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Special Notices.
Buy city lots planted with orange
trees. Mr. Morgan now offer* to the
public at No. 4, Temple Block, Spring
street, about one huudred fine resi
dence lots, being about ten min
utes walk from the Postoffice, each
lot being planted with orange trees,
five years old and in good condition.
These lots are subdivisions of the
"Thomas Tract," lying and fronting
ou the South side of First street, about
one hundred and fifty yards from and
East of the railroad to Wilmington.
On the West the tract fronts ou Hew
itt street. Prices moderate. Terms
easy. Enquire at the Real Estate of
fice of G. W. Morgan, No. 4 Temple
Block, Spring street. May 9-lm
Ladies' two-button kid gloves at $1
per pair; one-button bid at 87$ cts. per
pair. Extra heavy brown and bleach
ed sherting at 12J cts. per yard; good
brown and bleached sheeting 10 yards
for $1, at the Bazaar, corner of Main
and Requena streets. ml:lm
125 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 Requena streets, opposite the U.
S. Hotel. ml:lm
One of the finest improvements in
the city will be the re-building of the
Lafayette Hotel. The whole of the
back of the house is already being
torn down, and the front will shortly
be built up. The stores will be just
balf as large as they are now, and, as
the Important has a very large stock
on hand, they will not have half room
enough for their goods and in order to
prevent them from being damaged by
dirt and dust, they have decided to
sell all their Spring goods at less than
cost.and others, such as cottons, table
linen, etc., at exact cost. We advise
all to call at the Important and con
vince themselves of the great bar
gains. Such bargains they can never
get again, and in order to prevent a
great rush, we advise all to call early
and take advantage of the building of
the Lafayette Hotel. al6
26 pieces summer poplins, reduced
to 25 cts. per yard; 60 pieces grass
cloth, reduced to 15 cts. per yu.rd;
Lawns Picques Nansook Grenadines
and other dress goods in great variety
at the lowest prices at the Bazaar, cor
ner of Main and Requena streets, opp.
TJ. S. Hotel. ml:1m
The auction sales of the Santa Ger
trudes lands fixed for the 19th, 20th
and 21st of the month have been un
avoidably postponed in consequence
of the ilness of the surveyor and the
managing agent Mr. Edward McLain.
The postponement contemplates the
sale of the property on the 26th, 27th
and 28th of May. *aprl7:td
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
$17. ml :1m
sarThe principal organs of sense are con
centrated to the face. It Is therefore worthy
of belug cr»wned by all Gentlemen, with one
ofthe superior bats which can be had at Des
mond's, Main Street. mart.
For Ladies and Families, the St. Charles
Restaurant is the nicest place in the city.
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Insurance Agency—Commercial of Califor-
Ifornia, Fire and Marine, assets $500,0110; Cali
fornia Insurance Co., assets $500,000; Fire As
sociation of Philadelphia, Incorporated 1820,
assets $8,000,00 ii. These companies transact
their business at the lowest paying rates,
charging for each risk according t;> the hazard
assumed, without reference to any Insurance
combination or arbitrary trlffs. All losses
promptly adjusted and paid.
B. McLELLAN, Agent.
Office of G., N. A P. 8. S. Co.,
fe2o SI Main street, Los Angeles.
Silver and gold plating; electrotyplug; Ivory
aud metal turning; glass and melal drilling.
Locks, keys, seals and key-checks, stencil and
door-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 repe'rs on
all fancy work and machinery, fror/ a pin to
a locomotive. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold and repaired. Come and see the
new sewing machine engine. Sewing Ma
chine Exchange, 39 Spring St. de3o tf
500 gents' cloth Summer hats, at 50
cts. apiece; extra heavy gents' satinet
pants trom $1 50 up to $3, at Isaac
Norton & Co.'s, corner Main and Re
quena street, opposite the U. S. Hotel.
ml
Moore's Restaurant, on Commercial street,
Is the proper place to go for a good meal, with
a good cup oi coffee or tea to drink with it.—
There is probably no restaurant on the Pacific
coast where so many of the substantials and
so many ofthe luxuries may be had for 25cis.
Don't forget the place—Moore's Restaurant,
Commercial street. Private eating rooms have
been neaily tilted up for the accommodation
of ladies. 15-tI
Wm. Farrell, at No. 19 Court street,
attends to all business in tbe way of
plumbing and gas and steam pipe fit
ting. He guarantees satisfaction in
all cases and charges reasonable prices.
He also refinishes old gas fixtures,
makiug them as good as new. Also,
agent for the "Empire gas-burner"
and "Economic gas-governor"—both
valuable acquisitions to fixtures of a
house and great savings over the old
style apparatus. Remember tbe place,
No. 19 Court streei. mrlo:tf
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
EDWARD Al. PREUBB
Is a candidate Tor County Treasurer at the ap
proaching election, myll
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
C. W. GOULD
Announces himself as a candidate for County
Recorder at the ensuing election. myB td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER,
J. W. GILLETTE,
(FKKHKOT ISICUBf BENT)
Desires a second term only. myl
<Q A BD.
MADAME MUSE
BEGS TO INFORM THE PRINCIPALS
of schools aud the public generally of
Los Angeles that she will take pupils for in
struction ou the Piano and Organ. For par
ticulars apply at J. D. Patrick's Piano Rooms,
•O Hpring street. mr3o tf
A. CARD.
Ik> my friend* and the public of Lot Anaeles:
I hereby return you my sincere thanks for
your kind sympathy and earnest support in
this my lime of trouble. But, for the satisfac
tion of all, I will state here that I have arisen
from the ruins once more, and ln a few days
will be running In full blast again. Having
reuted the store No. ift Main street-, Signoret's
new building, I will In a day or two be able to
accommodate my friends and numerous pa
trons with fully as stylish and fashionable
salts as I have heretofore turned out, and will
show to the public tbat the ACME OF FASH
ION is not dead yet and that its proprietor
will be found there as affable and accommo
dating as ever. With these few remarks I
will close by thanking my patrons tor past
favors, and hoping a continuation of th*
same. 1 remain your humble servant,
D. W. FITZPATRICK,
Fashionable Tailor, No. 15 Matn street, (sig
noret's new building, opposite Pico House,
Los Angeles. my 12tl
SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1875.
Vice-President Wilson is talking
peace and good-will among the people
of the South.
Some of our exchanges are trying to
find out what becomes of all the gold.
To explain where it does not go is a
more appropriate subject for editorial
discussion.
Senator Sargent has essayed the
role so unsuccessfully played by
Schuyler Colfax. Schuyler al
ways wanted, thoigh he always de
nied that he wanted any office within
the gift of the people, from State Sen
ator to President of the United States.
So of tbe Quaker Hill Statesman. He
was a persistent office seeker at the
hands of the Republican party of this
State, until he was elected to the
United States Senate, and now, when
bis term is little more than half out,
he begins writing letters in which be
assures bis admiring constituents tbat
he is not a candidate for re-election.
Like Schuyler, be will probably be
taken at his word.
The latest information from San
Francisco is that the primary election
held in that city on Wednesday result
ed in the selection of delegates favoring
the nomination of T. G. Ryland of
Santa Clara county for Governor. This
result, if such is the result, is unex
pected. Ryland is not more popular
nor is he an abler man than many of
the other aspirants, and not being a
resident of San Francisco bis carrying
the delegation can only be accounted
for on the ground that be ia tbe choice
•f the heavy corporation's combina
tion, which is seeking a candidate for
Governor not inimical to their inter
ests.
Talking About It.
Nearly every journal in the State
outside of San Francisco is discussing
the irrigation proposition. All agree
that some means should be devised by
which the millions of gallons of water
now running to waste may be used in
rendering productive tbe vast area
which is now yielding nothing, or
next to nothing. But various plans
are suggested. Some favor a State
system and others hold that only the
localities benefited should be taxed to
defray tbe expense of carrying out tbe
irrigation system. The proposition is
one of vast proportions and should be
well considered before practical opera
tions are commenced, and these dis
cussions will lead to an exchange of
opinions and call out suggestions
which will help us toward the desired
end. All admit that a careful utiliza
tion of the water will increase the
value of our annual products millions
of dollars. The only question is how
it can best be done. When our farm
ers learn to plow deep and sow early
they will have taken a step which will
double tbe products of tbe State, and
when to this we have added an irriga
tion system that will turn the waters
from their natural cbanuels over the
broad grain fields we shall hear less of
drouths and more of average crops.
When this is done we shall record no
more failures among the farmers, and
California's wheat export will aston
ish the outside world.
That City by the Sea.
In another column will be found a
communication, written on a text fur
nished by the San Francisco Post. We
give place to the article, not because
we entertain the fears expressed by
the writer, but in order that our read
ers may learn the means resorted to
by a San Francisco newspaper, and
one, too, which it is known could not
ex ist but for Senator Jones's money,
to depreciate Los Angeles real estate
aud otherwise injure business in this
locality. For one, we do not accept
the Post's insinuation that it is the
purpose of Senator Jones to move Los
Angeles to Santa Monica, or build a
city at that point which shall destroy
us, as emanating from the Senator,
nor do we believe that he authorized
the publication of such a statement.
That the Post intended it to injure
this city, we have no doubt. Being
partly owned by Senator Jones, the
Post probably assumes to speak for
him; and unless he positively denies
that it expresses his purpose in the
paragraph quoted at the head of the
communication, many people will ac
cept its assertion as official. We re
peat tbat we do not believe it makes
this statement on information given
by the Senator himself. But it is welt
for our people to know what is said
about them, and to know who it is
that is sending broadcast reports in
tended to affect their prosperity. We
are aware that a town will be laid off
at Santa Monica, but we do not appre
hend that it will seriously affect Los
Angeles. A town was laid off at Wil
mington same years ago, but the place
is not regarded as a dangerous rival of
this city. Wilmington is as fine a
location, and oilers as many induce
ments for city building as Santa
Monica. Senator Jones and others
associated with him own some thirty
thousand acres of land at Santa Moni
ca, a portion of which it Is understood
will be laid off in town lots and the
remainder divided up into small farms;
but that we shall ever have a town at
that place of five thousand, or one half
that number of inhabitants, no one
familiar with the locality will fpr a
moment believe. It is true that tbe
Southern coast is remarkably Pacific;
but city building on the open sea
D oard, although frequently under
taken, has seldom proved successful.
However, as the Post appears to speak
authoritatively, the facts set forth in
the communication are worth reading
and considering by tbe people of Los
Angeles.
THE RAILROAD QUESTION.
The Han Francisco I'ost, taking the now
hotel aud wharf for a basis, has written Santa
Monica into a city of one hundred thousand
Inhabitants, with Los Angeles as a suburb.
Of course, people hereabouts will appreciate
the Joke.
The above is from the Mirror of the
Sth instant; and although we may
look upon it as a huge joke, we will
And that there is a method in its mad
ness. The Post is the organ of Senator
Jones, and speaks ex cathedra. The
eight or niue leagues of pasture land
about Santa Monica will soon be map
ped off in town lots, and the projectors
are in hopes of transferring the nascent
prosperity of Los Angeles to this point.
The argument used at the time that
the Senator was induced to purchase
into this property, that it was prepos
terous that Los Angeles could be a
commercial city—her position did not
justify it—and the great city, the em
porium of this valley and its vast tri
butary interior, must be on the sea, Is
still the governing idea of those in in
terest. Tbat Los Angeles could become
a great commercial city, would be a
contradiction to all the traditions of
English-talking people, it might do
for the Latin races and their congen
era the Arabs, but to think that an
Anglo-Saxon race, the offspring of the
Vikings, would build up a city in the
interior, was sheer nonsense.
The individuals who obtained the
charter for the Los Angeles and Inde
pendence rood were friends of Los An
geles and Independence, and had no
real estate scheme in view. They did
not contemplate hostile movements
upon the lines of tbe Southern Pacific,
whom they had invited here to make
Los Angeles a railroad centre, and
which they have and are accomplish
ing at vast outlay of money, and dis-
Ftlay such energy and prodigality of
ndividual means as has not been made
manifest in the history of railroad
building. If our citizens furnish the
means to build up a rival city at Santa
Monica, they should demand to be let
In on the bed-rock in the land and lot
speculation, and unload a little of
their Los Angeles property; for as sure
as the sun rises and sets, the interest
of Los Angeles is in jeopardy. The
Southern Pacific has made us now
what we are, why not treat it with
kindness and respect? Let us contem
plate a little, and not run wildly mad
at fancied benefits that T. and
J. Gould are going todo for
operations so far nave been as marked
with selfishness and disregard to pub
lic interest as the members of the
Southern Pacific Company. The
Southern Pacific Company is composed
of individual members, who are emi
nently Californianin heart, sympathy
and interest. They all came to this
State as boys, grew up with the State,
and use their means to develop our
interests. It will be a sad day for us
when our railroad interest passes into
Wall street or the hands of stock job
bers. Let us be wise, prudent and on
the lookout. Let us not be rash. We
are doing splendidly. When the Shoo
Fly and Panamint road does us the
benefit that the Southern Pacific has
already accomplished, then let us be
ready to give it its meed of praise.
We invited the Southern Pacific to
come here and give us connection by
rail with Francisco and push for our
interior and Arizona trade. They are
doing it. What did we give them?
Our interest in the Los Angeles and
San Pedro Railroad, of which we bad
already been robbed. In addition we
gave them some $270,000 or $300,000
subsidy. What has the Southern Pa
cific given us in exchange? Tbe en
hanced value of real estate eloquently
tells, and a legitimate assessment
would in two years pay off the debt.
Now wby should we encourage paral
lel roads and hostile opposition? Is it
honest? Is it reasonable? Is it right?
Fair-minded men will draw their owu
conclus ons. Vebbum, Sap.
Lob Angeles, May 13, 1875.
Matters Political.
Senator Sargent has written a letter
to JudgeMcFarland, stating positively
tbat he wiil not be a candidate for re
election to the U. S. Senate. He says:
"I doubt not tbat I can be more useful
to the State during the next fouryears
when it is known that by the advocacy
of its interests I am not seeking to ad
vance my own; and I wish to make
the fullest return in my power for the
honors the State has conferred upon
me."
Tbe Democratic primaries in Nevada
county Saturday last resulted in a
unanimous expression in favor of Thos.
Findley for Governor.
The Democracy of Sutter county hold
primaries on the22d, and a convention
on the 26th inst.
It is stated that James N. Barton,
member of the last Legislature from
Sacramento, will seek the Dolly Varden
nomination for Congress in the Second
District.
Luttrell tells the Colusa Sun that he
cannot take an active part in the selec
tion of the Democratic State candi
dates; but when the ticket is out he
will support it with all his ability.
New Dancers to Large Ships on the
Pacific Coast.
Washington, May 11th.—The fol
lowing important notice has been is
sued from the United States Coast Sur
vey Office: " Lieutenant Wiedam of
the Corps of Engineers, in making a
preliminary examination of Noonday
rock by means of a diver, for the pur
pose ultimately of removing this rock,
discovered in its immediate proximity
two pinnacles, over one of which there
are but fourteen feet of water at low
tide, and with deep water between
them; these dangers forming one with
Noonday rock, the position of which
has already been determined by the
coast survey, will continue to be
marked by a buoy. It is quite proba
ble that an irregular ridge may con
nect this peak of rock with the North
Farallones. Large vessels are warned
not to pass between these points until
a more thorough survey has been exe
cuted." The notice is signed by C. P.
Peterson,Superintendent of U. S. Coast
Survey.
This notice affects some eighty-two
coast surveys, and the coast pilots of
California and Oregon should have it
inserted as soon as received in coast
survey charts. No. 621—Entrance to
San Francisco bay; No. 66 —Point
Pinas to BedasaHead; No. 601—Coast
chart of Han Diego to San Francisco;
and No. 602—San Francisco to ITnip
qua river.
The End Approaches.
New York, May 13th.—After the
recess to-day in* the Beecher trial,after
one or two unimportant witnesses had
been examined, counsel on both shies
announced they had no further evi
dence to offer. Evarts suggested an
adjournment till Wddnesdny next,
when counsel would sum up to the
court. It whs so ordered. Much grat
ification is expressed by court, coun
sel, jury, and all concerned. It is ex
pected the summing up will occupy
about six days. It is understood that
the Judge's charge will not be very
long, ami he expects that the ca-e will
be fiuished by the first week in June.
Trouble About Cotton.
Washington, May 13th.—The ar
gument in the Klgee cotton case, in
volving $367,000 for "captured" cotton
grown by John K. Hlgee on his plan
tation in Mississippi, was commenced
in the Supreme Court yesterday by
Solicitor General Phillips for the gov
ernment. He will be followed by John
A. Grow, of New Orleans, and General
Butler, for the cluimants.
Advice from Jeff. Davis.
Houston, Texas, May 13th.—Jeffer
son Davis, in his address to the Texas
veteransof the Mexican war, entreated
them to be as loyal now to the stars
and stripes as they were zealous and
brave in defending their first flag.
Cuba Speaks.
Albany, N. V., May 13th.—The As
sembly to-day unanimously passed a
resolution calling on the Government
to recognize the belligerency of Cuba.
Another Steamer Ashore.
London, May 13th.—A dispatch just
received from Penzance reports that a
Liverpool steamer has gone ashore on
Brechar, one of the Scilly Islands. A
heavy fog prevails. A life-boat has
put oft'for the steamer.
Proceedings of the Grand Lodge,
I. O. O. F.
San Francisco, May 18th.—At the
session of the Grand Lodge, I. O. O.
F. , this morning, the hour fixed for
the election of officers for the present
year having arrived, this business was
taken up and the following were elect
ed: D. W. Welty, of Sacramento, M.
W. G. M.; H. J. Tilden, of San Fran
cisco, B. \V. D. G. M.; F. P. Danu, of
San Francisco, R. W. G. Wj W. B.
Lyon, of Auburn, G. Sec. The time
for recess was extended on motion of
P. G. R., G. W. Daunals. Pending
the election of Grand Treasurer, Grand
Representative and Trustees,the Grand
Lodge adjourned to 2 o'clock. The
Grand Lodge resumed at 2 o'clock and
proceeded with the further election of
officers, with the following results:
David Meeker, of San Francisco, P.W.
G. Treasurer; C. M. Boyd, of San Fran
cisco, R. \V. G. Representative: J. A.
McClellan, Lewis Soper, G. T. Bohen,
Trustees. On motion of P. G. M., C.
N. Fox, the present Board of Trustees
of the College and Home were re
elected.
Anthony's Convention,
Sacramento, May 14th—1:30 a. m.
—The banquet to the late proprietors
•f the Sacramento Union to-night was
attended by about one hundred aud
fifty prominent citizens, passiug off
very pleasantly. It is not yet con
cluded.
A Large-Sized Libel Suit.
Marysville, May 13th.—Wm. Mur
phy, the attorney for Austin N. Smith,
of stage robbing notoriety, brings suit
to-day against the Marysville Appeal,
for $50,000 damages for libel iv pub
lishing a report telegraphed from San
Francisco on the morning of 11th inst.
The dispatch related to a statement
said to have been made by Smi th while
en route to prison, which Mr. Murphy
considers damaging to himself in the
amount above named. It is said that
Murphy will also bring suit against
Wells, Fargo & Co., to recover $1,300,
turned over by Smith to them.
Blowing up of the "Senator"-Verdict
of the Coroner's Jury.
Portland, May 11th.—Following
is the verdict of the Coroner's jury in
regard to the.cause of the blowing up
of the steamer Senator: "That said
explosion occurred by reason of an in
sufficiency of water in said boiler; that
John V. Smith, engineer of said boat,
acted in the premises without due
caution or circumspection, as it seems
to us by the testimony of competent
witnesss, and was therefore guilty of
criminal negligence." The examina
tion of witnesses lasted two days. It
is rumored ou the streets that some of
our ablest lawyers are preparing a
suit against the steamship company
for damages arising from the explo
sion.
A Suicidal Prisoner.
Marysville, May 11th.—On Satur
day Sheriff i irrey discovered in the
cell of Austin N. Smith unmistakable
evidence that he intended to commit
suicide. A rope was found with a slip
noose, a pair of rope handcuffs and a
rope shackle for his ancles. These ar
ticles were made of strips torn from a
bed quilt and twisted into a rope form.
Young Smith was in very low spirits
on Saturday, aud after these suicidal
implements had been found, confessed
It was his intention to commit suicide.
Smith also stated tbat all that pre
vented him from hanging himself Sat
urday afternoon was a visit from a
young sister who came in and inter
rupted his j)repartitions.
About a week ago Lauren A. Upson
was struck down suddenly by paraly
sis of the brain, and is now lying in a
comatose condition at the house of Mrs.
Aubury, 415 Post street. His physi
cians give no encouragement for his
recovery. This morning his pulse was
weak and down to 40, and his friends
despaired of his life. Mr. Upson was
formerly the leading writer for the
Sacramento Union, more recently U.
S. Surveyor-General for California,nnd
has a large acquaintance in this State.
— Bulletin, 12tn inst.
NEW TO-DAY.
A New Departure.
Having bought the interest of Mr. A. Davis,
of the firm of Goldsmith & Davis (the Identi
cals) I take opportunity of once more thank
ing the public for tbe liberal patronage be
stowed on me while alone and aherwards
while with Mr. D., and kindly solicit the con
tinuation of your liberal custom, as the busi
ness in both stores will be carried on as usual.
My stock of Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes, Smokers'
Articles, Gents' Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
Is tbe most complete one in this county, and
I wiil spare no trouble in giving satisfaction
to all my patrons. The ONE PKICE system
will beBtrlctly adhered to and gentlemanly
treatment extended to all. Don't forget to
patronize the " Identical."
I. GOLDSMITH,
SS Main St., under Backman House,
And at 107 Main St., next to W., F. 4 Co.'s
Express. mrBl
NEW TO-DAY.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
either Tempi' 1 A Workman's Bmikorat
i ake Vim yHrd, hv.L Deßsrth short),formak
lnaanil burning from SOo.OOO to t)oO,t>on bricks.
Wood furnished on the around. None but
flrst-elas briekmakers need apply.
LARK VINEYARD LAND AtiO WATER
ASSOCIATION. nvyl6tf
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BIDS WILL
be received by the Bard of Education up
to F-lday, May 21st, at 4 o'clock P M., forth"
construction of two seho 1-hou-e*, one In
Easr Ixjs Anreles and tiie other al or nenr the
property of Y. Lazzarovlch on the East side
of Los Angeles river, according to plans and
specifications now on filo with tbe President
of t he Board.
Tbe painting of said buildings mitt be iv s
separate bid. M KRKMER,
mylt Id Pres't of Board oi Education.
SEWING MACHINES.
ALL KINDS OF SEWING MA
chinessold, rented or exchanged on easy
terms.
AM kinds of Sewing Machine Attachments,
Needles, Oil, etc., on hand.
General Agency for Southern California for
Remington and Victor Machines at Sewing
Machine Depot of
A. M. JANES,
•0 SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES.
mylStf
—— ■
Dairy Men, Take Notice.
BIDS FOR THE MALT MASHED AT
the Philadelphia Brewery for thecnm
inu season will lie received for the next seven
days at my oftise.
HENRY LEMMERT,
mylt 31 Proprietor.
T. S. STANWAY. \V. W. ROSB.
DRS. STANWAY A ROSS,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. S2 and
S4 Main street. mylt tf
TAKE NOTICE.
Consumers of Water of the Los 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. m. and 5 and 7
p. M. Any usoless waste of water at any time
in water closets, gardens, etc., or any infringe
ment of this rule, will necessitate the shutting
off of the water, which will not be turned on
ugaln but on the payment of S2 and a lull
compliance wi'h these rule. Street sprink
ling from hose strictly prohibited.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
CHARLES E. MILES,
myl3 tf Supt. L. A. City Water Co.
TURN-VEREIN HALL
GRAND ITALIAN OPERA.
Wednesday and Friday,
Hay 1» and 21, 1878.
IL TROVATORE!
Verdi's Master-piece,
WITH GRAND CHORUS,
And a grand display of new costumes.
Count Di Luna SIG. MARRA
F.rrando SIG. FERNANDEZ
Duchess Leonora. MISS REIFFARTH
Ynez MISS LOUISA
Azneena.aGlpsy, MAD. FRANZINI
Manrlco, the Trovntor MR. GUENETTE
Ruiz MR. LE FAVRE
Seats can be secured at Lewin's Bookstore.
Dress Circle ONE DOLLAR
Gallery FIFTY CENTS
Performance commences precisely at 8
o'clock. my 13 td
FRENCH INSURANCE CORPORAT'N
OF PARIS, FRANCE.
Capital 12,000,000 Fraucs
Surplus 15.522,570 Fraucs
FIRE RISKS AT CURRENT RATES.
J. L. WARD, Agent.
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BIMONDB'
FANCY CAKE BAKERY
AND ICE CREAM PALACE.
ALL STYLES OF FANCY CAKES,
Confections and Wedding Cakes made
to order. Strawberries and oieam, Iced Soda
Water, fine French and domestic Candles of
our own make, a fine new stock of Clgars.Tea,
Chocolate Coffee, etc. rayl3tf
HASSE & ASSEVEDA'S
BARBER SHOP
AND
BATHING ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 42 Main Street, Los Angeles.
The best Barbers in California constantly ln
wailing. Hot, Cold and Shower Baths at all
hours of the day. myl2 tf
LOOK TO YOUR FIRE.
GREAT REDUCTION IN COAL!
— FROM —
$24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quantity, per ton, at
I. B. FERGUSON'S, Agent,
Coal yard, Corner of Spring and Court street*,
Los Angeles, Cal.
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BEDDING AND LOUNGE
FA CTORY.
CARL HERBERGER,
No. 13 Aliso Street,
IS PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE MAR
ket with
BEDDING OF ALL KINDS,
LO UN ES |i ,
AND
General Upholstering.
The proprietor is a practical manufacturer,
and guarantees satisfaction in all cases. Or
ders solicited.
ALSO
THE STOCK OF FURNITURE
Lately purchased from
D. A. STERN
Will be sold
BELOW OOST
To close out and make room for new goods.
Furniture and household goods bought, sold
and exchanged. Repalrleg also done at low
rates. myl2 tf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
STARBUCK
&
BUTLER,
REAL ESTATE
BROKERS,
No. 1 Temple Street
A few of the Great Bargains they
are offering for sale are as follows:
ELEGANT VILLA on Main street, opposite
the residence of Gov. Downey; one ofthe
most stylish homes In the city, surrounded
by beautiful frutt and omameutal trees;
lot 107x326.
CHARMING SUBURBAN RESIDENCE ou
Pico slieci, containing 7 acres, embellished
with 76 Orange, 26 Lemon, 30 Lime, 80
Walnut, 10 Pear, 25 Peach, aud 26 Apricot
trees, all bearing; 2,000 Foreign Grape
Vines, splendid Artesian Well; a beauti
ful house of 8 rooms, with all the charms
of the country and conveniences of the
city. A great bargain that will not remain
long on the market.
VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE on Main
street, corner of Third; 5 rooms; Stable;
Fruit Trees, Flowers, etc. A nice and
comfortable home at a bargain.
NEW COTTAGES FOR SALE.
TWO COTTAGES on Turner street; both
rented, at $20 per month each; insurance
for one year; a splendid paying invest
ment. Price, $1,900, the whole property
(new).
A NEW, HANDSOME and very convenient
Cottage, in centre of the city. Tbe lot is
55x200, fronts on two streets; can be di
vided; surrounded and shaded by hearing
fruit trees.
ALSO, 85 ACRES, with House, on Jefferson
street; Main Street Railroad will pass It.
FARMS! FARMS! FARMS!!
We have Farms of all sizes, im
proved and unimproved, in all the de
sirable portions of the county and
most popular towns. A few of the
best are as follows:
RANCHO AT SAN GABRIEL MISSION.-
Soventy acres, all fenced, embracing 40
acres of Vineyard; 4,000 Raisin Grapes,
bearing; other choice varieties; good
house; stables, etc; Wuter Right secured.
$8,000; one-third cash.
ALSO, SEVENTY ACRES, partly improved;
Fenced; Water Right secured. The two
above sold together or separate. $90 per
acre.
A FARM OF 25 ACRES, fronting on Santa
Monica road; 4% miles from Court-house;
now In barley; will be sold for a few days
at an unusually great bargain, as the
owner has more than he can attend to; $60
per acre.
ARTESIAN FARM—4B 24-100 acres next to
City Park; ths most popular and success
ful of any new settlement In the State.
Terms easy.
ALSO, A FARM OF TWENTY ACRES Iv
tne above town, at 865 per acre. Cheap.
VILLA AND CITY HOUSE LOTS.
12% ACRES on Adams and Flgueroa street,
in the neighborhood of Gen. Lonstreet's
beautiful residence and next to J. F. God
frey's residence. For sale at a bargain If
applied for immediately.
Large Villa lots,suitable locations for costly
houses, in all the most charming parts of the
city. Some of the lots are in locations that
can only be secured onco ln a life-time.
VILLA LOTS ON THE HILL, back of the
residence ol Mayor Tobermau. A few only
of them unsold:
One lot 80x180.
One lot 80x200.
One lot 80x300.
One lot 80x320.
$1,000 each; easy terms; will bo worth
double in six months.
LOT 60x165 on Hill street, between Fourth and
Fifth streets; $950.
LOT ON BUNKER HILL AVENUE, corner
Second and Charity streets; splendid
view; $650.
FOUR LOTS ON PEARL STREET, 60x165;
near Spring Street Railroad Station; no
grading; best lots in the block; $450 and
$400 each.
TWO LOTS of two acres each on Downey St.
Just tbe thing to raise fruit on; $750.
LOT 42.9x166 feet corner of Charity and
Eighth streets, Joining the lot on which is
being built by Mr. Starbuck seven of the
most beautiful cottages In the city.
■i'u ACRES near corner of Washington and
Main streets, next to Mrs. Martin.
ORANGE, LEMON,
And Other Fruit Trees, For Sale.
STARBUCK & BUTLER,
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MISCELLANEOUS.
GREAT INDUCEMENT
TO THE PUBLIC!
Prices Reduced fully 20 per Cent
JOSEPH COHN,
N<> 3 Arcadia Hlock. Lo* Anga
les Shciii,
Ih now receiving the Choicest und Largest As
sortment of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING. BOOTS & SHOES, HATS,
Etc., that has ever been exhibited In thlsoby,
und he now means business. Ho is deter
mined to be undersold by no one, and he do
tles competition. Having superior facilities
in purchasing goods, tho >c who favor niewlth
their patronage will reap the benefit. I have
decided to sell my good at
San Francisco Prices,
And respectfully Invite tho public to call and
examine my stock aud prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. Courteous and attentive clerks
will always be in readiness to wait on custom
ers, and will tako great pleasure ln allowing
goods.
air iion.ls delivered free of charge tunny
part of the oily. Remember the plaoe:
Mo. 3 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St.,
mr 24 SB JOSEPH COHN.
21 YEARS OLD!
PIONEER
HARNESS and SADDLE
MANUFACTORY. ™
S. O. IF O "5T ,
importer, Mantiiacturer, Wholesale and Re
tall dealer ln
Saddlery and Harness of all kinds.
Sulk Harness, Trotting Harness, Heavy Draft
Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robes.
Rlankets and Whips—in fact, everything per
tuinlng to a fiist-class Saddlery House.
THE VERY BEST
GENUINE LOS ANGELES SADDLES.
The best brands of Saddle, Harness aud
Sole Leather, always on hand and for sale at
wholesale and retail.
Harness Oils, Hoaps & Blacking.
Kepatriua Promptly Done.
No. 17 Los Angeles Htreeet,
LOS ANGELES. CAL.
ar Prices as low as any house on tbo coast.
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fmToRIENTAL RESTAURANT.
Kept in European Style.
B. FLOTE &C. CASON - • • Prop's
Main street, Slgnoret's Building, Opposite the
Pico House, Los Angeles.
PRIVATE ROOMS
For Families and banuuets. All kinds of re
pasts prepared lor weddings, etc., at extremely
moderate prices.
Board per week 16 to $7
Single meals 60 to 76 cts
Meals by list at very moderate prices.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders received for all kinds of pastry for
weddings, banquets, balls, picnics, etc.
All orders promptly and carefully attended
to. apl6 tr
NOTICE
T O
Merchants & Shippers.
MARINE INSURANCE.
the union Insurance co. f
OF SAN FRANCISCO, offers secured
indemnity for marine losses. J. L.
WARD, agent. Policies issued upon approved
risks TO and FRONT San Pedro, San Fran
cisco, and all foreign, and domestic ports,
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TREES, FLOWERS, ETC.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG-*]®,
leave to into.ni tne public thatwaftWf
they have for sale v choice lot or ornu-jMßwlc*
mental trees, shrubs,flowering plants iv pots.
Everything in the line of
Seeds, Flowers and Plants
Constantly on In nil Bouquets, wreaths,
crosses, etc., made io order at reasonable
S rices at the Garden, .Vnmington street, near
ew Commercial. We nave also
A Practical Gardener,
Who will lay out aud take care of gardens,
either by contract, per month, or by the day.
ap7 2m SCHAEFFER A STENGEL.
FAMILY FRUIT DRYER.
Fruit-Growers, Attention!
ALONG FELT WANT SUPPLIED. NO
more loss of fruit or vegetables by decay
or selling below their value. You can dry
your own fruit and get all the profits.
THE STAR FAMILY FRUIT DRYER
Is within the reach of nil, and we will guar
antee it to do its work as well as the Alden or
any other process. We are now ready ts fur*
nlsh this machine of any size to suit families,
with full instructions for operating.
County Rights for sale and
AGENTS WANTED
In every county. Samples of fruit and vege
tables dried on the Star Dryer can be seen at
Workman Bros., Main street, and Harper A
Dalton's, Downey Block, and a Model Dryer
can be seen at the residence of E. H. Work
man, in this city.
For prices and other particulars, apply to
the above-named firms.
Los Angeles, April 1,1875.
npllf A. E. MEBBILL.
NOTICE.
APPLICATION will be made to the
Common Council of the city of Los An
geles at the next regular session of that body,
to be held Thursday, May 13, 1876, for a quit
claim deed to Ylarfo Ybarra of the following
described premises, viz. I
Lots 5, 6 and 7 of tho "Ybarra Vineyard
Tract," according to map thereof recorded ln
the County Recorder's utflce of Los Angeles
county In book one of miscellaneous records,
page 864. A lso a tract adjoining said vlneyurd
tract and to the East thoreof, bounded and
described aa follows, viz.: Commencing at
the Northeast comer of said vineyard tract
and running thence South 67" East 0 64-100
chains; thence South 6" West 1 15-100 chains:
thence South 26 8 West, 4 24-100 chains; thence
South 72" West i 88-100 chains; thence North
29" East 6 00-100 chains to place of beginning.
The petition, map and abstract of ilUe»re
now on Hie with the Clerk of said < o.u , il,
with whom all ner-ons iuterested roust tile
their ot.jectlons, if any they have, In writing
at least one day before the session of said
Council next after the first public itlon ot this
notice. M. KREMER,
Clerk of Com. Counoll.
Los Augeles, Cal., May 7,1876. m 7 fit

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