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llslisd evety morning except Mon day, BY JL>. I.Y-Nt 11. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Kor annum, by mall or express »l n Six months " " " Three months •* a Delivered by carriers, par weete 26 cents OSANBELES WEEKLY HERALD (•published every Saturday morning. TERMK One year.by mat 1 or ezpr»ss,one copy..gßilo Six months, " " " " ■••> <J Three ' " 00 Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates. All Kinds of Job-work done Co compete with Hnt> traiiplwe *» Prlre.Nly In. nod Rlexnnen «< Wnrlu nmnalilxt. Late Telegrams. f Murder at Tuiikliainu*'—T«,ru nic:i L ! Tombstone, July 4.—A. J. F. Die*, formerly a well known me;- j, chant of Ban Francisco, now ice w manufacture/ in Tombstone, w»h T sbot last evening at 9:30, while sit ' / ting In his office, by a man named / Carlton, also from Bati Fiuneleon. ) / ' The trouble grew out of Carlton's k/ deserting him end now stop L> ping wltli Diss at Ihe (IHee of Ihe loe company In this city. Mrs. I Carltou end another, lady war*) sti rs tins with Diss in his office when Carlton, under lhe Ii flnence of 1 quor, stepped In.tbe dour wlinout L a word of warning and shut Lies ■J through the hack, the bullet rang y lug downwaid. His colon Is sup- L | posed lo be cut and death is inevil able. Dr. Miller, one ot the attend ing physicians, just tol l v reporter I' that he has one chance in a bun . i dred to live. Diss's family live Id \ Ban Francisco. ! } There was a great, turnout to hear Fitflh's iiXiliou to-day. It sss a (masterly edit. We had a Hue . shower of rain, without thunder or lightning, with more likely tv come to-nigh<. Jaereaseil YleKI «if tti.ll ITOMB3TONE, July 4 —The Tomb- V stove Milt and Mining Company report ibe hull in yield f >r Juno at $167,553, bding the larife-t yield since the mines were developed This result is the working of twen ty-five stumps. Tne * reside..|i« sSiinin Inn.d j DuMit~luenl.iii.iiU 1i... f* s€ WaSBIKQTON, July 3, 10 A. M.— *Tbe Ie- uu ol the consul tv t ion of pny ■ siolaus is that the pyrnpioDik aie -s more favorable than at any time sluoe tbe bhiaptiug. Pulse, 116 Ku i attempt has been made to get tile , bullet as the physicians think ii i ' b&s beeu lodged where it will not tnoessarlly iulerfete with the ulti mate recovery uf Ihe President. Washington, July B—ll a. m — The i'lesiueiit'e condition la uteat ly Improved. He recelv«s sufficient S>« refre-bltig sleep and during his 5 waking hours Is cbeerlul and lu f alined lo uitcuss plem-ant loptcs. I Pulse 106, with more full end uuft I expression; temperature and respl r ration normal. Washington, July 3.—1 be Sec ' retary ol Stale has received ibe fol- I lowing from the Qovernut-Qeueial i . of Canada: L AMHKKST, Nova Scotia, July 2- Pray express my wnrmtet *ym , patby with the President and his I family at the dastardly attempt on j hia hie. lam sbui-keu at the news; V bui trust Ibe wound Is not njoitai. I shall be very clad ol luilher iv- J telllgence. Reply to iJahlsx. *; (Signed) Tokne, [i. Governor- (jsusral, v ■ Washington, July 3—An v- I amlDßtion made late tn-ulgbi dis 5.- Oloetd the fact that tbe ball bad J entered tbe President's hody hi fi twedu tbe ninth aud tenth ribs,aud ja had lodged either In the right lobe JF' of tbe liver or lv lbe interior walls "/ of tbe abdomen, and, in the opto hn lon of some of the attending pb) slolans, was not necessarily latal. At tbis hour, lam, the phyeiciaus sa say tbe Improvement iv the Presl ' dent's condition, whichcommcncd fl f soon after the. arrival of Mis. Oar- M, field, has coutiuued steadily up to ■ lbe present hour, tie has slept |V quietly at intervals, aud the at* kf teudant pbyS'Ciut s, are hopeful that rV be may be saved. I - Washing ion, July 3—12:43 p m Dr. bliss leports the Presideul I steadily Improving. Washington l , July 3-5 p M — Tbe Preelueut is asleep; discharges from bowels and bladder without indications nf blood; tempera'lire and breathing uatuial; pulse, 101; \£ oondltion continues to inipiove. \ ' Wabbinoton, July 8— 6P. M — T The Pi, aidem continues to loi prove • rvtjflowly; the physicians' hopes ate ' MmUtttUtj no inflammation yet; the very lavorable, cool aud / f irMD. • Washington, July 3-bP. M — ' r be Pleelllel.t In 6 nlr|.>l a uimd ileal Since Ibe last bulletin, thouub m ■,. oaefjßnUy suffering tiotu i>ain In a. bot , -*i ai il ankle*. Pulse 1(14; resiil.tlioii, 18; It perutnte, nt ai I, lr normal VV line Hie President is li) fc no means nut nf danger, yet Ins '1 symptoms cnulll lie favuiah c. •W (Signed,) D. VV. Hliss. Washington, July 3, 9 P m.— At y ruuior to tlie effrul 111 it lll i* flam (nation bus set In is Incurred, there lias been nu perceptible i change iv Ibe president's coi|illlioo X since 2 o'clock. I W ash in oti in, July 3 —0:45 P. m. L —Tbe surgeous say the symptoms P" continue lavorable; that every bour i tbis status continues lessens lbe I danger. * Washington, July 8, 10 P. M — \ Thecooiiiilou of the President is lesa j, favorable; pulse 121), teinpeiatuie, Jtu, He^s^murs Los Angeles Daily Herald. pun In hit fret. Signed, D. W. BII~h, J. A. K. Barnes, J. J. Wood ward, Holier i Key burn. Chicago, Jul; 3.—Tbe News has a iei.gr,iin from Secretary Liluooln, dateU early thin morning, saying that the President has steadily lin provid. The reaction from the shock has been favorable, aud the uttending surgeons aro very hopeful. Tbe Bangerfest Association adopted resolutions condemning the .murderous attack on the Presi dent uud txpreeslug their slnoerest wish tbat Ins precious life may be ► p ired for the welfare of our glo rious natiou. A proclamation, by the i-pecial command of tbe Haii gerbund, was issued, requesting the singing societies who hold pic nics to day to tespect the grief of the country and abstaiu from loud expressions of festival joy and music in the streets. President Garfield's mother has not been told of tlie calamity, as it is feared it would kill ber. She is very much enfeebled by a death In the lamily wbicb occurred re cently. A telegram has been sent by the President's sou to her other children, who are with ber, of a very reassuring tenor. Washington, July 4.—Dr. Bliss in a private conversation at 12:30 said that the Condition or tbe Pies idetit is admirable aud tho chances of his recovery are Bplendid. When the Cabinet learned of tbe physicians last night tbat the Pies- Ident was sinking, ,they requested Aithur Income on the midnight train, which he did. He suppress eil his uatuial desire to express f-yrupathy witb the Presideul and family because it was necessary to koi p lbe President absolutely quiet for the present. , Washington, July 4 -3:30 P. m. —No change in the President's con rill lon. He is cheerful and calm. No official bulletin since 1 P. M, While his condition is critical, the mere fact that he grows no wnr.e from hour to ur is considered lo be favorahi' Washington, July 4—7:45 a m —The President passed Ihe night uneasily, sleeping at short Intel vale. While his condition is not so favorable as last evening, still hopes are entertained that the Pres ident, will get better. Mis physi cians alv now consulting. Washington, July 4.—10:40 A.M. —The pnysicians said, after the consultation, ''If the Injuries are to .■rove fatal, it seems tbat wesbuuld have an increase of lhe dangerous Symptoms of last night instead of ■ tie slight improvement which we find this morning " Washington, July 4, 6:16 p. m l he Pieeid,n> partook of a quan tity of chicken broth a short lime urn) and has retained it, aud is resting about the same as when his condition was Inst reported. Washington, July 4, 6p. M — The President's symptoms are said in be somewhat worse. No official bulletin will be issued till 8 pm. Washington. July 4-6:20 P M —Theie is a Strong leeiiug outside of tint While llou-o that the Pres ident's condition is m >re critical at tnis time than it has yet been. Tbt impl'essioti rests uudoubtetlly ou rental ks privately made by those Whouie conversant with the case aud whose avenues of information are of the best possible character. No official bulletin will probably be issued al present, aud It is held that the physicians in attendance are deferring their bulletin. A CESSATION OF BULLETINS. Executive Mansi in, July 4— 9:45 P. M —Tbe atteuilant physi cian', announce that il the Presi dent's condition continues as it Is at present no further bulletius will be issued until 9 A M. WHAT A WATCHER HAS TO SAY. Executive Mansion, July 5 -5:80 A. M — C >l. KocU well, Wbo watched vi the President's bedtldeelno* 1 a. m , says that the President slept considerably during the night at intervals, enjoying nearly two hours of undisturbed sleep. At times when lie was awake tbe Pres ident showed a disposition to talk, but this was discouraged by tbe Watchers. Col. Rockwell, who has been at the President's bedside more or less every night since he received bis injury, thinks tbe sleep enjoyed by the President last night was less fitful and more ben eficial than his slumbers durlug any of tbe past three nights. DB BLISS'S OPINION. Executive Mansion, July 5— 6:45 A.J M —Dr. Bliss says this morning tbat tbe gen eral character of the Presi dent'seymptoms indicate a marked improvement over his symptoms as observed last night. His pulse this morning is tltmer and more like the normal pulse. An exami nation of the patient, and consulta tion of alteiiiiing physicians will soon be bad, after which au official bulletin will be prepared. an official bulletin. Executive Mansion, Wash ington, D. C, July 6 -9 am — Tne Pillowing is tbe otHclai bulle tin Issued at B*4o A. M : The Presi dent has passed a comfortable night, and bis couditiou this morn ing is decidedly more ravorable I here has been no vomiting since last evening at 8 o'clock, aud he has been able tn retain Ihe liquid nourishment administered There is less tymia'.ites anil no abdo minal tenderness except, in the wotitiileil re. lon. Pulse, 114; tein peiatuie, 106; re-pi rat ion 24 (dlgned) D VV. Bliss J. K. Uaknes. J J Wi.ODWAHD, KoB'T Kl-YBUKN. Xt ACTION PKOBIBLB, BUT N(Kf PKBMANKNT, Washinoton, July 6 —Private Secretary brown tbis mortiiog In foriuetl tbe Uablnet tbat there waa inatked Improvement. Secretary Blame was with the President all morning. Tim anticipation off.be President's pbysiolaus, tbat th* President's symptoms were lr*V*f sclent, were Justified. Hs slaX? more qataUy umt quill j I^JJ LOS ANGELES. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 6. 1881. cd. He took lime water, broth and milk and beef tea, retaining It. He was less restless and nervous aud bad been aaleep an hour and a half, at 10:40. Tbe official bulletin's pre diction still maintaiued tbat from 6t09 i* M Is tbe most critical lime. Possibly there will be a re action to night, but it is uot likely to be permanent. SURGEON HAMMOND SAYS THE CRISIS HAS PASSED. New "YORK, July s.—Surgeon Hammond . says tbe crisis has passed. HIS CONDITION AT NOON TO DAY. Washington, Ju<y 5—12:30 p m. The favorable condition o >utiuuts There has been no recurrence of vomiting. Pulse, 110) temperature, 101. Tne President Is now iv a natural sleep. No more bulletins will be Issued till 8:30 P. M. unless unfavorable changes occur. (Signed,) D. vv. Bliss, And three other physicians. THE TURNING POINT. Washington, July s—All tbe physicians agree that tbe taming point will probably occur to day. Tito bulletin issued this morning, showing further Improvement, Is, iv view of the unfavorable turn af fairs took yesterday afternoon and evening, oue of lbe most favorable that has appeared. The President this morning expressed himself ss comparatively comfortable. Tbe spasmodic pains in the lower ex tremities have entirely disappeared leaving behind, however, much mnscular soreue'S aud tenderness lo tbe touch. There Is less tym panites, and no abdominal tender ness whativer except in the hepatic region. Since BA. M. he has takeu an ounce ami a half of chicken broth every two hours ami has re tained it all. The wound was again dressed antiseptlcaily Ibis morning. Although but nue-half a grain of morpbiue has been ad ministered bypodermlcally during tbolast tweuly-four hours it has iteen found quite ettffl lent Uis pulse, however, still keeps up. At »:30 a M it was 114°; temperature, lUUSO 100, respiration, 24 Seveu ly-lwo hours have now c apsed since the wound was receive I. We oatiurt but feel eucnuraged tbis morning, although, of oourse, we* do uot overlook any of tho points that still beset tbe pith lowatds tecovery. The course of treatment agreed upon will be steadily pursued, [digued ] D W. Bliss, J J. Baknks, J. J Woodward. Bubt. Keybuknr. Washington, July 5 —Ur. Blise says emphatically that the Presi dent is decidedly Improved this morning and that, bis prospects are more lavoradle than at any other 1 time yet. The President th s morn ing woke up from a good sleep and all present in the room were de lighted to bear bim say "1 am hungry I must have something to eat," and he was given some chicken hioth, though \ tbe doctors had some fear that it! would not remain on bis stomach. It did, however, and alter eating it the President remarked : " I teel much better" Tuen the doctors made un examination and foun I tbe swelling in Ibe stomach, called tympanites, had receded and the pulse was gradually falllug to a nor mal condition All faoes at the White House tc-day wear .expres sions of bnpe. The doctors show that they really feel the encourag ing words they utter. The weather is warm, but the President's room is most pleasantly situated aud gets all tbe breeze there is. STILL FAVORABLE Washington, July 5—11:50 a. m. —The Pie-ni> ni's symptoms con tinue favorable. All reports lo the contrary are unfouuded. A FAVORABLE SION. Washington, July s.—The ab sence ol tenderness in the stomach except at the wound is regarded hh a very good sign and an indication that there is no great danger of peritonitis. Dr. Bliss this morn ing said the swelling of the b iwels was subsiding and lite temperature reduced. The President slept well for ninety minutes. AT A QUARTER TO TWO THIS AFTERNOON. The President's symptoms ate as favorable as at the date of the last official bulletin. He has just had a natural aud perfect movement of the bowels which was not accom panied by unfavorable indications. His condition is regarded by at tending physicians as Very encour aging. THIS AFTERNOON. Washington, July 5—3 p kt — Reports from the President are still favorable. There will possibly be some reaction to-night. The weath er is blazing bot. AN UNYIELDING PROPHET OF EVIL. 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QOODALL, PERKINS A CO., GEN ERAL autNie. SAN FRANCISCO. San Franolsoo and Los Angeles. SCHEDULE FOR JULY. Coming Squib Oolng North Il sH 31 ST.AMKHS fl || g» S3 35 ' g j BS_ Orlxaba.... July 1 July » July 0 July X Ancon..... " 7 " 9 " 11 " 18 Omaha.... " 12 " 14 " 10 " 18 Ancon..... " 17 " 10 " 21 " 23 Ornaba.... " 22 " 24 " 26 " 28 Ancon " 27 " 20 " 31 Aug 2 Orizaba.. Aug 1 Aug 3 Aug 5 " 7 Both steamships oall at Port Harlord (SanLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara. The Company reserves i n-- right ' o ohange the steamers or their day. of sailing. CHANGE OF HOUR. aorPassengers tor Han Francisco take the train lor Wilmlugton that leaves Los Angele. at 10:50 o'clock A. M., Los Angeles time. Los Angeles and San Diego TH I BTBAHRKS . Orizaba and Anoon. Leave Han i edro for Han I lego July 3. 0,14,10,21,29, and August 3. Passengers take the train that leaves Los Angeles for Wilmlugton at 3.45 p. a., Loa Angeles time. Rates or tu.'e (fom Los Angele* ~*Mi b . I*9r^teerage.1*9r^teerage. To San Francisco »i.S 00 SlO 00 To Port Harford .2 00 9 00 To Santa Barbara _ 8 00 000 To S.n Diego g 00 6 00 Plans of steamers'cabins at agent'solrloe, where berths may be scoured. FOR WAY PORTS. The steamer Los Argeles leaves San Buenaventura aud Sanlu Barbara for Sau Franolsoo every rriday, calling at way ports. Tbe tteamer Newport, P ummer com* mucnr, tuns b iween sau Hii.t Newp'.n Landing, ealltna at Santa Cjuz Sau Buenaveuiura, Bueneme, sau Peoro, uuu Aoahenu La>< oinir, for combustliites, way f eight and passen gers, lea.lng san Frauclsou about eveiy I n days, as tiues serve on ibo INewpoit bar. — Vot Passage or Vrelgnt as above.or for tlokots to and rrom Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H.McLELLAN, Agent, Office, No. 68) Main street, over the Commercial Bault, Los Angel c. S. P , Re R . COMMENCINO Sunday, May Ist, 1881, And until further notloe. Wilt leave LOS ANGISLES as follows: 8. nn A. M.— DAILY-S.P. Atlantic Ex ■UU pi~ess for Yuma (Colorado Ulver !.ieauiers), Maricopa (Prescott), Caaa Grande, (Florence), lucson, Denson, (Tombstone). Deming, N. M. (for A. T. aud S. F. R. R.) and Rogers (ioru.l Paso). 8./F A. M.—DAILY—San Franolsoo ,49 Through Freight and Third clu.. Accommodation train. 9.0(1 A. M.—DAILY—Via L. A, A L ■OU R. B.—Local Passenger train lo tsanta Monica. WiOCA M.—DAILY—LooaI passenger •OD train to Wilmington. 2.4 ft P. M.—DAlLY—Except Sunday— ■ Oil Local pusseuger train to OolLon. •J.QnP. M.—DAILY—LooaI" Passenger O.OU train to Wilmington. 4-Cil P. M DAILY—LooaI Passenger • OU train to Anaueim anti Santa Ana (San Diego.) s'flfl5 'flfl P.M—SUNDAYS FXOEPTED .UU v ia L. A. & L It. R. L-ieal, Pas* senger Train to Santa Moniou. (On Sun day this tiaiu will leavo at 6:50 P. M ) 5 .1P P. M.—DAlLY—Express ror Sau .13 Frauctsco, couneotlng at Lathrop with trains ot the Central Pacific Kail road lor the East. 7,/r P. M.-DAILY-S. P. Emigrant .*to Train for Yuma. Tuc.on and LMtiuiug (A. T. & S. F. R. R.) A. N. TOWNE, General superintendent, T. H. OOODMAN. General Passenger and Tloket Ag't. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent. Los Angele. BEE RANCH FOR SALE, MTUATKI) EIGHT MILKS FROM LOH ANQELEB, Wltbtwo dwelling bouses, bar a, chick* on-buusesaod honey house; plenty oi Eood mountain wnt r brougut lit the ouses In pipes; a large stork oi Italian ~ In (tie most improved style o< hives, together with all tbe appurte nances ticoesflary for the use and opera tion ot the bee business. Yor fuitbei particular.-, lnqulieat .8 Main street, or address P. O. box M 6, Los Angeles, Cal JaWtf Capitol Bakery AND CONFECTIONERY, SPRING ST., below the Postofllee. sor WED DING CAKES AND FANCY CAKES or all style, always on band. ear attractive novelties rot 1 lbs Holiday.. Give m. a call. dTdnt H. SCaCMAOSSB NO. 1«7 BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS HANK Oi* Los Augeles. CAPITAL aOO.OOO OO Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO ISAIAH W. HH.LMAN PreStdaM L. c. GOODWIN Vlos-Prcaldent JOHN Mll^EB...™.™..'™3ee»S»w BOARD OF DIRECTORS. IeAiAS w. Kixjjxak, Jom>H.Oian O. W. CICXIiDB, C. B. Tmom. L. C. Goodwim, A. GLASSBU. i'Hii.. Gainikk, Don. ambhot Josa Mascaksx. X xohange for laic oa NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, and BERLIN. Receive Deposit* and Issue Tie*] Certificates. Bur and Bel LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN KENT, STATE, COUNTY. AND CITY BONDS. LOS AN6ELES COUNTY BANK. MAIM STREET Lob Angela* Ca Capital Stock (paid up) - £.? Prwldeal 8AKER...... Vlco-Pre.lS.nl H. 1,. MACNEIL Z..T_!oSS& DIRECTORS. J. 8. Blausok, a. W. Bowk ait V. A. Hooter, Robkbt S. Bad* J. Bzxbt, On. W. Paasoor R. M. WIDNKT. Bny and sell excoange on San rranoisoa. ■ New York, Louden, Paris, Berlin «n4 Fraukfort. Buy exchange on all parts or tbe Unit* States and Europe. Kecel ye money on open account and Car* tlncale of Deposit, and do a genetaj banking and exchange business, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP LOS ANGELES) PRESIDENT J. E. BOLLBniOX OASEIEK E. F. BFBBOS oB6tf SOCIETY NOTICES. Nfiaaonlc Notice. m «.<,* Ana-elm lamUm »■>-1. . pha. r.o. aa, and til Master Mason, la- I v;eod stan Jlnt are cortiolly invited ' By order of the W:> M:- Chas. Smith, Secretary. ® Knights ol Pythias. OLIVE LODGE. No. ML meets every WursaaJ •veHinrTal 7 o'clook, at the Castle - Hall Downey Blook. All sojourning Knight' in good standing are cordially Invited r, „ „ J- *~ DCNBMObR,O.& O. E. Milks,K. o.' R. a T< Los Angelas Chapter No. 83, R; • •:• t Stated MUNDAi or eaoh IH v. ii. at Masonic xffiuT Sojourning eompanionaWn good standing vited. By order of A. W. BDKLMAH.H. f. Bam. Praqik, t secretary. TEMPLAR Pa Una Cswswanary Utk Holds It. stated conclave, at the A.ft lum lv Mnsonlo Hall, on tbe Third THURSDAY ol ca■:!> month, at TM o'clock p. H. Sojourning Knlgbts Templar S good standing are cordially invited to a*> tend. By order of th* J. 0. LiTTi.»iTsa.p. Heoord.r. Ui angolas Council No. 11, Royal and Sslael Misters, F. * *U *)., Holds its stated assemblies on tbe «tv .Monday of each month at Masonic Hall, at7:3o p.m. Sojourning Companions in - ;ood standing are fraternally invited Is attend. By order oi lue Th:. 111". R. Q. CUNNINGHAM, Keoorder. < .<>* Angeles EMfje la, so,I. O. SXsr Regular meeting bald on Skw. sSWHOMtHDAt EVENING Ol 'OJaBBJEweHeb week at TH o'clock- So* lournlng brethren la good standing are cordially invited. A. Fhapik, It. 8. ■ EAGLE CORPS, N. G. C. Regular meeting, at armory. Union Hall, every Friday evening at 8 o'olook. W. H. H. RUSSELL. „ . _ Captain Commanding. C. A. Kittut, 1 lrst Sergeant. JeM-tf Confidence Engine Company lie. 2. - REGULAR MEET IN CHI • 4 taYi this Com pany will take place i-BSJ. ou the Orel Wednesday eve /sSBJBJri ning or each month, at tjf o'ciook By order, CrIARI.BS BBI'LBB.SjOy STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. - Tho Annual Meeting of the KtookheleV ers ol tne r armers' ana Merchants' Hang of Los Angeles, will be held at tbe Bank Building, on WEDNESDAY. JOLT STB, BBS. at., for,.the alnßlssl at a ' •Bo.rkoX Irusie . aad rwTh. SSSBtaTSB.