best
on the Coast, always on band, as
well as a full supply of Ibe best
brands of liquors, wines and et
gars. Entrance to ladies' rooms on
Bequeoa street. Open day and
Mr. V. Adam, tbe pioneer tailor
of Los Angeles, No. 13 Spring
street, informs his patrons and tbe
publiu generally that be has Just
received a large assortment of tbe
latest styles of spring and summer
goods, which for elegance and va
riety of pattern cannot be sur
passed. A cordial Invitation is ex
tended to all to call and examine
bis stock. m2-lm
F. Lludquiat, merchant tailor,
No. 20 Spring street, is himself a
practical cutter; and, having had
ample experience lv Bau Francisco
and Los Angeles, knows how to
meet the requirements of his cus
tomers. He keeps a full supply of
the best cloths constantly on hand
and makes tbem up "upon honor."
Clothes cleaned or dyed, then
mended and pressed and warranted
to look like new, at No, 8 Allso
A number of desirable rooms to
let at No. 7 Third street. Tbe loca-.
tlon is accessible and desirable
rom every standpoint. The neigh
borhood is good and the bouse is
barely five minutes' walk from tbe
Court House.
Tbe colorlst does dyeing and
coming at No. 8 Allso atreet.
To Whom it May Concern.
rluasa take notloe: Any person
. avlug pledges or collaterals at tbe
Star Loan and Broker Office, No, 4
Commercial street, will please re
deem tbe same or pay accrued in
terest tbereuu within thirty days
irom this date or tbey will be Bold.
P. B.—Money loaued on all kinds
•tt personal property. uarSOtf
Hughes's Russian Battle. Lo
cated No. 15 Main street, opposite
the Pico House. Gentlemen aud
ladles attended to by tersous of
tbelr own sex.
Patent medicines at New Yuit
prices at Heln/.eman <St Ellis's.
See tbe Concolodor in his won
derful transmutation of colors at
tbe dyeing and scouring establish
ment, No. 8 Allso street.
Pleasant rooms with board, 206
Spring street. aplo:loi
Largest assortment of trusses in
Southern California at Ueinzeiuau
& Ellis's.
Buy your drugs aud medicines ut
Heinzeman & Ellis's.
Everything must go! We are sell
iuk at actual cost—tbo first time since
our opening! SEE OUR PRICKS! Eve
rything marked
CaU Laos Sboes, very durable $1 25
Heavy Calf Congress Gaiters, double
gole 1 '*
KID Boots, good nnd cheap 2 50
Fine Call Alexia S'uoes.buokleorlaoe 1 no
Calf Oxford Ties, great bargain......... 1 25
French CaU Boots Philadelphia
style, nobby « CO
Calf Alexis, N.Y. style, handsome... a 00
Prince Alberta, pretty shoe — 1 75
Frenoh Calf Gaiters, custom made... 2 50
t reuehOalf English Walking shoes,
good i 2 00
Call made 2 00
Kid Foxed Boots, scolloped or plain.. 85
Kid > ozed Boots, full scolloped, bar
fains ...«• 1 25
J Foxed Button Boots, good article 1 60
Krenoh Kid Boots, stylish. —. 2 50
Fine Kid Nee/ports, sawed, only .1 DO
Kid Button Boota, great bargain 150
French Kid Slippers, rosettes 60
call Walking Sboes, nigh cut, saerl-
Bead 1 00
Pebble Goat Button Boots, very dura
ble i n
Selected French Kid Button Boots,
satin finish 3 60
Calf School Shoes, very cheap 75
Uoat Balmorals, scolloped, high out 1 uu
Goat Button Boots, good article 1 00
Kid Foxed Balmorals, scolloped 1 00
French Kid Button Boots, handsome 1 75
Kid Foxed Button Boota, scolloped... 1 25
Calf School Sboes, own make 1 00
Calf School Shoes, good and strong.. 7a
Goat Button Boots, high cut and
scolloped — 1 W)
Goat Laos Boots, good article 7a
Calf Shoes, high out, own make. 1 00
Kid Button Boots, very cheap.... 1 U)
Boys' sboes ln great variety $1 upward
Ladles' and uenta' Goat and Cloth
Slippers, 45Y). Silk Plush Slippers, 750.
Tbe entire balance stock, consisting of
over 268,000 pairs of every description ot
Boota and Shoes, now being saorlfled at
eaually low figures, at the CHEAT
opposite the Postofnce. Bee our PRICE
Carl 11. F. Scliwenni
[Better known aa Don Carlos,]
Late bar-keeper or the Post Exchange,
has purohaaed the above well-known sa
loon, whloh he has thoroughly refitted.
AND CIGARS ot the best quality to be
found in the market always on hand,
A cordial Invitation la extended to his
old friends and the public to give bim a
*wYßagatelle Table for Pttitime.
The Loa Angelea Ice Company having
•Jueed tbe price or Ice to
One Cent per Pound
Parmantntly, are ready to serve all fam
ilies with five pounds for five cents per
day daring the summer, lee for eale at
WEDNESDAY....JUNE 15. 1881.
Herald Steam Printing House.
Ihe lleral.i Miasm Printing- House la
cot surpassed by any Job Printing offloe
the Pacific Coast, outside of Ban Fran
isco, in facilities for doing Job works
ow prices, good work and expedition
i ay be relied upon at this office.
UiviaXpn of Telegrams and Reports (or
the benetltof Commerce and Agriculture
Report or observations taken at Los An
geles, cal„ June 14,1881,
Maximum Tbarmometer, 80.0
Minimum " 58 0
Quintette Club Concert to-night.
See advertisement beaded "$75."
Dance at Santa Mooiea Pavilion
next Sunday.
See advertisement of liberal re
ward, elsewhere.
A man and wife advertise for a
situation under New To-Day.
Mendelssohn Quintette Club con
ceit ut Turn Verein Hall to-nigbt.
A girl ia advertised for iv our
New To-Day to attend in a coffee
Col. Charles Thomas, of Hem
met Valley, San Diego county, Is
stopping at tbe Cosmopolitan.
Mr. Joseph Rosenberg, executor
of the late Michael Reese, returned
to San Francisco overland last
A partner in an established bus
iness, witb a capital of $3500, ia ad
vertised for elsewbere. Address L,
Herald office.
Mr. P. VV. Doouer has been ap
pointed a Notary Public for Los
Augeles city, vice Mr. Charles J.
Fox, resigned.
Tho case of J. W. Day, the foot
racer, arrested on the charge of
embezzlement, will ba heard In tbe
City Court to-day.
The attention of members of
Confidence Engine Company No. 2
is directed to a notice which ap
pears under New To-Day.
Mr. John W. Mackey, of the Bo
nauza Arm, passed through Los
Angele* lai>t evening en route home
from Paris and New York, via tbe
Southern route.
Mr. L. M. Holt, of the Riverside
Press and Horticulturist, favored
us with a call yesterday. He was
on his way to San Diego for whloh
place be left per ateamer Orizaba
last evening.
Mr. U. BlotterCeek, wbo has
been couQned to bis bouse for some
weeks, was on the street yesterday.
He hopes to be fully recovered and
able to attend to business! regularly
In a few days.
Mis* M. E McLellau, Miss M. K.
Simons, Mrs. Bickuell, Mrs. Gib
son, Mrs. Hlrsobfeld, Mrs. Stanway
und Mrs. Lockbardt are to be con
gratulated on tbelr successful man
agement of ths Orphans' Home
lawn social.
Tue San Bernardino limes says
tbat, from present accounts, tbe
honey crop for Ihe present season
ln that county will be less than an
average, owing to tbe lateness and
coldness of tbe season, which re
tarded tbe work of the bees.
The box sheet for "Our Girls,"
to be given by lire Owl Dramatlo
Clnb at Turn Verein Hall naxt
week, will be opened to the public,
to secure reserved seats, at P.
Lazarus's bookßtore, this morning.
Those desiring ohoico seats should
call early.
Judge Illues, ot Sau Buenaven
tura, arrlvid in Loi Angeles by
stage last evening. He will occu
py the bench in Judge Sepulveda's
branch of tbe Superior Court to
day for tbo purpose cf bearing mo
tions In certain cases tried before
| bim on bis previous visit to this
We bad the pleasure of a oall
yesterday from Mr. I. Cboynski,
tbe editor of the San Francisco An
tiquary. Mr. C. Is on a tour ef tbe
southern counties and is the same
bale, mercurial gentleman as of eld.
He seems to bave survived bis ren
contre with Pizley, of the Argo
naut, In good form.
Sam Slug, tbe Chinaman who Is
suspected of having administered
tbe poison which caused the death
of Mrs. Lucas, at ber residence at
South Santa Monica last Saturday,
was arrested by Constable Ling on
Monday evening. His prelimina
ry examination will take place be
fore City Justice Adams ou Thurs
day, at 10 a. Al.
Charles Crocker, President of the
Southern Paolflo Railroad Com
pany, aud parly, are expected to
leave Soledad by private convey,
anoe to-morrow for San Luis Obis
po. It is said that this visit has a
bearing upon the proposed exten
sion of the Northern Division of
the S. P- R. R snd the building of
a branch line along tbe southern
coast.— San Luis Obispo Tribune.
We had the pleasure of a oall
yesterday from our genial friend,
Mr. D. B. Woolf, late clerk of the
Supreme Court, who came down
from San Francisco per steamer
Orizaba. His legion friends here
w|ll be glad to learn that he bas
come for good and that bereaftei
Don Bernardo will devote bis at
tention to tbe cultivation of a vine
and fig tree under which to reoline
when old age oomee upon bim.
Messrs. J. D. Boyer and H. Ii
Brew bave purchased the mining
; interests of Mr. Pierce in the Prov
', Idenoe Mountain District, paying
therefor $20,000. Taese mines arc
' rich, and as they "fill bewitbic
easy reach of the railroad now
building, and tbere are now reel
. u~a\ juj.^aaeaaaßSßlßßieasttaieMU.
Suantities of ore In Bight, Messrs.
irew and Boyer have made a most
excellent purchase.— San Bernar
dino Timet.
Tbe Messrs. J. E. Hollenbeok and
E. F. Bpsnce returned yesterday
from a three days trip to Bakers
field and Kern county. Tbey were
out in search of a genuine sun-bath
and got it, Mr. Spenoe taking bis
principally on the nose. Tbe genial
climate of our neighbor was on its
best behavior out of respect to tbe
Los Angeles visitors. There is
nothing like tbe climate of Interior
California, at tbis season of tbe
year, for tinting tbe complexion
or peeling off the akin.
Beaders of the Herald will re
member tbat on Sunday, June sth,
a peddler was waylaid and robbed
near the Mission San Gabriel. The
robbers took $50 from him and
then shot him, one ball passing
through tbe palm of bis hand and
the other inflicting a slight wound
on his abdomen. Constables Ling
and Barretto, who bave been
working the matter up quietly
since, yesterday went out to the
Mission and, oa dues obtained by
tbem, last night arrested Juan An
tonio Perez, Manuel Duarte and
JoeS Melendrez, whom they
brought to town and locked up to
await examination. From evi
dence In tbe possession of Messrs.
Ling and Barretto they are con
fident tbat tbe men arrested are
tbe ones wbo committed the rob
bery and attempted murder.
Tbe oase of Newman, arrested on
Monday for plying a gambling de
vice within tbe city limits, will be
tried before City Justioe Adams
this morning. Tbe accused claims
that bis "racket" is not a game of
obance, but one of certainty, on his
part, at least. His apparatus con
sists of a wheel within a wheel
wblob revolve in opposite direc
tions. On the outer one are several
obromo cards, and on tbe other an
equal number ofoards, one in three
of whloh bears a prizs number of
from $2 to $40, the others being
blank. Tbe game opens by tbe
operator selling a penny whistle
for one dollar, tbe purchaser being
allowed tbe chance of winning a
prize. He then starts bis machine.
After tbe wheels have stopped ths
manipulator, who knows tbe value
of the prize behind the obromo,
makes an offer for tbe chance,
wbioh tbe purchaser of the whistle
may accept or reject as hs pleases.
Stephen M. White, Esq., appears
for tbe defense and Assistant City
Attorney Gage for the proseoutlon.
It Is expected to be one of the most
interesting oases tbat has taken
place for some time, tbe prosecu
tion having summoned all the
sports ln town as experts to deter
mine whether tbe game is one that
will come under tbe head of a
gambling device.
Citizens' Meeting at El Monte
A goodly Dumber of tbe leading
reskleuta of tbe El Monte school
district met at tbe Bohool bouse at
1:80 v. m., Saturday, tbe 11th Inst.
Their object whs to have an open
talk and a free Interchange of views
as to the expediency of voting, on
tbe 18th Inst., a tax of $5000 to
build a school house, said $6000 to
be raised by giving tbe bonds or
tbe school district, to run for ten
years, with interest, payable an
nually, ut the rate of sight (8) per
cent, per anuum.
The meeting, a 9 a committee of
tbe whole, considered the follow
ing questions:
First—ls a new school necessary,
and if so, bow much ought it to
cost ?
Second—la It expedient to tun
into a 10 year debt of $6000, wltb
Interest at 8 per cent, per annum,
to pay for it ?
A general end lengths discussion
to the effect that the present sobool
building will amply aocommodate
all tbe children of tbe district; and,
with a few repairs, will answer its
purpose for some time to come;
that a debt of $6000, with eight per
cent. for the time the debt was to
run, would amount to about $9000,
(one gentlemao differed from this),
or $00 on the $1000 of the assessed
value of the real estate of tbe dis
trict, and a mortgage at the like
rate upon farms and homesteads;
that tbe debt would be unnecessary
aud onerous, and if the tax wore
levUd It would provoke much bit
ter feeling aud prolonged and ex
pensive litigation—with poor re
sults; tbat, ln a year or two, the
people oould assemble and oousidor
what kind, and how expensive, a
school house was wanted; and,
whenever a new building might be
erected, tbe present bouse should
be attaobed as a primary or a play
At 3 o'olock tbe meeting organ
ized, with Mr. Wm. Slaok as
Chalrnman and Geo. H. Feck as
Secretary. After further dissua
sion, the resolutions, Introduced by
M. F. Quinn, and seconded by G.
H. Peck, were unanimously adopt
ed, as follows:
Flrst-rlt is the opinion and wish
of this meeting that the School
Trustees should expend tbe balance
of tbe county funds in tbe sobool
treasury ln repairing and Improv
ing the present sobool building.
Second—That we are opposed to
levying a tax, or running ln debt
for $6000, to build a new soboal
house; and,
Third—That we respectfully re
quest tbe Board of Sobool Trustees
lo withdraw their notioes for elect
ors'to meet on Saturday, the 18tb
Inst., to dsoide if tbey will vote a
tax of $6000 to build a new school
bouse. Said $6000 to be raised by
giving tbe bonds of the district,
eald bonds to run for ten years,
wltb Interest payable annually, at
the rats of eight per cent, per an-
Mr. Albert Host, Secretary of
tbe Board of Truatees, belug called
00, said tbat be tbougbt tbe no
tices oould not be recalled. It fol
low! tbat tbe meeting to vote tax
•r no tax will be bold on tbe 18th
Inst. After requesting a copy of
the prooeedingt to be furnished tbe
Las Angsles Herald the meeting,
at 4:30 o'elook adjourned.
Geo. H. Pbck,
Go to Saxton * 00. whooontinua
to sell everything In the drag Una
cheaper than aver. Prescriptions
carefully prepared. 118 Main street,
Lot Angelea.
Oplnloa by Judge BepaWao\
In the Superior Court of Los Ange
les County, State of California:
Los Angeles Gas Company )
vs. \
J. B, Toberman, Mayor. )
An application has been made to
thla Court for a writ of mandamus,
to issue to tbe Mayor of the city of
Los Angelea, to compel him to sign
a warrant for $518.50, which the
Counoll of tbe city of Los Augeles,
by a vote of ten of its members, di
rected to be drawn in favor of plain
tiff for lighting tbe streets under a
purported contract between plain
tiff and tbe city of Los Angeles.
Tbe cbarcsr requires tbat all war
rants ordered by the Council should
be signed by tbe Mayor and coun
tersigned by tbe Auditor; the Au
ditor signed the warrant in ques
tion, but the Mayor refused to sign
ths same. It appears by tbe peti
tion herein (and the truth of its al
legations are confessed by tbe de
murrer) that on the sth day of
March, 1881, tbe Connoil by a vote
of fourteeu out of fifteen of It*
member*, approved and adopted a
draft of the contract ln question,
and, by ths same vote, oruered the
Mayor, the defendant herein, to
sigu the same on the part of tbe
city. Un tbe 19th of March tbe
Mayor returned to tbe Council tbe
said contract, declining to sign tbe
same. Tbe Council, by a vote of
eight to five, there being thirteen
members present, ordered tbe
Clerk to sigu the said oontraot in
behalf of tbe city. Tbe oontraot
was thereupon signed by tbe Clerk
and the President of said Gas Com
pany, was delivered to tbe Clerk
for aaid city and a copy retained by
tbe plaintiff. The plaintiff, lv
purauanoe of said oontraot,
furnished gas for lighting the
street* for oue month, duly pre
sented bis claim therefor to the
Council and this body, aa above
«et fortb, ordered the Clerk to laau*
ths said warrant, whloh tbe de
fendant now refusss to sign a* re
quired by the charter.
In defense of his action in tbe
premises, tbe defendant urges that
tbe oontraot is illegal, beoause tbe
Mayor was tbe only one author
ized to sign the contract, and be
oause If some otber person was or
dered by tbe Council to sign the
same, ten and not eight member*
were required to ooncur in the
Section 5 of Article IV. of the
City Charter provides tbat "eight
members of Ihe Council shall be a
quorum to do business."
Section 7 of tbe some article
says: "The concurrence of a major
ity of a quorum is a sufficient ma
jority to dstsrmlne any question or
matter other tbau the final pas
sage of au ordinance, or ezoept
when otherwise specially provided.
Tbe oonourrenoe of ten members of
tbe Council eball be necessary for
tbe final passage of an ordinance
appropriating money, and eight for
all otber ordinances." Ssotion 19
of Article XII. provides: "Ten
members of tbe Council shall be
necessary to pass any ordinance or
resolution, or to do or perform any
other aot whereby auy debt Is cre
ated and money is appropriated, or
the revenue of tbe city is in any
way diminished." Section lof tbe
same article providee that "the
City of Los Angeles shall not be
and Is not bouud by any oontraot,
or in auy way liable thereon, un
less ths same is made in writing
by order of tbe Council, tbe draft
thereof be approved by the
Council, and the same ordered to
be, and be, signed by the
Mayor, or some otber person in be
half of the city." * * • *
It Is dear from ths reading of tbe
foregoing provisions tbat tbe oon
traot between tbe plaintiff and tbe
olty . was legally approved and
adopted by tbe Counoll, fourteen
out of fifteen voting for It. These
made tbe contract, exoept that tbe
Council might order the Mayor or
some other person to sign the same
ln behalf ot tbe city. And tbe
Mayor should have signed it, for
no discretion is vested ln him to de
cline. It was a msre ministerial
aot whioh be was bound to perform,
and was not an ordinance or reso
lution where tbe charter vests him
with the right of veto; for it is only
where an ordinance or resolution is
oonoerned, that tbe charter re
quires should be presented to tbe
Mayor for his approval and signa
ture, and where discretion Is vested
In him to approve or return the
same with bis objeotions. (Section
11, Article XII., of charter.) No
doubt oan be eutertalned that tbe
Mayor could bave been compelled
to sign the contract by mandamus;
the Council, however, authorized,
by a vote of eight to five, the
Clerk to sign it. This act of sign
ing was no aot tbat "created any
debt aud whereby money was ap
propriated;" nor was "ths revenue
of the city in any way diminished
thereby;" nor was it tbe "final
passage ot an ordinance or resolu
tion appropriating money." The
Council elmply ordered that in
pursuance of Section 1 of Artiols
XII., tbe Clerk Instead of the May
or should sign a contract already
adopted by a vote of fourteen to
It results that the Mayor cannot
evade bis duty in tbis manner, nor
oan the contract be aunulled In
■ such a summary and informal way.
There are no merits In tbe demur
rur and tbe same Is overruled.
Bepulveda, Judge.
Superior Court SBPULVEDA, J.
Tuesday, June 14,1881.
Lea Angelea Gas Co. va Mayor
Tobermau—Application for writ of
mandate—Demurrer argued by J.
F. Godfrey and A. W. Huttou for
plaintiff aud H. T. Hazard for de
fendant; demurrer overruled; opin
ion filed.
John Bell va H. H. Allen, execu
tor, et al—Demurrer sustained as
to executor. Leave granted to dis
miss as to the exeoutor without
prejudioe. _ .
MoLain vs Taylor st ux—Default
of R. J. Floyd entered; oase con
tinued until Monday next at 10
A. M,
O'Counor vs Bennett.
In re adoption of Maud A. Bent
by J. Henry—Petition granted.
8. G. Murphy vs Los Angeles
Odd Fellows' Building Association
—Ordsr to show cause why Injunc
tion should not be granted—On
lore estate of F. D. de Logo, da
ceased—Bsttlsmsnt of final ac
count of administrator continued
until Thursday next at 2 p. at.
Haley vs Frankel Brother* et al—
Motion to retax ooets passed until
to-morrow at 10 a. m.
Cell* vs Porter et al—Passed.
Estate of A. W. Williams, de
ceased—Petition for order confirm
ing sale of real estate heard and
S. Cobn vs Creditor*—Wm. R.
Rowland appointed assignee; bond,
Guardianship of A. 8. Van de
Graff, minor—Final account al
lowed and guardian discharged.
set for to-day,
P Gaesave v* Crsdltors.
Estste of Maria Dolores Navarro.
Estate of John Collins Brown.
Haley vs Frankel Bros, et al.
The Lawn Social.
Tbe receipts of tbe lawn social
for the benefit of tbe Los Angeles
Orphans' Home were $154 87; ex
penses, $12.00; net receipts, $141.97.
The Board of Managers desire to
express their earnest gratitude to
Judge Widney and wife for the use
of their grounds and for valuable
assistance rendered by them during
the day and evening of tbe enter
tainment. Tbe Board, also, are
under obligations to tbe Herald-,
Commercial and JSxpreu, to Messrs.
Dotter & Bradley, Mr. Joe Mesmer,
the Presbyterian Church, Mr. Jas.
Velsir and Councilman W. N.
Monroe for special favor* and to
the public generally for liberal en
An Athenian Romance.
[S. F. Exchange.]
Ia Oakland, tha Athens of the
Pacific, the Eden of California, the
aerpeut, that anoient enemy of
man, haa shown bis bead. It Is a
sad tale, a story of passion oddly
mixed up with religion, and we
proceed to Its relation witb tbat
keen regard for the feelings of
others whioh has ever cuaracter
icsd this journal. When Moody and
Sankey sang the praises of Purity in
Oakland, and assursd tbe natives
of tbat delightful villsgs tbat
tbsy would be eternally damned
unless tbsy gave up their hand
squsszlngs and huggery-inuggery,
a fair soprano, married, and a mil
itaryigentlsman, also married, sat
in tbs front row and drank In re
ligion as the thirsty etsg quaffs tbe
water from the brook, bus eang,
"Where is My Wandering Boy To
night V (her husband is a Ban
Franoisco merchant), and the mili
tary man groaned, "Hold the Fort,"
in an impassioned bass, wbile tbe
good Mr. Moody blessed tbem for a
braoecf model converts. And In
tbe calm days suooeeding those
nights of beartfelt devotion, those
brands anatoned from tbe burning
sat sids by side in tbe male brand's
buggy, and drove through quiet
country ways, and stopped at quiet
oountry iuna, wbile their conversa
tion was of religion and tbe bliss of
adding new souls to tbe great mass
of creation. It is reoorded that the
male brand would halt bis
buggy some distance from tbe fe
male brand's realdenoe, and play
the opening bars of "Nearer My
God to Thee" on a tin whistle. Tbe
lady rejoined with a stanza of
"Come to Jesus," and then the in
nocent pair would drive forth into
tbe great and scandal-loving world,
and oompare their impressions of
the Bible from Genesis to Revela
tions. But tbe military gentleman
had one terrible and unpardonable
weakness—he kept a diary. In this
little book It was bis wont to re
cord all the conversions be bad
made by tbe laying ou of banda
and otber methods, together with
tbe details of bow bis female peni
tents received tbe mighty truth.
In a woeful hour bis wife lit upon
the diary, aud to use a phrase ex
pressive but almost sacrilegious In
such a eonnectlon. she "tumbled to
tbe racket," and she not only tum
bled to her husband but she made
tbe deuce of a raoket berself, so
loud, Indeed, that it reaobed the
ears ot tbe fair convert's spouse.
He most emphatically disapproved
of tbe manner in whioh his wife
was led to the fold, and was sinful
enough to sue for a divorce in Red
wood City. The Court was like
wise depraved and Irreligious
enough to grant it, and to award
the custody of tbe convert's tbree
young ohildreu to tbe plaintiff.
The matter stopped here.
Tbe amateur evangeliet burn
ed bis diary, and his wife
forgave him. But In Oakland
tbe maids and matrons, aud the
virgins tbey call vestals, still revel
In tbe moet delioious morsel of
scandal that prollflo town haa
yielded for many a day.
Alumni Association.
BelleviDg tbat a general Aiuuinl
Association would be a benefit to
all graduates of colleges residing
in and about this olty, we hereby
invite all such to meet at tbe par
lors or tbe Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Friday evening, June 17th, at 8
p. M., for tbe purpose of making
arrangements for an Alumni
Uulou to be fully organized, and
represented In au appropriate ad
dress at tbe University Heceptlon,
West Dos Angeles, Wednesday
evening, June 22.
E. F, Bpenck,
H. 0. HCBBEU.,
Property Transfers.
4 (SIBUON-JUNE U, 1881.
Alfred Berry and Frsnolsaa R de Barry,
hla wire, to Butler Talmadge~B.BS acres
ln let 1, division B, Berry £ Elliott's sub
division or lands ef San Uabrlel Oiauae
drove Aai'n; ti.
R Q Sneatb to W D KUlretge—Fruit
jaotory lands, east ot Los Augeles river:
. ¥, ?. soa5 oa ! ltin * ,nd E A, his wife, to
Julia H Ward-Lot D.blk B, lands ol Lake
Vineyard Land and Water Ass'n, and
peraonal Property: 5345 U.
Moses Norton, Waa R Rowland, as
signee, I W_ Bellman, Farmers' and
Merchant*' Bank, H Houlg and 8 Ba
ruch, partners as Paolflo Manuraoturlng
Co, M Mayer, B Dlukllspsll aud £ Elvea
s*r, by anuria, to Ahranam Baas—Let N
aid* BeQuena st and lot W aids Wlluting
ten st; f1M2.78. *
A Baaa to 1W Hsllman—Same aa last
above: MOW.
X N Moore to E Dunbar—Lot 18, O'Mel.
veny's subdivision ar blk £1, Ord's sur
vey; tS7S.
ttstai* of a. W Williams to Mary 0 WH<
llaaas—Order oonflrmlng aal*ot lota as,
a,I«,N,M aad ti, Raacbo La Canada,
and peraonal properly; f 158133.
Five hundred dollare worth ol
.loond-naad olothlng wanted al
Ho. 8 Allso street »
" i _. tk.
Free of Cost.
Db. Kins'a New Discovery
for Consumption, Cough* and
Cold", Asthma, Bronchitis, ate, la
given away ia trial bottlee free ef
ooet to the afllloted. If you have a
severe cough, cold, difficulty of
breath log, hoarseness er any affec
tion of tbe throat or lungs by all
means give this wonderful remedy
a trial. As you valne yoor exis
tence you cannot afford te let tbls
opportunity pass. We could not af
ford, and would not give tbls rem
edy away unless we knew it would
accomplish what we claim for It.
Thousands of hopeless oases have
already been completely cured by
It. There Is no medicine In tbe
world that will cure one-half tbe
oases that Sr. Kind's New Dis
covery will cure. For sale by
Heinzeman & Ellis, druggists, Los
Buoklen'e Arnloa Salve.
The Best Salve In tbe world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, ohepped
hands, chilblains, oorns, and all
kinds of skin eruptions. Tbls
salve Is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction in every case or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Heioseman & Ellis,
wholesale agents, Los Angeles.
The best feeding bottle In the
world for sale by Heinzeman &
Second-band clothing bought and
sold at No. 8 Allso street
JUNE 15 tli.
Grand Concert!
Quintette Club,
And tha DUtinguiahed Prima Donna,
Members of the Mendelaaolm Quintette
Firat Violin.
Seoond Violin.
Ist Viola and Olarionette.
2d Viola and Flute.
Herr Frederick Qlese,
Solo Violoncello to the King ot Holland.
Thin Renowned Club, whose record of
more than THIRTY YE A ltd OF SUC
CESSIVE TRIUMPHS ii known to lovers
of musio throughout the land, is the most
perfect combination of its character on
this Continent, and is in tbe front rank of
similar organizations in the world.
Wednesday Wig, 8 o'clock.
07" TICKETS, with reserved soat, SI;
at Wangeman's Musio Store. JeStd
Str«ang > c,
But True
258,000 PAIRS OF
—AND —
258,000 Pairs of Boots A
Shoes under one Roof I
We Carry the Largest
Stock In our line In
Southern California.
We are selling as much
as any two shoe stores
In town. Why Is It? Be
cause we are by far
Cheaper than the Cheap*
est, far Better than the
Best. We are selling AT
NET COST for 80 days.
Whisper It to your friends!
The Grea Half-Price
Opposite the P. O.
It kills pain, itching and Inflammation
at once. TRY IT. For sale by all drug,
gists. Price. 25 cts. a box. myt^m-la
County Warrants, etc.
I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City
and Couuty Warrants, Judgments, and
all kinds or claims.
Attorney at Law.
■ay-Room 49 Temple Blook. nSO-ly
Keeps ou hand the best Bear, Veal,
Pork. Mutton, Halt Mean and all kinds
of Sauaagaa. Meats delivered to all parts
of tbe olty. A. FRANCE,
mrl'tim Proprietor.
John and Water Ota.
Revolving Furnace,
OMocoaialag, Dasarcterixtag and Boast
[ lng Ores. Also saanufaotarera ot 8 team
1 ■ajjass. Raw Mias. Hatting, Oaariag,
The Queen Shoe Stare.
•o*Now Is your time to select from tbese justly oelsbrated ssoss, oM
equaled for Btyle, Quality and Wear, your site, while tba sss.rtaseet.l
The Very JL.atesjt Uadieo' aad Oeata' •usmjsaor
Styles Open for Inspection
A Sweeping Reduction in Boots and Shots it
Am &v MoDonald's, «
Sign or tbe Big'
Red Boot, Man™^^^^^^
Come One! Come All!
A» I Must Bfalc** Room for tho Immeaso ■took
Now Arri-rlnsz- from tlie Ksuat.
WEverybody knows that A. S. MoDONALD keeps tba bast steak
of ladies', Ksotlemeu's, mlesek' and children's BOOTSand MOM la
Southern California. Call and examine the stock. BatMsa
for Devlin's Celebrated Custom-
Made Stilts than over before. His
prices bave boon reduoed. No bettor fitting
garments are to be obtained. Gome and sea our
samples. Select the kind you want, and wa .
will guarantee satisfaction In every respect, or
no sale.
Our Reduction Sale in Gent's Furnishing
Goods still goss, and you will And it to your ad
vantage to bay your shirts and underwear and
otber goods at tbe low prloes at whioh thay ara
now being sold. We bave certainly reduoed
prloes on larger lines of goods.
Tbe "Coulter Shirt" Is giving perfect satis
faction, and is undoubtedly without a rival on
tbe Cosst. Men are paying high prloes for
shirts msde to order that are no better in any
respeot than those we are selling at vary low
prices. Tbe "Coulter Shirts" are manufactured
expressly to my order. Call andsse tbem.
tVZsV "TTHTCSS sewimcT
»», JOHN BTJBIVS, Agent.
At Ho. 39 Spring St.. opposite Court House. «•
Perhaps it will Never
Come Again!
You Can Now Buy Your
Boota and Shoes at
Actual Coat I
But Remember,for3o
Days Only!
Men's Boots and Shoes
Ladies' Shoes at Cost!
Misses' Shoes at Costl
Boys' Shoes at Cost!
Chlldrens' Shoes at Costl
Infants' Shoes at Cost!
This is the first time
that this has occurred
si nee our open i ng, but
remember, for THIR
The Great
Half-Price Shoe House
Nolle* Is hereby given tlißt an eiaml
aatloa of teaohera will be held by the
Oounty Board ot Kdncallou, lv OOOa)
TEMPLARS' HALL, commencing
At > o'clock A. sr., and continuing three
I days. All applicant! (or certlflsataa
most b* present at ths commencement
ef the elimination.
' Br order of the Board.
• Oounty lup'L
Los Angelas, May 11, uu, aeStta-d**
A Dead Secret!
Whisper it Lightly!!!
Pass it Around
-All Sizes and Uaad
■owe Patterno,
An Apron with Each
Pair of Shoes!
Now is Your Time,
Girls; te go well
Dressed I
Opposite the P. 0.,
And Set Your Aprons! They
Cost You Nothing!
Mr. p. loiskau has mads arraass
menu with Hr.D. V. WaJSra* wata*
eoakla him to aaaoaas*iSsisimi mmm
day, beg mains with Baaaay!larU mfe.
b. will air* —-» -ins giianZ
s^ift 10 * 9nmm »—.*H*
' Sad shaiastsrs eaeiaasA ■ aaMal

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