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FRIDAY JULY 15. 1881.
Herald Steam Printing House. The facilities or tbe Hbraui steam j» Printing House for doing Job work are not , surpassed in California outside of San i Frauclaoo and Sacramento. All work en . trusted to us will be executed witb neat - Seas and dispatch at the lowest living .: rate*. asratiiAi. isnin. . Hereaner notices of companies, socle - tree, eburahes, eto., will only be inserted , In tbe Esulu as paid advertisements. ; We reserve, lor Places of Worship, a grat - Is directory, whloh will appear every - ees ilal morning. aaaWAWasaßsa»xs-Msaam^M^musß»»»»»»am. f' Mavd 8, is making wonderful Mme. Hsr recent performance at , Pittsburgh of 2:101'» bringing very ™ Sear the era when trotting and tunning time will meet, if that be jtj possible. There is no nation in tbe world t» whiob. a man who yields to the '4 Impulse of an assassin is not brand ed as a Pariah and wild beast. And yet, from some iosorutable cause, the) hateful breed bas flourished Tsry ranklyin our boasted Nine teentbeentury. There Is food for v the optimist and tbe political econ eaajst in tbis discouraging fact;. That "normal consistency and Owler" business, referred to else- puts the finishing touch apon a disgusting experience. If ' thla style of thing keeps up much ].' laager, erery American,especially tn view of its harmless character, » Will wish that Gulteau's pistol bad been directed at him, if by that he " eeald avoid an avalanche of pru rleney. Better that than be tele grapbed to death with Intolerable valetudinary incidents. Ths telegrams given concerning the President's condition, pub llshed elsewhere, are becoming ab ssH-btngiy interesting. Were we to ••asment upon facts whiob White '■sMase toadies unblusbingly tele • (Era*' l broadcast over the country, ens ahoaid lay ourselves open to tbe i oharge of Indecency. Well, tbere Js some consolation In knowing that we sball not suffer muoh ' laager from this prurient dispense .tion, aa Gen. Garfield's return to health Is rapid and assured. The New York Assembly bas taken the bull by the horns and has woted to adjourn to-morrow, elec • Uon or no election. As Conkling still holds his thirty-two votes it is tolerably apparent tba: tbe cam paign of sympathetic gush whiob has been inaugurated against him is aot a success. The laws of tbe United States expressly stipulate that, whan a Legislative Joint Convention bas assembled to elect • Senator in Congress, it must-take at least one ballot every day, a quorum being present. Thus tbere remains only to-day and to-mor row to eleot Republican Senators from New York, aa tbe adjourn ment of the Assembly at once ends the quorum. Tbe proceedings at Alfeaby will bs watched with keen interest all over tbe United States tor the next thirty-six hours. It is still possible tbat Conkling and a Half Rreed Senator may be tbe re sult, bot it is not at all probable. IT is fortunate for tbe niiscre- Ht Guiteau tbat he ia not liv lauj in the high wrought excite ment following; the war. When the lanatle John Wilkee Booth s>Mfek down the patriot Lincoln the authorities at Washington com pletely leet tbeir heads. * Regard fear law and-republioan precedent was threst aside In a moat brutal w*y, and tbe mnrder of Mrs. Bur ratt will forever stand out as the meat atrocious ioeldent in our ju eUelal or pieudo judicial anuals Of the prominent persons concerned ln this frightful Immolation, An drew Johnson, wbo was an unwill ing acoeaeory, lived to see himself impeached by the party which had •lasted him. Preston King, who prevented tbe daughter of Mrs. Barrett from seeing; the President •nd interceding for ber mother, jumped from a ferry boat on tbe North Klver, finding a watery grave. Mr. Stanton, it is very well understood ln tbe Inner circles o WsshiDgtoD, out bis throat on tbe very day he was appointed a Judge •f tbe Supreme Court of the United States. It Is all very well to at tempt to browbeat people out of a repetition of this fast about Stan gam's end, bnt It Is tbe truth and accepted as suoh In tbe best in termed circles at the oapltal. As So Holt end Bingham, both bave tUseppeared from publio life, the tatter having lived to be denounced hy Ben Butler, on tbe floor of tbe House ef Representatives, as the SMorderer of Mrs. Snrratt. Or all aha parties concerned, Johnson was i the only Innooent participant, bay tag been kept dead diunk, or al traditions lie, in order to proven his granting Mrs. Snrratt a re grieve. Thus, however laments hie It Is to see the specter of» sMaM-be assassin again darkening ewr political horison, thsre is a assktt some oonaelaUeb in knowing again to be the medium of murder and political rengeance. The wretch Guiteau will receive pre cisely the same treatment a* though be had made A murderous assault on the Marshal of the Dis trict of Columbia or one of bis dep uties, or on an ordinary citizen. To tbat extent tbe present inci dent contrasts, ln its surround ings, in a gratifying way with the really melancholy aud lamentable tragedy wbloh lost Linooln to bis oountry. We have oertaiuly made a memorable advance at Washing ton in respect for the law of the land. One of tbe supremely absurd things attendant upon tbe late at tempt to assassinate Prealdent Gar field is tbe hullabaloo made about It In Bui-ope. It bas been sought, through Gulteau's infamoua at tack upon the life of the flrsi olt isen ef the Amerioaa Republic, to depress Amerioan securities upou the exchanges and bourses of Eu rope. Nothing would so iatoxloate the kingly and imperial rulers ef tbe old world as to see tbe Presidents ef tbe Republlo of tbe United States aping their own airs, making tbs national government to tarn upea their ewa personality. It was pre cisely ln order to combat aay such offensive and un-Republisan pre tensions that the Natleaal Con vention which formalated the Cos stitutloa of 1787 forbade tbe Presi dent to be addressed by any title. That genuinely Bspubllsan bady net only left toadylstio etiquette helpless in thsae States, bat mads It compulsory to address the first oltissn of tire Rspublio simply as "Mr. President." Various at tempts to lnvsst tbe President or Vise-President with aay special at tributes were frowned down indig nantly by tbe Fathers of the Re public; and treason, as applied to the Chief Magistrate, is unknown te our laws, Not only that, but ia devising penalties for waging er levying war against tbe United States or aiding aud abetting these who do so, by an American citison, were hedged around, by tbe framers of tbe Constitution, with exemplary care. While tbe pen alty of treason was adjudged to the traitors themselves, tbe Constitu tion expressly provided tbat ao at tainder for treason should work corruption ef bleod or forfeiture of property except during tbe life ef the traitor. The silly fools who, in Europe, bave parted witb their American securities, at a low prioe, simply beoause an attempt was made to murder a President of the United States, if they are Eag lisb, now repent ih pounds, shil lings and pence, if not in saek oleth and ashes, tbeir . total ignoranoe of the democratic republican features of our political system. Those news papers, both of tbis country aud Europe, which have aided to disseminate this slavish and un rspublioan idea, are responsible for these losses to European in vestors. As to tbis country itself, little was lost, beoause the "bulk of our people bave lnstinotlve appre ciation wholesome soepe of Amerioan institutions. While the President is invested with very grave and responsible exeeutlye funstlons, there attaebes to him net an iota of the right dlviae of kings. His psrsonality plays ab solutely no part in our polltisal system. Presidents may come and go, either ln the course of nature er by tbe un-American and exetle method of assassination, aad yet the Republic ef tbe United States still remains In fall ana unimpair ed vigor, deriving all its powers from tbe people, aud witb tbe stamp ef an eternal youth, barn ef re spect for tbe rights of the humblest eltlsen, upon its brew. There is in this country no proclamation of "Tbe King is dead, live the Eiag." The collective sovereignty of the people never dies; aad, while the eelßsbnsss or ths Republican par ty bas momentarily obstructed tbe channels of the Prssideatlal suc cession, owing to the nen-eleotion of a President pro tempore of the Senate, fortaaately the Vice Presi dent is in robust health, and even tbat fact is made immaterial by tbe robast condition of President liar field, whose wound, Irom a toy pis tol, bas lsfl him still tbe dispenser of Presidential patronage, a tower ef strsngth to bis friends and a menace to bis enemies. The Re public, with its genuine republic an inspirations, still lives, thank God, beoause tbe Amerioan people never die. Whatever temporary damage may have been visited upon Amerioan seeuritiea abroad will be quickly repaired, as far as respects tbe United SUtes, but amongst the panicky individuals whs parted with their debentures, there will be weeping and walling aad gnashing of tseth. They were feeled to tbe top of their bent by a toedylstle and un-Aineriaao olamor. The report of tbe Minister of Fi nance gives the following details respecting the applications for tbe recent French loan: The total num ber of individual subscribers was 315,445, viz., 88,948 In Paris, 228, --147 in tbe provinces and Algeria, and 850 lo London. The Paris sub scribers asked for 808,778,135 franos, tbe provincial and Algerian for 106.046,635 francs, and the 350 Xogiish for 52,013,600 franos. Thus 850 persons In London applied for half as much as as tbe 3)16,000 prov loelals of France asked for, snd tbe Parts applicants, one-third lo number of tbe provincials, asked LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. .Bpetoel to tits HmuD by the Western , £ Union Telegraph Company. 1 PACIFIC COAST. STOCK BBPORTi SAN PRANOIBOO STOOK AND KX CHANGE BOARD. MOBNINO SESSION. San Fkahcisco. July 14. SO Ophlr, 6M 20 Alpha, i6O 400 Itexloan ,7 M Utab. By., e»/, »!0 Q A 0.4.70.4.76 'IM to.xoheg.uer. I.la, 670 Uala, 760. 80 1.10 625 Savage, 2 00,288 650 Overman, 1,16, 80 Con Va, 1.90 1.30 10 Chollar.2.lo 60 Union. tt>» 100 P0t051,2.3.86 16i Alta, 4 10, 4.16 60 HAN, 890 60 Oooldenlal, 1.20 880 Point, 3.15 76 Andes,l.3s, 1.13 320 Jaoket, 4 40 165 Scorpion, 1.15, ISO Kent'nok, V>i 1.10 880 8e1cher.2.85,3.90 150 Benton, 1.06 3.85, 3.90 80 Q Gate, 2.76 120 8 Nevada,B%, 8 80 Curtis, 1,60,1.80 ______ OPEN BOARD-4.80 P. at. Beloher. 8.30 b: Benton, 1.05 bj Gould A Curry, 4.86 b, 4.80 a; Overman, 1.85 b; Al bion, 8.60 a; ophlr, 6S a; Julia, 3Se b, 40 a; Potosl, s.si b; Noonday, 660 b, 60 a; ohollar, 2 30 s; Oon Virginia, 2.10 a; Bier ra Nevada, 9H a; Union, lOX a; Mexl oan,Ba: Jaokbt, 4.80 s; Alta, 4.80 a; Al pha, 265 a; Justice, 1 b, 1.06 a; Hale A Nnroross, :140s; Crown Poinl,2 S) a; Con fidence, BKb; Utah. T4 s; Bechtel, 1 60 b, 1.66 a; Scorpion, 1.16 b; Caliiornla, 80c b, 85a; Silver King.aoJi b; Mono. 3b; B .i --lion. 80a hi Exchequer, 1% b, 1.80 a; Day, 1 85 a; Savage, a.oib, i.lO a; Beat A Beloh er, iOK b. Passeaaera SJaain nma Sees. FRESNO, Cal., July 14 —The fol lowing is the list of passengers for the South and East on the train which passed this place at 6 P. M : Two Sisters or Charity, Los Ange lee; Tbeo Wagner, Albuquerque; Frankle Daley, Arizona; John A Steinberger, San Franelseo, Felix Coblentz, Denver; Harry Mans field, do; Dr S Amerioan, San Ber nardino; Louis Altman, Deming; E D Edleon, Oakland; 0 C L Hote, Ban Franolsoo; A Kaiser, Los An geies; B F Raymond, Tucson; F A Raymond, do; lit W Gray, Tucson; 8 Butcher, Bakerefleld; MTD<ir rell, Los Angeles; F A Glenvllle, New Mexioo; B T Ward, Casa Grande; C P Bailey, San Jose; J G Kaufman, Los Angeles. at nasi rranei.ee. San Francisco, July 14th.—The Frenoh and Swiss oelebrated tbe dsy in elaborate style. Tbey had literary exercises, a procession in the afternoon and at 9 o'olook to night a torchlight parade of about 1000 torches. The fireworks were profuse. Many buildings were beautifully decorated. The carisuu ciaae ste-ogtaaea. San Jose, July 14th.—Io the Carlton case to-day Judge Balden sustained tbe objection to tbe In troduction of testimony in rebuttal by the prosecution. Del mas then moved for a re-opening of the oase for the State. He spoke for four hours and tbe Judge granted tbe motion. All tbe witnesses exam ined at the former trials will now probably be examined. The case will occupy four or five days. r»Snl Ballreaa Iteinnl. Walla Walla, July 7th.—A train was ditched near Wait.sburg thls eveniDg. Dr. Soutbarland was killed, Hartman had both legs broken, Wilson's jaw was broken aod hie legs sprained, and another man waa hurt. Nine cars were ditched by running on to a bull lv tbe dark. EASTERN. vtuetai fin 11 el loa. Executive Mansion, July 14th, 4:80 P. if —Dr. Bliss reports tbat tbe President has bad a better and more oomfortable day tbau ha baa passed since be reoeived bis Injury. His pulse einoe morning bae ranged from 92 to 98 and Is now 94, with temp, rature normal. Up to tbis hour there has been no recur rence of the dally fever. Hia con dition oontiuuee iv every way en couraging aud satisfactory. Executive Mansion, 7 p. m.— The febrile rise this afternoon bas been lees pronounoed, and bas not caused the President so much dis oomfort. His general condition is good. Pulse 98, temperature 101, reeplration 28. [Signed.] J. J. Woodward, J. K. Barnes, Bobt. Betburn. Mure Hum nua Milk, Washington, July 14th.—The following telegram waa sent by tbe attending surgeons to tbe nonsuit ing surgeons this afternoon: . .Executive Mansion, July 14.— 1 p. n.—Dr. Frank Hamilton and Dr. Agnew: Tbe President has con tinued to progress favorably dur log tbe last 24 hours. Tbe febrile rise yeeterday afternoon waa again less than oa tbe previous day. He has taken since our last telegram 29 ounces of milk, with an ouuoe of rum, divided ln doses as hereto fore, besides a small slice of milk toast tbis morning and at noon to day a small sandwich of scraped raw beef, with two teaspoonfuls of Vlntlne's beef Juloe and au ounce' of Tokay wine of '63. The medica tion has consisted of a single hypo dermic injection of one quarter grain of sulphate of morphia given last nigbt and ten grains of bi-sul pbate of qulnea at 8 a. m. to day. We administered yeeterday at Op. m. an enema of soap and water, winch was promptly followed by aoopious movement of normal consistence anil color. At 7P. M. his pulse was 100, temperature 101 6, respiration 24 To-day at 8:30 A. H his pules was 90, temperature 99.8, respira tion 22. At Ipm: Pulee 94, tem perature 98.6, respiration 22. [Signed] J.K. JBaenss, D. vv. Bliss, J. J. Woodward, HoBBRT RBYBURN. Vtt* UIUUUI lv Brlglktuese Washington, Juiy 14th.—Tbere Is a marked change lo the soeae about the Executive Mansion tbis morning compared witb tba wbleb prevailed continuously slnoe tbe President was wounded. Brlgh aod cheerful expressions have taken tbe place of the sad an< mournful ones and the encourag log statements made by the attend ing physicians relative to tbe ulti mate reqovery of the President bave bad tba effect of relieving tbe terrible anxiety wbiob has been prevalent for nearly a fortnight. B>ne>liß* ler aeaetor. Albany, July l*tb.—Joint bal lot, abort term, total vote: Potter M, Lapham 70, Conkling S3, Wood ford It neceeeary to she lee, 79. , tor mejoes teres: Ifrgne. 2, Daniels 8, Wheeler IS, Pith 7, Evarts 2, Bliss 1, Starin 1; neoss sary to choice, 78. Adjourned. rearreu Mortality from Haas. CINCINNATI, July 14th.—The thermometer shows 91* at noon day, the coolest witbln the week. Eight cases of sunstroke were re ported up to noon, four of tbem fa tal. Fifty-six burial permits were issued, forty-two for deaths by beat. Money aad asoeae. New York, July 14 —Silver bars, 111; money easy at 2s@3s; Govern ments strong; Btooks olosed firm; W. V., 021; Quicksilver, 20; Pacific, SOt; Mariposa, 2; W. X , 121; N. Y. 0..H4J; Erie, 44; Pan ama, 260; U. P., 1291; bonds, 118; Central Paoifio, 99f; bonds, 115$; Sutro, 1J; Silver Nugget, 17U; Min eral Crees, 140. The Way Plate Glass is Made. I Pittsburg Telegraph.! To cxßt, roll, polish and burnish plate glass requires machinery of peculiar const ruction aud a "plant" tbat is costly by reason of Its com plex nature. The pouring of liquid glass from the furnace upon the oast iron plates, aud tbe subse quent rolling, are processes com paratively simple. Any house keeper wbo has used a rolling pin on a batch of pie orust dough per forms an operation very similar to this stage of plate glass making;. It Is the succeeding processes of grinding and polishing and final burnishing tbat require time and oostiy mechanism. After leaving tbe rolls and bed plate tbe glass-is rippled and rough and only Ut for gratings or skylights. Kauh plate must bs transferred to machines tbat resemble the turn-tables of a railway. On that revolving plat form tbe glass is cemented loto a bed of plaster of Paris aud the ma chine started, Bearing heavily on tbesurfaoeof the glass are blocks of metal, and while In motion the surfaces are kept supplied with sharp sand and a constants tream of waler. The next stage of tbe glass grinding process is tbe same as to machinery, but Instead of sand coarse emery Is used. Then finer emery is used in another revolving table, and so on for half a dozen times. Tbe Anal polishing is done by heavy reciprocating devices, fed witb rouge, and maintaining a constant back uud forward motion, and also lateral movement meut over the surface ol the crys tal. All this requires the assist ance of a large force of men, many of ilium skilled laborers. After! going through these different | grinding* ndd polishing the plate tbat measured an Inch in thick- DOSS is only three-quarters of as | inch thick, bas lost all Its rough ness, and Is ready for tbe show-1 window of the purchaser. A long legal contest at Tolland, Conn,, baß ended in tbe breaking of a will became tbe testator was a Spiritualist. Calvin Hall was for the twenty-three yeare preceding his death a Urtn believer in spirit ualism. He built two meeting bouses for congregations of tbat faith, and bis conduct was largely controlled, as he declared, by spir its, seme ol whom came to bim visibly and audibly, while others communicated through mediums. In other matters be was not pe culiar, and be did not rely on all tbe supernatural advine which be received, for he believed tbat many spiiits were liars and fools; but he followed the directions of several of these ghostly counsellors implicit ly, even in the making of his will. Tbe contestant proved these facts ln court, while tbe other side in troduced expert testimony to prove Hall's soundness of mind. Judge Martin's oharge was exceed, tngly cautious, and he did not dis cuss dirsotly the question whether Hall's religious views indicated an Impairment of intellect, but sim ply told tbe jurors they were to judge, from tne evidence, whether he was mentally capable of mak ing a will. The verdict deolaring tbe will invalid was agreed to without delay. The case of "D'lmeoourt ugt. Musurus Bey" came again before the First Civil Chamber of the Tribunal of Seine, In Paris, the otber day. It was in 1879 tbat Mile. Blanche d'lmeoourt, leaving ber mother's house, fled to Folke stone, and was tbere united in tbe bonds of matrimony to Musurus Bey, Tbe pair lived together In peace for a few weeks when the lady was lnduoed to return to France. Sbe is now Immured in a convent, awaiting the result of the trial; but. in tbe meantime tho un lucky husband Is debarred from all communication with his wife, be ing even ignorant as to whether sbe Is now a consenting party to the aotion brought by her mother, tbe Comtesse de Vassynbac il'lme court. It isstated that Mme. d'lme oourt has applied to the Pope, pointing out tbe clandestine char acter of tbe marriage, which took place without her oonsent, and begging that It may he annulled by tbe Church. It is Beld that Cardinal Manning, In England, and Cardlual Qulbert, in France, have hoen commissioned by his Holiness to Investlgste this deli cate question. At Cbemnltz, iv Saxdny, Prof. Cyriax, a celebrated German me dium, caused a leg of veal to be brought from bis family butcher's shop solely through bis power of willing. One morning as be was leaving bis bouse upon around of business calls his wife asked him to order tbe leg of veal ln question; but be forgot to do so. That even ing, during a seance over which he was presiding, tbe leg of veal flsshed across his mind. Forth with be caused himself to be oast Into a spiritual trance, and, as Soon as be felt thoroughly en rapport witb bis supernatural communi cants, he confided bis ordor to one of tbem with tbe deferential re quest tbat it be tben and tbere conveyed to tbe butcher. At tbat very moment tbe tradesman be came impressed with the convic tion tbat, come wbat might, It would be his Imperative duty to send a leg of veal to Prof. Cyriax's house the first thing next morning, aod be did so. Three Americana, Burnt, Hamil ton and Wilkes, oaught in Italy counterfeiting tbe paper money, are now galley slaves at Oaets, serving out a twenty years' sen* tence eaoh. According to Secretary Blame, tbere are more then 1,000,000 ap plications for offloe on file la tae various departments at Wacnlng- !■- _ new TO-DAY. LOST. A WORM OUT LEATHER POCKET BOOK, ooDtaimiif $2»-three 15 gold pleoee and Hln sliver. The finder will reeelve a liberal reward by leaving the line at 121 Fort street. jU-.t Situation Wanted. By a young air', to assist in general housework or chamber work. Enqulie at the Misters' Hospital. Jyeiw HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having been witb. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will con tinue business at their old place. Mrs. rjmlth Is prepared to do all kinds of hair work ln the best and latest styles. Re member the place, NO. 48 SPRING ST. maB-tf WAISTS—LOST —POUND. Housekeeper's Position Wanted. li? an experienced woman, or the care of an invalid or ohlldreu.or any position ol trust ln a family. References ex chanKed. Call or address, one week, "Housekeeper," No. 6 Flrat street, Los Angelea. J9-lw m<><> REWARD. For Information leading to tbe convio tion of any person wilfully and mali ciously placing.any metal, wood or other substance ln any stack to be threshed by our maoblno. HOLMES A CO. July 2,1881. JO-lm BOARD and ROOMS, aO6 SPRING ST. Private Boarding; Sunny Rooms, en suite or single, luruisbed with all the comforts of an elegant private home; six minutes walk from tbe Postoffioe. aw Terms very reasonable. Jyia-sm FOR SALE —FOR RENT. FOR SALE. HOUSE AND LOT ON MAIN ST.,be tween First and Seaond, 76x300 ft., front ing on Main and New Los Angeles streets,with all kinds of bearing fruit ireea. There Is room enough to build a faotory or theater on Main street, as it is ln the heart of tbe city, and private houses on New Los Angeles street. JeSO-Im E. GRtSENBAUM. FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker Rill avenue, near Second street; con venient to Normal school and free from dust. WM. D. STEPHENS, jeB-2m Room 86, Temple Block. TO LET. NEWLY FURNISHED Sunny Rooms, at NO. a FIRST STREET, only a few steps from the Postofflce. m2l-lm FOB SALE. SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; fine looation: splendid Investment. C. WHITE, 4 my6-8m Room 48 Temple Block. TJeSSaCAPITALISTS. notloe this!!! IJMsV* SPLENDID INVESTMENT in oity propertyis offered; will net 16 per cent. Call on C. WHITE, Je26nBm Room 4»,Temple Block. FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Kort and Franklin streets, one blook from PostoSce. . d3ltf FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF SO ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard and vineyard of 20 acres. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, Oounty Clerk's offlee m26-lw Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. aerSPACIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites, and Large single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. ass-THE TABLE supplied with the best th* market affords. fe2Jtf MRS. M. H. KIMBALL,Prop. For Santa Catalina. THE SCHOONER ROSITA Will take parties to Catalina Island for bathing. Parties oan come direct to San Pedro in their own conveyance and their teams oan be cared for ln my pasture. Campers must bring their own provis ions and oamplng equipments. PASSAGE, round trip A 4. , ? Children half price. Satis from San Pedro Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays; returns on alter nate days, For particulars write to ('APT. GEORGE EDEN, San Pedro, Wilmington P. 0., Cal. myBdAwBm Southern California Packing Company OP LOS ANGELES, Preservers of Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Honey,and Manuraoip- -s of Jams, tellies Marmalade*! a* Okies, Vinegar and St>UO* i. incorporated April 4,1881. CAPITAL STOCK toO.OOC A. H. JUDSON President. W. H. WORKMAN Vloo-Presldent. J. M. ELLIOTT ......Secretary. J. E. HOLLE N BECK Treasurer. DIRECTORS: W. H.Perry, W. T. Klttrldge, W. H. Workman, J. M. Elliott, A. H.Judson. Offloe and Factory: MACY AND ALISO STREETS, EAST SIDE OF RIVER. Tbla company Is now ready to oontract for fruits and vegetables for the present season - Tbe CANNING DEPARTMENT is un der tne superintendence of MR. J. J. GaVOOM, formerly connected with and Superintendent of tbe uolden Gate and Han Jose racking Companies, aud more recently superintendent of tho Santa Barbara Canuerv. Ths AI.DEN PROCESS will be started under tire supervision of E. GINOC UHiO, forten years Huperintendent of tbe Alden Factory at Jackson. Cal. JaaW Proprietor of the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Begs to Inform tbe public tbat he spreads a FINE LUNCH and keeps EXCEL LENT LIQUORS. He also gives a FINE MEAL for »Be. Tbs public are oordlally invited to give bim a icall. Jeatf J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner of First and Fort streets. aes-Buggles, spring wagons and saddle horses to hire. Doable team and boggy« dayMM Two bones aad spring wagon, a day. LAO aim and boggy, per day OUAAUJrnBD. j NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ST-VTIE-IM-H-ISrT ASSETS AND LIABILITIES LOS AN SELES COUNTY BANK, July l, ISSI. ASSETS. Cash on band 815.017 80 Deposited ln other banks W.IM li Safe and furniture 1.000 00 Loana 260.0.8 08 Real estate .™ 115,488 25 MS 057 87 LIABILITIES. Due depositors $166 064 88 Capital stock IOU.OuO 00 Ressrvs fund 204,128 08 Expenses accrued _ 600 uu Dividends unoalled f0r............. 4*6 00 collection account 830 60 Rent and tax account current.„ 1,805 85 Net undivided profits for past Blx montbs 16,818 48 8<88,1'57 87 The real estate to tbe amount of 81805.87 la situated in Sen Bernardino oounty; tbe remainder in la* Angeles county, as are the other assets, exoept as appears above. Tbe evidences ot tbe assets of the bank are ln the bank's vault and are for tbe major part also on record ln Ban Bernardino and Los Angeles counties, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 _ County of Los Angeles. J J. S. Slauson, Presldsnt, and H. L. Mao nell, Cashier, of Los Angeles Oounty Bank, being severally duly sworn.eaon for blmself, says the foregoing statement is true to the best of tils knowledge and belief. Signed: J. S SLAUSON. H. L. M ACNE IL. Sworn and subscribed to before me tbis 7th day of July, 1881. Signed: O. A. DOBINSON, Notary Publio in and tor aald county of Los Angeles, State of California. • --"■orTaf"— ACTUAL PAID-UP CAPITAL Los Angeles County Bank, July lMt, ISsSsl. The aetutl paid-up oapltal la, in gold flOO,OOO 00 STATE OP CALIFORNIA, I „ County or Los Augeles. /**• J. S. Slauson, President, and H. L. Macnell, Cashier of Los Angeles County Bank, belag severally duly sworn, eaoh lor himself, says tbat the foregoing statement is true to the best of his knowl edge and belief. Signed: J. S. SLAUSON. H. L. MAONEIL. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 7th day of July, 1881. Signed: G. A. DOBINSON. Notary Publio ln and for said oounty of Los Angeles, State of California. Jyg-lm THE — Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES CAPITAL, paid up ln gold (800,000.00 Isalas W. Hellman, President, and John Mllner, Secretary, of the above named Bank.belng severally aworn, each for himself, sayathat the aboveamount of capital paid up is correct. Signed. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. Signed: JOHN MILNER, Secretary. Subsorlbed and sworn to before me, this Bth day ot July, 1881. Signed: O. A. DOBINSON. Notary Publio in and for Loa Angeles oounty, state of California. STATEMENT OF THE , CONDITION OF THE Farmers' & Merchants' .Bank 1 OF LOS ANGELES, At the close ot business, THURSDAY, JUNE 30th. 1881. ASSETS. Caab on band 1218,024 28 Cssh wltL banks and bankers 311,928 tv Cash on call loans... 126,000 00 Total oash «643,m7 84 Bonds, U. S. four per cent and other bonds 184,018 34 1 Loans and discounts.. 817,408 12 Bank building. 18,600 00 Two bank vaults,office furniture and fix- * tuies 7,600 00 Real estate 60.638 28 81.844 806 28 LIABILITIES. Capital, paid up ln gold -8208,000 Reaerve fund .....$lOO 0W Surplus fund..... 180.SSO 260,280 Total „ $160,330 00 Due depositors 784,112 88 Dividends uncalled for. 1,876 00 1 Undivided profits 2*,687 SO 81 211,800~6a Isalas W. Hellman, President, aod John Milker, Secretary of the Farmers' aod Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, being severally sworn, eaoh for himself, say that the foregoing statement ta true and correct, to the beat of their knowl edge and belief. Signed: IBAIAB W. HELLMAN, President. Signed: JOHN MILNER, Secretary. Subsorlbed and sworn to before me, tbla eta day of July, 1881. Signed: O. A. DOBINSON, Notary Publio ln and for Los Angelas oounty, State of California. JT-lm Assignee's Notice of Sale L. W. KIKBV VS. HIS CREDITORS. By virtue of an order of sale made by tbe Superior Court of tbe oounty of Los Angeles, State of California,ln tbe above entitled cauae, dated Slst day of May, 1881, whereby I am commanded to sell oertaln property of L. W. Klrby, tbe above named Insolvent, notice is hereby given that on the SOTH DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 13 o'olook w of said day, atthe nest* crn door of tbe Oourt House, Spring street, oity and county of Los Angeles ! will sell at public auotion, to the highest bidder for caab, the right, title and In terest of the said Insolvent, L. W. Klrby, ln and to the following desoribed prop erty: That certain lot of land situate ln the town of Anaheim, county of Los Angeles, State of California, more particularly de soribed as town lot (No.Ml number 61 of the town of Anaheim, as per map of ibe town of Anaheim on file ln the county reoorda of Loa Angeles couniy, ln tbe He coider's offloe of said oonnty. at the city and oounty of Loa Angeles, Cal. Dated Bth day of Ju,y, 1881. M. MRTBERO, Assignee of said lnaolvent eatate. H. M. MITCHELL, JBtd Attorney for Aasignse. JUsJT RECEIVED, Direct from England, a splendid assort ment or Rogers at Sons' TABLE AMD POCKET CUTLERY. Also for sale, SfcenO AMMRTED ARTICLES. o. a^estngr^^ LAWYERS. HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN, A. W. HUTTON. Dint. Atty. SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON Attorneys at Layf. Offloe—ROOMS Not. 91 and S2, TEM PLE BLOOK. ' rriar U-U J. Brousseau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. nos. se and sr. baker blook mhstf H. M. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offloe—ROOMS 7S AND 77, TEMPLE BLOOK. mhxtf JNO. 8. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES. Graves & Chapman, Attorneyei &z Counsel lors tat Law, Room No. 6, Baker Blook. fellt^ J. a. EASTMAN, A. J. KING, 8. HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS. Eastman, Haley, King & Robarts. Attorneys at J_.mw. OFFICE—Nos. a, 1,5 and a. BTRELITZ BLOCK, Spring atreet, Loa Angelea. Will practice ln tbe Supreme and all State Courts. Particular attention paid to land and mining cases. 01-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms . and 4 Ducommun'a Blook. oorner Ma.n A Commercial streets, Los * n -eles. may7-ti BUBINEBB CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE it GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 18 and U, MoDonald Blook, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. (•pUtt PHINEAB BANNING, FORWARDING AND COMMISSIO AQ-EUT, WILMINGTON, Los Angeles oonnty, Cal. Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. ooTtr H. NEWMARK t% CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer In Wool, Grain, Hides. 11, 18 Al5 LOS ANGELES T. 3e3tf O. E. BROWN. W. E. MORFORD. MORFORD 4 BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES,. VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR SALE. ALSO, Commission Merohants. Dealers In Wool, Grain and Livestock Comer Spring and Temple Streets, au3-8m Los Angeles, Cal. HOTELS. THE PICO HOUSE Is Now Open. s'or the reception or guests. All are Invited. FREE CARRIAGES to the bouse. GRISWOLD A MARSH, nMm * Proprietors. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. FIRST-CLASS. THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL & DENKER Prop's. This la the only reliably first class hotel, la situated If. the center of the elty of Los Angeles, contains nearly a . hundred .spaolous and airy rooms, newly furnished ln the most comfortable style. Rooms ln suites for families and parties on every floor, with hot and oold baths. THE TABLE will always be furnished with tbe best supplies tbat oan be pro cured lv the market. A FREE COACH Is always ou hsrrl to carry guests to the house. No pains spared to make guests com fortable in every way. A LARGE READING ROOM open night and day. HENRY HAMMEL,' myl7tl A. H. DENKER. PACIFIC HOTEL, E. H. BOYD PROPRIETOR Passenger Eating Station. ear All trains Btop for meals! Parlor sitting room lor ladles and gentlemen awaiting trains. N ' c, PUT UP FOR PASSENGERS. Jy»-8m * " THB COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT V. DOL,. PROP'B, Downey Block, Main St. Receives alive and serves up every day tbs ohoioest FISH. Inoluding HOLE, TDRBOT and SEA TROUT, MR. DOL Is the exclusive oonslgnee of the oelebrated FROM AGE DE BRIE, wbleb oan only be bad at tbla restaurant SPRING CHICKENS, just ln from tbe ranches, cooked in every style. This Restaurant is Los Angeles's Del monloo. ■ myltf POISON OAK. MOOBEW REMEDY MISCELLANEOUS. PONY SALOON, NO. 188 MAIN BTBKET. Carl H. F. fgchwenu, [Better known aa Don Carlos,] aerWINES, LIQUORS, ALE, BEER AND CIGARS ot tbe best quality to be - ou nd in tbe market always on band, A cordial invitation is extended to his >.d friends and the public to give bim a ■all. SSf Bagatelle Table for Pattime. aaetr ■ DIVIDEND NOTICE. Semi-annual dividend No. 58 of fifteen (16) per cent, per annum on tbe capital stook or tbe FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LO* ANGELES Has been deolared by tbe Board of Trus tees, payable on or after tbe llth in stant. JOHN MILNER, 'secretary. Loa Angeles, July Bth, 1881. Jio-lw THOMAS FAR BALL, Late of San Franolsoo, has opened a nrst-olaaa fc Merchant Tailoring ffi-iTAfIL.ISHMKNT, AT 187 MAIN STREET, Loe Angeles He is a praotloal tailor and ou iter of 16 years years experience. He hat out la he best houses Bast and ln San Franels 0. His terms are very reasonable. ear-Call and aeebim. aplStf T. LYONS Upreparted to do carting, grading and filling on reasonable ISI HI. also,cleaning and hauling of all kinds of garbage, ordera to be left at OnerBB -brougb A Breyer's olgar store. Soring street. JyKMw ROBERT AITCNISON A CO. .. MANUFACTURERS OF Perforated Sheet Metal For Milling and Mining MaefclSSty. 32 Watt Washlnsrton Street CHICAGO, ILL. THE HERALD PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK not equaled in 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 Saw Franelseo finish and style. ABENDROTH & ROOT MANUFACTURING OMP'Y MANTJFAOTUmgIRS OF Root's Wrought Iron Ssctio nal Safety Boilers, Bp'ooiaiiy Adapters to all Mlniaug ■urpeeee. Can be packed ln Package* not ex', oeeding 180 pounds weight, > for Mule or* Overland Shipment. / 1 More than 70,000 Horse*!*** I now In Use. " and highest award reoeived from Abe United Htatea Centennial Commission. OytJend for niusamted Catalogue. OFFICE AND WAlSKßtnil ' SSB OUffSh, NewYertt. N. S. AMIS. Napa City, Cal, * IMPORTER AND BBBBDBB OF | ITALIAN QUEEN BEES imported Queens, S10.00; J Tested Queens, ga.OU eaob; Warranted Queens, SI.SO easa All Queens raised from mothers of mj fw>ai wS^ «VIO eifSjym.ssjssnv.Ajgsssjtsjatd 1