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SUNDAY JULY 10. 1881. aferald Steam Printing House. the taoilUlee of tbe Hbkaui sium Printing House tor doing Job work are not eaiiasssd in California outside ot Han Trenelseo and Sacramento. All work en treated to us will be executed witb neat uesa aad dispatch at the lowest living ratal. atfaoiat. noTitis. Her saner notices ot companies, socie ties, eburehos, etc., will only be Inserted la the HkXAI-D as paid advertisements, Wo reserve, tor Places ot Worship, a grat ia directory, which will appear every flaaday morning. AIX this thing of wealthy capi talists and controllers of oorpora : trans presenting large sums to Presidents, ex-Presidents or tbeir Wives, is gross and offensive to tbe highest degree. Ii ougbt to be Stssaptd oat. Ths vnlgar oatenta llsstf men abnormally enriched hw their control of tbe govern mental maoblnery paying some of It bask lo this shape is intolerable. Iteagttt to be stopped, and stopped rotever. It smells rank to heaveu. Attcbhrt-Giiiekai. Hart, as Will he scan by a communication paallaaed la oar local columns; has expressed himself as unreservedly st* the opinion that tbere should be eeeaty elections throughout the State this Pall. It hat generally IfmrnUtl ' Colusa—Mr. ■art's awn county—ths question law bean raised in a shaps that will wattle* an early decision of tbe Bu .pgeme Oeurt on this important BSMnt, It Is to be hoped that tbere ■rill he aa delay in the delivery ef Ike opinion of ths oourt, because there Is hut m limited period; and, ' in the langaaga of tbe soripture, the time eemeth when oo man, taVtagh he be a politician, may work. It la on all accounts desira- Me that the court of last rssort Should decide the mooted point one wear or the other. Uncertainty, at ■ this lata data, is simply iutoler hMa. T»B Herald, which la always aad impartial, bas baan treat - ad to aoothsr version of the School ■aperlntendsncy matter. We are aaaared by Mr. Lacy, and other mesa bare of tbe Board of Eduea llob, tbat there Is not the slightest latention to inoreaae salaries, aod that the talary appropriation for the easnioK school year will be less than it bas been. From other aoaroes we are Informed that Mrs. Jones, as teacher of the High ■ebool, has only given half hour leatons dally; and tbat tbe effloleu •y Of the High School, during; ber administration of ber responsible tnset, Ii doe to speoial painstaking j tatsd capable assistants. We are lafermed, further, tbat tbsrs bas f hesa a regular eater wanllDg dltpen etUloa on School House Hill dur lag the past year, and tbat there has been a tremendous amount of Ut-taaaper and cross purposes, as a aaosequenoe, with a necessarily ' leasteoed school efficiency. While * wa*tteart of tbe editor of tbe Her- AXD goes oat spontaneously to tbe Waaksr and more obarming sax, •ar devotion to fair-play and im- Baftlal presentment of alleged fasts, sooapels as to hint the other •Ida ef this question. It is curious that tbara Is really a remarkable ■aaaimlty in tbe Board of Educa tfem aa to the necessity of a cuauge •f school management, and even the chivalrous Dr. Kurtz himself, la bis publio utterances, is said, by to have been rath- by bis traditional oour ?* *ebb> to woman than by a strict re gacd te tbs verities, la his address aft the High Sohool oommenoement sat.Braises. Having heard tbe pros aad eons in tbis agitated matter, as • mars ohronieler of events, we ' present the situation from tbe feint of view of tbe Board of EJli gation, extenuating nothing nor setting down aught in malice. £ Dm. fxxis, or the Board of Edu cation, sought our sanctum yester day with a view to an explanation as ta) certain aspects of city school swatters. In regard to an artlole whle* appeared ln yeatsrday morn lag's Commercial, aimed at Doctor Cilia without naming him, he de rim to state that the allegation that ho would oppose Mrs. Jop.es Issuance the newspapers favored ber la aa Invention out or whole clotb. ■a Informs us that he never made each a statement, or anything re l aamhllng it. With regard to tbe acker papular rumor that tbere Ware ta be advances In the salaries ~ of the elty teachers, he . requested 1 aa te mention tbe fact that no mem - ■ 90* Ot the Beard of Education, te JMat kaawledge, had so muoh ss Mated at any Increase of salary. Aa to the appointment of Mr. ' CMaa, be farther Informed us that Uttvt gentleman was appointed be o emmm a remarkable ooDearrence or Catalan essmsd to point to him as aha proper parson, as edaeatlenai Bajaieam ataad la this soon ty to-day. was the result of maay laqairies .mmmg the teachers, so Mr. Ellis mmrnm, Mr. Qalnn was preferred W Mb« the eoe beat qualified for ilpl gawttlin. Wa sacrely tell tba , mm m 'twas told ta us by Doctor v SMb, kwvrla* mo dealrs to prejudge way. While, gkhjaggghaa BRBai, we Im* cllns te the side of woman in any earthly ooutroversy, fslr play calls for a hsarlng from both sides. Tbe almost entire uaaulanlty of the board In favor of a change, on the supposition that tbsy are capable and Intelligent gentlemen, el courss oouots for something witb reflecting people. We are satisfied tbat ssx la no respect enters into ths calculation. THERM Is one thing ot wbloh ths whole people of tbe United States bave Just reason to complain. Ths Associated Press, aftsr giving us a harrowing obapter about the Presl dsnt's bed, has left us in most la mentable uncertainty ever slnoe. First the bed was * too short and too low, cramping the Presi dential too* and leaving tbe Presi dential body at too low an angle to admit of his lungs beiug duly ex panded by the breezes which blow from tbe Potomac. As a result, a new bed was ordered, which was seven feet long, but which was too narrow, not admitting of tbe due flapping of tbe Presidential arms. A sort of Procrustean bad, as de picted ln Hudibras. We were next advised tbat another bed bad been ordered, which would obviate all these inconveniences and admit of a free oircuiatlon of air around tbe President's precious body. Whether this supsrnumerary bed has arrived we are not yet advised. In tbe Chroniole'e Memorabilia about tbe sick room, we are told tbst, amongst the other telegrams rec ommending treatment, waa one suggesting a cow-dung poultioe. We are inclined to think that tbat would just about meet the emer gency, and we trust that an ac count of its successful application will shortly be telegraphed to Queen Victoria aud the other anxious crowned beads of Europe. While we bave been entertained with interesting accounts of cer tain Presidential peristaltic move ments, and while tbe aotion of tbe New York Chamber of Commerce bas bsen telegraphed over tbe length and breadth of the United Stales, we have fortunately, thus far, been spared accounts as to tbe ceramic characteristics of an- otber chamber. Bismillah! Mar sbsllabll God be praised!!! But the tosd-eaters wbo surround the wounded President bave just bare ly stopped short of tbis last prutient enormity. And thus Is a slightly wounded man made ridic ulous by pseudo friends, wbo ought to know bstter, throwing a grotesque light upon a deliberate aod iniquitous attempt to unduly excite the sensibilities of the people of the United States, as well aa tbe sympathies of tbe outside world. As long as President case really seemed grave and dan gerous,.the Herald was sympa thetic und appreciative. We r.ow believe that tbe people bave been grossly humbugged for political ef fect, and we make no bones In saying so. If true, it bas been an unprecedented outrage, and the re action will be instant and over whelming. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. [Special to the Hebald by tbs Western Union Telegraph Company. I PACIFIC COAST. STOCK mTUKOFCUVX. SAN KKANOISCO STOCK AND EX CHANUE BOARD. MORMmo sEssron Saw Fuakoisoo. July S. 215 Opblr. tH 100 Alta, 8 M 810 vat i. 1.1)0,1.65 610 Andes, I.SO. 185 80 Unix, go.- 10(1 Scorpion. 105 2.0 8 A ti, 0M 150 Benton, I, I.OS 61 ■ Con Va, B. iO, 205 110 Curt ia, 160 20 Savage, 2 76 26 Eureka, |IW a 10 100 Cbollar, 2..0 87u Day, lli\ 170 6110 Potosl. 2.16 2.40 HON belle, IHU 336 HAN, 8.43, 8 10, io:> Manhattan, 8.65 8 85 S6O Albion. 880 4 6a 240 Point, 2 10 iOj M t Diablo, 844, 160 Jacket, 4 80 B% 845 Kenluck.2 1660 Holme*. IM, L2O 160A1pha,276 184.108.40.206 175 Belon..r, 2.86 160 Wales, 1.60 7(0 s Nevada. tot B-cntel, 1.70,1,76 260 Utah, 6%,6*>,6K 250 Mono. 8.06 67.1 exchequer, 1.10 6l> Bulwer, 2B 100 Overman, 1 80 75 S King, 2iJ4 125 Union, in, % 260 Tiptop, 4H raaseasera aontn »u.i Weal. Fbesno, Cal., July 9tb.—Tbe fol lowiug Is tbe list of passengers for tbe South and East ou tbe train which passed this place at 6 P. M. Mrs R T Blow, Ban Bernardino; Mrs O Q Stewart, Los Angeles; Isadoie Townsend, do; L F Olm stead, do; Tbns Ouineao, do; G A Atwood, Sao Bernardino; L J Lockbart, Los Angelea; Domingo Oybaizabel, dn; Mrs F. Chapman, Tucson; W H Zeriln, Los Angeles; H B Mills, do; J H Sanyon, do; Jas Richard, El Paso. HaalSeaai Doaatl.iu— Fallen 1 . San Francisco, July 9th.—D. O. Mills gives $76,000 to tbe Uni versity of California to endow tbe cbalr of intellectual and moral philosophy and civil polity. Bowen Brothers, wholesale grocers, bave failed. Liabilities, $50,000; assets $20,000. Northern Belle declares a divi dend of fifty cents and an extra dividend nf twenty-five cents. In tbe $300,000 foreclosure esse of A. J. Douohoo vs. the Mariposa Land and Mining Company, Judge Evans, of the Superior Court, made an order of attachment against tbe late Receiver Meyer, returnable July 22J. EASTERN. ■••■•a »»mi Slaeaeerad. Bdffalo, July 9th—The boada atolea from tba Erie Couuty Sav ings Bank of tbla city, lo May last, amounting to $114 000, and whiob were traced to Baltimore, were re turned to-day, laat $16,000, United Statec securities, which had been Tbe president Contiuaee to Im prove. Washington, July 9.—A settled quietness prevails at tbe White Mouse and tbe hope oi tbe Presi dent's reoovery has grown Into general belief. Except tbe Cabinet officers and nswspaper correspond ents, but few visitors are there to night. Dorsey bas one of tbe dis trict fire engines In tbe Wblte House yard for the purpoae of test ing its oapaolty for compressing air for lowering tbe temperature of tbe President's room. A tire engine has been telegrapbed for from New York and will reach here to-mor row. Wben it arrives Dorsey says he will be able to keep the temper ature of tbe President's room at auy dsgree the doctors desire. Executivb Mansion, July B.— 4 P. m.—The President bas been more comfortable to-day than at any time slnoe he was wounded. Hlsoblldreu were permitted tosse bim this morning, and the attend ing physicians report at 6 P. H. that be Is Improving satisfactorily, None of tbe systems of artificial reirigeratlng thus far tried have entirely met tbe sanguine antici pations of the inventors; but, as tbe weather continues reasonably cool, tbe President has not suffered muoh from tbe heat since Thurs day. Experiments are atlll being made with refrigerating apparatus lv anticipation of a return of hot weather, which is ptsdiotcd by Sen. Hasen. Executive Mansion, 7:16 p. M —The Prealdeut's oondltion con tinued favorable during tbe day. Ths febrile reaction does not differ materially from that of yesterday. Pulse, 111; temperature, 101.02; respiration, 24. Executive mansion, 10 r. at.— The President's spmptoms con tinue favorable and enoouraging. Unless some change should occur for the worse no otßoial bulletins will be Issued until to-morrow morning. D. K. Bliss, J. K. Barnes, J. J. Woodward, ROBT. REYBUBN. Washington, July 9.—Simon Bros., wbo bave just finished Ibe new Atlantic cable, send as tbe first message a congratulation to tbe President. Jcffereou Aatta >,v in« Atieatpiea Lotjisvillk, July tnb. — Tbe Courier-Journal prints the fol lowing: Bkauvibh, Harrison Co.,\ Miss., July S, 1881. / To Mr. Finlay S. Collins: Dear Bib: 1 have received yours of tbe 4th lust, and thank you for tbe kind expressions It contained. Tbe evil influeuoes to which you refer aa oauslug the bitterness felt towards Southern meu, It may be fairly expeoted, will give way to the sober sense of the people. If they Bhall, like yourself, defeat sordid motives for wbloh stimulants are administered, I will not. Like the telegram you cite in regard to the attempted assassination of tbe President., I can say tbat I am thankful the assassin was not a Southern man, but I re gret tbat be is an American. Tbe crime is black enough in itself, but it has a deeper dye from tbe mer oeuary motive wbioh seems to have prompted it, I einserely trust ths President may rscover and tbat the startling eveut will aroiise the people to the cousideration of a remedy for the demoralization which tbe wild hunt after office is creating. I am very respectfully yours, (Signed) Jefferson Davis. Saiunof isa Sfoneiarjr Conlereuee ejaaialaetory. New York, July 9— The World't Paris correspondent, speaking of Ihe Monetary Confereuce, says: Tbe Americana here are unanimous In thinking that the results ot tbe Conference are highly satisfactory, ss tbe til-metallic propaganda Is everywhere assuming increasing proportions, while mono-metalism makes no converts. That England is uneasy is evidenced by her efforts not only to meet half way io keep ing part of ber metallic reserve ln silver, but to confine the Indian standard of silver. Tbe Amerlsaus olalm tbat tbe manager of the Bank of Eogland Is the latest oon vert to bi-metsllem. Jay aietotd'e roper eaaaeaie. New Tore, July 9.—The World proposes a national subscription of five dollars and upwards for tbe purposes set forth lv the subscrip tion list of tbe Chamber of Com merce. Oppr.salve Heal—OlOaulaa; OE B*raaeice. Chicago, July 9th.— The beat is oppressive and tbe mortality great. There were two fatal sunstrokes to day. The Chicago Postoffics Is to be reconstructed. Tbe Logan olan is likely to reoeiye a backset through tbe cleaning out of tbe barnacles there attaobed to htm. juris* fjiitTord Daagersesir 111. Portland, Maine, July 9tb.— Justice Clifford, of the United States Supreme Court, Is danger ously 111 at Cornish. Oner Isiand maeae. Coney Island, July 9.—ln the quarter-mile daeli for three-year olds Governor won In 21}. Tobesti won tbe mile dash ln 1:67}, aud Kitting won tbe mile and a half in 2:40 J. Terror won tbe hurdle race. Coiupmuv te UrTelup t'nandt ttlaes Montreal, July 9th.—A Freuob company with $10,000,000 capital is bslng formed in Paris to develop mining resources of Canada. FOREIGN. ■Aral solicitude, London, July 9'h.—King Kala kau oalled at tbs United States Le gation to-day and enquired after tbe oondition of President Garfield. Tne Sailaar Murdrrer Arreetee. London, July 9th. -Le Froy, ohurged with tbe murder of Golde, on tbe Brighton Railroad on tbe 27th u lt., baa been arrested at East London. Tbe police bad a due that be bad been biding tbere. Le Froy made a full confession. Milan riea.a spit sea. London, July 9—A correspond ent of tbe Shipping Oatette at Sobull, County Cork, aoulbweet coast of Ireland, reports under date of tbe 7tii instant, as follows: Tbs offloer tv charge of tbe Bohull Coast Guard received to-day a paokage of letters, forty in num ber, bound by an alaatie hand, brought by a man from Long Is iaasir It ta sxmaaaai sates thai man picked op the letters eoolosed ln a chest or oase, as tbe bundle was quite dry. The finder statsa tbat be swam for tbem. Tbe flrat letter Is signed by Captain Murray, of tbe steamship Arizona. The others were letters to his wife and several telegrams, tbe waifscomlng ashore at Castle Head. Tbe Bohull Coast Guard has been requested to report wbat tbe waifs consist of, Nora.—Tbe Ouion line steamer Arisooa, Captain Murray, from Livervool for New York, sailed from Queens town July Bd. Tbe Sfeuets.y Ooufereaev Al< Juora.il. Paris, July 9th.— The Interna tional Monetary Conference to-day unanimously adopted a resolution proposed by tbe French aud Amerioan delegates expressing a desire that negotiations sball -be opened between the countries wbloh participated iv tbe Confer ence aud tbat a conference be summoned to meet April 12, 1882, to settle details of tbe Monetary Convention which It was hoped would be ooncluded by tbat time. Tbe Conference tben dually ad journed. riahtieia at ratals. Tunis, July 9th.—lt it reported tbat tbe French fire destroyed all tbe forts, tbe groat mosque aud part of the Mussulman quarter. At Sfax the insurgents are still resist ing. The number eight is tbe number of justice, on account of the equal ity that Is found in It. When written 8, tn its Arabic form, tbe two parts are equal aud alike, be ing two circles; out It from top to bottom, through tbe middle, the two parts made are equal aud alike; out it In four, up and down, aud aoross, and tbe tour parts are equal and alike. * Divide it by wbat di visor you please, that will fairly go In 11, an.i you make a result of equal parts, as ones, or twos or fours. NEW TO-DAY. T. LYONS la preparted to do carting, grading and ailing on reasonable termt; also, cleaulng and hauling of all kinds of garbage, orders to be left at Cneese brough A Dreyer's cigar store, Spring street. JylO-lv DIVIDEND NOTICE. Semi-annual dividend No. 63 of fifteen (15) per cent, per annum on the capital stock of the FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LO-t ANGELES Has been declared by tbe Board of Trus tees, payable on or after the litb In stant. JOHN MILNER, ■secretary. Los Angeles, July Bth, 1881. JlO-1 w Oertifioctte of* Speolal Partner ship. This is to certify that tbe undersigned bave formed a special partneraolo, pur suant to the provisions of the Civil Code of the state uf California. Tbat the name or firm under which suoh partnership Is to be conducted Is "J. w. Bixby A Co." Tbat tbe general nature of Ihe business to be transacted is raising and trading In cattle, shsep, horses and other slook, in cluding wool raising, dairy business, pasturing animals auu all other business incidental lo suoh general business. Tbat tbe names of all the general and special partners are as follows: John W. Bixby, who resides In Los Angeles coun ty, State of Caliiornla; and Jotbam B ik by, wbo resides In tne same oounty and State, eaoh and both or whom are tbe general partners; and Isalas w. Hell man, who resides in the oity end county of Los Angeles, in said State, who is tne special partner. That said Isalas W. Hellman has con tributed ibe sum of (116,6.8 07-100) six teen thousand six hundred and alxty-a'x (7-100 dollars as capital to the common stock, aud aa his portion of ths oapltal Of said partner.hlp. . Tbat the prinolpal place of business of said partnership Is and shall be In said oouuty of Los Angeles, State of Caliior nla. Tbat the said partnership Is to com mence on the Utb day of Joly, A.'D. 1881, aud la to terminate on the 11th day of July, A. D. 1886. Dated at Los Angeles, this 9th day ot July, A. D. 1881. JOHN W.B'XBY. JuTHAM BiXBY. ISAIAS W. BKLLMAN. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I _ County or Los Anjeles. j ■*■ On tb* nlutb day of July, one thous and eight hundred and eighty-one. be fore me, Geo. S. Patton, a Notary Public, lnand for eald oounty, personally ap peared Jobn W. Blxuy, Jotbam Bixby ana isalas W. Hell man,known to me to he tbe persons described ln, whose namea are subsorlbed to and who exeouted the foregoing Instrument, and each of them duly acknowledged to me that be exe outed the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my band and affixed my official seal, at my offlee, in the aald eo-inty of Loa Angelea, toe day aud year first above written. [soal.l GEO. S. PATTON. Notary Publio ln and for said oounty. ICJE CREAM ! FOURTH OF JULY! MR. BROWN, of the Occidental Res taurant, CAKDONA BLOCK, informs the citizens of Los Angeles tbat be Is pre pared to supply ICE CREAM for tbe Fourth of July ln any quantity desired. ORDERS DELIVERED IN ANY PART OF THE CITY. J2.3t BRANCH OF THE PACIFIC! • — Otjeaii House, Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica. _____ asy-Flrst-Ciass ln Every Respeot ~sa This popular house having been thor oughly renovated and refitted, Is open tor the accommodation of tbe public. THE TABLE will be supplied with all be luxuries the market anorda. MRS. S. BAYLEY, apSOtf Proprietress. Proposals for Painting. Sealed bids will be received by the City B>ard of Education for painting (outside) the High school. Eighth Street sohool and deary Street sohool bond ings. AM bids to be handed to W. Lacy, at F.rat National Bank, by July 19 IsSi. WALTER LINDLEY. Chairman Oommittee on building and Repairs. Los Angeles, Julys, lMt. JDtd THOMAS FARRALL, Lata of Ban Franolsoo, bas opened a flrat-clasa Merchant Tailoring _>, AT UT MAIN BTBBBT, Law Angeles He is a p res Ileal tailor and cutter of It years years experience. Ms haw oat in be bast nooses Beat and In San Fraaets- WANTS- LOST—FOUND, Wanted. FIRST OLASS T KAVELINQ AGENTS. Call immediately at room 8, Allen Block, cornersprlng and Temple strtsts. J9-2t Situation Wanted. By a oom patent girl, Jnst -from the East, to do general housework. Enquire at the Kansas City Hotel, opposite the new depot. JB St Housekeeper's Position Wanted. By an experienced woman, or tbe care of an Invalid or children,or any position of trust in a lamlly. References ex changed. Oall oa address, one week, "Housekeeper," No. 6 first street, Los Angeles, J9-lw Wanted. A man who understands tbeoare of trees, garden, horaes and cow, on a place inside tbe city limits. Apply to MORFORD A BROWN. Jy6 Corner Spring and Temple Sts. Situation Wanted. By a young glr ,to assist ln general housework or chamber work. Apply cornei of Hill and Eighth sta. Jy«lw FINE WHITE SEWING. sorLADIES' UNDERWEAR AND-wTS ssr CHILDREN'S CLOTHES esrA SPECIALTY 1 -** BY MISS H. LAYNG, No. SO POLYX ENIA ST., near Fourtu. Jg-lw STRAYED OR STOLEN. From tbe Evergreen Cemetery, on tbe night or July 7ih, A SORREL M ARE. medium sue, white face and white lest. A liberal reward will be paid for Us re turn to the Cemetery. JS-3t 0100 UEWABD. For Information leading to the convic tion of any person wilfully and mali ciously plaolng any metal, wood or other substance ln any stack to be threshed by our maohine. HOLMES A CO. July 2,1881. .16-Im FOR BALE—FOR RENT. FOR BALE. A UOOD HORSE, SADDLE and BRI DLE. Horse will drive doubts. Must Da aold tbla week. Inquire at C- L. FISH ER'S boot and shoe store. JyO-lw FOR SALE. HOUSE AND LOT ON MAIN ST., be tween Flrstand Seoond,76xBoo ft., front ing ou Main and New Los Angeles streets,with all kinds of bearing fruit trees. There la room enough to build a faotory or theater on Main atreet, as It Is ln Ihe heart of the city, anu private houses on New Los Angeles street. JeSO-lm E. GRkenbaUM. FOB BENT. A house of eight rooms, with all mod ern improvements, on Temple, opposite Hill etreet; rent $30 per month. En quire at tbe Progress etore. No. 120 Main atreet, or on tbe premises. Je2l-tf FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker Hill avenue, near Seoond street; con venient to Normal school and free from dust WM. D. STEPHENS, Je9 8m Room 65, Temple Block. TO LET. NEWLY FURNISHEDSunny Rooms, at NO. ft First STREET, only a few steps from the Postoffloe. mSI-lm SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGEB, three and four rooms; fine location; splendid Investment. C. WHITE, my6-8m Room 49 Temple Blook. «j r *== k OAPITALISTS. notice thlslll HPLEMtID INVESTMENT In elty property la offered: will net 16 per cent. Call on C. WHITE, jt2s nam Room 41, Temple Block, FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one blook from Postoffloe. dBltf FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF SO ACRES; two artesian wells; orobard and vlneyar lof 20 acres. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, Oounty Clerk's offloe. m26-lw Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELEB, Cal. aar-BPAOIOUS PAfcLORS, Fine Suites, and Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. atar-THE TABLE supplied with tbe beat the market affords. feSUr MRS. M. H. KIMBALL.Prop. c. ohlfsen-bagge, From the Berlin Conservatoire of Music, Is prepared to GIVE LESSONS ln PIANO, SINGING, ETC. Mr. 0.-Bagge begs to state tbat he has studied and practiced hla profession for many years la Germany, America and Australia. sty-Residence, Kimball Mansion. New High street. J>7 ; lw J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner or First and Fort streets. ear-Buggies, spring wagons and saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day ...,™. ...18.00 Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 2.50 Borae and buggy, per day „. 2.60 Half a day „....„.„... 1.60 aar*SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. mmU NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. Los Angeles County Bank. At a meetlugof lhe Board of Directors of Los Angeies County Bank bel l on Tuesday, July sth, 1881, dividend (No. II) ot twelve per cent, on tbe capital stock for tbe six months from January Ist to July Ist, 18*1, was deolared, payable July 10th, 1881. H, L. MAO WEI,, J7 Im Caabier. For Santa Catalina. THE SCHOONER ROSITA Will take parties to Catalina Island for bathing. Parties oan oome direct to San Pedro ln their own oon veyanoe and their teams oan be eared for ln my pastors. Campers mutt bring tbeir own provla lona and oa coping equipments. PASSAGE, round trip - — S-eV Children half prioe. Balls from Ban P.dro Mondays. Wed aeedaye aad Fridays; returns oa alter nate days, for particulars write to OAF*. OBOBQX EDEN, Ban TeSts Tllmsaarlißl P.tta.OaL JL ... NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 0> THE , ASSETS AND LIABILITIES LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK, , July l, ItSSI. ASSETS. Oash on hand.................... $48,817 89 Depoaitedln otherbanka 69,183 15 Safe and furniture • I 900 On Loans 2M m SB ] Real eatate 110,413 2"> tlie 057 87 ' LIABILITIES. Due depositors „ 166 051 88 Oapltal.took _ lOU.OiiO 00 ' Reaerve lund 201,128 OS Expanses aeoiued „_ .„ 600 10 Dividends uncalled for 4ii6 00 collection account 880 60 1 Rent and tax account current... 1,863 va . Net undivided proflta lor paat Six mouths 16,818 46 ' 1189 167 87 The real estate to tbe amount of 1in05.37 la altuated In San Bernardino oouniy; tbe remainder In Los Angelea eouoty, a* aretbeoiher assets, except as appears above. Tbe evidences ot tbe assets of 1 the oank are In the bank's vault and are lor tbe major part also on record ln San nernardino and Loa angelea counties, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 „ i County of Los Angeles. /**• J. 8. Slauson, President, and H. L, Mac nell, Cashier, of Los Angeles County Bank, being severally duly a worn,eaoh for blmself, says tbe foregoing statement la true to the best of his knowledge and belief. Signed: J, S SLAUSON. H. L. MAONEIL. • Sworn and subscribed to before me ; this 7th day of July, 1881. ' Signed: O. A. DOBINSON, Notary Publio ln and tor said oounty of Los Angeles, State of California. i —orTHB ACTUAL PAID-UP CAPITAL Los Angeles County Bank, July Ist, 1881. The actual paid-up capital is, in gold $100,000 00 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I „ Oounty of Los Angeles, j J. s. Slauson, President, and H, L. Macnoil, Cashier of Loa Angelea Coun'y Bank, being severally duly sworn, eaoh lor himself, says that the foregoing statement Is 11 ue to the best of bis knowl edge aud belief. Signed: 1. S. SLAUSON. H. L. MACNH.IL. Subscribed and aworn to before me, tbis 7th day of July, 1881. Signed: a. A. DOBINSON. Notary Publio ln and for said county of Los Angeles, State of California. JyB-lm THE — Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES CAPITAL, paid up in gold $200,000.00 laalas W. Hellman, President, and John Mllner, Secretary, of the above named Bauk,being severally sworn, eaoh for blmself, says tbat the above amount of capital paid up Is correct. Signed. ISAIAS W- HELLMAN. President. Signed: JOHN MILNER, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this oth day ol July, 1881. Signed: O. A. DOBINSON, Notary Public ln and for Los Angeles oounty, state of Caliiornla. OF THE CONDITION OF THE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES, Attbeolose of business, THURSDAY, JUNE 80th, ISBI. ASSETS. Oash on hand 1218,021113 Ossh wltL bankssnd bankers 811,928 61 Cash on call loans... 126,000 03 Total oash — 8649,847 84 Bonds, U. S. four per cent aud other bonds 161.018 84 Loans and discounts.. 867,408 12 Bank building 16,500 00 Two bauk vaults,offlco furniture and flx tuies 7,500 00 Real estate 60 686 28 81.814 806 as LIABILITIES. Capital, paid up ln gold 1300.000 Reserve fund .....$ no 000 Surplus fund..... 180.290 260,280 Total 8160,980 OO Due depositors 761,112 68 Wivldands uncalled for. 1.876 00 Undivided profits - 2j,«87 90 t19M,«7i6~M Isalas W. Hellman, President, and Jobn Mllner, Secretary of the Farmers' aod Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, being severally sworn, each for himself, say that the foregoing sjtatement la troe and correct, to the best of their knowl edge and bellel. Signed: ISAIAB W. HELLMAN, president. Signed: JOBN MILNER, Secretary. Subsorlbed and sworn to before me. this em day of July, 1881. Signed: O. A. DOBINSON, Notary Publio ln and for Lns Angeles county, State of California. J7-lm Assignee's Notloe of Sale L. W. KIR BY VS. HIS CREDITORS. By virtue of an order of sale made by the Superior Court of tbe oounty of Los Angeles, State of California,ln the above entitled canae, dated 81at day of May, 1881. whereby I am oommanded to seli certain prop.rty of L. W. Klrby, the above named Insolvent, notice is hereby given that on tbe SOTH DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clock m of said day, at tbe west* crn door of tbe Court House, Spring street, elty and county or Los Angeles 1 will sell at publio auotlon, to the highest bidder for oaah, the right, tMe and In terest of tbe said insolvent, L. w. Klrby, in and to tbe following described prop erty: Tbat certain lot of land situate ln tbe town of Anaheim, county of Loa Angelea, State or cal forma, more particularly de acrlbed aa town lot (N0.641 number 61 of the town of Anaheim, as psr map of ibe town of Anaheim on file In tbe oounty reoordaof Loa Angeles coun'y, In tbe He ootdsr'a office of eald oonntv. at the city and oounty of Loa Angelea. Cal. Dated Bth day of Ju.y. 1881. si. MKYBERG, Assignee of said insolvent estate, H. M. MITCH a LL, JBtd Attorney for Assignee. JTJrjiT REOiUVEIJD, Dlrsot from England, a splendid assort-' ment or Bogera A Sons' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLBBY. Also for sals, SAN ASSSITID ARTICLES. LAWYERS. HENRY M. BA) I'l'H. T. K.tlKuWn. A. W. HUTTON. Dlst. Atty. SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON Attorneys at LaW. Offloe-ROOMS Nos. 91 and S3. TEM PLE BLOOK. . THar U-tf J. Brousseau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. nos. se and sr. baker block mh3tf H. M. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offloe—ROOMS 76 AND 77, TEMPLE BLOCK. mbiitf JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES. Graves & Chapman, Attorneys «St CoTxiissel lors ut Lav,', Room No. 8, Baker Block. foll^ J.G.EASTMAN, A.J.KING, S. HALEY, JOHN KOBARTB. Eastman. Haley, King & Robarts. Attorneys at I_.rt"w. OFFICE—Nos. 8,4,5 and 8, STRELITZ BLOCK, Spring street, Loa A.ngeles. Will practice in the Supreme and all State Courts. Particular attention paid to land and mining otisoa. 01-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms audi Ducommnn'B Block, oorner Ms.v i Commercial streets, Los aw eles. may7-tl BUSINESS CARDS. JUOSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Booms 18 and 14. MoDonald Blook, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. sepWtf PHINEAS BANNING, hORWARDING AND COMMISSIO WILMINGTON, Los Angeles oounty, Cal. Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. ocTtt H. NEWMARK & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer ln Wool, Grain, Hides. IL 18 &16 LOB ANUELEB T. :ie3tf O. E. BROWN. W. E. MORFORD. MORFORD & BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR SALK. ALSO. Commission Merchants. Dealers in Wool, Grain and Live Stook Corner Spring and Temple Streets, uu3-8m Los Angeles, Cal. HOTELB. THE PICO HOUSE Its Now Open For the reception of guests. All are invited. FREE CARRIAGES to the bouse. GRIBWOLD 4t MARSH, n3-lm Proprietors, COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, FIRST-CLASS. THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL A DEN KKB Prop's. This is the only reliably first class hotel, Is situated lr. the oenter or the oity of Los Angeles, oontalns . nearly a hundred epacious and airy rooms, newly furnlshed ln the moat oomfortable stylo. Rooms ln suites for families and parties on every floor, with hot aud cold baths. THE TABLE will always be furnished with the best supplies tbat can be pro ' cured lv the market. A PREK COACH Is always on hand tc , oarry guests to the house. No pains spared to make guests oom for table in every way. A LARGE READING ROOM open night and day. HENRY HAMMEL, mylTtf A. H. DE.NKER. PACIFIC HOTEL, E. H. BOYD PROPRIETOR i Passenger Eating Station. sjsv-All trains stop rot meals. Parlor ' sitting room lor ladles and gentlemen 1 awaiting trains. LUNCHES PUT UP FOR PASSENGERS. JyO-fcn it — --- —— THE COMMERCIAL i RESTAURANT , V. DOL, PBOP'B, < Downey Blook, Main St. Reoelvet alive and serves un every day the choicest FISH, including SOLE ' TURBOT and SEA TROUT. MR. DoL la ths exclusive consignee 01 the celebrated FROM AG R DE HBIK, wbiob oan only be bad at tbla restaurant SPRING CHICKENS, Justin from tbt ranohee, cooked In every etyle. Tble Restaurant la Los Angeles's Del- POISON OAK. KOOBS'S jWIuMEUTk* PONY SALOON, NO. 186 MAIN BTREBT. Carl H. JF. Sohweani (Better known aa lion Carlos,] BSJ-WINKS, LIQUORS, ALB. 8188 AND OIQAR9 ot the beat quality to ba ion nd ln tbe market always on band, A cordial Invitation la exUnded to hto Jld friends and the publio to give him a tall. /STBagatelle Table for Pattime. _ awr LAND FOR SALE. •no AO BBS OP TRBIGABLB LAND, Moat beautifully looated, \% miles from tbe Plaxa: fine view; magnlfloeat soil for VINES OB TREES. No Waste land; southerly exposure; two never-fulling springs of water on the traot. IRRIOABLK from city ditches or Los Angelea Oity Water Go's ni al ns,whiob are laid up to It. Prioe, 130,000; one-half oash, balance on time. Apply to H. M. 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