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TH DKS DAY fOIY 7 UUI.
Herald Steam Printline House.
fhe taoimiee wf tbe iinuai.D ateuni
printing House lor doing job work are not
surpassed In California outside of San
ffpanolftoo and Sacramento. Ail work en
treated to «s will be executed with neat
nets and dispatch at the lowest living
rate >.
aamoiAx. none*.
Hereafter notions ol companies, socie
ties, oanrohee, etc., will only be inserted
in the Hiulu as paid advertisements.
We reserve, lor Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every
Sunder morning.
An ... of Madmen.
We find the fallowing telegram
to the Sen Franolsoo CArontofs, of
July 6tb, doted from Cleveland:
Tbe iftn-a'd publishes tbe follow
tne; from General J. B. Stedmau,
0! Ta!edo:_"By God, Arthur shall
never be Presideul of tbe United
States. He is an unnaturalleed
foreigner. We looked It up once
thoroughly, and we know, and we
Will unite to a men, Republicans
and Democrats, to see tuat be is
not President. There being no
. President, the Vice-Presldeut being
Ineligible, tbere being no Presi
dent pro tern of tbe Senate aud no
Speaker of the House, we will car
ry out tbe constitutional provis
ions and make Chief Justice Walte
aetlng President until s new eleo
tion oan be ordered. Under tbe
provisions of 1803 no man oan be
come President wbo directly ur in
directly, in tbe remotest degree, le
morally responsible for tbe asssesi
aatlon that placet tbe Presidenoy
la bis power."
General Sherwood, a prominent
Ofeeobaoker, wbo stood by, said:
"We will Join In tbat also!"
Galilean Is evidently not tbe
only political d—d fool aod fanatic
la tbe United States. Stedmau
was a Doe officer during tbe war,
and bs Is to-day a thorough Ohio
Republican; but, Id tbe foregoing
"saWlt be has concen
trated more erlmlnaV-cauesnss and
ignorance than any man vJ&o bas
been a general officer In tbe
Union army ought to be responsi
ble for. Tbsrs Is a grave question
as to wbsther or no Cbester A.
Arthur Is really a citiseo of tbe
United States. It waa not thought
necessary to raise that question at
the counting of the votes by ths
joint bouses of Congress because it
Was supposed that, as a matter of
course, Garfield, a man of vigorous
bealtb, In bis forty-ninth year,
would live through bit term.
Democrats are always magnani
mous In tbsse matters; but, If Gar
fiOiu' afcould die, Vice-President
Arthur would unquestionably be
President until tbe Issue should be
raised and determined, and no one
bat a pestilent politioal ugitator
and murderer dreams of raising it
prematurely. Geo. Stedmau is a
fool In talklug so violently, in tho
first Instance, but he is a hundred
times a fool in not knowing tbat
Samuel J. Randall la Speaker of
tbe House of Representatives till
the assembling of tbe next House;
and, consequently. President,
ebould Arthur Cc declared
Ineligible. Guitteau, wbo Is
probably a lunatlo pure und
Simple, with a homicidal mania,
Is really superior, intellec
.totally, to this Ohio Republican.
nthere Is small wonder tbat genu
laely orasy men should oommlt
excesses when gentlemen of sup
posed Intelligence, like Gen. Sted
men, approve themselves such
arias Idiots. Making all dus al
lowance tor natural excitement,
the combination of violenoa aod
Ignorance embodied In tbis Ohio
- man's outgiving simply takes the
"oaks."
DSTVODTLY as we bope tbat Prec*
may survive tbe
eflresoherous blow of the assassin,
there Is a slavish and subservient
spirit msblng itself manifest in
same quarters which we desire to
rebuke. Tbe President la simply
ao more nor less than ths first oltl
aen of ths United States. While
be has certain publio functions
wbloh give bim a dignity excep
tional and unique amongst all ths
nations of tbe earth, by tbe Amiri
aan theory of government be takes
- hla chances with all other oltiseus
as to tbe affairs of life and death
Ths isw is vigilant to guard the
life of all oltlssns. Any oath of a
reputable OltiSsn tbat his life Is In
danger will evoke tbe ssj-ls of the
•oarte for bis protection. Fortun
ately. It is only st rare Intervals
tbat tbe maniao Impulse to take
tbe Ufa of a President of tbe Uuited
States Is developed. Wben Jack
sou wss President an attempt was
mads to assassinate bim, by a crasy
■ man, wbiob he treated precisely as
though be weie an ordinary cltl
aon. Oo another occasion, while
Jackson was President of tbe
United States, be wss making a
lel-orsly progress through Vir*
- glala, in a oanaUhoat. He was
tben old and Infirm. While sitting
la lbs cabin of this primitive boat,
Lieutenant Randolph, wbom lie
had diamUaed from bis potitlou In
the Naur, made bis appear
aaee, abd asked If be ad
dressed tbe President of tbe United
States. Jsokton looked up aod
said, "I am tbe President. Bxeu s
me, sir, from rising, as I am suffer
log very seveiely from rheums
tiam " Thereupon Randolph lean
edovsrsud pulied tbe hose ur lb,
great President and great tighter,
ta tbe letter's infinite disgust. De-
spits bis rheumatism, lie sprsng
from his chair aod followed the
agile young ruffian, with tbe view
ot obtaining personal vengeance.
When the Virginia bloods, wbo
surrounded Jackson, learned of tbe
occurrence, tbey were, to a man,
resolved to pursue and slay bis ag
gressor. Tbe old hero, with tre-
mentions vehemenoe announced
that be was abls to fight bis own
fights, that lv tbis case he had
beeu caught off bis guard and was
obliged to submit, but bs put s
peremptory veto on any man liv
ing Interfering between himself
and bis aggressor. Lamentable as
all homicidal Impulses ars in this
oouutry, no right divine of kings
hedges round the President, or any
other official. We are all obliged
to take tbs obanoss sooordsd by
Providence, and no one but a born
Slavs would seek to change tbis
manly Amsrloan dispsnsation in
favorof laws of treason sod mis
prision of treason, hinging on tbe
life of any man, bowaver exalted.
Ik tbe superheated atmotpbers
ofNer; Mexico a great transconti
nental railway fight bas lately
been raging, While we sympa
thies witb no aspect of tbe contro
versies of the Southern Paoifio
Railway In wbiob it may be
wrong, ws think, tbat tbere would
be eomethlng Inexpressibly In
famous in barring the way of a
California railway to the Atlantic
ooean, or to tbe Gulf of Mexico,
simply beoauss Jay Gould bas be
come tbe residuary legatee of the
more than moribund Texas Pacific
Railway. Of all tbe colossal bum
bugs tbat bave afflicted tbe Ameri
can continent tbe Texas Pautfio bas
beeu facile prineepi. Endowed
witb more than toyal magnitloence
from tbe publio domain, It was, for
eight years, the laughing stock of
tbe people of the Uuited States.
Tbe people of Texas alone gave It
enough, If Its managers had beep
live men, to assure tne building ul
the whole road without auy aotual
outlay from the stockholders, L".o
a grsat dead LsviatUft'u of Ibe deep,
it JaoJ,/,;;. e jsj U t years prove and
helpless uu the fiuanclal waters.
Not in any sense un agency of
good, It bas at last roused itself tv
make a few obstructive motions.
Building nothing itself, it aims to
prevent auy other road from creat
ing a new system of transconti
nental railway oouneolions. Its
litigation at this late day Is tbe
farce of tbe age. Congress ought,
by all means, to deoiare tbe Justly
forfeitable land grant uf tbe Texas
Pacific] Kail way forfeited. Any
thing else wuuld be a mockery ol
Justice.
We heartily hops tbe people of
tbe United StAt.es are not being
tricked into expressions of a spon
taneous and cordial sympathy wtlh
Mr. Garfield, wbiob is highly hon
orable to their humanity ou the
supposition of mortal dangsr to the
Chief Magistrate of tho Union.
Nevertheless, we hate to see mob
a slimy dispatch as tbe following,
dated at Washington yesterday:
Tbe recovery of tbe President,
wbiob Is now considered possible,
as already remarked by iriends,
will give tbe administration a bold
upon the people of all eectlou*
which will he simply Invincible.
It is suggested this morning tbat
iv case of recovery tbere should be
a national celebratiou ss a sort of
postponed Fourth of July, lo give
an expression of popular rtjoioiug.
While the President, aa a man,
bas beeu the beneficiary of general
and generous sympathy from all
partiss, bis administration standa
Just where It did. Politics Is oue
thing and humanity Is another.
If it shall turn out tbat the Presi
dential wound, instead of being In
a vital part, was really In the mus
oles of tbs posterior, as has been
suggested by those wbo have
watched tbe case olosaly, tbe peo
ple will fesl tbat tbey bave been
trifled with iv a gross apd inde
fenslble manner.
Cbazy men are multiplying In
Washington. Our dispalobes of
yesterday reported tbe antics
of a fellow, wbo announced
tbat he had come to Wash
ington to kill Blame. This unfor
tunate, rashly importunate for
homicidal glory, now reposes in
ths Washington City Jail. Yester
day another aberrant man and
brother put in an appearance at
ths National Capital, wbo Inti
mated tbat bis mission waa to cook
the goose of Arthur. The fact is
tbat a nation which has not gone
altogether orasy Itself will some
day awaken to tbe advisability of
killing off lnstanter all homicidal
maniacs. Wbat earihly use are
tbey, from sny point of view?
Whenever s man develops tbe fact
that he ia Insane aud homicidally
loolined, he ought to be drowned,
after tbe immemorial fashion tbat
la applied to tbe surplus littsrs of
oats aud dogs. Juho Wilkes onoe
acquitted himself of the aphorism
tbat tbe very worst use to wbiob
you could put a man is to bang
bim. Of a sane murderer this may
be true. As to a violent maniac,
we bold tbat tbe rule cannot possi
bly apply. His very Insanity em
phasise* bis danger lo a commun
ity, and he ought to bs summarily
iquelobed at unoe.
IT Ii an exonerating thing to
know that an infamous attempt to
assassinate a President of the
Uuited S ates, by a mailaaar,
tliruugli m Proviileulial lutvrpoel
tion, has miscarried. Mr. Oarfield
Will onqueetlonably gat wall, Mil
, _
everybody la glsd of It. Now Ist
tbs busybodies about tbs Wblte
House drop all sensationalizing for
politioal effect and lessen tbs pain
ful strsst on tbe bonsst masses,
who have been subjected to a bigb
strsln of sympathy and exolte
ment. Thus far not a single bulle
tin has been tslegrapbed as to tho
President's injuries which sny ed
mated physician oan aocept ss sat
isfactory or Intelligible. Surgeon-
General Barnes, wbo has been
quoted sgaln aod again as giving
tbe Prssldsnt up ss a bopslest pa
tient, dsnlss tbsss slsttmsnts.
Why don't tbs attending surgeons
glvs sn honsst bulletin detoriblug
tbs rssl ssst of tbe more ssrloui of
ths Prssldenl's wounds? Eobo an
swers, "Why?"
Take It for all In all, tbis Is an
unlucky year for people wbo bear
the name of Garfield. We see, by
tbe birth column In tbe San Fran-
Cisco Chronicle, tbat, on tbs second
Instant, tbe wife if a gentleman
resident In tbat oity named Gar-
Bald, presented him with triplets.
Thus, it will be seen, there are olr
oomstanoes wbloh may even dwarf,
lv the comparison, ths malioe of
ao assassin wbo chances to miss a
vital part. Tbe San Franolsoo
Mrs. Garfield's barb atruok borne.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
ISpecial to the Hrau.li by the Western
Union Telegraph Company. I
PACIFIC COAST.
STOCK REPORT,
SAN KRANOISOO STOCK AND EX
CHANGE BOARD.
■OKHUIQ SKS9ION
Sin Kkancisoo. July r.. .
920 Ophlr, fM ]«0 Alpha, 8.10,8
1016 K-ncan.aJ4.BKi KM Helcu„r,B 8-.8.50
8H Mv S Nevada. i 0«,
215 t. .< C. AX, SW lOW, lOX. 10!,,
UU B* P, loQ 1.7, 70 Utah. 7M
lOJ6. mf. 10K £0, Bullion, 1.80,1.86
1880 lien-, 80j, 86, 80 80 Hixebequer. 1.56
«avagt,2.9o 460 Overman, 1.86,
lOiOCmVa, 2.115,2.50,1 1.01
8 16 I*6 Justice, 1.06.1.10
611 h(,i1«r,2.t0 640 Un'ou.lOK, 10*4,
18) Potc»l, 8.7.1 10K
70 170 Aim, 4.2>
680 Point, 2 23,2 38. 100 Andes, 1.76,1.70
2,10, 243 8611 Scorpion, 1.20,
10T6 J»"n»i.6,6}a;,6*4 1.16
514,5)4 300 Ben ton, 1,1.08
OPEN BOARD—<BO f. tl.
Ophlr. 6Mb; Mexican, BMb, Mar Un
ion, 10 b, ISMai sierra Nnvul.., v'A b,tlJ4
a; Andes, 1.,e b; Overman, 1.63 s; PotoM,
2 80 b. 2.83 a; (iould A Curry, 4 93 s; Huh,
8a; Alta 4.10 a; Rest A Belcher, low a;
Albion, 410 h; Best A Be inner, BJ4 c;
Hoime*. Sic h. 70 a; Crown Polni, i.jo a;
O o. 106 b, 110 a; eavage, 8 a: Ch. ll.r,
3'a, a: Beicber. 8 16 a; Poiosi. 2 86 b. 2.80 a;
Justice, lb: Oon Virginia, 8.13 b; Cantor
ni». 800 b 90a; Imperial, lee b; Bullion,
IKb.
B*s»SODser« Mnntti wuil East.
Fresno, Cat., July 6th Tbe fol
lowing is the Met of passengers for
tbe South and East on the train
whlob passed tbis place at S P. M.:
Hon Frank Doreey, Jr. Los Aoge
les; John Green, Phoenix, Arizona;
JA While, San Fernando: Mrs V
W Gill, Los Angeles; Pbllllp A
Roaob, dn; J Beale, dn; Mlcbael
Mack, Ran Gabriel; P C Forrester,
Col ton; Mrs J J E Lund berg, Los
Angeles; Mrs M L Parbhurst, do;
E X Waterman, do; R Spring,
Lordsburg; J H 8 rotindge, Loa
Augeles; N B Frank, Dernlng; G
ti Brasel, Loa Angeles; H White,
Coltouj W H Haskell, Los Ange
le*.; W H Perry, do; F P Hall,Ven
tura; Jas Watson, Kan Gabriel.
Ibe naaio peissa lisveasiarisitfttt.
San Francisco, July «.—ln tbe
State Prison investigation thla af
ternoon Joseph Stewart, Jr., station
agent at Point San Queotln, test! •
fled to seeing the Warden, In tbe
flint part of the year, under the in
fluence of liquor, aud at other
times. He also testified to osrtal n
ooovlots being outside of tbe pris
on, two of whom were supposed to
bave committed a robbery at tbe
station; also, that bs bad seen a
box shipped from the prison to Di
rector Evereoo, of Oakland, and
tbe same marked J. P. Ames, San
Francisco. A yacbt was built at
tbe prison for Commissary Berry,
bat whether of State material be
did not koow. The Moral lustruo
tor of the Prison, Cummlngs, tee
titled to seeing the Warden under
tbe influence of liquor several
times.
Hetsllag; Works Darned.
Tusoaboba, Nov., July 6th.-
Tbe Navajo hoisting *orks were
burned yesterday. Loss 915,000.
Tbey have already commenced to
rebuild. The fire oaugbt from a
spark igniting the sage brush dust
on the top of tbe boiler.
EASTERN.
PrHti'«'« VosMliiiaa—Lasses
Baiiesiaa-rne ajaaiftoaws ■ml
r<tvar»klfi
Executive Mansion, July 6th—
1 P. M —Unless some unfavorable
otiauge should ocour, no further
ofßoiel bulletins will be Issued un
til 8:30 P. M. Experiments are
now being made uuder the super
vision of tbe pbysioieus with dif
ferent sorts ol refrigerating appa
ratus In order to relieve the Presi
dent, If possible, from tbo unfavor
able influence of the great beat by
artificially cooling tbe atmosphere
of bis room.
Washington, July 6th —The
last, bulletin leeued at 1 o'olock,
sbows tbe pu'eo to bo 100, tern
peiature 99 7 100, respiration 28
Tills le an Increase of two beats lv
tbe pulse, but tie doctors do not
consider tbis as any bad showing.
Tbey attributs It to tbe beat of the
weather aod say that all favorable
symptoms continue. The Presi
deul continued to rest easily this
morning and to steadily Improve
aud tbe doctors asy tbat every
minute tbst bs ooutlnuea to gel
aioug as he bas since yesterday
morning greatly Increases bis
übanoea of final recovery. Some
fear was expressed of gangrene lo
tbe wound, but the aurgeousdo-not
apprehend tbis. They say tbat
tbere Is not a single symptom of
gangrene yet and If gaog/eiis bas
set iv It would abow itself by un
mlelakablo eigna. Tbe President
Mas appetite aud bis stnuaaoli re
lalua nourishment t< -da* aud there
'ia every bops of bis recovery. The
oity doctors, wbo bavsoot seen tbe
President, bot who keep profession
ally In'ormed, nowgtoerally agree
that hit chanoet are good Even
those who yesterday thought he
oould not reoover, now admit that
ths tlgnt are In bit favor. Tbe
lowering of the pulls it proDOUnosd
the best tlgn.
The quarrel that tbe doctors bad
over tbo oats continues to be tbe
oauee of comment. Some favor
Bliss's course, others omdemo
htm. Surgeon Barnes says bit
ooodltloo Is muob Improved. Tbt
oase It atlll luvolved In bidder
dangers, bsotuta the eourte of Hit
ball and tbe nature of tbe wound
are uuknown, but be feele hopeful
of bit reoovery. He bat not beet
hopeful before and bat predicted
death.
2:30 P. M —Tbe President's oon- |
dltlou at tbis hour remains un t
obapged,ali rumors to the ooutrary
notwithstanding.
Executive Mansion, 8:30 p. m.
—Among the more favorable
symptoms of the President's condi
tion to-day ii the faot that be la
beginning to find fault witb ble
physicians beoauss tbey do not
give b(m enough to eat. Hu called
this afternoon for a beefsteak, but
upou'belng told tbat It was not
thought prudent at present to al
low bim to eat suob bearty food.be
grumbled a little but. consented to
compromise upon an egg aod say
no more about it. An egg was
given him. He wished also to
Know tbla afternoon whether be
could not be permitted to bold a
Cabinet meeting and evinced gen
erally a disposition to talk, wbiob
bis pbysioians were obliged to dis
courage and icttrsin. Hiseypm
toms at tbis hour, 3:80 P. M , con
tinue to be favorable.
Executive Mansion, 5:80 P. M.
—Dr. Bliss gays tbe President's
condition and symptoms at tbis
hour are favorable aod satisfactory.
Executive Mansion, 8:30 p. m.
—The President's condition contin
ues as favorable as at last report.
He bas passed a very comfortable
day,taking more nourishment than
yeeterday. Pulse 104, temperature
100.06, respiration 23. Unless un
favorable symptoms develop, no
further bulletins will he issued un
til to-morrow morning.
Executive Mansion. 10 p. m —
Only a slight erxtnge bas taken
place In t'-a President's condition
sinoe tbe date of tbe last official
bulletiu and that is in tbe direc
tion of a further improvement. He
Is now resting quietly.
Uoaiisldal SlttUla Btaiuteanf.
Washington, July Bth.—An
other crazy mau went into tbe ad
jutant-General's offloe, slapped
General Drumm ou tbe baok and
said be bad a revelation tbat be
must kill Vice-President Arthur.
He was promptly arrested.
Guollua ma Allll.i.Bueri' la 10*
President's Bteoiu,
Washington, July 6th.— The
physicians have beeu engaged this
mottling in cooling tbeatmuapbere
in tbe President*: room. Clothe
are dampened with ice water and
plaoed where drafts of air patl
through tbem and tbe temperature
bas been reduced to 84degreea. Re
volving fans will be plaoed In tbe
obamber tbis evening Tbe weath
er continues very bot and it is a
matter of necessity to keep tbe at
mosphere iv lbe sink room cool.
K.aoiuxon. vf >Jlsl».lkr-8s
gjt..,le« «*f senator.
ALBANY, July 6tb.—The Assem
bly adopted resolutions of sympa
thy lor Qarfield aud condemning
tbe assassin.
No choice iii balloting. Small
obange In joint Convention.
Rochester, N. V , July 6th.—
Following Is a complete summary
of the great stallion raoe: James
Wilson, New York, blaok stallion
Alexander, 1,2,2.4,1,2 2,1; H.
H. Oilman, Topeka, obesuut stal
lion Robert McGregor, 2, 1, 1, 2, 1,
I, 8, 8; Hickox, Sau Francisco,
brown stallion Santa Ulaua, 6, 4, 7,
8, 1. 1, 2; J. E. Turner, Philadel
phia, brown stallion Harria 4, 8, 6,
4, 6, 6; Jobn Splau, Boston, brown
stailiuu Wedgewood, 7, 7, S. 6, 4, 6;
W. H. MoCartby, Obioagu, brown
stallion Bonesetter, 8, 6, 5, 6, 7, 7;
James A. Dustln, (Jhioago, bay
stallion Monroe Chief, 6, 6, 4, 7, 6,6.
First beat, 2:19; second, 2:19;
third, 2:18*; fourth, 2:19; fifth, 2:21;
sixth, 2:26; seventh. 2:24.
Albany, July 6th.—Scott, in
the Assembly, reported for the ma
jority tbat tbe bribery oommlttee
thought proper not to report on tbe
alleged bribery as indictments
bave been found by ths Grand
Jury. Both the ohargea and deni
als were positive and circumstan
tial. The minority report that If
tbe charge was true tbat a great
crime bad been committed. It
bears somewhat on Bradley for re
ceiving the money at all and com
pares bim with Judas Isoariot.
Either Bradley or Sessions has
oommltted the crime of perjury,
tbe Almighty alone knew wntob,
as the testimony shows tbat no
money was ottered to any legisla
tor but Bradley. Tbe whole testi
mony Is reversed by tbe minority.
NEW TO-DAY.
Wanted.
AN UPRIGHT PIANO, to rent or pur
chase. Address, Kimball Mansion, P. o.
box 751. J7-JI
Girl Wanted.

To assist in gtnsral housework of a
small family; wages. tiSpsrmonlh. Ad
dreas. H.,F. O. boxitl. jt tl
m
LOS ANGELES CLUB.
The regular semi-annual masting for
th - stratum of offlstrs will he held lO*
night. Every member Is expeetsd to
bs present.
Express oepy. It
A WITHDRAWAL.
Some months ago I published a chal
lenge to Louis Eulngor to fight ma ac
e rdlng to tae raise or tbe puss ring.' 1
n>w withdraw tbs challenge and ex
press my sincere regret tbat 11 should
ever have emanated irom me.
FRANK TOAL.
E. OHLFSEN-BAGGE,
From the Berlin Conservatoire nf Matte,
Is prepared to GIVE LESSON 8 la
P.AMU, SISOINO, ETC.
Mr. o-Bagge begs to state that be bat
stadied hi. proies.lon lor many rears in
uermauy. Aan.rleaasid Australia.
NKW TO-DAY.
THE
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES. 1
CAPITAL, paid up tn gold $100,000.00
Isalaa W. Hellman, President. and „
John Mllnar, secretary, nf the above
named Bank,belogaev.-rallv sworn,each £
for himself, says that the above amount
of capital paid up is correct.
Signed. •
ISAI AS W. HELLMAN, President.
Signed: 11
JOHN milnkk, Secretary. v
Sabaerlbed and sworn to before me,
tbla Bth day ol July, 188 L
HIsOld: G. A. DOBINSON,,
Notary Publio In and for Los Augeles
oounty, State of Caliiornla.
a
OF THE v
I
CONDITION OF THE [
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank \
OF LO3 ANGELES, \
Attheolots ot business, THURSDAY,
JUNE tOth, 1681.
ASSETS,
fash on band- ...till .031 88
0 .eh will, banasend
banters 811.MS tl i
Cash on call loans... 1w5,000 03 I
Total cash —I 8«4*,»i7 84
Bonds, v. 8. tour per ■
sent and otber bonds 181.013 84
Loans and discounts.. 367,41* IS
Bank building 18,800 00
Two bank vaults.office
furniture and flx
tuies 7.600 00
Real estate 60 588 us (
lilll 805 88
LIABILITIES.
Capital, paid up In
gold t»io.ooii
Beterve fund ....tliO One-
Surplus fund..-.. 150.330
280,830
Total ......... llM,fBatM>
Due depoatiors 781,118 ad
Dividends uncalled for 1.878 ou
Undivided profits X 4.887 SO
11 311,800 68 ,
Isalaa W. Hellman, President, and
John M liner. Secretary of the Farmers'
and Merchants' Bank of Loa Angeles,
being severally sworn, each for himself,
say that tbe foregoing statement Is true
and correct, to the beat of their knowl
edge and belle!.
Signed:
I4AIAS W. HELLMAN, President.
Signed:
JOHN MILNER, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
tbla Sin day of July. 1881.
Signed: O. A. DOBINSON,
Notary Publio In and for Loa Augeles
oounty, Stats of California. JT-lm
NOTICE OF DIVIDEND.
Los Angeles County Bank.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
of Lot Angeles County Rank bell on
Tuesday, J..ly 6th, Isai, dividend (No. 11)
01 twelve per cent, on the capital stnok
for tbe six months from January Ist to
July Ist, issl, was deolared, payaole July
lOtb.lBBl. H.L. MAUMSt,
J7 tv Cashier.
PONY SALOON,
NO. 186 J>l A.IJV STREET,
Carl Jrl. XT. fsjotkwenn,
[Better known as Don Carlos,!
SSrWINES, LIQUORS, ALE, BEER
AND CIGARS of the best Quality to be
lou nd in the market always on hand,
A cordial invitation la extended to his
3ld friends and the publio to give him a
tall.
imT Bagatelle Table for Pastime,
asatr
Christy & Wise.
AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS
And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for
ths sale of Wool, Hides, Tallow.
Grain, Live Blook, sto.
Also, Wool Bags, Twme, Dips and all
Raich Supplies furnished customers at
lowest rates.
SO7 FRONT ST., between Jackson and
Paclßc, SAN FRANCISCO.
LOS ANGELES OFFICE.
fal-lm 1 ABO APIA BLOOK.
THE HERALD
PRINTING
HOUSE
Has facilities for doing JOB
WORKnotequaledin South
ern California. Power and
Job Presses run by steam se
cure promptness and moder
ate prices. Give this office
a call and secure work at San
Francisco Prices and of a Sax
Francisco finish and style.
Awasded the Highest Medal at Vienna
E. A H. T. ANTHONY A 00.
591 Broadway, New York,
(Opp. Metropolitan Hotel),
SARUTAOTUBSKS. IMPOBTBBB AND DIAL
BBS n
Ohromos & Frames,
isaaxawaaes, Views, albums, nraphustayai
aad suitable Views.
PHOTOGRAPHIC VATBRIALB.
We are h.afloasitsis tor everything In tat
way of
«BwaajiWBoii» and Magic LmUmtu.
ttraatalotTOeor Lanterns aad tUAsa, wltt
lltetttsat tar nslag. seat oa application.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NOTICE !
To Grain Shippers.
Ail grain arriving bar* by rail or team*
oonalgnad to the undersigned for (hip '
meat will be stored FREE FOR FIVE
oats.
All grain remaining In my possession
or a longer time will be charged lor a
tbe rate of 78 aente per ton, besides
lighterage. 1
PHINEAB BANNING.
Wilmington, Jan* 1881. dttf
Hot for Catallua Island I
THAI ORE AT BATHING, HUNTING
AND FISHING RESORT.
The Mlit DON GEORGE. Captain Ed
ward Johnson, will commence running '
to Catalina ou or about June IS, making ,
regular trips during the season. The Oon
George will start Irom the wilmingt n
• hart, thus saving passengers tbe ex
pense of transfer of baggage, on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays. Re
turning, she will leave tbe island on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Fare for tne round trip. St.
JOHN MORRISON, Agent,
ap24tf Wilmington.
Southern California
Packing Company
OF LOS ANGELES,
Preservers of Fruits, Vegetables, Meats,
Honey, and Manufacturers of Jams,
Jellies, Marmalades, pickles,
Vinegar and Sauces.
Incorporated April 4, 1881.
CAPITAL STOCK 180,000
A. H. JUDSON President.
W. H. WORKMAN Vice-President.
J. M. ELLIOTT -..secretary.
J. E. HOLLENBEUK Treasurer.
DIRECTORS:
W. H.Perry, W. T. Klttrldge,
W. H. Workman, J. M. Elliott,
A. H. Judson.
Offloe stud Factory:
MACY AND ALISO STREETS,
EAST SIDE OF RIVER.
Tbis company la now ready to contract
for fruits and vegetables for the present
season.
The CANNING DEPARTMENT Is un
der tbe superintendence ot MR J. J.
OKOOM, formerly connected with and
Superintendent of the eeolden Gate end
Sau Jess racking Companies, aud more
recently Superintendent of the Santa
Barbara Can nerv.
The ALOEN PROCESS will be atarted
under the supervision of E. UINOC
HHiO, for ten years (superintendent of
the Aiden Factory at Jackson, Cal. Je2Bif
EXAMINATION of TEACHERS
Notice is hereby given tbat au examina
tion ot teachers will be had by the city
Board ot Examination, in the High Boaool
Building, Los Angeles oity, o jmmenoinr
Tuesday, July Bth,
At nins o'clock a. a., aad continuing three
says.
'ihe following studies are required for a
Seoond Grade Oity Certiorate: Arithmetic
grammar, geography, composition, U. e>.
history, orthography, defl. lug, penman
tbip, reading and methods of teaching.
All the above-named aud the following
additional studies are requited for a First
Grade City Certificate: Algebra, natural
philosophy, natural history, physiology,
anglith and American lit.rature, princi
ples of oivil government, book-keeping,
industrial drawing, vocal music and tbs
elements of political economy.
All tbe tbove-nsm. d and "the following
additional atndiss are required for a Higb
Bohool Certificate: Rhetoric general his
tory, geometry, ohemiatry, geology, astron
omy, mental philosophy.
All applicants for certificates must bs
present at tbe commencement of the exam
ination.
Per order of the Board.
MARY A. HOiIQKINS,.
jelltd Seo'y Board of Examination.
ICE CREAM X
FOURTH OF JULY I
MR. BROWN, of the Cocldental Res
taurant, OARDONA BLOCK, Informs the
olt sans of Los Angeles tbat be Is pre
pared to supply ICE CREAM tor the
Fourth or July In any quantity d salted.
ORDERS DELIVERED IN ANT PART
OF THE CITY. JJ-St
Santa Monica Bakery.
LOOM EBINGER, proprietor of tbe
Spring street Bakery, annonness to tbe
people of Santa Montoa tbat be hat es
tablished a Bakery, where they oan be
supplied with
BREAD, PIES, CAKES AND
CONFECTIONERY OF
ALL RINDS.
jeaatr
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 declduoas fruit trees.
mm For tsrms apply on the premises.
JaTif
MONEY TO LOAN
On real estate security at low rates and
no commission obarged. Addresa P o.
Box 481. oity. c*
JUHT RECEIVED,
Direct from England, a splendid assort
ment or Rogers A Sons'
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
Also for sale,
26,000 ABSORTED ARTICLES.
0. DUCOMMf/N,
Hardware store,
je at Main street.
J. C. DeTurk,
FEED AND LIVERY STABLES,
Near corner ot First and Fort streets.
•r Buggies, spring wagons and saddle
horses to hire.
Double team aad buggy,aday............M.nci
Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 8 *
Horse and buggy, per day3.6o
Half a day...... .. 1.60
•■■SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
sMtr
HAIR GOODS.
MRS. K. SMITH, having keen will.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. WMlama, will Mo
tions business at tbeir old place. Mrs
am lib la prepared to da ail kiaas of hair
-^sa, t &U3 l a• , m^&mmt.
.ate, J . ,M
LAWYERS. "
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN.
\. W. HUTTON. Dist Ally.
SMITH, BEOWN&HUTTON §
Attorneys mvt j 5
Offlos—ROOMS Nos. 81 and 92. TEM
PLE BLOOK. mar 11-Un
—— n
J. Brousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. 5« AND ST. BAKER BLOCK r,
masbf
H. ffl. MITCHELL,
ATTOBNEY AND COUNSELOR *
AT LAW. a
Office—.ROOMS 7S AND 77, TEMPLE -
BLOOK. mhitf
JNO. 8. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
Graves & Chapman, |
Attorneys <Sc Counsel- 8
lore* at Law,
Room No. 6, Baker Block. fellt t
J. G. EASTMAN, A. J. KING, <
8. HALEY, JOHN HOBARTS. >
Eastman, Haley, King & 1
Bobarta.
Attorneys txt Law.
OFFICE—Nos. b\ i,e and 8. BTRELITZ
BLOCK, Spring street, Los A naeles.
Wlllpraotlce la the Huireme and all
State Courts. Particular attention paid
to land and mlnlna oases, 01-lm
8. C. HUBBBLt,.
ATTORNEY A 7? LAW, Roouia anttl
Ducommnn s Block, corner ila.li t
Commercial streets, Loa » - oles. may7-ll
JUOSON, GILLETTE A GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Booma 18 and 14, MoOonald Blook,
Main St.. LOS ANGELES, CaL
aeptatf
PHINEAS BANNING,
hORWARDING AND COMMISSIO
' WILMINGTON, Los Aagelsa oounty, CaL
Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber
sold aud grain stored, with
ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS.
raVTtl
H. NEWMARK & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers.
Dealer in Wool, Grain, Hides.
It, 18 Al5 LOS ANGELES T.
' leSif
O.E.BROWN. W. E. MORFORD.
MORFORD & BROWN,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
HOUSES. ORANGE GROVES, VINE
YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES
FOB SALE.
ALSO,
Commission Merchants.
Dealers I a Wool, Grain and Ltvs Stock
Corner Spring and Temple Streets,
auB-8m Los Angeles, Cal.
GOLDEN RULE
Underwear and Shirt
' FACTORY,
i 11. Dato &c 00.,
LOS AH3ELE3 ST., Hsu Ooßmerelal,
• Los ANGELES, Cal.
Always on hand and mads to order on
short Sottas, at lowtatotsh prioes.
LADIES', GRNT*' and CHILDREN'S
' CNCIRWKAR,
' LADIES' WRAt'P.RS and DU9TERS,
GESTS'OVEFI-"HIRr3 of i.VERY
' DEsCRIPTI»N. Jll-lm
' BRANCH OF THE PACIFIC!
Ocean House,
Ocean avenue, Santa Monica.
osy-First-Class In Every Rsspeet.^a
This pnpular honae having bien thor
oughly renovated and .lefltted Is open
tor ihe aocommodatlon ol me public
THE TABLE will be ruppllsd with all
he luxnrlea the maraet ftupMS.
MRS. S. HAYLRY.
apSOtf Proprietress.
I i—
OPENING OF THE
Occidental Restaurant
No. 116 Main Si., Cardon t Block.
I .
The tabls will bs furnished with tbt
. best that can be prac ured In tbs markei.
Regular meals, 2b ots.
sW ICE-CREAM SALOON connecter
• with the restaurant.
mjl-tm CH*B. WPINZBL, Prnp'r,
Teutonia Hall,
NO. 800 MAIN ST., U. B. BUILDINf.
- Frohllnger * Mathleson.
PROPRIETORS.
ssr WINEB. LIQU iRS RKER, AL'
and CIGaRS of tbu oral brands,
aerLIT Cdr.S or all kluas enpplir,
• oa short notloe. fsigtf
t —^———————
o THOMAS FARRALL,
Late of Ban Francisco, haa opened a
II flrat-elasa
D Merchant Tailoring
E9TAML.IBHM.KNT,
" AT 887 MAIN STREET, Lot Angelas
He is a praetlo tl tailor and cutter of W
years years exoeneuoe. Ha ha* out In
be beat uoasss E ial aad la tan Pr.nela
o. His terms are ye' y raasouabl •
aaruall aad seehlin. aelttf
WANTS- LOST—FOUND. j |
Wanted.
A mnn who understands the care a t
Ireea, garden, harassaad ouw. oa a plains?.
Inside lhe cttv limit.
Apply 10 MORFORD A BROWN,
lyt Corner Spring and Temple Sti.
——————.—» a,
Situation Wanted.
nv a young air, to assist in generaa*.
Uousewora or chamber work. f*A
Ai>ply ooruei of HMi and Eighth itall
\J
Copying Wanted.
Byayounglady; legal copying prefer- .%
red. Address. M. »■ W., No. 11l Fort tt, 1
JMt %
Situation Wanted, x.,
ny a man aid wife; the man at bar, _
tender, .teward or waiter, or to ttorkoa
a ranch; ibe wte aa euoa or bouseM
keep r. Address M. 8 , Herald offloe. T
jyo at
Wanted. w
A onoD GIRL tn do general housa./
wo. li for a an.all family: refeieaeee ra.l.
quired. Enquire at O. B. ORlrrlN'S,!
comer of Walnut street and Downey av> 4.
enue, Beat lob Angeles. JSMt A, a
fIOO BEWABD. a
For information leading to the oonvlo-sB
tion of auv person wilfully aod malkuK
oh uaiy placing any metal, wood oLJtL
other subalance lv any alack to bawr
thre.bsd hy our maohlne. M ,
HOLMES A 00. TO
July 1,1881. jeim I,
FOR SALE —FOR RENT. V
FOR SALE.
A GOOD HORSF, S ADDLE and 881-
DIE. Horse wnl drive double. Mutt oe »'
5,,1.1 this week. Inquire at C> L. PlSHata,
Klt'S boot and shoe store. J56-IW WY
FOR SALE. !|
HOUSF. AND LOT ON MAIN ST.,bei)
tween First an 1 .'ono. 75x800 ft., fronteJar
lug on Main and New l.os Angeles!
aneeta, with nil kinds of bearing fruit
irees. 111 re is room enough to hulld a
fuoiory or theater on Main street, aa it la
in ihe heart or the oiiy, ana pilveis
hou.rs oo New Los a nael a street. a
JtBJ-lm E. OBsENBaUM. A
Mules for Sale. JT
0«E PAIR OF V UNO. WELL-BSfIyTV
KeN MUuKS, wiih nuarantee.
of ahßji KINNS.Y, San uabrieL JsVa~TSV
FOB BENT.
A hon<ie of slant rooms, with all mod-/ v
em Improvementa, on Temple, oppoalte
Hill street; rent ISO per month. Ka- '
quire at tne Progress store. No. 110 Main ~
street, or on tbe promisee. Jsil-tf tWf
FOR.SALE CHEAP. ft
MY HOUSE AND LOT. on Basket '
Rill avenue, near Seoond street; oon
v. r.l.ut to Normal school and free from aw
du-t V, M. D. STEPHENS. (r
JaB 2m _ Room 86, Temple Blook. !
TO LhiT. •
NEWLY FURNISHEDSanny Rooms, at. l
at N". <l F.RST r-TKEBT. only a few II
stops rrom tbe Postorfloe. umi-ImOJ
FOBSALB. A
SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, I
three aud lour roome; flue looation: 1
splendid investment, v mm
0. WHITE, Tm
myt-Sm Room 49 Temple Block. ■
FURNISHED ROOMS, I
Pleasantly locaed and neatly furnished, 1
TOLET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Tl
Corner Knrt and Franklin atreeta, one,/]
block from Postornee. dSltf f 1
FOR SALE.
A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF BO *i
A<:RKS; two ariealan wells j orchard
and vlnevar lof 10 aores. Inquire or A.
W. ho ITS, Oounty Clerk's offlee mSilw
Kimball Mansion*
NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cab J
aw-SPAor )US PARLORS,Fine Suit*!, M
and Large HlngleSauny Rooms, eon tela- fl
log all modem con venleoeea. SB
ewTuE tahi.k supplied with tbe beet 1
th maraet affords. sf]
feWif Mew. M. H KIMBALL. Prop. J
UUi'Hiho. 1
THE PICO HOUSE ]
let Now Open. \
For ths reeeptlon of guests. Jr
All are Invited. FREE CARRIAGES m.
to the honae. 1
GRISWOLU A MABBH, el
nB-Im Proprietors, j?
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, >
FIR3T-OLASB. j
THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN 1
CALIFORNIA. 1
SAMMBIi A DBPKEB Prop's. si
Tbis is the only reliably first class
notel, is sluated In tbe center of the
itty ot Loa Angeles, oontalns y
nearly a hundred specious and'
dry rooms, newly furnished In tbe most
somfortable style. Rooms In suites foe. .
amines aod parties on every floor, with 1
iot and oold hatha.
The Table win always bs tarnished J
1 itn the best sapplles that oan be pro- I
- irad lv tbe market. J
A Fit Be. OOAOet Is always on hand utfA
jarry guests to the house. S \
No puns sp.red to make guest* ooy-... 1
' ortable in every way. <
A LARGE READING ROOM open
alghl and day.
HENRY HAMMEL, •'
mylTtt A. H. DEN EE It. '
THE COMMERCIAL j
RESTAURANT I
V. DOU, PHOP'R,
Oowney Blook, Main Bt.^
Receives alive and serves op every day
be obotoost FISH, inoladlag SOLE,
'URBoT and SEA TROUT.
MR. D. >L Is ths exclusive consignee of
he celebrated FROMAOB DE BRIE,
vhlch cau only he had at thle restaurant.
-IPKINU CHICKENS, Just In from the
anebes, cooked la every style.
1 hit itestauraut ia Los Angelee's Del
nonlen mvltf
Key West Cigar Store,
NO. 78) MAIN STREET,
LANFRANOO BLOOK
SIM ISAAOS. : I PROPRIETOR I
vfanufaotarer of FINE CIGARS and
dealer In IMPORTED OIUARS sad
all lines 01 Smokers' Articles.
iO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED.
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