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Published every morning, except Monday, hy JOSEPH D. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, hy mail or express $10.00 Six months, by mail or oxpress 5.00 Throe months 2.50 Delivsrkd «y Carriers, pub. Wekk, 25c. LATE TELEGRAMS. [SPECIAL TO THE HERALD.) The Imported CliincHc i"ro«.t it utes Discharged. San Francisco, May 25.—1u the United States Circuit Conrt to-day, Judge Sawyer discharged from custody the seven Chinese women who came from Hong Kong on the steamer Clands Castle. Tho women wore nrrested for violation of the law which prohibits the importation of females for immoral pur poses. Judge Sawyer discharged them on the ground that there was not suffi cient evidence produced to show that the women are prostitutes or were im ported for purposes of prostitution. I'asiNciigcrN by the Ancon. San Francisco, May 25. The steamer Ancon sailed this morning at 0 o'clock, with the following passengers for Los Angeles: Mrs L C Dunn, II Mier, F Caldwin, Flora Figg, Thos Philips, J H Hall, F W Potts, Miss 0 Wetmore, Jos Rich, Chas Alberto, S SbJrpaer, M F Hinkle, C F Wadman, Jas J Flaherty, Mrs C Stacey, Chas Pridham, Mollie Coffman, BOulfsen, J EI Steinert. The AHonotvcr mid the Slratli alrlie. San Francisco, May 25.—Three new oases of small-pox were reported yester day on the steamer Altonower. All small-pox patients have been removed from this steamer to the hospital, the consignees having agreed to pay all the expenses of removal and care. A care ful inspection of the steamer Strnthair lie discloses the fact that she has on board about 1,000 passengers instead of 814, as was at first reported. As soon as the steamer is out of quarantine, a measurement will be made by the Cus tom House officials and it will be ascer tained if the passenger act has been vio lated. No cases have been report ed on the Altonower |Strathuirlie?J and most of the passengers have been vac cinated. ■lorHC-Thicr Lynched. Ball Francisco, May 25. —A Walla Walla dispatch says that Aldy Ncal, a horse-thief and generally disreputuhie character, was hanged by vigilantes near Roekford last Monday. A Steamer on Fire. Portland, Oregon, May 25.—This morning a cargo of three thousand bar rels of lime ou board the siouinor Yoqui na caught fire. The vessel will doubt less have to be scuttled. It is thought the steamer will be a total loss. She is new and the loss is estimated at §35,000. No insurance on the vessel or cargo. *'. I>. PMtW MhootM at un ftditor. T/UCBON, May 25.—A recent number of she Daily <'itr.cn published certain let ters of C. D. Poston, aud criticized him somewhatsharply. This morning Poston met.). A. Whitmore, editor of the Citi zen, at Porter's hotel, and without say ing a word drew a revolver ami fired at Whitmore, missing him. Poston has been arrested and w ill be placed finder bonds. The Citizen will to-day denounce him as a cowardly assassin und bully. FROM THE CAPITAL. II ml £r t ol' Political ami Other \«'v» a fi-oni WuMhiiitctou. M AVAL API'OI N T MIN TS. Washington, May 25.- Pay Inspector Joseph A. (Smith will bo appointed Chief of the Bureau of Provisions and Cloth ing, with the rank ami pay of Paymaster General of the Navy. Vice Admiral A. C. Rowan will he appointed Superin tendent of the Navy observatory, vice Rear Admiral Rodgers. deceased. SENATE CONFIRMATION. Washington, May 24th.— Win. H. Brown hus been confirmed as Surveyor General of California. NO MORE ARCTIC NONSKNSK. The House Committee on Naval Af fairs yesterday unceremoniously and heavily sat down upon Calkins's scheme to start another expedition to the North Pole. The committee took the broad ground that science hnd not been bene fited by any of these expeditions, all of which cost a great deal of money. A member of the committee said to the Chronicle correspondent that if naval officers wanted to commit suicide he thought other means should be pro vided then by starting out these cruel aud useless expeditions. He said the prime mover iv and author of the Calk ins bill is a naval otlicer who liad no Arctic experience whatever, but had been around this city for nearly two years, the greater portion of which time he was under the influence of lienor. He said the Navy Department knew this, aud consequently had not assigned him to any duty, und that he struck upon this Arctic expedition as something to do, though he did not propose to start, even if it were adopted, for a year yet. CALIFORNIA INVENTORS. Patents have been granted to residents of California as follows: William L. Blythe, Mokelume Hill, pick; George Braminer and J. R. Sevarts, Livermore, device forming shoulders upon vehicle axles; Andrew Jackson, San Francisco, dental plugger; Milton H. Sanders, San Fraucisco, railway car; Harry R. Ste vens, Los Angeles, wind engine; Isaac' F. Tenipleton, Amador, ore feeder for stamp mills; Sylvester M. Williams, Sau Francisco, collar button and cravat fas tener. Politicians Uneasy-Ladies Seek ing White Domestics. Nkw York, May '24.—1t is rumored that thero will be a general shaking up of the Federal officers in the State. Lukewarm stalwnrts are uneasy. San Francisco ladies arc visiting Castle Garden on the arrival of immigrants to obtain servants in lieu of the Chinese. Convicted of Taking Bribe Money. New York, May 25.—Tho jury in the cose of General Curtis, special Treasury agent, rendered a verdict of guilty on tho first and eighth counts, which charged defendant with receiving, while iv the employ of the United States, money or other things of value for po litical purposes. A motion in arrest of judgment was made, and ,) une 2d set for the argument. The Kent of the James fuiune to i-e Taken In. New York, May 25.—1t has been as certained from a member of Governor Crittenden's party in this city that on his return to Missouri he will conclude negotiations for the surrender of Frank James, and possibly other members of the James gang, and thus put an end to the organization of brigands in Missouri. Frank James is now in Jackson county, and instead of meditating more mischief is represented as being anxious to make the best terms possible for himself. Gov ernor Crittenden is fully informed as to LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. VOL. XVII. his whereabouts, and means to have him in custody inside of ten days. It is as serted that the whole of the James gang will be broken up. The plans are all laid, and only await the Governor's re turn for execution. The Independent Republican Ticket. Philadelphia, May 25.— The Inde pendent Republican Convention made the following further nominations last night: For Lieut-Governor, Levi Hard Duff, of Allogheny; for Secretary of In ternal affairs, Major Merrick, of Tioga; for Congresstnan-at-large, Col. Wm. McShaels; for Judgo of the Supreme Court, Geo. Junk n. After speeches from the candidates tho Convention ad journed sine die. A Platform with Hub«tancc In it. Philadelphia, May 25. —The com mittee on platform of the Independent Republican Convention reported resolu tions declaring in strong terms ugainst the spoils system; denounced the boss rule in politics; declared their attach ment to the principles of the Republican party; declared the nomination und dec' tion of Jas. A. Carlield a triumph of true reform; civil service reform is de manded in place of the spoil system; the reformation of the civil service by law is demanded instead of prostituting the public servico to private uses; insists on the recognition of olhce as a high and honoiabic trust to be administered for tho people's benefit with efficiency,econ omy and integrity; demands, instead of the insolence, proscription and tyranny of bonis 111 ami the machine in politics to free and conscientious exercise of private judgment in political affairs and the faithful discharge by. those who assume representative trusts of the expressed will of the people. Dreadful Accident to «'nrpentern. Chicago, May 25. —A number of Swedish carpenters, working on the coal shed at the corner of Frie and Rob ert streets this morning, fell from the scaffold to the ground, 225 feet. One was killed outright, one fatally, and two badly hurt* Temperance Proiiuiiciuiiiento. Chaui.esto.n, S. B.| May 25.-The Grand Lodge of Good Templar* of the World has pronounced strongly in favor of total abstinence for the individual aud prohibition for the State. Overflow HuflVrer*. Little Rock, May 25. General Man gum, the State agent for the distribution of supplies on the Arkansas side of the Mississippi river during tho late over liow, writes to Governor Churchill that the second overllow was nearly as disas trous as tho first. The negroes are with out the moans of obtaining the neces sities of life. If the Government does not feed them until they Can get work, many of them will starve. ■ten Hills Health 1 inn roving. Fckeka Springs, Ark., May 24th.— The health of Senator Benjamin Hill is much improved, and there is v strong hope of a cure. The Epsom Races. London, May 25.—At Epsom to-day the race for the Royal Stake* was won by Limestone, Silver Bill second, l'assaic third. Eleven horses ran. Anarchy Iti the Itnltie Province*. Vienna, May 23.—Four hundred houses belonging to Jews were recently burned at Vasilishki. The agrarian ag itation in the Baltic provinces is increas ing. The peasants iv l'arnu have now revolted. A Vote of Confidence. Faris, May 24.—The Chamber of Deputies yesterday, by a vote of 202 to 300, adopteil an order of the day, ex pressing confidence in Loon Say, who will, accordingly, remain in office. Refusing to Follow Parnell. Nkw York, May 24.— A Loudon cable special of May 23d says: I'arnell passed today that crisis which, sooner or later, overtakes every popular leader. Ouite unexpectedly the trouble which has been for somo time impending in the 1 risfa party came to a head in the Com mons, and that section of Irish members which begins to regard Parnell as too conservative, orslow-going.declared itself in revolt, and refused to tollow his lead ership. The Arrears of Rent Bill. Nkw York, May 24.—A cable special to the Herald from London says: How wide-reaching and effective the Arrears bill is may be jedged from the fact that it will effect to a greater or loss extent 080,000 tenants, representing in round numbers 3,500,000 persons, who now, iv the words of Gladstone, art; at tho mercy of the landlords. Tho immediate effect of the measure will be to save tens of thousands of families from eviction; to restore to thoir houses a thousand al ready evicted, whom the Land League is unable to protect, notwithstanding the host efforts of its leaders. How pressing the necessity was becoming may be judged by the eviction of 2,000 persons last week in Conneniara, and of other thousands all over the country. Had not the Government stepped in, it is calculated that 250,000 persons would have been evicted by the end of the Winter, as the landlords were preparing to make monster clearances under pro tection of the new Coercion bill. \\ itli out the Arrears bill the Land act was utterly useless to the poorer tenants, because they all owe from two to five years' rent, which they are wholly un able to pay. On some rack-rented es tates, where old arrears have been kept alive, the tenants owe legally as high as fifteen years' rent, which puts them hopelessly in the power of the landlord and makes them the veriest slaves. Un der the Arrerrs bill all those old debts will be swept away, and the tenants, for the first time in their history, will have a fair start, without any fear that their improvements may be confiscated by rack-renting landlords. Such 13 tho new measure proposed by (lladstono, and, save the freeing of serfs by Russia, it promises to be the most important act of F.uropean legislation during this age. The New Bank Commissioners. The organization of the new Board of Bank Commissioners was effected yester day. Commissioners Watt and Coleman of the old Board met on Monday after noon, when Mr. Farnum and General Sheehan, their successors, presented their certificates and qualified bonds. The retiring Board then adjourned $tmt die. Every courtesy was extended to the new Commissioners, ono of whom, General Sheehan, paid a tribute to the character and ability of Messrs. Coleman and Watt. Mr. White was not present, and it was therefore determined to await his arrival yesterday before organizing the new Board. At the meeting yester day J. E. Farnum was elected President and L. Wadham was chosen Secretary to succeed Mr. Danks on June Ist. It is understood that the examination of the San Francisco banks will be begun on June sth.— S. F. Chronicle, May'24th. Burke's Brother on the Dublin Assas sinations. In a speech before the Layfnyette, In diana, Land League, Dr. Burke, of that city, a brother of one of the victims of the Pluenix Park assassins, paid an elo quent tribute to tho worth of the Under- Secretary. He said: I know that his death will be speedily avenged. 1 know that no Land League in Ireland and no Land League here had a hand in this cowardly deed. Ire land and England were on the verge of a true reconciliation, and no true patriot, no true Irishman, ever committed the fearful and dastardly deed. The spirit of Torryism is alive to the dangers of the situation. Tho strength of the Land League is not oidy shown in Ireland,but has a firm footing iv Scotland, and will soon have one in England. What then becomes of Landlordism in these OOUTJ* tries? What then of the ill gotten wealth, prestige, and hon or of that so-called Conserva tive power, great only by thu greatness its accumulated frauds and crimes? Be lieve me, it is the spirit of that Toryism that has armed the men who jnurdored my brother. As for you, friends and fellow-citizens, all 1 ask of you is that you raise your voice against this mon strous assassination, and enter a public protest against such foul and cowardly proceedings. It will bo a consolation to my sorrowing brother and my discon solate sister, and a token of American respect for a brother and a friend who is no more. The Land League adopted resolutions denouncing the assassination in strong terms. The Record-Union sayi the shipment of grain by the way of New Orleans will be in bulk. The shipment by ocean must be in sack. Therefore the inland cities of California that will at once con struct elevators will become the seats of grain shipment via New Orleans. The difference indicated will tend to make the interior towns grain centers rather than the seaboard places. WANTS—LOST- FOUN D. SITUATION WANTED. lit ■ competent girl, to do housework in an American f.imily. Apply at corner of Hill and Eighth streets. niyl7-lw WANTED. A .situation by a (food blacksmith. Apply at 47 San l'edro street. myiU-l» SITUATION WANTED. Uy a young man of good family, who is willing to work wants a situation as salesman or to drive a delivery wagon. Good references given. En quire at No. 47 Sau l'edro street, or »t li Polnski & Son's store. myld-lw FURNISHED ROOMS, l**m»ntlj located and neatly furnished, TO LET, SINGLE OK EN SUITE, Corner First and Franklin streets, one block from Postotfice. dtttl FOR SALE—FOR RENT. CHAMPION MOWER, COOD AS NEW, FOR 850, imM-.'it At NORTHCRAFT'S, Los Angeles_St.^ PASTURE TO LET. Fine sheep or cattle pasture, with abundance of water, in San Gorgonio Pass, San Bernardino county. For jiarticulars apply to ROBERT S. BAKER, at his otlice, in Arcadia Block, Los An geles street. my23tf ROOMS AND DOARD. DESIRABLE ROOMS, en suite or single, with board, can be had at MRS. WHITNEY'S, No. 35 SIXTH STREET. mylS-lni CA SEEDLING ORANGE TREES, *J\Jj\J\J\J Central American seed, for sale at MRS. 11. SHAW'S NURSERY, ou San l'edro street, below Adams st. P. O. Box 1405, Los An geles, Cal. inhl-4ni MONEY TO LOAN. $30,000 TO LOAN on first-class real ostate security, in sums of $1000 and over. Apply to GEORGE H. SMITH, office Glussell, Smith <St Tat ton. Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. ap'2l-lm Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL. SPACIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites and Large Single Sunny Rooms, containing all modem con veniences. TIIE TABLE supplied with the best the market affords. letttf MRS. M. 11. KIMBALL, Prop. FOUND! A PLACE WHERE A FINE CLP OF COFFEE or POT OF TEA, Hot or Cold Lunch, Baked Beans and Brown Bread, Boston style, every day. Pure milk in any quantity. Having leased the formerly White House, I have good.spaciousand airy rooms, newly furnish cd in most comfortable style, at reasonable rates. Hot and Cold Baths at any hour. A large, com fortable reading room open day and night. SMITH'S, CORNER LOS ANGELES AND COMMERCIAL STREETS. jai J. W. SMITH, Pprop'r. (INCORPORATED ISC4.) FIRE ONLY. • HOMB MTTTUAI. Insurance Company, NO. m CALIFORNIA STREET, San Francisco. JANUARY 1, 1881. CAPITAL, paid up in Gold Coin $300,000 Reinsurance Reserve iI74,°SW «« ASSETS, January 1, 1881 $ 642,841 00 Income, 12 months 340,641 00 Premiums since organization - - - - 3,521,232 23 Losses since organization 1,635,202 84 President ----- J. W, HOUGHTON Vice President ----- L. L, BAKER Secretary ------ CHAS. R STORY General Agent ----- R. H. MAGILL CHAS. V. HALE, Agent, No, 3 Los Angeles street, Arcadia Rlock, Los 'Angeloi. apiirj-tf""*; Mescal de Tequila, The popular beverage of the Mexicans, and now so highly appreciated by Americans, can be had only at GUERRERO'S, corner Upper Main and Marcheaeault streets. ap2s-lra EOS ANGELES, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1882. HOTELS. Cosmopolitan Hotel. First-Class. THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL i DENKER, Proprietors. This is the only reliably first-class hotel, is sit uated in the center of the city of Los Angeles, contains nearly a hundred spacious and airy rooms, newly furnished in the most comfortable style. Rooms in suites fur familes and parties on every flour, with hut and cold baths. TIIE TABLE will always be furnished with the best supplies that can be procured in the market. A FREE COACH is always on hand to carry guosta to the house. No pains spared to make guests comfortable in every way. A LARGE READING KOOM open night and day. HEN It V HAMMEL, mylTtf A. H. DENKER. SANTA MONICA HOTEL Santa Monica, Cal. SCOTT * IIoDGSON, : : : Pkul'liuctors. A first-class Hotel, situated only 100 yards from the beach and depot, commanding a magnificent view of the ocean. Climate charming, both in winter anil summer. This favorite mmm.li-resort enjoys all the advan tages and conveniences for SEA BATHING, has a large bath.house, with hot and cold fresh and salt water baths on the beach directly in front of the Hotel. Rooms can be secured before arrival by tele gram. Address, inyiatf SCOTT & HODGSON. THE COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT, V. DOL, Proprietor, DOWNEY DLOCK, - MAIN STREET. Receives alive and servos up every day the choicest FISH, including SOLE, TURBOT and SEA TROUT. MR. DOL is the exclusive consignee of the cel ebrated FROMAGE DE BRIE, which can only be had at this restaurant. SPUING CHICKENS, just in from the ranches, cooked in every style. This rostaurant is Los Angeles's Delmouico. uiyltf Eugene's Restaurant, Corner Arizona Avenue and Second Sts., SANTA MONICA **TRENCH DINNERS served to parties or singly on short notice. FRENCH CLARETS and other wines always on hand. ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, to rent. fel7-«m EUGENE AUN. COLONADE HOUSE, SAN FRANCISCO. 1200 MARKET STREET.—Sunny bay-window suites, with board; to Eastern and country trav elers we call attention to this elegant, first-class house; Buitos, with board, (70 to tsu, single, 48 to 810 per week, with board; by day, #1.26, 11.60 and 12; Market street ears pass the door. ap27-lni Judson, Gillette & Oihson, Examiners of Title and Conveyancers, Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block, Main Street, LOS ANOELES, CAL. scpfltf H. Newmark & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Dealers in Wool, Grain, Hides. 11, 13 and 15 LOS ANGELES STREET. je3tf Phineas Banning, FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENT, WILMINGTON, Los Angeles County, Cal. Vessels towed, goods' lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. oc7tf J. M. GRIFFITH & CO., Lumber Dealers, CORNER OF ALAMEDA AND FIRST STREETS, DKALSHS IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BLIN DS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES. -AT PERRY, WOODWORTH & CoB LUMBER YARDS AND PLANING MILLS, No. It) Commercial Street, near Railroad Depot. mr2otf J. S. SHOOBERT. TRUXTUN BEALEI H. W. WOODWARD. SHOOBERT & BEALE, WOOL Commission Merchants, 405 A 407 MONTCOMERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 43TLIBEKAL ADVANCES made on consign ments. Spanish Language. MR. J. PUIG, a native of Spain, teaches the Spanish language with perfection in a few months and at very moderate prices. Those desiring to acquire said iauguage should not lose this oppor tunity. Terms: For three lessons weekly, at house of pupil, tl per month, and 93 per month at th* douse of the Professor. The language will ba taught grammatically. Lessons given to pupils at their residences out side the city, on reasonable terms JOBE PUIO, 87 Aliso street, corner Alameda and Loa Ange les. |mr9 tf LINES OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST Steamship Company. GOODALL, PERKINS it CO., General Agents, SAN FRANCISCO. TIME TABLE FOR MAY. Comxu Soi'Tii. Going North. |l m| «| STK.VM KKB. o» II |] S< If *f Is? . Orizaba . . April SO May 2 May 4 May 0 Ancon May G " 7 " 9, " 11 Orizaba... " 10 " 12 " 14* " 18 Ancon " lf>| " 17 " ltfi " 21 Orizaba... " 20 " 22 " 24! * 20 Ancon " 2. r . " 27 " 20 May 31 Orizaba... " 30 June 1 June 3 June 5 Aneun June b " 7 " tti " 11 Both steamships call at Port Harford (San I.ins Obispo) and Santa liarbara. Tiie Company reserves the right to change the steamers or their days of sailing. aarPassengers for San Francisco take the train for Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at 10:50 o'clock A. m , Los Angeles time. LOS ANOELES AND SAN DIEGO. THE STEAMERS Orizaba and Ancon Leave San Pedro for San Diego May 2,7, 12.17.22, 27 and June 1& 7, iaTPassungers take the train that lea\es Los Angeles for Wilmington at 4:15 r. tl., Los Angeles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles: Cabin. Steerage. To San Francisco $15 $10 To Port Harford 12 tf To Santa liarbara 8 0 To San Diego 8 0 43TPlans ot Steamers' Cabins at Agent's office, where berths may be secured. For Way Ports. The steamer LOS ANGELES leaves San Bue naventura and Santa Barbara for San Francisco every Friday, calling at way ports. THE STEAMER NEWPORT, Huns between San Francisco and Newport Land ing, calling at Santu Cruz, San Buenaventura, Hueneme and San Pedro, for combustibles and way froight, leaving San Francisco about every ten days, as tidos serve on the Newport bar. 43TFOR PASSAGE OR FREIGHT AS ABOVE, OR FOR TICKETS TO AND FROM All Important Points in Europe, Or for Exchange on Europe, AI'LLV to H. McLELLAN, : : : Agent. Office-No. 5 Commercial St., Los Angclos. S. P. R. R. TIME SCHEDULE. Saturday, April Bth, 1882, Trains leave and are due to arrive at XjOS A.IB'CI-EX.ES AS ruLLOWT: LKAVK ARRIVK FOR DESTINATION. KKoS. 8;25 A. 11 Colton 4:45 r, m. •2:30 r.M Colton *0:40 a. v. 8:25 a. m. , Deming ) Express 4:45 t, w 5:80 r. v. ( East. ) Emigrant 4:15 a.m. 8:25 A M El Paso and East 4:45 r. M. 5:15 r. M. I Sau Francisco ( Express. 7:55 a.m. \ or 8:45 A. M. ( Sacramento. J Emigr'nt 3:10 v. m. 0:35 A. M. Santa Ana and Anaheim. 4:00 a.m. 4:50 p. M. Santa Ana and Anahsim. 8:20 A. M. 0:30 a. m Santa Monica 8:15 A. M. "5:00 r. M Santa Monica '4:00 r. M. 15:50 r.u Santa Monica tS:SO p. v. 10:35 A. M Wilmington 2:20 r. M. 4:00 r. M Wilmington 9:15 A. M. "Sundays excepted. iSundays only. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. A. N. TOWNE, General Superintendent. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles. County Warrants, Etc. I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City and Coun ty Warrants, Judgments, and all kinds of claims. C. WHITE, Attorney at Law. 40 Temple Blook. n»)-ly ALBERT BROWN, UNDERTAKER A EMBALMER, NO. 84 MAIN STREET, ADJOINING BAKER BLOCK. EMBALMING and SHIPPING a spe cialty. Telephone connection with store and house. E. A. DaCAMP is connected with this house. This is the only house in the city that has no connection with agents or branch houses. ap22tf HEARBE FURNISHED FREE. J. F. FULLARTON, REMOVED TO 69 FORT STREET. Accountant, Collector.Copyist. Hoops opened, kept or writteu np. Commissions executed, buy ing or selling. Reasonable terms. Highest ref- order* attended to. mar4-tf NEW ADVERTISEM KXTN. J. C- BRIGHT, The Famous Cheap Store Man, Is at home with a superb assortment, bought from the factories of the East. Dry goods, boots and shoes cheaper than ever, and will surprise all who give him a call with quality, quantity and low prices. REMEMBER he also sells his goods a little cheaper to secure the cash Trade. arO. S3 MAIW STREET. apr2o-lm LA DUNSMOOR Has completed his Spring Importations, and is now showing a fine assortment of Fringes, Gimps, Ornaments and Trimmings. Spanish Lace, Guipure Lace, Valenciennes Lace, and all kinds of Cotton Laces. Lace Neckwear in all the Late Styles. Zephyrs, Worsteds, Can vas and Felt for fancy work. A special line of Ladies' Muslin Under wear. Ladies' and Misses' Linen Ulsters and Children's Linen Dresses. A full line of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises, Hats and Caps. GOLDEN RULE, 25 Spring Street, Los Angeles. marttf E. MARTIN & GO, Wholesale Up and Wine Dealers, 24 Main Street, Baker Block, Los Angeles Cal. (A branch of the oldest and largest San Francisco liquor house of the same firm name.) The attention of the country jobbing and saloon trade s invited to the fine and fully assorted stock of Whiskies, Brandies (SSMf), Gin, Rum, Bitters, Etc., Of every kind. A full assortment of the wines and brand ies of Stern & Rose, San Gabriel, and the Cucamonga Vineyard Co., for both of which which we are agents. Invalids, to whom wines and liquors are a necessity, will find a stock of choice old wines and liquors, such as can not be had elsewhere. Give us a call. B. MARTIN & Co., feStf| Baker Block, Los Angeles. Sharp, Bloeser & "Oilman, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Carpets db ZE p "LXi*ii_itxxi'o AND Practical Upholsterers and Decorators. We have just received large consignments of all classes and grades of goods in our Hue. Our CARPETS have been selected with great care. Our FURNITURE is all of the best make and workmanship. We also carry a large line of PARLOR and ODD CHAIR FRAMES, which we upholster to order. Lambrequins', Window Cornices, Fancy Shades, and all kinds of Unique and Rich Upholstering a specialty. Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Furniture and Bedding at Bed Rock Prices. Call and examine and get our prices. 134 Main Street, opposite Old Stand, 4J-P. 0. Box 798. d2otf LOS ANGELES. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY, »TO, 23 04, Manufacturer of FINE CIGARS. No Chinamcu employed in my Factory, neither do I sell any gods made by Chinamen. Judges of a Fine Cigar should call and try my cigars and patronize only those who manufacture and sell WHITS LABOR CIGARS, and do not let them palm off Chinaman made cigars for Whit* Labor Cigars. A fine stock of Pipes, both Wood and Meerschaum, AT BED ROCK PRICES. C. C. CHEEBBRODCH, PROP., Ml. 28 BPRINC ST., OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, LOS ANOELES, CALIFORNIA. apstf HAIR GOODS AT COST! Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Williams came to Los Angeles with the in. tention of opening a first class Hair Store; but not succeeding in getting suitable quarts™, they hare decided to close out their fine stock of goods AT COST. BWITCHEB 81 AND UPWARDS. FRONT PIECES SO CTS. AND UPWARDS. Hair work of all kinds made to order. Remember the place, 48 Spring Strkkt, three doors east of Postoffice, Room 1, up stairs. my'JOtf WEEKLY HERALD. Published Evert Saturday Mouoixs. TERMS: One year, by mail or ex pro*, one copy #8.00 Six months, by mail or express I,7ft Three months, by mail or express 1.00 ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at reasonable rates. t3T All kinds of Job Work done to compete with San Francisco in price, style and elegance of No. 81. BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' OF LOB ANCELES. Capital, : : : : $200,000 Surplus and Reserve Fund, : 250,000 I ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President L. C. GOODWIN Vice-President JOHN MILNER Secretory roaro or directors: ISAMS W. HELLMAN, JOHS 8. GRIFFIN, O. W. Guilds, C. E. Thorn, Phil Gakmer. Dom. Amkstov Jose Mascarel. EXCHAIffOB FOR BALK OK New York, London, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Berlin. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Buy and Sell Legal Tenders, Govern ment, State, County and City Bonds. First National Bank OP LOS ANGELES. Capital Stock, $100,000 Surplus, : : : : : $60,000 ET. SPENCE, : : : . President. WM. LACY, : : : : : Cashier. directors: J. E. Hollenbeck, J. F. Crank, H. Maburt, o. s. wltherby, c. f. s pence, stock iioldkrb: Capt. A. H. Wilcox, Dr. R. H. McDokald, 0. S. Witiierby, James McCot, J. F. Crank, Georoe Geddrs, J. E. Hollenbeck, L Laxkershim, H. Mabi rv, A. W. Vail, Woods Maburt, 8. 11. Mott, E. F. S pence. o4tf COUNTY BANK, Main St., Los Angeles, CaL CAPITAL STOCK, PAID UP, $100,000. Reserve Fund, $300,000. J. S. BLAUSON President. R. S. BAKER Vice-President. H. L. MacNEIL Cashier. DIRECTORS: J. S. Slaubon, A. W. Bowman, V. A. Hoover, Robert 8. Baker, J- Bixby, Georoe W. Prescott, R. M. Widney. tSTBvr and Sell Exchaxoe on San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort. *3TBuy ExcnANOE on all parts of tho United States and Europe. 43TRECE1TB Money on open account and certif icate of deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Notice. '%y^ m f Los Angeles Lodge No. 42, F. *A. M.-The stated meetings of this Lodge / ▼ \are held on tho first MONDAY ot each month at 7;H) r. m. Members of Pentalpha, No. 202, and all Master Masons in good standing ate cordially invited. By order of the W:- M:- Los Angeles Lodge No. 35, L 0. 0. F. Regular meeeting held on Wednesday mmsr evening of each week at 7:30 o'clock. Sojourning brethren in good standing are cordial ly invited. WALTER D. STEVENSON, N. 0. A. Frank R. S. Los Angeles No. 33, Re stated convocations on first MONDAY of each month, 7} p. m., at Masonic Hall. Sojourning companions in good standing cordiality invited. By order of A. W. EDELMAN, U. P. Sam. Prager, Secretary. Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal and Select Masters, F. & A M. Holds its stated assemblies on the 4th Mon day of each month at Masonic Hall, at 7,30 p. M. Sojourning Companions in good standing are fraternally invited to attend. By order of theTh:- III;. R. G. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder. ~K. of P~ Olive Lodge No. 26. Meet first and third THURSDAYS in tho month at Odd FellowT Hall, P. 0. Building. Sojourning Knights invited. J. R. SUMMERS, 0. C. E A. DeCamp, K. of R. and 8. Jal-ly Knights Templar. Ccevr De Lion Commandery no. 8, X: • T: • Holds its stated conclaves at the asylum in Ma sonic Hall, on the Third THURSDAY of each month, at 7J o'clock p. M. Sojourning Knights Templar in good standing are cordially invited to attend. By order of the E: •C. N. Knickerbocker, Recorder. American Legion of Honor. Safety Council, No. 664, meets first and Third Tuesday evenings of each month at room* 86 and S7, Temple Block. M. L. WICKS, Commanding. T. L. Nolte, Secretary. ap6-3m Eagle Corps, N. G. C. Regular meeting* at the Armory, Court street, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock. W. H. H. RUSSELL, Captain Commanding. C. A. Ketler, First Sargeant. Je!4 tf Confidence Engine Company. ' Reoi lak meetings of this ( ompa " (JHeS*'**'"'- 1 "" 'he first Wedesday livening -!>o*WS»' | f each month, ut 7:3ooelock. Hy order, MARK JONES, Secretory. Capitol Bakery AMD CONFECTIONERY, SPRING STREET, below the Pottofflce. CAKES AND FANCY CAKES of all style* alwaya on hand. *TATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES for all occa sions. Give me a call. dT-tf H. SCHUMACHER. League of Freedom. Monthly meetings every First Sunday of the month at 8 r. M. at Turn Halt d24tf R. 0. WEYSE, Secretory.