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Pub labed every morning ezoept Mon day, — BY — I OIiKPH D. LYNCH. TtRAfIS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per unnum, by mall or express ..810 six months " " - ! Three months " • Delivered by carriers, por week .26 oents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD Ispubllshed every Saturday morning. TERMS. One year.by mall or express.one oopy..»80f) Six months, " " " " •••} 'f Three " " " " -1W Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates. All Klnda ol Job-Worh done to Compete with Nnit franelsoo m Frlee.style, and Kleirnuce ot Work. saaaahlß. Late Telegrams. ■ Tue Aneou'a Pneeenaere. San * Francisco, Aug. «.—The steamer Aneon sailed this morn- Ming at 9A. if. with tbe following passengers: P Labordette, J Cai tile, J Stack, Geoßabcock, T Lung more, H Koch, Senator C. Cole, Wife and two children, Mrs New man, Mrs Cahlll, St. Demis. ■aa Fraaeieeo Market*. Ban Francisco. Aug. 6 —Wheat excited: No. 1, $1.44J@5150; No. 2, $1 42J@$1 45. Barley, leed high er at 95c@J1.00. San Francisco, August ti —A Tucson dlspateh Bays thatthestory of Ambrose Lomproz, tbe engi neer oaptured by Apaches recently, telegrabed is false iv detail as to tbe number and movement of the savages and tbe presence of Vlcto rio. Thetni".." HisiisiHdsv. fSaasiSa Mrttle 11. San Francisco, August ti —It is reported that Chinese highbind ers bave made arrangements to fight out a feud which was opened last Sunday. The police authori ties have taken steps to check any disturbance, In which they have been offered the assistance oi Chen Lhu Tong, the Chinese Consul - General. Or.sou Bfeivv. San Francisco, August ti.—A Portland dispatch says that George Algesbeim, of Washington county, a few days ago, in a Ut of rage, shot his daughter, iuflicting a painful, though not dangerous, wound. He tied to the woods and committed suicide. Henry Villard bas given the Or egon State University seven thous and dollars to relieve its indebted ness. Beaked »l SI,OOO ia oolii son. PLACERVILLK, Cal., Aug. 6.— Geo. VV. Kimball, of tbe Kimball mine, was robbed to-day of a sack containing $1,000 in gold dust. He and a young mau named McLaugb liD were iv a buggy and were stop ped witbin three miles of Placer ville by two masked men with pis tols, apparently young Americans. •■*.iug BaiiMOt.r Hiai. OROVILLE, Cal , Aug. 6 —George B. Bodgers, a premmeut citizen and mlllowner at Moorelowu In this oounty, was probably fatally injured yesterday by a saw-log loll ing over him. To.Oaff'a Keiiorl ?rmui tbe Execu tive 1tb.111., Executive Mansion, July 6— 8:30 A. M.—The President has passed a pleasant night, sleeping sweetly the greater part of the time without tbe aid of morphia or any other anodynes. Tbls moruing be la cheerful aud all indications promise another favorable day. Pulse 92, temperature 98.4°, res piration 18. D. W. Bliss and others. Executive Mansion, July 6 — 1 P. M.—The President continues to do well. He said to the surgeons this morning tbat he felt better tban.at any time since bis injury. His breakfast consisted of beefsteak and potatoes, toast, tea aud a few strawberries. Tbe latter were much relished. Tbe patient bas had thus far a comfortable day, aud at this hour the pulse is 100, temperature •nd respiratiou normal. Bepurl or Cot. Hwudell on WllinluK luu Hntßor. Washington, Aug. 6.—The an nual report of Col. Mendell of the Board of U. S. Engineers says of Wilmington harbor improvements: Tbe principal aiteratiousof the past year consisted in dredging for the purpose of widening tbe channel through the reef which lies west of Deadman's Island. The depth of tbe channel continues to Improve and tbere is now a good channel over ten feet deep at low water. Mendell Bays It is quite possible lo increase the depth <>t this oliaunel to 15 or 16 feet at low water by the exoavation of the reef aud by the ex - tension of jetties. A uarelulestimaie shows tbe probable cost nf trns-9 operations to be about $292,000, whiob could be advantageously ex pended In two years if appropria tions were made. Col. Mendell iv his report says that the Increase of population lv Southern California, and tbe exteiidon of railroads in Arizona and New Mexico have given increased importance to Wil mington harbor, aud there seems to be more reason now for a harbor fifteen feet deep tban tbere was for one ten feet deep at tbe time tbe improvements were commenced. Operations (o: the com iuu year will be covered by contracts now in force. They eobsist mainly of placing stone on ths jetties. About 389,000 were expended during tbe past year and about 929,100 remain from tbe put appropriation avail able for the coming year's work, whlsheuniu not sufficient to do Los Angeles Daily Herald. all that Is desirable. Mendel I thinks tbat $880,000 oau be profita bly expended duiiog the year end • lug June 80tb, 1883. ftooreultiit ■■.c New 4 ■ ■ ■< NEW Yobk, Aug. 6 —The weath er continues tbe hottest nf tbe sea sou nnd the exodus to the seaside resorts is unprecedented. Numer ous fatal sunstrokes are reported. A BKVIew »tf llllDllitf 'i I .n'h. New Yobs, August a—The Mining Assuciated PresH reports as follows concerning tbe mining stuck market lor tbe past BeVen days: Mining atooks bave beeu fairly uctlve and during tbe last few days tbe volume of business has been large. H'bernla bas again become active, 56 000 shares selling yesterday at SI Tbe prioe deoliued lo 52 sents upou a report that the mine is exhausted. State Line stocks are aotlTe aud irregu lar, ndvauciug ta-d»y to tbe high est prices of the week. Yesterday Johu B. Alley, of Boston, was elected President of Btate Live Companies Nos. 2 aud 8. Oriental aud Miller advanced iv sympathy with State Lines. Operators geu erally anticipate a livelier market aud better prices than have ruled lately. During the week the fol lowing divideudw were declared or paid: Copper Queen, 10 cents per sbaie; Tombstone, 10; Xrou Sul phur, 20; La Plata, li; Bobinsou C>., 26; Stanford, 76; Alice, 10 To tal bullion receipts for tbe week, $238,163; total sales of raiuing stocks, over 870,(jOO shares, A U.,s Wnv„ lv Winona.in. Milwaukee, Aug. 0 —This is the warmest day known In the history of Milwaukee. Fourmenou thu steamer City of Milwaukee died from Ibe eff.-cta of tlie heat. Specials from the interior of tbe Slate report v number of fatal cxses of euueti oke, and very many cases of prostration which will probably prove fatal. A ftlia-uuri OU'U'tv Arrested. St. Louis. August o.—The Re publican's Carttmge, Mo., special says: Taylor Uud rwood, leader of v baud of in soutbwes Missouri ami the murderer of Dep uty Sheriff McElralh of Dade couuty, three months ugo, was ar rested to-d:iy at Carthage afier a desperato struggle with cleieotive E. Spike. Three of Underwood's gang were lynched by citizens of Dado county for beiug coni'erned In tbe murder of McElrnUi. Would..'! DrlnK. Petersbukg, Pu., Aug. -The refusal of Jotiu W. Gretn to drink with Wm. Lpb, h strauger, caused a light in which Green's throat wus out Hiid Lee was shot. Both died. Missis.ii»i,i |..»»i«tes. Jackson, Miss., Aug. o.—Lowry was nominated on lhe 31at ballot by a vote of 126 to 112. This is re garded as au endorsement of Barks dale. Ot. D. Sands was nominated for Lieuteuaut-Governor. ....iti.H MMStasi, SARATOGA, August 6 — The first raoe, It mile, was w«n by Girolfe, FalrpUy second, Valeria third; time, 1 51}. 41.v.tie tttstul ..»...,. MORRISTOWN, N. J., August 6.— Orviile Grant, brother of General Grant, died at Morris Plains yes terday. Tbe rviut Wttrs i«l EftHt in Cluelu- DHtl. Cincinnati, Aug. 6 —Thermom eter, 96°. Deaths iluriog July, 824, of whloh 455 were from heat. Bret Harte and Sala's Fend George Augusta Sala aod his country's pride as a Glasgow Con sul, Bret Harte, were among the persons iuvited to tbe binquet of the Lord Mayor of Loudon lo lhe literary fellows. Neither was there. Their absence created some remark, because a duy or two before tbe gentlemen had had a scene which might have culminated in a duel, and Ibe gossips wo c happy in the belief tbat at the very moment the Lord Mayor was stuffing the literati of the Brliish Isles, the gentlemen named were out in the Held of honor chewing one another up. A London cor respondent explains tbat "years ago, iv Sau Francisco, Bret Harte attacked Mr. Sala in au unprovok ed article, it Is said, aud witii n venom which Mr. 3*l* never for gave. Tbey have never met since until last Friday evening, ut a dinner at tho house of Mr. Frith. Miss Frith, who acted as mistress ol the cer«uaonies, was made ac quainted with the lend between the two gentlemen, but, wilh the girl's want of tact and experience, thought It would be good 'fun' to send Mrs. Sala down to dinner with Bret Harte as escort. She therefore introduced lnui for that purpose, weeing this, Mr. Sala slopped forward, removed his wife's band from Mr. Hart's arm, and told him he could not take her to dinner uulrss he would first off-r au apology for the Insult ottered years ago, for false asser lions wnich had never beeu re tracted. Bret Harte decliued to retract or apologize, where upon Mr. Sala took Ins wile upon his arm and left tbo house." Not withstanding tbe rumors, there wasn't any further hostile meet ing between these fen cious literary fellows, which is fortunate for riala. Harte would have eaieri him and called for a • ouple ot ordinary Brit one by way of du-i eft, — Chicago Times, July 23. In testing for the bullet lv the President's body, Profs. Bell and Taiutor found that in every in stance when the small discs at tached to tbe machine were placed In such a position on the patient's body as indicated the location of the black or blue spot wbicb ap peared on tbe lower rlgbt aide of tba abdomen soon after the Presi dent wm ehot, ths listener LOS ANGELES. SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7.1881 at the microphone said he perceived the signs of the dis turbance. It mude no difference whether tbe experimenters could see tho disc or not. Whenever they were placed in that particular posi tion be became Instantly aware of the faot uud announced it. The ex periments were varied and contin ued, until all were convinced that the bullet had been found, or had, at least, beeu located. The ball must be within two and one-half Inches of tbe surface. Tbe surgeons do not intend to remove It ut pres ent. Will not the following paragraph explain the origin of some of tbe fires which arise in tbe grain fields and among the brush lv the mountains: "A correspondent of a London paper warns people against throwing broken bottles among sun-dried gruss-or heath at tbis time of the year, as tbe bottoms of such bottles frequently act as burning glasses. The Aus tralians know that extensive and damaglug bush fires have taken place In Australia In consequence of broken bottles having been carelessly thrown down anions the diit-d sorub. So, 100, camp tires at Aldersbot and bush fires on English commons may have their origin in parts of broken bottles acting as burning glasses " MISCELLANEOUS , PRESCRIBED BY PHYSICIANS. p ; LA^mVE Prepared '* - °"i^.' J l \M tropical fruits \(!/ * Dli PttlMfc A Delioious and Re freshing Fruit Lozenge, I Which Serves the Purpose of Pills and Disagree able Purgative Medicines. TROPIC-FRUIT LAXA TIVE is tlie best preparation in tlie world for Constipation, Biliousness, Headache, Piles and all kindred Com plaints. It acts gently, effectively, and is delicious to take. Cleansing the sys tem thoroughly, ii imparts vigor to mind and body, and dispelH Melancholy, Hypochondria, etc. One trial convinces, i Paoked in bronzed tin boxes only. Price 25 and 60 Cts. Sold by all Druggists. The American Colony. This new colony for Los Angeles coun ty Is now forming, to locato on lhe CERRITOS RANCH Fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties looking for a desirable locatioa to make b.imes should sue these lands before pur chasing elsewhere. Parlies can go and see the Colony tract and return the n% me day from Lot Angels*. For further par ticulars apply to or send, stamp for Col ony map. prospectus, etc. to W. E. WILL- MoKE, Baker Block, Uoom 1, Los Ang les. Oal. fe2if TML: DUFFY, Proprietor of the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Begs to Inform the public that be spreads a FINE LUNCH and keeps EXCEL LENT LIQUORS. Ro also gives a FINE MEAL for2Br. Tho public arc cordially Invited to give him a call. Je2tr aJ^llTTlglV l| W CELEBRATED "\ _ STOMACH «f*> Malaria is an Unseen Vaporous Poison, spreading disease and death In many localities, for wbicb quinine is no genuine anlidote. but for tlie effects of wbion He* tetter's Stomach Bitters is not only a thorough remedy, bul a reliable preventive. To Ibis fact there is an oveiwhelmlng array of testimony, ex tending over a period of thirty years. All disorders of the liver, stomarb and bowels aro also conquered by tbe Bit ters. larFor solo by all Druggists nnd Doal crs generally. Private School. MRS. STARBUCK, Graduate of the Convent of the Uaored Heart, Paris, Franoe. and pupil or tbe Conservatoire nf Musi-, will re-open ber Private sohool for the FALL TERM TUESDiY, AUG. ■tti H. at room. 178 Main atreet, next door to tbe resldenceof Bisbop Mora. ' avinatructlon In English In all Its branches, thorough elementary training tor youn* children and ft high course of education for advanoed pupils; also, pri vate and class lessons In French, Span ish, German, Musle and Singing, ai-lm NEW ADVEBTIHEMENTB. J\ T7"T C 2 sew in c V JLl^3machines BEST EIV THE WORLD. PERMANENT BRANCH, 148 MAIN ST. om ,, JOHIN SS, j^g-ent. LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY CHEESEBROUGH & OR E YER, PROPRIETORS. MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS. MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY, AND DEALEBS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPEB & SNUFr' At No. 39 Spring St., opposite Court House. .«i MISCELLANEOUS. D. DESMOND^ NOW READY, THE New Fall Style Dress Hats c E h L e T 8 H d A%. 81,,Pe8 m SOKT *"* THOMAS FARRALL, Late of Hun Francisco, hat. opened a first-class , Merchant Tailoring; KSTAULIHHiaKNT, AT I*7 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles lie is a practical tailor and nutter of 16 years years experience He has cut In he best nouses East and In San Francis o. His terms are yery reasonable. •ay-Call and see him. aplQtf YORK BREWTRY LAUTH & STECKER. U'uuoesaoie lo Uhrlo. KStttte) Proprietors ULliArtEM'i'. PUREST uuu MoSl P.RILLI • •. r LAGKR USER boom of Han Franolsco. Orders .or DRAUGHT or KOTTLKI tIL.b.K promptly attended to. The celebrated lloer from this hrowory defies oompetition )n the State. narft-t/ PHILADELPHIA BREWERY! D. MAHI»iI'KI) V, Proprietor. The purest and most delicious BEER inamiiactured iv Southern Cali fornia. Order* lor L>raua;h!r or Botiled Beer filled on short noticed OUR BEEB. m NONPAREIL. Jellj PONY SALOON, NO. 180 MAIN STREET, Oarl 11. iT. Nchweun, [Better known as Iron Carlos,] •arWINES, LIQ.UORS, ALE, beer AND CIGARS ot tho best quality to be round lv the market alwuys on hand, A cordial Invitation Is extended to his »..! friends aud the publlo to give bim a jail. fiaTßagatelle Table for Pastime. oSttf J. G. DeTurk, FEED ANU LIVERY STABLES. Near corner of First uud Fort streets. irvßuggles, spring wagons and saddle horses to hfre. Double team and buggy,a day 88.00 Two horses and r-prlng wagon, a day. 2.60 Horse and bugg}, per day 2.60 Halt a day 1.60 GUARANTEED. 822tf Christy & Wise, AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS Aud COMMISSION MERCHANTS tar the sale of Wool. Hides, Tallow. Grain. Live stooK, etc. v Also, Wool Bags, Twine, frlps ami all Ranoh Supplies furnished customers at lowest rates. 607 FRONT ST., between Jacttsou aud Pacific, SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES OFFICE. fol-lm 1 ARCADIA BLOCK. KOTIOE To Grain Shippers. All grain arriving here by rail or teams consigned to the undersigned tor ship ment will be storod FREE FOR FIVB DAYK. All jjralu reinnlniJiK in my possession ortUonger time will be charged for a the rate of 73 centa per ton, besides lighterage. PHLNKAH BANNING. Wilmington, Jau*. IKHI. dTtf OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, ' No. 116 Main St., Cardona Block. ■ Thu table will be furnished with tb* , best tbat oan be procured In tbe market. ( Regular meals, 25 cts. . tar ICE-CREAM SALOON connected . with tbe restaurant. i my+-lm CHAS. WENZEL, Prop'r. LAWYERS. HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN, A. W. HUTTON. Dlst. Atty. SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON Attorney* at Law. Orflce-KOOMM Nos. si und Di, TEM PLE BLOCK. attar 11-tf J. Brousseau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOS. 60 AND S7. BAKER BLOCK. mh3tf 11. H. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. OflVe -KOOiIS 7« AN D 77, TKMPLE BLOCK. mhHtf JNO. 8. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVER. Graves & Chapman, Attornnyg <St Connnel. lors at Law, Room No. 6, Baker Blook. font I J. G. EASTMAN, A. J. KING, S. HALEY, lOHN ROBARTS. Eastman, Haley, King & Ko hurts, Attorneys tit Law. OFFICE—Nos. ;l, 4,5 and tt. STRELITZ BLOC.'C, Spring street, Los Angelea. Will practice In the Supreme and all State Courts. Particular attention paid to land and mluing oases, 01-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms urn) 4 Duoommnn's Block, corner Ma-n i Commercial streets, Los 1 - eles. may7-tf BUSINESS CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AN» CONVEYANCERS, Kourus It and 14, McDonald Block, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cul. tlopttttf PHJSUEAS CAN JUS !&<&, hORWARDiNu ANU COMMISSIO WILMIfItGTON, Los Anscioscouuty, Oal. Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PIiOMPTNKSS. oo7tr _ . H. NEWMARK & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer lit Wool, Gralu, Hides. 11, 18 &16 LOS ANOELES T. :mt C. B. BROWN. W. K. MORFORD. MORFORD & BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES. ORANGE GROVES, VINE YARDS, EARMS AND RANCHES POlk SALH. -ALSO, Commission Merchants. liealers In Wool, Grain and Livestock Corner Spring and Temple Streets, , auB-3m Los Angoles, Oal. fIAAYFiELD Water Klevator and Pmflßf. (A Pump mvi Pui'lllt-r Oonibinwd.) tmSOOfSMD BEPTEMBEU M, Wit. ' IBM MA YFIELD WATER EL EVA'IOR, will make the Foulest Well or Cistern SWEET, PURE AND WHOLESOME, in ten days or less time It elevates water easier thau any othor devion. It never freezes. It never ooiTodou. It lias no wooden tubos to taint tho water. It fills tbe bucket at tbe bottom of tbe well or oistorn. It agitates tho water by pass ingsix gallons of air through it per minute. It raluoes Wiglers, Water Lice and Water Bug ■to th. ir proper elements. It will Bave Its prioe ouoo every year in dispensing with the use of nauseous drugs taken iuto tbe system to remove the effect of impure water,by rendering the watar pure, sweet and wholesome. A child eight years old oan, witb ease, draw water sufficient for the use ot a largo amity out of a fifty-toot well. For further Information, address BROWNING, POPE k C» PHYSICIANS. K. D. Wise, M. D., I II B. Hthbop. M l)., Residence: Residence: Ham -283 Main street. I mond House, Main st. Ors. Wise %% Lathrop, PHYSICIANS and SUBGEONS. Offices—CAßDONA BLOCK, Main St., Rooms Nos. 2, 8 and 4. Otilce hours from 8 a. m. to sp,u. and from 7 to I p. K. JyBl T. C. KIGER, Ml. Os, HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. (Graduated at the Cleveland Homai path to College In 1857.) Office and reßldenoe on Charity street, between Fifth and sixth. All diseases skillfully treated. Can cers removed without the knife la two weeks. Corus removed without pal a in ten minutes. The worst cases of chaf ing of children relieved In .Aye ml nui.es and cured In two days. jy27tf Ur. J. 8. Griffin, UP-MTAIR3 CITY OF PARIS BUILD ING, SPRING STREET. Office hours - 'I to 11 A, M.,1 to 8 and 7 to 8 P. M. ear Residenoe—EAST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST. JyBlf Dr. Joseph Kurt/. Has removed bis office to Room. 23, 27 and 30 Baker Block. */-!•;>•« and ear diseases treated with tbe care of a specialist. ap22 , — Or. N. P. RICHARDSON. I and fur^eon Onloe and Itealdeuce, Fort Hill, Ruena Vtsta street. J. HAN NUN, M.D., rO'UNTY PHVBICIAJS. MASCAREL BUILDING, CP STAIRS. Residence, cosmopolitan Hotel, Main street. Office hours Irom 10 to 12 A. M.: from 1 to 4 P. M. ap2o-Vf j. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. UOBNEB 09 Alameda and First Streets UK AI.EKS IH DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HA 18, PLASTER OP PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES — IT - Perry, Woodworth A Co.'s aVUMOEIXUB YABDB — AID — PLANING MILLS, Ho. I« uoromerolMl ..tree., uesv Ballroad IMp.l. mrtO-tf- H. SL.OTTERBECK 77 Vltiin Street. Guns, Pistols, Rifles. Ammunition, Cutlery, AND •PORTING GOODS OK ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Alio a flue SHOOTING GALLERY. REPAIHINH OK FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY. guv FOR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER THE Los Angeles Infirmary AND GROUNDS FOR SALE. The grounds are highly Improved aud contain a large number ol bearing or ange, lemon and deciduous fruit trees. auf For terms apply on the premises. Ja7lf ' Popular Monthly Drawing ol the Commonwealth Distribution Co., IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, On Wednesday Aug. ttl.aMMl. These drawlugß, ocour monthly (Sun days excepted), under provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of Ken tucky, Incorporatlngthe Newport Print ing and Newspaper Co., approved April 9. 1878. osvTliis Is a special act, aud has never been repealed. Tbo United States olroult Cqurt on March3lst, rondered the following deci sions. Ist—That the Commonwealth Distri bution Company Is legal. 2d—lts drawings are fair. The Company has now ou hand a large reserve fund. Read tbe list ol prices for the AUGUST DRAWING. 1 Prize ISO.OUO 1 Prize „ 10,000 1 Pinto, 6,000 10 Prizes, (1000 eaab 10,000 30 Prizes, 1500 eaoh. 10,000 100 Prizes, 8100 eaoh 10.000 200 Prices, 160 each _ 10,000 (jOO Prizes, $20 each - 13,000 1000 Prizes, }10 eaoh 10,000 ■> Prizes, $300 each, Approxima tion prizes I/.700 I Prizes,B2oo each, Approxima tion prizes ■ l ,nou 9 Prizes,lloo each, Approxima tion prizes 900 WOO Prizes Ji11,400 Whole Tloaew, 82. Uali Tloaets, tl. il rickets, $50. t>> Tickets, iiuo, Rwmlt Money or Ban*. Draft In Letter or send by Ex press. Don't send by reg istered letter or Postoffloe order. Orders of 85 and upward, by Express, eau be cent at oar expense. Address all order '° R. M. BOARDMAN. Courier Journal bonding, Lonuj vllle, Ky. or T. J. OOMMERFOBD, SO» Broadway. New Tork. iMM I.INEH OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. GOOD A LI.. PERKINS A CO., UEN ERAL AGENTS. SAN FRANCISCO. San Francisco and Los Angeles. SCHEDULE FOB AUGUST. Coming South Going North I ft gl a 21 K'£ ?» <Sn> g | I Pa S 5 o5 Orliaba.... Aug 1 Aug 3 Aug 5 Aug 7 Ancon •' 6 " 8 " 10 '• 12 Orizaba... •' II " 18 " 16 " 17 Ancon " 16 '• 18 " 2U "IB Orliaba,... " 21 " 23 " 26 •' U7 Anc0n...... " 20 " 28 " 30 Sept I Orliaba... " 31 Sept 2 Sept 4 " 6 Anoon Sept 5 " 7 " 9 " 11 Both steamcblps ealt at Fort Harford (BanLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara. Tbe Company reserves the right ' o obange the steamers or their days ot sailing. CIMN* OF HOUR. anrPassengers tor San Franolsoo take tbe train tor Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at 10:90 o'clock A. M., Lo. Angeles time. Los Angeles and San Diego THE ttllSlM Orizaba and Anoon. Leave San Pedro for Ban Diego August 3. 8, 13,18,23,21, and Sept. 2 and 7. Passengers take tbe train that leaves Los Angeles for Wilmington at 8.45 p. ft., Los Angeles time. Rates of Fare from Lot Angelei. Cabin. Steerage. To Sau Franolaoo.„ (16 00 810 00 To Port Harford 12 00 0 00 To Santa Barbara 8 00 8 00 To San Olego „... g 00 8 00 PIaDS of steamers'cabins at agent's office, where bertbs may be secured FOB WAY PORTS. The steamer Los Angeles leaves San Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San Franolsoo every Friday, oalllng at way ports. The steamer Newport, Plummer com mander, runs between Han Francisco and Newport Landing, oalllng at Santa Cruz, San Buenaventura,Hueneme, San Pedro, and Anaheim' .Landing, for combustibles, way freight and passen gers, leaving Han Francisco about every ten days, as tides serve on the Newport bar. ror Passage or Freight as above, ur for tickets to and from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H.MOLELLAN, Agent, Offloe, No. HCJ Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Los AngeLs. SS. P■ R. R . COMMENCING! Sunday, Uay Ist, 1881, And uiatll further notice. TRAINS Will leave LOS ANUBI.ES aa follows; B.nfl a, M.-DAILY-S.F. Allan tloEx ■UU press for Yuma (Colorado River steamers), Maricopa (Presoott), Caaa Grande, (Florence), luoson, Benson, (Tombstone), Demlng, N. M. (for A. T. and S. F. R. R.) and Rogers cor El Paio). 8./ C A. M.—DAILY— San Francisco .«*D Through Freight and Third ctaae Accommodation train. Q .Ofl A. M.—DAILY—Via L. A. A I. 3.0il R. R.—Local Passenger train u> sauta Monica. W.QE A M.—DAILY—LooaI passenger •OV train to Wilmington. 2 .Oft P M.—DAlLY—Except Sunday— a OU Local passenger train to Colton. 3 .00 ''■ M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger ,OU tralu to Wilmington. 4.CnP. M.—DAILY—LooaI Paasenger •wU train to Anaheim and Santa Ana (Han Diego.) 5-nfl P. M-SUNDAYS EXCEPTED— ■UU via L. A. AI.R. R. Local, Paa senger Train to Santa Monica. (On Sun day uua train will leave at 6:50 P. M.) C.IL? P. M —DAlLY—Express tor Sau 0-10 Francisqo, connecting at Latbrop with trains ol the Central Pacific Kail road lor tho East. 7./ C «*• M.—DAILY—S. P. Emlgraut ■ ■til Train for Yuma, Tucson and Denuug (A. T. A S. F. It. It.) A. N. TOWNE, General superintendent, T. H. UOODMAN, General Paaaenger and Ticket Ag't. E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent, Loa Angelea. HbEE RANCHWSALEr SITUATED EIGHT MI LEW FROM LOS ANQELEH, With two dwelling houses, barn, chick* on-housesand honey house; plenty ot eood mountain water brougtit to the houses In pipes; a large Btockot Italian bees, In the most Improved style ol hives, together with all the appurte nances necessary lor the use und opera tion of tbe bee business. Kir further particulars inquire at H Main street, or address P. O. box 066, Los Angeles, Gal Jaiatf Capitol Bakery ——AMD CONFECTIONE RY, SPRING ST., below tbe Postoffloe. aarWBDDING CAKES AND FANCY CAKES of all style* always on hand. aw ATTRACTIVE NOVKLTIKB for th* Holiday,, aire me a oall. tfMxa H. SCHUMACHJtM NO. 155 BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS BANK Of Los Aug-eIM. CA-ITAL. 300,009 OO Reserve Fund, 100,000 00 ISAIAS W. HELLMAN Pnaldaa. BOARD OF DIBBOTOM. 0. W. CBJLDB, CE. ri L. C. Ooodwib, A. OilSaLiL PHIL. GAINIEB, DOU. AmSSb* 10.1 MUOUB, b Exobang. Air ml* an NEW YORK, LONDON, DU* LIN, KRANKFOBT, PARIS, and BERLIN. 1 Receive Deposits ud Issue The* Certiflcttes. B«ir and (Sal '>^.. LEGAL TENDERS, GO WW MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANC 1 MAIM STREET Lo#, Angela* „ o« Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000 J. S. SLAUSON ...ftMiM h-. s l. Vto riSS UIKKUTOHS. J. S. MLADBOK, A. W. BOWKAB J. Bixby, k m PmtOo, Buy and aeli exonaage on Son *— in n T banking and •xobani* builnoi. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF- loh a rvramgr.yjayi PBBBIDBHT J, B, BOUSWaBOK oashiuk B< = araaoa oaStf SOCIETY NOTICES! Waeonio Notloe. v. » "£.'■ M - Member.of PSnlttU. Pba. No. null, and all Ma.torMamß.to good standing are cordially invited. By order of tbe W> M:- Chas. Skitm, Seeretarr. ® Knights ot Pythlu. Downey Block. All eolournln. g«ST. in good standing ara lord tally In vited. Lot angelei Chapter No. SS. R: • »:• SI:- -v t Stated couveoaUona on SS MONDAY of eaoh month. Wf. m. at Maaonlo Hal£ Sojourning so m pan lons tat good standing oordially law vited. By order of A. W. KDELMAN, H. X>. BAM. PKAOXK, Secretary. IGHTB TEMPLAR Hold, Its stated concave, at tne An lum lv Masonic Uall, on the TBIM THURSDAY ol each month, at 7* o'olovak p. ti. Sojourning Knight, Templar a good standing are oordially Invited to •> tend. By order of the Bs*- U J. O. Littlbfibld. Recorder. " Us angelei Council No. 11. Ratal east Most Mattara, F. * a/S~ Hold, lta stated aasembllee 6% tha elk Monday of each munib at Matonic HaE. at 7;30 p. at. Sojourning OompanlonaE Kood standlng~*e fralernallyniTvSd to attend. By order of tha Thiff R. G. CUNNINGHAM. Beeorder g !...« Anaele* UaceSa. SO,l.** week at 714 o'clock. (to> lournlag brethren tv a*a*w standing ara oordlailyjuvtted. A. FxAHX, R. S. EAGLE CORPS, N. 6. C Regular meeting* at armory. Union Halt, every Friday evening; at I o'clock. W. H. H. RUSSELL. Captain Commanding. C. A. Kktlkr, First Sergeant. Jent-tf Confidence Engirt* Comptsny Nt. t, s REGULAR MMIIIWffMt jfJBJBJB mng or eaoh inonU/M tjl Evergreen Laoßdir. WASHINCi Called for and d*lrr*»d toaayaaart of th* elty, by J J. PWmiw, Aisuw 8 . .