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lUtied every morning except Mon day, — BT — ~ <>>-;H:r»n 13. LYNCH. I TERMS FOR DAILY HERALDS | 'er annum, by mull or express SW 'tlx months " " J Three months " 1 a Delivered by carriers, por week !M <wnt« OS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD in published every Saturday morning. TERMS. One year,by mull or expreas,one copy..(DUO BU months, '■ " " " •••} <E Throe " " " " "•-.100 Advertisements Inserted »t reanoTinble HUM, All Itlnd. ot Job.WorK done ta Compete wltb Hsu Frnuctscn Hi Prlce.Ntyle, anil Klea-nßur Worlw mnuititD. Late Telegrams. ■ nit Aft-Hlnat I.lit >• ! - -Killed b» Sirw. X -.. fiincoiuen San Fbanoisco, July , 21—The Alta mlit ■ (ik Company, of Arizona baa brought suit against ex-Con gressman Lultrell to recover $87, --000. Tbe complaint alleges mat ' Lultrell, during bis Superinle' - dency of tbe mine, received $30,00:1 wbioh he failed to turn over to the Company, aud also got $7,000 from ' ore reduced, which he appropriated to his own use , ' Michael McKenna died this | morning from the effects of a pistol I shot wound inflicted by police . officer Dunn a few doysaijo, during / a drunken row between Dunn aud f another officer, in which MeKeuuu interfered. ' The Bullion levies an assessment f of sixty cents. Lntvat friuii (lift Mioh Boinit, Washington, July 21st.— The President's wound is granulating now and shows a healthy process of bealing. . The fever bas reached its lowest point. In n few weeks tbe President will be able to lake a sea voyage. One hundred and tifty men are at work fitting up tile Tallapoosa to take tbe President when be is well enough. It is ex pected that tbe President and fanii ly wIM fie able to go on tbe 15 Ii nf August. A swinging bunk is be ing provided for the Presldeut. bulletin. Executive Mansion, 11 p. m — The President has improved stead ily all day uud his condition to night is in every way satisfactory Ho has takeu rather more than tlie usual amount of liquid nourish Blent, but hss been allowed no solid food since the manifestation of gastric disturbance ou Mnnd»y except toast saturated wltb the juice of roast beef or steak,- His afternoon fever, which o<tne on late to-day, was very light and bas, at tbls hour, nearly abated. The us ual quantity of sulphate of mor phia was ailmiuistered bypoderm .'jully this evening, and Ihe patient Is now sleeping. All bi9symptoms are as favorable as could be desired, X OOlnial Bulletin. Executive Mansion, July 21— 8:80 A. m!— I he President has bad a good night, aud is doing excellent ly this morning. Pulse, 88; tem perature, 98; respiration, 18. D. VV. Bliss and others. A Bruin KneM|«ea Lyuoitii.ir, CHICO, July 21. —A. J. Crum, who was brutally assaulted and kicked iv tbe head on Tuesday, near Cbico, died this morning at 1 o'clock. Yesterday afternoon, when it became known that lie was gradually sinking and was uot expected to recover, tbere Was a strong fee*tiug among tlie citizens to take tbe man Nookee from the lockup and give hlin it taste of lynch law, but Constable Taue and Marsha! Rundel put heavy Irons on bim aud took him In a buggy toOrovllle to the county Jail. oniu Tfinpniaatin owaiwasiea, Cincinnati, 0., July .21.—1n tbe Temporauce Convention let ters were read from Governor Fos ter and Attorney-General Nusti in answer to luquiries. Foister de nied tbat he bad opposed tempei auoe, but believed, under tbe pres ent constitution, the looai option measures as to licence, taxation and liquor selling were unconstitu tional. The best and only way it seem'd was to remit the whole question to the people us tbe Re publican platform adviee-l. Nosh wrote similarly. Tbe Convention nominated a full State ticket beaded by A. R. Lutellow for Gov ernor. ' Mail Have n i.f TliMUhatltriuu. St. Louis, Mo., July 21 The Republican's Texas special ex presses unmeasured indignation that the Governor has refused to co-operate for a thanksgiving cay because of Garfield's reoovery. Democrats and Republicans alike oondemn the act as indecent am insulting to tbe patriotism n Texas. The Mayor of Waco will issue a proclamation to-morrow calling ou the Mayors of other cities to confer witb birn in ar ranging a day of thanksgiving. N.w aleaieau adod'lmms, Las Vegas. N. M., July 21.—A (Jatette Giovn tta special this af ternoon says Frank McPherson shot aod killed a Mexic an unmet Romeres und another, name on known. Cause, quarrel over a tie contract. Tbe murderer escaped A Silver City, N. M., specie says that ou Monday night S Har vey, cook at the hotel, kloaed the Chinese dishwasher, Tbe latte complained to tbe Deputy Marsha wbo immediately went to tbe bo tel to arrest Harvey, who asked to see tbe papers. Tbe Marshal in stantly ordered bim to follow bim and Harvey not heeding was sho dead. Los Angeles Daily Herald. SOUTHERN MINES. New Mimag Intireiu iv Southern OtUfornia Sketohad. [From the Sac. Record-Umou.) One of the niost noticeable ohanges lv the business outlook of -southern California has been the steady unci hopeful developemeut of iti mining interests. Wheu John Mtiir took a walk through Ibe Sun Gabriel range, some three years ago, he called it it miner's country, and repotted it us tbe most difficult mountaineering be had ever ultempted. During tho following year he mado a careful compmlsou of the geological condi tions of this section witb those of Nevada uud Utah, which, when published, will form a most Valuable contribution to the compare live geology of the Padflo slope. From my windows I fnllow Ihe line of the range Irom Santa Mouica to San Bernardino, the richly forested fouut.uiu of un told Wealth iv orchards and vine yaids. Nearly the whoie of tlie Sierra Madre is a bare, rocky rum part, - relieved only by patches of chaparral; yet without doubt bold' In,; lv its foi bidding canyons the fortunes of the future. It is full of spriDgs, and there is still a consider ablesupuiy of timber within reach of the wag n trails. Pluo.tr gold has been found in tho S.in Qabriel cauvon, and - several valuable do posits of ore have been worked within the limits of L » Angelei county. Ab I intend lo make Sil verado the subject of a special let ter, I will not stop todtsoribe it here. 'i'he northwestern part of Stu Bernardino onuuty Is one vast ma;-1 of broken VOLCANIC RANGES One hundred-miles long by as many lv width,mieJ SJ destitute of any other knot of natural wealth tbau Ihe pr'eoious metals tbat tit) permanent mining settlement has ever been made. Here ihe Aim. --g z -~ Potosi and otber mints mu.:h talked of let) years Bit", have suh tained v fetble life under inllniie difficulties Tbey are no doubt, capable of profltab c development) some laiely-ieauriecied mines are now ylei'lin-j noli leiuius. Tbe subierntneaii fotcjs Which once lined oceiu-beds, or laterdopped ihe plains below Ibo present sea level, as in the great Death valley, »re not yet quieted. Cones of ex tinct voloaoi c-", hot mud'-tprings ami sulphur ileposils intfiuale muie recent voloan o ucllnn tban in tbs morn northern CJunties. The soutliern.uud southeastern gfcoftlom of our State present the mo-t inter-* estlng seieiitilit! problems at every turn. Tbe peaks of [yno, clml in perpetual snow, a m ist overlook tbe Armagi ■* SartarU'i wbei o Jan urai'y lomperatura Is 9j° There Is Do water for man or t-e*st, though tbe surface is a m d by ancient lies! c • , ai d Uriible waier-spotits sume imei luriotv iho btnks. The people who could bo-jon eat to S3 - ile ilown in tbe gold gravels i f ihe TeleiO>re District, would oolomte "Hades" itself. NEW MINING' DISTRICTS. Hut • lie new mining districts nf Ben Bernardino couuty are neither difficult af access nor uninviting tor liuman habitation. Within thirty-live milesofSiti Bernurlino one lusy drive for a whole day under the shade of pines, where water la abundant, ami where the Mnrinnna found pay dirt in 1862. The Touio-Chl tin mines ore wltlnu forty ml las Of that yrest ftuit gar den, which ten years hence will send millions of tons of canned fruils to ail parts of tho world. I hear that the mining capitalist stir named the Lucity, ami other oper ators, have • claims in the Bear valley region. Auriferousgravel und placer gold was discovered over thirty yesrs ago on Lyttle creek, within two hours' drive of San Bernardino, und all along the Csjou Pass me olti marks of the pick and shovel, made by the wandering Jews of the mining industry. One cannot but picture to oneself the probable re* stilt Aod Ihe Minmnns made their New Jerusalem in the B »v Bernai dino valley, us tbey were fortu nately prevented from doing. Very probably, bad this occurred, the Southern Pacific would have beeu the only irjn rnuuway across the continent. ' Likely enough theso mountains would ere this have been houey-conibed like Da vidson, and a Mezlcan-Moim in civilization slumped itself lneuV Ci-ahly upon the fairest portion of God's country. As it Is, we arc thankful th >t the blossoming of the Mohave desert Is confided to otber hands. That this letter may be more specific than general iv lis interest, let me tell what I know ot the newly developed SILVER MOUNTAIN MINING DIS TRICT, Iv Ban Bernardino county. We will take v oovered wagon from Los Angeles, und wilh a good pair of horses one daj's drive will take us to Cueamougu, where we will oamp for the night. Our Hecond oinp may be within (lie limits of the ilistriot, but we will take the C ijoti pass more leisurely, and re serve our visit to tbe mines for the third day. The Bilver Mountain miniß are about fifty miles iioilh east of Colton, nearly on the di rect line of the Atlantic uml Pscif io railroad, and v few miles south of the Cottonwood station ou the old Ban Bernardino road. The Mobave river, taking » horseshoe bend, nearly enclro'es ihe ueit of min.s on the west und south. A year ago Hit solitude 'Vus unbroken fmm tbe ilver to the timber line, which »/e to SOtuM twehiy-five miles oh. Blnce then the Oro Grande, Bide Winder, Garfield, Pcglnto, Oro Fino, and Buena Vista have been surveyed and lo cated,and a two-stamp mill erected, In which themes of the Oro Grande are reduced. Tbe company, con sisting of Dr. Conger, Messrs. Markham and Hallnota, of Pasa dena, and several well known hos Angelesaun, went quietly to work, ■toured titles to ad these mines, constructed a dam aoross the Mo have, ball. . ditch 14,250 feet long, LOS ANGELES. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 22. 1881. with 9UO feet of Homing, obtained all the wood tbey wunted ou tbe low bottom hinds of the river, set up tbelr mill and crushers, and have now one of the most promis ing milling propel ties iv tho Statu, which ihe railroad* will bring al' most to their doors. The Oro Oraudo is six or seven miles from the mill; Ihe learns delivering ore to the mine return loaded with water ami limber. The air Is purs and bracing, tlie altitude being about 3,700 feet above eet level. Theie is a good boarding-house, store, a school-housd and a numtier of dwelling houses alreudy built, aud as tlie otber mines are de veloped a series of mining villages will dot tho plain, I have taken tho Oro Graude us a representative case, without prejudice to olhtr equally IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS Of treasure In the desert. Forty miles from the Oro Grande Is a very rich silver initio owned by Waterman, whose health re»ort OU Bernar.iino is well known to many ofyopr readers. Oo ProvidsQae mountain they uro taking nut na tive silver. The old rule nee ins to hold good, "Look on tire east, for silver, ou the west, for gold." This Is noticeable all the woy to Kern oounty, and on the east of the Sierra Nevada also. Bough, friable, coarse-grained porphyry constitutes the "eoutry" rock inclosing the ore body in these mines. This is interspersed witb beds and seams of silicate of mig nesia, which tome times assays Irom S3 to $26 ptt ton In gold There la no coarse g >ld. Steps aie now being luken to avoid the loss in tailings, which is still very con siderable. There is one advnntage Wbl.oh the Mohave mining interest posses over other regions. Devel oped to the utmost, these mines cannot become' a curse to Ihe agri culture of ibe smiling valleys be low. Iv the past uges, when these n were enriched by de posits of precious metals, the rivers found subterranean passages. There is nothing ill tho desert which mining debris can haim. Nuture made roids nud graded them so easily that you may drive Carriages to any of tbe mines; and man bas ovefOoms the other obsta cles to Uieir profitable develop msnt J, C.C I'asadkna (Los Angeles Co.), July lOtli MISCELLANEOUS. \ eHESOHTBED BY JJ> * I'U YSICIANR. ; Prepared Xj tropical fruits ftnd P'* ll *** •A. Delicious and Re- ' greshing Fruit Lozenge, Which Serves the Purpose of Fills and Disagree able Furgative Medicines. TROPIC-FKI'IT LAXA TIVE is the best preparation in the world for Constipation, Biliousness, Headache, Piles and all kindred Com plaints. It acts gently, effectively, und is delicious to take. Cleansing the sys tem thoroughly, it imparts vigor to mind and body, and dispels Melancholy, Hypochondria, etc. ons trial convinces. Packed in bronzed tin boxes only. Price 25 and 60 Cts. Sold by all Druggists. D. DESMOND, NOW READY, THE. New Fall Style Dress Hats •WAll the lending shapes m BOOT and STiFlf FKI,T HATB. The American Colony. This new colony for Los Angeles coun-* ly is uovv fortnlug, to locate ou the KAIVCH HVnntln* on San Pedro Buy. Parties look! i : Tor a dealrable tnoaMon to make h mi-a should sue the*e lands before pur- Oh.stiij etHHWhure. I'.tr :o. can go and » *■■ tiiti Coiouy ii-i't. <iud return the same day from IV>« Angeies. Vor further par tlou'urs apply to or send stamp for Col ony in ip, pnispeirtua, eto. to W. E.VVIL.L- M i tit-., liuker Block, Koom 1, Jjos Auge ion, Oal. i.'ji f Evergreen Laundry. WASHI Galled Tot and delivered to any port of the city, by J J. Philliva, Adams V . Orders oca be tart at the book store o Mr. aw Hellman, Sarins St. OU.I 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T<| /V TTTGS SEWING V J-i^3mACH,NES BEST llf THE PERMANENT BRANCH; 148 MAIN BT. ' OSJtr " JOHIN Agent. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY CHEESEBROUGH <St DREYER, PROPRIETORS. MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS. MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY, AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTEB, PIPES & SNUFF , At Wo. 39 Spring St.. opposite Court House. ,Wi MISCELLANEOUS. | FARMERS, ATTENTION!! I Baker & Hamilton, 18 to 19 FRONT STREET, San Franolsoo, California, ire Solo Agents for the following well known AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Champion Reaper and Mower; Genuine Buffalo Pitts Thresher; Bain Farm Wagon; J. I. Case's Celebrated Headers; Ames's Straw and Wood-Burning En jj inns; Htar Molina flows; Sweepstake and Eureka Hang Plows, Kin., Eto. MANUFACTORY: Sweepstake PlowOorjipauy, SAM LEANDRO, : j .: CAL «£*34th'?a* Popular Monthly Drawing of tbe Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT MAOAULEY'S THEATEH, IN THE CITY OF I.OUISVILLE, On Saturdar July SO, IWeJI. These drawings, occur monthly (Sun days excepted), under provisions of an Act of tue General Assembly of Ken tucky, incorporating the Newport Print ing aod Newspaper Co., approved April 8.1878. 1.0 This Is a special act, and bas never beeu repealed. Tho united States Otroult Oourt on March 31st, rendered tho following deci sions. I Ist—That the Commonwealth Distri bution Company Is legal. 2d—lts drawings are fair. Tbe Company has now ou hand a large reserve fund. Kead the list ol , prises for tho JULY DRAWING. , 1 Prize ...130,000 1 1 Prise ™ 10,01)0 1 Prise „ 6,1X10 10 Prises, 81000 eaoh 10.000 30 Prizes, 8600 oach„ 10,000 ' 100 Prizes, $100 each - 10,000 •200 Prizes, $60 eaoh _ 10,000 WX> Prizes, $20 eaoh 12,000 1000 Prizes, $10 eaoh „. 10,000 i 9 Prizes, $300 each, Approxlma. 1 tiou prises _ 2,700 0 Prizes, $200 eaoh, Approxima tion prizes , IJjOO t 0 Prizes, $100 each, Approxima tion prizes SCO ' UOO Prizes 4112,400 Whole Tickets, $3. Hair Tickets, 81. 27 Tlokets, $60. 6S Tickets, $iuo. Romlt Money or Bank Draft ln Letter or send by Express, Don't send by reg istered letter or Postofflce order. Orders ' of $5 and upward, by Kxpress, oan be sentatonr expense. Address all order to R. M. BOARDMAN. Courtei-Journnl building, Louisville, Ky. , orT. J. COMMKRFORD, 8e» Broadwsy, ; New York. nS-dAw ' WASHINGTON GARDENS. I Mr. l\ bas made arrange ments with Mr. P. V. Waldron which enable htm to announce that, every Hun " day, beKinnlag with Sunday, April 17tb, he will give Slelght-of-Hana perform amie.4 at this popular resort. In addition there will be foot-raoet, a shooting sal ary and otber ways of amusing the pub lo. A new programme every etunday. Professor Kalmbaob, Mugloftl Director. admission—Grown persons, Wo.; chil dren 150. Bad oharsoten excluded. ftpMra tjfe 1 O m s»r« noma. Agents wanted LAWYERS. HENRY M. SMITH. T. ii. BROWN, i A. W. HUTTON. Uiht. Atty. I SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON Attorney** fit Lav. Office-800 MS Nos. ttl unci 92, TEM PLE BLOCK. Oar 11-tf J. Bronssean, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOS. SO AND S7, BAKER BLOCK mbatr H. a. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offlne-ROOMS 7« AND 77, TEMPLE BLOOK. mbatf JNO. H. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES, Graves & Chapman, Attorneys «!to CoUuhcl locs at w. Room Nu. 6, Baker Blook. (ellt J. Q. KASTMAN, A. J. KINO, 3. HALEY, JOHN ROBARTB. Eastman, Haley, King & Bobarts. Attorneys at Law. OFFICE—Nos. 3,1,5 and 6. BTRELITZ BLOCK, Spring street, Los Aniceles. Will praotloe in the Supreme and all State Courts. Particular attention paid to land and mining 01-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms aaul Ducommun's Block, oorrjer Ma.n • Commercial streets, Los ' " el9s. may7-tl BUSINESS CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 and 11, MoDouald Blook, MalnHt., LOB ANGELES, Cal. aepMM PHINEAS BANNING, t-ORWAROING AND COMMISSIO -A-O-EIsTT, WILMINGTON, Los Angeles oonnty.Oal. Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. OO7U H. NEWMARK & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer In Wool, Grain, Hides, 11, 13 &16 LOS ANUELEB T. :ieBl.f C. E. BROWN. W. E. MORFORD. MORFORD & BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR SALK. ALSO, Commission Merchants. Dealers in Wool, Grain and Livestock Corner Spring and Temple Streets, au3-3m Los Angeles, Cal, Santa Monica Bakery LOUIS EBINGER, proprietor of the Spring stroet Bakery, announces to the people of Santa Monica that he has es tablished a Bakery, where they can be supplied with BREAD, PIES, CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS. j«28ll J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES. Near corner oi' First and Fort streets. ear-Buggies, spring wagons aud saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day 53."0 Two horse, and nprlng wagon, a day. 2.50 Horse and bugg}, per day h........... 2.60 Hall a day „... >_ _ 1.60 aa-HATISFACXIOK GUARANTEED sßtf ICE! Opposition la* Go's Office—COßNEß TURNER and ALAMEDA STB., o Helnaeman <% Bills'. No. 71 Main Bt teTPrtee, a-. FEB POUND (a llvtm and not a losing pries). Contrasts wii be kept to tie letter. JOHN F. SWEENEY, J iatf agent Mean tain lee Oempanlu. PHYSICIANS. Dr. J. S. Griffin, UP-STAIRS CITY OF PARIS BUILD ING, SPRING STREET. Office hours-9 to It a. to 3 aud 7to 8 p. w. mr-Resldenoe-EAST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST, ) ytitt H. S. ÜBME, M. 1)., Surgeon and Ptiysloian Office—NO. 74 MAIN ST., Lanfranco Block. Residence—No. 239 Spring Street. ap2B-8m Dr. Joseph Kurtz Has removed his office to Booms 23, 27 and 30 Baker Block. •Vfcye and ear diseases treated with the care of a sp ecla list. ap22 Or. N. P. RICHARDSON, Physloiun and furgcon Offloe and Residence, Fort Hill, Buena Vista street. J. UANNON, M. D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN. MASOAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS. Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel, l street. „ Office hours from 10 to 18 A, M.: from 1 to 4 P. M. apaO-tf J. W. HOL, LINGS WORTH, DENTIST. Rooms 8 and 4, over City of Paris store. Spring Street. Jaa7 3m j. 11. BURKS, DENTI S T. Office in new Olty of Paris building. ear-Dental Work at Eastern Prloes.-wa J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNER OP Alameda and First Streets num in DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETO. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES — AT — Perry, Woodworth A Co.'s LUMBER YARDS - ABU — PLANING MILLS, Ho. 1. Commercial street, neat Hllroi! Pepo*. nirHO-tf- H. BLOTTER BECK 77 IWLain Street. Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery, AND ...... . NPORTING GOODS OK ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Also a hue SHOOTING UAI.I.KKV. UEPAIRING OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY, ijftf FOR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER THE Los Angeles Infirmary AND GROUNDS FOR SALE. The grounds are highly Improved and contain a large number of bearing or ange, lemon and deolduous fruit trees. ear For terms apply on the premises. MTU NOTICE To Grain Shippers. All grain arriving here by rail or teams consigned to the undersigned for ship ment will be stored FREE FOR Fl VB DAYS. All grain remaining ln my possession or a longer time will be charged for a the rate of 75 oents per ton, besides lighterage. PHINEAS BANNING. Wilmington. Jan.. 1881, <Ttf Christy & Wise. , AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS i > And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for tbe sals of Wool, Hide., Tallow, drain. Live Stook, etc. Also, Wool Buga, Twine, lun anil all Ranoh Supplies furui*hM customers at lowest rates. •07 FHONT ST.. between iHokson and . PaelSo. SAN FKAM CISCO. r LOS ANGELES OFFICE. • W-lrn 1 ABO APIA SLOCK. g MONEY TO LOAN Oa reel aetata aeoarrtr M|tow rate, aad ehMiea. O. LINES OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. QOODALL, PERKINS A OU., IiKN ERAL AGENTS. SAN FRANCISCO. 1 San Franolaoo and Los , Angeles. • SCHEDULE FOR JULY. I Coming south Doing North fl 4 5 S BTBAMBBS 2.J &S ft* J ? f || Orizaba.... July 1 July 8 July 6 July 8 Ancon •' 7 " 9 •• 11 •' IS Orizaba.... " 12 " 14 " 18 « JS Ancon '■ 17 " 19 " 21 " S8 Orizaba.... " 22 " 24 " 28 " SB anoon "27 "28 " SI Aug 2 | Orizaba... Aug 1 Aug S Aug 6 " T Both .teamthlpa eail at Port Hartord (SanLulaOblapo)and Santa Barbara. The Company reserves the right ' o obange the steamers or their days ef galling. CHANGE OF HOUR. •a-Passengers for San Franolsoo take the train for Wilmington that leave. Los Angeles at 10:S0 o'olook A. M„ Loe Angeles time. Los Angeles and San Diego THE BTBAMBBS Orizaba and Anoon. Leave San Pedro for San Diego July 3. 9,14,19,24,29, and August 3. Passengers take the train that leaves Loe Angele. for Wilmington at 8,46 p. a., Lo. Angeles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles. Cabin. Steerage. To San Franolaoo ...115 00 no 00 To Port Harford 12 00 9 00 To Santa Barbara 8 00 8 00 To San Diego 8 00 8 00 Plans of steamers' cabins at agent'sotnoe, where bertha may be secured. FOR WAY PORTS. The steamer Los Angeles leave. Ban Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for Ban Franolsoo every Friday, calling at way ports. The steamer Newport, Plummer com mander, runs between San Franolaoo and Newport Landing, calling at Santa Cruz, San Buenaventura, Bueneme, San Pedro, and Anaheim Lauding-, for combustibles, way freight and pasieu gers, leaving San Franclsoo about every ten days, as tides serve on the Newport bar. for Passage or Freight aa above, or for tickets to and from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H.MoLELLAN, Agent. Offloe, No. 66} Main ■treat, over the Commercial Rank, Loa Angel a. S. P. R. R. COMMENCING Sunday, May Ist, 1881, And until farther notloe. 1 TRAINN will leave LOS ANGELES aa follows: 8, ajl A. M.—DAILY—S.P. Atlantic Bx •UU press for Yuma (Colorado River •.teamers), Maricopa (Preacott), Case Grande, (Florenoe), Tuoson, Benson, (Tombstone), Demlng, N. M. (for A. T. and S. F. R. R.) and Rogers (lorEl Paao). 8, / r A. M.—DAILY— Ban Francisco ,H0 Through Freight and Third ulae. Accommodation train. 9 .Qfl A. M.-DAILY-Via L. A. *1. ,0U K. R.—Local Passenger train to uanla Monica. W.QC A M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger 'OO tram to Wilmington. 2 .0n P. M.—DAlLY—Except Sunday— ,OU Looai passenger train to Col ton. 3 .Qfl P. M.—DAILY—Looai Passenger •OU train to Wilmington. 4. Cfl v - M.-DAILY—LocaI Passenger ,3U train to Anaheim and Santa Ana (San Diego.) s.fin5 .fin P- M—SUN DAYS EXCEPTED— .UU v ia L. A. AI.R. R. Local, Pas senger Train to Santa Monica. (On Sun day tall train will leave at 8:50 P. M.) 5. IE P' —DAlLY—Express for Ban .10 Franclsoo, connecting at Lalhrop with trains ol the Central Pacific Rail road lor the East, 7 .JSC p - M.-DAILY-S. P. Emigrant .a|o Train for Yuma, Tucson and uanimg (A. T. A s. F. R R.) A. N. TOWNE, General Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Tleket Ag't. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent., Los Angelea. BEE RANCH FOR SALE, SITUATED EIGHT MILES PROM LOS ANGELES, Wltli two dwelling houses, barn, oblok* on-nouses and honey ho«se; plenty ol pood mountain water brougbt to tho Eoussb In pipes; a large stook of Italian bees, tn the most improved style ot hives, together with all tbe appurte • nances neoessary for the use and opera. Hon or the bee business. tor further particulars Inquire at 'lb Main atreet, or address P. O. box 060, Los Angelea, Gal Jaiatf Capitol Bakery aim ' CONFECTIONERY, SPRING ST., below the PoatoOoa. ' OOTWBDDINQ OAKBB AND FANCY OABBSof all.trlM always on nana. . OBTASTBAOTrVB ROTSBAOM loe " tbeHotatay.. CMve me a eaiL . dMam K.WBOMAwXBB NO. 141 w " "3Esl BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' & MEROHANTS Of Lo. Angel*.. CAPITAL 800,000 OS Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO board or Di&aoTOM. Lo.ooodwii,. a.oSLhb». Phil. Oaiito. Oom. AtnjSSr CxMmnc.BHrwu.aa NEW YORK, LONDON, DUK UN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, and BERLIN. Resolve Deposits and loomo Tkek Certificates. and M«i LEGAL TENDERS, GOVSRM MBNT, STATE, OOUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANC MAIN MTBKJCT Lo. Angela. „ oa Capital Stook (paid up;, 100,000 h. l,Haonbil- Zl_!"!_^aiaßl! DIBEOTOBa. Buy and sell exehaage on Baa Fiaaataaa. London, Park, Brtl>^9 B^Vla,C^S aro^ P * rUO ' «** banking and exchange *•—■-ill FIRST NATIONAL BANK * OF LOS ANGRLRS PBEBIDBHT J. jj, BOUAItaU oaihibb b. p, inooa QMtf * SOCIETY NOTTOEB. Wa»on lo notice. \_ ' ':80 P. v. Member.of PanhaU phu, *o, 202, and all MasterMwroa.Tl» good mantling are eordlally In vfGdT By order ol tbe W: • Ml- Ohab. Biptk. Secretary. ® Knights ot Pythias. Downey Blook. All tn good .tandlng are co rd lal lyl nritJd. Lot Angeles Chanter No. SI, Af ~ Stated convocations oa an M^ON DA* ""^jjjfrjp^ ■a— m Bee rotary. JNgKNIQHTS TEMPLAR D.ti..ri interim. Hold, lta stated eonetavea at tba a-~ rum In Maaonle Hall, on tba Skate) THURSDAY of eaob month, at Tk orSGSk r. m. Sojourning Knight. TraalatS good standing are oordmlly Invitedtdae> tend. By order or the ■*• 0'« J. O. LiTTLarikLD. Reoorder. * Lot ang.l.l Council No. 11, Rani aad ■watt Matter., F. A a« Bolda lta stated assemblies A the eta Monday of each month at Masnnta Han. at 7:30 r. a. Sojourning OomnanKUMtta good standing art, fraternallyTavtCd a» O. . loa Angela. - - gpj. W'tWKvU ■ T standing are oordhUlyjfjl * A. Fbadx. R. S. vM * EAGLE CORPS, N. 6. C Regular meetings at armory. Union HaU. .v.ry Friday _ . „_ Captain Commanding;. C. A. Ktiui, First Sergeant, jeai-tt Confidonot Engine Cowpany Ra. X. REGULAR Mill | IHSS a ~ m ~"~~ OMARufa kbYittb aae. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETiRM. The Annual Muting of the Blnokaola > er«oftherwmera-eadßTereltljßW?BS of Lo. Angeiae, will Im held at Mcc Basal Bolldlna, on . WKurBBDAY, W.T «KB. KBdNT.