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VA/ ANTED. — Twenty-five Hundred head
™" ot heep—good ewes—to keen on shares
for two ypars. Enquire of r. K. FEIIdUSnN
for tourdtys, cornet Spring nnd Court streets.
WANTED- — Httuatjoin for young mnn
and his sister, who desire to remain to
gether. The younsr lady san d • any Inside
work; young man has had experience in tak
ing care of farm, bee ranches, set of book-;
has acted as ag 'iit in various capacities. En
quire of-V. J. Davidson, Chas, It Mass of city,
or address Lilts LIE F. GAY,city.
Jels 2w >'<sw
\A/ ANTED.—situation byadi oorator.wlth
■ W experience in tapestry work; a
flrst-chiss hinn in every resppct. Aptdy nt,
0 Hue of Im Cronica, and for reference address
Mestrs. Plumb A Co., Post street, Han Frnn
elsco. Jeir, iw
FOUND.— Near St. Vincent's College, fine
Bay Horse, with o ie white font; also
saddle and bridle. Can be seen at the City
Pound. ji-15 lw
WANTED.— \ young mnn of experience
In (fee carpenter and Joiner's trade de
sires employment. References furnished.
Apply at the Hkrat.d otlice. J»f» lw
1 OST AND FOUND.-A man lost bis
mm ti'inper lor not tfnding ag<vd oiiiar or a
good titling shirt, but on perambulating the
street f pund the ftrst.at 107 Main street and
tho latter at 38 Main street. He is now the
temp'Tcii man In this, city, and he swears
that, he will not buy either a cigar or any un
derwear except nt the ''Identical."
38 Main St., under Backman House,
Or at li>7 Main street, next to W., F. & Co.'s
Express. myiB if
PRIVATE BOARDING and furnished
~ Rooms foi rent, on Fort street, second
door f inn First. myll lm
WANTED.— A girl to do general boose
w .ia. vpply at the first cottage on
Main street South of Fourth, between the
hours of 2 and 1 p. M. myl tf
D QONIS.-FAMILY and Single Rooms
is wjtjj hoard at Col. Peel's on Spring St.
ANEW WILOoX & GIBBS SEWING Ma
chine for sale at 25 per cenL less than
cash price. Inquire at this Office.
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
Th STORETanD FOR SALE. —E'esh
I Blue Grass seed in small packages, M*r
blelf«d Iron Mantles, Manilla Wrapping Pa
per, all sizes. Spring and Wrapping Twines.
Direct consignments from mnnufnc'urers.
Jo; 7 lw J. L. WARD & CO.
FURNITURE FOR SALE. - A lot or
Household furniture, complete for house
keeping, suitable for small family. Enquire
at this otflce. Jels it •
FURNISHED R00!VIS~TO J,IT-At
the White House; Well ventilated and
k"t>t In good or >er. \pply up stairs. Jet) m*
FOR SALE.-The boarding-house turni
ture ami fixtures of the boarding-house
corner Alameda and Commercial st eels—all
new. Call on MRS. RUCKEtt, at the prem
ises; .1 •« m
TREES FOR SALE.-fifty Thousand
Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, suitable
fors ttingout in nursery this Sumiiicr,or will
contract to deliver them wiien f.mr veins "Id.
Address J. 8. CI. \PP, Post office box M,or ap
ply at the place of I). CL vPP four miles
south of tin- ci y. leg I in
FOR SALE.—Map ol the idly Of Los An
geles, Just publishe<l, by BANCROFT &
IH\YiR, Real Esta c Brokers. 21 spring
st-eet, near P. O. Pile: Mounted o > rollers,
ti; p 'eket edition, II 50. M illed to any part
of h"C s.o receipt of price, my2B tf
RENT.—on reasonable f-rnis, for
I pasture, until Sept, in ber next, (RUactos
of la d situated about 8 miles Northwest of
Anaheim and about 8 miles from the railroad.
Enqnlieof W. H. J. B OOKS, .No. Vi -pring
ROOMS TO LET—Furnish, d or Unfur
nished, in the house of an English tarty,
ou Beaudry street, between New HUh and
Knout, \'|st i streets. mylflim*
FOR SALE CHEAP.-* large number
oi tnliny growing Lime Trees, iv good
condition. Apply to
maitf J. C. WALL\CE, San Gabriel
FOR SALE.—one share Centiuela Land
Company stock. Enquire of Dr. Brown,
Maiu street, between First and Second.
FOR SALE. — * lot of Thoroughbred
rams. Enquire of S LEVY, No. 33, cor
ner Ailso and Alameda streets. apB
MONEY LOANS Ne otiuted by the firm
TVI of J, M. BALDWIN,
mrl3tf 79 1-3 Downey Block.
A FOUR-HORSE STAGE,
J. M. DONELSON, : : Proprietor,
. Will leave Los Angeles
P^T'"**^' 1 ' 1 ' 1 - 1 ' ai nt 7:80 v. M. Re-
urniiig, will arrive in l.os
Angeles at 6 P. M.
T'asseugers called for ln any pnrt ofthe city.
Tickets can be had at the Stage Offlce, in
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Offlce, comer Main and
Market streets. GEO. PIIIDH AM,
my 23 tf Agent.
For Boys and Girls.
Spring Street, below Third.
TERMS PER MONTH, IN ADVANCE.
To Fourth Reader... % 3 00
To Algebra - 4 00
Higher branches Extra.
Classes so arranged that promotions can be
made as soon as the pupil is prepared.
Dr. Hoflnvm, S. W. Cralgue and Joseph D.
Lynch, of the Evening Express.
my2Btf J. D. DORLAN, Principal.
E. E. Fisheh. [* W. Thatcher.
FISHER & THATCHER,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
Have in stock the very finest
Jewelry. Diamonds, Watches,
i **'~" ssP^Lr
I I*lll H «* THATCHER,
Keepers ol the standard tobservatory) time
for the city, and 8. P. R. R.
rebl2tf 67 Main St.. l ow Angelew.
THE OLDEST AUCTIONEER
BUYS ALL KINDS OF SECOND-HAND
furniture, stoves, Bedding, etc., and
gives good prices where parties object lo an
He aiso sells by auction every
Wednesday and Saturday Morning
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
Call and see him, No. 1 Court street, West
c. the Court House. He respectfully solicits
a share ot public patronage. Ho will do Un
fair thing. my22lmd*w
|Joo JUflelw SrrrnUl
FRIDAY JUNE is, 1875
LOS ANOELES TEMPERATURE.
Following is the V mperature Sir the week
ending Juno 17,1875:
DAYS. D*TK. tiuiz. miv, mean. 'Jam
Friday, June llt h 78 59 t'B .....29:' 9
faturday, " liith 73 ISH i\iy I ..:i\\:l\S
Sunday, "13 h *j 48 oA'/ 4 ...2M;1Ki
Monday, " U h 8« IH r,n 114,
Tuesday. " ir>. -n 5i tr .usj
Wednesday, " Kit h 78 ti fi HiBI
fhtirMl y, " 17th HO 17 «■>!,. ._>!l:Mi
The Dodos, Obskn Miadows, Los auk les,
San Fkanoisco, June lfi.
Greenbacks—Buying, so; selling. S7
The sale of Lytle's furniture yester
day realized $1,300.
Warren, the Santa Barbara embez
zler, was taken back yesterday.
Mr. H. Battling, President of the
Kansas Midland Railroad, left yester
eay for San Francisco.
The graders are at the Halfway
House, between here and Santa Mon
ica, on the Independence Railroad.
The oratorical talent of Rev. I. S.
Kalloch will bo displayed to great ad
vantage on the occasion of the Masonic
The law creating the office of Road
Commissioner has been repealed,
so that Mr. Osborne will have no suc
Rumble & Gaertner are receiving
gold bearing specimens daily. They
go several hundred dollars to the ton,
aud were found forty miles from town.
Miss Seaman is the music teacher at
the Sisters' School. Our omission of
her name in yesterday's report was at
The friends of Rev. I. S. Kalloch
have hired Turn-Verein Hall for his
services on Sunday, the 27th inst., ut
11 A. M. aud 8 P. M
f lhe following telegrams remain at
the Western Union Telegraph office,
Main street: Archie McKeOKon. S. H.
11 loin as, Randal & Davis, and P. Mur
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s express for the
north, by the overland rote, will iv
the luture close daily at. Bo'clock P. M.
Business men will please make a
Mr, J. H. Gray, of El Monte, is a
candidate for County Recorder. He is
an honest fanner, an old resident of
this county and a gentleman every
way, qua It tied to discharge the duties
of the office lo which he aspires.
Jones & Noyes had stolen on
Wednesday night a parlor stove from
the sidewalk in front of the store,
Noyes says he would like to get tbe
address of the gentleman taking it, so
as to send him a stove box.
Two new flowing wells have been
struck at Artesia during the past week.
Douglas Walker now has the largest
well in the settlement —Mowing v live
inch stream one foot above the surface
and a two-inch steam six feet above
the surface. Dr. E. A. Preuss hasjtist
struck a two-inch well on his land.
This last well will furnish more water
than the Doctor can use.
The Festival Last Night.
The festival at Turn-Verein Hall
last evening was a very pleasing af
fair. There was a good attendance,
and full arrangements were made for
entertainment, in addition to the
"goodies" prepared, the assemblage
were delighted with a choice selection
of tableaux, shadow pictures, music
by the band,etc. Among tlie tableaux
were "Frost Fairies," "Scene in an
Artists Studio," "Vestal Virgin" etc.
The shadow pictures,' Drinking Scene,'
"Tooth-ache Man," "Tending the Bi
by," "Gymnastics," "Kissing Scene,"
and "Jumping Jacks," were interest
esting to say the least, The floral dis
play was creditable, everybody was
in good spirits, and socially consid
ered, the evening was a decided suc
cess. At this early hour it is impos
sible to estimate the profit, but we
hope the ladies will realize a hand
some sum, as they deserve to. Want
of space forbids our giving a more ex
Fourth of July.
The executive committee nn the eel;
ebration of the Fourth of July, met
yesterday at the offlce of Howard &
Hazard, with a full committee pres
ent. Gov. Downey was re-eleoted
President of the day, promising to
hurry his return from San Francisco,
even if he had to suffer all the tPscom
forls of stage travel to be here on the
Fourth of July.
The Finance Committee, Messrs. T.
E. Rowan, W. J. Brodrick and Ed.
Huber, the only authorised solicitors,
are in the field asking for funds, Ev
erything now is auspicious for a glori
ous celebration of Independence Day
The committee adjourned to meet at
Howard & Hazard's offlce Tuesday,
June 22d, at 3 o'clock P. M.
Every member of the Committee is
expected to lie present.
The first apnearunce of the Denin-
Sawielle Dramatic Company, at the
Merced Theatre last evening drew a
good house. As anticipated by all fa
miliar with the acting of Miss Denin
and Mr. Sawtelle, the playing was
unexceptionable. A more thrilling
personation of Camille than that ren
dered by Miss Denin last evening was
never witnessed in this city. She is
an accomplished actress and iv repre
senting such characters us Camille,
she has few equals. Mr. Sawtelh-'s
Armand Duval won him many friends.
I'he other characters were well sus
tained. This evening will be present
ed "Hunted Down" and ''The Married
Hake." It is a splendid bill and will
no doubt draw a crowded house.
The Government has ordered a sur
vey to be made of Quartz Valley and
also that section of the Boguscountry,
Many children outside of Yreka,
Siskiyou county, along the roads,
have uaught tbe measles from passing
COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Tbe Council met in regular ses
sion lust evening.
Present, Mayor Beaudry and Coun
cil men W<>rkmtin, Lealiy, I.iHiten
berger, Teed, Cuimonu, Huber, Robin
son, Mitllnlly anil Mascarel.
Mr. Campbell was admitted as a
member and took his seat.
The minutes of the last meeting
and adjourned meeting were read and
The Mayor reported collection of
fines for week, $61, and receipts for
lands, $8,456. Also that lots 14 and 15
of the land recently sold still remain
unpaid. Ordered filed.
The Mayor presented a detailed
statement of arrests under his admin
istration. Also the results of a per
sonal investigation of the jail, show
ing that it is totally inadequate for
the accommodation of prisoners. Or
Mr. Workman thought an ordinance
should be prepared allowing prisoners
to be released if it is their first of
Mr. Teed thought strangers were apt
to take too much Los Angeles wine
and should be treated leniently.
Mr. Robinson moved that a special
committee be uppointed to provide
more room. Carried.
The Mayor appointed Messrs. Rob
inson, Teed and Mascarel.
The special committee to interview
property-owners on First street East
of Main, reported that they could ar
rive at no amicable understanding,
and naked to be discharged. Adopted.
The City Attorney was instructed to
draw a resolution ordering tile open
ing of the street.
The Board of Public Works reported
favorably <>n the petitions of Geo. O.
rifiaity, W. C. Furry anil E Laven
tbal for permission to grade in front
of their property, Adopted.
A resolution lor the construction of
Until and Main street sewer from a
point in Bath street opposite the South
west corner of Hath street school-house
to the junction with the main sewer
on Main street, was read and laid over
for one week.
An ordinance granting franchise for
street railway to \V. ti. Workman and '
A. H. Jutison was read. A clause pro
hibiting h prisnioidnl truck was in- j
seited und llieu the ordinance pussed
A letter from Wiaver, Taylor &
Co., agents nf the Amo-sKe.ig Coinpa- j
ny. San Francisco, in regard to the
purchase of a new fire engine and the
contract for the same, were read and
filed. Contract approved.
A communication from the City At
torney, unking permission to appeal
the case ot the city vs. Baldwin et al.,
Which was decided in favor of the de
fendants, was read and Ihe City Attor
ney instructed to make the appeal.
A special committee was appointed
to ascertain the necessity of employ
ing additional counsel in the above
suit and to report bank to the Council.
The Mayor appointed Messrs. Work
man, Huber and Mascarel.
The committee of Confidence Co.
No. 2, recommending T. Sculley for
engineer nf that engine, was read and
rvrerrid to the Committee on Fire and
Tne City Clerk was directed t!) noti
fy the Sau Pedro and East Los Ange
les Railway that tbe city will not
allow the laying of a prismoidul track,
but will try to enjoin the laying of
such ti track.
Mr. Howard addressed the Council
on the claim of Dnhordieu, aud re
quested the immediate allowance or
rejection of the claim.
The claim was referred hack to tbe
committee with instructions to report
Col. J. J. Warner addressed the
Council in favor of a deed to Ylaria
Tbe Committee on Lauds reported
iv favor of granting the deed asked
for. The question was referred back
t) the Committee on Lands.
Mr. Teed moved that the City Attor
ney he Instructed to take steps to re
cover laud leased to Los Angeles
Water Company on Fort Hill. C ur
A description of the extension cf Los
Angeles street was read and the Cily
Attorney instructed to take the ueces-
After discussion, (he case of Officer
Toomey was referred to the Committee
Bill <>f C. Aguilarfors7o was referred
to the Committee on Zanjas.
The petition of property-owners on
Fort and Franklin street remonstrat
ing against the proposed grade wus
read and referred to the Committee ou
The petition of J. W. Potts asking
to purchase the lots reserved by the
city from the May sale was referred to
the Committee on Lands,
The petition of E. N. McDonald to
grade in front of his property on Main
street was granted.
The petition of property-owners on
West side of Pearl street, between
Seventh and Pico, asking that zattja
in Pearl street be declared a public
zanja, was referred to the Committee
The City Surveyor was instructed to
prepare specifications for flume across
The petition of A. Cline for increase
of salary for lighting bridge and ar
resting men for fast driving, was re
?erred to the Committee on Police.
The petition ol H. J. Stevenson for
the loan ol'otficiul maps to aid him iv
surveying the town, wus read and
i lie bids of Mr. Borrov c and Wm.
C-'P'y for grading on Temple street
were referred to the Board of Public
Ihe petition of property-owneis on
Charily street, near Sixth, for a brick
culvert uordes the street, w is referred
to the Hoard of Public Works.
The communication of M. Keller on
the grading in front of his place on
Alameda street was read and tiled.
Mr. Keller was given 3d days lo com
plete I he work.
The petition of Abraham 'lh>mp«
son in regard to the injury done by
the pile of s intl from z n jn No. 5,
thrown ugaimt his fei cc was referred
to the Committee on zmjas.
The petition of Ma nit I Cutler for
quit claim deed was refirred to the
Committee on land.
The Petition of Horace Hiller for
quit claim deed to fractional lot I, blk.
(J, in Hancock's sin vey, was referr. d
to the Committee nn lai.ds.
The bids of George Marshall, $50,
D. N. Winbigler, $130, H. H. Har
mon $:.0, G. P. McLean $6, E. F. Te »
doll, $42.25, Moisch & Mannings33.2s,
Win. Stoddard, $4.25. Casper Ellis,
c 9, Tims. Copley, S2, Water Company,
Sit}, H. N. Hi tilling, $20, J. J. Warner,
$7, were read.
On motion bills of George Marshall,
H. H. Harmon, D. N. Winbigler, H.
N. Bruning, G. P. McLean, and
Mor-ch & Manning were allowed.
The other bills were referred to the
Committee on finance.
Tbe Committee oil Fire and Water
were instructed to see about the pro
priety of constructing four new cis
The question of hose, bell and house
for the new engine was referred to the
Fire Committee, with instiuctions to
buy 500 feet of hose and to rent a
house for the temporary shelter of the
The Marshal wus notified to see that
parties building and grading be re
quired to keep lanterns on the street
The Captain of the chain-gang was
directed to fill a hole on Main and
Departures this morning hy Tele
graph Stage Line tor San Francisco:
Lewis Abbott, A P Letterman, Wm
Sprunch, E McLane, Mayfield Smith.
Arrivals yesterday from Sun Fran
cisco by Telegraph Stage Line: Eight
passengers, but no way bill.
Departures by Coast Line this morn
ing for San Francisco: D Silverman,
S Cohen, E Lucas, W Lewis, E Doud
Arrivals by Coast Line Stage Com
pany yesterday from Soledad: Mr
B David. W B Squires, A P Squires, H
Bauer, G E Brand. Mrs Mullett.
Departures yesterday by Coast Line
for San Diego: Rev I S Kalloch, W E
Departures yesterday for San Ber
nardino by Arizona Stage Line: John
Brown, Sr, John Brown, Jr, George S
Roller, W P Morrison, J Milton.
Arrivals from San Bernardino yes
terday by Arizona Stage Company:
C A Kennedy. C H Eldrich, George
Davis, Wm Sawyer, John Cyr, Dr
Edgar, J W Baity, J C Kotwell.
Passengers per Mohongo.
The following named passengers left
l.os Angeles for San Francisco yester
day per steamer Mohongo: Miss G
Marquis, M Wipent, J W Frank, Sister
Xavier, Sister May Ellen, MlsaM Sea
mans, Mrs Code and 2 chl, J W Had
ley wf and sister, Mrs R Esquerro and
2 cltl, J X Tuft'ree, J Strong, J D 'Jtier
rero, Mrs P Heytnan, Misses A and C
Lugo, Mrs N A Davis and son, J W
Evans aud wf, Mrs J Ray nor, L Kahn
wf and 5 clil, Mrs L Davidson, J de B
Slmrl), Z Marwals, R M Town, T L
Winter, A S Ferguson, H Cook, C Li
bee, wf and 2 Hi, Mrs Clarke, P Hey
maii, H Burt hi mr, J Wyknff, H H
Hoi brook, G A Wright, A W Jttdson,
J Archibald, D B Hoffman, C H Sim
plintis, 4 insueraire.
To Ventura: J Camarillo, wife and
To San Luis Obispo: VV A Starke, T
The following is the list of passen
gers who left San Francisco for San
Pedro yesterday morning on the An
con:—J M Rothchild mid wife, Mis
Bryant, J Monogue, John Morrison.
Miss X Cusender, S Newbaur, F C
Sliratler, A Duit, C F Holman, F E
Crane, H C Spencer, wife and three
chihired, Mrs L Murks', Miss Scherine,
Miss R Eiias, B Colin, N Asher, C H
Dane, Mrs N Stewart, M Meehen, VV
Schoelyentr, H Rogers, O Peal I, H C
Liphard, X Anholtz, J Agular, J
Sothemp and wife, A VV Potter, Mrs
L VV Preble, Thomas Gilfentlur, Mine
E Alexandria, B C Pike, Miss V Eiias,
H Eliat, Geo. Lamb, Mrs W Web
ster, John Webster.
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
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Herald office, June 17, 1875.
The foreign (Jemima for gold still continues
tat] the rate ranges about 117. Money In San
Francisco seems to be wmking easier, and
with the payment of semi-annual dividends
Of local corporations money Is becoming quite
plenty. In Los Angeles the current rate Ii
one to one and one-half per cent, per
month, depending on ihe length of time and
glnd of loan. Money is in good demand at
those flgur s, but with a liberal supply im
provements and enterprises ol all kinds are
being pushed with vigor.
TBI OKA IN MARKET.
The export Corn and wheat trade in New
York has been very brisk during the past
week. Large purchases were made last week
in New York and Chicago for European ac
nount—mainly Belgium and Holland—c vis-
Ing an advance of three to five c-nts on wh at
and a slight advance Incorn iv the New York
market The closing rales ol spring whe.it in
New Yoik last week w.-ro $1 H\a,l 22, corn 7;lc.
i«Bsc Flour had not kept pace with wheat,
showing nolinprovetneni. Tbe following are
the lat»--t San Franelsco quotations: Fiour.
extra Jobbing, a' i'*<<s i 7% For wheat, St
is ottered by shippers tor choice new: old.
$1 00(31 70. Barley, for feed, $i 40; for
brewing, il fto@i 65 per cental, tints, 31 95$
ii 15. Corn, yellow. $1 50& I 55; white, Si
(3,1 per 100 fts. Corn mea I,2J4'i>Bc.
CALIFORNIA CHOP REPORTS.
We gather the following brief crop report
from our exchanges:
Aj. a mi-: da Cocntv—All sorts of fruit, trees
look well. There will be a large increase in
tbe g ape crop over last year.
Colcsa—some wheat fields are reported at
forty bu-hels io the acie. In fields that were
•ut for grain In tho Spring, the grain has
spurn.cd and Is now green and will
make good hay. All this lias been done with
out lriigalion and no rain s.nce January 20 D.
r'ONTRA Costa—The wheat crop promises to
be as large as any >>f nasi > ears, ihe crop is
ihorv uniformly good than ever known. Some
fields have suffered irom shrinkage dur ng
the iate warm wea her. but cool and cloudy
days smtie that have done much to repair the
eVH. There has been no loss from wind
KKRN-The grain crop Is fair and Hie hay
crop good. Farmers are in good spirits and
ib - halves, is i<rogross ng nuorably.
NaPa— The p o-pectforfruitNgood. Grapes
i roniisea fair ykld, notwithstanding a late
Sonoma-Harvesting has commenced, and
the gram crop so far is ub 'Ut an average A
larger hay uioa .\ns sowed I bap it ual, and
the crop is good. The volunteer crop is light.
Tulare—The grain whe'e Irr gat. d Is \. ry
good, and in any pi son Tula riv, r anil
Lower Mug's rive, will yield as high as rifiy
mishels to .he iide Where .here was no imga
t.o . Th.' early sowed and deeply plow d
neids return good crops, 'ihesbeep men have
a tine range so far.
Yolo—Heading and threshing are progress
ing finely. Although the winds made some
havo •, yet It is ihe best crop upon ourSmn
iner-iullow for six or eight years. Barley is
not so good as wheal. Tne wind destroyed
abou three DU h. Is of wheat to the acre,tak
ing this neighborhood through. Some faun
ci. have lost more and some less, but with
i Hal loss are hai vesi ing over an average crop
Log ANOELts—Uep its are quite favorable
oi- a lull ciop o. cc euls and fruit. So far
every I lung is lavomb.e to the husbandman's
piospeihy and pr..fti.
THE wool market.
There Is no tmprovemen In the wool mar
ket, ManuliiLtur. rs buy only for present
needs. In New York SpilngCalitornla meets
with some demand, but sales generally are
made at prices lolnewnut below r gnl r nvo
fcai quo tat ions, Full Culifornia Is quiet but
firm. Some little excitement wus uien.ua
during the week by t c reported fa lure of ihe
bucking Wool and L' a her fjomuan>, to
g.tiher with tbe well-known firm of Strong <s
iiidland, In the lormer ease it iuiocm out
thai, the manager aloft*, Henry llu. king, had
suspended, and he being connected largely
with the latter o ncrn also forced them to
suspend. The nihilities are put reported in
eitierease. Hales for the week were: 70 000
pounds Australian, at ii!• "Me.; i:;it b dcs
Cape, at 860 j 10.000 pounds Hex loan, at SJKp.;
and 161 bales washed front kol and 200 do.
greasy do., on prrvate terms; WOOO Knstern
I i-xas, at 20@<4e; 80,000 Western do., 24(«57c.;
390 biles new (spring California, 29(3i6j.; l'O
do. old do., priv ate; 260 bugs .seoun-d fall, • 0
f<jK3c : 1,(00 pounds lutnb's, 2fl -.: 20.000 tiounds
bunk's. 2Jke.; iB,( 00 pt)unils ii.-orsui. HB@tlc;
5",00o n-w West Virginian oee. 6t; 200 pounds
<dd Michigan do., 61c.; 1,000 p unds fine un
washed We-tcre do., 35c : and 12,000 pounds
medium do., i6,uno pounds uinvashedf comb
ing, 1.i.000 pounds Kentucky uelalne and 3,000
pounds uhlo.on private tei m*; io bags comb
ine pulled, 16.15K) pounds supe,finedn.,
(BJBfa.; and 20 do. Limb's, 35 do. No. 1, and 26
do. No. 2, on private terms.
In Boston there Is no change In the wool
matket. The latest reports to the San Fran
cisco Bulletin show that (bare Is considerable
inquiry for combing and delaine fleeces, but
prices ate settling down and sales can only oe
made at concessions. There is a good stock
of new Kentucky combing on hand, for which
holders ask 50 cents, buH6c«*47 cents is all that
could be obtained lor it If forced on tho mar
ket now. Very choice lots brought 50 cents,
hut tho principal transactions of the week
were understood to be at 47 cents, and th s
may be considered a fair quotation for avei
age lots. The market has in fact become
rather null for comning and delaine fl eces,
and holders ute already beginning to feel that
the prices paid for this description in the inte
rior were altogether too high. At the s»me
Ihe consumption of medium and combing
grades is siiii quite hug. , and it'a few leading
buyers would enter the market und purchase
any nonslderublequanilty, a favorable Change
would so n take place. Transactions lv Cali
fornia embrace 721,000 pounds, and holders are
disposed to place the new clip as fast as possi
ble. The range ol prices indicates no material
change, but concessions are made to effect
sales, and prices nre taken now that would
not have been considered a lew weeks ago.
Sales of Spring have been al 27t<ij28c. and of
Fall at16422c, but a fair quotation for good
aud choice los of Spring Is from ;iu to 36c., and
anything that brings an advanco on the lat
ter price must be of very superior quality.
Pubed wools have been sold o a lair extent,
sales of the week comprising 170,0 0 lbs., but
the demand is falling off and a quiei market
isexpeeted. Thee have botn sales of Ohio
fleeces at 48,n56c; Michigan fleeces, 48&0 c.;
New Hampshire and Western fleeces, 4'j@4>c.;
combing and delaine fleeces, 52r«,80c; un
washed, combing 11 nddelalne42(<*soc.; scoured
669660.; tub, 57c ; super and extra pulled. 40\g
57c; California spring. 17A88%C.: do. Fail. Ift
to22s.C. r '
San Francisco quotes as follows:
Choice long, V lb 22^26c
Good shipping , I7iii2iic
He.ivy free, % ft. 14«*17c
Burry, $ lb 13@l«c
THE HIDE MARKET.
Hides are in fair demand in New York at a
decline of y % cent p«r pound.
OUR LOCAL MARKETS.
The grain crop promises to be large, and
our farmers are jubilant. The present pros
pect is that Los Angeles will have more than
ihe usual quauttty of breadstuff's nnd our
mills will be k pt busy. Rates for flour close
to San Francisco figures with freight added,
Quotations unchanged and demand fair.
Farmers are waking up to the necessity of
Improving their stock and are adding valua
ble animals to their herds. Market dull and
rat s the same as lan week.
THE WINE THA l)E.
Shipments toSan FraLclsoo are active. Quo
tations are as follows:
.Angelica, f gallon $0 9531 r 0
sherry, « 1 ootil 50
timet, " 50
&>«. " 1 oO'ml 50
El Dorado, ." 1 ooiU 60
Cuciunongo," „ 1 ooil 65
Brandy, " 1 60
THE RETAIL MARKET.
Staple groceries remain unobanged.
Butter scarce at 30 cents for table butter and
25 cents for inferior.
strawber les selling at 15c. V B>.
Oranges and lemons scarce at in to 75c. 8
Cherries arriving in limited quantities at 60
cts. ■% lb.
Eggs ln plentiful supply at .'lO to 36 cents per
Vegetables are plenty and selling at fair
- OF THE -
— O IP
St. John the Baptist,
Thursday. June 24th, A. D. 1875,
The Oration will be delivered In the new
Church building on Spring sheet, at 3 o'clock
P. M. by
Rev. I. S. KALLOCH,
(Late of Kansas. I
The BANQUET will be given al TURN
VEREIN HALL at o'clock p. «,
The following Officers for the occasion have
been selected :
S. r. FOY President.
Vice Presidents :
J. I). Bicknell, Theodore Reiser,
Geo. Hinds, C. C. Cttmminos,
D. A. Reed.
a. M. Campbell, A. W. Edelman.
ft, PBAG KB, .... Grand Marshal.
C. Meyer, T. \V. Temple.
Blir. A. Stakard, M. Ryan.
J. M. Bassett, W. Woodworth,
C. N. Wilson, P. Thompson,
J. F. Burns, a. Satter,
A. H. Denser.
Note.—Members are requested to meet at
Masonic Hall punctually at 1 o'clock. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all Brothers ln
good standing to participate. m27td
mi Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Kecds on hand the Largest and Rest Assort
Metalic and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds,
Trimmings, etc., etc.,
In f his City, direct from the East. Dealers In
the country will flnu it to their Interest to give
him a call, as he will sell goods
Cheaper than they can get
them in San Francisco.
FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF FUNERALS.
iodies Embalmed for Shipment East.
All orders by telegraph promptly attended
to. T'.ie finest
Hoarse in Southern California.
Consumers of Water of the Los Ange
les City Water Company :
Consumers East of Hill and New High
streets will be al'owed water for gardens be
i ween the Hours of 7 and 9 a. m. and 5 and 1
p. M. Any use,ess waste of water at any time
in water closets, g .rdens, etc., or any Infringe
ment ol this rule, will neces-ltate the shutting
oil ol the water, which will not be turned on
again but on the payment of $2 and a lull
compliance wl'h these rule. Street sprink
ling from hose strictly proiiibited.
B. order ol the Bo,rd of Trustees.
CHARLES E. MILES,
myl3 tf Supt. L. A. City Water Co.
All Political Announcements must
bo nnld for In Advance.
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
.J. 11. OR AY,
Of El Moute, Is a candidate for County Re
corder. JelB id*
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR.
W. I. RUMBLE
Will be a candidate for ihe office of County
Surveyor at the coming election. Jell td*
COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
THOS. A. SAXON
Will be a candidate for County Huperlntend
ent of Public Schools, subject to the action o>
the Democratic Convention. JelUtd*
FoR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
Announces hlmsHf as a candidate for the of
fice of Tax Collector oi Los Angeles county at
the ensuing election in September. Jen td
DAVID W. ALEXANDER,
Of Wilmington, will be a candidate for the
office ot (sheriff of tne county of Lo* Angeles,
subject to the action of the Democratic Con
vent lon. ji-9td*
FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
flce of Tax Coll. ctor ol Los Angeles county at
tbe ensuing election In September. Je2 td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
JNO. M. BALDWIN
Will be a candidate at the next election for
tbe offlce of County Recorder. let td
H. M. MITCHELL
Announces hlmselfas a candidate for the of
fice of Sheriff of Los Angeles county at the
coming election. je2 td
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
EDWARD A. PREUSS
Is a candidate for County Treasurer at the ap
proactnng election. myll
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
c. w. oOTJ l r>
Announces hlmselfas a candidate for County
Auditor ut the ensuing election. myB td,,
FOR COUNTY RECORDER,
J. W. OIELETTE,
Desires a second term only. myl
FOR ROAD COMMISSIONER.
J. K. STUMP
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
flce of Road Commissioner at tho ensuing
election, subject to the decision ofthe people.
my 22 td*
F. H. MELLUB
Will bo a candidate for Constable of Los An
geies Township at the ensuing county (lec
tion, mi 23-td
for county school supkrintend-
OE O. 11. PECK
Will be a candidate lor re-election. iny27
Sunday, June 13, 1875.
All JARDIN DU PROGRES,
No. 1 Aliso Street,
The house nearest the river. A host of attrac
tions— Target-Shooting,Sack-Racing, the Bali
Uame, and other amusements.
A Restaurant is attached and n splendid
lunch will be prepared.
"Au Store dv Progres,'
OLIVIER DGVILLIEKB. - - ■ Prop'r
Le Comlte dv Progres est convoque pour
SAMEDI SOIR, a 8 heurs. Jes lw
LOS ANGELES BRANCH
Cash Assets, « - - $600,000
Capital, - - - $300,000
J. F. Houghton President
G. H. HoWakd Vice-President
H. H. Biuklow General Manager
C. R. Story , Secretary
R. 11. Maoill General Agent
LOS ANOELES TRUSTEES:
8. B. Caswell, H. D. Barkows,
S. H. Mott. J. S. Slauson,
F. P. F. Temple.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN,
Which Branch includes Los Angeles and
San Bernardino counties. All nvmeys re
ceived tor premiums will be Invested under
the control of the Trustees of the Los Angeles
Branch within the district. All losses ad-
Justed and paid by the Directory.
my 27 tf J. R. TOBERJf AN.
Phoenix Insurance Company, of
Home Insurance Company, of
London Assurance Corporation,
FIRE RISKS ATCURRENT RATES,
Policies Issued Direct from tbls
CHARLES R. JOHNSON, Agent,
Notice of Application fo Pardon.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE UNDER
signed will apply to the oovernor of the
State of Call ornla or the pnrdon ot Jose del
Carmel Lugo, convicted bef re the District
Courtofthe 17th Judicial District of the. 1 -tats
of California, ln and for the cuunty of l.o»
Angeies, of ihe crime of manslaughter :tnd
sentenced July 24, 1874, to ihe State Prison
for the term of five years.
Los Angeles, June 2,1875.
MARIA SOTELO DE LUGo.
To V. E. Howard, Esq., District Attorney, Los
Service of copy of fVegoing not Ice accepted
this 2d day of June, W75.
V. E. HOWARD,
jet lm District Attorney.
SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK * CO.,
At the well known
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE,
Spring street, adjoining the Postoffloe,
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 Music il Work Boxes, Musical De
canters, Writing De«ks, Portfolios,
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 articles, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will he spared to meet the wants
of the public, and I hope to merit a fair share
Jan 3-lf 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 A ZLLIB.
LOS ANGELES BROOM FACTORY,
L. W. GERRISH _ _ Proprietor
No. 60 Aliso Street.
Manufacturer and dealer ln Brooms and
Brushes, Orders PROMPTLY filled.
a m w R r> i
The Board of Fire Underwriters
Of San Francisco offer a reward of $1,000 tor
the arrest aud conviction of any one guilty of
arson ln the city of Los Angeles.
Wm. B. Johnston.
For further information, apply to
W. J. BRODRICK.
my 22 Im
LOS ANGELES CITY
SHAREHOLDERS AND THOSE WISH-
O ing to take shares, will please take notice
Thursday, July I, 1875,
The lots will be distributed among the .-.'hart
holders, and all instalments becoming due by
the Ist of July next must, be paid on or betote
the day of distribution. The tract of land to
be distributed among the shareholders lies
Just Norm of
Between Pico and Washington streets; is one
ofthe finest locations ln ihe city, and Is rap
idly appreciating in value.
The size of all the lots is
lO.' ti-n FEET FRONT
lrr? I-."5 FEET DEEP.
The price of lots is fixed at J3OO, payable In
monthly instalments of 820, without interest,
This Association oilers a flneopportunily for
persons nf small means to procure, on terms
which thej will hardly feel, a homestead lv
one of the most d< sliable and Improving sec
tions of our city, only a lew steps from the
Main Street Rnilmad, which Is now nenrlv in
operation, and directly on the line ofthe pro
jected railroad by Washington street to the
Subscription list at the oflice of the Secre
tary. ED. A. PREUSS,
SANTA MONICA HOTEL.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
THE AGENCY OF
THE HALLET DAVIS
Is removed from Main and Second streets to
No. 100 Main Street,
Between First and Second, on the East side,
A. H. HAVELL,
Teacher of Music.
••-PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRER
FOR BA. JL. E.
THIS PROPERTY, located on Main
street, between Twelfth and Pico Bts.,
is now sub-dlvded in lots aud is offered for
sale on reasonable terms.
i TITLE PERFECT.
H. IV. BRUNING,
At the property or to
CHAS. R. JOHNSON,
Jealm Postoffloe Block.
SUMMERS & NELSON'S,
No. 10 nprlnft Street,
TO GET THE RICHEST ICR CREAM,
the finest assortment of CANDIES, and
IOE COLD SODA
In tbe oity. To prove tbe above, give them a
trial. Je« tf