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ONE DOLLAR perSqunre of ton linos, first
Insertion, antl TWKNTV-iavK cents per Square
('nrnaeli subsequent lusortlon.
E STRAY TAKEN UP. A Clack Heifer
about three years old, branded H. M.
Enquire of H. VOGT, one mile Eust of Cen
tinehv Spring. Jc6 lw"
LOST.— Near the road coming ln from the
Arroyo Seen, a silver Cup. Avery lib
beral reward will he paid to the finder on re
turn to the Hkrat.d office.
FOUND- -A Pocketbook contnlulng some
money. Apply at Ibis office for Informa
tion. je4 lw
FOUND. —By Joseph Met/gor, a Pnnv.
A pply at, Arroyo Scco. Je4 2t*
WANTED. -A situation by a young lady;
also by a young Englishman and wife;
either ln a hotel or private family. Apply at
O'DoNALD'SpCornerof Sairisevainc and Gar
cia streets, j.i.it"
SITUATION WANTED.-By a lady of
>J experience; to take care of children und
do light house WOfk. Apply at this office.
I OST AND FOUND.-A man lost his
w» i em per tor not finding a good cigar or a
good fitting shirt, but on perambulating the
•tree! found Ihe first at 107 Main street and
the latter at 3s Main street. Ho is now the
i> -si tempered man in this city,and he swears
that he will nol buy either a cigar or any un
derwear oxcepl at the '•Identical."
.IS Main SI., under Raeknian House,
Or .tt 107 Main street, next to W., K. & Co.'s
Ex press. myiB tf
PRIVATE BOARDING >">d Furnished
i Rooms foi rent, on Fort street, second
door from First, myli lm
\A /ANTED. — Family sewing, by Mrs.
VV booth .second house East of railroad on
Turner si reef my 7 lm*
WANTED.— A girl to do general house*
w uk. Apply al the first cottage on
Mam street South of Fourth, between the
hours OI L' and 4 c. M. myi tf
ROOD'S. -FAMILY and Single Rooms
with hoard at Col. Peel's on Spring St.
A NBW WILCOX 4 GIBBS SEWING Ma
/A dune for sale at 2S per cent, less than
cash price. Inquire at this Office.
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
FOR RENT.-Desk room for Business Of
fices, at 79';, Downey Block.
Je4Bt CHAS, H BEANE.
FOR SALE-On installments, or for rent
at B low price, v Second-Hand Piano,
suitable for beginners, Apply at the Piano
Agency, No. 60 spring street. Je4 lw*
ETOR SALE.-A Brick House, Lot, und
• Furniture, and Stable Lot, 90x it*, feet on
Hlllsirect, to be sold cheap. Addtess " H.,"
this office. jet lw*
DASTURE-For 1,000 Of L 606 slieep, until
r January Ist. Enquire of s. levy, No.
33, corner Aliso and Alameda streets. je3 tf
MONEY TO LOAN. Apply to SMITH
at STEPHENS, AUoineys-at-Law, 28
and 2» Temple Block. Je33t
TREES FOR BALK.—Fifty Thousand
I Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, suitable
for s IttlngOUt in nursery this Summer.orwlll
contracl to deliver them when four years old.
Address J. S. CLAPP, Postoffice box 69, or ap
ply at Ihe place of D. CLaPP, four miles
South of the city, Je2 lm
BOARDINC HOUSE TO LET.—The
dining department of a first-class board
ing-house, centrally located. Rent may be
paid in board, to a desirable party. Liberal
arrangements will be.made. Apply ut KIM
BALL'S Land and Business Agency, No. 10
Spring street. " je2 lw
BUSINESS CHANCES.—HaIf Interest
In v mannfaol v ring aud store business on
Spring Street, $1,500; also, half interest In v
genteel, sood paying business, se>oo. Both re
quire practical business men. Apply at KIM
BALL'S Lund and Business abi-ucj, No. lo
spring street, Je2 lw
| OT FOR SALE.-Fine Building Lot
Lm on Bin mi Vista street, near Temple St.
No grading; commands a charming view of
city, valle* and mountain. Apply at KIM
BALL'S Land and Business Agency, No. IO
Spring street. Je2 lw
FOR SALE.—Map of the CUT Of Los An
geles, jus. published, by BANCROFT A
THAYER, Real Estate Brokers SI Spring
si root, near P. O. Price: Mounted on rollers,
34; pocket edition, $1 50. Mailed to any part
of the U. S. on receipt of price. my2B tf
CT OR PUNT. - Cottage of lol,r rooms,
i stable and buggy honse, at tbe corner or
San Pedro and Washington streets. Bent
only SIO per month. Call at the store on the
premises. my2B lw
TO RENT.—On reasonable terms, for
I pasture, until September next, (i-lOaeres
of laud situated about 8 miles Northwest of
Anaheim and about .1 miles from the railroad.
Enquire of W. H. J. BROOKS, No. 12 spring
ROOMS TO LET—Furnished or Unfur
nished, lv the house of an English lady,
on Beaudry si reel, betweeu New High and
Buena Vtsla si reefs. my'it lm*
FOR SALE CHEAP.-A large number
oi thrifty growing Lime Trees, in good
condition. Apply to
m2ltf J. C. WALLACE, San Gabriel.
TO l»Etf.—A few pleasant Rooms, with
I Board, corner Eon and Franklin streets.
Inquire at 78 Main street. myl4 tf
FOR SALE.—A new Wilson Sewing Ma
chine, worth 8ti0; fifteen percent, off for
cas'i. Apply at Herald office. my 9 tf
FOR RENT.—A beautiful new cottage on
Olive street, between Eighth and Ninth,
near all horse railroads.
BTABBUCK * BUTLER,
iny9 7f No. 1 Temple street.
FOR SALE.—One share Gentlnela Lund
Company stock. Enquire of Dr. Brown,
Main street, between First and Second.
FOR SALE.—A house and lot on New
High street, fronting tne Pico House.
Also, five building lots near Spring and Sixth
Street Railroad. Enquire ol J. R. SUMMERS,
at Workman Bros. aplo tf
FOR SALE.—A heavy spring wagon,
Willi top, made by one of the best car
riage-makers in ihe State, and nearly as good
a.s new. Can be seen at Steven's Stable, or
address Postoffice Box 110. uprlltf
FOR SALE. — A lot of Thoroughbred
rami Enhulreof s. LEVY, No. 33, cor
ner Aliso und Alameda streets. ap6
fIAONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm
(VI of J. M. BALDWIN,
i.irl3tf 70 M Downey Block.
East Los Angeles & Main Street
DELOS CAMPBELL, : : Proprietor
EAST LOS ANGELES WEST L'S ANGELES
Downey Park. Intersecting Main and
I.nn is. Arrives, /.roves. Arrives.
6:80 A. M. 7:30 A. K. 7:00 a. K. 7:1)0 A. M.
8:>*) " 9:00 " 8:80 " H:m "
9:10 " " 9:1X1 " 9:40 "
10:30 " 12;00 M. 11:30 " 11:00 "
1:00 p. m. 2:2u p.m. 1:50 P. m. 1:30 p. m.
2:10 " 4:00 " 3:;)0 " 3:10 "
4:' JO " 5:40 " 5:!0 " 4:50 "
0:0o " «:30 " 6:30 "
Sixteen Tickets for $I.
IT OIt sa li;.
Ready to transplant.
FOREST GROVE CO.,
niy2s Rooms 43 and 49 Temple Block.
SUNDAY JUNE 0, 1875.
San Fbancisco, June 3.
Greenbacks—Buying, 87; selling. 87)^.
The Remington sewing machine is
the most perfect of the Singer class.
The Mohongo sails to-day for San
The Ancon arrives to-morrow from
Mr. S. A. Tuttle is on his return to
A farmer near Los Angeles has forty
acres in canary seed.
Col. Hopkins of San Francisco is in
Rumble &, Gaertner are making
some promising assays.
Gen. Alexander, of the U. S. engi
neer corps, is at the St. Charles.
The Backman house was so crowded
yesterday that numbers of guests had
to be turned away.
Mr. Seymour, of the Grange store,
has returned from San Francisco with
a large miscellaneous stock of goods.
Passengers for Santa Monica to-day
should go with Donaldson, the old
Game is plentiful nearTemescal hot
Springs, twelve d«er having been shot
recently by one "•irty.
The unfortunate man who was run
over at the depot died Friday night at
Vivian's benefit should be a sub
stantial one on Wednesday night at
Messrs ('ramp and Cloud of Phila
delphia visited the Mission yesterday
and had an enjoyable trip.
Mayor Beaudry sentenced a man
yesterday for assault and battery to
twenty days and an ordinary drunk to
Garing & Smith, of the St. Charles
Restaurant, are applicants for the
Centennial Restaurant at Fainnouut
Arrangements have beeu made for
building a Prismoidal railway from
Wilson college to the wharf, at Wil
The pipe-laying on Fort street, be
tween Third and Fourth, is progress
ing, but it don't compare with the
pipe-laying for county offices this
Tiie Occidental Laundry has a new
partner, an experienced laundress,
and now the firm is D. T. Mooney &
Co. We wisli the new combination
Mr. McCoy, an Oregon detective, is
in the after a man named
Tuttle, who killed his partner, a Mr.
Benson, some time ago in Hillsbdro,
Go to the St. Charles to-day for
your Sunday dinner. it will be a
good square old English dinner, with
ail the substantial and viands that
please the palate of the educated
The following patents were received
at the United States Land Office yes
terday: Alfred A. Freeman, Daniel
Grady, Cornelius Jensen (2), Leonardo
Laboiy, Ole Nelson, Anthony E. Rus
sell, Alexander Smith and Desiderio
Yesterday we saw some splendid
cabinet and promenade photographs,
taken at the Cottage Gallery of Wil
liams & Smith. They are doing work
that cannot be surpassed in San Fran
cisco and the best of it is that their
prices are very low.
The cactus has no charms for the
young fellow who stove iv his elegant
new plug hat on Spring street the
other night, and he suggests that the
owner of that hedge be invited to do a
little pruning, or that the authorities
lay a "side"walk in the middle of the
street past the premises, so that pedes
trians may not have their heads en
dangered while perambulating in that
vicinity after dark.
We had the pleasure yesterday of
meeting Dr. Levi Houston, a leading
physician and for years Acting Mayor
of Leavenworth, Kansas,who has just
returned from Arizona aud proposes
now to examine the resources of Los
Angeles. Dr. Houston says Arizona
is a second Nevada in promising mines
and also a good grazing country, but
many years will be required to develop
it. We heartily welcome the Doctor
to Los Angeles, aud hope be will as
certain our prospects and cast his lot
The Southern Minstrels had a large
audience last night, who were de
lighted with the music and mirth of
the programme. Emlin was immense
in Old Black Joe; Sprague, in Essence
of Ole Virginny, reminded us of Ar
lington; in the double song and
dance, "Apple of my Eye,"
Mayfield & Emlin brought down
the house. Throughout it was
an unusually creditable performance,
and we give the boys our heartiest
commendations. We are rejoiced that
they received such a rousing benefit
last night. It was a reward of merit.
A New Singer.
"Excelsior" is the title of a new
octavo collection of music, published
by A. L. Bancroft & Co., San Fran
cisco. Price, $1. This is the latest
work of Prof. G. W. Linton of Lbs
Angeles, who is the author of several
text books and works on music. The
arrangement o i the elementary depart
ment is unlike anything of the kind
brought before the public, so far as we
know. There is a conciseness and
adaptness which evidences great ex
perience, keen observation and apt
ness for applying the principles of
music to the capacity of the pupil. A
large number of the tunes from his
pen evidence flue taste, variety of
thought and ripe scholarship. Every
variety of metre is represented iv the
work, and among them some good old
tunes of our boyhood days. Much
might be said in favor of this work,
but music teachers and choir leaders
would do well to examine it for them
selves, as it is the latest and claimed
to excel all previous similar publica
Democratic County Committee.
Pursuant to a call of the President,
the Democratic County Committee
met in the Court House at 11 a. m.
yesterilay. »BC HOE
The following members were pres
ent; President W. Woodwortb, Secre
tary A. W. Hutton, E. E. Hewitt, A.
W. Ryan, F. Palomares, C. Aguilar
and E. Pollerino.
The President called the Committee
to order and stated that the object of
calling the meeting was to elect dele
gates to the State Convention and to
order a primary election for county
On motion of E. E. Hewitt, the
Committee proceeded to nominate
delegates to the State and Congres
The following named gentlemen
were appointed such delegates: J. G.
Downey, J. M. Bassett, T. I). Mott,
Asa Ellis, A. Langenberger, J. W.
Venable, F. GauahlrAiao. Hauls, A. F.
Coronel, Frank Sabichi and T. A. Stui
On motion of E. B. Hewitt, it was
Resolved, That the delegates to the
State and District Convention shall
not have power to confer their proxies
upon auy person other than their as
On motion of Mr. Ryan the same
plan for holding the primaries was
adopted that has been used in this
county for the past four years, wbich
is that at which the direct vote is cast
for the candidate.
The primary election was ordered to
be held on Saturday, the 17th day of
The following test was adopted:
Resohnd, That all qualified voters
who are opposed to the present Na
tional administration, and who will
pledge themselves to vote for the
nominees of the Democratic State
convention, shall be allowed to vote
at the primary.
The results of the primaries are to
be returned to the Secretary on or be
fore 1 o'clock p. M. on Thursday, the
22d day of July, 1b75, to which time,
after making preliminaries for hold
ing the primaries, the Committee ad
The Independents In Session.
A meeting of the Los Angeles county
committee of the People's Independ
ent party in Los Angeles was held in
this city yesterday, in pursuance of a
resolution of the committee passed at
their last meeting, held May Bth, 1875*
The committee were all present ex
cept Jotham Bixby, and answered to
their names, as follows: N. P. Rich
ardson, J. S. Smith, J. E. McComas,
J. T. Gordon, W. R. Olden, Ed. Evey
aud J. S. Thompson.
J- T. Gordon moved to proceed to
the appointment of delegates to the
State convention, which motion was
seconded by Mr. Olden and was adopt
The Messrs. J. M. Garvin, Geo. C.
Gibbs,Thomas Hays, J. S. Thompson,
P. C. Tonner, S. *H. Waldron, J. E.
Fulton and Antonio F. Coronel were
nominated us delegates to the State
and Congressional convention.
Mr. Olden moved that the persons
above named as nominated should be
declared elected, which was carried
J. a. Thompson moved that the
above named delegates shall be the
delegates to the State and Congres
sional district conventions respective
ly, which being seconded was carried
Mr. Thompson moved that the dele
gates who may attend the respective
conventions shall cast the entire vote
of the county, wliich, on being sec
onded, was carried unanimously.
The Secretary was ordered to furnish
each delegate with credentials.
Judge J. S. Thompson waß elected
Secretary to the committee.
On motion of Mr. Gordon it was re
solved that when this committee ad
journ it adjourn to meet at 10 o'clock
A. ]L July Ist, 1875, at the office of the
SANTA ANA LETTER.
r'.et-,;* i::nti I —— HRMS'I 1-/Bl*'i
Editor Herald: Haviug seen so
much written of Southern California
in general and many places in partic
ular, and no special mention having
been made of our section of the New
Italy, we feel constrained to arise and
say a few words. We shall speak of
the country East of the Santa Ana
river, from Bulwell's Point on the
North to Newport Bay on the South
In general, and Santa Ana in particu
From Bulwell's Point to. Newport
Bay, the distauce is near fourteen
miles. The average width from the
river on tire West to the hills on the
East, is near eight miles. This will
Include Orange, Santa Ana, Tustin
City and Gospel Swamp. A little ex
planation regarding the latter name:
The "Gospel" portion was given by
some one, we don't know who, on ac
count of the great number of ministers
it contained; tbe "swamp" portion
was so named from the country being
low, moist lands, but not a swamp, for
Ihe finest corn land in the country is
there. Six years since, this whole
country contained but three or four
American families, our energetic and
go-ahead townsman W. H. Spurgeon
being one and Mr. Tedford of the
Swamp being another, Tbe remain
ing names we have forgotten. But
now how changed the scene! To-day
there are not less than 1,500 families
settled here, where then roamed at
will vast herds of cattle, sheep and
horses. Our people are all in easy
circumstances, and many iv- afflu
ence. . None remain poor in such a
productive land as this. Of Santa
Ana proper, we now propose to speak.
We have three large stores, in which
can be found all the articles kept in
places of greater importance than we
have aspired to. W. H. Spurgeon, M.
Frankle & Co. and J. Harlin are our
merchants. J. Harlin antl W. H.
Spurgeon have both built recently.
Mr. H. has moved into his new store
and Mr. S. expects to occupy his quite
sooii. Mr. Spurgeon's store is quite a
fine building—two stories high, 00x2(5
feet, hard finished throughout. He
has also a store room attached, 40x20
IVet. The upper portion of tiie store is
a splendid hall, which will soon be oc
cupied by the Masons and Odtl Fel
lows. Our commodious school house
is used for a church on Sundays, and
Methodists, Presbyterians, Baptists
and Christians are represented hereby
parties from their respective churches.
There is also a Uuion Sabbath School,
under the superintendence of Mr. El
lis, in which children from the vari
ous denominations can be found, all
working in harmony. Tho I. 0. G. TVs
have a lodge here, which, we have
been informed, is in a flourishing con
dition. Mr. Faulkner keeps a hotel,
and it is constantly full to overflowing.
There is an openiug here for some en
ergetic man to make a fortune. Mr.
Palmer has a line two-story house,
well finished and thoroughly adapted
for a hotel, having been built for that
purpose, which he ofjers on easy terms
at one-hplf the cost of the building, to
any oue v ho will open it as a hotel.
Mr. Palmer is deeply interested in real
estate here and desires to see the place
improve; hence ths offer. Three
blacksmith shops are continually in
full blast and turn out daily as good
work as can be done in the county.
Mr. Dibler owns a tin shop and is kept
constantly employed, making pipes
for artesian wells,keeping himatjwork
the greater portion of his time. Our
genial friend James Hickey has a well
kept livery stable, one which cannot
be surpassed in the county outside of
Los Angeles. Jim has abundant faith
iv Santa Ana, and spares no means to
make it pleasant aud attractive. We
are soon to have a saddler's shop, to
meet tbe demands of our fast-growing
country. Drs. Cummings & Burtnet
keep a good assortment of drugs and
fancy articles and are building up a
good business; being competent and
obliging, they are sure to succeed. As
we are pushed for time and space, we
won't name the M. Ds. Mrs. Cun
ningham has a millinery and dress
making establishment, in which all
the paraphernalia necessary for a lady
can be found, and of the latest and
most approved style. We have no
lawyers and you need not send us any,
as we ure a law-abiding people. James
McFadden, Esq., furnishes us with
lumber from Newport Landing. His
new steamer, which is being built to
ply the coast for our special benefit, is
nearly finished, By-the-by, there is a
project on foot to build a narrow gauge
railroad from here to Newport Bay.
There is no doubt but what it will be
built, as a good wharf can be built at
Newport ttnd the country through
wliich it will pass is perfectly level.
We have fine facilities for irrigation,
getting all the water we want from
the Semi-Tropical ditch; but our soil
is of .such a character that but little
water l_s required. A few words about
our artesian wells. So much has been
said and written about the "Artesian
belt," as our friend, the urbane agent
of the San. Bernardino Land Company
calls the country around the above
named place, that a stranger might
infer wo were completely destitute of
water. Mr. Spurgeon and Mr. Bush,
here in town, each have fine wells.
Captain Wert, a Bhort distance from
town, got an inch flow from a seven
inch pipe at 00 feet. Grant Harris got
a two inch flow from a seven inch pipe,
at 72 feet. "Grant" says he don't want
a "third term," but he would like for
some one to come and start a mill, so
as to utilize the water. He says it is a
regular "elephant," and untamed at
that. We will give the names of par
ties aud the depth at which water was
obtaiued: Mrs. Ross,—feet; McFad
den Bros., 40 feet; McCullough, 30
feet; Kern, 40 feet; Thos. Smith, 47
feet; Henry Cassada, 46 feet; Helms,
46 feet; Long, — feet; J. J. Tedford, 76
feet; McCormick, 180 feet; J. W. Lay
man, 77 feet; C. B. Layman, — feet;
Frank Wakeham, 92 feet; H. H.
Wakeham, 130 feet: J. S. Damm, —
feet; G. Allen, 180 feet. The last
named well is next to Mr. Edwards'
well, of Westminster, which is the
largest one in the county. We have
been thus particular to let it be known
that water can be had in abundance.
In our next we propose to give some
items regarding the crops, fertility of
A Local Editor Mobbed.
A few days ago in our innocence we
published a little news item about
Smith, the till-tapper. For a while we
thought it a good thing, but yesterday
morning our dream was dissipated
when we met an enraged member of
the Smith family on Alameda street.
He propounded the logical inquiry,
"Are you local editor of the Herald?"
"Yes sir." "Did you write that item
about Smith, the till-tapper?" On
being answered affirmatively, Smith's
chest heaved, his muscles worked and
the veins on Smith's neck seemed
bursting with surplus vitality. For
tunately this Smith was a deliberate
man; so, after spasmodically clench
ing his fiat, he remarked, " Well, my
name is Smith, and my friends have
been saying ' tili-tanper' to me ever
since, an 1 I am a jist goin r to tap your
head for you, you <T— d slanderer!"
Before Smith had got his muscle up
to the required tension, a happy
thought struck us. " Mr. Smith," we
gently suggested, " there may be some
mistake about your case, and before
proceeding further you must bring
some one we know to identify you."
" What?" said the astonished Smith,
as lie dropped his lists at his side.
"You must bring some one to identify
you." " What in h—l do you want
me identified for?" "Well, it's just
this: your family is quite numer
ous, aud we are not sure you
are the right man to feel
aggrieved. If you whip the local editor
of the Herald, ten chances to one
another Smith, seeing the same arti
cle, will call around and we will have
to be whipped over. If we whip you,
and yon shouldu't be the right man,
we may have to whip tiie whoie Smith
family before we find the right man.
ho in this case you must be identified
before the fight proceeds." "H—-1 and
d—m—n," yelled Smith, "I don't be
lieve I'm the man. Let's go over to
Keller's depot and take a drink." Not
requiring any identification of Smith
on his last proposition we became bet
ter acquainted at Keller's, and now
Smith swears he will fight any mem
ber of the Smith family who takes of
fense at the article on "Smith,the till
Truth is tough. It will not break,
like a bubble, at a touch; nay, you
may kick it about all day, like a foot
ball, and it will be round and full at
evening. Does not Mr. Bryant say
that "truth gets well if she is run over
by a locomotive, while error dies of
lockjaw if she scratches her finger"?—
Captain McGowan and his detach
meut arrived at Port Indepeneuce on
Sunday, after twenty-five days scout
in the Cerro Gordo District for the
bandits who have been murdering
and pillaging in the Southern counties.
The military although failing to come
up with their chase have made travel
ing safer in that region.
Tbe Bazaar, terrier of Main and Re
quena streets, haa just received an im
mense stock of new goods, consisting
of clothing, dry goods, boots, shoes,
hats, etc., which they will sell at bot
tom prices. Call and examine their
GOD IN ALL.
Above, below, la sky and sod,
In leaf and spar, star ami man,
Well might tiie wise Athenian scan
The geometric signs of God -
The measured order of His plan.
And Judla's mystics sang aright
Of the One I,lfe pervading all-
One Being's tidal rtseuml f ill
In soul ami form. In sound ami sight,—
Eternal outflow and recall.
Clod is; and man in gulll und tear
The central fact of Nature owns;—
Kneels trembling, by his ullar-stones,
And darkly dreams the ghastly smear
Of blood appeases and atones,
How fait the idols false and erlml
Aud lo! their hideous wreck above
The emblems of the Lamb and Dove!
Man turns from God, not <;o,( from him,
Aud guilt In suffering whispers " Love!"
The world sits at the feet of t Tirlst,
Unknowing, blind, and unconsoled:
It yet shall touch his garment's fold,
Aud feel the heavenly Alchemist
Transform Its very dust to gold.
The Rev. Wm. H. Hill will preach
in the Episcopal Church at 11 A. M.
and 7:45 p. M. The Holy Communion
will be administered at the close of tbe
morning service, and the Sunday
School wiM meet immediately there
after. Subject for the evening lecture,
" Near-sighted Christians." Seats
free, and all are cordially invited to at
The public services of the Presbyte
rian Church will be conducted by Rev.
A. F. White, L.L. D., and will be held
in Good Templars' Hall at 11 a. m.
and at 8 o'clock p. M. The Bible Class
and Sabbath School meet immediate
ly after the morning service.
Preaching in the M. E. Church, Fort
street, at 11 A. M. by Rev. D. A. Dry
den of Hellister, and at 8 p. m. by the
pastor, J. M.Campbell. Sunday School
Congregational Church, New High
street, Rev. D. T. Packard, pastor.
Preaching at 11 A. si. and 7 p. M.
Sunday School and Bible Classes at
Preaching at the German Church,
Spring street, between Fourth aud
Fifth, at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. M.
Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. J. C.
Zahn,"Pastor. All Germans are in
Catholic Church—Rev. Pedro Verda
guer, Parish Priest. First Mass at 7:30
A. M., with Spanish sermon; second
Mass at 9; High Mass at 10:30—ser
mon in English. Catechism class at
2:30 p. m., and vespers at 3:30 o'clock.
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The religion of Jesus sanctifies bus
uess and belongs to it as much as to
the social aud domestic sides of life.
ST. CHARLES—SaIarI A Garing, Proprietors.
W J Ruth, Gspl Swmp W W Standefer, Dwny
J S Grumbling, Ky D A Dryden, S Diego
LB Allen, AT B S Alexander, TJ S A
H Dlghter, S Brndo J N Van Nuys, S Frnd
R Furlong, Orange J B Lankershlm, do
S H Butterfield. Nietos
LAFAYETTE—FIuhr & Gerson, Proprietors.
PJauereguy, Ls Coyots P Gallis, Petro Blaneo
D Pias, Wis D Milier, S Jose
W Montgomer y.Calnt J W McLeod, 8 F
Mr Jansen, Callente C W Preston, do
W II Brown,Spadra C Downing, do
THalleck, do C B Bishie, do
UNITED STATES—Ham me I & Uenker.Prps.
D Ross, S Cruz S Harper, S Monica
W McCloe,Minstrels F F Mite ,ell, S Krndo
J Hamlin, Haviluh E M Peunoycr, do
E Malone, do W Kittridga, do
0 Boures, do F Dielser, do
J Bourd. Bkrsfld G W Flood, do
E Evey, Anahm A Dallas & 2 dau, Nts
C Wugner, do L Houston, Kan
.1 MeLHiigldin,do G F Dubois, S F
J T Kage.wf A c.Calnt LTEmmery.do
DC Starling, do T P Luther, S Diego
J Dawson H Barnard, S F
Q Burk, Idaho J Hawkins, Kan
All Political Announcement* must
be paid for In Advance.
FOB COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
fice of Tax Collector of Los Angeles county at
the ensuing election in September. Je2 td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
JNO. M. BALDWIN
Will be a candidate at the next election for
the otllce of County Recorder. Jes td
ii. m:. mitchkll
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
fice of Sheriff of Los Angeles county at the
coming election. Je2 td
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
Is a candidate for County Treasurer at the ap
prone lung election. inyll
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
C. W . &OU L I>
Announces himself as a candidate for County
Auditor at the ensuing election. myB td, (
FOR COUNTY RECORDER,
J . W . Ci lI.L*; T T E ,
Desires a second term only. myl
FOR ROAD COMMISSIONER.
J. K. STUMP
Announces blmself as a candidate for the of
fice of Road Commissioner at the ensuing
election, subject lo the decision of the people.
my 22 td*
V. 11. 31 ELL II 0
Will be a candidate for Constabfe of Los An
geles Township at the ensuing county tlec
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTEND
GEO 11. I? E O X
Will be a candidate for re-election, my 27
66 Malu St., Loa Angeles, Cal.
Keeds on hand the Largest and Best Assort
Metallc and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds,
Trimmings, etc., etc.,
In t his City, direct from the East. Dealers in
the country will find it lo thelrintercst to give
him a call, as be will sell goods
Cheaper than they can get
them in San Francisco.
FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF FUNERALS.
Bodies Embalmed for Shipment East.
All orders by telegraph promptly attended
to. The finest
Hearse In Southern California.
ANY ONE IN NEED OF
Shelving, Cou inters, Etc.
Suitable lor dry goods, grocery store or otliei
business, c»n get a bargain by calling immr
dlately at the store of
CASWELL & ELLIS.
Tt E W Jk. Tt I> !
The Board of Fire Underwriters
Of Sau Francisco offer a reward of 91,000 foi
the arrest aud conviction of any one guilty ol
arson in the city of Los Angeles.
Wm. B. Johnston.
For further information, apply to
W. J. BRODHICK.
my 22 lm
LOS ANGELES BROOM FACTORY,
L. W. CERRISH Proprietor
No. 60 Aliso Street.
Manufacturer and dealer iv Brooms and
Brushes, Orders PROMPTLY tilled.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
meeting of the Democratic County Cen
tral Committee for Los Angeles county will
be held in the District Court Room, In ihe city
of Los Angeles, at 11 o'clock A. M. on SATUR
DAY, the sth day of JUNE, A. D. 1870, for the
purpose of making preliminary arrang -ments
for the ensuing political campaign in this
State and county. Every member of the Com
mittee Is required to be present.
W. WOODWORTH, Chum of Com.
A. W. HUTTON, Sec. Dem. Central Com.
Los Angeles, May 20,187.}. my 27 td
SH O O T? T, Y.
A FOUR-HORSE STAGE,
J. M. DONELSON, : : Proprietor,
Will leave Los Angeles
'» at at 7:;:u a. v. Re-
lulling, will arrive iii Los
Angeles at (i p. 2,
Passengers called for ln any purl of the city.
Tickets can be had at the Stage Office, in
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Otllce, corner Main and
Market streets. GEO. PKIDHAM,
my2S tf Agent.
LOS ANGELES BRANCH
Cash Assets, - - - $600,000
Capital, - $300,000
J. F. Houghton President
G. H. Howard Vice-President
H. H. Bigelow General Manager
C. R. STOKV , secretary
R. H. MaoUjL General Agent
LOS ANGELES TRUSTEES:
. S. B. CAMWKT.L, H. D. Bakuows,
S. H. MOTT, J. S. Sl.Al SON,
F. P. F. Tkmpi.k.
TEMPLE At WORKMAN,
Which Branch Includes Los Angeles and
Sun Bernardino counties. All moneys re
ceived for premium* will be invested under
the control of the Trustees of the Los Angeles
Branch wllhin the district. All tosses ad
justed and paid by the Directory.
my 27 tf J. K. TOBEBMAN.
Phoenix Insurance Company, of
Home Insurance Company, of
London Assurance Corporation,
FIRE RISKS AT CURRENT RATES,
Policies issued Direct from this
CHARLES R. JOHNSON, Agent,
THE SANTA MONICA
Eighty Choice Building Lots,
Beautifully situated; only Aye minutes' walk
Los Angeles and Independ
This property fronts on the Ocean. Soli 01
the best quality.
Obtainable at a depth of thirty feet. The besl
locality known In this part of California ta
seabathing, and is destined to become ilu
On the Pacific CoasL
Any one desiring to purchase one or more
ol these lots can make v choice for
8200 IN COLD COIN,
Payable one-third cash, one-third In sis
months and one-third in twelve months.
An Artesian Well Is now being sunk neat
tho property. For particulars, inquire of
J. H. 1,1 « AS. Agent,
At U. 8. Land Office.
Or to J. D. BICKNELL, Rooms 39 and 4
Temple Block. my2l 11
LEWIS L E \AM N~
SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK .v Co.,
At the well known
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE.
Sprint: Htreet, adjoining tin Postoffice,
Jh offering to his friends and the public in
general, the finest assortment of Slandard
POETICAL and PROSE WORKS,
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Plain
and Musical Work Boxes, Musical De
canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios,
LADIES' AND GENT'S WALLETS.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Banjos,
And many otner useful articles stiitable for
FINE STATIONERY, BLANK 800 Km
And hundreds of other articles, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will be spared to meet the Wants
of the public, aud I hope to merit a fair share
Jau3-tf LEWIS I, K WIN.
T A KE lw GrTIC E7~
Consumers of Water of the Los Ange
les City Water Company:
Consumers East of Hill and New HigK
streets will be allowed water for gardens be
tween the hours of 7 and 9 a. m. and 6 and 7
P. M. Any useless waste of water at any time
in water closets, guldens, etc., or any infringe
ment Oi this rule, will necessitate the shutting
off of the water, which will not betur lon
again but on the payment of |1 ami a lull
compliance with these rule. Street sjn ink
ling from hose strictly prohibited.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
CHARLES E. MILES,
mymr Supt. L. A. City Waesi I ,
To my friends and the public of Imh Attgtt f,
I hereby return you my sincere thank-, is
your kind sympathy and earnest suppm; in
this my time or trouble. But, for the satisinc
tion of all, I will state here that I have arisen
from the ruins once more, and in a few days
will be running in full blast again. Having
rented the store No. 15 Main street, signoiet's
new building, I will in a day or two be able to
accommodate my friends and numerous pa
trons with fully as stylish and fashionable
suits as I have heretofore turned out, ami will
show to the public that the ACME OF if AMI
ION Is not dead yet and that its proprii
will be found there as a liable and accommo
dating: as ever. With these few remarks 1
will close by thanking my patrons lor past
favors, and hopiug a continuation ol lhe
same. I remain your humble servant,
D. W. FITBPATKIGK.
Fashionable Tailor. No, 1» Matn street, Mg
noseUs new building, opposite Pico Hou a,
Los Angeles. mvl'-' l
LOS ANGELES CITY~
DBAREHQUHtItH AND THOSE WISH-
O ing lo take shares, will please take noiiee
Thursday, July I, 1875,
The lots will be distributed among the .share
holders, and all instalments becoming due by
the Ist of duly next mnsl be paid on or hciore
the day of distribution. The tract of land to
be distributed among the shareholders lie.-.
Just North of
Between Pico and Washington streets; Is one
of the finest locations in the city, and is rap-
Idly appreciating In value.
The slze of all the lots is
loa :*-r> feet front
17." 4-.-> FEET DEEP.
The price of lots is fixed at $:HXI, payable In
monthly instalments of $20, without Interest,
until paid. .
This Association DiffersS flneopportunlty for
persons of small means to procure, on terms
which they will hardly feel, a homestead in
one of the most desirable and Improving sec
tions of our city, only slew steps flroru the
Main Street Railroad, which is now nearly in
operation, and directly on the line Of the pro
jected rail road by Washington streei u> the
Subscription list at the office of lhe Secre
tary. ED. A. PHEUsS.
GO TO THE
POSTOFFICE STATIONERY STORE
— FOR —
— A X D —
mi 8 tf
Greatest Invention of the Age!
GLI ADEN'S BARBED WIRE FENCE
BEST STUCK FENCE EVER OFFERED
to the Coast, (hi exhibition and for sale
a 1 die
Gr RA.IN G E STORE,
J. W. STUMP,
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Rooms 3 and 4 Downey Block.
my 7 tf d<*w
REM! WTBR AUD tICTWft
The lightest running and most perfect ten
sions of all sewing machines.
A.. M. JAYNEB,
General Agent for Southern California.
OO Spring; Street,
THE AGENCY OF
THE HALLET DAVIS
Is removed from Main and Second streets to
IVo, 160 Main Street,
Retween First and Second, on the East side,
A. If. HAVEI.I..
Teacher of Music.
»ar PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED-Wi
8U PERIOR GRADE
FRENCH AND SPANISH
For sale by I ho
SAN FERNANDO^ SHEEP CO.
For further particulars enquire .it
H. NEW MARK'S,
Or at the premises, thirteen miles North o.
Los Angeles, on the Santa Barbarastage road
my 2 lm I. LANKEBSHIM.