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FRIDAY JULY 1. 1881.
Herald Steam Printing House.
Tbe facilities at the iikuai.ii swam
Printing House for doing Job work are not
surpassed In California outside of San
Frauoisoo and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to as will be executed with neat
ness and dl.patoh at the lowest living
rates.
■■■CIAS. BOTIOB.
Hereafter notices oX companies, socie
ties, ohurohes, etc., will only be Inserted
In the HiBALe as paid advertiiementa.
We reserve, tor Places or Worship, a grat
is directory, whioh will appear every
Bandar moraine.
THE absorbing matter of inquiry
to-day throughout tbe whole in
terior of California Is as to whether
or Bo there is to be a general elec
tion this Fall, in addition to tbat
which la certain to come ofT In tbe
Olty and county of San Francisco.
Should there prove to be such an
•laetion tbe campaign will be
•hort, sharp aud decisive.
Wj are glad to note that tbe pro
gressive and go-ahead members of
Confldenoe Engine Company re
sponded to the initiative lo tbe
Hsbald leader yesterday, and tbat
we are to have a genuine old fash
ioned Fourth of July celebration.
It would' bare been unpardonable
If Los Angeles, of all Southern Cal
ifornia communities, bad been
•Job* remiss in this patriotic and
deoeot observance of tbe national
holiday.
I* about from three to live
■nonths from date it will be in or
ator lo send another expedition
•Iter tbe Rodgers; and, as time
progresses, this thing will go on ad
infinitum, tbe Jeanoelle fading
Into dim adumbra. Tbe Rodgers
fallows will undoubtedly get them
eelves congealed, aod tbe human
►ttarian instincts of tbe people will
•all for fresh sacrifices in tbe sc
aalled Interests of soienos. There
baa been much invective In ike
Caucasian press and pulpit about
Ike oar of Juggernaut and tbe cus
tom of tbe Suttee. Expeditions to
Us* Koith Pole are tbe special
weakness of tbe civilized nations
and tbey ere about as destructive
as tbe ottaer barbaiities. It is to
be hoped tbat tbe next expedition
EjLj «e*ass* '"ayes for tbe Poiar rsgions
a amended by James Gor
don ,It himself. If he could
tats -long with bim Frank P.xley,
Geo;. .? Frauds Train, Private Dal
leli, Pbllosonher Pickett and the
new Tichborne cialmaot, this ex
pedition would beproductive of un
mixed good to tbe bumao race. j
It may safely be said tbat, never
la tbe history of American politics,
waaeucb an incident developed ss
tbat revealed by tbe Republican
Stat* Senator Straban, In ibe New
York Legislature. Tbat gentleman
roes in bis place and read a tele
gram sent to bim from Washing
ton by John J. Davenport request
ing a meeting at a late bout tbat
night, on tbe arrival of tbe Wash
tnglua- ttajo at New Yoik City.
Senator Straban met Davenport,
• pursuant to the telegram, and was
told by him tbat the President bad
authorized him to tender to tbe
How York Senator tbe Marshalsbip
ot the Southern District of New
York on eonditlon tbat be would
vote against Conkling aod Piatt.
Senator Straban reiterated these
fasts before tbe Investigating Com
mittee and Davenport substantially
admitted them. Garfield has not
yet been beard from on tbe matter,
although at least ten days have
slnee elapsed, J his is a shameless
Incident of the prostitution of pat
ronage aod power wbick would call
bfjSt* the impeachment of General
Qnrfleld, As If this were not
h Infamy enoogb, the President
- gj,' the United States, who is
tsppotsd to be above partisan
I polities, In reply to a delegation
I from the straigliicut Virginia R3
--| publloans, said that he w»> favor
•f anything to defei /umoti
& enemy, meaning U ■ locratic
party, Certainly * /■•J.-i/tiug
opoo times peou'iar'i of Joint
Whan tbe President ' offloe is
. ' prostituted to such a, / and such
I declarations.
.Tnil are some besotted Repub-
which are under
taking to abuse the Democratic
party simply beoauss Republican
folly and contentions left tbe New
York Legislature, for one day,
Without a quorum, thus vitiating
nay possible election of Ualted
States Senators by that body. The
Sao Francisco Jltu, wbiob Is gen
erally fair, states tbe question
thus:
Tbs dead-look at Albany bas at
last been the oause of an occurrence
which will doubtless indefinitely
postpone any reorganisation of the
Senate by tbe Republicans. Mad a
' caucus been promptly held, two R,
■mpablloan Senators woulit loog since
Wists been obosen. As it is, uiem
f bora bavegrown tired aod "paired,"
L the result being that on Saturday
| there were present in tbe joint
i •onvontion less than a quorum of
I the full membership of one of the
L Houses. Tbe law requires tbat
L there shall be suoh a quorum and
f that tbe 000 vein ion sLall take at
loaet one vote each day. It Is
i hardly to be expected that the
majority in tbe Senate
Bill tail to take advantage of tbls
■bntaality. If the present Legls
m Qkeoeas Senators it will bs
claimed that Saturday's alleged
Isok of a quorum Invalidated tbe
election and tbrew the whole mat
ter over to the next Legislature.
True, tbe presiding offloer decided
there was a quorum; but tbe Sen
ate will find in tbe question a
plausible excuse for keeping out
the applicants, or at least a long
drawn out Inquiry. This Is tbe first
result of tbe foolish quarrel.
Notwithstanding an occurrence
wbiob Is purely referable to Repub
lican (oily, aud wbiob is not a plaus
ible excuse but aclear prescription
of tbe law, Republican newspapers
are beginning to oarp In advance
at tbe probable and Just aotlon of
tbe Senate of the United States.
Tbat body would do well to refuse
admission to two bribe-stained ad
ministration Senators, should their
election at last be oarrled tbrougb
tbe New York Legislature, In view
of such an utter failure to comply
with tbe law of tbe United States
regulating the election of United
States Senators. Tbe faot is tbat
tbe Democratic party has aoted
with singular delicaoy and magna
nimity all througb this crisis.
Though the resignation of Conk
ling aud Piatt left them In an un
questioned majority in the United
States senate, with the coiol
lary ability to organise tbat
body, '.hey disdained to avail them
selves of this perfectly constitu
tional opportunity to oapture tbe
Senate, Instead, they adjourned.
There are some Republicans, so
possessed of an'adder partisan big
otry, as not to be able to discern
tbe splendid aspect of tbls knight
ly and generous abnegation of a
partisan opportunity. Ou the otber
band, all Republicans are not
blind, and this Demooratlo moder
ation will not be without its efleets.
TBAT clever Illustrated paper
Fuck is entering Into the business
of politl I cartoons with unusual
sprigbtllness and grace. We are
inolined to think that, In original
ity and variety of conception, if
notinnioety of execution, its ar
tists have distanced Nast for nearly
a year past. It Is a striking testi
mony to tbe importance of Conk-
Hug that nearly all its illustrations
are devoted to that eccentric but
masculine statesman. It is gener
ally recognized tbat It Is far better
to be roundly abused than to pass
utterly unnoticed, and In this re
speot Coukling has no reason to
oomplain. He ia getting it right
land left from all the pictorial Hei
[slans. Tbe artistio mercenaries
sharpen their peoc Is ,nd mix their
' pigments wiAb tbe acle view of
, oaakiog him ridloiiicus. It is need
less to aay that tbey are overdoirg
the thing, and that o nowclul re
action, specially favorable to Conk-
Hug, has set in. These witllnge of
j the pencil aud the color-box seem
to think that the adage "Give a
dog a bad name and kill him," ap
plies as well to men of intellect aud
generous and manly Impulses as to
tbe oanine iribe. There tbey are
mistaken. Tbey forget tbat there
is in human nature a strong and
graceful impulse which has a
keen regard for tbe under dog in
trie fight. The speolaole of Oar
field, armed with the whole power
of tbe administration, standing
over Coukling, and attempting to
beat him to the ground, repels tbe
Just and humane Instincts of man
and rallies friends te the eloquent
Oneida chief. It looks very much
as if Conkilng will fail of a re-elec
tion to the Senate of the United
Stale*; and it is a oertainty that, if
tbe issue goes over to tbe people,
two Democratic Senators will be
elected to succeed Conkling and
Piatt. In tbat event we should
not be surprised if Conkling were
elected to the House of Representa
tives where, on tbe Republican
side, he would be easily cbief. In
that event we should pity Qaifleld,
especially If he bas not been very
guarded in tbe course of bis
administration. Beeretary Win
Som is to-day hushing up some
very ugly thiigs la the Treasury
department. In addition, he has
taken upon himself to refund a
very large portion of the national
debt without aoy authority of Con
gress. Such a bad beginning will
doubtless be folinwe 1 by other arbi
trary and unlawful acts. Rosooe
Conkling, in tl • mure numerous
brancb or the natl-mal Legislature,
may yet be able to give Garfield
Doubts: Side by aide Iv a rural
cemetery near Boston are two
•craves with simple headstones, on
one of which is engraved tbe word
"Mother," aud on the other the
word "Father." On tbe former Is
a band pointing upward, but the
latter bears no suoh device. It ie
Impossible lo conceive a more deli
cate w y of Intimating that, while
the n otber has unquestionably
ascended, there Is some doubt as lo
the old man.— Washington Rapub
liean.
"I'll be everlastingly blamed and
butlered," said Mrs. Smiley this
morning, "if I baveu't gone and
made coffee without any coffee in
It." "Never mind, my dear," said
Icabod, with a smile, "lustead ol
getting me into hot water as usual,
ibis time you are trying to get tbe
but witter into me. I'll take it a*
a choke," and he vainly attempted
to worry a lllt'e of it down sweet
ened and milked, but gave It up,
and strolled out into the back yard
>- feed tbe chickens.—iV. H. Regit
ter.
The other way: "Do you sell Bi
bles and Testaments here?" In
quired an elderly lady of the gen
tlemanly olerk In a book store.
"Yes, ma'am. We have a flue va
riety. About wbat style would
you like ?" "I don't want any of
tbe old oues. I want a reversed
Testament." Evidently she thought
tbe whole business bad gone back
ward.— N. H. UtaUttr.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[Speclsl to the Hiisld by the Western
Union Telegraph Company. |
PACIFIC COAST.
OTOOK REPORT,
)AN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EX
OHANUB BOARD.
mokwino suasion.
But Francisco, June 80.
its Ophlr, «%, e>4, 585 a Nevada, UK,
•% im.nw
1900 Mexican. 1%, 1% 840 Overman, 1.70,
liU a i C, 6% 16V 1.70 "
270 BAB, 1154 UK 710 Justice. 1.10, 1.10
U3 lino,, 1.2U, 1.15, b 6, 1.10
1.20 MM Unmi . 12,
485 Savage,;: 9.,8 12%, U'i. 12%
'235 Con V,.,2 70.2.75 12%12%. 12K,
2*l I'hollar. 2.75, 2 BO 12,12),
ISO Potosl 8%, 8.20 1120 Alia. 4.4), , 45,
I7U BulllOD, 1.40, 1.15 4 411,4.86, 4 80
1.80, 1 25 50 Challenge. 1
200 Ha *, 895 4 250 Andes, 1.00 I 86
600 Pn>nt, 2.a0, 2 25, 180 Scorpion, 1.50,
2.20 1.40
140 J *n**l, 5% 2' Ward, 2%
100 Kentuok.2 50 100 Oooldeniat. 1.40
870 Hrlchar, 8.36, 8.80 170 Benton, 1.10,1.05
40 <ionfldeno». 4 155 Sleira, 1,40
40 Utah, 8%, Hi
OPEN BOARD —4 30 P. M.
Cbollar, 2 80 ■; Best A Belcher, 11Mb;
Noonday. Wo b; savage, 8 >6 b, 820 a;
Jacket, 6% b; Aita 4.80 a; Ophlr, 6Vi b 6%
a; clou iv Curry, 5% n, 6)4 a; Hale A Nor*
cro.s, 4 a: O-o, 9 c o, 95 ><; Sierra Nevad',
11% s; Belcher. 8(4 b, 820 a; Union. 11%
b,UV,a; California, 1 s; Mt-xteau, 8% g»j
overman. 170 s; Benton, 105 b, l.io a;
0h011ar,.% b, 2.80 a; Utxh, 8)4 b; nmwn
P01ni,2.25 <>; Wales, 1.60 hi Amies. 180 .-;
Justice. 1.05 b; Potosi, 3.20 a; Day, 1% b;
Don Virginia, 2.50 a; Albion, 8.90 a.
Paeeeonere Miinih aurt E«il.
Fresno, Cal., Juos SO.—The fol
lowing is tbe Hat of passengers for
Ibe Boulb aod East oo tbe train
whioh passed tbls place at 6 P. II.:
X M Adams and wife, San Fran
cisco; J W Reed and wife, Oakland;
O W Burton, San Gabriel; Mrs J
M Murpby, San Franolsoo; I Pu
laski, Los Angeles; F Perkins, Pet
alums; Mrs C H Dame and son,
Santa Ross; G N Tbeler, Alameda;
H Gibney, Tucson; W Miller,
Lower California; A J Lucas, Sao
Franolsoo; M A Davenport,
Phcooix; W A Halen, San Jose; C
F Fisber, Omaba.
UrU-KanwS not s> Candida,!*.
Ban Fbancisoo, June 30 —Sam
uel Williams, for many years ed
itor f>t tbe Bulletin of this oity,
died to-day.
The congregation of Mayor Kal
loob's cburoh has written blm a let
ter asking bim. not to be a candi
date for office, wbioh he auswered
by saying that be would not run
for office again.
4 null, Aaaeaard.
San Francisco, Jnoe 30.—Cali
fornia has levied an assessment of
thirty cents per share,
rue Ornauemtie Primaries—ase
ter,«< em.
Sam FbanCisoo, June 30th —At
the Democratic primary .leotioh
, \y tbe Yosecite or Fire Bri
• Pbai •• t beat lb.- Manhattan
or Hr-dy and Mannlx cohorts in
four out of five districts.
The Third or Irion Regimen',
N G. C , bas been officially mut
tered out; three oompauies remain
in a baitalion, however.
Seaseuesor Clareitee Urar Poel
|>,ia»rd.
Redwood City, June 30th.—The
senleuce of Clarence Gray was
postponed to day in the Superior
Court uutll July 28th to enable
counsel to prepare their bill of ex
ceptions and affidavits for a new
trial.
EASTERN.
Y-euiiner Paris' Drawaed.
New York, Jdne 80th —A yacht
parly of seTen, whion left here ou
Monday for tbe Sound, capsized on
Tuesday off Bridgeport. Five of
the pany were drowned—William
Sealey, H. M. Johnston, U. E. i d
dy, Wm. EJmoudion aud Fannie
Campbell. The squall which upset
them came like a flash of light
ning.
emiiiiina »> am.nr.
ALBANY, June 80 —Tbe vote for
Conkling'- successor: Potter 53,
C inkling 32, W heeler 42, Lapham
17, Rogers 4, Cornell 2
The Piatt vote: Depew 61, Ker
nan E 1, Piatt 28, Cornell 11, Wheel
er 1, Crowley 7. Adjourned.
% ladieied for H'lberr.
Albany, June 30ih — Tbe grand
jury has indicted A. D. Barber for
paying Mi, R. Phelps money for tbe
bribery of State officers. Barber
plead not guilty. Tbey also In
dicted Cbas A. Edwards fur receiv
ing from Jos Dickson $7000 lor tbe
bribery of State officers.
Sleep and Sleeplessness.
Dr. J. M. Granville, In his work
on this subject, says, with reier
enoe to tbe difficulty some persons
find In getting to sleep: "Habit
greatly helps tbe performance of
tbe Initial act, and tbe cultivation
of a habit of going to sleep in a
particular way, at a particular
time, will do more to procure regu
lar and healthy sleep than auy
otber artifice. Tbe formation of
tbe bablt Is, io fact, the oreatieu or
development of a speolal center, or
combination, in tbe nervous sys
tem, wblob will henceforward pro
duce sleep as a natural rythmical
process. If this were more genera
ly recognised, persons who suffer
from sleeplessness of theßort which
consists lo simply being 'unable 10
go to sleep,' would set themselves
resolutely 10 form such a habit. It
is necessary tbat tbe training
should be explicit and include at
tenlion to details. It is not very
important what a person does with
tbe intention of going to sleep, but
be should do precisely the same
thing, in the same way, at the
same time, and under as nearly as
possible ihe same conditions, night
after night fur a conaiderable peri
od, say tbree or four weeks at
least."
When come accounts of the dam
age done by tbe Missouri river,
during tbe late floods, was read by
William H. Vanderbilt, the otber
morning, In tbe presence of bis
family at breakfast, bis little son,
Cbauucey, exclaimed In childish
glee: "Oh, pappal wby don't you
buy tbat wonderful river?" "Be
still, foolish boy; wbat could Ido
witb tbe Missouri liver, give it to
ysu for a playtblog?" asked tbe
fond father, looking up from bis
steak. "No, darling papa; you
will need It alt wben you water
your next batch of stook."— Stock
Jf-wjssVs-Bsa./ssS) RjmtLmm
•w^sawwetswsarswsßjs I */'
The Queen of Huckleberry Hades
Old cirous goers may remember
when "Tbe Woman witb tbe Iron
Jaw" was tbe brigbt particular
star of Ihe arena, and wbo nightly
astounded thousands by ezbibitiug
the wonderful strength of her jaws.
It may also be remembered tbat
tbe Iron-jawed woman very sud
denly disappeared one season, all
trace of her being lost. A few days
ago a newspaperman was traveling
in St. Joseph couuty, Indiana, and
stopped at the little town of WalU
ertou. It was Suodey, and most of
tbe population bad gone lo a picnic
at "Huckleberry Hill." This place
is a large island looated Iv tbe en
ter of a marsh, aud where about 700
persons live, picking huckleberries
in tbe autumn aud living in bole
terous rlotness during the remain
der of tbe year. It Is tbe great hid
ing plaoe of murderers, robbers,,
iruin-wreckers aud outlaws who
have fled from the clutches of the
law for crimes committed in the
large cities. 'ihe journalist, In
company with the nberirJ, pro
ceeded lo visit tbe plate lor curios
ity's sake. Great was the journal
ist's surprise lo And the iron jawed
woman in absolute control of the
wbole island and its luhabitaute.
She recoguized the repoiter und
oouversed witb him, but would not
state tier reasons lor leaving tbe
sawdust ring for "Huckleberry
Hell." "Here lam Queen," she
said, at the same time felling a
drunken rough to tbe ground who
had auiidenily brushed up ugaiust
ber. Ihe reporter noticed tbat
wherever she went all flghiiug
cea-ed, ail seemed to be all aid of
ber.
A Diamond Tester.
A correspondent tells of au amus
ing incideut tbat occurred on a
train that was crossing the Rooky
Mountains. A traveling peddler
undertook in the cars to sell a large
"diamond" ring to a miner who
bad made his pile. "Humph,"
said Ihe miner, after critically ex
aminlng ibe ring, "they've got
common stone up in tbe diggings
where I've been that'll cut tbat dia
mond all to pieces!" "If you'll find
a stone tbat will cut that diamond
I'll give It to you," replied the
peddler. "All right," said the,
miner, "if I oan't cut that diamond
with a stove I'll buy it of you."
Thereupon the miner took tbe ring
In his band and pulled from bis
vest pocket a small piece ol brown
looking stove similar to a bit of
dark freestone, exoept that the
grain was very fine, ond with this
he proceeded coolly to cut and
scratch the "diamond" with - sev
eral ugly looking gashes. A group
of passengers that had gathered
about the miner were enisled, but
while tbey em-dud the peddler witb
his "diamond withdrew discom
fited. "That little pieoe of hrowo
8!n"f," explained the miner, "is a
piece of corundum that f got in the
Rooky Mountains, and it's the best
■mood tester iv tbe world. It
won't scar a genuine diamond, but.
will everlastingly cut up pieoes of
gluts or quarlz."
Why Ostriches Eat Stones.
An ostrich's digestion is aided by
stones or petiblis, which the bird
puts into its stomach to grind tbe
food It has eaten. This habit is
brought out by the Following nar
rative, told in Forest and Stream,
of a visitor's experience while at
an ostrich farm iv South Afrioa:
The first familiarity one of them
ventures to take is to make a snap
at our neck., We give bim a slap
aod stand back. *
"Ob I he's only after your breast
pin," says tbe farmer; "I forgot to
teli you to keep your Jewelry out
or sight."
This Is easily removed, but the
inquisitive bird makes a peck at
tbe top button of my coat, and
when I find at last tbat he does not
seem to be very etroug in tbe heak,
aod tbat this is not his weapou 01
defense, I let bim continue the
operation.
If we ask why these birds have a
passion for buttons aud studs, aud
bright things generally, including
jack-knives, the farmer replies
that tbey are in the habit of eating
pebbles and stones to help diges
tion by Ihe trituration of their
food.
The harder the stone tbe better,
and it Is probable tbey associate
brlghtnsss witb hardness.
NEW TO-DAY.
1770 4th of July! lest
Confluence Eupe Co. No. 2
Have mad > all th" neoesssry arrangements
f>r a successful ce'ebra lav of th > Birtn
day of American Independence. The day
will be ushered in
AT SUNRISE
By the Clanging of Bells and a Nation*!
Salute from Fort Hill Cemetery ot IS
gnui, nnder command ot Walter MoQrath.
AT I I A. M. SHARP
There will be a
PARADE of the fire department
Assisted by many other Associations and
Trideg-fJnions.
AT 13 M.
The Prooession will halt in front of Tem
ple Block, where there will be a stand
erected. The exeroises will list of so
Orsd ,n by BTKPHEN M. WHITE, kSQ ,
and tue reading i f tbe Declaration of lu
dopei d-nca by GEO. B. PaTI'ON. E-<Q ,
after which tbe parade will bs dismissed.
AT SUNSET
Another talnte. At 8 o'clock st night a
Grand Display of Fireworks.
The wind up will lo the
GRAND CALICO BALL
At the PAVILION.
All societies desiring to participate will
mite known tbe fact at once t j
hOBEhT fcCKBRT,
Foreman of Confidence Engine Co. No. 2.
.T UBT HECEIVED,
Direct, from England, a splendid assort
ment of Rogers * Sons*
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
Also for sale,
«M» ASSORTED ARTICLES. J
0. duoommdnJß^
WANTS- LOST—FOUND.
Situation Wanted.
By a man and wife; tbe man as bar
tender, steward or waiter, or to work on
a ranob; tbe who as cook or house
keeper. Address B. S , Herald office.
J e3O-81 ■
Wanted.
A GOOD GIRL to do general house
work for a Rttiall family; referenoe. re
quired. Enquire at G. B. GRISKIN'S,
corner of Walnut street and Downey av
enue, East l.oa Angeles. J3O-3t
Situation Wanted.
By a competent womaH, tn do cbarrr
ber-wnrk and heip with ohtldren or gen
eral housework, wit hout washing.
PI ease call al corner Hill aud Elffbtb
stree s. >t
Seamstress.
A seamstress, who understands dress
making, wishes & hituatiou tn a private
lami-y; woul-i be willing- to assist m the
»s«ist In housework,
r-letue cult at No. CO HIU street. 129-8 L
Situation Wanted.
Byacompetent wom-m, as ohnmber
mald. Inquire at L m Angeles Inflrtnary
—bister*' Hospital. Jeal-.w
FOUND!
A placewh»rea fine ouo of cnTEE
or POT Of TEA, with NICE LUNCH,
can be Lai for ten cents,
AT SMITH'S,
No a TEMPLB ST. mW.tl
FOR SALE —FOR RENT.
FOR SALE.
HOUSE AND LOT ON MAIN ST., be
tween First an 1 Saionrt, 76x800 ft., front
ing on Main and New Los Angeles
streets,with all kinds of bearlnv fruit
trees. Th-re Is room enough to build a
factory or l heater on Main Btreet, as it is
In ihe heart of tbe cny. and pilvate
booses on New Los a nsel s street.
hSI-lm E. URivKNBaUM.
Mules for Sale.
OVE PAIR OF YOUNG, WELL-BRO
KEN MULES, witb guarantee. Enqut'S
of ABBOI' KINNEY, San uabrlel. JiVlw
FOR RENT. ~
A bouseof eleht rooms, with all mod
ern Improvement., on Temple, opposite
Hilt street; rent (30 per month En
quire at tbe Progress store, No. 120 Main
street, or on the premises. Jeal-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP.
MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker
Htll aveuue, near Second Btreet; con?
vnlent to Normal school and free from
du«t WM. D. STEPHENS,
Je9 2m Koom 86, Temple Block.
TO LET.
NEWLY FURNISHEDSunny Rooms,
at N<>. a Fißsr nTKEET, only a tew
steps from the Postotsce. mat-lm
FOB SALE.
SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES,
three and lour rooms; fine location;
splendid Investment.
O. WHITE,
myB*3m Room 49 Temple Block.
FURNISHED ROOMS,
Pleasant! y loca'ed and neatly furnished,
TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE,
Corner Kort and Franklin streets, one
blOOkfrom Post-office. d3ltf
FOR SALE.
A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF 80
ACRtTS; two artesian wells; orchard
and vlnevar lof 20 acres. Inquire of A.
W. HOTTS, County Clerk's offloe m25-lw
Kimball Mansion,
NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal.
etsrSPAOlous P vttLORS.Flne Suite,,
and Large Htngle Sunny Rooms, contain
ing all modern conveniences.
SWT HE table supplied with the best
th.- market affords.
Mmi Mas. M. H. KIMBALL.Prop.
GRAND CHARITY
CALICO BALL
IN AID OF THE
Ladies' Benevolent
SOCIETY.
AT THE PAVILION,
Montlay Ev'ng,
July 4 th..
KXBCUTITa COStSITTKE.
Mrs. C. Dnoommun. Mrs. M. Kremer,
Mrs, H.Hasard.
. BEOIPrIO2r COMMUTES.
Hon. J. R. Toberman, Lf.-Gov. Mam-
Held, Counollmen K. F. Kpence, R. L.
Bauoliet, J. O. Bower, J. Rutins J. Mas
carel, M. Teed, w. QepUaid, E K. Ureon,
O. H. Bliss, B Chandler, B Cobn, W.».
Mo >ra. I. I' M oan, J. U. -clion ild; Dr.
J Kurls. Mr. I. W Hello.an, Mr. O, E.
Brown, tlov. J. G- Downey. J. J. Ayers,
Pb. Hlrschfelil, J 1). Lynch, I.o» Anas
les: Ira CQan'ller, Santa Ana: bid. Dun
ham. Anaheim; Gen. Banning, Wil
mington; M *peyer. Norwaik: J. Loew,
Downey;S. X Bewail, Sin Gabriel.
KLOOK MtKAOltlt.
Mr, Max Meybf-rg.
FI.OOB COMMtTI Eb.
J 0. Kays. A. M. Lawrence, J Lanker
sblm, S. Dewey. G. A, Jorres, Max Cobn,
K. Kcsert, obn Bloesser. F.B. oraham,
Ely Levy, Hugh Vail. O. E. Miles, H.
Sltgei, E. A. f reuss, M. Newmark.
TICKETS, admitting Gen
tleman and Ladles ftl.OO
JeHI-td
A. GtiRAWD
Fourth of July Ball!
— AT —
EL MONTE HOTEL,
MONDAY EVENING, JULY4TH, Hal.
No pains will besnsred to make tbls
tbe mo,i pleasant affair of tbe season.
The Hall baa been enlarged and there
will he ample room for all who attend.
Bosbardt's Band from Los Angeles will
furnish me best, of music.
A. ORAND 8TJI»I*KI»
Will be prepared, comprising all the
delicacies or tbe season.
TU'KKTS. ad muling gentle
man and lady ........8*3.50
■leai-td W. R. DODBON.
J. G. DeTurk,
FEED AND LIVERY STABLES,
Near corner or First and Fort streets.
aaV-Baggles. spring wagons and saddle
horses to hire.
Doable team and buggy,a day _ „,M.OO
Two horses and spring a day. age
Horse and baggy, per day „.__.„.__. g.60
Hall a day „..__. Lie
eSTtIATWFACTION GUARANTEED.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
GOLDEN RULE
Underwear and' Shirt
FACTORY,
H. I >uto <Sc Co.,
LOS AKQELEB ST., Near Oomnmolal,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Always on hand and made to order on
abort notice, at lowest oash prloes.
LADIES', GENTS' and CHILDREN'S
UNDERWEAR,
LADIES' WRAPPERS and DUSTERS,
GBNTS' OVERSHIRrs of EVERY
DESCRIPTION. Jll-lm
BRANCH OP THE PACIFICI
Ocean House,
Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica.
•arFlrst-Olass In Every Bespeot.*g9e
This popular boose having bsen thor
oughly renovated and tefltted. is open
tor :ha accommodation of the public
THE TABLE will be supplied witb all
be luxuries the market auords.
MRS. S. BAYLEY,
apSOtf Proprietress.
OPENING OF THE
Occidental Restaurant,
No. 116 Main St., Cardona Block.
Tbe table will be furnished with tbe
best that oan be procured In the market.
Regular meals, 25 ots.
BBf ICE-CREAM SALOON connected
with the restaurant.
mj4-lm CHAS. WENZEL, Prep'r.
Teutonia Hall,
NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING
Frohllnger & Mathleson,
PROPRIETORS.
asr WINES, LIQUORS, BEER, ALE
and CIGARS of tbe best brands.
eavLU-OHES of all kinds supplied
on short nolloe. febltf
LIVERY STABLE.
HORSES BO tRDED at JOHNSON'S
FEED STABLE, M ALISO ST., at $7
per month. Best of hay teed and good
•are taken. Also, stable room to rental
per month. myi7tr
HAIR GOODS.
MRS. K. SMITH, having been witb
Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Williams, will con
tinue business at their old place. Mrs.
Smith Is prepared to do all kinds of hair
work In tbe best and latest styles. Re
member the place, NO. «S SPRING ST.
m2B-tf
County Warrants, etc.
I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City
and Couuty Warrants, Judgments, and
all kinds of olalnls.
C. WHITE,
Attorney al Law.
ear Room 49 Temple Stock. nso-ly
NEW YORK BREWERY
LAUTH & STEOKER
(Mncoeesors lo Chris. Henne) Proprietors
The CLEAREST. PUREST and MOSI
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of
San Franolsoo.
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLE*
BEER promptly attended to.
Tbe celebrated Beer from this Brewery
denes competition in the State. mrft-tf
PHILADELPHIA
BREW E R V I
D. MAHLBTEDT, Proprietor.
Tbs purest and most delicious LAGEh
BEER manufactured In Southern Cali
fornia. Orders lor Draught or Bottled
Beer Ailed on short notloe.
OUR BEEP. IS NONPAREIL. JeltJ
Evergreen Laundry.
WASHING
Called for and delivered to any part
of the city, by
J J. Phillips, Adams r .
Orders oan be left at the book store o
Ur. Sam Hellman. Spring St. - olffi
Key West Cigar Store,
NO. 78J MAIN STREET,
LANFRANOO BLOCK
SIM IBAAO3. : I PROPRIETOR
Manufacturer of FINE CIGARS and
dealer in IMPORTED CIGARS and
all lines of Smokers' Articles.
NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED.
'/ mrOtf
THOMAS FARRALL,
Lata of San Franolsoo, has opened a
first-class
Merchant Tailoring
AT 197 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles
He is a practical tailor and cutter of 16
years years experience. He has out Id
he best bouses Bast and In Ban Pranols
o. His terms are very reasonable.
•voroall and see him. aolvtf
Christy & Wise,
AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS
And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for
the sale of Wool, Hides, Tallow.
Grain, Live Stook, etc.
Also, Wool Bags, Twine, Dips and all
Ranch Supplies furnished oustomers al
lowest rales.
007 FRONT ST., between Jackson and
Pacific. SAN FRANCISCO.
LOS ANGELES OFFICE,
fel-lm 1 ABO APIA BLOOK.
POISON OAK.
MOORE'S KLMEDY
A SUHS OURS.
It kills pain, itching gnd Inflammation
at onoe. TBI IT. For Isale by all drug,
gists. FrtessKet*. a»*W aayMaa-ls
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. §M
CITY OF PARig
17 & 19 Spring St.,
T_,OS ANGELES, OsuL.^
SEMI-ANNUAL \
CLEARANCE SALES
OUR E ZiSOk SI 5»
>. -jjaPfii
SpringlSummer Importations
——TO COMMENCE
MONDAY, : : : : JUNE 6th,
And Continue for Thirty Days,
1 j
During which time we will offer a number of
REAL BARGAINS!
Te wblon we sail the attention ot tbe publio:
Present Fanner
Prioe. Prioe.
100 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at BJc. per ward, 12^0
75 Pieces 4-4 French Lawns at „I2,ii " 20c
50 Pieces Linen Lawn at 860 " 37»0
100 Pieces White Marseille at B}!> " 12jo
200 Pieces 4-4 Drees Linen at „20i " 300
1(10 Pieces Figured Tas»o Linen at Bgo " 80oj
50 Pieces all-wool Black Momies at 25c " 60c"
50 Pieces all-wool Cashmere, comprising all the
New Summer (Shades, at 600 " 750
25 Pieoes 45 inches wide, all-wonl BmcK C »eh
mere at , 75c " $1.86
35 Pieces all-wool Biege, 44 iuohea wide*, at... 62g0 " $I.oo^
Mohairs, Buntings, Shoodas, Plaids, etc., i
AT THE feABIK |
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS !
500 New Style Hummer Skirts at...500. each Former price, $!• 00
250 Shetland Shawls at 75c. eacl Former price, tl 36
250 Shetland Shawls at Si 00 each Former price, tl 60
21)0 Ladles' Linen Ulsters at $2 00 each Former price, $8 60
150 Ladies' Cloth Uisters at $2 50 each Former price, $4 00
160 Ladles' Linen Circulars at $2 60 each Former price, $4 Oft
1000 DOZEN \
LADIES' THREE-BUTTON KID GLOVES
Reduced to 50c. per pair, ]
250 Summer Parasols at 40n Former prioe, 76*te.,
160 Silk Brooade Parasols ai .....$2 00 Former prlo-. $8 601
100 Silk Brooade, lived and lave trimmed, S3 60...... Former prior, $6 bOj
GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT.
100 Men's Blue Flannel Suit, at $ .7 50... Former prioe, $10 Ot
100 Men's Blue Flannel Suits at $10 00... Former prioe, $1100
76 Men's Blue Flaunel Suits at $12 00... Former prioe, SIS 00s
100 Men's Black D agonal Coals and Ye.-i-, $ 9 00... Former prioe, $12 00
60 Men's Black Diagonal Coats and Vents, $12 60... Former prioe, $16 00
200 Men'e Caselmere Bulls $ 9 '10...Former prioe, Sl2 00
160 Men's Caselmere Suite $In 00... Former price, SIS 60
100 Men's Caselmere Suits „ $11 00... Former prioe, $15 01!
100 Children's Linen Suits at SI 60 Former prioe, $2 60
76 Children's Liven Suits at.... $■> 00 Former price, $8 60
100 BoyV Liven Suits at $2 26 Former price, $100
Children's, Boy's and Youth's fcassi
mere Suits Reduced in the {
Same Proportion! y {
Same Sweeping Reductions^
HOUSEHOLD LINENS, EMBROIDERIES, LAol
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, ■
Gent's Furnishing Goods, 1
CASSIMERE AND STRAW HATS. J
LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES, ■
MEN'S and BOYS' BOOTS and SHO«
EUGENE METER & CO J
17U9 Spring St.,LosAng^

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