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Coinpetr wilt* Hnt* rrnuolano -i,
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asueu t ridicule* not Atnt-ei-ble.
San Francisco, Juuo I.—Tho
Supremo Court lias denied lhe ap
plication nf John H. Burke for a
writ of mandamus to compel the
Assessor to ii«sts< certificates of
AMMlttoi Viettui oi Bt'iieltw.
Stockton, June Ist.—James
Lucas, for many years clerk iv a
grocery houso in this city, myster
iously disappeared ou Monday
evening. The slough wus dragged
and the body found to-ilay. It is
thought he committed the act in a
fit of despondency, having install
Uia earnings for many years in
• t-, . »»(•-- <j m) '« ■*» fintil 1". ml lor
• t,.- flintier ',f 4 o>- (lots lliaiti.f x.
REDWOOD CITY, June l.—Tho
trial "f Clarence Gray for the mur
der of Theodora Qlaucey, late edi
tor of lhe sauta Barbara /Ye**,
commenceil to-day In the .Superior
Court of San Mateo couuty, Judge
Head presiding. Jones, of Sacra
mento, Thomas, of Santa Barbara,
and District Attorney Bowley, of
Ked wood, were tlie attorneys for the
prosecution;and Kox and Boss and
Harvey Kiucaid, of Redwood City,
and Garher, Thornton und Bishop,
of San Francisco, aud Canfjeld, of
Santa Barhaia, appeared for the
defense. l he case was transferred
from Sautu Baitiuia and about
fifty witnesses are present from
that county. Eight witnesses are
absent, and motions for continu
ance will probably be made tn
morrow. The work of impaneling
lhe jury has progressed rnpiilly,
this forenoon four jurors having
been sworn. Little seems to be
known regarding tlie merits of the
ease, and the jury will easily be ob
a ■. ..*»•«*: tJree&fer oaavietsa.
Martinez, June 1 —In the Su
perior Court, G. W. Colby, Presi
dent of the Granger*' Bank, was
tried on the charge of assault with
in lent to commit murder, Tbe
jury, after a short consultation,
brought in a vtrllet of guilty,
This case has created considerable
Interest, anil arose out of a dispute
between Colby and the McCargar
brothers. Much ill-feeling is ex
isting ou both s'ul, s and some
shootiug was indulged in, Sen
•Joveracr Cornell Dicllars.
New York, June I.—Governor
Cornell has written a letter declin
ing to be a candidate for the V. S.
Senate, to he presented to the legis
s*be aialtrai I tarn os.
Albany, June Ist.—The stalwart
Republican caucus which was to
have been beld last night has beeu
Julni-Bnnut for V. ti. Senator,
Albany, June I.—The Senate
and Assembly met to-day In jolot
convention to ballot for U. S. Sen
ators. Tbe first vote in joint con
vention was as follows: Short
Term—Conkllng 34; Wheeler, 22;
Rogers, 15; Fenlon, 3; Pomeroy, 2;
Edlck, 1; Wadswortb, 1; Jacobs, 5;
Cornell, 11; Crowley, 3; White, 2;
Bradley Folger, 2; balance scatter
■I Halt Jiff lla »' D«», i Grnnl X •
St. Louis, June I.—John T. Eilz
patrick, formerly a messenger of
the Southern Express Company,
was arrested in Kansas City 10-day
charged with robbing tlie baggage
of General Grant while on his way
to Galveston last Spring. On his
person were found a large medal
lion In tbe form of a Russian bear,
■at With diamonds, presented lo
General Grant by the Emperor of
Bussia, and a Maltese cross act with
reventeen diamonds, four of whioh
had been removed. H. King, form
erly baggageman on the Iron
Mountain road, and supposed to be
conneoted with tbe robbery, was
traced to Sedalia, Missouri. The
men were seen together at various
points with quantities of costly
jewelry belonging to Grant. A
telegram bas beeu sent to Geueral
Graut notifying bim of the discov
ery and arrest of the probable rob
Aecldeul io at. Jail, v.
Detroit, Juno Ist.—On Saturday
St. Julian was to have trotted for a
special purse to beat Maude time,
2:101, on Thursday. On Monday be
was given trial. He went to tbe
half mile post in 1:00, and was
ooming home at a 2:10 gait, when
he stepped In a bole, and came near
falling. To-day he was lame in oue
fore leg, and Hlckox decided that
It would be Impolitlo to start bim
r'saeaatrs Banud West.
Kanbas City, June l.—The foi*
towing overland passengers wbo
paaeod Topeka May 81, via tbe A.T.
and S. F. R. R., and ara due InS-n
FranoUoo Jane stb: GH Holland
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
and wife, 8t Louis, Mo; Mies J
Willard, Chicago; Mra G W Long,
Leavenworth; J A Kirkland, Sau
Francisco; J W Sboud, Blooming
ton, Ills; J Birmingham, San
Francisco; J F Swift and wife, San
McaaUai anil Murder.
Denver, June I.—At half past G
last evening E L Stickuey, a min
ing man, entered the boarding
bouse at the corner of Seventeenth
and Stout street, while tne board
ers were seated at table. Hepulled
a revolver and opeued lire ou M. T.
Campau, causiug bis instautdeath;
and unotber bullet pierced Mrs.
Devereaux through tho heart. It
ia said that Campau haa for some
time had improper relations with
Mis. Stickuey, but was drawn on
by ber for blackmailing purposes,
aud that two months before be was
compelled, at the point of a dagger,
by Stickney, to sign notes amount
ing to 110,000, He paid several,
and tbeu refused, and could not be
compelled to pay tho remainder
because no consideration was stated
iv the notes.
Galveston, Juno 1 —The News,
ot Gainesville, Bays that John
Thompson shot aud killed Deputy
Sheriff Charles and Sam, Mere
dith and li. Krilht, wliti attempted
his arrest upon v warrant for cairy
ing concealed weapons. Thompson
escaped into the Territoiy.
lr« t|ii»is wic, Ue.bj
Ei'soji Downs, June Ist.—Tbe
race for the Derby stake? came off
here to-day en I was won by Iro
quois, un A Duncan liorte, with
Pilprftii second and Town Moor
The Stanley stakes for two-year
olds was won by Kerdesee, Isabol
second. Nine ran, Including
Keene's colt. General .Scott.
Tiih l>ri liy — DstitiiM ,»i u.e it ,e#«
Epsom Downs, June I.—The
horses went to tho starting post at
3:04 p. M The betting immediate
ly before the start was 11 to 2
against Iroquois and 14 to 1 agaiust
Don Fullano. The jockey Archer,
who rode Iroquois, received a tre
mendous ovation on returning to
weigh. Iroquois won oieverly by
half a length, with two lengths
between Peregrine and Town Moor.
The time of the race was 2 minutes
and 50 seconds. Lorillard backed
Iroquois when a yearling for this
race. Tho crowd at the course was
immense, 19,000 people arriving by
rail from Victoria station alone.
The Prince and Princess of Wales,
the Duke aud Duotlcsi Oounaught
aud a large party of friends were
Tlie Epsom Manor stakes for
two-year-olds was won by New
haven, Rouge George second,
Keene's Nortli Star third.
A Bavitw of the Condition ot tbe B.itli and
Spring Strset Schools by a Committee of tho
Board of Education.
At a special meeting of, ths B /aid
of Education beld Tuesday evenlup,
present, Wlduey, Ellis, Llndley,
Workman and Lacy, tlie report of
tlie committee appointed to exam
ine tue condition of tlie Spring aud
Bath streets schools was received
and adopted, uud ou niotiou lhe
Secretary was instructed to have
the same published in the Los An
On motion Board udj.mined
Wm. Lacy, Secretary.
Los Ancieles, May 23, 1881.
To the Board of Education ofthe
City of Loa Angeles:
Ukntlemen:— We, your special
committee, appointed to Investi
gate aud report tbe condition of the
achoolliouse ou Bath street and the
sohoolhouse located on Spriug
street, submit the following:
The Batb street budding has a.
very forbidding exterior. The play
ground is email und is uivided
throughout its length by the main
irrigating zunja of this city. This
swift ruuuiug stream is about
twelve feet wide and two feet deep.
The fence surrounding tbe play
ground lias been iv a very dilap
idated, useless condition, but is
now beiug supplanted by a *üb
atantial oue of good height. The
privies bave been of a very prim
itive type, and, as a necessary con
sequence, detrimental to health
and good morals. These nuthouses
have Just been replaced by excel
lent Water-closets. (If it shall bo
decided to abandon the Bath street
building as a school house, these
water-closets can be removed with
out damage and witli very little
Ou enteriug (he ecbool bouse
first floor—we tin j tbe timbers very
much decayed and worm-eaten.
There is but oue school room on
this floor, and it ia dark and badly
ventilated, lhe ceilings are low
aud, were It not for the faithful en
deavors of the teacher to impart
by various devices an air of cheer,
fulness tv it, we would be loth to
believe that this was a public
The upper story constitutes au
other school room. Tbo entrauce
is by a very steep flight of stairs
that are greatly decayed. These
stairs bave beeu recently repaired,
but it ls Impossible to make them
suitable lor the purpose intended.
Should the building get on Are and
the children get started down this
steep and narrow way it would add
auotber terrible entry to the al
ready frightful record of panics iv
public buildings. The school
room on Ibis floor is much bright
er and more beautiful than the one
below, yet the ceiliug is very low,
the system of ventilation ts Inade
quate and everywhere is (o be scon
the marks of decay tbat would nat
urally follow the nearly thirty
years of constant service tbis build
ing bas undergone.
In conclusion we recommend
tbat this building be condemned
as soon as othsr accomodations can
be secured, end epltomlte our reas
ons as follows:
Ist.— Insufficient room.
LOS ANGELES. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 2.1881.
-J —Lack of ventilation.
, 3J.—Poor light,
i 4lb.— Dangerous entrance to Uie
• second story.
fHh.—General decay from thirty
THE SI'RINO STREET SCHOOL
| The Spring street building was
characterized as "jail-like" in a
i Los Angeles dally a short time ago.
That term probably conveyß a good
Idea of its outward appearance, and
yet candor compels us to acknowl
edge tbat the editor of that paper
owes an apology toinost of the jails
* In the United Htales, for they as a
rule present a more cheerful and
Inviting appearance than tbis
sobool building, Tbe grounds are
far more sightly than those of the
Bath street house, hut they are so
low tbat the Wuter stands on them
and through its stagnauey is a rich
source of miasm. Tbey cannot be
Ailed without throwing the water
back oa the building, the floors of
wbich are iv direct OOUt&Ct with
The privies are not connected
with auy newer. The 111 th in the
vaults has been for years and is
now steadily accumulating uud
permeating the atmosphere with
Its poisonous vupora.
The school building is old. A
portion ol it fell down i\ lew years
ago and was repaired, but
great cracks yet remain iv it.
There vie two rooms on the lirst
floor, Tbe largest one Is occupied
by a teacher who has one hundred
and forty pupils. rshe teachts
about ninety 01 then! la tlie morn
iug aud Hfty lv the u.i rnoi ti. The
floors of this room—as wo p.'t vi
ously stated—lie directly ou the
grouud, causing v constantly chilly
moisture to pervade the atmos
phere. We were told that fre
quently in midsummer Ores must
bo kept burning lo aiake the place
inhabitable. It is dark and gloomy
with no system of ventilation. Wo
were not surprised when we
learned that lhe teacher, having
an ominous cough, bad left for tbo
balance of the BChool year.
The other room ou this floor is
much smaller than tho room just
described and quite similar iv char
acter aud history—tho former
teacher losing her hoalth and re
signing her position with a serious
lung trouble. Here, too, for lack
of room the teacher is obliged to
have a portion of her pupils come
in the forenoon and another divis
ion iv the afternoon.
We go up stairs by a very narrow
flight of steps ou tbe outside of the
house. Here we find tbe worst
school room we have been In, ceil
ing very low, atmosphere very de
pressing. Here were braces run
ning from sidetosidetosupporttbe
walls and yet when the little chil
dren went through an exhilarating
callatbenio exercise the building
swayed to and fro.
The second room on this floor Is
tbe best in the building but even
it is miserably lighted and poorly
ventilated. Tbe teacher here also
Is obliged to divide her school,
hearing one dlvisiou in the morn
ning, the other in the afteruoou.
The roof leaks and during the past
Winter tbe water has poured into
We shall uot enter into more de
tails but respectfully refer you for
further information to a report by
Col. J. D. Biokuell, condemning
this building, and to a protest
against its use fur school purposes
from tbe Health Officer, both of
which are on file with the .Secre
tary of tbe Board.
In conclusion, we urge that im
mediate steps be taken that will
quickly result in selling or demol
ishing the Spring Street School
building, and tbat oue of at least
double Its capacity be erected iv
time to be oicupied by the begin
ning of the next school year.
We feel tbat it isalmost criminal
for us to go on crowding children 1
aud teachers in tbis dangerous
house. We desire here also to en
ter our protest against one teacher
having two sets of pupils. We be
lieve tbat accommodations should
be provided so tbat each pupil can
bave instruction In school botb be
fore and after noon.
R W. Ellis, M. D. ,
Walter Lindley, M. D.
The Ava Supais.
North of Prescott and in the Bu
pal country, exists a line mineral
belt which must be utilized aud be
come the properly of the white
man. Tbe country is claimed by
the Lillians and they expect protec
tion iv their rights, They have
valuable orchards, good agricultur
and grazing lands, all that an In
dian desires. Now it seems lo us
that the government should survey
tbeir lands and set apart for tbeir
use all lauds not mineral, aud those
containing the precious metal
should be declared prefectly free to
location by prospectors. Already
numerous parties are developing
immense ledges iv tbat country
and immediate action should be
taken to insure tbem against inter
ference ou the part of the Ava Su
pals, wbo are an independent aud
quite well-beliaved|people. Tbe
mines of Supal are within 40 miles
of the Atlantic & Pacilic Kailroad,
hence must become very valuable.
— Arizona Miner.
THE BIG BOOT!
1 hereby fuinouucp to my (rlCuds ami
the publlo lv general tbat 1 have
MY BOOT AND BHOK STORE from BS
To 113 Slain. Street,
And designated It tbe
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Wbere I am now prepared to supply ev
erybody wltb tbe latest styles of Boots
and Sboes at prioes never before equalled
In Loa Angeles. Come and see me.
mylMm D, NaoLK.
E. MABTIN & CO.,
24 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles, Cal.,
408 Front St., San Francisco, 131 Front St., Portland, Ogn.,
Importers and -Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
Sole Agents for the Milton J. Hardy Whiskies.
#S=»PROPRIETORS of the MILLER'S EXTRA, J. F. CUTTER and ARGO
NAUT brands of OLD BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES.
$6£=»SOLE AGENTS of the Anheuser Brewing Association, St. Louis, for
BOTTLED BEER; STERN & ROSE, Sunny Slope, Wines and Brandies; CUCA
MONGA VINEYARD COMPANY.
Saloon Keepers of Southern California, Arizona and New Mexico:
Buyers will find at our establishment a large and well assorted stock of EVERYTHING
appertaining to the Liquor and Wine trade. Private parties desiring WINES and
LIQUORS, imported or domestic, can be supplied with old and choice goods by the
gallon or bottle, at Reasonable Prices.
US A CALL, E. MARTIN & CO.,
mrl,tf 42 Main Street, Baker Block.
T"} /v T7"Tca sewing
BEST TIS THE WORLD.
PERMANENT BRANCH, 148 MAIN ST.
„„.,, JOHN BURNS,
LAND FOR SALE.
3.10 ACRES OF fP.RIUABLE LAND,
Most beautifully located, l miles from
the Plaza; tine view; magnillceut soil for
VINES OR TREES,
No Wnsto land; southerly exposure;
two uevcr-faillug springs of water on I de
From city ditches or Los Angeles City
Water Co's mains,which are laid up to it.
Price, $20,000; one-hall cash, balance ou
time. Apply to H.M.JOHNSTON,
mylO-lui East Los Angeles,
The American Colony.
Tills new colony for Los Angeles coun
ty is now forming,to locate ou the
Fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties
looking for a desirable location to make
lumen should see these lands before pur*
chasing elsewhere. Parties can go and
see the Colony tract and rot urn the same
day from Lot Angeles. For further par
ticulars apply to or send siamp for Col
ony map. prospectus,etc to W. E.WILL-
MoRR, Baker Bloclc, Room 1, Los Ange
les, Oal. fn2» f
To Los Angeles Farmers
J. Sresovich, at Tucson,
Is prepared to receive
CONSIGKMEHTB of LOS ANQELES FBUITS
And all kinds of products of the farm
and dairy, and to sell tbe same on
afe»AUvanofis will be made on Poultry,
Egirs und Butter. i. SKKSOVICH,
uSOtf Tucson, A. T.
TO CON i'ItACT !)RW
CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN RAIL-1
ROAD COMPANY, J
San Diego, Cal., May 14th, leal. )
Ulds will bo received until noon ot
MONDAY, MAY HO, 1881, lor Ihe GRAD
ATION OF THIRTY MILES OF THE
Profiles can be seeu at the office of tbe
Company, In San Diego, where speclilca
tionß and forms for nropoaals will be no -
ulshed ou upptlcation.
JOS. O. OSOOOD,
The Company reserves the right to re-
Jeot any and all bids. ml7-lOt
EXAMINATION of TEACHERS
Notice is horeby givuu that au elimi
nation of teachers will bo held by tho
County Board of Education, iv (100 D
TEMPLARS' HALL, commencing
TUESDAY, JUNE 216T,
At S o'clock a. M., aud continuing three
days. All applicants for certificates
must be present at tho commencement
of the examination.
Ky order of the Board.
J. W. HINTON,
Los Angeles, May 21, 16,1. inMtd-dAw
A SURE OURE.
It kill* pain, itching and Inflammation
at once. TRY IT. For sale by all drug
gtita. Price, SS eta. a bos, my63m-L
HENRY Mi RMTTH. T. B. BROWN,
A. W. HUTTON. Dlst. Atty.
SMITH, tmO»VN& HUTTON
Attornoyg at I.nvf.
OrHoo-ROOMS Nos. 11l Hli.l Ml. TEM
PLE BLOCK. mar 11-tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. OO AND 87. BAKER BLOCK
H. M. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office-ROOMS 70 AND 77, TEMPLE
JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
<Jraves & Chapman,
Attorneys He Counsel -
loi-H at Law,
Room No. 0, Bailor Block, relit
j. a. Eastman, a. j. kino,
S. HALEY, JOHN ROJiARTS.
Eastman, Haley, King &
Attorneys »it Law.
OFFICE—No*. 8,4, E and 0. STRELITZ
BLOCK, Bering street, Los A iikclc*.
i Will practice lv tbo Supreme and all
Stato Conns. Particular attention paid
to land and mlulug cases. 01-lm
8. C. HUBBELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms : and*
DucommaD s Block, corner Ma.v .V
Commercial streets, Los * «■ eles. may7-tl
NEW YORK BREWERY
LAUTH & STECKER
(Successors to Cbris. Henne) Pioprletors
Tbe CLEAREST. PUREST and MOST
BRn,LIANT LAGER BEER South of
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLES
lii'.L<;R promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from thla Brewery
denes comoetltlon In the State. mrf-tf
I). MA H LSTEDT, Proprietor.
The purest and most delicious LAGER
BEER manufactured lv Kouthorn Cali
fornia. Orders for Draught or Bottled
Beer lilted on short notice.
OUR GEER IS NONPAREIL. Jelu
Called for and delivered to any pari
of the city, by
J J. Phillips, Adams C .
Orders can be left at the bonk store o
Mr. Ham Hellman. Spring St. olio
m mmm \ m \ mmm M a?
a I i
x Z "^1
NOW ready, the
New Fall Style Dress Hats
ear All the leading shape* Id SOFT and
STIFF FELT HATS.
H. S. ORME, M. I),
Surfreon and Physloinu
Office—NO. 74 MAIN ST., Lanfranco
Block. Residenoe—No. 23U Spring struci.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his office to Rooms £j. 27
and m Baker Block.
KTEye and ear diseases treated with
tho care of a specie list. ap22
earOfflcoand Residence—EAST SIDE
OK MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST.
Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON,
I*li vMiclnn and S*virrg;eon
Offloe and Residence, Fort Hill, Buena
J. HANNON, M. 11.,
MASCARBL BUILDING, UP STAIRS.
Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.: from
1 to 4 P. M. ap'2o-tr
J. W. HOLLINCBWORTH,
Rooms 3 aud 4, over City of Paris store,
J. U. BURKS,
Office In new City of Paris building.
•a-Dental Work at Eastern Prices.-see
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Sto ecta
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
—aw n —
■o. Ie tlenuaenlal agree*, near
■callroad Depot. tnrtn-tf-
H. BLOTTER BECK
7T !>l«,in Street.
Guns* Pistole, Rifles,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Also a Hue SHOOTING GALLERY.
OK FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY.
For Santa Catalina.
THE SCHOONER ROSITA
Will take parties to Catallua island for
bathing. Parties can oonie direct to San
Pedro In their own conveyance and their
team* oan be cared for In my paature.
Campers must bring their own provis
ions and camping equipments.
PASSAGE, round trip S I
Children naif price.
For particular, write to
CAPT. A. W. TIMMS,
■aaPedro, Wilmington P. 0., Cal.
UOODALL, PERKINS * CO.. A OF. NTS
Ban Franolaoo and Loa
SCHEDULE KOR ■ «\Y.
Cnmlnc Bomb 00.
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.STRAM It* I] 11 |* ki
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Orizaba.... May. 3 May. 5 May. I May. «
.Senator.... " * " lo '• 12 " M
Omaha.... " H '• 16 ■ R " lv
nenator.... " ls •• at >• 22 " SI
Orizaba.... " Sj .
Henator.... " 28 " 90 Line 1 .Tun* - I
Orizaba.... Jnne 2 Juna 4 " 6 " a
Both steamships oan at Port Hariord
(SanLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara.
The Company reserves tba right ' o
change the steamers or their day. o(
CUANUK OF HOUR.
aayPassengers ror Ban Franelaoo take
the train (or Wilmington that leaves
Los Angelea at 10:30 o'clock A. M.. Los
Los Angeles and San Diego
Orizaba and senator.
Leave Han Pedro tor Ban Diego May 5,
lOTla. W, 2't, 30 and June 4.
Passengers take tbe train that leaves Loa
Augeles for Wilmington at 3.45 P. Jg„
Log Augeles time.
Rates ol Fare (rom Lot Angeles.
To San Franelaco Ilfi 00 flO 00
To Port Harford Q 00 0 00
To Santa Barbara boo » 00
To Sau Diego 8 00 0 ou
Plana of steamera'cablns at agont'sorflee,
whore berth, may be scoured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Constantino leavea San
Bue.u avcutu ra and Santa Barbara for San
Francisco every Friday, calling at way
The steamer Newport, Plummer com
mander, runs between San Francisco
and Newport Lauding, calling at Santa
Cuu.San Buenaventura, Hueneme, San
Pedro, and Anaheim Landing, (or
combustibles, way freight and passen
gers, leaving Han Francisco about every
ten days, a-, tides serve on lhe Newport
for Passage or Freight aa above,or
(or tlokets to and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Local Agent, Office, No. 66} Main
street, over the Comr -Tclaf!
Loa Angel a.
S. P. R
Sunday, May It 1
And until farther
Will leave LOS ANOELE3 aa follows:
8.011 A- M.-DAILY-3.P. At'aulloEx
■UU press for Yuma (Colorado Klver
r .earners), Maricopa (Prescotl), Casa
Grauile, (Florence), lucson, Benson,
I Toinbsione), Deming, N. M. ((or A. T.
aud B, P. It. it.l aud Hosts cor El Paso).
8,/r A. M.-DAII.Y—San Francisco
.Iw Tbrougb Freight aud Thlid
cia*s Accommodation train.
9 .Q1l A. M. —DAILY- Via L. A. *I.
•OU K. K.-!.»ral train
vi bauta Monica.
WiOC A M.—DAILY--I.ocal passenger
•OO train to Wlliulnstou.
2 ."HIP M.—DAlLY—Kxa.pt Sunday—
.OU Looal passoager iraiu toColtou.
3 .0il P. M.- DAILY—LocaI Passenger
.OU train to WllmiUKtou.
4. rfl P. M. —DAILY—Local Passenger
,jU train lo Anaheim audSuutu Ana
tSau iilego i
5-nn p. m whuavs kxoepi'kd—
■UU via 1.. A. oY 1. 11. li. Local, l'as
seuger Train lo sun to Mouica. (On Sun
,tay I bis 11 aln will leas a at liH P. M
s.ir P. M.-PAILY- Express tor San
.10 Franolaoo, eonneeaaPJ at Lathrop
wllfi trains of the Ceutral Pacific Kalf
road lor the East.
7./ C p - M.—DAILY S. I. Emigrant
• *v 9 Train ror Yuma. Tucsou aud
DeUilug (A. T. & ». P. It. It.)
A. N. TOWNE,
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger and Tloket Ag't.
E. E. HEWITT,
Assistant Superintendent., Loa Angelea.
BEE RANCH FOR SALE,
SITUATED V (HIT MILES FROM
Wtthtwo iwolUM bouses, barn.cblck*
un-huiiv - uiul Uoney bouse; plenty ot
E»i>J mountain water brougbt to tbe
out.es iv pi.'fs; n large stook or Italian
bees, In Un- most Improved style ol
blves, togetber with all tbe appurte
nances necessary lor tbe use and opera
tlon of tbe bee business, l*or further
particulars Inquhe at 28 Main street, or
address P. O. box 9M, Los Augeles, Cal
SPRING ST., below tb. Postoffloe.
aerWSDDINQ CAKES AND FANCY
CAKES of all style, always on hand.
■ar ATTRACTIVE NOVELTOM IW
theHolMaya, Give aaeeesli.
J Ma *, (OKDMAOBER.
NO. 105 I
BANKING HOUSES. .|1
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS
Of Loa Angel—,
CAPITAL aOOeOOO 00 I
Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO
L o' uuodw ,*>r- L><AJ '—va
JOHN MILNEB. .TLswietaiy •
BOARD OF DUtBOTOaa.
L c. oooawia, a. aiuanu.
Pan. GAtaraa. Km. AatenSt
X .changa tor tale oa
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB- 4
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
Receive Deposits ana Issue Theft |
Ba, and Hal
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY.
AND CITY BONDS.
LOS AN6ELES COUNTY BANK, j
Lot Angelea „ Ca
Capital Stick (paid up), 100,000
J.S. BLAUSON rmllll I
K.S. BAKER. VloeJiaeMoß
H. L. M ACNE1L................ ....CaahVao
J. S. mlausos, A. W. BowatAS
V. A. HOOVXB, ROBXBT 8. BAKSa
J. Bixby, Oao. W. Paaaoor
R. M. Wnwar.
Buy and sell exchange on Baa Fraaataaa, *
New York, London, Parle. Bar 111 ana
Bay exchange on all parte of the Dalle
States aad Europe.
Receive money oa open account aad Oa>
uncaie of Depo.lt, and do a caaaral
banking and exohanae onalaeee.
°F LOS ANOKLCO
t. c. BOLLBiaaua
b. .F. srasoa
. ' onto Wot toe.
'. Uf Member, of reatefc
and all Master Maaona ta
are eordlaUr Utyltad.
olive upoca. Me- mm.
meets every Thursday mnla£al
7 o'clock, at tbe
Downey Blook. All eojouralnr KoSht"
In good atandlng are 'orillallylnrnSd.
I. A. DUNSMOOR.orP
CE. Milks,K. of ft, a v
Lotangelei Chagtor No. SS, Uf 4:>
t stated eonsreeauoae oaaa
MONDAY of eaob moa£
7K p. a. at Masonic nSE
rtojourninx sompeaßioas la
good >landing oordlally la.
T a?W.^DELMajl, h. ~
Cteur»-"-- "i-i miii n_.
t:- • 1
Holds Its stated conclaves at the Aay.
am In Masonio Mall, on the Third
THURSDAY of cash month, at 7>,o'olo«k 1
r. v. Sojonrnlmj Knights Templar In
good atandlng are cordial ly Invited to s> 1
tend. By order of the
■J*. BU ' M
J. O. LiTTUDTau), Rsoordsr.
Ui tntelet CeaaeH Na. 11, Ratal mm !
■aleat Maetsrt, F. * ■..
Holds Us stated aasemkdiea OB ths etjt
Monday or eaoh month at Msaoale »*ri
at 7:30 p. a. Sojourning OompaaUgaufal
food atandlng aro fraternally larltad a*
attend. By order ofthe Th;. HI!-
R. G. CUNNINGHAM, BllWilt,
l o. Aaiael— lodsreMo. aa,I.».«KsT
gfVHa w £d *Z •
<SJ| BBS/each week at 7% Q'alsaE. m* ' i
lourning brethren la aead •;
atandlng are oordlally Invited.
.„_ „ „ F. EATON. M. « I
A. Fbanx, R 8.
Confidence Engine Csipany Na. t»
. regular m pai I— a -/
1 hail ibis Oompamywiu taheplaaa
-LBBL on the rfrst Wednssday aM. \
«B niog of se»9h saoath, al Hf
JBm Bsfc o'clook. By order,
CHARLES KEfUB.Bee, |
To Grain Shlppera.
All grain arriving here by rail or leal aaa .A
consigned to the undersigned tor ahtp ;J|
' meat will be stored FREE FOB WTfW A
All grata remaining la any
' or a longer Urns will be charged lar » ,J
the rate or TS eaata per tea. tMriaMO