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TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
ONE DOLLAR per Square of ten lines, first
insertion, and twknty-fivk cents per Square
lor each subsequent, Insertion.
WANTS—LOST—FOUND.
PRIVATE BOARDING and Furnish
Romuis ioi rent, on Fori Htree ecnnd
door from First;
WANTED.— A competent woman wamsa
Situation; Is a hrst class cook and gen
eral house-keeper. Address, this office, "A.
J. B." mil lw*
ST RAY CO —From ac spring street, a bay
tn ire about 12 years old; burry tail and
mine; had on nosi-halter, no strap. Tbe
fludor a 111 pie use return to M. C. Bukei and
De properly compensated. mil it
WANTED. — Iwo or three Furnished
Room■>, or a small unfurnished bouse.
Leave d.-scrip lon at this office. myB
FOUND.— 'J" fort st,tn, lust Sunday, v
Lady's Shawl-pin. Tne owner can re
cover property by applying at this office and
paying for advertisement. iuyB tf
WANTED. — Family sewing, by Mrs.
oooth, second bouse Bast oi ra if road on
Turner street. myTlm*
WANTED.— A girl to do geneial hotWe
w ok. vpply at the first cottage on
Muiu street South of Fourth, between the
hours of 2 and 4 p. m. myl tf
ROOMS. -FAMILY and Single Rooms
Willi board at Col. Peel's on Spring St.
novlOtf
ANEW WILCuX 4 OIBBSSKWING Ma
chine for sule at 25 per cenL less than
cash price. Inquire al tills office.
novUlif
FOR SALE-FOR RENT.
TO LET.—A few pleasant Rooms, with
Board, corner Fori and Franklin streets.
Inquire at 7S Main street, myl4 tf
FOR SALE.—One and one-half dozen
full hearing Oratige Trees, from 15 to 20
years old. Must be removed, on account of
building. Enquire at the PHILADELPHIA
BREWERY. myl4 3t
FOR SALE.—A new Wilson Sewing Ma
chine, worth Sl>0; fifteen percent, off for
cash. Apply at Heuald office. -my 9 tf
CTOR RENT.—A beautiful new cottage on
• Olive street, between Eighth und Ninth,
near all horse railroads,
STARBUCK A BUTLER,
my 9 7f No. 1 Temple street.
FOR SALE.—One share Ccntlnela Land
Company stock. Enquire of Dr. Brown,
Main street, between Firsl und Second.
myB tf
TO LET.—Furnished and Unfurnished
Rooms, In suites or single, with all mod
ern conveniences, near business centre. Ap
ply to KIMBALL A CO., 10 .Spring street.
myO tf
TO LET.-Will
accommodate forty boarders. Apply to
KIMBvLL A Co., 10 Spring street, mylilf
FOR SALE.—Two thousand five hundred
Mexican Lime Trees, one year old. Also
five hundred Orange Trees, lour yean old, by
CHAS. 11. HASH, Main street, below Wash
ington Garden, Los Angeles. mys lm d&w
ALL KINDS OF FLOW 111 AND
vegetable seeds, lately imp irted from
France, for sale at John Ore I Ill's Silk House,
on Main street. aplslm
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET—At
Jonn Grelik's silk House on Main St.,
with or without board. apls lm
FOR SALE.—A house and lot on New
High street, fronting Hie Pico House.
Also, five building lots near Spring and Sixth
Street Railroad. Enquire ot J. R. SUMMERS,
at Workman Bros. nplstf
FOR SALE.—A heavy spring wagon,
with top, made by one of the best, car
riage-makers In the State, and nearly as good
as new. Can be seen at Steven's Stable, or
address Postoffice Box 110. nprlltf
FOR SALE. — A lot of Thoroughbred
rams. Enquire of S. LEVY, No. S3, cor
ner Aliso and Alameda streets. , ape
MONEY LOANS Nesothued by the Arm
of J, M. BALDWIN,
milStf 7» Downey Block.
MISCELLANEOUS.
East Los Angeles & Main Street
OMNIBUS LINE.
DELOS CAMPBELL, : : Proprietor
TIME TABLE.
EAST LOS ANGELES WEST L'S ANGELES
Downey Park, lutersecting Main and
spring streets.
Leaves. Arrives Leaves. Arrives.
6:30 A. M. 7:30 A. m. 7:00 A. M. 7:00 a. m.
8:0 " 9:00 " 8:30 " 8:<0 "
9:10 " 10:1:0 " H:sn " 9:10 "
10:30 " 12;00 M. 11:30 " L:00 "
1:00 P. M. 2:20 P. M. 1:50 P. M. 1:30 P. M.
2:40 ■' 4:00 " 3:30 " 3:io "
4:20 " 6:40 " 5:0 " 4:50 "
«;0.l " 0:30 " b:3O "
Sixteen Tickets for $1.
mr3o
LEW fs ~l7e WIN,
SUCCESSOR TO T.RODRICK A CO.,
At the well known
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE,
Spriiiff street, adjoining tho Postoffice,
Is offering to his friends and the public IB
general, the finest assortment of Standard
POETICAL and PROSE WORKS,
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Plain
and Musical Work Boxes, Musical De
canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios,
LADIES' AND GENT'S WALLETS.
Guitars, Violins, Aceordeons, Banjos,
Concertinas, Flutes,
And many otner useful articles suitable for
Presents.
FINE STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS
PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES
And hundreds of other articles, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will be spared to meet the wants
of the public, and I hope to merit v fair share
if patronage.
jan 3-tf * LEWIS LEWIN.
A RARE CHANCE.
Elegant Villa, Orchard and
Vineyard Sites
— IN THK —
SAN GABRIEL FRUIT BELT.
ALHAMBRA LAND.
MESSRS. WILSON & SHORB.
The proprietors of the Alhambra Tract, near
the Mission, will offer for sale, ln smull tracts,
in the vicinity of the reservoir where the water
is now flowing, lrom
Two to Three Hundred Acres
Intending purchasers can Inform themselves
of particulars by applying to
Ot CABOT, Temple Block,
Or at Lake Vineyard, to
It. D. WILSON,
ap2Btf J. UeBAKTH MIOKH.
GO TO THE
POSTOFFICE STATIONERY STORE
-fob-
LAW-BLANKS, NEWSPAPERS,
—an n —
GENERAL STATIONERY
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FRIDAY, MAY 14, IS7.Y
LOS ANCELES TEMPERATURE.
Following Is the temperature fortheweek
• • mr M».i M. 187, r >:
THEHMOMETEIt BAR.
days. DATE. »na.r. mm, mean. 9 am
Friday, May 7th 76 53 64^...29:77
. aturday, " Bth 82 49 65J-' a ...29:74
Sunday, " 9th 102 48 75 29:73
Monday, " In n 108 55 79 20:75
Tuesday, " 11th »0 55 81
Wednesday, " 12th 83 58 70>J...;<9:73
fhursdi.y, " 13th 79 57 68. 29:05
THOMAS BOLD.
The Lodge, Grkk.n Meadows, Los Angeles.
UULD RKPOKT.
San Francisco, May 13.
Gold, DM.
Greenbacks—BuyiriK, 87; selling, 88
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Hides and wool are on the decline.
Eight Sisters of Charity have ar
rived in San Francisco from Montreal.
Ann street is to be located near the
Infirmary.
Fifty-four passengers went down on
the afternoon train yesterday.
County Court transacted no business
yesterday of importance.
A. J. 8., please call at this office for
letters.
Aucouturier was buried yesterday in
the Catholic cemetery.
Col. Crawford, Chief Engineer of the
Independence Railway, will arrive
here on the Orizaba.
Mr. James Goldsworthy, formerly of
this city, diet! in Stockton about two
weeks ago.
Rumble & Gaertuer have the con
tract to survey 200 lots near Santa
Monica, in the Ballona Ranch.
The manifest of the brig Deacon
shows that she brings 212,362 feet of
rough lumber and 15,839 linear feet of
piles.
The California State Dental Asso
ciation will hold its sixth annual ses
sion iv San Francisco, June Bth, at 10
A. M.
Since our last report, there has been
shipped from the depot 45 bales wool,
20 boxes lemons, 15,000 pounds brea,
aud a horse for San Francisco and two
cars to Spadra.
The festival of the ladies of Merrill
Lodge, I. O. G. T.| will take place on
Friday and Saturday, May 21st and
22nd, at Rink Hall. They have ar
ranged to have tableaux during the
evenings.
The Express has placed Sheriff Row
land in au awkward position. It has
made him build a great big brick house
on ground owned by Sam Rowan.
Besides this, Rowland says he is in
doubt about when he shall get the
money to pay for that house.
The balance of the lots remaining
unsold in the Brooks Tract will be
auctioned off to-morrow at the auction
rooms of Jones & Noyes. The prop
erty is desirably located and very valu
able, and this will be about the last
chance this season to buy at auction
such property as this.
The Congregational church sociable
will be held at the residence of Post
master Bent, on Ninth street, this
evening, to which all friends are cor
dially invited. The cars of the Spring
-tee; railroad will accorn
uiodute return passengers as late as
10:15 P. M.
The Mayor's Court yesterday wit
nessed the preliminary examination
of Mrs. Starkey, who is charged with
blowing up a trespassing horse with
kerosene, turpentine, giant pow<der
and nitro-glycerine. She demanded a
jury, but what a blowing up they will
get if they don't act gallantly in the
case!
Yesterday morning, about half past
11 o'clock, as H. Hellmann was driv
ing along Commercial street, between
Los Angeles and Main, one of the
buggy shafts broke, stopping the ve
hicle suddenly, but otherwise doing
no damage. The accident might have
been serious but for the gentleness of
the horse.
We had the pleasure of a drive yes
terday with Mr. George B. Davis, on
an inspection tour to see his 80-acre
barley field, about two miles out. In
this case deep plowing aud subsoiling
have triumphed, Mr. Davis having a
good crop while his neighbors, who
plowed shallow, have nothing to show.
We hope Davis' tactics may be intro
duced all through California.
Mr. A. B. Lindeman, Centennial
Agent for California, writes us tbat
that the Executive Committee desire
to hold entertainments throughout the
State for the benefit or California's
quota, and wishes us to provide him
the names of five ladies and five gen
tlemen who would be willing to take
charge of an entertainment. Those de
siring to take such a charge can leave
their names with us.
The Festival.
The festival given at Turn-Verein
Hall last night for the benefit of the
Presbyterian Church proved a very
pleasant affair. The hall was elegantly
decorated with flowers and festoons of
flags and fancy articles. Booths sup
plied with notions to tickle the fancy
and draw on the purse-strings were
distributed about the hall and presided
over by the ladies and misses of the
church. In going the rounds of the
hall we found the followiug: Fancy
table, Miss Sue Bold and Miss Bettie
Bettis; flower stand, Mrs. Clark and
the Misses Ella Shields, A. Scott,
Cornie Standford and Annie Thomas;
fancy table, MissCasad and Miss Peel;
refreshment table, Mrs. Doak and Mrs.
Jackson; lemonade table, Miss Here
ford, assisted by Laura Morris and
Bertha Levy; fishing pool, Misses
Glassell, Carrie Hereford, Amelia
Weil and Nellie Pattou; Postoffice,
Miss Russell and Miss Hamilton; hat
stand, Lula Glassell, Kate Chapman,
E. Havell and Sarah Anderson. A
prominent feature of tbe evening was
the art gallery, presided over by Mr.
Chamberlin. Oue saw there more cu
riosities in a minute than he could
pick up in prowling around back-yards
for a week. Everybody after inspect
ing the gallery took a great interest in
having somebody else see it.. The at
tendance was not large, but sufficient
we should judge to insure a good finan
cial return for the benefit of the cause.
COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Thursday Evenino, May 13th.
The Council met at 8 P. M. with
Mayor Beaudry in the Chair.
Present, Councilmen Leahy, Huber,
Lichtenberger, Teed, Carmona, Sotelo,
Robinson, Wolfskill and Workman.
The minutes of previous meeting
were read and approved.
The Mayor reported fines collected
during last week to the amouut of $56;
also the approval of the bonds of two
saloon keepers. Placed on file.
The Committee on Lands reported
in favor of allowing the Water Com
pany to open a new street across Fort
Hill iv lieu of Rock street; further that
Lot A, Block C, be leased to the said
Water Company for the construction
of a water reservoir, provided that
work on reservoir be commenced with
in thirty days. In case that operations
are not commenced in that time, the
Committee recommended that a suit
be commenced against the Water
Company to recover all lands leased
to said Company for reservoir pur
poses, and that, if recovered, such
lands be devoted to use as a public
park. Recommendation adopted.
A petition was read from Shephard
& Sabichi, asking for a franchise to
use the water plug in zauga No. 6,
through the Mullally place, for water
power to propel machinery. Referred
to Committees on Zangas.
A resolution to provide for protec
tion of persons and property from fire,
and limiting storage of powder to 25
pounds, 3 tons hay, 150 gallons of oil
to each establishment, was adopted.
The Marshal here asked permission
to take a posse and go out of town to
make an arrest, as the .Sheriff could
not be found, which was granted.
A resolution declaring lines aud
opening a street 60 feet wide, to be
called McDougal street, along strip of
land commencing on West line of Al
ameda street, near Los Angeles wine
growers' building, North through
Wolfskill and McDougal lands to San
Pedro street.
Mr. Ross was heard against the pro
posed street.
The resolution was adopted.
A resolution providing for opening
Kohler street to make it 50 feet wide
from East line of San Pedro street,
near Eberle's, and termiuating at Al
ameda street, was adopted.
A resolution establishing the grade
of Main street, from Cemmercial to
Sixth street, was adopted.
A resolution for grading Temple st.
between Bunker Hill and Pearl street,
30 days being given for completing
the work, was adopted.
The following bids for printing were
opened: l
H Kit a i.i), job printing $175 per year, 1
advertising $100 per month; Express,
job printing $120 per year, advertising
$105 per month; Star, job priuting
$180 per year, advertising $240 per
year.
Contract awarded to the Star for ad
vertising and the Express for job work.
The following bids for public money
were received: Farmers' and Mer
chants' bank 10 and 1-10 per cent.;
Temple & Workman's Bank 15-16 per
cent, per month. Contract awarded
to Temple & Workman, they to give a
bond of $100,000 for the safe keeping
of the money.
Henry Wirtemberg and Wolf Kali
cher psesented a petition asking a city
deed. Referred to committee on'land.
The petition of Avila heirs in regard
to tract commencing on Old Aliso
street, aud having a plat accompany
ing it, asking a city deed, was referred
to committee on lands.
The petitions of Ylario Ybarra for
quit-claim deeds to lots 5, 6 and 7 of
Ybarra vineyard tract,and 67-100 acres
of other land, was referred to commit
tee on lands.
The petition of M. C. Desnoyers ask
ing a city deed on land purchased of
the Los Angeles Infirmary was report
ed to the committe on lauds.
The resignation of City Surveyor
Baldwin was read and accepted.
Mr. Devine asked that acceptances
by Surveyor of grading on Figueroa
street done by him be accepted by
Council, aud that City Marshal remove
a fence on Alameda street in front of
Mr. Foote's property. Referred to
Committee ou Public Works and Mar
shal instructed to remove Foote's
fence on Alameda street.
A committee was appointed to ex
amine sewer on Turner and New High
streets. Messrs. Robinson, Wolfskill
and Sotello were appointed.
The Board of Public Works reported
in favor of tbe Sixth Street Railway
extending their track to the new de
pot. Adopted.
A communication from J. W. Myers
in regard to a ditch ou his premises
was read and referred to the Zanja
Committee.
The communication of the Herald
Office in regard to book of ordinances,
asking an allowauoe of $1 76 per page
owing to the work falling short of the
amount figured on, was referred to the
Finance Committee.
Petition of James Allen to grade hi
front of his placeon Temple street was
granted.
Petition of Water Company to have
all curb-stone hydrants closed, was re
ferred to Fire and Water Committee.
Petition of J. W. Potts asking privi
lege of laying pipes on his lots, etc.,
was referred to Committee on B'ire
and Water.
Petition of F. R. Butler complaining
against a police officer was referred to
Committee on Police.
Commuuicatiou of M. C. Desuoyers,
reporting completion of the compila
tion of the city ordinances. Received,
and claim ordered paid.
The communication of City Sexton,
asking that water be obtained from
the Beaudry Water Works, on account
of the scarcity of water in the Los
Angeles Reservoir, was read, and the
Committee on Fire ami Water author
ized to lay pipes to connect the Beau
dry pipes witn cemetery, the water to
be furnished free for ninety days.
The communication of the City
Marshal, asking the furnishing of some
means of conveying drunk prisoners
to jail, was referred to Committee on
Police, with power to act.
Bill of Mr. Messer, for constructing
100 feet flume zanga No. 1, was refer
red to Zanga Committee.
The city sale of lots on Temple street
was deferred one week for further ad
vertisement in all the papers, several
lots to be reserved temporarily for
street purposes.
A description of land given to Sisters
of Charity by the city was read and
filed.
Messrs. Robinson and Huber said
the city had given no land, and Mr.
Workman thought the city had, and
moved that the Mayor be authorized
to sign a deed for the laud.
On examination of the records it was
found that on April 15th a motion was
adopted to deed tbe land, and a motion
to lay tbe report of the committee rec
ommending that action on the table,
was also carried.
Mr. Lichtenberger moved as an
amendment that it revert to the city
if the Sisters fail to build a hospital
on the ground in five years worth
$5,000.
Mr. Desnoyers was heard in favor of
the donation to the Bisters.
Mr.Lichtenberger's amendment was
carried. Ayes — Workman, Huber,
Lichtenberger, Teed, Sotelo,Carmona,
Robinson, Wolfskill. Noes—Leahy.
Mr. Workman gave notice of a mo
tion to reconsider.
The original motion was lost.
Ayes — Workman, Botelo, Leahy,
Wolfskill. Noes—Huher, Lichtenber
ger, Teed, Carmona, Robinson.
Bill of Mr. Kline—sls—as special
pnlicemau was allowed, and Mr. Kline
ordered discharged.
Mr. George Bridgerand M. Kelleher
were nominated for City Surveyor,and
Mr. Kelleher was elected and bond
fixed ai $5,000.
The Marshal was instructed to notify
Gas Company to remove all obstruc
tions on Main street where they have
completed their work.
Also instructed to ascertain and re
port to City Attorney names of all par
ties refusing to remove their obstruc
tions on Main street.
Maps of First and Fort streets were
referred to the Committee on Public
Works.
Petition of Los Angeles Infirmary
offering to donate land to city 30x707
feet and Mr. Desuoyers to donate a
like area for street and asking city to
pay expense of moving fences and to
builil v bridge over flume was referred
to City Attorney and Committee on
Lands.
Council then adjourned.
LOS ANGELES MARKET.
Bince our last report the crop reports
have been watched with great interest
by both dealers and consumers. Re
ports were quite favorable for crop
until last Bunday, when the hot desert
winds swept down our valley, drying
up many kinds of crops and making
the prospect less favorable for the
farmer and for trade.
BREADSTUEFS.
The latest reports from San Fran
cisco show a moderate export trade
during the past week. The falling off
in the wheat exports has a very
marked influence on the volume of
business. We have cleared three car
goes of wheat for England since the
Ist, showing a value of $210,000. The
only other cargo clearances have been
the steamer Great Republic for Yoko
hama and Hongkong, with flour.
The Liverpool wheat market is given
at 8s lld©9s 2d for average California
and 9s [email protected] 6d for club. These are
low figures, but tbe market continues
to look weak under large imports and
favorable weather for the crops.
New York advices say the export
trade continues light, shipping mar
gins on all our principal staples being
adverse. The recent advance in wheat
has checked business, as neither miller
nor exporter can purchase at present
figures and realize a profit. This,with
lower prices from the West and Eug
land, has deprived the market of its
buoyancy, aud at the close prices are a
shade easier. Spring is selling at $1 18
@1 27 per bushel, with extra Minne
sota for milling as high as $1 30 and
Winter at $1 35(0>,l 37. Borne No. 2
Milwaukee has been sold for June de
livery at $1 235. The telegraph
reports fine growing weather in the
West and Northwest, Rnd though the
Winter crop sustained rather more
thau average damage from the rigors
of the past season, it is the opinion of
the best judges that the increased
acreage of Fall sown and a full average
breadth of Spring seeding will bring
an average crop, future weather being
favorable, and the whole country be
ing taken into consideration. There
are many sections of the West where
wheat is in excellent condition and
promises a full crop; yet if some of the
prophets were to be believed we should
be in some danger of a famine a few
months hence. The light stock here
and the limited quantity likely to ar
rive this month ure calculated to
break tbe force of the fall in wheat
which now seems to be impending.
Corn has declined [email protected] on increased
offerings and a falling off in tbe export
demands. Barley is scarce and very
firm at $1 55(u}l 57 for prime Canada,
with no business of moment.
The latest from Chicago says the re
turns of stocks in tbe Chicago ware
houses present au anomalous condi
tion of thiugs. The quantity of grain
on storage is not much different from
what it was a year ago, though there
is considerably more wheat, but a large
reduction in other grain. The details
compare as follows:
1874. 1875.
Wheat, bushels 2,304.500 3.970,200
Corn ~ 3,183,800 2,121,700
Oats 849,4'.i0 532,900
Rye 25,300 5,700
Bailey 128,:00 (il 300
The combined aggregate is 6.001,800 ;
bushels, an increase of 200,000 busheis
as compared with the same time a
year ago. The light quantity of bar
ley on the market will surprise most
people. The weekly receipts of barley
at San Francisco equal the entire
stock at Chicago. There are some or
ders here from the East for barley,
which may be filled if the price should
go much lower, though It is too late in
the season to expect much trade of
that kind.
THE WOOL MARKET.
In New York the market continues
very dull, though toward the close of
the week there was a slight increase
iv tbe demand. The sales of tbe week
chiefly were of California. There ap
pears more disposition on tbe part of
holders to meet the views of manufac
turers, though the change in rates has
not been great. New Spring is being
received in moderate quantities, but
prices realized are somewhat below
what dealers were led to expect. It
has got to be a very choice lot that
will realize 35 cents; most of the sales
were made at [email protected] or 33 cents. Fall
California has made with a very liberal
demaud, and prices continue firm.
Both foreign Clothing and Carpet ma
terial are quiet, but prices exhibit no
change. Sales for the week comprise
89 bales Australian, [email protected] cents; 25
do. Cape, private; 30 do. East ludia,
at about 15 cents; 181 do Spring Cali
fornia, at [email protected] cents; 300 do. Fall do.,
at [email protected] cents; 125 bags scoured, at
•j.st;. 71 cents.
The Boston market shows the fol
lowing:
Transactions in the Wool market
have again been quite large, but there
is no improvement to notice, and
holders are still disposed to close up
their stocks as fast as possible. The
principal transactions have been in
pulled and California. Fine fleeces
still move slowly, and holders have to
shade a little ou both tine fleeces and
Australians, to effect sales; but me
dium and combing and delaine fleeces
still command very extreme prices.
The stock of fine fleeces here is con
siderably reduced, and mostly in the
hands of one house. Transactions in
California have been the largest for a
long time, comprising 772,000 lbs. Fall
and Spring, at [email protected] for Fall, and
[email protected] for Spring. The highest price
before obtainable for new Spring has
been 35c, and this may be considered
an outside figure for choice lots. Good
average lots will not bring over [email protected]
30c. There have been sales of combing
and delaine fleeces at 54fV.56e; unwash
ed combing and delaine at 37©50 c.;
scoured, [email protected] 05; and super pulled
at [email protected]
Tbe Wool market in San Francisco
opened as follows:
Choice long. »ft [email protected] c
Good shippina 19(a22^e
Heavy fre •, V ft_ avails c
Burry, $ft 16gl8 c
Murder.
Last evening John Vahle of Ballona
shot and killed his wife. At a late
hour the officers who went to arrest
bim had not returned. The deceased
was a member of the well known Bo
tiller family. No further particulars.
Ancen's List.
V
The following is the passenger list
of the Ancon, which sailed from San
Francisco at 9 o'clock a. al yesterday:
Bishop Mora, F Lloyd, J McVey, Mas
ter Paine, J Barry, C A Thomas, R
Plumridge, J W Felt anil wife, Mrs.
E C Haymer, W D Soulhworth, R H
Daltou, R H Dalton Jr., Mrs Mulford
and 2 children, Miss L Rudisill, J
Amadou and wife, S P Smith, wife and
children, Q G Dupy, T T Davis, D J
Waymouth, J Gercgoes, D H Shaw,
J Tilly, wife and 7 children, G Schmidt,
wife and 2 children, A Thompson, wlf*
and 2 children, P Fay, Dr. J Castro,
wife and children, H Schmidler, P
Kewen, B Rice, R Holt, P Fisher, J
Brown, Mrs Coulter, T Wickeus, Mrs.
E Wickensand brother, Miss M Moore,
F Coulter, J Mulford, Mr. Brouck. Mrs.
B M Perry, P Wildman, wife and chil
dren, M Rodgers, B E Fancy, R X
Jones. J F Meader, wife and children,
J L Shaw, Fred Guiou, M Drake, wife
and 4 children, H L Garfield and wife,
D Killpatrick, Mrs. A Boudan, Mrs.
Edwards.
Departures by Steamship Mohongo.
For San Francisco: V i tittle, G Lia
retz, L Simon and wife, P B Androit,
Miss S Bailey, Mrs L H mck, N Hurd,
W Clan ton, D Felsehell, F Bleacha.U
Gambrieg, J Oliver, M R Neville, J
Neville, G W King, H Leonard, N
Bernard, H H Millard, O W Hodges,
J S D Hillman; H Hardy. P Carpen
ter, W V B Wardwell, J X Haus
brough, Mrs A Dickerson, J H Stew
art, R C Guirado, G W Bailey and
wife, J W Wedeles, W F Poor, S Bou
shey, J Kinuison, J C Gluck, J H
Frost, W Cooper; A B NcCown, F Lo
pez, D Peyerano, N A Brown, T Con
way, T J Clarke.
To San Luis Obispo: L Polaski and
son.
To Santa Barbara: R J Carrillo, J
Lodtman, Miss Mclllroy, W L Oge.
Steerage, 9 passengers.
The Bazaar, corner of Main and Re
queua streets, has just received an im
mense stock of new goods, cousisting
of clothing, dry goods, boots, shoes,
luUp, etc., which they will sell at bot
tom prices. Call and examine their
stock. ml
NEW ADVERTISEMENT.
SUPERIOR GRADE
FRENCH AND SPANISH
MERINO RAMS
For sale by the
SAN FERNANDO SHEEP CO.
For further particulars enquire at
11. NEWMARK'B,
Or at the premises, thirteen miles North of
I .os Angeles, ou the Santa Barbara stage road.
iny2lm I. i.A>Ki:kshim.
FOR SALE.
STOCK AND FIXTURES
—OP THI
METROPOLITAN SALOON,
No. 12 Main Street,
NEAR THE PICO HOUSE.
Apply to
A . C U V AS.
my 12 lw
WORTHJCNOWINC.
IT IS IMPORTANT FOR A MAN WHO
wishes to purchase land and stock to know
where he can get that which Is good, Inde
pendent of designing men und land-sharks.
I will offer on
The S6th or May
ONE HUNDRED ACRES
Of the VERY BEST of corn land lor sale to
the highest bidder. The sale to lake place on
the land, which Is located 2% miles Northeast
of Compton Station. 1 will give a warrantee
deed to the land. I have first water right to
the San Gabriel river, and there is no question
about getting artesian water at a depth of 100
or 110 reef. OverJ2,ooo worth of improvements;
six acres of alfalfa.
N. 11. Ii you wish good land aud good stock
come to the sale. The land is under good
cultivation, and one-fourth of the crop will
come to the purchaser.
Immediate possession will be given to one
of the houses on the place. The sale will
commence at half-past one o'clock on the
2tith of May, 1875.
myll td W. R. MALCOLM.
FARMERS. ATTTENTION!
Greatest Invention of the Age!
GLIODEN'S BARBED WIRE FENCE
BEST BTOCK FENCE EVER OFFERED
to the Coast. On exhibition and for sale
at the
GRANGE STORE,
LOS ANGELES.
J. W. STUMP,
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Rooms a aud 4 Downey Block.
my 7 tf d*w
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
VICTOR PONET,
PIONEER UNDERTAKER
•6 Main St., Loa Au|«lm, Ckl.
Keeds on hand the Largest and Beat Assort
ment of
Metalic and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds,
Trirhmings, etc., etc.,
i H this City, direct from tbe East. Dealers ln
the country will find it to theii lutef at to give
him a call, as he will sell goods
Cheaper than they can get
them in San Francisco.
FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF FUNERALS.
Bodies Embalmed for Shipment East.
AH orders by telegraph promptly attended
to. The finest
Hearse In Southern California.
mrl7tf
LOS ANGELES CITY
HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION!
SHAREHOLDERS AND THOSE WlBH
lng to take shares, will please take notice
that on
Thursday, July I, 1875,
The lots will be distributed among the share
holders, and all instalments becoming due by
the Ist of July next must be paid on or before
the day of distribution. The tract of land to
be distributed among the shareholders lies
Just North of
MORRIS' VINEYARD,
Between Pico and Washington streets; Is one
of the finest locations In the city, and Is rap-
Idly appreciating ln value.
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
The size of all the lots Is
105 3-B FEET FRONT
BY
ir« 4-f5 FEET DEEP.
The price of lots is fixed at 8300, payable in
monthly instalments of 820, without interest,
until paid.
This Association offers a fine opportunity for
persons of small means to procure, on terms
which they will hardly feel, a homestead ln
one of the most desirable and improving sec
tions of our city, only a few steps from the
Main Street Railroad, which is now nearly ln
operation, nnd directly on the line of the pro
jected railroad by Washington street to the
Ballona.
Subscription list at the office of the Secre
tary. ED. A. PREUBS,
myO Secretary.
Assessment Notice.
GRANGE CO-OPERATIVE" COMPANY
of Los Angeles.—Location of principal
place of business, Los Angeles, California.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting ol
the Directors held in this city on the 3d day
of May, 1875, au assessment (No. 1) of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SHARE was levied upon the
Capital Stock of said Company, payable m
mkdiately, in United States gold coin, to the
Secretary, at the office of the Company, No. 1
Spring street, Los Angeles, California. Auy
stock upon which this Assessment shall re
main unpaid on the 3d day of lune, 1875,
will be declared delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction, aud unless payment Is
made before, will be sold on the
a»th nay or June. 1*7.1.
To pay delinquent assessment, together with
cost of advertising and expense of sale.
Stockholders who have paid au assessment
since the 31st day of July, 1871, have a credit
on the books of the company lo balance the
assessment now levied.
By order of the Board,
my 4 lm L. M. HOLT, Secretary.
PURE BRED POULTRY.
EGGS FOR SALE OF THE FOLLOWING
pure bred varieties: Dark Brahmas,
Buff Cochins, White-faced Black Spanish,
Brown Leghurns, at $5 per setting of 13 eggs,
White Leghorns, the best layers, non-setter.-,
88 per setting; two settings for 85.
Address, BRUNK <fc BRUCK,
mrl9 3nv" Box 40
plTudelphia brewery,
New Aliso St., Los Angeles.
HENRY LEMMERT Proprietor
HAVING RECENTLY PURCHASED the
Interest of Messrs. Gavitt A White ln
the
PHILADELPHIA BREWERY,
I beg leave to state that having enlarged and
Improved the said Brewery, I am now pre
pared to furnish the old customers, friends
and the public generally with the very best of
BUKIt AND ALE
ln Southern California. *m~ Family Cv om
promptly attended to."S« myl tf
SELECT SCHOOL,
For Males and Females.
THE FIRST QUARTER OF THIS
■ Institution will open on
Monday, May 10, 187/5.
The location of this School—Spring street
below Third, West side, Is tuch as to combine
the advantages of quiet, retired playgrounds
and freedom from all improper associations,
while it is within easy access of all parts of
the city. The premises will be fitted up with
a view to the comfort and pleasure of the pu
pils. The aim in instruction wdll be to secure
the thorough and rapid progress of each stu
dent. Special attention will be given to the
moral as well as the intellectual training of
children attending this school. A cash prize
will be given monthly to the several classes
for proficiency in spelling.
Terms for Public School Branches — Five
Dollars per month, payable In advance. An
extra charge will be made for higher studies.
A limited number only of pupils will be
taken.
Can be seen at Bancroft A Thayer's Real
Estate Office this week, or at school-rooms
after date of opening- J. D. DORLAN,
Principal.
Los Angeles, April 27th. ap2B tf
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
Los Angeles.—ln the Probate Court.—ln
the matter of the estate of Lot M. Jaquette,
deceased.
Pursuant to an order of this Court made this
day, notice Is hereby given that Thursday, the
20th day of May, A. D. 1875, at 10 o'clock a. m.
of said day, at the Court-room of this Court, In
tbe city and county of Los Angeles, has been
appointed for hearing the application of Ella
A. Jaquette praying that a document now on
file in this Court , purporting to be the last will
and testament of Lot M. Jaquette, deceased,
be admitted to probate and that letters testa
mentary be issued thereon to Ella A. Jaquette.
at which time and place all persons interested
therein may appear and contest the same.
May 8, A. D. 1876.
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By C. W. Gould, Deputy Clerk.
Thompson & Clark, Att'ys for Plaintiff.
mya lot
Assessment Notice.
FARMERS' A MERCHANTS' BANK OF
Los Angeles.—Notice Is hereby given that
at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the
Farmers' A Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles,
held on the 7th day of April, 1875, an assess
mont (number 0) of fifty dollars 18501 per share
was levied upon the capital stock of the cor-
S oration, payable Immediately, ln United
tales gold coin. Any stock upon which this
assessment shall remain unpaid on the
Btli Day' of June, 1875,
Will be delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction aud, unless payment is made
before, will be sold on Monday, the 21st day
of June, 1875, to pay the delinquent assess-
Iment, together with costs ol advertising and
expenses of sale. JOHN O. DOWNEY,
my ltd President.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A SPLENDID
OPPORTUNITY.
SANTA GERTRUDES
LAJNTDS.
5,000 ACREB.
TITLE UNITED STATES PATENT,
These Rich Bottom and Mesa
Lands will be offered
to the Public
AT
AUCTION
— ON —
Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday,
May 26th, 27th and 28th, 1875.
IN —
5, 10, 2() and 40
ACRE TRACTS.
The Rich Bottom Lands, of which there are
over 2.000 acres, produce two crops per an
num, viz:' Barhy, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels
to the acre, and Corn one hundred bushels
per acre. This is alsa the finest possible land
for Alfalfa and all kinds of fruits and vegeta
bles.
The first-class Mesa or Table lands, a large
port ion of which can be Irrigated, Is the finest
In the county. Table, Wine and Raisin
Grapes of the best quality grow here to per
fection.
Orange, Lemon, Lime, Almond, and Wal
nut Orcnards flourish most luxuriantly aud
yield surprislug profits. Orange orchards in
full bearing yield their fortunate owners
$1,000 per year per acre.
The Association haa Just completed a
WATER DITCH
Over the choicest portion of theli table lands
and purchasers will have the right to water
without charge. Such an opportunity to se
cure land admirably situated and watered
and perfectly adapted to semi-tropical fruit
culture, will not occur again.
Rail Road Improvements.
The row railroad is completed at Anaheim
and runs directly along the southern portion
of our tracL We will offer lands within from
one to three miles of Downey City as well
adapted for corn as any now under enlOva
tion, and there are none better in the world.
THE CLIMATE
Is unsurpassed. It revives the invalid and ir
reslstably draws to open air occupation and
enJoymenL
Our tract is about ten miles from Los Ange
les, the same distance from Anaheim, two
miles trom Downey City, and from one to
four miles from Norwalk Station.
The Terms, which will be easy, wt. » i<
nonnced.
JONES & NOYES,
Auctioneers.
EDWARD MCLEAN,
Managing Agent.
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