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TUESDAY JULY 26, 1881. Justice Clifford, of tbo United State* Supreme Court, whose death at Cornish, Maine, occurred yester day, was appointed by President Buchanan January 12, 1858. He was the lastot the Justloesappoint ed before tbe war. Hew thoroughly gerrymandered tbe State of New York Is in tbe in terest ef tbe Republican party ia shewn by the faot tbat, though fhtrfleld oarrled that State by tbe ekla of bis teeth, tbere were only ••Ten Democratic Senators and but an Insignificant, number of Demo cratic Asssmblymen lv the laat in T famous legislature of >. iil; - State. -v-ju-ai-d -sSe Empire 1 set tue pauolty of our rep "reoentattun ln tbat body, In both braaeb.es, is really a matter of con gratulation, after all, ln view of its iguobla history. It would serve tbe Republican party exastly right If, tn tbe spe cial elections to fill tbe seats ot Miller and Lapham la the House •( Representatives, two Democrats ehoald ho elected, si they probably will ba. Tbe "Gad and morality" party bas been lately washing a re markable amount ef dirty linen ln pablio, and no one need be ln the loasl surprised at a natural and wboleeome resalt, vis , ln tbe rs tarn of two staunch Dtmoorata to tha scats of those medleore and trading politicians. If there Is a lingering element of sslf-respsot in J|Bls«ters of New York tbat will ba tbo outcome. Wi aro glad to be able to assure our people that tbe price for grapes thie year will be at least as good as last year and perhape better. Io Tlow of the epeolaliy abundant •rap this is a most hopsful state of things. Never lv tbe history of Loe Angeles county has there been a mora generoue yield of tbe grape than during tha ourrent year. Tha amount of wine manufactured will be uaprecedented In quantity; and, what is much better, tbe Eastern demand will even exceed all pre vious record. It is growing ln quite aa arithmetical ratio; and by the time, if over, tbo Frenoh vineyards •hall shake off tbe phylloxera and rehabilitate themselves, tbe excel lenoe of our vintages will have in sured an unquestioned pre emi nence for the pure and wholesome California wines and brandies as against the Frenoh slops whicb aro co largely chipped to this oountry. THB extent of the building im provements being made by Mr. L. J. Rose, of Sunny Slope, is a favor able augury for tbie oounty. All tble mammoth investment arises oat of, and ia referable to tbe vigor, of tbe wine interests of Los Ange lea county, of whloh Mr. Rose has bean such a persevering and de voted pioneer. Through tbe exer tions of Mr. L. J. Ross, Con Matso Keller, and othere, In tbe East, is due tbe univereal appreciation wblch now prevails, in tbe trans- Bocky Mountain regions, as to Loa Angslea wines and brandies. Now tbat tbe French staples era really mere manipulated dishwater, we expect to sec even a greater lnter cat In tbe pure American grape staple*. During tbe past year 88,000.000 gallons of wine were ■ado In tbo United States; and, of tbls as yst Insignificant total, Cali fornia produced 18,000,000 gallons. Tbls fact tells tbe etory of our ad vance In very brief aod compre* hanslva terms. It is simply mar velous, aud yet It is but the mere beginning. Ut order tbat tbey shall not for* got It, we invite tbe attention of •or Republican fellow-oltlient to several facte. Wben the foolieb resignations of Senators Conkling and Platl wore banded In, tba Sen ate of tbe United States was l«ft Wltb a olear and unquestioned Dsm eeratie majority. They oould at once have prooeeded to elect a Democratic Secretary, a Democrat lo Sergeant at Arms, and Demo cratic offlcers of every grade. Not only tbat, tbey could have recon etltuted ail tbe Committees iv tbe Interest of tbe Democratic party. Beth Mahone and Vice President Arthur weald have counted for nothing. Instead of taking tbls Justifiable partlaau advantage, tbe Deaaosratle Senate magnanimous ly adjourned There may be Re publicans so lnorusted with aaat aad self - rigbteousnsss as ■ot to be able to see tho greatness of tble self abnegation, but we are Inclined to think that tbe sobersecoad thought •f the masses will acclaim It. The Democratic party, though it may sometimes make mistakee, Ie al waye great aoulcd and forbearing. Both at Albany and Washington It baa lately been making history vary rapidly and very creditably. The end ie not yet. Tat* Tucson Star of tbe 22d lost, eaeends the Herald's nomination of Col. James O. Howard as Gov ernor of Ariione, vioe Fiflmont re slgned or promoted, for of oourse tbo indecency of shelving tbe Patb-flod«r and first Republican nominee for tbe Presidency will ■ot be attempted by a Republican 1 administration. Col. Howard would ■O an •uergetlo aad oapablo Gov ernor of Arisoaa; and ho le, be- J ■idea, oa* of tba biggoat men Intel- j IcoUsllj nn this oaast a bigger < man tban old Fremont or a bakers' dozen of Frenaonts. Somebody of eminence in English literature and poli ties onoe said that you oould out a hundred Sir James Mackin toshes out of Edmund Burke with out missing anytbing. FiCmonts could be carved ad libitum from Co!. Howard's cranium without serious detriment to tbls consum mate frontiersman, lawyer and ssholar. Tbe man wbo was in both the 111-starred Cuban and Nicaragua expeditious is Just tbe personage to handle Arliona ln her present etate. Tbere cannot possi bly be a mistake in appointing tbls frontier "stalwart'; of Ailtona. U.y _vi bs a white [• u * r 4ty-io"r that territory when '.ueofflolal bulletin of bis appoint ment should be given out. VVu publish tbls morning, wltb a high degree of pleasure aud pain, tbe superb address Issued by tbe Democratic members of tbe New York Legislature upon the arjourn ment of tbat body sine die, tbe otber day. Without question tbe most disgusting episode ever known In American polities closed last week at Albany in the election of two rlob political "dead beats" to tbe Uoited States Senate. We can say, with trutb, as to both of tbese fellows, wbo are thus In truded Into tbe United Senate, that tbey are not squal to tbe ordinary range of tbe common oounolia of our oities. While we are aware that these bodies sometimes oon tain men of genius (we bave our •ye upon oertaln members of tbe Loa Angeles Counoil) it Is general ly not olalmed tbat tbey rank above mediocrity. Warner Miller, wbo was elected for the long term, to succeed Senator Piatt, is a man who has uaad bis position In tbe lower house of Coogress to in crease the tariff on wood pulp, be being at tbe same time a manufacturer of print ing paper aud v national legislator. If he bad got bis deserts, instead of being elected a United Htat«3 Sen ator by tba degenorate Hepublioan party ot to-day, lie Ought to have been drawn through a horse-pond and bung, for his nuso betrayal of a publio trust to his private inter eat. From any standpoint but vul gar money be Is an Indefinite ex tension of nothing. His colleague, Lapbam, wbo succeeds Boscoe Conkling, is a man possessed of money who, It Is reasonably cer tain, deserted from the army of tbe United States during the war. Alter electing euoh nnspsakable nincompoops, aod worse, to tbe United States Senate, the compli ant organs of Ihedylng Republican parly will, generally, represent tbese political abortions to be tbe glass of fashion and Ibe mould of form, sonetotlaily. Roseoa Col kling's classic look bas disappeared from tbe United States Senate. Not for years te come will that Jovs like brow, enwrapped, It may be, with a good opinion of Its possessor, be seen in Senatorial marble balls. Aad how New York will lose, when tbe roll-oall of ber Sen ator* Is sounded ? How the gen ius of that ftiata, brooding over the fallen greatnesi of tha premier Comoaonwealtb of tbe Uuiou, will wilt and droop as It looks down ou Miller and Lapham I We stated tbat we were both pieased end pained at tbls address of tbe Dem ocratic Legislators of New York, aod ws will explain tbe paradox. We are pained that New York is sunk so low, and yet we are pleased beoinse, from the depths of her degradation, will spring a regenerating ac ! rejuvenating Damoeratlo regime in that State. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. [Special «a tbe Btuu by tb* Western Union Telegraph, Ooupaay. | PACIFIC COAST. i 1 STOCK REPORT. . SAN FBANOIBOO STOOK ANU BX ; OHANUE BOARD. MORNIBO BKBSIOK Hut FBAitcjaco, July M uu opbir. Set OK 10 Alpha, 169 870 Hexioat., 7M. Hi lx> h.-i. .„„ ,8 .0 •111 O *C, 4.H0. 4.56, 60 Contldeiioe. 860 4 80,1.90. 4 8i 6S6S Nevada, CM ISO h it v, 10,1UX, »X ' 10* 85Utab.SK.6X 260 usua, 780 M asebeuuar, 1.16, S7O Ba»ase, 8.70,2.65, 1.10 ■ 2.80 681 Overman. 1.19 WlCouVa.a.lO »6J Union, at, MM TlO ch011ar.2.40,8.80 2ml A1ta,4.10 iii 180 Andes, U| 700 Potosl, 2 70, 2.60, 270 Scorpion, 1.16, I 2 69 1.10 870 HAN, 8 20, 3.26 760 Benton, 1.1.04 1 8:10 Point, 2.05 HO « flats, 290 160 Jacket, 4.69, 4 60 OPEN BOARD—I.BO 1-. SI. t rowu Point, 2b; Imperial, Ms b, 16 a: Alblou, 820 b; ÜbnlUr, 2.40 b, 36j a; Union, St* a; Ore,SOS s; Alia, ai s: Br • dle.6J4b, 7 a: Exchequer, IX b, 190 a; Beit o Heloner, MM »; Utah.Oib; Sav age, 2.70b; Potosl, b, 8.80 at Alpha. i).7ob, BXa; UaliomiH, 76c o, 80 a; Celt duuia, 100 s; Sierra N«vadu, 8H s; uou Vlralnltt, 8.19 s; Sutro, 18ob,80a; Bullion, 490b. 60a; Mexican, 7H-i tiould <* Uui ry, 4 86 b, 6 a; Jacket, 4.60 ft; <iphlr,6X b; Justice, HOob; Benton, 108 a; Belcbtr, 8.10 b, 8.16 a: overman, I.Sj 0; Kxrheq i-r, liMb; Noonday,6oo ft, 78a: uoodshaw. 700 b. Passeuaare Houttl and JC*sl. Fresno, Cal., July 26 —The fol lowing is the list of paasriigers for the South and East on tbe train whloh paaaeil tbis plaoe at 5 P M : Mra Mary C Cooper, Mrs Mary Wilson, Mite Wilson, Miss Kutb Wilson, Sun Gabriel; S tl Maltson, Ariiona; W D Koigbt, L Wolf skill, GrPuroell, Los Aogsles. Aas*Bln*>F ■DlW*j'* B ßillß rTI uuktUl I■ n F, San Francisco, July IS—Alice Ourran, employed ac a domestic io the family of Mr. Klngwell, at No. 2806 Sixth street, died tbere lad evening about 11 o'clock from I strychnine, taken with suicidal In tent. She has reoeotly shown signs of mental aberration. The steamer City of Tokle, from China and Japan, brings over 1000 Chinese. San Francisco, July 25th.— The State Prisou Investigating Commission to-day wsnt into the general question of prison etblos, s number of witnesses being called In that cooneotlon. The most nota ble of these was Judge Freelon, ol tbe Superior Court of San Fran olsco, wbo testified that be ooneid ertd that a oonvlot, after serving a term at San Quentln, oame out worse (ban he went lo; tkfcj lr j short, the prison w K Jrt oriool ' o( crime. Warden. Am , 9 testified re .,irs—lnn manufacture of tbe water wheel, heretofore mentioned, that It was for a grist mill at Half Moon Bay In which be was inter ested; that State material bad been used ln ite construction; tbat be bad not yet oharged himself with it as he had an open acoount wltb the State whloh would be duly bal anced und closed at tbe proper time. Some prison labor was used In malting tbe wheel, but It was ot inconsiderable amount and value and be thought he was entitled to use It. After to-morrow tbe Com mission will g) iuto a private ex amination ot aooounte and matters inside tbe prlcoo. Application lor Reduction Sealed -Wvk no ibe Csillerule Cuaili. em — A Bs»S eunwlutf. SAN DIEOO, July 26tb.—In tbe application of tue Southern Paciflo Railroad Company to tbe County board of Equalization for a reduc tion of tbe assessment from $16,600 per mile, tbe assessment fixed by tbe state Board, to $8000 per mile, tbo Railroad Compauy was rtpre sented by JE. B. Ryan, B. W. Hen duck and A. B. Uoiobkles. Tbs Stats Board assessment was sus tained by Dlstilct Attorney Will M. Smith aud MaJ. Levi Cbase In tbe argument before tbe Board. After several boun' argument tbe County Board denied tbe applica tion on tbe ground tbat no testi mony was off .-red showing tbe cost or value of tue 714 miles more or less in this State, except as fo tbat portion lying within San Diego county. Tbe steamer brought tbls morn ing 200 more laborers for tbe Cali fornia Southern Railway, and tbe whole party are now on the road to tbe Temecula Pass, wliete heavy grading operations are being pushed with great vigor. It is probable tbat tbe company bave nearly 1000 men at work iv tbo section bsyond Falibrook. The railroad grade along tbe bay shore Is going for ward very laat'aiid will be com pleted In a few days. Tbe total assessed value of prop erty in lhe county this year, after making all deduotlons, Is nearly $7,000,000. s*riai»ner Milled l»r » fkueriff, V uma, July 26 —Blanco Floras, a Mexicau, who murdered another Mexloan at tbe Castle Dome mine?, this county, about a month ago, was killed by tbe Sheriff of Yum* county this evening at Kail Han lou's Ferry. Tbe Sheriff and bis deputy bad effected tbe capture, but Fiores broKe away and Jumped Inio tbe river under lire. Ouesbot look offeot, killing bim Instantly, He was formerly one nf Marquee's soldiers. A reward of $5u bad bsen offered for his capture by the Cas tle Dome Mining aad Smelting Company. EASTERN. Tae ft'residmt'a Concision. Executive Mansion, 7:25 p. v. [Official bulletin.] —I'he President tiaa done well during the day. Tbls afternoon the fever old not come on until after S o'clook. It was some what higher than yeaterday, but ti era baa been no chill. At noon bis pulse was 104, temperature 934 respiration 20. At7p at. bis pulse was 110, tempsratuie 101.8, respire tinn 24. [Signed ] D. W. Bliss, J. K. Barnes, J. J. Woodward, KoBT. Rjgybubn. KuooQroßtnS Brport ot the rres- IdDßt. Executive mansion, July 26th —10:30 p. II — The condition of tbe Pie-ideot to-nlgbt Is said by Dr. Bilastobeln every way favorable aod encouraging. Tbe afternoon fever, wbiob oarne on about 8 o'clock, baa nearly subsided and the patient's pulse and tempera ture are both at this hour below one hundred. He ia sleeping quiet ly and all tbe surgeona have left the Mansion, except Dre. Bliss and Woodward, wbo are on duty. Tlie Kaiiruad %tnr. NSW York, July 25th.— The railroad war continues. All the trunk lloesarenow sailing tickets to Cbioago at nine dollars. stobettton ivora lv. New York, July Ssth.—Judge Robertson this afternoou took tbs oath of office as Collector of the Port. FnSai ataiiroad Afteldeu* Denver, Col., July 25th.—Tbs englue of tbe south bound passen ger train on tbe Colorado Central road last night ran Into a oulvert, between Bertboud and Longmont. Frauk Whitney, the engineer, aud an unknown tramp were killed and M. Tlllery, fireman, badly bruised. The acoident was caused by tbe heavy rains washing a bridge away. Jumped over a tfrtolple*. Troy, July 25th.—Wm. Gairu, while sufisrlng from delsrium tremens, leapsd bead foremo<t tbls morning ftom a preolploe 126 feet high totbe rocky bod of Porstlaklll creek. Ha was terribly out and I raised, but will probably recover. His esoape was miraculous. foreign. fuaerai ol stia aiiaaie'. London, July 26th.—At Dean Stanley's liio.nl Matthew Arnold, tbe eminent writer, Right Hon. Wm. Perry Smith, Bisbop of Ex eter, Right Hon. Wm. E, Forater aod the Duke of Westminster were among the pall bearers. Tbe Arob blsbop of Canterbury presided at tbe grave. Has Mo* Tet Stespeaded. LONDON, July 25.—1n the Houae of commons to-day Sir William V. Hsrjourt, Home Secretary, said tbo American government had not yet replied to tbe rcpraccntatlons made by tbls government with re gard to inoltement to outrage. No represenatlons, be eaid, have yet been made In regard to dynamite plots. Fatal g>ael*. Berlin, July 26th.—Baron Yon Oeyso, a young officer of muob promlss, has been shot dsad in a dual with a brotbar officer. Twostadsnts of Gottlngen fought a duel with pistols on Thursday last and one was mortal ly wounded. Gibraltar, July 26tb.—A duel took plaoe last evening within, - t 'ne Spaulsh lines betwee".Spanish offlcers—a Cap'i'm ut _& a Lieuten ant v waa killed and "'Vx.ieutenaut seriously wounded. NEW TO-DAY. Wanted. A furnished room, with board aud uae of a piano. Address, "Permanent," box 1019. » Situation Wanted. By a young man who la willing to make himself generally useful; speaks tbree languages — Cuius], rrenoh aad Spanish. Address V, Herald office. JiB-lw Situation as Butler. A Swede, Just arrived, wlehes a situa tion as butler ln a private family, oily or country; willing to work lor small wages; best of references. Address C. 8., Herald offlse. J26-31 LOST-gS REWARD. Between Loa Angeles and tbe Monte, a Fink CAOE SHAWL, rive dollars re ward will be paid ror its return to the Herald office, or to MRS. ROWLAND, at the Puente. J27-8t In the Superior Court Of tbe Slate df California, iv aud for Los Angeles county. In tb* matter ol the eatat* or i . , B. D. Wilson, deceased. 1 '™* Notloe is hereby given that ln pursu ance ot two orders of the Superior Court of the state of California, In and (or Los Angeies county, one made on the 6th day ot May, lteO. aud the other on the 15in day oi November, 1860, ln the matter of the estate of B. D. Wilson, deoeased, the undersigned, the executors ol said estate, will sell at private sale, to tbe highest bidder,for cask ln gold coin oflbe United states, and subieot to confirmation by said Superior Court, on er after THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1881, AU the right, title, interest and estate of tbe said B. D. Wilson, deoeased, at the time of his death, .and all the right, title and interest that tbe said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, ac* quiied other than or in addition to that of the said Intestate at the time of his death, ln and to all those oertaln lots, pieces or parcels of land Bltuate, ly ing and being in tbe said county of Los Augeles,State oi California, bounded and decribed as follows, to wit: First—Lot 10, range S, of tbe Albambra traot.according to survey thereof male by George Hansen and reoorded ln th* records of Los Angeles county. Second—An undivided one.hall of that certain traot ot land situated in said oounty aud known as "Oak Knoll," said tract being bounded on the north by lands of tbe Lake Vineyard Land and Water Association; east by Home tract; south by lauds of Carter & Richardson, and west by lands of Stoneman, contain ing one hundred and seventy (170) aores. Third—Also, the following lota of land, situate tn what is known us tho "Albam bra tract," in said Los Angeles county, and being: Fractional lots 3 and 4, ln range 3, con taining 6 aores. Lot 6, range 2, containing 6acres. Lot 6, range 2, containing 2.4 seres. Lots 7 aud 8, range 2, containing 10 aores. Lots 7 and 8, range 3, containing 10 aores. Lot 9, range 8, oon tain In g 5 acres. Lots S and 6, ranae 4, containing 7.4 aores. Lots 10,11 and 18, range 4, containing 16 aores. Lots 6 and 6, range 5, containing 7.4 aores. Lois 10, II and 12, range 5, containing 19 acres. Lot 0, range 6. containing 3 4 aores. Terms and condluon 01 sale—Cash la gold coin of tbe United States. Deed at expense of the purohaae. Bid* or offers maybe made at any II me after the first publloailon of this notice and betore the making o' the sale. All bids or offers must be ln writing and oellvered to tbe un dersigned. J. Us Barth Sborb, personally, at bis resldenoe, near San Gabriel, Cali fornia. Dated July 26th, 1881. J. DE BaRTH SHORB, MsR lARET S. WILSJN, Exsoutors of the estate or B. D Wilson, deceased. Jy26td TURN VEREIN HALL Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Ev.'s, July 26th, 86th snd 27th. THE CALIFORNIA THEATBE YAKIE COMPANY. The Grout Esatern Snooesa 1 Six weeks in thioago! Two weeks in San Francisco! YAK1IB! ALF WYatAN & K,aa LULU WILSON, The Great Eastern Celebrities, supported by the California Thealre Stook Company, in the foremost play on reonrd. Laughter from the rise to the fall of the curtain, " What Joshua Whitoomb ia to Yankee chsractir, Alf. Wyman Is to the German stage."—Stcckton Herald. See the following great cast PBOLOGUE-8 WITZ EBLaND. yaKie, a Swiss guldi MB. alf wyman John Mably Mr. James Ward Gordon Broderlck, Amerioan Ooneul Mr. John Williams Ksrl, a peasant Mr. Obarlei T. Vincent Mrs. John Ma Iby ....Mrs. A. Wyman jeannette Miss Hoke MoUab* Marie Mis* MfnntsLsOroix ion years aie supposed to elapse be tween tbe prologue snd first aot.) THE PLAY—AMERICA. YAKIE. an emigrant Ma. ALF WYMAN Louvisa. V tkie's alopted daughter "" Ml** Lain Wilson John MaMy Mr. James M. Ward Captain Ouster Mr. John Williams Oorporal u'nellly Mr. Obarlaa T. Vincent Mra. Qainaboro, a young widow • Mlsa Noka Mcuabe Mies Millio osoar Moonstone Miss UI uu i» ua Oroix Dog Ned I Cow By herself *W Secure seats at p. Lazarus A oo.'s. No sat 1 a charge for reserved seats. JySltu Citizens' Mass Meeting AT UNION HALL, Wedue*iluj, July «'?', AT S O'CLOCK P. M. Tueoltliens of Los Augeles city and couuty are requested to meet aa above to make arrangements to properly cele brate the CENTENNIAL OF LOS ANGELES, SEPTEMBER OTH. Jietd CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE. WILL RESUME STODIES. St. Vincent's College WILL RESUME STUDIES ON Monday, Jk.\\&. 1. WANTS—LOST—FOUND. Personal. A young mil, a stranger ln the olty, dealres the acquaintance of a young lady. Object, soolal Intercourse. Ad dress, T. L , Herald offloe. JM-tt Wanted. A BLACKSMITH. Apply at Los An. ■eies rrour aillis. _ ■ J24-1W LANSEBBHIM - CO. Situation Wanted. A Soolohman wants a situation in town or country. Address, MoD.. Her ald offloe, 123-st Wanted. TO BUr A UOOD SECOND-HAND SPRING WAGON. Address P. 0. box U7l. JW-lw Board in a Private Family. Handsome double parlors, wltb board. A few table boarders taken. Accommo dations flist olaas. 198 Main «treet, late Frenoh Consulate. Jy23-lm $3,500. PARTNER WANTED lOr au estab lished business Address, L.. Herald offloe. Jyl9-8w Wanted. By a middle-aged lady, a situation as lady's nurse. Inquire at 41 First street. Jl7-1W ETohx A suitable reward will be given, and no questions asked, for the return of a small brown TERRIER DOG with white breast; neither ears nor tall clipped; very intelligent and answers to the name of chessle. Return to No. 39 Fart street. JyMll TO ORCHARDISTS. A gentleman desiring to help In or chard and vineyard culture would give his services for board lor some months. Addroaa,"Beglnner." Herald office. J2B 8t MOTE LOST. Notice is hereby given that a note lor 8800, made by carter A GUmore In favor of Kdward E. Mann and dated about the 6th or May, 1881, bas been lost. All per sons are oautloned against negotiating said note. EDWARD E. MANN. Los Angeles, July 18,1881. Jl9-1W MINES FOR MARES. The subscriber wishes to exchange several mining claims ln the best locali ties ln Arisona for first-class brood mare*. Address, 1. W. LORD, jy!7tf Los Angeles. afblOO BEWABDI For Information leading to tbe convic tion of any person wilfully and mali ciously placing any metal, wood or other substance in any stack to be threshed by our machine. HOLMES A CO. July 2,1881. JB-lm BOARD and BOOMS. 206 SPRINC ST. Private Boarding; Sunny Rooms, en suite or single, lurnlsbed with all the comforts of an elegant private home; six minutes walk from tbe Postofflce. ear Terms very reasonable. Jyl2-6m FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE. A SPRING WAGON aud HARNESS, both nearly new and a couple of splen did Amerioan boraes, whloh will work single or double. Apply at this offloe. Jy3l-Iw FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OF SO ACRES; two artesian wells; orchard and vineyard of 20 aores. Inquire of A. W. POTTS, Oounty Clerk's offloe. m25-lw FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one blook from Postoffloe. dSltf FOR SALE. ONE 14 ACRE TRACT of land south of the oity, on tbe extension of Main St., about four miles from the Court House; also, ONE 40 ACHE TRACT ln tbe Rancho Santa fjertrudes, half a mile from Downey City, A 1 corn land, with small house. Apply to U. O. LIPS. Jyie-lm 21 Main St., baker Blook. FOR SALE. HOUSE AND LOT ON MATN ST., be tween First ana Second, 75x800 ft., front ing oa Main and New Los Angelea streets,with all kinds of bearing fruit trees, There Is room enough to build a factory or theater on Main street, as it is In the heart of the city, and private houses on New Los Angeles street. JeSO-lm E. QRKENBAUM. FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT, ou Bunker Hill avenue, near Second atreet; con venient to Normal school and free from dust. WM. D. STEPHENS, J*9-im Room 85, Temple Blook. TO LET. NEWLY FURNISHEDSuuuy Rooms, at NO. a FIRST STREET, only a few steps from tbe Postoffloe. m2l-lm FOB S-AXjE3. SEVERAL NEAT NEW COTTAGES, three and four rooms; line looatlon: splendid Investment, C. WHITE, my6-3ni Room 49 Temple Block. notice this!!! SPLENDID INVESTMENT in city property la offered; will net 16 per oent. Call on C. WHITE, Je2s-n6m Room 49.Temple Block. Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal. •arSPAOIOUS PARLORS, Fine Suites, and Large Single Sunny Rooms, contain ing all modern conveniences. aev-THE TABLE supplied with the best the market affords. SBtf MRS. M. H. KIMBALL. Prop. HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having been with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, will oon tlnue business at their old plaoe. Mrs. Smith la prepared to do all kinds of hair work in the best and latest styles. Re member the place, NO. «• SPRING ST. m2»tf LAMBS, ATTENTION! KNIFE PLEATING, 9e. PER YARD, double and single Box Pleating, Space Pleating, and Kilt Pleating, From one to 81 inobes ln widtb at COR* RESPONDING!.Y LOW PRICES. NO.B TEMPLE STREET. All work guaranteed. Jy2ltt JUST RKOJEXVjEiJD), Dlreot from England, a splendid assort ment of Rogers a Sons' TAILS AND POCKET CUTLERY. Also for sale, 96,000 ASSORTED ARTICLES. O. DTJOOMMTJN, Hardware store, je M Mala street. NIOW ADVERTISEMENTS. STATBMEITT 'OF THJE ASSETS AND LIABILITIES LOS ANKLES COUNTY BANK, July 1, IS3L ASSETS. Cash oo band tll.SlT 89 Deposited In other banks 69.183 It Safe and furniture I wo 0. Loans 1(6 913 o> Real estate 11a.4J3 » tTiOOit 67 LIABILITIES. Due depositors .................»lo« 064 88 Oaplialstcok IOO.OuO 00 Reserve luud „... 301,128 08 Expenses aoorued 600 i o Dividends unaalled for. - 4ft6 Ou Collection account „.. 380 SO Bent and tax account current 1,369 90 Net undivided profits (or past six months 1M)8 « 1189 10; 87 Tbe real estate to tbe amount of 81863.87 is situated ln San Bernardino oounty; tbe remainder In las Angeles oounty, a* are tbe otber assets, exoept as appears above. Tbe evidences or tba assets ot tbe Dank are ln tbe bank's vault and are for tbe major part also on record In San tiernardlno aud Los angeies oountles. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I „ Oounty of Los Angeles. I J. S. Slauson, President, and H. L. Mac nell, Oashler, of Los Angeles Oounty Bank, being several ly duly swora.eaeb lor himself, says the foregoing statement Is true to tbe best of his knowledge and ballet. Signed: J. S SLAUSON. S. L* MACNEIL. Sworn and subscribed to befors me tbls 7th day ol July, 188 L Signed: v. A. DOBINSON, Notary Public ln and tor said oounty of Los Angeles, State of California. —-or THX— ACTUAL PAID-UP CAPITAL Los Angeles County Bank, July last, lsßsßt. The actual paid-up capital is, in gold $100,000 00 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I „ Oounty of Los Angeles, f J. S. Slauson, President, and 11. L. Macnell, Cashier of Los Angeles County Bank, being severally duly swore, eaob ior himself, says that tbe foregoing statement Is true to tbe best or bis knowl edge and bellei. Signed! J. S. SLAUSON. H. L. MACNEIL. Subscribed and sworn to before me, tbls 7th day of July, 1881. Signed: Q. A. DOBINSON. Notary Public ln and for said county of Los Angeles, State of California, JyB-lm THE — Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES CAPITAL, paid up in gold 8200,000.00 Isalas W. Hellman, Ptesidant, and John MUner, Secretary, of the above named Bauk,being severally sworn, eaoh for himself, says tbat tbe above amount of capital paid up Is correct. Sight d l ISAIAS W HELLMAN, President. Signed: JOHN MILNER, Secretary. Sjbsorlbed and sworn to before me, this Bth day ot July, 1881. Signed: G. A. DOBIN3ON, Notary Public in and for Los Angele* oounty, state of Calliornla. STATEM imSTT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Farmers' & Merchants' Bank OF LOS ANGELES, Attheolose ot business, THDBSDAT, JUNE 30th, 1881. ASSETS. Cash on hand 8218,021 83 Oash with banks snd bankers 811,923 a Casb on call loaas... 188,000 00 Total oash 8649,947 8* Bonds, U. S. four per cent and other bonds 131.018 8s Loans and dlsoounts 307,408 13 Bank building. 18,800 00 Two bank vaults office furniture and na tures 7.600 00 Real estate 89.(88 88 31.814 803 88 LIABILITIES. Capital, paid up ln gold 8900,000 Reserve fund ....8100 OOu Surplus fund 180.330 260,880 _ Total ttto.BBo 00 Due depositors 784,118 84 Dividends uncalled ror 1,876 00 Undivided profits 91,887 90 jjjWjS 68 Isalas W. Hellman, President, and John Milter, Ssoretarv of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, being severally sworn, each for hlmsslf, say tbat tu* foregoing statement la true and correct, to the best of their knowl edge and bellei. Signed: ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. Signed: JOHN MILNER, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to beiore me, tbls 6th day of July, 1881. Signed: Q. A. DOBINSON, Notary Publio In and for Loa Augeles county, State of California. J7-lnt For Santa Catalina. THE SCHOONER RO3ITA Will take parties to Catalina Island for bathing. Parties oan come direct to Ban Pedro ln their own oon veyanca and their teams oan be cared for ln my pasture. Campers must bring their own provis ions and oamplng equipments. PASSAGE, round trip 84 Children half price. Sails from San Pedro Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays; returna on alter nate days. For partleulara write to CAPT. GEORGE EDEN, Han Pedro, Wilmington P. 0., Oal. mysd A Worn STOCKHOLDERS' MEETIN6. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders or the Main street and Ag ricultural Park Hal'road will be held at No. 3 commercial street on tne fourth Monday of July, 1881, at 4 o'clook p. at, for tbe eleotion of a Bjard of Directors and the transaction ol such other busi ness as may be bronchi beforel hem. JOHN O. WHK.BLEK, Seo'y. Los Angeles, Cel.. July Uth, 1881. Jlz-td ~Briri3TJjF , JFY, Proprietor of the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Begs to inform the pubUe tbat ke spreads a FINE LUNOa aad keeps tOCOKL LENT LIQUORS. He also gives a rIN ■ MEAL Ok Ma. The pakil* are oordlaUy lav Ha* te srve Mat afaau. Jet at NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T GRAND OPENING! A New Fancy Goods Store, ] 38 Spring St., bet. Court and Firatl — o I L. PEISER & CO. I Will open their store on July 23, with a tull and complstel assortment of I Fringes, Trimmings, Buttons, I Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery,! Handkerchiefs and Underwear, I ZBPHYH WORSTED, I Woolen and Cotton Yarns, Worsted ■mbrolderlesj Canvas, Chenille, Floss, and All Artlolee I Neoeasary for Fancy Works I 1 la Introducing our firm to tbe publio of Los Augeles end vicinity wsl beg to I nform tbem tbat we bave been for the past eight years with thai firm of Buyer & Rsiob, of San Fraoolsoo, where we have made tba re-i qulsltes of tbe business ln which we are about to engage aspaolel study.l Having made arrangements wltb San Franolsoo bouses, we are pre-l pared to take orders for any article In our line tbat we may net have! In stock, and deliver tbe same at a very short notloe. I 1 L. PEISER tfc CO., 38 Spring St. I I NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK Boots and Shoes J BaTThe 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 Manufaoturere. Tbe above, in addition to our stook of California made goods, makes the Most Complete Stook and tho Best to Ssleot From south of San Franolsoo. I iadies', MCen'is, Boys' and Youth's, MiMaseis' and Olsildrcan'a., j In an Immense Variety of Styles and at Prices LOWER than ever be fore sod in Los Angeles, our aim Is to keep the Best and Cbsapest. Our motto, "Good value and low prions." An inspection of our stock/ and prions is luvited. W. BBNJAMIN, j y 2o <%? MA.IJV Ma.. Downey Blook. awarded at Horticultural rTaIr.USO, for exhibit of Pure Drugs Ohemlcals, Perfumery, eto.,*to- THEODORE WOLLWEBER, DRUGGIST, Apothecaries 1 Hall, 59 ST., LOS ANGELES, OAL., Respectfully invites tbs attention of strang.rs vUltlog the olty to hi. oom. modlou* aod well appointed Pharmacy, Where tbey —will flnd- DBUGS, OHEMIOALS, ——A»»— —- Pharmaceutical Preparations Of tbe v*ry b*at quality, aa well aa expe rienced hand* to compound and dis pense them. Alao, a large aad varied stock or TOILET ARTICLES, , PATENT MEDICINES* AND SUNDRIES, For domestic use, such as tbsy are ac customed to And tn tbelr own Family Drag store. eerPHYSICIANS are requaated to ex amine my atock. tys-na POISON OAK. MOORE'S MI.MKUV A SURE vURK. It kills paia, IMblngaud Inflammation at one*. TRY IT. For *al* by ail drug gists. Price, 85 clt. a box. m7<>-Bm-ls HYGIENIC BATHS. The undersigned resceotrully aollolt* the patronage<if arllsorlnainiulng public to her Mcd eated Hvaienio Bath., estab lished at SO MAIN ST . St. Charles Bath Boom*. Thav aie areeeutdlaoovery anu are aa Infallible our* for nsrvi.ua enac tions, general debility, neuralgia, rheu matism, partial paralysis, and all oilron lo afrse Jons of no matter how long stand mg. and will prevent th* hair from fall ing oft or beoo "log gray.andi bring on a new *ult as beantlrul a* at Brat. Rath* adminiatered at ruid*ne**ol patienti. ••erasa* wishing to bath* will Ue*** eaUaaßteatthe fit, Chan** Motel Build, mgjrowasfc w HOTELS. THE PICO HOUSE Its Now Open For tbe reception or guests. All ere Invited. FREE CARRIAGE*) to the house. GRISWOLD A MARSH, nHm Proprietors. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, FIRST-CLASS. THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL A DENKER Prop's, This U the only reliably first olasa hotel, la altuated Ut the center of the olty of Lo* Ana-ale*. oantaue nearly a hundred spacious and airy room*, newly furnished in the most comfortable *tyl*. Room* tn aulto* for families and parties oa every floor, with hot and cold baths. THE TABLE Will always be tarnished wltb th* best supplies that oan be pro oared lv the market. A FREE OOAOtt Ie always on hand to carry guests to the houae. No pal us spared to make guests oom fortaole in every way. A LARGE READING ROOM open night and day. HENRY HAMMEL, mylUf A. H. DENKER. PACIFIC HOTEL, E. H. BOYD PROPRIETOR Passenger Eating Station. ear All trams step ror meal*. Parlor sitting room lor ladles and gentleman awaiting tralna. PUNCHES PUT UP FOR PASSENGERS. Jys-sa. THB OOMMSROIAL RESTAURANT- V, DOL, PBOP'R, Downey Blook, Main St. Receives alive aud serve, up every day raaehes, eeoked la evjstV style _ as Ida Aaaalee^Sel-