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Han Francisco, Junes —At a
meeting of thu Regents of tha.Uni
versity of Califoruia to-day, the
resignation of President LeCoute
was accepted, to take effect August
lit. The resolution of the students
of the class of 1831, accusing Pro
fessor* Moses and Hill ot seeking to
oust LeC-nnte uuil Welcker was
tabled. It W.-8 resolved that the
President's office be separated from
any speolal chair in the University;
that the insttuotor of Physics and
Mechanic* he Baerged with iliat ot
the Superintendent of the Physi
cal Labratory in the person of F.
Kioto, or., tho pretent superintend*
ent; that tha Übalrof Mathematics
ami the < liices of Instrnotors In
Spanish, Hebrew and Chemistry
be d< olared vacant, and so retuaiu.
The new io»le of sitaries proposed
■ was i win ted to a f|ieclal oominlttee.
The leslgoaiiou of Secretary
Mtearus was accepted. Ine Hoard
adjourned without going into the
election < f fresl lent.
A I'll' a.. •»' ft ..1... ..*.,,g 'i .. v in-iji-
I>r. vie.■.».'. BsiitsaMllsv.
San Fkanctsco, June 8 —In re
sponse to tbe call of a small num
ber of diluent, the oummiltes of
two hundred, orguulzed daring the
previous campaign in this city,
met last night und decided to nom
inate a olty ticket. Capt, VV. L.
Merry, of Merry & Faull, was se
lected lor Mayor. The lotentiou in
to make DOn-pallisao uominationH.
In riferonee to the suit against
Dr. Glent'i mentioned yesterday,
the fiiends of the Doctor »,»cit that
there ia no truth whatever iv plain
tiff's complaint. They say that
Dr. Glenn has been threatened with
this suit for some time because he
wouldn't pay money to silen?o cer
tiln blackni ti'eis.
Tne 110,1 ml vi iiha Pales a.
t'OLTON, Cal., June 8. —Al about
11:30 A. M. yesterday, while the
construction train wus distributing
telegraph poles about six mile
west of Dos Palm as, Bruce Jlc
Hugh, a laborer, fell aud was run
over, both lefts being cut oft. A
epeolul was dispatched from this
place with a surgeon, but before
the doctor arrived the unfortunate
man died. His remains wore
brought to this place, and nu in
quest was held over the body this
morning. The jury rendered a ver
dict that the deoeased came to his
death as abovo Mated. He was a
young man about twenty-five years
of age and stated bofore he died
that he had an uncle bearing the
same name in Urbana, Ills. The
remains were interred here to-day.
Clarence Urav'a Trial.
Redwood City, June B.—Dr. E.
VV. (.'rooks testified that ou the
night of tbe first article's appear
ance, Uray came Into the Morris
House, aud calling attention to the
article, said If Oianoy was responsi
ble, he would cowhide or horse
whin him. If Steams was re
sponsible, if he were not au old
cripple, he would shoot him. Mr.
Swift followed Gray to the door
and as Gray wont out ho raised his
hand and said: "If you see Glancy
tell him I want to see bim. I mean
wbat I say." Gray might have
aald something further at tbe door
which witneesdld not bear. David
Green tcstiiled to writing a state
metit for Glancy before Justice
Holt. Tlie defense Introduced
this statement, although thoy
objected to iti Introduction
when offered by tho prosecutiou.
Tbe statement differs from the
separato dying statements only iv
the fact that Glaucey is silent upou
the Biltject of his being unarmed,
Glaucey did not sign the statement,
saying bis arm was disabled. N.
J. Maley testified as in tho former
trial regarding the meeting of
Glaucey und Gray after tbe first
article appeared, when Gray made
threats of shooting Steams if the
Press printed anything further.
N. Shrewsbury testified as iv tho
former trial, except that Gruy had
one hand partly behind him at. the
time lhat Glaucey said "You sball
not pull a pistol on me."
Jo:6 Dominguez, being absent,
his testimony as given at the for
mer trial was, by conseut, read.
Henry Jenkins testified as before,
except that be was greatly con
fused during cross-examination by
Joues. His evidence conflicted re
garding tho position in which he
stood at tbe time of tbesbootlug.
He now claims that be was ou the
sidewalk aud did not see Glaucey
open tbe door; did not see the flash
of the pistol; does not locate Gray
as before. Took a drink with Gray
just before tbe shooting. The cross
examination is continuing and the
witness is badiy em harassed. Jenk
ins was theimost prominent witness
of tbe defense ln tbe former trial.
Alarnala* ■*■•*■■ Irom Cerk.
NIW York, June 8 — The Her'
aldfe Cork speolal says tbat alarm-
Ins; reports corns from tha west of
Ureeoußty Cork. Serious riots end
ifnt" ,>l art reported to bave
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
occurred at Bcbull, but the tele
graph wires are cut and lhe roadi
irom Schull to Sklbbereen are ton
up -und obstructed, co that it tl lm
. pusßlble to obtain authentic news
The cause of the trouble is tbe Id
tended arrest of Father Murphy
tho Parish Priest cf Schull, whicb
the people Intended to ro.lst.
Tii« iiiiiimi >■ ajbeay—Ceakllsij
l.o«.. u««<> oi in. RiMVaeii *>nt><M»rr>
Albany, Juno B.—The vole ir
j joint convention on the vac nicy iv
the United States Kenate for the
short term stooil to-duy: Jacobs,
50; Conkling. 34; Itogeis, 15; Brad
ley, 1; Wheeler, 21; Cornell, 19;
Folger, 1; Lapbum, 9; Tretnaine,
2; Harris, 1; Crowley, lj Dutcber,
1. Wheti tlie name of (J. H. Rus
sell wus oiled bo said that on eaoh
vote he hud thus fur voted for
the return of the late distinguished
Senators. "They were my choice
and my judgment at that time led
me togivethem my support. With
out desiring to make any distinc
tion between these two gentleman
I regarded CouUling as uiy ideal
tienuior. I have, however, just re
turned from my constituents and
am convinced by such evidence us
sb.oU.ld satisfy any fuir-mindtd per.
son that nine tenths ol Hie Kepuli
liOuus tbere are opposed to (he re
turn of the lute Senators. I have
a duty to perform to lbs ilepubll
cans wboseut me here, mul that is
to give voice lo their sentiment*,
and I therefore vote for Cornell,
The I'QOVeution proceeded lo vote
for a successor for Plat', with lhe
followinii result:_P,att, 2<J; Ker
nan, 61; P»p»w, Tl; tiaphuua, 4;
Cornel', lv; Fulger, 4; Tremaine,
1; Crowley, 4. No choice, Ad-
l.vrrhN. ~f Aura, !.•*, Uillr»ic«-s,
New York, Juue B.—The Her
aid's London dispatch states lhat
the number of outrages iv Ireland
Is Increasing. The figures stauij us
follows: January, 819; February,
170; March, 146; April, 296; May,
327; ami foi tho lirst week iv June,
ending last night, O'J. They In.
elude attacks on properly, attempt
ed murder, cattle houghing, iticeu
die.risn) aud other offings*! directly
traceable to agrariauitm.
turn '<? iit»».iii If,.], ~| ~, j«ew
E2'kl,l | Mil,.-.,
Concord, June B.—lndications,
rather point to the non-election of
United Stales. Senator by tbe pres
ent Legislature, though the matter
is not yet determined. Leading
caudldaies for the nomination, ex
cept Senator Rollins, oppose an
Washington, June 8 — Pcstiuss
ter General James has issued an
order that, all official matter ema
nating from any of Ihe Depart
ments of iho Government
hereafter tie treated in every re
spect an first clans matter, unless
tho newspaper or envelope distinct
ly Males tbat the packngt a enclosed
arer printed matter. Tlie Secretary
of Ibe Treasury has issued a circu
lar for the information and guid
ance of the officers of the Depart
ment, uud requiring lhat official
communications sln.il be properly
briefed by tho writers.
Slrlel About r-ri!.,,,
WASHINGTON, June 8 —Garfield
pardons far less oriuiiuah tban
Hayes. Since the 4lh of Match
hundreds of applications for par
dons inive been tiled iv the Depart
ment of Justice, but only four have
been granted. During the last ad
ministration tlie average of par
dons granted per month was be
tween SO aud 40. Attorney General
MoVengli scum every application
closely and Inquires rigidly as to
It," Hhhi OMtltnl el 1.0 t1,111..
Leadville, Juue B.—Tho out
put of the Leadville mines for May
is the largest save one in tho his
tory ot the camp. Tho smelters'
output Is $1,112,068; the mill out
put, $110,000; raw ore output,
$125,000. Total. $1,355,003, an in
crease over Apiil of $379,308.
A Hi..,,,)* Uiieum Stew.
East Saginaw, Mich., June B.—
A gang of circus roughs, i v a scrim
mage with some of the villagers ul
Chesaniug, pounded a policeman
to death, fatally hurt Fred. Wenzel
and seriously bruised others. Five
H.11.u.l Uieeiilmeu Couveullou.
St. Louis, Juno 8 —29 members
of the National Greenback Labor
Committee are here. Aftor aspirited
contest until eleven last night, they
elected Jesso Harper, of Ills, us
Overluuil l nt.seuaeiH.
Kansas City, Juue B.—Tba fol
lowing is a list of the overland pas
sengers who passed Topeka Juue
7th 1 L Krowes, Now York; L
Kosanris, do; Chas Harvess, Mari
etta, O; J D Hard, Baltimore, O;
A P Murgttllon, Mrs J Schllleu,
At*Hll,er MnltS I C',ueri«lH,>,
City of Mexico, June 8.-—Major
Francis Degreso signed to-day an
important contract for the railroad
from Laredo to this city, skirting
the Gulf and extending to the Pa
cific This concession, like others,
is completed by tho authority
granted by Congress, requiring no
further notion by that body.
Winnipeg, June B:h.—A Courier
from Fort Mo Lend reports a battle
on the plains near Fort Walsh be
tweeu tlio Blackleet and tlie Crows
in which sixteen of the latter were
Tt,l.fcr.\pu .tie.* lv r/i.l|tjle,
Berlin, June B.—A dynamite
mine was discovered uuder tbe
metal close to tho Galshlnu rail
way station, conueoted with a bat
tery tv tbe railway telesrapb office.
All tbe telegraph officers have
The Lime-Klin Club.
• ■Let me warn ye," began tbe
old man aa Pickles Smith bung up
tbe water dipper end sat down wltb
a heavy Jar; "let me warn ye dat :
da man who baa mot' Inimies am ,
LOS ANGELES. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 0.1881.
■ tie man who flatters bieself on bis
i blustnees, truthfulness an' common
i sense. De grandest motto on airtb
■ am de one which says, 'Spoke de
. truf at all times,' but it nlu't de
• wisest one to foller. I has foun'
i dat exaggerashuu pleases whar
i truf hurts, an' dat flattery amuses
whar truf engenders anger. Spoke
I de truf of your nayburs, an' oue of
. you will bave to move inside of a
ya'r. Spoke de truf of yer friends
, »n' you will be confronted by a If
t giou of inimies. You may know
in your owu mind dat dis man am
".rpW»i dat one a rascal, au' do
odder right up und down wioked,
but you must not talk whut ye
know. Oue blunt word will upsot
a bull uayburhood. One trufui
statement will raise up a host of
bowling inimies. Do pussou wbo
. won't flatter an' cojole am avoided
and supected. Da biggest Inimies
1 bave in all dls world am people
who have had my bonest opinyun,
an' to whom I have spoke de plain
truf. Only one man out of fifty
axes yer honest opinyun wid any
ideab of'ceptin'it if it differs from
his. Not one In a hundred axes
yer ailvleo wid nny ideali of
folloriu'lt onless it jine-i wid his
"Darfore, I say to you, hi blunt
only when you have no keer for
friendship. Be trufui only when
you atu ready to make inimies.
Condemn only when you am all
packed up an' ready to become a 1
hermit. Tell a lie about a man an'
he will grin ober it. Hit bim wid
truf, an' be will fuller you until be i
has sfcurcd revenge. In walk-In'
aroun' fur half a day I kin make a
score of men friends by pralsln* de
looks of a hat, da set of a coat, de
grace of a step or de lit of a new
par of butes. Months and months
ago I dropped a word of praise for a
cur dog whicb was trottin' 'Jong
behind a citizen. De odder day
dat same man walked past twenty
to gib mo a job of-white washin'.
Fact is, though I'm old au' bald- |
headed an' stoop shouldered, It does 1
me ti heap of good to have some
man stop me ou the street an' lie
to me like blazes in saylu' dat I'm '
lookto' as young as ti man of thirty.
Wid dese emblematical remarks,
frown off without written notes or
of prevus preparashun, I will now
abscond an' permit de regular or- I
dor of blzness to be prooeeded ,
with."— Detroit Free Press.
frutta \jf aid flftuta.
3fa thorough in
Vvio2?. ? and yet
ihe Easte thai patrons of
i disregard our injunction
a- divide the lozenge into
part (say two doses) to meet
their respective cases. At the
outset it is especially essen
tial to observe the directions
.1 i.;cly till one becomes ac
e : in. J to its use — when
mild action and the most
satisfactory tesults are sure
L.hHm iinil oWldrsti, md IboM who diuliko Inking
.Uiu und nftuMoui medic int.-* to uecure cathartic action
iro ospoclrdlj pllMMl with its agreeablo qualities.
Try it ones, and you will esteem it highly as
i safe, pleasant, and effective remedy.
Packed In bronzed tin boxes only-
Price, 25 cents.
Large boxes, 60 cents.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTSt
THE BIG BOOT!
I hereby announce to my friend* and
the publio lv general tbat 1 have
MY BOOT AND SHOE STORE from SS
To 114 Maiu Street,
And designated It tho
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Whero I am now prapared to supply ev
erybody with the latest styles of Boots
aud shots at prioes never before equalled
n Los Angeles. Come and see me.
my 17 lm D. NauLK.
Hot for Catalina Island!
THE GREAT BATHING* HUNTING
AND FISHING RESORT.
Tbe yacht DON GEORGE, Captain Ed
ward Johnson, will commence running
to Catalina on or about June 15, making
regular trips during the season. The Don
Guorge will start irom the Wilmington
wharf, thus saving passengers the ex
pense of transfer of baggage, on Tues
days, Thursdays and (Saturdays, Re
turning, she will leave the Island on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Fare for the round trip. $1.
JOHN MORRISON, Agent,
Christy & Wise,
AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS
Anil .COMMISSION MERCHANT* tor
the sale of Wool. Hides, Tallow,
Uraln, Live Block, etc.
Alao, Wool Bags, Twine, Dips and all
Ranch Supplies furnished customers at
•07 FRONT ST., between Jackson and
Paolflo. SAM FRANCIBC J.
tiOS ANGELES OFFICE.
fel-lm t ABO ASIA BLOOK.
24 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles, Oal.,
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.
AGENTS of the Anheuser Brewing Association, St. Louis, for
BOTTLED BEER; STERN & ROSE, Sunny Slope, Wines and Brandies; CUCA
MONGA VINEYARD COMPANY.
tJsg=»Merchants, 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.,
mrttf 42 Main Street, Baker Block.
TV TTJCI SEWING
J--'-"- V JLi^DrVIACHINES
BEST XIV THE WORLD.
PERMANENT BRANCH, 148 MAIN ST.
~„, JOHA WUELIVM. Agent.
LAND FOR SALE.
3-10 ACRES OF IRRIGABLE LAND,
Most beautifully located, \y, miles from
the Plaza; fine view; magnldcent soil for
VINES OR TREES.
No Waste land; southerly exposure;
two never-falling springs of water on the
From city dltohes or Los Angeles City
WaterCo's nialns,whlch are laid up to It.
Price, 120,00 V; one-halt cash, balance on
time. Apply to H. M. JOHNSTON,
mylO-lni East Los Angeles,
The American Colony.
This new colony for Los Angeles coun
ty ls now forming, to locate on the
Fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties
looking for a desirable location to make
homes should see these lands before pur
chasing elsewhere. Parties can go and
see the Colony tract and return the sa me
day from Los Angeles, For further par
ticulars apply to or send stamp for Col
ouy map, prospectus, etc, to W. E.WILL
MOKE, Baker Block, Kooin 1, Los Ange
les, Oal. tV'2;f
To Los Angeles Farmers
J. Sreaovloh, at Tucson,
Is prepared to receive
CONSIGNMENTS of LOS ANQELE3 FKUITS
Aud all kinds of produots of the farm
and dairy, aod to sell the same on
BWAdvances will be made on Poultry,
Ejus aud Butter. i. SKESOVICU,
nHOtf Tucson. A. T.
TO COX X'ItACT DHS
CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN RAIL-)
ROAD COMPANY, !
San Dieuo, Cal., May 14th, lfcsl. )
Bids will be received until noou of
MONDAY, MAY 80, 1881, for the URAD
ATION OF THIRTY MILKS OF THIS
Profiles can be seen at tbo office of tho
Company, ln San Diego, where specifica
tions and forms for proposals will be lur.
nlshed on application.
JOS. O. OSGOOD,
TueCompanv reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids. ml7-lOt
EXAMINATION of TEACHERS
Notice is hereby given that an exami
nation of teachers will beheld by tbe
County Board ot Education, ln GOOD
TEMPLARS' HALL, commencing
TUESDAY, JUNE 21st,
At 8 o'olosk a.m., and continuing tbree
days. All applicants for certificates
must be present at tbe commencement
of tbe examination.
By order of th. Board.
J. W. HINTON,
Los Angeles, May 21, 1891. m22td-d*w
A SURE OURS.
It kills pain, 1 taking and inflammation
at one*. .TRY IT. For sal. b»«ll drug
gists. Frioe, 85 ctsj. a box. rajeSm.ls
HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN,
A. W. HUTTON. Dint. Ally.
SMITH, BROWN & HUTTON
Attorneys at X.ivw.
OlDce-ROOMS Nos. 91 and 02, TEM
PLE BLOCK. mar 11-tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
NOS. S«l AND OT. lUKKH BLOCK
ii. M. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Offlce-IIOOMH 7H AND 77, TEMPLE
JNO. M. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES.
Umvos k Chapman,
Al m &, CouuHel.
lors ut Lnw,
Room Nu, b, Baker Block. follt
J. G. EASTMAN, A. J. KINO,
8. HALEY, JOHN ROBAItTS.
Eastmitu, Haley, Kin<* &
Attorneys at Caw.
OFFICE—Nos. 3,1,5 and 8. STRELITZ
BLOCK, Spring street, Los Angeles.
Willprootlco lv tbo Sucreme and all
State Courts. Particular attention paid
to laud and mining oases. 01-lm
8. C. HUBBBLL.
ATTORNEY A 7 LAW, Rooms end 4
Duoommnn's Block, ooraer Ma.n A
Con&merolal streets, Los A n -elos. uiay7-tt
NEW YORK BREWERY
LAUTH & STECKER
(Suceeesots to Chris. Hence) Proprletois
The cr.EAKEST. PUREST and MOST
Billl* J ANT LAGER BEEK Month or
Orders for DRAUGHT or POTTLEI
lit Kit promptly attended to.
Tbe oalbebrnted Boer from this Brewery
dories coi Eipetltlon ln the State. mrfi-tf
I). MAHLSTEDT, I'roprlotor.
Tho purest and most delicious LAGKH
RKEIt mauulactured lv Southern Cali
fornia. Orders lor Draught or Bottled
Beer tilled oo abort notice.
OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. Jell/
WASH I ITQ
Called for and delivered to any pnrt
ol tbe city, by
J J. Phillips, Adams f .
Orders can be left at tbe bonk store o
Mr. Ham Hellman, Spring St. oltl
t II *
NOW READY, THE
New Fall Style Dress Hats
U. 3. OBME, M. D.,
Surgeon and Fny alciau
Offlce-NO. 74 MAIN ST., Lanfranco
Block. Residenoe—No. 239 Spring street.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed his oflioe to Rooms 'a, tl
and 80 Baker Block.
ey Eye and ear diseases treated wltb
the care ot a specialist. ap22
avOfflce and Residenoe—EAST SIDE
OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST.
Or. ii. P. RICHARDSON,
I 'ii v teioinn and purgeon
i mice and Residence, Fort Hill, Buena
J. HANNON, M. D„
MASCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS.
Residenoe, Cosmopolitan Hotel,
Office hours from 10 to 12 A. M.; from
1 to I P. M. apAMi
J. W. HOLLINCSWORTH,
Rooms 3 and 4, over City of Paris store,
j. U. BURKS,
Onico lv dowCity of Paris building.
BOrDenlal Work at Eastern Prices.-w
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
UIC AT.EBB IS
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodwortit a Co.'s
— A MD —
80. ■• eesuoental street, neai
HallroMd Daunt, mrw-tr-
H. BLOTTER BECK
77 oVXjviu (Street.
Cuns, Pistols, Rifles.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Also a line SHOOTING GALLERY.
OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY..
For Santa Catalina.
THE SCHOONER ROSITA
Will take parties to Catalina Island for
bathing. Parties can come direct to San
Pedro la tbeir own conveyance and their
teams oan be cared for lv my pasture.
Campers must bring tbeir own provis
ions and camping equipments.
PASSAGE, round trip... £4
Children naif price.
For particulars write to
CAPT. A. W. TIMMS,
Ben Pedro, Wilmington P. 0., Oal.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
' STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
GOOD ALL, PERKINS & CO., AGENTS
San Francisco and L,oa
SCHEDULE FOR JUNE.
Comlug South Qolng North
tl H H 11
Orizaba.... June 2 June 4 June 8 Jane 8
Ancon..... " 7 " 8 •• 11 •' IS
Orizaba.... 12 " 14 " 18 1 1»
Ancon " IT " * 19 " 11 " S3
Orlaaba.... "22 "24 " £6 " 28
Ancon •' 27 •« 29 July 1 July 8
Orizaba... July 2 July 4 " « " 8
Botb steamchlpa call at Fort Harlord
(SanLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara.
The Company, reserves tbe light ' o
change the steamers or their days of
CHANGE OF HOUR.
•SB-Passengers ror Ban Francisco take
the train lor Wilmington that leaves
Los Angeles at 10:90 o'clock A.M., Los
Los Angeles and Sanßiego
Orizaba and Anoon.
Leave San Pedro ror Ban Diego June 4,
9,14,19,i2i, 29, and July 4.
Passengers take the train that leaves Los
Angeles for Wilmington at 3.45 p. X..
l.os Angeles time.
Rates 0! Fare from Los Angeles.
To Run Francisoo.... Sl5 00 flO 00
To Port Harford „ 12 00 9 00
To Banta Barbara 8 00 B 00
To Ban Dleco ....„_ 8 00 6 00
Plans of steamers'oablns at agent's office,
where berths may be secured.
FOR WAY PORTS.
The steamer Los Ac gales leaves Ban
Buenaventura and Santa Barbara (or Ban
Francisoo every Friday, calling, at way
The steamer Newport, Plummer com
mander, runs between Ban Francisoo
and Newport Landing, oalllng at Banta
Cruz, Ban Buenaventura,Hueneme, Ban
Pedro, and Anaheim banding, for
combustibles, way freight and passen
gers, leaving Han Franclnoo about every
teu days, as tides serve on the Newport
For Passage or Freight as above, or
fur tickets lo and from
Eastern Cities and Princi
pal European Ports.
Local Agent, Office, No. 66, Main
street, over the Commercial Bank,
Los Angel 8.
S. P. R. R.
, Sunday. May Ist, 1881,
And until ftirtbsr hutlee.
Wilt leave LOB ANGELES as follow!I
1 O .nil A. M.-DAILY-S.P. At'antioEx-
O.UU press for Yuma (Colorado Btver
steamers), Maricopa (Presoott), Caaa
Grande, (Florence), lucson, Benson,
( Tombstone). Deming, N. M. (for A. T.
aud s. F. It. It.) and Rokts (forßl Paso).
8,/ C A. M.—DAILY—San Francisco
•40 Through Freight und laird
' class Accommodation num.
9.« in A.M.-DAILY-Vla L. A. AI.
•OU it. It.—Looal PaaaonW train
> to banta Monica.
ItVftls A M.—Aaff-Y- I xal
J.U.00 train ftWin)lngto u.
2' .Qfl p Sunday
,oU I^alMHWigertrain loCollon.
3 .9n ''• l>l --f> WPkY—Local Passenger
,0(1 tralu lo vjimtlngion.
4' .Cn i. M.-»AIOY-Local Pa*»l>g*»
.OU train lo Ahljielm anddui.ta -.na
- (sun Ulego)
s.fin5 .fin ' ■ M-SUaSaYB I XCiiI'TED
■UU via 1„ a. dr I. It. It. Local, Pas
senger Train io santa Moulna. (On Sun
day this 11 uiu will leave at 6:50 P. M )
r,|C P. M.-DAlLY—Express for San
w.lw Francisco,oonnecttueat Lathrop
Willi trains ol the Ceutral PaolOo flail
a road lor the East.
7./t V. M.—DAII.Y-M. P. Emigrant
,f|g Train for Yum*. Tucson and
tanning (A. T. A B. F. 11. It.)
> A. N. TOWNE,
T. H. GOODMAN,
■ General Passenger and Ticket Ag't.
X E. HEWITT,
Assistant Snperlutendeni, Los Angeles.
BEE RANCH FOR SALE,
SITUATED V 'HIT MILES FROM
Wilhtwo dwelllnst houses, barn,chick*
*. on-houses and honey house; plenty ol
good mountain wat-r brought to the
nouses lv pipes; a large stook of Italian
~ bees, ln the most Improved style ot
hives, together with all the appurle
_ nances necessary for tbe use and opera
tion or the bee business. For further
particulars Inquire at 28 Main street, or
address P. O. box 988, Los Angeles, Cal
I Capitol Bakery
SPRING ST., below Ihe Pos'offlce.
*arWEDDINO CAKES AND FANCY
CAKES of all sly les al ways on band.
9W ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES for
th* Holidays. Give me a call.
dWua H. SCHUMACHER.
FARMERS' A MERCHANTS
Of Lo* Angelas.
CAPITAL 200.000 OO
Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO ;|
ISAIAH W. gljt.T.HAlf tieaMsai
JOHN MILNEB. ..IJmSXS!
BOARD OV DIRBOTOMU
Uaui w. hbixman, lima n nnii
Rxebaage fer sale oa
NEW YORK, LONDON, BY»-
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARTS,
Receive Deposits and Issue Task
Bur and B*l
LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, OOUNTY.
AND CITY BONDS.
LOS AN6ELES CODmBANI.
Loi Angela*. „ 00 /
Capital Stock (paid up), 100,000 1
J.S. BLATJBON rilStlLl
t.B. BAKER.... _ •"Il l nillSl
. L. MACNEIL. .. OMkIW ;
J. B. Sursoir, A. W. Bowkab
j v ßVßv°r EB> iss^.wsioS
R. M. Wiaan.
Bay and sell exchange on Saa Fiaiieasas.
New York, London, Parti, Berlin aaj
Bay exohange on all parti of the Unit*
States aad Europe.
Receive money on open account aad Use •
tlOcate ef Deposit, and do a ■Mill!
banking and exebange IwslaiSzV
NATIONAL BANK j
OX- LOS ANGELEO
PBBBIDEBIT 1. E. BOLLEIECUI
OABHIEB b. p. utra i
SOCIETY NOTIOEa J
V vi this Lodge an bald ea 2*
XV\ ilrsi MONDA V ofeaoh aaaata IS) .
f▼ N J:JO p. m. Member.of fCntaJ. 5
Pha. No. 209. and all Maitar Mamu la
geod standing are oordlally invited.
By order of tha W.'-Ml
chas. Smith. Secretary.
meets ..fry xParSSI evatlti!t|
7 o'clock, at the (SutJV-I*s V
Downey Block. All solonmiiSV.B!.'
In good standing are -~T ISTTMaV
Lei tngebs Ckgfttf Na.lt, ■;• 41
- 7>4 r. m. at Maaoaie BSD!
VA lxH ""'"•"-■-! —nrwinSl!)
•..«;• t:. I
Hold! its stated conelaVrs al the A»j»
I uiu in Masonio Hall, ou the ThuS M
THUIiapAY of eaob month, at 7}»*o'clort I
p. M. Sojourning Ku',il.'.» Teu'plai la . J
, good standing are oordiH.iy ii.vitou lo ai> •*
tend. Hy order of the ,|
J.O. Lrrruyixtt.D. Record sr.
Loi •nttlN ConaeJl Ne. 11, Rsfrttw* 2
BUtal Master!, P. * mtw\T M
Holds Its stated assemblies, dk the e*b ""i
Monday of each month at Msinal"" J
' ut7:Bo p.k. BojonnUng cSneSfiTkl
go<Ki standing are laffcl a.
attend. By order of tha Tk;. Hi:- 4
It. G. CUNNINGHAM, ItHMill
— — ——■—————— I 1
i AigelM IMgell. M,Lt,aj) ;
louralng brethrsn ia SMd "*f
standing are oordlally Invited. ■••
. F. EATON, S. S
A. Frank. R. B. i
■ — —— i
• Confidence Engine Corastaity Dp. 4 E .:
_ REGULAR IUBSnaaS •<J
I mammW CHARLES KEfLK*.Mea J
. To Grain Shlpporo,}
All grain arriving her* by rail ac teasaf M
consigned to lbs nndssetgaed far
msnt will be stored FEES FOB SMS,
All grain remaining i* aay
or a longer Urn* wUI be obliged Qafc
tbe rata ot TS ceats net tea, kS
Wllßlattea. ita, MM, ijm
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