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TTJjWPAY JULY 12, 1881
■•raid Bteam Printing House. ; Che facilities of the Hihalii stestm frlatlng House for doing Job work are not SSWaassd la California outside of Man ajpaalsiii an I tiaetswiaato.. All wurken assxaaest to iv w m be executed with ueat asa* aad dis paten at the lowest living asuMilai- sjotis'u. ' ales—nil iisllini of companies,eoole * aisa. ahnmhm eto., will only be Inserted ; ta the Hbbald aa paid advertisements. £.'tro reserve, for Places of Worahlp, s grat '•-,» eMseetoiy, which will appear every jcfcbjfcjegar asornlax. era of Gush, with a oapltal ' +, at anon ns, and tba waves are Wrnatng mountain high. Presently *Jm taehed waters will subside and * sjawfeaad wonder will eet in as to V stepsr people oould make suoh con j' jjppnwl fools of themselves. mmMmWmmfasseßtsat: : tear, of the Argonaut, has lo oeimlllsil his denunciation of tbe "••fare Irish" at least to the ex- Mat mt getting in a very hearty |e<famlad agalast the Oake of 'tPMaMrland and hla companions. Is M peaalble that an invitation to a Kettledrum was ignored tearing the tssent visit ? ; tn fnrmtt It becoming smaller "rljg|p degrees and beautifully less. tbo teleseepe will come into / tallllllton and then all will bs asSatn blank for a while. Astro- Sjamleally tbe present year bas beam unusually Interesting, both I fMm the conjunction of tbe planets tb* advent of ao unheralded IT eeeaae to be conceded tbat tbe Wheat wop Bait ot the Rocky lsteanteins will tbis year be an sWlly email, going; probably forty lawaant, behind that of last year. gkcaMltloa, Russia is said to have latvveeted tba largest crop known fa* twenty years pant However tabandant Russia's crop maybe, it smaaot begin to make good the de salt ef the Eastern States, and the Btwbeblllty is extremaahat Callfor- grangers will tbis season re- JsttM la good prioes for both their atatedand current wheat. Jit waa a sad day for California Asm the humbug and hypocrite ■ayaa vetoed tbe Fifteen Passen aser Mil. Day before yesterday an ether installment of a thousand of tew Chinese lepers—to employ Seals Kearney's fervid term— aaaded In San Franolsso. And thsy will keep on landing. There is a abort and pregnant passage in Mat thew which speaks of the people asking for bread and being ten dereda etone. Tbat Is tbe real treatsaent Californians will receive •Ml the Chinese qaestlon from any party but the Democratic A keen state la tbe line of threnody seems te as appropriate. The attempt to gat op capital for Millar ou this sasajstt is tbe Joka of the age. FoBTY-asrvEN members of tbs '')F«w r Td7k"T*gislature, of tbe class known lo tbe political nomenela tare of tbat State aa "Half Breeds" aad "Featherheads," immediately , ■bob tba resignation of Senators Oenkllag and Piatt, signed an agreement wblah ran tbat tbey woald not, under any oiroum etanoea, enter Into any caucus, Wblah tbe friends of Conkling and Piatt, by tbe way, tben dealred, nor eupport either of those gentlemen, 'St aay other stalwarts, for Senator 'asi"tt*ll Halted States. Before tbe IgjbßtSaatratlongame of bribery be lli*, If* saaeas had bsen oallsd, Ptabllag aad Piatt woald have bee* tba aholoe of the majority of . JBeaaublleaee In the New York Leg selslare. New tba managers of the swlailatotratlon, with an exaot knowledge of the Legislative oattle •urehaeed by tbem, duly ticketed ttsTen tbe stabs of tbeir oheok beeks, are foolish enough to sup pose tbat tbe stalwarts will fall Into aay aueb pitiful pitfall, "flat vote of yeaterday shows tttat Ceokllag yet substantially ■aids bis own, notwithstanding the feet that Roberteon, a Federal aajgwlDtee, still stays in tbe New J WBk State Senate and Joint Repub ateao Convention, and "bosses" tbe aatetslatratlon job, tbe Uonstitu ' Una of New York to the oontrary. Wbat Is really wanted ia a dellver- Saeaeaf tbe people in the matter, ttvaesgb the popular elections the fall, and this ordeal tbe p* SHIUVf administration riug dare li Ssm Casta. They fear it as much as a aaltVbaarted fanatic, in tbe old .Stye of auperstition, dreaded the pMsswalbyflre. L*V saaaßßexeßUaaßaeaei : ■ Swiss to the poaseasion of a 4 -<*e*F aoag parse, eiteoded and ex- Sasajfesl tbroagh a monopoly of tbo . fSff lalaads—a most disgraceful aoatianons job, whleh bas %Bwatte Seward's aesjairement of ■pMmwmwm ssssa a mere mockery of '■-jmmUmmml aggrandizement — there Ma rasiarkartie aaaalaalty in BsaabUeaa press of Call yb:.taM Miller's aandldaoy isf.wbs Halted States Senate came NX'"II was dlasovered, all at ||sa > ial|UstsMtt Scan was lying aod tbs "God waa personally Intimate with men* hers of Republican County Com mittees throughout the State got inklings that Miller's shekels were being liberally disbursed, and were tbe real animus of tbe campaign, but tbe Immaculate organs of tbe impeccable party breathed only a pare and disinterested enthusiasm, which transformed Miller from a really Insignificant man, of whom nobody bad aver beard, except front bis connection with tbs Alaska "steal," into both a mili tary and civle deml-god. All this gush failed to shut ths eyes of our own people, while tbe following, from tbe New York Sun, shows that the transaction is very well understood in the East: Tbe Central Paolflo sent Geo, Miller to tbe United States Senate. He is the eblef agent ln the distri bution of Federal patronage ln Cal ifornia. He Is said to bold Inti mate relations with Gsn. Garfield. Everything works smoothly. Sup pose all tbe corporation Senators should Join hands and recommend a sucoessor toTbeophllus Frenob, Auditor of Railroad Accounts. Would tbe President appoint tbeir candidate/ Tbe President nomi nated Stanley Matthews for a mush higher office. In the last number of Harper's magazine there Is an exhaustive article upon projected Mexican railways, predicting disaster ac tbe result of the febrile Interest Amer icans bave recently shown ln tbe premature carrying development of our sister Republic After giving aa account of a tremendous mileage of tbe Iron rail either under way or already partially laid down, In Mexico, Harper's states a fact which will surprise many of our readers, viz., tbat oo tbe oldest Mexican railway, that between the City of Mexioo and Vera Cruz, the frelgbt traffic has barely amounted to three car-loads a day. To em phasize bow insignificant tbis is, it Is only neoessary to recur to tbe fact, shown In a table lately pub lished in tbe Herald, under ths signature of Auditor Bmurr, of the Southern Parjinc, that the exports of tbe soil products of Los Angeles, by railwuy alone, amount to very nearly thirty Mr-load* a day, thus dwarfing, iv tounage at least, tbe movement of freight over tbe Mex ico and Vera Crut road to a mere fraotion. Iv addition, tbe writer in Harper's Magaziue adopts a view wbloh has been repeatedly enforced in tbe Herald, viz., that the Mexicans are a specially frugal people wbo consume very little of all that, in international com merce, is comprised under the titles, either of the necessities or luxuries of mankind. That a great and dis astrous panio is concealed under the flamboyant railway prospec tussss which are issued witb refer ence to Mexioo we do not in tbe. least doubt, auy more tban we did when, anticipating Harper's aed otber alarmist writers, the Herald sounded its notes of warning. The master hand whioh engi neered tbe Blame fainting episode io tbe vestibule of a Washington City Church, following immediate ly upon tbe Mulligan letters, is vis ible both ln the dispatches from tbe White House intended for Ameri oan circulation aud in those sent abroad. Iv the keen pleasure wbloh the whole Amerioan people feel that the Intent of ths assassin Guiteau was foiled, tbey oan con done a few tbeatrloal touches by the plumed knlgbt of Maine wbloh were calculated, and doubtless were intended, to work their feelings up to the fever beat, aod decide the Albany ooutest in favor of the Half-Breeds. On tbe afternoon of tbe Oth.a correspondent of the press was admitted to see the President, and here Is the result, as seat by telegraph: There waa tbe President, lying in fall view, In a room aoroes the ball. Beth doors were open and bis bsd in susb a position as to present a side view. President Garfield lay I fiat ou bis bask aud perfeotly mo tionless. His rlgbt arm was tbrown across the pillow above bis head and tbe left arm was stretched to its full length away from the shoulder on tbe otber side, upon the white oountorpaue. He lay low Id tbe bed, there being ouly a small pillow, Into which his head was deeply sunk. It did not seem possible from bis appearaucs tbat be bad paaesd through tbe crisis of tbs last six days. Tnere was not a pallid ncr a haggard look on bis face. The flush upon bie obeek was almost as marked as when be was last seen ln full health. The oaly tbing noticeable was a kind of wearied expression, as tbougb he was tired of lying ln bed so long aud was anxious to be up. It has already been aseertatnad that tbe President was not shot In tbe arm, and tbat that bullet from Qulteau's toy pistol only penetrat ed the sleeve of bis coat, fall ing therefrom when tbe garment was taken off of him, not having even bruised the aki:,. If the otber wound shall also prove to bave been trivial, as now Beams proba ble, tbere will be a general senti ment of indignation at an inde fensible playing upon the sensibil ities of tbe people. This thing of building railways ad libitum Is not only overdone with regard to Mexico, but tbe ex treme southwestern seotion of the United States is likely to suffer ul timately from a rabias of rail con struction. Harry Meiggs grid- Ironed Peru with railways, witb most disastrous results in the end. Conceding tbe foot tbat the South era Peelflo, tbe Texas Pacific, tba Atchleeso, Topeka aad Santa Fa Paolflo Coast, with the Central and Union Paclflo already ln operation, and the Northern Paolflo also ad* vanoing with giant strides, where, In tbe name of all the Gods atonoe, la tbe business to come from wbiob will even pay for the axle grease of tbe locomotives of all these multitudinous railways? If existing roads, as assertsd, have disregarded tbe rights of the peo ple, and pursued a grasping polley, oertalnly tbey have themselves brought about an ample Nemesis. Tbe truth Is that all these roads, whloh anticipate the real needs of tbe country at least ten years, are being built purely and simply for the profits of construction. Small hesd bas been taken of tbe trans portation needs of the country. Boston and New York capitalists who, tbree years ago, would not have put a dollar into the most le gitimate railway enterprise, with a certainty of dividends iv tbe near perspective, have now simply run wild, and we are living in an era in which Oeorge Law, with bis South Sea bubbles, woald bave taken a keen delight. Every breath of tbe financial air we breathe to-day is ladened with ex halations tbat amell rankiy of George Law, Sir Morton Peto and Pereire. Tbe financial reokoning may be postponed, but it is inevit able. Tbe probability Is tbat, be fore tbe coming Fall has run Its oeurse, ths first faint intimations of the re-action will be discerned by sagaoious business men, and even tbe next winter may see the eraah. However long this cer tainty of tbe near future may be postponed, it bsbooves Intelligent people to be oo tbeir guard. On tbe prinoipls tbat it is an ill-wind that blows nobody any good, it may be tbat tbe next panic in the East, like that of 1873, will be fraught with exceptional prosper ity to California. Our people can witness with great equanimity the spectacle of Innumerable transcon tinental railways converging on our State, certain tbat, the roads onoe having been built, somebody will have to run them, knowing, also, that the roads themselves are pregnant with tbe development of our mineral and sectional re sources, unless tbey become so nu merous aa to paralyze eaoh other. In any event, this E jet em extravagance Is water on our wheel for the present. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. (.Special to the Haaau> by the Wet tern Union Telegraph Company. | PACIFIC COAST. STOCK. JRHSf»Ox* r r. 4AN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EX CHANUE BOARD. MOKMI.NG SKHBION Saw Fbakciboo. July 11. ISO Ophlr, 6 MO J sestet, 4 38, 4.80, 770 M«ll«-«n,8K,8H «•» t%,&A 315 Belcher, 2.66, 2.70 !»8 a c, 4.40, 4.86 400 S Nevada, n%, 1630 Con Va, 1.75,180, Si 1.78 230 Utah, ti, 5., 260 Chollar, 2.01, 2 160 Kxobequer. 1.08 Tta Savage, 2.60 ♦ 780 Overman, 1,85, M848,H4,8H, I 1.80 8« 885 Union, 9 lUO uam, 750 854 765 Potosl, 2.1.1, 2.20, 260 Occidental, 1.20 2.16 670 Andes, 1.30,1.36 246 H«N, 8 25. 820 250 Scorpion, 1.05. 1 800 Point, 2 05, 2 120 Alta, 8%, 8.66 OPEN BOARD-4.30 p. 64. Albion, 3.65 b, 3.70 a; Oro.OOea; Opblr, ty, s; Crown Point, 2a; Andes, 1.26 a; Oon Virginia, 1.665; Bullion. 800 b, Ms a; Alta, 8.60 a: Mexioan.OH b, e%a; Qoala A Curry. 4 15 s; Belober, 2 70 b; Overman, Wt b; Jacket,4.lo l>. 4.16 a; Sierra Neva da, BKb, 81t a; Best A Beloner, 85<s; Union, 9s; Savage, SM b; Benton, Bio b, 80 a; Alpha. 2V, b; Utah, 6b; Holmes, 1.05 a; Con Virginia, 1.85 b; Hale A Nor eroas, 316 b, 8.20 a; Caliiornla, 700 b; N Belle. 18 b. Eastern Libs Worsting; Badly, San Francisco, July 11th.—No Eastern to-night; wires working badly. FRESNO, Cal., July 11 —Tbe fol lowing Is tbe list of passengers for tbe South and East on tbe train wbleb passed this plsoe at 6 P. M : Mrs 0 E Jenkins, Colton; O T Ross, Paotano; CS Sohell, Los An geies; R W C Wilson, do; Q Mc- Clane, do; D W Lane, Dealing; J W Lively, do; Wm Lively, do; Fred Dohl, do. EASTERN. Akaae aaiitui, Wasbinoiton, July 11th.—The White House messenger, Smith, saw Gultteen prowling about tbe White House grounds tbs night before tbe sbootlog. Tbere Is c mysterious womsu in blaok who •omes abuut tbe jail talking with tbe authorities and olalming to have some papers whiob may be important in the oase. She is un derstood to think another man from' New York, alleging blmself to be a lawyer, is conneotsd with the crime. She is said to be Mrs. Charlotte Smith, who writes for Demooratlo newspapers. ■ ■usual ia Minister Lowell. Executive Mansion, July 11.— Tbe following was sent this morn ing: "Washington, July lltb. To Lowell, JHiniiter at London; At tbe beginning of tbe tenth day ainoe he was wounded, tbe symptoms of the President are all hopeful and favorable. Suppura tion goes on with no higher pulse or temperature than should be ex peoted. His milk diet of a pint and a half per day is relished and digested, his physical strength keeps up wonderfully and bis mind Is sotirely olear and aotlve without showing sxoltemsnt. His physi cians do not count bio beyond dan ger, bat tbe general oonfldenoe ia bis recovery is strengthened every hour. Blaikb, Beo'y." sseilcsewe te* aeSMttesr. ALBAirr, July 11.—The ballet la ham 60, Potter 48, Fish 1, Cornell 1. STssessary to a oboioe, 70. Ballet for tbe long term: Kernan 48, Miller 61, Wheeler 18, Adams 2, Everts 1, Chapman 2, Rogers 8, Starln 1, Fish 2. Necessary to a obolae, 78. a..iarr frees Traces a. a-saaa Appeal, aaa f.r ■eaesac. St. Louis, July 11th.—Parties juat arrived here from Chihuahua, Mexico, aay that papers were found In the road near the place wbere Thomas Pugh wat captured by Io • dlans when tbsy attacked the stage some 40 miles below El Paso, several days ago. Ooe paper bore these words, written by Mr. Pugh under the prominent deadline, "Take Notloe:" "The Under of this is entitled to $100 on deliver ing it to Mormon <fc Co., Chihua hua. lam a prisoner among tbe Indians. Do wbat you can for me." Tbe paper ia dated 8 o'clock In tbe morning. It le thought that If Mr. Pugh is in tbe hands ofVietorlo's Indians tbat he Is being beld as a hostage or for ezobange for several Indians now in tbe bands of tbe Mexican authoritiesV Chihuahua. It is. further thought tbat the Mexioaus would exobange some Indian children tbey hold for Mr. Pugb, but it is doubtful whether they would give up adult pris oners. A Lawyer's Little Bill. i Wbeu Madame Reatell, the noted New York abortionist, oommltted eulolde to escape the penalty of ber crimes, she left property valued at $760,000. Lawyer Stewart was en gaged by her heirs to settle tbe es tate. Stewart read tbe will before the heirs, und, as tbere was some dissatisfaction expressed by some of tbem as to the terms of tbe will, he gave tbem some advice. He also disbursed $67,076 for necessary expense*. In August, 1879, he pre sented a bill for $18,760, or 2, per osnt. of tbe estimated value or the real estate. Tbe heirs refused to pay the bill, aud Stewart brought suit. Stewart stated tbat he con sidered bis servioes in reading tbe will and advising against a contest worth $10,000. It also appeared tbat some of bla charges were at tbe rate of $1200 per day. A well-known Boslonian, wbo Is acting as business manager for a prominent dramatic atar, tells an amusing anecdote te tbe efieot that 'during the season Juat cloalug tbe oompany played an engagement In tbat part of lue country wbere bowle-knivea and revolvers are an indispeusible feature In the make up of the regular inhabitants. He was alone lv the ticket office wben a burly specimen of humanity stepped up, aud showing a heavy rsvolver, inquired, "Is tbat good for an admlsslou?" "Certainly," replied tha manager, in his most urbane manner, and the man with the shooter passed in. The next day he called at the ticket office again, and laying a dollar bill on tbe window, said, "Tbat was a durned good show, Mister, and so here's yeur money. I never pay to see a show till I know whether it is a gooi one." — Boston Journal. An English pear and soma friends were returning from the races. In tbe adjoiuing compart ment were elgbt bookmakers wbo, cleaved out by successive failures, were traveling without tlokets, hoping by a turn of good luok to escape paymeut. At last one of them hit upon a brilliant Idea. Pulling his cap down over his eyes and buttoulug bis coat be weut to the carriage of the noble aud his friends, aud, assuming; an official air, colleoted ail tbeir tickets. These he distributed among hia friends, and on reaching London the noble lord narrowly escaped seeing himself aud bis friends taken into custody for attempting to defraud the railway company. It wtiooly by paying their fare a eeoond time that tbey escaped from tbe olutoheß of tbe railway servants. NEW TO-DAY. BOARD and BOOMS. 206 SPRING ST. Private Boardlag; Sunny Rooms, en suite or single, rurnlsbed witb all tbe comforts of an elegant private home; six minutes walk from tbe Postofaoe. ear Terms very reasonable. Jyl2-6m SJOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THS stockholders ol tbe Main sireet and Ag ricultural Park Railroad will be held at ao. 8 Commercial street on tne fourth onday of July, 1881, at 4 o'olook r. X , for the election of a Board of Dtreotoit and the transaction ol suoh other busi ness as may be brought before them. JOHNO. WHKELEK, Seo'y. Los Angeles, CaL, July 11th, 1881. J 14-td ICE! Opposition loe Co's Offloe-CORNBR TURNER and ALAMEDA STB., or Helnseman a Ellis', Mo. 72 Main Bt. av-Prloe, Se. PER POUND (a living and not a losing price). Contracts will be kept to the letter. JOHN P. SWEENEY, JlStf Agent Mountain Ice Companies. THE HERALD PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK notequaiedin South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se cure promptness and moder ate prioes. Give this office a call and secure work at San Frstadsco Prioes and of a Sat? WANTS- LOST—FOUND. Wanted. FIRST CLASS TRAVELING AGENTS. Oall Immediately at room 8, Allen Blook, corner Spring and Temple atresia. J6-8t Situation Wanted. By a competent girl, Juat from the Beat, to do general housework. Enquire atthe Kansas City. Hotel, opposite the new depot. JO 3t Housekeeper's Position Wanted. By an experlsnoed Woman, or the care of an invalid or children, or any position ol trust In a family. References ex changed. Call or address, one week, "Housekeeper," No. 5 First street, Los Angeles. JB-lw Wanted. A man who understands the care of trees, garden, horses and cow, on a plaoe inside the elty limits. Apply to MORFORD A BROWN. JyG Corner Spring and Temple Sts. Situation Wanted. By a young air ,to assist in general housework or chamber work. Apply cornel of HUi and Eighth sts. Jytlw FINE WHITE SEWING. ! aW-LADIES* UNDERWEAR AND-M soy-CHILDREN'S CLOTHES "«sa aw A SPECIALTY "Ssa BY MISS H. LAYNG, No. 30 POLYX ENIA BT., near Fourth. Jt-lw STRAYED OR STOLEN. From the Evergreen Cemetery, on tbe night of July 7th, A SORREL MARE, medium else, white face and white leet. A liberal reward will be paid for Its re turn to the Cemetery. Jw-gt 8100 REWARD. For Information leading to tbe convic tion of any person wilfully and mall olously placing any metal, wood or other substance In any stack to be threshed by our maohine. HOLMES A CO. July 2,1881. J6-lm FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE. A GOOD HORSE, SADDLE and BRI DLE. Horse will drive double. Must oe sold this week. Inquire at O. L. FISH ER'S boot and shoe store. J j 6-1 w FOR SALE. HOUSE AND LOT ON MAIN ST., be tween First and Second, 76x800 ft., front ing on Main and New Los Angeles streets, with all kinds of bearing fruit trees. There Is room enough to build a factory or theater on Main street, as it is ln the heart of the city, and private houses on New Los Angelas street. Jeao-lm K. OBhiENBAUM.. FOB BENT. A bouse of eight rooms, with all mod ern Improvements, on Temple, opposite Hill street; rent $80 per month. En quire at tbe Progress store, No. 120 Main sireet, or on tbe premises. Je2l-tf FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker Hill avenue, near Seoond street; con venient to Normal sohool aud free from du.t WM. D. STEPHENS, Je9 2m Boom 86, Temple Blook. TO LET. NEWLY FURNISHEDSunny Rooms, at NO.' S FIRST STREET, only a few steps from tbe Postoffloe. m2l-lm FOB SATiR SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; line location; splendid Investment. C. WHITE, my6-Sm Room 49 Temple Block. Tlr*-S=>.OAPITALIBTB. notice thlalll It«a»» SPLENDID INVESTMENT ln oity property Is offered; will net 15 per oent. Call on C. WHITE. Je26-n6m Room 49, Temple Block. FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one block from Postofflce. d3ltf FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF SO ACRES; two artesian wells; orohard and vtneyar lof 20 acres. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, Oounty Clerk's offlee. m2S-lw Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. SOT-SPACIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites, and Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modsrn conveniences. aas-THB TABLE supplied with the best th» market affords. foMtf MRS. M. H.KIMBALL. Prop. E. OHLKSEN-BAUGfi, From the Berlin conservatoire of Mualc, Ia prepared toGIVE LESSONSIn PIANO, SINGING, ETC. Mr. 0.-Bagge begs to state tbat he has stadled and pradioed hla proteaalon for many years ln Germany, America and Australia. ear- Residence, Kimball Mansion, Nsw High street. Jy7-lw J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES. Near corner of First and Fort streets. sua-Buggies, spring wagons and saddls horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day .......83.00 Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 2.60 Horse and buggy, per day.....—. 2.60 Half a day ~, „_ 1.60 SSrSATISFACTION GUARANTEED. s32tf NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. Lob Angeles County Bank. At a meeting of the Board ot Directors of Los Angeles Oounty Bank hell on Tuesday, July 6th, 1881, dividend (No. 11) ot twelve per cent, on the oapltal stock for tbe six montbs from January Ist lo July Ist, IBal, was declared, payable July lOtb.lBBl. H. L. MA.ONIBL, JT-im Cashier. • For Santa Catalina. THE SCHOONER ROSITA Will take parties to Catalina Island for bathing. Parties oan come direct to Ban Pedro ln their own conveyance and their teams can be cared for ln my pas tare. : Campers son at bring their own provis ions and camping equipments. PASSAGE, round trip. — #4 Children half price. Balls from Ban Pedro Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays; returns oa alter nate days. For panloulars wrltcto NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. STATEMBWT or thb ASSETS AND LIABILITIES LOS ANIELEB COUNTY BANK, July 1, 1881. ASSETS. Oaau on band 146.817 89 Deposited In othar banks 68.188 10 safe and furniture 1 000 00 Loan* 266 98 68 ) Real estate 116,488 95 64t»057 87 LIABILITIES. Due depositors ..._„...........* 168 064 88 Oapltalstoek .. „ lOO.OuO 00 ' Reserve fund „. 264,188 08 Expenses aoorued ___ _ 600 oo Dividend! unoalled f0r........... .. 466 00 . colleatlon aooount. 830 60 Rent and tax account current 1,865 *6 Net undivided profits for past six months.....— 16,618 46 8488.057 87 The real estate to the am ountof $1865.87 Is situated ln San Bernardino oounty; the remainder la Los Angeles oounty, as are the other assets, ezeept as appears above. Tbe evldenoes of the assets of the oank are lv the bank's vault and are lor the major part also ou reoord In Han dernardlnoand Los angeies eountles. STATE Or CALIFORNIA, I Oounty of Los Angeles. J J. S. Slauson, President, and H. L. Mao nell, Oaahlar, of Los Angeles County Bank, being severally duly sworn.eaoh for himself, says the foregoing statement Is true to the best of his knowledge and belle). Signed: J. B SLAUSON. H. L. MAONEIL. Sworn and subsorlbed to beforo me j this 7th day of July, 1881. ' Signed: O. A. DOBINSON, Notary Publio In and tor aald oounty of Los Angeles, state of California. OVTHX — ACTUAL PAID-UP CAPITAL Los Angeles County Bank, July last, 1881. The actual paid-up coital is, in gold .V. $100,000 00 STATE OF CALIFORNIA. I„ Oounty of Los Angeles. i"° J. S. Slauaon, President, and H. L. Macnsil, Cashier of Los Angeles Coun'y Bank, being aeverally duly aworn, eaoh lor himself, says that tbe foregoing statement la true to the beat of his knowl edge and belief. Signed: J. S. SLAUSON. H. L. MAONEIL. Subsorlbed and aworn to before me, thla 7th day of July, 1881. Signed: o. A. DOBINSON. Notary Publio In and for aald oonnty of Loa Angelea, State of California. JyB-lm THE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES CAPITAL, paid up in gold $800,000.00 Isalas W. Hellman, President, and John Mllner, Secretary, of the above* named Bank,being aeverally aworn, eaoh for blmself, says that the above amount of capital paid up Is correct. Signed. ISA lAS W- HELLMAN, President. Signed: JOHN MILNER, Secretary. S jbaorlbed and aworn to before me, this 6th day ot July, 1881. Signed: Q. A. DOBINSON, Notary Public in and for Loa Angeles > county, state of Caliiornla. STATSM EISrT OF THB CONDITION OF THE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES, At the close of business, THURSDAY, JUNE 80th, 1881. ASSETS. Oash on hand $213,021 23 Osshwlth banksand bankers 811,928 61 Casta on oall loans... 126,000 00 Total oaah $64*,M7 84 Bonds, U. S. four per cent and other bonds 184,01$ M Loans and dlaoounts. 867,108 12 Bank building. 10,600 00 Two bank vaults,office furniture and flz tuies 7.600 00 Real estate 60.688 26 81.814 006 86 LIABILITIES. Oapltal, paid up ln gold „. $206,000 Reserve fund ..._sioo 000 Surplus fund..... 160.280 860,2*0 Total .1,,,,, , $160,280 00 Due depositors - 764,111 88 Dividends uncalled f0r....—. 1476 00 Undivided profits X. » 21,687 80 $1 nT,M6bt Isalas w. Hellman, President, and John Mlluer, Secretary of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Loa Angelea, being aeverally aworn, eaoh for himself, aay that the foregoing al ate meat la true and oorrect, to the best of thslr knowl edge and belief. Signed: IBAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. Signed: JOHN MILNER. Secretary. Subsorlbed and aworn to before me, this etn day of July, 1881. Signed: Q. A. DOBINSON, Notary Publio ln and for Los Augeles county. State of California. J7-lm ; Assignee's Notice of Bale ■ L. VV. KIRBY VS. HIS CREDITORS. By virtue of an order of sale made by the Superior Court of'the cuunty of Loa Angelea, State of Callfornla.ln the above entitled oauae, dated 81st dsy of May, 1881, whereby I am commanded to sell certain property of L. W. Klrby, the above named Insolvent, notloe is hereby given that on the BOTH DAT OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clook v of said day, at the west* crn door of the Court House, Spring street, oity and oounty of Los Anteles 1 will sell at publio auction, to tha highest , bidder tor cash, the right, title and in ' tercet of the said Insolvent, L. W. Klrby, ln and to tbe following described prop erty: That certain lot of land situate ln the ' town of Anaheim, county of Loa Angelas, state or cal forma, more particularly de scribed as town lot (No. 64) number 61 or i the town of Anaheim, as per map or th c town of Anaheim on file ln the oonnty records or Los Angeles coun'y, In the He oorder's offloe of said county, at tbe otty and oounty ot Los Angeles. Cal. Dated Bth day of Ju.y. 1881. M. MBYBERQ, Assignee of said Insolvent estate. H. M. MITCHELL, JBtd Attorney for Assignee. : JTJtSX RBOJxQZVJEiD, Direct from England, a splendid asaort • mens of Rogers sa Boas' TABLE AMD POCKET CUTLERY. Also for sale, LAWYBR9. HENRY M. KM ITU. T. B.BKOWN. A. W. HUTTON. Dlst. Atty. SMITH, BEOWN & HUTTON , Atrornoyn at Law. Offloe-ROOMa Nob. 01 and 03. TEM PLE BLOOK. star U-U J. Brousseau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOS. SO AND 87. BAKER BLOCK mhStf U. H. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR , AT LAW. ' Offloe—ROOMS TS AND 77, TEMPLE , BLOOK. mhxlf 1 JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES. Uraves & Chapman, , Attorneys <Sc Counsel- ' lore) at Ln w, Boom No. 6, Baker Block. rollt | J.G. EASTMAN, a. ,i , KING, ' S. HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS. Eastman, Haley, King & Robarts. Attorneys ctt Law. OFFICE—Nos. J. 1,6 and t. BTRELITZ , BLOCK, Spring street, Los Angeles. Will practice ln tbe Supreme and all State Courts. Particular attention paid to land and mining oases. 01-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms . and! Duaommun'B Blook. oorner Mu»n i Oommerelal atreets, Los ■> - -eles. mayT-U BUSINESS CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND COMVEYAHCEBB, . Rooms 18 and 11, MoDonald Blook, Main St,, LOS ANGELES, Cal. septetf PHINEAB BANNING, t-ORWARDING AND COMMISSIO WILMINGTON, Los Aageles oounty. CaL Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. ooTtr H. NEWMARK & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer ln Wool, Grain, Hides. 11, 18 Al5 LOS ANWELEB T. 3eBtf. C. E. BROWN. W. E. MOBFORD. MORFORD & BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR SALE. —also, — . Commission Merchants. Dealers ln Wool, Grain and Live Stock Corner Spring and Temple Streets, au3-am Los Angeles, Cel. HOTELB. THE PICO HOUSE Is Now Open a for the reception of guests. All are Invited. FREE CARRIAGES to the house. GRISWOLD m MARSH, nS-lm Proprietors. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, FIRST-CLASS. THE FINEST HOTEL aJSTVISOIIfRIW" CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL A DECKER Prop's. Tbla la the only reliably first class hotel, Is situated in tbe oenter of the oity of Los Angelea, eontalna nearly a hundred spacious aud airy rooms, newly furnished ln the moat comfortable style. Rooms lv suites for families and parties on every floor, with hot and oold baths. THE TABLE will always be turnlahed with tbe beat supplies that oan be pro cured ln the market, A FREE OOAOK Is always ou hand tc , carry guests to the house. No pains spared to make guests com . fortaole in every way. A LARGE READING ROOM open night and day. HENRY HAMMEL, myHtf A. H. DENKER. PACIFIC HOTEL, • E, H. BOYD PROPRIETOR i _ Passenger Eating Station. ear All trains stop for meals. Parlor ' sitting room lor ladles aad gentlemen ' awaiting trains. PUT UP FOR PASSENGERS. JyB-8m THE COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT V. DOL, PROP'R, j Downey Blook, Main St. Receives alive aad serves up every day the choicest FISH, including SOLE, ' TORBOT and SEA TROUT. MR. DOL la ths exclusive consignee of the celebrated FROM AGE DE BBIE, which can only be bad at this restaurant SPRING CHICKENS, Just in from the ranohes, cooked In every stylo. Thla Rcataarant is Los Angeles's DeI ,SSgBSSxSB[^9B3e9^tBB33S POISON OAK. MISCTHTjLAWISOTTB. PONY SALOON, ><>. iae main htbedt. Carl 11. F. Sohweunj [Better known v DonCarloa.J •arWINES, LIQUORS, ALB, BEER tNB CIOARi ot tbo belt quality to be lound la tbe market always on band. A cordial Invitation la extended to bla >ld frlendi and the public to give him a ■Ml, trnTßagalmlle Table for PaHlmxt. atttf LAND FOR SALE. *U0 AO BBS OF IRRIGABLE LAND, Moat beautifully located, IM mllssrrom thepiaaa: One view; magnlfleentaoll for VINES OR TREKS. No Waste land; southerly exposure; two never-falling springs of water on the tract. IRRIOABLE From city ditches or Los Angelea Oity Water Go's malns.whtoh are laid up te It. Price, tao.OOO; one-half oash, balance on time. Apply to U.M.JOHNSTON, my 10-lm East Lea Angeles. DIVIDEND NOTICE. Semi-annual dividend No. 68 of fifteen (16) percent, par annnm on the oapltal stock of ths FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LO, ANGELES Haa been deslared by tbe Board of Trus tees, payable on or after the 11th in stant. JOHN MIL WEB, neerotary. Los Angeles. July Bth, 1681. JIO-lw THOMAS FAR R ALL, Late of San Franolsoo, baa opened a Urst-olaaa Merchant Tallorlna; BeTABLIBHMBNT, AT IST MAIN STREET, Loa ABgeif a He v a prastleal sailor and cutter of 16 years years experience. He has oat la he best uouasa Bast and ln San freaels o. Bla terms are very reasonable. ear-Call and ace bim. apltM T. LYONS lapreparted to do carting, grading and filling on reasonable terms; a lso, cleaning and hauling of all kinds of garbage, orders to be left at Onsese brougb A Dreyer's cigar store. Spring street. JylO-Iv NORTH AMERICAN- REVIEW IaSI. 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