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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
run Herald (Steam Printing
efcoUBK mattes a specialty of Legal
.Wrinting. Briefs, Trauscripts, etci
'elrinted at low rates.
■t the Farmers ol Los Angeles
f j County.
Xmt am prepared to furnish cash ad-
JHinces on grain Ktoreil at my bouse
At the rate of 7' per oout. per an
num for any and all amounts of
ffilOOO or more. E. Naud,
Eg lmJe-11.
J Physicians prescriptions and
{family recipes a specialty with
Wleinzeman & Ellis.
1 Eastern oysters every style;
■lot an J cold lunches ami all the
jraelloaoles of the season served ou
Kbe shortest notice at Congress
Wall, corner of Main and Kequenu
j streets. Ice cold Boca beer, the best
tfen the Coast, always on hand, as
■well as a full supply of the beet
Miranda of liquors, wines and ci-
Ears. Entrance to ladies' rooms on
■Requena street. Open day aud
I night.
I Mr. F. Adam, the pioneer tailor
lof Loa Angeles, No. 13 Spring
Mtreet, informs his patrons and the
I public generally that he has just
reoelved a large aseorlmout of the
■'atest styles of epring and summer
goods, wbloh for elegance and va
riety of pattern cannot be sur
passed. A cordial invitation is ex
pended to all to oall and examine
bis stock. ms-im
[F. Llndqulst, merchant tailor,
No. 20 Spring street, is himself a
praotloal cutter; and, having hail
I ample experience-in San Francisco
.and Los Augeles, known how to
vneet the requirements of his cus
i tomera. He keeps a full supply of
the best cloths constantly on hand
land makes them up "upon honor."
~ Clothes cleaned or dyed, iheu
mended and pressed and warranted
to look like new, at No. H Aliso
..street.
A number of desirable rooms to
let at No. 7 Third street. The loca
tion is accessible and desirable
j rem every standpoint. Tho neigh
borhood is good and the houße Is
barely five minutes' walk from the
Court House.
Tbe colorhit does dyeing auil
. oouring at No. 8 Aliso street.
To Whom it May Concern.
, Please take notice: Any person
having pledges or collaterals at tbe
Star Loan and Broker Office, No. 4
Commercial street, will please re
deem the same or pay accrued in
terest thereou within thirty days
from this date or tbey will be sold.
P. S.—Money loaned on nil kiuds
•f personal property. mrSOtf
Hughes's Russian Baths. Lo
cated No. 15 Main street, opposite
tbe Pico House. Gentlemen and
ladles attended to by persons of
their own sex.
Patent medicines at New York
prices at Helnzeman & Ellis's.
See tlie Concolodor in bis won
derful transmutation of colors at
the dyeing aud scouring establish
ment, No. 8 Aliso streel.
Pleasant rooms with board, 206
Spring street aplßUm
Largest assortment uf trusses iv
Southern California at Heinzemau
A Ellis's.
Buy your drugs and medicines at
Heinzemau & Ellin's.
The Traveler who Wisely Provides
Against tbe contingency of illness by
taking with him Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, has occasion to congratulate
himself on his foresight wbeu he sees
otben who have neglected to do bob" f
feriog from some one of tbe maladies for
whloh it Is a remedy und preventive.
Among tbese are fever and ague, bilious*
nets, constipation and rheumatism, dis
eases ol ten attendant upoa acbange ol
climate and unwonted diet.
aTKor sal* hy vi l Druggists nnd Deal
era generally.
PONY SALOON,
NO. 13*1 MAIN - BTRKKT.
Cftrl H. F. Wohwouiij
[Better known as Don Carlos,]
Late bar-keeper ot tho Post Kxchange,
has purchased the above well-known sa
loon, whloh bo has tboroutilily redttrHl,
•arWINKH, LIQUORS, ALE, UK Kit
AND CIGARS ot tbe best quality to bo
'found In tbe market always on hand,
A cordial Invitation Is extended (o bis
Old friends and ths public to give bim a
•all.
JttFßagatelle Table for Pastime.
a26tf
ICE!
The Los Angeles Ice Company having
i eduoed the price of Ice to
One Cent per Pound
Permanently, aro ready to serve all fam
ilies with fivo poubds for live ceutu per
slay during tiio summer. Jce for sale ar
PEEUrtH *ft FlROM's, No. 2L Sprinx St.,
where orders will be received myZ7tl
REMOVED.
MADAME LKCRoy ba. removed ber
Dressmaking and Uutirlck Pattern Ea
tabllshment to No iStf MAIN sr..
n»«tto Mcnanald Block. Jel-lm
OOARCI OOQDB-Books, Photos.
, B «n. uample Catalogue 8 cti. Pari*
J»eok|3o,, Chioago, 111.
$oss QnpU#
THURSDAY JUNE2S. 1881.
Herald Steam Printiny House.
ihe Herald H'onm Printing House is
SOI surpassed by any .lob Printing offloe
'ii ihe Paolflfl Coast, outside of San Fran*
isco, in facilities for doing Job work,
ow price.-., good work and expodltion
i ay be relied npou at tills office,
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division oi Telegrams and Reports for
the benetltoi Commerco aud Agriculture
Report of observations tnbeu nt I,os An
tales, Oal,, June 22, 1881
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Mnximum Thermometer, 80.0
Minimum «' 610
LOCAL BREVITIES.
We are indebted to Mr. J. A.
Hatbwell for a Bupply of wedding
cake.
Second performance of "Our
Girls" at Turnvereiu Hall this
evening.
The schooner Sierra has arrived
at Wllmingtou with a cargo of ma
terial to build a hotel and sailor
boarding house.
The Adveutists begin a series of
meetings to-night at tbeir tout,
which they have moved to First
and Alameda streets.
Tbe Under of a rusty Eugiith
bulldog pistol, lost iv tho business
portion of the oity, yesterday, will
receive a suitable reward on return
ing it to tbe Herald office.
Mr. G. A. Dobinson has received
the appointment of Commissioner
of Deeds for Los Augeles county
for the Stale of New York from
Governor Cornell of that State.
Tlie excursion from the East un
der the auspices of Dr. Wright,
oxcuision agent of the American
Colony, is expected to arrive in
j f.os Augeles this evening via tbe
] Southern route.
Sailed from Wilmington, Juue
20th, schooner Aurora, Birkbolm,
! master, iv ballast, for Novo river;
Juue -Ist, British ship Scottish
Minstrel, Mcßride, master, in bal
last, for Han Francisco.
Mr. Wm. Stiles during bla recent
visit to tlie northern part of tbe
Btate purchased five thoroughbred
Jersey oows, a bull of the same
breed aud a Durham cow, whioh
be has brought lo Los Augeles.
Harry Viokers, v teu year old
lad, left borne ou the Bth instant,
and lias not been heard of since by
his anxious father. The buy is de
scribed as large for Ills age, wilb
light hair and blue eyeo and bad
on an Iron gray suit of clothes.
Tbo closing exercises of Miss
Thomas's Kindergarten will be
beld in the Presby ten..i> Chinch, uu
Fnrt street, next. Friday afternoon,
beginning at 2 o'clock. A email
admission fee will be charged.
Antonio Ooboa, committed for
naif-demeanor in tearing down
a water gato at Han Gabriel, inaiie
application before Judge Snpul
veda yesterday for a writ of habeas
corpus, which was denied. His
bail, however, was reducer! to $200.
Owing to the lateness of tbe hour
at which the reception and enter
tainment at tho University of
Southern California were concluded
last night the report of the exer
cises promised us failed to come to
baud. We shall make amends,
however, by giving a full report in
to-morrow's Herald.
In order that the general reader
may at once compreheud tbo vol
ume of the soli products—9o,ooo
lons—exported by railroad from
Los Augeles county lust year, as
appears by the statement published
elsewhere, we will state, that it
would require a train of 9000 cars,
52 miles iv length, (v move It ut
one time.
Mr. M. H. Kimball has returned
from Tombstone aud is payiug a
brief visit, to bis wife aud friends
in Ldb Augeles. By tbe way, this
is not the worse time of tbe year to
be temporarily absent from Ari
zona. Myron looks bronzed aud
hardy and not a whit the worse for
a pretty rough weather wear.
John Schneider, In our Now To-
Day, notifies his old friends and
customers that he has leased his
old quarters, the Champion corral,
•joruer of Aliso and Alameda
streets, where he is prepared to «.:•
commodate horses and other ani
mate with board by the day, week
or mouth on reasonable terms.
Tbere are loud complaints from
the visitors to Pasadena, on ac
count of the miserable condition of
Orange Grovo avenue. It is said
to be the roughest, most disagree
able aud dustiest road ot' any of the
attractive portions ot the couuty.
It is to be hoped this coudition of
things will uot be allowed tore
maiu so very much longer. It
would not certainly cost much—
comparatively—to keep the av
enue free from ruts and also lo
keep tbo dust down with water.
The Silver King mine has shut
down a few days peuding Inquiry
into tbe practice of hline workmen
who have been carrying oil'very
rich specimens of ore in small
quantities. In the aggregate a
large aud valuable lot of ore has
been abstracted this way, und tbe
managemtui I- del. i mined to cud
the peculut lon 11 docs njt require
many hundred pounds of native
silver to represent quite a sum of
money, uud It is estimated that
several tous of such ore have been
surreptitiously abstracted from tbe
mine.-— Tucson Citizen.
Tbe City Court was the scene of
a somewhat novel jury trial yes
terday. The charge was breach of
tbe peace, two offences, and the
opposing counsel agreed to go to
trial before a jury of two. Judge
Adams issued a venire for four Ju
rors, three of whom, on presenting
themselves, were challenged per
emptorily, leaving but one of tbe
original panol. Boforo n second
venire could bo made out, the
counsel agreed to abide by tbe de
cision of a jury of one. The case
was tried with all formality and
submitted to tbe jury—Mr. D. W.
Hudson—who, after-due delibera
tion, brought in a verdict of guilty.
The accused was thereupon lined
$12 for each offence.
Between 9 und 10 o'clock last
night J. N. Hmltb, known ns
"Poker" Smith, and < Daniel Wat
son got Into a dispute over a game
of cards in the saloon ut the corner
of Spring and First streets. Smith
aacused Watsou of stealing three
"bits," wheu the latter drew a
pocket knife und stabbed Jiim
twice, once in the abdomen and
once lv tbe baok. .Smith then
drew a revolver aud fired two
shots at Watson, all that were in
bis pistol, neither of which took ef
fect. Officer Kotler arrested both
men and Chief Gard, who was at
tracted by tbe pistol shots, coining
up, they were taken to the lock-up.
Dr. Haiiiiou examined Smith's
wounds and pronounced them tri
fling. The two belligerents will
have a hearing before City Justlee
Adams to-day.
The examination of Sam .Sing,
the Ohlnaman arretted on suspic
ion of having poisoned Mrs. Lucas,
of Soutii Santa Monica, w:ts con
cluded before (:ity Judge Adams
yesterday. No evidence having
been produced to show that the
Cliinauunn had put poison into* the
cake, the eating of winch is sup
posed to have caused Mrs, Lucas's
death, be was discharged, Ttie In
vestigation occupied about two
full days, during which Judge
Adama took down lifty-slx pages of
evidence. Had the law allowing
the employment of a stenographer
in such cases been sustained by tbo
Supreme Court, the examination
would have been completed, at tho
outside, in half a day ami at about
ont-balf the cost to tbe county, the
second day's attendance of witness
es costing more than double us
much as the tees of v siio. tband re
porter.
COURT REPORTS.
Superior Com ! HOWAUD, J.
Wednesday, June 22.
Pierre Ga-save vs Creditors—
Passed till tomorrow at 10 a. m.
Kstate of P. ('. MoKionle. de
ceased—Final account beard, ap
pro veil and allowed.
Estate of J. L Eddy, deceased—
Passed till Friday, Juue 2-1; h, at 10
A. jr.
BBPTSZiVBBA, J.
In re Antonio Oohoa—Petition
for habe.au corpus denied. Bail
reduced to $200.
MoLaln vs Taylor et al.—Tried
aud submitted.
People vs Francisco Ward—Plea
of not guilty entered.
SET FOB TO-DAY.
People vs A. Lippo.
Woman's Superiority.
I New Orleans Times. |
it was evidently some married
man who remarked: "A woman i-.
estrange being, and rhe more you
study her the more Interesting sits
appears." When a woman's feet
get cold she can liraw them up an I
sil on them until they become
warm. and no one is the wiser.
How she manages the movement
is Ihe mystery, bill nevertheless
she accomplishes i; with a quiet
grace whioh diaoounts the greatest
alelgbt-of-baud performance that
was ever Invented. This bit of in
formation will doubtless astonish
thousands of men who have fool*
ishly Imagined that they ooul I
read a woman like a book, but
what else can be expected when
conceit and Ignorance .-talk
through the laud? The idea tbat
man is superior to woman iv
everything is too absurd lo be en
tertained even a moment. A man
may practice lor yeais, uud yet lie
unable to catch v flea with tho
skill which distinguishes a woman.
He will get fleas in bis socks, and
when lie undertakes to capture
fin-in be clutches and slaps fran
tically, but when be opens bis
band there i 3 no game In sight,
and a sad, vacant stare settles on
his clammy countenance. Does a
woman proceed in this rude way to
destroy tbe oaruiveroua bisect?
No. She locates iiis exact position,
and suddenly her band dives down
like the swoop of au eagle, und the
next moment she Is calmly rub
bing tire life nut of a flea between
bur thumb uud Qoger, A woman
may not be able to wing a bird
with a sbolgUU, but when she fires
ut it flea there Is v funeral, aud yet
she never goes around challenging
other women to ti shooting matob.
Her modesty will not allow ber to
boast of ber deeds. Man is not and
never will tio equal to woman, iv
some respects, ami tills, we trust,
lias been clearly defined.
Slang Phrases.
)'• rlmpi Un other slang phrase
ever became so popular as "Wbali
never?"—at all events among those
whospeak English, says a writer
lv the Traveler. "Who struck
Billy Patterson?" "Do you hruise
your Data?" "Dou't give il away,"
ami others attained oooilderable
notoriety, but the Piualore "gag"
discounted them all put together.
Perhaps the funuieat, rendering of
It was attributed lo a'frlend of Johu
Stetson, the manager, upon whom
every new joke ot a theatrical char
acter is Immediately saddled
Somebody asked hiui whether
Stetson ever spelled an Euglish
word correctly In bis life. The
usual "What, never?" followed,
aud this sincere friend wound up
by sayiug, "No, by —, not eveu
hardly ever." It was tbu uamo
guutlemau who was in iSiotsou'a
company one morning When they
waited three bonis for a Metropoli
tan Elevated railroad lrain, uot
kuowiug that no trains ran ou that
Hue on Sunday. Noticing tbe ini
tials "M. E. H." on tbestatiou, the
friend asked Stetson what tbey
meaut. "Methodist Episcopal
railroad," promptly replied John.
It was Htetson who first approached
tiara Bernhardt with a view of
bringing ber to America. Uu
armed himself with a blank check
and au interpreter and sent up his
name. His interpreter gave him.
tbe message iv reply: "Aladaruni
selle can not be disturbed, eibe is
lv her room wltb sciatica." "Just
my luck," said Stetson, testily.
"Some Italian loafer always gets
ahead of me,"
Flour *
BJ-rlsy. Bran- Citlle. Corn. * »'III Farm Dri'd Grer-n Hogs. Hides. Hosey Horses V.y si>een Wleal Wine Wool Mi«rel- Totals, i
dy. Stuffs, rr'd'ct!. Fruit Fruit. ' ' ianeous. 1
Newuall 131.210 450 3,500 168,000 10,000 S BOll MMJM 820 3,751.530 8.071.7101
San Fernando 30o 0 )0 0, ;:,i0 42,5?0 2 5110 i«, 1 151 560 300 106 570 126,820 7,«54.100,
IrtS Angeles 9,074.660 131.200 1,330,0M 234,331 3,756,710 2,471 650 41,060 3,5)0,540 165,450 269,480 1:13,2:0 581,000 42,520 13>7 600 114*481 1 15b 2 208 (39 15 615,000 42,814.340
Florence 21,720 _ 90.420 _ 20.0)0' ' ' .'"*'"" 470 43,200 175,810 1
Compton 460.550 _ 381970 910 180,000 „ 2,:»jl> h'i> "Huii 10,460 3,745,210 i >
Wilmington 160 560 57,070 150 260 ... ' I SSjM 119,800 818.080 I
Park Station... 65 820 -.. - - j .... 65.S20 U
Cienega„„ — 44,150 „ „ „ I 44.150
Ballona 198,250 - 128.7IO - :!70.310 712,260 1
Banta Monica - - 51,160 140 40 000 1 117 890 74,020 318,210
Downey 51,080 2,151.810 2S9,9iO 42,840 947 900 ; * U ' ,AIU llS 75 100 ,V59 950 1
Norwalk 359,900 440,390 2,630 780,000 " iioLm Him ""ZZ'Z. 47 390 29,050 2,576,330
tat*. ._ 176740 _ _ .. _ 176,7101
Ananeim 131,430 68.020 53.020 „ 43,190 110 32.450 1,030 ' MM.OOO L39b,'440 '".533 630 134.93 1 3,788.840;
Santa Ana 390,990...—. 1,C(>2,000 409,530 121.5,0 21,600 123.180 1,880,0(0 110 15 510 42,100 2 120 000 1 420 7(9 iSO 257,210 7 105,230'
SanGabrie<._ OOO.OOO _. 103.920 1,155,030 210 28,940 !8,«00 36 010. '. 1 210*3 0 .......... 53,480 3,007,1601
Savannah 695,990 100,670 247,300 122 510 90 30,260 61,000 240 22,«00 89 260..... 133 480 145790 107,080 l,70D.69ol
Pnente 51,31" - 2,960 _ 20.000 1,710 21,750 99,760,
Monte 65.040 3.j 130 1,672,880 2,380 400 0 ' ' 101 940 2,2.0,370
Spadra 363 230 _ - 168,280 1,460 40 000 740 17,440 " " 20423W 50,310 855.300
Pomona 430,7uO 200,090 24,150 4,000 09,000 20,990 ._ «JM 182 690 146,890 180.3SO 1.276,630
Totals 13,264,520 601.100 2,645.500 4,535.8911 3 756 710 5 r W,laO 69 060 4.593. 100 4.3:«..ro 293 220 2a3.18fi 090.000 1IS.VJ0 11.534 830 8 658 550 3,875.120 21.151,620 90,977,590
I We may add that fully as many pounds of horses, cattle, thcep and hogs were driven out of the county on foot during tbe year as are enumerated 'a the above Statement — I]
Rifle Match.
In tlie return match between tbe
Turner Rifles, of this city, ami tho
Pasadena Rille Club, at the City
Gardens yesterday, the Turners
came off victorious by a score of
384 to 375. The Turners were rep
resented liy leu men, teu shots
each, distance 200 yards, tbe Pasa
dena Club by eight meu, tbe dif
ference being made up by tbe Cluh
taking tlie two Turners who made
tbe shortest strings. The follow
ing is the score:
TUBNKKS.
Kuhrts M
Jacohy 38
Hazard 43
Muhlstedt 30
Harris 41
Frohlluger 38
Moreoh 34
Maior , 39
Gollrner 37
Martin 42
Total.. 384
PASADENA CLUB.
Hal leek 36
Townsend 33
Baker 39
Watts 41
Gilchrist 41
Hale 41
Mark ham 41
Hoi brook 36
Dummy 34
do , 88
Total 378
Fashions in Women.
A Western paper seems to think
there are fashions iv women as well
as clothes. It says: "There are
thirty thousand unmarried women
lv Massachusetts. Why are these
women unmarried ? It is because
tbey are of a pattern which lias of
late years gone out of fashion. A
couple uf years ago there was in
traduced the plump Euglish style
of girl Tbe latter soon became
enormously popular, ami tbe bony
and spectacled maidens of Massa
chusetts became a drug in tbo mar
ket, It was still generally conced
ed that tbe Massachusetts girl
knew in.mo about Emerson's phi
losophy uud Alcotl's Orphic utter
ances than did ber plumper rival,
but the merits of the former were
ut> longer üble to awaken any en
thusiasm. Tbe Boston poetical
young man uo longer wrote son
uets expressing the emotions of bis
heart on hearing tbe bones of his
beloved rattle as alio ran to greet
bim at tlie gate, and the Boston
youth of fashion no longer pro
posed at public dinners tue once
familiar toast, "Beauty uud
Bones, 'in honor of the fair sex.
In fact, spare und angular girls
went entirely out of fashion, and
Massachusetts meu went outside
tbe bouudaries of New England
when they sought for wives."
Property Translers.
RIOIMKTEI) BY JUDSON, UILI.IiTTE
* UIBHON—JUNE 22, IHBI,
caNVKYANHKH.
De las Aquas Land Association to Chas
Alpers— Ktuui let IS and tuwn bluetts 1
and 2, Haucbo ttodso do las Aguus; 823t».
Chas Atpers to H liammel aad A H
Danker— Siamo; J2OOO.
11.1 MnUermott to Georpe Kercknoff—
Lot 17 In Vineyard tot E-5, Anaheim;
3:01)0.
City of Los Augeles to John H Girlllln —
Loton east side Lcs ( Angelas street ex
tension.
X n Jones to J A Perez—Lot 15, Mission
Ban Unbrlel; 811)0.
David b' flail and H Hamilton, trus*
tees, to J A Perez—dame lot; $2/1.25.
.1 (J Downey to Jo Bower—LOT a. bill fl,
J£ast Los Angeles; $90.
Ferdinand Uodde to J B Kapp—NW %
of U.TSB, It H W.
Five hundred dollars worth of
second-baud clothing wanted at
No. 8 Aliso street.
Second-baud clothing bought and
■old at No. 8 Aliso street.
We have been permitted to copy the following gratifying exhibit of the exports from LM Angeles county by railroad for the mar fro-n aat&lement orenarcd by Mr. C. i
F. Bmnrr, Agent of the Southern Pacifi- Kaitroad Company, at the ragout ol Mr. Eugene Meyer, Consular Agent of thei French rVeiVui Kie at Im; Aunto, lor trantonlsslon |
to the French government. F
Mr Euof.nk METIS, Consular Agent Republic of France, Los Angeles Cala : Lo3 Am.ei.hs, Cal., June 22,1881.
Dear Sir: I take pleasure in handing you herewith a detailed statement, showing tho osports ,'roru Los Anaeics coun'v durin» the vna- ISPO This in compliance with!
your verbal request. , Yours truly, = " ■ J " ' c. F. .SMUHR, Agent, j
i i i i i Kimir - ! i i 1 I i i : r : : : !
EXPORTS FROM LOS ANGELES COUNTY FOR THE YEAR 1880.
Free of Cost.
Dr. Kino's New Discovery
for Coosum|)tiorj, Coaebs and
Colds, Astbma, lironoliitla, etc., Is
irivei) away In trial linttles free of
oost to the afllieteii. If you have a
tevere oougb, cold, dlffioalty of
oreatliiii'sr, boarteoess or any ali'eo
tlon of tlie tbroat or luiirrn by all
means mve tills wonderful rented*
a trial. Aa you value your exis
tence you cannot afford te let this
opportunity pans. We coultl not af
ford, und would not i;lvo this rem
edy iwiiy unions wo knew it would
accomplish wbat we olalm for It,
fboueaode of liopeless coses have
already been completely cured ey
it, Tliero is no medicine In the
world tbat will cure one-half the
casta Unit Dr. Kino's .New Dis
covery will cure. For sule by
Heinzemau ft Kills, druggists, Loj
Angeles.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salvw in tbe world for
cuts, bruioes, aores, tiloero, salt
rbeum, fever sores, tetter, oliapped
liainjs, obilblaino, coriid. anil all
kiwis of skin eruptions. This
salve is guaranteed to isive perfect
satisfactieu ill every case or money
refundaC Prioe 25 cents per box.
For sale by Heinteman Ellis,
wholesale agents, Los Angeleo,
Go to Saxtoti it Co. who continue
to sell everything In the drtii; line
cheaper than ever. Prescriptions
carefully prepared, lib Main street,
Los Anyoles.
The host feeding bottle in the
world for sale by Heinzenian &
Elis.
NEW ADVEBTISEMENTB.
NEW YORK BREWERY
LAUTH & STECKER
(Bnooessois Heune) Proprleloia
Tbo ULUAK£iBT. PUBB&T and MO*l
tilllLLu AN'i' LAQBR 8888 Mouth of
aan Fnmcißco.
Orders for UKAUQfjtT or BQtTSUSM
Bi i.Jt promptly uttendod to.
ThM oelebrated Beer from I bis Brewery
defiesoohipetltlon in thaßtatS). mrt-tf
PHILADtLPHIA
BREWERY 1
I). MAHIjHTEDT, Proprietor.
The purest and mcHt delicious LAGBH
BttWt uianutacturod in Southern Call
rorni% orders lor Draught •or BoirJad
Boer filled on short notice.
OTJB BSSR 13 NONPA (ÜBtL. Jeltj |
Evergreen Laundry,
WASHING
Called f(>r and delivered to any part
ol the city, by
.1 gj.'FhlUlps, Adams I? .
Orders can be left at the book store o
Mr. Hani FToUirmn, Mnrlii2 Rt. OISI
Key West Cigar Store,
NO. 7SJ MAIN STREET,
LANPR\NO(> RLOOK
SIM ISAACS. : PROPRIETOR
Manufacturer of FINK CIOARS and
dealer In IMPORTED 010 AM uud
all lines ot Smokers* Articlen.
NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED,
turtilf
THOMAS FARRALL,
Late of Nan Francisco, has opened a
flrst-clußs
Merchant Tailoring
X -4T Alll,l (4H MI IN T,
AT 187 JfA IN STREET, Los Anifolos
He In a vraetlcsil tailor aud cutter of 15
years years oxoorieuce. He has cut In
he best houses East and iv Hun Francis
o. His torms are very reasonable.
■erOall and seehlin, uulOK
LAWYERS.
——
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN,
A. W. HUTTON. Dist. Atty.
SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON
Attorneyio at Law.
Ofßce-ROOMS Nos. 91 and 03, TEM
PLE BLOCK. mar 11-tf
J. Brousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. SO AND S7, BAKER BLOCK
nihStf
H. .11. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Once—ROOMS 7« AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOCK. mh2tf
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES,
Uruves & Chapman,
AttoriiD.r.x Jte Ooimaiel
lorsi at Law,
Room No. 0, Baker Block. relit
J.G.EASTMAN, A. J. KINO,
S. HALEY, JOHN UOBARTS.
Eastmui!, Haley, King &
Kobarts.
Attorneys at L,uw.
OKFiCK—Nos. 8,4,3 and 6. STRELITZ
BLOCK, Spring street, Los A ngeles.
Will practice iv the Supremo and ell
State Courts. Particular attention paid
to land aad mining cases. 01-lni
8. C. HUBPELL.
ATTORNEY AT'LAW, Rooms uuu4
Dueurumun's Block, corner Ma.n i
Commercial streets, Los eles. may7-tl
DESMONI^,
NOW READY, THE
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•as-All the leading shapes in SOFT and
STIFF FEI.T HATS,
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Education in the United fftSSSS.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOURTH ANNUAL FAIR
OF THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, AND
Grand Centennial Exposition and Celebration.
AT THE PAVILION, LOS ANGELES, CAL.,
Si'ptomlxT oth, Ooutiuuiuif six Day*.
The Board of Directors invite the hearty co-operation
of every citizen who is interested in the progress and wel
fare of Southern California to make exhibits, as well as at
tend the coming Exposition and Celebration.
From arrangements already consummated the Fourth
Exposition of the Society will be equal in variety and
magnitude in every particular, and in many departments
superior in point of interest to any former Exposition.
A special and interesting programme will be pre
sented each afternoon and evening.
FARE AND EXPRESS.
The Southern Pacific Railroad will issue Round
Trip Tickets from all stations to Los Angeles at greatly
reduced rates. The Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express will
carry all packages weighing twenty pounds, or less, in
tended for the Fair, free. The Society will pay the freight
on all exhibits, and deliver them at the pavilion free.
For full particulars and Premium Lists, address the
Secretary.
J. UkBARTH shorb,
President.
Geo. Rice, Secretary. Je2l
aTfL R I V £2 ID !
17 CASES OF BURT'S FINE MEN'S SHOES
AT THEIR AGENCY,
The Queen Shoe Store.
Sfc2¥*Now is your time to select from these Justly celebrated shoes, ope
equaled for Style, Quality aud Wear, your size, while tbe assortment i
complete.
The Very Latest Ladies' and Genta' Summer
wtylow Open, for Inspection
AT 104 MAIN STREET.
_ je4-ltu
GOOD NEWS FOR ALL !
A Sweeping Reduction in Boots and Shoes at
-A.. JS- MoDonald's.
Si<a;-ii ol' Lite Big- ft
Keel Boot, fS^^i^i^^W^^^
34 SPRING ST. W ;
Come One ! Come All! E=^B^^-"
Am I >liiwt Make Room, lor the Immensse Stock
Now from the Kusr.
B®"Everybody knows that A. 8. MoDONALD keeps the best stock
of ladies', gentlemen's, niisseb' and children's BOOTS and SHOES in
Southern California. Call and examine tbe stock. m2l-lm
T\ A TTTO SEWING"
V sXSSmachines
BEST 1> TBE WORLD.
PERMANENT BRANCH; 148 MAIN ST.
om JOHN BURNS, Agent.
LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY
CHEESEBROUGH & DREYER. PROPRIETORS. ,
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS,
MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY,
AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES & SNUFF
At N0.39 Spring et.. opposite Court House. »i
THE HERALD
fiTJTIDJk.III
PRINTING
HOUSE
Has facilities for doing JOB
WORKnotequaledin South
ern California. Power and
Job Presses run by steam se
cure promptness and moder
ate prices. Give this office
a call and secure work at San
Francisco Prices and of a Sap
Francisco finish and style.
WASHINGTON GARDENS.
Mr. P, LOHKA.IT has made arrange
ments with Mr.l*. V. Waldreu which
eunhlo him to aunonuce that.every Hun
day, beginning with Sunday, April 17iu,
he will give Hloiglit»ol-Haua perform
ance)* at ibis popular resort. Iv addition
(here will ho foot-ruces, a shooting cal
ory uud other ways of amusing the pub
ic. Anew programme every Sunday.
Professor Kalmbaoh, Musical Director.
Admission—Growu persons, 25c.; chil
dren. iOc.
Bad characters excluded. ap7>lm
NEW METHOD
OK TEACHING VOCAL AND INSTRU
MENTAL MUSIC.
MRS. A. il. GREEN anuounoea tbat
fibe 1. prep.rad to tnfltruot stiver,ll ola.se.
in vocal and Instrumental musto by an
entirely new system. Batlslactlon guar
anteed. Apply at Cosmopolitan Hotel.
HMW
Santa Monica Pavilion,
fiCKERT & BRIGHT, Proprietors.
This favorite Biimmor Resort will be
DponedNtSXT SUNDAY.
Best brands of wines, liquors, ales, beer
and cigars always on band. Hot and
cold lunches, shooting gallery, bowling
alley aud other amusements attached to
the PavMlou. Visitors should not tall to
give theni a call. apl2t&
OFFICE OF THK SOUTHERN PA-)
CIKIC RAILROAD COMPANY, {
Wan Francisco, June 14th, 1831.)
Tbo Annual Meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the above-named Company, lor
the election of seven Directors for the en
duing year and for the transaction of
such other business as may be brought
before the meeting, will be held at lb»
oltlce of tne Company on WEDNESDAY,
July 13th proximo, at 10 o'clock a. m.
JltJtd J. L. WTLLCUTT,
Secretary.
MONTANA MEAT MARKET.
THK PIONEER MARKET of tbla cl
144 MAIN ST., NEAR FIRST.
Keeps oa band the best Beer, Veal,
Pork, Mutton, Halt Meats and all kinds
of Haussces. Meat.» dollvereil to all parts
of the city. A.FRANCK.
mrl-tfm Proprietor.
-T. W. I>UBTIV,
WHOLESALE
Commission Merchant,
No. b Arcadia Block.
Los Augeles Mt., : : Los Angeles, Oa I.
•VDealer In HAY and GRAIN and tbe
prodtioe of Houtbern California gener
ally. »r.Shipments by rail n specialty.
Jel7tf
JIOOUES HEHEDY
A SURE CURE.
It kills pain, Itehlng and Inflammation
at once. TRY IT. For aale by-all drug
glats. Price, 115 cts. a box. myS-'Sni-ls
MONEY TO LOAN
On rail estate security at low rates and
aocommission obuged. Address Po.
Box til. city. «9

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