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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
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Tue Asfliu'H PHaseuaer*.
SAN Francisco, Aug. 16—The
steamer Ancon sailed tbis morn
nlns»at9A. M. with the following
passengers for Los Angeles: Thos.
Nelmes, Jacob Eberhart, Mrs John
son. L H Decker, R H McKay.
AC. Bt-fenrii i»r Phutslx,
Phosnix, Arizona, Aug. 17.—A
cloud burst ten miles north of tbis
place yesterday, doing considerable
damage to farms. Tbe Salt river is
swollen by rains Id the northeast
and runs a milu Wide at the stage
crossing. The stream Is now fall
ing. No mails from any point for
a week. Tbe storm is general all
over the Territory aud quite severe
in Yavapsi county, passing from
east to west.
Ta-Oaj'« News Irani site -.n-u Beam.
Executive Mansion, Aug. 17,
7:40 A, M.—Dr. Bliss reports tbe
President's pulse at 110 and that
ho feels encouraged with the gen
eral condition of his patient thi9
morning.
OUielal Bnlletln.
Executive Mansion, Aug. 17,
8:30 A. M —The President has
passed a tranquil night, sleeping
most of the time. He continues to
retain the nutritive enemata and
has not vomited since the last bul
letin. His general coudillou ap
pears more hopeful than at this
time yesterday. Pulse, 110; tem
perature, 98.3"; respiration, 19.
(Signed.) D. W. Bliss,
J. K. Barnes,
J. J. Woodward,
Robt. Reybubn,
F. H. Hamilton.
D. Hayes aonew.
Br. Buss MIDI uteea Hell*.
Washington, Aug. 17—Dr.
Bliss, in a second interview, again
emphatically deuied that blood
poisoning bad occurred and said
tbat tbe patient's stomach
was alone lo blame for
tbe present troubles. The
attending surgeons were all quite
confidant 'that the treatment
adopted would soon remedy this.
In referring to the appearance of
l tbe President, Dr. Bliss said that
' wben he was shot his weight was
i about 210 pounds; that his couflue
' ment bas reduced him, probably,
70 pounds. * There was, of course,
some pallor. All reports received
from tbe sick room this morniug
have beeu of an encouraging char
acter, and while tbere is a feeling
of reassurance, considerable anx
iety is still manifested and the
noon bulletin is anxiously awaited.
Private Secretary Brown reports
tbat all at tbe White House are
encouraged tbis morning. Noth
ing occurred during the night of
an unfavorable nature. Tbe ene
mata was given twice and retained.
Tbe President said a few minutes
afterward that be felt pretty well.
Messages to tbis effect were sent
to tbe Cabinet officers. Biuce Sun
day last tbe appearance of the Pres
ident bas greatly ohanged. His face
has become haggard and blanched.
His persou bas fallen away per
ceptibly, and ilie debility is so
great that be scarcely moves. It is
necessary to turn him over iv bed
wben it becomes painful for him to
continue iv one position. The re
port that bed-sores have uppeared
Is not true. Tbe theory that the
present gastric trouble comes from
pyseml" is rejected hy all tho at
tending surgeons. They do uot
ccc any signs of it. It would show
Itself iv the color or would make
Itself known by its odor. Nor do
tbey believe that the condition of
tbe stomach would now be differ
ent If ether hail beeu omitted in
tbe last operation,
Aaßsoosrssius Kepori.
Washington, August 17.—1t is
probable tbat tbe President is
aligbtly better tban yesterday.
Another spice blister was put ou
tbe stomach to-day which stimu
lated it some. Tue doctors think
that the stomach bas improved its
tone, but Mrs. Edison insists ou
further rest for It. A careful ex
amination of the wound failed to
■bow blood-poisoning and tbe feel
ing at tbe White Houie Is much
more hopeful. Dr. Bliss said at 1
o'clock P. M. tbat tbe chances were
improved, but tbe condition was
■till critical. Mrs. Garfield is more
encouraged.
Executive Mansion, 2 p. m.—
Dr. Bliss just came from tbe pa-j
tient's room and, before leaving
tba Mansion, said that tbe Presi
dent had taken nourishment twioe
since midday. The potions which
ware given at 12:45 and 1:45 p. M.
consisted of cooled infusion of beef
mixed witb a few drops of muriatic
acid. Tbe patient was given about
a teaipoooful at a time. What has
been administered thus far ha*
been retained and tbe Improvement
anticipated baa been realized. Tbe
President, shortly after the flrat
date wm taken, expressed hlmeelf
aattellSf ranch belter and ml* pulee
indicated great improvement,
having become stronger aud
the number of beats ma
terially decreased. Nourishment
will he administered auxin about
3 o'clock P. M. The doctors are iv
excellent spirits and feel continent
that the patient is now rallying
rapidly. Tbe enemata are being
continued as usual iv addition to
the nourishment and will not be
dispensed witb at preseut.
dr.. «i»m«Ml »tm (mhUiK'ui.
Niw York, Aug. 17.—Tbe
World'! Washington special says
that Mrs. Gartield baa sustained
herself wonderfully well. The con
fidence that the President would
get well, which she has had from
tbe start, is still maintained by
her, and her attendance in the sick
room is tbe same as ever. She does
not show any signs of fatigue and
sees tbe wives of Cabinet members
when tbey call and endeavors to
fill tbem with tbe same hope she
possesses. Mrs. Garfield last even
ing remained witli the President
until he fell asleep. On the way to
ber own room, meeting several
ladies In the corridor, sbe said she
felt sure the crisis bad passed.
Thn Han DLX» IltkHMI Aval.
Chicago, Aug. 17.—A NswYork
special revives the story of tbe
Ticbborne claimant who has
sprung up in California and says
tbat further important evidence
has been discovered to strengthen
the claims of the Han Diego
man. He reports tho discovery of
the existence of Jules Benanr. (Sir
Roger's servant; in South Ameri
ca, who verifies lhe story of Col.
Barnes's client, 'and says he will
give corroborative testimony. A
sister of alleged claimant's wife
lives in Brooklyn (a Mrs. .Earl).
After Ferris's statement came
from San Francisco she tlenied
tbat he wan Roger Ticbborne, for
various reasons. FerrU's necond
marriage was distasteful to
the relatives of his first wife and
they berate him bitterly and de
nounced him as au imposterou
every occasion. Their denuncia
tion, however, brought forward the
following from Jules Benant:
Buffalo, August 13.
To Mrs. Earl, Madame—l see
that you have beeu giving out that
the man in California who claims
to he Sir Roger Tichliorne is uot
Sir Roger, but your brother-in-law
aud an imposter You, as
liis (laughter, were wrong lo say
this as I oan prove. He is
the real Sir Roger hs you will ccc
from what I now have to say. B I
am tho Jules iienant who was
valet to Sir Roger. He engaged
me ut Valparaiso In 1853. I travel
ed with him to Callao und Lima
aud Irom there I went with him lo
Ecuador. Hir Roger never em
barked in the Bella hut
went across Houtii America. At
Pampas, Hir Koger was taken with
fever and had to be taken tv the
abode of Jueuna Sanchez, near
(jam.dot. I staid with him more
than a week and thought he must
die, and was sick myself with
fever, so I went lo Coucepcion,
where I was ill for a long time. I
did uot take Hir Roger's bsgttage or
jewelry, but only a little money to
pay my expenses; aud if they were
stolen it was not by me, but hy
some one else. I did all loould for
Hir Roger. I thought Hir Roger
was uead uutil I met. bitn him iv
1861. He was tbeu a Lleutenaut
in the Third Wisconsin Cavalry.
He passed under the name of Chas.
Ferris. He seemed mad against lue
for he would not recognize me
although I tried loapeak with him.
Hir Roger left the regiment gome
time after. I kuew the claimant
iv England could not be Hir Roger,
but I said nothing of this before
because I hail it plenty of good
reasons to keep quiet. But ynu are
wrong to say this is not Hir Roger.
I oan prove he is. lam goiug to
Canada in a few days and shall
go to New York and see you and
demonstrate to you that you were
wroug to say what yon did. Sir
Roger oan he identified by marks
which ho has upou his body. 1
know these marks well and I can
swear to them. I shall oall on you
as soon us 1 get hack from Canada,
Keep quiet about this until I see
you. It Is your iulerest and that
of his daughter that Sir Roger gets
that which to him belongs.
Your very humble servant.
Jules Benant.
This letter bears tbe Buffalo post
mark, August 18th, aud was re
ceived by Mrs. Earl tbis morning,
Its arrival created considerable ex
citement in tlie family. It bas
not, however, bad tho eflect of di
minishing in tbe least degree the
ill-feeling entertained of the claim
ant, anil tin-y still denounce him
as unsparingly as ever.
llltllHU l»i*|»rt*tl-«l|i«U».
Denveu. Col., Aug 17. —The
Tribune's Santa h'6 special says
that Nana, with about forty In
dians, some of his own baud aud
►ome Navajoes, is going south.
They are well armed aod mounted.
The team of Sol. Barth, a mer
chant of St. Johns, Arizona, was
attacked ou tbe 7th near Bio Que
mado, a hundred and forty miles
from here, by 18 Indians. Juan
Salas, who sat by Barth's side, was
killed. The latter escaped by bis
horses running away. The Indians
killed two'nieu iv tbe Bio Quema
do the same day. Last Thursday
tbe same party of ludians attacked
Barth 25 miles southwest of Belen
but were repulsed. He reports tbat
tbe road is lined with dead oxen
and sheep, and tbat tbe Indians
have burned all the ranches with
in their reach. Tlie number of per
sons killed by Indians in tbe last
ten days p. known to exceed
twenty. Bulb was met by Paiksr
at Cienega last Friday morning,
wbo gave him a guide and inform
ed him of tbe depredations. A cap
tain with twenty well mounted
soldiers started in pursuit, being
only six hours behind the Indians,
wbo are dressed In citizens' cloth
ing captured from Bacon's train
and cannot bs distinguished except
at close quarter!. The Navajoes at
Alamo are believed to be in with
the hostlles aa tbey gat a shara of
the plunder. Dispatches Vievir'TS
oorro bava caused ftuera-i-- n
[man*. Publlo meetings ,J,
LOS ANGELES. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 18. 1881
held and sixty-one volunteers are
ready to answer the first call.
Advices at military headquarters
are tbat since the fight thirty-five
miles westof Sablnal, C'apt. Parker
has continued tbe pursuit of Naua's
baud aud Lieutenants Guilfoyle'
aud Wright are also on his trail
with forty men. Nana'* hand Is
going south. They killed three
American miuers and two Mexican
sbeepherders ten miles from Socor
ro. Several squads of troops under
Gen. Hatch are tlue south of tbe
band attempting to prevent their
escape into Chihuahua. So far
the troops have had four encoun
ters with the Indlaus. lhe latter,
If they find they cannot escape,
will doubtless scatter and go to tbe
Mescaleio reservation, where they
will be safe from pursuit und pun
ishment. A volunteer compauy
under Tranquillo Luna is still out
guarding settlements. It is re
ported that anotber band of In
dlaus crossed the railroad near El
Paso goiug towards Florida moun
tains and a detachment of troops
has been ordered to sc iut these
mountains.
Murondlnir ai»w< li-..
Denver, Colo., August 17.—The
Tribune's special telegram from
Laguua, N. M , say.-: A letter was
received last night from Miguel
Chavez, Alamosa, dated August
lOtb, which reports that the rancho
was attacked by Apaches who
drove off the whites and captured
301) head of cattle. The Iniiiaus in
that vicinity on the sth
and 6th instants killed and cap
tured thirteen men. Two hundred
well armed men leave tn-morrow
morning for the vicinity of Ala
uioßa, fifty miles southwest of
here,-where the Indians are still
lurking. Captain Parker, with
nineteen men, engaged the Apaches
under Nana twelve miles west of
Sablual on Friday, tbe 12th. The
fight lasted an hour aud a half, re
sulting in one man killed, one
missing ami three wounded. The
Indian loss was about the same.
The Apaches moved east after the
fight aud arc expected to cross the
Atchison, Topeka aud Santa F<s
road at Carlgo creek. At Captain
McCarty's, on tho 10th, two Mex
ican scouts reported that two In
dians attemnted to rob a ranch near
old Fort Wiugate. One Indian
was killed and the other driven oft.
JudimiN tn 4'uiitrttilu— l»<i«*»etl
Trniu.
ANTONETO, Colo., August nth -
Three herders were attacked by In
dians in the pass near Amurgo last
night. Two were killed aud the
other escaped The bodies of the
murdered men were found this
morning,
The smith-bound train was de
layed here by v five-mile washout
neur Cliema. Tho rains continue
very hard.
A|*i»*«ti«iiMi'»HN in >. wnr.oi IBM
l^ro.
Topeka, Kas.,Aug. 17.—A Daily
News special bhj's information
there leads tn the belief thai a
surveying party, sent out by the
Kansas State University, consist
ing of Prof. Frank Shaw and sou
(aged 12), 8. Smith, Professor in
Astronomy, and Lewis F. Dicke,
student, has been captured uear
Water Caflon, N. M., hy Apache
Indians aud kilied.
MISCELIjANKOUH.
I'BESCRIBED BY s& I'IIYSIf.TANS.
LAXATIVE
Prepared fron»H/7l X j tropical
fruit* * nd pl* ntfc '
A Delicious
and Re
freshing Fruit'
Lozenge,
Which Serves
the Purpose
of Fills and
Disagree
able Purgative
Medicines.
TKOKIC-FBUIT LAXA
TIVE is tlie best preparation in the
world for Constipation, Biliousness,
Headache, Piles and all kindred Com
plaints. It acts gently, effectively, and
is delicious to take. Cleansing tlie sys
tem thoroughly, it imparts vigor to
mind and body, and dispell Melancholy,
Hypochondria, etc. One trial convinces.
Packed in bronzed tin boxes only.
Price 25 and 60 Cts. Sold fay all Druggists.
HAIR, GOODS.
MRS. K. SMITH, having been with
Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Williams, will con
tinue business at their old place. Mrs.
Smith Is prepared to do all kin.is of hair
work In the best and latest styles. Re
member the plaoe, NO. 4H SPRING ST.
in2B-tr
The American Colony.
This new colony for Los Angeles coun
ty is now forming, to locate on the
C'EBBITOS RANCH
Fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties
looking for a desirable looatloa to make
home, should see these land, before pur
chasing elsewhere. Parties can go and
see the fjoloay traot and return the same
day from Lo. Angeles. For further par
, ttculars apply to or send stamp for Col
• pro.pe.tu., eto, to W. B.WILL
t.I aba was ov Block, Boom 1, Los Ange
tloffata* »»y »U," \
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. •
&3|tlAOHmM
BEST irV THE WO«I.F>.
PERMANENT BRANCH; 148 MAIN ST.
JOHN BURINS, Agent.
LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY
CHEESEBROUQH 4. DREYER, PROPRIETORS.
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS.
MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY,
AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTES, PIPES & BNUFF
At No. 30 Spring St.. opposite Court House.
MISCELLANEOUS.
D. DESMOND,
h H 1
NOW READY, THE
New Fall Style Dress Hats
•ar All the leading shapes in SOFT and
STIFF FELT HATS.
THOMAS FARR ALL,
Late of San Francisco, has opened a
Urst-olast*
Merchant Tailoring:
KWAItI.IKHMKNT,
AT IS7 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles
He Is a practloal tailor and cutter of 15
years years experleuce. He has out In
he best houses East aud iv Han Francis
o. His terms are yery reasonable.
MTOaJI and sco him. aulDtr
NEW YORK BREWERY
LAUTH & STECKER
(MuoooHSots to Chris. Henne) f'roprieiois
Tho ULfcAHKHT. PUKEHT and MOBT
BRILLIANT 'IAUKK HKKH Mouth of
San Franclsoo. .
Orders .or DBAUGHT or BOTTLE!
tii .Kit promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery
d«fles competition tn thnHtate. mrS-tf
PHILADELPHIA
BREWERY!
L>. M AHLBTEDT, Proprietor.
The purest and most delicious LAGKR
BEER ma:.ulaotured lv southern Cali
fornia. Order* lor Draught or Bottled
Boer tilled ou short notice.
OUB BEER 1H NONPAREIL. >6ltj
PONY SALOON,
NO. 138 MAIN BTHKKT,
Carl H. F. Sfliwoun,
[Better known us Don Carlos,]
uarWINES, LIQUORS, ALE, BEER
AND CIGARS of the best quality to be
found la the market always on hauil.
A cordial invitation is extended to his
Did frleuds and the public to give hliu v
jail.
fa?" Bagatelle Table for Pastime.
nam
J. G. DeTurk,
FEED AND LIVERY STABLES,
Near corner of First and Fort streets.
spring wagous and saddlo
horses to hire.
Double team and busgy.aday S3.no
Two horses ana spring wagon, a day. 2.60
Horse and buggj, per day 2.50
Hall a day „ 1.50
••-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
s22tf
Christy & Wise,
AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS
And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for
tho sale of Wool, Hides, Tallow.
Graiu, Live Stock, ate.
Also, Wool Bags, Twine, Dips and all
Rauch Supplies furnished customers at
loweßt rates.
«07 FRONT ST., between Jaokson and
Pacific. SAN FRANCISCO.
LOS ANQELES OFFICE.
fel-ln. 1 ARCADIA BLOCK.
ISTOTIOE
To Grain Shippers.
AU gr«ln arriving here by rati or learns
consigned to the undersigned for ship
ment will be stored FREE FOR FIVE
DAYS.
All gralu remaining In my possession
or a louder time will be charged for a
the rata of 75 cents per ton, besides
lighterage.
PHINEAS BANNING.
• Wl Ini I ngton, Jan.. 1881, d7tf
OPENING OF THE
Occidental Restaurant,
No. 118 Main St., Caidona Block.
The table will be furnished with the
, best that oan be procured In the market.
. Regular meal,, 25 cts.
scr ICE-CREAM SALOON oonnoct.d
. with th* restaurant.
my4-lm CHAS. WENZKL, Prop'r.
LAWYERS.
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN,
A. W. HUTTON. Dlst. Atty.
| SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON
Attorncyis ill l.n-w.
Ofnce-ROOMS Nos. tn and ttt, MM
PLI'i BLOCK, marll-tf
J. Brousseau,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. S6 AND Sr. BAKER BLOCK.
luhatr
H. 51. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Ofllce—ROOMS 76 AND 77, TEMPLE
BLOCK. mh2tf
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
Graves & Chapman,
Attorneys <!fc Counsel
lors lit lillW,
Room No. 6, Baker Block. relit
J. G. EASTMAN, A. J. KING,
H. HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS.
Eastraau, Haley, King &
Kobarts.
Attorney*. lit Luw.
OFFICE—Nos. 3,1,5 and 6. STRELITZ
11I.OCK, Spring street, Los Angeles.
Will practice in the Surremo and all
State Courts. Particular attention paid
to land aud mining cases. 01-lm
8. C. HUBBELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms anul
JJucommun's Block, corner Ma.n c
Commercial streets, Los * n eies. may7-tl
BUSINESS CARDS.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON,
EXAMINERS OF TITLE
AND CONVEYANCERS,
Rooms 13 and 14, McDouald Block,
Main St., I,OS ANGELES, Cal.
sept«lf
PHINEAS BANNING,
hORWARDING AND COMMISSIO
.A-Gr-EZLSTT,
WILMINGTON, Los Angeles county, Cal.
Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber
sold and gralu stored, with
\( K UsTOMED PROMPTNEM.
oo7li
H. NEWMARK & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers.
Dealer lv Wool, Grain, Hides.
11, 13 &15 LOS ANUELEB T.
;ie3tf
C. E. BROWN. W. K. MORFORD.
MORFORD & BROWN,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, VINE
YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES
FOR BALB.
ALSO,
Commission Merchants.
Dealers In Wool, Grain and Livestock
Corner Spring uml Temple Streets,
au.l-3m Los Angeles, Oal.
MAYFIELD
Water Elevator and Purifier.
(A. I'limp Mid Hui-lller
Conihiued.)
PATENTED SBIFTEMBKIi 20, Ittl.
IHE MA YE/EL J) WATER EL
EVAIOR, will make tho Foulest
Well or Cistern SWEET. PURE
AND WHOLESOME, In ton days
or less time
It elevates water easier tliau any other
devise. It never freezes. It never oorrodtu.
It has no wooden tubes to taint the water.
It fills the bucket at the bottom of tho well
or oistorn. It agitates the water by pass
ing six gallons of air througli it per minute, j
It re luces Wiglers, Water Lice and Water
Bug |to their proper elements. It will
save Its price once every year in dispensing
with tho use of nauseous drugs taken into
tho system to remove the effect of impure
water.by rendering the water pnro, sweet
and wholesome.
A Child eight years old oan, with ease,
draw water sufiUient for the nss of a 'large
amily oat of a fifty-foot well. For further
Information, address
BROWNING, POPE A CO.
PHYSICIANS.
Dr. C. C. Barton,
Phj siolaii and Hurgeon
OFFICE —MASCARKL BLOCK.
Offics Hours-8 to 10 A. M.; 2t04 p. It.
Residence—9l Baker Block. May be
found at residence after 7r.«. nii-3in
K.D. Wise, M.D., I H. B. Lathrop,M.D.,
Residence: I Residence: Ham
-263 Main street. | mond House, Main st.
Drs. Wise & Lathrop,
PHYSICIANS aud SURGEONS.
Offlces-CARDONA BLOCK, Main St.,
Rooms Nog. 2, 3 and 4.
Office hourß from 8 A. M. to 5 p. Be. and
from 7 to 9 p. M. J y 31
T. C. KICER, M. D.,
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
(Graduated at the Cleveland Hoium
pathlc College iv 1857.)
Office and residence on Charity street,
between Fifth aud Sixth.
All diseases skillfully treated. Can
cers removed without the knife In two
weekß. Corns removed without pain in
ten minuteß. The worst cases of chaf
ing of children relieved In Aye minutes
and cured In two days. Jy27tf
Dr. J. 8. Uriffln,
UP-STAIRS CITY OF PARIS BUILD
ING, SPRING STREET.
Office hours—9 to 11 a. m. ,Ito 3 and 7to
Mritesldenco—EAST SIDE OF MAIN
STREET, BELOW FIRST. JyBtf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to Rooms 23, 27
and 30 Baker Block.
WKvo and ear diseases treated with
the care ol a specialist. ap22
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
Pli vHiciuu and Purgeon
Offloe and Residence, Fort Hill, Buena
Vista street.
J. HANNON, M. D.,
COUNTY PHYSICIAN.
MASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS.
Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Main street.
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from
1 to 4 P. M. ap2o-tr
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Lumber Dealers.
OORNHR
Alameda and First Streets
dealers iif
DOORS, WINDOWS,
BLINDS, SHINGLES,
POSTS, LATHS,
SHAKES, HAIR,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth e\ Co.'B
iLUMHER YARDH
—AH D —
PL ANi N G MILLS,
He 1* t'ommerelnl street. Dear
Hallroa.l Ikono.. mrto-ir-
H. BLOTTERBECK
1 7 y 7 HCaln Street.
Guns, Pistols, Rifles,
Ammunition, Cutlery,
ADD
WPOKTING GOODS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Alio a fine SHOOTING GALLERY.
REPAIRING
OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY.
,1211
Popular Mouthly Drawlnrofth.
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE,
On Wednesday Aug. ai.lWSl.
These drawings, ocour monthly (Sun
days excepted), under provisions of au
Act of the Generul Assembly of Ken
tucky.
The United States circuit Court on
March3lst, veudered the following deci
sions.
Ist—That the Commonwealth Distri
bution Company is legal. '
2d—lts drawings are fair.
The Company has now on baud
a large reserve fund. Read the llstot
prises fos the
AUGUST DRAWING.
1 Prl.e ™ 180,000
1 Prl.e „. 10,000
1 Prise. , 6,000
10 Prises, $1000 each lu.ooo
90 Prises, 1800 each 10,000
100 Prl.es, $100 each 10,000
200 Prises, $60 each 10,000
«00 Prises, $20 each 12,0110
1000 Prizes, $10 each 10.0C0
8 Pri.es, $800 eaoh, Approxlma.
tiou prizes 2,700
9 Prizes, $200 each, Approxima
tion prizes 1,800
9 Prizes, $100 each, Approxlma
tlen prizes 900
1900 Prizes .4112,400
Whole TlokeU, $2. Half Tickets, $1.
27 Tickets, $50. 65 TlokeU, 8100.
Remit Money or Bank Draft in Letter
or send by Express, Don't send by reg
istered letter or Postoffice order. Orders
of $5 aud upward, by Express, oait be
sent at our expense. Address all order
to
R. M. BOARDMAN.
Courier-Journal building, Louisville, Ky.
orll. M. BOARDMAN, S0» Broadway.
N.w York. 06-d4w
To Parents and Guardians
ENGLISH AND FRENCH
PRIMABY SCHOOL,
Conducted by MADAME ROBINSON,
> n«. d. Grave, HILL ST., opposite
church Lane, between Third and
Fourth street..
This Institution will be opened on th.
first of September, und will be devoted
to th* instruction of young children In
French and English. aT
LINES OF TRAVEL.
PACIFIC COAST
BTEAMBHIP COMPANY.
GOOD ALL, PERKINS A CO., GEN
ERAL AGENTS.
SAN FRANCISCO.
San Franclsoo and Los
Angeles.
SCHEDULE FOR AUGUST.
Coming Bontk doing North
19 21 ii si
HTEA M EKS |- M H g.
Orizaba.... Aug 1 Aug 3 Aug 5 Aug 7
Ancon..... •• 6 " 8 •• 10 " 12
Orizaba.... " 11 " 18 " 15 " 17
Ancon " 1« " 18 * 20 " ■
Orizaba.... "21 "28 " 25 " 27
Ancon " 2? " 28 " 80 Sept 1
Orizaba... " 81 Sept 2 Sept 4 " 6
Ancon Sept 6 " 7 '« » " 11
Both steomthlps call at Port Harlord
(SanLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara.
Tne Company reserve, the right ' o
ouange the steamers or their day. of
sailing.
CHANGE OF HOUR.
aarPaasengerx ror San Franolseo take
the train for Wilmington that leaves
Los Angeles at 10:80 o'clock A.M.. Los
Angeles time.
Los Angeles and San Diego
THE STEAMERS
Orizaba and Anoon.
Leave San Pedro for San Diego August 3.
8,13, IS, 23,28, and Sept. 2 and 7.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 8.45 p. 11.,
Los Angeles time.
Rate* of Fare from Los Angeles.
Cabin. Steerage.
To Suu Francisco.... 115 00 flO W
To Port Harford 12 00 0 00
To Santa Barbara 8 00 8 00
ToSsn Diego ........... 8 00 8 00
Plans of steamers'oablns at agent'somee,
where berths may be secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer senator leaves San
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San
Franclsoo every Friday, calling at way
ports.
The steamer Newport, Piummer com
mander, runs between san Franolseo
and Newport Landing, calling at Santa
Cruz, San Buenaventura, Hueneme, San
Pedro, and Anaheim Landing, for
combustibles, way freight and passen
gers, leaving san Francisco about every
ten days, as tides serve on the Newport
bar.
For Passage or Freight a* above, ot
for tickets to and (Tom
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Apply to
H. McLELLAN,
Agent, Office, No. 66, Main
street, over the Commercial flunk,
Los Angel s.
S. Pa R • R ■
COMMENCING
Sunday, May Ist, 1881,
And until further notice.
T'K.AIIN*"*
Will leave IjOS ANGELES as follows:
8. fin A. M.—DAILY-S.P. Atlantic Ex
,UU press for Yuma (Colorado River
F.ieaiuers), Maricopa fPresoott), casa
Grande, (Florenoe), luoson, Benson,
( Tombstone). Deming, N. M. (for A. T.
and S. F. R. R.) and Rogers (lor El Paso).
8./, C A. M. —DAILY—San Franolseo
.HO Through Freight and Third
class Accommodation train.
9 .0n A. M.-DAILY—Via L. A, AI.
.01) R. It.—Local Passenger train
to sauta Monica.
W.OC A M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger
• OU train to Wilmington.
2 .Qfl p ' M. —DAlLY—Except Sunday—
•OU Local passenger train to Cotton.
3 .0il P- M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger
■OU train to Wilmington.
4,rf|P.M.— DAILY—Looal Passenger
■ OU train to Anaheim and Santa Ana
(San Diego.)
5 .f1fl P- M-BUNDAYS EXCEPTED—
■UU via L. A. AI.R. R. Local, Pas
senger Train to Santa Monica. (On Sun
day this train will leave at 6:50 P. M.)
S.ICP-M— DAlLY—Express for San
■lv Franclsoo, connecting at Lathrop
with trains of the Central Pacific Rail
road lor the East.
7 -JSC p - M.-DAILY-S. P. Emigrant
■4D Train for Yuma, Tucson and
liemfig (A. T. a s, F. k. R.)
A. N. TOWNE,
General Superintendent
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Tloket Ag't.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles.
BEE RANCH FOR SALE,
HITUATED EIGHT MILES FROM
LOS ANGELES,
With two dwelling houses, barn, chick
oil-house* and honey house; plenty ot
Eood mountain water brought to the
oases tn pipes; a large stock or Italian
bees. In the otoit Improved style of
htvea, together witb all the appurte
nances neaeseary for the uae and opera
tion or the bee business. For further
particulars Inquire at 28 Main street, or
address I. O. box 966, Los Angeles, Cal
Jaiatf
Capitol Bakery
AND
CONFECTIONERY,
SPRING ST., below tho Po.tofflo*.
arWEDDINS (M.KES AND FANCY
CAKES of all style, always on band.
ear- ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES for
th. Holidays. Hive mo • oalL
d7-lm ,H. SOHUMACHEJt
NO. 164
BANKING HOUSES.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS
BANK
Of Lo* Anrelee.
CAPITAL 300.000 OO
Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO
ISALAS W. HELLMAN President
L. C /GOODWIN, Vlo^PresUmt
JOHN MILNER. !!^Beor»tary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
IfIAIAB W. HZLLMAK, JOMK 8. fctalFVl
O. W. Childs. 0. *. Tx<o«.
L.O.OOODWW, A. GZ.AJMinC.L-
Pmu Gaihiek, dom. Aismi
loss Masoakec
Bxohange for sal. c.
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUJB.
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
and BERLIN.
Receive Deposits and Iss " Thaej
Certificates.
Bay avnd Hal
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
MAIN STREET
Low An f eloa ........ 0i
Capital Stack (paid up), 100,000
DIRECTORS.
ha : 8 "™0». A. W. BOWXAS .
R. M. WIDNET.
Buy and sell exohange on Ban Franolseo.
Frankfort * London ' p "*' Berlin anfc-jsi
BuyeEohange on all parts of tho "VtA
States sad Europe.
B *°. ,lT » mo l e lL on °P» n aooonnt and Oar
tlnoate ef Deposit, and do .mini
banking and exchange business.
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
OF LOS ANGELEB
PEESIDKHT j. B. HOLLEJTBEOI
OABHIER B . F. BFBIOB
oMtf
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Mason lo Notice.
\X«O^/vo2.ch€S
' "30 P. h. Members of Poilal.
pha l S B ' and *» MasterMaion. la
good standing are oordlally invited.
By order of the: W:- Ml-
Chas. Smith. Secretary.
@Knightt of Pythias.
m»yXfry Thureaay evening*Si
7 o'olook, at tho Castle - HaU
aw .»ng Ssmw
Los ingsl.s Chiplir Ma. 3S, R: • a:
-■ :•
t Stated 000 vocations on M
MONDAY of each moatb,
IJi P. M. at Masonlo Hall!
Sojourning .ompanlon. In
good standing cordial ty in
vited. By order of
A. W.iDELMAN, H. ».
Sam. Pbaoeb,
Secretary.
TEMPLAR
Coiur DoLlonCaiaausdar,Ha.
Holds Us stated con./av.. at tho A»
lnm In Masonlo Hall, on tho Third
TH URSSAY of each month, at 7K o'tJooh
P. m. Sojourning Knight. Templar In
good standing are oordlally Invited to at.
tend. By order or the
■*• O*.
J. C LmunxLii, Keoorder. * *
Lai annates Council No. 11, Rayal and
Stlsel Matttrt, F. a a* «..
Holds Its stated assemblies 66 the «tb
Monday of eaoh month al Masonle Hall,
at 7:80 r. k. sojourning Companions In
Kood stundlng are fraternally Invited to
attend. By order of Uie Ihl-fli;.
R. G. CUNNINGHAM, Recorder.
l.oe Angeles jumi*o Ho. SO, I. «. O.JT
jANfe. W KDN"|I"D. m "el
week at 7S o'olook. So-
louralng brethren In good
standing are cordially Invited.
A. F.AI.E, R. S. EATON, M. c
EAGLE CORPS, N. G. C.
Regular meetings at arr-nry. Union
Hall, every Friday .Veiiln* -» 8 o'olook.
w. h. h. Russell,
„ . _ Captain Commanding.
C. A. Kktlee, Flrrt sergeant. JeM-tf
Confidence Engine Company Ke. 2.
. REGULAR MEETXNfM •
/ tMu this Company will take plaos
on the nrst Vedneoday are.
/SSBfJB ning of each month, at Tit
J*mmJa*+rr lo ,*. By order,
charles kktler.mo*.
Evergreen Laandry.
Called for and delivered to any part
of tho olty, b»
JJ. Phillips, ASUBM U'o :

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