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* ihbl xau) Stbam Printing loubk maKes a specialty of Legal Tinting. Briefs, Transcripts, etc. rinted at low rates. Helnzeman & Ellis are receiving very week fresh supplies of drugs md chemicals. Their prescription uepartment Is In tbe bands of skillful pharmacists, and no drug hr, chemical is used unless It be I ish and pure. I fust received from the manufac -1 ters tbe largest assortment of asses and shoulder-braoes ever I o'eived by any bouse In Southern California. We sell tbem at East ern prices. To the Farmers of Los Angeles County: •jemniji I am prepared to furnish cash ad vances on grain stored at my house at the rate of 7i per cent, per an num for any and nil amounts of "'OOOor more. E. Naud. lmJe-11. The Central Pharmacy is the >nly drug store connected with tho telephone system. Families and physicians wishing anything In our me can order through telephone, and will be immediately attended to. Eastern oysters every style; hot and cold lunches aud all the delicacies of the season served on tbe shortest, notice at Congress Hall, corner or Main and Requena streets. Ice cold Boca beer, the best on the Coast, always on hand, as well as a full supply of tbe best brands of liquors, wines and cl ears. Entrance to ladles' rooms on Requena street. Open day and night. * Mr. F. Adam, the pioneer tailor >f Los Angeles, No. 18 Spring itreet, informs bis patrons and tbe jublic generally that he bas just received a large assortment of tbe atest styles of spring and summer goods, which for elegance and va riety of pattern cannot be sur passed. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all to call and examine lis stock. m2-lm F. Lindquist, merchant tailor, STo. 20 Spring street, is himself a practical outter; and, having bad imple experience in San Francisco md Los Angeles, knows bow to ueet the requirements of his ous omers. He keeps a full supply of he beat Cloths constantly on baud md makes tbem up "upou honor." Clothes cleaned or dyed, tbeu mended and pressed and warranted ,0 look like new, at No. 8 Aliso itreet. A number of desirable rooms to et at No. 7 Third street. The loca ion la accessible aud desirable rom every standpoint. The neigh jorhood Is good and the house Is jarely five minutes' walk from the 3ourt House. To Whom it May Concern. Please take notloe: Any person tavlng pledges or collaterals at tbe Jtar Loan and Broker Office, No. 4 Commercial street, will please re leem tbe same or pay accrued me rest thereon within thirty days torn tbls date or tbey will be sold. f», ri.—Money loaned ou all kinds H personal property. mr3otf Hughes's Russian Baths. Lo cated No. IS Main street, opposite tbe Pico House. Gentlemen and ladles attended to by persons of «belr own sex. Eec tbe Conoolodor in his won derful transmutation of colors at the dyeing and scouring establish ment, No. 8 Aliso street. Preuss & Pironl, pharmacists, bave tbe facilities for night orders, as the!, drug store is the ouiy one connected with the telephone sys tem. Pleasant rooms with board, 206 Spring street. ap!6:lm **** NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. - Los Angeles County Bank. I. At a meeting of the Board of Directors of Loa Angelea Oonnty Bank hald on Tuesday, July 6th, 1881, dividend (No. 11) ol twelve per cent, on the capital stock for the six months from January Ist to July Ist, 1881, was declared, payable July 10th, 1881. H. L. MAONIEL, J7-lm Cashier. Teutonla Hall, NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BTJILDINO Frohllnger A Mathieson, PROPRIETORS. •er WINES. LIQUORS, BEER, ALE and CIGARS of tbe best brands. •VLUNOHES of all kinds supplied on short notice. fellltf Key West Cigar Store, NO. 78} MAIN STREET, LANVRANOO BLOCK SIM ISAAOS. : I PROPRIETOR .Manufacturer of FINE CIQAR3 uud dealer In IMPORTED CIO ARS and all lines of Smokers' Artloles. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. mr6tr A Practical Course with the Spanish Language. BY MONSANTO AND L&NGtUELLIER. Introduced In Los Angeles by PROF. ouyas. For sale in the Bookstore*. Jyl7-lm GRANT A CAMERON ■EEDSMEN. HJBLBOOBNK, VIOTOBIA, AUSTRALIA Oollaotors of Beads of all Trees and Shrub* tnrlltartoei to th* AoatraUan Colonies, twirl Bain* TV* Id aa* V»a*arauat Bra, a tutu Et ** WEDNESDAY AUG. 3, 1881. Herald Steam Printing House. IheHaraW siwrn Priming House la uot surpassed Oy any Job Printing offloe outhe Pacific Coast, outside ol . an Fran i Isoo, In faeltHlet for dolug Job work, ow price, uood work and expedition l ii v be rolled upou at this offloo. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports for the benentof Commerce and Agriculture Report of observations takeu at Los An geles, Oal,, August 1,1881. I P. 0 o S 6= v a Maximum Thermometer, 87.0 Minimal,! " 08 0 WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. I Division of Reports for the Benefit oj Commerce and Agriculture.] TABLE showing Daily and Monthly Means of Barometer and Thermometer, Total move ment of Wind, and Amount of Rainfall, with the prevailing Direction of Wind, etc., for the month of July, ISBI. DATE. 1881. I 0 B » 9 — 8- o if r 1 Highest Barometer, 30.081, date, 16th. Lowest Barometer. 39.890; date, 3d. Monthly rouge of Barometer, 25.1 Highest Temperature, 06.1; date, 4th. Lowest Temperature, 61.3; date. 3d. Monthly Range of Temperature, 44.0. Greatest daily range of Temperature, 40.3°; date, 3d. Lowest daily range of Temperature. 30.0°; dats.isth and 2uib. Total rainfall, 0.0" Inch. Prevailing wind, W. Total movement of wind, 4 242 miles. Maximum velocity of wind and direction, HI miles U W.; date, Ist. Number of foggy daya, 0. Number of cloudy dayß on which rain fell, 0. Number nf cloudy days on which no rain fell. 1. Total number of days on which rain fell. o. LOCAL BREVITIES. See advertisement, "For Bale," in our New l'o-D»y. The attention of Mrs. B. E. Brun son Is directed to "Personal," un der New To-Day. Mr. J. A. Magulia and wife, of Santa barbers, are registered at the Cosmopolitan. Two desirable furnished front rooms, suitable for gentlemen, are advertised for rent uuder New To- Day. Mr. Charles T. Park aud Miss Jessie Qreen, of Lo? Angeles, are registered at tbo Palace.— -Tucson Citizen. Mr. L. J. Rose, of Sunny Slope, basjust oompleted an artesian well from which be gets a good flow of water at 170 feet. Judge Sepulveda leaves for San Diego to-day, where he will pre side in Judge MoNealy's Court for tbe next two or three weeks. Tullis, the watchmaker, will re move from bis present location to No, 10 Spring street, next door to 8. Hellmau'e, about Aug. 4tb. A. B. King, arrested ou tbe charge of assaulting a man with a bottle, was examined before City Juetioe Adams yesterday and dle oharged. Mrs. McCormiok, nes Miss Mat tie Wheeler, came down from San Francisco overland yesterday on a visit to her parents, Col. and Mre. Jobn O. Wheeler. Au adjourned meeting of Coun cil to consider questions arising from the proposed opening of Loa Angelea street through Chinatown, will be beld this eveuing. Tbe train from Arizona came lv on time last eveuing. No through train from IbeKast has yetarrived, the repairs on tbo A. T. &S. F. road not being completed. The first officer aud several of tbe crew of tbe Oriflarnme, tbe vessel burned at sea, bave shipped on tbe W. W. Crapo, now discharg ing at Wilmington. Two sebooners loaded with'lum ber and one witli ties, for tbe rail road company, aro lying In the channel nenr the head of tbe new railroad wharf discharging cargo. Tbe steamer Orizaba is due from San Francisco this morning aud will sail for Sau Diego In the even ing. JBaseengcrs fake the 3:45 P. M. train, Los Angeles time, for Wil mington. Mr. Charles TurtkMi wbo was so seriously injured by bis horse fall ing on bim on Sunday evening, was iv a very critical condition last night and ii was feared that he would not live until morning. „ Mr. D. C. Roberts, wbo intends to leave for Salt Lake City in about one month from date, will tell bie entire stock of clock*, watohea, sil verware, etc., and bie store fixture! at very reasonable prloes. In a recent case before the Su preme Court at Han Francieoo, Judge Morrison being disqualified, tbe Court were equally divided, and, as a consequence, the ease baa been ordered to be re-argued. Mr. Warren C. Kimball and wife, of National City, who have been visiting tbeir old home way down in Maine, arrived in Los Angelea overland yesterday aud will go down home by steamer to day. The vessels Wm. H. Connor aud W. W. Crapo, now at Wilmington Harbor, will both load with wheat for European markets. They will take 100,000 osntals of wheat valued at $130,000. Mr. W. S. Maxwell is tbe agent for loading them. That Walnut drove perjury case cost Yavapai hundreds of dollars, and now we have it that there was no Justice at the Grove, hence there could be no perjury before tbe Court which wasn't a Court. — Preicott Miner. ' Mr. John Weber, the popular S. P. H. K. conduutor, got home yes terday from a visit to his father at Jerfersonvllle, Indiana. He is ac companied hy his brother, Mr. Henry Weber, wbo, we under stand, will probably locate in Los Angeles. They are stopping at the Cosmopolitan. Mr. P. Pavesich, the fresco painter, goes lo Denver, Colorado, ou business, aud will be back by next Spring. Auy oue desirous of his services by that time will do well to wait ou him, as eotue of ills work can he inspected at the house of Mr. Hollenbeck, President of the First National Bank, and at Mr. Kasper Conn's, of the firm of H. Newmark & Co. The California Theatre Comedy Company (tbe Alf Wyman troupe) played to a fair audience at Turn Verein Hall last night. Tbe en tertainment opened with "Cousiu Joe," after which "Rur.il Roos ters," a four-act comedy, made up of epeoialties, was given. It was full of taking hits and kept the audience iti roars of laughter from beginning to end. The troupe leave for San Buenaventura to-day. Officer Davis yesterday recov ered a horse that be was informed had been stolen from Henry Elms, wbo lives above the dam on the Los Augeles river, about a year ago. Tbe animal was being ridden by A. Barnard, who had borrowed It from Mr. Leonard. On fiodiug the latter, be said be had borrowed tbe borse from a man at tbe Azusa. The much borrowed ani mal was placed in a corral for safe keeplug until the matter of owner ship is cleared up. A visit to Ihe office of Major Dowsing, Deputy Collector of Cus toms at Wilmington, yesterday, disclosed the fact that the receipts of that office for the Usoal year ending Juue 39, 1881, were $31,500, just $1,600 more than tbe amount appropriated by Congress for tue improvement oi that harbor. Tbe above fact is significant, and we would respectfully suggest lo Mr. Paelieeo, Representative iv Con gress from this district, that, next winter, when the Klver and Har bor Appropriation bill cutties be fore tho House, it can lie used with good effect. COURT REPORTS. Superior Cuurt SBMJI.VEUA. J. Tuesday, August 2, 1881. People vs Charles J. Steams—Ap plication for writ of habeas corpus —Petition denied; defendant re manded to custody of Sheriff; bail fixed at $100. Naturalized— 17 rederick Schmidt, a native of Denmark. HOWARD, j. Fstale of Carmen P. de Charles, deceased—Petition for sale of real estute continued until Saturday, Atigu-t 6th, at 10 A. M. Estate of V. Jurado, deceased- Same order. Guardianship of Dora Yorba, et al—Hearing of return of sale of real estate continued until Saturday, August 6tb, ut 10 a. M. A. L. Foster vs His Creditors- Continued until Saturday uext, at 10 A. M. A Powerful Old Man. lLamberton (N. 0.) Paper. I Oue of tbe most remarkable feats ever performed in this section was witnessed on tbe high road leading out from this town in the direction of Shoe Heel. A farmer about 70 years of age, named Meieditb Oaddy, drove into town iv an ox cart after a load of corn. Ue got ten bushels of grain, purchased a few articles for his wife aud chil dren, took a few driul<9 of moun tain whisky and started for home, 15 miles off. The ox was a sorry aud diminutive specimen of that useful animal, wbicb, after getting about five miles from here, gave out aud could not be forced to move another step. Nothing daunted, old mau Oaddy unyoked tbe ox, aud, puttlug the yoke on bis own neck, drew tbe loaded cart the rest of the way home, which was about ten miles up aud dowu bill. Tbe determined old man trudged along tbe highway witb bis burden, jeered at by the chil dren nud au object of general In terest to the passers- by. Upon reaching his home Oaddy carried bis load up to tbe fiout portico, went iuto the bouse and look an other pull at a whisky flask. He remarked to his wife, as he smack ed bia lips, that if "that little bull hadn't been so darned obstinate, I would bave put bim in tbe cart and drawn him along too." Oaddy Il tbe father of tweuty-oae chil dren, nf whom there are two pairs of twins. Although seventy years of age, be ia regarded as the most powerful man iv tbls county. Bald a distinguished politician lo bis son: "Look at me! I began as an Alderman, and here I am at tbe top of the tree. And what Is my reward? Why, when I die, my son will be the greatest rascal in tho olty." To tbis tbe young hopeful replied: "Yes, dad, wbea you die, and not till then." He frightened bim: A man called out to bla creditor: "Get out, you ornithorhyncus!" The man de parted meekly. "Who's tbat?" inquired a friend of the speaker. "An ornithorhyncus." "What's that?" "Well, Webster defines bim as 'a beast witb a bill.'"— Yenkert flimtetman. Papers on the Early History of California. PAPER NO. 8, In IblO the Viceroy Marque/, de Villeui. in obedienoe to tbe orders of Phillip IV. Instructed tbe Gov ernor of Slnaloa, Luis Cestinos,4is, proceed to the Californias to re connoitre well its coasts aud the island? adjacent thereto. This was done by the Governor In company with two Jesuit fathers. Ibis voyage only confirmed what was already known about Ihe country. He found the native ludiaus very gentle in their character; found that the coast or Lower California possessed iv great abundance placerea (this was tbe name given in Mexico to t he deposits of pearls), but the country most barren, rocky and uninviting. Iv 1643 tbe Marques', de Villeua suggested to tbe Kiug of Spain the advantages that would result from establishing safe anchorage in some of the ports of Lower Califor nia so as to render protection to tbefvessels tbat came anuually from the Phlllipiue Islands. This object and the fact that penrls were so abundant in the uew country, induced Phillip IV. to send to Mexico Don Pedro Portel de Casa nate with full authorization to people the Callforuias. This gen tlemau arrived iv Mexico in 1644. and the Viceroy Conde de.Silva tierra ordered that the Royui cof fers should furnish him with all he required witb the object of con quering tbe Callforuias. Soldiers aud families were to accompany the expedition, aud all was ready about tbe end of the year to set sail, when some evil-minded en emy of Casanate set lire to the vessels. This misfortune had the effect of disbanding tbe soldiers and families, who went to reside iv the neighboring towns to await the constructiou of other vessels. Iv 1646 the two vessels were ready, and Casanate eet sail, tak ing witb him two Jesuit fathers who were to remain in the uew country as missionaries, a good number of soldiers and some fam ilies. He sailed all ali.ug the eastern coasts of Lower California, disem barking frequently and examining the country with a view of estab lishing a presidio (military post), but tbe sterility of tbecountry was such tbat be despaired of finding a place proper for tbe object, and he returned to Mexico, just at the time that tbo intelligent anil en terprising Count Salvatlerra, Vice roy of Mexico, was compelled to pro ceed to Peru in obedieuce to orders from the king. This retarded for a short time new expeditious, but iv 1665, Don Bernardo Bemai FifUre do left port witli two vessels to ful fill the object with which Cosuuaio bad been entrusted. Unfortunately Pliiaredo, Instead ol prosecuting searches, devoted himself lo the fisheries of the pearls, nud ho mal treated the native ludiaus that for a long while tbey entertained a fierce enmity towards the Span iards. The couduct of tbis bud man also produced mutiny and de moralization iv the crews of both vessels, compelling hint to go back to Mexico, where he was re ceived with extreme displeasure by the Conde de Bafios, who reported hini to the King as having been the cause of the fulluroof the expe dition. lv 1605, ou the 15th of Septem ber. Phillip IV. died, being huc. ekfldod by his wile as regent during the minority of the young king, Charles 11. In 1667, while the Mar quez de Masera was Viceroy or Mexico, he received orders from the Queen regent to compel i'lfl.i redo to lulfill his contract and pro ceed lo the Callforuias, where three years before be bad covered him self with Ignominy. I'ifiaredo left Mexico witb two vessels, but soon returned, us it is supposed, without touchiug at any of the California coasts. Il IS6B another expedition was cent uuder the command of one Fraud -co Lnceulllu, This, how ever, had the same result, lor Lu eeuill'a, frightened by the terrible aridity of the Lower California coasts, aud hie provisions having been exhausted, returned to port. Iv 1677 the Viceroy of Mexico, urged by tbeimperativecommands of the Queet Kegent, ordered Dou Yeldro Otout ■> to get ready suffi cient vessels so as to take a num ber of unionists to tbe Californias. Iv 168$, Charles 11. baiug King of Spain and the Marquis tie la La guua Viceroy of Mexico, tbe expe dition, consisting of teu vessels, which for six years had been pre paring, set sail from tbo port of Cbacalo, under the command of Don Ysldro Otoudo. Another ves sel, containing provisions, also set sail afterwards, and, although it was delayed by storms, it dually joined the other teu vessels. With tbe familiea and soldiers who were to remain at tbe Presidios there were three Jesuit Fathers, one of tbem the oelebrated mathemati cian aud missionary, Father Fuse bio Kino. On tbe third day after they left the expedition arrived at tbe port of La Paz. The uatives of the country seeing so many Span iards arrive, experienced great grief, having received suoh bad treatment ut tho hands of those wbo had previously beeu ou tbo coast Bshiug for pearls. Tbis expedition, which lasted three years, was as fruitless as the ones before it, ou acoouut of the great barrenness of tbe country. Moat of the Spauiarda engaged in this expedition returned lo New Spain, after having spent over ten hundred thousand dollars in vain efforts to people tbe Callforuias. Otondo, however, prosecuted his trip a little longer, but had to abaudoniton account of waut of provisions. All tbls time the King was urgent iv bis commands to have tbe new country settled. The Viceroy of Mexico, being per plexed what to do after so many failures, referred the matter lo the great Atidieiicla, wbo bad control of the Americas, and it was finally decided that, Instead of leaving It to the military, the settlement and conquest of the oountry should be assigned to the Jesuit Fathers, wbo already had met great success in convening tbe Indians iv Sinaloa and Yaqui, and for whom tbe In dians had a great regard. Orders were given tbat the royal coders ahould furnish the Fathers with all tbey needed to accomplish tbe great objeot. i Extracted from natural flowera tt Bouquet de Loa Angelea. Preuss A Plron\, proprietors. VISIT TO SAN PEDRO. The Hoard ot Bujntviiora Inspect the New Wharf — Tha Hailrotd Improvement! — Progress of the Work—Tho Breakwater. At 9:45 o'clock yesterday morn lug a special train of oue passenger and a locomotive left the old depot for Wilmington. The pas sengers were Supervisors Pragor, Hiinnon, Rogers, Eg»u aud Coun ty Clerk Potts, representing the county; Superintendent Hewitt, Judge Underbill and A. Glassell, Esq., representing the 8. P. R. R. Co., anil several Invited guests. Among tlie latter were Judge Alex ander, of Yuma, Messrs. D. B. Woolfl, A. W. Ryan, T. E. Rowan, C. E. Miles, T. VV. Staokpole and John R. Brlorly. In about an hour the party reached Wilmington where the steamer Lns Augeles, Admiral Banning's flagship, com manded by Captain Chris Jargs torfl, wus waiting with steam up, ready to sail to the front at San Pedro. About two ami a half miles down tbe channel we were landed ou the new wharf of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, In front of Fay al. To this poi ut tbe grading aud trestle work for the railroad extension has been com pleted, and is ready for the track layers. The laher are now at work at Wilmington and will bave the track luid lo tbe wharf withiu two weeks. At the whurf ull is hustle and aotivity, the work of from seventy five to one hundred men showing that the wharf, like the "old ark, is moving, moving along." Three pile-drivers are at work aud as they advance the force of carpen ters follow with the huge timbers for tbe frame work and tbe plauk lng for a wharf forty feet wide, wbicb will extend along the chan nel for2lioo to 3000 feel, with thir teen to twenty feet of water on the outer side at low tide. The distance from Wilmington tothe eu.d of the grade, which is near the residenoe of Capt. A. W. TimniH, is 15,705 feet anil to tlie bead ot Ihe wharf, 12,174. feet, the difference hoiug somewhat greater than the proposed length of wharf, as the Railroad Company intend to run a truck on the mniulaud par allel with the wharf and connect ing Willi it at eaoh end. From the main land nt Wilmington lo Boschke's Island there is over 7,000 feet of track on trestle -.york, on piles. In all, including the wharf, there wili probably be over two miles of track running over tlie waters of Wilmington Bay. While the passeugers were ex amining tlio wua'' and improve ments, Capt. Jar t orff went to the outer buy at' brought In two lighters, one loaded with timbers for the wharf, lhe other with 175 tons of coal for the 8. P. R. R. Co. Some of the party walktd dowu to the home of Capt. Tlmms and greeted tbat old Sau Pedro pioueer, who, after a residence at Tim ma'a Ppint since March, 1852, will soon have the cars lv his back yard. Judtte Alexander, Col. Hewitt and Wilse Potts, who ate all en rolled among the Sun Pedro veter ans, greeted the old pioneers at Wilmington, Pavel ami Sau Pedro with enthusiasm, bottled beer und a flue Itiuch that Judge Underbill had secured from landlord Deuker, of the Cosmopolitan. The only persous who seemed out of pluce during lunch were our esthetic friends, Ryuu, Rowan, Egan, Staokpole,Woolffand Brieily, who charged more frequently uud gal lantly than 111:; other famous Light Brigade, and carried away the commissary stores. The principal object of the trip was lo euable thu Supervisors to examine the proposed locution of the Railroad Company's wharf and determine whether v franchise should he gruoled for 3000 feet along tbe channel for thai import ant work. This subject will be con sidered ut the meeting of tho Hoard to-day. Whatever Ihey may decide, it Is evident that ull vessels tout can cross the bur will lie nbie to moor alongside the wliuif, and ship aud cur will be brought together at far thest withiu sixty days, probably during the present mouth. Tne water or. the bur Is now about eleven feet ut low tide, which will allow the lumber schooners to pass in, but large ships must handle about half cargo iv tlie outer bay at present. The government, work on tbe breakwater and training walls, under the direction of Mr. A. J. Swift, is uiakiug runid progress, und tbe $30,000 appropriation this year will make marked improve ments. Capt. Gen. C. Kuox is engineer for tlie railroad company ut tbe front and gave tbe party some val uable information. Superintendent Hewitt, con ductor Hughes.engineer Jesse Titus aud Capt Jargstorff muuaged the transportation portion of tbe trip in a maimer that added greatly to the pleasure of the company, who will not Boon forget I heir pleasant day "at the front at Sau Pedro." Property Transfers. REPORTED BY JUDSON, GILLETTE A GIBSON-AUGUST 2,1881. CONVEYANCES. H H Spencerunu wife tn Wm H Suui merH—Lota 11 aud 12, blk 48, Mott tract; 11800, CbaeT Harris aud wife to Eugenic H Jackson—2ii ucreß In NE % Sec 82, T ' K9 W; 88000. GP Cuddeback to Joel E Davla—33K acres Wot Chapman tract, Kancho San tiago de Santa Ana; $1950. Jouu Casey to Otanes F Wright—9s acres In E part ot N W X Sec 38, T 1 N, X 10 W; 81752 88. Jacob Wattell to Maria Wattell-July 31,'79-Lot fronting 88 ft N aide Finn st; gift. Andrew B Caldwell, W W Bubottom and Apoliuarlo Martinez to John H Ea gan—Let nenr Hpadra Depot and 2.15 acres in S part of Rancho San Jose; 85. E V Uicenleaf and Luoy A, hia wire, to EFGreenleaf, Jr—2o acrrs west of N Samuel, in ltanoho Santiago de Santa Ana; $2000. A R Dresser to Mary Shelter—s acres In 7.T55.K9W; 8500. Vlloaudryto Mra Harriet P Glover- Lots 8 and i;t, blk 21, Purk tract; 8555. Thoa J Vorrlll to H R Stevens—Lot 11 and W2O feet of lot V, blk V, Aliso tract; 8840. N N Northcross to F Stephens—Lot 9, blk C, < >ge A Bond tract; 81. G W Bush to Minnie Rumpp— Lot west aide Los Angeles, lot on east aide Loa Angelea at, traot In SE part of elty, and unaivlded twentieth of Ranoho Las Vlr glnei; 812 600. J O Downey to Wm M Hughes—Lot 3, blk 10 East Loa Angeles; 8125. Jose de la Luz Maohado, by Sheriff, to Nurclaae Savaria—4 tracts, aggregating 188.914 acres, in Rancho La Banana; 81294 89. T D Hauoook and Laura Hancock to M L Stewart-Lot 18, Mat 8. Park View tract; ♦120. Facts That We Know. If you are suffering with a severe cough, cold, asthma, bronobltls, consumption, loss of voice, tick ling in the throat, or any affection of tbe throat or lungs, we know that Dr. Kino's New Discovery will give you immediate relief. We know of hundreds of cases It bas completely cured, and tbat where all other medicines had failed. No other remedy can show half as many permanent cures. Now to give you satisfactory proof tbat Dr. Kino's New Discovery will cure you of asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption, severe coughs and colds, hoarseness, or auy thioat or lung disease, If you will call at Heinzeman & Ellis's drug store, wholesale agents, you oan get a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size bottle for $1,00. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve lv the world for outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions. Tbls salve is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For Bale by Heinzemau <fc Ellis, wholesale agents, Los Augeles. Pure drugs, perfumeries, patent medicines, both foreign and do mestic, ail the latest novelties, and prescriptions carefully compounded both day and night, at Preuss & Plronl's. Heinzeman & Ellis sell at whole sale, aud will guarautee prices as low as any house iv Southern Cali fornia, Five huudred dollars worth of second-hand clothing wanted ati No. 8 Aliso street. Second-band clothing bought and sold at No. 8 Aliso street The colorlst does dyeing and oouring at No. 8 Aliso street. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE SCHOOL OF THE Sisters of Charity WILL RE-OPEN ON Monday, Aug*. 1. I l tW Parents will And it advantageous to send their children promptly at the opening of the school term, as thereby all delay lv classification will be avoid ed. Jy2olm For Sale Cheap The undersigned has for sale a SPAN OF AMERICAN HORSES-dapple and iron gray, gentle and thoroughly well broken, to be sold, with wagon and har ness. Apply at Wlckersham's corral, Spring street, ou or before Tuesday at ternnou. J3l-2t A. A. BROWN. HAIR GOODS. MRS. K. SMITH, having been with Mr. aud Mrs. Q. A. Williams, will cou tioae business at their old place. Mrs. Smith la prepared to do all kinds or hair work in the best and latest styles. Re member the place, NO. 48 SPRING* ST. uiM-tt MONTANA MEAT MARKET. TAB PiONEKU MAUKET oi this ci Ul MAIN .ST., NEAR FIRST. Keeps on haud tbe beat Beef, Veal, Pork, Muttou, Halt Meatti and all kinds of Hautmges. Meats delivered to all parts of tbe city. A. FRAN UK, mrl-tim Proprietor. THE HERALD PRINTING HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORKnotequaledin South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se cure promptness and moder ate prices. Give this office a call 2 .id secure work at San Francisco Prices and of a Sat Francisco finish and style. IVlorey & S perry. fUKNISHRKM OK "I Iwmg Supplies, 88 LIBERTY ST., HEW tun It *»». MJiNIINCi Rt'J&HINHRY. a lat v riven STEEL SHOES AND DIES IFTEU many years of patient researoh J * ajid experiment, we have suocoedod iv produoing Steel Shoes and Stool Dion for Quartz Mills, which are unequalled for durability, strength and economy; they will woar three times longer than auy iron shoos. Wo manufacture, am) contract to erect, Gold uud Silver BednoUis and AmtU tamatiii',' TrCaohiuory in all lis dutatls, Pons, eparatora. Oon centra tor.*. *Wh Book BreakoiH anil Furnaces. Ail orders promptly filled. Rumina tions Boiioited. Address MOREY & SPERRY, tl Liberty it., Hew Xotk. NEW TO-DAY. THE LARGEST BTOOK OF Pianos and Organs Ever Brought to Southern California, now on Exhibition at Day's Music Store, G5 Spring St. ItaTTheße inatruments are all brought direct from BsjTMauufactories, shipped at low rates of freight and*Wt IST SOLD LOW FOR CASH OR Also, to be added in a few days, a stock of New and Standard Sheet Music, Spreads and Musical Instruments, Instruction Books, Stools, In fact, EVERYTHING to be found in a First-Class Music Stokb. and Organs to Rent. mVTo parties desiring to purchase we will set up Instruments on trial, and If not satisfactory will be taken away good natnredly. HSrPlease call. CHARLES E. DAT, jy3o lm 66 Spring: St., Los vViiyruleaj, OS|, / For 30 Days Only I \ M To Reduce my Large Summer Stook, I now offer W THE FINEST AND LARGEST LINES OF / Boots and ShoesX TO BE FOUND IN THIS MARKET, At un Enormoui Reduction on Present Prices ISiTNo need now of buying trashy goods, wben you have tbe oppor tunity of getting first-class goods at such low prises as are now offered. SSTl nvltation extended to all. Mark It down so yon won't forgilFlt. "" 161 MAIN STUEE T./ y Between First and Second. m L. LIC HTENBERGER, MANUFACTURER 4ND IMPORTER OF FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES. From tbe celebrated Columbus Buggy Co. and from tbe leading facto ries in New Haven and New York, comprising Extension Top Car riages, 'top and Open Surries, Brewster aide-bar, combination, triple and end springs, Piano, Wbltechapel and Coal Box, Top and Open Bug gies; also, Four-Bow and Canopy Top Pbwtons; also, Platform, Sid. and End Spring Business and Pleasure Wagons, all of tbe Latest Styles and Finish. tkWl buy and sell NOTHING BUT GOOD WORK*, and defy com petition in prices for tbe same quaUtv and! ;r«rkmansbip. ~ tfifE-v-ex-y Vehicle ITull.v Guaranteed. jeSMm FOURTH FAIR OF THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, AND Grand Centennial Exposition and Celebration, AT THE PAVILION, LOS ANGELES, CAL., September £stl», Continuing: Six Day.. Ti.e Board of Directors invite the hearty co-operation of every citizen who is interested in the progress and wel fare of Southern California to make exhibits, as well as at 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 oi 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 all packages weighing twenty pounds, or less, in 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. DeBARTH shorb, President. Geo. Rice, Secretary. JBM I TV SURANCE IMPERIAL FIRE I NSUHANUL COMPANY Of London—lnstituted 1803. LONDON ASBUBAMOE CORPORATION Or London—Established In 1120. NOI IEBN ABSOBASCE OOMPANY OfLi j on x Aberdeen—Eetabll.bed 1838 t<- 31 INSURANCE COMPANY C i .iverpool—Established 1867. WESThitH I'IRE AND MARINE INS. 00. Of California. ' ~j *. LACY, AGENT. <o.'„'i, FIRST NATIONAL BANK A ur ribts. j T j u<ler cosmopolitan Hotel. GKO. R. DRAKENFELD, jy.il 11 A.Bl.tant Agent. Ho! for Catalina Island! THE UREAT BATHING, HUNTING AND FISHING RESORT. The yacht DON GEORGE, Captain Ed ward Johnßon, will commence running to Catalina on or about June 15, making regular trip, during the season. The Don George will start Irom the Wilmington wliarr, luua saving paesengerß the ex pense of transfer of baggage, on Tues days. Thursdays uud Saturdays. Re turning, she will leave the l.laud on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Fare Tor the round trip, fI. JOHN MORRISON, Agent, ap2ttf Wilmington. ice: Opposition loe Co. Offloe-CORNER TURNER and ALAMEDA STB., or Heinzemau A Ellis', No. 72 Malu St. «sr ->rice, Be. PER POUND (a living 1 and not a losing prloa). Contracts wilt Ue kept to the letter. JOHN F. SWEENEY, J 12tr Agent Mountain lo* Bom pan set. LADIES, ATTENTION! KNIFE PLEATING, Be. FEB YARD, double and single Box Pleating, Spae*Pleating, and Kilt Pleating, From one to 21 lDChe. In width at COR RESPONDINGLY LOW PRICES. NO o TEMPLE STREET. All work guaranteed. JySltf JUenT RECEIVED, Direct from England, a splendid aaaort' uient of Rogers £ Sons' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY. Also for sale, 26,000 ASSORTED ARTICLES. C. DUOOMMUN, Hardware Stoea, Je 64 Main itreet. Santa Clara College. TBE THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL SES SION OF THIS INSTITUTION WILL COMMENCE TUESDAY, AUGUST DO. Entered students ar* required to be present on tbe opening day. New appli cants are received at any Lima. REV. JOHN PINABUO. S. J„ Jy27-lw FrUd—t. FOR SALE CHEAP. MY HOUSE AND LOT, on Bunker Hill avenue, near Second atreet; con venient to Normal aohool aad fre* from dust. WM. D. STEPHENS, je»2m Room 88, Tempi* Block. »" ' " County Warrants, tie. I buy Witness Fee., Jury J****, City and County Warrant., J*Bgßß*Bt*, aaa all Wad. of claim.. C A^y*a?Sw.