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WSDNESDAY JULY 6, 1881 nvkaias. motkik. HLareaiter uotloes of oompantes, socle ttea, churches, etc, will only be Inserted lv tun HtsAi.uu paid advertisements. We reserve, tor Places of Worship, a grat is directory, whioh will appear every Sunday morning. T*JS Fourth, of July deujou*u» tlon yesterday, notwithstanding tte damper thrown ou it hy the i*n»Oa table new* from Washing test, wasemotably creditable affair. Bot Us extent we never saw it aur •aeaed any where, the lavish oui. lay* of money needed lo Insure SSKIh a superb display being sup plemented by a rare good taste and ertUtlo skill. Tm voluntary exchange of Lot Angele* ten per cent, railway , bond* tor tbe new redemption issue carrying ouiy seven per o*nt., by the Bank of California and Sotro 4c Co., bankers, ia a very gratifying testimony to tbe bigb •tanderd of the credit of tint oily abroad. To compare small things witb great, it is running on ail fours With the surrender of tbt tends of the United States for I bosc carry I tig a lets interest, and show, *■» asms confidence upon tne pari of Investors. The oi n version of the •Id Indebtedness; Into redemption bonds will bs the means of saving about S2OOO a year in Interest to tbe city. Should President Gaiflsid re cover and live out bis term, be can apt fall to retain a lasting and pro ••Hewed sentiment of gratitude tn •en whole people of the United . States, Irrespective of party or sec Won, who, for the time being, havt , barled all recollection of old con. •rovereies and heart-burnings, am. Who unite in a cordial aud universal ■MBtration tbat he may come out •f tbe ehadow of the valley ol *»*tb where be now lies prone. "■JrSfsjan-'t u,lnk tbat, after such c touching, ge'£;rS'uS-i!;i. general sympathy from his poli(iclrt*P£° nente of tbe Democratic party paH Uenlarly, and .notably from tbe people of tbe South, tbe President oan ever again Uud ft in bis heart to cherish partisan rancor. 9i=a>ant==-9 Turn appointment of Mr. 1,. W. Heliaian, President of tbe Farmers 4b Merchants' Bank of this oily, at - OSes of the Jtsejanieof the driver ■lty of California, in piaoe of Mr. D. O. Mills, resigued, is an act which reflects great credit upon Gov. Per kins, wbo bus shown a laudable de •Ire, in all uon-politlcal trusts in his gift, to disoard part zau blgoliy The appointment will be accepted as quite a compliment to Southern California, which has beeu too much neglected in tbe past in all lines, ft Is tbe more grscefui be cause Mr. Hellmati has for years •ad years beeu oue of the most et - thuslastlc, unfligeing and liberal Demoorata lv tbe State, and the fltet intimation be reoeived of the houor w»s io tbe shape of au auto graph latter from the Governor eouohed In very oordial aud flatter lag terms. Coming thus unsolicit ed, the trust Is doubly acceptable. Mr, Hellman, In addition to bis sterling and sagacious business ap titudes, whioh will be fouui Of great service to bis oollesguee Jin tbe management of tbe Uoi varsity, has many notable qualifi cations for tbe trust. Many ol those wbo only bnow bim as tbe alert and successful business mau may not know that be Is a gentle* nan not ooly of vigorous intellect bat of very considerable research, various and exact Information ou • great variety of subjects and a j|Us*K>ooompllahed linguist. Tbe gives marked satis faction to all classes of our people, and It affords us grsat pleasure to assure the people of the State that la Mr. I. W. Hellman tbe Univer sity of California will bave •n energetic, capable and In* Asfatlgabls conservator of its in tercets. AB it is still a possibility that the President may die, there are cer tain faata wLiicb. will proro of |u terest to those who may not know them. When the President dies tbe Viae President becomes P.esl •lent by the express terms of tbe Constitution of lbe United States. All he has to do, if be so desires, is to go before a Justice of the Peace, or any other officer empowered lo administer' an oath, and take the oath of offloe. From tbat moment, without any oeremony whatever, ho is President. In the jaae ol Arthur the question or bis eligibil ity might be raised. It bus several times been asserted tbat Artbui Wea born in Canada, though hit friends claim tbat be Is a native ol Maine. We presums this issu, would be determined by the usual proeese of a writ of quo warranto and would be settled at ouue by t bt Supreme Com t. Owing to the fact that tbe Republicans, after Ihcj secured Maboue, only bad a major. Ity of one tbrougb the casting volt ef Vioe President Arthur, that gen tlemen could not absent bimseii boas the Senate, am' It was accord- Isglj loft without a obairman prt Ism., wbo, if Arthur becomes Pres. Meat, would, of course, bs V<o rVeetdent. As a result, until tlx issttld States Senate sboulu ■Ma* M«l elect s obairman, wa bwvjM have a President but Should Arthur die before a Vice President can oe elected, the law would mike Samuel J. Baudalr, •De Speaker of tbe House ot Repre sentatives?, President. Should Gar field die aod Arthur become Presi dent, we ebould unquestionably have a Republican President and a Demooratlo Vioe President. Even should tbe Republicans succeed in electing two Senators at Albany, tbe first thing ths Senate would do, before attending to any other bust ness, would be tv eleot a chairmau; and, as there Is a olear Demooratlo majority of two in tbat body, it would, of course eleot a Democrat ■ I 1 IT Is quits vexatious the way tbe manipulators of tbe telegrams as tv tbe President's condition bave trfled witb tlie people. Snub a mass of contradictory, vague aud worthies.! dispatches has seldom beeu fabricated before. Ia view of tbe universal popular anxiety, It would oertainly seem to have been a very easy as well as expedient thing for the surgeous in attend ance uioa lhe wounded President to bave prepared a eucoiuct ac count of the oharaoter and exao looation of tbe wounds, and yet tba number of oouflietiug reports as to tbe exaot iootlity aud gravity ol Garfield's injuries is simply ridic ulous. As first reported, In addi tion to tbe wouud in tbe arm, Mr. G«i flshl was shot through the kid oeys. Another report said that the ball bad entered between the third and fourth ribs. St.II another that its way lay between tbe eighth aud ninth ribs, while the tblrd rib version inclined to tbe tenth and eleveutb. After these several accounts had beeu duly digested, word came along tbat tbe ball, after passing tbrougb tbe rigiit lobe of tbe liver, had lodged lii the anterior wall of the abdo men. It Is something unpardona ble tbat tbe fifty millions of people of tbe Uuiud Stales ehoulil have been treated in this trifling and contemptible manner. A simple little bulietiu of fifty words would bave disposed of all this vague speculation and given those who know soniethirg about the human frame an opportunity to least an lßtalllgjn^Js, O0 „ JL, the result of Guitteau's dastardly deed. While tbe official bulletins have filled to give any satisfactory account of the wouuds themselves, the varying reports of the Presidtni's condition have beeu frivolous aud vacillating in the extreme. Oue hour we have Wo assured that everything # lovely, that tbe deadly intent of the assassin has beeu foiled, aud that ibe President is out of danger. Presto! change. Tbe bulletin which arrlvei the next hour or so oimes burdened with lugubrious intelligence. Tbe President la Sinking rapidly. Ou these occa sions Surgeon-General Barnes is invariably trotted out aa the medh oal>Caesaudra. He beats Job Trot ter all hollow as a professional dispenser of woe. All his opiuioca smack of death aud the grave. One h tempted to believe that be must bave beeu a constant reader ol Hervey'a "Amongst the Tombs" >n bis early days, so steadily do bit thoughts tend towards those me! aooholy rtstiug places i f the deal departed. Surgeon-General Barnei leaves Garfield's sick room wring ing out a tear aud announcing thai there is no earthly hope of his re covery. Later he annouuoes thai tbe President can't possibly llvi two boors. His patient having compassed the oreditable achieve ment, under euch dlsoouraeing cir cumstances, of living two and fort) hours after that date, Barnes next annouuoes, at 9:40 P. if. Monday, tbat Gatfield can't live till mid night.. Such Is an outline of tbt way in which tbe people of tbt United States have been treated at a orisis so Interesting to them all. Il is not only frivolous but positively indecent. While, as we bave said, there is no real aud reliable data to base an opinion upon, we are in clined to think that the President will recover, and that the fanatic Gultteau's Insane impulse bar been defeated, a result which would give, we do not hesitate to ssy, vii a I loy.nl pleasure to tht whole people of the United States, of all parties. A FATAL SYMPTOM. Dr. Eawitoa Styi TympuiUi v th* Fneu for of Dm'.h. Upon tbe reclpt of the bulletin announcing the Indications ot tym panites in the Presidents case last night, a Chronicle reporter started with It in searuli of a medical man to ascertain its significance. Dr. George Hewstou, who was former ly a member of the Board of Su pervisor-, and upou the death of Mayor Otis was chosen to fill tbe Vioanoy for the rest of tbe term, aod who is a physician of long praollce In Ibis cliy, was found at bis residence on Sutler street. He unhesitatingly expressed the opin ion that it was a fatal slgu and 'bat ihe President would not sur Vive forty eight hours after its ap pearance. He added tbat when be read the dispatches yesterday in isiereuee lo ihe fact that the shot nail entered tue liver, he tben con cluded that the President could not live. To corrohotate bis Idea, the Doctor direoted I be attention of the reporter 10 the "Surgioal History or tbe War of the Rebellion,' 1 wherein It was stated tbat "pistol -hols at very close range, whiob produoe a laoeratloo of tbe liver, invariably terminate fatally." Dr. He wnton rtm irked that hit long eXperinOs as a surgeon enabled hnu to corroborate (his view or the matter positively, aud tbat if It were not tbat the hour was so very lata ba would speak at greater length on the subject.— S.f.Chron tale, July 4. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. [Special to the Hpbvld by the ffwtern Union Telegraph Ooinpuiv. I PACIFIC COAST. •"Hxeunern eeuin »u<] m—t. Fresno, Cal , July 6th.-Thefol. lowing Is tbe list of passengers for tbe South and Bast on tbe train which passed this place, at 6pm: J Patton, Woodland; Mrs J Patton do; Allls Fowler, do; Mrs Wood, Ban Franolsoo; J H White, do; JB T Sullivan and wife, Massachu setts; J A Stelnberger, San Fran olson; 011 Burgess, Tuolumne Pass; Q H Robinson, Quaymsei J M Wood, Wlllcoi; V R Pickett, San Franolsoo; 8 Nolan, Tuosonj E R«rry, San Frsncisoo; F Fredly Yd**: Q H Holland, St Loala; UB Taylor, Florence: Tbe rnajrfh at 51.,, Feaasiaesv- O'ln" and c iSaaMies. San Fbanoisoo, July Bth.—The ouly observation of the 4th In tbis oity was of an Informal nature,car ried on mainly by tbe übiquitous am .11 boy. The rattle and bang of crackers, pistols and bombs re sounded all day and evening. There weresome private displays of fire works. The streets were thronged, the principal Interest centering around tbe bulletin boards, tbe eagerness to lesrn tbe latest news of the President's condition contin uing uuabated. There was the usual Fourth of July crop of crimes and accidents. Caroline Kate Ro mer, aged 12, was burned to deatb ay her dress catching fire from flre sraokers. A Chinaman was fatal ly wounded by one of bis comrades, tod a Chinawoman shot dead by a highbinder. Herman Becker,cook it tbe Long Brauoh House, near the Cliff House,was fatally stabbed in an affray with his employer, Nicholas Huokguertel. There were I great number or fire alarms, but no damage of consequence, except (3000 loss to tbe Green street Con gregational cburcb. Iv many places in the Interior ibe, usual exerolses were carried on, references to the recent Washing ton tragedy being inoluded in nu merous instances in the literary ixerolses by resolutions and other wise. ""3*l San Jose, July 6th.— Ear.J-y' tv i B morning the Operas House and ►leven other, V.ildlngs were de ,l SX*gr »ue origlu of the fire is inknown. Loss on the Opera House, $80,000; otrher losses uuae isrtalned. r-lal faintly Qaarrei. Portland, Ogo., July 5 —Last evening Benjamin Cornelius, an olil aud respeoted farmer of Wash ington oounty, had a shooting af fray with his son-lu-law, John Powers. Charles, a son of Benja min Cornelius, joined In the fr»y. The eider Cornelius aod Powers are fatally wounded. The trouhie grew out of family dißcul-: ties. J EASTERN. rile feeling nt n»t»invio»-Tsjea- H-I.el UmffMrMi ibnl ilin Pri-M fl*>tt Wilt Bco<tf«r-Mr«. ttnaflaia B'H'l'iM Di> llimixniuir. Washington, July sth.—Public anxiety about the President eontiu ued at fever beat all day ytserday. Pleasure or celebrating tbe 4th of July was thought of by only a few. The report of some unfavorable symptoms lv tbe evening drew larger crowds arouud the White Mouse gates than ever before. Many of the best citizens were seen In groups at the White House gates, etaudiug there by the hour waiting for the latest information of the President's condition. There was no disposition among the people to indulge io pleasantry of auy kiud It Is remarkable that a great many persons, scores and perhaps buu dreds, adhere lo the same uushakeu faith lv the President's final reoov cry that Mrs. Garfield expressed. "He will get well, I know be will; I just feel that be will," is the dec laration of belief frequently uttter ed. Persons who feel thus do Dot undertake to account for tbelr feel lug upon a natural basis aud pro claim it simply as a faith that is strong wltbiu them. A faith tbat Ood, who rules all natinus, will spare to the country a President iv whom suoh universal confidence Is felt and who Is so universally ad mired, respected and revered by tbe people over whom he rules. The President's heroio conduct since be was shot ha, increased the national respect for bim. He has shown that under all cir cumstances and conditions he is the same. With death staring him lo tbe face he is just exactly what be was when in tbe full vigor of a splendid manhood. On every hand, in every way, and by all sec tlons uf the couutry, proofs of Ibe d ep bold the President has upon the popular heart are abundant. Hundreds of persons, frem tho North, South, E*st and West have o ime to Washington since Satur day, in order tbat tbey may be near enough to hear tbe first news. Every train brings new arrivals. At 11 o'clock last night, when the bulletin announced some improve ment iv tbe President, expressions of joy were beard from all tbe vast Crowd arouud tbe White House, but nothing like cheers were given —an evidence of consideration not often given by large assemblages. Mrs. Garfield ooutluues to bear up nobly. She is the only person besides the doctors and nurses who is permitted free access to the Presideut. She goes in when sh< pleases, and If awake he alway* greets her with a smile and ah sneaks encouraging words. Hi children also exhibit the same for titudesbowo by the parents. Mrs Garfield bad a good night' rest Sunday night and was at thi President's side a great deal yee terday. Occasionally Mrs. Blaim or Mrs MaoVeagb are permitted t< enter the room aud fau the Preei deut. He always greets their pleasantly. Secretary Blame bas suffered thi keenest mental anguish since the President was shot aod ths suffer, lug has told ou bim fearfully. H, was a witness of tbe assassin* deed and tbe shook almost un nerved bim. Besides tbe grief and anxiety which Is natural to every patriot audio addition to bis rt ■ sponslbilily as a prominent offiiial of the administration, the ttecr, tary' - personal leeliugs are deeply moved. He baa beeu a close aud intimate frieod of tbe President for jws. Tbey bave stood by each otber in trying and slotting times of the past, when boTO were In Congress, aod tbe bond of affec tion between fbem has atmi<th ened with each succeeding year. The surgeons who are at fending tbe case spend most of their time at ths White House and at least two of tbem are there all tbe time. Tbey do not remain constantly at tbe President's side, but slay in tbe library, two rooms away, Tbey say they oan better Judge of the otseand its ohauges by thus re maining away. Urlseoua, me VasMSf, Chicago, July 6th.—Grlseom. in his 89 (Wye' fasting has beeu very uncomfortable. Yesterday room lug be fainted through baviuir rist v too hastily. Later lv tbe day be vomited aud last evening he Was troubled by the heat At midnight, however, lie recover; ,j grit, health and oouddence. Twenty-eight Are alarms lad three still alarms were sounded yesterday. Tne President ripwilmirit ~, igi t*r„ve~ lie lii (ili-.-rttj., I/.. (] i Jt.. Bill CI, S>erJ BH»#*. E . - >-nW Washington, July iitli.— ukc President continues, slowly to jfc. prove aud tbe doctors miy tue iiflh. cations are wore favorable forXji recovery. Yesterday svas a v#y critical day aud, while he ;<j t eli slderable strength, yet tbe infl.m mation bad beeu kept down and there are no traces ol the dtea<le<> periioultis. ExeootiVd Mansion, 4:16 p. m —The President's pulse has fulfil to 104 aud he is restiug quietly, j ExtcooTiVß Mansion, 7:30 p. v. The President's pulse reiiiuiiiM at 104. There are no unfavorable symptoms and he is resting quietly. Washington, July 6th.—Every thing arouud tue White House] is more favorable aul cheerful, Tbt Presideut even is cheerful bjjo talks freely. When asked about how he feels, he said: "You keep heart. I bave not yet lost miii," The wound has begun to adhere stud there is no serious mil tuimatisjot It Is thought the chances favorjß timate recovery. The pubtls B oitement has abated and tberetts fewer people about the gates LUi. ooln aud Jas. Rookwellcalled at 8:15, Lincoln read aloud the first offlj. ; bulletiti and his listene.''- i., )uU . leoanoe lighted up.a*'!hey shook I b" Uu s warmly, '\ t 8 : 45 Mr „ Qltf .. | field sepiV-iuuijje: a reassuring dts- IJalfifratid spoke hopefully of lhe President's recovery. - . Arthur has suffered much gr(*i and anxiety as to the case He talks little and last uight i-htd tears iv relating his interview with Mrs. Oarfleld and said a fatal termiuutinu would be the greatest I calamity that coiili! bappeu to bite country. It is enough to convtuj-e everybody of the folly of paAV strife, whatever may be the result of tbe Presideul's wouude and in whatever hands thus admiiilstla tion ol tho government may be' hereafter. The Cabinet unitedly scout a po litloal significance to the crime. Chicago, July. & 4:46 ». m<«. Private dispatches in Unnreotd nt- HwJllhmbere bring cheerful news. Ide prospects of a good night are 1 (ohreasiue;. The President himself odutlnues brave, cheeiful, confident sail oh illy. „Je*Js£.utive Mansion,. WasisH Illoio«,6 8o P. M.—l'liefPre'-i heiii is now sleeping. Tho istiemltiitl and watcher: are taking ilviMiiauJ of his quietness and ar« Ippsily all dgsitig in different par» of the hallway aud adjoining rdbme. Chioaoo, d p m—A Washing ton special says: Tne Weather is less sultry aud more favoiHb'o, though still hot. The President's friends are encouraged morl and more, bis physicians step .more briskly and move more readiljr and with leas dubious shaking ofllhelr heads. Washington, July sr.u.—Secre tary Biaine cabled to Ministttr' Lowell: The President's svmo turns aro more favorable this rnon • lug. There is an improvement iv hie pulse, temperature aud teSpira tion sluce 8 o'clock lust eve.iing. He is uot suffering from nausea, previously so very distressing. His physicians are more hopeful. At 4 P. H. tbe physicians say the symptoms are must encouraging. Washington, July 6t.h.—Blaine telegraphed the Maiquis Lome, at Halif .x: The President's symp t.oms have improved all day. At 4 P. M. he was decidedly better, giv ing us ail fresh hopes. Exhcotive Mansion, July 6th— 8:30 P sc. —l'he condition (if the President ooutluui-H as favorable as st lust bulletlu. Puleeloß, tempei ature 100, respiration 2* No fur ther DUlletlus will be Issued till to morrow morning unless 111 oase of au unfavorable change. (Signed) D VV. BUSS, ROBT ItEYBORN, J. 11. BAKNEB, J. J. Woodward. Washingron, July sth—9 p. m. —Nothing important. All private and public newscunlirm the favor able prospects. Au nissniaslliiu to I.* in n USUI. mv Bhicaoo, July sth.—The Inter- Ocean h Washington special suys: it Is reported that an oiganlzatlon of 800 negroes has been formed here to break Into tho (all nud lynob Guitteau if the President dies. «V»ul.d so Kill 111,.v... Washington, July 6th.—A man was arrested this morning ou Pennsylvania avenue who said he had come to Washington to kill Blame. He was armed with a re volver. His notions were those of a crazy man. When taken to the t'Olioe station be was unable to give bis name. Santa Fe, N. M.July Aib.— The uacinoal holiday ban Dot In terrupted the process of the rail road ease ou beariug here. Early this morning H. S. Brown con cluded his argument, commenced last Saturday, fortify log by puint. Ed and well eeleoted authorities the position heretofore staled as relied upon by defendant. Judge Brown seemed to eetabllab tbe iinpru denoe of tbe order first issued grant ing an Injunction aud appointing a Receiver. Brown at last satisfied lile afs iclate counsel. He Wnafol lowed by Judge Waldo, In a Uriel but eloquent argument for onm plaiuant. He was succeeded by Gov. John C. Brown, of Texas, ou the same aide. Gov. Brown takes ihe broad ground tbat the Tn».. Pac flo hss a charier exclusive iv Its character and that no otber company can build any road any where within the eighty mile belt between El Paso aud Sau Diego; that tbe Southern Paoltto It a tres passer upon their exclusive rights sod that Ita ohartor from Now Mexico being in conflict witb with tbe not of Congress under which tbe Texas Pacifcc was organised, is null and void. Gov. Brown also announced tbsgt tbey were prepar ing tbe papers to commence a sim ilar suit lv Arizona. ■ li" 1 l«r u«i>i»k far OarOsld'a n-«ln. Marshalliown, lowa, July 6. —A laborer on ibe railroad was killed by a OMnpaolon for hoping tbat Uurfle'd would die. C.o..kl>»v .am Atinar Bl»mrn. ClkvelanO. Obio, July sth—At Ciiardau, Gaauga county, in tbe heart of PrettUeot Garfield's old district, extensivo preparations bad been made for an old fashioned celebration, consisting of a barbe cue, prooesslnu, races, etc From seven to ten thousand people from rteauga aud adjoining counties gathered, . but the demon tration was abandoned and the muss organized and were ad dressed by J. Rhodes, of Ch-Velami, ohnssn orator" of tbe day, and Rev. »»i»jJ They iiuheslfatlniTy pXio ■ s-edjthe nplniuri that but Mr Conk lna")". c.iur.-e the sßonrnjißj* aHie*9lua|inn would not have i>o -eurred! f They regretted that Ar tliui's elevation to i he Presidency may be nbsslble aud feared tbat the weret elebM-nts of the Republieab party wefe likely to go to Ihe front. Toee» yntirnetits appeared to be Sbafed by all present. Go to Haxtou & Co. who continue to nell-everything lv the drug Hue cheaper than ever. Prescriptions carefqlly prepared, llg Main street, Los Angeles. Se\XM#-baod clothing bought and mid at So. 8 Aliso street. The L»st feeding - bottle iv the worldalir sale by Qelnsernan ai Klie.V^ -Af ~ .;'.,—— » EMK hundred dollars worth of se?ouoVhaml clothing wanted at tVoSaJajMlsn street. •■ -**-* g NEW TO-DAY; ; " Wanted. , ' A man who understands tbe care of trees, garden horses and cow, on a place inside ihecltv limit. • Apply to M'JKFORD * UltQ WN; . JyO corner spring and Tempters^s. Situation Wanted. By a competent woman, to aaaMt trr general housework or chant her .Mark. Appky eoriiet of Hill and-ElrhtsTirs. Jr»i« , #100 REWARD. . , —■ ' ■ ~ ' Fbr ffa'Tirmatlon loading to tbe con vie. tion of any person wilfully and mall. el< usis- placing aYry WetaT, wood or otber substance la any stack to be threshed by our machine. "' ' ' HOLMES & 00. July il, 1881. JB Im FOR SALE. '" ,t ryWiD rTrtKSr, g». nout an* BJts> , DIE. Horse wn I drive double. Must tie S'jlo this week. Inquire at C. L. FISH- X it'S boot and shoe store. J j 6-1 w Dr. J. S. ttriffln, UP-STAIRS CITY OF PARIS BlTlr.O. 1 .G. SPUING STRUCT. Office hours- 9 lo 11 a. H., 1 to 8 and 7 to t* at, •ar rtesldenoe— EAST SIDE OF MAIN STRBK.T, BELOW FIRST. Jy6U EIRMTPRIZR (Silver Had all awarded at Horticultural Fair, 1880. I r rxhlb.i of Pure Urugs, Chemicals. PMumsrj|,ate^et^. THEODORE WOLLVVEBER, J Apothecaries' Hall, 9 ST., LOS ANGELES, OAL., Rasprotfully Invites the attention of arrangers visiting tbe city to bis com ujodlons and well appointed Pharmacy, where they — will Ond— DRUGS, CHEMICALS, Pharmaceutical Preparations Of the very bast'quality, aa wsll aa expe rienced liaDdt to oompnund and dia pause tbetn. Also, a large and varied slook of TOILET ARTICLES, PATENT MEDICINES AND SUNDRIES, For doruo'tlo use, snoh as they are ac customed to find tn their own Family Drug store. SSPPHYSiri ANS are requested to ex amine my stock. ly'-im PONY SALOON, NO. 180 M AIN STREET. Carl H. F. Sithwenu, [Batter known as Don Carlos,] SSTWINES, LIQUORS, ALE, BEER AND CIGARS of the best quality to be ouud In the market always on hand. A cordial invitation Is extended to his >. J Wends and tbe publlo to give him a aw, MFBagattlle Table for Pattima. etttf Christy & Wise. AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the sale of Wool. Hides, Tallow. Grain, Live stook, etc. Also, Wool Bags, Twine. Dips and all Ra .oh supplies furnished customers at lowest rates. 007 FRONT ST., between Jackson and Paelflo, SAN FIIANCISCJ. LOS ANGELES OFFICE, f"l-lm i ARCADIA BT-OOK. POISON OAK. MOORE*** MIL MED "IT A SURE CURE. - It kills pain, iMhiogaud Inflammation at once. TBT IT. Fer sale by all drag. Hats, Prioe, $3 ot*. a box. myt Sss-aa WISCBLLANEOUa. NOTICE To Grain Shi poors. All (run arriving here by rail or teams consigned to the undersigned for ship ment will be stored FKEE FOR FIVE DATS. All grain remaining in my possession or a longer time will be chained for a tbe rate of 75 cents per ton, besides lighterage. PHINEAS BANNING. Wilmington, Jan, 1881. d7tr Ho! for Catalina Island! • THE GREAT BATHING, HUNTING AND FISHING KESORT. _ Tb ,.VS** DON «HOROB. Captain Ed ward Johnson, will comnienoe ruunlnur to Catalina on or about June 16, making regular trips during tbeaeaaon. The Don IS»»iNTMa. h " Jm)lyl&LP> .tttalng, aba will leave tbe island on iMMCys, Wednesdays and Fridays. *sre for tne round trip. Ji. JOHN MORtUBON, Agent, . apMtf Wilmington. rfm — • 1 ■ i yai —i ** Southern California Packing Company OF LOS AKOEUiS, Msjservars of Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, "«"• Manoawturers ut Jams, Jetlle<, Marmalades, Hokle», Vinegar and Sauces. incorporated April 1, IBSI. CAPITAL STOCK tSQ.OQO A. B. JUDSO«r..~. -President. W. U. WORKMAN Vioa+ietldwa. ' LIIRKCTORS: jr. H.Perry, W. T. Klttriage. W. 11. Workman, J. M. Elliott. t A. H. Judaoo. —— ■ i 4 Oflto* and aß^aAMtovy-t MACY AND AUBO »T»E4Eff5, i • KAfIT SIDK OP KIVEK. ■ _ This company. Is now ready to contract tor fruits aot vagelablaaifor the present esaaea. , 3" . TheCANNTNO DEPASrMENT Is tfnf afcr tbe superlutenuemje of Mlt J. J. OKOOM, rormerly connected with and Superintendent of the uelden Gate sua flaujeae faalrlng Companies, and more recently superintendent of tbe Sauta Sat bars Oau oerv. .The ALDBN PROCESS will be started ■trader tbe supervision of K. UINOO ■#I for ten years .superintend, nt of. »W» Aiden Factory at Taotaon'jC.l. jaggr EXAMINATION of TEACHERS 4 Notios Is hereby given that an examina tion of tasohers will be h. id by tbe city Board of anamination, la tbe High Sotiool Imihliug, Los Angeles oity, commencin.r Tuesday, July 6th, > At nine o'clock a. m., aad continuing tbree days. ibe following studies are required'for a Second Grade City Certificate: Arithmetic, grammar, gsography, composition, U. n, 'w'Sicty, ortangvaaaw. <H» ■»„■ inane stdp, reading and methods of teaching. All tbe above named aud the fallowing additional studies are requited for a First Grade City Certificate: Algebra, natural philosophy, natnrtl history, phyi.ology, unglifh and American lit.rature, princi ples of civil government, book-keeping, industrial drawing, vocal music and the elements of political economy. All the above-uam. d and the following additional studies are required for a High School Certiaoate: Rhetoric general his tory, geometry, ohemistry, geology, astron omy, mental philosophy. All applicants for certificates mast be £ resent at the commence u,eut of the eiam ladon. Cor order ot the Board. MA MY A. HODOEINB, jelltd Beo'y Board of Examination. ICJbQ ! FOURTH OF JULY I MR. BROWN, of the Occidental Res taurant, GARDONa BLOCK, informs the clt sens of Los Angeles tbat he la pre pared to supply IOE CREAM for tbe Fourth Of July In any quantity deahed. ORDERS DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. J*.9t Santa Monica Bakery. LOUIS EBINGRR. proprietor ot tbe Spring street Bakery, announces to the people of Santa Monlea that he has es tablished a Bakery, where they oftn be supplied with BREAD, PIE 3, CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY OF ALL RINDS. JaMtf FOR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER the Los Angeles Infirmary AND GROUNDS FOR SALE. The grounds are highly Improved and contain a large number of bearing or ange, lemon and deciduous fruit trees. aa* For terms apply on the premises. jaruT MONEY TO LOAN On real estate security at low rates and uo oorn mission charged. Address P O. Box 481, cty. eS JUWT »EOKIVJE3r>, Direct from England, a aplendld assort ment of Rogers & Sons' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY. Also for sale, 26,000 ASSORTED ARTICLES. O. DU COMMON - , Hardware store, J« «4 Main street. —■—— REMOVED. MADAME lecroq baa removed ber Dresamaklngand Butiriek Pattern Es tablishment to. No 13U MAIN ST., next to atouonald Block. Jal-lm J. C. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner or First and Fort streets. _ ear-Buggies, spring wagons and saddle horaes to hire. .» . Double team and bnegy.a day............5a.n0 Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 8 So gone and buggy, per day ..___....«„ _6o Haill a day -- • , tjjo GUARANTEED. LAWYERS. HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN, A. W. HUTTOtf. Dial Atty. SMITH, BROWN & HUTTOK Attornoyn at Law. Offlee—ROOMS Nos. 91 and 812. TEM PLE BLOCK. mar 11-tl J. Brous»?au, ATTORNEY AT LAW. nos. se and m. baker block tnh lit H. 11. MITCtIELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offlee—ROOMS 70 AND 77, TKMPM BLOCK. mbaif JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVE.-. * Ql* v Q%tf Chapman, i A.ttol'n a) j*t Counsel. . loirs at Law, - Room No. 6, Bniter Block. fellt I . J. Q. Eastman, a. j. king, S. HALEY, JOHN KOBARTh Easttaaa, Haley, King & Bobai-la. Attocuejs at Law. u?EE 1 P , *- Vat - J ' 6 on<i 8 - STRELITZ BLOCtC, Spring street, Los A.nneles. Will practice iv tbe Hutreme and all State Court?. Particula.- attention pale to land and-mining cases, ot-lni S. C. HUBBEaVt., ATOEXKY A).' I,AW, Kiwiui ajii I Daeommun a Block, corner Ma.ii i i.'ommeri'.y.i ntreefs, Lou 1 - eloe. may7-li .«# 'I ■ . „ jKUHINKSS UAKDo. ItflfcON, C'i-LETTE & GIBSON, " EXAMINERS OF TITLE AfiQ CONVEYANCERS, Roosas I« "rfd M. McDonald Block, Main At.. WOS ANGELES, Cal. . . aeptstf PHINEaS BANNING, hOBWAROmQ. AND COMMISSIO WU,MU»GTON,tios A useiea con n ty, Cal. Vessel* towed, good - lightered, lnmboi sold and grain stored, with AOBIJ.HTOMi4D PROMPTNESS. oo7ti H. rfEWMARK & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer lv Wool, Qrulu, Hides. 11, 18 & If, LOS AKMELBB T. MWUf <3oE. BROWN. W. K. MORFORD. & BROWS, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES. VINE* (YARDS, FARMS AND UA.N C IiBS \ ) ALSO. \J \ ] Commissi >n (Merchants. Dealers In Wool, Grain and Live Stook Corner Spring and Temple Streets, au3-3m Los Angeles. Cal. GOLDEN RULE Underwear and Shirt I FACTORY, ' H. Dato Ac Co., £ LOS &N3ELE3 ST,, Hear Commercial, Los Angeles, Cal. Always on hand and mftde to order on •hort notloe, at lowest talk prlaea. LADIES', OF.NTs' and CHILDREN'S TjNOFBWrAR, LADIES' WKMP Its and DUSTFIRS, CENTS' OVEH-HIRM of IVEBY DKjsCRIPII iN. Jil-lm r BRANCH O? THE PACIFIC I Ocean House, Ocean avenue, Santa Monica. aarFlrst-Olass In Every Respect-ec Thla popular bouse having been tnnr* oughly renovated and lerltted. I- opeu tor tbe aeoomraudation of the public. THE TABLE will he supplied with all he luxuries tho market anor.ls. MRS. S. HAT LEV, apSOtf Proprietress. OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant No. 116 Main SI., Cardont Block. Tbe table will be furnished with the beat thni can be pio -ured In tho market, Regular meals, 25 ots. Mr ICE-CBEAM SALOON connected with tbe reaiaurunt. m___m CH \H. WKNZEt.. Prnp'r. Teutonia Hall, NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING Frohllnger A, Mathleson, PROPRIETORS. ear WINKS. LIQU >R«», BkiSR, ALt and CIGaRS or the nest brands. ear LU OrlhS or adi kinds supplied on abort noiloe. ferjtf LIVKKY STA BLH. HORSES POVHDED at JnHSSOV'R Fs El> STABLE. 14 AL.S ) ST., Ht 8? par montb. * Beat of hay iced aud sood ftiretaken Alao, atable room to i.m ai per mouth. myl7tf t HAIR GOODS. _______ MBS. K. SMITH. hiving been win, Mr. and Mrs. O A. Wl llsins, will eon tftoue bualness at their eld place. Mrs /faith la prepared to do ail kind, of hair IVk m the beat and lauat stales. Ha- j 1 > w, WANTS- LOST—FOUND. Copying Wanted. fv a young l»dy| legal copying prefer red. Addieas, M. /». W„ No). 121 Fort si,. JS-8t Situation Wan tod. Py a man ai d wife; the man as bar tender, steward or waiter, or to work oa a ranch; lbe whe as cook or house keep r. Address us, Herald offloe. as. m 8t IF Wanted. V A onon GXtr, to do general house, wo. It for a small family; releiencN re quired. Enquire at o. 8 üBIfHV'B, i uuroer of Walnut street and Downey ar enue, ICast Los Angele*. JKMt Situation Wanted. By a competent woman, as chamber- . . mabl. Inqmr.at Lis Angeles Infirmary —Sister.' Hospital. Jeit-lw LOST. k pair of oiLD-rfoawTßD et*. # GLAi-SBs. The dad. r will bo suitably L "e*uiq>i on leaving them at theosnskjaf le /BR. * rti. P.ILMKH, no. «* Mala Strait. J FOUND! J A place wh°rea fine ouo of L or P if OF TF.A, whh NICK LUNCH, W can be had for leu cents, .■ AT SMITH'S, i% Pfo a TICMPLK ST. mai-ul FOR. SALE—FOR RENT. ,£» FOR SALE. f i HOUSE AND T.ol' ON MAN ST., be- . iween FlrstanJ Ssion.l,7sxBoo ft., front- iVi log ou Malu and New l.oa Angeles wl siieets,with all Kinds of bearlns fruit I ( Tees, in re is mora enough to hultd a I factory or theater on Mam street, as It Is JL.. >n ih, heart of the city, aoa private'W houses on New lob Angel s street. f JtoJ-Itn E. GRfc-KNUAOM. Mules for Sale. 0«E PAIR OF V iUNO. WBLL-BRO-'f* KeN MUi.ks, with guarantee. Enquire I ol AUBJI' KINNKY, sau uabrlel. Ji-Mw I FUJI KENT. A A of ouht r loroe. with all mod- Vk/ em Improvements, on Tempi*, opposite Ty Hill street; rent $30 per month. En- If/ quire at tne Frogre-s store. No. ISO Main ■ / street, or on the premises. Je9l-tr^*JM for sTLITkIapT"/^ MY HOUSE AND LOT. on Banker nil] avenue, new Second street; eon- - v. nlant to Normal sciinol and free from /*, du-t WM. D. STEPHENS, »| ' Jea 2m Room SB. Temple Blook. J TO LET. fIL NEWLY FURNISHEDSunnyRooms. fS at Nn. ft F.Rsi'sTREEr, only a few F If. steps from ttie t'osiortlee. mill-lm rAt FOB SALE. L SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, J j three and lour rooms; One looation;/ ' splendid investment. , k C. WHITE, ' I i my6-3m Room 49 Temple Blook. Ij FURNISHED ROOMS. W Pleasantly looa'edaud neatly furnishes:, f\ gjsjjaWil (WtUi-O UEN SUITE. fW I Cm ii« fnri ariH Franklin streets.-ne* I > block fr.im Hu-cnifioe. daitf M A VKriilMPB iVHII) F,\fata !)■ SM» Ml a«»f: %o arietta? w«l™orAa7d aWJ *n-.l viae' #I of 10 4p*>s. I- qatfa<l A. W #1. > , ''rT3»Coiintyi?i|frjra.,fflf,» mgj lw Kimball Mansion, J|f» NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES. Cal. ' [jfe •asraPAOItUS PARLORS, Clue Suites, If ami Large Mingle Sunny Rooms, contain- If lug all modern conveniences. -. J, wTHE table supplied with tbe beat 'I' th market affords. • I feglll MRS. M. H KIMBALL. Prop. M THE PICO HOUSE I Is Now Open! For ttaa reception or guests. _ AU are Invited. FREE CARRIAGES M to the house. m GRISjVOLU A HARSH, M p, - lm Proprietors. W COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. 1 FIRST-CLASS. / THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN _fc CALIFORNIA. _[ HA.MMEL & OENEER Prop's.'^ This Is the only reliably Orel class ■ hotel, Is sltiated in the aenter of the am city of Los Angeles, contains mv nearly a htndred spacious and m airy rooms, newly furalohed In ths most m comfortable style. Rooms In suites for Mm families and parties on every floor, with mm not and oold baths. _■ t'.-ti'. T.\tiLK nil! always be famished WM wltn the best snpellea tbat can be pro- BBS ei,red lv the market. • , A FttEK COAOd is always ou ban.', to M oarry guests to the bouse, m No pains spired to make en eats com' ft lon able in overy way. a_E A L\RGK HEADING ROOM open,'™ ul£ht and day. ■ HENRY HAMMKL,; J myl7tf A. H. BENKER. A M THE COMMERCIAL AM RESTAURANT 1 V. DOL, PHOP'R, I Oowney Blook, Main St. ■ Rsaolvee alive and servea up every da; (mm the choicest FI*H, inoludlns SOLE, ■■ rURBuTandSEAThOUT. ■ MR. DnL is the exol ualva oonslanee of mm the celebrated FROM AGE DE BKIE, MM wbiob can only be had at thla restaurant sH spuing CHICKENS, Just In from tbe J ranches, cooked lv every style. faVj t hla tteatanrant is Los Angelea's Del- .ami amnion, mvlif Key West Cigar Store, 1 NO. 78} MAIN STREET, M LANFRANOO BLOCK jj SIM IBAAOB, : ■ PROPRIETOR "M Manufacturer or FINE CIGARS and > dealer in IMPOFtTEO OIUARS ami ■ ull lines ol Smokers' Articles. _ NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. M mrtlt ■ THOMAS FARRALL, '1 Lata of San Franolsoo, baa opened a ■ nrot-oiues JB Merchant Tailoring ■ ACsxaulihh vi rw r. ■ AT IST malm si'BBKT, Loa Angeles I He is a oraotioal tailor and ontUr ot It I years years sxeerieaos. He bat sot la mm nouasaßistand la San rraasla.