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VOL. XV.
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■ .IOHUPH D. LYNCH.
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'»' TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD:
1 Per annum, by mail orexpress $W
'.! Six months " " 9
- Three months " " 1
- Delivered by camera, per week as oenu
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; LOSANfiELES WEEKLY HERALD
republished every Saturday morning.
TERMS.
WOneyear.by mall orexpre«e,onecopy..aßUo
■fsix months, •• " " ~'" ,AS
, (Three 00
I Advertisements Inserted at reaaonable
, rates.
f All KlHda ol Job-work aou» to
Coin pete with tea t'ranelaoo In
'.. PrleeJStyle, »nd Kletranee of Work.
■ omneblw.
Late Telegrams.
Til* D«moer»iif< Hreneu Heated.
San Francisco, August 12.—1u
consequence of the quarrel between
tbe Yosemlte and Manhattan wings
of tbe city Democracy, the State
Central Committee on Wednesday
night ordered both Conventions to
adjourn. They partially complied.
To-day the State Central and Coun
ty Committees met aud passed a
resolution to meet again to-morrow
(or the purpose of appointing a new
nominating convention, from
which all members of the State and
Coauty Committees aud of both
tbe present Conventions are to lie
excluded. This resolution was sent
Into the Yosemite and Manhattan
Conventions, which met last even
ing, and by both It was promptly
tabled. Tbe Yossmites then sent
a compromise proposition to tbe
Manhattans, offering to give tbem
half tbe members of a new conven
tion, but recognizing the bargain
of the Yoßemites with the Work
ingmen, viz: to give tbe latter the
nominations of Sheriff, Auditor,
Tax-Colleotor, two Supervisors and
two School Directors. This propo
sition was accepted by a largo ma
jority. In view of tliiH compro
mise it is expected that the move
meat of the State and County Com
mittees will come to grief.
Mac power au luerenee (lis An..."
■nent,
San Francisco, August 12.—
Judge Hayne of the Superior Court
to-day decided thai tbe Board of
Supervisors, sitting as a Board of
Equalization, was justified in in
creasing the assessment on the
fraucblseof. the Water Compauy
from $5,000 to $5,000,000:
As Orsnalsalteii »f -iri* »m.«,>s id
M»n Vranfllnflii.
San Francisco, Aug. 12.—Ari
zoulann at present in tbe city met
to-uight at the Palace Hotel and
formed an organization for the
convenience of Arizouians visiting
the oity, including a system for reg
istration and fur diffusing infor
mation regarding Arizona matters.
Ni,n Frssolffla 9flNrti«lff.
San FRANCisco.Aug. ll.—Wheat
active, rising; No. 1, $1.55®
$1,671; No. 2, [email protected] f . Bar
ley, feed higher ami in good de
mand at 97Jc©51.021. Potatoes,
higher; [email protected] Freights,
firm.
Froui il.e o»iuali*«k
Virginia City, Aug. 13 — Three
holes have beeu drilled into the
water channel from the face of the
drift on the 2700-foot level of
Union Consolidated and furnished
with pipes fitted with cooks These
furnish all tbe water the tumps
can baudle, but a fourth hole has
been started, us the flow of water
will decrease as the preasureditnin
isbes. A drift bas been started east
from the 2900-foot level of Opbir.
The Mexican winze formation lies
so flat that it was thought it would
be as good luck for it to go east as
west. Both sections of the bydrau
lio pump were yesterday still in
operation aud tbe speed bas grad
ually been brought up to four
strokes, all running well aud
■mootbly.
Tne Freslilent-'M Condition 1.*.,
■■■lit.
Executive Mansion, Aug 13,
8:30 A. M.—The President did not
sleep as well as Usual during the
early part of last nigbt. After mid
night, however, his sleep was re
freshing aud only broken at long
Intervals. This morning he has a
little fever, nevertheless he ex
presses himself as feeling better
tban for several days past. Pulse,
104; temperature, 100.8°; respira
tion, 19.
D. W. Bliss, and others.
To-day's Beporl fru.i. tne rrreldeul,
Executive Mansion, Aug. 13—
2:80 F. M.— The President has been
obeerful and easy during the morn
ing, and bis temperature has fall
en a little more than one and a
half degrees since the morning
bulletin was Issued, The wound is
discharging healthy pus; pulse,
102; temperature, 99 2°; respira
tion, 18. Signed: D. VV. Bliss.
A NOHflnl Keiiort
Executive Mansion, Aug. 13—
2:30 P. M.—Many alarming rumors
have been circulated during the
day regarding the President's con
dition, some of which Indicated
that it was almost impossible for
him to live more than a day or two
longer. From Information ob
tained, however, there appears to
be no cause for alarm. The fever
Indicated by the morning bulletin
baa been gradually subsiding, and
the patient at this hour is very
comfortable. Private Secretary
Brown says that tbe President is
decidedly better at tbe present time
than he bas been during tbe
past 48 boura and tbat the
fever apparently oontinues to
decrease. Tbe day is extremely
oppressive, but the President's
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
apartments are kept comfortable.
Temperature about 80°. Gen.
Swain has just Baid that the Pres
ident is better now than he was at
the same time yesterday. Hie
pulße is now below 10U and tem
perature about 99".
I'ti11»» Kntlvrny Aeeiilent.
OODEN.SBURG, N. V., Aug. 13.—
An accident occuried ou the Grand
Trunk Railway this morning
which resulted in tbe death of the
engineer and tbe serious wounding
of a fireman, baggage master, two
express messengers ana various in
juries to a number of passengers.
Tbe train was tbe 10 P. m. express
from Montreal to Toronto, uud con
sisted of six Pullman sleepers Hnd
baggage care. The oars were tilled
with reluming excursionists from
Montreal, who were nearly all
asleep. After leaving Prescott,
while at full speed, an obstruction
was encouptered aud the locomo
tive jumped the track, carrying
the tender, baggage car, mail, ex
press, smoking and two passenger
cars with It.
Kuebe*ler Ri»e...
Rochester, N. V., Aug. 13.—1n
the 2:20 race Hanta Glaus came near
being distanced. He broke twice
and would uot trot at all. Before
(lie fourth heat Hopeful aud Sauta
Claus were drawn, their trainer
thumping the latter stiff aud sore.
Iv tbe pools Sauta Claus brought
forty, Midoinght ten and the field
oue hundred. Hickuk drove Mid
night.
r.nr . k Mini, "tenon nr i.mm
■> ia ■
St. Louis, Aug, 13.—The Atlan
tic Flouring MiiN, George Bain
owner, was struck by lightning
last evening and were a mass of
flames almost instantly. Several
meu were blown out of the doors
aud windows, receiving, perhaps,
fatal injuries. It is feared mat sev
eral perished in the flames.
The BewrvHiuia.iliio <il tli«* ArmntK'
hiki M.i.il.' un etite s » .
Chicago, Aug. 13.—From a
trustworthy source the Times de
rives some fresh aud Interesting in
telligence relative to the reorgani
zation of tbe exeautive manage
ment of the Atlantic aud Pacific
Railroad. The probability is that the
financial alliance between that cor
poration huil tbe Texas and Pacific
Interest, and extensive enterprises
now under prosecution by lite
A tenia hi, Topeka aud Santa Ke
were consummated by the re-elec
tion Just held. The Atlantic aud
Pacific Directory is now composed
of H. C. Nuit (newly elected), Pres
ident; E. F Wiustnw, President St.
Louts and San FrMlOltOa) W. B.
Strong, President Atchison, I'opeks
aud Santa Ke; T. Jefferson Cool
iilge, Dirtotor Atchison, Topeka
and Santa K6; Jesse Soligman, Di
rector St. Louis aud Sau Francisco.
The Board as reorganized embraces
the strongest executive heads iv
the managements of the threo ciif-
ferent roads. 8. 8 Tuckeman
is made Secretary ami Treas
ureraudß- VV. Cummins Passenger
Agent. Ihe Atlantic and Pacific
Kailroud is to lie energetically ex
tended across Arizona to San Fran
cisco. Nuit will leave Boston next
week lor a trip over the complete
line anil upon returning to Albu
querque, he will proceed direct lo
California to start the work of con
struction eastward from Bau Fran
cisco. The road is now in opera
tion for 280 miles westward from
Albuqueique, and its completion to
San Fraucisoo—9oo miles—is an
assured fact within two years. The
money is in the treasury for its
extension lo the Needles ou the
Colorado river. The Texas and
Pacific Company expects that the
litigation now pending will result
lv Its being placed In possession of
the Southern Pacific Bill way from
Yuma lo El Paso. In such
event It would be sure of au outlet
to the western coast, or, iv the
event of a compromise, the Texas-
Paulfie out! Southern Puoifio Com
panies would probably joiutly oc
cupy the tatter's constructed track
to Yuma. However that may re
sult, it is not improbable, though
not yet finally determined nn, that
the Texas and Paoiflc would unite
with the Atlantic and Pacific iv
extending the latter from the
Needles to San Francisco. The
Atlantic and Pacific is able unaid
ed to complete tbe line to the
Needles, aud will perform that
construction with all possible die.
patch, but from that point to Sau
Francisco five hundred miles of
road will probably be built under
joint ownership. In that event the
Texas and Pacific would use the
route of the Atchison, Tnpoka
and Santa F6 from El Paso to Al
buquerque—2so miles—aud the At
lantic aud Pacific by joint occupa
tion from Albuqueique (o the
Needles, where Its joint ownership
would begiu.
Hans for Bane.
BIRMINGHAMPTON, Aug. 13.—
Geo. Grifflu, colored, was banged
for rape upon Mrs. Begars. A
large crowd collected outside the
jail yard, but the hanging was pri
vate. Griffin 's neok was brokeu.
His contortions were fearful to wit
ness.
Tne ItidlNU . ..it, ...
Denver, Col., Aug. 13th.—The
Republican's McCarthy, New Mex
ico, special says that couriers have
just arrived from Lasouoyer rauch,
forty miles Irom here, with intelli
gence tbat Lieut. Guilfoyle arrived
there last night. They fouud two
men dead and their women carried
off captives. Guilfoyle had two
fights with lbs fuditiiis very re
cently, and has ca|itured considera
ble etoeUj besides routing litem.
Tbe troops iv the Held have been
traveling night aud day and are
very much fatigued. Fraucisco
Dorau, of Cambera, Is here with a
large party of Mexicans, but with
out arms, and asks tbe Government
to furnish arms and ammunition
tbat tbey may at once commence
operations against tbe Indians. The
hoatiles are between Lasouoyer
and tbe Datll mountain. Troops
are being sent from Monica and
and Auera to Intercept them, and
it le thought tbey will succeed.
LOS ANGELES. SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 14. 1881
A flltt-ll I.l<||| .r 1...■■■„.,.■ NnStMlUrd
... N.bru.lif..
Omaha, Aug. 13.—The Supreme
Court at Lincoln to-day rendered a
decision that tbe high license
liquor law is constitutional In
every particular. It compels sa
loon keepers to pay a thousand
dollars license and give bonds in
the sum of $5,000 iv cities of over
ten thousand people, aud iv cities
under five thousund the license is
five hundred dollars.
Horrtbl.- Out. mgjg '.»«! mnr.ler.
Montreal, Aug. 13.—A report
reached here last, night that a
dreadful outrage and murder had
beeu perpetra.ed across the line iv
Altooua county, New York, by six
men, who outraged three youug
girls and then hanged them. Two
of the victims are said lo he dead
aud thethlrd justalive. The scene of
the outrage was opposite Huckle
berry Rock, this province.
The California. Southern Change of
Route.
[Santj Barbara Press.)
We learn from what wo consider
reliable authority that the route of
tbe California Southern will be
turned from the Cajon Pass and
will run as follows: Leaving the
Ca|on Pass route at Teintcula,
thence following the Temecula
creek and the line of the old emi
grant road near what is known as
the Marcy survey to the Cblno
Ranch, thence by the way of the
Monte to the south [north?] side
of the Los Augeles hill; thence by
tile old l'amino Royal through the
Cahuenga Pass ami Las Virgenes
Pass, following the old Couejo stage
road, through the Trlumfo, tbe
Conejo and Calleguas to ajuuetion
with the Atlantic and Pacific near
Saticoy. This route, varying but
little from that laid down in yes
terday's Press, is said to avoid the
S*nta Susanna tunnel. Tbe length
of both routes is about the same.
The character of the country is
equally good aud both will be a
vast improvement over the Cajou
route.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PRESCRIBED BY Z7 PHYSICIANS.
LAXATIVE:
Prapared fromH.'u V J tropical
fruit* \(y * od pi*ot**
A Delicious
and Re
freshing Fruit
Lozenge,
Which. Serves
the Purpose
of Pills and
Disagree
able Purgative
Medicines.
TEOPIC-FRUIT LAXA
TIVE is the best preparation in the
world for Constipation, Biliousness,
Headache, Piles mid all kindred Com
plaints. It acts gently, effectively, and
is delicious to take. Cleansing the sys
tem thoroughly, it imparts vigor to
mind and body, and dispels Melancholy,
Hypochondria, etc. One trial convinces.
Packed in bronzed tin boxes only.
Price 25 and 60 Cts. Sold by all Druggists.
_ STOMACH _ — gf^
*ITTER S
Malaria is an Unseen Vaporous
Poison, spreadingdisease and death in
many localities, ror which quinine is no
genuine antidote, but for the efleets of
which Hestettor's stomach Bitters U not
only a thorougli remedy, hut a reliable
preventive. To this fact there Is an
overwhelming array of testimony, ex
tending over a period ol thirty years.
All disorders of the II ver, stomach and
bowels are also conquered by tho Bit*
ters.
IP Pur siil* by all Druggists ami Deal
ers generally.
HAIR GOODS.
MILS. K. SMITfi, having been with
Mr. and Mrs. v. A. Williams, will con
tinue business at their old place. Mrs.
Smith in prepared to do all kinds of hair
work In tne best and latest styles. Ke
member tho place, NO. 4H BPIUNG ST.
m2B-lf
POISON OAK.
MOORE'S
A SURE CURE.
It kills pain, Itching and Inflammation
at once. TRY IT. For sale by all drug,
gists. Price, as cts. a box. my6-'Bm-ls
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TV TTTC& •■WING
JL-JJFX. V J-SUMACH IN ES
BEST i;V THIS WOK
PERMANENT BRANCH, 148 MAIN BT.
o ,„ r JOIITV BURNS,
LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY
CHEESEBROUGH * DREYER, PROPRIETORS.
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS,
MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY,
AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES & SNUFF
At No. 39 Spring St., opposite Court House. ,
MISCELLANEOUS.
D. DESMOND,
NOW READY, THE
New Fall Style Dress Hats
B TIT^ I F^ 6 H < A n T's. eliaPB " m SOFT
THOMAS FARRALL,
Lata of San Francisco, has opened a
firs t-ol ass
Merchant Tailoring
, KSTABLIHHMKNT,
AT 137 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles
He Is a oractloal tailor and cutter ot 16
years years experience. He has cut lv
he best nouses East and lv Sau Francls
o. His terms are yery reusouable.
asy-Call aud see him. aolstl
NEW YORK BREWERY
LAUTH & STECKER
10 Chris. Henne) Proprietois
Tot OEifCA KIO.ST, PURRBT and MOM
BRILLIANT LAGER BEKK Houth nf
Ban Franolseo.
Orders .or DRAUGHT or BOTTLKB
Bi-.KK promptly attenu'ed to.
The celebrated Beer from (.Ota Brewery
d<sfleHcomi>eUtlnu in fcheftiato, Btrv-tf
PHILADELPHIA
BREWERY !
i>. UAHLBTBOT. Proprietor.
The purest and most delicious LAUKR
BEER manufactured lv Southern Cali
fornia. Orders tor Draught or Bottled
Boer llHod ou short notice.
OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. Jeltj
PONY SALOON,
NO. 130 MAIN HTKKET.
Carl 11. jF. Suliwenuj
[Better known as Don Carlos,]
•fsrWINES, LIQUORS, ALE, BEER
AND CIGARS ol tho best quality to be
fouun In the market always on haud,
A cordial luvltatlou Is extended (o his
Did frleuds aud the publlo to give htm a
■all,
HBT Bagatelle Table for Pantime.
n26tr
J. G. DeTurk,
FEED AND LIVERY STABLES,
Near corner of First aud Fort streets.
(WBuggles, spring wagons aud saddle
horses to hire.
Double team and buggy,a day 83.00
Two horses and r-pring wagon, a day. 2.60
Horse and bugg} , per day 2.60
Hall a day „ 1.60
••-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
s22tf
Christy & Wise,
AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS
And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for
the sale of Wool, Hides. Tallow.
Grain, Live Stock, etc.
Also, Wool Bags, Twine, Pips and all
Ranch Supplies furnished customers at
lowest rates.
B<>7 FRONT ST., between Jackson and
Pacific, SAN FRANCISCO.
LOS ANGELES OFFICE,
fsl-lm 1 ARCADIA BLOCK.
nsroTiaiE
To Grain Shippers.
All grain arriving here by rail or teams
consigned to the undersigned for ship
ment will be stored FREE FOR FIVE
DAYS.
All grain remalulug iv my possession
or a longer tlmo will be charged for a
the ralo of 70 (tents per ton, besides
lighterage.
PHI NEAR BANNING*
WN raington, Jan* Ittl, d7tf
OPENING 9F THE
Occidental Restaurant,
No. 116 Main St., Cardona Block.
The table will be furnished with the
best that can be procured In the market.
Regular meals, 26 cts.
Mr ICE-CREAM SALOON connected
with tbe restaurant. i
my4-lm CH AS. WENZEL, Prop'r.
LAWYERS. •
HENRY Mi SMITH. T. B. BROWN,
A. W. HUTTON. List, Atty.
• SMITH, BKOWN& HUTTON
Attorueya at Law.
Otnce-ROOMS Nos. 91 aud 93, TKM
PLE BLOCK. mar 11-tf
J. Urousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. 56 AND Br, BAKER BLOCK.
mh3tf
K. M. JttITCHKLL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
OffiVe-HOOMS 76 AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOCK. mhiftr
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVEN.
Graves Si Chapman,
Attorneys Jte Counsel.
loi-m at Ln w,
Koora No. 6, Baiter Block. fell^
J. G. EASTMAN, A< J. KING,
S. H ALEY, JOHN HOBARTS.
Eastman, Haley, King A
Itobarts.
Attorneys at Lnw.
OFFICE—Nos. 8, 4,5 and 6. BTRELITZ
bLoCK, Sprtug street, Los Angeles.
Will practice lv tho Supreme and all
State Courts. Particular attention paid
lo laud anil mining cases. 01-lru
8. C. HUBBELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms and 1
Ducommun s Block, corner Ma.o A
Commercial streets, Los ' - -eles. may7-!t
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUOSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCER!,
Booms 13 and 14, McDonald Block,
Malnßt., LO6 AN«E 1 ,ES,Oal,
soptstftr
PHINEAS BANNING,
rORWARDING AND COMMISSIO
WILMINGTON, LOi Anu-eiescounty,Oat
Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber
suhl and grain stored, with
ACCUSTOMED I'UOMPTNKfts.
oo7tt
H. NEWMARK & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers.
Dealer In Wool, Grain, Hides.
11, 18 &15 LOS ANIiELBS T.
:iostf
C. E. BROWN. W. K. MORFORD.
MORFORD & BROWN.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, VINE
YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES
FOJK HALI''.,
A 1.80,
Commission Merchants.
Dealers In Wool, Grain aud Live Slock
Corner Spring and Temple Streets,
au3-3m Los Aimeles, Cal.
fttAYFIFLD
Water Elevaior and Puriier.
(A. Pump nint A 3 ui-t
Combinedi)
PATENTED SEPTEMBER 26, 191*,
HiE MAY FIELD WATER XL*
EVAJOR, will make the Poulttt
Well or Cißtern SWEET, PURh ,
AND WHOLESOAf/j, in ten <la>'!>
or leas time
It elevates water easier than any other
devise. It never freezes. It never corroded.
It bug uo wooden tubes to taint the water.
It tills tut) bucket at the bottom of tli» well
or cistern. It agitates tho water by patt*
ing six gallons of air through it per minute.
Itralucod Wiglers, Water Lioe aud Wator
Bug| to their proper olemeutn. It will
save its price once every year in dispensing
with tbe use of nauseous drugs taken into
the system to remove the effect of impure
water,by rendering tbe water pare, sweet
and wholesome.
A child eight years old oau, with ease,
draw water sufficient for the use of a large
amily out of a fifty-toot well. For further
lv formation, address
BROWNING, POPE A CO.
PHYSICIANB.
Dr. C. C. Barton,
PII3 KiciiiuiiiKlNur^iMtii
OFFICE—MABCAREL BLOCK.
Office Hours—B to 10 ▲. K.I 2104 p. M.
Residence—9l Baker Block. May be
round at residence after 7 c. M. as-3ua
K. D. Wise, M.D.,1 H. B. Lathbop.H.D.,
Kesldence: Residence: Hum.
283 Main street. | mond House, Main it,
Drs. Wise & Lathrop,
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS.
Offices—CAßDON A BLOCK, Main St.,
Rooms Nos. 2, 3 and i.
Office hours from 8 A. H. to 5 p.m. and
from 7 to 9 P. H. Jy3l
T. C. KIGER, M. D.,
HOMCEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
(Graduated at the Cleveland Homos
pathic College In 1857.)
Office and residence on Charity street,
between Filth and Hlxtb.
All diseases skillfully treated. Can
cers removed wlthoui tne kulfe In two
weeks. Corns removed without pain In
lea minutes. The worst cases of char
ing of children relieved in five minutes
aud cured In two days. Jy27tf
Dr. J. S. ttriffln,
UP-STAIRS CITY OP PARIS BUILD
INU, SPRINU STREET.
Office hours-'J to 11 A. al., Ito 8 and 7to
8 P. M.
•STKesidenoe—F.AßT SIDE OF MAIN
STREET, BELOW" FIRST. jy6lf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to Rooms 23, 27
and 30 Baker Block.
•7"Eye and ear diseases treated with
the caro of a specialist. ap22
Dr. N. P. RICHARDBON,
Phjisioian And furfroou
Office and Residence, Fort Hill, Buena
Visia street.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
MASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS.
Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Mam street.
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.: from
1 to 4 P. M. ap2o-tf
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Streets
OKA I.KUB IN
DOORti, WINDOWS,
BUNDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT RtDUCEO PRICES
- it-
Petty, Woodworth * Co.'s
5-,triVIBE» YARDS
-Aim -
PLANING MILLS,
No. 10 tVMwmewlal *tre««, ae»T
Knllroa.-, I»«u.«. mriU-tr-
H. BLOTTERSECK
77 Main Street.
Guns, Pistols, Rifles,
Ammunition, Cutlery,
AND
MPOIITING GOODS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Also a flue SHOOTINO GALLERY.
It B PAIHING
OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY,
■tttf
«^3sth*«r
Popular Monthly ltrawlus of tbe
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
TN THK CITY OF LOUISVILLE,
On Wednesday Am; :ti,lHNl.
These drawings, occur monthly (Sun
days excepted), under provisions of an
Act of the General Assembly of Ken
tucky.
The United States Circuit Court oil
March 31st, rendered the following deci
sions.
Ist—That the Commonwealth Dlstri
bullou Company is legal.
2d—lts drawings, are fair.
The Company has now ou haud
a large reserve fund. Head the listot
prizes for tho
AUGUST DRAWING.
1 Prise fHO.OOO
1 Prise 10,000
1 Prise 6,000
10 Prices, $1000 oach 10,000
30 Prizes, $bUu eaoh Ii),uo0
100 Prises, 9100 each „„ „ 10,000
200 prizes, $50 each 10,000
(tOO Prises, $20 each „ 12,0t0
1000 Prizes, 810 each 10,000
'i Prizes, $300 each, Approxtnia.
i ion prises 2,700
9 Prizes, $200 each, Approxlma
tlou prises 1,800
i h Prises, $100 each, Approxima
tion prizes 900
1960 Prises .$112,400
Whole Tickets, $2. Hajf Tloftets, $1.
27 Tickets, $50. 53 Tickets, $100.
Remit Money orßauk Draft in Letter
or send by Express, Don't send hy re-*
islered letter or Postofflce order. Orders
of $5 and upward, by Express, can be
sent at our expense. Address alt order
to
R. M. BOARDMAN.
Courier-Journal building, Ky.
orR. M. BOARDMAN, SOS Broadway.
New York. n3-d&w
To Parents and Guardians
ENGLISH AND FRENCH
PBIMAKY SCHOOL,
Conducted by MADAME ROBINSON,
nee de Grave, HILL ST., opposite
Church Lane, between Third and
Fourth streets.
This institution will be opened on the
first, of September, and will be devoted
to the Instruction of young children in
French and English.. a 7
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
UOOIJAI.I,, PERKINS A CO., GEN
ERAL AUK NTH.
SAN FRANCISCO.
San Francisco and Los
Angeles.
SCHEDULE FOR AUGUST.
Coming South Going North
3S H,q <g$ 33
BTXAKXH* 2.® £5 5* a*
li ? f 11
Pb a 5 OB
Orizaba.... Aug ] Aug 3 Aug S Aug 7
Ancon..... '• 6 " 8 » 10 '■ 12
Orizaba.... •' II " 13 '■ 16 " 1"
Ancon •' 16 " 18 " 20 '• 22
Orizaba.... " 21 " 23 " 25 " Iff
Ancon " 26 '■ 28 " 30 Sept 1
Orizaba... •• 31 Sept 2 Bept 4 •' 6
Ancon Sept 6 7 " 8 " 11
Both steamships call at Port Harford
(SanLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara.
The Company reserve! the right ' o
change the steamers or their days of
sailing.
CHANGE OP HOUR.
aajrPasseogers for San Franolseo take
the train for Wilmington that leaves
Loa Angeles at 10:90 o'clock A. M., Los
Angeles time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
THE STKAMKRb
Orizaba and Ancon.
Leave San Pedro for Ban Diego August 8.
8, 13,18,23,28, and Sept. 2 and 7.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 3,45 p. sr.,
Los Angeles time.
Rates ol Fare from Los Angeles.
Cabin. Steerage.
To Han r ranolsco 915 00 BHi 00
To Port Harford 12 00 9 00
To Santa Barbara 8 00 8 00
To Han Diego 8 00 0 0U
Plans of steamers' oabtns at agent's office,
where berths may be secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Los Angeles leaves San
Buenaventura aud Santa Barbara for Sau
Francisco every Friday, calling at way
ports.
The steamer Newport, Plummer com
mander, runs between san Franolaoo
and Newport Landing, oalllug at Santa
Cruz, San Buenaventura, Hueneme, Sau
Pedro, and Anaheim Landing, for
combustibles, way freight and passen
gers, leaving Sau Francisco about every
teu days, us tides serve ou the Newport
bar.
For Passage or Freight as above, or
for tickets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Apply to
H. MoLELLAN,
Agent, Offico, No. 66} Main
street, over the Commercial Bank,
Loa Angel 8.
Sa F* • Ra R .
COMMENCING
Sunday, May Ist, 1881,
And until further notice,
TRAINS
WlllleaveLOS ANGELES as follows:
B,nf) A. M.— DAI I.V-S.F. Atlantic Ei
.UU press for Yuma (Colorado River
steamers). Maricopa (Presoott), Casa
Grande, (Florence;, lucson, Benson,
(Tombstone). Deming, N. M. (for A. T.
uud 8. F. R. R.) and Rogers (lorEl Paso).
8. /.C A. M.—DAILY— San Franolseo
,H0 Through Freight and Third
class Aooommodation tratn.
9 .nil A. M.—DAILY—Via L. A, A L
•OU R- X.-Local Passenger train
to Santa Monloa.
Ifl ,l s!R A M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger
IU.OJ train to Wilmington.
2-9(1 p - M.—DAlLY —Except Sunday—
.OU Local passenger train toColton.
3 .0il P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger
.OU train to Wilmington.
4 .Efl P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger
.OU train to Anaheim and Santa Ana
(Sau Diego.)
R.nn P. M—SUNDAYS EXCEPTED—
«* -MM via L. A. AI.R. R. Local, Pas
senger Train to Santa Monica. (On Sun
day tbis train will leave at 5:50 P. M.)
C ,|C P. M —DAlLY—Express for San
0■ 10 Francisco, counectlus; at Lathrop
with trnlns ol tbe Central PaolSo Rail
road lor the East.
7./ C p - M.-DAILY-8. P. Emigrant
.(|9 Train for Yuma. Tucson and
Dewing (A. T. 4S. F. R. R.) „
A. N. TOWNE,
General Superintendent.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Ticket Ag't.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent., Los Angeles.
BEE RANCH FOR SALE,
SITUATED KIGHT MILKS FROM
LOS ANGEL ICS.
Witb two dwelling houses, barn, chick
mi-houses and honey bouse; plenty ot
good mouutaln water brought to the
houses In pipes; a large stock or Italian
bees, In the most improved style of
hives, together with all the appurte
nances necessary for tbe use and opera
tion ot the bee business. hor further
particulars inquire at 28 Main street, or
address P. O. box 966, Loa Augeles, Cal
• jamr
Capitol Bakery
AND
oorx F ec x i one ry,
SPRING 8T„ below the Postofflce.
•arWEDDING CUKES AND FANCY
CAKES of all style, always on hand.
■•-ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIEB for
the Holidays. Give me a oall.
dT-lm ,H. SCHUMACHER
NO. 161
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS
BANK
Of Loa Angelas.
CAPITAL 200,000 OO
Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO
JBAIAS W. HELLMAN.. rrHI
BOARD OF DIKSOTOM. ,]
laAJAS W. H«t.i.».. Jon H 1
L. C. GOODWIK, A. UtAasilJ,
PHIL. GAIXIMR, AVU^OT
Jos« MASOAkXX.
Exchange for sale v. fc
NEW YORK. LONDON, DUS
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
and BERLIN.
Receive Deposits and Iss Then
Certificates.
Bur and Hal
'v. _
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN"II
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
LOS AN6ELES COUNTY BANE. 1
MAIN STREET
Log Angeles w Oa
Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000
J. 8. SLAUSON President
DIRECTORS.
ii 8 : Blausow, A. W. Bowk a >
I Bmr"' Kobxkt 8. Bam.
R. M. WiDKarr.
Buy and sell exchange on Ban Pranelaeo.
FrZISoS' lMndm '*"*• 8,r,1 » a
B * 0 »' Te money on open aooonnt
tlncate of Deposit, and do a mneval I
banking and exchange business,. 8 I
PIRST j
NATIONAL BANK j
OiT LOS ANGELES J
PSESIDBNT J. B. HOLLBJTBBOI 1
OABHIEB E. p. BFBIOB I
Q26lf ' ■
SOCIETY NOTICES. I
Masonic Notice. 4
fIrstMONDAY of each montfl ■> I
' . '' *• Members of Pental. I
pUa ! I J°- JP 2 ' and 8,1 MMter Masons l» I
geoii standing are cordially invited M
By order of the W:-M:- ■
Chas. Smith. Heoretarr. M
§Kni B hteof Pythias. 1
jaSSmvmr aveting* Si I
7 o'oloak, at tbe 1
Downey Block, 'ah .qJoo^lmKnSht I
in good standing are iordlall^n"rtte<L
C. E .Mn. W ,K l o^l P a I
Los Angalai Chapter No. 31, Bj. I
Me* ■
Stated cuu vocations oa *a M
MONDAY of each most? . M
l*. p - «* Masonic Haffi' I
Udf \JK Sojourning sompanlOMltj ■
f3^-T t T »ood.Undlng ■
l^ Jt A - W. EDKLMAN, H. t. ■
Bam. ■
,1
Cour Pa UwCmmHi,) Wm, M
Holds Its stated concaves at the An* 9
thitrS., m 5' o . v J 0 i Ual1 ' P 1 "Us -I
1H URSDAY of each month, at IX o'cloAk ■
P. m. Sojourning Knlghu TempMrfS 9
good standing are cordially Invited to a£ :l
tend. By order or the ■
J. 0. Lrnunaut, Recorder. °'* I
Lai angalai cannell Ne. 11, Rarmlaa* ■
Salad Mulan, F. * *^ffl
Holds Its stated assemblies dn Hie «ta I
Monday of eaoh montb at Masoßlc tUU. ■
at 7 :30p.m. sojourning OoiapuunsU ■
good standing are fraternally Invited to ■
attend. By order ofthrth* lII*. 1
H. G. CUNNINGHAM*RwrdsV. I
I ... Aunelea Led,, »o. BS, JL Q. m\* ■
eai h week at 7S o'clock. Sa> MM
. , lournlug brethren In snaS Cm
standing are oordlallzlnvltad. <■
A. Fbamm, B. B. ■
EAGLE CORPS, N. G. C. 1
W. H. H.fiTJSML™. M
_ . _ Captain Commaadlnar I
C. A. KKTLxa, Flnft SergeantT jSf-Tr 9
ConfidenoN Engine Company Ne. 2.
A REGULAR MSKTZNOa • I
this Compauy winTtaJuTtlaaM ■
oo the n'r.t ■
nlng of eaoh month, at TV MM
"•ciock By ord« r " ' TH . ■
CHARLES KEfLKß.ajaa, 1
Evergreen Laundry. I
Oalled for and delivered to any van
of the city, by m
i i. Phillips, Adams t* . 9
Orders can be left at the book stsn M
\ Mr. Sam Hallmaa. Spring j

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