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Special Notices.
Borrowing money upon tiie Installment
plttu Is attended with those advantages: The
h.nn OSB hi repaid In small monthly amounts
which include the Interest and part of the
principal, so tbat by the expiration ot the
term il ban be all paid without an" great in
convenience to tho borrower. The rate oi in
ter* si is generally lower. Tho expenses of ob
taining the money are not so great as in ordl
n - \ loans, and if tt is borrowed upon good
pacing ptoperty then It often happens that
it. rei. s will meet the monthly Installments
ami In Lime pay off Ihe debt.
For inrtber and other particulars Inquire of
W. H. J BROOKS,
Agent for Savings and Loan Society,
ttir > 18-tf. No. 12 Spring Street.
Clock repairing a specialty. Mr. A.
W. Pratt, a practical clock maker from
the Ansonk! Clock Manufacturing Co.,
and late adjuster for the National
Clonk Co. of San Francisco, has taken
the new show window at 36 Spring st.,
where ho will repair clocks in a first
class manner. Satisfaction guaran
teed. tnl2tf
Buy city lots planted with orange
t lees. Mr. Morgau now otters 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,
Aye years oid and in good condition.
These lots are subdivisions of the
"Thomas Tract," lying and fronting
on the South side oi' First street, about
one hundred und fifty yards from and
East of the railroad to Wilmington.
On the West the tract fronts on 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; oue-button bid atB7J cts. per
pair. Extra heavy brown aud bleach
ed sheeting at 12J cts. per yard; good
brown and bleached sheeting 10 yards
for $1, at the Bazaar, corner of Main
and Kequena streets. ml:lm
125 gents' cheviot suits, in frocks
and sacks, at $14, worth $20; 500 pairs
heavy cassiniere pants at $4 per pair,
worth $6, at the Bazaar, corner Main
and Requena streets, opposite the U.
8. 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
half 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
eost,and others, such as cottons, table
linen, etc., at exact cost. We advise
nil to call at the Important und 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
25 pieces summer poplins, reduced
to 25 cts. per yard; 50 pieces grass
cloth, reduced to 15 cts. per y&rd;
Lawns Picques Nansook Grenadines
and other dress goods In great variety
ai the lowest prices at the Bazaar, cor
ti ; of Main and Requena streets, opp.
V. S. Hotel. ml :1m
t he 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. mlrlm
atrThe principal organs of sense are con
centrated to the face. It is therefore worthy
of beiug crowned by all Gentleman, with one
ofthe superior hats which can be had at Des
mond's, Msln Street, mart.
I i
For Ladles and Families, the St. Charles
Restauraut is the nicest place in the city.
mar.l-t I
Insurance vceney —Commercial of Califor
ifomla. Fire and Marine, assets $.300,000; Cali
fornia Insurance Co., assets $500,000; Fire As
sociation of Philsdelpnia, Incorporated 1820,
assets $6,000,000. These companies transact
their business at the lowest paying rates,
charging for each risk according to the hazard
as-aimed, without reference to any Insurance
combination or arbitrary trhTs. AU losses
promptly adjusted and paid.
a McLELLAN, Agent.
Office of Q., N. A P. S. S. Co.,
fe2o 61 Main street, Los Angeles.
Silver and gold plating; electrotyplng; Ivory
and metal turning; glass and metal drilling.
Locks, keys, seals and key-checks, stencil and
door-plates made to order; knives and surgi
cal instruments ground and saws died and set;
p irasolsaud canes mended; musical Instru
ments repaired; meerschaum pipes cleaned
snd mounted; model making and repairs on
iiil fancy work and machinery, from a pin to
v locomotive. All kinds of sewing machlues
ismght, sold und repaired. Come and see the
new sewing machine engine. Sewing Ma
chine Exchange,39 Spring St. deSO tf
600 gents' cloth Summer hats, at 50
cts. apiece; extra heavy gents' satinet
pants Irom $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 fora good meal, with
a good cup ot coffee or tea to drink with it.—
There is probably no restaurant on the Pacific
eoaa where so many of the substantial* and
so many ofthe luxuries may be had lor 25 cis.
Don't forget the place—Moore's Restaurant,
Commercial street. Private eating rooms have
been neatly fitted up for the accommodation
of ladles. i
Wm. Farrell, at No. 19 Court street,
attends to all business in the way of
plumbing and gas and steam pipe fit
ting. He guarantees satisfaction in
all cases and charges reasonable prices.
He also refiuishes old gas fixtures,
making them as good as new. Also,
agent for the " Em pi re gas-burner"
and "Economic gas-governor"—both
valuable acquisitions to fixtures of a
house and great savings over the old
style apparatus. Remember the place,
No. 19 Court streei. mrlo:tf
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
EDWARD A.. PREUSS
Is a candidate for County Treasurer at the ap
proachtng 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,
I.m raiUM
Desires a second term only. myl
THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1875.
One of the most effective steps that
could be taken toward the breaking
up of the land monopoly which ex
ists in the San Joaquin Valley and
other portions of the State, would bo
the inauguration of a general or State
system of irrigation. If the revenue
necessary to cai ry out the scheme is
raised from the land benefited, the as
sessment on the large tracts now held
by men who will neither cultivate
them nor permit others to do so, will
be so heavy that tbey will soon realize
the necessity for realizing from their
lands something more than the mere
rental for sheep range, ln the prepa
ration of a bill looking to the passage
of an irrigation law, this important
consideration should be kept steadily
in view.
The Railroad Prospect.
In our local columns will be found
a paragraph from the Sail Francisco
almost confirms tbe views
of the Herald expressed some weeks
since, that the Los Angeles and Inde
pendence Railroad would sortn form a
part of a trans-continental road which
would make this city its Western ter
minus. It appears that Jay Gould,
who now has a heavy interest is the
Union Pacific road, isanxious-to effect
direct railroad communication with
this part of the coast, and to that end
he is consulting with Senator Jones
on the practicability of connecting the
road from this city with the Utah
Central. If this enterprise is carried
out it will be productive of grand re
sults to this part of the State. The
road will pass through a rich mineral
section, and through extensive coal
fields. It will cause the immediate
development of these gold and silver
mines, and bring into market the pro
duct of the coal fields. The through
road will be worth millions of dollars
annually to Southern California.
Street Opening.
We fully endorse an article in a late
number of the Express on opening
the streets. There are a number of
streets in the city which must be
opened and there are several others
that need straightening. The doing
of this work is but a question of time,
and there is uo time like the present
for doing what ought to be done. It
will cost citizens and city less to open
and straighten streets now than here
after. Property is rapidly increasing
in value and the longer the work is
put off the greater the cost and the
greater the necessity. The obstruc
tions in Los Augeles street should be
removed at once and intersecting
streets with Main and San Pedro
streets and with other streets running
parallel with these are becoming so
necessary that their opening cannot
be much longer delayed. We desire
to impress it. upon the Council that
these improvements can be made at
less cost now than hereafter. In San
Francisco the custom is to assess the
property enhanced in value by the
opening of new streets to pay for the
private property used in the opening.
This plan may be adopted here to a
great extent and the expense to the
city thus greatly reduced. If the
city would keep pace in appearance
with her growth and prosperity, she
must make straight streets of her
crooked by-ways anil open the thor
oughfares needed for the prosecution
of Iter commercial pursuits.
Insult to Immigrants.
We presume that if the immigrants
now coming into this State were told
that they were a different class of peo
ple from those who came here in '49;
that they were wanting in the energy,
enterprise aud industry which char
acterized the early settlers, they would
deny the imputation and assert them
selves the equal iv manhood and in
dustry of any who have preceded
them. We imagine that the people
coming here now are coming on their
own responsibility and expect to rely
on their own means and efforts for
the support of themselves and families.
Yet, such does not seem to be the con
clusion of many of California's people
and journals. We hear of prepara
tions for the immigrants and in one
or two instances charitable individu
als have suggested the establishment
of soup houses at which the impecun
ious Immigrant might obtain the
means to keep soul and body together
without money and without price.
However well these propositions may
be meant, we cannot but regard them
as libels on our State and insults to
the men and women seeking homes
on the Pacific coast. Bureaus of in
formation, circulars, pamphlets and
other means for enabling the new
comer to inform himself as to the
most desirable place to locate, are all
very well and will serve a good purpose,
but the assumption that immigrants
are paupers, beggers and alms-takers,
is neither creditable to those now here
nor those on their way here. We do
not believe that many of tbe immi
grants now coming to California will
patronize free soup houses, and we
hope they are not a class who will
thank us for extending them such
liberal, though thin, hospitality. The
State will not be benefited by the in
flux of such people, and should they
come, we had much rather subscribe
to a fund to send them back to the
place from whence they came, than to
induce them to remain by the dispen
sation of free soup.
Disseminate Information.
In view of the fact that thousands
of persons in the East are now seek
ing information relative to the soil
and climate of California, for the pur
pose of definitely determining whether
they shall or shall not seek homes
there, and in order to controvert the
misrepresentations of Southern Cali
fornia which the San Francisco and
Sacramento papers seem determined
to keep before their readers, we have a
proposition to make to our Chamber
of Commerce aud to those of our citi
zens interested iv drawing to this part
of the State a desirable class of immi
gration. It is that they adopt some
means for placing in the hatids of in
tended immigrants copies of the local
papers. The weekly Issues of the
Herald and of the other papers pub
lished in this city contain a vast
amount of reliable Information con
cerning Southern California, of the
character which persons who contem
plate coming to this State most desire.
Fourteen months ago the Herald
commenced the work of describing
Los Angeles Valley—its soil, climate,
resources, its preseut condition and
future prospects. We have steadily
applied ourselves to the task up to the
present time, and as a result of our
labor we point to the hundreds of fam
ilies now residents of this valley who
testify that they were induced to come
here through information obtained
from the columns of the Weekly
Herald. This source of information
may be greatly enlarged by the
Chamber of Commerce and wealthy
individuals ordering and sending East
our weekly papers in larger numbers
than are sent from the offices of pub
lication. The plan is adopted in the
middle portions of the State and as
the papers sent from there contain
nothing favorable of Southern Califor
nia, it behooves our people to meet
those misrepresentations with the
facts, the evidence of which is found
in our own papers.
Los Angeles Choral Society.
Editor Herald: For one, I very
much regret that so few of our citi
zens were present at the concert given
last week by this society, ami also
that such brief aud unsatisfactory re
ports were published by the daily pa
pers. Many of the most distinguished
musicians of this city have voluntar
ily associated themselves together
under the leadership of Prof. Havell,
not only for musical improvement,
but for the purpose of elevating the
standard of musical entertainments
and of the public taste. The necessity
for sucli an organization has long been
felt, and this effort to supply the want
is worthy the highest commendation.
The members of the Choral Society
are all personally and favorably
known in our city as ladiesand gentle
men of real worth, of fine musical
taste and eminent artistic ability, cer
tainly not second to any of the trav
eling troupes which have drawn
crowded houses during the past Win
ter. After a few weeks careful prepa
tion, a programme of real interest was
prepared. The selections were in
every instance adapted to a cultivated
popular taste and consisted of solos,
duetts, quartettes and choruses—a
choice variety. Every part was well
sustained. Probably no musical en
tertainment ever given iv our city
displayed finer musical talent, greater
correctness of execution or a higher
degree of cultivation The expression
of sentiment was natural and forcible.
This was especially apparent in the
solos sung by Mrs. Stoneman and Miss
Edelman. As a musical entertain
ment, this first concert was a success
in the highest and truest sense. It
was a benefit given in and of one of
our churches and thus evinced a spirit
of noble liberality and generous be
nevolence worthy the highest praise.
As it is the province of music to cast a
refining and elevating influence over
tbe soul, this manifestation of real
charity struck a cord of deeper har
mony than ever vibrated from lute or
harp. It is to be hoped that the mem
bers of the Choral Society will take
courage and persevere in their very
laudable undertaking and that by
their superior skill and earnest efforts
they will overcome all indifference
ana soon enjoy, as they deserve, the
respect, confidence and patronage of
the community. \V.
Those Pottaville Miners.
Pottsvillk, Pa., May 18th.—Last alght, at
New Kirk colliery, near Tamauquad, as some
workmen were returning from the mine, they
were attacked by twenty-five mcu,stoned and
■red upon. John Shirley was shot and wound
ed in tne head. A man named Ochman was
badly hurt hy the stones. Others were in
jured. The trouble was occasioned by these
men resuming work in the mines.
A Breeze in New Hampshire.
Concoro, N. H., May 18th.—The Executive
Committee of the Republican State Commit
tee are In session at Eagle hotel, with closed
doors. Prominent Republicans from all parts
of tho State arc ln attendance. They report
that the Republicans throughout the entire
State are aroused on the Senatorial Issue of
usurpation of power by a co-ordinate branch
of the government. The Hon. Daulel Chls
ley, of Dover, one of the oldest and best law
yers in the State, says that he has never been
consulted by Governor Weston. His opinion
is that the action of tbe Governor on tbe Sen
atorial question Is unconstitutional and with
out precedent.
The Feeling in Whisky.
Chicago, May 18th.—This afternoon tho
distillers were surprised by a new move on
the part of tbe Government, which may bo
very embarrassing to them. W. 8. Goldson,
B. F. Phlpot, Richard H. Watson, Frank A.
Eastman and Isaac Butlerberser were arrest
ed on a warrant charging them with conspi
racy to defraud the Government. All of
them gave bonds and will be duly examined
by Commissioner Hayne to-morrow.
European Crop Prospect.
London. May 18th,—The Mark Lane Bbcprwu
says tbat there has been a marked Improve
ment In the temperature of the past week,
reaching tbe highest point attained ln the
summer, and altering the face ofthe country.
This, coming on a dull market, has made
business still more difficult. Had high prices
been paid, a smart decline would have fol
lowed; but at present there is no move for an
abatement. All over Europe a beneficial
change has been felt, but the markets are lit
tle altered, prices being perhaps a shilling
lower.
San Francisco Items.
San Francisco, May 18th.—A German, J.
H. Flßhback, was fount! dead thin morning
In tbe basement of California Market, having
committed suicide by strangulation. He had
been employed hy John R. Stege A Co. an
collector. On Wednesday last Stege found
his accounts apparently fraudulent and
called him to account for it. Fishback left
and bud not been seeu since, until he was
found dead this morning. Stege thinks he
must have committed suicide shortly after
tbo conversation with him. Deceased was
a single man and aged about IS years.
The pilot-boat J. C. Cousins went ashore on
South Reach, abreast the Ocean-side House,
about 3 o'clock this morning, und will proba
bly prove a total wreck. Thore were nine
I'crsonson board, all or whom got ashore.
The cause of the rtlsaster Is somewhat myste
rious, as the night wus clear. It is supposed
thai the watch on deck went to sleep.
A man named John Barrett was arrested to
day for attempting to bum Long Bridge, over
Mission Bay. The bridge was Bred on the
morning oi the 13th nit., but was extinguish
ed. Another attempt was made about five
o'clock this morning, but was »iso discovered
before much dxinuge was done. Barrett made
a de*peiulo resistance against the officers,
getting away several times before the prison
was renched.
Sympathy for Hutchings.
Yoskmite, May 19t b.--A meeting of tourists
at the valley was held on tiie 17th inst., to
express the sympathy ofthe temporary resi
dents ol the valley with J. M. Hutchings upon
his ejectment from his homo here. Gen. J.
Gartlcld of Ohio presided. J. R. Hardenberg
of California was Secretary. A committee of
three was appointed, consisting of W. M.
Gage of New York, J. Buhl of Michigan and
J. A. Hobert, to uraft resolutions expressive
of the sense ofthe meeting.which were unan
imously adopted. A resolution was passed
that in the opinion of the meeting, the State
of California should take steps to Improve
the roads and hotel accommodations ln tho
valley.
NEW TO-DAY.
The Los Angeles and Independence
Railroad
From Shoo Fly i don't you bodder mo; Landing
Is being rapidly constructed, and will be a
groat lienefli to this city, but not to be com
pared with the Immense stock of cigars, to
baccos, smokers' articles, gents' furnishing
and fancy goods which is always to be had at
the well known placcsof the advertiser. They
beat anything on record. They should be ex
amined by everyone before purchasing else
where. A fine fitting shirt with a nice tie,
walking cane of the latest style, leading a pet
tlog with an English collar, a two-bit or tbree
lor-a-balf Bouquet (in a meerschaum holder),
such Is life. All this can be enjoyed by call
ing at the " Identicals."
I. GOLDSMITH,
38 Main St., under Buckman House,
And at 107 Main St., next to W., F. 4 Co.'s
Express. mr3l
OFFICIAL.
SECRETARY'S OFFICE, )
SO. DI.S. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OFCAL.,>
Los ANOELES, May 15, 1875. J
At the regular mouthly meeting of this So
ciety, held in this city on the 3d of April, 1875,
and a quorum being present, the following
resolution was offered by Dr. John S. Griffin
and unanimously adopted:
Jtesofrorf. That Mai. Ben. C. Truman, Hon.
H. K. S.O'Melveny and Hon. F. A. MoDougall
do constitute aeominlttee with full powerand
authority to act ln all matters with direct ref
erence to raising the capital stock of the
Southern District Agricultural Society from
150,000 to 860,0i0, and from 000 shares to t)00
shares in a legal manner.
And that said Cor'inittee oause to be pub
lished a legal notice to the effect that on a cer
tain day, at a stockholders' meeting of this
Society said proposition will be submitted to
the members of this Society; and further,
That said Committee do ascertain the in
debtedness of this Society, and tlx the price
of the unsold stock and report the same at
the next regular meeting ofthe Society.
At tho next meeting of the Society, held in
Los Angeles on the Bth day of May, 1875, a
quorum being present, the following report of
the above-named Commlttoo was read and
unanimously adopted:
To tho President and Directors and Stockhold
ers of the Southern District Agricultural
Society of Calilornls:
The undersigned Committee, to whom was
referred the subject of Increasing the stock of
the corporation and ascertalng the debts of
said corporation required to be paid as soon
as practicable, respectfully reports that by a
vote of the stockholders at t regular meeting
ofthe Society, the same in theiropinlon may
be legully done.
That upon examination of the Articles of
Incorporation on file in the Clerk's oflice, as
well as upon reading and examining the Con
stitution and By-Laws of the Society, there is
no particular sum of money limited or speci
fied as capital stock of said corporation; and
the only reference mudc to l hat subject is sim
ply a rosolution adopted by the Society and
recorded among its proceedings.
We are, therefore, ofthe opinion that no le
?:al obstacle exists lo prevent this Society
rom Increasing the capital stock of said Soci
ety from five hundred shares to six hundred
shares, as indicated in your late resolution in
the appointment ol this Committee. Upon
the report of the Secretary of tbis compar
and corporation, which we believe to be relia
ble and correct, we report as the Indebtedness
which it is necessary to take steps to provide
means for the early and prompt payment, to
amount to the sum of about. 810,000', and to ac
complish that object consistent with the prin
ciples indicated In the resolution of the So
ciety by which we were appointed, we re
spectfully submit the followfagresolution, to
wit:
First—That the eapiial stock of said South
ern District Agricultural society be, and the
same is, hereby increased from $50,000 to the
sum of $60,000, and that the samo be divided
Into shares of one hundred dollars each, and
that the aggregate number of shares of said
stock is hereby fixed at tbe number of six
hundred instead of five hnndred shares, as
heretofore authorized.
Second—That each stockholder as represent
ed by tbe number of shares now owned by
him or her, shall be entitled to receive of the
additional shares ot stock hereby authorized
to be issued, one additional share of stock for
each share of stock now owned or held by
such stockholdrr.oii payment to the Treasurer
of said Society the sum of thirty-flve ($35.00)
dollars for each additional sharo of stock so
paid for, and on presentation of the Treasu
rer's receipt to the Secretary oi the Society.
And such certificates ofsharesof stock shall be
held by the respective holders as paid-up
stock in full, and shall so express on the face
ot tbe certificates of stock so issued, and in no
case shall he be liable to pay assessments.
Third—That in case any stockholder In s dd
Society now • wnlng shares of stock, declines
to receive and accept an equa! number of
shares of the additional stock to the shares of
stock now held and owned by him or her, la
that even th sharM of additional stock so
remaining un; ■ "pted by such shareholder
ahull be sold lv • | irate shares to any stock
holder who will bid ihe highest price therefor,
but no bid hall be accepted of a less sum
than $85 per share, ihe sale to be, after due
notice, at public auction.
Fourth—That upon these resolutions being
adopted by a majorily vote, by ballot, of the
stockholders of the Society, it shall bo the
duty of the President and Secretary of thlsSo
clety to Issue ami dd.ver to each stockholder
who presents the Treasurer's receipt ot the
payment of thlrly-flve dollars for each share
of stock owned by him, an additional share of
stock under tho seal of this eorporation.whlch
shares of additional stock so issued shall ex
press on tho face thereofthat tbe same Is paid
In full, or if a stock holder of the original stock
heretofore issued shall njt desire to take an
equal number of shares of the new stock to
that held and owned by him of the orlgnal
stock. In that case such stockholder shall be
entitled to such less number as he may destro
to accept, on payment of thlrty-flve-dollars for
each share, and the residue of the shares be
would be entitled to shalL be sold as provided
in resolution No. 3 hereof.
That all proceedings or resolutions hereto
fore adopted by this Society which are ln con
flict ln any manner with the foregoing resolu
tions, be, and the same are, hereby rescinded
and repealed.
BEN. C. TRUMAN.
H. K. S. O'MELVENY.
F. A. MacDOUGALL.
Upon the unanimous adoption of this report
it was orderod—
That the Secretary notify all stockholders of
this Society tbat at the next meeting the que*,
tion of increasing tiie capitalstobk, in accord
ance with tho foregoing report, will be voted
upon, und that all stockholders be notified to
be present at said meetings or send their prox
ies; and it Is further ordered that all the pro
ceedings be printed and mailed to each per
son owning stock ln the Society.
Now, therefore, I, James F. Burns, Secretary
of said Southern District Agricultural Society
of California, do officially notify each member
ofthe proceedings ln the premises and request
that they bo present, either in person or by
proxy, at the next meeting of said Society,
which will be held at the Society's private
room at t he Fashion Saloon, ln the city of Los
Angeles, on
Monday, June 7, 1875,
At 1 o'clock r. m. I would ulso state, for the
benefit ot those who are not residents of this
city, that the Society has been offered $100 per
sharo for its unsold 200 shares, by one party,
and tbat another party has made a still more
liberal offer for the land belonging to the So
ciety and not ln absolute use. It was the
above propositions that Induced the action lv
the premises. As it requires a majority vote
of ail stock sold, each member will please. If
be cannot be present ln person, to send his
proxy to some mom ber residing in the city of
Los Angeles, with Instructions how to vote.
my2l 8t JAMES F. BURNS, Secretary.
NEW TO-DAY.
THE SANTA MONICA
LAND ASSOCIATION
OFFER AT
PRIVATE SALE:
Eighty Choice Building Lots,
Beautifully situated; only Aye minutes' walk
from the
Los Angeles and Independ
ence Railroad.
This property fronts on tho Ocean, Soil of
the best quality.
GOOD WATER
Obtainable at a depth of thirty feet. The best
locality known In this part of California for
sea batbiug, and Is destined to become ihe
most famous
SEA-SHORE RESORT
On the Pacific Coast.
Any one desiring to purchase one or more
of these lots can make n choice for
8200 IN GOLD COIN,
Payablo one-third cash, one-third In six
months and one-third tn twelve months.
An Artesian Welt is now being sunk near
the property. For particulars, inquire of
J. 11. Ll < as. Agent,
my2l tf At U. S. Land Office.
BON TON SALOON,
No. 17 Main street, Slgnoret's New Building.
THE BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND
Cigars constantly on hand. Billiard Ta
ble in connection with the Saloon.
my2l tf VAN 4 CHAS. MEYERS.
FRED. EUPHRAT, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SPEGTAL
tv, diseases of children.
OFFICE —Over Helmsman's Drug Store,
Malu st root. myl9tf
W. BORROWE,
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF GOOD
year's Rubbor Goods and the celebrated
Hose of the Boston Belting Company. San
Francisco prices duplicated. All orders
promptly attended to. mylDtf
SEWING MACHINES.
ALL KINDS OF SEWING MA
chines sold, rented or exchanged ou easy
terms.
All kinds of Sewing Machine Attachments,
Needles, Oil, etc., on hand.
General Agency for Southern (.'aliforflia for
Remington and Victor Machines at Sewing
Machine Depot of
A.. M. J A IVES,
60 BPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES.
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TURN-VEREIN HALL
GRAND ITALIAN OPERA.
Wednesday and Friday,
May 10 and 21, 1875.
IL TROVATORE!
Verdi's Master-piece,
WITH ORA.NO CHORITS,
And a grand display of new costumes.
Count Di Luna SIG. MARRA
Fcrrando SIG. FERNANDEZ
Duchess Leonora MISS REIFFARTH
Ynez , MISS LOUISA
Azneena.aGipsy MAD. FRANZINI
Mnnrleo, the Trovator 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. myl3 td
FRENCH INSURANCE CORPORAT'N
OF PARIS, FRANCE.
« apltal 12,000,000 Fraucs
Surplus 13,522,570 Franca
FIRE RISKS AT CURRENT RATES.
J. L. WARD, Agent.
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SIMONDS"
FANCY CAKE BAKERY
AND ICE CREAM PALACE.
ALL STYLES OF FANCY CAKES,
Confections and Wedding Cakes made
to order. Strawberries and »;ream, Iced Soda
Water, fine French and domestic Candies of
our own make, n fine new stock of Clgars.Ten,
Chocolate Coffee, etc. myl3 tf
LOOK TO YOUR FIRE.
GREAT REDUCTION IN COAL!
— FROM —
$24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quantity, per ton, al
I. B. FERGUSON'S, Agent,
Coal yard, Corner of Spring and Court streets,
Los Angeles, Cal.
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BEDDING AND LOUNGE
FACTORY.
CARL HERBERGER,
INo. 13 Aliso Sti-eet,
IS PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE MAR
ket with
BEDDING OF ALL KINDS,
LOUI> O IB ,
AND
General Upholstering.
The proprietor is a practical manufacturer,
and guarantees satisfaction in all casus. Or
ders solicited.
A LSO
THE STOCK OF FURNITURE
Lutely purchased from
D. A. STERN
Will be sold
BELOW COST
To close out and make room for new goods.
Furniture and household goods bought, sold
and exchanged. Repalrleg also done at low
rates. my!2tf
j NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
STARBUCK
&
BUTLER,
REAL ESTATE
. '.t<
BROKERS,
No. 1 Temple Street
A few of the Great Bargains they
are offering for sale are as follows:
ELEGANT VILLA on Malu street,opposite
the residence of Gov. Downey; one ofthe
most stylish homes lv tlicciiy.Burrouiided
by beautiful fruit and ornamental trees;
lot 107.X.125.
CHARMING SUBURBAN RESIDENCE on
Pico street, containing7acres,embeltyshed
with 75 Orange, 25 Lemon, 30 Lima, 86
Walnut, 10 Pear, 25 Peach, and 25 Apricot
trees, all bearing; 2,(!00 Foreign Grape
Vines, splendid Artesian Well; a beauti
ful house of S 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 ou .Mala
street, corner of Third; 5 rooms; Stable;
Fruit Trees, Flowers, etc. A nice and
comfortable homo 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 invust
ment. Price, 81,900, the whole property
(new).
A NEW, HANDSOME and very convenient
Cottage,in centre of the city. The lot is
55x300, fronts on two streets; can bo di
vided; surrounded and shaded by bearing
fruit trees.
ALSO, 35 ACRES, with House, ou 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.-
Seventy acres, all fenced, embracing 40
acres of Vineyard; 4,000 Raisin Grapes,
bearing; other choice varieties; good
house; stables, etc; Wider Right secured.
$8,000; ono-third cash.
ALSO, SEVENTY ACRES, partly Improved;
Fenced; Water Right secured. The two
above sold together oi separate, $90 per
acre.
A FARM OF 25 ACRES, fronting ou Santa
Monica road; i'/l 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 heenn attend to; HQ
per acre.
ARTESIAN FARM—49 21-100 ncres next to
City Park; the most popular and success
ful of any new settlement In the State.
Terms easy.
ALSO, A FARM OF TWENTY ACRES in
the above town, ut *65 per acre. I 'heap.
VILLA AND CITY HOUSE LOTS,
Vt% ACRES on Adams and Figueroa street,
in the neighborhood of Gen. Lonstrectv
beautiful residence and next to .1. F.'God
frny's residence. For sale at a bargain If
applied for Immediately.
Large Villa lots,suitable locations for costly
houses, ln all the most charming parts ofthe
city. Some of tho lots arc in locations that
can only be secured once In a life-time.
VILLA LOTS ON THE HILL, back of the
residence ol Mayor Toberman. A few only
of them unsold:
One lot 80x180.
One lot 80x200.
Oue lot 80x300.
One lot 80x320.
81,000 each; easy terms; will be worth
double in six months.
LOT 00x185 on Hill street, between Fourth and
Fifth streets; 8050.
LOT ON BUNKER HILL AVENUE, corner
Second and Charily streets; splendid
view; 8650.
FOUR LOTS ON PEARL STREET, 00x105;
near Spring Street Railroad Station; uo
grading; best lots tn tho block; 8450 and
8400 each.
TWO LOTS of two ncres each on Downr ■> ft.
Just the thing to raise fruit on; $750. L
LOT 42.9x165 feet corner of Charity and
Eighth streets, Joining the lot on which is
being built by Mr. Starbuek seven of tbe
most beautiful cottages In the city,
4.\i ACRES near corner of Washlnglor and
Main streets, next to Mrs. Martin.
ORANGE, LEMON,
And Other Fruit Trees, For Sale.
STARBUCK & BUTLER,
ap24 tf 3No. 1 Temple St.
MISCELLANEOUS.
GREAT INDUCEMENT
TO THE PUBLIC!
Prices Reduced fully 20 per Cent
JOSEPH COHN,
No, :t A.roadia niock. I.«t V uq.-
lea Htieet,
Is now receiving tbe Choicest and Largest As
sortment of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES. HATS,
Etc.. thai has ever been c I hlted in thlsoliy,
and he now means busii He Is deter*
mined to be undersold by no one, and he de
tips competition. Having superior facilities
in purchasing goods, those who favor mewlth
their patronage vffl reup the benefit, I have
deckled to sell my goods at
San Francisco Prices.
And respectfully Invite tho public to call snd
examine my -took and prices before pmchss
ing elsewhere. Courteous and Attentive clerks
will always be In readiness to wall on custom
er-., .-md will lake great pleasure lv showing
goods.
MTGoods delivered free of charge to any
pari of the city. Krmember the place:
Mo. 3 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St..
mr24 2m JOSEPH COHN.
»l YEARS OLD!
PI ONEEK
HARNESS and SADDLE tg
MANUFACTORY.
3. C- FOY,
Importer, Mam eturer, Wholesale and R.
-i .11 dealer In
Saddlery and Harness of all kinds.
Sulk Harness, Trolling Harness, Heavy Draft
Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robes.
Blankets and Whips- In fact, everything per
taining to a il.st-clas.s Saddlery House.
THE VERY REST
GENUINE LOS ANGELES SADDLES.
The best brands of Saddle, Harness and
sole Leather, always on hand and for sale at
wholesale and retail.
HarnessOlls, Hoaiis »'v Blacking.
Repairing; Promptly Done.
No. 1? Los A nyeler. Stnai.t,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Prices as low as any house on thecosst.
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THE ORIENTAL RESTAURANT.
Kept in European Style.
B. FLOTE &C. CASON - - - Prop's
Main street, Signoret's Building, Opposite ths
f'ieo House, Los Angeles.
PRIVATE ROOMS
For Families and banquets. All kindsof re
pasts prepared :or weddings,etc.,atextremely
moderate prices.
Hoard pay wank $6 to 91
Single meals 50 to 75 uts
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
10. aplstf
IN O T ICE
T O
Merchants & Shippers.
MARINE INSURANCE.
the union Insurance co.,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, offers secured
Indemnity for murine losses. J. L.
WARD, agent. Policies issued upon approved
risks TO and FROM San Pedro, San Fran
cisco, aud ai! foreign and domestic ports,
up2l lm
ETC.~~
THE UNDENT 'CNED BEC~®,
I leave i • (niyiiSi public thai wjgffiwf
they have for sale .-.„• • lot oroiua JMRSfcb
mi n'al trees >>...,dowering plants tupm*.
Everything In iho line of
Seeds, Flowers and Plants
Constantly oti in;i; Bouquet*, wreaths,
crosses, etc . |nad< . • ader at reasonabls
prices al Un uiiugion street, nuar
New Commend Al. v. itaveahra
A Practical Gardener,
Who will layout and take care of gardens,
either by contract, per month, or by the day.
ap7Sm SCHAKFFER & STENGEL.
FAMY^UTn^YTn'.
Fruit-Growers, Attention!
ALONG FELT WANT SUPPLIED. NO
more loss of fruit or vegetablea by decay
or sidling btdow their value. You can dry
your own fruit and get all Ihe profits.
THE STAR FAMILY FRUIT DRYER
I* within the reacli of all, and we will guar
antee It to do its work as well as tho Alden or
any oiher process. We arc now ready to fur
nish this machine of any size to suit families,
with full Instructions for operating.
County Rights tor sale and
AGENTS WANTED
In every couniy. Samples of fruit and vege
tables dried on the Slur Dryer can be seen at
Workman Bros*., Malu street, and Harper A
Dalton'B, Downey Block, and a Model Dryer
can be seen al the residence oi E. IL Work
man, lv this clly.
For prices and other particulars, apply to
tbe above-named tii
Los Angeics, April 1,1870.
apltf A. B. MEKRII.I..
WORTH KNOWING.
IT IS IMPORTANT FOR A MAN WHO
wishes lo purchase land and slock loknow
where he can get thai which Is good, inde
pendent of designing men and land-sharks.
I will offer on
The «<ltlt ol' May
ONE HUNDRED ACRES
Ofthe VERY BEST Of corn land for sale to
tbe highest bidder. Tbe sale to take place on
tbe land, which is located 2% miles Northeast
of Compton Station. 1 will give a warrantee
deed to the land. I have llrsl water right to
the San Gabriel river, and tnere Is no question
about gettingarte-luu wafer at adepihof 100
or no net, »iver 12,0 i v worth of improvements;
six acres ol alfalfa.
S. IL-If you wish good land and goo I stock
come io Iho sale. The land is under good
cultivation, and one-fourth of the crap will
come io i he purchaser,
Immediate possession will be given to one
ot the houses on the place. The sulo will
commence at hulf-past one o'clock on the
2Hth Of May, 1875.
niyll td W. R. MALCOLM.

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