Xos Jtiiarlrs herald.
\ SATURDAY JUNE 18. 1881.
Herald Steam Printing House.
the facilities et the Hsk.w.d Hteuni
printing House for doing Job work are uot
surpassed lv Calllornla outside ot Han
Francisco and Hacraineuto. All work en
trusted to us will ire executed wttli neat
ness and dispatch at tbe lowest living
Hereafter notices of oompautes, socio,
ties, onurrhou. etc., will only be Inserted
In tbe HxßAi.n as paid advertisements,
We reserve, lor Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, whioh will appear every
We are Indebted to Mr. Charles
D. Postoo, the author, for a copy
of "Malinohe, au Opera of Mexi
co." We bave glanced over the
work and find it to be one of great
merit, melody and fine rhythmic
tow. It Is musical aud imagina
tive aud shows tbat treasure lodes
other than material ones are being
delved iv Arizoua.
The sportive "Cow Boy" as au
looideut of travel over the South
ern route is not a wholesome oue.
That be has bad aud has now a
great influence in deterring people
from selecting this new and popu
lar Use cannot be doubted. People
wbo have beeu ou tbe cars several
days like to get out aud stretch
tbsir lege occasionally, aud when
ths penslty of doing so is to be ob
liged to drink forty rod whisky, or
to dance, or what uot, at the
mouth of a revolver, multitudes
will take the northern route. Ne
gotiations ought to be opened witb
ye gentle cow-boy at ouce uu this
The quite extensive distribotiou
of the Illustrated Herald will
be of incalculable benefit to this
saetiou. It has literally beeu scut
to tbe four corners of the earth, aud
will be as welcome in Europe as in
the United Stales. Every Ange-
Isfto should take take a pride in
seeing to its universal circulation.
It would flatter us greatly to be
compelled to issue a second edition
Immediately, Knowing how great
was tbe probability of a continuous
demand, we took the precaution to
bave the work eleotrotyped, so
tbat it cau be Issued again aud
agaiu. Every one who can buy
and distribute from tweuty to a
hundred copies of the Illus
trated Herald should do so. It
will be bread thrown upon tbe
waters and will return before many
days ln the shape of settlement aud
SINCE our article calling Ihe at
tention of orange growers lo the
great merit of orange wine, and to
the high price which it commands
lo tbe market, we have conversed
with quite a number of gentlemen
who have given the matter some
attention- Iv Louisiana it was al
ways admitted that oranges, made
into wine, were twice as pofltable
as tbe fruit sold from the trees
would bave beeu. Of course, as this
is a comparatively new industry iv
Loa Angeles county, some steps
must be takeu to inform our
people of tbe best methods of mak
ing this peculiar wine. It has al
ways beeu held iv high estimation
in such centers uf luxury aud high
living as New Orleaus, aud if prop
erly made and haadled it may
grow into a great and remunera
tive local industry. We should be
glad to publish any communica
tions treating intelligently of the
modus operandi of making orange
The movement now apparent all
over tba United States, of whioh
Mr. Seth Green has beeu tbe
Prophet, and Judge Redding, of
this State, one or the principal
Apostles, viz., the intelligent
breeding of flab where, either, fish
did not exist before, or had been
persecuted to extinction, or where
tbe varieties were few in kind and
inferior in quality, has already
been of incalculable benefit to the
people of tbe United States, Great
varieties or food fish are multiply
ing in thousands of streams and
ponds tbat, singulorly enough,
prove to be capitally adapted to
tbe development of fish, though
nature herself had provided them
With none. Even Los Angeles
county is beginning to reap a de
cided advantage from this pisclcul
tursl enthusiasm. The carp and
oatflsh whloh have been plauted In
our streams, lakes and ponds are
moltlplylbg finely, and to-day the
angler may fill a basket as the re
sult of a few hours fishing. We
trust tbat the experiment will not
be allowed to stop at what may
rightfully be called only a fair be
ginning. There are great multl
tudes of delicious rresh water fish,
such as tbs jaok salmon, herring,
mullet, peroh and white fl«h tbat
could be Introduced into Southern
California waters with great ad
vantage. Tbree years ago neither
a oarp nor a catfish bad evor been
booked in Southern California,
osrUlnly not in Los Angeles coun
ty, wbile now our stresms are
■wsrmlug with tbsm. Lot us keep
■V tbe good work and not only add
to our food supply but also encour
age tha delightful sport ef angling.
We write under tbe enthusiasm In
spired by a successful fishing ex
While Parson Kalloch Is East,
enjoying the delights of a visit to
tbe scenes ot his obildhood, youth
aud early manhood, tbere are
grave movements under way in
San Frauolsco which threaten bla
re-nomluatiuu, at least by tbe
Democracy. Had Capt. Fritz lived
there Is very little doubt but Kal
loch would have received the Dem
ocratic nomination. Fritz had ac
quired a wonderful hold on the
rank aud tile of the Democracy,
and he was a man of eminently
praotical tendencies. He looked
upou it as a matter of prime im
portance that his party should get
hold of the municipal offices and
he would bave sacrificed all minor
scruples to success. His death hasi
weakened the chances of tbe Bev
ereud Mayor. However, iv his
speeches in the East, Kalloch dis
claims being a candidate for re
election, and if ho is telling the
truth he Is independent of a rapid
ly crystalizing sentiment which is
growing up against him in certain
Democratic circles of San Francis
co. Tbe puhlio, with a lack of faith
which shows that they are Ut to
belong lo Bob Ingersoll'e scheme of
religion, beileve that Kalloch
wants tlie office aud that he has
compromised bis chances of gettiifg
it by his long sojourn iv the East.
We are bcgiuuing tv profit by
the opening of tbe Southern trans
continental railway by a greater
range anil higher quality in uur
amusements thau we have hereto
fore enjoyed. By next Fall we may
look for our share of tbe labors of
most of tbe theatrical troupes tbat
may arrive ou the Pacific Coast.
They will come to California by oue
route aud return to the East by
another. That It would be a great
convenience if Lob Angelea were
provided with an eligible theater
cannot be doubted, although it
might uot prove, at tbe same lime,
very lucrative to its owner. Some
of our wealthier citizens, it seems
to us, ought lo bo able lo wait a
little while for return* upon the
oapital invested in such a great
public desideratum. If intelli
gently coustructed the stores aud
olfices which might be grafted ou
the theater would guarantee the
builder from downright loss. What
effect the building of a large, airy
theater would have in stimulat
ing our people to patronize theat
rical exhibitions remains to be
seeu. as the case stuuds to-Jay,
considering our population, Los
Angeles is net a gouil show town,
Santa Barbara, with only a third
uf our population, has had for
years a pretentious theater, and
wheu her people were fairly pros
perous supported theatrical combi
nations very well. Undoubtedly
the higher grade of amusements
which will heieafter fiequeut tlie
Southern Coast will, iv time, have
the result of making our people
throw olt Iheir lethargy aud eu
ceurage a little public gayety. it
was au eucourugiug sigu to see the
audiences drawn by tlie Mendels
sohn Quintette. While it is
true that they were largely the re
sult of personal solicitation ou the
part of a lew enthusiastic lovers ol
music in our midst, something has
been gained when we have reached
the stage of being able to till Turn
vereiu Hall with an audience pre
pared to enjoy an esthetic aud
highly artistic entertainment. The
stage has now beeu reached when
the capitalist who is hardy enough
to put up a good theatrical struc
ture iv a central portion of Los An
geles will not have to wait long for
a pecuniary return on bis invest
ment, to say nothing of the relies
influence such enterprises always
have in enhancing the value of
real estate geuerally. Mr. W. H.
Perry lias beeu credited with such
a project. We trust tbat he or
some other possessor of a plethoric
bauk account will begin the work
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
iBpeOIS] to the Hkhalu y Ibe Western
Union Telouruiili ,a
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EX
Bah Fbanoisoo, June 17
420 Mexican, ISH, 135 Utah, h „ u>,
12J4 105 Kxohequur, 1.50
•Htt * 0< BJi 100 Seg Belcher, ti
N Bin, loW, 250 Overman, 2.45
110 Lata, 1.60 615 Union, 14, WA,
HO Con Va, il.no, 8.55, 340 Alta, 8.95, 3.90
S-60 80 Challenge. 1.50
110Ubotlar,2 85 75 Occidental, 1.40.
150P0t08i,3 70.3.G5 1.50
270 Point, 3, 2.95 360 Andes, 2.30, 2.40
470 Jaokt.i.B, 6"„ 300 Boorpion, 1.85,
410 Kentuck, 4.50 1.80
70 Alpha, g,U 100 a Gate, 2 uo
815 Belener, 3.65,3.84 300 Sierra, 1.60
890 Contlileuoe, 4.75, 550 Curtis, 2'A
4.80 200 North Ex Utah,
440 S Nevada, m<4, 1,1.05
OPEN BOARD— 4.89 P. M.
Qould A Curry, 8V« b; Union, UM b;
Jarket.o kj Benton, 75a b; Utah, UKbi
Crown Point, 8.10 a; Bullion. 85c a; Alpna.
4a; Beat A Beleher,ls>i b; Justice, 9io b;
Savage, 3.85 b; Albion,3osb; Scorpion,
1.90 b; Mexican. 12% b; ophlr, 8% b; Si
erra Nevada, W\4 aud Ism «; Chollar, 285
b: Scorpion, 1.85 b; P0t0ai,3.85 b; Califor
nia, 1.85 l>; Mexican, 127 i«; Belouer, 8.60
»; Tiptop, 4 9* b; Overman, IK b; Potosl,
3.60 b; Con Virginia, 3.75 a.
Sam Fbanoisoo, June 17th.—Tbs
Bsd Francisco Stock Exobange
will adjourn from tbs first to ths
6th of July. Ths Paolflo Stock Ex
cbtoge will probably follow suit.
s*nese«gera Snutb nuil East.
Fresno, Cal., Juue 17.—The fol
lowing is tbe list of passengers for
tbe South and East on the train
which passed this place at 6 p. m.:
G D Darwin, G W Darwin, Mari
copa; F Vansohrader, Yuma; \V F
Merrill aud wife, Now York; H
Mayersteln, l.ns Augeles; H C
Greeley and wife, ds; B F Porter,
do; Charles Jacoby, do; E W Edel,
do; M H Heydenrich, do; S M
Hart, do; G J Davis, do; Mrs H M
Smith, do; DBlngalls aud wife,
Kansas; J B Allen, Tucson; S
Howe, Durango; Thos Gilchrist,
Yuma; Wm Hardy, Tucson; T H
Lewis, do; W P Drum, Colton; E
Munsou, Casa Grande.
Tbe Wetaenberc-t'runinn i.w-IH
elslou it! the lower .'ours Al
San Francisco, June 17th.—Tbe
Supreme Court has affirmed the
judgment of the lower Courl for
defendants iv the suit brought by
David Weisenberg et si. against
B. 0. Trumau et al. Tho notion
was brought to recover a tract of
land in the city of Loa Augeles
formerly used as a cemetery.
UnlBK t» Maa«a rv.
San Francisco, June 17th.— On
Sunday morning next Charles F.
Crooker, President ot tlie Southern
Pacific, Judges Sanderson ami
Brown and T. 1. Bergi n, Esq,, will
leave for Santa F6 to defend the
Southern Pacific Railroad iv a suit
brought against it by the Texas-
Pacific. The party pass through
Tucson on Tuesday morning, the
Bakerskibld, June 17.—About
ten o'clock to-day W. H. Blud*
worth shot aud killed Miguel Pe
rez, a Mexican restaurant keeper.
Bludwortb surrendered himself to
the Sheriff. A Coroner's inquest
was held aud Bludworth held to
answer for murder.
A Oetesiuluell Muleldo.
Tucson, June 17th.—Win. S.
Shaw, aged 33 years, a uative of
Scotland, suicided here to-day by
tying his hands and then lying
down in a water ditch three feet
deep, face downwards, where lie
was found, dead. Cause, tempo
o|l|M>alilo« Kalli-ima iv Stun rrnu.
Cakson City, Nev., June 17th.—
Articles of Incorporation of the
Salt Lake and Western Bailroad
were filed here to-day. The road
will run from Salt Lake through
Nevada to Ban Francisco to com
pete with the Central Pacific.
Gould and Dillon are backing the
I've ir) I'uat.iil inn I) I uu. US. .1
—llivr.liit.iict.il mill U.IIUIC 00.
Washinuton, June 17th.—Sec
retary Wimiom to-day summarily
dismissed Custodian Pitney from
the public service aud abolished
tbe ottlce of Custodian of tlie Treas
ury, which was created some years
ago without legal auttiority and
paid from the appropriation for
janitors, messengers, etc. The du
ties of the office are Imposed upon
Chief Clerk Power, who has been
diligent in unearthing the frauds
of the Ciistodiau's ring. Pitney Is
Dot likely to be otherwise punished
thau by dismissal. The committee
continues tbe investigation. A few
merchants, who had sold goods at
their own prices, have been obliged
to refund money into the treasury
to make good their fraudulent
transactions, These merchants
complain that tbey made up a cam
paign fuud last year of $SOOU on the
strength of the contracts which
have now beeu annulled. Pitney
had assumed to represent Chair
man Hubbell of the Kepublican
Congressional Committee, and
they will appeal tlie matler to him.
The money was (timed over to
Hubbell as a voluntary contribu
tion, aud the committee never
heard auythiug of the contracts.
Sergeaut-at-Arius of the Senate
Bright has discharged several em
ployes, which causes much indig
nation among Democrats. They
claim that it is unjust and contra
ry to tbe instructions given him
before recess was taken. It is prob
able au investigation will be insti
tuted uext winter.
SI .»>,»•> i.nil Nt.tcks.
New York, June 17.—Silver
bars, 111; money active at [email protected];
Governments quiet; stocks closed
Arm; W. U., 1331; Quicksilver,
Paeilie, 53; Mariposa, 7 bid; W. P.,
134; N. Y. C, 146; Erie, 4C;; Pan
ama, 275; U. P., 1281; bonds, 120};
Central Pacific, 101,; bonds, 118);
Sutro, 2; Silver Nugget,s2; Mineral
Albany, June 17.—1n the joint
convention to-day Gutthill de
nouueed Depew as the bead lobby
ist of the corporations and Barber
and Edwards as tiis lieutenants.
Barber's room had long beeu the
headquarters and den where legis
lation is bought and sold aud
where legislators gamble with lob
byists aud claim agents anil where
cards are a veil lo cover nailed
bribery. He could corroborate the
statement made by wituesses.
Barber and company were trying
to make their chief a Cnitad Slates
Desltuellve Ntrobe ul I.lKlilmuj.'.
Bradford, Pa., June 17th.—
Tanks containing twenty-live
thousand barrels of crude oil were
struck by lightning last night. The
fireisstill burning, but it is believed
to be now uuder control.
(snald'e luieaiiuoe in lexn,
Dallas, Texas, Juue 17th.—It
Is understood tbat Gould's termi
nal point ou the coast will be Sa
bine Pass. Jt Is stated tbat Qould
has bought tbe Crosby road from
Sabine Pass northward lifty miles.
It will be pushed through to
Mineola as rapidly ns possible.
This will force tbe Texas trunk
road to parallel line from Palestine
to the Pass.
Simulate n.oishs.s for i.tie.
St. Petersburg, Juue 17.—The
recent Court Martial on Nihilists
st Kief isotSDoed two persons to
death and tbe remaining eight to
penal servitude or exile to Siberia.
Tbe Emperor commuted the destb
ssnteuces to penal servitude for
life. Ths sccused included four
Burdette's Night Thoughts.
Don't J udge a man by his clothes.
Cau you tell what the circus is
going to be like by looking at the
Italian sunset pictures on tbe
Do you value a turkey for its
plumage? And isn't the skin of the
mink the tin st, and, indeed, the
only valuable part of him? There
be men, fair to look upoa, who
wander up and down this country,
and sit in the coolest places on the
hotel piazzas, who are arrayed iv
fine linens aud cardinal soaks, and
who have to hold their hand over
tbuir scarf-pin when they want to
see the moonlight, who, unassisted
and unprompted, do not possess
the discretion to come In wheu It
rain-, aud don't know enough to
punch a hole in the enow with an
umbrella—new, soft snow at that,
without any crust on it.
Now anil then, sou, before you
are old as Methuselah, you will
meet a tutu who wears v hat that
is worth twice as much as the head
it covers. On the other hand, dou't
fall iuto the error of believing that
all the goodness, uud honesty uud
Intelligence in the world goes in
shreds aud patches.
We have seen a tramp dressed iv
more rags than you could rake out
of the family ragbag, and more
dirt and hair on htm tbau would
suffloe to protect a horse, who
would step up to the front door
uud demand three kinds of cake,
half a pie, ami then steal every
movable thing in the yard, kill the
dog, clmko up tho pump with
Band, tramp ou tbe pansy bed and
girdle Ihe cherry trees because be
couldn't carry them away. Good
clothes or bad are never au infalli
ble index to a mao that is in them,
Two of the Chicago daily news
paper printed tlie revised Now
Testament complete. Tills gave v
obsnoe to revive an old story. A
pugilistic bummer picked up a
copy of one of these papers, aud
his eyes happened to fail on an ac
count of the orucllixiou. He read
the narrative with astonishment
aud increasing indignation. At
length lie darted into the street,
grabbed a Jew who was inoffensive
ly passing, and gave him a tre
mendous thrashing. "What did
you do that for ?" asked the police
mau who rescued the victim. "Be
cause he's a Jew," was tho reply,
"and crucified ihe Saviour."
"Why, that happened almost two
thousand years ago," said the of
ficer. The wrath of the lighter
was partly blown out lv a long
whistle, aud he temarkedl "Weil,
I never heard of it tlil a few miu
A position as teacher or governess, by a
lady thoroughly competent to tench the
English brauches; also. Latin, French
Uid music. Apply to "Teacher," corner
Fort and Krauklin st reels, X*oi Ati gel ci.
A MAX AM) WIPE, io work on a
small ranoh; wife to do housework tor
family ot two, and man to do chores out
side. An easy place for a OOUple without
children. Apply to
F. J. QILLMORE,
JaIWC Dollar Store,
LOufT, on Friday. June 17th, on the
road from the Cahuengft to Los Angeles.
A POCKET BOOK*containing paper*ol!
value to the undersigned only.
The above reward wi li bti paid on the
return of the booktoFRANK COMERIS,
California House, corner ol Aliso and
Alameda st reels.
Express copy. HB-2t J. DA RISE,
OFFICE OK THK SOUTHERN PA-)
OIFIO RAILROAD COMPANY,
San Francisco, June 14th, 1851.)
The Annual Meeting of tho BtOOKholu
en ot the above-named Company, lor
the election of seven Directors for the en
suing year ami for the transaction of
such other Dullness at may tie brought
before the meeting, will be held nt the
ofiicc of tue Company on WEDNESDAY,
July 18th proximo, at 10 o'clock a. m.
.USUI J. L. WILLCUXT,
AT 2 P, 11 , AT
— AND —
miss ma<me NELLINI.
COMPLETE CHANGE of PBOOBAKUE
Pop ular Prices-BO cts.
No BeMrytd Seats. _.Cf]
Notice of dalo In Partition
11. W. Hellmau, Plaintiff, vs. Charles
Bon* alius Carlo* Bon, a minor, Pab*
lo Acevuilo, alias I'ablo Bon, alias
Pablo A. Lope/, a minor, Allele Hon,
a minor, Prosper Philip, ttuarUianoi
t he above-named minor*, Q, b.Couip
ton, Mary A. Gibson, Prosper Philip,
as administrator with the will an
nexed ol the estate oi' Maria Auteula
Acevedo de Bon, deceased, nut!
In pursunnps of an order anil decree of
the .superior Court ol iho oounty of Lo*
Angelea, state ot Calllornla, niado in the
ahove-entllted aotlon, dated the 16th day
of June,A. 1). lfrit, the undersigned, ref*
erce in partition, will sell at public auc
tion, to tho highest, bidder, in front ot
tlie Court llou&u, on Spring street, ln the
elty of iios Augclo, iv said county, on
MONDAY, THE 11th DAY OF
JULY, A. D. 1881,
At II o'clock A. m., tho following de
scribed tract or parcel 01 laud, to wit:
AH that certain real property, situate
in tho county of Los Angeles,, State of
California, bounded and described as
follows: Bounded ou the north by the
southern live of tho laud formerly be
longing to or claimed by John Gran"; on
tbe eatt by Main street; od tbe south by
the line ol land or Armando Allen; and
on tlie west by the land of C. K. Them
and IS* M. Ross; being the easterly thir
teen acres of the north half of tbe north*
west quarter of the southeast quarter ol
section seven (7), township two (2)soutb,
range thirteen west, Hau Bernardino
Terms ol sale: Cash in gold coin of the
United States, payable oa conarmatlou
of sale by mud Court. Deed at expense of
purchaser. J. R, SCOTT,
Bated Los Angeles, June 17,1551, JeiStd
County Warrants, etc.
I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City
and Couuty Warrants, Judgments,and
all kinds of claims.
Attorney at Law.
MT Room m Tempi* Blook. ntt-ly
By a man and wire (uo children),a sit
uation,city or country; the wire to do
housework, the man to make hlmsell
generally useful; would take a farm on
shares. Enquire at No. 223, corner of
Eighth and Olive streets. JIS-lw
Lost or strayed.'on Tuesday, May gd,
from the Vlrglnes Ranch, A BAY
MAKE, branded (C) on the lea hip.
Hen Dollars reward will be paid for the
return of the mare to Nordholt's store,
corner ol First and Los Angeles streets.
A plitoo where a One cup ot COFFEE
or TOT OF TEA, with NICE LUNCH,
can be liad for teu cents,
Al T SMITH'S,
IMo. it TKMI'LK ST. in2»-tl
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
PARTNER WANTED in an estab
lished business. Address L., Herald of
Two very desirable unfurnished rooms
toletou the corner of Third und Hill
streets with the use of parlornnd piano.
Enquire on the premises. / . 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,
jell Koom 85, Temple Block,
TEN OR TWENTY ACRES of GOOD
LAND, near tho city, well improved,
with bearing trees and grapevines, and a
house, bam, windmill, etc.
Also, FOUR DWELLING HOUSES,
near ttie Normal School grounds, will be
For particulars enquire of H. ED
WAUOS, ut the central Stables, Spring
street, opposite the Court House. a2U-lui
IMPROVED RANCH OF ISO ACRES,
being NE '4 Seo. 86, T. I S., K. 14 W., 8. B.
M«, being four miles southwest from tbe
Court. House. Title, Government Patent.
Wutcr right perpetual. The land is ln
the highest state ol cultivation. Fruit
trees on place; good well; finished house
ol six rooms; out-buildings, wind-mill,
etc. For price and particulars apply to
"La Espemnaa store," los Main street,
Los Augeles, Cal. Jo7-lm
NEWLY FURNISHEDSuuny Rooms,
at NO. a FIRST STREET, only a few
steps from the Postomce. m2l-lm
A GREAT BARGAIN.
VIVE ACRES OK.LAND ou Washing
ton street, west of Figueroa street, for
sale very cheap. Inquire by letter un
der Cypher EC., Herald office. Jeltf
An Interest ln a well established, pay
ing MANUFACTURING BUSINESS;
Irom ji"Mi to iauOO capital required. Also,
A DWELLING HOUSE, ceutrally lo
cated. Address R, Herald offlce. nilK-lm
SEVEitAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES,
three nnd tour rooms; fine location;
mylf-Sm Room 49 Temple Blook.
Furnished or unfurnished, A BEAUTI
FUL RESIDENCE, nearly new aud nice
ly furnished, containing seven rooms,
bath-room, etc., with all necessary mod
ern improvement*, including hot and
cold water and gas throughout tbe house.
Also, nervauts' room, Btoreroom, wash
room, wood-room, etc. Tho wholo lot
beautifully improved, the rear contain
ing from 18 to 24 choice assorted fruit
trees iv bearing. Apply ou the premises,
139 Fort street. iuyii7-2w
Pleasantly located and neatly furnished,
TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE,
Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one
block from Postofflce. dSltf
BOARD AND ROOM.
AN ELEGANTLY FURNISHEDSUN
ny front room, hot and cold water,
southern exposure, In a private family,
in the most desirable part of the city.
Apply to Mrs. E.C\BTARIN, first house
ou north side of Orange street, Just off
Pearl aud Sixth street. m 3-1 in
NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal.
•■-.SPACIOUS PARLORS, Flue Suites,
nnd Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain
ing all modern conveuiences.
ss-TH E TABLE supplied with the best
tlie market affords.
fe22t l MRS. M. H. KIMBALL, Prop.
OP LOS ANGELES,
KM the honor to announce to their sub
scribers and tho public that they will
present for the first, time in Los Angeles
the brilliant and highly successful com
edy, written by Henry J. Byron, in three
AT TURNVEREIN HALL,
Ou tho evenings of
THURSDAY a lid
JUNE 21st, 23d and 25th.
MMTNew scenery and new costume*."**.
ADMISSION, 75 CENTS. I
Reserved seats at P. Lazarus's LU.Dk
Store, SpriEg street., on und after Juno "15.
M. LEHMAN, Stage Manager.
Santa Monica Pavilion,
ECKERT .t BRIGHT, Proprietors!
This favorite Summer Resort will) be
opened NEXT SUNDAY.
Best brands of wines, liquors, ales. beer
and cigars always on hand. Hot-and
coldlnnches. shooting gallery, boiling
alley aud other amusements attached to
the Pavilion. Visitors should not <fell to
give them a oall. aplttf
MOO REX REMEDY
a sure oum.
It kills pain, Itching and Inflammation
at once. TRY IT. For sale by all drug
gists. Price, 2, cts. a box. myMm-ls
MONEY TO LOAN
On reel estate security at low rates and
no eenunJaslon charged. Address P.O.
Our policy of makiDg large sales and
small profits tells. Tbe people under
stand tbe meaning of the term, "Enor
mous Sales and Small Profits." Our
Low Prloes suit tho masses, and the ex
cellent qnallty of our goads pleases all.
It Is our intention to "SELL" Goods and
maintain the lead ln our line.
Bargains in Shirts.
148 DOZEN CALICO SHIRTS AT
Sic DOZEN PERCALE SHIRTS, sep
arate cutis and collars, warranted
fast colors, at TBc.
47 DOZEN FRENCH PERCALE
SHIRTS, latest style, separate cuffs
and oollars, at $I,SO.
Also, a large variety of GENTS' COL
ORED FULL-FINISHED HOSE at
EVERYTHING In the line of GENTLE
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS of
the Best Quality, at
56 Main Street,
Corner Commercial, Los Angeles.
Underwear and Shirt
H. I >IXto eSc 00.,
LOS AHBELES ST., Near Commercial,
Los Anoeles, Cal.
Always on hand and made to order on
short notice, at lowest cash prloes.
LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S
LADIES' WRAPPERS and DUSTERS,
GENTS' OVERBHIRTS of EVERY
J. W. DTJjXjX,
No. 5 Arcadia Block,
Los Angeles St., : : : Los Angeles, Cal.
*r Dealer ln HAY and GRAIN and the
produce ef Southern California gener
ally. by rail a specialty.
HORSES BOARDED at JOHNSON'S
FEED STABLE, Id ALISO ST., at $7
per month. Best of hay reed and good
care taken. Also, stable room to rent at
per month. myl7tf
Jk. CARD.-'fo those who
to have remiovea perma
nently SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, FRECK
LES, LIVER SPOTS, BLAGKWORHS,
MOLES, etc., I will send you a recipe
that will cureayou free of charge. V.
POHPER, 127 Montgomery street, San
Francisco. Send a self addressed en
MRS. K. SMITH, having been with
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will con
tinue business at their old place. Mrs.
Smith Is prepared trrdo all kinds of hair
work ln the best and latest styles. Re
member the place, NO. dS SPRING ST.
LAND FOR SALE
SOO ACRES of the best fruit or agri
cultural land at (40 per acre, north or the
Hunter Ranch, on the river, with right
of water. Inquire or T. E. ROWAN, 75
Downey Block, or or the owner, W. C. B.
RICHARDSON, near the premises.
A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF 80
ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard
and vineyard of 20 acres. Inquire ol A.
W. POTTS, Oounty Clerk's offloe. mSkVlw
MONTANA MEAT MARKET.
THE PIONEER MARKET or this ol
144 MAIN ST., NEAR FIRST.
Keens on band the beat Beef, Veal,
Pork.Ttntton, Salt Meats and all kind*
or Sausages. Meats delivered to aUnarts
of tbe city. A. ntAKOX.
CITY OF PARIS
17 & 19 Spring St.,
, COMPRISING OUR ENTIRE STOCK. OF
i SpringlSummer Importations
MONDAY, : : : : JUNE 6th,
And Continue for Thirty Days,
During which tiuio we will otter a number of
To which wo call Uie atlention oi tlie public:
100 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at BJc. per yard, 12£o
75 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at 12}o " 20c
50 Pieces Linen Lawn at 25c " 37, c
100 Pieoes White Marseille at Hia " 12Jc
200 Pieces 4-4 Dress Lineu at 20c " 36c
100 Pieces Figured Tasso Linen at S\e " 20c
50 Pieces all-wool Black Momies at 25c " 50c
50 Pieces ail-wool Cashmere, comprising all the
New Bummer Shades, at 50c " 75c
25 Pieces 45 inches wide, all-wool Black Cash
mere at 75c " $1.25
35 Pieces all-wool Biege, 42 inches wide, at o2*c " $1.00
Mohairs, Buntings, Shoodas, Plaids, etc.,
AT THE SAME
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS !
500 New Style Summer Skirte at...50c. each Former price, $1 00
250 Shetland Shawls at Too. each Former price, $1 25
250 Shetland Shawln at SI 00 each Former price, $1 50
200 Ladies' Linen Ulsters at $2 00 each Former prioe, $3 50
150 Ladies' Cloth Ulstora at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00
160 Ladies' Linen Circulars at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00
LADIES' THREE-BUTTON KID CLOVEB
Reduced to 50c. per pair.
260 Summer Parasols at 400 Former prioe, 75ots.
150 Silk Brocade Parasols at $2 00 Former price, $3 50
100 Silk Brocade, lined aud lace trimmed, $3 50 Former price, $6 00
100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at * $ 7 50...Former price, $10 00
100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $10 00... Former price, $13 00
' 75 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $12 00...Former price, $15 00
100 Men's Blaok Diagonal Coata aud Vests, $ 9 00...Former price, $12 00
50 Men's Black Diagonal Coats and Vests, $12 50... Former price, $16 00
200 Men's Cassimere Suits $ 9 00...Former prioe, $12 00
150 Men's Cassimere Suits $10 00...Former price, $13 50
100 Men's Cassimere Suite $11 00...Former price, $15 00
100 Children's Linen Suits at $1 50 Former price, $2 50
75 Children's Lineu Suits at $2 00 Former prioe, $3 50
100 Boys' Linen Suits at $2 25 Former price, $4 OO
Children's, Boy's and Youth's Cassi
mere Suits Reduced (in the
Same Sweeping Reductions in
HOUSEHOLD LINENS, .EMBROIDERIES, LACES,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
CASSIMERE AND STRAW HATS,
LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES,
MEN'S and BOYS' BOOTS and SHOES,
EUGENE METER & CO.,
17! 19 Spring St., Los Angeles
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