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DAILY HERALD.
Published every morning, except Monday, by
JOSEPH D. LYNCH.
TERMS FOR DAILY HERALiD:
Per annum, by mail or express !»10.00
Hix months, by mail or express , r ..00
Tlirce month; 8.60
Dbmvkkku ay Carrikrs, not Wkkk, 25c.
LATE TELEGRAMS.
ISPECIAL TO THE HKRALD.]
Rescue nt'the liiiprlxoiied.Mlnpr*--
Irenth ol* Iten nctt nnd 4'allalinii.
San Francisco, .lune 3. —A Virginia
City dispatch says that six men pene
trated the Alta drift with refreshments
for the imprisoned miners. All wore
ice helmets, to enable them to puss the
belt of 900 feet of foul air between the
entrance and the end of the drift. The
prisoners were found in comparatively
good condition. They bad turned water
from the drift into their ice-water keg,
and when emptied, twisted the end of
the compressed nil' pipe into the barrel,
and standing around breathed tbo air
thus cooled, as it arose through the
water. About midnight all wero re
moved fretn the drift, the whistles
along the road signalling tbe event. The
bodies of Bennett and Callahan, who
perished in attempting their rescue by
the bout, have been recovered.
Killed in a Land llispute.
Dalles, Oregon, .lune ."1. -In a dispute
yesterday at Lone Rock over the posses
sion of land, \V. li. Caldwell shot and
instantly killed .I. I. Kenton. Caldwell
surrendered himself, lie claims that he
acted in self-defense.
- limiting Ip Crookedness.
...AxnuQUinQut, N. ti., June .'{.—Two
special agents, Bower and Tidhall, have
been to Lata Vegas, Santa Fe aud Albu
querque investigating the affairs of John
Sherman, U. S. Marshal for New MoxJ
ico. They proceeded to l'rescott to ex
amine the Marshal's otliee there; tbey
will also look into the charges preferred
against Judge Porter,
.lull s Kami llndly V» hipped.
Santa Fe, June 2.—A Chihuahua
dispatch states that General Fuero,
Commander of the Mexican troops iv
Chihuahua, with four hundred Mexican
cavalry surprised and attacked the Juh
band of renegade Apaches early ou the
moruing ol' the 25th, near liosquo de
Santiago, and whipped them unmerci
fully, I'birty-seveu bucks were killed,
ten taken prisoners, and the entire camp
outfit, including Of ty bead of cattle, was
captured. The Mexican loss was one
officer uud ten men. The losses sus
tained in tiie previous light with tho
United States and Mexican troops leaves
tiie hostiles badly demoralized.
I.alinr Strikes.
Pittsburg, .lune .'!. Nothing new
transpired in the iron workers trouble
yesterday. Business men anil trades
men express confidence that the cur
tailed production will stiffen the market
and that thu Scale will then be raised.
CleV BLAND, Ohio, July .".--Advices
from the hading mills in Ohio report
that the works nearly all will be shut
down.
It. turned to Work.
Nkw York, lune .'!. Nine hundred
striking boiiermakcrs returned to work
in the various simps here and iv Brook
lyn yesterday. By Monday it is said
there will be a) least 1,600 men at work
at tho various shops at the increased
wages.
Strike tit' ItrickiiiiiUcrs.
Dcs Moines, June 3.—The brick
makers, numbering over 500, have struck
for aSB cents raise of wages. The em
ployers are not likely to concede the
demand.
All <(niet in Chit-nun.
Chicaoo, June 'J.- There is little
change in the situation in the strike this
evening. The police have Diode sev
eral arrests of persons supposed to have
been concerned in tbe riot at Brighton
last night, the evidence is not conclusive,
Kvcwiiiiiiiiiiieatiiig l.ud.v I.and
liCUtfllCl-M.
Cleveland, 0., Jnne2. -Bishop Gil
mour has written a letter to he read in
all the Catholic churches in this diocese
at mass next Sunday morning excom
municating any Catholic lady who shall
hereafter attend any meetingof the lady's
branch of the Land League, or become
a member thereof. Tbe Bishop de
nounces that branch as calculated to
make brawling politicians of women,and
their membership there as incompatible
with womanly modesty.
Ueuial of tho Kurial Kites of the
4'ntliolie Church.
Denver, Col., June2.—Father Raver
ty, Vicar-General to tbe Bishop of this
diocese to-day refused to tdlow the rites
of the Catholic Church to be adminis
tered over the remains of the late I ton
Miguel Ottero, millionaire and one of
the foremost men of New Mexico. The
reason alleged is that Ottero died a Ma
son. A member of the Masonic order,
assisted by an Episcopal clergyman, con
ducted the burial services.
A Knvislier and Murderer
Lynched.
Cori.Hsiiriu), Ky., June 3.—A mob of
300 masked men this mormiug came by
rail from Ashland and took George Ellis
out of jail at Catlettsburg. They took
him to Ashland, near tho scene of the
murder and outrage of the Gibbons
girls last December, and banged him to
a sycamore tree. George Ellis was con*
victed of manslaughter yesterday on an
indictment for the murder of these girls.
It was his testimony that convicted
William Netil aud Ellis Craft, who are
now in jail at Lexington, Ivy., and
George F.llis and these two Were taken
by the river from Catlettsburg, under
military escort Inst January, to escape
tbe mob.
Expedition Against the Apaches.
Dallas, Texas, June 3. The Adju
tant-General of Texas will lead four com
panies of rangers into the (Suadalupe
mountains to head oil' the Apaches con
gregating there for a raid.
FROM THE CAPITAL.
HuUcet or Political and Other
Sows from Washington.
IHD'i last kkfort.
Washington, June .I.—No opinion
can Iw delivered on Heed's lust motion
in the (iuiteau ease until Monday. It is
believed the decision will be a very short
one, and no doubt is entertained that the
motion will l>c positively denied.
THE ALABAMA CASK.
The House resumed the consideration
of the Alabama contested election case,
Wheeler being accorded the Soar to
close the argument in his Own behalf.
ON SPECIAL DI'TV.
Lieutenant Hanenhower has beon or
eered on special duty here.
A SENSATIONAL STORY.
Chicaoo, June 3.—A Washington spe
cial says that a private letter from New
York was received here to-day from a
gentleman in political life, who has been
with the President most of the time for
the past week. It says that the admin
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XVII.
istration has a surprise in storo for the
public, which will be disclosed upon his
return. The plan, according to this gen
tleman, is this: Lowell is to return from
tbe London niissiom. His resignation is
already on the way. Frelinghnysen will
then adopt a foreign policy which shall
be as advantageous to the administra
tion as that of Blaino was to himself.
Secretary Folger is to liecome the Ke
publicau nominee for Governor of New
York, and Don Cameron, as one means
of heeding the break in Pennsylvania
polities, is to succeed Folger as Secre
tary of the Treasury. This is the story,
some parts of which may be verilied by
the events.
THE TEXAS CAMPAIGN.
Wasiiinotov, Jnne 2.—Leading Re
publicans of Texas have received a cir
cular from Washington instructing them
to consolidate all elements in favor of
Wash Jones for Governor, and to for
ward lists of all counties which can be
carried by the Republicans, and to state
the amount of money necessary for the
campaign.
NICARAIiI A SHIP CANAL.
Farley presented in the Senate yester
day a memorial signed by tbe Boards of
Trade of San Francisco and Portland and
the hM Angeles Chamber of Commerce,
favoring tbe passage of the Nicarogua
Canal bill.
volunteer medical omccna.
The Secretary of War holds that ser
vice in the volunteer service does not
hold good in computing the length of
service in the ease of medical officers,
unless they have served tbe full three
Heretofore it has been held that
the service should count equally.
PUBLIC Dm STATEMENT.
The public debt statement shows a
decrease of debt during May of $10,375,
--441; cash in the treasury is 9242,103,
--7<>S; gold Certificates outstanding, $•">,
--055,4201 silver certificates, ffJ6,7<%,220;
certificates of deposit, $12,330,000; re
funding certificates, $478,550) legal ten
ders, $346,681,013; fractional currency,
$7,044,003; cash balance available, $144,
--441,876.
Cicncrnl (.iirihnhl i Itti-ntl.
Rom c, June 3 -General Garibaldi
died at SISO o'clock last evening. A
previous dispatch said that the General
was lying very ill with bronchitis,at
Caprera; that his condition was pre
carious, aud that all the members of his
family in Roma tin Genoa had left for
his bedside.
Honors to CuriDahli.
Lome, June 3. The death of Gari
baldi, which occurred hist evening, pro
duced an immense impression. The
session of the Municipal Council ad
journed on the arrival of the news, and
the performances in the theaters stopped.
A great popular demonstration of sor
row « ill he arranged. The Chamber of
Deputies will adjourn. King Humbert
sent a dispatch to Meuotti Garibaldi de
ploring t'ne loss his family aud his coun
try had sustained.
THE Orange SCALE.
A Valuable Paper from Prof. Riley
on the use ol' Kerosene to Dostroy
tho Scale Bug.
The last number of the Scientific'
American contains a valuable contribu
tion from Professor ('. V. Riley upon the
insects most destructive to the orange
and upon tho washes which have been
found most potent in destroying the
pests. Ile gives the preference to the
kerosene emulsion as an application to
destroy the scale bug, and says: "I have
for years been endeavoring to solve the
problem of the safe and etl'ective use of
kerosene to plants, because of its Wen
known superior insecticide qualities, and
now that the problem is solved, tbe rem
edy will soon find universal application,
not alone for the specific purposes here
indicated, but for most of tbe insect ills
that plants in general sutler from. '
Here is what he says about the use of
kerosene as an insecticide for citrus trees,
and the way in which it may be prepared
so as to be a safe remedy:
Kerosene. The value of (his sub
stance as an insecticide hits long been
known. Of all the light oils which I
have tried, or of which 1 have any
knowledge, it is the least injurious to
plants of tho citrus family. Refined
kerosene, separated from tho deadly
naphtha oils, has frequently been used
undiluted without injury. Crude petro
leum will destroy the bark, and even the
refined oil, if applied in tbe hot sun
shine, completely defoliates the tree.
Applied iv the shade, at sunset, or in
cloudy weather, 1 have never known
any serious injury to result from its mod
erate use. The tree In Variably loses the
old and devitalized leaves, but young
and vigorous growths, especially tender
sprouts and budding leaves, are entirely
unharmed by it. Nevertheless, so many
cases of loss are reported that its use
undiluted must be considered dangerous,
in very line spray, and with proper pre
cautions, pure kerosene can probably be
used with impunity; but all attempt* to
apply it in small quantities, with other
liquids, by daahing them together,should
be discouraged as dangerous, or at best
unsatisfactory, since it is impossible in
this way to secure an even distribution
of the oil to all parts of the plant.
There is, however, a safe and ready
method of diluting kerosene and similar
oils, and of tendering them miscible
with water. This method was lirst in
dicated by me in speuking of the cotton
worm in tho Scientilic American for
October 10, 1880, as follows:
"Nothing is more deadly to the insect
in nil stages than kerosene or oils of
any kind, nnd they an' the only lub
stunees wjt.li which we may hope to de
stroy the eggs. In this connection the
difficulty of diluting them, from the
fact they do not mix well with water,
has heen solved hy first condoning them
with cither fresh or spoiled milk to
form an emulsion, which is easily
effected; while this in turn, like milk
alone, may he diluted to any extent, so
that particles of oil will he held homo
geneously in suspension. Thus the
question of applying oils hi any desired
dilution is settled, and something pmcti
cahle from them may ho looked for."
HOW TO I'KKI'AKK IU WASJI.
Whatever want of success iv the at
tempts that have hitherto heen made to
emulsify kerosene has been solely due to
the failure to appreciate tho (rue method
of combination and the consequent use
of an imperfect and unstable emulsion.
Mr. Hubbard has had no difficulty
whatever in'making a perfectly stable
emulsion, and the secret in doing so
consists in the proper amount of churn
ing, with the exception that the oil and
milk, in any desired proportion, must be
much more violently churned for a peri
od varying, with the temperature, from
fifteen to forty-five minutes.
In Mr. Hubbard's words: "This is as
far as the process can be carried on by
stirring, or by dashing in an ordinary
churn. The product at this point will
not bear diluting with water, und sepa
rates or rises at once to tho surface. On
continued churning the liquid finally
curdles and suddenly thickens to form
a white aud glistening butter,
perfectly homogeneous in texture, and
stalile. The whole amount of both in
gredients solidities together, and there
is no whey or other residue. If, how
ever, the quantity of the mixture is
greater than can l»o kept in constant
agitation, a portion of the oil is apt to
separate at the moment of emulsilica
tion, and will require the addition of a
few ounces of milk and further churning
for its reduction. This kerosene butter
mixes readily with water, care being
taken to thin it Bnt with a small quan
tity of the liquid. The time required to
''bring the butter" varies with the tem
perature. At (HP F.| half to three
quarters' of an hour; at 75', fifteen min
utes; and the process may he still fur
ther facilitated hy heating the milk up
to, but not past, the boiling point.
Either fresh or sour milk may be used,
and the latter is even preferable. The
presence of kerosene does not prevent
or hinder the fermentation of the milk;
on standing a day or two the milk cur
dles, and although there is no separa
tion of the oil, the emulsion thickens
and hardens and requires to be stirred,
but not ohumed, until it regains its for
mer smoothness. Exposure to the air
not only permits the evaporation of the
oil, but also of the water necessary to
hold the oil in emulsion, anil the kero
sene slowly separates as the emulsion
dries up and hardens."
Tbe churning can be done very satis
factorily through an ordinary force
pump, such as the well-known aquiepult,
it being repeatedly forced from one ves
sel to another. If sour milk is used
there will be DO further fermentation,
and when kept protected from the open
air in a tight vessel, the butter endures
for any length of time. The emulsion
may be made of any desired strength, as
the quantity of milk required to hold
the od does not exceed ten per cent.
Emulsions containing over 80 per cent,
of oil are, however, not readily held iv
suspension in water on account of their
light specific gravity. Vet those con
taining less than 30 per cent, of oil lose
value as insecticides as the oil loses
some of its power in becoming emulsi
fied, in other words, the killing power
of a diluted emulsion depends not so
much on the amount used as on the per
centage of the oil contained in it. The
results of Mr. Hubbard's experiments,
which have been quite extensive, lead
him to recommend tbe following propor
tion for scale insects, though a smaller
proportion of oil will doubtless answer
for more lender and unprotected insects:
refined kerosene 2 parts, sour milk I
part -in other words, twice as much
kerosene us milk.
Churn until the whole solidifies and
forms an ivory white, glistening butter,
as thick as ordinary butter at a tempera
ture of To" P. If the temperature of the
air falls below TO', warm the milk to
blood heat before adding the oil.
In applications for scale insects the
kerosene batter should be diluted with
water from 12 to Iti times, or 1 pint of
the butter to '1\ oallons for chaff scales;
I pint of butter to "J gallons for long
scale. The diluted wash resembles milk,
and if allowed to stand, iv two or three
hours the emulsion rises as a cream to
the surface. Tbe butter should, there
fore, be diluted only as needed for lm*
mediate use, and the mixture should be
stirred from time to time. A wash pre
pared in accordance with the aliove
directions will kill with certainty all the
coeeids and their eggs under scales with
which it can be brought into contact. No
preparation known will, however, re
move the scales themselves from the
tree, or in any way reveal to the unas
sisted eye the condition of the insects
within. This can lie ascertained only
by microscopic examination of detached
scales. Time alone, and tbe coudition of
the tree itself, will indicate the result of an
application.
Kerosene, it is true, loosens tbe scales
from the bark, so that for a time they
are readily brushed oil', but tbey after
ward become more tirinly adherent, and
are very gradually removed by tbe ac
tion of the weather. Upon trees thickly
infested, a large portion of the scales are
so completely covered up by the over
lapping of other scales, or the webbing
together of leaves by spiders anil other
insects, that the wash cannot be brought
into direct contact with them, and they
are only reached, if at all, by the pene
trating ation of the oil. This takes place
gradually, and the number of bark-lice
killed increases for'some time after
an application, reaching the maximum,
in the case of kerosene, about the tilth
day.
Judson, Gillette & Gibson,
Examiners of Title and
Conveyancers,
BOMS* 13 and 14, McDonald Block, Main Street,
LOS ANOELES, CAL.
seplltf
H. Newmark & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Dealers in Wool, Grain, Hides.
11, 13 and 15 LOS ANGELES BTRBET.
MM
Phineas Banning,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENT,
" WILMINGTON, Los Angeles County, Cal
Vessels towed, goods lightered, lundier sold
and grain stored, with
ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS.
•eftt
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.,
Lumber Dealers,

ALAMEDA STREET,
Rot ween Mucy antl Chavez Streets,
DKALKRS IN
DOORS, WINDOWS,
HLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS. LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES.
-AT
PERRY, WOODWORTH A CO S
LUMBER YARDS
AND PLANING MILLS,
No. 16 Commercial Street, near Railroad Depot,
mr-tttf
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY HOMING, JUNE 4, 1882.
WANTS -LOST FOUND.
WANTED.
A man, married or single, to work on a fruit
ranch. Must he willing to make himself gener
ally useful. Address,
je2 lw Lock liox 70. Riverside, Onl.
LADY'S NURSE.
MIIS. RADII HUNTER, lady's nurse, on Hill
street, in rear of Dr. Sawyer's residence. in3l-lw
NURSE WANTED.
To care for a child two rears of |n Address
.1. It. DOBBINS, 8m Gabriel msi-lw
WANTED.
A GOOD SORER MAN, who understands farm
work, driving anil the care of stis'k. Apply to
WM. BANNING, 3mi r Wilmington. iny.'Otf
NOTICE ESTRAY.
S Taken up, at Gorman Station, a ldack mare, off
fore foot and near hind white, white striiw down
face; no brand. Etupure at the P. <)., Gorman's
Station. jel-4w
FURNISHED ROOMS,
Pleasantly located and neatly furnished,
TO LET, SINGLE OU EN SUITE,
Corner Eirst and Eranklin streets, one block from
Postoliiee. d:tltf
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
FOR RENT.
A Two-story Dwelling house, with twelve large
rooms, handsomely linished, at Santa Monica.
Terms reasonable. Apply to
WALTER D. STEPHENSON,
je No. 8 Temple Block.
Furniture for Sale
of honseof ten rooms, consisting of one walnut
parlor set, walnut bed room sets and ilium- room
and kitchen furniture, with gas chandeliers.
Can be seen at 170 Main street. Sold at private
BftUt only. m3u-2w
PASTURE TO LET.
Fine sheep or cattle pusture, with abundance of.
water, in San Goffonio Pass, San Hem inline
county. For particulars apply to ROBERT S.
BAKEB, at ids office, in Arcadia Block, Los An
geles street. my23tf
ROOMS AND BOARD.
desirable ROOMS, en suite or single, with
hoard, can be had at Mlts. WHITNEY'S. No. 35
SIXTH STREET. my Is lin
FZ(\ r\r)C) SEEDLING ORANUE TREES,
*J\Jf \J\J\J ivnmd American reed, for sale
at MRS. H. SHAW'S M KSERY, on San Padre
street, below Adams st. P. It. liox 1405, Los An
gcles, Cal. mhl lm
Kimball Mansion,
NEW MICH STREET, LOS ANOELES, CAL.
SPACIOI'S PARLORS, Fine Suites and Large
Single Sumo Rooms, containing all modem con
venienivs.
TIIE TABLE supplied with the best the market
affords.
fetStl MRS. M. If. KIMBALL, Prop.
HOTELS.
Cosmopolitan Hotel.
First-Class.
THK FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA.
HAMMEL B DENKER, Proprietors.
This is the only reliably first class hotel, is sit
uated iv the center of the city of Los Angeles,
contains nearly a hundred spacious and airy
rooms, newly furnished in the most comfortable
style. Rooms iv suites for tannics and parties ou
SVefy Moor, with hot und mid baths.
THE TABLE will always lie furnished with the
best supplies that can be procured in the market.
A fmIhOOAOB is always on hand lo carry
guests to the house.
No pains spared to make guests comfortable in
every way. •
A LARUE READING ROOM open night and
day.
HENRY H AMMEL,
myl7tf A. H. HUNKER.
SANTA MONICA HOTEL
Santa Monica, Cal.
BOOR & HODGSON, : : : Pkopriktoks.
A first class Hotel, situated only 100 yards from
the beach and depot, commanding a magnificent
view of tho ocean, climate charming, both iv
w inter and summer.
This favorite seaside 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 heach directly in front
of the Hotel.
Rooms can be secured before arrival by tele
gram. Address,
myllttf tOOn* HODGSON.
THE COMMERCIAL
RESTAURANT,
V. DOL, Proprietor,
DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREET.
Receives alive and serves up every day the
choicest EISH, including SOLE, TCRISOT and
SEA TROUT.
MR. DOL is the exclusive consignee of the cel
ebrated KROMAGE DE BRIE, which can only be
h id at this restaurant.
SPRING CHICKENS, Just in from the ranches,
cooked in every style.
This restaurant is Los Angeles's Delmonieo.
myltf
Eugene's Restaurant,
Corner Arizona Avenue anil Second Sts.,
SANTA MONICA,
MTBBMQB DINNERS served to parties or
singly on short notice.
FRENCH CLARETS and other wines always on
hand.
ROOMS, furnish. .1 or untarnished, to rent.
fel7 0m EUGENE AUN.
COLONADB HOUSE,
HAN FRANCISCO.
UN MARKET STREET.- Sunny bay-window
suites, with board; to Eastern and country trav
elers we call attention to this elegant, Hrst-class
house; suites, with hoard, *70 to $S0; single, SS
to Sill per week, with board; by day, $1.25, t1.60
and #2; Market street cars pass the door. ap'27-lm
J. 8. SHOOBERT. TRCXTI N BEALEI
H. W. WOODWARD.
SHOQBERT & BEALE,
WOOL
Commission Merchants,
40S & 407 MONTCOMERY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO.
ILLIBERAL ADVANCES made on consign
ments.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
Steamship Company.
GOOD ALL, PERKINS & CO., General Agents
SAN FRANCISCO.
NORTHERN ROUTES.
STEAMERS LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO
Eor Wrangle. Sitka and Harrisburg, Alaska; and
Nanaiino and New Westminster, B. C, as ad
vertised in San Eraneiseo newspapers.
For Victoria, Port Tow nseiid, Seattle, Tacoma,
St. ilacooni and Olvmpia on tho 10th, 20th and
30th of each month: except when those dates
fall on Sunday, Steamers one da) earlier.
Eor Astoria and Portland, June'3d and even
four days thereafter.
Eor Eureka, Areata and Hookton, e\erv Wednes
day.
For Point Arena, Cuffy's Cove, Little River and
Mendocino CHy, every Monday.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
TIME TABLE FOR JUNE.
Coxisu Sot'Tii. Goi.so ffnim
Stkahkks. RJ Mi * fx •« Ij
If fill ' tit II
r 0.3 3 0.3 ' 3
Orizaba ... May 30 June 1 June 3 Juno f>
Ancon June 5 " 7 " 0 " 11
Orizaba ... " lo " II '• U " 10
Ancon " 151 " 17 " ly " 21
Orizaba .. " '201 " It " t>4 ■■ 'JO
Ancon " 25 " 27 " 2U July 1
Orizaba... " 30 July I July 4 " 0
Ancon Inly 5 " 7 " 0 " 11
Both steamships call at Tort Harford (San
Luis Obispo) and Santa Rarbara.
Passengers for San Diego take tho train that
leaves Los Angeles for Wiliniugion at 4:l. r > p. M.,
Los Angeles time.
fsr'Passeiigors going north Like the train
lot'Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at 10:60
o clock A. M., Los Angeles time.
Rates of Fare from Los Angeles:
Cabin. Steerage.
To San Francisco, Monterey
or Santa Cruz $15 $10
To Port Harford II 1)
To Santa liarbara 8 It
To San Diego 8 'tl
Jfcj/'Plans of Steamers' I 'abins at Agent's office,
when- berths may be secured.
For Way Ports.
The steamer LOS ANGELES leaves Sau Bue
naventura for San Francisco every Friday, ratt
ing at Santa Barabara Caviota, Cayucon, Baa
Simeon, Monterey and Santa Cruz.
For Newport Landing, via Santa Cruz, etc.,
freight steamers leave San Francisco about every
two weeks, as tides serve on the Newport bar.
The Company reserves the right to change the
steamers or their days of sailing
MTFOI PASSAGE OR FREIGHT AS ABOVE,
OR FOR tickets to and from
All Important Points in Europe,
Or for Exchange on Europe,
APLLY TO
H. McLELLAN, : : : Agent.
(lllice—No. 6 Commercial St., Los Angeles.
S. P. E». R.
TIME SCHEDULE.
Saturday, April Bth, 1882,
Trains leave and are due to arrive at
□COS AXffajBX.ES
an kou.owt:
i.k.vvk 0 arrive
roR DhSTINATIOS. MOM.
8:25 a. a Colton 4:45 p. a.
"2:30 p. a Colton 'tf:4o a. it.
8:25 A. M. ( Denting | Express 4:45 P. M.
. and -
5:30 p. vt. ( Baft. I Emigrant 4:15 a. a.
8:25 A. a El Paso and East 4:45 p. M.
5:15 p. a. i San Francisco j Express. 7:55 a.m.
• I or ■
8:45 a. H. ( Sacramento. ,1 Euugr'iit 3:10 p. m.
0:35 A. vi .Santa Ana and Anaheim. 4:00 P. M.
4:50 p. m .Santa Ana aud Anaheim. 8:20 a. m.
MO a. a Santa Monica 8:15 a. m.
"5:00 p. a Santa Monica '4:00 p. a.
t5:50 p. it Santa Monica 15:30 P. it.
10:S5 a. a Wilmington 2:20 p. a.
4:00 p. a Wilmington 0:15 A. v.
"Sundays excepted. tSundnys only.
T. H. QOODMAN,
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, tad all kinds of claims.
C. WHITE, Attorney at Law.
A-fßooin SJ Temple Blook. uJO-lj
ALBERT BROWN,
UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER,
NO. 34 MAIN STREET, ADJOINING
RAKER BLOCK.
EMBALMING and SHIPPING a spe
cialty. Telephone connection with
•tore and house.
E. A. DsCAMP is connected with
this house. This is the only house in
the city that has no connection with
agents or branch houses. ap22tf
MEABBE FURNISHED FREE.
J. F. FULLARTON,
REMOVED TO 69 PORT STREET.
Accountant, Collector.Copyi.i. Hoops opened,
kept or written up. Commissions executed, buy
ing or selling. Reasonable ttraii. Highest ref-
orders attended to. mart tf
NKW ADVERTISEM F.NTS.
J- O. 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 soils his goods a little cheaper to secure the cash Trade.
BfO- S3 IVIAIIV STREET. apr2o-lm
E. MARTIN & 00.7
Wholesale Liquor and Wine Dealers,
24 M*in Street, Baker Block, Los Angeles Cal.
(A branch or Uie oldest and largest San Francisco liquor house of
the same Arm uanie.)
The attention of the country jobbing and saloon trade
s invited to the rine and fully assorted stock of
Whiskies, Brandies fo£B#)> 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.,
m,s; Baker Block, Los Angeles.
Sharp, Bloeser & Ullman,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Carpets db I^iJii*iaitxx:r©
AND
Practical Upholsterers and Decorators.
, _I,
s
We have just received large consignments of all classes ami grades of goods in
our line. 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 OI>i) CHAIR FRAMES, which we
opholster to order.
Lambrequins, Window Cornices, Fancy Shades, and all kinds of Unique and
Rich Upholstering n specialty.
Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Furniture and Bedding at Bed
Rock Prices. Cull and examine nnd get our prices.
134 Main Street, opposite Old Stand,
tkTV. O. Box 796. dSOIf LOS ANGELES.
REDLA NDS.
The Most Celebrated Colony in the State!
HEALTHFUL CLIMATE ! RICH SOIL!
Abundant Water!
The owners of the Redlands tract, having disposed of a large of Ibsh
lands, now Offer for sale
50 ACRES ONLY, AT $125 PER ACRE.
This being all that will be offered for the present season. The soil is rich and es]ieeia]ly adapted t*
the grow th of trees and vines. The title to the land is V. S. Patent and hevond question. The
WATER BIGHT is ample and is sold with the land. The situation of the REDLANDS is thu finest
in the San Bernardino Valley, the view being unequaled and the elevation •„-.»»> feet above the level
of the sea. The climate is unsurpassed, the location betas; so far inland that fogs and northers an
almost unknown.
fyPostoftice address, San Bernardino, Cal.
jTjnsonar «te brown.
REDLANDS, Cal., April 10,1882.
"The tract of land is finely located and the soil all that can lie desired, wnile the system of owner
ship and arrangement of the water is the most complete ever yet offered to the irrigating public of
Southern California."- Riverside Press and Horticulturist.
'■ Hollands is made up of a compact soil largely coni]>osed of the sittings of glacial mud and' con
taining a large proportion of the soil elements es)>ecially adapted to the choicer kinds of fruits. Tliat
a grand success awaits the holders-on is certain, whore no natural element ol success is wanting."—
Correspondence San Fraucisco Bulletin. lnlOtf
NOTICE.
During my absence for a few weeks as a Dele
gate from California to the American Medical As
sociation of the Vnited States.
DR. PIGNE-DTJPTJYTREN
Wilt occupy my otliee and attend to all medical
business entrusted t« hipi.
Da. H. S. ORMK, 71 Main St.
May 25, 1884. tt>2tt lm
No. 89.
$25 Reward.
We will pay the abo»e reward to any person
giving information that will convict any person
destroying tiie Verba Buena Bitten bills. XXX
Horse Medicine and Horseman's Collar Hall and
Hoof i in i tun-iii bills posted in the city and county
of Los Angeles.
H. WILLIAMS 4 CO.,
ml4-3m 3 and i> Front Ut., San Francisco.
WEEKLY HERALD. |
1'! HUSHED E'.-KRi SATIRDAY MOR.VIUft. ft I
TERMS:
One year, by mail or express, one copy $8.00 -
Six month*, by mail or express 1.76
Three months, by mull or en press 1-00
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted st reasonable rater.
/taTAH kinds of .lob Work done to compete «lth
Sun Francisco in price, style and elegance ut ,
workmanship.
BANKING. HOUSES.
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS'
jB ASTK
OF LOB ANCELES.
Capital, : : : : $200,000
Surplus anil Reserve Fund, : 2.50,000
I
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
L. C. lifMinwiN Vice-President
J«'«N MILNER !
board ok directors:
Isaiab W. Hellman, John 8. Grikkin
<». W. Childs, («. E. Thorn,
Phil Gassier. D,.m. Amebtot
Jose Mascakri,.
EXOHANOB
tor sale ox
New York, London, Frankfort,
Dublin, Paris and Berlin.
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Certificates.
' '111
Buy and Sell Legal Tenders, Govern
ment, State, County and
City Bonds.
First National Bank
OP LOS ANGELES.
Capital Stock. $100000
Surplus. : : :_ :' : 'IfgoOO
:': : President
WM. LACY, : : : : : Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
•fc Hollenbeck, J. F. Crank, H. Mabory
O. S. WmiSRBT, E. F. Spejice.
stockholders:
o A aw H W,LCOX ' D *- ,f - H Mc Don alp,
o. S. WiTiiKßßv, James MtCor,
V £.' , c r RAJiK ' Ceorub Orddes
J. E. Hollenbeck, |. I.axkershm,
H. Mabi sr, A. W. V ail,
woods Mabi rv, S. h. Mott
E. F. Stench ' o4tf
COUNTY BANK,
Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
CAPITAL STOCK, PAID UP, «100,000.
Reserve Fund, $200,000.
P a Sawp U oN President.
h .' B J™„, Vice-President.
• L - MacNEIL Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
v S »' s , L , ArBO!f . A. W. Bowmas, .
•„ A ;,"oovkb, Robert S. Baker,
' T . «J»oiwa W. Prescott,
R. M. WID.NEY.
\£TvJ;'I A ? DS ! iLLJ r? c, .' A 1 00 »»" Francisco,
-New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort.
StatfstVEu^ 80 " Pl,rtS ° f the Unitod
\J? Monet on open account and certif
soci¥t^^6ti(seBl
A Masonic Notice.
Los Anoeles Loikie No. 42, F. fc A
M. -The stated meetings of this Lodge
are held on the first MONDAY of each
month at 7:30 r. m. Members of Pentalpha No
202, and all Master Masons in good standinir are
cordially invited. ■» »
By order of the W:- M ■
Los Angeles Lodge No. 35,1 0. 0. P.
LAH 'needing held on Wednesday
cremng of each week at 7:30 o'clock.
Sojourning brethren in g.xsl standing are cordial
ly invited.
WALTER D. STEVENSON, N. G.
A. Frank R, S.
Los Angeles No. 33, R:-
Stated convocations on first MONDAY of each
month. "X p. m., at Masonic Hall. Sojourning
companions in good standing conliallly invited
By order of A. W. EDELMAN, H. P.
Sam. Praiiek, Secretary.
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal
and Select Masters, P. & A ML
Holds its stated assemblies on tho 4th Mon
day of each month at Masonic Hall, at 7,30 r. v.
Sojourning Companions in good standing are
fraternally invited to attend.
By order of theTh". IB.
R. 0. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder.
~k7 of p.
Olive Ix>dor No. 26. Meet first and third
THURSDAYS in the month at Odd Fellows" Hall,
P. O. Building. Sojourning KnighU invited.
J. R. SI MMERS, C. C.
■ A. DeCamp, K. of K. and S. Jal-ly
Knights Templar.
C<ki'r D» Lion Comjiandrrv no. 8, X: • T: •
Holds its stated conclaves at the asylum in Ma
sonic Hall, on the Third THURSDAY ol each
month, at 7} o'clock r. a. Sojourning KnighU
Templar in good standing are cordially invited to
attend. By order of the E: •C.
N. Knickerbocker, Recorder.
American Legion of Honor.
Safety Coi sen,. No. 1104, meets first, and Third
Tuesday evenings of each month at rooms SO and
87, Temple Block.
M. L. WICKS, Command rag-.
T. L. Nolte, Secretary. aps-Sm
Eagle Corps, N. O. a
Reoilar meetings at the Armory, Court
street, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
W. H. 11. RI'SSELL,
Captain Commanding.
C. A. Kbtleb, First Sargeant. Je24 tf
Confidence Engine Company.
r £ffj\ Reoilar meetings of thisCompa
"H^Jjn*^, anv on the fi rst Wedesday evening
of each month, at 7:Sooelock.
X.v ""'t, MARK JONES, Secretary.
Capitol Bakery
AND
CONFECTIONERY.
SPRING STREET, below the rottoffice.
*3TWEDDINO CAKES AND FANCY CAKES
of all styles always on hand.
NOVELTIES for all oooa
lione. Oive me a call.
d 7 tf H. SCHUMACHER.
■League of Freedom.
Monthly meeting* every First "uaaay of tbe
in. .Nt h at 8 r. a. at Turn Hall,
dzttf R CL WITSK, Secretary

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