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VOL. XV. Pub Isbcrt every morning exoepi Mon day, — by JOSKHH D. hYNCH. TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per annum, by mall or express M Blx months « Three months " . — Delivered by oarrlers, per week «* cents LOS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD Upubllahed every Saturday mornire Ti'.RMH. One year.by mall or •xpress.one oopy..»aoj) » « " "3» Advertisement* Inserted at reasonable rates. All Kinds el Job-W«urfc dome to compete with Haw Franoluw lv trice, Style, and Eleyiuatie ot Work* ■WSthlP. Late Telegrams. Html fur a l»**r. Dkiah, Cal., Aug. 18.—On Tues day tbe 16th, while a party were hunting in the foot-hills west of Covello, Gus Bedwine mistook James Stephens for a deer while in the brush and shot him through the breast. Stephens died before help came. Both were youDg men and warm friends. San Fi.ancisco, Aug. 18.— Wheat, higher; No. 1, $firstname.lastname@example.org; No. 2, $1.52J@1.60. Barley, boom ing; reed, *1.12J@1 15; brewing, email@example.com for light, aud $1.30(3 $1.32, for bright; chevalier, nom lral. A Union o,News In*,,, rlemnli.' Phcenix, A. T., Aug. 18.—A stab bing affray occurred here yester day in winch a Mexican was seri ously carved. Tbe Salt River is subsiding and the storm seems to have blown over. An attempt will be made to-day to briug In a mail from Maricopa. It Is rumored tbatKirklnud val ley, Yavapai county, has been in undated by a cloud-burst and much damage done. News is received that a man named Patrick Campbell was mur dered nt St. Johns, Apache oounty, by a Mexicau. Plunder was the objeot. Niain'a **.*>**'* Washington, Aug. 18.—Last night's bulletin Indicated some lit tle Improvement tn the President. The doctors say this much: He is ho'dlughis own, which is all they could ask under the'.drcu instances, as tbelr objeot is to keep bim from falling baca auy while his stomach gets rest. The second teaspoouful of beef Juice given bim this morn ing nauseated him a little. That passed off and the nourishment, re mained on bis stomach. Tbe doc tors then concluded not to adminis ter any more for several hours, out Intend to try to give a teaapoonful about every two hours through the night. If the stomach will retain it, tbey cay immediate aud satis factory improvement in the case may be counted on. Secretary and Mrs. Blame returned this after noon. Dr. Boyntou, who has beeu In constant attendance on the Pres ident, and who is very frank in stating the case, says: "The Pres ideut is certainly better. I will not say much better, but there is some Improvement apparent to all around him, aud especially to him self. He feels better; his stomach has retained nourishment tins afternoon, which is a good sign." omeiai li*«i»a,oi>. Washington, August n.—Low ell, Similiter-. —At half past teu to night tbe President's condition does not essentially change tbe sit uation. Though more hopeful than yesterday or tbe day before, the case is still extremely critical aud Alls every one with deep anxiety. Marshall Jewell Finds On* akuniii Washington, D. C, August 18. —Marshall Jewell called at tbe Mansion last evening and request ed to be permitted to see Mrs. Gai field. Tbe request was grautsd, aod after returning from tbe pri vate' quarters tbe gentleman said be bad informed tbe lady uf bis in tention of leaving the city iv the morning, aud before starting be felt as if be would like to hear some encouraging news, and asked the real condition of the President. Mrs. Garfield responded to the question, "Do you think he is bet ter?" with "Indeed I do; I know it." This reply was emphasized and carried reassurance with It. Sec retary Blame said last night, tbat while he admitted the gravity of the situation, he thought there was decidedly good reason to hope for better reports from the sick room In the future. In conversation with ooe of the President's immed iate attendants to-day be remark ed: "Contrary to the general im pression regarding the President's extreme disability, he has, without question, a great deal of vitality yet and cannol be said to be extreme ly feeble. A prominent surgeon said last nigbt that be had been very despondent for teu days pre vious to the recent relapse.but when the oonditlon of the wound was thoroughly explained and after tbe irritability of the stomach had asserted itself he felt that too much attention had beeu paid to tbe wound at the expense or tlie stomach, and now tbat the surgeons bad discovered the weakness he anticipated that great care would be exercised over the patient's diet In future and all would go well. His despondency had been turned into hope. Before tbe Mansion was closed for tbe night Dr. Bliss was naked If there would be any mors nourishment administered naturally to-night. "No," he said, "not until to-morrow. We have mads aa experiment and are satis fled that the tone of the President's stomach has been progressing fine ly since the evening dressing. No morphia bas been given for three days past." While the informa tion obtainable last uigbt was of a very favor.ible obaracter and showed an increasing opinion tbat the President will rally, there Is no doubt that he is still iv a very crit ical condition, and should his stomach be Irritated in tbe least degree the outlook would be in stantly changed from a favorable tn a decidedly gloomy oue. Both Drs. Hamilton and Agnew re mained lv tbe city Ibbl night. Agnew will leave to-day if tbepro*. pectß continue favorable. OfflolMl Buileilw. Executive Mansion, Aug. 18 — The President has passed a very comfortable night, sleeping well ■he greater part of tbe time. Tbere has been no further vomiting and the nutritive euemata are still re tained. This morning bis pulse is slower and general condition bel ter than yesterday at the same hour; pulse, 104; temperature, 98.8°; respiration, 17. (Signed) D. W. Buss, Aud others. Ktevpii O'UMioh K.imri. Executive Mansion—ll a. m. —Tlie indications aie tbat every thing is progressing nicely iv tbe siok room. Or. Agnew left for Philadelphia ou tbe limited ex press. He will probably return to-morrow in order that Or. Hamil ton muy go to New York Saturday. Private Secretary Brown accom panied the Doctor to the train and says he talked very encouragingly of the President's chances. Pre vious to leaviug tbe Mansion, Dr. Agnew bad a talk witb Mrs. Gar field and informed her that lie felt secure lor the present. He could easily be summoiked here. At this hour (lie President is re-ting quiet ly. About thret-quarters of au bour ago he took a small quantity of koumiss which was given him by his wife. Up to this time uo bad effects have been experienced from it, und the patient Is sleep ing. Washngton, August 18-There was do vomiting last night and no nausea. ■ Tin. 4lssf uimim's H.pitvl-Favur* >M>, Executive Mansion, Aug 18— 12:20 P. st.—The President has again eaten a small quantity of koumiss ami retained it. Ho rel ishes nourishment tuiil ask* lor more. He has partaken eevtral times during the morning. Al pre — ent tbere are no indications of his being disturbed by nausea. ,'l*l»Al*«*«,*„.Ofllet'.t ll„l«e|l„. Executive Mansion, Aug. 18, 1:15 — The' following is lbe ]2:SO official bulletin, wnich has just' beeu sent from the surgeons' room: The Piesident is suffering some discomfort tbis morning from a commencing Inflammation of the right parotid gland, In other re spects bit Condition is somewhat improved and especially his stom ach is Becoming less intolerant. He has usked for and returned sev eral portion, of liquid nourish ment, much more., than he could swallow yesterday. The nutritive enemata continue tn be used with success. At present his pulse is 108; temperature, 98.4°; respira tion, 18. D. W. Bliss and others. lii * Li.l 4)on,nii«Mt,«kM viii sierliiu.. Executive Mansion, Aug. 18, 2 P. M.—As Dr. Hamilton was leaviug tbe White House ten miu utes ago he said, iv response to v question of n representative of the press, that they could not conven iently explain the cause of the In- Simulation of tbe parotid gland at this time, but he said it was uot any indication of any serious com plication. It was not au unusual occurrence in such cases aud that it caused no alarm whatever lo the attending surgeons. OOJel .i l»l-i>»leli. Washington, Aug. 18.—At two o'clock p. m the Presideut shows a slight Improvement lv his power to retaiu and digest food, but his general condition is uot strongly assuring. Tlie I av.ir N,an|it„ine, New York, Aug. 18.—A Wash ington special says: Tbe stronger pulse, tbe better feeling of the skin, the retention of nourishment de rived from the euemataand the ex cellent tone of the President's mlud aro mentioned this morning as un mistakable indications that the crisis is past and tlie road to recov ery again regained. The fact that the Presideut is able to procure re freshing sleep without tbe use of anodyi.es is pointed to as oue of tbe moat favorable features of his case. Tbe irritation of the stomach has entirely ceased, and it Is thought that the patient's thirat will be en tirely satisfied by supplying him with fluids in tlnordinary way aud by enemata. The wound is consid ered to be progressing in a healthy way. Hoj,i»«»r of n BlieoiM, *>«-N«,*»uof IU N«uaia to be G*l,e«f. New York, Aug. 18.—The World') Washington special says there are rumors that the Secreta ry of State has a call for a spe cial session of the Senate signed by the President and ready to be Is sued. There seems to be good reas ons for believing that this rumor is well founded. Butai n It'- m F'tifl—rant* en HliN'it a !t W V...1- M. -H,»r. New YoHK.Aug. 18 —Thcsteam- er Plymouth Book, on bar morning trip to Long Brunch, with some 1,000 or 1,100 passengers aboard, when about twenty miles from her destination, burst a steam flue, knocking open tbe doors of tbe en gine room, from which an Immense volume of steam •* mu ~ — sengers were mad In tbe struggle fr men were seen U from women, h hour tbere was a fusion'ln tbe upp . / LOS ANGELES. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 19. 1881. struggling mass wedged the door and, to facilitate exit, windows were broken out by the officers of the boat and some of the passen gers passed through head first. As soon as the panic had somewhat subsided the band struck up and this helped to reapsure the passen gers aud restore order. Tbe tug Germania went to the assistance of the Plymouth Rock and took her In tow. Before starting, however, the steamers Schuyler aud City of Richmond also came up. The lat ter boat aud the Germania towed tbe disabled steamboat some dist ance up tbe bar to smooth water, wbere tbe passengers were trans ferred to tbe City of Richmond and brought to tliis city. In tbe pauio a number of women and children were knocked down aud I rumpled on, but to what extent they were injured has uot been ascertained. A I.wil r,rrt ,<> m B.ilwnj Tmeftc ■nil Kilt**,. Chicago, Aug. 18 —A Times special says Willie Cantwell, a lad residing near Pekin, Illinois, while carrying some potatoes along the road, was seized by a middle-aged man aud tied to the railway track with a rope. The indlanopolis traiu soon came around the corner and the boy was struck by the pi lot, breaking bis ribs aud foot. The man then cut aud threw nwny tbe rope and fled into tbe woods, being seen by the passengers. The train was backed up and the lad found moauing iv a ditch. He died soon afterward and the funeral was held this afternoon. The perpetrator was caught at Bloomiugton and identified by tbe train hands. He may be lynched. Fr«f. *MUW Hud f»»i ty N.af-. TOPEKA, X*.. August 18 —Prof. Him* bas kirived at Las Vegas with his party. The story of their capture by Indiaus was false. Bul,l>le Slarder, Fobt Smith, Ark., Aug, 18.—A double murder is reported from VValdron, iv tbe Indian Nation, John Stewart aud Wm. MHSsingal being the victims and Jas. Hobbs, white, and F. I. Fuleom, a Chock taw, tbe uupr.ivoked assallanls. Tne I.tSfSJ Bill visaed. London, August 17.—The Liber als have surrendered snd lbe Lords have Boored a dangerous triumph, lutenee excitement, was manifest eil ou the meeting of Parliament last night to know what decision had beeu arrived at by the Govern ment. The lobbies und galleries were crowded with spectators, anxious to witness the progress of the political drama. Rumor* bad tieeu circulated that tbe Govern ment, under tlie pressure of Liber al members who feared dissolution, had agreed to compromise, but sin cere Liberals were unwilling to be lieve that lhe Mil i-ny had rhown so much weakness in tu* face of a body which|poßse*Hes little real pol itical power. From all ltariical ceuters telegrams had been receiv ed by the members urging resist i ance to the Lords. Tbe Radical representatives ex ii eased them selves iv bellicose, terms. Wben I tho House assembled it was noticed tbat Gladstone < was absent. A rumor began ! to circulate that he was lick. The event proved, however, that the rumor was unfounded. Many Irish members called on the Govern ment to state clearly the nature of the arrangements and allow lbe members to go about I heir busi ness. The Ministry declined to adopt this honest course, and gen eral apathy fell on the House, though the Irish members insisted on taking divisions against each of tbe Government's concessions as a protest. It leaked out during the night tbat a conference had been held between Loril Carllngford, Sir Ferrard Hershel, Eirl Cairns and Mr. Gibson, after the Friday sitting of the Lords, with there suit that a compromise bad been agreed to. So feaiful was the Min istry of disturbing the entente cor diale established with the Lords that even the slightest verbal amendments were opposed by tbe Government aud rejected by the obedient majority. In the House of Lords last even ing, Lord Salisbury made a state ment that although tbe Opposition retained its objections to tbe Land bill, and particularly regarding its provisions affecting leaseholders, and altogether they would have felt bound to support Lord f.ands dowue if he had persisted In main taining his amendment ou that point, they would not take any ac tion which would send the bill back tn the Commons, which had relieved tbe dangerous excre scences of the bill, He expressed the hope that the bill would b« of great benefit lo tenauts and uot much harm to landlords. Lord Landadowne declined tn press Ids amendment. Tbe Lords then agreed to the amendments of tbe Commons. Lord Salisbury gave continual lon lo the statement of Gladstone that there had been no arrangement betweeu the two sides, aud said the Commons whs responsible for tbe effects of the measure. The final proceedings of tho Lords oonsisted principally of mutual congratulations on the.sat iefact iry ending of the difficulty. A Bottle of Old Wine. Judge O. S. Wltberby has a bot tle of wine presented to him in 1848 by Don Luis Vigue del Aliso, The residence of Don Luis at that time occupied the ground oh which stands tbe lurgo sycamore tree, In Los Angeles, which gave the name to Aliso street (Spanish for syca more). Tbe Philadelphia Brew ery now occupies the ground, and it is a good index, pointing to tbe changes that have taken place lv the "City of the Angels." At that time Judge Witherby was tilling • i... mm, nf ilia fltm! niat.rlnfc .Tudora NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JJjAk*TS7"I pSmaohincs BEST lIV THE! WORLD. PERMANENT BRANCH; 148 MAIN ST. omt JOIJLTN jBTJKTVS, LOS ANGELES CIGAR FACTORY OHEESEBROUGH &. DREYER. PROPRIETORS. MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CIGARS, MADE BY WHITE LABOR ONLY, AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO, CIGARETTEB, PIPES & SNUFF At No. 39 Spring St.. opposite Court House. MISCELLANEOUS. PRESCRIBED Blf Jp PHYSICIANS. Prapar*d from'l.'n Tf' tropics! fruits * aJ P****** A Delicious and Re freshing Fruit Lozenge, Winch Serves the Purpose of Pills and Disagree able Purgative Medicines. TROPIC-FRUIT LAXA TIVE is the best preparation in the world for Constipation, Biliousness, Headache, Piles and all kludred Com plaints. It acts gently, effectively, and is delicious to take. Cleansing the sys tem thoroughly, it imparts vigor lo mind and body, and dispels Melancholy, Hypochondria, etc. One trial convinces. Packed in bronzed tin boxes only. Price 25 and 6Q Cts. Sold by all Druggists. D. DESMOND, ~ mmm • v ■ s NOW READY, THE New Fall Style Dress Hats ••"All tbe leading shapes In BO FT aud STIFF FELT HATS. THOMAS FARR ALL, Late uf Sau Francisco, has opened a flrat-cluss Merchant Tailoring; rCHTAIILIWII.MJON T , AT I*7 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles He Is a praeLloal tailor aud cutter of 15 years years experience. He has cut In he best houses Eastaud lv .Han Frauds o. His terms are yery reasonable. •arCail and see him. nnlftf NEW YORK BREWERY LAUTH & STECKER iHnoo«hHOtt] to Obrlti Hennof Proprietors The riiBAWPITi PUREST and MOSI UUII.ItIANT LAGER BEER South of Han Franc]nci) Order* .or DRAUGHT or POTTLE If Bkku prom ptly attended to. Tbe celebrated Beer from this brewery dettoN competition in the State, turfc-tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY! D MAHLSTEDT, Proprietor. The parent and moat delicious LAGER BEER manufactured lv Southern Cali fornia. Orders for Draught or Bottled Beer fi) led on short notice. OUK BEER IS NONPAREIL.. Jeltj PONY SALOON. NO. 13« MAIN BTBEKT. C!nrl 11. F. Hchwenni I Hotter known aa Don Carlos,] arWINEH, LIQUORS, ALE, BEER AND CIGARS ot the best quality to be fouud iv the market always on hand, A cordial Invitation Is extended to his old friends and the public to give him v lull. tWßagalelle Table for Pastime. asm J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, 1 Neer corner or First and Fort streets. ' i-'Hoggins, spring wagons and saddle ses to hire. lble team and buggy,a day $8.00 o horses snrt spring wagon, a day. 2.50 irse and buggi , per day................. 2.50 ,11 a day _ 1.60 aaw-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. •aau A LAWYERS. HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN. A. W. HUTTON. Dlst. Xtly. • SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON Attorueys nt I.aw. Offloe-ROOMS Nos. 91 aud 91, TEM PLE BLOCK. mar 11-tf J. Brousseau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOM. 5B AND Br, UAKEH BLOCK. mh.it f H. H. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Otfloo—ROOMS 70 AN I) 77, TKMPLE BLOCK. mhiltf JNO. H. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES. Graves & Chapman, Attorneys Oouiisel loi-m at Low, Room No. 6, Baker Block. fellt J. ii. EASTMAN, A. J. KINO, S. HALEY, JOHN ROB A UTS. Eastman, Haley, King ft Hobarts. Attoriieysj at Law. umCte—Nos.B,4,fiand 6. STKICLiTZ BLOCK, Spring street, Los Augeles. Wilt practice iv the tsui reuio and all State Courts. Particular ultentlon paid to land aud mining oases. 01-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms audi Duoouimuna Block, corner Ma.n A Commercial streots, Los I■■ eles. may;-tl BUSINESS CAKDS. _ iUOSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms IS and if. McDonald Block, Main St., LOS ANUELES, Cal. Soptfltf PHINEAS BANNING, FORWARDING AND COMMISSIO WILMINGTON, Los Anu'eles county, Cal. Vessels towed, gooda lightered, lumbar sold and gralu stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. oo7tl H. NEWMARK & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer lv Wool, drain, Hides. 11, 13 &15 LOS ANUELEB T. Je3tr " C. E. BROWN. W. E. MOKKORD. MORFORD A BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANQIS UROVEH,'VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR SALK. AT-SO, Commission Merchants. Dealers lv Wool, Oralß and Livestock Corner Spring and Temple Streets, au3-3m Los Angeles, Cal. MAYFfELD Water Elevator and Purifier. (A. Pump u»i«l PaurlflaW Co mblnndt) PATENTED BEPTEMBEB S«, 1871. IHEMAYFIELD WATER EL EVATOR, Will make the Foulest Well or Cistern SWEET. PURR AND WHOLESOME, in toil days or less time It elevates water easier than any otuor deviso. It never freoKca. It never corrodes. It lias uo woeden tubes to taint tho water. It tills the bnoket at tho bottom of the well or cistern. It agitates tho water by pars ing six gallons of air through it per minute. It raluoos Wiglers, Water Lice and Water bug Ito their proper elements. It will save its prioe ouoe every year in dispensing witb tho 'use of nauseous drugs taken into the system to remove the effeot of impure water.by rendering the water pare, sweet and wholesome. A ohild eight years old can, with ease, draw water suflieient for tho use ot a large unily out of a fifty-foot well. For further Information, address BROWNING, POPE A CO. PHYSICIANS. W. W. Grissom, M. D., Phyaioian and Surgeon Formerly Health officer of si. Louis, Mo., haa located In Lea Augeles. Office at the United States Hotel, aulstf Dr. C. C. Barton, Phj aiolauaud Surgeon OFFICE—MABCAREL BLOCK. OfHce Hours—B to 10 A. M,; 2to4p. K. Residence—9l Baker Block. May be found at residence after 7 p. m. a«j*3m K.D. Wise, M.D., I H. B. LirHBOP. M.D., Kesldenoe: I Residence: Ham -263 Main street. | mond House, Main at. Drs. Wise & Lathrop, PHYSICIANS aud SURGEONS. Offices—CAßDONA BLOCK, Main St., Rooms Nos. 2, 3 and 4. Office hours from 8 a.m. to sp. sr. and from 7 to 9 P.M. Jy3l T. C. KIGER, M. D. v HOMCEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. (Graduated at the Cleveland Homeo pathic College iv 1857.) Ofllce and residence on Charity street, between Fifth and sixth. All diseases skillfully treated. Can cers removed wlthoui the kulfe In two weeks. Corns removed without pain In ten minutes. The worst cases of chaf ing of children relieved lv five minutes and cured lv two days. Jy27tf Dr. J. 8. Griffin, UP-9TAIRS CITY OF PARIS BUILD INU, SPRING STREET. Office hours—9 to 11 a. m.,1 to 3 and 7to 8 p. M, •WKesidence-EABT SIDE OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST. Jyßtf Ur. Joseph Kurtz Has removod his office to Rooms 23, 27 , aud 30 Hiiker Block. B7*Eye and ear diseases treated with (he care of a specialist. ap22 Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON, 1 *-■>• t-iit'tun aud Office and Residence, Fort Hill, Bueua Vista street. j. HANNON, ft, 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-tf J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNER Or Alameda and First Streets OKALEKB IB DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OP PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT RtDUCED PRICES -ir- Perry, Wood worth A Co.'a LUMBER YARDS —A■ D — PLANING MILLS, ■o. !• Commercial .trees, near Hnflroi.il i,«ih>i. mr2U-tr- H. BLOTTER BECK TfT IVlnJii Street. Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery, ! AND , WE»ol*Tir«Gr GOODS i OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Also a One SHOOTING GALLERY. REPAIRING OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY. ' SI2I I Popular Monthly Urawluc of the ! Commonwealth Distribution Co., IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, On "Wednesday Am. ttl.iwwi. These drawings, occur monthly (Sun days excepted), under provisions of au Act of the General Assembly of Ken tucky. The United States Olrcult Court on March 3lst, rendered the following deOl- SiOUH. 1st —That the Commonwealth Distri bution Company Is legal. 2:l—lts drawings are fair. The Company has now on hand a large reserve fund. Read the list ot prises for the AUGUST DRAWING. 1 Prise „ „..sao,ooo 1 Prise lo.uoo 1 Prise _ 6,000 10 Prises, 11000 each 10,000 20 Prises, Mp each. 10,000 100 Prises, ,100 eaoh „ 10,000 200 Prizes, M 0 eaoh _ 10.OIHI WW Prises, |20 eaoh 12,000 1000 Prises, $10 eaoh „ 10,000 » Prises, (300 eaoh, Approxima tion prises 3,700 9 Prizes, $200 eaoh, Approxima tion prises „ 1.800 9 Prizes,sloo each, Approxima tion prizes k 900 i960 Prises™ 4112,400 Whole Tickets, $2. Half Tickets, $1. 27 Tlokets,sso. 55 Tlokets,sloo. Remit Money or Bank Draft lv Letter or send by Express, Don't send by reg istered letter or Postoffice order. Orders of $5 anil upward, by lixpross, oan be sentatour expeuso. Address all order '" R M. BOARDMAN. Conrler-Journal building, LouUvtlls, Ky. orR. M. BOARDMAN, »0» Broadway. New York. D5-d*w kfti f (% t\ A v UNESOF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. ' QOODALI,. KKKKINS * CO., GEN ERAL AUKNTH. BAN FRANCISCO. San Franclsoo and Los Angeles. SCHEDULE FOR AUGUST. Coming Houth Going North il l J rf l U • mAMm if Hh Ii Orizaba.... Aug 1 Aug 3 Aug 5 Aug 7 Ancon..... " 6 " 8 " 10 '• 12 Orizaba.... •' 11 " 13 " 16 '• 17 Ancon " 16 " 18 « 20 " ■ Orizaba.... " 21 " 28 " 26 " 27 Ancon " 28 *• 28 "30 Sept 1 Orizaba... " 81 Sept 2 Sept « •• « Ancon Sept 6 •' 7 ,f 9 ■' U Both, steamships oan at Port Harlord (SanLulaOblipo)and Santa Barbara. Tlie Company reserves tbe right ' o change the steamers or their day* ot sailing. CHANGE OF HOUR, *sj-Passongers for Ban Francisco take the train for Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at 10:50 o'clock A. M., Loa Angeles time. Los Angeles and San Diego THE STEAM IKB Orizaba and Anoon. Leave Han Pedro for San Diego August 3. 8,13,18,28,2t, and Sept. 2 and 7. Passengers take the train that leaves Los Angelas for Wilmington at 3.46 P. sc., Los Angeles time. Rates ol Fare Irom Los Angeles. Cabtn. Steerage. To San Francisco. 115 00 $10 00 To Port Harford ...... 12 00 8 00 To Santa Barbara 8 00 8 00 To San Diego 8 00 6 00 Flans of steamers'eablns al agent's ollloe, where berths may bo secured. FOR WAY PORTS. The steamer senator leaves Han Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for Sau Franclsoo every Friday, calling at way ports. The steftmer Newport, Piummer com mander, runs between san Franoiscu and Newport Landing, calling at Santa Cruz, San Buenaventura, Huenerae, Han Pedro, and Anaheim Landing, for combustibles, way freight and passen gers, leavlug san Fraucisoo about every ten daya, as tides serve on the Newport bar. for Passageor Freight as above, ur for tickets to and from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Porta, Apply to H.MoLELLAN, Agent, Office, No. fllij Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Los Angel s. S. P. R. R. COMMKNCING Sunday, May Ist, 1881, i And nntll further notice. TRAINM Will leave LOB ANGELES as follows: 8.(1(1 A. M.—DAILY—S.P. Atlantic Kj ■UU press for Yuma (Colorado River steamers), Maricopa (Presootl), Casa Grande, (Florence), 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 Aooommodation train. 9 .Qil A - M.-DAILY—Via L. A. AI. •0U R. R.—Local Passenger train to Santa Monica. WiQC A M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger •OO train to Wilmington. 2.Q(1 c - M.-DAlLY—Except Sunday— .OU Local passenger train to Coltou. 3 .0fl v - M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger ; ■OU train to Wilmington. ] 4-Cfl >"• M.-DAILY -Local Passenger ' .311 train to Anaheim andßanta Ana (Sau Diego.) C.nfl P. M—SUNDAYS EXCEPTED— , O.UU v ia L. A. 41. R. R. Local, Pas- 1 songer Train to Santa Monica. (On Sun day this train will leave at 6:60 P. M.) 5 .1F P. M -DAlLY—Express ror San I .10 Franclsoo, oonneotlug at Latbmp , with trains ot the Central Pacific Rail- , road lor the East. 7,stC P- M.—DAILY—B. P. Emigrant .«♦□ Train for Yuma. Tucson and Demaig (A. T. * S, F. It; 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 EIGHT MILES PROM LOH ANGELES, With two dwelling houses, barn, oh 1 est- , on-houses and honey house; plenty ol Eood mountain water drought to the ouses In pipes; a large stock of Italian bees. In the most Improved style of hives, together with ail the appurte nances necessary for tbe use and opera tion of tlx' bee business. for further particulars Inquire at 28 Main street, or address P. O. box 966, Los Angelas,Cal Jaiatf Capitol Bakery AND CONFECTIONERY, SPRING ST., below the Postoffloe. aas~ WEDDING OAKES AND FANCY cakes of all styles always on band. •OT ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIEB for the Holidays. Give ma a oall. d7-lsn |H. SCHUMACHER NO. 165 I BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' A MERCHANTS BANK Of Los Angela*. CAPITAL. OO Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO I ISAIAH W. HELLMAN.. ._ f. JOHN MILNEhL iM board or nxxmrnm*. Jose MaboauL * m, ""* t Exohange for sal. v. NEW YORK, LONDON, DUN LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, and BERLIN. Receive Deposits and Its That, Certificates. Bay and tjf*l LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN i MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. LOS AN6ELES COUNTY BAWL | MAIN STREET Lo! Angela* „ 0- Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000 J. 8. SLAUSON PiaaMaai 3 DIRECTORS. ii B ; B "r™oF, a. w. BowaiAa B. M. WlnnYr **—*or Buy and sell sxohange on Baa ** I L ° nd " n ' P ""' B^SnSf ■"»««• * the I!Mmfr m m Htates aad Europe. - Receive money oa open aeooant us —— SI tldcaie of DeposftT laid." banking and exchange basjtaea*. FIRST NATIONAL tsANK 1 OjF- LOS ANGELES ' . '|l PBEBIDEIT j. c. BOLLEIBBOK M OABHIEB a. p. BFKSOB 1 o2Btf | SOCIETY NOTICES. Masonic Wotioe. go-Islanding are oorJially invited By order of the W:- Mi- Chas. Smith. Secretary. ®Knlghtajrf Pythias. In good slaudlug are .ordla^lnvKX Lot anasls, Chaaior No. 01, «T *:• ■:• I if MONDAY of each month. I/VVAI 2<». M. at Masonic HaS IM \aJ Sojourning wnpuMuila : »s«aaat Baerataiy. TEMPLAS De UoaCofsatiaaevy Ha. Holds its stated oonoiave. 'at th. Ansa lum lv Maaouiu Hall, on Ih. ThtS THURSDAY of eacli month, at 7* o'otaiS p. x. Sojourning mights Templar S k-.e.a slauuiugars oordlally luvltta toa*. tend. By order of tn* M". O* J. O. Lim.anai.D, Recorder. " Lot an..!.,i Council No. 11, Floral aa*) Moot Muion, F. * Holds its staled ass*mbUas A t** Mb Mondayofeaeh month at Masonic Hall, at 7:80 p.m. sojourning OoaTpaatoasta good standing are fratarnally InvlUd to 1 attend. By order of th.Tb"lU*. 4 R. G. CDKNINGHAM* RwiiaY. L«* AngelM IMgeXa. •B.l.ai.aUr IS -OfgSaSßSreaeh week at 7H o'sdook. Bo standlng ar2oSd%ly 1 A. Fbajck. r. c. ' 1 EAGLE CORPS, N. 6. C. j I I W. H. H. RUaaXLL, I „ . Captain Commanding. ■ C. A. Kitlii, First Sergeant, JaM-tf M Confidencii Engine Company No. 2. ] - REGULAR MEETTJKM • 1 ( |L this Company will take alaaa S1 JM. on th. rlrst Wednsaday *T«* ~W ■a| B. nlng or each -nonth, at lit .9 fl J>3 Bfeio'ciock. By ordar, ■& CHARLES KH%JUa,Soa. Evergreen Laiinorr. J WASHIK Gp 1 Called for and delivered to any *art 4 of tba olty, be , - J J. 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