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1 tj 1 1 teasag^— J '...||.hsd every morning except Mon day, — BY .1 ohki'h r>. i. Yt *eH;_ TERMS FOR DAILY HERALD: Per anuuui, by mall of ezMSM W Six months " " i, Three months " r'ifcj Delivered by carriers, per week .25 «ent» OS ANGELES WEEKLY HERALD " Bafyday aw ruing. Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates. All Kinds ol JobVWorK dune to Compete with San Franelaeo 'a Prlre.Btyle, null Kle«»»ce at WortH ■aaimSlP. ' Late Telegrams. ■aiwMkc Mrnf In Vir«im««:ny SAN FBANCISCO, June 23.—A Virginia Ci ty dispatch says I hat Daniel Kelleher, Deputy County Clerk, was ntabbed and killed on tbe Btreet by Dennis Hennessy, a ourbstone broker. The cause is not 'fully understood, but it is believed to have been political. .Aa Uncle of slie vraeldent'.* Kltt'Ol. Sam Francisco, Juue 23.—Thos ithirfifld, aged e» years, an uncle of TtWdent OarMeul, Was billed by being run over by v train near Cleveland yesterday. Tn« liimirnii." |...nm^m. San Francisco, June23.—lu qulry among tbe insurance compa ulsieSDd agencies allows that tbe lossjjo tbeni by tbe T<>mbeior/e lire will aggregate uot far from Slfltj.OOO —possibly rather over than under that figure. WnaS Nan l»»»pS* Know at • lie Ouly Omkiu fieatertta. SAN Dieoo, June 23.— The Tich borne sensation causes a great deal of amusement here, where th« claimant bas lived a number ot years and is well kuown. His name stands on tbe Qreat Register Of tbe county as follows: Charles Agder Ferrl", age forty-five, nati vity New York, occupation sail maker, date of registration, Au gust 16th, 1873. Ferris came to Han Diego from Vallejo iv I lie latter part of 1872. He has been various ly employed as special policeman, night watchman, porter and mes senger in the United States Signal Office. As will be seen from the above date of registerutiou, he R now fifty-three years old. He has a wife and children here. He ia an easy-going, good natured fellow, .of average intelligence and rather il literate, According lo his own statements he was in both the land and naval service dining the civi war. He weut East about two years ago, returning bere last No vember, full of tbe Tichborne story. His claim Is regarded as v pure de lusion. I"ne arm Ballri.xd ■»Ju»eillu» nil TUCSON, June 23 —The Star has received tbe following special from Santa Fe, N. M.: "It ia a matter of surprise to bear that a special to '' ths -Star from Hautu V 6 should so misrepresent the situation in re spect to tbe transactions pending between the Texas-Pacific and the Soutbern Pacific Railroads. There has not been any contempt of oourt, nor will tbere be any. It tbe reoeiver or the Courts have boon treated with contempt, no one in this Territory seems to have found it out. Judge Bristol is in Santo, K6 aud bas not the appearance of an outraged functionary. If be has «TKd at ttli it was in issuing uu or der for'tne appointment of a receiv er, on an exparte application, for several million dollars' worth of property, thereby endangering tbe convenience of tbe public tbat rt lles upon tbe railroad for supplies . and transportation. There is no doubt in the minds of tbe many friends of Judge Brestoi but that ha would have given tbe Soutberu Pacific a bearing before making any order if he hsii given tbe public convenience that serious consideration tbat the grav ity of tbe would seem to de mand before issuing the order. This remedy of injunction aud re talner is a harsh one uuder any cir - oumatances, and its enforcement in any event will not be seriously tit - 'tentpted In ibis case until after a full bearing, aud it is the almost universal opinion bere that, after suoh heasing, the proceedings will be dismissed." strndjr Chun f.,r an lmuiriltat* In. 13XjTs71a1 vdasiansiav. Washington, June 23.—Qtnersl Brady to-day, through hisoounael, tjbellabarger apd Wilson, applied for an Immediate investigation by tbe Grand Jury of the Star route obarges, Tbe press bad bitterly as saulted bim, the Government Agents have procured false evidence against bim, and ho objects to tbe case being postponed till Fall, claiming the privilege of a speedy trial. Col. Cook, speolal .Star route counsel,said that the cv ' Idehoe Is not yet ready for Ibe Grand Jury. Not a single case is yet completed, and it would result In failure to begin the trial now. The Government did uot intend to persecute, but to clear itself of re sponsibility, if there were wrong. The charges extend from Texas to Oregon and all over the western border, and it might be necessary to AMI witnesses from tbe far dis tant sections. •seisins- Tired or sac aiaany a»n- ISsrS. ALBANY, June 23.-There is a I growing restlvenesa and a desire tv Adloaru, leaving the Senatorial The Demo. Seats especially desire tbis. Tbe Los Angeles Daily Herald. leadihc Stalwarts, still oppose ad journment claiming that they ara making capital in tbe Senate daily through tbe bribery exposures. II .dun.>a Albany. Albany, Juue 22. —In joint con vention the lirst ballot to day for a Senator iv place of Conkllng was aa follows: Wheeler, 50; Poller, 53; Conkllng, 32; Cornell, 1; .Lip ham, lj Folger, 1; Goo. M. Hos kius, 1. No choice. Second ballot—Uf pew, 56; Kur nsn, 58; Piatt, 27; Cornell, 8; Wheeler, 1; Crowley, 8; Lapbam, 4; Tretnaine, 1. No choice. Third ballot—Wheeler, 50; Pot ter, 53; Conkllng, 32; Lapham, 17; Hasting, 2; Folger, 1. Dl'<!.'«■.<•■•< '■ Vimtura hi 1,,,,, is Uraucn. LONB Branch, June 28.— Secre taries Windom ami Hunt, and Post master-General James arrived heie tbis evening. Secretary Lincoln meeting them at Monmouth Junc tiou. General Grant also arrived from New York. He is stopping with hisstm Jesse, in a cottage op posite <he hotel where, their moats are served Secretary Linoolu ir" the guest of Gen. Porter. The re- maluder of the Cabinet have rooms ftp tile hotel. General GarUeld was out rldiug When Grant arrived. While GaiUeld was at dlnuer Grant visited the hotel but they did uot meet. M..t H-»(ly ... Ab.ui«u capital t>ii« --• •iiiiipia*. London, June 23 I.—The hiil for the abolition of capital puuish ment was repealed by a vote of 175 to hy the Cummou». A classiticatiou or the degrees of murder was urged in debate. watUI.'IC. C'uallena.. London, Juue 23d.—IJwyer, of New York, this afternoon offered to in vi eh Rowell against any three men in tbe world for six days, thu three meu to tally up by running when tbey liked, for a purse ofslo, --000, the winner to take all the gate money. N*'Wrl>eM ?..»<ilt*-11. Danbury, N. 0., June 23 —Two negroes, imprisoned on the ciiargc of outraging a white woman, were taken from tbe Jail last night by it body of masked men and barjgeti. The punishment Is generally ap proved hy both the white and col ored people. oasdriM ■>»wr*.*.« eipcimim. London, June 23.—The census ia rapidly approaching completion. The entire populuti.in of tlie king dom will he above thirty five mil lions. Tbe Increase 111 thu decade is a little over four millloua. Nor. nraiieN.lMitivli 3V«.abl*e. Paris,June23 —There have been quarrels betvjiien Frenchmen and Italians at Jotgtiy, Nancy, Vau vres and some of the ponrer quar ters of Paris without serions re sults. 1ii.ii...1.n.v.i.11 HaraetlMM, Marseilles, Juue 23.—Italians continue to quit tbe city. Two steamship companies have oflored lo the Italian Consul tree accom modations aboard of all tbeir ships for Italians afraid to remain, ami six hundred have already left. Extensio n of the Narrow-Gaugen. Under the able direction of Geu eral Palmer, th.> Denver and Rio Grande Company bus shown a ca pacity for extension aud earnlpg mouey that have exceeded the ex pectations of even Ita sanguine pro jectors. There tire now in actual operation more than 760 miles ol track; and tbls is being added to in three different directions at the rate of three miles per day. It is purthiiir! west, through the BStoU iehinKly fertile Han Juan Country toward Durango. Il is pushing fo'uth beyond Santa Fe. It is push ing West, alto, into the new coal, iron, (told and silver fields of Ihe GunuiHon country. Hand iv hand with this exceptionally rapid development has omue a not lees exceptionally great re turn upon the capital Invested. The net earnings of the roatl f"r 1880, upon au average mileage op erated duiiiiL' the year of 4HO miles, were $1,710,461 80, being a vet earning per mile of $2,713 liut tbe earnings of tbe road during the last six months of Ibe same year were $1,213,703.85, ou au average mileage operated of 535 miles, be ing a vet earning of $4,537.10 pet mile, Truly, Colorado owes to Geueral Palmer more thau any other Htate owes to any one man. Colorado is a kite that would have down, sooner or later, anyhow; but il has done its flying a great deal sooner aud a great deal higher be because of the way iv which Gen eral Palmer has managed the string. Aud, presently, it will be double in size by connection with Ibe magniticieut system of narrow gauge roads tbat Palmer is build ing in Mexioo under ihe name of the Mexicau National Railway. No wonder that tlie broad-gauge king bas moved heaven and earth to an nex this tempting narrow-gauge kingdom; nor is it the least ol Gen. Pulmer's glories Ibat be has proved hlmse! r to he the one mull west ol tbe Missouri who is big enough to light and whip Jay Gould. IN-OTIQE! • To Grain Shippers, AU gram arriving 1 hero bvrail or teams consigned lo lU iimlti ijiied for Rhlp uieut will be stored FREE FOR FIVE DATS. All grain remaining In my possession or a longer time will bo charged for a tbs rats of 73 cento par ton, besides lighterage. PIIINEAS BANNING. Wilmington..lnn, IBSI. d7tf •*» mar!4d r uOS ANGELES. FRIDAY MORNIN(9. JUNE 24. 188 L MIBCELLANEOUS. ■Prepare.) fronNi MY j ■ f roplccf Is thorough in its Medicinal and yet ■ 'so agreeable j i lo the taste that patrons of-1 Pen b'W injunction i I -livid.* die.. 10/.cnsre into > lliijetin ifiinQinuUtJ » parts (say Iwo doses) to meet j ihcl; n't- cases. At the 1 .!;:;.;. , il |s especially essen- i tial i<> uli.-'erve the directions ' closely till on 1.? becomes ac ii"!' i io its use — when. mild action and the most " ■ : ' i:i'c!6Vv results are sure lb follow. LldlM iiml disldreii. ud ilim-u ivh.> illi-like tnkltiß •>.ii. luiit us : "On- medirjui-s 10,1'iuri' catimrlicaction, . ' i l. i.'.'ii I iviil, il-.i_';pf..ilit(. nunlitifs. . Tr«,4tones,aadsouwill esteem it blgblyajs ■ : safe, pleasant, ami effective remedy., Packtd in bronzed tin boxes only. Price, 25 cents. ' Large boxes, 60 cents, t SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS; ' <n-t —» 1 EXAMINATION of TEACHERS j Notloe is hereby that an exaniina- • tion of teaoheri will ho held by the city Hoard ol Examination, ii tlie High School Bmldioy, Loa Angeles city, commencing ■ Tuesday, «!uiy sth, At nine o'clock a. iv., and continuing three days. 'the following studies are* requirotl for a Second Grade City Certificate Arithmetic, grammar, y ioj-jraphy, composition, U. £*. lnstory, orthography, deflhlngi pennrat: sbiu, reading ami methods of teaching! All the aho-vo nainod and the following addition il sludus are ruquiied for a Jf'itßt 1 Grad*» City Certihestn: Algebra, natur:il philosophy, natural history, physiology, .fcuglifh and American ht-ratnro. princi ples of civil gov.rumt iit, bi>"k-k<-epini;, mUusfrial vocal and the element! of polilicat economy, o All tlto above-nam<d and the following additiuual studies are required for a High 1 School Certificate: Bnetorio, general his tory, geometry, chemistry, geology, astron* oniy, menial philosophy. All applicant.-; for ct'rtiUciitf s must ho pr< sent nt tho coinmonceiueut of tho exam iiiation, For order of tbo ISoani. MAHV A, KOIIOKINH, jelltd Hec'y Board of Examination. THE BIG BOOT! I hereby announce to my liiemls ami tho public iv general that 1 have. MY HOOT AND SHOE STORE from SS To 11» Msviu Street, Anil designated it the I«JEjT> UOUHK BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Where lam now prepared to supply ev erybody with the latest styles Of BO6U and Shoes at prices never before equalled 0 i.6s Angeles, Como and *co me. myi" 1m 3». NM7I.E. EXAMINATION of TEACHERS Notice is heruhy given thai an examl* nittlou oi" teachers will be held by tbe County Board of EMuoa'lon, iv GOO*) TEMPLAR** HALL, commonclng TUESDAY, JUNE 21st, a. M«, ami continuing three days. All applicants tor crtlllcatoß must he present at tlie commencement of the examination. By order of t he Munrd, J, \V. HINTON, County Sup't. Los Angeles, May 21, 1801, m2Htd-dAw ICE CXi'E^kTVI.! Great Redttclion In 100 Cream I Ou aud nfler Juno Ut, Ice Cream will bo served at tho Occidental Restaurant And Ice Cream Parlors, No. HQ Main .-•(., AT 10c PES PLATE, WITH CAKE. Also* at wholesale or retail: ' Half Gallon ,75a | One Gallon $1.26 , All ov«,r « ut» gallon, $1, On hhort notice, will serve all partial, ptculcH, etc., lrom ono to HjU gulloiiK. 1 MB. BROWN.the manager, i» enabled to hell at ibis r;ilH hy having tho cream 1 frozen at the Loa Angeles lee Factory by machinery. Thesu will ho the finest Jco Cream Pnrlnrs aud Qonfeotloueriei on i Sou» ui-i ii Oalllornia, aroi'KNiNU EVEN ING, JUNE Ist. miiO-ltn J. C. DeTurk, FEED ANI> LIVERY HTABLKS, corner of First and Fort atretUh OTTBrnrgtes, spring n-agnus and satidlo horses to hire. a Double team and huggy.aday _...,f3.tte Two horses uud Nprlng a day. g,AO " Horse and buggy, per dny... nH> 8.00 j Half a day .» l.sO «»-SATIBFA.CTION GUAUAMTJIKJ>. STOCKHOLDEI^VJ^T'NG. THE ANNUAb MEETING OK THE stocKholderH ol tho Maiu street and Ag ricultural Para Kallroad will bo held at >o. 3 ('ommerolal street on the Urst - Monday uf July noxt, at 4 o'clock p. m , for the election of a B )»rd of Oireetoib • and the transaction of such otJier bual- I, ness aa may he brought before them. JOHN Q. WHBKLEK, Secy. . A Loa Angeles, Gal . June 10th. 18b 1. JU-td HOTELS. THE PICO HOUSE Is 91 o>v Open For the reoeptlon of guests. All lira invited. FREE UARTttAMES to tho house. i ORI9WOLD A MARSH. I u3-lm Proprietors. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, FIRST-CLASS. THIS FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL & DBPKER Prop's. , This is the only reliably first class hotel,' is situated in Ihe center of the city of Los Angeles, contains nearly a imndred spaclons and airy rooms, newly furnlshod lv tho most comfortable style. Rooms iv suites for families and nartlos ou evory floor, with hot and cold ballis, THK TABLE will always he furnished wit ii tho best sup: l km that cau bo pro cured in the markcl. A Fittl!') CO.\Urt Is always on hen carry gaeatl to the house. No pains spared to matr.o guests OOiU' loi'tiiblo in every way. A LAROK UEADINB ROOM Open night aud day. HENRY HAMMEL, mymt A. H. DENKER. THE COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT I V. UOL. I»li.Ol*'H, 1 Downey aiock, Main St. I Keneives alive and serves up every day the choicest PISH, Including BOLK, TUBBOT aud BEA TROUT. MR. lioL is the exclusive consignee of tho celebrated FROMAQE DE BRIE, whlcii can only be had at this restaurant SPRING CHICKENS, Just iv from the ranches, cooked in every style. Tilts Restaurant Is Los Angeles's Del monico. in v ltr BUSINESS CARDS. JUOSON. GILLETTE & GIBSON, ! EXAMINERS OF TITLE 1 AMD CONVEYANCERS, Rooms Is aud It, iVlcDouald lilocl:, Main St., I.OH ANGELES, Cal. ■aptnf PHINSAS BANNING, I l-OISWAKDING AND COMMISSIO ' W1 >H INUTON, Los AoEeles county. Cai. Vessels towed, Honrts lightered, lnmbar sold and grain-stored, with ; aOOtJSTOM B D 1' RO M PTN EHH. oc7tt H. SiJEWMARK Si. CO., Wholesale Qrocers. pester in Wool, Grain, Hides. il, IS &16 LOS ANUKLEB T. ;icsif C. K. DROWN. W. E. MORFORD. f.IOnFORD & BROWN, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. DOUSES, ORANGE GROVES. VINE YARDS, FARMS AND RANCHES FOR ALSO, Commission Merchants. Dealers in Wool, Grain and Livestock Corner Spring ami Temple HtreetH, au3-3m Los Anseles, Cal. s a©fr Popular Monthly Drawing ot the Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT MAOAULET'3 THEATER, IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, On ThurHdny .1 uno tlO, ISBI. These drawings, occur monthly (Sou days excepted), under provisions of au Act ot tin) General Assembly of Ken tucky, incorporating Ihe Newport Print ing nnd Newspaper Co., approved April 0. 1878. is a special net, and litis uevor been repealed. Tho United States circuit Court on March3lst, rendered the following deci sions. Ist—That tho Commonwealth Distri bution Company is legal. 2 1 !— Its drawings are fair. Tlie Company has now ou hand a largo reserve fund. Read tho llstot prls-.es for the JUNE DRAWING. 1 Prise $311.0110 l Prise io.ikki 1 Prlxe S,t"l 10 Prises, 11000 each 10.000 20 Prlr.es, 8601) each 10,000 100 Prizes, JlOO each 10.000 200 Pr izes, »50 each : 10,000 600 Prizes. J2O each 12,0r» 1000 Prizes. 810 each 10,000 9 Prizes, $800 each. Approxima tion prizes 2,700 9 Prizes, 8200 eaoh, Approxima tion prises 1,800 0 Prizes, 8100 eaoh, Approxima tion prizes.. 910 IWO Prizes *\ 12.400 Whole Tickets, 82. Half Tloirets, 81. 27 Tickets, 860. 6b Tickets, 8100. Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter or send by Express, Don't send by reg ls'cred letter or Post,>ffioe order, orders ul $5 and upward, by Express, can he sent nl our expense. Address all order R. M. BOARDMAN, Courier Journal hulldlug, Louisville, Ky. orT. J. COMMERFORD, SOB Broadway. New York. 116-dAw FOR SALE. ! THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER THE Los Angeles Infirmary ; AND GROUNDS FOR BALK. t t . The grouuds are highly Improved and s contain a large number of bearing or ange, lemon and deciduous fruit trees. »* For terms apply on the promises. i . JaTif MISUIfiLLAN EOUH. VULCAiTZEu" HUBBER. v. ■ NMW YUttK Rubber and Packing Co, 1 Tho oldest and largast Ol anal actn cars iv America ot VuH)ani/.»vl i AJJAPTBD va MECHANICAL PURPOSES Invito tho attention of all who are inter ested in tho SRle or uso of such artioles to the high standard quality and low prices o( their variou t comprising Machine Ueltiug, Steam Pftukin:!, Leading Hose, Suction Hote, Cur Springs, vVagotl Spring*) Billiard Cushions, Grain Drill Ttllie", etc "TEST" hosb, Made expressly lor tiio rise ul Steam Vice Engines, and will stand a pressure ot 4011 pounds, per square inch, Officers of Tire Departments requiring new hose will liud this much superior in strength and Quality to any other. Solid Kmery \ ulcaalte Wheels, composition of Kubber and Lmory, mak ing a very hard anil uniform, suUstancc of tho Datura of atone throughout. Those wheels for grinding ami polishing metals, gumming hrws, etc., most econom ical tnd etf'eotivo tool* that oan bo vneni t 3t'i and 38 Pftirll ttnto, TJnw York. JOHN I!. CHSKV.P.K, TMnnr. Price UttM aud fßriber lufbnoMtfon dim be obtained by mall or otherwiae, on epptf- Oitiuu. Morey i% Sperrv, VTJHNMHKIKS UK Mining Supplies, Wi ÜBBBTI ST., HBW VOltK. M.J.N J.JSJ '& M A C VI 2 N X H Y. STEEL SHOES hHD OSES AFTEIt many years of patient rnseaioh ** nnd experiment, wo liavo Bucceeded iv produoing Bteel Shoen ami Steel Dies for Quurtz Kills, which arc unequalled for durability, strength and economy; they will wear threo times longer thau any iron shoes. Wo manufacture, and contract to croct, Gold aud bilver Beduoißg and Am.nl gain sting Maohinery in all It* detafblj PftlUi Separators, Concentrators, RoeJi Breakers aud PuriiaaM* au orders promptly filled■ BxiAlns* tioiifi SOlioitedi Address MORKY & SPERRT, B8 Liberty Hi., New York. Ho! lor Catalina lsiaud! THK GREAT BATHING, HpNTINQ AND FISHING KBBORT. The yacht DON OIkOBGfB, Capt alp. Ed* ward Johnsou, will eorajneuou running U» Catalina ou or about Juno 15, matttul regular trips during LbeSfUSOD, 'J ho Dofi G<i»rgawill start iwim tho Wilnilngt 0 wharf, thus saving pusst ngers the ex pense of transfer ot bagcuKe, on Tues da>s, I'huisdays and Ho turnlng, ibe will leave Iho Island ou Mondays. Wednesdays ami b'rldays. Faro lor toe round trip*. S*. .JOHN MOKttKsON, Agent, spMtf Wllmingion. German Ladies' Benevolent Society. Uonersl uieelina' on Wednesday at 2 v. M. at Turiivcroni Hall. All member* are requested to bo prtient, as liusincis > of ureal importance will be transacted. MHS. JOHN MILNER, Jf2l-2t fresldonf. Express copy, ' .TUXT KKCKIVED, Direct from Rngiaud, a splendid assort ment ol Kogori. A Sous' TABLE AND POCKET CUTLhIBV. ( Also for sale, 16,000 ASSORTED ARTICLES. C. DUOOMMTJN, Hardware Store, I jell eiMalnatr.su PHYSICIANS. ' H. S. OKMfi, M. J)., Snrtfeouand EMij-wici"" Office—NO. 74. MAIN ST., Lanfranco Block. Residence— No. 289 Spring struct. ap2B :Jm Dr. Joseph Kurt/. Has removed ills ofllce to Rooms 2:1, 27 aud 3D Baker Block. ■aTKye and ear diseases treated With the care ol a specialist. up 22 Dr. Urittlu, WOfflce and Residence—EAST SIDE OK MAIN STREET, BELOW" FIRST. Or. N. P. RICHARDSON, Physiioinn uri«l S*nrgreoii OlQce aud Residence, Fort Hill, Buesa Vista street. J. H.ANNON, M. »., rO'U.NTY PHYSICIAN. MABCAREL BUILDING, UP STAIRS. Residence, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Mam street. Oltice hours from 10 to 12 A. M.i from 1(0 4 P. M. ap2o-tr J. W. ROLLINGS WORTH, Rooms S audi, over City of Paris store, Spring street. J»j7 8m j. H. BURKS, DEKT.I S T. Office tn new City of Paris building. OVDentul Work: nt Eastern Prices.-» J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. UOBNKR OF Alameda and First Streets DEALERS.IX doors, windows, blinds, shingles, posts, laths, shakes, hair, plaster of paris, etc. etc. LUMBER AT RhQUCEO PRICES - AT ••• Perry, & Co.'s -KB PLANING MILLS, lt«llve>eid mrvo-*; - Hp s^otterbeck 7? rtl aim Street. Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery, AND SPOIJTUMti GOODS Of ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Also n line .SHOOTING GALLERY. REPAIUIN G OK KINK GUNS A SPECIALTY. Bl2lf For Santa Catalina. THE SCHOONER ROSITA Will take parlies to Catalina 111 and for bill bint,*. Parties enn ome tl irect to San Pedro In tbeir own conveyance and their teams can be- eared for In my pasture. Camper** must, bring their own provis ions and ramping equipments. PASSAGK, round trip $4 Chihlren half price. For particulars write to CAPT. A. W. TIMMS, Han Pedro, Wllmlmrton P. <:., Cal. myIMA w;tm LAND FOR SALE, SrtO ACRES OK IRRIGABLE LAND, Most beautifully located, \% miles trom tho Plaza; fine view; magnificent scdl for VINES OR TREES. NoWnste land; southerly exposure; two never-falling hprings of water on the tract. IBRIGABLK Fromelfy ditches or Los Angelon City Water Co's mains,which nro laid up to It. Price, $20,000; ono-half cash, balance on time. Apply to li. M. JOHN.sTON*, mylO-lm Hast. Los Angeles, The American Colony. Thin new colony for Los Angeles coun ty is now forming, to locate on the OKRHITOS KANOH fronting on San Pedro Bay. Parties lookiug for a d'-slmble location to mako hunts should sou thesu lands before pur* chasing olsHWhor \ ParttM can gt> and wee the Colony traut aud return tho sa me day from LOl Augeles. For further par ticulars apply to or sand Miampjfiir Oni ony ra ip, prospftetns, et<* t<. W. F-.WI LL* MoKK, U:i!;.er Block, Ito >m \, Lot Auge les. vii. i ii r TSU. Proprietor of the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Begs to Inform the public that he spreads a KINF. LTJNCH and keeps EXCKL LBNT LIQUORS, lie also gives a KINK MEAL for Me. The public are- cordially Inriled to glva him ajnall. Jettf LiINEHOF TRAVEL. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. GOO DA. I, 1., PERKINS * CO., AGENTS SAN FRANCISCO. San Francisco and Los Angeles. SCHEDULE FOR JUNE. Coming South Going North I! n n steam eus S." §■» a* "a, II 9$ ?g> n Pa E 5 eb , Orizaba.... June i! June 4 Juue 0 June 8 Ancon " 7 " » " H " 1» Orisaha.... " 1? " 14 " 16 " IB Ancon " 17 " 19 " 21 " 23 Orizaba.... " 22 " 21 " 26 " 2S incon •' 27 « SsJuly 1 July 3 Orizaba... July 2 July i " 6 " » Both steainthlpa call at Port Hariord (SanLutsOblspo)and Santa Barbara. The Company reserves the right 1 o change the steamers or their day. of sailing. CHANGE OF HOUR. SjvPaßiengerH tor San Franalsco take the train lor WllmlugUin that leaves Los Angeles at 10:50 o'clook A.M.. Los Angeles time. Los Angeles and San Diego Orizaba and Ancon. Leave mm t-edro for Han Diego June 4, 0, and July 4. PafiHeagerti takte the train tnat leaver Los for V/ilmtngLou at 3A& p. m.. Lor AugeleH time. Rates oi Fare from Los Angeles. Cabin. Hteerage. To San Francisco 00 810 00 To Port Harford 12 00 9 00 To sun in Barbara 8 00 6 00 To Han Diego 8 00 ti 00 Plana of eteamerH 1 cabins at agont'Boillcei whore berths may bo secured. FOR WAY PORTS. The Hleamer Lo.s Angeles leaves Man Buenaventura aud Santa Barbara for Sau Francisco every 1-rlday, calling at way ports. Tho steamer Newport, Plummer coin raauotr, iuus be tween hhu jf raucin*-o aritt Nfwpon Landiutt, calling at Hanta Civs.San Buenaventura,Huwnerae, San Peoi'o, and Anuheuu Xaandiug, for cnnibustlhles, way freight and papscn gers, lea\ Iqg san Francisco about every tt-u daya, an Hues servw on ihe Newport bar. 'Jor I'l'.ssa'.oor Frolght as above,ot for tickets to anil from Eastern Cities and Princi pal European Porte* Apply to H.McLELIiAN, Luotil Agents OiUco, ISt). (J6i Malu etroet, r»vortho Commercial Bank, fjOf§ Aiiffel i^. 8. P. Hi UT. COMMENCING Sunday, May Ist, 1881, And until further notloe, ' '.rEfcAUNf-* Will leave LOS ANGKLEB aa follows: g.nfl A ' M.-DAILY-S.P. Allantio EI •UU press for Yuma (Colorado River .icainersl, Maricopa (PrescottJ, Casa Gr.iude, (Florence), lucsoh, Benson, (Tombstonel. Demlng, N. M. (for A. T. aud S. F. R. K.i and Rogers (lorEl Paao). 8,/r A. M.—DAILY—San Francisco ,H0 Through Frolght aud Thlrd (Jtaa. Accommodation tralu. 9 -Qfl A. M.-DAILY—Via L. A. AI. ■0U !»• X.—Local Passenger tralu vi banta Monica. Ifl'Qß A M.—DAILY—LocaI passenger LU,«J J train to Wilmington, 2 .Qfl p M -DAll.Y—Except Sunday .oll Local passenger train toColton. 3 .Qfl p ' M.—DAILY—Looat Passenger ■0U train to V.'llmington. 4,rn P. M.—DAILY—LocaI Passenger .OU train lo Anaheim aud Sauta Ana (San Dleno.) 5-nn P. M—SUNDAYS FXCEPTED ■WW via L. A. aI.R. R. L ioal, Pas senger Trnln to Santa Monica, ton Sun day this nam will leave at 6i3i) P. M.J 5.|F P. M.-DAlLY—Express for Sau .Iw S'ranolsoo, connecting at Lathmp with trains ot ihe Central Pacific Rail road lorthe East. 7,1. C P. M.-DAILY-S. P. Emigrant .10 Train for Yuma. Tucson and balking (A. T. 4 s. F. U. R.) A. N. TOWNE, General Superlr.tendeDt. T. H. WOODMAN, General Passenger and Tloket Ag'L E. E. HEWITT, Assistant Superintendent., Lot. Augeles. KITUATED EIGHT MILES PROM LOH ANGELES, With (wo dwelling houses, burn, chlok on-hounfH and honey house; plenty nl good mountain WAt»r brougnt to tbe bouses lv pipen; a large Btock*oi ltaliau btM| in ihe most improved style ol i hives, together with all the appurte * nunccs neoeßSHry .or tho use and oncra- L Lion ot the bee buHlness. bor farther t p»riirnlars inquiie ut 2S Main street, or - address P. O. box 9titi, I.on Augelee.Cal Jal'2tf Capitol Bakery AND CONFECTIONERY, ' SPRING ST., below ths Postoffloe. ( otsrWKDDING CAKES AND FANCY , CAKES of till styles always on hand. E nor ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIBB for y tho Holidays. Give me a call. Ma H. BOHCMAOBBR. NO. 118 BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS' « MERCHANTS UAMu Of Loa Angolas, CAPITAL 200,000 OO Reserve Fund, 100,000 OO IBAIAB W. HELLMAN President L. O. GOODWIN ...Vioe-PKildWrt JOHN MILNER „_Beor«t«r BOARD 09 DIRECTORS. Isaiab w. Hbxlhan, Josh 8, Ourri O. W. CHU.DB, O. E, TBOH. L. C. Goodwin, a. Glass elk Phii. Gainteh, Doj. a»unt Joke Mascakxl. Kxohsnge for Ml* oa NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS, anil BERLIN Receive Deposits and Issue Then Certificates. Buy and Hoi LEGAL TENDERS, GOVERN MENT, STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY BONDS. LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK, MAIN STREET Los Angeles Oa Capital Stook (paid up), 100,000 J. S. SLAT/SON President R.a. BAKER Vloa-Presldsnl H. L. MACNEIL „„.., Oa.nl™ DIRECTORS. J, S. SiAUSOit, A. W. Bowman V. A. Hoovr.it, Robert 8. Bake* J. Bixby, Geo. W. Psrscof R. M. WIDNET. Bay and sell exebange on San Franoisea. New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort. Buy exchange on all part, of the Unite States aad Europe. Receive money on open account and C.l 11Urate of Deposit, and do a general hanking and exchange business. FIRST NATIONAL BANK 4s| OF LON ANGKLE* PBBSIDEHT J, K. SOLLBBBBOX CASHIER B. F. BHDTOB Q36tf SOCIETY NOTICES. m ason lo Notloe. A 1 "* '•l*e* «•» ■ //\\ a at A. 81.—The stated meetinu M 01 lhlB Lodge are beld on thi drat MONDAY of each montntl ' , • ?: JO P. a. Members of Pcntal. pha. No. m, and all MaatarMaaon* la good standing are cordially invited. By order of the W:- Mi en as. Smith, Secretary. §Knlghtsj>f Pythias. OLIVE LODGE, No- SO, meets every Thursday •venlnc.M 7 o'olook, at the Castle -Haft Downey Blook. All sojourning Knight In good standing are -nnllally Invited 0. E. Mixes, K. of R. a Los Angelas Chapter No. IS, R: ■ •:■ M I Htat»d c >.. vocations onss MONDAY of each month* I p - **■ ut Masonic BaU. wha lav/ Sojourning companions 111 ■TV Jnn good si audi us cordially in. Vltod. By order of Y**-*l &■ W. EDELMAN, H. t, I I Sam. Pbaghb, laaaMaff Secretary, TEMPLAH Ccur Dt Lion Commandsry No. Holds Its stated conclaves at th* Aim lum lv Mssonlc Hall, on tbe Third THURSDAY of each month, at lit o'olook c. m. Sojourning Knights Templar S good standlug are cordially Invited to at. tend. By order of the o:> J. O. I.i rTi.Ei'iELn, Recorder. Los Angelas Council No. 11, Royal and Select Masters. F. At. M., Holds its staled assemblies on tbo 4tn Monday of each month at Masonic Hall, a17i30 p.m. Sojourning Companions te good standing are fraternally invited to attend. By order of tne Th. 111". It. G. CUNNINGHAM. Reoord.r. l oa Angeles as, I. o. O.f ■tjftllHl Iteimlar meeting held OB jHAjajtWKDNLsDAY EVENUXO of TMBJgJ-cHPh week ill 7« o'olook. So- .. lournlug brethren In good standing are oordlally Invited. A.F,A„,,R.8. y^°*'»-« EAGLE CORPS, N. G. C Regular meetings at armory, Union Hall,every Friday evening at 80'olock. . W. H. H. RUSShiLL, Captain Cotumandlng. C. A. K.XTLXB, First Sergeant. JoSi-tf Confidence Engine Company No. Z. „ REGULAR MEETINGS O <K| this Company will takeplaoS . aeJSlx on me nr.t Wodnesday sts> n,r,K °' encb month, at TH V~ o'clock. By order, CHARLES KEIXBB.sJaa. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Tbe Annnal Meeting of tha Stoekbold ' era of tbe s armars' and Merchants' Bank of Loa Angetes, will ba beld at tha Bank Building, on WEDNESDAY, JULY nrxt. NEXT, At .o'clock » it., for the olsotlen of a Boark of I rust*.a and for ths Iran ISO - lion of such other business as may 'ha ' brought before them JOHN MILNER, B.arstarr. Los AogsUa, rjal., Jan. TylsalTta 7