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NOTES Weelh.T Itureau. Report of observations taken at l-os Angeles, July 1. i-:m J i mo. too a. m. ' I Bar , Thar. BH'n *'J \>l W 3O.0S M I «H I ■ 7 1". 130 01; H3 I 70 I W 1 t) |r JMAilmum temperature, 78. Min.muut temperature, oil. Mr. A. Niemeyer rsjoicid yesterday j •t the arrival at his home in Veiduxo . ol a young Democrat. Both mother and ton are doing well. John Moon, the invalid who was brought in on the delayed train from iiaratow yesterday, waa removed to tbe receiving hospital nnd afterward taken to tbe county hospital. The police gathered in a celestial named Wan Lee in Chinatown yester day for selling lottery tickets. The Chinaman was released ou $.50 cash bail. Officer Harris made the arrest. There will be a public meeting at Hazard's pavilion tonight at 8 o'ekek, addressed by Key. Dr. Ravlin, who will sddresa the publtc on the labor question. All are invited. Single tax meeting thia evening st Unity church. A short aridiess will ba delivered by Ralph E. Hoyt on the Fourth of July and the einxls tax, alter which there will be a genet al diacuesion of live <|rjeations. Gentlemen having strong voices, will ing to assist in tho Biugmg of patriotic songs at Sixth atreet park ou the morn ing of July 4th, are requested to meet ! for rehearsal early this evening at Triu- | Hy M. E. Church Smih, on Broadway, between Fifth ana Sixth streets. Deputy United States Marshal W. J. Cakes arrived in tbe city yesterday irom Sau Bernardino, having in charge two Basque eheepherdera named Bern ardo Characabara aud John Larec. They were indicted by the United States grand jury fur tresspassing upon a forest reeervation. The sewing sehoal conducted ot tbe tent by the Pacific Gospel union every Saturday afternoon is a most commend able work, aud is meeting with marked success, as ia aIBO the Saturday night evening of eong, for working men aud their families. A fine muaical pro gramme was provided by A. VV. Hare at tbe last meeting. Mr. C. S. Mason, act ing Buperintendent, is well known in Los Angeled. t'snterlKianis l or ..nglisli \acnrs. It seems not improbablo that the vexed question of the superiority of fixed keel or centwboard for racing in Eng lish waters may he settled this season. At any rate, it will bo thoroughly test ed in tho 20 rating class, and the results will bo watched with much interest. Tho form of the Dragon is so well known that it will be somewhat easy to judge whether the addition of a ceuterboard has improved her or the reverse, and as tho Thelrua, which Sir. Fife has de signed for Mr. Walker, is also to have a centerboard another opportunity will bo afforded of estimating whether or not this class of boat is superior to tho fixed keel, which nil English yachtsman have so long believed in —London Telegraph. For agood table wine order onr Sonoma Zinfandel at SOc per gal. T.Vache & Co., Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 300. JOTTINGS. Carpet Cleaning at Uloeaer'j. Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable. 454-56 8. 11 roadway. Telephone 4'J7. The City Bank. Nottceis hereby giv n ttiat the undersigned, reoe.y r cl the City Bulk, has 11 ed with the county clerk his drat icport aud petition, ask ing the court for an niiowcnne as part com pensation and altornej's fees, and hearing lor the same lias bern tet fo.- 10 o'clock a.m. Wednesday, Ju y IX, 1801, iv Department Five, Superior Court. W. J. W Asiinri-.N, Receiver. Neitzke & Speck, Undertakers. Have just fitted up elegant new parlors at No. 358 South Mam street. They have had over 20 years' business experience in this city, be ou g to no combination and give personal at tention to all orders and details, at the most reasonable charges. Telephone ia-13. Open day and night If You Are Troubled With weak lungs, consumption, dyspepsia or loss oi appetite drink Roxburyßye, the purest rye whiskey made in tho United Bate', fold in bottles only by H. J. Wooliacott, soie ageut lor fiouthcru California. Wagner's Kimberley. 15S N. Main, opposite old courthouse. Specs and eye glasses a specialty. Flue watch aud jewelry repairing. Also diamonds and due Jewelry at lowest figures. wagujr. the old re liable jeweler. Our Home Brew. Maler ,t Zobelelu's lig;r, fresh from their brewery, on draught iv all the principal sa loons; delivered promptly 1 n bottles or kegs. • Office and brewery, ill Aliio street. Tele phone 01. Broadway Bank. The Broadway bank lias removed from GOl Broadway to more central and commodious qtinrters ln the brad bury It ock, 303 Broadway. Patronage respectfully loiiol'.ed. Take Your Faded or Soiled Garments to the American Dye Works—cleaned, dyed or renovated. Aim curtains, blankets, etc. 210)4 S. Soring st. Works 015 W. Sixth street. Telephone 1010. Ladies' Outing Belts. « Mexican hand-carved leather bells, in all designs, for the seasideau.l mountains, (.'amp bell's Curio store, 325 South Spring street. Blackberries! Blackberries! Be«t in tbe market nt wholesale prices. The ■nest and most delicious in the market at Alt house BroF., lob W. Fiistst. Tel. 30S. Browne's Steel Dome Furnaces. Aro rold on approval; make your contract; now. Cail or send for catalogue, F. S. Browne, No. 314 South Spring slice:. John Beckwith & Son. The druggists, corner of Spring and Temple stieeta, have tbe finest soda lountain in tho eitv. Ice cola drinks of every kind. Wieland Beer on Draught At Mcfaihy's, 150 North v.aln street; branch Fine and Scond streets, bong Beach. Terrapin Stew! Terrapin Stew! Leave your orders at the Hollos beck bir and It wit' be deltvertd !o you promptly. Finest Variety and Cheapest Piece in town for fish, game, oysters, terrapins, etc. Fred iianlmau's, Molt Market. Terrapin Stew! At tbe llollenbeck bar at all bourj, Try it. Dr. D. F. Diffenbacher, Dentist. Ko, llO'a d. E prlflg stre.-i, rooms 1 ml 0. A Modern Millinery Store. Hoffman & Co., ! 40 3. Bpring >*t. MEMORANDA. Savo money in hard t mea by reading I and advertising in tlie classified col- ! umne of the Hkrai.ii. on tlie sixth page, j It you want anything ybn ran always , net sii'ted by watching the columns of j mis paper or "pending a lew cents in j advertising. The list presented daily comprises: Help wanted, wanted situa tions, business chances, money to loan, houses to rent, house 3 wanted, city ) property for sale, country property for , sain. personal notices, professional : cards and wants of all descriptions. The cost of advertising in these columns is but a trill* snd the results, as many testify, are always satisfactory. Go and see W. R. Burke St Co.. Sl3)i North Spring street, agentß Mutual Fire and Broadway Insurance companies of New York, and see the lame list of Los Angelea policy holders, embracing lead ing merchants, who are getting tne hen- I fti* of fire insurance at reduced rates, rhese companies have been doing busi- I ness in California for years and are high- | ly indorsed by representative cltizene. Dr. Rebecca Lee Doraev, Ktimson | block, second floor, rooms 129, 130, 131 | Special attention given to obstetrical cases and all diseases of women and i children. Electricity scientifically used. | Consultation hcura, Ito 5. Telephone 1227. The grandest and most gorgeoua cele bration ot til* Glorious Fourth will be | held on Echo mountain and Mount Lowe. Ample accommodations tor all comers. See posters for time card, extra trains and attractions. Forsona desiring to frame their por traits will find the beat selection of frames at Licbtenberger'a art emporium, 107 North Main atreet. Artists will find it 10 their advantage to purchase their supplies there. Go with the crowd to the Cosmopoli- j tan dining hall, 219-221 West Second | street, for turkey dinners and eastern 1 loin steaks. Beet of ice cream solved noon and evenings. All for 25 cents. S. Cooradi, optician, watchmaker and jeweler, has removed to 113 South Spring street. Fine diamond setting a specialty. Watches, clocks and jewelry carefully repaired and warranted. Boat remedy for irritating bronchial cough and soreness in the luuga is Row ell's Cough mixture. We recommend it. A. E. Littleboy, 311 South Spriug street. Round trip tickets for one fare on the Loa Angeles Terminal railway, cood going July 2d, 3d aud 4th, and good re turning to and iocln ling July 6tb. Special—For a short time only, finest enameled cabinet photos in the city, re duced to $1 per dozen. Sunbeam Art Farlora, 23(5 South Main etreet. Adams Bros., dentiate, 28% South Spring street. Painless lillinu and ex tracting. The beßt sets of teeth Irom $0 to $10. Go to the Bryson Lumber company for the best lumber; lioest line in the city. Office, 207 VV. Second street. Dr. M. 11. Williams, specialist in all head, throat, chest, blood and nervoue althction", 127 South Broadway. A. G. Gardner baa a nice Btock of new and second hand pianos for eale aud to rent, 118 Winston st. The Advance Davie aewing machine ie the best. Oilice 128 South Main etreet. Sharp & Samson, funeral directors (independent),s3o S. Spring et ; tel. 1029. Sewing machines, in good working or der, for $5 each. 128 South Main etreet. Mre. Dr. M. Welle has moved to her residence on Onean aye., Santa Monica. All kinds of sewing machines repaired at 128 South Main street; needles, oil. Fine turkey dinner today at Columbia reataurant, 014 S. Broadway. Dr. Wallace A. Dunton, 304 N. Main, opposite St. Elmo; tel. 1159. All kinds of eewing machines for rent; 128 South Main street. F. R. Cunningham, dentist, Califor nia Bank building. Insure with A. C. Golsb, 147 South Broadway. Mexican leather carver. Campbell's Curio etoro. Dra. Rogers & McCoy, Bryson block. Rooms }2 a week. U. S. hotel. A Onecr African People. Strange stories are told of the Dokos, who live among the moist, warm bam boo woods to the south of Kaffu and Snsa in Africa. Only 4 feet high, of a dark olive color, savago and naked, they have no iirp. They live only ou ants, mice and serpents, diversified by a few I root* and fruits. They let their nails j grow long, liko talons, the bettor to dig j for ants and tbe more easily to tear in pieces their favorite, snake:;. The Dokns used tn be invaluable as chives, and they wero taken in largo numbers. The slave hunters used to hold up bright colored clothes as they e.iine to the bamboo woods, where these human mi inkeya still live, and tho poor Dokos could not re sist the attractions offered by such sn ! perior people. They crowded round | them and were taken in thousands. In I slavery thoy wero docile, attached, ohedieut, with few wants and excellent health. These queer peordo have ono fault—a love for ants, mice antl ser pents and a speaking to Yer with their head:" on the ground and their heels in the air. Yer is their idea of a superior power, to whom they talk in thia com ical manner when they are dispirited oi angry or tired of ants and snakes and longing for unkuowu food.—Popular Magazine. Henry E. Dir.cy's Country Friend. 1 happened to bo at liberty ono even ing in Now York when Edwin Booth chanced to be playing King Lear—prob ably the last time he played that part before his death. In tho man sitting next to me I recognized an old friend of my boyhood days whom I had not seen for many year?. And though Booth vas on the stage giving his magnificent im personation of King Lear my old friend could not repress the expression of his joy at meeting me. "Why, Harry," ho exclaimed, "1 am awfully glad to sco you! So you come to sco Ned Booth play King Lear, did you? I come in from the country to ace him play Hamlet last night, and I swow he didn't look a day older than he did 20 year ago. He was so chipper and peart that I thought I'd come to night and sco him play King Lear, and I'm gettin tarnation tired of that old cuss with the long white beard an hair that's rantin an carryiu on up there, an I think it's a golldarn swindle, an if they don't make that old rat dry up an bring out Ned Booth ail let hint play King Lear I'm goin to have my money back.''—Henry E. Dixey in New York Hr::." Maiqueradebill ntrht Tuly4 h at Music hall. Patronize an v y.i-,1, in • • n'»strlcly horn ie; company lv tne city, olepboni 133 C. Ms'.qusrsdj ba'l nigh' Juli 4V.h atMsslc ha i. LOS ANGELES HERALD. MONDAY MOUNLNt', -ILLY *, ltW4, LA MORT DU PRESIDENT CARNOT. The Memorial Services at the Cathedral. The French Colony Honor tba 11- lusti'ious Dead. They Turn Out In a Doily to Signal:** Ihalr Itaapect fur tha Uaad of the French Republic -Sermon by ltlahop Noalgumsry. Ths members of the French colony resterday afternoon publicly commem orate.! tbe death of President Oarnot of the French republic. At 2 o'clock the Legion Francais, under command of Captain Billanlet md about 200 members of the French :o!cny, headed by Messieurs Mesnager, Loeb, Bentoue. Viole and Ordoqui, pro :eeded in a body to St. Vibiana's cathe iral, preceded by a band playing the Dead March in Saul. At the cathedral in front of tbe altar was placed a catafalque, and the Libere was chanted by the choir, the services being conducted by Rev. Father Cotte, assisted by Fathers McAuliffe and Doyle, bishops Mora aud Mootgomery were seated inside the chancel rail. The memorial sermon was preached by his lordship Bishop Montgomery. The bishop eaid that it was not his purpose to deliver a panegyric on tbe occasion, but to express in common witn many others and in the name especially of the Catholic people his sympathy aud the common sorrow with France ex pressed by the Christian people of tbe world. He bejged leave to say that no people are more deeply indebted as a people to France than are the people of the United States, and we do not forget that at one of tbe most critical moments of our country's history Catholic France came to her assistance in sncb a way that wo may say to ber brave soldiers, on land and sea, to you we owe our inde pendence; although that independence might afterward have come, it certainly would have been delayed and we might not yet be a separate nation, but lor her to whom we extend our sym pathy today. And no claes of people in the I'nlted States do more heartily to day tender their sympathy to tbe be reaved republic than do tbe Catholics of the United Hiatee, for, aside from the fact that Franca has ever been called the eldest daughter of the church, we know that in the United States we are deeply indebted for her missionaries who came to plant faith and Oiviliz*tion in the new world. The bishop could not even enumerate the long litany of names of great men in every sphere that make a nation great in church and state, in art, science, lit erature, etc. The world itself is in debted to France for these, and we do but join our heartfelt sympathy with mourning the sudden removal of the president. Wo might esy, "let France as a younger republic than our selves study the mistakes tbat we have made, because we have made mis takes." And whilst he said that there was no nation to whom the church was more indebted than she was to France, co likewise is there no nation more deeply indebted to tbe church or Chris tian faith than is France, for let us re member that France achieved ber great est victories for civilization through Christian principles, We cann-.t esparate our individual character of Christian from that of citi zen. We are each a unit, or one indi vidual ; we are not two, but we have two relatious. Kach man ie a Christian and a citizen ; that is, he has that two fold relationship; snd as it is by God that princes reign aud judges decree just judgments, co mast we ever asso ciate these two relatione as in separahe; and whilst today we piay that G.->d may bleßa France, let us pray that we as individuals may never in public or private life do augbt but what would reflect credit and honor on our country and show loyalty to it. As Christian people we feel that the highest compliment we can pay to France or to the lamented dead ia to as semble before God's altar and there pray that He may be merciful to one taken ao suddenly to God's judgment soat, for no man is without his faults. Therefore as Christian people in this common faith we beg God's benediction upon both living and dead. After the impressive services in the church Georges I,e Mesnagar and others delivered addresses in eulogy of the dead at tbe ball of the Legion Francaiee to quite a large audience. When Traveling, Whether on pleasure bent or busineee, take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, ac it acts most pleaeantly and ef fectually on the kidneys, liver and j bowele, preventing fevers, headaches nnd other forms of sicknesß. For sale! in Title and $1 hottlee by all leading drug- \ Rißte. Manufactured by tbe California j Fig Syrup company only. Wall paper house of tne coast, 328 a. Spring. The Only Doctors in Southern California Treating Diseases of men Only. HO UNTIL CURE IS EFFECTED. DR. TALCOTT & CO., New York Specialists for Private Diseases of Men, COR. MAIN AND THIRD STS., (Over Wells Fargo Ex. Office). Private entrance on Third St., Los Allg-eles. Seminal Weakness, Premature Ejaculation. Varicocele, (without the knife or ligature). Hydrocele, Warts, Mood Taints, llladder and Kidney Diseases. Stricture and Gleet result inir from badly treated Gonorrhoea, quickly and permanently cured. Elderly men sutler i^,,™™.^;! s !,\V, c A r S üble3 ' lnanifcB tc<l by frequent urination, especially at night, given IM .111. OI AT E KEI.IE.F. C*o C* C" I ° vr ._ 1, °, 0k °P the Causa and Treatment of Seminal Diseases, together a BT CC I snth rules or diet, exercise and sleep, by mall. Strict Privacy AiisrtS. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABtSOWKVtf PURE COL. MESSMORE'S VIEWS. A CANDIDATE FOR COSGBES- SIONAL NOMINATION. He ICxpreaaea H inaelf Plainly ai tn Hia Idnaa on Public Quefttioua, aud Stats* Why Ha Tlilnka He Would B> Ei. <■ <l. A Hsualo reporter called upon Col. I. E. Meßamore last evening to ascer tain from tbat gentleman if be would consent tbat his name be presented to the Democratic congressional conven tion as a candidate for congress from this district. To the reporter Oal. Messmore eaid: 'I have never seriously thought of per mitting my name to be used as a can didate for any office—much less that of congress—bnt in deference to the request of leading Democrats of this city I havo concluded to try my hand for the Demo cratic ii' initiation. " Mam of mv old army comrades have assured me, ii I am nominated, I will get their moat hearly support regardless of party affiliations. "I feel confident that I know the needs of this district and am prepared to define my position on all matters that may coma belore congress. "Ac to the harbor question. I have thoroughly considered the matter and have no hesitancy in Bayinz that I am in favor of the government building a deep sea harbor at San Pedro as recom mended by the government euuineers— and if I am elected I shall endeavor to carry out their recommendations, but 1 am not wedded to any particular harbor for ths purpose cf carrying out the pri vate greed of any corporation or body of men, and if I should find that I could not get my choice for a deep sen harbor, 1 shall favor any other place for such harbor tbat the hoard of government engineers may select. My sole object shall he to get a deep sea harbor that shall be the most advantageous to the building up of tho city of Los Angeles. "There is no public improvement so much needed for our .-sty oh a deep rub harbor. This ehall be my aim should I he elected aa a member of congress >n f I will be no drone in my ell'jrts nthi' direction. "Being an old soldier myself, having nerved throughout tho iato civil war, I hope with credit to mvsell and country, I think I understand the wantß of the old soldier and snail favor liberal pen sions to deserving Boldiers and sailors aod to no others, "The soldier vote in this district is very large, and I feel confident I would poll a larg<j porcentage of it, as against the Republican nominee; at least I hope so. "You can cay that I went into the civil war as a Democrat and came out a Dsmoerat. "II I am nominated by the Democratic convention for congress, I ehall make a red-hot campaign, aud though this dis trict is Republican by 7000 majority, I believe I will be elected—in iac, if my friends, regardless of party, who have urged me to become a candidate are as enthusiastic in my support after my nomination as they are now, there can be no doubt. "I wear no corporation collar, and bave no unholy alliance with any cor poration, trOßt or combination of men." W. 11, Nelson, wtio ia in the drug business at Kingviile, Mo., lies so m icb confidence in Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhn' 1 Itemedv, tbat ue warrants every bottle and offeie to re fund the money to any customer who is not eatisfied after using it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk in doing this, because the remedy is a certain cure for tho diseases for which it ia iuteuded. and he knows it. It is for eale 1)7 Off A Vaughn, Fourth and Spring 1 teet, C. T. Heinze man, 222 North Main etreet, druggists. Found. At 22) South Spring Btreet. Smith's Dandruff Pomade, sure cure for dan druff anil falling hair. Every bottle guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. By 11. M. Sale it Co. Keep your hair soft and beautiful and free Irom dandruff by using Smith's Dandruff I'omade, ac H. M. Sale & Son'a, 220 Spring etreet. 2r>o envelopes. DOc; linn writing paper, 2.1 c LangMadter, 214 W. Second, Bnltenbecx hotel Wallpaper hnng, 10croll; $3113 S, Spring. PERSONAL. Mrs. Clara Y. Morse, secretary of the Y. \V. C. A., expect" to leave in a few days to attend the Y. W. C. A, summer ectiool at Cszerder. Dr. and Mra. S. 8. Salisbury returned yesterday from a three weeks' absence in Denver, whore they have been attend ing tha American I istitute of Homoeop athy. They were in San Francisco when Ihe railroads hecamo tied up. Desiring to get to Loa Angeles they took tbe coast line to San Luia Obißpo. From there they went to Santa Barbara by stage, and from tbe latter place took tho steam er to Redondo. Last June, Dick Crawford brought hia 12-tnonths-old child. Buffering from in fantile diarrhoea, to me. It had been weaned at 4 mouths old, and being sickly everything rau through it like water through a eieve. I gave it the usual treatment in such caßes, but without benefit. Tlie child keptgrowing thinner, until it weighed but little more than when horn, or, perhaps, 10 pounds. I then storied the father to giving Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Before one bottle of tbe 25 --ceut Biza had been used, a marked im provement was eeen, and its continued use cured the child. Its weakness and puny constitution disappeared, and ita father ami myself believe the child's life wae caved by thin remedy. J.T. Marlow, M. D., Tnmaron, 111, Eor sale by Off &. Vaughn, l-'ourth & Spring street; C. T. Heiuzeman, 222 North Main Btreet, druggist^. IJounly Delinquent Tax I.'at. The county delinquent tax list haa just beeu published by the Hkrald. Oaring to the fact that tax deeds give a valid title to property, and mistakes often occur in assessments, every prop erty owner, to be safe, Bhould secure a copy. Price 10 cents. A Curd of Tlianka. The Catholic Ladies' Aid society desire to pub IHy cxi ress llieir gratitude to Madame Alodjtsk* nod Lawrence Hntiiey for tlie great fieiieui received fiom tiielr noble generosity iv teuderln«r tnelr services on iaat K.iday night for the benefit ol the poor. The charity of tnie Illustrious woman is al boundleas as her lame as a drama to mutt is widespread over Utocol llnenthi but the pure ihrWiiau heart of the woman outshines tha crown oi the artist. Our thauss are alio due the pross of the city for Its generous support. Mi'.s. V. ToNKT, President. Mas. K. If. I'ickit, Kec'y. Teeth filled painleaaly by Dr. Parker, 334 »nd 335 Bradmiry block. Rinsr up lH.'ili—llie nrv tsl ice Co. mm. white's 128 [7sarj> if% >i Iff « North || &f llf |l | |" Wain St. mf Hi "ff'fl I £■ S*" I DISPENSARY §I)R. WHITE the oldest established specialist, has devoted more time (as city papers show) to the exclu sive treatment of sexual and chronic diseases of men and women than any other advertising physi cian in thiß city. Blood and ekin diseases, red spots, pain in hones, sore throat and mouth, blotches and eruptions of the skin, ulcers, painful swellings, etc.; kidney and bladder dis eases, frequent micturition, scalding, in flammation, ernvel, etc. ; organic weak ness, undeveloped organs, impediments to marriage, nervous debility, impaired memory, mental anxiety, absence of will power, weak back, lost vitality, melan choly and all diseases resulting from ex cesses, indiscretion or overwork, recent or old, speedily, thoroughly and perma nently cured. "Where shall Igo to get cured ?" many a sufferer askß, not know ing whom to trust. Uo where thousands of others havo tone and be restored to perfect health, the comforts of home and the enjoyment of society— to Dr. White's old established office, located 8 years in Los Angeles. All lingering chronic dis eases that have been neglected or have failed to yield to the treatment of less skillfnl hands soon get well under Dr. White's superior treatment. Patients wishing epeedy relief and sure core should consult Dr. White, whose long, extensive experience enables him to ap ply the prc-nor treatment at once without useless experiments, thus saving the pafient much time and expense. Office and private laboratory, 128 North Main Btreet, Los Angeles, Oal. Out-of-town patients ;rested by mail and express. A Chance For All Ladies. We have a snlondtd line of Switches, made of soft,silky hair, short stems aud excellent tkluo in all shades of brown, FROM $1.50 UP. Also tffoy hair Nwltches nt the same prioe. Kunjfs in all t hades and styles. Hair dyeing aud bleaching .■ uccessfully done at ihe IttPKUIAIj HAIR BAZAR, Under the Hollenback, Second at. HEAD, WRIGHT & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCH ERS l .'iv North Maiu Street. Finest meats of all kinds constantly kept on hand and supplied on short no tice at reasonable rates. 5-3 3m FTt. martin '==7 j Dealer In New and y / Secund-hand FUHNITUI^E ~ ... Carpets, Matting, Fold rT" TT * ,j icg Bods, Office licks v ftltt fIT snd Stoves. Prices low '4-l+W- \ tor cash or will sell on -ti "MULUy installments. Few Fur ~" 1 J^ 1 "^ 1 "' 8 exchanged fo tt-Ll R • STREET Sttn iiiioiders' VfdTICE IS HF.Ii.KKY :iIVF.N THAT A MEET 1> ingot tho stockholders of the .Main-street and Agricultural i'srk itailroad Company will bo held at its oftico, No. North Main street in tbo City of l.os A turcica, Cal., on Mon day, tlio M d»y of July, A. li. latH, for ihe purpose of electing it board of directors for tfteonsuiftg year, and for tho transaction uf such other business at may properly come he lore tiie moot. ;ig. TJio polls will be opened nt 12 o'clock m. and ciosud at 3 o'clock p. in. O-tf 24* A. C. TAYLUU, 1 * Secretary. EAGLESON'S GRAND STOCK OF FANCY SHIRTS NEGLIGE SHIRTS OUTING SHIRTS SUMMER HNDERWEAD REDUCED PRICES 112 S. Spring St. Opp- Nadeau. fCUSSEN & CUNNINGHAM, jj fain Street Undertakers | 139 SOUTH MAIN STREET. . 299. Imlepeiik'iit of the Becent Trust. I Krabtlming Qnarauteed or No Charge. Qj COAL! COAL! COAli SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON,) l a CANNEL, .... [DOMESTIC. I NANAIMO, FOR STEAM. WHITE'S CEMENT, COKE, CHARCOAL, ETC + FUEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. HANCOCK BANNING, IMPORTER, Tflpplioniw 3B and 1046, 180 Wet Sorond Street. IMPORTING GROCER, 136-138 N.,Spring AUCTION SALE sSVfr* FORSTER HORS3S Monday, July 2d, Cor. Requena and Wilmington Sts., at 10 a. m. 25 held of the very choicest eTor sent to this market; 3,* and 6 years old; exceptionally fine; to be sold without reserve. K. W. NOV US, Salesman. M. A ■ FORSTKR, Owner. < IT NIGHT'S HOTEL JL jL Bear Valley Summer Resort, San Bernardino Co., CaL RATES $10 PER WEEK. The finest trout fishing in the state. A fine trail has jint been completed from tho hotel to Bear Creek, the paradise for trout fishers. Elevation 0.00 leet. Boats, sadt o hor.es snd bunoa for hire at the hotel at re stonable ratei. Coach leaves new bt. ChsricH Hotel, Sin Bernardino, on Tuesdays snd Fridays at 5 a.m. tare ior ho rouui trip. Tickets for sale »t Santa Fe ticket bttluei, Los Angeles and Sin Bernardino. For full particulars addreas g-23 g« GUS KNIGHT, Jr., Prop., Pine Lake, Cal. SPECIAL! THIS Fine Freach Cassimere Suits tS/\j WEEK CHOICE OF 4,00 PATTERNS. GABEL THE TAILOR, 312 SOUTH SintINWST THE LOS ANGELES ELECTRIC COMPANY Begs to announce that i: is now furnishing; INCANDESCENT ELECTIIIC LIGHT BY METER MEASUREMENT ! ELECTRIC CURRENT AVAILABLE FROM 7 a.m. to MIDNIGHT. c r Parties desiring Incandescent Elec tric Light on the meter system where lines are not extended will please make immediate application at the office of the company, 457 S. BROADWAY 616 1m IF YOU WANT A Nice Room. IF YOU WANT A Good Board ing Place, YOU CAN FIND THEM BY USING THE COLUMNS OF The Herald 5 Cents a Line Each Insertion. ♦ <t> ♦♦<»♦♦♦♦♦ »**S»»*«C!i»»«»se«* ♦ ROBT. L. GARRETT & CO.* ♦ *, 330 N. Mainst., Los Ann.oles, * ♦ nnißiii DIKECM3 AND embalmed. ♦ + l irnt clans equipment, Largeaud well <t> <■> selected stock. K'-tison.i v■• and fair ♦ prices. Careful nnd skillful tre*l ra in. •> •y Special attention given '" erjibMmiuq «v <> nnd shipping bodiei CO dlht&nt parrs oC + ir> tne country, Ciiilti promptly ♦> I <je> attended to. *\\ •4 + T«l#plmti* Nn. 75. *> > ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ » ♦ R. W. PRIDHAM, BLANK BOOKS AND PAPER BOXES REMOVED TO 110 AND 112 NORTH LOS ANGELES ST NEAR FIRST. TEL. 463. Baker Iron Works 050 TO 966 BUfiSA VISTA ST. LOS ANGELES, - CAU. Adjoining' S I*. Grounds. Tel. 1-4.