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DNS DOLLAR per Hquare often lines, first insertion, and twf.nty-kivi' eerns per Square Fnreaeh subsequent Insertion. WANTS-LOST—FOUND. STRAYED.— *25 reward lor the return or reliable information of the whe>eabou'M of a large bin mnw.wPh hurry ninne and tail; ve-y gentle; abou' 12 years old. Any person found harboring her will bo pro«eouted. Jell iMtWlt M. C. BARER, 39 spring St. C-URNISHED ROOMS TO LET—At ■ the While House; well ventilated and kept In or'er. Apply up stairs. Jew m* WANTED.— A young man of experience fn the carpenter and Joiner's trade de sires employment. References furnished. Apply at the Hrkai.n office. Jen lw I OSr.—On Friday or Saturday last, a fc— memorandum book,containing Aye dol- I rs in greenbacks and some gold notes. The finder w II be suitably rewarded by returning the same to the office of Ferguson A Rose's Livery stable. JeB lw ESTR \Y TAKEN UP.-A Black Heifer about three years old, branded H. M. Kiiq-iireoi 11. VOOT, one mile Fast of Cen tlncla Spring. Jt6 lw* FOUND* —A Pocketbook containing some money. Apply at this otllce for informa tion. Je4 lw I OST AND FOUND.—A man lost his I— o niper lor not rtmllng ago< d ciear or a good, fitting shirt but Oil perambulating the street f mnd the first at 107 Main street and the latter at 38 Main street. He is now the best tempered man in this city, and beswears that be will not buy either a cigar or any un derwear except at the '• Identical." I. GOLI»MITH, 38 Main S\, under Hack man House, Oral 107 Main street, next to W., F. <t Oo.'s Express. my 18 if PRIVATE BOARDINC and Furnished Ro 'ins I'm rent, on Fort street, second door from First. myll Im WANTED.— A girl to do geaeial house w ik. vpply at the first cottage on Mam street South of Fourth, between the hours oft and 4 P. M. myl tf ROOMS. -FAMILY and Single Rooms with board at Col. Peel's on Spring St. novllltf ANKW WILCuX «& GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 25 per cent, less than cash price. Inquire at this Office. novlO'f FOR SALE-FOR RENT. FARM FOR SALE.-Eighty acres of choice grain ami truss land on the arte sian belt, six miles south of the city. Requires DO Irrigation, and will be sold at a great oar gain, school-house within half a mile. Price |M per acre. Terms, $1,200 casb; balance on mortgage Apply to KIMBALL A CO., 10 Spring street. JeB lw* FOR SALE.—The boarding-house ntrni ture and fixture-* of the boarding-house corner Alameda and Commercial streets—all new. Call on MRS. RUCK BR, at. the prem ises. JeB Im PASTURE-*'"! - 1,000 or 1,500 sheep, until January lit. Enquire of s. LEVY, No. 33, corner Aliso and Alameda streets. je;t tf TREES FOR SALE.-Fifty Thousand I Orange, Lemon and lame Trees, suitable for S' ttlng out iv nursery this Stimmer,orwill contract to deliver them when four years old. Address J. B. CLAIM', PoslolHce box «9, or ap ply at the place of D. CLaPP, four miles South of the city. Je2 lm COR SALE.—Map of the city of Los An- I geles, Jiisi published, by BANCROFT & THAYKR. Real Estate Brokers 31 Spring street, near P. O. Price; Mounted on rollers, SP, p «ket edition, SI 50. Mailed to any part of 1 he U. S. 0:1 receipt of price. my2B tf TO RENT.—On reasonable terms, for pasture, until Sept. mber next, 810 acres Of la-'dsituated about 8 miles Northwest, of Anaheim n 11J about 3 miles from the railroad. Enquiieof W. H. J. B .OOKS, No. 12 spring street. my 26 DOOMS TO LET—Furnished or Unfur r* liunet], In tlie house of an English lady, on Beaudry street, between New High and Buena Vista streets. myvUi lm* FOR SALE CHEAP.-A large number 01 tnrilly growing Lime Trees, in good coi I.hi ion. Apply to maitf J. C. WALLACE, San Gabriel. TO LET.—A few pleasant Rooms, wilh I Board, corner Fort and Franklin streets. Inquiie at 78 Main street. rnyll tf FOR RENT.—A beautiful new cottage on Olive sired, between Eighth and Ninth, near all horse railroads. STARBUCK * BUTLER, my 9 7f No. 1 Temple street. FOR SALE.—One share Cenllnela Land Company stock. Enquire of Dr. Brown, Main street, between First and Second. myStt FOR SALE. — v lot of Thoroughbred rams. EnquireofS. LEVY, No. 33. cor ner Aliso and Alamedu streets. apB |U| ONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm IVlol .1. M. BALDWIN, inrl3if 79 1-2 Downey Block. MISCELLANEOUS. SANTA MONICA -— a n n— 11 0 o 1" ly . ' A FOUR-HORSE STAGE, J. M. DONELSON, : : Proprietor, Will leavo Los Angeles VI a l l .V at al 7::!») A. M. Re yfjlgyjftn ffrt-jcMurning. will arrive in Los Angeles at 6 P. M. Passengers called for in any pnrt of the city. Tickets can be had at the Stage Ofliee, In Wells, Fargo A Co.'s Office, corner Main and Market streets. GEO. PRIDHAM, my 23 tf Agent. SELECT SCHOOL, For Boys and Girls. Spring Street., below Third. TERMS PER MONTH, IN ADVANCE. To Fourth Reader 8 3 00 To Algebra i 00 Higher branches Extra. Classes so arranged that promotions can be made as soon as tne pupil is prepared. REFERENCES. Dr. Hoffman, S. W. Craiguc and Joseph D. Lynch, of the Kvening Express. my 29 tf J. D. DORLAN, Principal. RESIDENCE PROPERTY Ol* S -A. L. IS. BRUNING TRACT. THIS PROPERTY, located on Main street, between Twelfth and Pico fits.. Is now sub-divded In lots aud Is offered for sale on reasonable terms. TITLE PERFECT. Apply to 11. IV. BRUNING, At the property or to CHAS. R. JOHNSON, JeBlm Postofflce Block. notice" IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE TAXES on the school assessment for 140 a An geles City Hchml District are now due, and payable at thrt City Clerk's office. Spring stre.'t, and unless paid wlihln sixty days from dale of ibis notice, collection will be enforced according to law. _ „ Je6 3m J. Z. MORRIS, Collector. SATRUDAY, lUNE 12, 1875. OOMt REPORT. San Francisco, June H. Hold, liti I ,'. Greenbacks— Buying, 87; selling, 87)^. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Orizaba will arrive from Ban- Francisco to-day. Capt. Johnson of Sau Luis Obispo, is in Los Angeles. A new steam plow was sent out to Spadra yesterday morning. The Santa Monica land sale takes place July loth. Extra construction trains are now run to Spadra almost daily. Vivian gives several entertainments at Anaheim. A construction train left for Cuca mongo last evening. George Pridham went to Santa Bar bara on Thursday. The inside framework of the Cathe dral is nearly finished. The old, partially burned store of Hotter & Bradley is being refitted. Maey of our citizens are going down to Santa Monica In the 6 o'clock stage. The Turners have a pleasant enter tainment at their hall to-morrow eve ning. The Father Matthew Society meets to-morrow night at Steams' hall for the election of officers. Dr. Houston, of Leavenworth, Kan sas, has left for Wilmington to make a visit of a few days. The Congregational Church social was held last night at Mrs. Milliken's residence. Three members of the Council met last night and adjourned until the next regular meeting. Forty Chinamen will arrive to-day by the Orizaba, en route to San Fer nando tunnel. Good packers are wanted with the Wheeler Expedition. Apply at the camp. The Committee on Fire and Water will telegraph to-day for the new tire engine. The Chinese quarters are in confus ion over the proposed extension of Los Angeles street. Donaldson's stages leave to-day at 8 A. m. and 5 P. m. from the United States hotel. The work on Charles Brode's block, next to Turner hall, was commenced yesterday. The directors of the Anaheim Hotel will decide on the final arrangements on Monday. A fine two-story block will be erect ed on the burned district, next to La Mariposa, at an early date. The meeting of Confidence fire com pany was held last evening in the County Court room. Mr. J. R. Brierlyof Los Angeles was registered Thursday at the Occidental Hotel. Also Chas. Lindley at the Russ. Mr. Garey's fine residence will cost $15,000. It will be surmounted by a Mansard roof, and will be a perpetual monument to the taste ot the owner. We have tried one of F. R. Angell's patent combined blotter ana paper cutter. It is useful and convenient, and should be found on every desk. The annual distribution of premiums at the Sisters' School will take place on Wednesday, the 10th inst., at 10 A. 51. Exercises by the school. Mr. Stackpole, the Spring street jeweler, has on exhibition some mag nificent rings—among them a superb black cameo. General Mansfield, who has been a visitor in Los Angeles for some time, will make a visit to San Francisco in a few days, We look for his speedy return. There is a picture over at Lewiu's book store which every young man in the city should go and study. The married men needn't look. They know how it is themselves. The zanja on the West side of Ala meda street broke yesterday morning and flooded King's blacksmith shop, on Aliso street, and inigated dusty Alameda street. To-morrow in the Catholic church the first mass commences at 6J A. M., sermon in Spanish; second mass at 8 a. M ; third mass at 10 A. m., sermon in English; catechism at 3 p. M.; ves pers at 4 P. M. Remember the opening ball at the Santa Monica Hotel this evening. The proprietors are determined to Inaugu rate the watering place with fitting eclat. The third story of the Lafayette Hotel is about finished. We under stand Messrs. Fluhr & Gerson intend opening the new Lafayette with im posing ceremonies. Free lecture at County Court Room on Sunday evening, June 13th, at 7:30 o'clock, on "The Political Future of the Nations, and End of the Martyr dom of Man. Speaker, Professor Ran dolph. Mr. Martin L. Keith of Boston, a prominent wholesale shoe dealer, has been spending a few days examining our orange groves and sheep ranches. His next stopping place will be Santa Barbara. We have seen a late 36- column weekly Kansas City paper, and itcou tained 31 columns of grasshopper news. The reports were monotonous, then general tenor being that the ravenous insects had eaten everything and wert preparing to fly off in disgust. We were shown yesterday by Mr. Rumble, of the assaying firm of Rum ble & Gaertner, some fine gold crushed from rock taken from a ledge in tht San Fernando mountains.thirty milet North of this city. The ledge is two feet wide and assays $150 pee ton. The discovery was made by Manuel Ma dero. Among the recent visitors in Lot Angeles was Mr. H. H. Howard, ot the firm of Charles Howard & Co.,the largest seeing machine needle manu facturers in the United Slates. Mr. Howard visited Santa Monica and our other lions, and was well pleased with our city and county. Donaldson is determined to accom modate the public. On account of the great rush to the beach he will start a stage from the United States hotel this morning at 8 o'clock and another this evening at 5 o'clock. His stages are well patronized, and this arrange ment will afford all desiring a little Sunday recreation M opportunity of a visit to Santa Monica. Birds of Passage. According to the Francisco Call, Dr. Hall of Junction City, Kansas, and Mr. Cole, Pacific Agent for the Mis souri Valley Life Insurance Company of Leavenworth, Kansas, have been interviewed by a Kansas City report er, who puts into their mouth a terri ble tirade against California in general and Los Angeles in particular. This we believe to be a fiction of the Kan sas editorial brain for the purpose of stemming the immigration tide from Missouri and Kansas. Since this re puted interview, Dr. Hall has written to Mr. Smith, of the St. Charles Res tauraut, informing him that- he is making preparations to return to Los Angeles, bringing his family. As for Mr. Cole, he came here from the des erts around Prescott, Tucson and Fort Yuma and felt homesick and exhaust ed after his arrival; but in one day's visit to our orange groves and vine yards he was completely recuperated. We know Mr. Cole never gave utter ance to any slanders against Califor nia, for he was iv joyous expectancy of beiuft sent to this State as the Resi dent Pacific Agent of his company. We know that he likes California, for on a visit to Keller's wine cellars, he toasted our orange groves in Hock, An gelica, sherry, claret, El Dorado, port and Cucamougo wines, aud clinched it by a generous horn of brandy. In an after visit to Wolfskill's grove, he elo quently discussed orange budding and the growth of fruit trees in a knowing manner. We know Cole was delight ed, for he put in his trunk a mammoth shaddock as a souvenir of Wolfskill's grove, and carried a specimen of Kel ler's vineyard in a glass case, that would las' till he returned to the grass hoppers. We'll bet on Cole, uuless his extract of grape gave out and he filled up with Kansas City whisky. Our Streets. We are very fortunate in finding a material so convenient with which to grade our streets. The gravel and sand iv the hills iv and around the city forms a natural cement when spread on the street; and if it is evenly spread and well rolled and sprinkled '.jefore it is used, it packs down as smooth as a floor aud makes the most elegant, hard and even surface to drive over we have ever seen, and we believe it will be very durable. But if it is not put down with care, as above stated, it makes a very poor surface for a street grade. For instance, if it is merely spread over the street and left to be packed down by the travel over it. it will be a very uneven sur face by the time it becomes hard. That portion of Spring street between the Court House and First street on the p]ast side, was not rolled nor sprin kled before it was used, and a ride over it now will remind one of a drive across a potato field. Parties who have rode over this street are ready to pronounce against the gravel and ce ment grade. We have closely observed the process of grading.our streets, and wherever the rolling and sprinkling have been attended to, the streets are in elegant condition. * Letter from Orange. Editor Herald: A representative instance of what may be done with a small piece of ground is shown in the case of Mr. N. D. Harwood. This gen tleman has ten acres of laud in Or auge, and has lived on it three years, taking it "virgin soil." A few days ago he said this to me: "My place has very nearly kept my family the past year, and next year it will do much more than keep it." Mr. Harwood's Muscat grapes are unsurpassed in qual ity and the yield is abundant, one viue not two years old last season produc ing twenty-two pounds of grapes. Says our friend "Able,"—Abel of the Bunker Hill Gazette: "It is easy enough to tell what can be done, but more to the point to tell what is done." Granled, and the above is a specimen of what baa been done,' is done and will be done. He will reply the grapes are sour. Doubtless. Mr. G. P. Cutldaback has a ten-acre vineyard set with cuttings one year ago last (Spring, that now has quite a crop of grapes on it, in spite of "that terrible frost." The crop will be a paying one this year. Mr. Shane's lot that was set with cuttings less than four months since now exhibits grapes larger than buckshot, though of course limited as to quantity, Messrs. Loispeieh & Co. have sur veyed a tract of land in the neighbor hood of the Oge & Sibley place, and otter it for sale in small lots. It is supplied with water from the Santia go, and is situated on both sides of the river bed. The Messrs. Lotspeich in tend erecting a mill in the neighbor hood of this tract in a short time. The location is favorable for their purpose, and no one can doubt the success of such an enterprise. HYGEIAN home. I was informed last night that three patients have already left the Hygeian home, cured. It was represented to me that these parties are all ready to give certificates expressing their sense of obligation to Mrs. Larkiu and to the climate of Orange. It is rather peculiar that so few undertakings here should be unsuccessful. It is not strange, however. The people are in earnest about building up a commu nity on a substantial basis. They con sider their enterprises well before un dertaking them, and then work to gether in carrying out their plans. The Hygeian Home is an Orange in stitution. GALA TIME EXPECTED. On the evening of Friday, 18th Inst., we expect to hava a jjala time. There will be a grand ice-creani-strawbeny coft'ee - sandwich - folks - flowers - and pretty-tbings festival at the Hygeian building. The irrepressible Good Tern plars are responsible for this. As usual in such cases everybody is assisting. An invitation has been extended to the Good Templars of Los Angeles, and sixty of the flower of that flock have promised to be present. They have chart* red a special train that will return to Los Angeles the same nlghtj while wo expect to "meet them at the depot" in Anaheim with bug tries, and promise to transport them safely to ant l from the Hygeian Home. There are three hundred feet of porch, above and below, at that self-same building; the porch is wide, and sev eral good performers on the violin will be present. Nothing has been said of these things, but we cannot help thinking of what might happen. Peo ple can't hinder some accidents, you know, and with a bright moon and— Mr. Editor, don't you wish you were a Good Templar? W. Horse-Flesh vs. Steam. Yesterday an ambitious chair maker, whose factory is 550• miles North of Los Angeles, arrived with 400 raw-hide chairs for the enterprb ing firm of Hotter & Bradley. The chairs were ordered over one year ago, and the manufacturer has started four different times, but always sold out the load before reaching his destina tion. He says he refused all offers to sell this trip, determined that Dotter & Bradley should have their chairs on his tlfth effort;the most remarkable fact n that the chairs are loaded on a sin gle wagon, and the expense of bring ing them 550 miles by wagon is one third the freigbt rate from Sau Fran cisco to Los Anjreles. We are glad to note this enterprise, but it is outrage ous that a wagon can carry freight 550 miles cheaper than steam rates for 400 miles. San Bernardino Items. [From the Argus of June 11th.] Some fine specimens of ore came in from the Ord district yesterday. It is estimated that the rock will assay over $300 to the ton. It will be sent to San Francisco for assay. We did not learn the name of the ledge from which it was taken. The Chinaman who was before Jus tice Mathews some time ago for using bad language to Mr. Rittler's wife was again before Justice Wagner for re peating like offence to Mr. Perries wife, after receiving a sound drubbing from Mr Perrie. The Celestial was fined $7 and Mr. Perriefj. We understand that Mr. Hall, the railroad contractor, will put on fifty more men on Monday next, for ( the purpose of hurrying tracklaying be tween this place and Cucamongo. It is his intention to have the cars run ning here by the Fourth of July, on which date they intend to run an ex cursion train between Los Angeles and this city. A Spaniard by the name of Ramon Castillo, living at Los Nietos, was ar rested by Deputy Sheriff Mayfield on Thursday last and lodged in the county jail for horse-stealing. A few days since he was stopping at Aqua Mansa, and when he came to take his depar ture a horse, saddle and bridle were missing. Ramon was suspected. On Thursday last he came • hack riding another horse. He was at once ar rested and brought here. The gentle man has served one term in the State prison, and has only been out a few weeks. San Bernardino is a bad lo cality for horse thieves. From the Argus, loth. Mr. Byrne yesterday shipped to San Francisco $286 in a silver bar which came from Panamlnt. It shows a high grade of metal. Wilmington Items. [From the Enterprise] They are talking about the warm weather in the buck-country. We have none of .t. There is no room for improvement on the weather here at l Ins time. Gen. B. S. Alexander, of the U. S. Engineer Corps, in a conversation the other day expressed the belief that Wilmington harbor can be made as good as that of San Diego, at a cost of twenty miles of ordinary railroad. Of course, not as large, but sufficient to meet all commercial demands. Tho body of Antonio Conimr, who fell from a vessel at San Pedro on the 28th of last month and was drowned, was picked up on Monday afternoon, floating near where it sunk. His re mains were brought up to Wilming ton wharf, where an inquest was held by C G. Keyes, and the verdict ren dered, after cateful examination—"ac cidental drowning." The passenger travel and freights keep up to good figures. The Ancon brought 111) passengers anil 398 tons of freight; the Mohongo, 100 passengers and 60 tons of freight. Besides these, are the exclusively freight steamers, carrying combustibles, etc. The an chorage is also well dotted with sail vessels, carrying lumber, coal and rail road iron. Travelers' Home. Arrivals yesterday from San Fran cisco by Telegraph Stage Line: G W Vaughn, M Shaeffer, J Read, T Prig more, C B Pierce, Jno Barry, Charles Neil, J Lowry, J R Riley, P McKen zie, W P Thompson, T Snell, H Stist man, Departures this morning by Tele graph Stage Line for San Francisco: H J Strall. A C Haskell, D Vice, Mrs L Betznell. Arrivals by Coast Line Stage Com pany yesterday from Soledad: Henry Mitchell, M Flint, Arrivals by Coast Line yesterday from San Francisco: C H Eldridge, C Kearney, J H Lamb, M Greentree, A I 1 11 ri i B From Santa Barbara: Lewis Adams, Rev Mr Bates, daughter aud 2 chldn, G A Earl. From San Buenaventura: O Boquet wife and boy. Departures by Coast Line this morn ing for San Francisco: Juan Cappe, Mrs T Caldwell, Miss Caldwell. Departures yesterday by Coast Line for San Luis Obispo: J C Carrillo. Arrivals from San Bernardino yes terday by Arizona Stage Company: A C Haskell. Departures for San Bernardino yes terday by Arizona Stage Company : Jas S McKeuzie, C B Boquest aud wife. The surveyors under Lieut. Weeden have been at work nearly two weeks at the river, making a complete topo graphical survey of the region. The Held work is now finished, and Lieut. Weeden will go to San Francisco soon to lay the results of his operations before the Board of Supervisors. It is probable that the work of turning the river into False Bay will be under way before the close of Summer, so as to be completed prior to the advent of the rainy season. THE CALIF AND THE DEVIL. AH ORIKNTAI. tm.k. A pious Calif unaware Was sleeping past the hour ot prayer, When, or a sudden, Hatim name And woke him up. "In Allah's name, Arise!" ho said, "and go and pray; The dawn Is deepening into day, And still thou liesl here In he I!" " An i whoare you?" the OalH said; " No matter who or what am I," The stranger said, In curl reply; " 'Tls quite enough lor thee to know My counsel's good; so, prl In c go straight to the mosque; no iongerstay Sleeping the sacred hour aw \ !" " Your act seems kindly meant, I own," The Calif said: "but In your tone There's something wrong; inethinks I hear In that the Devil's mocking sneer; And then, despite your words of grace, Par Ion! I do not like your lace!" " Mere fancy, sire!" the stranger said, (Tossing in scorn his haughty head); " Believe me, though I'm not a taint, I'm not the beast that beldams paint With hoot and horns and swinging tail, To turn the cheeks of children pale; (A c -py of the Pagan Pan I But—as you see—a gentleman, Who—doubt the statement as you will- Keeps something of the angel still." " You ale nic Temvt<*r--thn\ is clear," The Calif said; ''and yet 'tis queer You bade me rise and go and pray! Tell me what wick, d motive lay Beneath advice so seeming good!" " All I" said the flend, "what likelihood Is there that Satan tells the truth? Yet, would you know the very sooth, Pray listen (may It be in vain!) 'Twas but to harm you I was fain To wake you up for morning prayers; Korwell I knew If, unawares, You slepi, too long, your penitence Would soon wash out the slight offense; Whereas, if thus from year to year You kept your conscience wholly clear In trifles; and could scarce delect i me fault of ritual negl el - Puffed up with vanity aud pride. In i ortal sin you might have died!" —John O, Haze. The Bazaar, corner of Main and Re quena Btreets, 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. (Jail and examine their stock. ml COURT REPORTS. District t'ourt.—SKrut.VEDA, J. Friday, June 11. New mark vs. Raster.—On application of de fendant, a Jury of fifteen was ordered, return able at it a. m ■ to-morrow. Probate C'onrt.—O'Mklveney, J. Friday, June 11. In the estate of John T. Lanfranco.—Letters of administration granted to Petra P. Lan fr nco, on giving a bond conditioned accord ing to law. tn the matter of the gaurdiansliip of Weno na McDowell.—Petition of R. J. Helmann filed and hearing set for Ssd Inst. HOTEL ARRIVALS. HACK MAN HOUSE-Mr. A Mis. Baekinan. M <: Loury, Ark .1 Mm-keiizie, S F C N Nell, do Hsthlinan, do i Prlgmore, do O Tompson, I) C J F VaughuLdo L Nell, do A C Aarry, Mo f Ward, S Fmdo M Pierce, do O A F.arle, lowa ST. CHARLES—SaIm i & Oaring, Proprietors. Mrs C lase, Anahra J B Harris, Tehaeha.pl A MeGreyson, do J W Bead, 8 F MrsWelcalf, do W D Pahlan.Chicago s T Barham, do A H Caldwell, Puente T E Maden. S Monica E A Phelps, Spadra LAFAYETTE—FIuhr A Gerson, Proprietors. M Fowler, S Fmdo P S Ruth, S F N P Lamb, do O B Geldel, Anahm J Robertc, do P Wildman, Wimgn OFKlehl, do AC Haskell, AT J J Lopez, do S S Nowlin, Forestvl J(I Desurk. Pa J W Riehelt, do W James ALGodard, do UNITED STATES—HammeI A Denker, Prps. H G Crafts, Wilmgn C W Boquish A finy, S Mrs Spulveda, do B Vein lira MissSi pulved.ido H Haskm, Compton R sii'pulvinta, do A Harris,s Brbra A Sepulveda, do H Bristol, do G Llmor, S Frndo S Ba'es, do C Burton, do J Morgan, Bkrsfld E Girdiner, Callente G Heslion. do J S Young, do Mrs Rowland A 2 chn, J Eckridge, S Monica S Brndo G H Perry, Merced J Fowler, Anahm D Sehacfor, S Ana M Krane, do .1 s Barton, do J E Stockpolc, S F Miss Caldwell. Anahm I) Vice, s Brndo MrsJ A Caldwell, do J P Rowland, do J Malone, CaJo:i I*B E Trudel, do B L Harris, do W Smith, L v& I R J W Hudson S Lyons, LyonStn C Bobbins, Compton J W B Davis, Puente J Spencer, do J A Brcnizar, Coinptn J Severs, do Notice of Application to Sell Real Estate. rvIOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN Uutf • the corporation known as tin.- Lot An gel on CJlty (>t Lilian and English .School has this day preset]ted to and tiled in th<- District Conn ol Ihe Seventeenth Judicial District ot the State of California, in and for the county of Los Anueles, a petition In writing praying for the grantiniiof anoider of said Court for the sale Of all that certain lot, piece or parcel ol land sluiale, lying and being in the said city and county of Dos Angeles, Slate of Cali fornia, boarded and more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Being situate between Third and Fourth streets, and commencing al a point in the Northwest lino of Main street eighty feet Soutbwesterly f om lhe south corner of the lot occupied by the New York Bakery; thence Southwesterly alum: the line Ot M iin street to the lot of Theodore Wollwelx i ; lb, nee North westerly along the line of Wolaveber lot one hundred aud seventy feet, a little more or less; thence along the lands formerly belonging to David Frueit to th™ lot of George Lehman, whereon stands the " Round House," and thence alons said Lehman lot Southeasterly one hundred and seventy leet to the place of Is ginning, and for such oilier and further orders as may be meet and proper. Notice is further given that two o'clock t. M. ou Friday, the 18th dayot June, A. D 1875, and the Court Room of said District Court In the said city and county of l,os Angeles, Califor nia, have be n appointed tiy said Court as the time and place of hearing said petition, at which time and place all persons Interested therein are required to appear and present their objections. If any they have,to the grant ing of said petition. By oiderof tlio Court. i Witness mv hand and the Seal of ( . )ofsaid DistrictCourtthls the llthday \ shAL fof June, A. D. 1875. V-v—' A. W. POTTS, County Clerk Los Angeles County. C. W. GoUI.D, Deputy. Jchi Id SANTA MONICA HOTEL, JOHN C. MORGAN. PROPRIETOR. jol tf THE OLDEST AUCTIONEER SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA! BUYS A I.L KINDS OF SECOND - HAND Furniture, Stoves, Bedding, etc., and gives good prices where parties object to an auction sale. He also sells by auction every Wednesday and Saturday Morning AT 10 O'CLOCK. Call and see him, No. 1 Court street, West of the Court House. Ho respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. He will do the fair thing. my 22 lm d*w Notice of Dissolution. THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore I existing beta sen J \. Hurd and R. Deß Autels In tho livery, feed and sale stable bus iness, under the name of Hurd •* Co., tins this day been dissolved, N. Dcs Autels having pur chased the entire interest ol J. A Hurd, and w II settle ali claims exi-ting against the late Arm (from March 11th to May 3lst) and collect all monies due to them. Los Angeles, May 31, 1873. J. A. HURD. Jefllm NOIIBFRT DES AUTELS. W. BORROWS, AGENT FOR THE SALE OF GOOD yenr's Rubber Ooods and the celebrated Hose of ihe Boston Beltma Company, sun Francisco prices duplicated. All orders promptly attended to. my|» tf ANNOUNCEMENTS. All Political Announcement* mini be noli! for In Advance. FOB COUNTY SURVEYOR. W. I. BUMBLE Wilt be a candidate for the office of County Surveyor at the coining election. Jell td* COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. TIIOH. A. SAXON Will be a candidate for County Superintend ent of Public Scnools, Hiibjeet to the action 01 the Democratic Convention. jelO td* FoR COUNTY TAX COLLKCTOR. M. KBEMEB Announces himself as a candidate for the of fice of Tax Collector of Los Angeles county at the ensuing election In September. Je9 td FOR SHERIFF. DAVID W. ALKXANDUR, Of Wilmington, will be a candidate for the office ot Sheriff of tne county of Los Angeles, sublectto the action of the Democratic Con vemion. JtHtd* FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR. HORACE BUR DICK Announces himself as a candidate for the of fice of Tax Colb ctorol Los Angeies county at the ensuing election in September. Jo 2 td FOR COUNTY RECORDER. .T NO. M . BALDWIN Will be a candidate at the next election for 1 the office of County Recorder. Je.» td Express copy. FOR SHERIFF. H . 31. M ITCHELL Announces hlmselfas a candidate for the of flco of Sheriff of Los Angeles county at the coming election. Je2 td FOR COUNTY TREASURER. EDWARD A. PBEUHS Is a candidate for County Treasurer at the ap proaching election. myll FOR COUNTY AUDITOR. C . W. GOULD Announces hlmselfas a candidate for County Auditor at the ensuing election. myS id,, FOR COUNTY RECORDER, J. W. GILLETTE, (PHESKNT INCUMHF.NT) Desires a second term only. myl FOR ROAD COMMISSIONER. JT. K. STUMP Announces himself as a candidate for the of fice of Road Commissioner at tlie ensuing election, subject to the decision of the people. my 22 td* FOR CONSTABLE. ft 11. MELLUB Will be a candidate for Constable of Los An geles Township at the ensuing county tlec tion. my23-td FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTEND ENT. GEO, II . PECK (PHESKNT INCUMBENT), Will be a candidate for re-election. my 27 NEW ADVERTISEMENT. GRAND OPENING! Sunday, June 13, 1875. AU jardin dv progres, No. 1 Aliao Street, The house nearest the river. A host of attrac tions— Target-Shooting, Suck-Racing, the Ball Game, and other amusements. A Restaurant is attached and a splendid lunch will be prepared. "Aii Store dv Progres,' (GENERAL STORE), OLIVIER DKVM.I.IERM. - • - Prop'r Le Comlte dv Progres est convoque pour SaMEDI SOIR, a 8 heurs. JeB lw INSURANCE COMPANIES. ANGELES BRANCH HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF CALIFORNIA. Cash Assets, - - - $600,000 Capital, - $300,000 J. F. Houghton President, G. H. Howard Vice-President H. H. Bioelow General Manager C. R. Story Secretary R. H. Maoill General Agent LOS ANGELES TRUSTEES: S. B. Caswell, H. D. Barrows, S. H. Mott. J. s. Bi.au.son, F. P. F. Temple. TKMHLK & WORKMAN, TREASURERS. Which Branch includes Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties. All moneys re calved lor premiums will he invested under the control of the Trustees of the Los Angeies Branch within the olslricl. Ail losses ad justed and paid by the Directory, iny37 tf J. R. TOBEKHABf. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. Phoenix Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn.; Home Insurance Company, of New York; London Assurance Corporation, of London; Capital, $30,000,000. FIRE RISKS AT CURRENT RATES. Policies Issued Direct from this Ofllce. CHARLES R. JOHNSON, Agent, POSTOFFICE BUILDING. my2B lm Notice of Application fo Pardon. TAKE NOTICE THAT THE UNDER signed will apply to the (Jovernorof the Slate of ('all ornla lor the pardon ot Jose del Carniel Lugo, convicted bef re the District Court or the 17th Judicial District of the State of Calljornla, In and for the county of I,os Angeles, of the crime of manslaughter and sentenced July 24, 1874, to the Stale Prison for the term of five years. Los Angeles, June 2,1875. MARIA SOTELO DE LU<s<>. To V. E. Howard, Esq., District Attorney, Los Angeles county. Service of copy of foregoing notice accepted this 2d day of June, 187 V V. E. HOWARD, jet ma Dlstrtot Attorney. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LEWIS LEW I N~ SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK * CO.. At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, Hpvini; street, adjoining the Postolß.e, la offering to his friends and the public in general, the finest assortment of Standard POETICAL and PROSE WORKS, Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Plain and Musical Work Boxes, Musical De canters, Writing Desks. Portfolios, LADIES' AND GENT'S WALLETS. Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Banjos, Concertinas. Flutes, And many otner useful articles suitable for Presents. FINE STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES And hundreds of other article*, too numer ous to mention. No pains will lie spared to meet the wants of the public, and 1 nope to merit a fair share if patronage. Jan 3-tf LEWIS LEWIN. ANY ONE IN NEED OF FIRST-CLASS Shelving, Counters, Etc. Suitable for dry goods, grocery store or other business, can get a bargain by calling imme diately at the store of CASWELL A ZLLIS. m>2s tf LOS ANGELES BROOM FACTORY, L. W. GERRISH Proprietor No. so Alls* Street. Manufacturer and dealer in Brooms and Brushes, Orders PROMPTLY filled. my*2B lm" $1,000 I* E WARD! The Board of Fire Underwriters Of San Francisco offer a reward of 81,000 for the arrest and conviction of any one guilty of arson In the city of Los Angeles. Wm. B. Johnston. For further information, apply to W. JT. BRODRICK. my 22 lm LOS ANGELES CITY HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION! SHAREHOLDERS AND THOSE WISH -10 ing to take shares, will please take notice that on Thursday, July I, 1870, The lots will be distributed among the share holders, and all instalments becoming due by l he Ist of July next must be paid on or before ihe day of distribution. The tract of land to be distributed among the shareholders lies Just North of MORRIS' VINEYARD, Between Plroand Washington streets; Is one of the finest locations In the city, and Is rap- Idly appreciating in value. PARTICULAR NOTICE. The size of all the lota is 10f5 :*-."> FEET FRONT BY ir« 4-f5 FEET DEEP. The price of lots is fixed at $300, payable in monthly Instalments of 820, without interest, until paid. This Association offers a fun-opportunity foi persons of small means to procure, on terms which they will hardly feel, a homestead in one of the most desirable and improving sec tions of our city, only a lew steps from the Main Street. Railroad, which is now nearly in operation, and directly on the line of the pro jected railroad by Washington street to the Ballona. subscription list at the ofiice of the Secre tary. ED. A. PREUSS, mys Secretary. ~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 useless waste of water at any time In water closets, gardens, etc., or any infringe ment of this rule, will neces-Rate the shutting 011 of the water, which will not be turned on again but on the payment of $2 and a lull compliance wl'h these rule. Street sprink ling from hose strictly prohibited. By order ol the Board of Trustees. CHARLES E. MILES, my 18 tf Supt. L. A. City Water Co. FARMERS, ATTTENTION! Greatest Invention of the Age! GLIDDEN'S BARBED WIRE FENCE BUST STOCK FENCE EVER OFFERED to the Coast. On exhibition and for sale at the GRANGE STORE, LOS ANGELES. J. W. STUMP, AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Rooms S and 4 Downey Block. my 7 tf d*W NOTICE OF REMOVAL. THE AGENCY OF THE HALLET DAVIS AND OTHER Is removed from Main and Second streets to IVo. ltfO Main Street, Between First and Second, on the East sid«. nearly opposite. A. H. lIAVEI.I.. Teacher ol" Music. PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED"** Je2tf "superior grade FRENCH AND SPANISH MERINO RAMS For sale by the SAN CO. For further particulars enquire at 11. NEWMARK'B, Or at the premises, thirteen miles North of Los Angeles, on the Santa Barbsi a stage road. my 2 lm E- LAXKKBUUM.