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| %w Iwflfto ftmilti. : ______ ij ii ii -» ' I .shed every morning exoept Mon- I day, V BY I .»o»iOS»H U. LYNCH. | TERMS FOR DAI»-Y HERALD: t Per annum, by mall or sxpresß 81° I'< Six oaontbe " " 5 i Three months " Delivered by carriers, per weok as oento I OS ANGELES W EEKLY HERALD is published every Saturday morning. TKRMH. One yeur.by mall orerpress,oneoopy..Bß9t 84X months, " ■■ " ' •••} « three • " -I <* ' Advertisements Inserted at rsasonablo .-ales. All Mlude ol Job-work done su Compete Willi t*iu> rraueieco 'v prlee.Htyle, md eiearnnee nt Wnrtc. manatitxt. Late Telegrams. Cbieesrift Btaeea— j i.aiuoai IBs si m nrr. San Francisco, July 20—Pled mout won tbe great stallion race at Chicago yesterday; McGregorseo- ODd, Santa Ciaus third. Piedmont won tbe fourth, flfih and sixth beats; McOregor Ihe first and third, Hants Clsus Ihe second; time.2:lß, 2:17J, 2:lfJ, 2:19J, 2:21. This Is the best, stallion race ever trotted. Same day and track, Lit tle Brown Jug the pacing we in three straight heats. Time, 2:124, 2:145, 2:11$. Best pacing race on record. ft, tii »■ iti.,, .n I■l oa flijtsiuia'i. Washinoton, July 20.—The fol lowing telegram was sent by the attending surgeons to the consult ing surgeons 10 day: Last evening tbe President re ceived a hypodermic Injection of one-eighth of a grain of sulphate of morphia and slept well during the night. Ha continues to take sul phate of quinine In three gram doses thiloe dally. As anticipated, tbe Increased fever of yesterday proved only temporary and he bus bad a better day to-day than any sinoe be was Injured. The wound looks well; Is discharging heal'liv pus freely. This morning ai 8:80 bis pulse wa« 90; temperature respiration 18 At 1 P M 92, 98.6°, 19. At 7P. M 96, 99 B°, 19. •Bi.ua and others. Tile President', t'oildl I lull. Executive Mansion, July £0, 8:80 A. M.- [Official bulietlu ] Tlie progress of ibn President towaid* recovery continues uninterrutiied ly. file has passed aY ry quiet bight. Pulse, this mirniuu. S6; temperature, 98$; respiration, 18 Buss, eio. The following dispatch was s*nt. tbls morning lo each of the Cabi net offloeis by ihe Presidents private secretary: 8 A M. There is a deeded improvement In the President's condition ibis morning. He slept very well during Ihe nigh' and his pulse at this hour Is ta which Is lower than at any pre vious time. The temperature hi d respiration are normal. Tne wound Is doing wall sinrl is discharge inn free y aud property. Tne Pres ident's appetite Is still gonri, and great oare will contiuue to be ex ercised ln his diet. Tn. Dueivra ti*»v« m |lunß>i. Iraaj. f?u«a*. Washington, July 20 -"He Is oertalnly going to get well " That was tbe very confident declaration made by Dr. Bliss about sundown yesterday; yet the physicians are not willing to put any such confi dent declaration into their bulle tins, and within twenty-four hour', even, have said they could not safely predict tbat the wound would not terminate fatally. The doctors seem to have one langutge for tbe publio and another for pri vate persons; but the confidence of tbe people in the reoovery of the President, which bas existed for a week, has Dot been sbakeu. The President sat up twenty minutes yesterday. It was found tbat ibe pain in tbe baok bad disappeared, but curious, and entire tniuk suspi cious, pains oon'lnue In lbs Isus aud feet. The reason why the word susploious, is attached lo these pains by some of ibe physi elans Is, tbat there Is a remote tear tbat tbe President, after his recov ery, may be weak in his legs. He seema himself apprehensive of tbat, as be bas fri quently asked his attendants what tbey thought about It, and has expressed an earn est wish to bs able tn stand up tn sea whether or not his legs would atlll remain bis servants. The first sensation when the bullet struck bim was tbat bis kn-es gave way. Ha sesms to have regained that sen sation ever sine, and still fears tbat his knees tr ay glvs way. Executive Mansion. July 20:h, —1:80 p m. Tlie Pre d nt is pass lng a Comfortable day and m .king Stsady progress tdwaid con vale— oance. At tnis hour Irs ruise Is 88, and temperature and reiplralion normal. Twm otber Bajrr.n ffj.lloi.. ALBANY, July 20. —Two votes were taken, eaoh resulting: 1.111> ham, 72; Potter, 49; Conkling, 28; Woodlord, 1. Necess.ry to obolue, 78. Ou motion of Straban, tut oonveutiou adjourned. J.SJBM. of p..*r Bl tbe mmiiiUii Ball, ru.s t «ÜB"uie". Chioaoo, July 20 —The Tri tune's editorial ' attention lately bas been direoted by tbe Maritime. SegUter to another abuse of power by tbe Paciflo Railroad oompanles. Soma years ago, It will be remem bered, tba oompanles nru-hed ibe competition of the P.OIHO Mall steamers and tbe Panama route by discriminating agalust merchants wbo patronized ibaru. Tha prac tloa waa to give heavy rebates to shippers wbo should send all olasaa. of gaadi by nil, but to ahtuga ex Los Angeles Daily Herald. orbitant freights upon those who attempted to send ■ny oostly and perishable goods In that manmr and use the other line for buikv ai« tides Tbe plan which worked so successfully lv the case of the Panama route has now been applitd to salliig vs sels that go around Cape Hnin. Merchuulß in Han Franolsoo ti nt avail themselves of these means of transportation flnil It Impossible tn obtain any couseSsloiiß from Ihe railroad 0 impauies, while rivals In husinens who patrnnne the laud route exclusively are favored regu larly with enormous rebates oil all classes nf shipments. This abuse Of power Is ot a piece with that pointed out by Congressman Dtin gett, of Nevada, who showed, la his speech tn Congress last fall, that tbe regular tut ifi' lo in land points Is made up by adding the through rates to San Francisco to local rates from San Francisco baok tn tbe way stations. Con gress has the power to remedy these Impudent exactions, an I no notion could meet with so much favor among the people us the shaking of *a little sense into the managers of these corporation", which were founded through Ihe nailmal bounty and are fas* b» oumiug raeru Instruments nf publio oppression and private greed. NBiiulln. I r ef.,, a„ ll.illirailil. Denver, Col., July 20 —A Ker kama special says: In a snooting scrape this morning, John D. MOl -rn-sey was shot through the lungs and Demits Mcf>.>imhl was shot through the thigh aud badly beat en about tne hend Both men are in a P'toarlOSt condition. Thomas (jrilhgtn, Charles Madden and riinmas Laevery were arrested on charge of committing Ihe deed. Cause unknown. Prenbyj... aII I I'rieai Boe.led. Quebec, July 20— The Roman Catuoiie Pr j ehyttry al Roxin Falls, was buried, Fattier Lame perishing iv the fl imes Hs 1 ephew escaped l y ieupmg from au upier wii d >w. The Best Industry for Poor Men. We know of nothing that prom ises tv large a return lor tbe labor and capital expended us gtapt ur»Wing. There is no crop that, we know anything about tbat Is so sure year after year as grai es. 1 here is nothing else in agricul ture, viticulture or horticulture thai will yield ho much money in so abort »■ time at 80 little cXi Sole F.iriy Hues of good vineyard is better than 40ii acres of wheat land The bills afd said to be as good eB ibe valleys fur grapes, ami that land 0«D be hail lor out-half the price or even less, antl con equenl ly a man with Veiy little tueans can start a vineyard. Tbe third year it will pay. in the uuautime any i illustrious man oan earu enough work- Inu for ol here iv suppori a faun ly. Alter the third year ihe I Dooms will lucrease rapidly, and in a few years a tweuty-scre vineyard will be wor h a small fortune. Htale Commienintier Wet mm c *iv. » it as bis opinion ilia* v vineyard win yield $100 an acre net profit, for wine purposes, lo lllus'rute tbifl J. B \Va.t, of San J,n*q,|in, Is re ported lv have sold cQO tons of tripce, 1 rjduoed on Ouiy iwenty- Gi|(bl tO.es, al $27 a i,,n, 10 nearly mix thou-aud dollars for tw,nly acres. Duesany man want, a belter chance ttiau t us? Aud be can do still belter than mat, as ue have proof here in i>ur own c lUUIy, by turuiug our grapes Into raisins. Mr. Bloivr-, Mr Briggs, aud peihaps some others, have oleired over $300 tn ai re) fr, m limit 111 : rail o<> rTactical men have > bun I <nt con tiuenre In tnis industry end ate tn largj ig their vu.e.ar. s year ty year; Dr. Glenn, ol Co usa o uin y, « h v,'': a pmot ical, son nil tic f nine, nnj clnt-e tiguier, is leporied to h.V.i put out n l' dUiai d- C c vine yurj, rrfeiring to wbliiii tli 1 HiOo< ion Independent sayi: "i)r Gnoin is uoaiuatuer Ixp ri.'n n 1 Ist, but one of the m »t praoticsl aud ssgaoiousof farme'S, aud would not g ■ Into the grape trow ing business on so extended a scale unless he ooutd forsee that ha oould make it pay. 11 is example on so large a SJale will most likely exalte a fresh Interest iv tbls branch of Industry. After all tliat has been said aud dove, It is still v matter of Utootsbment that a Held ofwealih so Inviting, expansive antl productive should not he more largely occupied. There Is every thing to encourage Ihe er lv this Slate. The faot ib.t we have Ihe fiußttt soil and climate, that tbe orup never fails aud needs little irrigation, tbat the Übor Is light, oheerful aud beultby, and that the reward Is grexler per acre, is certainly a great induce ment.. And then, liuiuii ds of peo ple that are unable to do hard work may tin I this a delightful antl prodtabls empluymeut " And to this we ilesif •lo ail l a few w oils from theSau Jo-e Mercury, as em bodyiug our itleas in beiiaif of Ihe po<>r man. That pap. r cone ud -h auartloson the subject: ' H.t. , then, is an invlilog a i.l for the overcrowded labor market I v all out large towns and Millions of acres of land, especially lo tlie t ■(.thill aud mourn 11111 0 on,lies, oau be had at Irom $4 to $12 per acre, that are the best of grape lands The gr«iii-rtieing busiuess, wlille one of tha largest aud most remunerative industries of iht* S ale, requires more land and cap- Its! to make It profitable lb.ll tne aver*K't poor lahnier cm couiiniiDil, but every uiuti who hts a particle of energy may own :i little vine yard and a snu;< home"— Yolo Democrat. MONTANA MEAT MARKET. THE PIONRRR MARKBT of this ol I*4 MAIN ST., KH AR FIRST. Keeps on band tbe best Beer. Ve*al. Pork.. MiiUnti, -.alt Meats and all kind, ot Meusaaee. Meats deliver* I to all pans or tba olty. A. FBAMOK. aarMai Proprietor. LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 21, 1881 i MISCELLANEOITH. j,- - I , nXSCAJBIED BY Tt PHYSICXAJffS. Ituitt plants, A Delicious and Re pealling Fruit Lozenge, Which Serves the Purpose of Fills and Disagree able Purgative Medicines. TROPIC-FKCIT LAXA TIVE is the best preparation in the world for Constipation, Biliousness, Headache, Piles and all kindred Com plaints. It acts gently, effectively, and is delicious to take. Cleansing the sys tem thoroughly, it imparts vigor to mind and body, and dispels Melancholy, Hypochondria, etc. One, (rial cmvinoej. Packed in bronzed tin boxes only. Price 25 and 60 Cts. Sold by all Druggists. HOSTETTErt nY CELEBRATES STOMACH mfW FITTERS Feeble and Sickly Persons their Titality by pursuing a course of Hosia toi's Stohiaoh Bitters, t '« inunt i opular In Vigoiant and attera i !%'<■ medintne in u>a Genernlytiabjlity, tVver Hnd ague, dyspppHln., constipation, rheumaiis " and uMi- r maladias are cmplt- oly removed by It. Auk those who litivaiibeii it what It baa done tor tn*-m. •ur Kor sit-by alt Druggists and Deal ers generally. D. DESMOND^ NOW READY, THE New Fall Style Dress Hats •ar All the lending shapes in SOFT and STIKK FKI/i' HA 18. The American Colony. Thin new oolonv for Los A-ugolea coun ty ia vow forming, to locata on the CKRRITOS KANCH Frnatlrn on San Perlr, Hay. Parties looking for a desirable location to make h>uies should see Lixene lauds beforo pur- QhMlag eisewa ;ro. far led oun go and sua i n - Colony (TMt *uU return the same day fro'u U >« \ . ; ■ • • • Kur further par tlcu ars upply to or send stamp for Col ony map, prospectus, eto, to W. K.WILL VUjKK, UaKur Block, lloom 1, Los Ange les. Oal, frteUf NEW YORK BREWERY LAUTH & STECKER (Huuoeasots ut Chris. Henne) Proprietoia the ULJrfIA£.£MT, PURMttT and MOHI BUILIiIANT J .-A ■' i. j * BE KB Booth of nan Franolsoo. Ordors .'or UtiAUGHT or promptly attenued to. Tho ualebrateU Boer from f.hla lirHwerj defies competition in thegta-to. nirft-tr PHILADELPHIA BREWERY! D. MAHLrtfKDT, Proprietor. The purest and most delicious LAGISU BtCtSii ma:iuiactured In .Southern Cali fornia. Orders lor Draught or Bottled Beer tilled ou ah-.rt notloe. OUR BEEP. IS NONPAREIL. JaltJ Evergreen Laundry. WASH I N"Q Called tor and delivered to any part ot the city, by ; J J. Phillips, Adams £ . Orders saa be left at tbe book store o Mr. Seat HaUaan, tiprtajt 84. out NEW ADVERriHEMENTS. BENT lIV THE WOH-I_r>. PERMANENT BRANCH. 148 MAIN ST. JOHN BURNS, Agent. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY CHEESEBROUQH A DREYER, PROPRIETORS. MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS. MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY, AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES A SNUFF At Wo. 30 Spring St.. opposite Court House. ,f6i MISCELLANEOUS. FARMERS, ATTENTION! I Baker & Hamilton, 13 to 19 FRONT STREET, San Franolsoo, California, Are Sole Agents for tbe following well known ' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Champion Reaper aud Mower; Genuine Buffalo Pitta Thresher; Bain Farm Wagon; J. I. Case's Celebrated Headers; Ames's Straw and Wood-Burning Engines; Star Malius Plows; Sweepstake and Eureka Hang Plows, Eto., Eto. "Jl AN UF ACTOR V I Sweepstake Plow Company, SAN LEANDRO, : : : OAL *^34th- s SHr Popular Monthly Drawing of the Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT HAOAULBT'3 THEATER, IN THE OITY OF LOUISVILLE, On Saturday July SO, 1-WbU. These drawings, occur monthly (Sun days excepted), under provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of Ken tuoky, lnoorporatiug the Newport Print lug and Newspaper Co., approved April 9,1878. ae-Thls Is a speolal act, and has never been repeated. The United States Olrcult Oourt on Maroh 81st, rendered the following deci sions. Ist—Tbat the Commonwealth Distri bution Company is legal. 3d—ite drawings are fair. Tbe Company has now on hand a large reserve fund. Road the list ol - prizes for the JULY DRAWING. 1 Prise .. 180.000 l Prise io.uiki 1 Prise _ _._ ..„._.... 6,000 10 Prises, 11000 eaeb 10.000 an Prisea, two eaeb 10,000 100 Prisea, 1100 each............. 10,000 200 Prizes, 160 each 10,000 800 Prisea, 130 each........... _ 12,0(0 1000 Prizes. ilO ea0b....... 10,(100 8 Prlsee,|3oo eaeb. Approxima tion prises.... -. 3,700 D Prises, 1200 eaob, Approxima tion prises _ 1.800 v Prizes, fioo eaob, Approxima tion prizes „ „ SCO 1960 Prises.. 1U2.M0 Whole Tickets, 82. Half Tickets, tl. 27 Tlokets, (60. 6J Tlokets, 1100. Remit Money or Baok Draft In Letter or send by Express, Don't send by reg istered letter or Posbiffloe order. Orders of 86 and upward, by Express, oan be sent at our expense. Address all order R. M. BOARDMAN. Courier-Journal building, Louisville, X y. orT. J. OOMMERFORO, SOS Broadway. New York. 06-daw WASHINGTON GARDENS. Mr. P. LOI=»EAU baa made arrange ments wltb Mr. D. V. Waldron which enable htm to announoe tbat, every Sun . day, beginning wltb Sunday, April 17th. he will give Sl.ight.of.Hana perform ances at tbls popular resort. In addition tbere will be foot-races, a .homing sal ary and other ways of amusing the pub la. A new programme every auaday. Professor Kalmbaob, Mualoal Director. Ad mission—Grown persons, too.; obil dren ISO. Bad nbaraoters excluded. ap7-lm SI 61 a eaarat aoaae. Agents wanted «las Outfit and terms free. TRUE A D„ Aoiraata.Melna. vaarltdeiwly LAWYERS. HENRY M. SMITH. T. B.BHUW.N. A. W. HUTTON. Diet. Atty. SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON Attorneyn at ' Law. OrOoe-ROOMS Nos. 01 and 92, TEM PLE block. mar u-tr J. Bronssean, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NO* 88 AND ST. BAKER BLOOK. mhStf H. id. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offlce-ROOMS T6 AND T7, TEMPLE BLOOK. mhstf JNO. 8. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVEI*. Graves & Chapman, Attorneys Ac Oouuaael lorst at Lnw, Room No. 6, Baker Blook. relit J. O. E ASTMAN, A. J. KINO, 8. HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS. Eastman, Haley, King & Robarts. Attorney* at Law, .itKU-V.-Koa.ii, i, sand 6. STRELITZ BLOCK, Spring atreet, Los Angeles. Will praotloe ln the Supreme and all State Courts. Particular attention paid to land and mining oases. . 01-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms anu 1 Duoommun a Blook. corner Mlji V Commerolal streets, Los * n eles. may7-tl KUHIN EBB CARDS. JUOSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 18 and 14, McDonald Blook, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. teptstf PHINEAS BANNING, hORWARDING AND COMMISSIO WTLM INGTON, Los Angelea county, Oal. Vessels lowed, goods lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. oo7tr H. NEWMARK t% CO., Wholesale Grocere. Dealer lv Wool, Grain, Hides. 11, 13 Al6 LOS ANOELES T. 3eBtf 0. E. BROWN. W. K. MORFORD. MORFORD A BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE QROVES, VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOX BALE. —UJOr — Commission Merchants. Dealers ln Wool, Grain and Live Stock Corner Spring- and Temple Streets, aus-am Los Angeles, Cal. Santa Monica Bakery LOUIS EBINGER, proprietor of the Spring atreet Bakery, announoes to the people of Santa Monica that he baa es tablished a Bakery, where they can be supplied with BREAD, PIE 3, CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS. jsMtr J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner or First and Fort streets. star-Buggies, spring wagons and saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day tt.no Two horses and nprlng wagon, a day. 2 60 Horse and bugg} , per d>,y.................. 2.60 Ball a day _ „_„_ „ I.M airBATIBFAOTT"V GUARANTEED. .mi ICE! Opposition loe Oo'a Office—COßNEß TURNER and ALAMEDA STS., or Helna.maa A Ellis'. No. 7a Main St. ■STPrloe, PER POUND (a living and not a losing prloej. Contrasts will b. k.p t to the letter. JOHN F. SWEENEY, J Utf Agent Mountain lee Companies. PHYSICIANS. Dr. J. 8. Griffin, UP-STAIRS CITT OF PARIS BUILD -ISU, SPRING STB HI IST. Offloe hours-9 to 11 A. St., Ito 3 ana 7to Bf. k. aerKesldenoe— EAST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST. Jy6tf H. S. OBKE, M. D., Saryeon and Pny«lolan Offloe—NO. 74 MAIN ST., Lanfranoo Blook. Resldenoe—No. 238 Spring street. ap2B 3m Dr. Joseph Kurtz Saa removed his offloe to Rooms 28, 27 and 80 Baker Blook. ■7"Eye and ear diseases treated with tbe oare olaip cola list. apBS Dr. N. P. RICHARDBON, PUyaUoism and furiroon Offloe and Residence, Fort Hill, Bnena Vista street. J. HANNON, M. D., rO'TJNTV PHYSICIAN, MASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS. Kesldenoe, Cosmopolitan Hotel, i street. „ . Offloe hours from 10 to 12 A. M.i from 1 to 4 P. M. ap2o-tf J. W. HOLLINCSWORTH, DKNTIBT. Rooms 8 and 4, oVer City of Parts store, riprlng Street. Ja.7 8m J. H. BURKS, IDZEHSTT I S T. Offloe ln new Olty of Paris building. SOT Dental Work at Eastern Prlees.-W j. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNER OF Alameda and Flrat Streets DBAXJEBS IU DOORB, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT RhDUCED PRICES -ii- Perry, Wood worth * Co.'s LUMBER YABDB -in — PLANING MILLS, Ho. IS commercial stress*, near ■Bllraaul imismx. sartO-tf- H.BLOTTERBECK 77 jVtain Street. Cunt, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition. Cutlery, ...AMD. HPORTING GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Also a One SHOOTING GALLERY. BEPAIHINO OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY. sl»tf POR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER TBS Los Angeles Infirmary AND GROUNDS FOR SALE. Tbe grounda are highly Improved and contain a large number or bearlnf or ange, lemon and deciduous (rait trees. am For terms apply on the promises. Ja7if ZLnTOTIOIE To Grain Shippers. All grain arriving her. by rail or teams consigned to tbe undersigned for ship ment will be stored FREE FOR FIVE DAYS. All grain remalhlng ln my possession or a longer time will be charged for a tbe rate of 75 cents per ton, besides lighterage. PHINEAS BANNING. Wilmington, Jan- IKHI. d7tr Christy & Wise. AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS I And OOMMTS«ION MERCHANTS for th. aale ot Wool. Hid... Tallow. Grain, Live Slook, ate. Also, Wool Bags, Twine, Dipt and all Ranch Supplies furnl.bed oustomnra at lowest rAtes. 607 FRONT nr., between lu.is.aon and t Pai'lfle, SAN FRANCISCO. r LOS ANGELES OFFICH. • WMm 1 AHOAPIA BLOCK. , / MONEY TO LOAN ton real estate seen rttr Mis* rates aad do tqmtalHMs •fearge* Address P, o. BobM, slip. «• LIN EH OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. OOODALU PBRKINB * 00., UKN KRAL AUBINTB. SAN FRANCISCO. San Franolsoo and Los Angeles. SCHEDULE FOB JULY. Coming South Oolug Nerth if yf 3 R a *i i it Orlsaba.... July 1 July 3 July 6 July 8 Ancon .. 7 .. 9 .. i] is Oritaha.-. " 12 " M " M " i* Ancon. " 17 •■ 1» '• 31 " 3» Onsaba.... " 22 ■' 24 '• 28 " 28 \nc0u...... "37 "23 " 31 Aug 3 Orlsaba... Aug ■ Aug 3 Aug 6 •' 7 Both steamiblps oall at Port Rariord < San LulsOblapo land Santa Barbara. The Company reserves the right ' o change the steamers or their days of sailing. OHANOE OF HOUR. aarPasseagers lor San Franolsoo take tbe train lor Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at 10:60 o'clock A.M., Los Angeles time. Los Angeles and San Diego THE STaAMBBB Orlsaba and Anoon. Leave saa tedro 'or sen Dieao July 3. 9.14,13,21,3», and Augusta Passsngars take tbe train that leaves Los Angelas for Wilmington at I.4SF. at., Los Angeles time. Rates of Fare from Us Angeles. Cabin, steerage. To San Franolsoo 316 oo 110 W To Port Harf0rd.................. 13 00 9 00 To Santa Barbara S 00 • 00 To San Diego 8 00 3 00 Plans or steamers' cabins at asent'soaioa, where berths may be secured. FOR WAY PORTS. Tbe steamer Los Angeles leaves San Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San Franolaoo every Friday, calling at way ports. The steamer Newport, Piumm.rcom manuer, runs b- tween sau Fraaiuiaoo and Newport Landing, oalllna at Santa Civs San Buenaventura, Hueneme, Han Pedro, and Anaheim ijaudlns, for combustibles, way fielght and passen gers, leatlag Han Franolsoo about every ten days, as tlaes serve on the Newport bar. For Passage or Freight as above.or for tickets to and from ■astern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H. If oLELLAN, Agent. Offloe, No. 68J Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Loa Angel b. 8. Pa R a Re —COMMENCING. Sunday, May Ist, 1881, And until further notloe, TRAINS* Will leave LOS ANOBLBS as follows I B.nn A. M—DAILY-S.F. Atlantic Bz •UU press (Or Yuma (Colorado River xieau>ers), Maricopa (PreaooltJ, Cut Oranae, (Florence;, luoson, Benson, (Tombstone), Demlng, N. M. (for A. T. and S. F. H. R.) and Rogers (ioru.iP.soJ. 8. * F A M.—DAILY— San Franolsoo .a}o Through Freight and Third uimm Accommodation train. 9 .0H A - M.-DAILY-Vla L. A. * L ,0U R. B.—Local Passenger train u> santa Monica. in.qC A M.—DAIL V—Local passenger lUiOU train to Wilmington. 2 .0fl f ' M.—DAILY-Bzoept Suuday .oU Looai passenger train to Col ton. 3,4 ft P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger •t>U train to Wilmington. 4.m p- M.-DAILY-Looal Passenger ,011 train to Anaheim and Santa Ana (sau Diego.) s.fin5 .fin P. FXOEPTED— •UU via L. A.tl R. R. Lo*"!, Pas senger Train to Santa Monloa. (On Sun day tbla train will leave at 1:90 P. M ) S.ICP. V —DAILY-Ezpress for San al3 Franolaoo, conneotlng at Latbrop with trains ol the Central Paciflo Rail road lor the Bast, 7 •sIC p - M.-DAILY-S. P. Emigrant • *f9 Train for Yuma. Tucson and Denting (A. T. A S. F. X R.) A. N. TOWNE, General Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN, Oeaeral Pasaeng.r and Tlokat Ag*b E. E. HEWITT, Assistant superintendent.. Los Angelee. BEE RANCH FOR SALE. HIT U ATE D EIGHT MIXES FROM LOM ANGELES, With two dwell. nf houses, btra, ohiok on-hoaieo and hooey bouse; plenty ol aood mountatn wii-r broafot io tbe Doueee In pipes; c largo stock or Italian bees, ln the most Improved stylo ol hives, totether with all tbe uppune naoces Deoessary lbr tbe use and opera tion of the bee buslDeee. >or farther panleula.-s Inquheat 118 Main streot, or address F. O. box M 6, Los Asffelea, Cal jals.tr Capitol Bakery Attn CONFECTIONERY, SHRnsra ST., bslow the PestotSoe. asrWBDDXNO OA3CBS AND FANOY OAKBS of all style, always on hand. , say* ATTRACTIVE NOVBLTIBB for ; the Holidays. «tva at* a eatt. erMat H. SOBUMAOHJia NO. 140 BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' « MERCHANTS BANK Of Loa Angeles. CAPITAL... 800.000 OO Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO I* C. OOODWIN Vl«s»r*2Us John mti iaaj-rnir BOAJU) OF DIMOTOBa. L. o. Oooowns. A.OLAatataV Phil. Sanrira. 3oitlaMh Ksobaag. for aale oa NEW YORK, LONDON, DT» UN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, and BERLIN. Rsoelve Deposit* mi Ism Tksfe CerHflootee. mra* and Sad LEGAL TENDERS, GOVKRN ** MENT, STATE, OOTJNTY, AND OTTY BONDS. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANL MAIN BTHRT Los Angela* *3» Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000 H. L. maonbil. Z^imVtm OiaKOTOBB. B. M. Wzsa sr. Bay and a»ll ezobange on Sao riaaaiaai Receive money on open aoooant ana Oat. ilnceie or i.poalV; aoddo oanking and axohanga hnslaass FIRST NATIONAL BANK OB* LOU ANGELES FBSBIDBST J. E. BOLUnBBn 0 ASH IBS b. T. BPBSOI oßlf SOCIETY NOTICES. Meson lo Wot toe. /W\ n'rst MONDAY "".^"'farSu^. . ' »• Member, of Pealal. pha. No. 303, and all Master Meawnsla good standlus are oordislly Invited. By order of tbe W:-M:- Ohas. Smith. Beereiarr. ©Knlgbtojit PyUilei. ,„ 7 m |a!S^s?o^?ffi Downev Blook. All eojoomlaaKaSfif In good .landing are rordlaJlytartlwL Los angeies Ne. SS, Ms- Ai. ~ ».i Staled moatlnna a*. \/> d 7X ». n. ai MasoaloHaX laaf Vai Sojourning mm nan Maillis rQCI a. w. YdelmaS .b» r. 1 I Bam. laaaaaaS Beereiarr. TEMPLAR t£&£*Casr Hill fli Holds 1M stated oonelavoa at tha Aam lata In Masonle Hall, oa thithlrS rHCRSDAY ol each month, at TH oiSS good •l^?M , a^oofdffiy*in r T |^ , tta* tend. By order of tbe B". o*. J. 0. Ijrrijrimjs.' Kooordor. * * Ul asaslet Cornell Hm. ||, RmbJ aaf Select Natters, F. • A. ■„ Holds lta stated assemblies oa Us* Sea Monday ol eaeb month at MasoatoUtt. .n JO r. a. sojourning i«a a.g.iH svasrena. •a.i.e.ejr SJtJßfPeaob weak .1 7* c eJoei —. looming brethren la aejat standing are oordlally Invll*U. A. FaAaa. B. B. '• ,tW ' X ' EAGLE CORPS, N. 6. C Regular ra..'lrjgs at armory, trataa Hall, every Friday evenina atte'eloak. * W. H. H. fiUSSkLL, _ . _ _ Oaptain Conimaadlaf. 0. A. KctlUi, First Sergeant. Jett-U Confidence Engine Cuspsny No. I. eSB Law o'eioek By order. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETIML The Annual Me.tlng of the lUskaaK) J er» ol th. r armere* ana MerekeaW (ttalt orixw AngclM. wUI be h.ld at Ue Baak : Bolldiof, oa WEDN CSDAT. iWt STS. 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