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VOL. XV. ', I'shfMl SVSty morning axor.pt Mon day, BY .iDsmriJ i>- IjVJNcju. rSffMI FOB DAILY HERALD: fer uinura, by niall i« *«pr*s* W six utontua " " J rhrne months " " - Delivered by carriers, per week 36 cants US ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD is puhilHlind every Saturday morning. TERMS. Oue vear.b/ mall orexpress,onsoopy..s3GO Six month*. " " " " •» 1 H rhr.'e " " ...1W Adveriisomenls inserted at reasonable ral;«. All hiuii* ol Job-Work done to Compete with Nn» frsucHco in Prlee.Style, aud Kleajanoe ol Work* nUM.et.ID. . Late Telegrams. fjliituKrM In tlie OOUeera nf to* fit »»• Univrrelti. San Francisco, June 3.—lt is ascertained that at the next meet ing of Ibe Regents of the State University, the Advisory Commit tee will suggest the removal of President Le Conte aud Professors WelckeM, Gumfelrlz and Philip, instructors in mathematics, Span ish aud Hebrew. It is reported on the authnrity of Regent Ashburner that the change is made to increase tbe efficiency of the University, aud with a view of pruning some of the higher salaries' and increasing some of tlie lower ones, who do the bulk of ihe work. Tlie report that politics h»d anything to do witli tiie matter is denied in into. .« M<**fas ""J Heard ir«m. San Francisco, June 3—John H., eon of Rev. J. It Hxrtwrll, bus been missing since May 221. A. dispatch was received Irom Hart- Well's sister in South Carolina yes terday, saying (tint tlie boy had ar rived there. H» had been kid napped by a iiiitn and taken to New York. On their arrival there the kidnapper had been killed, and the boy made his way to his aunt. No further particulars have yet been learned. Hiuii.'tf n*d a tv |r*.|«.u4), Ban Francisco, June 3.—A riot occurred at Botiyke, County Clare, Ireland, yeslerdav, in which lhe people io the number of hundreds resisted eigtity nf the police, who were making evictions. Several of the former were killed aud wound ed. Rioting Is iirevaleut in many localities, but the police co far have been victorious everywhere. freer* a* ur th* umr ffrtni, Redwood City, June 3 —The work of empanelling a jury ie pro gressing slowly in the Gray mur der oase, Tbree additional jurors bave been accepted, making eight Many jurors questioned have con eolentlous tcruples ugaiust the death penalty. Great iuterest was manifested lo day in tlie progress of tbe trial. The Court room was crowded. The wife of the defend ant waa iv Court aud several prom loent citizens of Southern Califor nia are in attendance. Tbe rulings of Judge Head are prompt and elicit general approbation. It is believed the jury will be completed this afternoon. Murdered for $240 Portland, Org. June 3 —J. W. W. Frauds, living at Haisey, Linn County came lo Albany yester day aud got $240 of school money, as he was a school director of Ha'sey precinct Hestarted borne on horseback. This morning his horse came home riderless, with spots of blood on the saddle. A party of men started in search of tbe missing man. Tbey found while Icrossing Kendall's Bridge, ten miles from Albany, Francis's coat, bat, necktie and collar and his purse cut open. Blood was found on the coat. The theory advanced is that Francis was murdered and his body thrown Into tbe river. Tbe whole country Is excited and several parties are looking for the body. (travel Hints anoi rtuwu Grass Valley, Cal., June 3.— Tbe large gravel mines around here have shut down for the present. Injunctions have been served on the Superintendents of the North Bloomfield and tbe Milton Gravel Mining Companies. These miues bave discharged between two and tbree hundred men, Quartz min ing is still being pushed ahead. Award rata Washington, June 3d.-The: British Government, through Sir Elward Thornton, has paid tbe £15,000 in the fishery award due tbe United rtales. Ballonror new Turk V. a. Scare Sen. Albany, June 3.—The first bal lot for a successor to Conkllng was as follows: Jaoobs, 50; Conkliug, 34; Wheeler, 18; Cornell, 20; Rog ers, 14; Bradley, 1; Folger, Crow ley and Senton, 2 eaoh; Ltapbam, 6; Woodlu, 1; Henry Ward Beech er, 1. Madden voted for Wondln and Goslln for Henry Ward Beecher. Beach is paired with Hoffman of Chemung, Lewis with Plnney and Crosper with Builer. No choice, and the Convention proceeded to vote for a successor to Piatt with the following result: Kernan, 50; Platr, 30; Depew, 30; Lapham, 2; Cornell, 14; Ward, 2; Vanoott, 2; Crowley, 3; Dutoher, 4; Miller, 8; Folger, 3; Tremaine, 8; Wbeeler, 1. Ta* B)eadJ asters' CaavoatlOe. Richmond, Va., June 3.-Over 700 Readjusts ra/ delegates are pres ent, wltb 76 oolored men. Speeebes, vary encouraging and complimen tary to tho patty, were made and reoeived witb enters. General Ma bone made a speech in whioh he thanked them tor their publlo ap proval of bis conduct and their un shaken devotion to the Jeffereonian principles of government. After the second ballot for Gov ernor H. H. Rlddleberger's name was presented and received with great applause. Riddleberger stated he was not a candidate before the Convention, and thought the office should seek tbe man. General Mabone was next nominated amid tbe wildest enthusiasm. Captain John Wise, one of tbe uomiuees, earnestly appealed to tbe Conven tion to bni-ritloe everything for the good of tbe party, aud to only con sider nominations with tbis objeot in view. He urged au adjourn ment, whicb, amid confusion, was agreed to, and the Convention ad journed till to-morrow. A Tuabont uud mii Uaauie lieee. Sandy Hook, N. J., June 3.— The tugboat Jake Briuds was blown up off here this morning and all band* lost.* sjcuerHl tjffftuft I ■iHtiupluna flOMk. laoe—l'lie Jewelry Msir s Uum. New Orleans, June 3 — General Grant ie greatly irritated over tlie Coukling affair and eagerly reads tbe dispatches. He ssys tbut Conk lim; lias beeu sbamefully treated and should be re elected to the Ben ate. He thinks that tlie new-paper abuse of Coukling is instigated by White House Influences, hut not by Garfield. JJe re-affirms bis letter lo Senator Jones, of Nevada, but will take do hand iv the fight Ha denounced Governor Youiik'h statetnbut of his connec tion with the U. S National Bank and Marine Bank, and says there is no truth in the story about bis lost Jewelry. His mission to Mex ico was, he says, highly successful. He got the concessions wanted, the only opposltiou being from rival subsidized railroads. Gen. Grant will gn lo St. Louis, Galena and Chicago after leaviuir here. »i» «rMan !K»-»»». Detroit, Juuo 3.—St. Ju lien's hurt is iv no degree serious. He was out on the tract Jogging tbis morning and to tbe baiter (his af terfloon. He allows nn lameness or evidence of injury, but Hlckok think* it wise not to put bim dowu to a fast miie over this track. He will bitch bim up und Jog him a little on Saturday, but will not speed him ut the Saginaw. That is his present Intention, Santa Clause is slightly oft; and did not take part in the Htallion lace to day. He lias had no exercise here to speak nf, ebb lly because ot Ihe bad weather. He will go in the Sagi naw mid continue through tbe en tire Michigan circuit Overman is seriously sick witli a sore throat and will mil probably do anything noteworthy before tlie Chicago date, Hlckok is lying ill at the houso of his friend, C»pt. Deuls, lv Ibis city, ot spinal disease, He looks like a very sick man. ll«-nf>"*nto Alt. .Iliil 1,. 12 c.»P'. Bkenham, Texas, Juue 3.—This morning, uenr Scaly, us the work train was switching, a number of cars wore cut looeo hy convicts in an attempt lo escape. Two were killed, four wounded, lw • mortally, aud one escaped. A Biouilr Tea a f:,«,»«><].-. Jefferson, Texas, June 3 — Last uight, iv Camp couuiy, four young while men visited the residence of Dennis Brotemui (colored;, wbo fired on (hem shooting Calvin Cope dead aud mortally wounding Israel Laguude. Tlie other two men killed the negro aud escaped. IfeieircMiiie; Accident. Leadville, June 3 —This after noon Walter and Lottie Smith, aged 4 aud 6 years, respectively, while playing ou a vacant lot, fouud v giant powder cartridge, which they attempted to break open to see what was inside, when it exploded throwing them several yards, and badly mutilating both tbe children. Their bands were both torn offnud their eyes blown out. A <JuU|>io . f Bum .ra Killed, Dallas, June 3.—Melton aud Baker, notorious burglars aud horse-thieves, were killed by a Hayes county Deputy Sheriff while resisting arrest. Pnaernor. B'.uuil Weal. Kansas City, June 3.—Follow ing are tbe passengers who passed Topeka via the Atchison, Topeka aud Santa F6 Railroad last nlgbt: C W McNutt, San Francisco; W H Graves, New York; B M Roberta, Red Oak, la; T A Arnold, O; Buy ers, Knoxville. Tbe o Ska Slakes. London, Juue 3.—Tbe Epsom Summer meeting closed to-day. Tbe Oaks stakes were won by The bais, Luoy Glitters second, and Myra third. Is It Double Taxation? , i' ruiu the s. F. Cbiookte.] The Supreme Court baa given a decleiou sustaining tbe Act of tbe Legislature which exempts tbe stock or shares of corporations from tszes. » • • » The opinion frankly concedes what Ihe journal istic bowlers against tbe Constitu tion bave always denied, namely, that "Ihe share (or slock) of each stockholder is undoubtedly proper ty." And yet Ibe concession was hardly necessary, considering tbat the Coostitutiou expressly declares tbat stook is property and taxable. But the Court argue tbat "tbestock of a co,-' r oraliou consists only of its franchise, and such other property as it may own;" that when a gas company is taxed for Its franchise, its pipes aud all Its tangible mate rial, or a railway company for its franoblse, roadbed, engines, ears, ties and rails, all tbe stock beld Id either oase Is double tsxation, wbicb tbe Constitution caunot be reasonably supposed to Intend. Certainly if tbe premises of this ar gument are true, tbe conclusion must be. But are tbey true. Is tt a fact tbat tba tangible material and tba franoblse of • corporation cover all tba Taint |of Ita property T Wi do not think - - LOS ANGELES. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 4.1881. so: nor, with all due respect to the Supreme Court, does tbe Constitu tion warrant such a conclusion. Let ns take a gas company for il lustration . It has 100,000 shares of stock of the par value of $100 a share, and quoted and selling at par in tbe market. Here Is a prop erty in stock as well worth $10, --000,000 as a hundred dollar green back ia worth $100. But this de cision says it is not taxable, be cause the company's franchise, pipes, mains and tangible material are taxed. But on examination of the Assessor's books it Is found that all this tangible material and the franchise is only worth $3,000, --000, and In fact they are not worth more. Tbere is, tben, very dearly a property vested some where in tbis corporation of the cash and market value of $7,000,- COO that Is not taxed, but that the Constitution Inteded to be taxed. Where is tbat property? It can be nowhere but In tbe stock shares. It is there, and the Constitution expressly makes it taxable. Tbe Act of the Legislature, which this decision sustains, exempts it by simply treating tbe constitu tional provision as a dead letter. The old law under whicb property was assessed last year provided that corporation property should be as sessed this way: (I) Its franchise and all else but lis capital stock. (2) That the market value of the stock snould then be ascertained, and if such value exceeds tbe as sessed value of its franchise and all otber property, the amount of suoh excess must be divided by tbe whole number of shares issued, and eaoh share must be assessed to tbe holder,foi it its proportionate value of such excess. Tbis was a luw in exact conformity with the intent of tbe Constitution, and there was nn such fallacy as "double taxation" In It. The last Legislature, under the false pretense of "double tax ation," exempted all property in stocks; that is tosay, exempted the $7,000,000 in one supposed case, and all like It, and lets the corporation off with au assessment of only three-tenths of its nroperty. This is nothing short of an outrage to other taxpayers wbo are assessed for all they owu at full cash value. Juan Carrillo's Sonors Mine. The Tucson Journal of June Ist, says:—A few days sluce a lot of ore, weighing 5 SCO pounds, and assay ing from $400 to $1,200 per ton, was received by J. 8. Morgan & Co., tbe mining agents of tbis city, aud ia now stored at their office, No. 6 Camp street, awaiting shipment to San Francisco. It Is from the Depus cuaoi mine, in Sonora, a property tbat ranks among the richest iv that State. It ia controlled by John J. Carrillo, of Los Angeles, Cal., and it is stated that Messrs. Morgan & Co. have about consummated its sale at a very high figure to East ern parties, though a definite an nouncement to tbat efleet would be somewhat premature. Death of Libut. Winchester. Lieutenant H. F. Winchester, of tbe Sixth Cavalry, died rather suddenly at Tombstone on Sunday morning. He was a native of Maryland, aud was a brave and gallant officer, and popular with bis comrades and his acquaintances generally. His remains were em balmed yesterday and fowarded to Maryland.— Tucson Journal, June Ist la||§ve rrof'.ireJ tropic*, fruits \y aadpliuiU. Is thorough in *ts Medicinal Action, and yet so agreeable to the taste that patrons of ten disregard our injunction to divide the lozenge into parts (say two doses) tb meet their respective cases. At the outset it is especially essen tial to observe the directions closely till one becomes ac e ijtoin;d to its use — when iild action and the most sai:isfact6ry results are sure io follow. Ll'Uei und DhndrCO, and tho«. who dl.llke taking Mill Hinl imii.enn. tucdli'lnea to aecure cathartic acUuu, i: a pluuaed with Ita agreMble qaalitiaa. Try it once, and you will esteem it highly as i ntfa, pleasant, and efftctlve remedy. Packed in bronzed tin boxes only. Price, 25 cents. Large boxes, 60 cents. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS THE BIG BOOT! I hereby nnnounco to my friends and tbe publlo la gentral tbat 1 bave REMOVED MY BOOT AND SHOE STORE from SS To 11*3 Main Street, And designated It tbe RED HOUSE BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Wbere I em now prepared to supply ev erybody witb tbe latest styles of Boots aad Shoes at prioes never before equalled n Los Angelas. Come aad seams. ■SjnWsa D. M AOLB. BBKanananahanmananaßa^ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 33. MJLKiTItXT & CO., 24 MAIN STREET, Los Augeles. Gal., 408 Front St., San Francisco, 131 Front St., Portland, Ogn., Importers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers. Sole Agents for the Milton J. Hardy Whiskies. of the MILLER'S EXTRA, J. F. CUTTER and ARGO NAUT brands of OLD BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES. fI6£=»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., mmf 42 Main Street. Baker Block. A TTTG2 sewing BEST lIV THE WORLD. PERMANENT BRANCH, 148 MAIN ST. OJW JOHN BUBNS, A S ent. LAND FOR SALE. ■MO ACRES OF IRRIGABLE LAND, Most beautifully located, \y, miles from the Plaza: fine view; magnlfloent soil for VINES OR TREES. No Waste land; southerly exposure; two nc ver-f ailing springs of water on the tract. UIHIGAULK From city ditches or Los Angeles City Water Co's malns.whlch are laid up to It. Price, 120,000; one-half cash, balance on time. Apply to H.M.JOHNSTON, mylO-lm East Los Angeles, The American Colony. This new colony for Los Angeles ooun ty is now forming, to locate on the CERRITOS RANCH Fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties looking for a desirable location to make homes should sea IheHe lands before pur chasing elsewhere. Parties can go and see the Colony tract and return the same day from Los Angelea. For further par ticulars apply to or send stamp for Col ony map, prospectus, eto, to W. E.WILL- MoHK, Baker Block, Room 1, Los Ange les, Oal. fe2'f ISM To Los Angeles Farmers J. Sresoviohs at Tucson, Is prepared to receive CON3IU-NMENTS of LOS ANQELE3 FRUITS And all kinds or products of the farm and dairy, and to sell tbe same on commission. ear Advances will be made on Poultry, Biggs and Butter. J. SRESOVICH, nSOtf Tucson, A. T. NOTICE XO CONi'HACTjJRS CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN RAIL-) ROAD COMPANY, } San Dieoo, Cal., May 14th, issl. ) Bids wllf be received until noon of MONDAY, MAY 30. 1881, for the GRAD ATION OF THIRTY MILES OF THE COMPANY'S ROADBED. Profiles can be seen at the offloe of the Company, In San Diego, where speciflca* tlons and forms for proposals will be fur nished on application. JOS. O. OSGOOD, Chief Engineer. The Compauv reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. m!7-10t EXAMINATION of TEACHERS Notlco Is hereby glvon lhat an exami nation of teachers will be held by tbe County Board of Education, In GOOD TEMPLARS' HALL, oommenolng TUESDAY, JUNE 21st, At 8 o'clock A. m,, aud continuing tbree days. All applicants for certificates must be present at tbe commencement of the examination. By order of the Board. J. W. HINTON, County Sup'l, Loe Augeles, May 21,1891. rn22td-dAw POISON OAK. HOORU'S REMEDY A SURE OURE. It kills pala, itching and Inflammation at ones. TBY IT. For sals by all dnur ftsU. Price, xS ots. a box. mjVttk.lM LAWYBBB. HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN. A. W. HUTTON. Dlst. Atty. SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON Attorneys at Law. Office-ROOMS No*. VI ulffl. 92, TEM- ■ PLE BLOCK. max 11-tf J. Brousseau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. nos. ao and or. maker ulock. must? H. 31. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office—ROOMS 78 AND 77, TEMPLE BLOCK. nlbgtf JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES. Graves & Chapman, Attorneys Sc Counsel, lorn at LaWi Room No. 0, Baker Blook. relit, J. O. EASTMAN, A, J. KING, S. HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS. Eastman, Haley, King & liobarts. Attorneys at Law. OFFICE—Nos. 3,4,6 and 6. STRELITZ BLOCK, Spring street, Los Angeles. Will practice Lv tbe Supreme and all State Courts. Particular attention paid to land and mining oases. 01-lm 8. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms ; and 4 Duoommnn'a Block, corner Mu.u it Commercial streets, Los an-eles. may7-u NEW YORK BREWERY LAUTH & STECKER (Suoceeaois to (juris. Henne) Proprietors Tbe CLEAREST. PUREST and MOST BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Sontb of Ban Francisoo. Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLES Bl'. KR promptly attended to. Tbe celebrated Beer from tola Brewery defies competition In tbe State. mrS-u "PHILADELPHIeA BREWERY! D. MAHLSTEDT, Proprietor. Tbe purest and moat delicious LAGER BEER nia-.iulactured in Southern Cali fornia- Orders for Draught or Bottled Beer filled on short notloe. OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. JelU Evergreen Laundry. WASHING Called for and delivered to any part of the city, by J J. Phillips, Adams ¥ . Orders can be left at tbe book store o Mr. Sam Hollman. Spring St. olSn D. DESMOND, os m a *m a m m ? I NOW READY, THE New Fail Style Dress Hats ear au ths leading- shapes Is SOFT and ■TIFF FELT HATH. PHYSICIANS. H. 8. ORME, M. D., Surtreon and Physician Office—NO. 74 MAIN ST., Lanfranco Block. Residenoe—No. 23s Spring struct. apM'tm Dr. Joseph Kurtz Haa removed his offloe tn Booms 23, 27 ; and 30 Baker Block. STEye and ear diseases treated wltb tbe care of a specialist. ap22 ~ Dr. Griffin, aarOfflce and Residenoe—EAST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST. ' Dr. N. P. RICHARDSON, Physician and fnrgeon Offloe and Residence, Fort Hill, Buena Vlata street. J. HANNON, M. D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN. MASCARBL BUILDING. UP STAIRS. Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Main atreet. Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.: from 1 to 4 P. M. ap2o-tf J. W. HOLLINCBWORTH, I) 10 IN TI ST. Rooms 3 and 4, over City of Paris store, spring Btreet. jai7 3m j. H. BURKS, IDEHLNTT IST. Office In near City or Paris building, aarueutal Work at Eastern Prices.-sse J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNER or Alameda and First Streets DJCALEBS IH DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES - »- Perry, Woodworth A Co.'s LUMBER, YARDS — ABO — PLANING MILLS, ■a. IS uaaaaeeretad street, near Kail road napot. aartn-tf- H. BLOTTERBECK 77 JMaiix Street. Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery, ......... AMD „. NPORTIMG GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Also a One SHOOTING GALLERY. ItKPAIHINO OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY. Stall For Santa Catalina. THE SCHOONER ROSITA , Will take parties to Catalina Island for bathing. Partlea oan oome direct to San I Pedro In tbeir own conveyance and their , teams can be cared for In my pasture. Campers must bring their own provls t lons and camping equipments. PASSAGE, round trip - f 4 Children half price. ' For particulars writs to CAPT. A. W. TIM MS, I Bsd Pedro, Wilmington p. 0., Oal. LINEBOF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST i STEAMSHIP COMPANY. GOODALL, PBBKINS A CO.. AGENTS SAN FRANCISCO. , Ban Francisoo and Loa Angelas. SCHEDULE FOR JUNE. Coming South Going North 1! if S S Orizaba.... Jane 2 June 4 June 6 June 8 Anoon " 7 " » •• 11 " 18 Orlaaba.... " 12 " 14 '• 16 •' 18 Ancon..... " X " IS " «1 " «• Orlaaba.... " 22 " 24 " 2* .", 28 Anoon. •' 87 •• 20 July 1 July 8 Orliaba..„ July 2 July 4 " 6 " I Botb s teaminips oan at Fort Hanord (SanLulaOblspo)and Santa Barbara. The Company reserves tbe right 'o change tbe steamers or their dayf of sailing. CHANGE OF HOUR. 4SVPassengers for Ban Franolaoo take the train for Wilmington tbat leavea boa Angeles at 10:80 O'clock A.M., Loa Angeles time. Los Angeles and San Diego I TH r aTHAXBBS Orizaba and Anoon. Leave San Pedro for San Diego Juno 4, V, 14,19,121,2», and July 4. Passenger, take tbe train tbat leaves Los Angeles for Wilmington at 8.43 p. at., | Los Angeles time. Rates ot Fare Irom Los Angeles. I Cabin. Steerage. To San Franolaoo... fa) 00 110 00 b Port Harford... 15 00 900 'o Santa Barbara 8 00 0 00 To San Diego 8 00 8 00 Plans of steamers'cabins at agent's office, where berths may be secured. FOR WAY PORTS. The steamer Los Angelea leavea San Inanaventura and Santa Barbara for San Franolaoo every Friday, calling at way porta. Tbe steamer Newport, Plummer com mander, runs between san Franetsoo and Newport Landing, calling at Santa Cruz, San Buenaventura, Hueneme, San Pedro, and Anaheim Landing, for combustibles, way freight and passen gers, leaving Han Francisco about every en days, as tides serve on tbs Newport bar. For Passage or Freight aa above, or for tloketa to and from ■astern Cities and Princi pal European Porte, Apply to H. McLELLAN, Local Agent, Office, No. 6&J Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Los Angel s. Se P a R a Re COMMENCING Sunday, May Ist, 1881, And until further notloe, TRAINS Will leave LOS ANQELKB as follows: 8. nn A. M.-DALLY-S P. Atlantlo Ex •UU press for Yuma (Colorado Klver steamers), Maricopa (Presootl), Caaa Grande, (Florence), Tuoaon, Benson, (Tombstone). Deming, N. M. (for A. T. and S. F. It. H.I and Rogers (lorEl Paso). B.IF8 .IF A. M.—DAILY- San Franelaco • ■ta Through Freight and Thlrd- Ulasa Accommodation train. 9 .0H A. M.—DAILY—Via L. A. AI. •OU K. R.—Looal Passenger train to Santa Monica. IfIiQRA M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger IU.OO train to Wllmlngiou. 2.9(1 p - M.-DAlLY—Except Sunday •OU Local passenger tram toCollon. 3 .0n p . M.—DAILY—LoeaI Passenger .0U train to Wilmington. 4>Cn p - M.-DAILY—LocaI Passenger .3U train lo Anaheim andSaula Ana (Ban Dlegu ) C.nn «*. M-HL'MJAYB KXCEPTED— 9.WU via L, a. al. 11. It. Local, Pas senger Trulu to Santa Monica. (On Hun day thlsliuiu will leave at 6:50 P. M.) r.ir P. M.-DAlLT—Express for San 3 .13 Francisoo, eonneotsng at Lathrop with trains ol the Central Pacifio Kalf road lor tbe East, 7 ./CP. If.—DAILY—R. r. Emigrant •la Train for Yuma. Tucson and l*au»s (A. T. & U. F. It. It.) A. N. TOWNE, General Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Tloket Ag'U E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent, Loa Angeles. BEE RANCH FOR SALE, SITUATED E OHT MILES FROM LO-i ANGELES, Wllh two dwelling houses, barn, chick on-houses and honey house; plenty ot E»od mountain water brought to the ouses in pipes; a large stock of Italian ' bees, in tne most Improved style ol hlvea, together wltb all the appurte nances necessary for the use and opera tion of tbe bee business. tor further particulars Inquire at 28 Main atreet, or address f. O. box 006, Los Angelea, Cal jaUU Capitol Bakery Ann CON IT EC TI ONE RT, SPRING ST., below tbe Postoffloe. eerWEDDINQ CAKES AND FANCY CAKES Ot all styles always on band. ear ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES ear tbe Holidays, Oiv* at* a sail. •TNsa ■. SOHCMAOHEB. NO. 107 BANKING HOUBBS. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS Ot Los Angelea. CAPITAL. .. aOO.OOO Op Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO JOHN MILNBR. -Boeretary BOARD OF DIBCCTOma. Isaias W. Rkllsas, JoaJr a, aaim p.w.cstrxD., ai-rlo«~ L. C. Goodwin, A. OLasspAu Phil. GAiiricß, Dos. Inrm Jon Mascajuxxm Exohange for sal* oa NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARTS, and BERLIN. Receive Deposit, and \tsm las* Csrtileatss. Bur and seal LEGAL TENDERS, GOVBRB MENT, STATE, COUNTY. AND CITY BONDS. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANI. MAIN STREET Log Angelas _ Us Capital Stock (paid up), 100.009 J. 8, SLAUSON — - Preesdeal &8. 8AKER........ VI us yisMieSa . L. MACNKIL. „.,„ OaskM* DIRECTORS. J. 8. Bladbob, A. W. Bowxab V. A. Hoovsa, Roanrr S, RaKae J. BrzßY, Geo. W. Pmaeoo* R. M. WIDHIT. Buy and sell exobange on Baa Fraasms, New York, London, Parts, Basils> aa*! Frankfort. Bay exohange on all parts at tba Dalte Stat** aad Europe. Reserve money on open sees ant aa* Oar tlflcate ef Deposit, aad do a general banking and exohange murines* FIRST NATIONAL BANK ' OF LON ANGELES PRESIDENT I. E. HOLLMBBUI OABHIEB B. F. IFBIOB o2Blf SOCIETY NOTICES. Mason lo Wot loe. a V V of thla Lodge are heldon t& /*4k4f\ Oral MONDAY inoaui ' T.so r. a. Member.of psatal. pba. No. 203, and all Hester Mason* Ie good standing are cordially invited. By order of tbe Ti. Mt- Oh as. Smith, flsmslail KnlflftU ot Pythias. OLIVB IaPOOK. n«. aa. meets every Thursday evenJac.3 7 o'clock, at tbe OsaUe-MUL Downer Blook. All eojounilnf KnlgaT In good atandlng are cordially Invited. 1. A. IIUNUMGOB.O. C. O. E. Mhjcs.K. of R a Los *njsl*i Chapter N*. SS, a.-. a... ■!• Stated convocations oa a* f>irO MONDAIf l/V L V f \A' TK p. m. at Maaonlo Hail; Isdf lxlf SoJoornina companion* la laaaaaxaxT Seoretary. <x^KNiqHTaTEMPLAW Holds Ita stated conclave, at tb* Aa> !!i m ..,iS~T I .S ,onIO Uail > *>" >b* TbiS THURSDAY ot each month, at IH o'oloeg P. H. Sojourning Knights Templar la good standin. ere oordlally Invited to at tend. By order of the . _ _ a;, o;. J. C. Lrrajs-ixttj. Recorder. La* angel** C*oe*ll Na. 11, Mail *j*J Select Msstsr*. F. * •*■„ Holds ita staled assemblies) 0% the *U Monday of eaoh month at Maeoala Bafi, at 7:30 r. v Sojonmlng Oompaalaas la good standing are fraternally Invited Ie attend. By order of the Tb. - . Hi:. R. o. Cunningham, B*sorder' Loe Auaelea ZMar* Jf*. ao, I. a>. ••P *BH BBreach WMk at TH o'eloeE. ao> . lournlng brethrea la gaod standing are oordlally invited. • „ „ X. EATON, m. a A. Fa auk, R B. Confidence Engine Company Me. 1 - regular Mmarpes a / laVt this Company will take alaaf M ]ML on tbe *vt» JM B n'ng of each moath, at IK JU tafeiO'ciook. Br order, CHARLES KETLER.SJea. To Grain Shippers. AU grain arriving here by rail or lea*** consigned to th* undersigned *sr shlp> 1 ment will be stored FREE FOB FITS DATS. AB grata remaining la mj psssieslas ' or a longer Mmc will he ihafSjsS aw a the rate at Ti seals pet tea, aasaass f UrJttsrage.