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Published every morning, except Monday, by JOSEPH D. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mail or express 810.00 Six months, by mail or express 5.00 T iree months 2.60 Dklivrkkd Br Cakkikiis, IBS Wekk, 25c. LATE TELEGRAMS. ISPECIAL TO THE HERALD.] Passe ngers by the Ancon. San Francisco, June s.—The steamer Ancon sailed this morning at 1) o'clock, with the following passengersjfor Los An geles: Belle Robbins, C II Ham, wife ami son; Howard Kibbe, Miss D Merrill, Miss D Longhran, Miss M Metzberry, S E Mezes, Miss Roberts, Florence Hay, Marion Hay, N (1 Peterson, Henry Brondis, J \V Ivlerkle, Mrs Irwin, Miss Irwin, Miss Merkle, Louis Lissak, R Stronss, C O Brown, A Longman, Miss J Wolfe, Mis H Seigel, Mrs N Cole Jr, Nathan Cole Jr, Miss Ida Sheets, A Me- Kusker, Win 1' Bergin. Ili'.ii al and Fatal Drunken Fracas, San Francisco, June s.—Shortly after midnight Jas. MeNally was shot dead by A. J. Reardon. MeNally and John C. Median, both in liquor, entered Rear don's saloon at the corner of Army street and the San Bruno road. Meehati be gan quarrelling with Reardon about a debt he owed him. Reardon ordered them out and a row ensued. Reardon was knocked down and kicked by his assailants, when he tired, hitting Me- Nally near the heart, killing him. Mee han continued kicking Reardon, when the latter's thirteen-year-old daughter ran out of her bedroom and attacked Median with a beer glass, gashing his head, when he fled the premises. »: ticket lie port. Sax Francisco, June s.—Wheat dull; SI.OT 'ife 1-70. Barley-quiet and steady; No. 1 feed, $1,724) No. 1 brew ing, email@example.com; No. 1 chevalier, $1.70. Oats-No. I, 11.90; No. 2, $1.85. Corn —Yellow, $1.75. Hay-412,00® 15.00. Bran—sl7.oo. Potatoes—naw, $1.25(1 $1.75. Fatal Cumin! I y The Kleetiou lv Oreuon. Portland, June 5. A Dayton, W.T., special says; Win. Pearse, living on Assiboine Crook, was accidentally ahoi and killed by Ins brother, three days *80. i'iie election here is being conducted very quietly, both parties working very bard, Tho weather la tine oil over the Slate.aud a very full vote will lie polled. Four out of BYBry live ballots are scratched. If.-v.th o: \V. I'iu ii. -vi. wart. Boston, June 5. —Prof. *W. Frank Stewart, of .Nevada, died :il mo Craw ford House this forenoon, after a short illness, Previous to is/y no lived in California and Nevada for uiany years, where he was minor, editor, State .Sena tor and mining expert, (for tbe past year he has been in teres tod in milling in terests in Maine. Et.-turned fo Work. New York, June 5. —Fifteen hundred boiler makers returned to work this morning. Men Found io Hepiare Mti-ikc. ■ . Clkveland, June 5. -The Clevelantl rolling-mills at Newburgh, started up this morning. About SIX) men are at work. No violence has yet occurred, but trouble is brewing. A Vessel Suppose.! to have 4>oue Down, CHICAOO, June 4.- A South Haven special says that a board, bearing the name "Belle Richmond," came ashore there this evening, and it is feared that she has gone down with the crew. Marine Disaster. South Haven, Mich., June 4. --This evening the schooner "Industry," from St. Joseph, was capsized just north of this harbor. All on board were drowned. Ttvo Murdered Men. Mooukiiead, Minn., June s.—The bodies of two murdered men, Mr. Wash ington and Fred. Fehrerbaek, were found in Redeey, 17 miles north of Per ham, on Saturday. Washington was killed with buckshot and Fehrerbaek had his throat cut and a bullet wound in his left chest, and a wound from a club. Washington was a surveyor, and lived at Bay City, Michigan. F'ehrerback lived near here. John Tibbet, aged 15, is suspected of the murders. Another Disastrous -storm. Peters kv kg, Va., June 4. —A storm this afternoon, extending from Halifax to Garrysburg, North Carolina, leveled houses, trees and fences. In the wreck of ono house here two children were killed. Hailstones as large as a man's list fell, damaging the ci'ops seriously. A Tow n Destroyed by Fire, Tuscaloosa, June 4.—The town of Epis, in Sumpter county, Ala., was al most totally destroyed by tire last night. A crowd of drunken negroes, who had been driven out of town, after nightfall returned and set tire to the place. The 4>rnnd I'ri.x Won by Hi in c. Paris, June 4.—The Grand Prix de Varis for three-year-old colts and tillies, a mile and seveh furlongs, was run to day and won by Bruce, Feneloti second, Alhambra third, rveene's Romeo met with an accident this morning, and in consequence he did not run. The win ner of the race is an English horse, and was ridden by Archer. FROM THE CAPITAL. Budget of Political and Other Xem from Washington. GUITEAU's LAST HOPE UONE. Washington, June s.—Chief Justice Carter aud Judges James and linger, constituting the Conrt in bane, to-day rendered their decision upon the last motion filed by Reed in (iuiteau'a be half. The Chief Justice delivered the decision as follows: "In the ease of Guiteau the Judges who listened to the argument on that case have come to the conclusion that they have exhausted their powers upon it; that they have heard it patiently, fully and fairly, and that re-argument wonld bring no other conclusion than that already arrived at, and they therefore decline to reopen the case for argument. Washington, Jnno 4. —The presi dent has returned to Washington, and he is not expected to leave again until nfter Congress adjourns. STAR ROUTE. Col. Bliss resumed his opening address to the jury in the Star route cases this morning. FALSE RUMORS. New York, June 4.— The Tri bune's Washington special says: There is no truth whatever in the re port that George C. Gorham is to be ap pointed Assistant Secretary of the In terior, nor in the one that ex-Senator Paddock is to be made Commissioner of Indian Affairs. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. VOL. XVII. Jefferson's remains. The New York Timet says that the Richmond proposition, to remove the body of Jefferson from the old grave yard at Mouticello to the cemetery at Washington, meets with widespread in dignation in Virginia. Arrival of Princess Louise. Quebec, June 4.—Princess Ijouiso ar rived to-night in the Sarniatian. How the Death or Uaribaldi aim Received by the Pope. Rome, June s.—The Pope, on hearing of the death of Garibaldi, remained si lent for awhile, then raising his eyes to heaven, said: "There has goue another figure of the revolution; oh, God, be merciful to him." The Voce <<V//a Virita says: "Garibaldi was one of the most determined but also the frankest of our adversaries. Not from him came the heaviest blows and fitterest troubles. He was no hypocrite. May the prayers of his pious mother havo smoothed the last moments of her son's agitated life." liiurlbaltlUM Body to be Cremated. Caprera, June 5.- Gen. (iaribaldi's family will obey the injunctions of his will, and the ceremony of cremation will bo performed by Signor Prundinu. Horsford's Acid Phosphate IN LIVER AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. Dr. 0. G. Cilley, Boston, says: "I have used it very extensively, and with the most remarkable success in dyspep sia and in all eases where there is de rangement of the liver and kidneys. J nelson, Gillette & Gibson, Examiners of Title and Conveyancers, Roams 18 and 11, McDonald Rock, Main Street, LOS ANGELES, CAL. H. Newmark & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, IVuiois i:i Wii.'i, QAiilli tfjilfli 11, 13 am] io [AMANUELEB STREET. jo3if Phineas Banning, WILMINGTON, l.is Angela* Omuly, Cal. VesseU loWfld, gixkls lightered, lumber sulj Md grain stored, with ACCLSTOMED I'IOiMPTNKSS. ocTU J. M. GRIFFITH & CO., Lumber Dealers, ALAMEDA STREET, Between Maey and Chavez Streeln, DBALBM I N DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINOLKS, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKIOS, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES. —A T PERRY, WOODWORTH & COS LUMBEE YARDS AND PLANING MILLS, No. 10 Commercial Street, near Railroad Depot. mrzOtf (INCORPORATED 1504.) FIRE ONLY. lIOIVTE SIVTUAIi Insurance Company, NO. 400 CALIFORNIA STREET, San Francisco. JANUARY 1, 1831. CAPITAL, paid up iv Cold Coin $300,0(0 Reinsurance Reserve #174,980 to ASSKTS, January 1, 1881 S 042,841 00 Income, 12 months 340,041 00 Premiums since organization - - - - 3,521,232 23 Losses since organization 1,035,202 84 President ----- J. F, HOUGHTON Vice President ----- L. L, MAKER Secretary ------ CHAS. li. STORY General Agent ----- R. H. MAO ILL CHAS. V. HALL, Agent, No 3 Los Augeles street, Arcadia Block, Let Angeles. apr2U-tf FOR SALE. TWENTY BUILDING LOTS MORRIS VINEYARD TRACT. Size of Lots, 51x130 feet. Price, $200 Each. This property will be in the market for sixty days. For further particulars apply to B. COHN, Comer of Los Angeles and Commercial Streets. mylS-lm l no & to,, San Francisco, San Jose and Los Angeles, PRODUCE, SHIPPING AND COMMIS SION MERCHANTS. Oranges and Lemons. . Eastern and interior trade supplied with 1 CAR-LOAD LOTS And hy smaller quantities. Fruit picked and pocked fresh from orchards. • Apples, grapes, etc., iv their season. Corrospond ■ ence solicited. ADDRESS: P 0. Box ISBB, P. 0. Box 1212, San Francisco. Los Angeles. , ORANGE ORCHARDS BOUGHT. ' 'all at Yard, south and of New Lot Angeles St. Jstf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Homes for Sale IU THE —■ HIGHLAND VIEW TRACT. G. W. Morgan Is now prepared to offer to purchasers line home tracts of from 21 to 20 acres anil upwards in the recent purchase from Mrs. Hunter. These lands are un the north of our city and are hounded on J lie cast by the Arroyo Seco and on the west by the Los Anireles river. THE EAST LOS ANGELES DITCH Covers about FIVE HUNDRED ACRES WITH IRRIGATION. We have had these lauds SUBDIVIDED and AVENUES are laid out advantageously. A lot has been set apart for a public school and relig ious purposes. We believe that purchasers can better suit themselves in the Hunter Highland View Tract Than anywhere else in the county, all things considered. G. W. MORCAN, - - SOLE AGENT, No. 55 Temple Block. niyio M. W. CHILDS, Hardware Emporium, No. 21 Los Angeles Street. HEALER IX STOVES j. RANGES, HARDWARE, Agricultural Implements, Force ami Lift Pumps, Bobber Hus Crockery ami Glassware-, Iron an.l Leal I'ijm. rfolo Agent for tbo Not man Range. gM '.Manufacturer of Tin, Copper an.l Sheet Irion ware and Arte-dan well pip*. la ail its branahm dons to ordor with neatness and dispatch. d'Jl ;im R. W. PRIDHAM, 13 O O ~HL- B 13NT IDE TR. AND MANUFACTURER of BLANK BOOKS Account liooks, STATIONERY, ETC. Speeinl attention giveu to Illustrated Works, Magazines, Music, etc. This establisluneiit is furnished with new ma terial and machinery, and will ilowork as cheaply and us well as the San fraucisco binderies. 54 SPRING STREET LOS ANGELES, CAL. ap£tf- POR SAXVE3. THE SISTERS OT CHARITY OFFER TIIE Los Angeles Infirmary AND GROUNDS FOR SALE. The grounds are highly improved and contain a large number of bearing orango, lemon and deciduous fruit trees. The Infirmary still continues open for the re ception of invalids. i-jTl'or terms apply on the prumisos. j»7 tf D. K. Houghtelin, FORWARDING an.l COMMISSION MERCHANT. Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of Kish, Game, Poultry and Country I'joduce and Lubricating and Illuminating Oils. CASH PAH) FOR ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE. NO. 70 SPRING STREET, Corner of First, Los Angoles, Cal P. O. Box 1391. All orders must be accompanied liv cash or or red C. O. D. 11l $n dim SIOOO REWA RD! Will be paid by the proprietors of Horse Medicine To any one who can prove that they do not use Pl'ltE Alcohol, Camphor, Oils of Areganuiii, Hemlock, Cedar, Sassafrass, Turpentine, Tar, and Tinctures of Cajisicuui, Opium and Ammonia, making the XXX the Best Liniment in Use For Sprains, llruises, Lameness of all kinds, Swelling and Stiff Joints, Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Lame Backs or Sore Throats. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, in 50c. and tl bottles, and in larger bottles than any other Horse Medicine in the market. H. WILLIAMS A CO., 3 an d 5 Front St., San Francisco. A Card to the Public. Los Anuslks, May Uth, 1882 I have used the XXX Horse Medicine in my stables for the last three years, and always recommend the XXX To my friends, and can say with satisfaction to my friends and customers, after having tried all Horse Medicines in the market, that the XXX is the Best Liniment that, I have ever used. Every Liveryman, Teamster and Fanner should keep a bottle on hand. GEO. K. BUTLER, in I tim Fashion Stables, Los Angeles. Montana Meat Market. The Pioneer Market of this City. Ml MAIN STREET, NEAR FIRST. Keeps on hand the best Beef, Veal, PorkTMnt ton, Salt Musts and all kinds of Sausages. Meats delivered to all pails of the city. A. FRANCE, mrl-Om Proprietor. LOS ANGELES, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1882. WANTS—LOST—FOUND. . WANTED. A man, married or single, to work on a fruit ranch. Must be willing to make himself gener ally useful. Address, je2lw Lock Box "0. Riverside, Cal. LADY'S NURBE. MRS. SADIE HUNTER, lady's nurse, on Hill street, in rear of Dr. Sawyer * residence. iu3l-lw NURBE WANTED. To care for a child two years of age. Address J. It. DOBBINS, San Gabriel. MBl-lW 0 WANTED. A GOOD SOltElt MAN, who understands farm work, driving and the care of stock. Apply to WM. BANNING, Jr., Wilmington. my2otf NOTICE EBTRAY. Taken up, at Gorman Station,a black mare, off fore foot and near hind white, white stripe down face; no brand. Enquire at the P. 0., Gorman's Station. jel-4w FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO LET, SINGLE OR EN SI'ITE, Corner First and Franklin streets, one block from Postotlice. dsitf FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR RENT. A Two-story Dwelling house, with twelve large rooms, handsomely finished, at Santa .Monica. Terms reasonable. Apply to WALTER D. STEPHENSON, je 2 lot No. s Temple Hbs-k. Furniture for Sale Of house of ten rooms, consisting of one walnut parlor set, walnut bed room sets and dining room and kitchen furniture, with gas chandeliers. Can be seen at 170 Main street. Sold at private sale oidy. 11130-2w PASTURE TO LET. Fine sheep or cattle pasture,»ith abundance of water, in nan Uorgonio Pass, San Bernardino county. For particular, upply to ROBERT S. BAKER, at bis otliee, iv Arcadia Block, Los An galea street. iiiy&itf ROOMS AND BOARD. DESIRABLE ROOKS, en suite or single, with bo.rd, can be bad at MRS. WHITNEY'S, No. 35 SIXTH BTHKKT. my!s-lm crt nnfl BKKDUKa orange trees, UvjVAW Central American aead, for sale at MRS. 11. SHAW'S M RSEIIY, on San Pedro street, below Adam* St. I*. O. Box 1405, Los An geles, Cal. inhl-4m Kimball Mansion, NEW MOH STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL. SPACIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites and Large Single Sunny Rooms, containing all modern con venienccs. THE TABLE supplied with the best tbe market affords. fe22tf MRS. M. 11. KIMBALL, Prop, HOTELS. Cosmopolitan Hotel. First-Class. THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL A DENKER, Proprietors. This is the only reliably Hrst-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 for familes and parties on every floor, with hot and oold baths. THE TABLE will always be furnished with the best supplies that can be procured iv the market. A FREE COACH is always on hand to carry guests to the house. No pains sjiared to make guests comfortable iv every way. A LARGE READING ROOM open night and day. HENRY HAMMEL, myl7tf A. 11. DENKER. SANTA MONICA HOTEL Santa Monica, Cal. SCOTT Hi HODGSON, : : : : PiioiMiiKToßs. 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 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 beach directly in front of the Hotel. Rooms can be secured before arrival by tele gram. Address, inylStf SCOTT Si HODGSON. THE COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT, V. DOL, Proprietor, DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREET. Receives alive and serves up every day the choicest FISH, including SOLE, TL'RBOT and SEA TROUT. MR. DOL is the exclusive consignee of the eel , ebrated FROMAGE DE BRIE, which can only be ' had at this restaurant. SPRING CHICKENS, just In from the ranchos, cooked in every style. This restaurant is Los Angeles's Delnionico. myltf Eugene's Restaurant, : Corner Arizona Avenue and Second Sts., | SANTA MONICA 4#"FRENCII DINNERS served to parties or singly on short notice. FRENCH CLARETS and other wines always on hand. ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, to rent. fel7 mm EUGENE AUN. 1 _ r J. S. SHOOBERT. TRUXTL'N BEALE* X W. WOODWARD. SHOOBERT & BEALE, WOOL ' Commission Merchants, i 405 A 407 MONTGOMERY STREET, i I SAN FRANCISCu. . i ADVANCES made on consign mints. NOTICE. I herehy notify the puhlic that I will not be responsible, from this date, for any debts contracted by my wife, with i. out my written authorization. HENRY KRUMDICK. je2-lw LINES OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST Steamship Company. i . (JOUDALL, PERKINS & CO., General Agents SAN FRANCISCO. NORTHERN ROUTES. STEAMERS LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO i For Wrangle, Sitka an<l Harrisburg, Alaska; and Nanaimo and New Westminster, B. C, aa ad vertised in San Francisco newspapers. For Victoria, Port Townsend, Seattle, -Tacoma, Stcilacooin and Olympia on the 10th, 20th and 30th of each month: except when those dates fall on Sunday, Steamers one day earlier. For Astoria and Portland, June 3d and every i four days thereafter. For Eureka, Areata and Hooktou, every Wednes day. For Point Arena, Cutty's Cove, Little River and Mendocino City, every Monday. SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIME TABLE FOR JUNE. c un mi Sei i n Goi.no North. 2 2 3 8 fjf! ?| srKAMKRs. II q» Q,t 6 a.S Iff S2s> cc <3 as a> to j? SP ? 8.3 3 8.3 3 Orizaba ... May 30 June 1 June 3 June 6 Ancon Juno 5 " 7 " 0 " 11 Orizaba... " 10 " 12 " 141 " 10 Ancon " lfj| " 17 " 10 " 21 Orizaba... " 20, " 22! " 24 •' 20 Ancon " 25 " 2" " 28 July 1 Orizaba... " 30 July 2 July 4 " 0 Ancon July 5| " 7 " 0 " 11 Both steamships call at Port Harford (San Luis Obispo) and Santa Barbara. Passengers for San Diego take the train that leaves Los Angeles for Wiliningion at 4:15 r. n., Los Angeles time. Passengers going north take the train lo) Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at 10:50 o'clock A. M., Los Angeles tune. Kates of Fare from Los Angeles: Cabin. Steerage. To San Francisco, Monterey or Santa Cruz Wa *10 To Port Harford 12 0 To Santa Barbara S 0 To San Diego so SAT PIMM of Steamers' Cabins at Agent's office, MMM berths may be secured. For Way Ports. The steamer LOS ANOELES leaves San Bue naventura for San Francisco every Friday, call ing at Santa Barabara Caviota, Cayucos, San 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 «3'for passage or freight as above, or for tickets to and from All Important Points in Europe, Or for Exchange on Europe, APLtr to H. McLBLLAN, : : Agent. Office—No. 5 Commercial St., Los Angeles. S. P. R. R. TIME SCHEDULE. Saturday, April Bth, 1882, Trains leave and arc due to arrive at LOS AIVOBLBS as kollowt: lkavk arrivk for dk.stlxatiok. from. 8:25 A. II Colton 4:45 P. M. •2:30 I*. M Colton «9:40 A. v. 8:25 A. m. ( Deming) Express 4:45 P. M. - and \ 5:30 p.m. (. East. ) Emigrant 4:15 a. v. 8:25 A. U El Paso and East 4:45 P. 11. 5:15 r. m. , San Francisco , Express 7:55 A. v j or - 8:45 a. m. ( Sacramento. ) Emlgr'nt 3:10 P. n. ' 0:35 a.m. .Santa Ana and Anaheim. 4:00 P. x. , 4:50 p.M. .Santa Ana and Anaheim. 8:20 A. M. 0:30 A. M Santa Monica 8:15 A. M. "5:00 r. M Santa Monica "4:00 p. v. f5:50 p. M Santa Monica , 15:30 P. M. 10:35 a. M Wilmington 2:20 p. M. 4:00 p. M Wilmington 6:15 a.m. t .— 'Sundays excepted. iSundays only. T. H. GOODMAN, Ceneral Passenger and Ticket Agent. ' A. N. TOWNE, General Superintendent. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles, -—-aar^-r---^------^ County Warrants, Etc. I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City and Conn ty Warrants, Judgments, an.l all kinds of claims, C. WHITE, Attorney at Uw. O-Rooni 49 Temple Bloak. uBO-ly ALBERT BROWN, UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER, ' NO. 34 MAIN STREET, ADJOINING BAKER BLOCK. EMBALMING and SHIPPING a spe cialty. Telephone connection with •tore 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 houaea. ap22tf ■ HEARBE FURNISHED FREE. 1 Pasadena Stages r Leave Loa Angeles at 0:30 A. M. and 3:30 p. M Leave Pasadena at 0 a. m. and Sr. M., (Sundays excepted.) Fare. SOf. TrnnUu. SOf>. Office with Riley A Graham, IJ Sprtn( Street, Loa Angeles. j3-ln NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. REMOVAL! J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. HAVE REMOVED THEIR orrios, PLAwriiva bkxXiX* A N D X.XT3IVESXSR YARD TO The East Side of Alameda Street, BETWEEN MACY AND CHAVEZ STS. j** 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 sells his goods a little cheaper to secure the cash Trade. * INTO. 53 WfeXsnWOnT STREET. apr29-lm Sharp, Bloeser & Ullman, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Ocarpets db Fiai'xiitTjLro AND Practical Upholsterers and Decorators. a We have just received large consignments of nil classes and 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 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, t&TV. 0. Box 786. dSOtf LOS ANOELES. REDLANDS. The Most Celebrated Colony in the State! HEALTHFUL CLIMATE! RICH SOIL! Abundant Water f The owners of the Redlands tract, haying disposed of a large [.portion of tLnh lands, now offer for sale 50 ACRES ONLY, AT $125 PER ACRE. This being all that will lie offered for the present season. The soil is rich and especially adapted ta the growth of trees and vines. The title to the land is U. S. Patent and beyond question. The WATER RIGHT is ample and is sold with the land. The situation of the REDLANDS is the finest in the San Bernardino Valley, the view being uncqualed and the elevation 2000 feet above the level of the sea. The climate is unsurpassed, the location being so far inland that fogs and northers are almost unknown. avrPostofrice address, San Bernardino, Cal. JTJDSOST <Ss BROWBT. REDLANDS, Cal., April 10, ISS2. "The tract of land is finely located and the soil all that can be desired, wnile the ayitom of owne ship ami arrangement of the water is the most complete ever yet offered to the irrigating public of Southern California.'—Riverside Press and Horticulturist. "Redlands is made up of a compact soil largely composed of the aiftings of glacial mud and «m -tainimr a large proportion of the soil elements especially adapted to the choicer kinds of fruits. That a n.im. a. la laitala whams* natural element, of aucceas is wanting. - Correspondence San Francisco Bulletin. TaWU NOTICE. During my absence for a few weeks as a Dele gate from California to the American Medical As sociation of the United States. DR. PIGNE-DUPUYTREN Will occupy my offlee and attend to all medical business entrusted ta him. Da. 11. S. ORME, 74 Main St. May 25, 1881. m2O-lm No. 90. $25 Reward. We will pay the abort reward to any perton giving information that will convict any person destroying the Verba Buena Bitten billt, XXX Hone Medicine and Honflnan'i Collar Call and Hoof Ointment billt potted in the city and county of Loa Angelea. H. WILLIAMS k CO., ml4-3m 3 and 6 Front St., San Francisco. WEEKLY HERALD. Published Evert Saturday Mormino. TERMS: One year, by mall or expraai, one copy W.O Six months, by mail or express 1.75 Three months, by mail or express 1.00 ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at reasonable rater. £7*All kinds of Job Work done to compete with San Francisco in price, style and elegance of workmanship. BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS* OF LOS ANGELES. Capital, $200,000 Surplus nnd Reserve Fnnd, : 250,000 ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President f L. C. GOODWIN Vice President JOHN MILNER Secretary board or directors: Isaiab W. Hellman, Jons S. Griftix, O. W. Childs, C. E. Thorn, Phil Gabnirr. Dor. Amestov Jobr Mabcarel. roR sale ox New York, London, Frankfort, Dublin, Paris and Berlin. Receive Deposits and Issue Their Certificates. Buy and Sell Legal Tenders. Govern merit, State, County and City Bonds. First National Bank OF LOS ANGELES. Capital Stock, $100,000 I Surplus, $60,000 EF. SPENCE, : : : : President WM LACY, : : : : : Cashier. directors: • J. E. Hollenbeck, J. F. Crane, H. Maburt, O. S. Witiierbt, E. F. Shwcb. stockholders: Capt. A. H. Wilcox, Dr. R. H. McDonald, O. 8. Witherby, James McCot, J. F. Crank, • Georoe Gbddes, J. E. Hollenbeck, I. Lankershim, H. Mabury, A. W. Vail, Woods Mabury, 8. H. Mott, E. F. Spence. ' oitf LOS AOTGHaXaXIfIp COUNTY BANK, Main St., Los Angeles, Cal ■ a— ■ CAPITAL STOCK, PAID UP, $100,000. Reserve Fund, $200,000. J. S. SLAUSON President R. S. BAEER Vice-Preaident. H. L. MacNEIL Cashier DIRECTOBS: J. S. Slauson, A. W. Bowman, V. A. Hoover, Robert S. Baker, J. Bixby, Georoe W. Prescott. R. M. Widney. t&TtoiY and Sell Exchange on San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort. Exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe. Money on open account and certif icate of deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. SOCIETY - NOTICES. Masonic Notice. A LOS ANOELES l/UVQT. No. 42, F. (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 standing are oordiallv invited. By order of the W:- M:- Los Angeles Lodge No. 35, L 0. 0. F. <mgrjr~ Reoi-lar mecetingheld on Wednesday mmr evening of each week at 7:80 o'clock. Sojourning brethren in good standing are cordial ly invited. WALTER D. STEVENSON, N. O. A. Frank R. S. Los Angeles No. 33, R:- Stated convocations on first "MONDAY of each month, Tj r. m., at Masonic Hall. Sojourning companions in good standing cordiaUly Invited. By order of A. W. EDELMAN, H. P. Sam. Prager, Secretary. Los Angeles Council No. 11, Royal and Select Masters,F.silL Holds its stated assemblies on the 4th Mon day of each month at Masonic Hall, at 7,80 r. M. Sojourning Companions in good standing are fraternally invited to attend. By order of theTh;. IB. R. G. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder. K. of P. Olive Lodge No. 26. Meet first and third THURSDAYS in the month at Odd Fellows' Hall, P. O. Building. Sojourning Knights invited. J. R. SUMMERS, C. C. E A. DiCamp, E. of R. and 8. jal-ly Knights Templar. Cott'R 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 7} o'clock r. M. Sojourning KnighU Templar in good standing are cordially invited to attend. By order of the E: •C. N. Enickerbocker, Recorder. American Legion of Honor. Safety Cotocil, No. 664, meets first and Third Tuesday evenings of each month at rooms 8S and 87, Temple Block. M. L. WICES, Commanding. T. L. Nolte, Secretary. ap6-Sm Eagle Corps, N. O. C. Regular meetings at the Armory, Court street, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock. W. H. H. RUSSELL, Captain Commanding. C. A. Ketler. First Sargeant. je24-tf -— - Confidence Engine Company. t Regular meetinga of this Conipa- ani on the first Wedeaday evening «i aioifci ' i h month, at 7:3ooc!ock. By order, MARE JONES, Secretary. Capitol Bakery AND CONFECTIONERY. SPRING STREET, below the Postofflce. gjTWEDDING CAKES AND FANCY CAKES of all styles always on hand. t3T ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES for all occa sions. Give me a calL > dj tf H SCHUMACHER. ( i League of Freedom. Monthly meetings every First Sunday of the . month at 8 r. M. at Turn Hall, dxetf R O. WEYSE, Secretary '