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WANTED.— Sheop on share". The under
signed has range for 2,000 sheep, and
deal es to take a herd on shares. Address J.
KICARNY, Hudson Station, Kern county.
PRIVATE BOARDING nnd Furnished
Koomsfor rent, on Fort street, second
door from First. Je2ltf
WANTED* ~Situation! tor young man
and tils sister, who desiro to remain to
gether. The young lady can do any inside
work; young man has hud experience' in tak
ing care of farm, bee ranches, set of books;
has acted as agent in various capacities. En
quire of A.J. Davidson,Chas. H. Hassofclty,
or address LESLIE F. GAY, city.
Jels 2w d<*w
LOST AND FOUND.-A man lost his
temper for not milling a good cigar or a
good lining shirt, but on perambulating the
street found l lie first at 107 Main street and
the latter al 38 Main street. He is now the
b"st tempered man in this city, and lie swears
that lie will not buy cither a cigar or any un
derweur except at the "Identical."
38 Main SI., under Baekman House,
Or at 107 Main street, next to W., F. A Co.'s
Express. my 18 If
ROOMS*- FAMILY and Single Kooms
with board at Col. Feel's on Spring St.
ANEW WILCOX A GIBBS SEWING Ma
chine for sale at 25 per cent, less than
cash price. Inquire at this Office.
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.-
Beautiful Booms, en suite or slngle.with
all modern Improvements, well ventilated
and commanding a charming view of clly,
mountain and valley. Apply at the KIM-
B ILL MANSION, next door to Congrega
tional Church, New High street. Je2s lw
TO LET.—Half of second story,consisting
oftwo rooms nnd a large kitchen, nt No.
131 Main streel. Enquire of EUGENE GER
MAN A CO. Jel9 lw
FURnTtUR E~FOR~SALE. - A loTof
household furniture, complete for house
keei>n,f(, suituble for small family. Enquire
at this ollice. jelo ti *
UM VvhiLe HoUMj weii ventilated and
kept In good order. Apply up stairs, jet) lm*
FOR SALE.-The bonrding-houso rurnl
<ure and fixtures of the boarding-house
corner Alameda and Commercial streets—all
new. Call on MRS. RUCKSK, at tlie prem
ises. jeB lm
TREES FOR SALE.-Fifty Thousand
Orange, Lemon und Lime Trees, suituble
for setting out in nursery this Summer.or will
contract to deliver them when four years old.
Address J. S. CLAPP, Poatomee box W, or ap
ply at tlie place of I). CLaPP, four miles
South of the city. Je2 lm
FOR SALE.-Mapot the elty of Los An
seles, Just published, by BANCROFT A
THAYER, Real Estate Brokers 31 Spring
street, near P. O. Price: Mounted on rollers,
$4; pocket edition, $1 50. Mulled to any part
ofthe U. S. on receipt of price. my2B tf
TO RENT.-'On reasonable terms, for
pasture, until September next, 640 acres
oi land situated about s miles Northwest of
Auahelm and übout :i miles from tlie railroad.
Enquire of W. H. J. BuOOKS, No. 13 Spring
street. my 26
ROOMS TO LET-Furnlshed or Unfur
nished, in The house of mi English lady,
on Beaudry street, between New High and
Buenu Vista streets. my 26 lm'-'
FOR BALE CHEAP.-A lurgo number
oi thrifty growing Lime Trees, ln good
condition. Apply to
iu2ltf J. C. WALLACE, San Gabriel.
FOR SALE.—One share Centinela Land
Company stock. Enquire of Dr. Brown,
Main street, between First and Second.
MONEY LOANS Negotiated by the Arm
of J. M. BALDWIN,
mrlStf 79 1-3 Downey Block.
All Political Annonueemeuta must
be |»nld for In Advance.
FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
flce of Tax Collector ol Los Angeles county at
tho ensuing eleetlou ln September. je2 td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
J. H. GRAY,
Of El Monte, is a candidate for County Re
corder. Jelg td*
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR
W . I. RUMBLE
Will be a candidate for the office of County
Surveyor at the coming election. Jell td*
COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
THOS. A. SAXON
Will be a candidate for County Superintend
ent of Public Scaools, subject to the action oi
tlie Democratic Convention. JelOtd*
FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
Announces himself as a candidate for tho of
flce of Tax Collector of Los Angeles county at
the ensuing election in September. Je9td
DAVID VV. ALEXANDER,
Of Wilmington, will be a candidate for the
oiiiee of Sheritf ot the couuly of Los Angeles,
subject to the action of the Democratic Con
FOR COUNTY RECORDER
JISO. 34. BALDWIN
Will boa candidate at the next election for
the otllce of County Recorder. jes td
11. M. MITCHELL
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
flce of Sheriff of Los Augeles county at the
coming election. Je2td
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
EDWARD A. PREUSS
Is v candidate for County Treasurer at the ap
proaching election. myll
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
C . W. GOULD
Announces himself as a candidate for County
Auditor at the ensuing election. myB td, ,
FOR COUNTY RECORDER,
JT . W. GILLETTE,
Desires a second term only. myl
IP. 11. MELLUS
Will beaoundidute for Constable of Los Au
geles Township at the ensuing county tlee
rion. " my23-td
FOR COUNTY .SCHOOL SUPERINTEND
GEO. 11. PECK
Will be a candidate for re-election. niy27
A FOUR-HORSE STAGE,
J. M. DONKLSON, : : Proprietor,
„. . Will leave Los Angeles
iaily at at 7:110 a. m. Re
_™ -fy-', nning, will arrive In Los
.vngeles at 6 r. M.
Passengers eni ed lor ln any part of the city.
Tickets can be hau at tlie stuge offlce, In
Wells, Kargo dc Co.'s Otllce, corner Main and
Market streets. GEO. PRIDHAM,
my 23 tf Agent.
$0$ geek's lentil
SATURDAY JUNE 20, 1875.
San Francisco, Juno 25.
i lout, 117.Mi
Greenbacks—Buying, BSKI selling, 87
Capt. W. T. Say ward and Rev. I. S.
Kalloch went to Riverside yesterday.
The Orizaba leaves to-day for San
The Denin-sawtelle Troupe are going
to San Bernardino.
Work on the Fort street Methodist
church has commenced.
The Union Club will be inaugurated
to-night as a club house.
A prismoidal railway in Texas is
said to be thirty miles long.
Mr. E. Parish can get a dispatch at
the Western Union Office.
The San Fernando oil well is 170 feet
The grape crop promises to be im
The fresh fish market is lively just
now. Fisherman's luck is good luck.
Five cars of brea were shipped to
San Francisco yesterday.
Sheriff Hunsaker, of San Diego,was
in the city yesterday.
Fishing at Santa Monica wharf is
Mr. Kimball, on Spring street, has
cefl'ee seed for distribution.
In the Bon Ton Saloon, Mr. Pum
phrey takes Mr. Charles Meyers' in
Mr. E. Fisher opens an ale and beer
house at the corner of Main and Sec
ond streets this evening.
Attention is directed to Grand Mar
shal Stoneman's advertisement of the
Fourth of July celebration.
The grading of Fort street,in ragged
detachnients,stiH continues. When is
this partial grading to cease?
Preaching to-morrow in Turn-Verein
Hall by Rev. [. 8, Kalloch. All are
The firemen will have a torchlight
procession to-night, after which they
will attend the theatre in a body.
The new enghie was visited yester
day by crowds of citizens, who exam
ined it carefully.
An examination of our hotel arri
vals will convince a stranger that this
is a live town.
Two cars of Australian gum trees
were booked for San Diego at the di -
San Diego papers publish a column
advertisement for the celebration of
tbe 4th of July.
The Grange Store is selling large
quantities of boots and shoes, with
supplies arriving by every steamer.
The driver of the odometer of the
Wheeler Expedition is a nephew of
Count Yon Moltke of Prussia.
The barkentine Constitution, Cap
tain Bishop, arrived yesterday from
Seattle with coal for tbe railroad.
Mr. lit unk killed a California lioness
in Arroyo Seco on Thursday last. It
measured seven feet from tip to tip.
We had a call last evening from
Professor Saxon, of the Ballona, who
reports his school in a flourishing
This office returns thanks to Mr. E.
de Celis for a generous supply of ante
lope, which is part of the spoils of his
two weeks hunt in the mountains.
The San Diego train leaves now at
6:30 a. M. instead of 4:30 p. M. Trav
ellers should note the change to avoid
Mr. John Rowell, of Providence, R.
1., leaves on 4he Orizaba to-day for
Santa Barbara, but we expect soon
again to see his cheerful face.
The sidewalk on the West side of
Main street, in front of Temple Block,
is being lowered about two feet. This
brings the walk to the level of the
We understand our three breweries
—the Philadelphia, New York anil
City —are going to parade on the 4th
of July, with KingGambriuus mount
ed on a huge cask of beer.
When the telegraph gives a list of
over one hundred passengers for Los
Angeles by a coast steamer. San Diego
gets about twenty and Sauta Barbara
about a dozen.
A load of rock from the Charlotte
Mine at the office of Rumble & Gaert
ner assays remarkably well. We un
derstand the prospects of this mine are
The young men who appropriated a
new hat and left his old one at Odd
Fellows' hall, is asked to claim his
property at this office, or it will be
A Spaniard and Chinaman had a
difficulty In Negro Alley yesterday, in
which the latter received a severe out
over the forehead. The Mayor will
investigate this morning.
Owners of real estate should consult
Terrant & Pterre and ascertain how
cheap they lay asphaltum pavements.
These pavements never wear out aud
are much better to walk over than
brick, stone or plank.
Marshal Carrillo, last night about 7
o'clock, arrested a man who was abus
ing a Chinaman on Los Angeles street.
When arrested, he had a knife drawn
which the Marshal promptly wrested
We have received from Messrs. A.
S. Barnes «& Co., New York, an ad
vanced copy of the address of Prof.
Charles Duvis, Juno 17th, before the
Association of the Graduates of the U.
S. Military Academy.
As railroad work progresses we have
considerable activity at the anchor
age. The schooner A. P. Jordau,Capt.
Crack, five days from Cuffey's Cove,
loaded with railroad ties, arrived yes
A California!! driving a four-horse
team on Los Angeles street, collided
with a Chinese wagon yesterday,
wrecking it badly. He was arrested,
but released on a promise to pay for
the damage. Any man who cannot
avoid a collision ou Los Angeles street
should be ieut to
The children should be taken to the
matinee >»t Merced Theatre this after
noon. "Under the Gas-Light" will
tickle the young folks and there in
nothing like keeping them in good
humor. Go early, and tret a good
The Knights of Pythias, at their
meeting Thursday night at Odd Fel
lows' Hall, elected a partial list of offi
cers for the ensuing six months. The
following were the gentlemen elected:
C. C, C. A. Bonesteel; V. C, E. F.de
Cells; Prelate, A. W. Potts.
The new engine will be tried this af
ternoon at 3 o'clock at the Plaza. Af
terwards a second trial will be had on
Main street, between Fourth and Fifth
streets. The tests will be under the
management of the City Committee
on Fire and Water, Mr. Huber (/hair
At the regular meeting of Golden
Rule Lodge No. 100, I. 0. O. F., held
at Odd Fellows' hall last night, the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing term: A. G. Taber, N. G.;
I. C. Girard, V. G.; B. C. Truman, R.
S.; L. Lewin, P. S.; M. W, Childs,
Treasurer; C. 0. Laps, J. R. Summers
ami E. H. Workman, Trustees.
Preliminary steps for the incorpora
tion of the Charlotte Consolidated
Gold Mining Company were taken
yesterday at the office of Rumble &
Guertuer, with H. Stanway for Presi
dent, C. F. Heinzeman Treasurer, J.
L. Ward Secretary. Directors: Alfred
James, J. D. Lynch, J. Kurtz, A. W.
Potts, C. Jacoby.
Mrs. Douglass, of Chicago, who has
been a guest at the Kimball mansion
for three mouths past, leaves to-day
for Santa Barbara in search of that
ghostly phantom, health. Our regret
at her departure is mingled with the
hope that she may recover her health
so completely as to be able to bid de
fiance to Chicago's Wintry blasts on
her return home.
Los Angeles Stamni, No. 133, U. O.
R. M., have elected the following offi
cers: O. Ch.. A. Vick; U. Chief", A.
Apphelt; B. Ch., M. Kuhrts; Secre
tary, A. Stoermer; Permanent Secre
tary, P. Leuth; Treasurer, A. Bress
mer; P., Jacob Phillippi; Trustees, I.
V. Burkhart, I. Fahnbart, A. Olden
burg; Representatives to the Grand
Lodge,H. Fleishman and A. Stoermer.
We regret to hear of the continued
illness of Mr. James Letford at the St.
Charles Hotel. He is an old resident
of tliis coast aud Mexico and is an in
telligent gentleman, who, we hope,
will soon entirely recover. Mr. Let
ford is Nordhoff's father-in-law, and
perhaps to his influence more than
anything ele is owing those favorable
writings on California which have
done so much to bring immigrants
We find the following notice of Mr.
Wm. E. Smith, the new Atlantic and
Pacific Manager in this city, in the
San Diego Union of the 23d: We
chronicle elsewhere the marriage, ou
Monday, of Wm. E. Smith, Esq., for
merly manager of the Western Union
Telegraph Office in this city, and Miss
Helen L. Bashford, daughter of Hon.
Coles Bashford, Secretary of Arizona.
The happy couple proceeded Immedi
ately to Los Angeles, where Mr.
Smith will occupy the position of
manager in the office of the Atlantic
and Pacific Telegraph Company. A
large circle of friends join in wishing
them every earthly happiness, with
ever increasing prosperity.
A most remarkable physical fact
was developed at the Masonic banquet
on Thursday night. Most of the par
ticipants were very hungry when they
sat down, aud each of course seized the
French bill of fare. After perusing it
a few moments each guest leaned back
with a self-satisfied countenance. That
bill of fare satisfied their hunger in the
same way that a view of a dentist's
instruments cures tooth-ace. A bill of
fare of fancy dishes,priuted in difficult
French, is the most economical dodge
out, and we recommend all hotels to
try it. With a French bill of fare,
healthy-looking victuals may be leit
scattered around witli a perfect reck
lessness. An attempted persusal of a
French bill of fare knocks spots out of
an American appetite.
To-Night at Merced Theatre.
To-night closes the engagement of
the Deuin-Sawtelle troupe, and they
present again the sensational drama,
"Under the Gaslight," with all its
gorgeous scenes and appointments. A
large crowd witnessed tlie performance
last night, and gave it the heartiest
applause. To-night we expect to see
the house crowded with the youth and
beauty of Los Angeles to see this
piece,which was put ou a New York
stage for over three hundred nights to
immense audiences. It is the last op
portunity to offer a testimonial to the
company which has come at such ex
pense from Sau Francisco to favor us
with genuine theatricals.
The Sauret Concert.
Tlie first concert of the Sauret Com
pany, given in Turn-Verein Hall last
night, drew forth a large aud fashion
able audience. From its commence
ment to the last reverberating vote,
the entertainment proved a complete
success. To Mons. Sauret, the young
violinist, the highest praise is due for
the talent and culture which he dis
played. Tlie mingled grace and deli
cacy of his style, combined with deep
pathos, are si in ply a marvel and must
be heard before one has any idea of
what is possible on the king of instru
ments. Madame Careuo - Sauret is
every way worthy of her mate — a
lovely brunette, whose fingers shed
music as her eyes flush lignt. In her
solos GO well us iv tlie duets with her
genial husband, she shows tlie true ar
tiste of the very first rank. Hignora
Valerga with her sympathetic, highly
cultivated voice achieved a perleot tri
umph and received tumultuous en
cores, as well us showers of bouquets.
She disirveil them all. Mr. Cohen
made a favorable impression with iiis
flue tenor voice, which is very fresh
and pure, thougli perhaps at times a
trifle over robust. Prof. Schad, our
townsman, accompanied in very good
style, and deserves praise. The next
and last concert of rhe company is an
nounced for Monday evening next, and
we shall be surprised if on that occa
sion there is even standing room to be
had In Turn-Verein Hall.
A Spheroidal Railroad.
We hud a call yesterday from Mr.
Pierre Gassaux of Trinidad, New
Mexico,who claims to have discovered
a now system of railroads, which he
believe* will supercede narrow-gauges,
broad-gauges, prismoidal roads aud all
other kinds. Mr. Gassaux has in
vented, previous to this, many little
labor-saving machines, for which he
failed to take out patents, but the
principle of some of them has been
stolen by other inventors, who are
now rolling in wealth won through
He came from a long line of French
mechanics, all famous for their men
tal power*. One of his paternal an
cestry, Jacques Gassaux, was a famous
Huguenot mechanic at the time of the
massacre of St. Bartholomew's day in
Paris, and was one of the victims of
that slaughter. His son inherited his
genius aud was afterwards recognized
and enriched by the Government,
which iv this way monopolized his
talents. We might mention others of
his immediate ancestry who distin
guished themselves in mechanical in
ventions, but time will not permit.
The subject of our sketch is about
fifty years of age.thirty of which have
been passed in the United States. His
father is a famous machinist of Paris,
and but for Pierre's roving disposition,
he might now be in charge of the pa
ternal establishment,which a younger
brother conducts. During the railroad
excitements of these latter days, Mr.
Gassaux has made v study of gauges,
grades, rails, wiieeis, etc., with the
view of ascertaining the best possible
means of locomotion, with perfect
safety and greatest speed. 'Ibis study
led him to doubt the perfection of the
present system of flat iron rails, iron
wheels, locomotives and cars. He now
thinks he has discovered a substitute
in his spheroidal system. He was not
led to adopt this idea because the
world is round or the celestial bodies
of a globular form, but by an accident
which we have not time to explain in
this brief notice. We have seen his
little model work, and it seems to he
the perfection of the spheroidal idea
as applied to railroads.
We are not at liberty to go into de
tails, but can say this much in expla
nation: The track is a polished grove
of great strength, which can be cheaply
laid down; the drawing power is eu
closd ln a spherical frame, which has
a convex rim, polished highly and
fitting in the groove or track. In this
manner—there being so little friction
—great speed is attained, higher even
than the most sanguine railroad men
ever expected. He has a model of a
car on the same spherical plan, to
move on the track in the same manner
as the power or locomotive,which cer
tainly does the work in the model.
The inventor is on his way to Wash
ington for a (intent,ami we can explain
no further. He claims for his inven
tion cheapness, there being only one
track and no ro<td bed required. The
engine and cars are less expensive.and
accidents are almost an impossibility.
The immense speed will commend it
to Vanderbilt and the New York
Herald manager for rapid transit. It
is destined to work a revolution in
railroad matters, and we expect soon
to hear of the official triumph of Mr.
Gassaux and his wonderful Spheroidal
The following is the list of passen
gers who left San Francisco for San
Pedro yesterday morning on the Mo
hongo: Mrs H A Morris and family,
Johu Leetmyer, Miss N Hartnett, J S
Burch, Mrs Cedenberger, Mrs A Baker
and four children, W Tinn, wife and
boy; J E Bell, F A Snyder, O Mine
hold, J H Pierce, J F Thatcher. J Gor
don, H O Retberg, J R Little, E G
Johnson, H Newmark, M S Franklin,
Mrs John Spier, Mrs E A Demps, Mrs
E M Larabie and son, H J White, E L
Rothschild, T Rothsohild,wife and two
children; Mrs W Kallsherand family,
C B Hathaway, Miss E Grive, W An
derson, Mrs E Howard and boy. Dr W
B Wall and family, J Wickershain,
wife and six children; F G Kammcr,
A M Scoot, L Augustet, G D Moody,
J A Enson, W P P:dler, W Gordon, G
Hoag, R G Rhodes, E D Blanchard, T
J Mores, Miss Hamilton, Mrs Morgen
than, E D Park, A C Gibson, E A De
camp, B S Bartlett, J D Hicks, H Con
ner and boy.
"Talk Third Term to Ulys."
I Washington Capital.]
"Talk third term to Ulys," •aid Or
villc Grant to a gentleman last Win
ter; "he has that on the brain."
Without stopping to question Or
ville's knowledge of his brother's ana
tomical structure that pre-supposes a
brain, the letter before us proves
Orvilie possessed of correct informa
Should the Republicans carry either
Ohio or Pennsylvania in the Fall
elections; indeed, should the contest
be close enough in either to revive
hope iv this soulless organization, we
may expect prompt orders from head
quarters and grave complications in
tlie approaching President!*] election.
It was a strange ending to the late
civil war, and evidencing a law of vi
olence not heretofore taken into con
sideration, if the man born of that
conflict, iliuujj. orated and fought nul
to sustain tin- Union, should In- Pound
the efficient ln*irUM)ei|( w|tii which lo
destroy tbe Republic,
Patent Air Balloons.
Carl Guizciiherger, of the Vienna
postolfice, writes to tlie Postofilce
Department that lie has invented an
apparatus which can be used in direct
ing tlie passage of air balloons so that
they could attain a speed of ton Ger
man miles an hour. He states that it
would be of vast benefit to the Depart
ment, and urges the Postmaster Gen
eral to enter into a contract with him,
whereby he may have one such appa
ratus constructed in New York, under
his supervision, by one of our engi
neers, nnd a trial trip to be made be
tween New York and San Francisco.
In Paris they make two eggs out of
one by cutting the shell Willi ■ gla
zier's diamond, ami then slicing the
egg quickly with an oiled knife. The
two halves are deftly dropped into
[toiling butter on the plate which
"fixes" them making them look like
two, and nn which Ihe customer- who
lias not seen the perforata ih> ' -pa\(
without s' -u'eloii, ' \Yho couldn't pay
the German-. Ibetr indemnity aud get
back to specie payments in three years
With such gains ?
Departures this morning by Tele
graph Stage Line for San Francisco: A
Harris, C A Luke and wl, T M O'Bri
en, PCurtin, John Lynch It H King,
W R Thompson, A « Hartson, S
Departures yesterday morning for
San Francisco by Telegraph Stage
Line: J M Bassett, A (llassell, Asa C
Ellis, J W Venable, T P Bicknell, M
V Breman, Geo Brown, Geo Zobelein,
CO Hanson, GL Bach: is, 0 8 Abbott.
Arrivals yesterday frnttt San Fran
cisco by Telegraph stage Line: J X
Tuffree, Messrs Welch, Shanklin, LE
Mother, N Hunsaker, L Shard, Mr
Franklin, V Veltra.
Arrivals by Coast Line Stage Com
pany yesterday from Sau Francisco:
From Carpenteria: Mrs Morgan and
Departures for San Francisco this
morning by Coast Line: Mrs Maurice
and D 1- razier.
Departures this morning by Coast
Line for the North: G Cohn and B D
Arrivals from San Bernardino yes
terday by Arizona Stage Company:
B H Upham, R H King, J W Scott, B
F Armstrong, J B Foster, Dr Dun
leary, B Christ, F A Holland, Frank
Arrivals from San Diego yesterday
by Coast Line: Mr aud Mrs Lanker
Departures for San Bernardino yes
terday by Arizona Stage Co.'s line:
Julius Meyer, Moses Bhim, M W Ev
ans, E N Burton, T J Christie.
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
BACKMAN Hoi'sK—Mr. a Mrs. Baekman,
P Mellow, S X Q Thompos, Minn
,1 Wymer, do E Titus, Wis
T Holt, do .1 Heed, do
R Barney, do X Bats, Eng
.Mrs Barns-do J A Hurd A wf
ST. CHAKI.KS—SaInrI A Uuring, Proprietors
D B Stick uey, N V B r Baton, Fair oaks
s Beach, do N A Brown, Castas
l» A Joy, do .1 F Dyer, do
Mine Sauret, Paris cc Andrews, Oomptn
R sauret, do W Brophy, Lyon sin
Hlg Valerga, H P ,l X I'utfreo,, Anion
W N Cohen, do E B Prater, Bkrsfld
T Asheur. do N Hunsaker, s Diego
.1 B Foster, do it II King, S Brndo
D Crist, Bear Vly B X Armstrong, S p
A (juerrer, A/.usa H Shrewsbury,Sntlago
.1 E Pleasants, NietOS
LAFAYETTE—PIuhr A Genoa, Proprietors.
L Weinberg, Anahm J Miller,s Brndo
P Davis, do E N liurson, 111
Mrs Davis, do P Wlldmun, Wlmgn
P II Davis, I F J G DeUurk, IVnn
J Deris, do C A Holmes, Pnmt
Mrs Natos, do T Macendof, do
0 Bitter, do LGuirndo, do
U Heed, do X Goold, Ls Flores
B P Smart, Downey F Her, Boston
J Heathman, do H Charles, S .luiin s
C Benbrooks, do
UNITED HTATEK-Hammel A Honker, Prps
A Lothian, AnattU E H Barnhum, N V
DR.raem.er, do T.I Christie, do
J Jordt n, do T Waffurld, Pnmt
E Evey, do D Mcl iiiu> v, do
F F,y, do W Day, do
X .1 Woodward, Nietos v Morrison, Hollister
.1 X Woodworth, do G W Wilson, Mojavc R
T DSackelt Jt wf, do Miss Mci nne,l7-MI Hs
X D»an, Nietos M Wlllnglou, do
T B Hayes A wf.Wltun J X Kcltulliiig, wf A c,
1 H Chapman A Wf, 8 P Illinois
I) Gruwcll A wf, do S Boss, Term
0 Byingion.S F H Uulrlcn,do
VV ' i Kogert, do " T B Truker, Pa
J Sarblliit/., do GGavis, S Monica
Q N Ball, Compton A Winkler, S Brndo
H C Uunderwood, S P D A Keed, Ellis Htn
0 H Keys a wf, do ,1 W Wilder, Circus
SI) Seymour, do .1 Lawles, 'do
D •■• Thomas, Neb J Crowe, do
P B Fellows, do J H Gray, Monte
W W Edwards, SGbrl B N Lowe, Colton
VV Seliort, Npidru G T Grows. Ventura
B Purdy, Bkrstid B P Vloker, Pnmt
E B Prater, Kernvl J Snyde, Sp idra
S Meyers, Wlmgn C V Miller, S F
S Schrouzer, do A nTorrls. do
C Vaughn, Aznsa HC Pendleton, Putn V
P X Purdy, do W Van be d, Downievl
W II Spangler, Lyons T Mcl lermun, do
E L Michel, do W L Biggs, A T
1 W (iilbert.N V W Day, do
OGGllbort, do W M Conk, do
PCuriiac, do fj Budk,Cofnpton
W X Thompson, N V J Dunlevy, Bear Vly
M O'Brien, Bl*tai J l.lnah, N V
U A Luke A wf, A T 0 Einsnott, lowa
F I ial higher, A T N Blackstoek.wf A 3 0,
A D Webb, Lone Pine LOUS Pine
F Allen, Nietos
East Los Angeles & Main Street
UK LOS i Proprietor
BA NT I.OS ANGELES WEST l,'S ANGELES
Downey Park, Intersecting Main and
L'ltrcx. Arrives. Leaves. Arrivex.
ti:3o A. M. 7:30 A. M. 7:00 a. M. 7:00 A. M.
8:00 " 9:00 " 8:30 " 8:30 "
9:10 " 10:20 " 9:50 " 9:40 "
10:30 " I2;00 M. 11:30 " II :00 "
1:00 c. tf. 2:20 p. M. 1:50 P. M. 1:80 P. M.
2:10 " 4:00 " 3:30 " 3:10 "
4:20 " 5:40 " 5:!0 " 4:50 "
«:0J " 6:30 " 6:30 "
Sixteen Tickets for $1.
A RARE CHANCE.
Elegant Villa, Orchard and
—IN THE —
SAN GABRIEL FRUIT BELT.
MESSRS. WILSON & SHORB,
Th* ii-.iprieiors of the Ainainbia Tract, near
i in- vl IsStOU, will oiler for sale, in sniiill tracts,
in the vicinity of the reservoir where the wuler
is now Sowing, irotn
Two to Three Hundred Acres
Intending purcliasers can Inform themselves
,i paMicuiars by applying lo
« . C'ABO'I', Temple Hlock,
M ai Lake Vineyard, to
11. D. WILMON,
ipBH tf J. Kelt \ 111 II NIIOKH.
Greatest Invention of the Age!
LLIDOEN'S BARBED WIRE FENCE
I*EST sTtK'K KKNCK EVEH oFKKKKD
J> 'o the Coast, On exhibition ami for sale
i i It AN 61 STOHfi,
J. W. STUMP.
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Itooms S and 4) Downey Hook.
my 7 tf dew
tt6 Malu St., Vom Aug-ele*. Cal.
Keeds on hand the Largest und Best Assort
Metalic and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds
Trimmings, etc., etc.,
In lliis ('ily, direct from the Fast. Dealers in
tho country will And it lo tlieirinterest to glv
him a cull, us lie will sell goods
Cheaper than they can gel
them in San Francisco.
FULL CH A RGE TAKEN OF FUNERALS.
do-dies Embalmed for Shipment East.
All orders by telegraph promptly attended
to. The finest
Hearse In Southern California.
GO TO THE
POSTOFFICE STATIONERY STORE
— FOB —
— AND —
Gr lONBRAL STATIONERY
T WILL DELIVER ANY QUANTITY OF
JL Gum Trees anywhere in this or San Ber
nardino count v, ranging in height from ti to
12 i ur lies, Within six months from date of con
trict, at from six to twelve cents per inc.
Address, RALPH ROGERS,
Orange. bo* Angeles Co.
Los Angeies, April is. 1875. apS ly
LI VERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE,
No. 47 Aliso St., Los Angeles.
HORSES BOARDED by the day, week
or month. Horses, wagons and buggies
lor sale or hire. Sick horses prescribed for.
Colts bitted, handled and driveu.
Connected with the stable is the linesl Hack
In tbe city. Stand at the Baekman House.
Je24tf D. CAMPBELL, Prop'r.
PASTRY BAKK X V.
HENRY LECROQ Proprietor
A SUPPLY KEPT constantly on baud
and cooking of all kinds done to older.
SANTA MONICA, NEAIi SPRING.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE FIRM heretofore known as Askin
& Hewi tt Is this day dissolved by mu
tual consont, J. Hewett rctlriiiK. T. J. Askin
Is alone authorized to collect all monies due
the late firm and pay all liabilities,
T. J. ASKIN.
The livery business and hack will he con
tinued in tlie same place by
Je2S lilt T. J. ASKIN.
ALL KINDS OF SEWING MA
chines sold, rented or exchanged on easy
All kinds of sewing Machine Attachment a,
Needles, oil, etc., on hand.
General Agency for Southern rallforoia for
Remington and Victor Machines al Sewing
Machine Depot of
A. M . .J .V TV Eft .
AO SF.ttNG STREET, LOS ANOEI.ES.
my 15 if
For Boys and Girls.
(Spring Htre>ei, below Third.
TERMS PER MONTH, IN' ADVANCE.
To Fourth Reader J 1 00
To Algebra 4 00
Higher brunches Extra.
Classes so arranged that promotions can be
made as soon us the pupil is prepared.
Dr. Hoffman, S. W. Cruigue and Joseph D.
Lynch, of the Evening Expreat.
my2i)(f J. D. DORLAN, Principal.
Notice of Application foi Pardon.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE UNDEK
signod will apply to the Governor id the
State of California tor tlie pardon ot Jose del
i n nn i Lugo, convicted bef re Ihe District
Court ofthe 17th Judicial Dislriet of Hie state
of Calljornla, in and for the county of Los
Angeles, of the crime of manslaughter and
sentenced July 24, 1874, to the Stale Prison
for the term of five years.
Los Augeles, Juno 2, 1875.
MARIA SOTEI.o DE LUGO.
To V. E. Howard, Esq., District Attorney, Lot
Sendee ofcopv of foregoing nniiceuccepted
this 2d day of June, 1875.
V. E. HOWARD,
Jet lm District Attorney.
E. E. Fisukk. L W. Tll.vn iiKB,
FISHER & THATCHER,
Wholesale and Retail Maiiulaelurers of
WA r F Vft MAKERS
Have in sin, k the »cry finest
.lewwlry. DGimoiitlH, VV'uli-li«'»,
( 'looks, Hilver-wiire.
I IMI 1 X A I II A I 4 II I B.
Keepers ot the stand oil (observatory) time
lor the elty, amis. l\ H. B.
H»MS i €7 Mailt At.. I.«c* Angeles.
L'S HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE TANKS
on tho school assessment for I.os \n
neles City School-District ale eou due, and
payable at the City Clerk's oftu*, Spring
street, und unless paid wlthm sixty days from
date oi tiiis notice, collection will be en Itoi'l'd
according lo law
JeOJm J. /., MORRIS, Cotleotcr.
Notice of Dissolution.
THE PARTNERSHIP I'cmiotoreexist
ing between T. Lsszarovicli and Moses
Norton in the grocery, provision und Uouor
business, under the l\nn name and style ol
T. Liiziarovioh & to . !s hereby declared to
he wholly dissolve.l. \\i debt* owing to said
firm will be collected ic. Muse Norton, who
will also pay all legal demand- t.galmtt ihe
Los Angeles, June 16,1875,
Jel7 lm M. NORTON.
SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK a Co.,
At the well known
BOOK ANO MUSIC STORE.
Spring street, adjoining the PosioflVe,
I.s offering to his friends and the public in
general, tbe flnest assortment of Standard
POETICAL and PROSE WORKS,
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Ham
and Musical Work Boxes, Musical De
canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios,
LADIES' AND GENT'S WALLETS.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeuns, Banjos,
And many otner useful articles suit .1 I.- for
FINK STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS
PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES
Aud hundreds of oilier articles, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will he spared to meet the wants
ofthe public, and 1 hope to merit a fair share
Jan 3-tf LEWIS LEWIN.
ANY ONE IN NEED OF
Shelving. Counters, Etc.
Suitable for dry goods, grocery store or oilier
business, can get a bargain by calling unm< -
diately at the store of
CASWELL & ZLLIB.
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LOS ANGELES BROOM FACTORY,
L W. GEKRISH Proprietor
No. «u> Aliso Street.
Manufacturer and dealer ln Brooms and
Brushes, Orders PROMPTLY tilled.
NEW IMS! NEW Mitt!
Hasjusl returned from Sau Francisco « nn a
complete .Summer stork of
!> I* V GOODS
He invites his friends to cal I on linn and ex
amine hi- stock al the well known stand, 1 or
ner of I .oh .Angeles aud Commercial steeeis.
my is 11
LOS ANGELES CITY
SHAREHOLDERS AND THOSE Wisll
lug to take shares, will please lake not ice
Thursday, July I, 1876,
The lots will tie distributed among the .stuue
holders, and all instalments bi couituiE one i y
the Ist of July next must lie paid on or i, lore
the,lay of distribution. The tract of la,-l hi
be distributed among Ihe sli.iielioldci ■> 1,,-s
just North of
Between Pico and Washington streets; Is one
Ofthe llnest locations ln the cliy,und Is rap-
Idly appreciating in value.
Tlie size of all the lots is
1018 :W5 FEET FROMT
ITfS ±-n FEET DEEP.
The price of lots is lixed nt payable in
monthly instalments of $20, without Interest,
This Association iiflVrtallneopportu aity for
persons of small means to procure, on lei ins
which I hey Will hardly feel, a homestead in
one of the most desirable and improving
lions of our city, only slew steps from tbe
Mum Street Railroad, which Is now neai l.i iv
operation, and directly on tlie line of tlie pro
jected railroad by Washington street to ilie
Subscription list at the office of the Secre
tary. KD. A. PREUSS.
SANTA MONICA HOTEL.
MORGAN & MONROE,
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
THE AGENCY Of
THE HALLET DAVIS
r i Al > r o m
It removed from Main and Second streets lo
No. 100 Main Htr«>et»
Between First and Seeoud, on the Baal sM#.
A. 11. HAVKLL.
Teacher of Music.
tMTPIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED"**
,ie 2 11
THIS PROPERTY, located on Mai.,
I street* between Twelfth and Pico sis.,
is now sub-divded In lots aud is often- i tor
sale on reasonable terms.
11. IV. BRUNING.
Al the property or to
CHAS. li. JOHNSON,
JeB lm Postofflce Block
SUMMERS 9l NELSON'S,
No. 16 Nprlug Ntreet.
TO GET THE RICHEST ICE CREAM,
the finest assortment of CANDIE.s, and
lOE COLD SODA
In the city. To prove the above, give them a