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Rtnalß Coulee of tha Herald. 6 Cente. Herald Steam Printing Hon bo. The llanata Steam I'rlnting House li nottur passed hy any Job Printing Oflloe on the Purine OnesV ontstde of San Frsndteo, In facilities for doing Job work l.«>w prices, good wort sn.l ci pedltton msi n Hed upon st this office Special Notice. Ilrreafor notice* of Companies, •ocletlr*., HlWrrle-s, etc., will mil) Im Inserted In tin- llkhud aipai'l advertisements. We reserve, tor Places et Warship, s gratuitous dlreetorv, wln-h wilt appear BVeff} honday morning Tlrentano Im,, Ho, 6 Union Square, New V .la City, are Kffentt fof tlx: HsSALB. It sill cmstsnth be found on sale on their counters. Mr. A. H. IMtlfigsworth Is ttie Msuta Ann agent of the ii as large as a bushel basket. We are not without hopes that the disease may prove to he curable. Frequent applica tions of smarting lotions of the arnica like consistency used hy the Htate | Central Committee may bring the Emm intra capnC hock to a recognizable shape. By the time It has breathed threatening* and slaughter against all Democrats from the (inventor down (leu Stoneman's turn will cotne neit, when bo sensibly declines to summon thu Legislature in extra session, as he probably will do —and Is greeted hy a laugh all round the board, nut metro politan ronteinpornry may regain a little of Its old time common sense. Let US piously hope so. TimiK rould not be a better sign of the substantial character »f the real es tate transactions recorded iv l.os An geles than the ilispnrity between our con \eyaiices ati'l mortgages. Yesterday, against conveyances amounting to near ly ft" 1100, something less than S.'I,OfK) iv morlgnges were placed upon record. This is in striking contrast to the rule which prevailed here in tho obi days of excited real aetata speculation, w hen men bought wildly , loaded themselves down to tin- gunwale with mortgage in debtedncHS and trusted to accidental gales to bring them safely into port. An Attempt to Create an Arti ficial Crisis. While there Ida nettled pur note upon the part of tha people to make railway and nil other corporation* niaenahle to the lair, there fs in our present status nothing that partakes in the slightest degree of ft orkria, certain vaporing news papers to the contrary ami notwith standing. California is now In an ex- Mptionally prosperous condition. Oor people have emerged from the old stock gambling erase, nnd they are devoting the money which formerly went Into the I'ine itreat maelstrom to manufacture! and other productivo ngeneleaof wealth. Year by year the area of our grain llelds i* expanding, while onr fruit and vine yard Interest* are becoming positively colossal. Mining, meanwhile, especially La the Southern portion of the Stat. , ii inn moat promising phase. Our lnultl pliod railway! are bringing immigrants to the ('oast at an unheard-of rate, and Ihe policy of the Southern Paolfio Rail way, which will land an Immigrant at San Francisco from Europe at an outlay of $00, is certain to accelerate this growth of population in a wonderful ratio. Kverything would thus seem to promise an era of contentment and proiperity in California, To crown all, for the lirst Mate, almost, in their career, th.. men who control the railway system of this State and ("'oast show a decided disposi tion to concede everything that may be asked ot them in reason. The f:\i trminer will soon have a nice little party nil to itself, that will reeog ante it as the gapreme head and will be ntvaraad exclusively by its dicta. It began some time ngo by assuming to read out ol the Democratic party Itteh officials as would not recognize its au thority and obey its mandate, N. vt it excommunicated all newspapers that differed with it in rtewi of policy. When the Democratic Ktatn Committee MSembatd and rsfaStd to obey its be hests, that body WSJ eon'sigtieil to the aval laatlttg bow wows. Next it took the San Francisco County Committee in hand and sent it after the State Com mittee. It is now picking up such news papers us it may heretofore have over looki d, and is exoomnaaioatiag them in turn. The last victim was the Lot An geles 111 UAI.O At this Pile nf pn,-l i - lt will not be lung before the naMtfai r will find itself Nlumling entirely alone It has already consignee! the major pot tion of the Democracy to miter dark ness. The consolation is that, if (he proem of i tjiHig oat eoathiaea »t t his i ate the pnrty w ill soon be in a position where tbe Bmtminer will no longer be i.-'ipimsihlo for its acts, and ran then act fairly nnd jlistly in all matters. Thu "organ's" course is very suggestive of the one juror who was niiite disposed to agrae, bat the other eleven were so ob stinate that a verdict was impossible. .o.ditnui nasat. Nevertheless, It is impossible to dia. gnlso the fact that there nrc a number of very heavy shippers in this Sf nte who are disaatilicd and who do not seem to real ize that we have entered Into n new rail way diapenaation pregnant with hope f.. the business intereata and tbe people of this coaßt. It may not be nmiss to men tion a few of these gentlemen. First in the list is good old f ieorgo Hearst,whose paper, the Kramtner, is in a poignant state of anguish day in aud day out. If only Uncle 11eorge could tdiip Ida pre dict at n reduction of fifty per cent, on Its present cost he wool.l be happy. Then there Is the Hon. Hob Kert-al of the Judges of the liolden Cafe. It may not be generally known, In Fact Few have suspected such a state oF things, but the greater p.nt ..I the unreal of iadge I -1 ral'a lifo is referable to the high transportation charges of tho ('en- Sal and Southern Pacific Railway*. Ilttl for tbem bewnuldbehealtliv an.l n-eiillby, as .welt a* wise, Ihe latter hi* normal Condition. That h.aw shipper, the Hon. David S. Terry, is also in a chronic state of misery from tho high freight ratea he is obliged to pay. THE LATEST! [Special to the ttaaaui by the IVeatera Union Telegraph t:..n,pany.| PACIFIC COAST l-fiNNt-niri-rM Mont li nml SM>ti I- in ko, July M, Tin. lotlowlag ih a lint of south lioninl pMMtgeH hare lo .l.n Mn J II Nw«, Boitmi J II iMMi-d, |r, Hll Stmt*, H»* OrtramiJ M Mm bhjr, Onn VaUafi Wm Oslllw. Iow»i Mi . J Johnion, Ponontl X Mi mmi, Om»h»| V Ami'!, D Win Aim-s, Ulii..; E N W"I 1.-r, CKoenig, ) X Wilklua V g C«far«T, J Muii.li-vl.-r, Mil < •!,.,» BoMhmr, San PiMMbMi Mm A L Munilcn, Kurckn. Novaila; Mr* Mury Bt*T«uoa nml two ohlldnn, Btoiktoui Ura Hurma, X Sttber, Urn Aogalei; II N Amlln, Ohiooi II W Schmidt, Sen Sexfcoi II c DMobtor, mm 3ot»\ ttn CO Brawn and Iwu ntiildr Mlm \ B OMm, Alameda. s.s PkutKoam, July n.—tlw Hia Jaaatraantvad lo*day wow Boag Koag a nli datai lo •! inn- 2Ut, lad Yokohama, July Mb. China -Admiral Trtug Vok, a nnt.'il opium revenue farmer, is .lead. Oocttrraacei nf Kankott laataata aa extensive movement for the ov.'l tlu.iH of the pregeut ilynasty. King Oambema has aonfarred ika Or dtr ol liiilo-Chiua on tiimenil Julio A. IIhIiU-iiii.iii, ITattad - s Minister to Mm, i'o date -Jtl.OtK) DCakagM of new tea had hoM siiipped to Anierii-an port!.. Larga paarl oyttar bed. bare lieen .iiseovered on Ua north coast of \'» .'liana.' l„ On' Ti-li'ai-illitili- M11.ia.10,.. S.\ rSASOtao*. July 23.— The tele- position is uiiehanyed ami Kiisi aaaa ii balag handlad Hitlafactorilj, The operators are holdiiiK meetings twice daily. They say: "One Thonaand," our executive committee, ordered M tostrike ■ad stiuek: WM* Mm .-omioitti-e Till- Mlii.e I'i'lmoii I il. «'<«Oai.t tun . on. 111 •). >t Svx l'in\.-is< o, July St The inves- MgaSoa of the Oovernor into the inan aaaaiaal Ol State Prison aili.irs was eon elu.leil at Sau tjueutin on Satnrday. W. H. Sears, counsel for the directors, movt'ii to suiiiuit the ana with oat aim ment. Oaloall Klournoy, attorney for the Stiite, declined to agree. it was decided lo have all the testimony printed and to hear final argument at SiH'raniento, Augnst 7th. Wheat nml ii.n i. . BMUratati Sis Kuamimo, July --'.X W heat hns improved tone: seller, SI .(WV.*! .11.1: Barley, steady; seller, SM| (MX-: buyer, season. |I.Sl|i seller, aeiuon. 89). Nloek lloa.-il. Sas I-'ram-isco, July -JH.-llest and Belcher, 1.40: fhcjlar, I.WI Ooa«otl .luted Va., JB| trow-n Mat, l.oß| KurekaGoa,, . A (UnM k Omttj, ±W; Hal.. A Norcross, il.flO: Mexican, -.■.So: X. Belle, 11. To: Ophir, 2.30; I'otosi, 1.401 Savage, 2..'10; Sierra Nevada, I «.">: i nion, 4.7.-.; Yellow Jacket, Mt Now, a-: a matter of fact, the people take very little interest iv the concerns of shippers of this class. There are not wanting persons uncharitable enough to intimato thai there is something very Artificial in the tragic uttitudinizin«a of these gentlemen ami of that othei heavy shipper, the Hon. Ned Marshall. Kin B gentry pipe, bul the business portion of the community decline to dance. Th. ir action really looked upou as rather retarding than advanc ing the can.se of a just nud reasonable reduction of freight? and fares. Tho lack of sympathy with the pro gramme of this coterie by no means indicates that the people are indifferent to the pledges of both parties during the lato campaign to bring about it material reduction in freights and fares. While they decline to lend their aid to the creation of an artificial crisis, to adv anoe the political fortunes of any set of would-be leaders, they will, :it tbe same time, hold the Democratic parly and tbo fcailway Commissioners to a stein ac countability. At present their judg ment is held in suspense. They await the action of tho Messrs. Carpenter, Humphreys and l o.de on the freight schedules. They hope that it will be Bpeedy and will result in that "material reduction" to which the San Jose Con* vention pledged tbe party. But uo eon sidernblc body of tbo people desire to "cinch" the railways or to impair either theii efficiency or their ability to extend theirhc\cralsystcms. Should ibeKailway Commission do iis well as to freights ns they have on fares a good beginning will have been made, which, if need be, can be carried to greater lengths in due time. It la a matter within the recollection of thousands of Angelenns that, in the List great flood, the waters ol the Lob Angeles river poured down Alaincda street. After that critical experience there was an agitation for the building of a bulkhead to make its recurrence im possible, bnt it soon (hod out, ou the principle of out of sight out of mind. N n one who has ever crossed the Arro) oßeoo need be told that tremendous volumes ot water have at times filled it* hanks, and with tbe stendy piling up of sand on tbe left bank of the Los Angeles river the people in the low-lying portions of the city might awake boiuo night to iind themselves floating down towards Wilmington. Iv the flood spoken of a large portion of the White vineyard was left covered with four feet of sand. Tlie late Mi Huber hnd v similar experience. A levee or bulkhead ought to be built by tbe city from tbe toma down to the cov ered bridge, at least. Our city fathers will probably wait till the next great flood has winked its sweet will, and they will then do * hat ought to be done vow, or what ought, indeed, to have been dono years ago. There is nothing, with some people, like looking the sta ble door after the horsi has hecn stolen. 1 Cl— Ulnae* Money Wvsninoto.n, July 23.- The Secretary of the Treasury received a draft for $4tOO, drawn ■ \ the Kxclmuge National Bunk ot Atchison, Kansas, on the First National id' Chicago, witli the following re-quest: Please place the amount nf the enclosed draft to the credit of the United States for the benefit of the same. (Signed) Unknown JH:htmk, It wns credited to the Conscience Fund. ItllNiiiCMM l-oinu on fi* I Niiul. YYasiiin.iton, July 23,- ('apt. Whit ney, Manager of the Western I n | not materially chuiigcd. laaaineea is be ing worked off as usual, and the force ill hiiUicieiit to satisfy ull demands, fsjterllnjc K\r limine nml lloiiiln. Nkw York, July 23.- -.Sterling bills on London, 00 days,s4.K4; sterling lulls ou 1-ondon, sight drafts, *4.87 ii of 1801, interest quarterly, g|.l9f| if, H. 4s of 1907, interest quarterly, |*l.ISi;: U.S. 3s*, extended :>*, g 1.0*1; U. B. 3s, $1.03; W. U. Telegraph, | The Ntoek Market AAVi-tcd by the lit l ike. Hgn York, July 23.- The fact that the trouble between the Western Union Telegraph Company and the Brotherhood of Telegraphers had not been adjusted, had an uutuvorable influence on market retarding business, and causing an un settled feeling among stock operators, as compared with Saturday. Thkiu. v a pretty well detiued im prei<sioii BBVcatgat the press ot this State that our esteemed contemporary, the Sun t- l aneisoo Kxttminer, to Buffering from v severe uttuxk of rapid* tltphunti tuts, or Swelled Head. It deems ia imagine that its simple dictum ih enough to settle the standard of any one's Dem ocracy. The Democratic State Central Committee, at its lute meeting, did much to reduce this swelling, hut the cahe/u of our Be l . uloresaid v »Ul\ iiuite Wire* Rrluc * ill it. « lilnitt'- Thr Mtrlkern OfTer a Menard fm§} the iiitcftioii or I fee INriM-irntorH. Cmn' ■■■'». July 23. Wire cutting lim extended from the telephone to the tele graph lines. Two wire* belonging to the Western Union ami one to thu Chi cago A Milwaukee Company were cut last Right. The fcuthwhuud claim that tttsir members had nothing to do with it, and go tbe Wentern Union ono better hy offering a reward of $.W0 for the detec tion of any person found goilty of this kind of work. The meeting of strikers held In nit/lit wan addressed hy members nf the Hoard of Trade ami others. Nu morons telegrams and letters were re ceired. One from New York said the New York in em lien kip Ml over 1,800 this morning. The Order in growing every day. \n tint n tie ut 4 hie ii no. fun July 23. The situation lv regard tn th** telegraph strike remains the same el on Saturday. A good many ■■:<■■.,.-■■ were heing liauded ill to the W. IT.l T . Co. lv re this morning, notwith standing |M notice conspicuously ponied Hi i-\ (iy\t ii \ \ illi[ eeritei ,'* M f.-sagrs to day, subject to delay and to mailing en route If necessary." At the same lime (here were numerous inquiries concern ing messages which had been bunded in on Saturday anil to which answers wen expected but to which none had as y< t been received. A reporter (ailed ou Supei iiitenileut Tuhhs thin morning and asked him for information concerning the strike. Ro said ther* is nothing new to liny l-l very thing remain i the sauie ns previously. Mm- DTtrtttm BMtl Wade b) either side looking townids an mljustmenl? No; we ute moving along nicely and ars iMii 11 do our busno'si trtntt satis faetorily. The Vellu«Hl»ne Trio I \he llcudhetid Jmint. ('illi'Aiio, July 23. Representative* nt the Asso.'lilted Press culled upon Gift. Sheridan lo dny In ascertain the details nl the contemplated trip of tlie Presi dent to the Yellowstone region. The General explained thai President Arthur had now fully derided to undertake the journey, a derision thai had only been reached within the last few day* The party w ill constat ol Su retni v Lincoln, surrogate Rollins, of New York, Oov. J. Schuyler I Yosby, of Moutana, Senator Vest and Oeneral Sheridan, and they will itatfl from thi* city August Ist, ou a special trnin tendered by the North western ami Unida I'm ilie roads. Oreen River itattoftj m the Union ftnolAd rood, will 1" leaelied on the night of August Bth, The party will take spring wagous ami drive to Atlantic City, remaining there over night nml will arrive nl Pott Washaakie August 7th. Aftt rr i sting nt Wuihaskie one day, they w ill proceed on bontbMki MWowpnxtfed hj K. M. MnyiK' troop nf the Fifth Untied States Ceralry, up the valley nf Wind river, across the main chain nf the Kooky Mountains Into Teton basin, near Jack lon Lake, and from theiv lo the I'pper Oeyeef bssln* ejvivlng there about Au gust BOth. After remaining three or four days in the National Para, the party will hli ike the Northern Pacific Railroad a* Livingston, whero a special train, ten dered by the Northern Pacific and Chi cago (V Northern Paeilieroads, will meet them and bring them back to <Ihleogo, \eiih) i iioeioi-H mm* Ned Ultras, Cii/mio, July 23. Advices from Egypt |tat* that, in addition to the out break oi rh.deraat the town of Fans kow, eight miles soiithwuHt ot Dumietta. Leprosy has th. rv and is spreading lapidly, Neither doctor* nor m- .h. i.,es DM M had at Pai. *knw. A llnh In tr.taii*>n« Klre Into n Nteamer. llßMrßia, Jnlj 2:1 The packej Ida Darragh, whioh arrived tn-dav, report* that last Saturday, at Burnett Landing, fort; miles alwvn the mouth of the Arkansas river, a mob of several bun dled on the Wan hi ed Into the iteagm nnd fatally wounded Alfred Werner, boss of a gang of convicts. A young machinist 01 the neighborhooti ot Ketl Knrks was indelittd to Mrs. King, his landlady, a few dollars tot board. He was prepai ing to brave, |m>miaing 10 fx wartl tbe money: Pbo landlady raaaad his arrest, und the magistrate ••enteneed hitn [o work in the fields along with the convicts for attempt to defraud. Tbe maehiimt not wi.rking sati.ifm ttnily.Weriitr eau.ted three negip e.mviets to whip him, from the affestl ol Whioh he died. The Sheriff of Desha county arrested Werner aud the three convict s and was taking them to Arkan sas City when tlie mob attacked the ttoamer, One negro convlet jumped into tho river ana wni brained swim ming eahote. Tba mob Bred many shuts ami endangered the lives of the passen jjert, The sht-rilV «ro«nded Werner and the remaining convicts nml t -najwd by transfer to another steamer. Aitfiinienl In the IMIk Trial <on el tuted Nashvillk (Term.), July 23.—Argu ment in the Polk trial was concluded thUafternoon. The Judge will deliver the charge to the jury to morrow. Alter $M Will kern* Vo.es. Clkvklanii (Ohio), July 23.- The inciting of strikers this afternoon was nddresied by County |fe fc urder Scbelleutrageu and Jamei Atkinson 1 President nt tlie Moulds' I'nion. Twi more operators joined the UntOtt fore* this afternoon. Xx Mnyo Ko-e, Kepuldi.Mii c uiditlate for Lion tenant-Ooverntn. gave Ihe striki rs 8104 this afternoon. \o i iralee new M*Mit#r : Coni'OKli, N. IL. July 23, -The resul of the ballot lor l* X.' Senator to-day Tlie 11- Third -Mi\lh VniilverMUl v Salt Lkuv, Jul] 23. The Mmmon will et lehrate the 3tjtli anniversary o their t-cttlement 11 I'tab to moirow The ceremonies will take place at th. Tabernacle, and will consist of songs prayers ami speeches in the morning ami a l»alloou ascension in the afternoon lloie Op, into in Mtrlke Mkmmiis July 23.— At 1 o'clock thi afternoon the operators who are en ployed at the Cotton Exchange, tin MeivhuutH - Kxehange, ami two hueke shops, struck, thus complicating matters and leaving the exchanges without <|Uo tations. which tho Western UnJoa nan pie had arranged to be sent. RUM kg Idgfclnjlwg Mn. ask, 1>.,k..t0, July 23. Durui( the heavy thumler storm Satitrdav morn iugtwoinen, Win. Duel and 0. I* Lai sen, were instantly killed hy lightning autl John Kversou hatlly stnnnedaiiil eu on the nose. The three men were build ing a house iv Madison tow nship, eboaj twelve miles southwest of this place, Terrtge Cyelt-ae in iinKmn .1 %v in - of Pnraeme KlH«d ami I ii mi .-. 1 anil Houncm Ike niolisheiL St. PAUL, Minn., July 23. Dispatcher received from Dakota say: The cyclone tirst niatle its appearance at Hitchcock, between RedMd nud Huron. The house of J. Oeiser was dcnmljshed, am! his wife ami mother killed, and Ociser and live children more or less injured. The house of Mr. Johnson, one mile south, was blown to fragments nml Johnson dangerously hurt. Mrs. Ihnw ler, mother of Mr. Johnson, will not livo. The house of Mr. J. C. H eacock was next torn to pieces. He and his wife are unconscious. Other houses were blown down but no accident to persons is reported. Thou sands of acres of crops are ruined about Redtield, Dakota. AH the crops are ftllost. The storm did much damage at Columbia. Several houses are reported blown down nt Lnk*< Itenton. It is re ported that l>. tween ('lark and Frank fort, the bail and wind was very severe, blowing down honeee and destroying most all the crops. UeueralOrd Attacked hy \ellvu Fever. Havanna, Jnly 23. UeneralOrd, U. S. A., who took passage ou itn. steamfr City of Washington at Vera Crat fee New York, was takeu with thi >. IKiw fever, compelling hi« reniovul tv the ihore. EASTERN. LOS AN(iELE« VAILY HERALD, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24. 1883. FOREIGN. Wo BOsaf for the Kri Mili. ttopa Kono, July 28. Tha Chinese have prohibited tli*'export of bullocks for the mo of tbe trench troops in Tonquln. Two cargoes of cattle were detained at Halnen. Tbu French Admi ral baa made a strong complaint, and tbe British Consul has also protested, some of the shipments being by an Eng lish firm. I tiin-ii thr llerajy. In hi.in, July 23. Cardinal fctoCab*, on receiving thu clergy, Sunday, con demned tbe false teachers who asserted that tho Pope, in issuing his late circu lar was exceeding bis legitimate sphere of authority, or had bean influence,'! bj tulai motives. Those disobeying th« circular, he said, incurred tha guilt of heresy. Mundn> 'm i lini. in Mortality An \anuria, .I dy 23. The reports of deaths on Sunday from cholera are an follows: At Dainiettti, 17; Matisourab, 10) Suiranoud, 22; Tartan, 17; Cbobar, IT; Cliiliin, 88, At nine other places, ™H. There were 29fi deaths from the disease at Cairo. Dortor* Ordered to Kgj pt. Simla, July 23. A doctor, with forty aaatatanta, hashe<n ordered to proceed from India to Egypt. 1 eiterday's) l>cttthM from t'holern. LoNDOVi July J.'l, Tbe returns of the mortality from Cholera in Egypt differ widely. A dispatch to Renter's Company states the number of deaths at Cairo and suburbs In the 24 hours ending at eight this morning, as 427; Ohiza, Bixty eight, Cicibiu, 160. Tbe English gov ernment will dispatch twelve doctors, who aro experH In cholera, to Egypt to- Otrnayo He ported Wounded. I n KBAir, July 23.—1t is reported that Ueibepn has defeated (Vtewayn and inn n< il I'lJtnli Cetewayo is said to osj wounded. Lauded Mnii* LoMDQW, Jul) 23. The members of Apollo COBimandery ol Knights Teni plars, of Chicago, lauded ut Liverpool this morning all in good health. The Muer. t'aaml Agreement. l-snoN, Jiil\ 23. (iladston' an uimnced tn the House of Commons this afternoOH that hi would not ask Parlia ment at this session to sanction the agreement! fn regard t» tho Sue/. Canal made with Ue 1.. osepj. The announce ihent ol the Priiuu Minister was received with cheers by tbo members of the Op position. In the House.,i Lords, Earl Granville. Foreign Secretary, said tho agreement would be refern J t" a special cominis- The Champion Condenser Judge Jero Black is a staunch Demo unt, one of tho ablest of that political faith, in fact. Ilia apeichesand Writings are remarkable cvidenoe of hia power of condaaaation There ia not a aingle mperflaattl wer.l in them. Htl aon, CbauttaaV Black, himself a writer of no mean ability, .1. lights to tell hia firatex pcriimce as a newspaper contributor. Said he: "VVlien I waaattHa a yoaqg man I made up my mind that. I wonld try my br.nd . a »l iter for a ne»spa per. 1 told nij i itbei my intention and be strongly encouraged me to proceed, telling me. by the way, to bring myurti cle to him nltei I had completed it. After a groat deal of thought I select. .1 lay subject, anil drew the outline of whnt I intended to write. Then I went care fully nt work and in the course of a week 1 bad mj article finished. I took it to father anil lie lead it carefully over. Baid he: 'My son, this is a very credita Lie production, but I fear that it is too long fof a newspaper. Supposing that you take it and cut it down just about one half.' I knew, of course, that the article could not be perfect, and 1 had Ihe greatest c mfi leneo in my father's judgment, so I took the manuscript to my room, an.l after three days I again brought it lo him Then said be: 't'liauneey, you have no idea how yon have improved this article. U a | thou and tlmea better than it wns be fore. But still nis too long. Take it to your room, mvhov, and reduceit one half This was a sad blow to me, for I didn't Mt, «-here I could spare a aingle phrase; but I v. as determined to satisfy him. nn I in the courae of a couple of days I brought the manuscript to him for the third, and, as I hoped, the last time. Father read it caiefully through, and then aaid in bis peculiar, alov, an I deliberate manner: 'Your work cer tainly ahow-s great improvement, and 1 should think that the manuscript is nearly ready for the printer. There are some things, however, which I wish you would do. I'irst, reduce it again to about a quarter of a column, and then bring it to me. It may not need a fur ther reduction, and perhaps the editor would be willing to print it.' I made up my mind that father intended to re duce ma lo the bare bead-line, and then argue me out of that, ao I atopped right there; bat it waa the best practice that 1 ever had, for it taught me carefulneaa and conden alien at the same time." NE>V TO-DAY. • Notice to Creditors. i -t;ii. i AlontoM. Holt, deceased, Notice Is herein git en hr the'undersigned, ad mlni-nt tutrix ol thi -' o. of Alouzo M. Holt, de feased,to the orclum - - if, nrxt 'ill persons tnieing claims fiKuin-t tht -.ml ,1,-re.tsi'd, to exhibit them with the neces-sr) >■ iv Ihts, within four months sfUrthe flrst publlcal lon ol thi* notice, to the siiil adiuinistiittnv o tin- niNVe of ftrunson .v Wells, So. 14 Hake. Block, In the city and cunt* of Los Angeles II SAN U IJAISLKV, Admimstratrii, vi the estate nf Alouzo M Holt, Bated st Urn Aim. let, Cel., July 23,1883. Hiumnm a Well- \tt..rne,slor Administratrix JyS4 4« Notice to Creditors. Neii. o ia hersto gtven lo 0.. < v eeutrix of the last will of Ceorge Hatnk, de ceased, to the creditor* 01, and nil persons Ksvtng claim* against the s.dd il.eeased, to exhihit them wNh tbo ssjßsssarj roveaera, sisau four mouths after the first publication of this notice, to the said e\eeulri\, ittHi.-otMee of lltnniton A Wulls, No. II Itsksr Meek, the place for trsnsaetlni( tht blJstasei of «aid istata, in the flay and Snaatf 01 I.es A ril;■ It's KI.I/.AfIKTU SWINK. i:\f-i-utriii ol tlif liii-t wilk.ut (Jeorge Mwink.ik oessed. P 1 Dated nt A« L . le«,Cni„ July 23, 1f%83. ■raaeaa a walls, Attsfweyi for fiiisnUl Notice of Street Work. Publk notlt* is ht-robj glwn that the Council uf the City of I Am Angulea pitssetl ou the 10th ti.n ..t May, A. 0. Iwi, h lies,.lotion of InU ntion, win. h resolution whn appro\etl on the 21st day of May, I»H3, proviiliim for tho grading el \ inrin street, at the ex|>eie-<- of Ihepropert) owners, be twe.-n t 'ppt iJM.on Ntn et iin I Vale s ie t. intt nil jmrties mi. n-0.e.1 are relurnsi to wtid lUxolution of iM. iitH.ii on tilt- in the office ol the Clerk of the Council fur further partieulam. A cot>» ol mid iohv lie found in ihe offlce of the Superintendent of'streets. X il BOTB, Su)K-rinU-ndent of street*. Los Aiutvles, July gld, isail. Jyg* Administratrix's Bale of Real Estate. mi,li ,m| Id,- Su|«ii >i i >i:rl ..I II!. t-Miiiitt ol S«, ramento, of <Uu- lt'th day of Jul), the an.l r-iune<t, adiiiini-tntirtx of the eftale of Aaron M. TuUU, deee:.s.,l, w ill - ell at private sale to the hi if heat bidder, for .a-h, ci lawful ni»nu> m tl.. t'i.lt*d Stat, v huhj.-et t.. Urination lo ■SU t'oiirt, on or alter ThtirsilS). tlie tllh lliiy ol Aliuu^t, in6a\ on <i ■ ' ...-.I .1 thi- l,im i i hi! tlaath, and which the .-.tale has since ac tiuimd in and to all that certain tow v lot In tho I tow usf Santa Moni. a. in tho Count) ol IxwAn I plat, known as lot "X," in blot-k So. 17«. l«lng - i.-ci wideb) K>o f<< t tleep, ruiinuitf to an alley, atitl situated between t tali ami Oregon streets, Mert ii.-, hoiiiß had tv the mao of saiil town, re cunifii in the oflht ot County He.onUr of said County of Loi Angeles. l iJ- or often must be in s riling, sod may lie tent by mall to A. T. Cstliu, Saerauirnto, Cal*. at any time after thr publication of this notice, and before the inskinu ot the sale JANKK.OANTT, b*|J Admini.tratrii.ac NKW To lr\V. NEW TO-DAY. City of Paris. Remnants Sale, COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY 16th Having concluded to dispose of our Rem nants, the accumulation of the last six months, we have gone through every depart ment and marked down 50 per cent, below cost every remnant in our house. They rep resent almost every article we have in stock as follows : silks. Satins and Velvets. Dress floods in every variety. I'linls. Latins, (.inghams. Flannels. Suitings, Linings. Illcaclicri and Itrown Shirtings. Itlesielied and Itrotvn Sheetings. Table Linens, IMqiies. Nainsooks, Marseilles, Laces, Kihhons, Embroideries, Trimmings, etc., etc. Eugene Meyer & 00. 105 and 107 North Spring Meet, i.os A.xra-xix.xiis, cat. »urn JOS. MURTAGH & CO. 40 N. MAIN STREET, COMMENCING JULY 17th with > GREAT REDUCTION SALE FOR CASH ONLY ol their entire ttock ol DryGoods,Fancy Goods, Hosiery AND GentsFurnishingGoods Votliiiist will or spared. St we are <.-oiii|irlled lo make rooii I'or our l till <;<»ods. One ureal feature ol this Sale Our goods are all ItRVV'I raw. tm PLEABE NOTE, THIS SALE IS GENUINE. ■ w , JOSEPH MURTAGH & CO. RARE BUSINESS CHANCE! FOR SALE Thr Hardware, ItOTM nnd Tinware husinbsa.rf the OBdstlrffpted, Two shop fnli line of tools and nmehinerv fur limiting every size and uly.e of cans, tinware and -heel ironware Kuipltn from ten to twelve hands Competent foremen. Best location In town. SL I- MER.RIIIII, 71 Xnrlli MiiiiiiK KtrMt. o,ip. «.'o„rl Hoiipic. Lou liib'l. h foi. ft*) I New Tinware, Plumbing and Stove Emporiun Jfk.. E» 3ES SLEV NO. 314 NORTH MAIN STREET Stoves. Ranges. Tin, Mranite, Agate, l'rcssedwnre, I i|is I'ipe, Hose. Brass (ioods. etc. etr. Mniiltin . PlaaMm H> I 1111,111 Will rcci lvi- lilh B*M»a| •oilii'rvlalon. Jylslm TAYLOR'S Medical Triumph ! O. M. TIVrOR. UaKcrslicld. This i* a pnrvh botanical prcjiaration, conlain taa; naUaer nun.-mi nor poison, it saemssi the elrrulstion ot the blood, tone* up and strength ens th. system, promotes . tires«'■ -i.-i i pation, arouses the l.oer ami Kidneys to heal tin action, aids nature to expel t)i< impurit n- nf tft. body, nnd the fun; is pert <rnied. This UHnIeMM , nr. - .11 K. \trs, hheuinali. m. Neuralgia, Kidney Hisesso. I'ainsjin the bruast. side orbsuk; hlphth ,i i r iij.. 11l .i i.c lie He;Ot l»i- '■ . \r-thin i II nlllste. and the a>lt stages of CoiiffimpMon Price. *«.DO IVr lint lie Kor sale by the proprietors, and by C. F. Ilfinzcman, v-*nt. 72 Main Street, la>i Augeles. JuClui COAL! COAL!! COAL!!! "Live and Let Live " I will sell thoroughly screened Wellington cos) at the followinir rates To i*artie* hauling thems. lees, per ton... §15 00 i',. restnnratils. hoteln, iKianllng bouses und othen taking hii\ , \ lon a week nml upwsrds.l will deliver it, \«-r ton, for... lft 60 If iinv dealer Hi lls nml. r these prima I will go him one better. HENRY STEWART, Wooil anil i on\ Yuril. 114, HOnnd lis Mouth MprlnaMt,, between Stroud and Thirl, opposite Itroilo'S grocojy store. juMni NOTICE Is herelo given that tlx- Road to the Sail Juan Hut Springs, situated oft Mission Vieja Ksncho, has bean closed. Kkoeutors of the Estate nf F. L. A. I'i. eho. By LUIS DAUTIGUES. uilZtf Lessee of said Ksncho. NEW AI > V ERTISEM ENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. POLASKI BROS, Corner of Main and Commercial Streets. Damaged Goods all Sold Out. THE FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' BANK Will lake possession or our store and Repairs and Alterations will begin in ABOUT 30 DA7S AND WE ARE Compelled to Dispose of Our Stock at Short Notioe. Nothing but Choice, Desirable Goods Left, and Every Article, WITHOUT RESERVE, will be sold at the price or Damaged Goods. BANKRUPT STOCKS are Sold at low Prices, DAMAGED STOCKS are sold at low prices, But This Beats Them All! We are compelled to sell oat quickly and no portion or our large stock or CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES Will Remain on Our Hands if a FAIR OFFER IS MADE, JLmA, SKIX BROS., COR. MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STREETS. M. W. GHII.DS, HARDWARE EMPORIUM * NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST. Dealer in Stoves, Ranges, rjardware, Agricultural Implements, Force and Lift Pumps, Rubber Hose, Crockery ami Classware, Iron aud Lead Pipe. Sole Agent for the Superior Stove.a and Ranges, manufactured by Bridge* Beach Manufactur ing Co., St. Louis, \|o. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware and Artesian Well Pipe. Plumbing in all its branches done to order with neatness anc) dispatch. * jjrtfl *tf Santa Monica Hotel, A SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT. A Flrat-Claam Hotel ol 00 room* on the bluff overlooking the Oeesn, 16 milei by ran lrom |,(H Angeles. Uood *urf k.thint: evrrv month In the year. Large Math Hnu**cs on the IVach ilirtetlv in front of thu Hotel; furnish Hot. or Cold, Salt and Fresh Water Maths. Tourists should not fail to visit this nVlUrhtful resort. Traihs leave Los Angeles at 9:30 A. M. and 8.-00 P. M. Leave Hants Monica at 715 A. M. and 3 P. M. J. W. SCOTT PROPRIETOR S. M. HOTEL AND BATH HOUSES. dee!7tf Auction Sale of County Property. Notice is herein given that pursuant to a reso luhon dull passed h\ tin- Hoard nf Unpen isnra of Los Alleles County on July 13, ISH3, said Hoard will sell at Public suction, at the Court f Tou-if door on Main street, in theeit \ and count v of Los Angeles, California, on Mat vi dm the 9.11h Un\ of AugHst, A 11.. at 12 o'clock a. of said dsy, snd convey to the highest bidder for cash, the property hereinafter ilc-f-ribetl, which said property is no longer re quited for public use. Naid sale to be for cash in V. fi. fold coin, tn he sold to the highest hitldur, subject to Ihe following enmlitione, to-wlt: Tint the first of the hereinafter described tracts in panels of hnd will be molil llrst, unless with drawn from sale. That either nf said parcels or both may be withdrawn from sale st any time before said wale Is cnnininmated. Ibat. said Conn t\ of LosAdfelee and tlie waid Hoard ot Super neon risen c ths riant to hold possession of Raid property for a period of tune not exceeding two * ear- frmn the date of Halt of the same, paying therefor to the purchaser or purchasers thereof rent at the rate of c pel rent, per annum ou tbe amount paid by such purchaser at such sals, said rent payable Quarterly. The said County of Los Anueles and Board of Mpsnrlsofs further ISSsTre the right to deliver ♦ be possession of said propers* So rented, or either parcel thereof, to (he said purchaser or purchasers at any t'"i:- within said term of two years, aim to tstttubato Mtkl lease. When such possession *° given, snd said lease Is so termin ated, there shall be paid nssnch rent money only snch sum aa shall at that date have arcrued at the rate sforcsnid. The property which is lo be sold tinder the tore. going oondttlons, sat) under tbe resolution or -aid Hoard ' f supi r\i- ,r- it described an follows, First. All that certain real estate lvlng and being situate In the fitv and County of U« All- Kelts, California, and known as •*Thr Court Hoiim- I*ro|irrl>," whurt-oil is situated the Court House nf said county, sai-1 pmpcrM eonHixlJiiLf not. only ( ,f the oremi'ieH i'nv.n-,1 \,\ the pt. wi iitCourt fd n-\ I• *i* alio such property ronton on a 10, adjoiiiinjr and surrounding: the n;itne :n umv be owned either In whole or in part bj »,dd Cojinlv, or held In tnist for said Count i h\ Ho:ud of Supervisor*, tn (ft;ther with all Ute improvement* thereon. Second. The undivided three-fourths (J) part of all that certain other lot p|«;e or parcel oi land, situate In the city «f Anffbles. County of Los Aii(feles. State of California, and more (vi licularlv described as follows: i !oi m mi; at the northwest comer of Sprinu and Franklin -tn cts and ru uiintf tbettn ..l-n- Ihe westerh boundaf] "f spr'ng street N an* W. cast ono hundred snd twenty and Ifi too (I'M) \-, innireet to s point; thence nn a line par allcl t.i the centei line of Franklin Ktnet, N. »' AU, *.--t one hundred ami nltittv ntin :m.| l'U }(*> (Ili.i toil) feet toa fwdnton lbs east! rly Is.iind arv of Sew llljfh street, ib. nr, alo, lfc( ihecaiterly hnunihirv of New illjfb <tri'et s tin i;, , „,„, hundred ami twenty < I Mi |(H) H"l Mi-flMi) fi et to a point on the tiori In-rlj l.oiimhtry of Frank I in Htreet, tni'l in»lnl tin imrtbcuHt corner of F(»nklin an.l New 11 i w h -trrrlx. lb. nr. alnnt; thrt iio ( ther|v boundary ,•( Fritnkliu street, H, *.'!( U, , east two liiindrcrl andMvtet it ami ;jii 100 CMfi I'ti int.) fe. t io the point ol hetfiiMiln.fr, toaather wlUi the .inrliM.le.l three foiirths (JI part of all the Improvements thereon. Dated July 14, I--:. Hy ord. i ol lb.' Hoard t,f Hum rvlsors, j>l7td A. w. I'dTTh, Clerk. A CARD. I comim-nd to theeltlseni of Los Angeles and v. initvand niy formar |wtrons antl frionda In particular F. Ds W. Crank, M. D., with whom I have professionally associated. I -HI J. C. KIRKPATBICK, M. D. RESUMPTION. Owiiitf to repeated requests of parties il-sini:;.' lo make the trip by steamer to Catalhia I -t * n■ I The STEAMER AMELIA A, A, Polhamus, Master, Wilt leave Hsn Pedro wharf on the arrival oF the mowing train from Los Angeles EVERY SATURDAY Cntit further notice retiirtiinif next day in time for the afternoon train from San Pedro, thus un mii rxcnriionisc. uhnut 'H hour* at t tit- Island. A limited number nf st*te roomseno be -mired application in advance. Tlie tine restaurant M hoard will be supplied in abundance « ilh nil deliiacies of the season. Fare for round trip $4.t>o Information mid partinilars can lie luul U\ application lo I in \ er & Wan|;cnian, So IS N Spinu; strrrt r]-;r --tore near I. 0,,0r .Iyi7tf Boston Market, fr'omm-rlj' rrnteniilnl Market, Corner Fifth and Spring Sta. The iindcrsiKtied would respectfully announce to the puldlc that he Inn purchaeed the above Market and cntireh remodeled the same. 1 have built a larife ice closet, and hereafter nil meats sold by me will be fresh, tender and juicy, Mont people nre aware of the fart that when meat t an be kept several days unexposed to the air In a cool place, ii acquires a belter flavor, as ull the Jutes*artretained. Ail waa appreciate* clean ;uiil alli' M tlve market, and desin a • I>>-i■ |n ■<■• Of Kerf, Million, l.ainh, Vonl or Pork. will do well la tin me a rail. mXTCUwHm Cornet! Heel' nlwny m on hnnil. Remember that this Is the only Market in the Moat Fresh and Sweet from tho Ice Closet. A good stock of Poultry, Battel and Rfgi eon xtiintly on hand at reasonable prices. Alio all kinds of Fruit and Vegetables. ItOMtoii MftrkOt, 0. 0 CILMORF,, Propr. jvl*» im DEWEY & ARET, 110 S Spring Bt.. Los Angeled, Oal, (Mucnawr. tn D. K. Iloiwhtelln Mk) ' Dealers In .11 kind, ot COUNTRY PRODUCE. Families supplied with Fish, Game & Poultry. All orders rarcfulh and promptly filled. Leave ordsrs St the office, or telephone 100, Jll7tf DO ETTER T H -A- 3V * , PICTURE TEN CENTB Will Be DEDUCTED From regular prices on each dollar* worth of goods SOLD FOR CASH DURING THIS MONTH. Do not neglect to examine our Remnants AMD ODDS AND ENDS DEPARTMENT. Good* In this Department WILL BE SOLD Regardless of Cost H. B. FOX, No. 36 Spring Street. . DIOKERSON & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Office Cor Kitrtntf & llntt His. DICK Bit SON, HAMMICLL & A DAMN. lit I tig thoroughly posted In land ■ snd prices in all |n»rt« ol the City and County, we can gnaran tee astisfnetlon to our customers. Have I'hoico property In Orange, Panta Ana, Acuss, Man (Jal.rlel nnd Pasadena. Home flue stork ratines In Ventura County. Houses. Lota snd Itiisfnes* Property lv all parts of the sHf. liny awl sell ami soil ou commission all kinds of property. Take entire charge of property for absent owners. i 'on en no mien re fwollel tl'll. IM4 lil:uso\ ft < o M LOH ANOBLE* p. o. Poi, tJB. Jy * tf Santa' Clara College, Siintn Clara, em. Stuiliii . ill W ri>Mm«l Jm.XT*3tTjmV 1, 1883. Irtptlf i ■ Hnt free on .ppUcAtlon. J. PINASCO, I. J., Jy)o-tu,th*..tt.l I'ruM.nt.