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Herald Steam Criming House. The facilities of the Hshai.u Mteain printing Rouse for doing Job work are not surpassed In California outalde of Han Franolsoo and Sacramento. All work en trusted to as will be executed with neat ness aad dispatch at tbe lowest living rates. J »FECIAL NOTICK. Hereafter notloes of companies, socie ties, churches, etc., will only be Inserted tn the Herald ba paid advertisements, We reserve, tor Places of Worship, a grat is directory, which will appear every Sunday uiorntua. There appears to be something gauzy and unsubstantial to the San Diego Newt in the assertion of the Union, of that oity, that tbe officials of the Southern California Railway have spent in that place •2,600,000. One thing, however, is certain, and tbat is tbat a good sized loco motive has been landed in tbe near neighborhood of tbe elty of Bay and climate. We con gratulate our disputations brethren on this fact. Having edited a newspaper in our southern neigh bor for some eighteen months, It gives us Infinite pleasure to state that San Diego, in the matter of climate, discounts Nice and Men tone all hollow. We are inclined to think that, irrespective of rail- ways from any or all points, this charming city will grow steadily. Notwithstanding, we beg our neighbor to beware of the glamour born of railways. Up here in Los Angeles our people, for years, prayed, on bended knees, for the advent of tbe Iron rail. They gave subsidies in money, and surrendered franchises whish cost money, in order to bring railways here. Las Angeles bas, ln fact, tbe most per foot railway system on the Ameri can, continent. It reaohes by both o Northern and a Southern route to Haw York and every city of any consequence on tbe American con tinent. This railway system has created a market for everything Aogeltfioa raise, and bas etimulat oil production incalculably. Not withstanding all this, there are people who stand around Loa An gales and bark at railways, like ' »*rjr dogs In tbe manger. We as sure our San Diego friends tbat they will, in time, go through tbe same experience. Tbey now glad ly welcome tbe advent of the iron rail and tbe iron horse. The time la not far distant wheu they will surse both, and all for the simple reason that their expectations have beau too highly wrought aud that . time Is of ths essence of the frui tion of tbe bopss of all growlug towns. Before San Diego shall hove attained her real conditions of growth, she will be glibly cursing the very people wbo make her emergence from a grub to a chrys alis state possible. Ths Washington telegrams say m that experiments are being made Ist tbe White House to determine, by an electrlosl apparatus, where the bullet is bidden in the Presi dent's body. We beg to suggest, in way, that tbe enema rr of soap and water, Injected day before yesterday, and which was rewarded by copious discharges of "normal consistency and color," has already found tbe ball and dis lodged it. By the way, we under stood tbat a number of Angeitfios, I who are. perhaps, in their hearts | os much disgusted as we are with ths pruriency of tbe nauseous tele gram which emanate from the Jfclts House, believe tbat some of »ajpalS*Bose dispatches are manufactured lo the Herald office. Well, right X bow, we offer to foifeit UM $M to any charitable es y j? tablisbment Indicated by tbe £• detector, if tbe Los Angeles Su b porlntendent of the Western Union I Telegraph Company will certify ft; that we have invented or gai- X Mod s single dispatch relating to P' sHrfleld's ooodltion. Wo have be- L' lloved, from tbe first tbree days p ofter tbe episode, and we believe BL Slow, that a bloody impositiou was attempted on the American people, p. for political effeot, as to the real gravity of the incident, aud that X Sarneld's present wound in the X* oeat of honor is as trifling as that X, whleh he received in the same place I daring tbe war. Perhaps of all tbe Hj , noisome telegrams received from I ;. Washington since tbe 2nd inst. B those sent to the San Francisco B (Stroniclt have been tbe most dis gusttng, slavish and truckling. ;. The Stock Exchange, commenting % ..npon this feature of the live paper's ft dlepatobes, say a: Rfev, . .Soverai of oar exchanges are an- Wm ffItSPV ' > • f * u • B th « CArontofe prlut ;.;--ad the observations or its oorres ■HMeat In the President's sick ML*****. Th * vef y wrong and | jory foolish. They should know SBO* Ghronicl* correspondents are r OVerywhere, Indeed it may not HMSre been unlikely tbat the one BHMolesuselon was concealed in rvffjso eapoetous ceramic utensil, |%ifo*le the doctors are disooseiog their Patient's chances of recovery. fsJ*sro has been, in verity, too ga«ea of oertaio vulgar vases, with rjHsS oeramlo element out, in this •gsssto tbeatrlo business. Fatigued ttplßM nature and the distressed Bpftsnsi nose alike for a sur nsaso of these vile valetudinary From Col. Chalmers Soott, who surveyed the line for the Southern Pacific Railway from Yuma to Port Isabel, ou tbe Gnlf of California, we learn a number of interesting things. While the distance from Turns to Port Isabel, by tbe river, is 110 miles, and by tbe Lerdo Col ony route la only 80 miles, by the air line route struck by t'ol. Scott it is reduced to 60 inilea. Tbe land selected for this road Is almost a dead level from Yuma to Port Isa bel/the soil being pure sand and worthless for all purposes. On the whole loute there is not a bush over eighteen inches high, and these dwarf specimens are, like an gel's visits, few and far between. Tbe building of tbe road will be highly feasible, and Port Isabel will be a port of note in the future of Pacific Coasr trade. As a matter of fact, a large business already awaits the completion of this brunch road, whioh will put out of Joint both the noses of the Ocean Navigation com pany of the Messrs. Wilcox & Hartshorn and the Quaymas branch of the Atobisou, Topeka and Santa F6 Railway. When this sixty mile branch shall have been completed, with a fast line of Oulf steamers as subsidiary to it, tbe time between Quaymae and San Francisco will be reduced to sixty hours, as against the thirteen days of the Wiloox & Hartshorn steam ers. Aa soon as tbe road is built, the Southern Paciflo Railway will unquestionably control the whole, bulk of the Paciflo Coast trade of Mexico. As*to continuing their read to Quaymae, the Southern PaclQc Company do not entertain that idea. From Port Isabel to Quaymae the distance is about two hundred and fifty miles, over a perfectly level roadbed until within about sixty miles north of Quay mas, wheu rugged buttes and diffi cult passes are encountered. To survey this road, which is utterly without surface water, either the winter season should be selected, or tbree several depots of supplies would be needed, with very exten sive equipments iv the shape of eight mule teams lo supply theeur veying parties. In the route be tween Yuma aud Port 1-übel water would have to bo supplied either from the river or from deeply sunk en wells, the existence of tbe latter being a purely speculative proposi tion. That tbe California Railway Company is engaged in au earnest and deadly competition for the trade of the Mexican Pacific Coast ports cannot be doubted. That they will be successful admits of as little doubt. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. ISpeoial to the Hebald by the Western Cnion Telegraph Company. | PACIFIC COAST. STOCK KKl'OH'r, UN PRANOISCO STOCK AMI) EX CHANGE BOARD. HOUSING SESSION. •Saw Francisco. July 16, lSOOphlr, 5:„ 8108 Nevada. 914. ItM Mexloan, TK,7M 9^,9,916 ISU rtCM 610 Overman, 1.86. 580 B A B, 1054 1.30 550 Uals, 750 10 9eg Belcher. Mi 9» Savage, 3, 2 95,3 7/0 Onion, 10,10k, 1030 OnnVa,2.lO 9% Oil Potosl, 2.66 285 Alta, 3 90, 3.8") U6"» HAN, 3 40 200 Occidental, 1.30, 60 Kentuck. 2J*J m 1720 Jacket, 4 65, 4.70 250 Andes, 1.55,1.50 000 Belcher, 3.15,8.10 225 Scorpion, 1.15, 8.15 1.20 120 Cnnddonoe, 3.80, 250 Benton, 1.05 3 85 30 (i Gate, 2.3u 20 Utah, OK OPEN BOARD—4.3O P. 51. Potosl, 2.60 a; Gould A Curry, 4.50 a; Caltlomla, 760 b, 80 a; Scorpion, 1.13 b; Hale & Norcross, ,'i SO b, 3So a; Jacket, 4.50 a; Belcher, 3a; Crown Point, 215 b; Benton, 05c b; Best A Belcher, 014 b, 9% a; Point, 2.16 a; sliver King, 20 b, 20»i a; Alia, 8.80 b; Con Virginia, 1.95 b, 2a; Savage, 2.80 a; Bnlllon. 85c b: Justice. 900 b, 95 a; Union, Wi; Mexloan, 7U b; Day, 1.90 b, 1.95 a; Alpha, 2 60 h, 2.55 a; Julia, Vie a; Manhattan, 2% b; Albion, 3.76 s; Utah, b; Sierra Nevada, b% b, BJ4 a, | Paueuien Hon in nnii Kasl. Fresno, Cal., July 15.—The fol lowing ist he list of passengers for the South and East on the train which passed this 1 place at 5 P. m.: F Wallace, Benson,' M Cook, Los Angeles; Qeorge Irvine, do; C L Northeraft, do; G D Rowan, do; J C Foster, do; Thos Gordon, do; Jas Healy, Yuma; D X Walker, Marl c >pa; E Davie, Tucson, Mrs Mary Eley, Prescott; A D Whitney, Tuc son; J O Binehart, do; C A Uznay, Los Angeles;.Mlsi E Brown, Pres cott. Dividend, nml AeaesMineiiia. San Fbancisco, July 15th.— Eureka Coasolldated declares a dividend of fifty, cents. Sierra Nevada has been assessed one dol lar and Gould and Curry titty cents. flie'state t*riai»u luvealla«ii»u. San Francisco, July 15th.—The State Prison investigation Com mission to-day closed the prosecu tion as regards the specific charges against tbe Wnrefen. Tbe latter introduced In defense a number of officer* of the prison and produced aooounte to disprove tbe obarges concerning the financial manage ment. Adjourned till next Thurs day. Worn urn ibe omroraia r-onyiera. San Dikgo, July 15th.—Another large party of Chinese laborers for the California Southern Railroad arrived per steamer Senator this morning aud in less than two houra were on their way to the front. Tbe rapidity with which tbe work is being pushed has hardly been surpassed anywhere. Grading is going on aotively in the Gajou pass as well at In tbe Temecula valley. Tbe work on tbe water front at this bay is also being vigorously pushed, employing a large force of men and team*. Our streets to-day were crowded with teams carrying supplies forward to tbe working parties In the northern part of the oounty. Heavy Bteoneiloa Aebed. Grass Valley, Jvly 15th.—The hydraulic mine owners have ap peared befflre the Board of Equali zation, a-.ltini; a reduotlou of 6b* per cent., by which the oounty will probably lose $45,000, affecting tbe value of all property in theoonnty, and will almost wipe out several townships ln the county, all being tbe result of the injunction. •sllroas News—The Ui Fneo waler- Swwaß — AiiHeaeu n» Indians— siaddeu Deatb. Tucson, July 15. —A, A. Robin son, Chief Engineer of tbe Atohl son, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail road, arrived here to-day and leaves to-morrow to view thp three routes from Benson to the Souora Hue, to wit: Tbe route up the Sau Pedro river to Oohoaville on tbe line from near Contention City and up tbe Barlaoombla creek aud across to La Naria, and down the Unita valley into the Santa Cruz at Cal ibasas. He will be ten days making the trip, after which be will return to Las Vcgus, N. M., where a consultation will be belli with the other officers of tbe road and tbe route determined upon. Eighteen wagons and teams of tbe A. T. &S. F. arrived at Ben son this morning. Grading begins, tomorrow on the Benson aud Tombeloue road. It Is claimed that it will bo completed in thirty days. Tbe mainline will not run to Tombstone, but a branch will run up from the San Pedro river. The track of the Southern Pacific Is 36 miles east of El Paso and is advancing at tbe rate of two aud one-half miles a day. The waterspout at £1 Paso last week damaged city property to the amount of $50,000 aud Southern Paoitlo property valued at $8,000 was washed away. The bridge of tbe A. T. & S. F. R. R. was carried away. A report comes from El Pase that Gov. Terrassae, who was en route to El Paso, was attacked by Indians and thirty of his men killed on Wednesday. A. D. Spooner, a brskeman on the Southern Pacifio and a tele graph operator on- the train, died suddenly ou his train to-day, east of Casa Grande. He was from San Francisco. EASTERN. OUieinl BHlle'ls. Executive Mansion, 7 p. m.— Tbe President has coutluued doing well during tire day. This after noon the fever has been slighter than on uuy day siuce Ihe 3d, Pulse' 96, temperature 100.4 respi ration 20. D. W. Bliss, J. J. Woodward, J. K. Barnes, Robert Reyburne. Tba Puysiciaae' Oflleiai Beiruri. Ixeoutivk Mansion, Wash ington, July 15th.— The following telegram was sent by tbe attending surgeons tbls afternoon: Executive Mansion, 1 p. si.— To Drs. Frank It. Hamilton aud D. H. Aguew: The President oontluues to do well. The afternoon fever is dally less marked. A smaller quantity of milk has been given him and solid food substituted aud relTehed. He has had It-ss rum aud at intervals of several hours some tokay wine, in all übnut two ounces and a half of the latter. Last night hie hypo dermic Injection onueie'ted of three sixteenths of a grain of morphia only, which proved sufficient lo se oure rest. This morning we have altered tbe dose of sulphate of qulnia to three grains, to be taken tbree times daily. Yesterday at 7 p. m. his pulso was 98, temperature 98 5, respiration 18; at 1 P. M. pulse 94, temperature 98, respiration 18. B. W. Bliss, J. X, Barnes, J. J. Woodword, ROB'T RkYBURN. Croil Kplktlrls. Washington, July 15.—Tlie Ag ricultural Departuaeut returns of July let report that the condition of the wheat crop Is much better than on June Ist, and averages 83 for the whole couutry. The Atlan tic States fait off slightly as com pared with tbe returns for the lime time last year, but the large wbeat region north of tbe Ohio river and west of the Mississippi returns low as compared with 1880. Michigan reports only 84 per cent, and Illi nois 00. Ohio and ludiana are be low last year, but report fair pros pects. Missouri and Kansas each make great complaint of damage from insects. Iv tbe epriag wheat States, lowa alone returns a condi tion much lower than lastyear aud which la only 72. Corn—Tbe increase in tbe area planted iv corn is nearly two per cent, over 1880. The average con dition of the crop is not so high aa ln the last two years and Is 99 against 100 last year. Iv all tbe north Atlantic States the crop la backward, owing to the cold, wet spring. But in the .-status south of the Delaware river and on tbe Oulf of Mexico, it is reported as fair. Texas, however, reports serious In jury from drouth. In the great corn produoing region bordering on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, the average is below last year, particu larly in tbe State of lowa, which only reports a condition of 77 per cent., caused by the cold spring and too much rain in June. In Illinois aud Missouri the condition is re ported as very favorable. I'linuiniL' ■ ■••■da Mia O ,>>..,. Albany, July loth.—Joint bal lot, short term, total vote: Potter 53, Lapbam 70, Conkling 32, Wood ford 1, EvartH 1; necessary to choice, 79. Ballot for tbe loug term: Kernsn S3, Miller 74, Chapman 2, Adams 2, Danielß 3, Wheeler 7, Fish 11, Evarta 11, Bile- 2, Starin 2, Tenuy 1; necessary to chuioe, 79. mo Anuj el <ne Cumberland.. Chicago, July 15th.—At a meet ing of the resident members of the Army of the Cumberland, whleh was held last night at Gen, Hherl dan's residence, resolutions were unanimously adopted heartily con gratulating President Garfield, his. devoted wife and the country upon the present happy prospect of his speedy recovery and ■ extending to him the heartlelt sympathy and tbe. tender and cordial regards of his old comrades in arms of the Army of tbe Cumberland, with the hope that a few weeks at most will restore him to health and vigor, fitted for long years of useful serv ice to the country winch, In tbe pas', he has served so well. General Sheridan was requested to transmit the resolu tions to the President and bls family. FOREIGN. ■eduction in c.biearaoas. LONDON, July loth.—The Anglo- American Telegraph Company, tba Dlreot United States Cable Com pany and La Comagnia Frangtlse dv Telegrapbe de Paris ft New York, nave given notios that on and after August Ist proximo, tbe rate for the transmission of tele grams between New York and the United Kingdom and France will be reduced to 25 cents per word. Theory of Meteorites. ITlnsley's Magaxlne I One of tbe oldest theories, aud tbe one that is, perhaps, most con sistent wltb known facts and laws, Is that meteorites are bodies mov ing round tbe sun, which occasion ally enter our atmosphere, aud are either frittered into dnat or reasb tbe earth as aerolites. In other words, they aro abnormally largo fragments of cornels. Small frag ments arc dissipated lo the higher regions of tba air by tbe iutense heat produoed by friction, and giv ing rise to the phenomenon of shooting stars. Larger pieces ap pear as fire balls, and very large masses fall through the air in v state of combustion, which is not, however, sultioieutly intense to consume their volume before reaching; tbe ground. This Idea of a celestial origin seems to have originated among tbe Greeks. Plutarch says: "Falling stars are, aocording to tbe opinion of some physicists, not eruptions of tbe ethereal fire extinguished in tbe air Immediately after its ignition, nor yet vii inflammatory cembus tionoflhc air, which is dissolved In large quantities in the upper re gions of space; but these meteors are ratber a fall of celestial bodies, which, in consequence of a certain Intermission in the rotary force, ami by the Impulse of some irreg ular movement, have been hurled down imt to the Inhabited portions of the earth, but aißo beyond it Into the great ocean, where we cannot liud them." The views Of Diogenes of Apollouia are ex pressed thus, "Stars that are iu viaible, and consequently have no name, move in space together with those that are visible. These in visible stars frequently fall to tbe earth, aud are extinguished, as tbe stony star which fell burning at iEgos Potamos." Chi tdini, as the result of his investigations, advanc ed tbe opinion that meteors are bodies moving in space, being either occumiilatinus of matter aa originally created tir fragments separated from a larger mass of v similar uiuure. Sir H. Davy of fered the same explanation In tbe "Philosophical Trantaclious" for 1817. These vie wh, or rather a modification of them suited to In creased knowledge of cosmlcal ways and weans, have their mod ern advocate iv Professor H. A. Newton, of Yale College. The vivacious rhyme of Saxe has been a popular antidote, for tbe blues for a great inuiiy years, but we shall never have any more of it. The poor old man has the blues himself now, ami is completely broken down mentally. He baa au elegant house iv one of the coolest aud pleasantest parts of Brooklyn, but he enjoys none of it. He cau rarely be induced to leave his room, aud day after day grieves over the loss of his power as a poet; mentally wasted, but physically mucii stronger than most men of his age. This condition of things is mainly attributable to tbe work of death iv his family during the past few years. The physicians feel certain that exercise and change of scene would in a meas ure restore him, but no one cau In fluence bim lo act upon such ad vice, and by and by we shall hear that this, man, whuss brilliant wit has delighted the whole country, has passed away. It eeoms entire ly like the sarcasm of destiny tbat gloom and melancholy should en shroud the mind of John Godfrey Saxe.— Philadelphia Times. Although ouly 19, Alitia Mayer has had a great amouut of matri monial trouble. She married a wealthy oil speculator at Corry, Pa., tbree years ago, and soon de serted bim, stealing $5,000 of bis money. She then went to live in Buffalo, where her beauty soon wou a second husband; and she lived happily with him for only a few months. Tbe first husband found her by means of detectives, and she was compel led to fly wilh out being able to steal more than a few hundred dollars from the sec ond husband. In Chicago she married a third husband, but here she was again persecuted, for the first and second husbands'jolned ln the pursuit, and she bad to hastily quit the third before she had rob bed him at all to escape arrest for bigamy and larceny. "I guess we cau accommodate you,and accommodate you cheap," said tbe gentlemanly clerk of an Albany hotel to a stranger who bad applied for a night's lodgings. "What do you mean by accommo dating me cheap ?" beasked Iniiig naully. "Do I look like a tramp who couldn't afford to pay for de cent quarters 1" "Oh not at all, nut at all," humbly apologized tbe clerk, "but you must know tbat all our uuoccupietl rooms have tran soms over the doors, and we're let ting them new at half price.— Brooklyn Eagle, The Burlington man says: If the young man who stood under the after window of this offloe last Tuesday night and sang, "Let me die when tbe lilies are blooming," will kindly staud where tbe fore man can reach him wltb the mal let the next time he oomss, we will do all that human power can do to get him in about two laps ahead of tho earliest Illy of tbe sea son. No man who sings as he does should waste any time waiting for the lilies when It oomeg to dying. NEW TO-DAY. FOR BALE. ONE 14, ACRE TRACT of land south of the city, on the extension of Mala st., about four miles from the court House; also, ONE 40 ACRE TRACT In the liancho Hanta Gertrudes, half a mile from Downey City, A 1 corn land, with small house. Apply to • C. C. LIFB. Jyie-lm 21 slain St., Baker Block. Situation Wanted. By a middle-aged single man. as Jani tor, or to make himself generally useful about a gentleman's place, Address. M.M., Herald offlss. jie-*t WANTS--LOST—FOUND. Situation Wanted. By a young alii, to assist in general housework or chamber work. Enqulte at the sisters' Hospital. " JyQ-iw Housekeeper's Position Wanted. By an experienced woman, or tbe care of an Invalid or children, or any position ot trust ln a family. References ex changed. Call or address, one week, "Housekeeper," No. 6 First street, Los Angeles. Jd-lw sjtlOO KEWAHD, - For Information leading to the convlo tlonof any person wilfully and mali ciously placing any metal, wood or other substance in any stack to be threshed by our machine. HOLMES 4 CO. July 2,1881. J6-lm BOARD and ROOMS. 206 SPRING ST. Private Boarding; Sunny Rooms, en suite or single, furnished with all the comforts of an elegant private home; six minutes walk from the Postomce. . ajep-i'erms very reasonable. Jyl2-6m LOST. A WORN OUT LEATHER POCKET ROOK, containing $20— three gold pieces and five silver pieces. The Under will receive a liberal reward by. leaving the same at 121 Fort street. J 16-Jt FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE. Hut'sE AND TsOT ON MAIN ST., be tween Firstsiiiii Seoond, 75x800 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 in the heart of the city, and private houses ou NewXos Angeles street. JeSO-lm E. GRKENBAUM. FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker Hill avenue, near Second street; con venient to Normal school and free from dust. WM. D. STEPHENS, Je9-2m Room 86, Temple Block. TO LET. NEWLY FURNISHEDSuuny Rooms, at NO. 5 FIRST STREET, only a few steps from the Postofflce. m2i-lm FOR S-A-XjE). SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; fine looation: splendid investment. C. WHITE, myg-Sm Room 49 Temple Block. •MS&aCAPITALISTS. notice this!!! SPLENDID INVESTMENT In city propertyls offered; will net 15 per cent. Call on C. WHITE, Je2s*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 Postoffice. dSltf FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF SO ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard and vineyard of 20 acres. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, County Clerk's office. m25-lw Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. ejarSFAOIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites, and Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. sr'J'HK TABLE supplied with tbe best the market affords. feMtf MRS. M. H. KIMBALL, Prop. For Santa Catalina. THE SCHOONER ROSITA Will take parties to Catalina Island for bathing. Parlies can come direct to San Pedro intheirown conveyandeand their teams can be cared for In my pasture. Campers must bring their own provis ions aud camping equipments. PASSAGE, round trip $4 Children half price. Sails from San Pedro Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays; returns on alter nate days. For particulars write to CAPT. GEORGE EDEN, San Pedro, Wilmington P. 0., Cal. my3d&w3m Southern California Packing Company OF LOS ANGELES, Preservers of Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Honey, and Manufacturers of Jams, Jellies, Marmalades* aT ickles, Vinegar and Sauoei. Inoorporated April 4,1881. CAPITAL STOCK.....™ „,$50,000 A. H. JUDSON President. W. H. WORKMAN Vice-President. J. M. ELLIOTT secretary. J. E. HOLLENBHCK Treasurer. DIRECTORS: W.H.Perry, W. T. Klttridge, W. 11. Workman, J. M. Elliott, A. 11. Judson. Office and Factory: MACY AND ALISO STREETS, EAST SIDE OF RIVER. This company is now ready tq contract for fruits and vegetables for the prosent season. The CANNING DEPARTMENT Is un der the superintendence of MR. J. J. GROOM, formerly connected with and Superintendent of the Golden Gate and San Jese Packing Companies, and more recently Superintendent of the Santa Barbara Cannery. The ALLIEN PROCESS will bo started under tbe supervision of E. GlNOC CHlO.forten years Superintendent of the Alden Faotory at Jaokson. Cal. Je2Btf IMC. r>XJF , JFY, Proprietor of the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Begs to Inform the public that he spreads a FINE LUNCH and keeps EXCEL LENT LIQUORS. He also gives a FINE MEAL for SBe. The public are cordially Invited to give him a,cal I. Je2tf ' ' J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLEB, Near corner of First and Fort streets. sorßuggies, spring wagons and saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day ......$3,00 Two horses and spring wagon, a day. 2.50 Horse and buggy, per day.....™ .... 2.50 Half a day .... 1.60 ••-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. «22tf HAIR GOODS. MBS. K. SMITH, having been with Mr. aad Mrs. O. A. Williams, will con tinue business at their old place. Mrs. Smith Is prepared to do all kinds of hair work in the best and latest styles. Re member the plaos,NO. aS SPRING ST, X sagf-tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. STATEMEN"T ■OF THE ASSETS AND LIABILITIES LOS ANBELES COUNTY BANK, July 1, 1881. ASSETS. Cash on band $16,617 89 Deposited in other banks 59,183 16 Safe and furniture 1.900 on Loans .'. 266.928 68 Real estate , 115,433 25 jjjjjuSr 87 LIABILITIES. Due depositors ................. *l(M 064 88 Capltalslook WO.OiiO 00 Kcserve fund 204,123 08 Expenses aoorued 500 uu Dividends uncalled for. _ 4K5 Oil Collection account 330 AO Rent and tax aooount current... l,3tft 96 Net undivided profits for past six months - 15,618 48 •189.(57 87 The real estate to the amount of 81305.37 Is situated In San Bernardino county; the remainder ln Los Angeles county, as are the other assets, except as appears above. The evidenoee or tbe assets of the nank are ln tbe bank's vault and are lor the major part also on record laaSaa jJernardlno aud l.os Angeles oountleg. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1.. County of Los Angeles. J ' J. S. Slauson, President, and H. L. Mac noil. Cashier, of Los Angeles County Bank, being severally duly sworn,each for himself, says the foregoing statement Is true to the best of his knowledge and bellei. ■ Signed: J. 8 SLAUSON. H. L. MAONF.IL. Sworn and subsorlbed to before me this 7th day of July, 1881. Signed: a. A. DOBINSON, Notary Publio in and lor said county of Los Angeles, State of California. OF tit X ACTUAL PAID-UP CAPITAL ov Los Angeles County Bank, July last, ISSI. The actual paid-up capital is, in gold , $100,000 00 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, l. a Cdunty of Los Angeles. I J. S. Slauson, President, and H. L. Macneil, Cashier of Los Angeles County Bank, being severally duly sworn, each lor himself, says tbat the foregoing statement Is true to the best of his knowl edge and belief. Signed: J. S. SLAUSON. H. Li. MACNEIL. Subscribed and aworn to before me, this 7th day of July, 1881. Signed: G. A. DOBINSON. Notary Public in and for said oounty of Los Angeles, State of California. JyB-lin THE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OP LOB ANGELES CAPITAL, paid up ln gold $200,000.00 Isaiah W. Hellman, President, and John MUner, Seoretary, of the above named Bank,being severally Bworn, eaoh for himself, says that tbe above amount of capital paid up Is correct. Signed. ISAIAS W HELLMAN, President. Signed: JOHN MILNEB, Secretary. Subsorlbed and sworn to before me, this 6th day oi Jills, 1881. Signed: G. A. DOBINSON, Notary Public ln and for Los Angeles oounty, State of California. OF THE CONDITION OF THE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES, At the close oi business, THURSDAY, JUNE 30th, 1581. ASSETS. Cash on hand $213,024 23 Cash with bankssnd bankers 311,928 61 Cash on call loans.:. 1115,000 00 Total cash $649,947 84 Bonds, U. S. four per centandotherbonds 164.013 34 Loans and discounts.. 357,408 12 Bank building 18,500 00 Two bank vaults.office furniture and dx t vies 7,600 00 Real estate 60,636 26 31,814905 26 LIABILITIES. Capital, paid up in gold $200,000 Reserve fund $100 000 Surplus fund..... 160,230 260,230 Total _ $150,230 l! 0 Due depositors 761,112 60 Dividends uncalled for 1,876 00 Undivided proflts: 28,687 60 81.211,905 66 Isaias W. Hellman, President, and John Mliner, Secretary of the Farmers' aud Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, being severally sworn, eaoh for himself, say that the foregoing statement is true and oorrect, to the best of their knowl edge and belief. Signed: ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. Signed: JOHN MILNER, Secretary. . Subscribed and sworn to before me, this Si ii day of July, 1881. Signed: O. A. DOBINSON, Notary Publio ln and for Los angeles county, State of California. J7-lm Assignee's Notice of Sale L. W. KCRBY VS. HIS CREDITORS. By virtue of an order of sale made by tbe Superior Court, of the oounty of Los Angeles, State of California,ln the above entitled cause, dated 81st day of May, 1881, whereby I am commanded to sell certain property of L. W. Klrby, the above named Insolvent, notice la hereby given that on the 80TH DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clock m. of said day, at the west ern door of the Court House, Spring street, olty and county of Los Angeles, 1 will cell at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, the right, title and in terest of the said Insolvent, L. W. Klrby, ln and to the following described prop erty: That certain lot of land situate ln the town of Anaheim, county of Los Angolee, Htateof California, more particularly de scribed as town lot (No. 541 number 51 or tbe town of Anaheim, as per map or the town of Anaheim on die in the oounty records of Los Angeles county, ln the He eorder's office of said count v, at the olty and county of Los Angeles, Cal. Dated Bth day of Ju.y, 1881. t.f. MKYBERO, Assignee ol said Insolvent estate. H. M. MITCHELL, JBtd Attorney for Assignee. .XTJ*4T RECEIVED, Dlreot from England, a splendid assort ment of Rogers A Sons' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY. Also for sale, 28,000 ASSORTED ARTICLES. - -- • ■ LAWYERS. HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN, A. W. HUTTON. Diet. Attar, SMITH, BROWN & HCTTON Attorney* at 1-a.w. Offloe-KOOMS Nos 81 and 80., TEM PLE BLOCK. nanr 11-tf J. Brousseau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOS. Se AND S7, BAKER BLOCK nihil/ U. ill. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office —ROOMB 78 AND 77, TEMPLE BLOCK. mh2tf JNO. H. CHAPMAN. J. A. (J HAVEN. Graves & Chapman, Attornaj-H sf£ Counsel, lory at I-.iv w. Room No. 6, Baker Block. fellt k J. G. EASTMAN, A. J. KING, S. HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS. Eastman, Haley, . King & Robarts. Attorneys at JL,ts.w. OFFIOE-Nos.B,4,oand 0, STBELITZ BLOCIv, Spring street, Los A.ngelea. Will practice ln the Supreme and all state Courts. Particular attention paid to land and mining cases. 01-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Booms . and 4 Ducommun's Block, corner Ma.n A Commercial streets, Los ■> elos. may7-U BUSINESS CARDS. I"■-". m ii - - JUOSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 and 11, McDonald Blook, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. I septet! RHINE AS BANNINC, . FORWARDING AND COMMISSI!) A-GKEIfcTT, ' WILMINGTON, Los Angeles county, 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, 13 &15 LOS ANOELEB T. asstt I C. E. BROWN. W. IS. MORFOBD. MORFORD & BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GBOVEB. VINE . YARDS, FARMS AND BANCHES FOR SAJL..E. AUSO, Cornmlsslon Merchants. Dealers In Wool, Grain and Livestock Corner Spring and Temple Streets, au3-3m Los Angeles, Cal. HOTELB. THE PICO HOUSE Is rsfow Open For the reception of guests. All are Invited. FREE CABBIAGEB to the house. GBISWOLD & MARSH, n3-lm Proprietors. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, FIRST-CLASS, THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMM'EL & BENKER Prop's. i This la the only reliably flrsi class t hotel, Is situated in the center of the t city of Lob Angeles, contains i nearly a hundred spacious and - airy rooms, newly furnlshed ln tbe most i comfortable style, Rooms ln suites for : families and uartlos on every floor, with hot and cold baths. THE TABLE will always be furnished wltb the best supplies that can bo pro ' cared lv the mar art. • A FHEK COACH Is always on ham' to i carry guests to the house. 1 No pains spared to- make guest* con> • for table ln every way. A LARGE READING ROOM open night and day. HENRY HAMMEL, my 17;! A. H. IiENKEK. PACIFIC HOTEL, E. H. BOYD PROPRIETOR i Passenger Eating Station. 1 sorAll trains stop for meals. Parlor ' sitting room lor ladles and gentlemen ' awaiting trains. LUNCHES FCTT UP FOR PASSENGERS. JyB-8m THE COMMERCIAL I RESTAURANT , v. iiol. sTMOWM, '< Downey Block, Main St. Receives alive and serves up every day the choices* FISH, lnoludlng SOLE, • TURBOT and SEA TROUT. MB DOL is the exclusive consignee of the celebrated FROM AGE DE BRIR, which can only be bad at tbls rest aurant SPRING CHICKENS, Just ln from the ranches, cooked In every style. This Restaurant is Los Angeles's Del mnnloo, myltf POISON OAK. MOOR£'B REMEDY A SURS OUSJB. It kills pain, ltohlogand inflammation atonoe. TRY IT. For sal* bjr all drag- MISCELLANEOUS. J PONY SALOON, 1 NO. ISO MAIN MTKKK'If Carl v. F\ Hobwenn, I [Batter known aa Don Carlos,] H sarWINES, liquors, ale, beeAm AND CIGARS ol the beat quality to bM round ln tbe market always oa hand. MR A cordial Invitation la extended to hlil Md friends and the public to (lfs him am g&~ Bagatelle Table for Pastime. ■ _ aattr ■ DIVIDEND NOTICE. I Semi-annual dividend No. 88 of aftssiX' (IS) percent.per annum on tasoapltalam stock of the ■ FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANI'fl OF LO, ANGELES B Has been dectlared by tbe Board of Trus -M tees, payable on or after lbs 11th In ■ stant. JOHN MILNER, B secretary. PJJk Los Angeles, July Bth, 1881. JlO-lw iflj THOMAS PARR ALL, I> Late of San Franolsoo, baa opened a I flrst-olass ■ Merchant Tailoring at Hi-ITAUCIMHftHfINT, B AT I*7 MAIN STREET, Los Angelas ■ He Is a oraotloal tailor and ou tter of 1 uMj yoars years experience. He has out In ■ ho best houses East and ln Ban Franelx- BJ o. His terms are very reasonable. »AW •small and see him. aplMf Bj T. LYONS Is preparled to do carting, I grading and tilling on reasonable terms; ■ also, cleaning and hauling of all kinds ■ of garbage. Orders to be left at Oneesa- ■ brough A Drsyer's cigar store. Soring ■ street. JylO-fr fl ROBERT AITCHISON & CO. I • . - 'a *NJ MANUFACTURERS OF J Perforated Sheet Metal 1 lor Milling aad Mining Btaohlaarr, J SS Wast waahlnsxton itrMtl OHIOAQO, ILL, I THE HERALDj printing! HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK notequaledin South- j era California. Power and | Job Presses run by steam se- 4 cure promptness and moder ate prices. Give this office . a call and secure work at San . Francisco Prices and of a San , Francisco finish and style. ABENDROTH & ROOT * MANUFACTURING OHFY SLANTJFACTUBEBS OF Root's Wrought iron Sectional Safety Boilers, Specially Adoptod to sill Mlnlxtsj Purpose* ~~ [4 Can be packed in Packages not oa>\ needing 160 poijnds weight, for Mule or Overland i Shipment. ' Mora than 75.000 Horso-Pon now In Us*. ' And highest award received fronUhe United States Centennial Commission. • i OSTBand for Illustrated Catalogue. OFFICE AIR! WAREHOUSE I , »8 Olltr Sit. Now York. ; N. 8. AMES, Napa City, Col. [ IMPORTER. AND BREEDER OF I ITALIAN QUEEN BEES i — Imported queens, $10.00; Tasted Queens, $3.00 eaoh; Warranted Queens, S'i.tu mitt All Qaeens raised from mothers at my cwa Importsttoa from Kawrw. savll m»