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WEDNESDAY JUNE 22. 1881.
Herald 8 team Printing House. The facilities or tile rl.SAi.ti Steam printing House tor doingjob work are not ' surpassed in California outside oi San Francisco and Sacramento. All work en trusted to us will be executed with ueat neae and dispatch at the lowest living rates. aSBVISI. MOTIOK. Hereartei uotlues of companlus, socle ties, ohurohes, etc., will only bo luserted In the Hhfali. as paid advertisements, We reserve, lor Places of Worship,, grat is directory, which will appear every Sunday morning. IN the oase of Los Angeles, as in tbat of Boston, the cows marked out our streets originally. In the nswer quarters of our city there baa been some attempt at rectang ular regularity. At the best, how aver, there will be a world of trouble in trying to lick our chaos of thoroughfares Into shape. AT last things are looking as if Los Angeles street would be ul length opened up. However pic turesque Chinatown may be, it has bssn a great drawback upon pro grass in tbat section of the city. With a clear thoroughfare and rec tified street lines there is no earth ly reason why Los Angeles street sbould not be tbe center of whole sale business on a scale very much greater than ever known hitherto. Ths absurd stage of an anti-mo nopoly crusade only reaches Its olimax when Mr. Jay Gould is set up as its exemplar. When Jay Gould appears iv the role of a com petitive Deliverer then is fal-lal and nonsense well iv the ascend ant. It was only a few months ago wbeu Gould was to give the people of tbs United States a grand com petitive telegraph system. As the "boss" of the American Union, be made a din over the continent whioh boded pleasant things with out number, and promised to dis place the Post office as a medium of communication between man aud man, so cheap were telegrapb lo mssaages to become. Presto, Harlequin waved bis wand, the American Union disappeared and Gould crops out as tbe chief of the new consolidation, causing teie grapble competition to recede far ther than ever into the dim di» tance. Jsy Gould,as the author of a scheme of Pacific Coast railway competition, is a risible proposi tion, pure and simple. TXB French Bepublic has pro posed a scale of impost duties upon titles of nobility which, if adopted, wonld very materially ioorease the reveaue of France and throw even greater ridicule upon tbe. nomen olature which ranges through Dukes, Marquises, Earls, Counts, Viscounts and Baroas. This sa gacious Bepublieau idea is to allow every barber, butcher, briok-layer, or other worthy artisan or artist, as the ease may be, to buy any title which may suit his fancy, If be is Willing to put up tbe coin, and pay a tax for the nominal honor. An •xohange suggests tbat, by the adoption of sueb a programme, the United States could get rid of its national debt, our flunkeys being so numerous, tbe only impediment being that provision in the consti tution of the United States which forbids tbe conferring of any titles ofaobllily. As a matter of fact, In Italy and Austria and in several other European countries, titles ••n be readily bought, a regulnr ■•ale for that purpose having been adopted. In Hungary every other man a traveler meets is a noble, all eons of nobles taking the rank of their fathers. Thus far the Eng lish have been rather fastidious as to their nobility, the present house •f Peers only embraoing some live hundred members, lords temporal and spiritual. When we remem ber that, in the reign of Henry VIII., tbe peers numbered less than fuity, the advance even in Great Britain has been formidable, after allowing for the elective peers of Ireland and Scotland. The day Is fait approaohing when the fin icky distinctions of titles will lose their force, and when sensible peo ple will not oare to wear them. The ignorance of tbe average American newspaper man ai to tbe relative rank of titled Englishmen la something simply marvelous. Some time ago Sir Thomas Hts ketta, a rough, yahoo-looking fel low, who smoked a thort pipe, and walked through the Palaoe Hotel eerrldors In his stoeklng feet, While his brogans were being blacked, made hut love to tbe pret ty and piquant nineteen year old daughter or Senator Sharon. In MajMr«e*M«( Sir Thomas Hesketb waa a mighty good exemplar of an ordinary coal-heaver. He wss coarse, rough-grained and alto gether unintsresting. But the cal low people about Han Francisco thought be was a nobleman, be came be waa Sir Thomas Hsskatb, baronet. No doubt most of these •allow fledglings of San Franeisoo society thought tbat Sir Thomas eat la tbe House of Peers, a peg or two above the Drrke of.Noifolk, tbo blood of all tbe Howards eount lag far nothing. As a matter of fast, Hesketb. bad to await his ar rival In San Francisco to find rut that he was a nobleman. Tbs pretty Mlas Sharon was sacrlfloed to a man old enough, If he had married betimes, to have been her father, all on the supposition that tbis English yaehtman was a noble, which he was not in any sense, if acute observers of the man, while be lived in San Fran cisco, oan be trusted. So, follow ing this line of snobbish obliquity to the facts, wbeu the Duke of Sutherland arrived in Sau Fran cisco tbe nswspspers of that burg, or some of them, announced that the mightiest and riohest noble man of England had put iv an ap pearance, notwithstanding tbat he of Westminster could buy his grace of Sutherland four or five times ever, while the Duke of Nor folk could see him pecuniarily, aud discount him as to prece dence, all hollow. While the Duke of Sutherland is a wealthy and re spected oobleman, he of Norfolk was a Duke before English Kings began to think of recognizing this comparative fledging of tbe peer age. To recur to our original topic, a baronet is not a nobleman; und, to hold such a rauk in England, unless there am circumstances of great antiquity which couseorate tbe Inferior title, is very much like holding the rank of a non commissioned ollicer in a military company. High private is regard ed as preferable to anything short of the rank of subaltern. When it oomes to "the mightiest nobleinau of England," the Duke of Norfolk is Hereditary Earl Marshal of that ancieut kingdom, aud entitled to precedence Imme diately after tbe Princes of the blood royal. Wben it oomes to wealth, there are several noble men of England so immeasurably richer than the Duke of Suther land that the comparison would be simply ridiculous. Not only that, but In Scotland tbe lord of Bute and in Ireland the lord of Donegal, could "see" our late distinguished visitor and go him several times bet ter on tbe rent-roll proposition, the first of these peers owning nearly tbe entire fee of tbe city of Glas gow and the latter that of Belfast, LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. ISpeoial lo Lhe Hhkalij y tue Westero Union Telegraph a PACIFIC COAST. STOCK i.-iHU-'OK/X'. 3AN FRANCISCO STOCK AND KX OHANUK KOAKD. mossing sasaxOM. Han FaAfccisco, June 21 876 Ophlr, 1%, H 12U Alpha, Sii, 3.60 w Mvs.-oi.. 12% 560 Belcu„i, 5.35,3.40 4i(l Ii »v C, 754.7'/.! 170 M Nevada, iuji .60 tl ft H, 14;,. 15. MiVlaU, ll', 206 Ual», 216 1-.ul lion. 1.40 22»0 OoaV*, 3.60,3 66, JV.I axetaeq tier, 1.45 3%,3)4, 6 su.SIJs, mo Overman. 1.45 8 'iJ, 3J4 755 Union, l a S2O Cu0i.i,i,275,2.70 !3?i 120 Savage, 3.4U 60'Soon.lon, 1.70 7i 0 Potosl. 3.4(1 3.85 176 North Ex Utah, »5U H ft N , 4.55, 4.50 1.15, 1 20 100 Point, 2 71l HOCurt.s, 1% 875 Jacket, 554 100 Andes, 3.06 105 Keutuck, 2.50, OPEN BOARD—4.3O l: M. Julia,6oc b,55b a; Utah, U!4 b, 11M a; Hale ft Norcross, 4H Si Bi'lllon. 1.45 b; Overman, 150-b; Union, 13J£ s; Best ft Belcher, 15 b, 15*4 a; Con Virginia, 3 55 s; Cboliar, 270 s; fcjierra Nevada, 15V. b, ih% a; Jacket, s>£ s; N Noonday. Sue a; Keutuck, s; Andes, 2.15 b; Mexican, I-, s; Caledonia, 40c b; Mono, 3 b; ueltUier. 3.4'.i b- Savaye, 3.6~» b; Crown Point, 270 b, 2% a; Utah, 11% h, 12 a; Potosl, 3.30 o; b?uton, 115 j b, la; Justice, v6c b; Con Virginia, 3.55 b, 3.fiu a; Hale ft Norcro.s. VA s: Uuiou, 1314 a; Exchequer, 1.45 b; Aita,3.su »i ' n.h. 11:4 b; Oaiiior nla, 1.65 b, 1.70 a; Enreku, 32 b; Scorpion, iy t b, 1.80 v: Mt Diablo,9H b; upbir,7JJ b. PHASeuiEnrM Noiilh nuil £1.,1, Fbebno, Cal. 1 June 21.—The fol lowing is tbe list of passengers for tbe Smith and Uast on tbe train which passed this place at 5 P. K.i 8 Mitchell, Los Augeles; Mrs P Murphy and children, Spadrs; Mrs M H Lewis, Los Angeles; Geo W Griffith, do; E J Pierce, Dos Paloias; W W Cameron and wife, Tucaou; D E Camerou, do; Geo M Blake, Tombstone; C F Sanders, New York; Samuel Brannan, Tuc son; H L Depew, St Louis; AS McDonald and wife, Loa Augeles; M L Yasrer, do; W 8 Miller, wife and child, do; F R Chamberlain, Wilcox; Mrs Bryant, Silver King; Mrs Vogeler, Benson; W E Whit more, Sunderland, Mass; R F John son, F.I Paso. ■'lie New Tifniinrne Clwlinnul. Ban Francisco, June 21st.—In connection Willi tile case of tbe I'lchborne claimant now attracting attention bere, a point to-day ha* arisen which would seem to go far iv support ot tbe claimant's pre tensions. Tichborne states that be came to to the United States after bis Tisit to South America. Fol lowing bis departure from Eng land he married iv Brooklyn, Mew York. This is altogether at va riance with any of the ill-closures made during the trial of the case in Eoglaud and is iv fact an entirely new presentation of the matter. Now oomes a respeolable gsntle man, a mining engineer, well kuowu in this city, who says that he was well acquainted with Tioh borue in his youthiul days in Eng land aud subsequently be met him iv New York about tbe time of his marrisge. This, it will be realtor bered, was many years before tbe all*nr came into prominence by virtue of tbs claim raised by Arthur Ortou. Thegsatlaotao says if this is the real Tiubborne lie will certainly bs able to reojgoiis him, He will undoubtedly he giveo an opportunity to uo so on tbs return of Tichborne to ibis city. Aiiitha Hrwm. San Francisco, June 21at.—Tbe steamer California has arrived at Victoria and fort TowDaend. She brings the following advices from Sitka: James Hollywood, who sailed from Sitka last Fall on a trading expedition, had Just re turned. He reports that nissohoon er had been wreuked iv Yakutal B»y. He and the oiew *«r> cap tured by Yakillat ludiaus. Ma louy and his frieud were killed. Heilywoed aud his Indian wife were then taken to Ohilcatas as slaves. The Chllosts took them to Honcap, aod tbat tribe took them from tbe Chilcat* and drought them to Sitka. A patitiou has bsea forwarded to President Garfield, signed by near ly all the citizens of southeastern Alaska, asking that Colonel M*. D. Ball be retained as Collector of Customs. A statement numerous ly signed has also been forwarded to the President, emphatically de nying the recent absurd reports relative to Captain Glass's having instituted martial law In tbe terri tory or that he had iv any mauner Interfered with tbe rights of citi zens. The snow has entirely disap peared at the Fakeu mines. New quartz lodes have been discovered and tbe placer claims are being vigorously worked. The Califor nia has on board 200 ouuoeß of bul lion to be sent to tbe mint for coin age. The placer claims are paying wetland tbe quartz lodes show bet ter than ever. Tbe Montana party who went up into the Chile »t coun try on a prospecting expedition, were not allowed by Ihe Indiana to ascend the river, as the upper and lower tribes were at war aud might kill tbe prospectors. Eleven Indi ans had been killed up to tbat lime. The California has two tons of rich ore, eu route to Sau Fran cisco to be worked. Most of the miners ut Harrieburg seem to have faith in the rlebnets of the new gold ledges, aud town lots are in creasing in value aud are rapidly being cleared. Twenty-two to twenty-sight ounces per week has been about the average yieid from tbe Read bullion placer mine. Quartz ledges are in statu quo, waiting capital for development. X .Urea l aud other lews, Tucson, June 2.lst.—Charles F. Crocker, President of tbe Southern Paoifio of Arizona aud New Mexi co, Judges Sanderson and Harvey Brown and T. X. Berger passed here this morning en route to Santa he, New Mexico, to defend the Southern Pacific Railroad Compa ny in the suit brought against tbem by the Texas Pacific. The New Mexico and Arizona Railroad Company have filed tbeir articles of incorporation with the Secretary of this Territory. This is substantially the Atchison, To peka and Sauta Fe road. The road will be built at once to Tucson, from Dealing, with branches iv Tombstone, Patagonia, Calabesas aud Globe. From Tucson it will unite with the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad near the Needles, ou the Colorado river. N. L. Waldo is President, E. B. Pomeroy, Vice President and Resident Attorney, A. A. RobiDson, Treasurer, H.Far ley, Secretary. These gentlemen, with the addition of L. P. Brown, are the Oireciors. Dr. Rudolph Myers and four Ger man Couuts will arrive in Tucson about the 28th, eu route to Sau Fruueleco. Little has been beard from the cow hoys who left for Souora, ex cept that they were seen near the lino on the 14th. There are niauy rumors regarding the fight, but nothing reliable us yet. ■tetribuitoa. Tombstone, June 21st.—Full particulars have been received of the killing or the Hazlett brothers, who murdered Conard and Harry Head, the Contention stage rob bers, and a German ut Eureka, New Mexico, last week. They were surprised by a party of tweu ty cow-boys while playing cards in a saloon at Eureka und had no chance to defend themselves. Bill Hazlett was shot us times through tbe bowels, Ike twice through the stomach and the Merman six times through the body and once in the aukle. The Hazletts lived long enough to make a will. As soon as the firing ceased tbe murderers mounted and rode away, leaving uo trace as to who they were. EASTERN. Star It'ta.e Bvftdjr sued—Osuer Washington, Juno 21st.—A suit was Hie.l to-day against Brady by John A. Welsh to recover $28,000. Welsh was formerly a ban kit hero. He advanced Brady $33,000, of which $28,000 reraaitis due. Welsh's oouueel says the suit is not connected with the Star route prosecutions. Welsh once held a Star route contract as se curity and and it is stated that Brady's refusal to pay Is founded on the theory tbat Welsh's share in the contracts was iv payment of part of the loan. Schutter, a French painter, drawn on the grand jury, being a former beneficiary of Brady, has been excused because his name is incorrectly spelled iuthu jury list. Assistant Secretary of the Treas ury Upton leaves to-day for Eu rope ou refunding business. His friends deny tbat this is a plan to supercede him. ail Unlet m Ireland New York, Juue 21st.—The World's London special says: Ad vices from Dublin to-night say that quietness prevails throughout tbe oountry. The farmers have harvested tbe biggest hay crop known for to years and tbe root orops promise to be uupreoedent edly abundant. Archbishop Mo- Cube's pastoral of Sunday, de nouncing the League aud sharpiy reminding the clergy tbat their mission is not to incite an aggres sion war, but to promote peace and concord, has thrown tbe .Leaguers into confusion. It is known, mure over, tbat Dr. McCabe is in this, as in many other instances, the direct mouthpiece ot the Pope, and the pastoral will have much weight, not only lv the Arch Diocese of Dublin, but throughout Ireland. Ttl« HIWU »•* Marseilles. Nnw York, Juue 21.—Tbe Her aid's Loudon dispatch says: The latest reports from Marseilles are far from reassuring, though the au thorities are tardily endeavoring to repress tbe disturbances. A large number of rioters, chiefly Italians, have been arrested. Accounts dif fer greatly as to the number of per sons killed uud wouuded in tbe streets. According lo one report eight were killed and 20U wouuded. Another account says tbat only two lives were lost and seventeen wounded. Of (he latter, however, it is stated Jtwo will not recover. S*»«Beoae>» via ,itu aumtieru Routs. Kansas City, June 20.—The fol lowing list ot overland passengers passed Topeka via the Atchison, Topeka and Santa F6 Bailroad Juue 20, to arrive at Sau Francisco JuueSo: B A Lewis, John Ville, Lewis Fussy, Teutunville, Audrew JBseumayer,. San Francisco; J J Covington, Mrs S S Convlagton, Giaelnaatl. mage Robbery In Texas. Galveston, Texas, June 21st.— Another stage robbery occurred 25 miles from San Antonio, one armed robber doing the act. Uriteiiu s Fii.t—Hi* iqipe-raae.. Chicago, June 21st.—Grlaom's fast continues to attract tbe many curious ones and is closely watch ed by scientists and physicians. His flesh is almost boyish in its fresh color, but he begins to show a dry, parched skin. His eyes are bright aud sparkllug in conversa tion, but suukeu aud dull in re pose. His wrists und. hands are wrinkling unmistakably antl he is suffering, although lie tries to con ceal tbe fad. He began his 24th day at noon, having gained in 64 hours three-quarters of a pound Boveat »«ui.iti. — Nashville, June 21st.—Au au thentia nocount hut been received of the birth, iv Jackson county, this State, of seveu children at one birth. They were delivered ut a distance of teu minutes to five five hours apart. All were girls, weighing from four to live pounds each aud all ate healthy und well developed. The physician was greatly excited aud the people for miles around flocked to see the tbe woman und her babies. The hu.band is small and tbiu, the wife strong and healthy. 1... w<r.*n« li. Arsiiuinii. St. Louis, June 21at.—a Little Bock special says: The particulars of a terrible affair were brought to to town to-day. Home days ago the house of a miserly old farmer named Stokes, living iv Sharp county, was robbed of lour or five hundred dollars by six masked men and Stokes murdered. 'Thurs day night last a baud of fifteen or twenty meu went to tbe bouses of James Tibbets, Abuer Stanley and James aud Jonathan Callahan, took them to an adjacent glen and tortured tbem iv a most horrible manner with a view to making them confess the murder. The Callahaus have .since beeu arrested, but it is said tbat Tibbets and Stan ley were tortured to death, as they cannot be fouud. A tnLxtei feaoe Omeer. Albuquerque, June 21.—Milton Yarberry, Town Marshal, killed Charles Campbell, a railroad car penter. Ouly v few mouths ago he also killed Heury Brown, nephew of the Vice President of the Texas Pacific. The Mexican press ask by what authority Lieutenant Bullis mossed the Hlo Grautle in pursuit of ma rauders. au4»ti.«r s-'tv.- i*. <fctit-b-<i, Montreal, Juno 21.—A fire is raging iti Quebec, St. Souveur dis trict. Thirty-five house* burueil. flediires by Clues I, >ul.e. Ottawa, June 21st,—The Prin cess Louise wiii exhibit ut the art exhibition iv Halifax three pic lures from her own easel. SIIIIHK BOii's H ttad MIIUO.NC Ottawa, June 21.—The Interior Department has information that Bitting Buil, who is cairpad at Ouaphelle, liua commenced selling j horses lo purchase food to keep his band from starving. It will beim pussihie lor hiiu to hold out much longer, ami the goverumeut daily expects to heur of his .surrender. . Tiie Canadian Indians refuse to have anything to do with him. fr..t»! ni'lier I3si»i«esas>. Medford, Muds., June 31,—A dummy engine boiler ut the wharf exploded, shattering several build- Inge, injuring five persons futility, and billing a workman. FOREIGN. Papniftitou or ir«lN«<l Deereaainii, Dublin, June 21st.-—The Irish cpubuh shows a population of 6, --159,849, being a decrease of 255,538 since 1871, T l^^^^lll^ '^^^^^^^^^^»^^^^^^^»^■^■■^a^aa^^fc NEW TO-DAY. Wanted. A Good Blacksmith. Apply to H. Hay man, as Aliso at., near Alainuda. Je22-3t Furnished House Wanted. For three months by a small family wilbout children, it famished house cen trally located. Address,stating location and price per month ..hos 279,P.0. J22-1W WANTED TO BUY. 100 HEAD OK HORSES AND mure* for llverv and stage purposes, at NOkTHCKAKT A CLARK'S Auction House, 42 uod 44 Lou Angeles street. Siock must be 14k to l(j hands high, and weigh from MOO to 1100 pounds. j22-lw Administratrix's sale of Real Estate. NOTICE ia hereby given that in pursu ance of an order < t tbe Superior Court of the county of Loa Angeles, State of Cal ifornia, made on the 20th day of June. A. D. [ML ED the matter ot the estate of Nicho -1 las Qulrolo, deceased, the undersigned, the administratrix of the estate ol said deceased, will sell .at public aim tlou, to the highest bidder, for cash In gold coin of the United States, and subject t© confirmation by said Su perior Court, on FRIDAY, THE 15th DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clock jr., at the Spring street front ot the Court House, In the city and county of Los Angeles, all the right, title, interest and estate of tho said Nicholas Uuirolo deceaoed, at the lime of his den t ii, and all the nt lit, title and interest tbat the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired oiher than or lv addition to that of the said Nicholas Qulrolo at the time of his death, in and to all those certain lots, pieces or paroels of land, situate, lying and being in the said city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, and bounded and described as follows, to Wit: Ist.'All that certain piece or parcel of land situated in the city and county of Los Angeles, Slate of California, bound ed and described aa follows, to wit: Bounded on the west by Alameda street, on the north by land of one Miller, on the east by Lover's Jane, and on the south by suld lane and the landsof John M. Url filth and Thomas Dwyer, and be ing the sjiiue property conveyed to, Nicholas Quirolo by deed of convey ance lrom Maria Merced Tnpia de it uil humme dated January 18th, 1873, record ed in JljoLc No 88 of pages 4*4 et seq., Kecords ot Los Aiiueies. 2d. All that c-Ttain lot of land situate in the city and county of Loa Angeles, State of California, and deacrloed aa follows: Commencing at tbe northwest corner of upper Main and High streets, tnence nortuerly along the west line of Upper Main street, twenty-live feet to tot of P. Casnave; thence westerly along aald lot forty-seven feet; theuce south erly, parallel with Upper Main street twenty-five feet to High street; thence easterly along High street forty-seven left to point of beginning. fiach of said two paroels of land will be sold separately. T«rms and conditions of sale: Cash In United States gold coin, ten per cent, of pureu* o money to be paid to the Ad mlnUtrairlx on the day of sale, balance on con Hi taut on i.f sale by said Superior Deed at expense of purobaaer. HEFUGIA QUIROLO. Administratrix of the estate of NloholM Qui roldeceased. June 38d, IcIL WANTS- LOST—FOUND. Wanted. A MAN AND WIFE, to work on a small ranch; wife to do housework for family of two, and man to do chores out side. An eaay place for a couple without 1 children. Apply to * * F. J. GILLMORE, jelßtf Dollar Store. foundT A plaoe where a line oup of COFFEE or POT OF TEA, with NICE LUNCH, can be had for teu cents, A. T SMITH'S. No. a TEMPLE ST, m29-tl FOR SALE—FOR RENT. PIANO FOR BENT. Address P. O. box an, Los Augeles. J3l-3t FOR RENT. A house ol eight rooms, with all mod ern improvements, On Temple, opposite Hill street; rent S3O per month. En quire at Ihe Progress store, No. 120 Main Street, or on the premises. Je2l-tf $3500.00. P'MTMBH WANTED iv au estab lished business. Address L., Heraldof lice. 116-2W i nfurnished Rooms. Two very desirable unfurnished rooms ito let on 11.c corner of Third and Hill streets with the use of parlor and piano. Enquire on the premises. Jf4-lw FOR SALE CHEAP. I MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker Hill avenue, near second street; con venient to Normal school and free from ' dust. WM. D. STEPHENS, ' Je» Koom 85, Temple Block. I . ___ 1 . TO LET. NEWLY FURNISHEDSunuy Rooms, at NO. B FIRST STREET, only a few ' steps from the Poatoffloe. m2l-lm FOR SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; fine loeatlon; splendid investment. C. WHITE, | myB-j)ni Room 49 Temple Blook. FURNISHED ROOMS, i Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one blook from Postofflce. dSltf FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF 80 i ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard . and vineyard of 20 aores. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, County Clerk's office. r025-lw Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. ••-SPACIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites, and Largo Single Sunny Rooms, contain in" all modern conveniences. BUTTHE TABLE supplied with the best the market affords. ■ fo22tf MRS. M. H.KIMBALL, Prop. THE OWL ; DRAMATIC CLUB, OF LOS ANGELES, Has the houor to announce to their sub scribers and the public that they will i present for the first lime lv Los Angeles the brilliant and highly suooessful com edy, written by Henry J. Byron, in three acts, entitled OUR OIKLS, AT TURNVEREIN HALL, On tho evenings of TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 21st. 23d and 25th. »»*New scenery aud uew costumes,"*** ADMISSION, 75 CENTS. Reserved seats at I. Lazarus's Boole Store, Spring street, ou and after June 15. ; M. L&HMaN, Btane Manager. GRAND CHARITY CALICO BALL IN AID OF THE Ladies' Benevolent SOCIETY. . AT THE PAVILION, Monday Ev'ngf, \ July 4th. i KXECPTtVa COMMITTEE. ' Mrs. 0. Ducommun. Mrs. M. Kremer, Mrs. H. Hazard. BECKVrION COMMITTEM. Hon. J. R. Toberman, Lt.-Gov. Maus i field, Councilmen E. F. Spence, R. L. Batichet, .1. U. Bower, J. Kubrts. J. Mas carel, M.Teed, ii. Qepbard, E X.Green, O. H. Bliss, B Chandler, B. Cobn, W. s. Moore, J. H. Moran, J. G. McDonald; Dr. ■ J Kurtz, Mr. I. W. Hellman, Mr. C, E. , Brown, Oov. J. G. Downey, J. J. Ayers, , Ph. Hirschfeld, J. D. Lynch, Los Ange . les; Iru CUandlcr, Santa Ana: Ed. Dud , ham, Anaheim; Gen. Banning, wil . mlngton; M. Speyer. Norwalk; J. Loew, I Downey; S. K. Hawaii, San Gabriel. ' FLOOR MANAGER. Mr. Max Meyberg. f Floor committse. J. C. Kays. A. M. Lawrence. .1. Lanker ' shim, s. Dewey. H. A, Jorrea,Max Cobn, , It. Eckert, .lohn Bloesser, F. S. Qraham, ; Ely Levy, Hugh Vail, C. E. Miles, H. ; Siegel, E. A. Preuss. M. Newmark. TICKETS, admitting Gen tleman and Ladles 61.00 Je2l-td Jk. GrRAND Fourth of July Ball I '--AT™ EL MONTE HOTEL, ; MONDAY EVENING. JULY 4TH. 1881. i No pains will be spared to make this . the most pleasant affair of the aeason. Tbe Hall has been enlarged and there will be ample room for all who attend. Boshardt's Band from Loa Angelea will ' furnish the beat of mu.lo. A. GHAND SUPPER ' Will ba prepared, comprising all the delicacies of the season. , TICKETS, admttllng gentle man and lady. ..._»a.BO je2l-td W. R. OOBSON. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GOLDEN RULE Underwear and Shirt FACTORY, H. Dato *Sc Co., LOB ANQELES ST., Hear Commercial, Los Angeles, Cal. Always on band and made to order on short notice, at lowest cash prlees, LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, LADIES' WRAPPERS and DUSTERS, GENTS' OVERSHIRTS of EVERY DESCRIPTION. JU-lm T ONP BRANCH OF THE PACIFIC I Ocean House, Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica. eWFlrst-ulass in Every Reapsot.-We Tlila popular house having been tbor oughly renovated and refitted. Is open tor the accommodation of the public. THE TABLE will be supplied With all be luxuries the market auorda. MRS. S. BAYLEY, apSOtr Proprietress. OPENING OP THE Occidental Restaurant, No. 116 Main St., Cardona Block. The table will be furnished with the best that oan be procured In tbe market. Regular meala, 25 ots. S3T ICE-CREAM SALOON connected with the restaurant. my4-lm CHAS. WENZEL, Prop'r. Teutonia Hall. NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING Frohllnger & Mathieson. PROPRIETORS. ear WINES. LIQUORS, BEER, ALE and CIGARS of the best brands. SVLUNCHES of all kinds supplied on short notice. fel2tf LIVERY STABLE. HORSES BOARDED at JOHNSON'S FEED STABLE, 14 ALISO ST., at $7 per month. Best of hay feed and good care taken. Also, stable room to rent at per month. myfJtf HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having been with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will con tinue bualneaa at their old place. Mrs. Smith la prepared to do all kinds of hair work In tbe best and latest styles. Re member the place, NO. .8 SPRING ST. mSs-lm County Warrants, etc. I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City and County Warrants, Judgments, and all kinds of claims. O. WHITE, Attorney at Law. saS-Room 49 Temple Block. niXJ-ly LAND FOR SALE SOO ACRES of the best fruit or agri cultural land at 810 per acre, north of the Hunter Ranch, on the river, with right of water. Inquire of T. E. ROWAN, 75 Downey Block, or of the owner, W. C. B. RICHARDSON, near the premises. m26-lm-dAw FARMERS, ATTENTION! Baker <fc Hamilton, 13 to 19 FRONT STREET, San Francisco, California. Are Sole Agents for the following Well known AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Champion Reaper and Mower; Genuine Buffalo Pitts Thresher; Bain Farm 'Wagon; J. I. Case's Celebrated Headers; Ames's Straw and Wood-Burning Engines; Star Mollue Plows; Sweepstake and Eureka Gang Plows, Etc., Etc. MANUFACTORY: Sweepstake Plow Company, SAN LBANDRO, ; I : OAL /ft 4 t% A A .£t£uo*Mii ■ ur..*pUO«d?». NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J 'j| CITY OFPARIS 17 &19 Spring St., ' I 1 SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE! COMPRISING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SpringlSummer Importations -TO COMMENCE MONDAY, : JUNE 6th, And Continue for Thirty Days, During which time we will offer a number of REAL BARGAINS! To whioh we call tiie attention of the public: Present Fernier Price. Prioe. 100 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at B}c. per yard, 12Je 75 Pieces 4 4 French Lawns at 124" " 2o J 50 Pieces Linen Lawn at 26c " ST*c 100 Pieces White Marseille at BJo " 12jc 200 Pieces 4-4 Dress Linen at 20c " 30c 100 Pleceß Figured Tasso Linen at BJc " 20e 50 Pieces all-wool Black Momiee at 25c •' 500 50 Pieces all-wool Cashmere, comprising all tbe New Hummer Shades, at 50c " 75c 25 Pieces 45 inches wide, all-wool Black Cash mere at 7oe " 51.86 35 Pieces all-wool Biege, 4- inches wide, at 62Jc " *1.00 Mohairs, Buntings, Shoodas, Plaids, etc., A.T THE SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ! 600 New Style Summer Skirts at...50c. each Former price, $1 00 250 Shetland Shawls at 75c. each Former price, $1 25 250 Shetland Shawls nt $1 00 each Former price, $1 50 200 Ladles' Linen Ulsters at $2 00 each.., Former price, $3 60 150 Ladies' Cloth Ulsters at $2 50 eaoh Former price, $4 00 160 Ladies' Linen Circulars at §2 50 each Former price, $4 00 1000 DOZEN LADIES' THREE-BUTTON KID GLOVES Reduced to 50c. per pair* 260 Summer Parasols at 400 Former price, 7octs. 150 Silk Brocade Parasols at $2 00 Former price. $3 60 100 Silk Brocade, lined and lace trimmed, $3 50 Former prioe, $6 00 GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT. 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $ 7 50...Former price, $10 00 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $10 00...Former prioe, $13 00 75 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $12 00...Former price, $15 00 100 Men's Black Diagonal Coats aud Vests, $ 9 00...Former price, $12 00 50 Men's Black Diagonal Coats and Vests, $12 50... Former price, $18 00 200 Men's Casslrnere Huits $ 9 00...Former price, $12 00 150 Men's Casslrnere Suits :.$lO 00... Former price, $13 50 100 Men's Cassimere Suits $11 00...Former prioe, $15 00 100 Children's Linen Suits at $1 60 Former prioe, $2 50 75 Children's Linen Suits at $2 00 Former price, $3 60 100 Boys' Linen Hulls at $2 25 Former price, $4 00 Children's, Boy's and Youth's Cassi mere Suits Reduced in the Same Proportion! Same Sweeping Reductions in HOUSEHOLD LINENS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, Gent's Furnishing Goods, CASSIMERE AND STRAW HATS. LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES, MEN'S and BOYS' BOOTS and SHOES. EUGENE METER & CO., 17H9 Spring St., Losiingeles