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**olillHhe<l every morning except Mon day, —-BY —- .ioshipii D. LYNCH. TERMS FOR' DAILY HERALD: fer annum, by ms.il or ex ureas 810 Six months " ° Three months '• " ...mm. ■ Delivered by oarrlers, por week......as oeuts OS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD la published every Saturday morning. TEHMH. One year.by mall or express,oue oopy..SBW Sis months, " " " "-J Jl Xbree " " " . " " -1 <* Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates. All Kinds uf Job-work <love to Compete wltn Nan Frunotaco <n l»ri<u.,Htyle. and Klesfknoe <>' Works mnuelilii. Late Telegrams. l*»aaeinr»'VM Ai.<i..a*. Ban Francisco, Juue 17.—The steamer Ancon sailed from Han Francisco ut 9:30 A. M. with the following passeugera for Los Ange lea: H M Myer and wife, Mrs C Meyerholze, Nelson Vanderallp and family, Mias Jennie, Huzeltoti, W Hammond, S B Little, J Mo rulla, Mra Bile. sn.me ef Buutti-r Hut. San Francisco, June 17th.—The anniversary of tin battle of Bunker Hill waa observed to-day by the firing of salutes ut sunrise anil noon. A liberal display of bunting from flagstaff's of Uie city anil by the (nipping, ami it largely attend ed picnic at Beliu'lit. Whnl«lUl£-.hi It*!!!*. Washington, June 16—The Treasury Department to-day pur chased 335,000 >>iiiiri h of live silver for the Philadelphia and Han Francisco minis. Secretary Lincoln bus referred to Ge i. Sherman a letter from Secre tary Kirkwood relative to the al leged establishment ou tbe South ern Ute reaervation of h new sta tion by the Denver anil Rio Grande Bail road. They are erecting there saloons, dance-bouses, etc. Secre tary Lincoln requests I lie General to take the necessary and proper actio.i towards removing tlie in truders. Beutley'M Hesiuu .im,. —«-.iit.y iv Kfllr.. Washington, June 17—Com missioner of Pensions llentley, in resigning, takes occasion to write a letter showing the great im provement of Ihe service, Ihe great economy and tbe great honesty wblob hsve characterised his ad ministration of tbe office. He wishes tin 1 Administration ami his successor Complete success. The President's request lor ills resigna tion waa no reflection on his per eoual or ofHeial integrity, but was based on complaints of his man agement aud reorganizations. It is uuderstood that the President of fered him v foreign appointment and he declined it. The evening papers say that Pit ney, the Cuatodittii of the Treasu ry, will retire at the close of the fiscal year, and that Gen, BS, W. Whlttakerof thia city will succeed him. He wan Custer's Chief of Staff during the wur, aud a promi nent republican member of the Towpath Club. eraiM Tnrnws Mhw Likiii oa c 1... VoberiNitia Sii.hii..wli«.i». New York, June 17 — The Her ald?» reporter at Pktalmrg, Pa. ( has intervlewel Grant. i'he latter aald tbat Garfield is a man without backbone; a man of fine ability, but lacking stamina. He wants to please everybody, uml is afraid of incurring the entnily of nil the men who are uroiimi Dim. Tills is why he threw a sop to Coukling and Piatt. Robertson's appoint ment, I am sure, was settled before March lltb. Yea, before the Chi cago Convention. Kobertson knew tbat If my nomination could be prevented lie would become Col lector of New York. Ido not sup pose he had a direct, pledge. Tne contract was with Blame, and Blaiue is keen and wary. Bobert- Bon, however, knew be was to get tbe appointment. Blame failed and Garfield was uninitiated and pledged to Robertson, who stood witb Garfield. He bad to appoint bim, yet be waa afraid to say co. Why did uot he say open ly "I am going to appoint Bobert sou." Ido not think Blaiue haa personally aaid airy thing to Gar field iv the matter. He wants to be in position to say that since he has been Secretary of State he haa never inteifered with any appoint ments, aud thinks that be can say that be has uot said any i lung, but still through him Bobertaon's nom ination was dictated and through him insisted upon. The reporter naked: "Are you going to New York to take part iv the light?" "No; I have business tbere, uud I am out of pt. linos, except as a cit izen who exercises tbe right to vote and think as be pleases." ■'• V«w Ouufcllna'a MtMmir, Albany, June 17tb.—The ballot taken to-day was as follows: Ju> eoba, 47; Ciinkling, 27; Wheeler, 36; Cornell, 8; Lapliam, 16; Brail ley, 1; Folgor, 3; Tremaine, 8; Crowley, 1. Matuleiae—aalheri«i*ii »• Deuver. Denver, June 16.—About Dnon to-day, James Moon, a notorious ■ambler, was shot and instantly killed by Clay Wilson, auother gambler. Tbe shooting resulted from a quarrel about a woman. Moon threatened Wilson's life, aud to-duy started to put bim out of a saloon, whan tbe latter turned and tired, producing four wounds, any one of whloh would have caused death. Tbs Duke <t Sutherland and Krty arrived u*re last sight. They its for Now Yjsrk Saturday. Los Angeles Daily Herald. Blake raiaeea Ur«.w.iesi iv nut. u*w. Cincinnati, June 17.—Eight oaaea of drowning occurred here yesterday. Mix happened at once, in tbe Ohio river, ln tbe western part of tbe olty. The men were at work at Fleming's ooal landing nud were coming aabore in a skiff. Bight bad got into the skill', wheu two more jumped iv and threw the whole party into tbe water. George Kilkoff, nine yeara old, of Louis ville, here ou a visit, waa drowned while bathing in Mill creek, and Felix Devlne, nine years old, was drowned wbile bathing in the Ohio river, near Pendleton. Tl» I'aatmaT lau.ur. Chicago, June 17.—Grlaoom be gan tbe twenty-first day of bis fast at noon. Hia weight is 171. He claims that be ie in Bret class con dition, but be looks pale and weak. Physicians consider his condition remarkably good, Yesterday's heat weakened him, but the more comfortable temperature of to-day ia favorable. O. rl .•>»! I'lUN.rus.r.. Kansas City, June 17.—The fol lowing overland passengera passed Topeka last night via the A. T. and S. F. li. X , due al Sau Francisco the 21st: John Yance, J H War ner, ti A Klncht, no residence given; W Bryson and son, Dcs Moines, Iowa; N W Gardiner and wife, Los Angelea. lfi.uiawri.aio Noon! unai.iuh. Dcs Moines, lowa, June 17.— The Democratic State Cotiventiou haa nominated for Onveruor L. O. Kin ner, Q. M. Walker for Lieut.-Gov ernor, uud H. B. Hendercott for Su preme Judge. »a«»Ntr..lt* lv New Orlei.ua, New Orleans, Juue 17,—1t has been bot for the paat tbree daya. There were thirteen sunstrokes, aeveu fatal. ,tlnaic»u IS-we. City of Mexico, June 17.—Ca millo Vallertla, a native Protest ant minister, was fired at yesterday by au infuriated Mexican Catholic, at Texcuuo. He escaped uniujured, but before he could complain to the authorities he was imprisoned ou the charge of being the attaokiug party and committing assaults ou women, Bishop Butler is making efforts to have him released. Major Degress left for New York to confer with Gould and Hage iv regard to the recent concession for a loud from Loredo to Mexico. Priedo aud Pambo get six thous and share-in stock of the Topolo vampo Company for the use of their names, besides oue-third of tbe subvention of $8,000 per mile. Priedo Is a brothei in-law of the President aud Pambo is a Senator from Oaxuca The conditions of building the road are severe. i.,i.er, „i Aeeemletage—■ An oui.H.e Paris, June 17.—The Senate to day adopted the bill granting the right of public meeting. Au attempt was made on Wed ueeoay to blow up the statue of Thiers, at St. Germain, with a box of gunpowder. The statue was slightly injured. Inquiry into the on-rage has been instituted. A Wroi'lied M.tvsrelau. New York, June 17. —A London special says tbat advioea from St, Petersburg aay that the Czar still keeps himself a close prisoner at Qatachiua. Sappers and miners have dug up every rod of ground within v mile of tbe palace lv the search for mines. The water used in the palace is brought from St. Petersburg, It haa beeu rumored that tbe Nihi lists have tampered with the sup lily al Gatschinu, and the troops employed In guarding the palace are changed every day. The Czar and family left for Peterhoft ti -day. Tlie commander and officers of the guards!)ip Potzinoff, lying there, have been removed and placed un der police surveillance, the Nihi lists' proclamation and copies of the Will of thfi People having been found on hoard the vessel, I'he Czar is suid to be a complete wreck. Some days he shuts himself up in his cabinet and refuses to see even the members of his suite. He in tended some time ago to make Kieff the capltol of Busala, but the receutoperations of the Nihilists in tbe southwest have fright ened him; and, moreover, altbougb the Russian press is silent on the subject, the peasants in the Kieff department threaten an agrarian war. The Czarina Is prostrated wiili nervousness. Ignatieff's at tempts lo stamp out Nihilism are laughed at by the leaders of tbe movement, and it is now evident that the contagion is rapidly spreading iv the country, while tbe peasants, rendered des perate by cruahiug burdens, are no longer to be de pended upon. Not lonpr ago a few leading nobles of the moderate party waltetl upon the Czar and urged him, If be valued the aafety of the empire to grant a liberal con cession to the peasants and formu late a scheme of constitutional re form; but ho summarily dismissed tbem aud they were notified by tbe police next day that it would be wisdom on their part not to meddle with the Emperor's affairs. THE BIG BOOT! I hereby itunounce to ray friends aud tbe public ln general tbat I have MY BOOT AND SHOE STORE from To llvf Main Street, And designated it the KED HOUSE BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Where I am now prepared to supply ev erybody with the latest styles of Boots and Shoes at prion never before equalled v Loa Angeles. Come and see me. myl7-lm D. HAULS. Aft,, f^Ml..Mils. maurlssleTwly LOS ANGELES. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 18.1881 MISCELLANEOUS. Vrepared frosvi/Tj X I tropical fruit* * ud pIMU. Is thorough in its Medicinal lotion, and yet so agreeable i > the taste that patrons of r.cn disregard our injunction lo divide the lozenge into parts (say two doses) to meet their respective cases. At the outset it is especially essen tial to observe the directions closely till one becomes ac ■ : -m l to its use — wben nild action and the most satisfactory results are sure to follow. biuHlM 'Mi l children, unj Mum- wlia dislike lakiug ili!m mill imu.cuu. medicines lv .enure cathartic action, aril en-eel,)!, plceacil wilh its agreeable qualities Try it once, and you will esteem it highly as » sate, pleasant, and effective remedy. Packed in bronzed tin boxes only. Price, 25 cents. Large boxes, 60 cents. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS* EXAMINATION of TEACHERS Notice is hereby given that an examina tion of teachers will be held by the City Board of Examination, in the High rioiiool Building, Los Angeles city, commencing Tuesday, July sth', At nine o'clock a. v., and continuing three days. The following studies are required for a Second Orade City Certificate: Arithmetic, grammar, geography, composition, U. B. history, orthography, defining, penman ship, reading aud methods of teaching. All the above-named and the following additional studies are required for a First Orade City Certificate: Algebra, natural philosophy, natural history, physiology, English and American literature, princi ples of oivil government, book-keeping, industrial drawing, vocal musio ana the elements of political economy. All the above-named and the following additional studies are required for a High School Certificate: Rhetoric, general his tory, geometry, chemistry, geology, astron omy, mental philosophy. All spplicants for certificates must be present at the oommoncenient of the exam ination. Per order of tho Board. MAKY A. HODGKINS, jelltd Secy Board of Examination. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. THK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholder! ot the Main si reet and Ag ricultural Park Railroad will be held at No. 3 Commercial street oa tbe first Monday of July next, at 4 o'clock p. m , for tbe election or a Bjard of Director., and the transaction ot such other busi ness as may be brought before tbem. JOHN O. WHKELEU, Secy. Los Angeles, Cal., June luth, 1881. JliMd Uo! for Catalina Island! THK GREAT BATHING, HUNTING AND FISHING RESORT. The \acht DON GfcORGE, Captain Ed ward Johnson, will commence running lo Catalina on or about June 15, makiug regular trips during the season. The Don Grorgewlll start irom the Wilmington wharf, thus saving passengers tbe ex pense of transfer of baggage, on Tues days, Thursdays and Maturdays. Re turning, she will leave the island on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday*. Fare for the round trip, $1. JOHN MOKHIbON, Agent, ap24tf Wilmington. IOJB CREAM! Great Reduction lv Icecream! On and after June Ist, Ice Cream will be served at the Ocoldental Restaurant And Ice Cream Parlors, No. 118 Main St., AT 10c. PER PLATE, WITH OAKE. Also, at wholesale or retail: Half Gallon 750 | One Gallon $1.25 Ail over cue gallon, 91. On short notice, will serve nil parties, picnics, etc., from one to luo gallons. MR. BROWN,the manager. Is enabled to sell at thlß rate by having tbe cream frozen at the Los Angeles Ice Factory by machinery. These will be the finest Ice Cream Parlors aud Confectlonerlea on •Soul hern California. aaf- OPENING WEDNESDAY EVEN ING, JUNE Ist. • U129-IUI Christy & Wise. AGENTS for WOOL GROWERS And COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the aale of Wool, Hldea, Tallow. Grain, Live Stock, etc. Alao, Wool Baga, Twine, Dlpa aud all Ranch Supplies furnished customers at lowest rates. 607 FRONT ST., between Jackson and Pacific, SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES OFFICE. rel-lni 1 ARCADIA BLOOK. To Los Angeles Farmers J. Sreaovloh, at Tucson, Is prepared to receive OOIBiaiMBITB sf LOS ANGELES FBUITB And all kinds of products of the farm and dairy, and to sail the rams on commission. sarAdvaaoea will be meda oa Peal try, E«CS aad ataAer. i. •BMoVIOH, HOTELS. THE PICO HOUSE Is Now Open For the reception of guests. All are Invited. FREE CARRIAGES to the bouse. Qlt IS WOLD * MARSH, n3-lm Proprietors, COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, FIRST-CLASS. THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL & DENKER Prop's. This la the only reliably first class hotel. Is situated ln the center of the city of Los Angeles, contains nearly a hundred spacious and airy rooms, newly furnished ln the most comfortable stylo. Rooms ln suites for families and parties on every floor, with hot and cold baths. THE TABLE will always be furnished with the best supplies tbat can be pro cured lv the market. A FREE COACH is always on ban.' t< oarry guests to the house. No pains spared to make guests ourx. tortable in every way, A LARGE READING ROOM open night and day. HENRY HAMMEL, myl7tf A. H. DENKER, THK COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT V. DOL, PKOP'H, Downey Blook, Main St. Reoelvea alive and serves up every day the choicest FISH. Including SOLE, TURBOT and SEA TROUT. MR. DOL la the exclusive consignee of tbe celebrated FROMAGE DE BRIE, which can only be had at thla restaurant. SPRING CHICKENS, Just ln from the ranches, oooked ln every style. This Restaurant Is Los Angeles's Del monlco. myltf BUSINESS CARDS. JUDSON, GILLETTE & GIBSON, EXAMINERS OF TITLE AND CONVEYANCERS, Rooms 13 and 14, McDonald Block, Main St., LOS ANGELES, Cal. aepWtf PHINEAS BANNING, FORWARDING AND COMMISSIO -A-Q-EZISTT, WILMINGTON, Los Angeles oounty, Cal. Vessels towed, goods lightered, lumber sold and grain stored, with ACCUSTOMED PROMPTNESS. ocTtr H. NEWMARK & CO., Wholesale Grocers. Dealer lv Wool, Grain, Hides. 11, 13 &16 LOS ANGELES T. 3e3tf C. E. BROWN. W. E. MORFORD. MORFORD A BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. HOUSES, ORANGE GROVES, VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR MALE. ALSO, Commission Merchants. Dealers In Wool, Grain and Live Stock Corner Spring and Temple Streets, auB-3m Los Angoles, Cal. »^r*33rd-W Popular Monthly Drawing ol the Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT MAOAULEY'S THEATER, IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, On Thursday June 30, MSI. These drawings, occur monthly (Sun days excepted), under provisions of an Aot of the General Assembly of Ken tucky, Incorporating the Newport Print lug and Newspaper Co., approved April 9.1878. serTbls la a special act, and haa never been repealed. The United States Olrouit Court on March3lst, rendered the following deci sions. Ist—That the Commonwealth Distri bution Company is legal. 2d—lts drawings are fair. The Company has now on hand a large reserve fund. Read the list ol prises for the JUNE DRAWING. 1 Prise ...130,000 1 p rite 10,000 I Prlae 8,000 10 Prises, 11000 each 10,000 20 Prizes, 1600 each 10,000 100 Prises, two each 10,000 200 Prizes, t6O each 10,1109 600 Prises, NO each 12,000 1000 Prizes. (10 each 10,000 0 Prizes, (300 each, Approxima tion prizes 2,700 II Prizes, 1200 each, Approxima tion prises h 1,800 • Prises, 1100 each, Approxima tion prizes 910 IHO Prizes.. .$112,400 Whole Tickets, 12. Half Tloketa, $1. 27 Tickets, |50. 6i Tickets,»loo. Remit Money or Bank Draft ln Letter or send by Express, Don't send by reg istered letter or PostofUce order. Orders of $6 and upward, by Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all order '" R. M. BOARDMAN. Courier Journal building, Louisville, Ky. or T. J. COMMERPORD, SO« Broadway. New York. Os-dAw FOR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER THE Los Angeles Infirmary I AND GROUNDS FOR SALE. Th. grounds are highly Improved and cantata a large number of be* -lng or ange, lemon and deciduous trait tne*. ■a*Tor terms .njriy on tb. premleta. LAWYERS. HENRY M. SMITH. T. B. BROWN. A. W. HUTTON. Diet. Atty. SMITH, BROWN ft HUTTON Attorneys at Law. Offloe—ROOMS Nos. ut and 92, TEM PLE BLOOK. mar 11-tf J. Brousseau, ATTORNEY AT LAW. nos. sa AND sr. BAKER BLOCK, mhStf H. 11. MITCHELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office—ROOMS TS AND 77, TEMPLE BLOCK. mhftf JNO. S. CHAPMAN. J. A. GRAVES. Graves & Chapman, Attorneys 4c Counsel lors at Law, Room No. 6, Baker Block. relit J. G. EASTMAN. A. J. KING, S, HALEY, JOHN ROBARTS. Eastman, Haley, King & Robarts. Attorneys at Law. OFFICE—Nos. 8,1, 8 and 6, STRELITZ BLOCK. Spring street, Los Angeles. Will practice in tbe supreme and all State Courts. Particular utleution paid to land and roiulug onsen. 01-lin S. C. HUBBELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms audi Ducommun s Block, oorner Ma.n i Commercial streets, Los • « elos. may7-tl NEW YORK BREWERY LAUTH & STECKER (Suooesaois to Chris. Henne) Hronnetois The CLEAREST. PUREST and MOSI BRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of San Francisco. Orders lor DRAUGHT or BOTTLES BLKIt promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery defies coinnetltlon in Use state. mrt-tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY! O. MAHLSTEDT, Proprietor. The purest and moat delicious LAG EH BEER manufactured in Southern Cali fornia. Orders for Draught or Bottled Beer filled on shirt notice. OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. JelU Evergreen Laundry. WASHING Called for and delivered to any pari ot the city, by .1 .1. Phillips, Adams P" . Orders can he left at th. book store o Mr. Sam (Tellman, Spring St. nlfti D. DESMOND, H ■ 09 < o* S NOW READY, THE New Fall Style Dress Hats ear All the leading shapes in SOFT and STIFF FELT HATS. tasti Key West Cigar Store, NO. 78$ MAIN STREET, LANFRANOO BLOCK SIM ISAACS. I l PROPRIETOR Manufacturer of FINE CIGARS and dealer lv IMPORTED CIGARS and all lines of Smokers' Articles. NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED. BUttf THOMAS FARR ALL, Late of Han Francisco, has opened a first-class Merchant Tailoring; ESTABLISHMENT, AT 187 MAIN STREET, Los Angeles lie is a practical tailor and cutter of 16 years years experience. Ho has cut lv he best houses East and ln San Francis o. His terms are-very reasonable. MF-Call and see him. aniatr J. C. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner or First and Fort streets. aarßuggiea, aprlng wagons and saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,a day............13.00 Two bone, and spring wagon, a day. SUM ' Hon. and buggy, per day...™ „ 2.60 Halt a day , - 1.60 sarSATISFAOTION GUARANTEED. aSttf PHYBICIANB. U. 8. ORME, a. D. f Surgeon and P nyaloiau Offlce-NO. 74 MAIN ST., Lanfranoo Block. Realdenoe—No. 239 Sprint atreet. apta-Sm Dr. Joseph Kurtz Haa removed bla office to Rooma 23. 27 and 30 Baker Block. *W Eye and ear diseases treated wltb the care of a specialist. ap22 Dr. Oriffln, •erOfflce and Realdenoe—EAST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, BELOW FIRST. Or. N. P. RICHARDSON, Phy sioia n and burgeon Offloe and Residence, Fort Hill, Buena Vista street. i. HANNON, M. D., COUNTY PHYSICIAN. MASOAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS. Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel, i street, Offlce hours (Tom 10 to 12 A. M.; from 1 to 4 P. M. apM-tf J. W. HOLLINCSWORTH, DENTIST. Rooms 3 and 4, over City of Paris store, Spring Street. J»a7 3m J. H. BURKS, ID IE UN" T IST. Office ln new City of Parla building. •srDental Work at Eaatern Prices.-** J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. OORNBB OF Alameda and First Streets DICALkaB IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIB, ETC. ETC. LUMBER AT RtOUCED PRICES -A T — Perry, wVoodworth A Co.'s LUMBER YARDS -ARO — PLANING MILLS, Bio. I. Ooasunerelail atreet. uear Kallruaul MIWI, mrJO-tf- H. BLOTTERSECK 77 Ml am Street. Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery, AND NPORTIN6 GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Also a line SHOOTING GALLERY. REPAIRING OF FINE GUNS A SPECI ALTY, tlttf For Santa Catalina. THE SCHOONER ROSITA Will take parties to Catalina Island for bathing. Parties oan oome direct to San Pedro in their own conveyance and their teams oan be cared for in my pasture. Crimpers ru list bring their own provis ions and oamplng equipments. PASSAGE, round trip #4 Children half price. For particulars write to CAPT. A. W. TI M Ms, fan Pedro, Wilmington P. 0., Cal. my3d&wBra LAND FOR SALE. SSO ACRES OF IRRIGABLE LAND, Most beautifully located, r„ miles from the Plaza: fine view; magnificent soil for VINES OR TREES. No Waste land; southerly exposure; two uever-falllng springs of water on the tract. IRKIOAHLE From olty ditches or Los Angeles City WaterCo'a mains,which are laid up to It- Price, 120,000; one-half oaah, balance on time. Apply to H.M.JOHNSTON, mylO-lm East Los Angeles, The American Colony. Thiw new colony for Los Angeles ooun ty is now forming, to locate on the CEBRITOS RANCH 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 Lo* Angelea. For further par ticulars apply to or send stamp for Col ony map, prospectus, etc, to W. E.WILL MOKE, Baker Block, Room 1, Les Ange les, Oal. fe2tf M. DUFFY, Proprietor of the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Beta to inform the public that he spreads a FINE LUNCH and keep. EXCEL. LENT LIQUORS. Re also gives a FINE MEAL for M* The public are cordially Invited to give hist a call. J tut SB LINES OF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST BTEAMBHIP COMPANY. GOOD ALL, PERKINS at CO., AGENTS SAN FRANCISCO. Oan Francisco and Los Angeles. SCHEDULE FOR JUNE. Coming Mouth Going North || 1} H if STBAMBBS || H H II Po 5 a oo • i Orizaba.... June 2 June 4 June 6 June 8 Ancon " 7 " 9 " 11 " 1* Orizaba.... " 12 " 14 " 16 " 18 Ancon '• 17 " 1» •• 21 " 2> Orizaba.... "22 "24 " !« " 2* Ancon " 27 " 29 July 1 July 8 Orizaba... July 2 July 4 " 6 " 8 Both steunu.nlps call at Port Hariord (SanLulsOblspo)and Santa Barbara. The Company reserves the right ' o change the steamers or their days of sailing, CHANGE OF HOUR. •ay-Passengers for San Francisco take the train for Wilmington that leaves Los Angeles at 10:80 o'clock A.M., Los Angeles time. Los Angeles aad San Diego THK BTBAHBHS Orizaba and Anoon. Leave San Pedro for San Diego June 4, 9,14,10,124,2tt, and July 4. Passengers take tbe train that leaves Los Angeles for Wilmington at 8.45 p. M„ Los Angeles time. Rates of Fare from Los Angeles. Cabin. Steerage. To San Francisco (15 00 $10 00 To Port Harford 12 00 9 00 To Santa Barbara 8 00 8 00 To San Diego 8 OO 8 00 Plans of steamers'cabins at agent'sottloe, where berths may be secured. FOB WAY PORTS. The steamer Los Angeles leaves San Buenaventura and Santa Barbara for San Francisco every Friday, calling at way ports. The steamer Newport, Plummer com mander, runs between Han Franoisoo and Newport Landing, calling at Santa Cruz, San Buenaventura, Huenerae, San Pedro, and Anaheim Landing, for combustibles, way freight and passen gers, leaving San Francisco about every teu days, as tides serve on the Newport bar. For Passage or Freight as above, or tor tickets to and from ■astern Cities and Princi pal European Ports, Apply to H.MoLELLAN, Local Agent, Office, No. «6J Main street, over the Commercial Bank, Loa Ansel a. Sa Pc U a Re —OOMMENCING Sunday, May Ist, IHHI, And until further notloe, TRAINM Will leave LOS ANUELKS ns follows: B.flfl8 .flfl A- M.-DAILY-S. P. AtlanticEx •UU press for Yuma (Colorado River Kteamers), Maricopa (Presootl), Casa Grande, (Florence), lucson, Benson, (Tombstone), Deming, N. M. (for A. T. and S. F. R. R.) and Rogers (torEl Pasol. 8. /r A. M.—DAILY— San Francisco .*»3 Through Freight and Third ulaes Accommodation tialn. 9 .0fl A. M. —DAILY—Via L. A, &I. •WW R. R.—Local Passenger train to tsanta Monica. W.QCA M.—DAILY—LooaI passenger ■OO train fdWilmington. 2 .0n P. M.—DAlLY—Except Sunday— .Oil Local passenger train toColton. O.OIIP. M.—DAIJjY-Looal Passenger O.OU train to Wilmington. 4. Cfl P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger • OU train to Anaheim and Santa Ana (tisu Diego.) 5-nf) P. M—SUNDAYS EXCEPTED— ■WW via L. a. Al. R. R. Local, Pas senger Train to Santa Monica. (On Sun day thlstruiu will leave at 5:50 P. M.) 5. 1 CP. M.-DAILY-Express tor San .10 Franolßco, oonneotluß at Lathrop with trains ot the Central Paolflo Rail road lor the East. 7. AC P. M.—DAILY—S, P. Emigrant • **0 Train for Yuma, Tucson and Doming (A. T. dr S. F. R. R.) A. N. TOWNE, General Superintendent. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Ticket Ag'U E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent, Los Angeles. BEE RANCH FOR SALE, HITUATED EIGHT MILKS FROM LOS ANGELES, With two dwelling bouses, barn, cbtok* on-houseo and honey bouse; plenty, of Eood mountain wat*r brought lo tbe ouses In pipes; a large stock of Italian bees, ln tue most Improved style of hives, together with all the appurte nances necessary for tbe use and opera* tlon of the bee business. l*or further particulars inquire it 28 Main street, or address P. O. box 086, Los Augeles, Cal JalStf Capitol Bakery ABB CON FEC TI ONE BY, SPRING ST., below the PostoSlce. SSTWEDDING CAKES AND FANCY CAKES of all styles always on band. sew ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES for the Holidays. Give me a calL dt-lm ■. aoaUKAOBEB. NO. 113 BANKING HOUHJH. FARMERS' & MERCHANTS J HANK Of liO* AugalM. CAPITAL 200,000 OO J Reserve Fund, IOO.OOQ OS 3 A^X„?^f LMAJ< ...... Praaldaal l. c. Goodwin ...v ce-Presldon* JOHN MILNE R. ...Tloeeretary BOARD OP DißscrreM. Jsaiasi W. Hbixmak, j»«h a. Gum p. w. cbilds, oTe. Tmok. L. C. Goodwin, A. SUiiiu, Pair. Gaihiib. Dox. AHnnT JosK MAaoABBX. •exchange far Ml* on NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, and BERLIN. Receive Deposit! and Issue Theft Certificates. May and *s«l LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY. AND CITY BONDS. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK. MAIN STREET Augeles Cs Capital Stock (paid up), 100,060 J. 8. SLAUSON i-re.ld.Dl R.S. BAKER Vice-President H. L. MACNEIL.... Caafne* DIRECTORS. J, 8. Slausoh, A. W. Bowhah j V. A. Hoovkb. Robust 8. Basbb J. BrxßY, Gbo. W. Pkbsobt R. M. WIDMBT. Buy and sell exchange on San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort. Buy exchange on all parte of the Unite States and Europe. Receive money on open account and Cer tificate of Deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. FIBST NATIONAL BANK Of" LOW AINGKLES PBEBIDENT J, K. HOLLBBBBUE OABHIEK B. F. BPEIBB QWtf SOCIETY NOTICES. Mason loJMotlee. * ..«« Aisarolea Lues. net. as.» . * *• M—The slated meetings V 3f> ul this Lodge are held on IBs first MONDAY ofeach monta at ' ▼ >iM p. m. Memberaof Penlal pha. No. aiii, and sll Master Masons l» good standing are cordially Invited By order ot tbe W:- M:- Ohas. Smith, Secretary. @Knl,hto_of Pythias. OLIVE LODOE, No. SS. meets every Tbnrsda* eninlnx.ai 7 o'clock, at the Castle - Hal) Downey Blook. Ml sojourning Knlcht In good standing are . ordially Invited. I- A. DUNSMOOR.C. O C. E. MIUIB. K. o, R. S Los Angeles Chapter No. 83, R:. *■■ ■ :• f stated coo vocations on So MONDAI of each month. 7H I', at. Nt Masonic Hall, Sojourning companions Ja good standing cordta'ly in. vited. by order of A. W. EDELMAN, H. r. Bah. Pkagbb, Score tary. TEMPLAR DsLionConmaaferF Ms. Holds its stated conclaves at the Asy. mm ln Masonic Hall, on the Third THURSDAY of ca.di month, at 73f o'clock P. At. Sojourning Knight* Templar la good standing are eordlallv Invited to at> tend. By order of the J. C. I.ITTLKFIBI.U, iteoorder, " "** Lot angelat Council Ns. 11, Royal aad Salad Misters F. * A. ■~ Holds Its stated assemblies on the <tv Monday of each month at Masonic Hall, at7:Bo p.m. Sojourning Companions ln good standing are fraternally Invited u> attend. By order of the Th;. lIP- It. U. CUNNINGHAM. Recorder. I <m Augeles I/w,o.\u. SO, I. O. ©.* Regular meeting held on jjajejSß*wE|.>E.sliAY EVENING ol week at 7% o'olock. Bo- tournlng brethren ln good standing are cordially Invited. F. EATON. N. O A. Fa Asm, K. S. Confidence Engine Company Ns. 2. „ HKGULAR MEETINGS o >as I this Company will take place yJaJSn, on the first Wednesday eve* -feBBBB) mug or each month, at 7k o'clock. Ky order, L%%mmamW CHARLES KETLER.Has. To Grain Shippers. All grain arriving here by ran or teams consigned to the undersigned for ship ment will be stored FREE FOB FIVE DAYS. All grain remaining la mj eeassasm or a longer time will be saaigsd tar a tha rata ot 75 ejasta par test, aaatone lighterage.