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VICE, U. S. ARMY. < Ol I.TER'S < OH Is the latest improvement. No hooks or buttons to catch or strain the kid, pull off, or pinch the wrist. They are instantly laced or unlaced by simple pulling of the cords, and fastened with a small slide. They are Without doubt the best Kid Glove made. We have them in all colors. To be had only at B. F. COULTER'S. WRAPS. We are offering bargains n Dolmans, Pellistts, Mant lets, Talmas, Capes, Rag lans, Russian Circulars, Jer seys, Ulsters, Shawls, etc. Call and examine them. COULTER'S. DRESS GOODS. LOOK AT THIS, LADIES, 500 yards Grey Debeige, 42, 44 and 46 inches, re duced fromsl.2s to $ I,from 90c. to 75c, 65c. to 50c. ;also 500 yards Colored Dress Goods reduced from 25c. to 1 to close, nt COULTER'S. Division ol Telegrams ami Iteport* for the neu rit cf CmiimiToe and Agriculture. Report ol • aiTvctioiis tilcon at bos Angelas, Cal., Juno '27 r.u.l iii l« r.ii.l an i« K loirknr' VV I S. Clear Maximum Thermometer, 81.0 Minimum TlicrinoincUT. MI.G. Mr. Robert Fnrrell, an energetic gen tleman, well known to Los Angeles, has been appointed subscription agcut for the Hkuai h. tot some time to conic ho will devote himself to the city audits immediate surroundings. W« commend him tv nil who desire (he leading daily journal published south of San Francisco. Pilsener Boer at Bob's. "Nectar" cigars, P. O. Cigar Store, tf Ice cold Pilseuer Beer at Robert Kck erts. • jell-lm Aprou and Necktie party - July 4th, Brysou Hall. The Kastern overland was mix hours lale yesterday. Just received, a carload of Pilsener Lager Beer at Bob's. jel l-ltn 11. Bessou, of Switzerland, is regis. Creel at the St. Klmo. See advertisement of wanted to lease iv our New Today column. The pi-ice of eggs has advanced to 2!) cent", with au upward tendency. Remember the Tliirty-Kights' picnic Sunday, .fui.e -*ili!i, at the City Hardens. All the druggists are selling Peck's Premium Perfumes and Elite Bouiinel. Trip it till the dawn be gray, Mirth aud music crown (be day! - Hinton. Napa Soda Lemonade at " The Bou quet," No, 7 Commercial slreet, Tom Shaw, proprietor. The Acacia Chapter, Order of the Risteru Si fir, gave a delightful social last night at Nadeau HuU. Mr. K. AllstHtter, a prominent citizen of Hamilton, Ohio, accompanied hy his wife, is at the Pico House. Alapaea and linen coats nnd dusters; largest assortment in the ('ity at the New York Clothing House. Seaside Cologne, Seaside Cologne, Seaside Cologne, Seaside Cologne, Sea side Cologne, Seaside Cologne. The sale of seats for "A Bunch of Keys" will commence at the Opera House at 10 o'clock this morning. Klegant assortment of Summer cloth ing at bedrock prices at the New York Clothing House, i:U North Main street. First class pianos and organs, now and second-hand, for sale and to rent. Vsl en tine's music store, 27 N. Main street. api27 if McDonell's immense soda fountain I*3 ruu to its full capacity to supply* the demand for iced drinks during the warm spell. 2t ju'27 The marriage license of L. W. Ilea I and K.litb K.Webster was tiled for record in the office of the County Recorder yes terday. LACE CURTAINS. ioo pairs very pretty pat terns nt greatly reduced prices. Call nnd examine be fore you purchase. COULTER'S. 1500 three-ply Linen Col lars for Cents imd Roys at loe. each, at COULTER'S. A great variety of Gents' Silk Scarfs and Ties, 100, 25c. and 50c, at COULTER'S. "The COULTER SHIRT" is without doubt the best fitting shirt you can buy. We have them laundried and unlaundried. They are made of the best material; perfect fit guaranteed and are war ranted to give satisfaction in every respect. Oon't fail to examine them. Only to be found at COULTER'S. ► Campers,Minersand House keepers are especially in vited to examine THE LOS Angeles WOOLEN MILLS RLANKETS. There are none better. They are Ab- SOLUTELY PURE WOOL made in all sizes and are now offered at lower prices than ever before. We manufac ture them r.nd know that you cannot get better values. Also make Pure Wool Flan nels and Flannel Underwear, Night Shirts and Overshirts. *Call and see and oblige B.F. COULTER, OWNER Lm Angeles Woolen Mills, Hon. O. Wiley Wells ami wife, who have heeu east for several months, re turned home lust evening by the South- Mis. Williams lectures this evening on "Shakespeare" at the lecture room of the Congregational Church, commenc ing promptly at 7:30. There wm a very pleasant ice-cream social last night at Armory Kail, that was enjoyed hy a pleasant company of ladit-s and gentlemen. Before you huy your hoys new suits for the Fourth of .Inly, see onr assort ment ami price., New York Clothing House, IM North Main atreet. The first hop of the season will bo giveu at the Santa Monica Hotel, Santa Monica, this evening, at which Mr. Scott will be pleased to see his friends. Persons having bills against the Turn verein Cennauia, on account of the re cent Bezirk Fest, are requested to pre seut them at once. See notice under New To-day. In the County Recorder's office yes terday there were riled for record nine deeds, six mortgages, six satisfactions of mortgages, one marriage license aud six miscellaneous papers. The Army and Navy I*eague have chosen Mr. J. M. (iuinn, ('amp Com mander, A. ML Thornton, V ice-Com mander, T. S. Collins, Officer of the Day, and J. li. Merrill, Adjutant. Mrs. C. K. Cooper was arraigned be fore Justice Ling yesterday on the charge of stealing a pistol, and, in de fault of $100 bail, was committed to jail to await trial at I p. m. next Monday. Boys' and children's clothing, just re ceived direct from New York, jjtgatf and nobby goods for tbe season, at aston inning low price*, nt the New York Clothing House, HI North Main street. J. B. Sanchez, formerly in the Singer Sewing Machine Company s employ, would inform his friends and customers that hn c,mi now be found at the head quarters of the "Domestic" Sewing Ma chine Company, on the corner of First and Main streets, where be would be happy to await their ordurs, j2a-4t Mrs. Chas. H. Larrahee ie in town to contest the case again*t John Andreson, executor of the estate of Chas. H. Larra bee, for an allowance from the property Of saiil estate for her support. The ques tion at issue is, whether at tbe time of Larrabee's death she was bis wife, which is denied by the executor. The hearing of the case has beta post] oned until August Iftih, to allow the executor to funiinh documentary evidence from the east.— Sun Ihmttnlino Time*. Mr. \V. W. Jenkins yesterday re turned from a vi.sit to the Casteca placer mines, about li miles northwest of the city. He was accompauied by Mr. John K. Murphy, of New York, Jona than Boyd, nf Providence, K. 1., and Kdward i. Ryland, of New York City. They bionght down from the mines some very line specimens of gold which they had washed from the placere* of Castaya. It is nnfortunate that these rich lieldj ere not worked iv a thorough manner. The following |l tha Iwt of passen gers who arrived from the Kant via the Southern Paeiiie and connections, last avening: H. H. Player, Cal.; Hani Fieht-r, B, Besaon, Switzerland; <; Wiley WolU and wife, Loi Angeles; Jennie Kepey, J. ft J. Back, San Francieco; Jus. Hurdett. A. N. Spragne, Canada; M. Hanahan, Hiicago; Christ. Hansen. Mrs. Hansen, Bishee, A. T.J H. W. Hopkins, ll Paso, Texas; J. W. Taggart, Ur. K. W. Cook, Sauta Bar l*ra, Cal. Mr. Rayles, of I.ancastcr, was in the elty yesterday. He has purchased the interest of Dr. Franklin in the store in winch he keeps the post office, and will be joined by his brother in the manage ment of mercantile business. From him we learn tbat arrangements are already made for sowing 2000 acres of wheat in Antelope valley during tbe coming fall. The wheat at that elevation in plump aud the straw ii free from fungus. The grain raised there this year ie very line. Articles of incorporation of tho South ern California l>rng Association wero Hied for record in the office of the C.Moity Chuk yesterday. The objects of tho Association are to buy and sell, compound and manufacture drugs, chemicals, etc. The capital stock of the Association is $7*1,000, divided into 3000 aha res uf the par value of $lf> each, oi which $|H."O have beeu sub inribed, a* follows- J. F. Yorba,.!. A. Bernal, Moye Wioka, Albert Rimpau, K. A. Frenael, It A. Yorba and H. S. Orme, wbo have been elected a Board of I Trustees for the first year. The Springfield, Mass., Cniou statea that Ibe telephone ia not very new, after all, and says: "A little more than fifty years ago the employes of the Arms shoo manufactory, at South Deerlield, beguiled their leisure hours by kite flying. Kilea, large nnd small, were sent up daily, nud the strife was to see who could get the largest. The twine which held them was Ihe shoe thread spun aud twisted by the ladies of tbe village. One duy to the ttil of Ihe largest kile wai ntlached it kitten, sewed in a canvas bag with netting in the mouth of it to give it air. Whou the kite was at ita greatest height—some '-DO yards or more—tha mewing of the kitten could he distinctly beard hy those hold ing the siting. To the clearness of the atmosphere was attributed the hearing of lhe kitten's voice, and no telephone patent applied for. The residence of Mr. M. P. Cutler, Public Administrator of this eounly, oil Temple street, at tbe foot of Olivo street, bas been hn| roved by tbe enter prise of its owner. Uutil recently Mr. Cutler's homo has been perched on the brow of almost a cliff, which he do- Icrmiucd to bave removed. This was done, aud tlnee thousand cubic yards of earth taken out, Mr. Cutler aud hia family remaining in the house during all Ihe time the work was going on. As lhe bouse is it two story building, tbe lowering of it by fifteen feet was a skill ful piece of work, upon the safe accom plishment of which ils owner is to be congratulated. Mr. Tihbitts engineered the job, under tbo direction of Mr. Cutler. LOCAL BREVITIES. Napa Soda Lemonade at "The Bmi □ net," No. 7 Commercial stroet, Tom Hhaw, proprietor. As the Allinnu stage waa coining down from Sunt* Barbara, Saturday night, it came very near being taken in by tbe "antl sen waved." Wbile driver S. 1.. Briggs wa, howling along on tbe beach tbia side of the Rineon, ft bttgo breaker rolled in and engulfed bia entire estab lishment, nod tbo tide Wing high he v na unable to extricate himself. The horses reared anil plunged, and broke a neck yoke in tueir struggles. Fortunately a Califnrui-tn happened to be passing at Ihe lime, horseback, nud rendered Bnggs timely service. Tho mail bags were uo li.uded aad ttte Inu-sos and stage hrought out safety, and with the exception of the neck-yoke, uo damage waa done. Ventura Jh-morrut, The Los Angeles Oai Company has contracted with the Jenny Klectric Light Company, of Fort Wayne, Indi ana, fnr the necesiary plant for making an electric light. Tbe machinery will arrive hero about the first of Angust. The company will probably attach the same plant to their works in Oakland and Stockton. This company has a large amount of materiul always ou hand that is not specially valuable for making gas but can he used for fuel in making electrical energy. So that spe cies of lii.li! appears to he marching ou continna'ly. At a regular meeting of Trf-Colof Lodge No. DO, K. of P., the following officers were elected for the term com mencing July Ist: Ceo. W, Knox, C. C. Harry P. Payne, V. C; Joseph T Richardson, Prelate; Isaac S. Smith, K. of R- and 8.l J, C. Moore, M. at A.: J. B. Brown, Trustee. This prosperous Lodge also conferred the ranks of Page aud Kaquire on several candidates, and will install ita officers at its meeting on Friday evening next. The Chinamen having occupied the hud ou each side of the M. K. Church on First street, now express a desire to buy the church building and make it Jose House. What are the land owners on First street thinking about in letlnig the Mongolians settle on that hue and popular tboroaghfatt I They depreci »te the vulno of property wherever they a-ttle. Keen a fool or a wayfaring man can see that fact. Is land so valuable on that street that the owners want to reduce ils value? Napa Soda Lemonade at "The Bou quet," No. 7 Commercial street, Tom Shaw, proprietor. The Parochial School of father Peter will have a picnic next Monday at the Arroyo Seco. The carriages will start from the schoolroom at 8 o'clock in the morning. About 100 children will go on this joyona occasion.. The Sisters of Charity yesterday renlcd the Bath Street Srliool hou*e and will of this school hereafter. It will open for the Fall km about the first of Au gust. Few people have any idea of Ihe mag nitude of the vegetable trade ol Lot An geles. When the trains am on timethe amount of "garden truck" sent to Ari zona, New Mexico and Texas is enor mous. As a single item of tbe extent of the trade we learn that a single house in Dallas, Texas, sells six carloads of cab bages per day. That single vegetable makes a great item in business. Mr. JrS. Bancroft, formerly of this city, but who has beeu editor of the Yuma Bl*Mntl for the past two yearn, besides being Justice of the Peace in that place, is flatting the city and bis parent*, wbo reside near Auaheim. lt is understood tbat Mr. Hincroft has left the Si nlhtil, and will give hia services to a campaign journal to be published at lhat place. Capt. W. H. H. Kussell, Grand Mar shal for the Konrth ot July celebration, by advertisement elsewhere in this morn ing's Hkkai.ii, request* all organizations intending to participate, to report to him not later than Tuesday, July Ist, and hands of music to report number of members and terms by Monday, Jnne ItOth. The delegation from the Eintraoht Verein of San Francisco left for home in a body by last evening's overland ex press. Seme of the other delegations will leave to day, and the balance on < Sunday. The Kintrachts were escorted * ,to the train hy a nuiiiberof the members of the Lot Angeles society. Major (ieo. S. Patton, accompanied by ha sister, Miss Susie I'attou and Miss I.ulu tllassell, will start for the Yosrmitc to day. They will visit other places of interest in tbe northern part of the State and intend having a triumphant time. We hope they will have it. It will lie won by the telegraph!!' dis patches that tart*} from the new crop has arrive.! in San Francisco fiom Con tra Costa county, auil what ia of more importance, the iplality is first-rate. Tin' damage from rain is small on the bnrley crop. AH the ladies and children of the cily should lako advantage of tbe matinee to-day to see "('onfnsion," the most side splitting coineily ever presented on the Americau stage. It will be given again in tbe evening. Quadruple silver plate castors, cake baskets, ten sets, salvers, etc., at manu facturers'prices at the Diamond House, opposite Baker Block. Tho Printers' Base Ball Club ami the Club Theater nine will play n mutch gaina of hall at Agricultural Park on Sunday afternoon. Mr. C. A. Wrtmore, chief executive officer of the State Yilicnltural Society, is stopping at the St. Khno. No rolled-plate, no tilled watches, no imitation diamonds iv the magnificent stock of tbe Diamond House. There will be a special meeting of the Board of K.dnoation this eveniug at the olliee of Or. Cochrane. Napa Soda l.emonnde at " The Bou quet," No. 7 Commercial street, Tom Shaw, proprietor. Economical Fuel-Wellington Coal. A careful estimate of Dm relative o,wt of cool and wend shows tli« Wellington coal to ho tbo cheapest. It will burn iv any ordinary urate or cook stove, Hiving • steady heat, and i» much more convenient to use HMM WOO<I, Now in HMll HN by all the hotels, restanr tuts, etc., in this city. t«t sale at all the retail ooal yards. Am prepared to sell same ia car fond lots and upwards, delivered at any station on the lino of tho Southern Pa utile Railroad. Wai.tkr s. ktoxwau, myi, r .tf Wholesale Dealer, 10 Coart st. Try the Creole eoitee at the New Or leans' Coffee Parlors, Arcadia street, op posite tbe Baker Block. lm julS LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY MORNTNO, JUKE 28, ISB4. B. O. T. K. A notice of the meeting of a very im portant society was crowded out of the H KUAi.it yesterday. The organization is to be called the B. O. T. X., which, be ing translated, means Belles of the Kitchen. The young ladies are de termined to leuru how to utilize tho pood things of this world, and convert them Into muscle, blood and human comfort. It is most noticeable that the young gentlemen take a deep interest in the affair, and those who were so fortunate as to eeS tho sweet croatures cook a steak or a chicken, and innke a loaf of bread, were almost franlie with Joy, It ie ennpo«ed that three or four marriage notices will come from the first meeting of tbo B. O. T. K. on Thursday night, at tbo residence of M. W. Childs, on Pearl street. The following young lidies managed the meetnig] Misses Sallio and Mamie Levering, Kflie, Ada ami lua Baxter, Lulu and Bell Childs, Bffie Virgin, L,diu Wilson, Annie Homer, Anna Hnzeltiuc, Amanda Soman, Mary Adams, Lizzie Pu leering and Leonora Smool. The admiring masculines who looked on, lost iv wonder, love aud praise, were the following victims: Jsj. Pickeriug, Harry (ireen, Walter Knox, Frank Wilson, John Blake, Jim Lancaster, Ben Bryant, Berry BoftJ, J. B. Moor, Ceo. Haskell, Clius. Wedg wood, S. M. Butler, M. P. Snider, 10. Fields, B. Fields, F. Fields and 11. Levering. The society starts off auspiciously, and should achieve a great success. The Member For Slocum. The play of tbe above caption was given last night at thu Child* Opera Houso by the NatC. (Joodwin Company. Tht comedy, which is one of the broad farcical kind, is full of thu MOtl amusing situations. Onesimus F.pps, the young Member for B!oeum (Nat. C. Goodwin), is ruled, body and soul, by his mother in-law, Mm. Jeffs (Mksl Maria I>avis), whoso woman's right* proclivities are most pronouueed. The Member's wife (Miss Hattie D.dnro) enters rally Into thu spirit of role, from her mother, William Bmitb, other* iso known as "Bill Smith,'' Onesimus' boon compan ion, rendered by Mr. It jbe i t Cole, Jr., has been divorced from his wife (Miss Allele Waters), who, still in love with her hasbaud, seeks to win him back to his conjugal fealty. The Member's evi dent indisposition to be pulled hy n woman's upron-st rings, and bis *up presHed though genuine honhomm'ti- art; tho grouudwork for the most laughable ami inimitable situations conceivable. A full honse greeted tbe company last night and laughed at Goodwin's irreaisii- Lie sallies agon/en */c/t/oyes. This troupe is winning hosts of friends by their faith ful work, und at the matinee this after noon, at whicli "Confusion" will be given, a full bouse is confidently expect cd. The same delightful comedy will be given as the closing performance to night. J. M. Hale & Co's Programme For This Day Only. No. 0 black satin ribbon, :i yardi for 25 cents. No. 12 black satin ribbon, || yards for 25 cents. Seven dozen (only) Russian bath tow els, 12\ cents each. Ladies' dusters, good linen and a plain, sensible garment for keeping out the dust, 90 cents. Our black gros grain silk for $1 is the best value ever offered in this city. The Pride of America is a silk of home manufacture, and has put foreign productions in compute shade. The name of the silk is perfectly consistent with its proved met its, and can be had in all the popular shades for $1.25 per yard, and equal in value lo any import wl silk atf*.2B. Heavy Irish table linen, splendid value, for 25 cents. We call gentlemen's attention to our stn-kof neckwear and underclothing. Wm have one lino of gent's white merino veils and drawers for 50 cents, each gsr meut a perfect marvol of value, for this day. R. I. Roberts's superior "Razor Scis sors" are equal and claimed by the Rob erts Company (and endorsed hy immeuso sale*) to bo superior to Rodgera's or any other cutler in tbe world. Try them. Which is Right? As the season of raisin making will soon be with us, tbe matter of curing them possesses peculiar iuterest. In re gard to this question the Grange Grow er* Journal says: "At the Viticultural Convention at Fresno, Miss Austin complained that her raisins were injured by fogs last fall din ing the drying season. Upon which Mr, Wetniore produced a specimen box of nice looking raisins, which he claimed had had two inches of rain upon them after having been picked. Reattributed their not being injured to tbe fact that they were in just tbe right condition of ripeness when picked, aud this pro tected them from injury. We think the gentleman ia mistaken as to the cause of their not being injured, und lhat possibly the reason was that they hataf ouly beeu picked a short time when the rain came upon them. At certain stages of curing, water will certainly spoil the appearance, if not the quality of raisins. A gentle rain, followed promptly with d rying weather, will do little harm; especially if it comes soon aft.tr picking, but we don't believe there is nny pecu liar condition of ripeness that will save them. If some cheap ami easy method of covering the trAys at night could be invented, it would' bs art excellent thin ? for even the dry est sections." Ellis Villa College. The advertisement of the Ellis Villa College appears in the H Khali* to-day. This institution will occupy a beautiful situation iv the western pari of the city, iv a large building that is now being completed for the use of a hoarding nnd dey school for young ladies. The col lege grounds occupy a campus of* fifteen acres, that will be ornamented and int proved in the best style. The plan when completed, will be the moat de light**) in the State. The high plateau on which the eddice is built is free from frosts, so that a vast variety of plant* aud .lowers that flourish iv the tropical regions will here be in perpetiinl bloom. The building is a model of neatness and convenience, with all thu modern im provements for the accommodation of pupils. A gymnasium for physical cul ture will be provided, and the industrial arts' will also be cultivated iv a depart meut for that purpose. The ohject of the institution is to prepare young women for the various duties of life, tbat they may dischurge them with honor to themselves and advantage to our best and highest hunmn relations. A Bicycle Accident. The Granite Grower's Journal records another of the bicycle accidents at Riv erside, as follows: "As J, B. Summons was driving up Brockton avenue the other evening, a Iwy on a bicycle rode suddenly past and swung into the road in front of his horse. The animal was frightened at the sudden apparition, aud throwing himself, upsot the buggy aud deposit**! its occupant* iii the road. The harness was torn into small pieces, but fortunately no olher material damage was tione. It is about time some ordi nance was promulgated which would compel riders of the 'silent steed' to take prepe care wbeu traveling, so that such accidents might uot happen. It should be the duty of a bicyclist to watch for danger of this sort, and iv case of fright ou the part of a horse, get out of the way as ijuietly aa possible. Card of Thanks. Totkf Tnrxx V. rein (iermania ami CU izrnxof'Lo* Angvlfi; We,the undersign ed committee, un behalf of tbe visiting Turners, desire to express our sincere thanks for the grand ainl cordial recep tion revived at our arrival; also, for the kiud and friendly treatment receiv ed front you during our visit in your prosperous and beautiful oity. ('OMW.TTKK. Loa Angeles, Jane %% ISB4. Tinkering Time. Superior Court. Smith, J. Kkiow, June 27. Morton vs. Kerns—Verdict for defend ant for costs. Mora vs. L. A. City Water Co.—Cause passed hy consent. Peeple vs. F. M. Harris and Lee Perez —Arrisgned; demurrer overrulep; plea of not guilty entered by each defendant. Case pasaed. Charles M. Smith, a native of Tien mark, naturalized. Stephens re. Story -Motion to re move cause to ITnited States Circuit Court heard and submitted. Until and including Monday next allowed to filo poitftß. Kiscnpreiss vs. Eiseupreiss--Default of defendant entered. Ten days to plain tiff to auswer. Habeas Corpus application of F.thel K. Smith Argument heard and taken under advisement. MKT FOB TO-HAV. Estate of Tucker -Trial. Estate nf Hovey Hutchins--Account. Iv ro Jean Jeantet— Probate. HOWAKI>, .1. In re Doinlnguez heirs for the petition to sell real estate—Leonard Cotu, 11. D. Barrows nud (Jeorgc Hansen appointed referees to make said partition tn con formity with »aid petition. Pio Pico v*. B. bono et nl. —Motion for a new trial argued and submitted. J ■■V KOK TO-OAV, Schilling vs. Sterm et al. Again the poor old towu clock was changed yesterday to accommodate a half do7.cn Kastern railway managers and carries a lie on its faccaperpetually. People may yet find out that time is regulated by the motions of the earth around the sun, and uot by some rail way mauager in Now York or Boston. Serious question* may arise from this change. According to the laws of the State, tbo polls of an election must be opened and cloned according to tho time oi tho rising and setting of tho sun. Tho time must bo observed critically. Tho present arrangement of time-pieces will not apply properly. Thu sun will rise aud sot without regard to the rail roads, and the polls must ojwu ami close uccording to the sun, hut the clock wilt be no guide. If the weather is cloudy the sunrise will not ho seen, and thu clo.-ks all being wrong will not truly in dicate the time, and elections may bo null and raid because held out of time. Ju addition to the trouble that may bo caused at elections, tberu is a very seri ous trouble that might arise from sher iffs' salei and delinquent stock sales. Thou again, some ot the fellows who made this regulation of time may be sentenced to be hung, as many good men havo been, ami they would certainly protest against being bung ahead of time, which might be tho case if the new standard shall he adopted. Tho City Council resolved to make the change of time according to the re quest of tho Board of Trade. But what right had the Board of Trade to meddle in the matter? Has the Board any as trouomcr or scientist that has recom mended such a change? Has any mem ber of the Council thought of the danger of the experiment? The matter is a seri ous one and should receive serious aiten tion. The railways may change the time to suit their convenience, but the standard time of every place should be preserved and regulated with scru pulous care. The city clogk, the clocks iv the banks, the courts and the Sher iff's office should all be kept on staudard time and nothing else. If any have changed to the meridiau of 120 degrees, they may wake up with a lawsuit on their hands of a serious character. The laws of the country require standard time, and standard ti no must be kept. Horsford's Acid Phosphate. [KTALUABLI as a toxic. Dr. J. L. Pratt, Greenfield, 111., says: "It is all thut it is claimed to be-invalu able us a tonic in any case where an add : tonic is indicated." WILL YOU SUITER with Dyspepsia I and Liver Compluiut? Shilnh's Vital ize ris guaranteed to jure you. Sold by C. F. llein/.eman. 122 North Main street. To the Ladles. Having just received a large consign ment of the latest styles of ladies'and children's dress ami Miu-ljats direct from New York, and being late in the season, I will sell them at Ken York prices. Mlts. [>. 00-fTim.K, lm ju24 I IS ftnl St., Nadeau Block. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a posive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria ami Canker Mouth. Sold by C. F. HetttS* man, 122 North Main street. There are iv this city many objects of interest to visitors who have never been here before, hut to those who conto here after au interval of a few years the change in our growth and progress is really marvelous. They note the de velopment iv every branch of industry, and especially do they notice the Pacific Restaurant, opposite the Postolriee, and universally pronounce it a perfect model of au eatiug house. all-lm SHILOH'S VITALIZER is wbot you need for Constipation, Lobs of Appetite, Dizziness nnd all symptoms of Dyspep sia. Price 50 and 75 cents per bottle, fc'oll by C. F. Heinzemau, 122 North Main street When the blood moves sluggishly in the veins because it is loaded with im purities, an alterative is needed, as this condition of the vital fluid cannot last long without serious results. There is nothing better than Ayer's Sarsaparilla to purify the blood and impart energy to the system. Resolution No. 290. Resolution oadering the laying out and construction uf a branch public sewer along Main street, from the present northerly terminus of the Main street brick sewer aloug Main street ami Main Street Extension (formerly Bath street) northerly 1004 feet lobe known ns the Northern Extension of the Main Street Sewer. Ho it resolved by the Mayor and Coun cil of the City of Loa Angelos: Skotion I, That there be and hereby is ordered to be laid out and constructed an extonsion of the Main street brick sewer, which is to he a public sewer of tho City of Los Angeles and to bo known and designated as the Northern Inten sion of tho Main Street Sewer, at the ex pense of the property owners within the district of land described in Sec. 2 of this Resolution aloug and over the following described route, to-wit: Commencing at the present northerly terminus of the Main Btrect brick sewer, at or nenr Ar cadia Rtroe*, nnd running thenco along Main t-treet and Main street extension (formerly kuown as Bath street) north" erly lOtit feet to a point opposite to and at right angles westerly from the south west corner of tbe lot now owned by Andreas Brisw.ilter, and known ns the Bath street school lot. That the said sewer shall be constructed of brick, shall be egg-shaped in form, similar in size, construction ami shape to the present brick sewer on Main atreet, of which this work will he an extension; shall have a greatest inside width of 2 feet and a greatest inside height of 3 feet, and shall be conßtrncted according to the plans and specifications in the office of the City Surveyor. Suction 2, That the exterior bound aries of tbe district of laud to be nffected or benefited by said work or improve ment, and to be assessed to pay the costs and expenses thereof, are as follows: Commencing at the northeast corner of Main and Arcadia streets, and running thence along tbe northerly boundary of Arcadia street easterly 50 feet; tbeuce on a straight line northerly to a point on the south boundary of the lot of Andrew Briswalter, formerly kuowu as the nWtb street school lot, said point being located 50 feet easterly from the southwest cor ner of said Bath street school lot; thence at right angles to the center line of Main street extension (formerly Bath street) westerly 160 feet to a point; thence southerly to the southwest corner of Marchessault and Upper Main street; thence along the south boundary of Marcheaaault street westerly 50 feet to a point; thence on a line parallel to and ■ 90 feet westerly from the ceuter line of 1 Main atreet, southerly to a point on the center line of Arcadia street produced westerly, said point being !H) feet west erly from the center Hue of Main street; theuce easterly 130 feet to the point of beginning. Site. 3. The Clerk of the Council shall certify to tbe passage of this reso lution, and shall cause the same to be published onco in the Los Angeles Daily Hkhai.o, and thereupon aud thereafter it shall take clicet and be in force. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was adopted by the Council of the city of Los Angeles at its meet ing of June 25th, A. D. 1884. W. W. Robinson, Clerk of the Council of the city ot Loa Angoles. Approved this 25th day of June, A. D. 1881. It C. E. Thorn, Mayor. The best nnd purest coffee that has ever been made in this city you will find at tbe New Orleans Coffee Parlors, Ar cadia street, opposite the Baker Block. lm THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by C. F. Heinzeman, 12-2 North Main street. Laugh and Grow Fat. One is not apt to laugh and grow fat if he is not feeling well. The legions who, from habitual constipation, sutler constantly from headaches, torpidity of the liver, dullness, feverishness, sour stomach, etc.. cau bo peißuaded to laugh only after they have taken a few doses of Syrup of Figs. Try it aud see. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal In jector free. Sold by C. F. Heinzeman 122 North Main street Cigars, Cigars. An immense consignment of imported and Key West cigars! Just received 20,000 cigars direct from Havana and 100,000 from Key West. The largest consignment of this class of goods ever received in this market. Being direct importers, thus saving the commission paid to middlemen, we are enabled to sell at a reduction of 50 per cent on former prices. KI>KI.MAN & Co., Direct Importers, No. 116 North Main Slreet. apr27-lm FOR lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 20 cents. Sold by C. F. ilemzoman, 1*22 North Main street. Just Out-"Beauties of California." Illustrated in colors, views of Los An geles, Pasadena, Riverside, orange groves, vineyards, Yosemite Valley, Big Trees, Ac, &c. For sale at stamp window postome«and all book ami news stores. Price 7.V. per copy. lm-apr"27 I I i DESlf^j^^TEß. Make M mistake when tmjim* your fSmW. ami fn>ntV Furni«hln« O00.N; the very MM ami most celebrated nukes and styles at lhe lowest prices are always to he found at DESMOND'S, THE HATTER, Opposite the U. S. Hotel. ♦S-HATS. >«™ HATS/^ff AT THE FRONT, ANOTIIKH INSTAI.I.MKNT OP Clothing, Hats, Etc., DRESS AND BUSINESS SUITS FOR GENTS, BOYS AND CHILDREN, AT- Abernethy & Co., |73 North Spring Street, U>s Angeles, California. mrl9 H)uttsaDt JPaitos! The Best an J CtmfiM Xat urn' Aperient Water. SI/PER /OR TO AIL OTHER LAX AT IVA £ "SPEEDY, SURE, and GENTLE." Professor ROBERTS, E.R.C.P. Lomiott. The most certain and comfort;,..).• nthutic, in cases of constipation mm\ sluggish liver or piles. Ordinary 7W, a H'tnetf*ssfmi before breakfast Of all Druggists a**J Mineral Wafer /Wm. NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE BLUE LABEL. Common Sense of Bees. A tittle daughter of Mr. R. P. Waite, of Riverside, who haa attained the ma ture age of twelve months, appears to lw of an iui-uiriug turn of mind. Her last exploit was to interview a bee-hive, and when fouud, was poking her fingers into the hive to ascertain what was go ing on there. The bees seemed to un derstand the situation, and iustead of making war upon the little lady, alight ed nil over her clothing aud watched her movements with curiosity and ex treme forbearance. The liltle creature was carried away in a hasty manner and thu injects pcr*unded to leave her clothing as soon as possible, and yet, al though hnudreds of bees alighted on her person, she wus not stung at all. Bees seem to know ilvir friends. There is a moral iv tbe story for these who can find it. A Warning to Smokers. A curious accident happened in Paris thu other day. Dr. R wears very open ootlars on bis shirts, and when walking along the Rue do Vaugirard someltody threw a lighted cigar stump out through the window. The doctor reccivod the gracious offering in the nape of his neck. He tried to take hold of it, but it eluded his grasp, and tum bled down his hack, buruiug him dread fully iv a number of places. Mad with patu he rushed into a wine-shop, but before he could strip, his back was v muss of blisters. Tbo doctor did not know who bad thrown the cigar stump, but a bystandnr noticed the window it came from, nnd the doctor sent for a policeman. The peraeu who threw the cigar proved to (tea M. O™, a gentleman of means, who was very much shocked at his iinpru deuce, and altered a considerable sum of money to tbe doctor to hush the matter up. But the latter refused to be ap peased, aud threatened to bring an Action fur criminal carelesaneaa. Should he succeed tbe smnker may grieve iv jail over Ihe result of hia folly. tin Sunday, June 29th, the election of (leueral Pornrio l>ias takes plaoe in Mexico, and as no opposition is expected, will result in a clean walkover. COURT REPORTS Electricity and Magnetism the New Means of Cure. Or. K. Robbins, the celebrated Aus tralian Electro-Magnetic Healer, 113 South Main street, nearly opposite tho Cathedral, after several years' experience in the Australian colonies, Han Francis co, Salt Lake City, Denver, and several months in this city, has decided to per manently locate here, whore he ban per formed so many wonderful cures without the aid of medicine. His roootl are crowded daily with patients anxious to get the benefit of bis power Over to called incurable diseases. Dr. Bobbins is patronised by some of our leading citi zens. Ho also diagnoses diseases with out explanation from the patients, free of charge, and has fitted up tho Institute at considerable oxnense with Dr. Hoff man k Palmer's celebrated electro-thera peutic hath, which is pronounced by em incut physicians to be tho greatest dhv covery in medical science of modem times; also other medicated baths, with the latest improvements iv electrical in struments for administering Faradic, Galvanic and statio electricity. febittf CROUP, WHOOPINC 00U0H ami Bronchitis imtucdiatelv relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Sold by" C. F. Heinze man, 122 North Main street. MoscKOVK * CO. THE ONLY Cloak House. H. MOSGROVE & GO., OF SAN FRANCISCO. Arf> now showing a moat elegant line of novelties, comprising the following goods: GRACE CAPES. A full assortment of those goods in Plain Satin, Satin Rhadamas, Ottoman Brocaded Velvets and fine cut Vcivet Ottomans with plain and Bouffant shoul ders. Prices rangiug from $10 to $'25. THE NEW JOSEPHINE WRAPS, ] One of the latest and most comfortable summer wraps ever produced in plain Silk, Surah Ottoman Rhadamas, Fine I Silk Brocades and the Elegant New Per sian Ctotfc, trimmed with hand-mude Chenille Fringe, exact match. THE BEATRICE CAPE, A novelty among the various stylos of Summer Wraps, is a light airy and styl ish garment, made and trimmed in tbo very latest and stylish manner, can he bad in Satin, Rhadamas, Ottoman, Bro cades, Cut Velvets and tine French Matallasse, at prices from $12 to $:«) each. Ladies will always find on hand all the latest and most fashionable goods in the market and at prices that will am ply repay their visit to the Popular Cloak House. H. MOSGROVE & CO., 21 S. SPRING ST. Adjoin.nt? the Nadeau Block maV2otf NEW TO-DAY. NEW TO-DAY. LEWIS BROS., The Itegulators of Prices! lhe House Millions lor quality! I lie acknowledged lenders in styles! The House where yon will And Variety Unmistakably the Greatest. We are tiie only authorized agents for L. ET. Rmme's French Imported, hand-made, Ladies' Fine Shoes and Slippers, with both Louis XV and Common Sense Heels. <d^ : TfZ 1 Ladle.' Genuine French Kid Button, with round or s.piaro toes $;|..10 Ladies' Genuine American Kid Button, with round nr Hqnarc tors. . Ladle.' Clolh and Leather Button f1.75 Ladio' (Ininine Pebble r.oit llnltim, round or sc l uarc toes Udies' Cloth and Leather Lace .Shoes, three dim rent styles $1.00 OUR GOODS ARB Too Well Known For any comment, as we sell them upon their MERITS ONLY. Misses 1 Genuine French Kid Button, round and square toe, high and common sense heels $*i.<!s> Misses' American Kid Button, round and square toe, high and common sense heels -latest style $1.75 Misses'C'loth and Leather Button $1,55 A Great Bargain. Misses' PebMe Coat Button, very stylish ami sen iceable, $1.50 Child's tienuiuo "Solar Tip" Button, neat in appearance, an.l VERY DURABLE •; Saw Infants' Kid Button Shoes, tin- t.n'iltcsf OA'^T'tT Bargain ever offered, *m\^*mw Men's B. Calf Alexis, in seven different styles ? $ 4 >o*) These are made expressly for LEWIS BROTHERS, Ami arc Warranted to wear aad tit enual to any $3. AO shoe made. Huy one pair .mil be eonviuoeil. Our Men's B. I'alf Kuglish Waiting Shoes at *•».;.% speak for them selves. The styles uro narrow toes anil Knßlish toe-caps.' The styles are rouuit toes anil French toe caps. The styles are plain common sense. •'Oiiee worn, always worn." Krery ilsy experience convinces ns that one purchase insures for na regular patronage. firtrfetly One Price, And alt onr goods marked in plain figarM which every one can read. COUNTRY RESIDENTS Will ia well to peruse our new Illustrated Sent fret to any address on application. Orders may be sent to at by OUR EXPENSE! Telepltone No. 215. Lewis Bros., One Price Boot and Shoe House, 101 AND 103 N. SPRING ST. LOS ANGELfS, CAL.