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TUESDAY JUNE 28. 1881 Herald Steam Frinting House. The facilities at the il tiui.u steam printing Houae for doing Job work are uot surpassed In California outside ot San Pranclaoo and Sacramento. All work en trusted to us will be executed wltb neat a*** aad dispatch at th* lowest living rate*. «_>k«:ial. aoTitiac. Hereafter notices of companies, aoole tl.a, ehnrobes, etc, will only be iuaerted In tbe HKKAi.n as paid advertlßomenta, W* r*»erve, tor Places of Worship, a grat ia directory, whloh will appear every Sunday morning. Mr. L. J. Rose, of the State Vit ioaltural Commission, has entrust ed to at, for distribution, a number of oopiee of the Bret annual report ef tbe board. This work Is full of invaluable information to the practical vineyardist, and we particularly request that only tbeee who are interested in tbe growth of the grape shall apply for copies. It makes a con siderable volume and tbe whole vineyard intereste of tbe State re ceive attention at the hands of the Commissioners. It Is in such de mand that it has already been found neoeuary to issue a second edltien. It new appeara tbat a test ques tion ac te whether tbe Supervisors of th* aaveral interior counties should aall elections ie about te he raiaad in Yele. The mode suggest ed ia tbe Hirald, ef a mandama* addreued by tha Superior Court te tha Beard of Supervisors will un denbttdly be adapted; and, on ap peal, the matter will reaoh tne Su preme Coart. Thus far two mem bers of that body hold opieiens which are opposed to any election la Baa Franolaoo or elsewhere. Tbece jaatieec are offset by Judge* MoKlnstry aud Rosa, wbo are on record In the teat case as against tho extenalen of tbe terms of any eonnty or elty and county officials. It ia desirable oa ali grounds tbat aa immediate judicial deliverance should be bad In the matter, as it wonld be embarrassing in tbe ex treme to all parties iv interest to have the issue sprung at tbe lust possible hoar. There is a daily gathering sen timent that the United Btatee i* upon tbe eve of tbe biggest pauio ever known In our history. Tbe prophetic feeling, "stand from un der," pervades multitudes of the most sagacious business men of the country. In the face of all tbe babble expansions aud unlimited watering* of railway aud other atooks, Jay Gould comes to the front with a proposition to Increase the capital stook ol tbe Union Pa elflo Railway te $100,000,000, and thue pay off tbe company's debt to tbe government. This cool propo sition Is based upon tbe faot tbat tbat company le now earning four teen per oent. upon its present cap ital stook, and that that would give aeven per oent. upon a doubled cap ital. There is never so much as a thought waited on the people who patronize these roads, and wbo are in equity entitled to have the rates of fare* and freights rsduoed one third. The statement that tbe aompany, after magnificently equipping Its road, 1* earning four teen per sent, net is a trumpet tangoed proclamation tbat its charges ought to be reduced at least thirds givWUn .T*pajnji_ two -10 th* itookbolders, and guarantee ing the government Its interest and loan. Instead of this just ao tion, we are treated to a villainous project to water etook. Such are atoek-Jobblng operations in tbls modern age. Onb of tbe anomalies of our later days I* tbe Inability or unwilling ness of New York to get up a World* Fair or Exhibition. After tbe brilliant Centennial Exposi tion at Philadelphia it was sup posed that the metropolis of the Doited State* would be on hsr mettle, and would aim lo surpass tbe eiU»rt of the big aud pretty vil lage which aligns tbe Schuylkill and Delaware. It was announced, with a great flourish of trumpets, that General Grant had been elect ad Chairman of the Committee abarged with maturing tbe .Man hattan display. After same weeks, Grant reelgnsd his trust and tbe Inquiry, ever since, has been as to whether Grant killed the projector whether it simply died of inani tion. Tbe New Yorkers, wltb com mendable good sense, declined to anrrendar tbeir euperb Park for the Fair. The mutilation of tbat apleudid pleasure ground would have been a orione of colossal pro portlona. Since tbe miscarriage of tha New York eobsme Boston has thrown bereelf into tbe breaoh and wa are likely, after all, to have an other national "shindig" of Cen tennial proportions, in wbieh mul titudes may assemble and make tbemeelve* tborongbly uncomfort able. New York may yet have reaaon to regret having turned up Mar metropolitan noie at a project of a oharaeter in whioh Parle, Loo elan, Vienna and other European capital* have taken an Intelligent aad profitable lateroet. Mr. B. Chandlxr, who ba* al ways given attsotion to bit orange grovo on tbe hills out Temple street, and who is also tending or ange trees on his plaoe on Boyle Heights, has ascertained one inter esting fact. In tbe last twenty month* he has only irrigated hi* bill orange trees twice, from a well. But, to supplement thi* scant Irri gation, be has cultivated tbe ground around these trees with great care and tioety, turning up tbe aoil repeatedly. On tbe other band, be ba* irrigated tbe trees about his Boyle Height* plaoe every two months. As a result, he flnde tbat the trees which reoeived little Irrigation but much cultiva tion have mad., a much greater growth than those which he plenti fully irrigated, though wltb a muoh less degree of cultivation. This is a lesson of practical expe rience which should not be neglect ed by those wbo are bringing or ange orchards forward. Cultiva tion counts for even more tban ir rigation, the loosened and clean ■oil giving ample chance for tbe outspreading roots and absorbing a great quantity of moiature from the atmosphere. Tbe late Col. B. D. Wilson used to assert that irri gation In excess of eighty gallons to the orange tree per annum was really injurious, and we are entire ly disposed to agree with bim, as a result of our personal observation of growing orchards. The Arizona papers, in referring to Governor Fremont, do not mince matters in tbe least, uor are they careful to keep their allusion* to that public functionary within the bounds of a strictly deferential courtesy. The last issue of the Preacott Miner is specially frank in tbe premises. It says: We do net believe Fremont at hsart has any great love for tbe ancient Pueblo by tbe Santa Cruz, but It is tbe railroad that bat so many allurements for the Path tinder, wbo oomes at long Inter vals and goes out on tbe next train. Arizona is deserving of a better fate. We ought to have a Gover nor who would come and live with bis subjects, and, with shoulder to the wheel, pull for tbe advancement of a young but promising country. A Governor wbo will not enter into small spsculatiens for personal ag grandizement would be desirable. A wide-awake, go-ahead man would suit. Worn-out politicians, classed as old fossils, are of no earthly use to a thrifty, vigorous oountry; and, above all, an honest man is wanted. We do not pro pose to stop with Lord Fremont, but we waut all the scheming of fice-holders, though they come from the ranks of tbe Nebraska pil grims, removed, and honorable men put in tbeir places. It is time to act. We do not believe there can be found iv this county ten men who would sign a petition for tiio retention of either tbe Gover nor or Secretary. We appeal to the press everywhere to take tbia subject dp and assist a suflsrlng public in ridding themselves of ob jectionable ssrvante. Gen. Gar fleid should oertainly oousult the interests of our Territory aud the feelings of our people In tbe selec tion of Territorial officials. Better no offlolals at ail than tbe present festering scabs. Scoot tbem out. There is a great deal of intelli gent and needed discussion, of late, as to the orange. Much interest Is taken in this subject at Anaheim, and an orcbardlst of tbat plaoe lately read n paper of great practi cal interest upon the right kind of culture. In concluding his enter taining treatment of tbe toplo, he confessed that the longer he had to do with the orange the less respect he had for abstract theories con cerning it. He expressed the be lief that there was a much Ices ex tent of country lv Southern Califor nia really adapted to tbe growth of the orange than is geuerally sup posed, and tbere we heartily agree adaptability of soil and sun" ! fo bring the orange to its perfect state. He also adopted tbe opinion of the Herald, so often expressed in these oolumns, that for tbe per feut orange— the orange of large size, brilliant color, thin skin and fruity flavor—there will always be iHusi enerative market. To sup pose that land can be ohosen hap hazard which will produce perfect oranges is a great mistake. In our individual experience of Los Auge les oounty we have always found ourselves confronted by tbe fact that the best orange produced bere ia tbe finest orange we have ever eaten anywhere, but tbe grada tions of merit are simply wonder ful. The time is not distant when Inferior orange trees will be plucked up by tbe roots, to make way for trees whioh will produce a fruit which will be as popular in tbe Mississippi valley as it has always been in California. i There ia latterly, In Arizona, great reatlveness and even indigna tion at the continuance of John Charles Fremont in the Guberna torial chair of tbat territory. The press of Arizona, or the majority of It, inoluding the most Influen tial journals, am in spasms of in dignation at the continued inflic tion upon thsni of tbat effete polit ical Old Mao of tbe Mountain. Tbere are rumors that some gentle man from Boston, wbo knows, pre sumably, about as much of Ari zona as be does of tbe Man in the Moon, will be sent out to govern Arizona. All tbe wbile, in tbe person of Coi James G. Howard, there le resident, alternately in Tombstone and the Bisbee District, in tbat territory, a lawyer of splen did abilities and acquirements, Republican in politics, wbo would All tbe offloe to the satisfaction of everybody. Col. Howard wonld make a splendid Governor of Ari zona, understanding, as he does, the wants of that section to the ut most minutice. A frontiersman himself, with an extent of frontier experlenoe seldom achieved by any one; with experiences of Texas, tbe famous and fatal expedition to Cnba, and, later, to Nicaragua, Cel. Howard would know how to deal with the "Cow-boy" and ether lawless nuisances, and to put the territory oa a plane of splendid de velopment. We hope that, when the administration, In its wisdom, aball recall John Charles, it will not replaoe bim by aa esthetic from Boston. What is needed in the Gubernatorial chair of tbe territory Is a genuine and unshrinking maj> of the frontier, like Col. Howard. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. [Special to the Hbbald y tbe We.tern Union Tetegraph a PACIFIC COAST. STOOK aUUPOItV, IAN PRANOOCO STOCK AMI) KS> OHAWUE BOARD. aoawrno **»sion. Sun Fnj_»ei*co, June 27. UtOOphlr, 7 Ml'uh.Bi 140 M*j*can, 11, UK Id) Bullion, 1.19,1.40 60 » AO, 6« monrmu, 1..5, »00 B A B, 12J_ 1.60 2t)Ua>«, 1.56, 1.40 »S0 Justice, 1. l.*M 8. Savage,l.tt 71* Uuion, ll«. 1% MM Oon v., 3.U, 8, 11!.. 11»«. 1 I s . S.Ot b 15 fit) Alta, 4, 4.01 10 Chollar, 2 S> .80 Aad*., 1.88, 2 200 HAN. 4.1 i 510 Scorpion, I.M, 170 Point, 2.18, 2.1* I.SO 109 Jacket, IK .4(0 Benton, 1.11, I.M 11* Kantuok. I SO 850 a Oat*. 2.80 180 aalebatr, 8.20 UO North Ea Utah, 448 8 Nevada, jlMi 81 W. (Oe 12«.1H*4, IIM OPEN BOARD —4.80 t>, M. tiould A curry, b, OVa a; Scorpio*, 1.60 b; Justice, 1 b; Benton, 1.10 a; Alta, 4.10 b; Mt Diablo, 8\ a; Sierra Nevada, ttt» b, 12', a; Belcber, 3.80 a; Becbtal, 1.80 b; Exchequer, 1.85 a; Union, 11*4 b, IIV. a; Alpha, 3.13 b; Utah, »t, b; Andes. 20a bi»Crown Point, 2.20 b: Bullion, I.X b; Wales, 1.69 k! Silver Hi 11,280 b; Hale A Norcros*, 4.08 b, 4.15 a; Overman, I.M b; Con Virginia, I b, 3.03 a; ophlr, GH b; Jacket, 6K b, b% a; Opbir, 6', b: Baohtel. 1.70 a. PHaaeiitcern Hontli nod X-».». Fresno, Cal., June 27.—The fol lowing is tbe list of passengers for the South and East on the train which passed this place at 5 p. m.: Rafael Bensome, N W Nagel, F 8 Kingswnod, Samuel Hegarty, Joha Grosby, Victor Laham, E M Walk er, G D Morse and wife, W 8 Ho bart, GCHigglns, A S Ferguson, Los Angeles; f) H Paddock, Chica go; G B Alasoii, Tombstone; J Baikgendersen, Kansas City. Toe ('rsucnala'! Cr«w Keened— ftlalp »»d l«rto a Total Loss. Ban Francisco, June 27.—Late this afternoon the tug returned from tbe Farallones, having on board the captain and crew of tbo Franconia. Tbe ship is rapidly breaking up and tbe cargo will be a total Lms. lusuranes on tbe cargo, effected In San Franeisoe, amounts to $110,405. SaeeimiE «i ibe Nitoriemt-n. Stockton, June 27.—Delegate* from tbe various sporting'organiza tione of tbe State met here at three o'clock this afternoon for the par pose of forming a new State Sportsmen's Association. The as semblage was called to order by W. R. Ficher, President of the Stock ton Gun Club. Fisher was elected temporary chairman. A perma nent organisation was eff>elsd, a* follows: Cliairman of the meeting, Park Heuabaw, of Chico; Secretary, J. P. Spooner, of Stockton. A eese mlttee to ilrnft Canst!totloa aad By-Laws was appointed, when the meeting adjourned till 8 P. M, ■ arcl-r and U.ibberp. Jackson, Amador county, Cel., June 27th.—About 3 o'clock Satur day morning, Ezra Degarmo was murdered in a Grass Valley raining claim near Voloano. He was watchman on tbe claim, bsiug armed with a shotgun. His body was found lying on the sluice box es, penetrated by two balls. Botb barrels of his gan were discharged. The robbers cleaned up soma sixty feet of the boxes, but how muob known. i'OQY uPJAt»ined is ua rested on suspicion. rira in lb* lebn.loDnl nine, Gkass Vallit, June 27th.—By a fire this afternoon In the Betas topol mine tbe works were entirely destroyed aud it is considered that the engine and boiler are ruined. The pumps In the shaft are lost for tbe prtsent aud tbe timbers ia ths incline burnt, wbloh will neces sitate tbe sinking of a new shaft before work oan be resumed. Tbe origin of tbe fire Is nuknown. Four men who were down the shaft made their escape through tbe drain tunnel. Lose $12,000. YerriJie a*nwder Eapiaaiaa at vae ■i.u-iisinnt« Sioe.eee. TocaoN, Jane 27th,—A terri lie ex plosion occurred here to-night. At 10:40 o'clock L. Zsckenderf <s Oo's powder honse blew up. The e*n cussion broke almost every window in town. The Oounty Hospital, west of the city, Is reported demel isbed. M. Katz's house took fire froaa the explosion of a lamp and ene child was badly burned. Damage from the powder exple eion will fully reach $100,000. former ranicHi,... «,r the Maple* ■ IOM. Tucson, June 27th.—L, Zeekea dorf & Co's powder bouse exploded to-night at 11 o'clock, containing two ear* of the Eeglish gun eetton teoite powder. A!me9t every glass in the town was broken and deors and windows bursted in. Crockery iv stores was demolished and many house* badly damaged. Leu not leis than $100,000. The concus sion broke a lamp iv M. Katz'a res idence, setting tbe house on Are, destroying most of the contents and nearly suffooatlng a child that was reoued from tbe flame* by 0. K. Wellington, who came near los ing his life la the reaeue. A ser vant girl was badly burned. Tbe explosion wae oaused by spontane ous oom bustion of the too i le powder, wbloh bas always been considers* dangerous here. T. Weliscb 4 Co. bad their entire front blown out, IA. D. Otis <fc Co's entire atoek of crockery and glaisware was demol ished and L. Gfoldamidt'a new stars wreaked and on* half-inch plate glass window broken to atoms. Soule's, Edwards's, Brown's and many other private residences were badly shattered. Tbe doors of the Pima County Bank, Sattord, Hud son «k Co's Bank and M. Kalz's hardware store were blown iv. Great excitement prevailed for a time. The Odd Fellows Hall was badly damaged. Dr. Handy, just returaed from the hospital, reports tha patients safe but tbe building rained. EASTERN. Tbe Pisa.y caae— Mara (JraoHriiii.e. WASHINGTON, Juno 27th.—The rumors tbat Pitney says tbat he will tell tbe grand jury all bs knows of the Treasury nm; are en tirely untrue. He would be a fool to do such a thing, as It would le sult In the Indiotmeot of hlnoself aud others. He evidently believes that be has beeu made the victim and talks as though others were deeper in tha ring than lie. There oertainly will be a Congressional Investigation of the mutter, Ku mor reports tbat Important reoorda of tha department relating to re funding and other business are oalsslng. Mure in ire tnal 8f«ll»tlMST. ALBANY, June 27th.—The vote for Conkling's xucoeasor: Potter 31, Conkllng 24, Wheeler 32, Cornell 2, Lapham b, Haakiu- 2, Roaeli 1, Crowley 1. . Beearidvote: Depew 31, Kernau 32, Piatt 21, Cornell 4, Crowley 5, Masking 3. Adjournal!. Tlie alln* i at Alblkay. ALBANY, Juue 27tli.—There ia a general impression that the emo tion of Senator will take place this week. Combinations are more talked of than heretofore by return ing legislators. Tiio Democrats are making tbe moat of the point that tbere was no !e<;al ballot on Satur day and that an election by this Legislature will therefore be vit iated. It is believed that some of the Conkliugites are In league with them. Ttio Republicans say if the Democrats attempt to adjouru the Assembly, it ia proof that I hey con sider the ballot valid. Tbe recent Pennsylvania electlou is ctted as rsfutiug tit is theory, (Sa.flt-1.l ueiar:,. to ty.iltlit.titii. Long Branch, June 27th.—The President and some of the Cabinet left for Washington to-day. They will return Friday. Gen. Grant passed ttio party on the way to New York. Toe Meareta t'»r r *l-wr ra»e Heap. Nuw York, Juno 27th.—A paper hero published this morning a re markable story of the search for the Stewart grave robbers. It cov ers the tracing oi' Miko Kelly to the west, the negotiations con ducted by ths thieves through General Patrick H. Jones with the representative ol Judge Hilton, embracing numerous interviews from whioh it appeared that sev eral prominent persons were con nected with tha ullorls lor its re covery, aud the travail of the body from New Jersey to au embalmere; thence to Montreal in the care of tbe "woman in black" and a year afterwards to a secret place of de posit near Mount Vernon, West- Chester Motility. Wrl.cn •■ mill ■•■■OS 4»u<. CHIOAao, June 27th— Griscom still holds out. Ho lost 14 pounds in one day anil 34} in the 81 days of his fast, He feels confident and hungry. V.aibiloK Hull.**, Co.oil. St. Louis, Juue 27th. —All the gambling houses in this oity have been closed under ths new law. FOREIGN. Tli*. Coras)!! trr. lo Einw London, June 27th.—It ia now oertain that Cornell will row at Henly. •Boms Or.ay. Berlin, June 27th.—Barou Mag nus bas become insane because he was recalled as Minister to Copen hagen for attending a banquet to Sarah Bernhardt, an intense anti- German. NEW TO-DAY. Mules for Halo. ONE PAIR OF YOUNG, WELL-BRO BTtIIN ICTJLBB. with iMTMtlli Knqul t* ol ABBOT KINNET, Man Uabrlel. jai-lw TO OOJN i BACTDRS. received for three Roeedale illstrlot, *or perftoiffaW'U, l ! ou J. R. MILLARD, at hta ahop, No. 6 •eaond afreet, Loa Aagelea. J. R. MILLARD, C. P. UARPKK, JgB-3L Trustees. Southern California Packing Company OP LOS AMUKI.ES, Preserve™ of Frnlta, Vegetables, Meats, Hooey, and Manufacturer, of Jams, Jellies, Marmalades, Pickles, Vinegar and aaaees. looarporated April a, Ml. CAPITAL STOCaT S»U,»00 A.H.JUDION Presidsßt. W. H. WORKMAN Vloe-Prealdent. J. M. BLLIOTT Seoretarr. J. K. SULLEN BECK Treasurer. 1>IR«0T0RS: W. H.Parry, w. T. atittrldge, W. R. Workman, J. M.aillolt, A. at. Jadaea. OfUoe and Faotoryt IIACT AND ALISO HTKBETB, ■ AST SIDE OP RIVER. This ceaapany la new ready te contraot for fruits and vegetables for tbe present asasoa. Tin OAKNIISO DEPARTMENT la un der tas auperlßtendeaoe of MR, J. J. UROOM, formerly counsotsd with and Saperlßtendantef thewoldea Hate and ftan rose Packing Companies, aud more recently Superintendent of tbe Sauta Bin bara Cannery, ThsALUBN PROCESS will be atartsd under tbe aapervlaion of K. UINOC CHiO, fortes years Hiiperlntendmt of tbe Alden Fagtori at Jackeon. Cal.jetwtf ICEF Pure Mountain Ice! My agents, during my abaense, baring threatened to tarn my customers over to the Loa Angeles Ice Company, 1 hereby notlly my customers tbat It aball not bs done, I have plenty of Ice on band and to arrive, and I DO MOT PKOFuaK TU Bk SOLD OUT. I will be on tbe ground personally on •r before tbs sot b. JsMtf J. F. SWSINET. WANTS- LOBT—FOUND. Situation Wanted. By a competent vfomau, aa chamber maid. Inquire at Les An_olos Infirmary —Sisters' Hospital. Je34-lw FOUND! A place where a tine cup ol COFFEE or POT OF TEA, with NICE LUNCH, can be had for ten cents, AT SMITH- S. No. a TEMPLE MT. mB».tl FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR RENT. A house of eight rooms, with all mod ern Improvements, on Temple, opposite Hill street; rent 830 per month. En quire at tbe Progress store, No. 120 Main street, or on the premlsee. Je2l-tf Furnished House Wanted. For three months by a small family without children, a furnlehed bouse cen trally located. Address,stating location and price per mouth, Box 279,P.0. Jl2-1W WANTED TO BUY. 100 HEAD OF HOR9E9 AND mares for livery and stage purposes, at NOKTHORAKT 4 CLARK'S Auotlon House, 42 and 44 Los Angeles Btreet. Stock must be 14)4 to 16 bands high, aud weigh from <M to 1100 pounds. J22-1W $3500.00. PARTNER WANTED in an estab lished business. Address L., Her.ild of fice. US-Sw FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT. on Bunker Hill avenue, near Second street; con venient to Normal school and free from dust. \VM. D. STEPHENS, Je9 Koom 85, Temple Block. TO LET. NEWLY FURNI9H*EDSunuy Rooms, at No. 5 FIRST STREET, only a few steps from tbe Postotflce. m2l-lm FOR SALE. SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; line location; splendid investment. v C. WHITE. uiy6-3in Room 40 Temple Blook. FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE. Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one block from Postofnce, d3ltf FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF 80 ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard and vineyard of 20 acreß. Inquire of A. W. HOTTS, County Clerk's office. m2S-lw Kimball Mansion. NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. earSPACIOUS PARLORS,Fine Suites, and Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. aurTHiS TABLE supplied with the best the market affords. fe22tf MRS. M. H. KIMBALL. Prop. GRAND CHARITY CALICO BALL. IN AID OF THE Ladies' Benevolent SOCIETY. AT THE PAVILION, Monday aKv'liig-, •July -4tli. BXICUTXVX COMMITTKK. Mrs, C. Ducoramun. Mrs. M. Krcmer, Mrs. H. Hazard. RECEPTION COMMXTTXB. Hon. J, R. Tobermau, Lt.-Qov." Maug fleld, Council men E. F. Spence, R. L. Bauobet, J. G. Bower, J, Kubrta. J. Mas carel, M. Teed, «. Ocpbard, E X, Green, O. H. Bliss, B. Chandler, B. Cohn, W. H. Moore, J. c. Moran, J. G. McDonald; Dr. J Kurtz, Mr. I. W. Kellrr.an, Mr. C, E. Brown, Gov. J. G. Dowuey, J. J. Ayers, Pb. Hlrscbfeld, .1. D. Lynch, Los Ange les; Ira CUandler, Santa Ana; Ed. Dun ham, Anaheim; Gen. Banning, Wil mington; M. speyer. Norwalk; J. Loew, Downey: 8. K. sewall, S.iu Gabriel. FI.OOK HANAGKII. Mr. Max Meyberg. Flooh committee. J. C. Kavs. A. M. Lawrence, .1. Lanker slilm.S. Dewey. G. A, Jorres,Max Cohn, K. Eckert, iohn Blnesser, F. S. Graham, Ely Levy, Hugh Vail, C. E. Miles, H. Slegel, E. A. freuss. M. Newmark. TICKETS, admitting Gen tleman and Ladles 81,00 J'L'l-td Jkv CsT li, y\. IST) Fourth of July Ball 1 — AT — EL MONTE HOTEL, MONDAY F.VENINW, JULY 4TH, 1881. No pains will be spared to make this the most pleasant affair of the reason. The Hall has been enlarged and tbere will be ample room for all who attend. Boshardt's Band from Los Angeles will furnish tbe best of music. -V GRAND BUPFKK Will be prepared, tomprlelog all the delicacies of the season. TICKETS, admtliluggentle man and lady ...............GO Je2l-td W. It. DODSON. NEW METHOD OF TEACHING VOCAL AND INSTRU MENTAL MUSIC. MR». A. M. URRKN nuuounces tbat nhe Is preparad to instruct several classes in vocal and instrumental music by an entirely new system. Satisfaction guar anteed. Apply at Cosmopolitan Hotel. JlfJ-lw MONTANA MEAT MARKET. THE PIONEER MARKET of this cl 144 MAIN ST., NEAR FIRBT. Keeps on hand the beat Beef, Veal, Pork, Mut ton, Salt Meats and all kinds of Sausages. Meata delivered to all nana of the oity. A. FRANCKT mrl-om Proprietor. POISON OAK* MOORE'S RLMEDT A SURE CURE. It kills pain, itching and Inflammation atones. TRY IT. For sale by an drug, fists. Prioe, 25 ots. a box. myjajm-ls NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GOLDEN RULE Underwear and Shirt FACTORY, li. Dato Ac Co,, LOB ANGELES ST., Near Oommarcial, Los Angeles, Cal. Always on hand and made to order on short notice, at loweat oaah prices. LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, LADIES' WRAPPERS and DUSTERS, GENTS' OVERSHIRTB of EVERY DESCRIPTION. JU-lm BRANCH OF THE PACIFIC! Ocean House, OCEAN AVENUE, SANTA MONIOA. aWFlrst-Class in Every Respeot.-va Tbla popular bouse having been thor oughly renovated and refitted, 1b open tor the accommodation of the public. THK table wil 1 be supplied with all he luxuries tbe market atlords. MRS. S. BAYLEY, apSOtr Proprietress. OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, No. 116 Main St., Cardoua Block. Tbe table will be furnished with the beat that can be procured In the market. Regular meals. 25 eta. b9- ICE-CREAM BALOON connected with the restaurant, nijl-lm CHAS. WENZEL, Prop'r. Teutonia Hall, NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING Frohllnger * Wlathleson, PROPRIETORS. aar WINES, LIQUORS, BEER, ALE and CIGARS of the beat brands. aarLUNCHES of all kinds supplied on abort notloe. 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, my!7tf HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having been wltb Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will con tinue business at their old place. Mrs. Smith 1b prepared to do all kinds of hair work in the best and latest styles. Re member the place, NO. 4181 SPRING ST. m2S-lm County Warrants, etc. I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City and Couuty Warrants, Judgments, and all kinds or claims. C. WHITE, Attorney at Law. aar Koom m Temple Block. n3O-ly LAND FOR SALE SOU ACRES of tbe beat fruit or agri cultural land at 810 per acre, north ofthe 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. m2B-lm-d&w NEW YORK BREWERY LAUTH &. STECKER (Snooeasois to Chris. Henne) Proprietors The CLEAUEBT, PUREST and MOST BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of San Franolaoo. Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLE* Bh.bß promptly attended to. , Tho oelebrated Beer from thu Brewery defies oompetltlon In the State. mrf-tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY! D. MAHLSTEDT, Proprietor. The pnreat and most delicious LAGKU BEER manufactured In Southern Cali fornia. Orders tor Draught or Bottled Beer filled on ahort notice. OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. ' Jeltj Evergreen Laundry, ■WASHING Called for and delivered to any part of the oity, by J J. Phillips, Adams H . Orders oan be left at the book store o Mr. Sara Hellman, Serins' ojbi Key West Cigar .Store, NO. 78J MAIN STREET, t.ANFRANOO BLOCK SIM ISAACS. I I PROPRIETOR Manufacturer of FINE CIGARS and dealer In IMPORTED CIGARS and all Hues of Smokers' Articles. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. mrStf THOMAS FARRALL. Lata of San Francisco, has opened a first-class Merchant Tailoring ESTABLISH MENT, AT IS7 MAIN STRERT, Los Angeles He la a praetloal tailor and cutter of 16 years years experience. He has cut In he best bouses Eaat and In San Francis o. Hie terms are very reasonable. asrCall and see him. nptStf Christy & Wise. AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the sale of Wool, Hldee, Tallow. Grain, Live Stook, etc. Alao, Wool Bags. Twins, Dips and all Ranoh Supplies furnished oustomers at lowest rates. •07 FRONT ST., between Jaakson and Pacific, SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES OFFICE, r»i-im i anoavma blook. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CITY OF PARIS 17 & 19 Spring St., LOS ANGELES, Ostl. < SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE I COMPRISING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Spring! Summer Importations TO COMMENCE MONDAY, : : : : JUNE 6th, And Continue for Thirty Days, During wbicli lime we w.ll ort'et a number of REAL BARGAINS! To which w» cull tbe attention of tue public: Present Farmer Price. Price. 100 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at BJc. per yard, lafyo 75 Piecea 4 4 French Lawns at. 12Jo 20c 50 Pieces Linen Lawn at 250 " S7te 100 Pieces White Marseille at Bic " 12* c 200 Pieces 4-4 Drees Linen at 20c " 300 100 Pieces Figured Taseo Linen at B}c " 20e 50 Piecea all-wool Black Momies at 25c " 500 50 Pieces all-wool Casbtnere, comprising all the New Summer Shades, at 50c " 75c 25 Pieces 45 inches wide, all-wool Binck Cash mere ut 75c " $1.85 35 Pieces all-wool Blege, 42 inches wide, ut 82ic " $LOO Mohairs, Buntings, Shoodas, Plaids, etc., AT THE isAME SWEEPING REDUCTIONS I 500 New Style Summer Skirts at...50c. each Former price, Si 00 250 Shetland Shawls at 760. each Former price, 91 35 250 Shetland shawl-at $1 00 each Former price, $1 50 200 Ladies' Linen Ulsters at $2 00 eaoh Former prioe, 13 60 160 Ladies' Cloth Ulsters at $2 50 each Former price, 94 00 160 Ladles' Linen Circulars at $2 50 each Former prlot, 94 00 1000 DOZEN LADIES' THREE-BUTTON KID GLOVES Reduced to 50c. per pair. 250 Summer Parasols at 40c Former prioe, 76ots. 150 Silk Brooade Parasols at 92 00 Former prioe, 93 50 100 Silk Brooade, lined and laoe trimmed, $3 60 Former prioe, 96 00 GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT. 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $ 7 50...Former price, 910 00 100 Men's Blue Flannel Suite at $10 00... Former price, $13 00 75 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $12 00...Former price, 916 00 100 Men'e Blaok Diagonal Coats and Vests, $ 9 00... Former prioe, 912 00 50 Men's Black Diagoual Coata and Vests, $12 50... Former prioe, 916 00 200 Men'e Casslrnere Suits $ 9 00...Former price, 912 00 150 Men'e Casslrnere Suits $10 00...Former price, $13 60 100 Men's Ca9simere Suits $11 00... Former prioe, 915 00 100 children's Linen Suits at $1 50 Former price, $2 s*o 75 Children's Linen Suits at 92 00 Former prioe, 93 60 100 Boys' Linen Suits at $2 26 Former price, 94 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, OASSIMERE AND STRAW HATS. LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES, MEN'S and BOYS' BOOTS and SHOES. EUGENE METER & CO, 17119 Spring St., Los Angeles