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(HIS HSBAU) STBAM PRINTING House makes a specialty of Legal Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc■ i rioted at low rates. Heinseman & Ellis are receiving every week fresh supplies of drugs aod chemicals. Their prescription department is io tbe bands ol skillful pharmacists, aod no drug or ohemloal Is used unless it be fresh and pure. Just reoeived from tbe manofao turers tbe largest assortment of trusses and aboulder-braoes ever reoeived by any bouse In Southern California. We sell them at East ern prloee. To the Farmers of Los Angeles County: I am prepared to furnish cash ad vances on grain stored at my bouse at the rate of H per oent. per an num for any and all amounts of $1000 or more. K. N aud. lmJe-11. The Central Pharmacy is tbe nly drug store connected wltb tbe telephone system. Families and fibyslclans wishing anything lo our Ine oan order through telephone, and will be Immediately attended to. Eastern oysters every style; hot and cold lunches and all tbe dellcaoles of tbe season served on tbe shortest notloe at Congress Hall, corner of Main and Requeue streets. loe cold Boca beer, the best on the Coast, always on hand, as well as a full supply of tbe beet brands of liquors, wines and ci gars. Entrance to ladles' rooms on Requena street. Open day and nlgbt. Mr. F. Adam, tbe pioneer tailor or Los Angeles, No. 18 Spring atreet, Informs his patrons and tbe public generally that be bas just received a large assortment of tbe latest styles of spring and summer goods, wbioh for elegaooe and va riety of pattern oannot be sur passed. A oordlal invitation is ex tended to all to oall and examine bis stock. m2-lm F. Llndqulst, merchant tailor, No. 20 Spring street, is himself a practical cutter; and, having had ample experience in San Francisco and Los Angeles, knows bow to meet the requirements of his cus tomers. He keeps a full supply of tbe best oloths constantly on hand and makes them up ."upon honor." Clothes cleaned or dyed, then mended and pressed and warranted to look like new, at No. 8 Allso street. A number of desirable rooms to let at No. 7 Third street. Tbe looa tlon is accessible and desirable rom every standpoint. The neigh borhood is good and the house Is barely five minutes' walk from the Court House. To Whom it May Concern. Please take notloe: Any person Having pledges or oollaterala at the War Loan and Broker Offloe, No. 4 Commercial street, will please re deem the same or pay accrued in terest thereon within thirty days from thia date or tbey will be sold. P. S.—Money loaned on ail kind er personal property. mrSOtf Hngbes's Russian Baths. Lo cated No. 16 Main street, opposite tbe Ploo House. Gentlemen aud ladles attended to by persons of tbelr own sex. Bee the Conoolodor In bis won derful transmutation of colors at tbe dyeing and scouring establish ment, No. 8 Aliso street. Preuss A Pirool, pbartnaoists, nave tbe facilities for nlgbt orders, aa their drug store Is tbe only one connected witb the telephone sys tem. Pleasant rooms with board, 206 Spring atreet. apl6:lm Champion Corral. Having purchased tbe above well known stables, on the Osrasr sf Aliso aad Alansda Strut., My friends and tbe publio are notified that I am prepared to board horses, males and other animals by tbe day, week or month on the most reasonable terms. ew-aADDLE HORSES and BUGGIES lor hire. My old friends and oustomers are requested to give me a oall. leM-lm JOHN SCHNEIDER. uulu tP**\ BR AM OH OF THE PACIFIC I Ocean Houae, Ocean avenue, Santa Monica. assrFlrst-Olass ln Every Reapeot.-wa This popular house having bsen thor oughly renovated and refitted. Is open tv» the acoommodatlou of the publio. THB TABLE will ba supplied with all ba luxuries the market adords. MRS. S. BAYLET, apSOtf Proprietress. NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. Lot Angeles County Bank. At a meeting of the Board of Dlreotors of Loa Angelas Couuty Bank hall on Tuesday, July Oth,MM, dividend (No. II) oi twelve per oent. oa the capital stook ior the six months from January Ist io July Ist, UU, waa declared, payable July IMb, IMt. H. L. MAU NIE 1., Jt-lm Casbtsr. Key West Cigar Store, NO. 78* MAIN STREET, LANFRANOO BLOCK SIM ISAACS. : : PROPKIKTOR -tvoAeKiK' aro c\wsmMX^mvL\nArnsL\ §0» Jwpfej. §exn\iL SUNDAY JULYS*. 1881. Herald Steam Printing Hcuse. I'he Herm.i sttearn Printing House Is □ot surpassed bp any Job Printing office iv the Paolno Coast, outside of San Fran- Isco.ln facilities for doing Job work, ow prloes, good work and expedition ay he relied upon at this office. WAR DEPATMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. lii vision or Telegrams and Reports for the benejltof Commeroe and Agriculture Keportof observations taken at Los An teles, Cal., July 28. 1881. ■ ►» *: ' " " j I if ll 11 1 I i I Pi t< o_ 1:16 a. If. SO 98 | 60 64 S W SjCi'dy ildflMC III I § 6i W 10|Rlear 8 Ifi p.m. 29 Si I 80 83 W 6 Clear Maximum Thermometer, 88 0 Minimum 80 0 CHURCH CHIMES. Cathedhal or ST. Vibiana. — Main street, below First. Kev.Hugu MoNamee, Rao tor. First mass at tl a. m.; aeoond mass at 8 ; high mass at 10—Sunday Sohool in ZngTlsh aud Spanish at 3.U0 p. at.; vespers at 4 p, m. Church or Ova Lady or Angels.— Opposite the Plot x. First mast with ser mon ln English at 7a. m ; last mass at 6 A. at. Catechism for the Kngllsh at 10:80 a. H.; Catechism for the Spanish at p. sr. vespers at i p. m. St. Ath a nasi us Phot est* nt Episco pal Chuboh.—Corner oi Temple and New Hlab streets, Key. Kllas Hlrdaall, Keo or Sunday servloes—The Lllanyal lOisS; mornlufc prayers whb sermon at 11; Sunday Sobool at 13:15; evening ser* Tloe al7 :M. Fort st. M. E. Chobch. — Rev. K. S. Chase, Pastor, Rssidenos 166 fort street —sabba b service: Preaching It A. m., and 7p. m. aabbath Sebool 11:90 pm. Weekly prayei meeting Thursday even ing at 7; Class meeting Sabbalb morning aad ovenlng. Wednesday evening. Presbyterian Church.—Rev, 1. W GUIs, castor—Services at tbe Brick church on Port street, between Third aud Fourih streets, at 11 A. w. Sabbalb Sohool at v:«u a. m., Chinese School 6:10 p. sl. Pastor's residence, 96 naker Blook. Trinity M. E. Chobch South.—Spring street, between First and Second. Rev. Thomas R. Curtis, Pastor ln charge. Preaching every Sabbath at 11 A. H. and 7 P. M. Sunday School 0:30 A. it. Prayer meeting 7:45, every Thursday evening. First Baptist Chuboh.—Good Tem plar's Hall, Main atroe , near First National Bank. Rev. Jay W. Osborn acting Pastor* Morning services at 11 o'ol<»oa; Sunday School directly after morning service; evening services at 7:80 o'clock. Prayer meetings Thursday evenings at 7:30 o'olook. Church or Christ.—Meets at Ution Hall every Lord's Kay at 11 a. m. Sun daySohool at iua. M. EVAHOSLIOAI. LUTHRKAN CHURCH— Rev. A. Ueyer, Paster—services ln Union Halt every Suuday at 10:* a. m. and 7:86 p. m. Sunday Sobool at 1:60 A. m. CotroaaOATioHAL Chusoh—New High street, services every Sunday at 11 A. m. and 7:80 P. h. Prayer service on Thurs day eveulnga. Rev. C. J. Hutchlngs, pastor, Sunday School at UN p. at. LOCAL BREVITIES. Southern Cooking. A blacksmith is advertlted for in our New To-Day. Tbe Arizona tralu arrived on time last evening. What Mrs. Fisher Knows About Soutberu Cooking. Don't forget "Yakie, or tbe Ger man Emigrant," at Turn Verein Hall to-morrow night. We are indebted to Mr. O. H. Biins for a box of delioious oranges from bis orobard oo Alameda street. The attention of our youog lady readers la dlreoted to tbe adver tisement "Personal," ln our New To-Day. The flnder of a small brown ter rier dog will reoeive a suitable re ward oo returning same to No. 29 Fort street. Buy from P. Lazarus Mrs. Fisb er's U6W book on Southern Cook ing. Every good housekeeper should have a oopy. Tbe Santa Aua School Trustees ask for tbe levying of a special tax of $1,200 for tbe improvement of their tctiool building. Tbe new Methodist Churoh at Santa Ana will be dedicated at U o'clock tbls morning, Rev, C. W. Tarr, tbe pastor, officiating. The August number of tbe CM fornian publisbes a story by Miss Yda H. Addis, late of this city, en titled "LittleMissGillia' Protege " We learo from the Santa Ana Herald tbat J. D. Betbune, E*q., has removed lo San Bernardino, wbere be will hereafter practioe his profession Tbe Evangelical Association (German) at Santa Ana bave pur ohased a lot and will shortly eom menoe tbe erection of a church at that plaoe. "Yakie," written by M. Quad, the funny man of ihe Detroll Frra Press, will be presented by the Alf Wyman Company at Turn Verein Hall to-morrow night. We are reliably informed that tbe Supreme Court does not lotend to 011 tbe vacancy caused by tbe resignation of Mr. E. S. Belden, phonographic reporter to that body. Mr. J. W. Dunn, Quartermaster's agent at this point, shipped during tha week ending July 23d, 187,000 pounds of barley aud bay to tbe military posts in Southeastern Arizona. Jose Maria Domloguez was ar rested yesterday charged with em bezzling $27 from Jesus Alvarez His examination is set for next Saturday at 1 P. M , and will be held by Judge Fisher. An abstraot of the title to tbs Sierra ranch, San Bernardino ooun ty bas beeu Inst. Tbe flnder will receive a liberal reward by leaving tbe same at tbe offliie of tbe County Auditor, Los Angeles. Alf Wyman, tba great Deutsche dlaleotlolan, at Turn Verein Hall to-motrow (Monday) nlgbt. The floe bay mare "Irish Girl," trained by Mr. Charles Cassagoe, baa been purobased by W. P. Oar- dinar, Esq., for bis personal use. Tbe mare is four and a half years old and gives premise ef making one ef the fleetest and meet reliable roadsters la Ue olty. Mrs. General Banning and daughters wbo bare been visiting friends In Ohio and other part* of tbe Bast for several weeks past, are expected borne to-morrow—Mon day. Tbey oome by tbe TJ. P. and 0. P. route. Armando Armsnte, arrested tbe otber day for striking bis wife on tbe bead witb a batohet, was ex amined before Oity Justloe Adams yesterday and committed for trial on tbe obarge of assault with a deadly weapon. A gentleman laid oo our desk yesterday a curious freak of nature —nine ears of oom covered by one husk. Tbe ears are all very well defined, tbe oenter being an ear of almost normal aize, surrounded by eight smaller ones. Sweetheart yesterday trotted a mile in 2:25 on Mr. L. J. Ross's iraok at Runny Slope. Tbe Messrs. Barney Wolfl and J. A. Graves, wbo witnessed the trot, are ln eestaciea at the lightness, ease and graoa with which the Ally scooped in tbe distance. Mr. Joseph Brent Banning, tbe bright and promising son of Gen. Banning, bas entered tbe offloe of the Messrs. Qlaesell & Smith to study law. He Is a ohip of tbe old block and will undoubtedly dis tinguish himself. We have received a note from tbe Postmaster at San Gabriel stating tbat during tbe past week the Daily Herald has reached that office one day lute In the language of the late Artemus Ward, we respectfully ask tbe pos tal authorities here, Why ia tbls thus? Mr. John Golds worthy, one of tbe original looatore of tbe Oro Grande mine, Mojave district, reports tbat tbe ten-stamp mill of tbe company is in full operation and tbat tbe output is already more tban tba running expenses. Tbe company feel confident of rloh returns ere long. Says tbe Santa Ana Herald: An eoglne and boiler for the Santa Clara coal mine are dally expected at the depot. This machinery is intended for hoisting ooal. Large quantities of coal continue to ar rive bere for shipment to Los An geles. Four car loads went forward tbis week. The San Diego Union of tbe 22d has tbe following personal: D. M. Qraham and wife, of Los Angeles, and Daniel Collier and wife, late of Keokuk, lowa, stopped at tbe Hor ton House last night. Tbey are enjoying a carriage (rip aoross the country, and propose to take in National City to-day, and make a flying visit over tbe line. Mr. aud Mrs. W. E. Hughes (nee Miss Mamie Lucky) arrived in Loa Angeles by the Southern route nlgbt before last aud are stopping at tbe Kimball Mansion. Mrs. Hughes is tbe daughter of tbe late Dr. Luoky, at one lime principal of tbe Lou Aneeles High School. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes will remain in this city for a few days en route to San Francisco. The following are the exports from Santa Ana depot for tbe week ending July 22d, 1881: Oranges, 10 boxes, 690 pounds; eggs, 80 boxss, 1,896 pounds; beans, 50 sacks, 3,227 pounds; lemons, 41 boxes, 3678 ponds; potatoes, 225 sacks, 26,911 pounds; merchandise, 2,900 poumis; coal, 4 oars, 99,000 pounds. Total, 182,996 pounds.— Herald. We enjoyed a pleasant oall from Mr. W. E. Shepherd, late editor of the Ventura Signal, during his visit to Los Angeles. Mr. Shep herd has abandoned tbe editorial for tbe legal profession, and if he proves to he aa acceptable as au ad vocate as be bas sbown himself to he as an editor, we predict pleasant things of bis forensic career. A large number of sacks of mus tard seed are now lying in tbe depot bere » awaiting shipment. Tbere will probably be a full oar load shipped. Tbe seed is from the ranch of Mr. H. Groasmayer, and Is a fine quality or Euglish mus tard. Tne consignment will go through to New York, and no doubt a compensating price will be obtained.— Santa Ana Herald. A large tarn-out accompanied tbe remains of A. Sydney Smith to the grave. An impressive dis course was delivered by Rev. H. W. Featherstun, and tbe baud, of which deceased io life was a mem ber, preceded tbe procession to the grave, playing funeral dirge. There was exbibiled on tbe part of all p res ill! a feeling of sorrow at the loss of one whom noue knew but to respect.— San Bernardino Times, July 2Ut. Mr. Al. Workman, of the San Fernando valley, informs us that he finished harvesting bis wheat crop last Monday, the result being 16,000 sacks of the finest grain ever grown In the valley. He reports that while tba yield was not as heavy as last year, the euperlor quality of the grain will about make up for tbe loss in quautity. Mr. Workman will store a consid erable portion of his grain on tbe ranch and hold it for a good mar ket. Messrs. Ferguson & Rose, about the first of August, will commenoe tearing down the old building on Main street, occupied by their liv ery etable aud the one adjoining, to be replaced by a handsome blook. Tbe building In contempla tion will bave a frontage of 105 feet by a depth of 95, and will be of brick, two stories, witb iron front. A port lon of the lower floors will be occupied for livery stsble pur poses. Of the upper floor we un derstand tbat a portion will be de voted lo an armory for the new military Company and a gymna sium for the Athletic Club. In speaking of tbe mines of San Diego county, a correspondeat of tbe Saa Diego Union writes: "Tbe mountain region between bere and tbe desert is onoe more alive witb miners. Work baa been resumed on several of tbe Julian claims. The Washington, tha Bough and Ready, tbe Gardner and tbe Hub bard are all abowlog well. At tbe Oriftemme work bas been begun wltb quite a force, and tbe new de velopments are of tbe most encour aging character. A good deal or interest Is manifested in thia wbole region, and many predict tbat the iniuli g Induatry will soon become the largest Item of stock ln tradeot Ban Dego county." Wm Leach, who was arrested some days sgo on the oharge of as saulting Messrs. Heath and Cum miogs vlth a pistol, tbe informa tion having been made by Leacb, and who was released ou bail for trial, was again arrested yesterday on au information filed by Cum tilings for tbe same offence. He was taken before Justioe Fisher and held iv $200 bail. The case was immeelately taken before the Superior Court, Judge 3-pulvedi, on fiubtas corpus. The Judge or dered Leach released on tils own recognizance, to appear Monday next for an examination. Mr. aud Mrs. 8. 0. Hubbeil, of tbis city, will start to-morrow for a trip East of the Rocky Moun tains. Tbey will go from here di rect to Manchester, lowa, and visit the old home and frieods r.f Mrs. Hubbeil; thence to St. Paul, where tbey will make a short stay, visiting some of the beautirul lakes for which Minnesota is famous; thenco they will go to Boston and New York and visit the old borne and friends of Mr. Hubbeil, aud especially his father and mother, who are now both upwards of So years of age. They will take lv Wasbintou, paying their lespects to tbe convalescent President, and finally returo to Los Augeles, ex pecting to be absent eight or nine weeks. Will Johnson, sou of dames A. Johnson, wbo is a brakermn on the passenger train between Tulare City and Los Angeles, ou one of his trips not long ago had a narrow escape. Finding a tramp ou the platform he ordered him off, wben suddenly tbe desperado covered Will with a revolvei and threat ened to blow bin brains out if be did not keep still. Will says be thought several little things about tbat time, but managed to give certain signals with his bauds, wbiob were responded to by tbe expressman, wbo was awake, aud oame to his assistance. The tramp finding himself in danger of losing his own life If he further attempt ed that of the brakeman, jumped the train and got away. Will pays he was more disgusted with the fellow's getting away tbau be was at the cowardly attack be had made on him.— lulare lima. Between 8 and 9 o'aloek last nlgbt, as a Bwede named Petersen was oomiug up Commercial street, he met three men standing on tbe sidewalk, near the old depot. As he passed one of them hit bim a lick, knooking him into tbe street. Petersen picked himself up and turned to look for bis assailant, whea tbo latter, witb a pistol in his hand, approached him and said: "lam 1 Billy the Kid:' come and take a cigar with me." The Swede, thinking, doubtles*, that disotetiou waa the better part of valor, ac oompauled bis assailant to an ad joining store. After he had taken a olgar, tbe soi-dlaant "Kid" kicked him out nf the store, at tbe same time saying, "Now, you git," whioh be did. In relating the lu oident to the, Chief of Police Peter sen sa.d, "Veil, vhatcan I do? The man be vas 'Pilly the Kid,' and vben I net go as be dells me, be shoots the top of mine head oil." Chief Qard aflerwards visited tbe plaoe and learned from au eye-wit ness that tbe faots were substan tially as related by Petersen. COURT REPORTS. Superior Court ÜBPOLVEDA J. Saturday, July 23, Stewart vs. Creditors—Petition heard and adjudication bad. Bond, $30. -SET FOR MONDAY. People vs Wm Leach—Applica tion for writ of habeas corpus. Tunisian Proverbs. "Tbe foot goee where the beart leads." "Be a lion and eat me; but do uot be a wolf to dsflje me." "If the ass Is invited to tbe wed ding it is ouly that he may oarry the wood." "Work for thy character until it be renowned, then it will work for the»." "Eaoh klud Is good fur its own kind " "He has no bread to eat, aud he is looking for a wife"—signifies: Be nut ambitious wheu your means are limited. "Tbe woman to whom fortuue doe* not come says tbat ber hue baud is bewilobed." "It is tbe orler himself who bas lost bis ass"—la used lv speaking of those wbo cannot do for them selves what they oan do for others. "What tbe grasshoppers hive left the little birds bave eaten" — means tbat misfortunes never come singly. "He went to the sea and found it dry"—means that a cowardly man will always fail lv his undertak ings "His fortune has turned into nails and straw"—refers to a prod igal "He eats the fruit of tbe paternal garden, and yet iusults bis ances tor."—refers to ingratitude. "One horseman does not make the dust cloud." Tbis signifies that the work of one man oanuot pro dues very good results. "A well mended shoe Is better tbau a negleoted beard"—means that a woman is sometimes worth more than,a man. "What needest thou, instguifl oaut one ?—ouly a diamond ring," signifies that If you are rich fools will make muoh of you. "Hi canuot pay bis barbsr for his heard, aud he wants witnssses for tbe ceremony of his marriage" —refers to a mau wbo, after having beeu once ruined, tries to reoom ment-e business on a large aoals. "He Is looking for his thread and it is hanging upon bis shoulder"— refers to a man iv tbe habit of fall ing into a brown study. "He wanted to kiss his wife, and be put her eyes out"—means tbat evil Is more often accomplished than good witb tbe best intentions. Extracted from natural flowers is Bouquet de Loa Angeles. Preuss & Piroui, proprietors. Second-baud clothing bought and •eld at No. 8 Allso atreet Property Transfers. REPORTED BY JUDSON, GILLETTE 4 GIBSON-JULY 2J, 1881. CONVEYANCES. Jonn Edwards to Sau Franolaoo Bar ings Union—a tracts ln RanoUo El Cons- Jo: St 80. H W Hellman, JaooU Haas, Abe Haas and Jacob Baruoh to Reuben Callahan— LoM6, blk 101, Bellevue Terrace traot; Zeptmnlah Reed to Rudolf Sharer—Lot 1, bla X, Mott tract; 8300. Rudolf Huerer to Zephanlah Reed—Six tmVA VrUm 11 "*°'NE fi Bee RN C Wilson and H A Barolay to Liz ale Wltre— undivided % Biaca Star coal mine; 83085. John Bellamy, by Constable, to Adam Clements—too acres lv ItaucboSan An tonio; 168 14. FW R *'loyd to D C Hay ward—2o acres ln chapman tract; $410. Alex B Grogan to Jno Burns—26 acres ln RancUoSan Pascual; $a 26 Austin C Shaffer to P H Martz-Lot », blk 21)4, Ord's survey; »316. Joa Breaon ti Geo E Milllkeu—Lot 14. blk A, Desnoyer traot; 8800. Stop That Cough. If you are suffering with a cough, oold, asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption, loss of voice, tickling In the threat, or any affection of the throat or lungs, use Dr. Kino's New Discovery for oousumptlon. This Is tlie great remedy that Is causlugeo much excitement by Its wouderful oures, curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over one million bottles of Dr. KiNa's New Dis covery have beeu used within the last year, and have given perfect satisfaction ln every instance. We can unhesitatingly say that this is really the only sure cure for throat and lung affections, and oan cheer fully recommend it to ull. Call and get a trial bottle free of cost, of a regular size for $1.00. For aale by Heiuzeinau & Ellis, Wholesale Agents. Buoklen'a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve In the world for cuts, bruises, Bores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bauds, obllblaios, corns, and all kinds of akin eruptions. This salve Is guaranteed to give perfeot satisfaction in every case or money refunded. Prioe 25 coots per box. For sale hy Heinzemau & Ellis, wholesale ageuts, Eos Angeles. The oolorlst does dyeing and oouriDg at No. 8 Aliso street. Pure drugs, perfumeries, puteut medicines, both foreign and do mestic, all the latest novelties, and prescriptions carefully compounded both day and night, at Preuss & Pironi'e. Heinzamau & Ellis sell at whole sale, and will guarantee prioes as low as auy house iv Southern Cali fornia. Five hundred dollars worth of second-hand clothing wanted at No. 8 Aliso street. TURNVEREIN HALL Monflay,Tnestlay & Weflnesday Eyu's, July 2Stb, 26th and 27th. THE CALIFORNIA. THEATKE YAK IE COMPANY. The Great Eastern Success! Bix weeks In Chioagol Two weeks in Ban Franoiscol YAKIE! ALF WYMAN 4 M.HB LULU WILSON, The Great Eastern Celebrities, supported by the California Theatre Stook Company, in the foremost play on record. Laughter from the rise to tbe fall of the curtain. " What Joshua Whitcomb Is to Yankee rharact'r, Alf. Wyman Is to tha German stage."--Stockton Berald. Sco the following great oast: PBOLOGCE -SWITZERLAND. YAKIE, a Swiss gulds MR. ALF WYMAN John Mably Mr. James Ward Gordon Brodertck, American Consul _ , Mr. Jobn Williams Earl, a peasant Mr. Charles T. Vincent Mrs. Johu Malby --Mrs. A. Wyman loannette miss noka Mcoatie Mario Miss Mlnule La Orolt ( Ten years aie supposed to elapse be tween the prologuo and first aot.) THE FLAY—AMEItIOA. YAKIfc, an emigrant MS. ALF WYMAN Louvisa, Yikle'a alopted daughter •"• Miss Lulu Wilson Jobn Mably Mr. James M. Ward Captain Ouster Mr. Jobn Williams Corporal o my. . .Mr. onirics T. Vincent Mrs. Oatnsburo, a young widow , Miss Noka Mcoabe Miss Mil Me Oscar Hooosi one MISS Minnie La GrolX Dog Ned | Cow By beraelt fBT Secure seats at P. Laiarns ft Oo.'s. No extra charge for reserved seats. Jy2ltd Citizens' Mass Meeting AT UNION HALL, Weauenday, July ttT, AT % O'CLOCK P. M. of Los Angele** city aud counly are requested to meet us above to m4ke arrangements to properly cele brate the CENTENNIAL OF LOS ANGELES. HWWP X- EMBE It STH. jl»td CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE. LADIES, ATTENTION! KNIFE PLEATING, 3c. PER YARD, double and single Box Pleating, Spaoe Pleating, and Kilt Pleating, From one to 21 inches lv width at COR RESPONDINGLY LOW PRICES. NO. 8 TEMPLE STREET. All work guaranteed. jy2ltf A Practical Course with the 8 paniah Language, BY MONSANTO AND LANUUELLIER. Introduced ln Los Angeles by PROF. OUYAB. For sale in the bookstores. Jyi7-lm JUsiT RECEIVED, Dlreot from Eugland, a splendid assort ment of Rogers A Sons' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY. Also for aale, 25,000 ASSORTED ARTICLES. C. DUOOMMUN, Hardware Store. Je la Main street. WILL RESUME STUDIES. St. Vincent's College WILL RESUME STUDIES ON Monday, Aug. 1. lytt-lm . ft) \l_fl fl "IlialVu wharMeSti NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B JP O R, T OF TK« CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANI AT LOS ANGELES, IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, june sotti, iwi. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $293,408.0 Overdrafts 8,900 0 U. S. Bonds to secure circula tion.. 83,000 01 U. H. Bonds on band „ 9,250 01 Otber slocks, bonds and mort gages 60,992 4' Due from approved reserve asents...™. 9lTa 1( Due from state Banks aud Bankers....™ »6 06« 95 Real estate, furniture and flx _ lures „ 41,833 7f Current expenses and taxes _v ail \ - 11,021 91 Premiums paid „ 7,688 2. Checks aod other cash items.... 7,889 8t Bills of other banks if nam Speole 120,9*1 tl Legal tender nates 5,168 04 Redemption fuud Willi U. S. Treasurer (5 percent, of circu lation) 3,735 ot Total 8833.29281 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid ln 8100,000 OO surplus loud 60,001100 Undivided profits 18 810 61 National Bank notes ouutand , -- - 46,000 00 Individual deposits sublect to cbeok _.. 498,767 88 Demand certificates of deposit.. 104,748 7t Due to State Banks and bank ers 17,957 8S Total ..8835 292 81 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 „ Count; ol Los Angeles. I I, E. F. Speuce, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to tbe best 3f ray knowledge and belief. K. F. SPENCE, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 18th day of July, 1881. (Seal.) FRANK A. QIBSON. Notary Public. Correct—Attest: J. F. CRANK. 1 J. E. HOLLENBEOK,> Dlreotors. E. F. SPENCE, ) jyl7 iw ABENOROTH & ROOT MANUFACTURING OMP'Y MANUFAOTORBRS OF (loot's Wrought Iron Sectio oal Safety Boilers, Specially Adapted to all Mlnlna Purposes. Oan be packed ln Paokagea uot ex ceeding 180 pounds weight, for Mule or Overland Shipment. Mora than 78.000 Moree-Pow now In Uae. Lad higbsst award received from Aba Uoited States Centennial Commission. XtVSand for Illustrated Catalogue. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: »*•> OMit'tai, New York. PHOSPHATE SOAP. HE BEST 18 ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. THE BUST scan for toilet use ever man ufactured. BEST because it contains all the excellencies of the most expensive for eign or Amerioan soaps without their de fects. BEST because it combines strength with delicacy iv suoh a way that its strong detersive qualities do not injure the skin. BEST because it is the result of years of study aud experiment in tbe Boap man ufacturing business, assisted by modern ohomical discoveries. BEST because it contains ingredients beneficial to tbe akin, which unite chemically with the soap io such a manner as to increase its saponace ous qualities. Every chemist familiar witb soap manufacture knows that sonio inured. euta wbioh are in themselves beneficial to be skin cannot be saponified; some are par ially neutralized, while otuers injure tbe of the soap. Tbere aro soaps in the market which are to some extent beneficial to the skin, but they aro inferior articles for toilet use. PHOS PHATE SOAP is the ONLY, article offered to tbe public which combines all the best elements of toilet soap with medioal in gredients benetloial to the skin. It your wife is iv the habit of using cos metics of any kind, advise her to give np the pernicious practice, as tue most harm less face powders obstruct tbe pores of the akin aud sooner or later injure the com plexion, while PHOSPHATE SOAP re moves all impurities and assists uature iv developing a natural, healthy and beautif uj skill It is an old proverb that an ounce of pre ventive is better than a pound of cure, Twcnty-rlve cents invested in a oako of PHOSPHATE SOAP will save hundreds ol dollars in doctors' bills. It acts as a constant disinfectant, preventing Bal. Rheum and other skin diseases. If your wife will persist in tbe use of cos metics buy her a cake of PHOSPHATE SOAP and toll her to use it every night before retiring, la that way muoh of the harm will bo avoided, as the skin will thereby be able to retain much of its natural vigor and beauty. No salve or ointment oan heal a wound or sore of any kind. Every educated physician will tell you tbat nature alone cau do tbis. PHOaPHAI'K SOAP, by its cleansing, soothing and purifying qualities gives nature a chance to aot freely. Ladies who have injured the akin by the constant use of cosmetics may do muoh to restore their faces to that beauty which uature alone can give by constantly using PHOSPHATE SOAP, For all diseases oi the ekiu use FHOB PHATESOAP. There is nothing like! for removing impurities and uiviug the skin a healthy and natural vigor. II you wish to make yuur. uauds soft boy a oaks of PuOdrhtATti BJAP, and when that is gone you will bay a dozen aad re commend your Mends to do the sane, Manufactured by the Standard Soap Coep-aij. , »t Baotajrasata street, ■. f. NEW TO-DAY. V For 30 Days Only I V g To Reduce my Larite Summer Stook, I now offer gf THE FINEST AND LARGEST LINES OF / Boots eEtzxcl ShoesV TO BE FOUND IN THIS MARKET, At atn Kuormou* Bednotlon oh Preaeat PrtosMS JSTNo need now ef buying trashy goods, wben yon bar* tbo oaae-v tunity of getting fl rat-class goods at suoh low prises aa aro now edEfaS. Mbf. ovltatiou extended to all. Mark It down so yoa won't forget H, NSL.ANEY'B, / 161 TMLJ__.IT* STREET,/ y Between First and Second, g L. LICHTENBERGER, MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES, From tbe celebrated Columbus Buggy Co, and from tha leading facto* rles lo New Haven and New York, comprising Extension Too Oaf* rlages, Top and Open Surrles, Brewster side-bar, combination. Mala and end springs, Piano, Whtteohapel and Coal Box, Top and Open Mmt gies; also, Four-Bow and Canopy Top Pbratons; also, Platform. I and Eod Spring Business and Pleasure Wagons, all of tba latest Styles and Finish. HT"I buy and sell NOTHING BUT GOOD WORK, and dory oom petition in prices for the same quality and workmanship. WEvery Vehicle Fully Guaranteed. jsSMai FOURTH OF JULY Having purchased the entire stock of an Eastern Shirt Manufacturer, consisting of 5000 dozen of White antl Fancy Colored Shirts and 2000 dozen Linen Collars sod Cuffs, I would simply say to those who have not yet hon ored me with a visit that I am in a position to offer these some splendid bargains, and advise them to call at onea and secure a choice selection from this magnificent stock. I am now opening 37 cases White and Fancy Colored Shirts, all new, desirable goods, which I offer below man ufacturer's cost. WHITE SHIRTS, #1, 91.85,51.50, &1.7S and #8 eaok. COLORED SHIRTS, «1, Nil.SO. «%e aad £•<*.*£ S, eaoh lnoludtagT two Collars; also, separate cuffs with the finer grades. Tilssans Collars, fSIiSO adosen; EinenCoffa,fS a doaea. WMy Specialty Shirts Made to Order.*ai XX. SI£2GrJESX^ v Importer of Cents' Furnishing Goods, Manufaoturer of the Celebrated Aroade Shirt, 56 MAIN ST., CORNER COMMERCIAL, LOB ANGELES. FOURTH ANNUAL, FAIR OF THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, AND Grand Centennial Exposition and Celebration, AT THE PAVILION, LOS ANGELES, CAL., September Sth, Continuing Six Days. The Board of Directors invite the hearty co-operation of every citizen who is interested in the progress and weir fare of Southern California to make exhibits, as well tend the coming Exposition and Celebration. From arrangements already consummated the Fourth Exposition of the Society will be equal in variety and magnitude in every particular, and in many departments superior in point of interest to any former Exposition. A special and interesting programme will be pre sented each afternoon and evening. FARE AND EXPRESS. The Southern Pacific Railroad will issue Round . Trip Tickets from all stations to Los Angeles at greatly reduced rates. The Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express will carry aIL packages weighing twenty pounds, or leas, tended for the Fair, free. The Society will pay the freight on all exhibits, and deliver them at the pavilion free. For full particulars and Premium Lists, address the Secretary. J. DaBARTH SHORB, • President. Geo. Rice, Secretary. v m OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant. No. 116 Main Bl.,Cardon* Block. The table will be furnished with tbe beat that oan be procured ln the marker. Regular meal a, 25 ots. SV ICE-CREAM SALOON conneoted with the restaurant. n«4-lni CHAS. WENZEL, Proa'r. Ho! for Catalina Island! THE PRKM BATHING, HUNTING AND FISHING RESORT. The yaoht DON GEORGE. Captain Ed ward Johnson, will commence raanlng to Catalina on or about June It, making regular trips during the aeason. The Don , George wilt start Irom the Wllmingtoa wharf, thus earing passengers tha ea , pease of transfer of baggage, oa Tues days, Thursdays arid Saturdays. B» ' turning, sha will leave tbe Island oa ' Moadays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Fare for tba round trip. it. JOHN MORRISON. Agent, apsatf WUmfiujrtoa. THB SCHOOL OF THE Sisters of Charity WILL RE-OPEN OH Monday, Aug. 1. •7"Parent! will And it advaatafWXU te send their ohlldrea promptly M ah*' opening of tha aehool term, aa theiaMr all delay in elaaalflcaUoß will Imilal cd. irhlai Teutonla Nail, '. NO. tOO MAIN ST., U. a BTJILBIII* Frohllngar a Mathts*Mtt« paoraraxoß*.