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THURSDAY JUNE 16, 1881.
Herald Steam Printing House. Tbe taclllties ef the Hicbald Steam printing House for doing Job work are uot surpassed la California outside of San Pranelaoo and Saoramento. All work en truated to us will be executed witb neat ness and dispatch at tha lowest living rate 1. SaTKCIAI. NOTICE. Hereafter notices of companies, socie ties, ohurcbes, etc., will only be Inserted In the HEBAi.n as paid advertisements. Wo reserve, lor Places of Worship, a grat ia directory, whioh will appear every Sunday morning. A Cartons President. One of the moat remaikable and anomalous tblugs lv tlie whole hletory of Amerioan administra tion! li tbe appointment of Mr, A. M. Gibson, lately tbe Washington correspondent of tbe New York Sun, to an important position in Attorney-General McVeagh's of floe at Washington. Gibson's his tory can be quickly summarized. In 1871 be waa an obscure attorney in either Fayette or Washington county, Pennsylvania. In tbat year an attempt was made to start « Democratic daily In Pittsburgh, in opposition to tbe Pittsburgh Daily Pott, tbe hitherto recognized organ of the Democracy of West ern Pennsylvania, and the only Democratic dally west of the Alle gheny mountains. Tbe men who put up the money for the new plant teleoted, for some iuser 11 ta ble reason, Mr. A. M. Gibson as its manager. Tbat rustic worthy, with a presumption which recalls the scriptural aphorism that pride evergoeth before a fall, called the new journalistic bantling The Paper, an instance of arrogant pretension probably without a pre cedent. Every detail of tbe offloe was on tbe most dilettante model, even the composing cases being ef mahogany. Tbe editorial plant, however, waa decidedly poor. Mr. Hartley Campbell, since a famous American dramatist, was the prin cipal writing editor. The stalls of reporters of the New York Ile-ald and Timet were drawn upon for the several local departments of Ibe paper,' tbe Messrs. N orris B. Clowes, of tbe Herald, aud Finn, of tbe Timet, goiogon to Pittsburgh tuadd eclat to tbe venture. It is hardly necessary to say th»t the conceited enterprise went up like a racket and came down like a stick. The Democralio Font tailed on under reefed caLvass uud weathered the gale, indulging iv a smile cf serene disdain when tbe more pretentious craft careened and went under. The next that wo heard of the pretentious Gibson be turned up as a Washington correspondent of the New York Sun. Year iv and year out, he pursued all the leading .Re publicans witb a vim and retnorse leeanees really remarkable for per severing malignity. During his whole conueetion with The Paper he gave not tbe slightest evidence of ability of any kind. Perhaps bis failure to achieve nswepapar success in Pittsburgh gave bim a sort ol intellectual jaundice. At all events, be settled down to his new work with a deadly virus that would discount uu ordinary rattle snake, and with uu eager aidor tbat would do honor to a ferret. It is safe to say that three-fourtli9 of tbe violent attacks upon James A. Garfield, which were circulated in the preßß of the United States, originated v. lilt A. M. Gibson's correspondence with the New Veil; Sun, His Credit Mobiller and De Golyer diatribes in that journal were memorable for their vigor, in tense personal animus and proba ble truth. It was un humble io!e but it was faithfully discharged. Latterly Gibson has hcou connect ed with the New York Tima. Aa a result, we find tlie Garfield administiation appointing A. M. Gibson to a high aud responsible post in the judicial department of tbe government cf the United Stales. The Washington City Capital, whose editor, Douu Piatt, also an Oblo man, has beeu for years a per sonal friend of President Oarfield, is following that gentleman up iv bla tergiversations iv a courteous but remorseless way. Comment ing upon tbls appointment of Gib son, tbe Capital cays: In order to make tho anti thesis perfect wa will say again that we have always believed, and now be lieve, that when A. M. Gibson as serted In tbe columns of the New York Sun that you, Mr. President, were a Brlbe-taKer, a Thief, a Per jurer, a Liar anil a Kuborner of Perjury and Forgery, Mr. Gibaen lied and libel, it you groaaly, ma liciously aud criminally. Do you bellove that A. M. Gib son lied and libeled you when be aald is the columns of the New York Sun tbat ynu ware a Bribe taker, a Liar, a Perjurer and Sub orner of Perjury and Forgery ? If you believe that, are you aware cf auy subsequent reformation In blaoharacter that' would warrant you In certifying to his regenera tion, by "approving his retainer" in a capacity requiring the moat exalted attributes of honor, hones ty and integrity—the most grave and delicate trust tbat can bs re posed In a citizen? Mr. tbeae are serious quae' oa. Tbey are queatlons tbat are a>o the tongues of many mil- Ho /of men. 'in* answer to them cannot long be deferred. If Mr. Gibson libeled . you when be called you a Bribe taker, a Thief, a Perjurer, a Liar aud a Suborner of Perjury and For gery, then he Is not fit for tbe grave and delicate trust for which hie organ says you bave "approved his retainer." If be did not libel you, then he may be fit for tbat trust; but you are not fit to be President, but ought to be in the penitentiary for tbe orimss of which be has accused you. If you are fit to be President, A. M. Gibson ought to be In the penitentiary for tbe criminal li bels be baa uttered against you. Tbe issue is the simplest one tbat oould be framed ln language,' If Mr. Gibson is not a llbslor.you are a Bribe-taker, Thief, Perjurer and Suborner of Perjury and Forg- cry. If you are not a Bribe-laker, Per jurer, Thief and Suborner of Per jury and Forgery, Mr, Gibson is a llbeler under the criminal statute. One ef you ought to be In the penitentiary; and tbat upon your own respective showings of record. Both of you cannot bo at large without an outrage upon tlie first Principles of Justice. And yet we are told by Mr. Gib son's organ, tbe New York Times, tbat Mr. Glbsen "baa beeu retain ed, with your approval," in n ca pacity the most responsible, umst delicate, and requiring the highest type of honor, iutegrily and trust worthiness 1 Surely, Mr. President, t here must be some mistake about thla, But if tbere is a mistake it is a dread ful one; a mistake that will haunt yeu to your dying day, and damn your memory long after you are dead, as tbe only President of tbe United States whoever voluntarily certified to tbe honor, integrity aud trustworthiness of a man wbo for nine years had steadily branded bim Bribe-taker, Thief, Liar, Per jurer and Suborner of Perjury uud Forgery ! Thus we are treated to tha spec tacle of President GaiHeld throw ing over Conkllng aud Grant, and their frieud?, who really eleotod him, to take up with such people as A. M. Gibson, wbo originated all tha truths or calumnies, aa tbe case may be, that bave boeu circu lated to tbe discredit of the Presi dent. For our part, Garfield's very course in this matter, his signal treachery and underhand methods, bis betrayal of friends and adop tion of enemies, is conllrmaMon strong as proof of Holy Writ that all tbat Gibson ever wrote übout him Is true. The Grant crowd, noisome as its record was iv many respects, had at least tha negative merit of always sticking to its frleuda. Garfield, on tho other hand, seem.i to lo characterized neither by merit nor constancy. His readiness to betray his friends and consort with his enemies threatens lo pass into history as a dlscriditalle Presidential idloayn cracy. Tun high-liauded attitude which President Uaifield has assumed towards Senator UouL'.iug is laugh able, in view of his letter cf accept ances of Iho Chicago nomination. That letter must he coustiued with reference to Hayes's attitude, un der similar circumstances, four years before. Huyes, whom uo body then allspeoted to be ths milksop and nincompoop he after wards turucd out to be, declared againat the influence of Senators and Congressmen iv appointments to office. It was probably as a com mentary ou this utterjuceof Hayes that Garfield, iv his letter of ac ceptance, said, in substance, that ho ahould do-sm it necessary, la making appointments, iv thoevent of his election, to consult the rep reaentatives of his party in Con gress. He took advantage, on the contrary, of tbe earliest opportu nity, lo wheedle and betray those who were beguilsd by this treach erous outgiving. The Cockling episode is a notable illustration of this deliberate deceit. Tue undisguised ferocity with which the ergaus of the adminis tration are hounding Senator Conk liug will be euccostful temporarily, but the reaction will be worse than the rebound of a boomerang. All the udmlnistratiou organs, just now, are busy announcing what a fool Cockling has m&douf himself. Perhaps so and perhaps not. If Conkling bus satisfied himself that the administration has betrayed the "stalwarts," he may have made up his mind that ho will ahow the Mentor nauiuy-pambyisc a thing or two worth remembering. Should two Democratic Senators be elected from New York, as a re sult of this feud, Conkliug would bavo sacrificed on income of $5000 a year, with an entire ability to make $100,000 annually in his pro feaiion, while the administration's purchase ot Mahono would, in that event, not avail to eecure' it a ma jority of tbe United States Senate. The late decision of tbe Su preme Court, lv tbe Feliz water ault, Is a personal triumph for Go). John F. Godfrey, the late City At torney of Los Acgeles, which is unquestionably a big feather In bis cap; but It Is, besides, a great reaeaurance to our people This decision ia of Immense and pleas urable significance to the pueblo of Los Angeles. It ia a guarantee that great Improvements, made in good faith, ou supposed legal pre scription, are aa solid Iv law us in fact. Tbe old joke, which dates back from the origin of our national game, of Why is a young man's moustache like a game of base ball ? (Answer, because it has nine on a aide) now appeara in tbe Lon don Fun, witb tbe alterations nec essary to suit the national game of England. She—"Why don't you grow a moustache, Edwin? Yon would look so much better." He— "Well, but I don't want one. I've Set a pair of cricketer's whiskers." be—"Crloketer's whiskers I What are they ?" He-'-Eloven on eaob aide, sjear." LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. ISpecl.u lothe iicßibO y tbe Wmiem Union 'ivi.xr.iph a PACIFIC COAST. STOCK iirUPOUT. JAN PKA.M<UaCO STOCK \Nl> EX CHANGE DOAKD. VOItSIRii) BIaSBION. X4.N r lIAM'KIV, JUD6 IS 3'JJ Onliir, ~~1,-'A, 810 8»1«uer,3.08, 3.65 VA B.GO 40) >. .lean. 1034 100 Conndenoe. 4!-£ U l *, 12V.: 640 8 Nevada, 15>t, 220 0 a tVjMI 8H 15%, 15>4b, 1514 iuj 11 AB, 1."/.., n>i 70 Ctau. 11, ll« 770 (Jala, l.os 40Seg Belober. 7J$ 1475 Savage, 3 70,3.75, 500 Overman, 1.50, 3.80, S 10 » 90, 1.45 ;.ei b 30 1305 Union, 13V.'- 11H 2215 Con Va, S%. I 70, 13%, 13%, Ufa b 8.05,8.60,3.55, 0 8.60,3.65 555 Alta, 3.95 70 Obollar, 2 85 26 Andes, £41, 2 25 185 PotOal, 3.60,8 65 90 Scorpion, 1.85 310 KAN, 4.85, 480 CO O Gate, 3 710 Point, 2.95, 2.90 100 Ocoidental, 1.40 490 Jackal. 6% 5%, 300 Sierra, 1.76, l.to 5% a 80, 6 ; i 800 Curtis, 1 20 Alpha, 4.10 210 North Ex Utah, 100 Koutuck, 2Y, 1, I.OS OPEN BOARD— 4SO f. M. Best m Belcher, 1(1 a; Sierra Nevada, 15!4 b, UK a, 16% a; Mexican, 12/, a; crown Holm, 3.15 a; Scorpion, 1.05b, 2a; Union, 13' ib, 14 a; Savage, 3.85 b; P0t051,3.65 a; Caledonia,6oc b; Chollar, 2.85 b, 2.90 a; Hale A Norcrosa, 4.9J a; Con Virginia. 3 «< b, 370 a; Jacket, 0 a; Justice. 95c b, $1 a; Exchequer, 1)4 b, 1.00 a; Andes, 2.40 b; Overman, 1.45 b, 1)4 a; cailiorula, 1 lit) b, 1.65 a; Gould * Curry, B}s b; Alta. 390 s; Utah, 11)4 b.llji a; Con Va, 8.00 b; Bul lion, 80c b,9D v; Benton, 830 b, 85 a; Tip top, 3)4 b; Bodle, 7 b; Beloner, 8.65 b, 8.70 a; ophlr, 8 b.SV; 3; Mt Diablo,9« b. PaasciNieva Mnuih and i:n,i. Fresno, Cat., Jtiuo 15.—The fol lowing Is the list of passengers for the South and East on the train which passed this place at 5 P. M.: Lieutenunt O'Brien aud family, U 8A; AW Hoyt, George Fritcb, Anuie E Fawastt, Mrs D W Park burst und child, Mrs X Palmer, Mrs A A Palmer, San Francisco; C CBattermau, Virginia City; H Wilizixsy, Missouri; F Torres, 80 --nora; Geo Lard, Philadelphia; CF. Huber, Mrs French, John Martin, Misa Fannie Brooks, John Hunt, 1.09 Augelee. Hold luio Uexico by caabori alrakeiuau fillltd Tugson, A. T., June 15.—About three weeks ago four Amerloaus were kliled near Fronteraa, in Chi huahua, three of whom are sup pored to have been cowboys. For the last week tbe cowboys have been concentrating near Galeyvi'.ie, with the avowed purpose of aveng ing tha death of tbelr comrades. They threatened to take Fronteras lust week. Word was at ouce scat to the Mexican Consul at this place who sent warning to the people at Frouteras aud alao notified the Mexican Federal troops, of which there aro 200 stationed ou the San Bernardiuoranch. Yesterday morn ing the cowboys,7o iv number,well equipped, left Wtllcox for tho pur posed carrying out their threats, and it is believed there will be bloody work, as they aro the most recklsss gang of dtsperaiioes ever banded together. The Mexicans will either have to leave the place or make a hard fight. Couriers have been sent out to learn tho result. Fronteras Is about 00 miles from Willcox. A brakeman by tbe name of Samuel Bell, on tho S. P. H. R., fell from Ihe train near Benson, last night, aud was killed. EASTERN. in. Aiar i:«»ule aiuaea—Prepaclsfgl c..r ilie Uiauil Jury—Daises; I. - tail,. Washington, July 15th.—There la considerable discussion among parsons Interested lv the Star route prosecutions about the employment of additional counsel to prosecute the government's case. Speoial attorney Cook will prepare the evi dence on which tbe Indictment ia to be atked before the graud jury, aad be will undoubtedly perform the brunt of tbe routine work. The employment of somo lawyer of na tional reputation to assist in the trial la talked of, and the names of Wm. A. Beaoh, or New York, and Benjamin Harris Brewster, of Phil adelphia, have beeu suggested in tbla connection. There Is one <greal lawyer who is thoroughly fa miliar with every detail of the oases and who Is pre-eminently fit ted, by reason of his knowledge and ability, to direct the trials. Attorney-General McVeagh is the man, and it is reported that ho will conduct the prosecution in person. Nothing of interest haa transpired at tbe Postoffice Department to day. The gentlemen engaged iv room 59 are arranging their facts in shape to be easily presented to the Grand Jury. Tbe witnesses who will bo asked to go before that body will proaabiy bo here by Ihe end of next week and it is hoped tbat the Grand Jury will be pre pared to act finally in the matter before tbe middle of July. A rumor is current to-day that ex-Seuator Dorsey sailed yesterday from New York for Europe. Sturm in Oakiiie. Deadwood, D.T.i Juue 15th.—A heavy wind atorm paased over this portion of the hills early this even ing. Tbe Methodist church, a new structure, nearly completed, and the Sisters' Hospital at Lead City were blown down, The roof of the church struck a dwelling house, nearly demolishing It. No great damage was done here or at Cen tral City. * a Baun Ex-President aeie six Years. Winusor, Vt., June 15th.—Silas M. Waite, ex-President of the First National Hunk of Brattleboro, in the United Statee Court thla morn ing, pleaded guilty to tbe first and fourth counts of the first indict ment charging him with making false returna to tbe government, and waa sentenced to six years In tbo Houae of Correction. Bitbop Colenao, of Natal, ia a letter from South Africa, dated April lOtb, says: "About a fort- Bight ago some messengers came to me Irom Umzila, a powerful chief living on tbe coast far to the north, beyond tbe Portuguese, who wished to know if I would be his friend, to give bim advloe whenever be need ed It. It may be that, after tbe Zulu business, be begins to think tbat bis turn will come next to be devoured by tbe ravenous English Hon, and Is thus making prepara tions betimes te try to avert his doom, should another Sir Bartle Frere—which Ged forbid—come to disturb tbe peace and pro|rtaa ef South Africa." A Base Impostor. A farmer from the violnlty of Hempstead appeared ln front of tbe Stook Exobauge, New York, and entered Into conversation with a oitizen who was watting in tbe door, by asking: "The convention In tbere breaks up at 8 o'oleek, don't it?" "Yes, that's the hour," was.tbe reply. "Do you know Jay Oould when you see him?" "Oh, yes." "Is he in there?'' "I presume so." "Well, I wish you'd point him out to me when he conies out." The oitlzaa promised to do this, and wlthlu a few minutes be kept his word. Tbe farmer took a good look at the railroad and telegraph priuoe, and then turned and asked: "Are you dead sure?" "Ob, yes." "Can't be do mistake?" "No." "Well, it's about us I suspected. A few days ago a great big slouch of a fellow halted at my gate and began measuring my ground with a tape-line aud squinted around in tbe most mysterious manner. I went out to see what was up, and, after beating around for a while, he said ho was Jay Gould, but I didn't know what he looked like." "It must have been a fraud." "lam SO re of that now. Ipumped around to find what he was up to, and ha finally (aid lie wanted my place for an orphan asylum. He was going to build one as big aa a palace and take care of all tho or phans In the country." "And of course you treated him well?" "Didn't I! Why, for three days we lived ou tbe fat of tbe land and slept ln the parlor bed-room. He was going to give nic $25,000 for my land, and the way we killed chickens and turned out sweet-cake for bim made the old woman sick. He finally jumped the houae and took my Sunday suit aod a fiddle worth $8." "I don't believe Gould would steal a riddle." "That's what I thought, and so I came over to bave a look at him. It waen't Gould at all, but some base Impostor." "And you are so much out ?" "Well, It looks that way; but the experience la worth something. It may cot be a week before some one else will come along wltb a ten foot pole In hia hand and theologi cal eemluary in his eye and claim to be Ruaaell Sage, and tbe way I will knock bim down, and step on bim, and walk over bim, and drive him into the sile will pay me a profit of fifty per cent, on tho in vestment." A German critic, disouasiug tbe tendency of hia oountrymen to ex haust any subject that tbey study or write about, and at tbe aame time to exhaust themselves and tbelr bearers, gives some amus ing illustrations of tbe way tbe theolnc/ians of the fatherland have labored upon the Bible. Thus a Prof. Haaelb- 'i of tbe University of Vienna lti lured tweuty-two years upon tbe llrat obapter of Isaiah, and had not fiuiabed wben death surpriaed and carried him off. Chancellor Ulrich Ponzlger of Tubingen gave 312 university lec tures, covering a period of four yeara, upon the prophet Daniel, then lectured twenty-five yeara on Isaiah, giving 1,509 lectures, and then taking up Jeremiah, finished one-half of him in seven years and 459 lectures. At that juncture, In bis 80th year, death ended bis achlevementa. NEW TO-DAY. NEW METHOD OF TEACHING VOCAL AND INSTRU MENTAL MUSIO. MRS. A. M. GREEN* announces tbat aha Is preparad to Instruct several classes In vocal aud Instrumental music by an entirely new system. Satisfaction guar anteed. Apply at Cosmopolitan Hotel. JlO-lw GOLDEN RULE Underwear and Shirt FACTORY, IX. I >II to *Sc 00., LOS 4N3ELLB ST., Near Oammerclal, Los Angeles, Cal. Always ou haud and made to order ou abort uotlce, at lowest casb prices, LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, LADIES' WRAPPERS and DUSTERS, GESTB' OVERSHIRTS of X VERY DESCRIPTION. JU-lm OWL DRAMATIC CLUB, OF LOS ANGELES* Has the houor to announce to their sub scribers and tbe public that tbey will present for the first time in Los Angeles the brilliant and highly successful com edy, written by Henry J, Byron, in three acts, entitled OUR GUItT^S, AT TURNVEREIN HALL, On the evenings of TUESDAY, THUHBDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 21st. 23d and 25th. «*-New scenery and new costumes.-»« ADMISSION, 73 CENTS. . Reserved seats at P. Laiarns'a Book Store, Spring street, on and after June 15. M. LEHMAN* Stage Manager. POISON OAK. MOOHK'S REMEDY A SURE CURE. It kills pain, itching and inflammation at once. TRY IT. For sale by all drug, gists. Price, 25 eta.at box. m7B'3m-ls MONTANA MEAT MARKET. THE PIONEER MARKET of this ol lit MAIN ST.. NEAR FIRST. Keeps on hand tbe best Bear, Veal, Pork. Mutton. Halt Meats and all kinds of BaasesTae: Meats delivered to all pans cf the ortr- A. FRANCE. , narl-eae Ffoertetsr, WANTS—LOST—FOUND. Wanted. By a man and wife (no children),a sit uation, city or country; the wire to do housework, the man to make hlmseli generally useful; would take a farm on shares. Enquire at No. 223, corner of Eighth and Olive streets. j 15-lw First Class Cook Wanted. call at 229 Main street. Jl4-3t 810 REWARD. Lostor strayed, on Tuesday. May ad, from the Vlralnes Ranch, A DAY MARE, branded (C) on the left blp. Ten Dollars reward will be paid for the return of tbe mare to Nordbolt's store, corucr of First and Los Angelea streets, iuyg-lm FOUND! A place where a flno cup ol COFFEE or POT OF TEA, with NICE LUNCH, can be had for teu cents, AT SMITH'S, No. a TEMPLE ST. m2V-tf Sewing Machine Operators Wanted Apply at GOLDEN RULE UNDER WEAR AND SHIRT FACTORY, Los An geles street, near Commercial. Jll-3t sssMMeassxesMasxsaewsxexsxesaasssaxaessa^Mssi FOR SALE—FOR RENT. 875— FOR SALE. A MATCH FACTORY COMPLETE. InqulreofO. W. MORGAN. Real Estate Agent, Spring street. Jl5 2t $3500.00. PARTNER WANTED lv au estab lished business. Address L„ Herald of fice. 1162W Unfurnished Rooms. Two very desirable unfurnished rooms to let on the corner of Third and Hill streets with the use of parlor ami piano. Enquire ou tbe promises. JM-lw FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker Hill avenue, near Second street; con venient to Normal school and free from dust. WM. D. STEPHENS, Jos Room 85, Temple Block. FOR SALE. do /I arsTkHousE of four rooms, 2<rfcOO lot 65x130 with plenty of icuyV water and improvements, opposite University, West Los Angelea. Inquire on premises. J7-Iw AUCTION SALE. To be sold by public auction, If not pre viously disposed of by private sale, on SATURDAY NEXT, the lltb Inst., v! 11 o'clock A. H.. the FURNITURE, CAR PETS, PICTURES, etc., of tho Hotel de Paris, opposite tbe Pico House. J7td FOR SALE. AN IMPROVED PLACE AT 80UTH SANTA MONICA, with house, a well of good water, with Adams windmill and tank of 6600 gallons; alao, a small or chard and SCO shade trees: six lets lv all, two fenced In. Price, $900. Address, OCEAN HOUSE, Santa Monica, js-iw Commercial copy. For Sale. TEN OR TWENTY ACRES Of GOOD LAND, near the city, well improved, witb bearing trees and grapevines, and a house, barn, windmill, etc. Also, FOUR DWELLING HOUSES, near the Normal School grounds, will bo sold cheap. For particulars enquire of H. ED WARDS, at the Central Stables, Spring street, opposite the Court House. a2O-lm FORJiALE. IMPROVED RANCH OF I*o ACRES, being NE H sec 26, T. 1 S.. R. 14 W., S. B. M., being four miles southwest from the Court House. Title, Government Patent. Water right perpetual. Tbe land la in the highest state of cultivation. Fruit trees on place; good well; finished bouse of six rooms; out-buildings, wind-mill, etc. For price and particulars apply to "La Esperanza Store," 108 Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. Je7-lm TO LET, NEWLY FURNISHEDSunny Rooms, at NO. » FIRST STREET, only a few steps from tbe Poetomcc. m2l-lm FOR SALE, TUE FURNITURE COMPLETE OF A LODGING HOUSE, CHEAP. Enquire at Mott Building, No. 48 Spring street, near the PostofUce. J2 lw A GREAT BARGAIN. FIVE ACRES on Washing ton street, west of FJgueroa street, for sale very cheap. Inquire by letter un der Cypher H., Herald office. jeltf FOR SALE. Au interest lv a well established, pay ing MANUFACTURING BUSINESS; from 14000 to 86000 capital required. Also, A DWELLING HOUSE, centrally lo cated. Address R, Herald offloe. m 18-1 in FOB SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; flue location; splendid Investment. r C. WHITE, myS-3m Room 40 Temple Block. FOR SALE. Furnished or unfurnished, A BEAUTI FUL RESIDENCE, nearly new and nice* ly furnished, containing seven rooms, bath-room, etc., with all necesaary mod ern Improvements, Including hot and cold water and gas throughout the bouse. 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, 138 Fort street. my27-2w FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one block from Postomce. dgltf BOARD AND BOOM. AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHEDSUN ny front room, hot and cold water, southern exposure, ln a private family, In tbe mostdeslrable part of tbe olty. Apply to Mrs.E.C. STAlllN,first house on north side of Orange street. Just off Pearl and Sixth street. m3-lm Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. sarSPAOIOUS PARLORS,Fine Suites, and Large Mingle Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. SSaT-THE TABLE supplied with the best tbe market affords. fe'jatr MRS. M. H. KIMBALL, Prop. Santa Monica Pavilion, EOKERT A BRIGHT, Proprietors. This favorite Summer Resort wilt be opened NEXT SUNDAY. . . Best brands of wines, liquors, ales, bear and cigars always on hand. Hot and sold lunches. Shooting gallery, bowling atla* aad otber amusements attached te IfcoFavUloa. Visitors should not fall te give teens a call. aplttf j.Ct*L. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SIEGEL'S. Extremely LOW PRICES HAVE MADE Trade Rushing —THE— PAST WEEK At Siegel's. Our policy of rnakiug large sales and small profits tells. Tbe people under' stand tbe meaning of tbe term, "Enor mous Bales and Bmall Profits." Our Low Prices suit the masses, and the ex cellent quality of our goods pleases all. It Is our Intention to "SELL" Goods and maintain the lead ln our lino. Bargains in Shirts. 14,8 DOZEN CALICO SHIRTS AT SOc. BACH. 814J DOZEN PERCALE SHIRTS, sep arate cuffs and collars, warranted fast colors, at TBc. 47 DOZEN FRENCH PERCALE SHIRTS, latest style, separate cuffs and collars, at 81 00. Also, a large variety of GENTS' COL ORED FULL-FINISHED HOSE at aoc. EVERYTHING in the line of GENTLE MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS of the Best Quality, at POPULAR PRICES! SIEGEL'S, 456 Main Street, Coruer Commercial, Los Angeles, mylS OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, No. 116 Main St., Cardou i lilock. Tha table will be furnished with tbe best tbat can be prooured ln the market. Regular meals, 25 cts. SST ICE-CREAM SALOON counocted wltb the restaurant. inj4-lm CHAS. WENZEL, Prop'r. PHILIP & BALDWiN, FIRE * LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY Rial Estate and Stock Brokkks, ISO. ar MAIN STREET, JlMt Key West Cigar Store, NO. 78J MAIN STREET, LANFRANOO BLOCK SIM ISAAOS. I : PROPRIETOR Manufacturer of FINE CIGARS and dealer ln IMPORTED CIGARS aud all Hues of Smokers' Articles. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. mrOtf LIVERY STABLE. HORSES BOARDED at JOHNSON'S FEED STABLE, 14 ALISO ST., at $7 per month. Beet of hay teed and good care taken. Alao, stable room to rent at permontb. mylTtf A CARD -To those who b|**sbV wlsu to bave removed perma nently SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, FRECK LES, LIVER SPOTS, BLACK WORMS, MOLES, etc., I will aend you a recipe tbat will cure you free of charge. V. POPPER, 127 Montgomery atreet, San Franclaco. Send a aelf addressed en velope. m2B-lm HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having been wltb Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Williams, will con tinue business at their old place. Mrs. Smith is prepared to do all kinds of balr work In the best and latest styles. Re member the place, NO. «a SPRING ST. rngg-im THOMAS FARRALL, Late of San Francisco, has opened a first-class Merchant Tailoring: KBTABLIBHMENT, AT IST MAIN STREET, Los Angeles He is a practical tailor aud cutter of 15 years years experience, lie has out ln he best houses East and ln San Francis - o. His terms are very reasonable, sxrcall and see him. aplttf LAND FOR SALE SOO ACRES of the best fruit or agri cultural land at $40 per acre, north of tbe Hunter Ranob, on the river, wltb right ot water. Inquire of T. E. ROWAN, 75 Downey Blook, or of the owner, W. C. B. RIOHaRDSON, near tbe premises. m26-lm-dAw FOR SALE. A WKLL-IMPROVED FARM OF SO ACHES; two artesian wells; orchard and vineyard of 20 acres. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, County Clerk's office, mgt-lw MONEY TO LOAN On real estate seenrlty at low rates aad no eeosaalaslon ebaxgsd. Address P. O. Bex ell. olty. aa NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CITY OF PARIS 17 & 19 Spring St., LOS G-ELIES, Oetl. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE! COMPRISING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Spring! Summer Importations TO COMMENCE MONDAY, : : : : JUNE 6th, Aud Continue for Thirty Days, During wbicb time we will offer a aumbaroi REAL BARGAINS! To wbioh we call the atteutiou ot tbe public: Present Farmer Price. Prioe. 100 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at BJc. per yard, 12^0 75 Pieeea 4 4 French Lawns at 12Jo " 200 50 Pieoes Linen Lawn at 26c " 37ic 100 Pieces White Marseille at BJa " 12, c 200 Pieces 4-4 Dress Linen at 20a " 30a 100 Pieces Figured Tasso Linen at BJo " 20a 50 Pieces all-wool Black Momies at 25c " 500 50 Piecea all-wool Cashmere, comprising ail the New Summer Shades, at 50c " 7So 25 Pieces 45 inches wide, all-wool Black Cash mere at 750 " $1.26 35 Pieces all-wool Blege, 42 inches wide, at 02Jc " . $1.00 Mohairs, Buntings, Shoodas, Plaids, etc., A.T THE feABXXa SWEEPING REDUCTIONS! 500 New Style Summer Skirts at...50c. each Former price, $1 00 250 Shetland Shawls at...; 700. eaob Former price, $1 26 250 Shetland Shawls at $1 00 each Former price, $1 60 200 Ladles' Linen Ulsters at $2 00 each Former prioe, $8 60 150 Ladles' Cloth Ulsters at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00 100 Ladles' Linen Circulara at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00 1000 DOZEN LADIES' THREE-BUTTON KID GLOVES Reduced to 50c. per pair,. 250 Summer Parasols at 40a Former price, 75ots. 160 Silk Brocade Parasols at $2 00 Former prioe, $8 60 100 Silk Brooade, lined and lace trimmed, $3 50 Former price, $8 00 GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT. 100 Men's Bine Flannel Suits at „' .'..s 7 50...Former prioe, $10 00 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suite at $10 00...Former prioe, $18 60 75 Men's Blue Flannel Suite at $12 00...Former prioe, $16 00 100 Men's Black Diagonal Coats aud Vests, $ 9 00... Former prioe, $12 00 50 Men's Black Diagonal Coats and Vests, $12 50...Former prioe, $18 00 200 Men's Cassimere Suits ....,$ 8 00...Former prioe, $12 00 150 Men's Cassimere Suits $10 00...Former prioe, $13 60 100 Men's Cassimere Suite $1100... Former prioe, $15 00 100 Children's Linen Suits ar $150 Former price, $2 50 75 Children's Linen Suits at $2 00 Former prioe, $3 60 100 Boys' Lluen Suits at $2 25 Former prioe, $400 Children's, Boy's and Youth's Cassi mere Suits Reduced fn the Same Proportion! Same Sweeping Reductions in HOUSEHOLD LINENS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, Gent's Furnishing Goods, CASSIMERE AND STRAW HATS, LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES, MEN'S and BOYS' BOOTS and SHOES. EUGENE MEYER & CO., 17119 Spring Si, Los Angeles