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\A/ANTED. -Twenty-five hundred head
»v o, hesp— v>><i I ew<'H—to keen on'ba'ON
for two years. Enquire of I. >'. iKitUUs. N
for lourd iys, corner Spring and Coun s'r els.
WvNTED- - -hu .Hons tor young man
Und Ills sister, who desire In relniiii. In
ge'h t. The y-una lady can d snv Inside
work; young man has had expert nee in ink
-1 nit c ir" of farm, bee ranches, se| of honk";
has neied as ng ii' In variou- capacities. En
quire of v.J. Davidson, Cha*. 11 Halt of city,
or address LRSLIK F. GAY. city.
h ISL'w ''aw
WANT ED.—situation by a d> coral or, with
lil c experience In tapesiry work; a
first-class h in i in every re*pec'. Apply nt
0 He" ot Li Granted, and for reference .address
Me*. If. Plumb & Co., Post street, San Foin
cNco. Jel.'i lw
FOUND. —Near si. VI n"- College, one
Miv Horse, with o>e white (botj al<o
saddle and bridle. Can be seen at the City
Pound. j..|5 lw
WANTED.— \ young man nf experience
In the cupent.er and joiner's trade de
sires employment. References furnished,
Aop'v a' the 11 wit u.n oll'.cn. J"'t lw
1 OST AND FOUND.-A man tost his
mm i "in per for not mi ding ago'd olgar or a
good fitting shirt tint on perambulating tbe
street f mmi ihe first at 107 Main street?and
tho latter at :t» Main street. He Is now the
b. 'sti tempered man In this city, and he swears
that he Will not buy either a olgar or any un
derwear except at the '•Identical."
8« Main B'.,under Bankman House,
OratiM Main street, next to vv., F. A Co.'s
PRIVATE BOARDING and furnished
Ho his |'o rent, on Fort street, second
do .r f-.'tn Fir"'. in\ 11 lm
WANTED.— A girl (odo geneml house*
wife. »pply at ihe first rvttngo on
M mi si e,.f South of Fourth, between the
hoursol -' nd Ip. Iff, mvltf
R'V>aflS." FA M I i.'i and Single Rooms
Willi board at Col. Peel's on spring St.
AN W WILC"X & GIBBSSKWING Ma
chine for sale at 45 per cent, less than
c,"sh price. Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE-FOR RENT.
IN STORI AND FOR S ALL-Feb.
I Blue Grass seed In sm ■11 packages, Mn«
bisiz-d Iron M titles, Manilla Wrapping Pa
be", all sizes. Spring and Wrapping Twines.
Direct consignments from maniifac tltvrs.
je.7 lw J. L. WARD * CO.
FURN ITU RE FOR SALE.-A lot of I
oou-ei oid furniture, complete for house-
k p epii.g,suitable for small family. Require
ait h ; olfine, je!s 1 1 »
7 JRNISHED ROO AS TO~LET-.\t
I ilie Willie HoUSe; Well Ventilated Hid
k pt Hi ?o i| o' c . i i ply up stain. JeH Bt*
Fid SALE.-The boarding-house turn!*
tare ao i B .' ii i' of the iioarding-hou-e
corner Alameda and C tnmerclal st eeta—ull
now. Call on MRS. RUCKER, at the prem
ises. j h m
TReES FOR SALE.-i tfty Th«.usatid
orange, L-monnu i L me Trees,suitable
for s ttmgout in nursery ibissumue r.oiwill
Contract to deliver t hem When fun yeais ■ Id
Add ess J. S Cv \PP, Pos'olßce b (•*liW.or ap
ply Hi tho place of D. CLvPP foUl Hides
s.c;lh of Mi" Bj v. ,j"2 I in
FJR SALE.-Mapo theeltyO! bos An
sele«, ju-i published, by B.iNOI«>FT A
tII \ V R, Ileal Beta c Brokers. 21 spring
st eet, near P, O. P'io : Mounted o t rollers,
H; p I'kt t edition, tl 80. M died to any part
of h'U.s. ii rei dpi of peli o. iny2N tf
TO RENT.— on reasonable t rms, for
pasture, until Sepi mber next, 840 acta*
oi la d situated about 8 mile- Northwest of
\ naheim und aitoui 8 miles from tin- railroad.
Enqniie of W. H. J. B 00K8, No. 13 • prlng
Hit I Io.V'JS
R JOodS TO LET—Euii.i-li dorUnfur
liTsheil, iv the house of an English liui- ,
01) Beaudty Street, between New HLh and
liuen-i Vji >f-C"ts. mv:tilm*
F jR SALE CHEAP.-\ larae number
m t nitty growing Lime Trees, in good
onudltion. Appiv to ■
11.-.llf .1, P W ' I f, ' CP /.■,„, r ».vnl
FOR SALE.-" 1 '" -ll.oc teiol... I li
Comp ■ v.v stock. ktiquirenf Dr. Brown,
Main street, h tween First and Beoond.
FOR SALE. — v lot of Thoroughbred
rains. Enquire nf H LEVY, No. S3, coi
ner Ali-o mid A lamedastreets, npC
M"olsiEYir6^N^S^^>MaTe tl UJ .....«....
ot J, M. BALDWIN,
m 13 f 7» 1-3 Downt) Block.
SHOO jF" I-j V .
A FOUR-HORSE STAGE,
J. M. DONELSON, : : Proprietor,
»> Will leave Los Angeles
|) '..daily at at 7:W A. si. Ue
y- jjg^/ltii "T^Qfj turning, will arrive in Los
Angelas at (i r. m.
Passengers called for In any part ofthe city;
Tickets can be bad at the Stage Office, in
Wells, Fargo & Co.'S Oflice, corner Main and
Market streets. GEO, PRIDHAM,
mytßtf , Agent.
For Boys and Girls.
Spring HI reel, below Third.
TERMS PER MONTH, IN ADVANCE.
To Fourth Reader. 3 3 <>0
To Algebra 4 00
Higher branches Extra,
Classes so arranged that promotions can be
made as- Si jii as tne pupil IS prepared.
Dr. H< Trim, P. w. Cralgue and Joseph D.
ij, ncli, of the Evening Express.
my.9 if J. 1». DoIILAN, Principal.
E. E. F IMS KB, L. W. Thatcher.
FISHER & THATCHER,
Wholesale and Retail Manutacturers of
Have In sto, k the very finest
.tewelry. Diamonds. Watches,
fi .ii it a ru tr< iikr,
Keepcs ol the standard (observatory) time
for the city, and S. P. R. K.
rebUtt 07 Main Nt.. fiM AnaelPM.
FRENCH AND SPANISH
For sale by the
SAN FERNANDO^ SHEEP CO.
For further particulars enquire at
Or at the premises, thirteen miles North of
Los Angeles,ou tbeWaniH Baricnnslage road.
my 2 lm I. LANUEBaHIM.
io<s QnpUt Snail
THURSDAY, .JUNE 17, 1875.
San Fkanoisoo, June 16,
1 in- ill ks—Buying, 88; selling. 87
An hour's rain at Ballonn yesterday.
.Some rain fell yesterday morning.
For Eastern and Foreign telegraph
dispatches see fourth page.
A youtip; men's Democratic Club is
to l>e established in this city.
The Ancon will leave San Fran
The Mohongo will leave for San
The front foundation of the Gold
Bank is finished.
The schooner Cora, sailed for Caspar
Creek yesterday morning.
A hall at Santa Monica next Satur
Telegrams for C. H. Tompkins
and John Wood at the Western Union
In the District Court yesterday the
case of Conlan va, Quluaby was con
tinued for the term.
Mayor Beaudry had no cases yester
day in his school of correcti"ti so be
adjourned to the Sisters' School.
Fifty cases of petroleum from San
Fernando arrived yesterday moiving.
It is pronounced non-explosive.
On and after to-day McNally & Mal
colm will have a pleasure yacht at
Santa Monica for parlies.
Judge J. E. MeComas is mentioned
by ti correspondent of the Herald
The Confidence Fire Company have
ordered fifty uniforms at $11.50 each
and have $585 in the treasury.
Our old friend, Lewis Adams, now
with Fenkhausen & Co. of Sau Fran
cisco, is spending a few days in this
Work will commence on the new
Methodist church on Fort steeet to*
day. It is to he an imposing structure
ami will cost about S2S,UOU.
A tigh on Commercial street last
night was promptly quelled by Mar
shal (JamHo, und both combatants
Were taiven to the calaboose.
Twenty-five cars loaded with lum
ber, merchandise and railroad iron
came up ironi Wilmington yester
Mr. J, W. Stump received a lot of
bart>ed wire fence by last steamer.
Those who ordered can now be .sup
There will be a meeting of the 4th
of July Executive Committee to-day
at 4 P. M. at the office of Howard &
Hazard, Downey Block. A full at
tendance is requested.
The asphaltum trough used by the
Water Company in their yard on Mar
chessault street took tire several times
vestenlav. but was extimruislied
Without much difficulty.
Master Freddy Burnham, the boy
who was injured by being thrown
from his horse last week, has been
presented with $125 by the owner of
The sale of furniture at the residence
of Mr. Lytle, No. 209, Main street,
takes place this morning at 10 o'clock.
The stock comprises every thing neces
sary for housekeeping, aud Jones &
Noyea will sell without reserve.
A man named Jim Swartz stole a
coat yesterday morning from a work
man at Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
yard, but was pursued, caught and
handed over to Officer Sands. He is
an old offender.
In the County Court yesterday, in
the habeas corpus case of Munuela
Schlater vs. Jacob Schlater, her hus
band, for the custody of an infant
nineteen months old, she was placed
In possession of it.
Rev. L S. Kalloch, of the Metropol
itan Tabernacle of San Francisco, will
preach In this city on Sunday week,
and not next Sunday, as has been an
nounced. A telegram has been re
ceived by us to that effect.
The blanks in our report of the Sis
ters' School indica' the parts that
would have been taken by the late
Miss M. Camarillo and her sister. We
did not learn the names of the young
lathes who took their places iv the
From Lewis Lewin, successor to
Brodrick & Co., Spring street,we have
received the music and words of "Men
Vita Amo Te." Words he Jf Glenn
Newbill and music by Will M. Ste
phens of this city. Lewin has copies
At the regular meeting of South Star
Degree Lodge No. 7, I. O. O. F., Tues
day evening. June 15th, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
leim: H. Burdick, D. M. (re-elected);
A. W. Htitton, D. D. Af.j Ben. A.
Stanard, R. S. (re-elected); A. J. Ham
ilton, Treas,. J. P. Flood, I. G.
Sam Prager is threatened with
trouble. He has brought so many line
iroods here that he is bankrupting a
number of families. The husband*
and fathers of pretty women who have
spent all thrir money in Sam's stotv
are about to commence suit against
nim for uellillM tne most beautiful
dresses, ribbons aud other feminine
things ever brought to Los Angeles.
The social of the ladies of the Meth
odist Episcopal Church took place at
the residence of Judge Widney and
was a very pleasant affair. The par
lors were tilled with ladiesand gentle
men, and charades, songs, reading and
conversation occupied the time so
agreeably that ten o'clock arrived al
most before the company were aware
A great Improvement has been made
in the Merced Theatre. Mr. Abbott
has added a balcony and made ether
additions which greatly improves the
appearance of the interior, and pro
vides seats for about double tbe num
ber of people who could be seated
heretofore. Those who have not been
in the Merced since its renovation and
change will be astonished at the im
proved appearance of things this eve
The Methodist Church South have
prepared an elegant programme for
their entertainment to-night at Turn-
Verein Hall—tableaux, charades and
music for the million, and the pres
ence of a host of charming ladies, who
are intent on raising sufficient funds
to furnish their new church iv good
style. We urge all to patronize this
festival and thus assist this enterpris
ing congregation to put the finishing
touches on their commodious edifice.
On Tuesday night the Chinese held
a pow-wow at the rookeries which are
to he removed in the extension of Los
Angeles street. It might properly be
called an indignation meeting, but
they finally resolved to build a large
house and commence immediately.
They talked, smoked and feasted until
two o'clock yesterday morning', and
that accounts for the dissipated looks
of the Chinese cooks around town yes
As an actress, Miss Kate Denin has
acquired a fame enviable and wide
spread. She has received the highest
encomiums from the most exacting
critics throughout the United States,
iv Australia and elsewhere. We have
seen criticisms on her personations in
Melbourne journals, of which any ac
tress may well feel proud. This gifted
lady will, this evening, commence a
short engagement at the Merced The
atre In this city, on which
occasion will be presented Du
mas' thrilling five - act tragedy,
"Camille; or the Fate of'a Coquette,"
with Miss Denin in the title role. The
popular actor, Mr. J. Al. Sawtelle, Is
cast for "Armand," a character in
which he has attained national lame.
The piece is well cast anil will be pre
sented in a style which cannot fail to
win the applause of all.
A Melancholy Incident.
The raised tapestry work which was
so much admired yesterday at the
Sisters' School, was made by Miss
Magdalena Camarillo, who, at the
time the work was receiving the unan
imous plaudits of visitors, was lying
iv the cold embrace of death, upstairs
In the school. She had been sick of
brain fever for several days, and at 2
o'clock yesterday morning breathed
her last. She was a promising scholar
aud is universally regretted.
Pomona Grange No. 1.
Tlie first Grange in the State to work
in the fifth or Pomona degree of the
Onler of Patrons of Husbandry, was
organized at Good Templar's Hall on
the 14th inst., by J. M. Hamilton,
Worthy Master of the State Grange of
the State Grange of California, as
sisted by Thos, A. Garey, County
Deputy. A large delegation, com
posed of brothers und sisters from all
parts of the county, was present. Good
order and the best of feeling prevailed.
The following officers were elected for
the ensuing year: Edward Evey of
Anaheim, Master; J. Q. A. Stanley of
Los Angeles, Overseer; J. E. MeCo
mus of Compton, Lecturer; T. C. Alex
ander of Enterprise O range, .Steward;
P6ter Penfold of El Monte, Assistant
Steward; — Floydd of El Monte, Chap
lain; E. B. Gravel in of Los Nietos,
Treasurer; Geo. C. Gibbs of San Ga-
Imlv.l, U.VIVICUJ! t-i O. .»hiiw of >l r >
dra, Gate-Keeper; Mrs. Louisa J. Ga
rey of Lot Angeles, Pomona; Miss
Cunningham of Los Nietos, Lady As
sistant Steward. The meeting ad
journed to meet again at the above
place the first Friday In July.
LETTER FROVI ORANGE.
.\e Party > omlnnl lon .! nilge Metonion
for Sheriff" ~ luuVueu<leut Action
Seconded for School Suueriuteii
Editor Herald:—The suggestion
of the Scoolrnanter, to which your pa
per has given a much larger circula
tion, that there be no party nomina
tions for the offlce of County Superin
tendent of Schools, but that the ques
tion be left to a direct vote of the peo
ple untrammeled by party ties, is
meeting almost universal approval.
Politics or party questions should be
kept as far as possible from our schools,
and the people do not need the inter
vention of nominating conventions to
select for them two or three candidates
for the important offlce of County Su
perintendent, but for the other county
offices I presume we shall have at least
two sets of candidates in the Held reg
ularly endorsed by their respective
For the office of Sheriff" of this
county I hope to see placed in noini
tlon the name of Judge J. E. McCo
mas, of Campion. He is a gentleman
favorably and well known throughout
the county, of incorruptible integrity,
and indefatigable energy and perse
verance. He is just the man to fill
that important office. The names of
other good men have been mentioned
in connection with the shrievalty of
this county, but I will venture to say
that no more popular candidate has
been or can be pmpo-ed than J. E
McComas, for Sheriff of Los Angeles
county. Yours truly,
W. R. B.
Santa Barbara Items.
[Pres-., Hih inst.J
Our reporter learns from several par
tie* that as Johnnie Boyle and a com
panion were coming to the city with a
loud of wood this morning, the w.iiron
suddenly upset, throwing the parties
under the load killing young Boyle
and seriously injuring his companion.
It was first said that Boyle was v
iriver for Mr. Moinnnis, hut our re
porter afterwards learned that he
was driving one of the sister's team*.
The growth of the trees and shrubs
in the Court House grounds must
have attracted the attention of the cit
izens who ate familiar with Ihe rapid
growth of our semi-tropical trees and
shrubs. In a year more, thesa irrounds,
but a year ago entirely treeless, will
present an appearance to Eastern
eyes which would indicate that these
grounds must have beeu in cultivation
at least five years,
Large open-air meetings are being
conducted daily by the churches of
Stockton, and they nre very largely
attended, Considerable interest is
The San Jose Fruit Cannery now
gives employment to about 150 per
Six ears of Immigrants arrived nt
Sacramento from tue East on Satur
THE SISTERS SCHOOL.
The IHst. ibiitiitu ot Premium* I utler
the Willow* — V <i mad Inntru
meiitit! Miihlc - Aildrcaaes, E«Na»*,
am! Oi < 1 .ii uions . Hfeech by Blab
op Mora <»rnii<i Exhibition, ol Tat
Yesterday morning at ten o'clock a
largecrowd was in attendance at the
.Sisters' School on Alameda street, to
witness the distribution of premi
ums to tbe scholars.
UNDER THE WILLOWB.
The exercises were held in an arbor,
constructed under the willow trees.
Seats ha i bern arranged for a congre
gation of about one thousand, and a
platform had been prepared for two pi
anos and the literary exercises."
The exercises were under the imme
diate control of the Sisters, and
there were present, Right Rev.
Bishop Mora, Rev. Fathers Stockman,
of San Bernardino, and Farley of San
Gabriel Mission; Rev. Fathers Flynn,
O'Brien and Richardson, Mr. Marren,
and Mayor Beaudry, Don Mateo Kel
ler, Superintendent Lucky, Dr. Den,
Dr. Dv Py, Dr. Howard and other vis
itors. The following programme was
followed without break or delay.
Grand Entrance March (Kaschte) —
Pianos, Misses Julia and Coufianza
In the Starlight, Chorus, (Glover)—
accompanied by Miss J. Villarino.
Salutatory Address, Miss N. dv Py.
Overture, To Poet and Peasant
(Suppej—Pianos, Misses J. Villarino,
A. Briswalter, C. Villarino, F. Kee
Father Verdaguer then announced
the list ami lit. Rev. Bishop Mora
crowned with beautiful wreaths the
following young ludies who had dis
tinguished themselves during the
First Honors—Misses Clementina
Clement, Mary Carson, Natalia dv Py,
Mary Lache. Mary Hession, Juanita
Gless, Ampaia Arenas, Alice Briswal
ter, Maclovia de lv Osso, Mary Wil
son, Julia Dyer, Mary Adams, Clotil
da Sepulveda, Aunie Carson, Jane
Second Honors—Misses Florestina
de la Ossa, Rosa Sola, Arcadia Sepul
veda, Julia Hatpin, Frances Alexan
der, Is belle Abartu, Lastenia Aoarta,
Marie la Croix. Francisca Yorba, Car
Miss \mpara Heredia, has not been
in school long enough to ci title her to
premiums, yet, she deserves honorable
mention for her amiable deportment
and application to her different
I Know a Bank (Horn)— Sung by
Misses A. Briswalter, N. dv Py, ac
companied by Miss F. Keeley.
Address to the Young Ladies Crown
ed—Miss M. Chevalller.
Lottie Lee (Lock wood)— Junior Sing
Father Verdaguer here read a list of
premiums awarded for proficiency in
C. rintleii doctrine and secular studies,
and they were presented by the Right
Rev. Bishop Mora.
A Glance at the Beauties of Nature
(Essay)— Miss M. Wilson.
Silver Trumpet (Dressier)-Pianos,
Misses , A. Arenas, F.
Xt c ey, .
La Moralidad y sus Ventajas (Span
ish Address) —Miss J. Gless.
Come where my Love lies Dream
ing (Foster)— Sung by Misses A. Bris
walter, M. de ia Ossa, A. Heredia, F. (le
la Ossa; accompanied by Miss J. Vil
Autobiographical Sketch (Essay)—
1/1 iss J. Gless.
Maiden's Blush Waltz (Kinkel)—Pi
anos, Misses M. Chevallier, C. Weston,
C. Mascarel, F. Gassaque.
Father Verdaguer again read a list
of premium scholars, to whom ht.
Rev. Bishop Mora presented elegant
books as prizes.
Evangeline (Semi-chorus, Hays)—
Accompanied by Miss A. Arenas.
Autobiography of a Desk (Essay)—
Miss A. Briswalter.
Three Little Kittens — Sung by
Misses B. Adams, J. Weston, K. Ot
terson; accompanied by Miss M. Kel
Three Colors (a drama) —Misses N.
Desmond, R. Happ, F. Barrow*.
Red, White and Blue (Chorus)— A
ccompanied by Miss .
The final distribution of premiums
was here read hy Rev. Father Verda
geur and they were distributed by the
L'Emploi dv Temps (French address)
—Miss M. Lache.
Somite in D (Diabelli) — Pianos,
Misses N. dv Py, J. Gless. —i
The Household Fairies (Drama)—
Misses S. Messmer, M. Gless, L. Far
ley, L. Dunne, M. King, I. Gabriel, B.
Misses M. Carson, J. Gless, H. Cuddy,
A. Carson, R. Soto.
The Young Orange Tree (Essay)—
Miss N. Desmond.
Distant Glumes (Glover)— Sung by
Misses N. dv Py, A. Briswalter, F. de
la Ossa; accompanied by Miss N. dv
The little girls conspicuous for de
portment were here presented with
packages of bon-bons, with which
they seemed overjoyed.
Gentle Nettie Moore (Putnam) —Ju-
Closing Address—Miss M. Wilson.
Parting Song (Chorus, Perkins) —
Accompanied hy A. Briswalter.
Pvt. Rev. Bishop Mora made an ef
fective address in English on the ob
ject of the school and concluded with
appropriate remarks in Spanish.
As Meyerbeer's Coronation March
was being played by Misses A. Bris
walter and N. dv Py, the audience
Vh)Wry dispersed to visit
THE TAPESTRY HALL.
The room is not large, but was ren
dered beautiful by the samples of the
tasteful work of the young ladies of
the school. It was crowded for over
an hour and all the visitors were en
thusiastic In their praises. The fol
lowing is a list of the principal arti
Square tidy, Miss Francisca Ramon;
round tidy, Miss Marie Gless; fringed
tidy, Miss Ida Gabriel; embroidered
iidy, Mi-s Julia Villarino; infant's
crochet suck, In wool, Miss Mary-
Myers; square tidy, fringed, Miss Han
nah Cuddy: red tidy, fringed, Miss
Mary l.acroix; green atid white round
tiily, Miss Florestina de la Ossa; pair
wool lamp mats, Miss Amparo Here
din; pair green and yellow mats,
square, Miss Amparo Arenas; red and
white square mats, Miss Julia Hal pin;
oblong mat, Miss Mary Myers; infant's
wool sack, Miss Deliina Myers; merino
aud wool sack, Miss Mary Carson;
tapestry cross and wreath, Miss Alice
Briswalter; watch case, Miss Rosa
Soto; embroidered merino shawl, Miss
Amparo Arenas; tapestry piece —
"Jephtha's daughter preparing for the
sacrifice"—Miss Confianza Vallarino;
raised tapestry, for chair, Miss Mugda
lina Camarillo; pin cushions, Misses
Anna Carson, Julia Villarino, Juanita
Gless, Jane White; raised tapestry
cushion, Miss Alice Briswalter; pair
mats, Miss Rosa Soto, pair mats, Miss
Florestina de la Ossa; pair mats, Miss
Ampara Arenas; cuffs, collars, etc.,
Miss Rosa Soto; slipper pattern, Miss
Julia Villarinas; watch case, Miss
Florestina de la Ossa; mat, Miss Na
thalie dv Py; tapestry—" Hunter and
dog"—Miss Arcadia Camarillo; meri
no and wool shawl, Miss Florestina de
la Ossa; iufant's crochet sack, Miss
Mary Carson; pair of crochet mats,
Miss Anna Carson; crochet thread
tidy, Miss Anna Ramon; embroidered
sofa cushion, Miss Maclovia de la Os
sa; woolen shawl. Miss Mary Hessian;
Spanish work, Miss Arcadia Sepulve
du; red and white scarf, Miss Julia
Halpin; samples by Misses Louisa
Williams, M. Stack, L. Farley, Sallie
A. Noon and Onorin la Mason; pair of
mats, Miss Ida Gabriel; samples of
lace, Miss Angelita Santa Cruz.
The results of the past terra's schol
arship at the Sisters' School are quite
satisfactory. The exhibition of yester
day showed great proficiency in music,
composition, reading and fancy work,
and we understand the pupils are well
advanced, also, In the more practical
branches of arithmetic, geography and
grammar. The next term commences
August 16th, which we expect to see
opened with a large list of scholars.
Arrivals yesterday from San Fran
cisco by Telegraph Stage Line: Mr.
Marchaud, Mr. Hayden, Mr. Buel Mr.
Barrett, Mr. Coons, Wm. Burboy, W.
Departures this morning by Tele
graph Stage Line for San Francisco:
John W. Mattack, Wm. McWilliams,
The Bazaar, corner of Main and Re
quena streets, has 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
- of thk -
St. John the Baptist,
Thursday, June 24th, A. D. 1875,
The Onilor will be delivered in the new
Church bulk, n,, on Spring street, at 3 o'clock
P. m. by
Rev. I. S. KALLOCH,
(Late of Kansas.)
The BANQUET will be given at TURN
"i'Reim haul mm aw. o'oiu.k i-. mm
Tho following Officers for the occasion have
been selected :
N. C. FOY President.
J. D. BICKNELL, TnEODORK REISER,
Geo. Hinds, C. C. Citmminos,
I). A. Reed.
a. Id Campbell, A. \V. LoELMAN.
J*. pItAo r it, .... Urnud Marshal.
C. Meyek, T. W. Temple.
Bim. A. stanauii, M. Ryan.
J. M. Bassktt, W. Wooowouth,
C. N. Wilson, P. Thompson,
J. F. BritNS, A. SATTKIt,
A. H. Denkkr.
Note.-Members are requested to meet at
Masonic Hall punctually at 1 o'clock. A cor
dial Invitation is extended to all Brothers in
good standing to participate. m27td
FOURTH OF JULY.
A PUBLIC MEETING will be held In
I he County Court-room THIS EVENING
at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of filling the va
cancy caused by the resignation of A. W.
Polls, Esq., as ornnd Matsbal, and for the
transaction of any business which may prop
erly come before the meeting.
liy order of tho President and Executive
Committee, y. LACY,
Jelo It Secretary.
66 Maiu St., Los Anicolcs, Cal.
Keeds on hand the Largest and Best Assort
Metalic and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds,
Trimmings, etc., etc.,
In this City, direct from the East. Dealers in
the ooiinlry will (Inn It to tlielrintcrest to give
him a cal I, as he 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
Hoarse In Southern California.
SANTA MONICA HOTEL,
JOHN C. MORQAN,
THE OLDEST AUCTIONEER
]">UYS \: t, KINDS OF SEt OND-HAND
3 Furniture, stoves, Bedding, etc., and
gives good prices where parties object to an
He also sells by auction every
Wednesday and Saturday Morning
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
Call and see him, No. 1 Court street, West
ofthe Court House. He respectfully solicits
a share of public patronage. He will do the
fair thing. my 22 lm d*w
All Political Anuo-iicenieuts must
be paid for in Advance.
FOX COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Will bo a candidate for the office of County
Surveyor at the corning election. Jell td*
COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
THOS. A.. SAXON
Will he a candidate for County Superintend
ent of Public Schools, subject to (He acllon o
the Democratic Convention. JelO td*
FuR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
Announces himself as a candidate for tho of
fice of Tax Collector of Los Anneles county at
tho ensuing election In September. jet td
DAVID W. ALEXANDER,
Of Wilmington, will be a candidate for the
office ol sheriff of tne county of Los Angeles,
subleet to the action of the Democratic Con
FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
lIOUA CE BURDICK
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
flce of Tax Coll- ctor ot Los Angeles county at
the ensuing election in S«ptember. Jei td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
JNO. M . BALDWIN
Will be a candidate at the next election for
the office of County Recorder. Jes td
H. M. MITCHELL
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
flce of Sheriff of Los Angeles county at the
coming election. Je2!d
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
EDWARD A. PREUSS
Is a candidate for County Treasurer nt the ap
proaohtng election. my II
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
C . W. GOULD
Announces hlmselfas a candidate for County
Auditor at the ensuing election. myB td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER,
J. W. GILLETTE,
Desires a second term only. myl
FOR ROAD COMMISSIONER.
«T. K. ST IJ MF»
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
flce of Road Commissioner at the ensuing
election, subject to the decision of the people.
E. IL MELLUB
Will be a candidate for Constable of Los An
geles Township at the ensuing county t lec
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTEND
GEO. 11. FECK
Will be a candidate for re-election. my 27
Sunday, June 13, 1875.
All JftRDIN DU PROGRES,
No. 1 Aliao Street,
Tho house nearest the river. A host of attrac
tions—Target-Shooting,Sack-Racing, the Ball
Oame, and other amusements.
A Restaurant is attached and a splendid
lunch will be prepared.
"Au Store dv Progres,'
OLIVIER l>K\ lI.I.ILKS. - - - Prop'r
Le Comite dv Progres est conroque pour
SAM EDI SOIR, a 8 heurs. Jes lw
LOS ANGELES BRANCH
Cash Assets, - - - $600,000
Capital, .... $300,000
J. F. Houghton President
G. H. Howard Vice-President
H. 11. Bioelow General Mauagcr
C. R. Story , Secretary
R. H. Maoill General Agent
LOS ANCELES TRUSTEES:
8. B. Caswell, H. D. Barrows,
S. H. Mott. J. s. Slacson,
F. P. F. Temple.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN,
Which Branch ineludos Los Angeles and
.San Bernardino counties. All moneys re
ceived tor premiums will be Invested under
the control of the Trustees of the Los Angeles
Branch within the district. All 10.-ses ad-
Justed and paid by the Directory.
my 27 tf J. R. TOBKRMAN.
Phoenix Insurance Company, of
Home Insurance Company, of
London Assurance Corporation,
FIRE RISKS ATCURRENT RATES,
Policies leaned Direct from tbls
CHARLES R. JOHNSON, Agent,
Notice of Application fo Pardon.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE UNDER
signed will apply to the novernorot the
state of Cull orni.i .or the pardon ol Jose del
Carmel Lugo, convicted bef re the District
Court of the 17lh Judicial District of the state
of Calijornla, ln and for the county of l.os
Angeles, of the crime of manslaughter and
sentenced July 24, 1874, to ihe State Prison
for the term of live years.
Los Angeles, June 2,18 M.
MA it IA BOTELO DE LUGO.
To V. E. Howard, Esq., District Attorney, Los
Service of copy of fb'cgolng notice aocepted
this 2d day of Juue, 1876.
Y. E. HOWARD.
Jes lm District Attorney.
~ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK * CO.,
At the well known
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE,
Hprina street, adjoining the FoHtotHce,
Is offering to his friends and the public in
general, the finest assortment of Standard
POETICAL and PROSE WORKS,
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, plain
and Mus c 1 Woik Boxes, Musieai De
canters, Writing Desks, Portfolio,
LADIES' AND GENT'S WALLETS.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Banjos,
And many otner useful articles suitable for
FINE STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS
PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES
And hundreds of other artiolos, too numer
ous lo merit ion.
No pains will he spared lo meet the wants
of the pulilic, and I nope to merit v fair share
Jan3-tf LEWIS LEWIN.
ANY ONE IN NEED OF
Shelving, Counters, Etc.
Suitable for dry goods, grocery store or other
business, can get a bargain by calling imme
diately at the store of
CASWELL & 7. LLI 8 .
LOS ANGELES BROOM FACTORY,
L. W. GERRISH Proprietor
No. 60 AINo Street.
Manufacturer snd dealer in Brooms and
Brushes, Orders PROMPTLY filled.
Pfc E W Jl. » I> !
The Board of Fire Underwriters
Of San Francisco offer a reward of 91,000 tor
the arrest aud conviction of any one gu il. > of
arson in the city of Los Angeles.
Wm. B. Johnston.
For further Information, apply to
W. J. BRODRICK.
my 22 I in
LOS ANGELES CITY
SHAREHOLDERS AND THOSE WISH
i~' lug to take shares, will please take notice
Thursday, July I, 1876,
The lots will be distributed among Ihe share
holders, and all instalments becoming due oy
the Ist of July next must be paid on or beiore
ibe day of distribution The tract of land to
be distributed among the shareholders" lies
Just North of
Between Pico and Washington streets; Is one
ofthe liiiost locations ln the city, and v rup
idly appreciating in value.
The size of all the lots is
105 9»0 PEET FRONT
A-r> FEET DEEP.
The price of lots is fixed at S3W, payable In
monthly Instalments of $20, without'interest,
This Association offersn flneopportunlty for
persons ot small means to procure, on terms
Which they Will hardly fc, |, a homestead In
one of the most d. slrahle and Improving sec
tions of our city, only « few steps from the
Main street Railroad, which is now nearly in
operation, and directly on the line ofthe pro
tected railroad by Washington stieet to the
Subscription list at the office of the Secre
tary. ED. A. PRKUSS,
Consumers of Water of the Los Ange
les City Water Compeiny:
Consumers East of Hill and New High
si reds will lie al'owod water lor gardens bo
i ween the liours of 7 and » a. m. and 5 and 7
p. M. Any use.ess waste ot water at any time
in wide.- cioseis, g :n |, ns, etc.,or any infringe
ment ol this rule, will neees-itate the shutting
ofi ot the water, which will mil he turned on
sgaln lutt on the payment of 82 and a lull
compliance wi h rule. Street sprink
ling from hose strictly prohibited.
By order Ol the Bo nd of Trustees.
CHARLES B. MILES,
mylli tf Supt. L. A. City Water Co.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
THE AGENCY OF
THE HALLET DAVIS
P I A i\ O S ,
Is removed from Main and Second streets to
No, 100 Ma In Street,
Bei ween First and Second, on the East side,
A. H. HAVELI..
Teacher of Music.
ear PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIKKI)—a
FOR S _A_ JL, E.
THIS PROPERTY, located on Main
street, between Twelfth and Pico Sts.,
Il now sub-divded in lots aud is offered for
sale on reasonable terms.
H. IV. BRUNING,
At tho property or to
CHAS. R. JOHNSON,
JeB Ira Postoffice Block.
SUMMERS & NELSON'S,
No. 16 Spring istreel,
TO GET THE RICHEST ICK CREAM,
tbe linest assortment of CANDIES, and
ICE COLD SODA
In the city. To prove the above, give them a
trial. Jets tf