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BUN DAY JULY 24 18il
Herald Steam Printing House.
Pne reoUltlee ar tba Hbbjlld steam
Printing House for doing Job work are not
surpassed ln California outside ot San
Franolsoo and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will be executed with neat
ness aad dispatch at tha lowest living
S«>:HAI SOTICK.
Hereafter notices of companies, socie
ties, eharchea, etc., wil I only be Inserted
In tbe Hkbald as paid advertisements.
We reserve, lor Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, wbioh will appear every
Sunday morning.
A Political ...
Probably at no stags of Its his
tory ban thars baeo suoh a confu
sion of tongues political as exists
ln Sao Franolsoo to-day. While
the Republican party Is badly de
moralised, tbe rival Manhattan
and Yosemite faotions of tbe De
mooracy, and tbe apparently
steady determination of the Work
logmen to engross nearly all the
cflloes, threaten very unpleasant
things In tbat quarter of tbe politi
cal compass. ;he depth aud In
tensity of disgust at tbe work of
th* Republican nominating Con
vention Is shown in tbe unmis
takable yj/sgiviugs of tbe Alta aud
-sW»r*"The Calf, whloh, like tbe
CAronfele, waa ones ambitious of
running a tioket of Its own, In re
vlewlng tbe work of tbe self-con
stituted Republican nominating
Convention, surrenders Its habitual
caution to tbseztentof saying tbat
tha Democrats bave a fair chance of
naming the winning tioket If they
sot wisely. Of coarse tbe utter
snots of tbeee joarnals are subject
to modification; but, in view of the
I syntamptuoua treatment of tbe
*~Vlwart wing of the Republioan
Vty by tbe nominating Conven-
Vtoo, If tbe Grant and Conkiiog
\have even tbe spirit of tbe
*\ wben trod upon, they will
high biokers to
BKttsreud. TJalike tbe Dsmoc
Btcy, which contented Itself with
Wm harmless generalisation upon
F the advisability of doing away with
»S»e plea of insanily in murder
Rspsblloans, wheu nom
inating tbeir ticket, went out of
tba way to assert tbat tbe attempt
to assatsiaate Garfield waa due to
tbe faclous course of certain emi
nent Republicans, meaning Grant,
Conkling and Arthur. Trie Alta
bas libored In season and out, with
marked ability aud good sense, to
get this atupid Convention to
withdraw these offensive and dls
Integrating resolutions, but utterly
without avail. As a result, that
Journal and tbs Pott piediot dire
tblnga at tbe polls. Tbe Alta, lv
Its review of tbe wind-up of tbe
Convention, says:
An attempt to make It possible
t>r all groups of Republicans lo
support tbs tioket was defeated. A
determination seemed to exist In
favor of making a weak ticket,
largely doomed to defeat. Tl>e
lobby waa happy over ibis, anu
delegates wbo ntjeoted to it were
hiaaed witb impuutty.
What a perfect oils podrida of
what Is neither fish, flesh, toi
fowl, nor yet good rtd herring, Is
likely to be presented to tbe peo
ple) of San Franolsoo for their tuf
fragea, may be Judged from the fol
lowing, alao from tbe Alia:
Tba municipal campaign prom
Issa to be a lively one. Tueoiopol
faotions aod conventions la un
usually large. First in the field Is
tbs Tax payers' Convention, oi
whloh Dr. Aytr la the guiding
spirit. Then conns tbe Republican
Convention, wblub deliberately lc
JeOts tbe support of one wing ol
tbo party. Next ia the Maobattau
Club Democracy, and to-night tbe
Yo.enilte ClUtt Democracy meet
Then tbsra is the Worbingmeu's
Convention, followed by the Dl.-
Satlsfied Working-men's Conven
tion. Tbe regular Greenbacks™
Will alio bave a ticket, aod tbere
ars Indications of another tioket
rapreaeuting tbe bolting Ureeu
backers. How many more organ
•■allocs, or diaurgaulsatioos, will
rush into the breaou, it is difficult
to say. The good oluieu will a-in
sult tbe publio interest by maklug
up tbe ticket tbat be votes from
tbe many oaodidates presented.
By rtJfOiing all those wbo fiud ii
Beoeeaary to defend themselves
from serious obarges aud support
tug iboas whose reoord is free from
stain, tbe voter will be doing tbe
best tbiug open to bim.
Certainly those wbo bave enter
tained doubts aa to tbs perfection
of Demooratic-Republican govern
ment, aod wbo happen to be set
down lo Ban Franolaoo lo tbe pres-
•Et political Babel, are not likely
te have tbelr misgivings removed
by wbst tbsy will tbere behold.
Tbe psrlodieal soramble for the
looai offices prssents tbe very
worst aspect of Ihe Amerioan sys
tem, aod Ban Franoieeo Is to-day
perbaps tbe most discouraging spot
en tbe Amerioan continent to In
spire one with an abiding respect
- for Jefferson's favorite bobby of
popular government localised to
tbe last degree. In addition to
the regular Conventions, which
bave already thrown tbelr talis.
•oaaet-Uk* In everything but bril
llaooe, over tbe political firms
■sent, tbere are Innumerable
••pleoa" clubs, wbose musicsl
bowls will, at a later stage, lend
Variety to cadences wblth would
be at tbe beet very cacophonous.
Also I poor Golden Oats I Tribu
ssaUssaS sre abaad of thee, for seas
wests to com -, that dwarf In tbs
sompariioa war, famine and pes
tilence.
When a Municipal Convention
goes out of Its wsy to pass a reso
lution about tbe proper punish
msnt to be meted out to monoma
nlaos like Gulteau, It must cer
tainly bs oonfl lent of having duly
attended to all looai matters in sal-
Isfsotory shape. While there may
be aome question as to whether a
modification of tbo laws of the
District of Columbia Is one of tbe
eXlgeut duties of tbe Democracy of
dsn Franchoo, we are pleased to
see tbat tbe Herald's favorite
idea of tbe absurdity of tlie insani
ty plea In oases of murder has been
cordially adopted by so large a pro
portion of our feilow-oit tins ol
Callftrula. The fact is that It Is
very muoh to be regretted that a
baudy and eueignlo mob was not
at hand to atteud to Gulteau witn
lu five minutes of bis attempt to
assassinate tbe, President. Tbe
country wru'd, In bis ctso, have
been profoundly resigned to a little
extra-Judtoiai prooeas commonly
known as iyceh-law. Bat Gui
teau, having once pissed Into th
bands of the nfJJc.-ra of the law,
will receive, and ought to receive,
prioisely tbe same treatment thai
would bs meted out to a man who
had attempted to murder Smith,
Jones or Koblt su\ private citi
tens of Washington. A modiflca-
-oftd. law relating to homici
dal manlass Is needed all over the
Uoited States, as au offset to the
perverse Ingenuity of the subtle
lawyer guild, wbo would probably
be nonp.uased for a while In their
efforts <o discover some other so
phistical evasion of co.nmoo »-n»e.
We bave grave mlsglvlogs, bow
ever, that neither the Democracy
of Sau Franoisco nor tbe Herald
will suOJeed lo effsotlog any great
innovation ou cur present vicious
system. As to maklog one law for
a President, aud another for a
Sheriff, or a Constable, or a private
oltlssu, we decidedly object.
Neither when Lieutenant Ran
dolph pulled Old Hickory's
nose when the latter was tick and
aged, nor wheu L.. >• ■•■•< a tired bis
pistol at him in tbe Capitol
grouuds, did Jackson or his friends
dream of asking for any special
safeguards for the Presidential tei
son. The President is simply the
first oitizen of the Republioand the
principal servaDt of the people;
aod bis protection from murderous
assault, and redress for deadly in
juries, should be tx.ctly the same
as tbat accorded to the noo-nfbce
boldiug sovereigns of the Uoited
States. Make the law equal but
severe and adtnlnls'nr It I' fl xibly.
The lel.grams sent over ibe
Wires yesterday caused a great deal
of anxiety lo a people who hud beeu
led to look upou tbe President's
recovery as absolutely assured. No
doubt there are a great many set
backs in the progress towards coo
valescenoe of all victims of a gun
shot wound. Engravings uf the
pistol used by Gulteau show it to
h»ve been a very formidable
weapon—so formidable, indeed, as
to mage it almost absolutely cer
tain tbat the hull struck no vulnei
able point or wj should long since
have bein oblleed to chronicle a
fatal result. Yet this weapon
was telegraphed all overtheUnited
Stales as Utile better tban a boy's
toy pistol. From tir-t to lu»t
there has been an urj istifl ,bk
trifling with the facts of the ease,
A single bulletin daily, couched in
the language uf a skillful physi
cian, would baVd been a blessed
exchange for the contradictory
stuff the people bave had to read
daily for more than three weeks.
Only tbe other day there wis talk
by teligraph of removiug the con
valescent President to Log
Branch, and now we have the old
well sprlnes of anxiety reopened.
Just as the American people had
settled down to tbe pleasant con
sciousness tbat Quiteau'a malice
bad been abortive, the symptoms
change deoldedly for tbe worse.
However, at last account.) the Pres
ident was resllnir quietly.
TBE 111 efleri * of the universe)
use of pistols amongst ohildreu—
even toy pistols—was strikingly
exemplified at Rochester, New
York, on the sih if July. In tbat
little olty alone no less (ban six
obildren bave died from lock jaw,
resulting from wounds infidel hy
these destructive playthings. Ileal
as ibe national holiday Is to tbe
patriotic Amerloau beart, we aie
obliged to pay a pretty heavy
price for lta obseivaoce, what be
tween accidents to life and proi«
erlj. fT "1
Knew When to Quit.
fWaU Street News.l ;'" J
'T think I may be exoused for a
little show ef pride In Bay log that
[ koaw wheu to quit Wall atreet,"
be observed, aa all elevated train
oarrled them over the great thui.
oughtare.
".■*n you u?ed to speculate?"
' V a, I w>s oo the etreet for
seven years " ,
"Made your pile, I mp/riee?"
"Yes, I made and lost money the
same as the rest. At one lime I
oould draw my cheek for $93,001);
aud tbat Isn't so bad for a man who
went Into Wall street wltb oui,y
$4010 bis pockets."
"And you knew wben to quit?"
"Yes, Sir »
"That wea—when?"
■That was when I bad enough
left to pay my fare lo Kuril™ and
hit* a boy to carry my satchel up
to my fatber-iu-law's house," was
tbe quiet reply.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
LSpecial to tbs H»au> by the Western
Onion Telegraph Company. I
PACIFIC COAST.
STOCK REPORT,
JAN FRANOISCO STOOK AND EX
OHANUE BOARD.
MORNING SESSION.
Han FaAwcrsoo. July ft.
230 Ophlr, F-H 340 rjolon, 9*4, 10,
1.0 Meiioa,?7St 8J«,10
lOtdi* * r.tiJ.tM, t7»An».sM5
4 10, ISO » ode*, 1.40
10 b A . . I6H 100 Eureka, S.H
--820 cala, 710. 70 8 H
7l 0 Savage, t ib, 930 001 D-y. 2 40. 245
1 ii OnaVa,! •>". 660 Albion, 840 I 45
UiO l'holiar,S.»o,t.lS 12 J WaUs, 1, i.vi b
2.0 80
89) Potosl, 9 83. 2.90, ISO Mt Diablo. 7
983 950 B otnel. 150,1.73
200 H a N, 9 25 8. Mono. 8
t>oi I -,-»•-.. 4 .5 4SI 60 N bene. 17
60 Alpha, 3 65 150 Borne i uunei,
!*ih ,| t ,il 9 80, 8 76
916 SI N.iad., Mf JOTipop,"'*
ho Utah. 6X 170 a) stlMiMf
3.U cAchetjuer. 1 i 5
Pa.seusere a.,uin Baal.
Fresno, Cel., July 22 — The fol
lowing is the list nf passengers for
the South and East on the train
which passe.l this plaoe at 6PM:
A M Newhall, San Francisco; J M
Brooks, Ventura; Mr-t H Hancock,
bauta Monica; Mrs X H Nellsoo,
San Francisc; Miss G>wer, Los
\n_e ■ s; Mis (iiibert ai d two chil
ilrsu, S»n Fraueieo >; J W Cothr.-o
aud wile, li in-,!-, J D Lang, San
Frauoiaco; J Yorba, Los Angeles,
S»t SO H li He hcpnrlfd,
San Francisc >, July 231— Tbe
row ou tbe snip D.vid Crockett
proves to bave been less serious
than at first reported. The mate
wat ti-.ri > bea'en by a sailor, who
has beeu arretted.
D-utu.r.r sasf Alai*d.
6an Francisco, Joy 2li.—ld
the oase of M.yot Kalloch, Auditor
Dunu and City aod Couuty Attor
ney Murphy, acoused cf willful
nrglec- of duty wbile acting as the
new City Hali Commissioners,
Judge Freelou rendered a decision
to day sustaining the demurrer of
defendant.
EASTERN.
Tue rr-»i<l«M<— Hl* (J»n*
■tfMtai |yipi»ilu«,
Executive MAjtttoir, 8:30 p. m
— Dr. Bliss • por » .iii' tbeoondi
(lou ol the President hi" much Im
proved elnoa ii"on. Hla pulsa Is
vow below 100 aod ttts general
symptoms show improvement,
i'btrj is not the s'lghtest iudioa
tieu of p\ te nia, wbleb Is Ihs dan
ger moat 10 bs feared. A cor
respondent says: I havo just seen
Secretary Blame aod Postmaittr
GeLeral James. Tbey say ltaU the
Presnleut at this lime seems Ostter
thun at any time to day, "This is
the twenty-first diy," eaid Mr.
Blame, "»nd It if considered lb.'
oaugeious iieriod in f ver uud gun
sbot wounds. The President has
never been out of danger and a
ohange nf this klud waa uot
improbable. We do not consider
me President to be lv immediate
dancer." Both tbess ueullemen
have left the White House as the
President was still sleeping.
The stock operators are keeping
tbe wires bu-y wi!h sensational
reports. Vhaj are unreliable.
Executive Mansion, July 28 —
4 p M— there has been no reeur
relics as yet of tbe unfavorable,
symptoms which manifested them
-elvss lv the earlier part of tlie
day. Tbe President Is now asleep
and his i.v -c r mains at abuut UO
It Is the opinion of the attending
surgeons that thecliill andsobst
queut fnver this morning were
caused by the formation of a pus
Oivity ut Borne point along the
track nf the bullet, hut this cannot
bs positively asserted until after
tha evening examination. Dr.
Bl Si says he has in his practice
had oases where the formation of a
nus oavily iv a wouud was fol
lowed by v muoh severer chill and
higher fever tbau tbe Presldeut
has had to day and that It Is not
ueo.Siarily an alarming feature ln
a case uf this ktud.
Bulletin 4:50 P. M—Secretary
Blame tin* J Mil Bent the following
telegram tv Lowell,American Mid
later at i.oi.don: About noon to
■l.l.V ibe President's oonilltlon tie
came very suddenly worse. He
hail Ob I Its, alternating with fever,
au Inoreased pulse aud very high
temperature. His symptimsat
naif-past lour are better and be Is
much easier In every respeot. Tbe
consulting surgeons, Drs. Hamil
lou, of New York, and Aguew, of
Philadelphia,have been summoned
aud are now en route to Washing
ton by special train.
(Sigied) Blame, Secy.
EztOLTivß Mansion, 8 p. at —-
Douiurs Agnew aud Hamilton
re»ohed the Executive Mauslon at
7.5") P. II , ami are now In consulta
nt.n witb. the atteudlug surgeous
In the latter's room. It has nut yet
been decided whether another ex
amination of the patient shall be
made this evening or not. He is
reeling quietly now, and ln view oi
his Improved condition it may be
thoight best not to disturb bliu at
present by allowing Oootors Ham
ilton and Agnew to see him.
In reply to telegraphio Inquiry,
Atloruej-Qeneral McVeigh sent
i he fallowing- dispatob at 8:20 P. H :
"I'he President's oonilliion has
slowly Improved for eeveral hours
pent, Lut there is c ill cause ror
anxiety. The consulting pbyal
clans bave arrived.
Execdtivh Mansion, 9 p m —
Alter tne bulletin of 10 A. If. tbe
Fre-ldent's fsver continued. At
11:30 a M he had again a sligbt
rigor and his temperature subse
quently rose uniil at 12:80 P. M it
wss 104, pulse 125, reep ration 20
Bstweeu this ti me and 1 P. M. per
spiration made its appearanoe an<l
the teinptniure began to fallgrad
ually. It is now 101, pulse 118,
r>S,uratlon 25. There has beeu a
free discharge nf pus from tbe
wound during thedsy.
(Signed) D W. Buss,
J. X BaknEs,
J J Woodward,
KofJT. KtVBBBN,
Tlie Nnilllsera Hants Tnnir.
New York, July 23—The new
tariff of the (Southern overland
route was put oo the market yes
terday. It Is identical in olasaltl
cation and rates wltb that of tbe
old route.
Mhos S). Alalssl Hm-.
Chicago, Jn'y 251— Maod B.
against tune: First heat, 221}: sec
ond beat, 2:1 If; tbird aod laat beat j
8:11. j
r.er Crops •■ tbe «»rih»..i
Chioaoo, July 23d.—Tbe Times
has yolumtoous reports from tbe
entire Northwest wbioh are fitly
syooptited ln Its head lines: "A
certainty tbat tbe wheat crop of
tbe West will bs far below tbe av
erage yield In Illinois, lowa and
Indiana; poorer than for many
years; brighter outlook in Minne
sota aod Dakota aod the far West
ern State.; extensive reports con
cerning tbe army worm and tbe
damage It is doing; cheering news
fromi the great corn fields of Illi
nois."
FOREIGN.
leste).
London, July 23d —Ad earth
quake ooeurred oo Friday morning
at 2 o'olook In Eastern France and
Swltserlaui. Tbe bells rung at
Geneva and tbe bouses were
shaken. S» Casualties.
Probably 68 persoue perished in
tbe eleven' fisbiug boats which
bave beeu mieaiug since tbe gale
of the 21»t.
TAKEN IN AT BENSON.
Uonfl44D.ee Kan Wko Han • lunate.
A well known Paciflo Coaster, re
turning from the East yesterday,
when at Benson met a man whom
he iiO'guu?d as having seen at
Tomb-tone on one oooaaion, aud
after talking for a few minutes our
rrieud from ttie East proposed lo
go across tlie way aud take a glass
of beer. The two went to tbe sa
lood aud wheu the liquids were
served the Tombstone acquaintance
pulled out a ten dollar bill, saying
be would pay for tbedrluke. About
tnat lime a fellow staggered up to
tha couuter with a roll of green
backs In bis band and, remarking
be had recently sold a mine, In
sisted upou paying for tbe drinks
for the crowd. Finally it was
agreed between tbe drunken man
aud tbe Tombstone acquaintance
to throw dice fur the drinks—which
was dove. The apparently inebri
ated Individual waa heaten. Ue
tbeu turned to tbe Tombstoner,
aud saM: "I'll bet you $10 tbat you
can't do that agaiu." Tuedioe were
thrown ouce more aud the verita
ble 21 again turned up, making
tbe Tombstoner winner a aeoonu
time. The supposed drunk then
proposed wagering $31) on tbe
same result he previously named.
Tue geutlemau from Cochise coun
ty asserted that he hadn't the
wherewith to cover the pile offered
and, turning tn his newly found
acquaintance, asked the loan of ten
dollars. The latter was about to
respond, and produced a pile of
notes, wben tbe other seized them,
saying: "It's a dead sure thing;
bet them all." Before tbe Com
stocker had time to remonstrate
tbe d c > had been thrown, and be
boldl-22 oame to the surfaoe. The
bar-keepsr, who all the time exhib
ited a lively interest In tbe pro
ceedings, quickly pushed tbe
money toward the man who bad
sold a mine (?), saying: "You have
won." Tbe Comstocker told the
meu be wanted no foolishness;
that be had bet > o money, and to
band over tbe coin; hut the b. k.
ouly laughed and explained tbat It
was legitimate. "I pay my license
tooirryltou. It is ruy business
to take you fellows in. You bave
lost your money aud I bave It. I
kuow It Is stealing, but I have my
lioense. You can't help It, so you'd
better take a drink and oall It
square." The duped man, seeing
be had fallen Into a bad crowd;
that to resist would avail uoth
iog to tbat looality, accepted the
situation. Beforo leaving, to sat
isfy bis curioilty, be turned to tbe
man wbo had sold amine, wbo, by
tha way, had growu quite sober
since be first entered the tnnw,
»ud made a remark to that effect.
Tlie answer was that the lutoxl
eated air was "put on—a part of
the game." Tbe unfortuoate via
uu then bowed his way out, re
marking that they could have tbe
money for such sublime exhibition
of cheek.
The above particulars were nar
rated to us by tbe victim. He Is
well known hers and responsible
for what be said. Wben lv tbe sa
loon be bad no intention of betting,
and tbe money taken from bim
was a clear case of stealing, atlll he
S'iw no way of defending himself.
Iv fact there are a few points along
the railroad in this territory aod
New Mexico, where blacklegs
teem beyoud the reaob of law,
where they openly aud defiantly
follow their infamous practices,
and any stranger falling luto tbelr
olotcbes must suffer. He has no
law t.i proteot him or friends of
morality to defend bim. Tbat suoh
a state of affairs exists anywhere is
es sad as it is disgraceful.—r"ue*on
Journal.
An Irish Alibi.
Pat—"Where did Tim kill tbe
aglnt, Dan'l ?" Dau'l— "Shure,
down the road straight, there. I
see him shoot wld my own eyes;
an', be jabers, they've took bim
for murder !" Pat—"rim 'ull be
banged, poor darliut!" Dan'l—
"Niverablt; we'll prove an alibi.
Look at tbat, now I We'll prove
the agiut wasn't there !"
NEW TO-DAY.
Personal.
A young man. a stranger ln the olty,
desires ibe acquaintance ot a young
lady. Objeot, wouUl tnteieourie. Ad
dres.,T. L , Herald offloe. JH-St
Wanted.
A BLACKSMITH. Apply at Los An
gelea r lour Mills.
J24-1W LANEERSHIM A CO.
LOST.
A suitable reward will ba given, and
no questions askad, for the return of a
• mail brown TKKRIER UOQ with Wblle
breast; neither ears nor tall clipped;
v ry Intelligent and answer, to tho name
of L'hesale. Return tv No. 26 Fart street.
Jy24-3l
WALKING MATCH.
It Is so lonv Sloes we bave had a walk
ing match bere that the publio has al
most forgot the nature of one. Dave
Wal.ir.jn now come, to tbe front with a
notloe of a 24 boors' go-.s-you-olen.se
maton, open to all, for a purse oi 8100, to
be held at Washington uardsns. aatur
day aod nunday, July 28 and 14. Thus
fur ihe ontno- are M»ns. Leon, our well
kuowa looul pedestrian,aud Mr. William
Kooeit-, late or New Mexico, wbo i.
credliod Willi having Seataa everything
on the /mailers. The matoh between
these twe will be a closely eeaissied one.
ass SsssnaaU sills. jlf-lw
- _ .... j-.* A
WANTS—LOST—FOUND.
Situation Wanted.
A Scotchman wanta a situation in
town or country. Address, McD.. Her
ald offloe. J9B-8t
Wanted.
TO BUY A OOOD SECOND-HAND
HPRINO WAGON.
Address P. O. box 1471. J 19-lw
Board in a Frlrate Family.
Handsome double parlors, with board
A few table boarders taken. Aoeommo
dailoas n stol.ss. 198 Main str-et, late
Frenob Consulate. Jj2S-lm
t53,*500~~
PARTNER WANTED tor an estab
lished business. Addresa, L.. Herald
offloe. jy!9 2W
Wanted.
Uy a middle-aged lady, a situation as
lady's nurse. Inquire at 41 First street.
Jl7-1W
TO ORCHARDISTS.
A gentleman desiring to help In or
chard and vineyard oultnre would give
his services for board ior some montba.
Address." Beginner," Herald office. J H It
NOTE LOST.
Notice Is hereby given that a note for
3300. made by carter 4t Gi 1 more ln favor
of ndward K. Mann aud dated about tbe
Oth or May, 1881, has been lost. All per
sona are oauuoned against negotiating
saldnote. kdWaßu E. man n.
ia>s Angeles, July 18,1881. JI9-1W
"~ MINES FOR MARES.
The subsorlber wishes to exchange
several minlnx claim . In the beat locali
ties in Arlsona lor Qrsl-claas brood
mare. Addieas, 1. W LORD,
Jyl7tf Los Angeles.
tJIOO RKWAKD.
For Information leading to the convic
tion of any person wilfully aod mall
oloualy placing any metal, wood or
other suustaooe ln any Btaok to be
threshed by our machine.
HOLMES A CO.
July 9,1881. je-im
BOARD and ROOMS.
200 SPRINC BT.
Private Boarding; Sunny Rooms, en
suite or single, lurnished with all the
comforts of an elegant private home;
six minutes walk from the Postoffloe,
SOTterras very reasonable. Jyl2-8m
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
FOR SALE.
A SPRING WAGON and UAHNKSs,
both nearly new and a conple of splen
did American horses, wbloa will work
alngle or double. Apply at this office.
JjJl-lw
FOR SALE.
A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF SO
ACRES; two artesian wella; orchard
and vineyar lof 20 aores. Inquire of A.
W. POTTS, County Clerk's offloe. m2S-lw
FURNISHED ROOMS,
Pleasantly located'and neatly furnished,
TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE,
Corner Kort and Franklin streets, one
blook from Poatotrioe. dgltf
FOR SALE.
ONE 141 ACRE TRAOT or land south
Of the oily, on tbe exteoilou of Mala ut.,
abou'. four miles from tho Court House;
alio, UlnK 40 ACitti TR\Or In tbe
Rancho Santa Gertrudes, half a mile
irom Downey City, A 1 corn laud, with
email houie.
Apply to C. C. LIPS,
JylO-lm 2* Main at., Baker Block.
FOR SALE.
HOUSE AND LOT ON MATN ST.,be
tween First aad Second, 76x800 ft., front
ing on Main and New Los Angeles
streets,wltb ell klnde of bearing fruit
trees. Tb.reisroom enough to build a
factory or theater on Main street, as it la
In Ihe heart of the olty, and private
houses on New Loa Angelea street.
JtSO-lin E. GRkkNbaUM.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker
Bill avenue, near Second street; oon
venlent to Normal sohool and tree from
dust. WM. D. STEPHENS,
Je9 2m Room 85, Temple Block.
TO LET.
NEWLY FURNISHEDSunny Rooms,
at No. O First STREET, only a few
steps from tbe Postoffloe. mai-lm
FOB SALE.
SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES,
three and four rooms; fine looatlon;
splendid Investment.
C. WHITE,
my6-8m Roam 49 Temple Bloak.
notice thlelll
IF«S9. SPLENDID INVKBTMKNT in
city property Is offered; will net 16 per
oent. Call on C. WHITE.
Je9s nam Room 4»,Temple Block.
Kimball Mansion,
NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal.
•VSPAOIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites,
and Large single Sunny Rooms, contain
ing all moderu conveniences.
sSTUE TAB bE supplied with the best
tb» market affords.
fe29tf MRS. M. H. KIMBALL. Prop.
HAIR GOODS.
MRS. K. SMITH, having beeu with
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will con
tinue business al tbelr old plaoe. Mrs.
Smith Is prepared to do all kinds of balr
work ln tbo oeat aud latest styles. Re
member the plaoo, NO. aS UPUING ST.
mmm
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 Sat
Francisco finish aad style.
NEW ADVERTIBEMKNT&
OF IB!
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
LOS ANBELEB COUNTY BANK,
July 1, 1881.
ASSETS. •
Cash oo hand „ „,.. $45,817 80
Deposited ln other banka (9,183 19
safe and furniture I9unoi
Luaua.... , 269 9rt 6s
Baal estate ii 0,4.» 2A
9489 03' W
LIABILITIES.
Das depositors ..... '»166 0o» w
Capllal.took luu.O .» 00
lleserve luuo .„ 201,123 03
Eapenaea acoiued — 6000
Dividends uncalled f0r_....._ On
t'ollectlon aocount _ 990 to
Rent and tax aeoount ourrent. , l.soi »6
Not undivided profits tor paat
six months 16 «'8 48
$189 167 87
The real estate to the amount ol $1385.37
Is situated In San Bernardino oouniy;
the remainder In Los Angelea county, as
are the other assets, exoept as appears
above. The evidences ot toe assets of
the oank are In the bank's vault and are
lor the major part also oo record in Ban
riernardiuo aud Los Angeles counties.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I aa
Oounty of Loa Angelea. {"'•
J. S. Slauaon, President, and H. L. Mac
nell, Cashier, of Los Angelea County
Bank, being severally duly sworn.each tor
himself,s*ys the foregoing statement Is
true to tbe best of his knowledge and
bellei.
signed: J, S SLAUSON.
H L. MACNEIL.
Sworn and aubaorlbed to before me
this 7th day of July, 1881.
Signed: o. A. DOBINSON,
Notary Publio ln and for said oounty of
Los Angeles, State of California.
—OF THE—
ACTUAL PAID-DP CAPITAL
Los Angeles County Bank,
July Ist, 1881.
The aotttal paid-up capital is, In
gold *100,000 00
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I „
County of Los Angeles, j
J. a. Slauson, President, and H. L.
Macnell, Cashier of Loa Angeles Coun'y
Bank, being severally duly sworo, eaoh
lor himself, says tbat tbe foregoing
statement Is tiuetotbe beat or his knowl
edge and bellei.
Signed: J. S. SLAUSON.
H. L. MACNH.IL.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this
7th day or July, 1831.
Signed: G. A. DOBINSON.
Notary Public In and for aald oounty of
Los Angeles, State of California. Jys-lm
THE
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES
CAPITAL, paid up ln gold 8200,000.00
Isalas w. Bellman, Prealdent, aod
John Mtlaer, secretary, nf tbe above
named Bank, being severally sworn, eaoh
for himself, says that the above amount
of capital paid up Is correot.
Blanidi
IHAIAS W. BELLMAN, President.
Signed:
JOHN MILNER, Secretary.
Sjtisorlbed and sworn to before me,
this 6th day ot July, issi.
Slsued: G. A. DOBINSON.
Notary Public In and for Loa Angelas
county, mate of Calliornla.
aTATETVrTTIT<rT
or THE
CONDITION OF THE
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank
OF LOS ANGELES,
At tne closo of business, THURSDAY,
JUNE 30th, 1681.
ASSETS.
Cash on hand 1313,024 &
C»sri wltL banassnd
banters.. 811.021 ■
Cash on call loans... 126,000 0.)
Total cash 8640,947 it
Bonds, U. S. four per
oent and other bonds 84
Loans hd'l discounts 867,106 12
Bank building 16400 00
Two bank vaults.office
furniture and Ux
tuies 7,500 00
Real estate 30 638 26
61,214 »0» 86
LIABILITIES.
Capital, paid up ln
gold tto6.ou«
Reserve fund Oihj
Surplus fund— 160.J30
—— 260,280
Total „ $IM,SBO CO
Due depositors 761,119 66
Dividends uncalled 10r........... 1.876 oo
Undivided prodts » 24,687 SO
jTan 906 66
Isalas W. Hellman, President, and
John Mlluer, Secretary of tha Farmers'
and Merchant*' Bank of Los Angeles,
being severally sworn, eaeb for himself,
say that tne foregoing statement is true
and correct, to the beat of their knowl
edge and bellei.
Slguad:
WAIAS W. HELLMAN, Prealdent.
Signed!
JOHN MILNER. Seoretary.
.Subscribed and sworn to before me,
tbls 6tu day of July, 1681.
Signed: O. A. DOBINSON,
Notary Publio ln and for Loa aukslss
county, Stats of California. J7-lm
For Santa Catalina.
THE SCHOONER ROSITA
Will take parties to Catalina Island for
bathing. Parties oan oome dlreot to Saa
Pedro la their own conveyance aud their
teams oan be oarea for la my pasture.
Campers m utt bring their own provis
ions and camping equipments.
PASSAGE, round trip •>-*
Children half pries.
Sails from San Pedro Mondays, Wed
nesdays aa4 Fridays; returns on alter
nate days.
For partloulara write to
CAPT. GEORUE EDEN,
Ban Pedro, Wilmington P. 0.,C.i1.
myBd*wBm
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
THE ANNUAL MEETING! OF THE
stockholders orthe Mala street and Ag
ricultural Para Kaf'road will ba bald at
No. 8 Commercial street on toe fourth
Monday or July, 1861, at 4 o'olook p. at,
for tha eleotion of a B ».rd or Director
and the transaction ot suoh otber busi
ness aa may bs brouabt beforet hem.
JOHN O. WHs.ELEH, Seo'y.
Los Angelas, Oal.. July llth, 1881. JU-td
~ Mi jDUjFJFY,
Proprietor of the Kegel House,
SANTA MONICA,
Begs to Inform the public tbat he spreads
a FZNB LONOH aad keeps BXOKL
LJHNT LIttUOBS. He also gives a FINE
meal for sta Iks paslls are eardlaUy
la vised to gtve sOa eleau. Jtta
m I'ls^aViasaifffcTiri m t ii ir i
_ NF.W ADVKBTTBBMEWTB. %
GRAND OPENING!
■OF fl
A New Fancy Goods Store. ]
I
38 Spring St., bet. Court and First.!
L. PEISER & CO.
Will open their store on July 23, with a full and complete
assortment of
Fringes, Trimmings, Buttons,
Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery,
Handkerchiefs and Underwear,
ZEPHYR WORSTED,
Woolen and Cotton Yarns, Worsted Embroideries,
Canvas, Chenille, Floss, and All Artlolee
Neoessary for Fancy Work.
Ia Introduolng our firm to tbe publio of Lou Angelea and vlolulty we
beg to inform them that we have been for the pait eight years with the
Ann of Buyer & Reiob, of San Fraocisuo, where we have made the re
quisites of the business in wbioh weare about to engage aspeolal study.
Having made arrangements wltb Sao Franolaoo houses, we are pre
pared to take orders for any article In our line that we may not have
in slock, and deliver tbe aame at a very short notloe.
L. PEISER & 00., 38 Spring St.
NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK
OF
Boots and Shoes.
BEST and CHEAPEST at
BENJAMIN'S SHOE STORE,
67 MAIN ST., Downey Blook.
JUST RECEIVED—-42 Cases Boots, Shoes,
Sandals and Slippers,
From tbe Most Celebrated Eastern Manufacturers.
Tbe above, in addition to our stook of California made goods, makes
the Most Complete Stook and tbe Bast to Ssleot From south of San ,
Franclsoo.
Ladies', Men's,
Boys' and Youth's,
TMLiseew* and Children/*,
Io an Immense Variety of Styles aod at Prloes LOWER than ever bs
rnre sod in Los Angeles. Our aim is to keep the Best and Cheapest.
Our moito, '-Good value and low prices." An inspeotlon of our stock
and pric sls Invited. N. BENJAMIN,
jv 20 *3? M AIN Mx 1 ., Downey Blook.
FITsTWT PRIIE (Silver Med.l)
awardso at Horticultural Falr.l iBO.
1..r exhtbit of Purs urugs Chemloais,
Perl umsry, eto., a to.
THEODORE WOLLWEBER,
DRUGGIST,
Apothecaries' Hall,
5© ST.,
LOS ANGELES, CAL .
Respectfully Invites tba attention of
strangers visiting tbe oily to his oom
luodlous and well appointed
Pharmuoy, where lhay
—will Had—
DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
.■ .AWP—
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Of the vary best quality, as well »;«*pe
rlenced bands io compound and dis
pense ihem. Also, a large
and varied stouk of
TOILET ARTICLES,
PATENT MEDICINES AND
SUNDRIES,
For dome-tlo use, snob a. they are ao
oustomed to And in their oan
Family Drag store.
SSrPHYBiri ANS are requested to ex
amine my stook. lya-.m
POISON OAK.
MOOHEW RIiMBDY
A SURE CUBS.
It kills pain, ltobtngand inflammation
at once. TRY IT. For sale by all drug
gists. Prioa.JSois. abox.- n>7« Im-ls
HYGIENIC BATHS.
Tha undersigned respsatruUy solicits
tha patronage«.f aOlsorlminauog publio
to her Mcd oated Hvalenlo Baths, estab
lished at SO MAIN ST . Si. Charles Bath
Rooms. They ate a reoeutdtseovery anu
are aa Infallible ours lor nerv.ius alter.
Hon. general debility, neuralgia, rhau
mattam, partial p»r«ly-l», and all ohron
tc affecions of no matter how long stand
Ing.and will pravent tha balr from fall
in'ott or bsoo lng gray.end br ng on a
new .alt as beautiful as at Brat "»ths
admmisiered at re.ldeci.es of patlsat.
rtrwae wishing to bath* will , la.cc
call onbis at the Mt. Oharlss Hotel build
'"'SyHr* 1 *' T. A. W. LEIVUS.
'si i
HOTELS.
THE PICO HOUSE
Is o w Open
r or the reception or guests.
All ara Invited. FREE CARRIAGES
to the houae.
GRISWOLII * MARSH,
nB-lm Proprletora.
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
FIRST-OLASB.
THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA.
HAMMEL & DENKER Prop'e.
Thia la the only reliably flrat class
hotel, la altuaud ln the canter ot the
city or Loa Angelea, contain*
nearly a hundred spacious aad
airy rooms, newly furnished la the most
comfortable style. Rooms ln suites for
families and parties on every floor, with
bot and oold hatha.
THE TABLE will always be farnlahed
wltb the best supplies that oan ba pro
cured lv tha market.
A FBBK OOAOH la always on hand to '
carry gnaats to tha house.
No pal us spared to make gnosis oom
tortabla in every way.
A LARGE READING BOOM open
night and day.
HENRY HAMMEL,
mylTtf A. H. DENSER.
PACIFIC HOTEL,
E. H. BOYD PROPRIETOR
Passenger Eating; Station.
ear All trains step ror meals. Parlor
sitUug room lor ladles aad seaUemea
air slung trains.
JLUNOHEB
POT UP FOB PASSENGERS. Jri-ha
THB OOMMRROIAI.
RESTAURANT
-V. DOL, FBOrB,
! Downey Blook, Main St.
• Receives alive aad serves up every day
ttie choicest fish, invading MOLE,
TUBBOT and SEA TROUT.
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