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WANTS- LOST -FOUND.
WANTED. -Hoard In private family in
t|»e < ountry, by a voting loan from the
Bast. Address w. D. MOUSE, Los Angeles.
jf.T It*
\A/ANTED. -sheep on shares. The under
"V signed has range for 2,000 -beep, and
desires to take a herd on shares. Address J.
KEAKNY, Hudson station, Keru count v.
f J024 3t*
PRIVATE BOARDINC and Furnished
Rooms for rent, on Port Ntreet, second
door from First. Je2itf
WANTED-— situations for young man
and Ills sister, who desire to remain to
gether. The young lady can do any Inside
work; young man has had experience ln tak
ing care of farm, bee ranches, set of books;
has acted as agent in various capacities. En
quire Of A. J. Davidson, Chas. H. Hass of cilv,
or address LESLIE F. (JAY, city.
Jels 2w dAW
I OST AMD FOUND.-A man lost his
»— temper for not finding a good cigar or a
good iittlng shirt, but on perambulating the
street found Ihe first at 107 Main street and
the latter at 3S Main street. He is now the
best tempered man in tbis city, and he swears
that he will not buy either a cigar or any un
derwear except at the "identical."
L GOLDSMITH,
38 Main St., under Baekman House,
Or at 107 Main street, next to W., F. A Co.'s
Express. mylB tf
D OOMS.-FAMILY and Single Rooms
• a with board at Col. Peel's on Spring St.
noviotf
ANEW WILCOX A GIRRSSEWING Ma
chine for sale at 25 per cent, loss than
cash price. Inquire al this Office.
novlOtf
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LIT,-
Beautiful Rooms, en suite or single,with
all modern Improvements, well ventilated
and commanding a charming view of city,
mountain and valley. Apply at the KIM
BALL MANSION', next, door to Congrega
tional Church, Now High street. Je2s lw
TO LET.—Half of second story,consisting
of two rooms and it large kitchen, at No.
124 Main street Enquire of EUGENE GER
MAN & CO. je]» lw
FURNITURE FOR SALE.-A lot of
household furniture, complete for house
keeping, suitable for small family. Enquire
at ttiis office. jel6l( »
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET At
the White House; well ventilated and
kept In good order. Apply up stairs. je9 lm*
FOR SALE.—The boarding-house furni
ture anu fixtures of the boarding-house
corner Alameda and Commercial streets—all
new. Call on MBS. RUCKER, at tlie prem-
Ises. JeB lm
TREES FOR ■ ALE.-Fifty Thousand
I Grange, Lemon and Lime Trees, suitable
for setting out in nursery this Summer,orwili
contract to deliver them when f.iurvears old.
Address.!. S. CLAPP, fWofflce box 80, or ap
ply at the place of [», ULaPP, four miles
South of the elty. je2 lm
FOR SALE.—Map of the city of Log An
geles, just published, by BANCROFT *
THAYER, Real Estate Brokers, 31 Spring
street, near P. O. Pries: Mounted on rollers,
<M; pocket edition, 81 50. Mailed to any part
of Ihe I. S. o'l receipt of price. inyai tf
~tr O RENT.—on seasonable terms, for
I pasture,until September next, tuoacres
ot laud situated about K-miles Northwest of
Anaheim and about :( miles from tlie railroad.
Enquire of W. H. J. BROOKS, No. 12 spring
street. my 26
DOOMS TO LET—Furnished or Unfur
• » nlshed, ln the house of an English lady,
on Beaudry street, between New High and
Buena Vista streets. _ my2B lm*
FOR SALE CHEAP.-A large number
ol thrifty growing Lime Trees, in good
condition. Apply to
m*ltf J. C. WALLACE, Snn Gabriel.
FOR SALE.—one share Gentfoela Land
Company stock. Enquire of Dr. Brown,
Main street, between First and Second.
myB tf
IVA ONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm
IVI of J. M. BALDWIN,
mrliitf 70 1-2 Downey Block.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
All Political Announcements uuist
be paid for iv Advance.
KOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
HORACE BURDICK
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
fice of Tax Collector ol Los Angeles county at
the ensuing election in September. Je2 td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
J . H. <i li AY ,
Ol El .Monte, Is a candidate for Count v Re
corder. jelB td*
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR,
W. I. XS TJ MB L E
Will be a candidate for the office of County
Surveyor at the coming election. jell td*
COUNTT SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
TIIOS. A. SAXON
Will be a candidate for County Superintend'
ent of Public Scaools, subject to the action ol
the Democratic Convention. JelOtd*
FuR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
M. KREMER
Announces himself as a candidate lor the of
fice, of Tax Collector of Los Angeles county at
the ensuing election In September. Jet td
FOR SHERIFF.
DAVID W. ALEXANDER,
Of Wilmington, will be a candidate for the
ottlce of Sheriff ol the county of Los Angeles,
subject to the action of the Democratic Con
vention. je9td*
PGR COUNTY RECORDER.
JNO. M. It ALDWIN
Will boa candidate at tlie next election for
the office of County Recorder. jeo til
Esprit* copy.

FOR SHERIFF.
11. M. MITCHELL
Announces himself as a candidate for the of
fice of Sheriff ot Los Angeles county at the
coming election. je2td
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
EDWARD A. PREUSS
Is a candidate for County Treasurer at the ap
preaching election. my 11
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
O . W. GOULD
Announces himself as a candidate for County
Auditor at the ensuing election. myS td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER,
JT. W. GILLETTE,
iPKKSKNT INCUMBENT)
I'iesires a second term only. myl
FOR CONSTABLE.
P. H. »lELLUf«J
Will be a Candidate for Constable of Los An
geioi. Township ai tlie ensuing county elec
tion, mi'23-td
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTEND
ENT.
is o. ii. pe c m
(nwun i.si'i'.MßKXT),
Will be a candidate lor re-election. iny27
MISCELLANEOUS.
SANTA MONICA
A N U
N li OO jF Tv V .
A FOUR-HORSE STAGE,
J. M. DONF.LSON, : : Proprietor,
. . Nv,| l leave Los Angeles
iSSSSSdMH ■' ■">>' 111 at 7:30 a. m. Re-
litiJßrw, 'oiling, will arrive In Los
,uncles al li P. 11,
PaSgeugcifc cul .1 or In any purl ofthe city.
Ticket.-, can be bad al the Stage Office, In
WelK Fargo A Co.'s Office, corner Main und
Market streets. GEO. PRIDHAM,
my23if Agent.
SUNDAY 1 I N E 27. 1875.
11111,11 KKPOKT,
San Fkancisco, June'.'j
Gold, U7M
Greenbacks— Buying, K.V.,; selling, 87
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Han Bernardino has races on July
sth.
No cases before Mayor Beaudry yes
terday.
We bid adieu to the Sauret Compa
ny to-morrow evening.
Two hells are being raised on the
new cathedral.
Tickets to-morrow and Tuesday at
Lewin's for Miss Reiliurth's benefit.
The Orizaba sailed for Sau Fran
cisco yesterday.
Col. Kewen has been quite success
ful in the cultivation of bananas.
Lichtenberger is reparing one of
Jackley's circus wagons.
Mr. M. K. Micks has a telegram at
the Western Union Office.
Preaching this morningand evening
in Turn-Verein hall by Rev. I. S. Kal
loch.
Mr. W. H. Williams lias moved his
real estate office to No. 11, Downey
Block,
The banquet at tlie cathedral on the
3th of July promises to be a pleasant
affair.
The Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph
Line will he in Los Angeles In ten
days.
The Los Angeles Mirror appeared
yesterday with a good face and full of
its usual good things.
We are indebted to Chips, the Ex
press Messenger on the Orizaba, fol
iate San Diego papers.
The Semi* Tropica I Farmer, No. 6,
has appeared. Typographically it is
neat, and editorially speaking it is a
success.
High Mass will be celebrated at the
Catholic church to-day. The choir
will be under the management of Prof.
Knell.
Frank Draker, an old mountaineer,
and one of the best frontiersmen on
the Pacific coast, will accompany the
Wheeler expedition.
The New Italy for June is out. 11
is as usual full of interesting matter
for Eastern readers, who wish to gain
an idea of our country.
Last night, at the close of the thea
tre, an unknown man fell in a lit ut
the foot of the stairs. He recovered in
half an hour so that lie walked home.
Mr. S. W. Craigue, of the enterpris
ing firm of Lips <fe Craigue, has gone
to San Diego, to furnish the people of
that city liquid enthusiasm for their
Fourth of July Celebration.
Miss Reiffart h has a benefit at Turn-
Verein hall on Tuesday night, aud it
promises to he a great success. .Seats
can be secured on Monday and Tues
day.
Our bee-men give unfavorable re
ports ou the action of the little busy
bees thus far in the season. The feed
is said to be insufficient and of poor
quality for honey purposes.
We have received from Mr. I. N.
Choynsky, of San Francisco, a pam
phlet entitled"Califoriiia of the Padres,
or Footprints of Ancient Commun
ism," by Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes, ou
which we may hereafter comment.
The Union Club room was opened
last night. Music and sociability
was the only programme. The club
room was brilliant with elegant car
pets, gorgeous furniture, and a refined
company.
The gentlemen who are building the
new gold bank of Los Angeles have
made arrangements for the landing of
one hundred tons of freight at the
wharf at Santa Monica ou the loth of
July.
In Turn-Verein hall this morning
at 11 o'clock Rev. I. S. Kalloch will
preach, and at 8 i\ >t. will deliver a
lecture. Mr. Kalloch deservedly en
joys great reputation as a speaker, and
our church-goers will be delighted.
The management of the Sauret Con
cert feels highly complimented by the
character of the audience which greet
ed them last Friday evening. A more
polite and appreciative assemblage is
seldom, if ever found.
Tickets for the Telegraph Stage Line
are no longer to be secured at the depot
but must be bought ofthe Agent, Mr.
Van Valer, at the United States Hotel,
The traveling public should make a
note of this and save trouble and fre
quently delay.
At a recent school examination the
words "unpretentious shrub" in an
essay were read "unpretentious scrub"
and brought down the house. The
young lady had no reference to the
gentleman to whom her father showed
the door on the previous Sunday.
The San Diego World expatiates to
the extent of a column and a half on
the "Falls of San Diego," and finally
says that there is no water there at
present, but as magnificent a place for
a fall as could be imagined. Oh, beau
tiful, picturesque San Diego!
The Grand Marshal of the Fourth of
July demonstration requests, in our
advertising columns, all soeieties,mil
itary and civic, aud all trades, manu
facturers and organizations who desire
to participate, to communicate with
Mr. A. W. Potts, in the County Clerk's
offlce, by Monday at ten o'clock.
Sig. Maria Informs us that he is not
going to appear in Santa Barbara,
as advertised in Santa Barbara pa
pers. Madame Franzini is now en
gaged in giving music lessons to a
select few, and Slg. Marra will make
Los Angeles his home during the
Summer vacation.
Rev. Mr. Hill has received from a
convict named Hart, now in San
Quentin, an elegant walnut and laurel
Inlaid box, on which the prisoner has
been engaged for years. It is a beau
tiful present, more especially prized as
Mr. Hill has interested himself for
Hart, who is said to be justified in the
act for which he Is imprisoned.
C. A. Langftton, wants to learn the
whereabouts of his father, Isaac Lang
ston, who left Texas for Arizona in
1865. If any one who sees this knows
anything about him, they will confer
a favor on his son by writing to C. A.
Langaton, Galveston, Texas.
The Deuln-Sawtelle troupe appear
next in San Bernardino, whore they
will no doubt receive a warm wel
come. A more select troup it is hard
to find. Refined ladies and polite gen
tlemen compose it, and the manager
is a financial prodigy.
At a meeting of the Fourth of July
Executive Committee, tho following
Committee were appointed. On speak
er's stand, F. Butler; on carriages and
horses, F. Butler and H. S. Halardjon
music, E. H. Workman; on decoll
ation and flags, S. Lacey. The Com
mittee adjodrned to meeet on Monday
next at 11 a. m., at the Common
Council rooms.
Our friend Mr. James /. Smith,who
has been long employed at the depot,
leaves to-morrow for Wilmington,
where he will tally off the cargoes of
coal of the Constitution and other ves
sels. He is an enterprising man, one
of the genial fellows of the live and let
live style. We heartily commend him
to our friends in Wilmington and as
sure them that lie will do to tie to,
Our Spanish cotemponiry, La Cron
ica, is not sparing in its praises and
eulogies on Dona Teresa Carreno-Sati
ret, Signora Valerga and the rest of
the artists composing the troupe. They
are worthy of the laurels they will
certainly carry away from Los Ange
les. Our Spanish friend promises to
publish next Wednesday a biograph
ical sketch Of Sefiora Carrefio. which
we have no doubt will be widely read.
The parade of Confidence Company
No. 2 last night was a brilliant affair.
Headed by a brass band and escorted
by{tbeThirty-Eights, with their torch
es, they made a brilliant spectacle.
Along their line of march, at inter
vals, cheers and displays of tire-works
greeted them, and it greatly resem
bled an ovation. After the return to
the engine-house the boys had a little
social entertainment which they en
joyed hugely.
In Minnesota the authorities have
set a price on grasshoppers delivered
in good order—dead. The quotations
range from ten cents a quart to one
dollar und sixty cents a bushel. One
county alone lias invested thus far in
the novel commodity to the extent of
fifteen thousand dollors, making, at
the current price, some nine thousand
three hundred and seventy-five bush
els purchased, and all this wealth is a
dead loss, aw the grasshoppers are
hurled in a deup trench and their ash
es given back to mother earth. Po
litical economists are interesting
themselves in this flagrant waste of
tlie raw material, and it is proposed
that the defunct red-legs be turned to
some good uccount, sudh as the man
ufacture of nutritious pap for the
Digger Indians, fertilizers for the soil,
or oil for rheumatism or physic. We
suggest whisky.
The Theatre Last Night.
A crowded house witnessed the sec
ond presentation of "Under the Gas-
Light" last night at Merced Theatre.
Every performer was up in his part
and tlie machinery ofthe piece worked
admirably. We are pleased to speak a
good word for the enterprise that pro
duced these standard plays and sensa
tional dramas, and hope soon to see
the Denin-Sawtelle Troupe make their
second bow to our people.
The New Engine.
The new steam fire engine had a
rigid test yesterday, and stood it well.
Of course croakers had their say, and
some went so far as to give their opin
ion that it was a humbug; but when
the stream was sent forty feet above
the flag-staff of the Pico House all
doubt was set at rest. Messrs. Huber,
Workman, Teed, Lichtenberger anil
other membersof the city government
were gratified and the people present
endorsed the action of the Council in
the purchase.
The Concert To-morrow Evening.
We are greatly mistaken if Turn-
Verein hall be not crowded to its ut
most capacity to-morrow evening on
the occasion of the farewell concert of
the Rauret company. The people of
Los Angeles are noted for their appre
ciation of first-class music, and when
they are favored with such talent as
that presented by the Sauret company
they lender their heartiest support.
Mons. and Madame Sauret, as well as
Signora Valerga and Mr. Cohen, each
made an individual conquest Friday
evening, and those who heard them
then will not be content, without an
other indulgence in the luxury. Go
early if you wish to secure seats.
Church Chimes.
The Rev. Wm. H. Hill will preach
in the Episcopal Church at 11 A. if.
and 7:45 p, m. Sunday School at
12:30. The new Library will be ready
for distribution. Seats free and all
children invited to attend.
The public services of the Presbyte
rian Church will be conducted by Rev.
A. F. White, L.L. D., and will be held
in Good Templars' Hall at 11 a. m.
The Bible Class and Sabbath School
meet immediately after the morning
service.
Congregational Church, New High
street, Rev. U. T. Packard, pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. M.
Sunday School and Bible Classes at
12:30. *
Preaching at the German Church,
Spring street, between Fourth and
Fifth, at 10:30 a. m. and 7*30 P. M.
(Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. J. O.
Zahn, * Pastor. All Germans are in
vited.
To-day in the Catholic church the
lirst mass commences at 6:30 A. M.,
sermon in Spanish; second mass at 8
a. m.; third mass at 10 a. m., sermon
in English; catechism at .'! P. M.j ves
pers at I P. M.
The union meetings to be conducted
by W. W. Stovall, the Evangelist,
will be held in ibe German church on
Spring street, between Fourth and
Fifth, this week. A meeting wlil be
held there at 3 o'clock p. If. to-day.
Rev. I. S. Kalloch will preach at
Turn-Verein Hall to-day, morning
and evening, to tbe Baptist congrega
tion. All are invited.
Preaching in the M. E. Church, Fort
street, at It a. m. by Rev. D. A. Dry
den of Hollister, and at 8 p. M. by tbe
pastor, J. M.Camnbell. Sunday School
nt 12:30.
THE JANISSARIES OF LIGHT.
Full Heport or the Proceedings—Siic
(MPM ol the Order A Glorious Cele
tu n 11 <»>i--I>eicg>tt.e<i Present—Speech
es ami Music -A Pleasant Time.
It being the regular meeting of Tem
ple No, 1, Janissaries of Light, and
the occasion of a visit by the Dele
gates of other Lodges who have met in
Los Angeles as members of the Grand
Temple for the transaction of business
of great importance to the order, it
was arranged after the usual nature of
Lodge business, that several gentle
men belonging to the order should
deliver short extempore addresses in
honor of the occasion, and so eloquent
and impressionable was the language
used by some of the speakers that a
brief outline of the tenor of their re
marks will but give a point of their
intellectual worth, and soul stirring
oratory. The following gentlemen ad
dressed the Lodge:
Bro. J. J. Ayers, was selected
to deliver an opening address, which
was inspirational, solemn and im
pressive. Commenting on the necessi
ty of all conditions of men being ce
mented in one fraternal band, to ad
minister to each others wants and im
prove each others weaknesses. Setting
forth the many advantages of the or
der and its benevolent objects in car
ing for the young, the old and the in
firm, giving to each other iv life every
practical assistance, so that they
ought not only ensure a band of social
love, but oue allied to every benefit
which the untutored condition of our
requires. Concluding with an earnest
hope that as tlie order had become a
power in Los Angeles, it would short
ly spread over the State, and from
State to State throng the natiou and
finally embody the intellectual and
progressive of all other nations,
creedsand lauguages until its influence
as a progressive and intellectual order
should restore by its vitror and united
will the golden age of man, not only
to a nation but the world. An essay
on popular science was next delivered
by Bro. W. S. Maiming, who treated
of nature in all its various branches,
showing the wonderful work of devel
opment, In all things animate,
their beautiful and wonderful designs,
minute and perfect in all things, save
perfection, which Is the work of etern
ity only. The stars which cover the
canopy of heaven and twinkle over
the whole human race, never falter In
the performance of their interminable
duties, but invincible as truth itself,
remain as marks and signs for ages
past and to come, and with wonderful
accuracy, by the aid of science, foretell
wonderful changes in our destiny.
Even grains of sand and microscopic
matter conveying to the thoughtful
mind, an untiring and never ending
nature, wliose end is infinity, forever
producing and reproducing all that
the universe contains, the smallest
atom having a duty to perform, and
so it was the Janissaries of Light, who
owed their existence to the genius and
master mind of Bro. Gray, who,
with wonderful perception of the va
rious conditions of the human race,
their prejudices and virtues, had
formed an order on principles of
love, and benefit to the human race,
and left its blessings and its object in
the hands of all, aud that all who la
bor with hand or brain, migh claim a
share in the glorious temple of the
work.
Bro. K. Nuttall was afterward called
upon and briefly stated that as his ex
perience of tbe order did not extend
beyond two evenings, he could only
speak of the pleasure it had afforded
Dim in that time, not only in contem
plating the numerous advantages to
be derived from the Order, but from
the defence of human weakness given
utterance to by its esteemed founder,
Bro. Gray, who, in judging human
nature in a most self-sacrificing aud
laudable manner, had judged it from
his own. There was one thing, how
ever, which had not been touched
upon, and that was organization and
its benefits. Every intellectual order
or body had enunciated most perfect
principles. Every faith was supposed
to be the correct faith, and no doubt
in intention according to sincere con
viction many were right, but far more
were wrong, as had been beautifully
illustrated by Bro. Manning. Noth
ing was perfected from without. Each
action and thing must work out its
own destiny; so must every Janissary
of Light. No obligation, no matter
how binding, will make a man good
by force. He must cultivate the de
sire, and to encourage the desire is
half the completion of the work. No
regalia or paltry insignia of distinction
makes either a man or a Janissary of
Light. Each member of this noble
Order should be known by his bearing
and conduct to be different from all
other men, not only in his dealings
with a brother, but as an example to
the world. No title or other emblem
of honor, no matter by whom con
ferred, could ever raise us to a higher
and nobler position than that of man;
and as this organization had received
its first impetus from the father, Bro.
Gray, who no doubt had been inspired
to initiate the noble work by a power
whom we all serve and owe our exist
ence to, it was desirable that the ben
efits and objects of the fraternity
should be widely distributed among
the toiling sous of men, that unity
and harmony might achieve even
more than was dreamed of by its in
spired genius ami founder.
J. H. Bland's recitation of " Cati
line's Defiance " merited the plaudits
that unanimously followed its deliv
ery.
T. E. Smith followed with a lew elo
quent and appropriate remarks and
the classic reading of a beautiful poem.
The eloquent orations of T. B. Wade
and Win. Smith were in every respect
worthy ofthe occasion and enthusias
tically reeei veil.
invitations being extended to all
brother Delegates to participaie, one
and all took their part and made tbe
Temple resound with words oi' elo
quence and brotherly love,like meteors
Hashing through tbe sky. And to
wind up, the organ was played iv a
masterly style to the tune of "Old
Hu mired" and to verses dedicated to
the Janissaries of Light In the open
ing of Temple ceremony. Slow as
such a tune is, it was, however, notice
able that on this occasion it had a pe
culiarly harmonious effect on all pres
ent, which could only be accounted for
by the fact that each spirit listening
caught up the enthusiasm of each spir
it actor, and the Influence which
guided the mastersouls of tbe evening
permeated through every other being,
blending in one sense of joy, pride and
gratitude to tbe One Ureal Light who
who presides over ail lesser lights, and
from which they all gather beuuty anil
brightness.
After which, the bom being near
midnight, the Temple was declared
closed for uU evening long to be re
membered by the J. of L. of Southern
California. J. L.
SUNDAY READING.
selected for Sunday's HHHAXB.
WHAT THEN?
What then? The walling of the midnight
wind;
A feverish sleep; a heart oppressed and
aehlng;
And then a utile waler-ornsc io Had
Close by my pillow, ready fur my waking.
What then? lam not careful lo inquire;
I know Ihere will be tears mid fears and sor
row;
And then a loving Saviour drawing Higher,
And saying, "I will answer for the mor
row."
What then? For all my sins II is pard'nlng
grave;
For all my wauls and WotsHl* lovingklnd
ness;
For darkest shades the shining ol God's face,
And Christ's own hand to lead me ln my
blindness.
What then? A shadowy valley, lone and
dim,
And then a deep and darkly rolling river;
And then a flood of light—a seraph hymn,
And (iod's own smile forever and forever.
* —Good Seivx,
About Truth.
The poet, Tennyson, has the follow
ing motto iv encaustic tiles on the
pavement of his entrance hall: "V
Owyt yn Erbyn y byoV— The truth
against the world.
"What is truth?" was once asked
of a deaf and dumb boy. He moved
his finger in a straight hue. "What
is falsehood?" He made a zigzag mo
tion with his finger. Truth is the
straight line falsehood is the crooked
line.
Park, in his travels, related that a
party of Moors made an attack on the
flocks of a village, and a youth of the
place was mortally wounded iv the af
fray. The natives conveyed him home
while his mother preceded the mourn
ful group, and, with streaming eyes,
would exclaim, "He never, never, told
a lie."
Searching for the Truth.
Truth, indeed, came once into the
world with her Divine Master, and was
a perfect shape most glorious to look
upon; but when he ascended and his
Apostles after him were hud asleep,
then straight rose a wicked world of
deceivers, who, as that story goes ol
the Egyptain Typhon, with his con
spirators, Itow they dealt with the
god Osiris, took the Virgin Truth,
hewed her lovely form into a thous
and pieces, and scattered ihem to the
four winds. Prom UuU time ever
since, the sad friends of truth, such as
durst appear, imitating lite careful
search that Isis made lor tin- mangled
boy of Osiris, went up and down gath
ering up limb by limb, still as they
find them. We have nnl yet found
them all, not ever shall do, till her
Master's second coming: lie shall
bring together every joint and mem
ber, and shall mold (hem into an im
mortal feature of loveliness and perfec
tion.—Millun.
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There is a story told that in the old
en times Artaxerxesand another great
king were engaged in a furious lit; lit.
In tlie middle of the battle a midden
eclipse happened; and such Was ihe
honor of all the warriors that they
made peace there and then. O, If an
eclipse of trouble should Induce you
to ground arms and seek to be recon
ciled to God! Sinner, you are lighting
against God, lifting the arm of your
rebellion against him. Happy shall
you be if that trouble which is now
fallen upon you should lead you to
throw down the weapons of your re
bellion and fly to the arms of God.
SjHiryeou.
V lie re is an Australian missile,ealle(l
the boomerang, which is thrown so as
to describe singular curves, and fall at
last at the feet of the thrower. Bin is
a kind of boomerang, which goes off
into space curiously, but turns again
upon its author,and with tenfold force
strikes the guilty soul that launched
it,
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 aud examine their
stock. ml
COURT REPORTS.
Probate Court-O'Mklvkny, J.
SATUHUAV, June 28.
in the estate of Matthew Lanfranoo, deed. —
Mrs. Petra, P. Lanfranco appointed adminis
tratrix.
in tlie estate of Conrad Kucliel, deed.—Ord
er appointing attorney for minors on appll
eniion for sale of real eslute was filed.
MARRIED.
(iOULD— H AIT. -In the Hall of Merrill Lodge
No. 299,1. O. (1. T., June 26,1875, by Rev. W.
T. Lucky, Mr. Will D. Gould lo Miss M. 1..
Halt, both of this elty.
XX ATING-BRAMLETTE.—Iu Los Angeles,
lime 20,1876, by Justice Gray, Mr. N. Keat
ing to Mrs. Ellen Brnmlette, all of Los Nie
tos, Los Angeles county.
A RARE CHANCE.
Elegant Villa, Orchard and
Vineyard Sites
— IN THK
SAN GABRIEL FRUIT BELT.
ALHAMBRA LAND.
MESSRS. WILSON & SHORB.
Tbe .proprietor* of the Al ham bra Tract, near
the Mission, will offer for sale, insmsll tracts,
In the vicinity of the reservoir where the water
is now flowing, Irom
Two to Three Hundred Acres
intending purchasers can Inform themseivea
ol particulars by applying to
<;AMOT, Tempi* Block,
Or al hake Vineyard, to
B. I>. « ll.MO*.
apflUf J. DeBARTH NHOKH.
FARMERS, ATTTENTIONI
Greatest Invention of the Age!
WODEN'S BARBEO WIRE FENCE
UEST fsfoCK FENCE EVER OFFERED
lo the Coast. On exhibition and for sole
at (In'
Ci RANGE STORE,
LOH ANUEi.ES.
J. W. STUMP,
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Rooms S nnd 4 Downey Block.
my7tf d*w
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
VICTOR PONET,
PIONEER UNDERTAKER
oo Main Mh Lorn Angeles, Cal.
Keeds on hand tlie Largest and Best Assort*
ment of
Metalic and Wooden Coffins. Shrouds.
Trimmings, etc., etc.,
In this City, direct from the East. Dealers iv
the country will And it to theirinterest to give
him a call', as lie will sell goods
Cheaper than they can get
them in San Francisco.
r'ULL CHARGE TAKEN OF FUNERALS.
bodies Embalmed for Shipment East.
All orders by telegraph promptly attended
to. The finest
Kearse in Southern California.
OO TO THE
POBTOFFICE STATIONERY STORE
— roit —
LAW-BLANKS, NEWSPAPERS,
— AND —
GENERAL STATIONERY
mi-8 tl
GUM TREES.
I WILL DELIVER ANY QUANTITY OF
(iiim Trees anywhere in this or San Ber
nardino count v, ranging in height from (1 to
12 inches, within six months from date of con
tract, at from six to twelve cents per tree.
Address, RALPH ROGERS,
Orange, Los Angeles Co.
I.os Augeles, April 2,1875. ap3 ly
CAMPBELL'S
LI VERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE,
No. 47 Aliso St., Los Angeles.
HORSES BOARDED by (he day, week
or month. Horses, wagons and buggies
for sale or hire. Sick horses prescribed for.
Colt* billed, handled and driven.
Connected with the stable Is tbe flnest Hack
iv tlie ciiv. stand at the Baekman House.
Jc2itt D. CAMPBELL, Prop'r.
BANTA MONICA
PASTRY BAKERY.
HENRY LECROQ Proprietor
A SUPPLY KEPT cousin oily on hand
and conking of all kinds done to order.
SANTA MONICA, NEAR sPlii.NO.
ielutf
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE FIRM heretofore known .is Askin
A Hewett Is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, J. Hewett retiring. T. J. Askin
Is atone authorized to collect alt monies due
the late firm and pny all liabilities.
T. J. AKKIN.
J. HEWETT.
The livery business and hack will be con
tinned in the same place by
Je2B 101 T. J. ASKIN.
BEWINC MACHINES.
ALL KINDS OF SEWING MA
chines sold, rented or exchanged on easy
lerms.
All kinds of Sewing Machine Altxchmenls,
Needles, Oil, etc., on hand.
General Agency for Southern California for
Remington and Victor Machines al Sewing
Machine Depot of
A. M. JANES,
60 SiRING STREET, LOS ANGELES.
mylotf
SELECT SCHOOL,
For Boys and Cirls.
Hprine Htreet. below Third,
TERMS PER MONTH, IN ADVANCE.
To Eourth Reader ...8 :1 00
To Algebra 1 00
Higher branches Extra.
Classes so arranged that promotions can be
made as soon as tbe pupil is prepared.
REFERENCES.
Dr. Hoffman, S. W. Craigue and Joseph I).
Lynch, of the Evening Erpreta.
my29tf J. D. DORLAN, Principal.
Notice of Application for Pardon.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE UNDER
signed will apply to the Governor oi the
State of California ior tlie pardon ot Jose del
Carmel Lugo, convicted before the District
Court of the 17th Judicial District of the State
of Calijornla, ln and for the county of Los
Angeles, of tlie 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 LUGO.
To V. E. Howard, Esq., District Attorney, Los
Angeles county.
Service of copy of foregoing notice accepted
this 2d day of June, IK"",.
V. E. HOWARD,
je4 lm District Attorney.
E. E. Fisuhr. L W. Thatchkh,
FISHER & THATCHER,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
JEWELRY,
WATCHMAKERS
AND
OPTICIANS.
Have in •took the very flnest
Jewelry, Diamond**, Watches,
CHockw, HUver-Avare,
$v 'La'"
afl '* M I Tl
l IMIf.K A THATCH KR,
Keepers ol the standard (observatory) time
for l lie city, and S. P. R. R.
iebl2ti *? Main St.. I o« Angele*.
NOTICE
X 8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE TAXES
on the school assessment for l»s An
geles City School District are now due, and
payable at the City Clerk's office, Spring
street, and unless paid within sixty days from
date of this notice, collection will be enforced
according to law,
jefi.tm J. /.. MORRIS, Collecoi.
Notice of Dissolution.
THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore exit
ing between T. Laasaro.vlch and Mo<es
Norton in the grocery, provision and liqu.or
business, under the firm name and style of
T. Lazrarovich A Co., is hereby declared to
bo wholly dissolved. All debts owing to said
firm will bo collected by Mose- Norton, who
will also pay all legal demands against the
same.
Los Angeles, June 16,187 ft.
lel7 lm M. NORTON.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LEWIS LEWIN,
SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK a CO.,
At the well known
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE.
Spring etreett. adjoining the Poatofflce,
Is offering to his friends and the public in
general, the finest assortment of Standard
POETICAL and PROSE WORKS,
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Hooks, Plain
and Musical Work Boxes, Musical De
canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios,
LADIES' AND GRNT'S WALLETS.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Sanjos,
Concertinas, Flutes,
And many otner useful articles suitable for
Presents.
FINE STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS
PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES
And hundreds of other articles, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will be spared to meet the wants
of the public, and I hope to merit a fair abate
it patronage.
Jan3-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 M the store of
CASWELL & ZLLIS.
my&i tl
LOS ANGELES BROOM FACTORY.
L W. GERRISH Proprietor
No. SO Allao Street.
Manufacturer and dealer in Brooms and
Brushes, Orders PROMPTLY filled.
ray2B lm
NEW" GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
NEW GOODS!
MENDEL MEYER
Has Just returned from San Francisco with a
complete Summer stock or
DRY OO ODB
AND
CLOTHING.
He invites his friends to call on him and ex
amine his stock at tbe well known stand, coi
ner of I.os Angeles and Commercial steeets.
mi ls U
LOS ANGELES CITY
HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION!
SHAREHOLDERS AND THOSE WISH
lng to take shares, will please lake nollre
that oh
Thursday, July 1. 1870,
Tlie lots will be distributed among the share
holders, and all instalments becoming .in* t»
tbe Ist of July next must be paid on or b.ioie
the day of distribution. The tract of land l«>
lie distributed among the shareholder* lie-
Just North of
MORRIS' VINEYARD,
Between Pico and Washington streets; is one
ofthe finest locutions in the city?and Is rap
idly appreciating in value.
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
The size of all the lots is
l<>.-» -'t-rs FEET FRONT
ir.% 4-r> FEET DEEP.
The price of lots is fixed al (.KM), payable In
monthly Instalments of $20, without inteiest,
until paid.
This Association offers a fine opportunity for
persons of small means to procure, on terms
which they will hardly feel, a homestead In
one ofthe most desirable and improving sec
tions of our city, only slew steps from the
Main Street Railroad, which is now nearly In
operation, and directly on the line of tlie pro
jected railroad by Washington street to the
Balloon.
Subscription list at the office of the Secre
tory. ED. A. PREUSS,
myft Secretary.
SANTA MONICA HOTEL,
MORGAN & MONROE.
PROPRIETORS.
Jel tr
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
THE AGENCY OF
THE HALLET DAVIS
AND OTHER
i 3 i a ix o m ,
Is removed from Main and Second streets |o
JNo, 160 Main Street,
Betweeu First and Secoud, on the East side,
nearly opposite.
A. H. MAVKLI..
Teacher of Music,
ear PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED - ***
, - Jean
RESIDENCE PROPERTY
I"OT* H Jk- \u E.
BRUNING TRACT.
\ A t * V*■ , ia|
THIS PROPERTY, located on Malu
street, between Twelfth and Pic© Sut.,
is now sub-dlvded ln lots aud is offered for
sale on reasonable terms.
TITLE PERFECT.
Apply to
H. N. RRIJNIN6,
I ■ ■ '.:*-■■•'" **-
At the property, or to
OH AH. It. JOHNSON.-jg
jesim Postoffice Block.
«0 TO
SUMMERS A NELSON'S,
No. 16 Mprin, Street,
fTIO GET THE RICHEST ICE CREAM,
I the flnest assortment of CANDIES, and
the best
lOE COLD SODA
In the city. To prove the above, give them a
trial. Jeatf

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