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.lohunnson A Grosser have just received a
large invoice of Eastern Walnut' Furniture,
which lhey arc selling very cheap. Up stairs,
Corner Main and Commercial streets, Je24
Sell lug Out.
Selling out! Selling out our entire stock ol'
Dry Goods below cost, as wo intend in future
to' keen only Clothing, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Boots and Shoes, and all that pertains
to genllemen's wear. We therefore offer to
our patrons and the public in general the
greau'st ba'galns in Dry Goods ever offerd In
tblscltv. For further Information, call at the
Bazaar, corner of Main 4 Bequena streets,
opposite the U. 8. Hotel. ,lel7
Borrowing money upon the Instalment plan
Is attended with these advantages: The loan
can be repaid in small monthly amounts
whicli Include the interest and part of the
principal, so thai by the expiration of the term
it can be all paid without any groat Inconven
ience to the borrower; the rate of Interest is
generally lower; the expenses of obtaining
the money are not so great as In ordinary
loans, and if it Is borrowed upon good paying
property ilien it often happens that the rents
will meet the monthly Instalments and in
time pay off the debt.
For further and other particulars enquire
of W. H. J. BROOKS,
Agent for Savings and l.o;«n Society,
jo!stf No. 12 Spring street.
Mr. John Archibald has arrived and is pre
pared to loan money at 1 percent, per month,
in sums of $3,000 to $200,0<i0 Applications will
be received at the office of W. H. J. BROOKS,
corner Spring and Temple Bts., Allen's bull J-
Ing (upstairs). my2stf*
Messrs. A. J. Johnston A Co. have removed
to the corner of Temple aud Spring streets,
Allen's building, rooms I, 2, ,i and 1. JeO tf *
Just received by Si. Hellman, about 20 differ
ent styles of babies' carriages, direct from the
Eastern factory, which we will sell very low.
Johannscn A Grosser do the best and neat
est upholstering and cabinet work in South
en- California. If yon have anything to be
done in their line, givnhema »all. They are
reasonable in their charges, and keep all kinds
of Furniture and Bodding In their ware-rooms.
Uucommun's building, Main street, corner
Commercial. Jelo tf
Now in Your Time.
Now is your time! No suchchancc again in
one hundred years! The Bazaar is selling out
their entire stock of Dry Goods 25 per cent,
below cost, as they intend giving up their dry
goods business and keep only Gents' Furnish
ing Goods. This is do bogus sale, but a genu
ine selling out of our entire stock of Dry
Gry Goods, as yon will And out by calling at
the Bazaar, corner of Main and Requena
streets, opposite the U. 8. Hotel. Jol7
8. Nordllnger, the Jeweler, on Com
mercial street, offers the above reward
to any parties who can prove that he
does not keep the finest and largest
stock of Watches, Diamonds and Jew
elry in this town. He would also in
form the public at large that he does
not keep any plated or Cheap John
jewelry in his house. He also will sell
till further notice 4 oz. silver Bartlett
Waltham Watches at $30; 14 karat
gold Gents' Chains at $1 10 a penny
weight; Watch Crystals at 25 cts.each.
Iv fact, he will sell 25 per cent, cheap
er than any other house in this town.
For further information call at his
store. Nc. 3 Commercial street, and
examine his fine stock of goods.
Mr. Ed. Dupuy h m estaolisned v stable and
feed yard at uiu Santa Monica for lie accom
modation of Ihe visiting public to that popu
lar reeo**t. An ample stabb and corral have
already been constructed and teams will bo
well cared for at moderate prices. Mr. Dupuy
also has a livery connected with his estab
lishment, aud will keep some flue rigs to lrt.
If you want a good comfortable bed to slo-p
on and wh'oh adapts itself to a person's hody,
you should get one of Johannseu A Grosser"*
new kind of spring bed. They aro superior
for wear, easiest to bundle and uive more com
fort than any other spring bed made. Go and
see it for yoursell at their furniture ware
rooms, Main street, corner Commercial, up
stairs. Jels ti
On Monday, June 7th, at the Spring
street school house, Mrs. F. A. Parker
will open a school for a term of seven
weeks; term to close one week before
the re-opening of the public schools.
Tuition for the term—for Third reader
and al! below, $4; $5 for all above the
Third reader. For further particulars
enquire of Dr. Lucky, City Superin
tendent of Schools. jn3-tf
126 gents' cheviot suits, in frocks
and sacks, at $14, worth $20; 500 pairs
heavy cassimere pants at $4 per pair,
worth $6, at the Bazaar, corner Main
and Bequena streets, opposite the U.
8. Hotel. ml:1m
If you want a good suit of clothes
for a little money, go to the Bazaar,
corner of Main and Requena streets,
and get one of those $12 suits, worth
aWTbe principal organs of sense are con
centrated to the face. It is therefore worthy
of being crowned by all Gentlemen, with one
ofthe superior huts which can be had at Des
mond's, Main Street. mar 4.
Insurance Agency—Commercial of Califor
lfornla, Fire and Marine, assets $500,000; Cali
fornia Insurance Co., assets $500,000; Fire As
sociation of Philadelphia, incorporated IS2O,
,is»ets $6,000,000. These companies transact
tbelr business at the lowest paying rates,
charging for each risk according to the hazard
assumed, without reference to any Insurance
combination or arbitrary triffs. All losses
promptly adjusted and paid.
B. McLELLAN, Agent.
Office of G., N. & P. S. S. Co.,
fe2o 61 Main street, Los Angeles.
silver and gold plating; electrotyplng; ivory
and metal turning; glass and metal drilling.
Looks, keys, seals and key-checks, stencil and
■i'.or-plates made to order; knives and surgi
cal instruments ground and saws filed and set;
parasols and canes mended; musical instru
ments repaired; meerschaum pipes cleaned
and mounted; model making and repairs on
all fancy work and machinery, from a pin to
a locomotive. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold and repaired. Come and see the
new sewing machine engtne. Sewing Ma
ohlne Exchange,S9 Spring St. deSOtf
500 gents' cloth Summer hats, at 50
cts. apiece; extra heavy gents' satinet
pants from $1 50 up to $3, at Isaac
Norton & Co.'s, corner Main and Re
quena street, opposite the U. 8. Hotel.
Moore's Restaurant, on Commercial street,
Is the proper place to go for a good meal, with
a good cup ot coffee or lea U> drink with It-
There Is probably no restaurant on the Pacific
eoad where so many of tbe substantial* and
•o many of the luxuries may be had lor 25 c s.
Don't forget the place—Moore's Restaurant,
Commercial street. Private eating rooms have
been neaily fitted up for the accommodation
- ladies. IS-ti
Wm. Farrell, at No. 19 Court street,
attends to all business in the way of
plumbing and gas and steam pipe fit
ting. He guarantees satisfaction in
all cases and charges reasonable prices.
He also refluishes old gas fixtures,
makiug them as good as new. Also,
assent for the "Empire gas-burner"
and "Kennon-lc >ras-governor"—both
valuable acquisitions to fixtures of a
house aud great savings over the old
style apparatus. Remember the place,
No. 19 Courtstreei. mrlo:tf
WM. H. WILLIAMS,
C»BV£Y%NCBK %NI» COPYIST.
Room S3 Temple Block, Los Angeles.
Houses let, loans aud insurance uegotla.ea
and bills collected. Jelt if
SATURDAY JUNE 26. 1875.
The cosmopolitan character of Free
masonry is shown by its universality,
including in its Lodges members of all
creeds, citizens of all nations and men
of all ranks. The Prince of Wales is
now Grand Master of the English Free
masons, and the humblest Freemason
in the realm meets with his future
sovereign on a level In the lodge room.
The Lodges most peculiarly consti
tuted, however, are in the Holy Land,
where nationality vies with national
ity, and sect with sect, in an affort to
extend the realms of Freemasonry. In
the First Masonic Lodge of Jerusalem,
it is said, the Master is an American,
the Pust Master an Englishman, the
Senior Warden a German, the Juuior
Warden a native, the Treasurer a Turk,
the Secretary a Frenchman, the Senior
Deacon a Persian and the Junior Dea
con a Turk. There are Christians,
Mohammedans and Jews in the Lodge.
The Sau Diego World suggests to
Governor Pacheco the exercise of his
executive clemency in the case of Fe
lisario Alipas, the Indian boy, aged 17
years, who has been condemned to be
hung on the 2d day of July for the
murder of Rogcrson. He is ignorant,
not specially vicious, and it is supposed
that Cueyar, his associate, really plan
ned the job. The latter is feigning in
sanity with the skill of a Five Points
murderer, while his poor, ignorant,
Indian accomplice is likely to suffer
the extreme penalty of the law. It
may be only the life of a poor, debased
Indian boy, but Governor Pacheco
will be generally endorsed in the ex
tension of a commutation to this crim
inal, more especially aB the shrewder
murderer has played the insanity dodge
so successfully as to save his neck. In
the excitement of politics we trust the
Governor will not forget that the rope
is ready for the official strangling of
this Indian boy on the 2d proximo.
The American Peace Society.
We have received a circular from
the American Peace Society, which
furnishes a number of interesting
sketches, from a peace standpoint, to
show that peace is preferable to war.
This proposition, in the abstract, needs
no argument; but the* extreme to
which the Peace Society carries the
doctrine, might stop the wheels of
progress and sacrifice the liberties of
millions. Their endorsement of the
present Indian policy seems to us to
be a great mistake. It is idle to dis
cuss the causes that have produced the
present debasement of the Indians of
the Plains. It has been tlie work of
many years and the hand of the thiev
ing Indian Department of the Govern
ment is apparent iv their present de
moralization. The Indian of the
Plains is as humane as the rattlesnake,
and as amenable to law and order as
the coyote, and the attempt of the
Peace Society to resolute him into a
worthy member of Society, is a mel
ancholy farce. The murder of hun
dreds of the pioneers of the frontiers of
Texas, Kansas and Nebraska, is di
rectly chargeable to this Indian policy,
which has placed the management of
aft'airs in the hands of such mercantile
traders as Wm. E. Dodge of New
York, and the immediate control of
tribes under men like Superintendent
Hoag, whose capabilities should have
continued him in the butter and egg
business in the Philadelphia markets.
The present peace policy in Indian
affairs kills white men, outrages white
women and brains white children, aud
with such results, at such an expense
of blood and treasure, none but
maudlin sentimentalists can en
The New Napoleon.
We are all familiar with the vast en
terprises conceived by the brilliant
intellect of Colonel Mulberry Sellers,
who possessed so lofty an order of gen
ius that it grasped at nothing short of
millions. We know, too, that the
grandest scheme projected by him was
the proposed building of the city of
Napoleon, laid out on a new and im
proved plan, all corner lots, the price
of which was destined to run up into
the thousands. The muddy creek was
to be deepened and dignified wit h the
title of river. It seemed likely to
prove a national blessing and an ever
lusting monument to the honor and
glory of its projector, so promising did
it 100k —on paper; but it expired al
most at its inception. Yes, the city of
Napoleon is dead; but like history is
destined to repeat itself, and the Col
onel is still alive and at his old tricks.
Our new enterprise cannot boast of
some of tlie advantages of the old, but
then it far excels it in other respects—
with its perennial streams,from living
springs, flowing through the streets,
audits crowning glory, its bay—and
such a bay. We have carefully ex
amined the glowing prospectus by
which it is introduced to the public,
aud are compelled to admire the genius
and unbounded imagination displayed
in its production. Still, we think
there is room for improvement in the
map. For instance, why not reserve
a block beneath the "Y. L. Seminary"
block and nearer the ocean, to be
known as the Yacht Club block, and
another, occupying a similar position
below the University block, to be
styled tho Jockey Club block? In
addition, there should be a plaza,
clothed with a velvety lawn of emer
aid hue and adorned with tropical
trees and shrubbery and commanding
a maajw 1 flcent view of the placid ocean,
where prospective thousands, visible
to the eye of faith, are promenading,
while the flood of liquid melody from
a grand orchestra is softened by the
gentle murmur of the rippling waves.
Tlie twenty and forty acre lots, to be
sold to actual settlers and destined to
smile with orange groves and luxuri
ant vineyards, should be represented
on the map in their true colors. The
artist employed to paint in words the
beauty of the scene, has called into
requisition the most brilliant tints in
completing the picture as ordered, and
acquired a reputation as a pen-painter
who, with a few skillful strokes trans
forms a barren desert into a bloomiug
paradise which a Peri might sigh to
enter. Napoleon was once as snowy
on paper, but now vanquished. Dv
luth, possessing a fine harbor and sur
rounded by the best wheat country on
the continent, where lots once sold at
fabulous prices and they contemplated
moving over, as a starter, Chicago, Bt.
Louis and a few other little Western
towns, has subsided and takes a back
seat. And our own little bantling, our
Napoleon of the Pacific, with her ca
pacious bay—''a harbor where vessels
can find shelter in any storm;"
her " swift and elegant steam
ers, running in twenty - four hours
to San Francisco.over stormless seas;"
her branch road diverting all the trade
from the Texas Pacific; her miles of
orange groves, fragrant with the per
fume of flowers and flooded with the
soft melody of the nightingale,—what
is to become of all this? Doubtless
the magnificent bay, offering a safe
harbor for vessels in any storm, will
In due time dwindle down to its natu
ral proportions of a tolerably safe road
stead in quiet weather; the "swift
and elegant steamers" will, without
our assistance, chase each other over
Summer seas into fairy land whence
they came; the railroad will probably
fulfil the mission for which it was de
signed and carry supplies to the min
ing districts, and the bullion and pro
duce of the country through which it
passes, to the coast; and unless the
projectors of our Napoleon are pre
pared to construct a wall something
after the style of the great one of
China, or furnish the "actual settler"
with a liberal supply of log-chains with
which to anchor out his orange or
chards, they will inevitably be wafted
away by the gentle Summer zephyrs
and recede in the dim distance until
they find their natural abiding place
iv the warm, fertile valley of Los An
geles aud the more protected regions
inland. And our Napoleon with its
one hundred thousand inhabitants and
all its gilded incidents will subside
into tlie place to which it belongs and
which it must forever occupy—that of
tine of the seaports of The City of the
Southern Country—the future capital
of a future State. And the terrific
storm, which to-day threatens to over
whelm us, we shall in a few months
discover to have been nothing more
serious than a tempest in a teapot.
LETTER FROM ORANGE.
The Ornug-e <..nnl Templars' Festival—
A 4«ood linn with Pl«nsnut People.
Editor Heraldj On last Friday
night I had tlie pleasure of attending
the Good Templars' Festival given by
the Orange Lodge, and held at the
Hygean Home kept by Maj. W. T
Lurkin and his estimable lady—and,
by tlie way, a good place stop at. The
occasion was one of the most enjoya
ble that lias been my good fortune to
participate in for a long time. Many
regrets were expressed at the failure
of the excursion from this place by the
members of Merrill Lodge, as they
had anticipated, as the good folks of
Orange had made ample arrangements
to give us a hearty welcome and a
good entertainment and our lodge cer*
trainly missed a great treat by not
The Orange people are whole-souled,
hospitable and generous, as well as
alive to the best interests of their
town and community, and hence the
saloon-man, with his pernicious traffic
and influence is denied a place among
them, which fact evidently shows
their good sense and wisdom. A finer
country and better crop prospects are
nowhere to be found in this county
Financially, the festival was a suc
cess, and the abundance of good
things to supply the inner man spoke
volumes in praise of the liberality and
good taste of the Orange fair ladies.
May their hearts never know sorrow
and their shadows never grow less.
Yours, etc., D. A. Williams.
Reparation for the La Pas Outrages
Washington, June 23d.— Umpire
Sir Edward Thornton has sent to the
Mexican Claims Commission his final
decision, awarding $1,000 gold, with
out interest, to each of the following
American miners who put into La Paz
in 1856 and were cruelly imprisoned,
viz.: Evans, Rathborn, Satterly,Wal
lace, Dookendorf, Leonard, Manning,
Pettljohn, Hughes, Cullen, Clevos,
Harper, Watson, Perry, Smith, Hawk
ins, Fletcher, Browning. Also, the
following sums: Brown, $500; Craig,
$200; McCready, $2,042; Wray, $2,052;
Carter, $2,084; Paul, $2,052; Morey,
$2,052; Sampson, $2,039; Wolff, $2,270;
George Brown, $2,852; Couch, $2,059;
Wilson, $2,039; Ripley, $2,000, also
$1,461, with interest; King, $2,000 with
and $1,000 without interest; Baldwin,
$600; Ballentyne, $800 with and $1,000
without interest; Whitfield, $2,170;
Turpin, $2,050; John Adams, $2,039;
Leaven, $7,000; Weldon, $2,039; Du
senberg, $2,239. The above chiefly
without interest. The umpire rejects
52 other claimants.
The Beecher Case Committed to the
New York, June 24th.—In the
Ti I ton-Beeeher case the Judge charged
the jury to-day. The charge is con
sidered favorable to the defendant, but
both sides express themselves satis
fied. The Judge denied the motion to
re-open the case. At 10 o'clock noth
ing had been heard from the Jury.
Judge Neilson adjourned the court till
10 o'clock to-morrow morning. Mrs.
Tilton will publish an affidavit to
morrow denying in toto all charges of
criminal intimacy with Beecher, and
stating that no one was employed in
laying carpels in the house at the
time mentioned by Lees, Louder and
Price,aud to her knowledge they were
never in her house.
St. Louis, June 23d.—A Republican
Kansas City special says: The rumor
of the proposed consolidation of the
Kansas Pacific and Union Pacific Bail
roads is creating a great stir in this
city. The railroad company proposes
to run their own express. Dillon,
President of the Union Pacific and of
the Kansas Pacific, and five Directors'
cars of different roads were here this
morning. It is probable the through
freight and Pullman cars will be run
from St. Louis to Ogden over the St.
Louis, KansasCityand Northern Rail
Fire at Grand Haven.
Detroit, June 23d.—The Detroit
and Milwaukee grain elevator at Grand
Haven was burned to-nioht. The fire,
it is supposed, caught from a tug.
Fears of a Big Indian War.
Omaha, June 23d.—Advices from
Spotted Tail's agency state that three
large war parties left that vicinity on
the 17th—one for each Pawnee, Ute
and Shoshone Reservation. It is the
opinion of posted tneu that a gigantic
war is being inaugurated. Informa
tion has been sent to the Indian
Another Ring Suit.
New York, June23d.—A complaint
brought in the name of the people
against Peter B. Sweeney to recover
over $7,000,000 alleged to have been
fraudulently abstracted from the treas
ury of the county of New York, was
yesterday filed in the County Clerk's
Ottawa, June 23d.—The leading
insurance directors have instructed
their agents to take no risks on cer
tain lines of property, except at very
high rates. It is stated i hat the Can
adian insurance companies, within
fifteen days, lost about $250,000.
New York, June 23d.—A quantity
of whisky shipped from the West, and
recently seized, was condemned in the
U. 8. Court yesterday, no claimants
for it appearing.
Moody and Sankey.
London, June 23d.—The revival
meeting, as originally proposed, was
not held at Eton, because the local
authorities would not furnish the po
lice force which was considered neces
sary to keep the peace. In addition
to this, the opposersof the scheme per
suaded the Mayor of Windsor to with
draw the permission for the use of the
Town Hall, by Moody and Sankey.but
a meeting was finally held yesterday
in a private garden, at which 2,000
students at Eton, five Masters and 300
citizens were present. The Earl of
Cavan, Lord Wiothesby and Earl
Hussell accompanied Moody and
Sankey to Eton, During the service,
Moody announced that he had just
received a telegram stating that the
Governor of Eton sustained the head
man and removed all obstacles to the
proposed meeting, but he (Moody) had
no intention of holding further service
in tbe neighborhood.
London, June 24th.—It is reported
that the Marquis of Lome and the
Princess Louise intend making a tour
of tbe United States.
The Independent Ticket.
Visalia, June 24th.--The Indepen
dent nominations are received with
much satisfaction. 100 guns were
fired and bouflres lighted. It is con
ceded to be the strongest possible
Stockton, June 24tb.—The endorse
ment of the Independent ticket by
the Chronicle is the chief feature of
the political conversation here to day.
The State ticket is generally conceded
to be a strong one,
San Francisco, June 25th.—The
Call this morning notices editorially
the endorsement of the Independent
ticket by the Chronicle, and views it
as an effort by that paper to weaken
the party by holding up the Indepen
dent nominees in the light of a Re
publican ticket, meaning thereby to
drive the Democratic element from
the support of the Independents.
Judge Crocker Dead.
Sacramento, June 24th.—Judge E.
B. Crocker, one of the promoters of
the C. P. R. R. enterprise, and a mem
ber of the Supreme Court of Califor
nia, died to-day of softening of tbe
brain. The event was expected, as he
had beeu in a precarious condition for
two years. He was a native of Now
York, and aged fifty-one years.
Bidwell at Home.
Chico, June 24th — General Bidwell
arrived at the depot this evening. He
was met on his arrival from Sacra
,mento by the military, firemen and
citizens. Bells are ringing, bonfires
are lighted, and the General is now
addressing the people.
■ - -»»»
Victoria, June 24th.—The Myrmi
don and Otier have returned with the
officers and crew and boats of the
Fire at Red Bluff.
Red Bluff, Juue 24th.—The retort
house of the City Gas Works, aud
Kraft's warehouse, were burned this
morning. The damage to the gas
works is small; the warehouse is in*
San Francisco, June 24th.— The
following were the closing prices yes
terday: Mexican, $17J; Ophir, $43J;
Gould & Curry, 12J; Crown Point,
$264; Belcher, $25}; California, $56|;
Consolidated Virgiuia, $308}.
Santa Rosa, June 24th.—The Dem
ocratic County Convention tnet to-day
and the Democratic platform was
adopted. Nominations for Assembly:
Walter Ferral, Hon. E. C. Hensbaw
and H. K. Brown.
Shasta, June 24th.—The Demo
cratic County Convention met to-day.
Tne delegates to the State Convention
Mokelumne Hill, Juue 24th.—The
Democratic County Convention met
to-day and nominated county officers.
Loss of the Saranac.
There will be a general regret on
this coast at the loss of the United
States war steamer Saranac. She has
for years cruised in Pacific waters, fre
quently putting in an appearance in
San Francisco Bay, where her pres
ence was always hailed with pleasure.
Though an old ship, she was consid
ered staunch. Hef appointments were
excellent, and her officers took a pride
in commending her to visitors, of
which she always had a goodly num
ber when anchored in the bay. The
old favorite, it is reported, sank to the
bottom in just one hour after striking
on the rocks. The escape of those on
board was a fortunate circumstance;
and for this we have reason to be
thankful, while regretting that we
shall no more give her a welcome in
our waters, nor see the stars and
stripes floating from her masthead.—
Special Notice—No Blowing.
I have received a large stock of genuine Im
ported I'omeriegas and other brands of Ha
vana* to sell 2 for 25 cents. Also the very
flues! brands at 25 cents each, 5 for Stands
for 50 cents. My stock of domestic cigars can
not be beat. A box of good cigars from SI up
A lull line of gents' furnishing and fancy
goods, pipes, cutlery and different other arti
cles, at prices lower than any other house ln
this city. I do not resort to troubling my
neighbors, and only mind my own business.
Don't forgel the "Identicals."
38 Main St., under Hack man House,
Aud at 107 Main St., nexl to W., F. A Co.'s
N. it.—Do not mistake tlie place, as 1 nave
no connection with Indian territory. ratal
MEMBERS OF CONFIDENCE EN
gino Company No. 2 are ordered to meet
at Thirty-Keighls' Engine House TO-DAY
(Saturday) at 2:30 r. M.,shnrp,to be present ut
a trial of engine.
Also ordered to meet nt same place at S P.
M..same night. Uniform: black pants,white
shirt and collar, black tie.
By order of the Foreman.
je26 it B. McLKLLAN, Secretary.
J. Alt. SAWTELLE, .... Manager
Saturday Afternoon & Evening,
JUNE 26, 1876.
POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT
Ofthe beautiful nnd accomplished actress,
MISS KATE DENIN,
Supported by the young American actor,
Mr. J. Al. Sawtelle.
Will be produced tbe magnificent sensational
Under the Gas-Light!
Down Brakes ! Man on the Track!!
Forty Miles an Hour!!
This drama will be produced with all its
original scenic effects, Including tiie
Pier No. SO North River
-AND THE —
Monday, June 28th.
Second Grand Concert!
The wonderful Violinist, and
The great I'ianlste, assisted by
Signora Ida, Valerjra,
Tho charming Prima Donna,
The distinguished Guitarist, and
The brilliant Tenor.
Accompanist MR. F. SCHAD
An Entirely Sew Programme «T Nasi,
"THE ANGEL'S nF.RENaDE,"
By Siguora Valorga, Madame Careno-Siiuret,
Sefior Arevalo,and Metis. Einlle Siiuret.
Admission 81 00
Reserved Seats 1 SO
Ticket Office open on Monday, 28tli Inst., at
Lewin's popular Bookstore, Temple Block.
FOURTH OF JULY
MILITARY & CIVIC SOCIETIES,
— A N ft —
TRADES, MERCHANTS & MANUFACTURERS
Notice Is hereby given that Invitations have
been extended to all Military and Civic Socie
ties, and all Traders, Merchants and Manu
facturers to participate iv the celebration of
the tth of July prox.
AH who wish to participate will please no
tify tho Secretary of ihe Executive Commit
tee, 8. Lacy, Esq., as early as possible, that
they may be assigned positions in the proces
Los Angeles, June 2-1, 1875.
Je2stf Grand Marshal.
IN STORE AND FOR SALE.
Fresh Bluegrass Seed,
In small packages, Marhleized Iron Man
tles, ManlllaWrapping Paper, all sizes, Spring
and Wrapping Twines, Direct consignments
Jel7 lw J. L. WARD A CO.
Tuesday, June 29, 1875,
TKN DKUKI) TO
MISS JENNIE REIFFARTH
•orFor particular! see small bills.-cat
J. 8. JOHNSON,
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOP,
Near corner of Second,
(KICHLINE'H OLD STAND)
All work done In first-class stylo, and
WAHRANTEI) TO SUIT.
TERRANT & PTERRE,
PUT DOWN IN ASPHALTUM
— AT THE
Lowest Po»*#il>le Ratev.
High Street, Near Mascarel Street.
Old Santa Monica,
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY,
.lune £Ath nnd UTth.
Thero will be a
Molls furnished by
LOS ANGELES BRASS BAND.
Great care will be taken te have the affair
select In every way. ,|e2o lw
THE HOME of Mr. Donaldson in Cu
h uengo Pass, eight miles from the city,
is a popular place of resort for invalid gentle
men. A mild sea-breeze prevails there all
the time, and Mrs. Donaldson provides excel
lent fare. Two or three gentlemen can find
accommodations there al this time. JelH lm
Old Santa Monica,
NOW OPEN and prepared to accommo
date the public with the best of fare
board and lodging.
Je2o tf MRS. WILL TELL.
Alameda Street, Near Commercial,
THE UNDERSIGNED having pßiHwsed
■ the almve-numed House, is | reparad lo
accommodate boarders by the day nr week,
und would inform those wishing board or
ixjurd aud lodging at the figures in n'lo .ed
b low, that they will receive better sails fac
tion at his House than at any other establish
ment In the oHy, all the victuals being well
cooked, the tables supplied with the best ihe
market affords,and the bedscomfortable nnd
Board and Dodging, per week SO OO
Board, iter week Sft OO
GEORGE R. STANSFIELD,
» YIARB OLD!
PIOIS E E R
HARNESS and SADDLE %m
S. O. FOY,
importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Re
tali deul«r In
Saddlery and Harness of all kinds.
Sulk Harness, Trotting Harness, Heavy Draft
Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robes.
Blankets and Whips—in l td, everything per
taining to a fiist-class Saddlery ffouaa,
THE VICHY BENT
GENUINE LOB ANGELES SADDLES.
The best brands of Saddle, Harness and
.Hole Leather, always on hand and for sale al
wholesale and retail.
Harness Oils, Boaps &. Blacking.
Repairing- Promptly Dene.
No. 1? Lios Aii leu Hlreeel.
LOH ANGELES, CAL.
Prices as low as any house on the coast.
Consumers of Water of the Lm Ange
les City Water Company:
Consumers East of Hill and New High
streets will be allowed water for gardens be
tween the hours of 7 and 9 a. jc. and 5 and 7
p. M. Any useless wnste of water at any time
in water closets, gardens, etc.,or any infringe
ment of this rule, will necessitate the shutting
ofl of the water, which will not be turned on
again but on tho payment of 92 and a full
compliance wl*h these rule. Street sprink
ling from hose strictly prohibited.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
CHARLES E. MILES,
mylS tf Supt. L. A. City Water Co.
LOH ANGELES BRANCH
Cash Assets, - $600,000
Capital, - - $300,000
J. P. HotTofrroN President
G. H. Howard Vice-President
H. H. BfOKLOw General Manager
C. It. Story , : Secretary
R. H. MAOIf.t, General Agent
LOS ANGELES TRUSTEES:
S. B. f aswki.l, H. D. Bakuowh,
S. H. MOTT, j. S. SI.AUSON,
E. P. F. Tkmpi.e.
TKMPLK He VVOlt IvM.A.N,
Which Branch Include- Angeles and
San Bernardino counties. ill vi ncys re
ceived ior premium* will . •■ invested under
the control of the Trustees ul the I/is Angeles
Branch within the district, All losses ad
justed ami paid by the Directory.
my27tf . J. It. TOBEBMAN.
Phoenix Insurance Company, of
Home Insurance Company, of
London Assurance Corporation,
FIRE RISKS AT CURRENT RATES.
Policies leaned Direct from this
CHARLES N. JOHNSON, Agent,
THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING of
I the stock holders of the Main Street and
Agricultural Park Railroad Cempany will be
held at the office of Ihe Secretary, No. TiV %
Downey Block, at 3:3U o'clock p. M. MON
DAY, JULY 5, 1875.
Los Angeles, JuneS.
JelOtd CHAS. E. BEANE, Secy.
BEDDING AND LOUNGE
ISo. 13 Aliso Street.
IS PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE MAR
BEDDING OF ALL KINDS,
o v ts & w : m., •
A N 1>
The proprietor is a practical manufacturer,
and guarantees satisfaction ln all eases. Or
THE STOCK OF FURNITURE
Lately purchased from
D. A. STERN
Will be sold
BELO W COST
To close out and make mom for new goods.
Furniture and household goods bought, sold
and exchanged. Repaiileg al-o done at low
rales. my 12 tf
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WHEN YOU GO TOj
Take your meals at
MRS. ANTHONY'S RESTAURANT
Where you will get tite best of fare, finely
cooked, and at