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Pub ished every morning exoept Mon day, BY .IUSKFH D. LYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mull or express IU Six months " " " rates months " "*"flß"r!Lti Delivered by uarrters, per week 26 oenU LOS ANGELES W EEKLY HERALD v published every Saturday morning. TERMS. One year.by mall or express.one oopy ~»SOO Six months, •' " " ■■•} « Three " " • " ">• 00 Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates. All mods ol Job-Work uoue to Coin pete witli Nau rraneleeo lv Priee.Ntyle, aad Kleajnuoe ot Works raeuehfD. Late Telegrams. Bisbop Haven Item!. San Francisco, Aug. 3.—Bishop E. O. Haven died at Salem, Ore gon, yesterday afternoon. The im mediate cause of death was urce mia; aged 60. Be sJemprwuue*. f»r ir*e anal Fri.u eieeo ucaiosrMor San Francisco, Aug. 3.—At a conference of the Yosemlte and Manhattan wing* of the Democ racy last evening negotiations failed. Tbe Yoteinltes, as an ulti matum, ottered their opponents a one-tblrd representation, which was rejected, and the Manhattan's withdrew. The breach appears at present beyond repair. The Yo semites have effected arrangements with tha Desmond wing of the Workingmen, but tbere are those wbo believe that tbe Manhattans will eventually fall iuto live ou tbe terms offered them. The neenaulct' Fair opened. San Francisco, Aug. 3 — The Mechanics' Fair opened at the Pa vilion last evening. Tbe exhibi ts as yet quite incomplete, but Important additions are promised within a day or two. mis Ns.s'i Bulletin. Executive Mansion, Wash ington, Aug. 3—12:30 P. M. —Tbe President continues to progress steadily towards convalescene. He bas taken to-day au increased por tion of eolid food. Tbe wound is doing well and tbe general condi tion is better tban yesterday; pulse 100, temperature 9.8.4°, respira tion 19. Ttie Misama Oeautj ciem—Unm. iv ateaiee. San Francisco, Aug. 3.—A gen tleman of tbls city reports that last Sunday Stuart, the missiug County Clerk, went to Napa Junction by tbe morning train and tbere bought a ticket for Latbrop; tbat ut La trop he took passage for Los An geles, and on his way made in quiries regarding the trip to Tuc son and connections from that point for Mexico. The gentleman refer red to has just returned from Ba kersileld and says he got his In formation tbere from a person wbo bad oome down on the train witb Stuart and was personally acquaint ed with him. Snleldeofn Yonst tilrl. San Francisco, Aug 3.—Mary F. Lyons, aged 15, committed sui cide by taking strychnine because her mother forbade her to leave the house during the evening. Tea Peneneni.. Ordered to nss, Han Francisco, Aug. 3 —The corvette Pensucola bas received tele graphic orders from Wasbiugton to go to sea without delay. Her destination Is uot stated, but Is be lieved to be Central America. Qsmbltr »nd uiiiihw Shot. Nevada, Cal., Aug. 3.—Tom Byrne, a gambler and outlaw wbo bas been a terror to theoommuolty for some time past, was fatally shot tbis morning by special policeman E. A. Wetmore during a barroom dispute. Till* alumina's Beporl frutu tlie President. Executive Mansion, Aug 3, 8 A. M. —Tbe President slept tranquil ly tbe greater part of tbe night. This morning tbe temperature is normal and his general oonditiou satisfactory. Another day of favor able progress is anticipated. Pres ent pulse, 96; temperature, 98"; res piration, 18. D. W. Bliss and others. User/ ssoros Along sue Hudson. New Yore, Aug. 3.—There was a heavy storm along tbe Hudson river last evening. Much damage was done by ball iv mauy places. Tbe new oapitol at Albany was ■truok by lightning nnd several workmen Injured. - Hew York Market Hon. r «•>•■ fMuvfcs. New York, August 3.- Silver bars, 111}; money easy. Oov ernmenta strong; Blocks closed fairly steady; Western Union, 90}; Quloksilver, 19}; Pacific, 52*; Ma riposa, 21; Wells, Fargo & Co, 120; New York Central, 144}; Uolou Pa cific, 126; do. bonds, 118}; Central Pacific, 93f; do. bonds, 116|; Sutro, 1|; Mineral Creek, 50. Lewibton, Me., Aug. 3 —Last evening an old resident of this sec tion, chas. Addis, rode upou tbu Clear Water ferryboat opposite this plaoe end commenced abusing tbe ferryman, Mr. Deacon. Deacon remonstrated, whereupon Addis at tacked him with blows. Deacon seized a knife and stabbed Addie In the abdomen, from which wound he died in lest than an hour. Dea con it a sober, steady and inoffens ive man and claims that he was compelled fc> stab Addis to save bis own Ufa. Addis wm In liquor. Los Angeles Daily Herald. ATkievte' i>. v ot'i" Pitt.biiric Pittsburg, Aug. 3.—A thieves' den was unearthed to-day by Mc- Clune, a hardware merchant who had suffered by their work. The thieves opened fire, killing Mc- Clune, mortally wounding oue ofU cer aud seriously wounding two others. Two huudred people are ou tbe track of the murderers. OferlMU.l »•■.,»..■,mm .1. Topeka, Ks., Aug. 3.—Follow ing is a list of overland passengers who paesed August 2d due at Sau Francisco August 7th, Mrs. A. E. St. Clair, Eureka Spriugs, Ark.; Henry Horton and wife, Tucson. A Uuudre.l rnou.anil Dulliir fire ■a. Lteadwnnil. Deadwood, D. T., Aug. 3.—A fire early tbis morning iv the lower part of the olty, knowu as Foun tain City, destroyed twenty-five buildings; loss about $100,000; small lusurauce. Many families escaped with only their night clothes. The MaißllMH ExpMillua, City of Mexico, Aug. 3.—An official report of the Mazatlan ex plosion, Riven twenty -live deaths, thirty wounded aud twelve missing. uautMiwder tMoitrre weuteuced. Liverpool, Aug. 3.—McGrath and McGavlt having pleaded guilty to an attempt to blow up tbe Town Hall, tbe jury found Ihem guilty of causing an explosion with intent to endanger life anil damage tbe Town Hall, aud McGralb was also found guilty cf a knowledge of the explosion at tlie police office May last. McGrath was sentenced to penal servitude for life; McGavit for 15 years. a Wwier u»ini>>.>.j Palis). Paris, Aug. 3.—Tlie Bourse an nounces the failure of the Water Company; liabilities, 80,000,000 francs The Atlantic and Pacific Survey. IttakersneldOallfornlan, July au.| Mr. G. B. Griffin, one of the en gineer* engaged in Urn Hurvey of tbe Atlantic aud Pacific, was iv town Mouday and favored us witli a call. It will be remembered tbat we referred to a visit to bis camp, at tbe head of Paetoria Creek, in our issue of tbe 2d Inst , to which point he had Ibeu brought bis sut vey of the route across the moun tain.- into this valley Indicated by General Beale to tlie management of the Atlantic aud Pacific Com pany. He informed us tliat be bad completed hie .survey down tlio val ley of tbat stream to the plaiu uud found ttie route practicable and all tbat could be expected of a uiouu tuin puss. The only matter of special difficulty was tlie necessity, at a certain poiut, of a consider able stretch of trestle-work, but which might be avoided by a loop or corkscrew like that made oy tbe Southern Pacific in tlie Pass of Tebachepi. If the line involving tbe trestle-work should be adopted, tbe road would buve no curve in the pass exceeding Un degrees. Ills camp was then established at the poiut where tbe creek enters tbe plain, ami be wus under orders to proceed to Cummings' valley, lor tbe purpose of examining tbe route tbeuce dowu to tbe i'ejon, which is also believed to be per fectly feasible. Contrary to the opinion that bas generally obtain ed, he expressed the belief tbat tbe route by way of tbe Fort Cafiou, CBfiada de las Uvas, was ulso a good oue. Ue thought tbere was no want of good routes for trans continental railroads to enter this valley. Engineering con siderations, he said, were decisively in favor of Ihe adoption of the route of this valley, by bis company, to tlie Bay of San Fran oisco. Uuless there were influ ences paramount to these that of tbe OOst would uot be tukeii. His own belief was that it is an object of supreme lmpjrtuuce for any transcontinental road to reaoli Its Pacific lermiutis by as short a live as possible. Referring lo a state ment that appeared in the L,os An gelts Hkkai.ii of the 22d instant, iv regard to tbe failure of the Bates expeditiou, sent out by hie company to make a survey from tbe Mojave river to ttie Needles ou tb c Colorado, be said be knew the outfit he had; tbat it was complete and all that was tucss sary for tbe purpose. Tbere was no desire to practice a niggardly economy. Mr. Bales la brave, humane, competent aud ex perienced. He would leave no man lost In Ibe do.sen to perish through fear of expense, as was al leged, iv hum inn him up; and if tlie search ws finally abaudoued, he was sure it was not done until It hail ' become decidedly hopeless, Tbe true explanation of tbe unfor tunate result of Ibe expeditiou, based ou his long experience in such matters, was to be found in tbe fact tliat Mr. Bates bad uot been sufficiently careful in select ing tbe members of bis party, aud that too mauy bad, worthless men bad found their way iuto it. He spoke of his work ou the Beale route, the survey of which be had just completed,us havlini been very pleasant. He found plenty of grass, wood, game uud excellent water; a fine, bracing, exhilarating climate and no difficulty in obtaining sup plies of fresh provisions. Mr. Griffin Is a ilueiit talker, aud as he has been a great traveller his con versation is always replete with facts—new, curious aud interesting. The Bible Society and the Re vision. The Rev, Leonard Wooleey Ba con bas a lively article In the cur rent number ot the Independent on " What will the revision do with tbe Bible Society?" ths converse of tbe question having been discussed in a previous issue. Mr. Bacon does not appear to have a very ex alted opinion of tbo usefulness of tbe Bible Society, and be expresses his views with frankness and vigor. "The revision," be says, "will demonstrate how utterly unneces sary Is this enormously rich, ex pensive and respectable but not LOS ANGELES. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 4. 1881. lively corporation lor tbe produc tiou und sale of Bibles. By tbe time it ahull have made up its multitudinous mind what is it going lo do about It, it will have ceased to be of auy con siderable practical importance to the public whether it does any thing about It or not." Again he says: "Tbe revision will make it plait) by practical experiment tbat the American Bible Sooiety is the principal existing hindrance to the circulation of the Holy Bcrip tures." Mr. Bacon thinks, too, that tbe constitution of the Socie ty is uot aa perfect as it might be. For, he saye, "tbe revised New Testament will, perhaps, be the happy occasion of demonstrating tbe imbecility, the lunatic idiocy (pardon the inadequacy of the ex pression) tbat directed the form of constitution of tbe Bible Society aud of all tbe societies that are fashioned on that model. This constitution may be briefly de scribed as absolute government by a riuir, limited by the possibility of a mob. « * » jjy dexterous avoiding of decisive questions, by backing down from tbeir right and duty for fear of an agitation, tbe management of the society have kept thin far from the general knowledge of the public tlie grave fact tbat its oustitutiou is rotten in every limber. * * * I serl- | ously believe this tat, overgrown, i lazy monopoly to be a public I nuisance, hindering tbe circu lation of the Scriptures iv this country and accomplishing noth ing in any country that would not be better done if It were remov ed out of the way. There is no reason to hope tbat tbe complete exposure of its radical irreform able vice of constitution will be one of the most beneficent of tbe incidental results of the new re vision." Iv conclusion, Mr. Bacon disclaims any personal hostility to tbe officers of the society, and say-: "The motive of this article must remain a mystery lo all who are incapable of conceiving of ils be ing written simply in the inter est of tbe Cbristiau Church lv America and in all the world." Close of St. Bernard Hos pice.—The noble St. Bernard dog is doomed to extinction, at least as tbe friend aud reseller of tbe poor fool-traveler over lhe St. Qotbard. In a few months tbe beneficent and time-honored hospice will be closed. The railway under Ihe gigantic Alps will draw all wander ers away from tbe mountain road, for the poorest peddler pursuing his little comuierce between Italy and Swiisserlaud, and the most destitute searcher after em ployment far from home, will rath er pay his small railway fare than risk lhe avulauche aud the weary walk. So ends a great Catholic charity, one of the most beautiful, brave and self-sacrificing which the world lias ever seen. The Emperor of China has issued a decree, ordering national mourn ing for the perioil of one hundred days on the death of the Empress dowager. .Shaving is prohibited during that time, and consequent ly Die numerous tonsorial artists will be great suflerers. Several Chinese at Fooohow, who were caught violating the imperial de cree relative to tho prohibition of shaving during the prescribed mourning days, were barnbooed and fined 3,000 cash each. Upon liberation their heads were painted and varnished, Tlie Emperor evi dently intends to make his subjects mourn whether tbey feel like it or not. MISCELLANEOUS. PRESCRIBED BY tf PHYSICIANS. PrApftrtjii frouiH/'l IJ tropical A Delioious and Re freshing Fruit ■Lozenge, Whiob. Serves the Purpose of Fills and Disagree able Purgative Medicines. TROPIC-FRUIT LAXA TIVE is the best preparation in the world for Constipation, Biliousness, Headache, Piles and all kindred Com plaints. It acts irently, effectively, and is delicious to take. Cleansing the sys tem thoroughly, it imparts vigor to mind and body, und dispels Melancholy, Hypochondria, etc. One trial OMUMorI, Packed in bronzed tin boxes only. Price 25 and 60 Cts. Sold ta all Druggists. The American Colony. This new colony tor Los Angelea coun ty Is now forming, to loaate on the CEHHITOB RANCH Fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties looking for a desirable location to make homes should see these laud, before pur chasing elsewhere. Parties can go and ccc the Colony tract and return the sa m a day from Los Augeles. Por rurtber par ticular, apply to or .end .tamp for Col ony map, prospectus, etc, to W. B.WILI> MORE. Baker Block, Boom 1. Lo. Ange la., Oal. f.att NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T-\ /v T7"TC3 SEWING BKST ITV THE WORLjO. PERMANENT BRANCH; 148 MAIN ST. 0 33;f JOHIN BTJJXIVS, Agent. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY CHEESEBROUGH & DR E YER, PROPRIETORS. MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CICARB, MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY, AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPEB & SNUFF At Wo. 39 Spring St., opposite Court House. ,f«< I MISCELLANEOUS. D. DESMOND, NOW READY, THE New Fall Style Dress Hats STIFi? I FF.LrHA D T%. B,iaPea ™ d THOMAB FAR R ALL, Late of Sau Franciaco, has opened a tlrst-oIaKN Merchant Tailoring: ESTABLISH MENT. AT I*T MAIN STREET, Los Augeles Uols a uraclloal tailor aud cutter ot 16 years years experience. He has cut iv lie best bouses East aud In Sau Fraucls o. His terms are yory reasonable. sap-Call aud seehlm. aolstl NEW YORK BREWERY LAUTH & STECKER ctuuoeesniH lochrle. Honnei Proprietors Tba OLE A kftttjttT, PUREST and MOST BRILLIANT LAUEitBEER youth ut Han Frauclsoo. Orders .or DRAUGHT or uoTTLUI (vi.i .H promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from Uua Brewery dines com petition in the Htate. mri-lf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY! U. MAHLSTEDT, Proprietor. The purest and most deliolous LA6KH BEER uiatiuiactureU ia Southern Cali fornia. Ordei'N for Draught or Bottled Beer tilled oil short notice. OUR BEEB IS NONPAREIL. JeltJ PONY SALOON, NO. 130 MAIN BTRKKT, Carl H. F. Mohwenn, [Better kuowu us Don Carlos,l •WWINES, LIQUORS, ALE, BEER AND CIGARS ot tbe best quality to be found in tbe market always uu baud, Aoordial Invitation Ih extended to bis .nd frleuds aud the public to give bim v jail. taTßagatelle Table for Pastime, a26tr J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near coruer ot First and Fort, streets. a»"Buggles. sprlug wagous aud saddle horses to hire. Double team aud buggy,a day $3.00 Two burses and eprlug wagou, a duy. 2.50 Horse aud buggj , per duy 12.50 Halt v day 1.50 ••-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. smr Christy & Wise. AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS And COMMISSION MERCHANTS lor the sale of Wont, Hides, Tallow. Graiu, Live Htock.atc. Also, Wool Bags, Twine, Dips and all Raoon Supplies forutsbed customers at lowest rates, 807 FRONT ST., between Jaoksou and Paclllc, SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES OFFICE. ful-lui 1 ARO AD IA BLOOK. To Grain Shippers- All grain arriving here by rati or teams consigned to tlio uuderalyusd for Bblp luautwlUbe Mtorod Fit EE KOR KIVK DAYS. All (grain romatiitui; lv niy poasesalOD or a louger ttnie will be charged lor v the rate of 75 cents per ton, besides lighterage. PHINEAH BANNING. Wilmington, Jan- 1881. d7tf OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, No. 110 Malu St., Cardona Block. The table will be furnished with tba best that can be procured In the market. Regular meals, 25 ot.. SST ICE-CREAM SALOON connected witb the restaurant. my.-lm CHAS. WKNZKL, Prop'r. LAWYERS. = HENRY M. NMITH. T.B.BROWN, A. W. HUTTON. DUt. ACty. SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON Attorunyci at Law. OMoe-ROOMS Nos. 81 aud ■, TEM PLE BLOCK. Bai 11-tf J. Brousseau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. nos. ae and sr. baker block. mh3lf H. lU. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offlne-ROOMS 7« AND Tt, TEMPLE BLOCK. mh2ir JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. BRAVES. Graves & Chapmau, Attorneys JSc Coiiusel lors at I.nw, Room No. 8, Baiter Blook. tellt J. O. EASTMAN, A. S. KINO, S. HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS, Eastinau, Haley, King & Robarts. Attorneys at I .aw. OFFICE— No*. 3,1,5 aud 6. BTRELITZ BLOCK, Spring street, Los Angeles. Will practice In tbe Supreme and all State Courts. Particular attention paid to land aud mining oases. 01-liu S. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms . and 1 Duooinmun's Block, corner Ma.v A Commercial streets, Los » - eles. luay7-tl BUSINEBBCARDsT~ JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERtt, Rooms IS auil 14. McDonald Block, Malu St., LOS ANOS M.Cal. septeU PHINEAB BANNING, hORWARDING AND COMMISSIO A-Q-lEZISTT, WILMINGTON, [,os Angeies county, Cat. Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. oo7tl H. NEWMARK & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer In Wool, Uralu, Hides. 11, 13 &16 LOS ANUELES T. :ie3t.f C. E. BROV/N. W. E. MORFORD. MORFORD & BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE OROVES, VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES ITOl* BAIeCX. I ALSO, Commission Merchants. Dealer. In Wool, Uralu aud Livestock Corner Spring and Temple Streets, au3-3m l.os Angeles, Cal. MAYFIELD Water Elevator and Purifier. (A. I*llllll> anil Pttrlfloi' Corablund.j patented UPTBKBXBM, ltm. IHE MA YFIEL D WA TEJt FL EVA?OR, will make the Foulest Well or Cistern SWEET, PURE AND "WHOLESOME, In teu days or less lime It elevates water easier titan any other dovise. It uover freezes. It never corrodes. It hae no wooden tabes to taint the water. It fills the bucket at the bottom ot the well or cisteru. It agitates tho water by pass ing six gallons of air through it per minute. It reluoes Wiglers, Water Lice aud Water ling sto their proper elomeuts. It will save it. prioeouoa overy year in dispensing with tho use of uausoous drugs taken into the system to remove the effeot of impure wattir.by reuderlug tbe water puro, sweet and wholesome. A ohild eight years old can, with ease, draw water sufficient for the tue ol a large amily oat of a fifty-loot well. For farther Information, address BROWNING, POPE & C»" PHYSICIANS. K.D. WISK, M. D., | B. B. LiTHROP.M.D., Residence: I Residence: Ham. 283 Main street. | mood House, Malnst. Drs. Wise A Lathrop, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. Offlces-CARDONA BLOCK, Main St., Rooms Nos. 2,3 and 4. Office hours from BA. M. to 5 p. m . and from 7 to 9 p.m. J y3l T. C. KIGER, M. D. f HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. (Graduated at tbe Clevelai.4 Homcß pathlo College in 1857.) Office and residenoe on Charity street, between Fifth and Blxtb. All diseases skillfully treated. Can cers removed without the knife in two weeks. Corns removed without pain in (en minutes. The worst cases or chaf* ing of children relieved In live minutes and cured in two days. jy27tf Dr. J. 8. Griffin, UP-BTAIRS CITY OF PARIS BUILD ING, SPRING STREET. Office hours- a to 11 A. .m ~ 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 P. M, ear Residence—BAST SIDE OK MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST. Jyßtf Dr. Joseph Kurtz Has removed his office to Rooms 23, 27 and 30 Bauer Block. •STHye aud ear diseases treated with the care of a specialist. ap22 Or. It. P. RICHARDSON | I Physician and Pur|reon Office and liesldeuce, Fort Hill, Btiena Vista street. J. HANNOU, M. D., COUNTY I'HYHIL'IAfi. MASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS. Residenoe, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Malu street. Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from 1 to 4 P.M. ap2oHf J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORKER OF Alameda and First Streets OKAI.KHH IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, * SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES -tr - Perry. Wood worth A Co.'s LUMBER YARDS —AX D — PLANING MILLS, Bfo. ia Oommerelal ..reel, uew Mailroed Depot. mrSMr- H. SLOTTERBECK 77 IVlaiii Ntreet, Cutis, Pistols, Rifles. Ammunition, Cutlery, SPORTING GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Also a flne SHOOTING GALLERY. BEPAI H I N G OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY. ■121 r POR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER THE Los Angeles Infirmary AND OROUNDS KOR SALE. The grounds are highly Improved aud contain a large number of bearing or. ange, lemon uud deciduous fruit treeH. o» For terms apply ou tbe premises. Ja7tr Popular Monthly Drawing ol tbe Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT MAO AO LEY' 3 THEATKK, IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, On Saturday .1 uly 30, IWSI. These drawings, occur monthly (Sun days excepted), under provisions of au Act of tbe General Assembly of Ken tucky, Incorporating the Newport Print lug aud Newspaper Co., approved April 9 18711. 'tfcrThls Is a special act, uud has never been repealed. Tbe United States Olrcult Court on March3lst, rendered tbe followiug deci sions. Ist—Tbat the Commonwealth Distri bution Company Is legal. 2d—lts drawings are fair. The Company baa now ou baud a large reserve fund. Read tbe llstol prizes for the JULY DRAWING. 1 Price 130,000 1 Prize 10,000 1 Prlte 6,000 10 Prizes, $1000 each 10,000 20 Prizes, $500 eaoh 10,000 lot) Prizes, tIOO each 10,000 200 Prizes, ISO eacb _ 10,000 600 Prizes, 120 eaoh 12,0(10 1000 Prizes, |10 each 10,000 0 Prizes, $300 eacb, Approxima tion prizes 2,700 » Prizes, $200 eacb, Approxima tion prises 1,800 y Prizes,sloo eaab. Approxima tion prises 900 WOO Prizes 4112,400 Whole Tickets, ta. Unit Tickets, tl. 27 Tickets, |50. 6 j Tlokela, $100. Remit Mouey or Bank Draft In Letter or send by Express, Don't send by reg istered letter or Postofflce order. Orders of $5 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all order R. M. BOABDMAN. Courier Journal bolldlug, Louisville, Ky. or T. J. COMMERFORD, »»» Broadway. New York. nt-d*w LINES OF TRAVEL. ... ... I3fr PACIFIC COAST BTEAMBHIP COMPANY. UOODALL, PERKINS A CO., GEN ERAL AUBNTH. SAN FRANCISCO. San Franolsoo and Los Angeles. SCHEDULE FOR AUGUST, Coming South Oolng North fl jjl » 3a STEAK BBS £* S3 ff" o» n - 3 | i it Orltaba.... Aug 1 Aug 3 Aug 6 Aug 7 Ancon " 6 " 8 " 10 " 12 Orliaba.... " 11 " 111 " 16 " 17 Ancon " 10 "18 " ■ ■ Orliaba.... " ill " 29 *' 26 " 27 Ancon " 26 '■ 26 '• 30 Sept 1 Orizaba... " 81 Sept 2 Sept 4 '• « Ancon Sapt 6 '• 7 ,f B " 11 Both iteamchlps can at Port Hariord (SauLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara. Tbe Company reserves the right ' o ohange the steamers or their days of sailing. » CHANGE OF HOUR. ear-Passengers for San 'Francisco take the train for Wllmlugton that leaves Los Angeles at 10:90 o'clock A. M , Los Angeles tiro.. Los Angeles and San Diego THE BTKAMIUS Orizaba and Anoon. Leave Sen Pedro for Baa Diego August 8. 8,18,18,23,28, and Sept. i and 7. Passengers take the train that leavea Loa Angelea for Wilmington at 3.45 p. m., Loa Angelea time. Rates of Fare from Lot Angelei. Cabin. Steerage. To San Franolsoo 116 00 110 00 To Port Harford 11l 00 9 00 To Santa Barbara 8 00 8 00 To San Diego 8 00 0 Ou Plana of steamers' oablus at agenl'somoe, where bertba may be scoured. FOR WAY PORTS. Tbe steamer Los Angelea leavea Ban Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San Prancl.oo every Friday, oatlllng at way porta, The steamer Newport, Plummer com mander, runs between Ban Franolsoo and Newport Landing, calling at Santa Cruz, San Buenaventura, Hueneme, Ban Pedro, and Anaheim .banding, for combustibles, way freight and passen gers, leaving San Francisco about every ten daya, as tides serve on tbe Newport bar. for Passage or Freight ac above, oi for tickets to and from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports. Apply to H.MoLELLAN, Agent, Office," No. 66} Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Los Annul b. Se Pa Re Rs COMMENCING; Sunday, May Ist, 1881, And until further notice. TRAIN* Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows: B.fill8 .fill A. M.—DAILY—S.P. Atlantic Kx aUU press for Yuma (Colorado River steamers), Maricopa (Prescott), Caaa Grande, (Florence), luoson, Benson, (Tombstone), Demlng, N. M. (for A. T. and S. F. R. R.) and Rogers (lorEl Paso). 8./ C A. M.— DAILY- San Franolsoo ,H0 Through Freight and Third class Accommodation train. 9 .0H A. M.—DAILY—Via L. A. aI. ■OU R- R. —Local Passenger tralu u> sauta Monica. W.OC A M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger •OU tralu to Wilmington. 2.911 y - M.—DAlLY—Except Sunday •OU Local passenger train to Colton. 3 .0n P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Paasenger .OU train to Wilmington. / .m p. M.—DALLY—LocaI Paasenger ■ff.OU train to Anaheim aud Santa Ana (Sau Diego.) C.fjn P. M—SUNDAYS EXCEPTED— 3 .UU via l. A. aI.R. R. Local, Pas senger Tralu to Santa Monica. (On Sun day i tils I ram will leave at 5:50 P. M.J S.ICP. M—DAILY-Express tor San .10 Franotaoo, connecting at Latbrop with trains of the Central paolfle Rail road lor the East, c 7,/r P. M. —DAILY—S. P. Kmlgraul • ■tO Tralu for Yuma. Tucson and Demlng (A. T. dt S. F. R. R.) A. N. TOWNE, Ueneral Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN, Ueneral Passenger and Tloket Ag't. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent Loa Angeles. BEE RANCH FOR SALE, SITUATED EIGHT Mll.Es FROM I.UH ANUELES, With two dwelling homes, barn, chick* on-houaes and honey bouse; plenty ol good mountain water brougnt lo the nouses in pipes; a large stock: of Italian bees, in ibe most Improved style ol hives, together with all the appurte nances necessary for tbe use and opera tion ot the bee business. ror further particulars inquire at 28 Malu street, or addreus k*. O. box 066. Los Angeles, < ul Jal2tf Capitol Bakery AND CONFECTIONERY, SPUING ST., below tbe Postofflce. aWWEDDING CAKES AND FANCY CAKES of all styles always on hand. ■ar ATTRACTIVE NOVBLTIKB for tbe Holidays. Give me a oall. d7-lm H. SCHUMACHFu NO. 152 BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS BANK Of Lo* Angela*. CAPITAL 200,000 OO Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO W ISAIAS W. HELLMAN Prasld—S L. 0. GOODWIN v rgSSS JOHN MILNER. * !!ta2o?ltarr BOARD OF DIRBOTOBB. »i life, Exchange for aale oa NEW YORK, LONDON, DUS- W LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, E and BERLIN, Receive Deposits and Isses Then Certificates. '..3 B »T and »•!— A LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY. AND CITY BONDS. 3 LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANC 1 ataJOT STREET ' Loi Angelea m o, 1 Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000 DIRECTORS. < Buy and >eJI exchange on Ban f-raaeuea. „ Frankfort. * B " y stf»Kurop.l , ' rt * 0 ' tb ' 1 banking and exohaage burta**!. "1 FIRST j NATIONAL BANK j Of LOS I FBEBIDEHT J. fi. HOLLEIBBOK 1 oashieb.. £ t f t tfnoß >■ SOCIETY NOTICES. I Masonic Rottoe. I OrstMONDAY ortaoh'moStaS I 7: £, p - *■ Memoir pStaS I pha, Mo. s»a, and all Ma.terMaaon.la I good standing are cordially Invited ■ By order of the W:-M:. ■ Okas. Smith. Seeretarr. I ® Knights el Pytttae. I , T m S f 7aT ? I Downey Block. All sojuurnlug KiUaJAt M tn good .landing are cordially lnrUeS M C. B .Mt W ,K I .oV£ I a NBM^B - 0 - 0 - I Lot angeies Ch.pler No. SI, R:- a:- I f Stated oou vocation, oa a. M MONDAY of .aob month. ■ IS »■ «t Macule HaU.' MJ Sojourning eompanloae IB BB gooil standing oordlaUy la. ■ vited By ord«r 5f v ■ A. W. KDELMAN, H. t. ■ Sab. Pbasbb, X Jfr? KNIGHTB TEMPLAR 9 I Hold. It. stated concave* at th* Aa* lum lv Maaonlo Hall, on th* TDrd I THURSDAY of each month, at 7)4' o'clock Ml «"• . Sojourning Knights T.mplar f£ Ml good standing are cordially Invited teak BB tend. By order or the BB ■*• O*. BB J. 0. Lim.anau>, Recorder. ■ Lai Snfolos Council No. |l, R*«*J aa* I Select Masters. F. * L M~ I Holds Its stated assemblies tt th* eta I Monday .it each month at Maeoale Hall. mm at 7SOr. v. sojourning (.Vim pant oa* la tm good standing are fraternally Invited to Bjß attend. By order of th. Th"- lU*. JBB H. li. CUNNINGHAM, Reoordar. MJ l.o* Augelee IMmla SO, I. •. m,* MJ Regular meeting held oa 1 week at 7S o'clock. So- I . Jt Journlng brethren iv goo* ABB standing are oordlally Invited. J A. Fbamk. B. B. I EAGLE CORPS, N. G. C. I Regular meetings at armory, Unloa M Hull, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock. ■ W. H. H. RUSSELL, ■ Captain Commaadlng. ■ C. A. Kktlkk, First Sergeant. JeST-ir ■ Confidence Engine Company He. 2. | . REGULAR MEBTTKCrS • JHl^e,u f . tporss* -* I CHARLES KETLKR. See. ] Evergreen Lanndrf- I WASHI 3ST &>i Called for and delivered toaayaart of th. elty, by 'sbbl J J. Phllllpe, Aetata F « -J Order, oan be left al the ee»t**ar* Ij Mr. Mam BeUeraa. aorta* St.