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ONE DOLLAR per Square of ten lines, first Insertion, and twenty-five cents per Square forearli! lbsaquent insertion. WANTS—LOSTjgFOUND. WANTED.-A small band ewes and iamb.. Sellers picas- call on a. W. MORGAN, Real Estate Agent, Tomule Block. myl9 2t* WANTED.— A good Talloress, to work on p.int«. Apply to JOHN LAMB, near the school-house on Port street. my 19 3t LOST AND FOUND.-A man lost his temper tor not finding a good cigar or a good fit.'l ng shirt, but on perambulating the street f.und Ihe first at 107 Main street and the latter at 38 Main street. He is now the b"Bt tempered man In this city,and heswears that he will not buy either a elgar or any un derwear except at the '• Identical." I. GOLDSMITH, 38 Main St., under Bnnkman House, Or at 107 Main street, next to W., P. A Co.'s Express. my 18 If FOUND.— <>ne Buckskin Horse,Bor7 years old, tirunded on tbe left hip. The owner can have him by applying at Judge Thomp son's residence on Figueroa street, between Washington and Adams. myls tf PRIVATE BOARDINC and Furnished Rooms foi reht, ou Fort street, second door from First. myll lm FOUND.— On Fort, street, last Sunday, a Lady's Shawl-pin. The owner can re cover property by applying at this office and paying for advertisement, tnyB tf WANTED. — Family sewing, by Mrs. Booth, second houss East oi railroad on Turner street roy 7 lm* WANTED.— A girl to do general house work, vpply at the first cottage on Main street South of Fourth, between the hours of 2 und 4 P. M. myl tf ROONIB.-FAMILY and Single Rooms wiih board at Col. Peel's on Spring St, novllllf ANEW WILCOX & GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 25 per cenL loss than cash price. Inquire al this Office. novlQif FOR SALE—FOR RENT. TO LET.—A few pleasant Rooms, with Board, corner Fort and Franklin streets. Inquire at 78 Main street. myl4 tt FOR SALE.—A new Wilson Sewing Ma chine, worlli $S0; fifteen percent, off tor cash. Apply at Hkkald office. my9tf FOR RENT.-A beautiful new cottage on Olive sireet, heiween Eighth and Ninth, near all horse railroads. STARBI'CK ft BUTLER, my 9 7f No. 1 Temple street. FOR SALE.—one share Gentinela Land Com pun v stock. Enquire of Dr. Brown, Maiu street, betweeu First and Second. myB tf FOR SALE.—Two thousand five hundred Mexican iJmc Trees, one year old. Also Aye hundred Orange Trees, lour years old, by CH VS. H. HASM, Main street, below Wash ington Garden, Los angele*. mys lm daw FOR SALE.—A house aud lot. on New High street, fronting toe Pico House. Also, Aye budding lots near Spring and sixth street Railroad. Enquire ol .1. R. SUMMERS, st Workman Bros. aplStf FOR SALE.— A heavy spring wagon, with lop, made by one of the best car riage-makers in >he State, and neailyasgood ss new. Can be seen at Steven's stable, or address Postorßce Box 110. nprlß.f FOR SALE. — A lot of Thoroughbred rajns. Enquire of S. LEVY, No. 33, cor ner Aliso and Alameda streets. ap6 M~ONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm of J. M. BALDWIN, mrl3rf 79 %4t Downey Block. MISCELLANEOUS. East Los Angeles & Main Street OMNIBUS LINE. DELOS CAMPBELL, : : Proprietor TIME TABLE, EAST LOS ANGELES WEST L'S ANGELES Downey Park. Intersecting Main and Spring strce's. Leaves. Arrives Leaves. Arrives. 6:80 A. M. 7:30 A. M. 7:00 A. V. 7:00 A. M. 8:i0 " 9:00 " 8:30 " 8:*) " 9:10 " 10:20 " »:f» " 8:40 " 10:30 " 12;00 M. 11:30 " H:OU " 1:00 p. m. 2:20 P.M. I'MT. M. 1:30 p. M. J:io •' 4:00 " 3:30 " 3:!0 " 4:20 " 5:40 " 5:0 " 4:50 " 6:OJ " 6:30 " 6:30 " Sixteen Tickets for $1. mr3o VICTOR PONET, PIONEER UNDERTAKER 06 Main St., I.os Angeles, <nl Keeds on hand the Largest and Best Assort ment of Metalic and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds, Trimmings, etc., etc, In this CUy, direct from the East. Dealers ln the country will And it to their Interest to give him a cal l, as lie will sell goods Cheaper than they can get them in San Francisco. FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF FUNERALS. Bodies Embalmed for Shipment East. All orders by telegraph promptly attended to. The finest Kearse In Southern California. mrt7tl LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK A CO., At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Sprine afreet, adjoining the Postoffice, Is offering to his friends and the public in general, tbe 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, Accordeons, Banjos, Concertina*, 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 he spared to meet the wants Of the public, aud I hope to merit a fair share >f patronage. Jan3-tf LEWIS LEWIN. TAKE NOTICE. Consumers of Water of the Los Ange les City Water Company : Consumer, East of Hill and Now High streets will be ul'owed water for gardens b - tween the hours of 7 und 9 a. M. and 5 and 7 p. m. Any use,ess waste ot water at any time In water chisels, g irdens, etc., or any Infringe ment of this rule, will neci s itatelhe shutting off of the water, which will not be turned on again but on the payment of $2 and a iull compliance wl'h these rule. Street sprink ling from hose strictly prohibited. By order ol tho Board of Trustees, CHARLES B. MILES, myl3 tf Supt. L. A. City Water Co. C A It L> . MADAME MUSE BEGS TO INFORM THE PRINCIPALS ofschools and the public generully of Los Anrndes that she will tske pupils for in struct ~ on the Piano and Organ. For par ticula s apply at J. D. Patrick's Piano Rooms, «0 Spring street. mr3o tf §0$ Qnp\o §m\Ul WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 187(5. MOLD UKPOlt'l'. San Kkancupo, May 14. Gold,Us!f Greenbacks—Buying, 87; selling, 88 LOCAL BREVITIES. Rev. Mr. Hickey, of San Diego, is paying Los Angeles a visit. Miguel Aguirre, Assistant Treasurer of San Diego county, is in the city. The steamer Ancon sailed yesterday afternoon for ban Francisco. The steamer Orizaba will arrive to morrow from San Francisco. The road leading to the caflon of Santa Monica needs repairs. The new depot at East Los Angeles is nearly finished. The May number of The New Italy will be issued to-day. The railroad company is moving its track to the middle of Alameda street. Santa Ana valley will ship 30,000 tous of produce this year. ~— The steamer Los Augeles leaves to day for San Francisco. The Western Union Telegraph Com pany has an office at Santa Ana. On Thursday of next week bids will be received for the erection of the First National Gold Bank. Merrill Lodge, No. 299, I. 0. G. T., holds a festival next Friday and Sat urday nights at the Skating Rink. The Enterprise brass band, Izert leader, officiated yesterday at the fu neral of the late Joseph A. Leiber. The new sidewalk on the west side Spring street, between Fourth and Fifth, is progressing rapidly. The fire department was out for practice last evening and made agood showing. The train to Wilmington yesterday afternoon took down fifty-five passen gers. Sturgeons have alarmed the Santa Monica br.thers, who took them for sharks. Associate Justice Clifford, of the U. S. Supreme Court, has arrived in San Francisco. It is reported that Chavez is in So nora, Mexico. Look out for him near here. A wlfe-beater and a drunk were be fore Mayor Beaudry yesterday, and were both sent up. The Terpsichorean Social Club will give a hop at Leek's hall on the eve ning of June 2d. We forgot to mention yesterday that Mr. Herrick is the inventor of the drill we described. Mr. B. A. Hussey left yesterday for San Francisco witli the Tonto-Apache boy mentioned I n our last issue. The steamer Los Angeles arrived from San Francisco yesterday morn ing with 84 passengers and 211 tons of freight for this city. Found—a pair of spectacles, which the owner can have by applying at this office, proving property aud pay ing for this notice. The Kansas people are beginning to discover that the Central Aid Society, with ex-Lieut.-Governor Stover as President, has not wisely distributed the aid funds. The Governor of Missouri is about to try the efficacy of prayer on the grasshoppers, but we fear it will be a failure, as prayer was tried on them in Kansas in 1866. Governor Osborn, of Kansas, and his accomplished wife, arrived in San Francisco on Sunday night. If time will permit, Governor Osborn will visit Los Angeles. Among the latest arrivals at San Francisco we observe the name of Major W. O. Gould, a leading railroad engineer of Kansas, who surveyed and laid out the narrow-gauge road run ning West from Leavenworth. Mr. Alfred James, Register of the Land Oflice, has written a letter to the Express, strongly urging the organi zation of a Bureau of Information, so that correct statements may be sent to intending immigrants. Mr. W. Lacy, the distinguished ar chitect, left for San Francisco in this morning's coach, but will return early next week. We are glad to learn that Mr. Lacy intends to cast his lot with us and devote his talent to building up Los Angeles. The funeral of Joseph A. Lieber, of the City Brewery, took place yester day morning,aud was largely attended by the Turners and Red Men. The Turu-Vereiu flag was at half-mast,and a large concourse of sorrowing friends followed the remains to the grave. Mr. Alfred Moore, our new auc tioneer, expects his wife and son here to settle in the course of this month. Moore thinks Los Angeles good enough for them. Ice was still four feet thick on May 3d, when some frieuds left for this coast. The first fine day they had seen since last year was on the 9th of May. How is that for a pleas ant coui.tr/? The time-table to and trom San Fer nando was changed yesterday as fol lows: Leave San Fernando at 11:30 P. M. instead of 1:30 a. m. as formerly; arrive at Los Angeles at 12:30 A. M. instead of 2:80 a. ll.j leave Los Ange les at 3 A. M. instead of 12 M. as here tofore, and arrive at San Fernando at 4 A. M. instead of 1:50 a. m. The examination in chemistry yes terday afternoon at the High School was well attended by our citizens in terested iv the cause of education. The class numbered seven and their profi ciency was hie-Illy flattering to their teachers and gratifying to their friends. This afternoon the examination will be on philosophy and to-morrow the subject will be botany. We have an inquiry from Leaven worth, Kansas, asking if we need music teachers in Los Angeles, to which we say no, most decidedly. We have talented teachers here now, and would not recommend any new com ers to try the field. The professors of music now in our midst have a well established business, and the field la full. Just now we need the music of the reaper and mower, and professors of that branch of music are in great demand. Mr. Wm. Home and family of eight persons, old residents of St. Paul, Minn., arrived here Saturday night, and are delighted with the climate and country. Mr. Home lias already bought and paid for a homestead amongst the orange groves and vine yards, and found immediate em ployment at good wages as a stone mason. Such facts give the flat lie to croakers who say ''there is no work to do." Active operations will be commenc ed at Pomono, the new town laid out on the Southern Pacific Railroad four miles east of Spadra by the Loa An geles Immigration and Land Coopera tive Association, to-day. A. Higbie takes the field with a corps of survey ors and a gang of hands, commencing work on the Cienegas to develop and bring out the water. A zanja of water capable of Irrigating a tiiousand acres of land is already in operation, but only a small part of the water has as yet been utilized. In 1866 and 1867, the farmers of Kansas became quite pious and held solemn prayer meetings, in which the Lord was fervently requested to destroy the grasshoppers which had appeared in myriads, but there was no visible response. The most successful men were those who kept fires burning to keep the pests from alighting,and dug ditches into which they drove them and killed them. Active work saved vineyards and crops, where prayer failed. Missouri may fail with her prayers in 1875 as Kansas did in 1866 and 1807. Letters from the East. Every day we receive letters from points East of the mountains asking for information, of which the follow ing is a sample: Editor Herald: Permit me to thank you for a copy of the Herald, a very instructive and interesting pa per sent me some time ago. I nave also received, through the kindness of editors and publishers, papers, pam pleta and other documents from the principal places of many of the West ern States, for which 1 am very irrftte fui. I know of no better way to ob tain information from any part of a country, except by personal examina tion, than through the press. A news paper not only contains the local and general news, but you will find con tained therein all the societies, churches, as well as all the business men; in fact, 1 know of no better way to judge of the intelligence and the business habits of the people than through the press; also, the ousiness of agriculture, mining, etc. In this age of progress a family might as well be without bread as the news of the day. By all the information I receive, I find that Southern California is the most lovely spot on the globe. lam desirous of locating as a physician and surgeon in one of your towns as soon as convenient, anil to purchase a small farm adjacent or near by. A number of persons are desirous of joining me in going Westward for new homes. I semi you the wherewith to puy for one of your Herald pamphlets, as well as a copy of your interesting pa per, which will be thankfully received. Yours, etc. Henry W. Bullett. Slaterville, Tomkins county, N. V., May 3d, 1873. We can only say to Mr. Bullett and his friends to come and see for them selves. The next is from Col. J. M. Alex ander, late publisher of the Plow and Anvil, at Winfield, Kansas, who de sires to know if there is an opening for an accomplished lady music teacher. To this inquiry we are forced to say no, as the field is now full. Col. Alexander is at present in Leavenworth, fixing his business so as to come here next Fall. Our next inquiry is from Newton, lowa, and is evidently written by an intelligent man. It reads as follows: Editor Herald: As there arequite a number of families who wish to come to California this Fall, I writo to you to make a few inquiries, which you can auswer through your paper, the Weekly Los Angeles Herald, for which we now subscribe, to find out all we can about the country—whether it will pay us here in lowa to sell our farms and come to Los Angeles, as land seenis so high there to what it is here. Some say the cheap land is very poor—that it is not fit for keeping sheep on. Some will tell us that we cannot raise crops without irrigating, and cannot get plenty of good water, and that crops are not good; men can not get work to do; wages are not what they are represented to be; as it is hard times there, these pamphlets are sent out over the country to entice people in there to help those specula tors get rid of "their land. I suppose we can rely on some of what is said being true. We should like to know what good horses, harness, wagons, cows and young cattle are worth. Is there plenty of timber? Please let us know tiie advantages and disadvan tages, and all about the-soil and cli mate. Respectfully, A. S. Logan. Newton, lowa, May sfh, 1875. In answer to Mr. Logan we will say that the price of land depends on its position and improvements. By going into the mountains Government land can yet be'obtaioed, but if a settler de sires a farm with bearing orange trees he will have to pay for it. The sheep lands bring immense fortunes through the herd 9of sheep which are raised on them, but would not be desirable for farms. Some land raises fine crops without irrigation, while other tracts require irrigation, but water is plenty and easily reached. A country that is desirable always has its speculators, but the California speculator is no worse than the same genus elsewhere. Timber in this vicinity is scarce, though there is plenty in the moun tains. Horses are cheaper than In lowa, but cows and cattle are a little dearer. Wages are good and work plenty for men who desire it. Car penters get $4 per day In gold, and other mechanics about the same. An industrious man Is never idle, and with a few year.s' labor any intelligent lowa farmer will have a good start, without inconvenience from cold weather or expense from winter feeding of stock. Crafton. Editor Herald. — Craftou is a place remarkably pleasantly situated 10 miles from Han Bernardino on the zanja leading from Mill creek canon to Old San Bernardino, and for health fulness and pleasantness of appear ance is decidedly unequalled iv South ern California. This may seem like saying a good deal, but it is neverthe less true. It is located at the base of the foot hills near San Bernardino Mountains, where the air is dry and pure, and so seldom visited by fogs, that one may say there never are any. When Northers are raging elsewhere, there they are only a stiff wind, with no dust whatever. The water is di rectly from mountain springs and is pure and good. There is also abun dance of shade, and the cool, clear mountain stream running near the house, adds much to the agreeableness of the situation, as well as adding sev eral degrees to the coolness of the tem fierature of the surroundings. The ower story of the house is of adobe, which is always very cool and com fortable in the notest weather. Iv the seasons of fruit the place is abundantly supplied, having large vineyards, apple and peach orchards, with a plentiful supply of apricots, nectarines, pears, etc., of which boarders are welcome to enjoy to the fullest extent, besides all this—and much more might be said in favor of the place—the proprietor, Mr. Crafts, is a most pleasant, agreeable and ac commodating gentleman, who .Is ever ou the alert to do all that can be done for the comfort of his boarders, aud the good landlady, his wife, will al ways give you a good clean table, well provided, and a clean bed. This place, whether for invalids or others sojourn ing in the vicinity for health or pleas ure, cannot be surpassed or even equalled in the particulars already mentioned, while the price of board is very reasonable. J. W. B. During the change of men at three o'clock Mouday lv the Consolidated Virginia mine, Befirui Bourulr, a Frenchman, fell from the cage when within thirty feet of the top of the shaft, to the 1500-foot level, and was crushed to a shapeless mass. The Marysvillianstalk of organizing an Immigrant Bureau, after the style of Sacramento. Passengers Coming. The Orizaba sailed for Wilmington at 9 o'clock yesterday morning, with the following named passengers: C T Longstreet and wife, Miss Patterson, Miss M H Caldwell, S W Gregory, J W Catick, C H Bradley, E A Maserve and son, J L Mann, wife and child, P Bristol, F Schreiber, F M Prindle, Col J Hamiltou, wife and four children, H Hamilton, M H Huston, George P Adams, L Krauseand wife, H G Web ster and wife. R Cole, J Lorber, jr, D C Hay ward, Mrs.l Wheeler and dautr, Miss Kearny, H H Whaley, N Che nawe, E A Culver, E Caldwell, 8 Lewis, Hashray, Mrs M H Huston, J Davis, Mrs J E James, A J Currey, H Foster, Mrs Wilkins and daughter, M Fox, wife and four children, F R Rampe, wife and sister, G T Fisher, E H Corbit. Depatiures per Ancon. The following is the passenger list of the Ancon, which sailed for San Francisco yesterday: G D Plato, H Armee, P Baul, Mrs E Holcomb aud daughter, Mrs C C Hutchingson, Mr Sontag, A D Kennedy, J Standring, W Hodsdon, W G Mowhinney, G R Wensel, J Bridger, J W Madegan, A F Brown, H G Whitlock, E Fletcher, C Edmunds, H Aldrich, H X White, M Loucks, R Fuller, C Miller, A 1) Ford, J C Crave, E Burton, J Mat thews, D Lundy, W G Nelson, H A Crooks, Dr Coi btisiee and family, N C McClure, Miss F L McClure, P Spur geou, W N Davidson and 2 children, Mrs N B Baldwin, C L Dull, A W Gilson, G D Edwards, VV Patterson, J Patterson, C Hoich, Mrs C Miller, Mrs D Lun ly, Mrs James. For Santa Barbara: J Shradee, W Ring, H F Frost, S Reiss, and five in steerage. COURT REPORTS. Wist rict Court—Skpci.vkda, J. Tuesday, May 18. Kirkpulrlck vs. Steen.—Verdict for plaintiff for 9100. H. Newmurk A Co. vs. S. Brownstone.—Or dered that defendant pay to Sheriff $460, sub ject to the judgment in this case. Cook vs. BuphraL—Demurrer argued and submitted. Robinson vs. G1 cason.—Fi nd logs for plain tiff Sled; stay oi proceedings for — days. Chllds vs. McDonald.—Set tor Friday, at lv A. M. Chllds vs. Chlpley.—Demurrer overruled and twelve days given to answer. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTORS. Deeds tiled for record for the 48 hours eudlng April 30, 1875, as reported for the Ukkai.o by Judson, Gillette A Smith, Ex aminers of Title, No. 39, Spring street, Los Angeles: Francisco Lopez to Wm. H. Perry.—Blocks 0, P and Q, ln lot 1 of Block 63, Hancock's sur vey donation lots, city: 8 ,50u. Sutnl. Hellman to Wm. Levision.—Section 7 of Block 104, Bellevuo Terrace; 8150. B. D Wilson to O. P. Ergenbrigiit.—Agree ment to convey lot 1 of range 2, Alhambra Tract, 5 acres, 8750. A. Robinson, Trustee, to J. J. Glnn.—N.W. \i of rtee. 3(,T. 3 S., R. 10 W.; $1,600. Chas. McClay et al. to H. L. Ch pman.— Lots 2,3 ana 4 in block 75; also lolsi,sand6 in block 45; also lots 1, 2 and 3 In block 106, San Fernando; $2'jo. A. M. Rogers to Rulph Rogers.—W. half of lot No. 2, range No. 4 of the Temple it Gibson tract, Kaucho San Pedro. J. R. Tobermitn to John G. Capron.—Grant or's interest in a lot on Main street betweeu Commercial aud Kequena; $2,5U0. W. R. Rowland, Sheriff, to Eldred <fc Lord.— Lot 24x40 feeton West sideof New High street, city. Fred Dohs to E. W. Hawkins.-Lot No. 27 of Ballesteros Tract; i-75. Klcu..nl Matthews io J. R. Toberman.—Lot 1, block 102 of the Bellevue Terrace Tract; $760. L W. Lord to Mary Hawks.—Feet feet off ot lot 6. block li, of Mott tract, city; $700. Antonio P. de Romero to Salisbury Haley. —Lot 1, block 36, Urd's survey, city. Apollonia Huber to Mary : . humueker. Lot 8 and 9 In block 53, Ord's survey, Huber truct, city; $1,000. D. Rlvara to M. Keller.—Lot on Also street, city; $800. F. W. Poscbke to Jacob Phlllppl.—Lots 9 and 10 in PvKchke tract, city; $600. Peter Rlebuids to Jas. C. Fish.-Lot 21, Ana helm: $360. Manuel Dominguez et ux. to John Winters. —Lot on East side of Yale street, 54x165 feet, city; $420. F. P. F. Temple to T. W. Temple.—Lots 3 and 4 in block A of the Mott truct, city; $1, --hs). Newoomb Graves et ux. to Geo. R. Elliott.— Portion of lot 13, Section Bti, In Rancho Azuta de Duarte, containing 1» acres; $400. J. B. Bushurd to Thomas F. Barboe.—Lot 8 in block 4, East Los Augeles-$415. W. M. WllliHir.H to A. M. LaWrenco et ai.~ I.ots stt and 40 In block73of Ord '» survey, city; $375. ■ ■, F. W. Peschhe to Fred Sleeker.—Lots 11 and 12 ln Peschke T.uct, fronting on Macy street, cKy; $600. 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 stock. ml During last month 6,782 tons of ore were orushed at the Consolidated Vir ginia mill; the average yield is about $107 per ton, making the sum of $720, --000 from this one mill. During the post week the Crown Point mine has yielded ore at tbe rate of 550 tons per day, the Belcher 500. Consolidated Virginia4so and theOphir 150, making a daily product of 1,650 tons of first class ore from four of the leading mines. Night before last a miner named F. Pollox fell down the Overman pump shaft to the 900-foot level. He was badly bruised, but it is hoped he will recover. HOTEL ARRIVALS. BACKMAN HOUSE-Mr. A Mrs. Backman. Saul 8 Green, S F W H Spurgeon, H Ana. T W Willie, Mo. S Cohen, 8 F. 8 L Potter A wf, Mich J II Meade, 8 F. W W Potter, do Mrs Purdy, Tustin. Mrs Lyons, do Cant Mullar, BF. Miss N Chase, do C A Stork, Santa Barb. Gertrude Silllman.SF.T W More do Geo Knox, Santa Barb. ST. CHARLES—SaIari A Garing, Proprietors. P C Torner, Spadra. H L Thompson, City. L C Grander, H Ber. R F House, LA. J Mullen, S F. T W Moore, Sta Barb. E Fletcher, do C A Stork, do L Selental, 8 Ber. J W Thornpsnn,Canada J Audreal, do R Ranunon, Sta Barb. Q H Thomas, 111. W H Norway, do Mrs Peterson A child. Mrs Opdyke, do H Choice, L A I R R. V Dunn, N Y. H G Staab, Mrss. P Fay, S F. LAFAYETTE—FIuhr A Gerson, Proprietors. J Titbits, El Monte E Taylor, St Monica J B Haviland, lowa C Van Winkle, N V B 8 Haviland, do M Ramirez, do D Reardon, N V • UN ITED STATES-Hammel A Denker, Prps. B Whiting A wf, 8 F A Spoukel, S Bernar G Lanson, do W G Mnkinley, do E Stump A wf, do W C Long, do H C Churchill, do P McArln, do H Gilette. do ORWenzel, do JD Kennedy, do WJ Scott, SPRR T Kelley, do J Hanton, Monte E M Everson, do MA Peters, Orange J P Komp, do G L Billy, S Ferndo D Winter, do F G Yapp, do S Bennett, do G V Buck, Sacra G Kellmer, do A Rttchbrook A w.loa F Kellmer, do C Homer, S Luis Key R Stevenson, do J DeLong, 111 H Taylor, do V Dunn, N J Win Conn, do H G Stunb, Mass N Allen, Nev E T Clapp, Wis G D Ho. k,Mo Robt Draught, Oaklnd J G Krebß, lowa R P Brouse, do W E Hedrick, T Anderson, S Ferndo D O'Ciillahan, Spadra L Aguila, do E Rinkcr, Anaheim NEW ADVERTISEMENT. PICNIC OF thk FRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, OF LOS ANOELES, Sunday, May 23, '75, AT THI AEEOYO SECO. The amusements of the dny will be varied and interest lug, comprising HACK-RACING, TARGET - SHOOTING. DANCING, AND Games or A. 11 Soft*. DESMOND'S BAND Will be on hand. BAR AND RESTAURANT On the Ground. Price of Admission FIFTY CENTS LADIES FHEK. myl6 td A RARE CHANCE. Elegant Villa, Orchard and Vineyard Sites -IK THK — SAN GABRIEL FRUIT BELT. ALHAMBRA LAND. MESSRS. WILSON & SHORB, The proprietors of the Alhambra Tract, near the Mission, will offer for sale, In small tracts, in tho vicinity of the reservoir where tbe water Is now flowing, lrom Two to Three Hundred Acres Intending purchasers can Inform themselves of particulars by applying to C CABOT, Temple Block, "i at Lake Vineyard, to B. O. WILSON, ap2Btf J. Bell ART If NHOBB. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS! MENDEL MEYER Has just returned from San Francisco with a complete Summer stock or I>RY GOODS AND CLOTHING, He invites his friends to call on him and ex amine his stock at the well known stand, cor ner of Los Angeles and Commorclal steeets. my 18 tl J. U WARD. O. P. SMITH. SMITH & WARD, (SUCCESSORS TO J. li, WARD) Auction & Commission Merchants IMPORTERS OF EASTERN MAN UFACTURES, a an DCALBRS IK Grain, Wool & Produce, No. 8 Commercial St., Los Angeles. HAVING PERFECTED RELIABLE CON nectlons with Eastern cities, we are pre pared to All orders fer Eastern goods or to ad vance on consignments of approved merchan dise or produce. myl2 tf GO TO THE POSTOFFICE STATIONERY STORE — foe- LAW-BLANKS, NEWSPAPERS, — AVO-- GE.NERAL STATIONERY rayg tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. POSTPONED SALE! THE HALE OF FORTY-FOUR CITY fcfty'i, 30 by 140 Feet, FRONTING ON f Temple Street, Sand Street, A S D Cemetery Avenue, HAS BEEN POSTPOIVED —UNTIL— Saturday, May 22,1875, 12 ILvT. The above property comprises cholee city lots, on the elevated lands, so desirable for residences, and within a few minutes' walk of Temple Block. It is situated to the East of the four handsome new Beaudry cottages on Temple street, and is one of the finest and most eligible sites for residences in the city. WATER SUPPLY. The water supply, for the present, is from the Beaudry Works; but the property will have the advantage of the City Water Works as soon as the Fort Hill Reservoir shall have been constructed. TERMS. This sale will be peremptory. Terms, CASH. M. KREMER, my 16 td City Clerk. SELECT SCHOOL, For Males and Females. THE FIRST QMUARTER OF THIS I Institution will open on Monday, May 10, 1875. The location of this School—Spring street below Third, West side, is such as to combine the advantages of quiet, retired play-grounds and freedom from all Improper associations, while it Is within easy access of all parts of the city. The premises will be tit ted up with a view to the comfort and pleasure of the pu pils. The aim in instruction will 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 trainiugof 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 <fc Thayer's Real Estate Office this week, or at school-rooms after date of opening. 3. D. DORLAN, « Principal. Los Angeles, April 27th. ap2B tf SUPERIOR GRADE FRENCH AND SPANISH MERINO RAMS For sale by the SAN FERNANDO SHEEP CO. For further particulars enquire at H. NEWMARK'B, Or at the premises, thirteen miles North of Los Angeles, on the Santa Barbara stage road. my2lm I. I.A.VKKRNHI.W. A CARD. 7b Hij/ friend* and the public of Los Angele*: I hereby return you my sincere thanks for your kind sympathy and earnest support in this my time of trouble. But, for the satisfac tion of all, I will stgte here that I have arisen from the ruins once more, and in a few days will be running In full blast a\ r ain. Having rented tho store No. 15 Mala street, Siguoret's new building, I will ln 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 turued out, and will show to the public that the ACME OF FASH ION is not dead yet and tbat , proprietor will be found there as affable au.' accommo dating as ever. With these few remarks I will close by thanking my patrons tor past favors, and hoping a continuation of the same. I remain your humble servant, D. W. FITZPATRICK. Fashionable Tailor, No. Ift Matn street, Mg norei's new building, opposite Pico House, Los Angeles. myl2tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, New Aliso St., Los Angeles. HENRY LEMMERT Proprietor HAVING RECENTLY PURCHASED the interest of Messrs. Gavltt A White ln tbe PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, I beg leave to state that having enlarged and Improved the said Brewery, I am now pre pared to furnish the old customer*, friends and the public generally with tho very best of BEER AND ALE In Southern Oalifornia. mw Family Cv urn promptly attended to.-wu myl tf PURE BRED POULTRY. FOR SALE OF THE FOLLOW INU JCj pure bred varieties: Dark Brahmas, Buff Cochins, White-faced Black Spanish, Brown Legharns, at $5 per setting of 1H eggs, White Leghorns, the best layers, non-setters, |3 per setting: two settings for $5. Address, BRUNK 4 B.RUCK, mrl» toy* Box 40 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. SMTI GERTRUDES LANDS. 6,000 ACRES. 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, 530 and 40 ACRE TRACTS. The Rich Bottom Lands, of which there are over 2,000 acres, produce two crops per an num, viz: Barley, Oats, or Rye sixty bushels to the acre, and Corn one hundred bushels per acre. This is also the finest possible land for Alfalfa and all kinds of fruits and vegeta bles. The flrst-class Mesa or Table lands, a large portion of which can be irrigated, is the finest in the county. Table, Wine and Raisin Qrapes of the best quality grow here to per fection. Orange, Lemon, Lime, Almond, and Wal nut Orchards flourish most luxuriantly and yield surprising profits. Orange orchards in full bearing yield their fortunate owners $1,000 per year per acre. The Association has Just completed a WATER DITCH Over the choicest portion of theh 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 agaiu. Rail Road Improvements. The rew railroad Is completed at Anaheim and runs directly along the southe-n portion of our tract. We will offer lands within from oue three miles of Downey City as well adapted for corn as any now under cultiva tion, and there are none better in the world. THE CLIMATE Is unsurpassed. It revives the invalid and ir resistably draws to open air occupation and enjoyment. Our tract is about ten miles from Los Ange les, the same distance trom Anaheim, two miles trom Doaney City, and from one to four miles from Xorw.dk Stat lou. The Terms, which will be easy, w! ♦ «■ nouueed. JONES & NOYES, Auctioneers. EDWARD MoLEAN, Managing Agent. mrlO