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WANTS—LOST—FOUND.
A box of candles, on the road
between Los Angeles and Downey City,
about one mile from Los Angeles. Tbe owner
enii obtain property by calling at the Aliso
s:ore and paying for this advertisement.
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WANTED.-Board In private family In
the country, by a young man from the
East. Address W. D. MORSE, I.os Angeles
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WANTED.— Sheep on shares. The under
signed has range for 2,000 sheep, and
desires to take a herd on shares. Address J.
KRARNY, Hudson station, Kern county.
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PRIVATE BOARDING and Furnished
Rooms for rent, on Fort street, second
door from First. Je2i tf
WANTED- —Situations for young man
and liis sister, who desire to retnnln lo
gelher. The young lady can do any Inside
work; young man has hnd experience in tak
ing care of farm, bee ranches, set of books;
has acted as ngent in various capacities. En
quire of A..1. Davidson, Chas. H. II ass of elty,
or address LESLIE F. GAY, city.
Jels 2w (Uw
LOST AND FOUND.-A man lost his
temper for not finding a good clear or a
good fining shirt, but on perambulating the
street found the first at 107 Main street and
the latter at lis Main street. He is now the
best tempered man ln this city, and he swears
that he will not buy either a cigar or any un
derwear except at tho "Identical."
I. GOLDSMITH,
38 Main St., under Rackman House,
Or at 107 Main street, next to W., F. A Co.'s
Express. > mylB tf
ROOMS.- FAMILY and Single Rooms
with board at Col. Peel's on Spring St.
novlotf
ANEW WILCOX & GIBBS SEWING Ma
chine for sale at 25 per cent, less than
cash price, inquire al this Offlce.
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FOR SALE—FOR. RENT.
~iro rTIs a l c t
THREE HUNDRED BUCKS. 2 years
■ obi, bred from Col. Hoi lister's selected
sheep. Prise, 110toflfi. Apply to
ELLWoon COOPER,
Je2o 3m dAw Santa Barbara,
FOR SALE.—A beautiful Lady's Killing
Horse lor sale at the Pioneer stable. He
Is perfectly kind and safe. ED. DUPUY.
je2o tf
TO LfTT.—Excellent pasturage for 1.500 to
2,000 sheep, with plenty of water, close to
Los A ngeles. Call at Hkkalu office.
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FOR SALE.—Choice Grass Hay, put up
iv compact bales, expressly for uphols
terer's use. Orders promptly attended to.
Address T. F. FULLER, through l'ostofflce.
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FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.-
Beautllul Rooms, en ,vile or single.wllh
all modern Improvements, well ventilated
aud commanding a charming view ol city,
mountain and valley. Apply at the KIM-
B ILL MA.sSION. next door lo Congrega
tional Church, New High streel. j025 lw
TO LET.—Half of second story consisting
of two rooms and a large kitchen, at No.
121 Main street. Enquire of EUGENE GER
MAN A CO. JelO lw
Furniture" for sale, a ioTZt
household furniture, complete for house
keening, suitable for small family. Enquire
at this office. Jels tl •
Fu rniTH^n^blvisrTO JklT-At
the White House; well ventilated and
Kept In good order. Apply up stairs. Jc9 lm*
FOR SALE- -T,ie boarding-house furni
ture and fixtures of the boarding-house
■coiner Alamoda and Commercial streets—all
new. fall on MRS. RUCKEIt, at the prem
ises. JeB lm
TREES FOR SALE.-Hfly Thousand
Orange, Lemon and Dime Trees, suitable
tor setting out In nursery tills Summer.or will
contract to deliver them when four years old.
Address .1. S. CLAPP, Postottice Ik>.\ 69, or np-
Sly at the place of D. CLAPP, four miles
outh of tlie city. Je'J lm
FOR SALE.—Map of the city of Los An
geles, Just published, by BANCROFT A
THAYER, Real Estate Brokers. 21 spring
street, near P. O. Price: Mounted ou rollers,
$1; pocket edition, 81 60. Mailed to any part
ofthe U. S.ou receipt of price. my 23 tf
TO RENT.—On reasonable terms, for
pasture, until September next, 610 acres
of land situated about 8 miles Northwest of
Anaheim aud about 8 miles from the railroad.
Enquire of W. H. J. BROOKS, No. 18 spring
street. my2o
ROQMS TO LET-Furnlshed or Unfur
nished, in the house of an English lady,
ou Beaudry street, between New High and
Buena Vista streets. my M lm*
FOR SALE CHEAP.—A large number
ol thrifty growiug Lime Trees, la good
condition. Apply to
ui2llf J. C. WALLACE, Ban Gabriel.
FOR SALE.—One share Centinela Land
Company stock. Enquire of Dr. Brown,
Mum street, between First and Second.
mySti
MONEY LOANS Negotiated by the firm
of J. M. BALDWIN,
mrl3tf 79 1-2 Downey Block.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
All Political Announcements uinat
be paid for in Advauce.
FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
HORACE BURDICK
Announces himself as a candidate for tlie of
fice or Tax Collector ol Los Angeles county at
the ensuing election In September. Je2 td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER.
J. 11. GRAY,
Of El Monte, is a candidate for County Re
corder. JelB td*
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR.
W.I. RUMBLE
Will be a candidate for ihe office ol County
Surveyor at the coming election. jell td»
COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
THOftL A. SAXON
Will be a candidate for County Superintend
ent of Public Scaools, subject to tile action oi
tlie Democratic Convention. JelO Id*
FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
31. KREMER
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. ALEXANDER,
Of Wilmington, will be a candidate for the
office oi Sheriff of the county of laik Angeles,
sublect to the action of the Democratic Con
vention, jeiltd*
FOR COUNTY RECORDER
JNO. 31 . BALDWIN
Will be a Band I date at the next election for
the office ot County llecorder. JeS Id
Kxprw copy.
FOR SHERIFF.
11. 31. MITCHELL
Announces hI in el: ns a candidate for the of
fice of Sheriff ol Los Angeles county ut tlie
coming (d.c ion. Jo 2 td
FOR COUNTY TREASURER,
EDWA lil> A. PKEUSS
Is a candidate for County Treasurer at tlie ap
preaching election. myll
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
C . W. GOULD
Announces himself us a candidate for County
Auditor ut the ensuing election. myB td
FOR COUNTY RECORDER,
JT. W. GILLETTE,
I PRESENT INCUMBENT)
Desires a second term only. niyl
FOR CONSTABLE.
f\ 11. 3IELLUS
Will b1 a candidate for Constable of Los An
geio* Tt.WUShlp ai the ensuing county elec
tion. iny2B-td
Kol; c I \,A -CIIOOL SDPERINTKND
KNT.
GEO. Jfcl. PECK
(PRESENT INCUMBENT),
Will be a candidate for re-election, my 27
TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1875.
OUI.lt KF.PORT.
San Francisco, June 25
tiold, W.%
Greenbacks—Ruying, 85>i; selling, 87
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Watermelons of diminutive size arc
appearing.
TheMohongo sails for Sun Francisco
to-day.
Mr. Chas. Vivian left yesterday for
the North.
The steamer Ancon from San Fran
cisco will arrive to-morrow.
The Turners give an entertainment
next Monday evening.
Tlie Denin-Sawtelle troupe left Sun
day morning for San Bernardino.
The steamer Mohongo, from San
Francisco, arrived on Sunday.
The railroad employes had hard work
on Sunday receiving freight.
Rev. I. S. Kalloch left for San Fran
cisco yesterday morning at 8 o'clock.
Twenty-five cases of new honey
were shipped to San Francisco yester
day.
Governor Downey arrived at the
Lick House, San Francisco, last Thurs
day.
Next Monday evening the St. Pat
rick Benevolent Society give a ball
at Steam's Hall.
Mr. J. M. Rothehild's parents, two
brothers and a sister, from Louisville,
arrived by the Mohongo.
Deputy Sheriff Prader of Kern
county loft this morning with two
prisoners.
Capt. Sayward, of Riverside, left
the St. Charles Hotel for home yester
day morning.
Information is wanted at the Post
office of Sam McClatchy, formerly of
this county.
Mrs. A. L. Spicer will please call for
a telegram at the Western Union Tel
egraph office, Main street.
The supply yard of the Southern
Pacific Railroad was moved yesterdny
from Spadra to Colton.
M. Devillers, who ha 9 laid out a
pleasant garden on Aliso street, will
open it next Sunday.
The track of the L. A. & I. R. R. is
rapidly being graded to the Agricul
tural Park.
Mayor Beaudry yesterday sent four
men to the chaiu gang, andjiischargud
two.
Rev. Dr. Stone, of San Francisco,
will be here next Sunday. He has the
reputation of being the flnest pulpit
orator on tlie coast.
Sam Prager has received a large and
elegant stock of ludies' dress goods and
ladies' under-wear, which he will sell
at very low figures.
On Sunday morning Rev. I. S. Kal
loch received a telegram from Santa
Barbara, asking him to lecture, but he
was forced to decline it, with his re
grets.
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Will D.
Gould received the hearty congratula
tions of their host of friends for their
future happiness. May their yoke be
easy and their burdeu light.
Sunday afternoon, Lieutenant
Wheeler and the officers of his expe
dition, were sumptuously entertained
at Gen. Stoueman's mansion, San
Gabriel Mission.
Three hundred and three letters
comprise the advertised list of Los
Angeles. This shows that we get the
most of the travel. San Diego, in its
last list, had twenty letters, and Santa
Barbara thirty.
Miss Reiffarth's benefit to-night
should be luade a substantial testimo
nial to her efforts to build up in Los
Augeles a taste for the higher musical
productions. Tickets for sale at Lew
in's.
The Father Matthew Society held
an earnest meeting Sunday night at
Steams' Hall. They agreed to turn
out la force Wednesday night to at
tend the meeting of the State Temper
ance Alliauceat Templar Hall.
Fung Tie, an eminent Chinese mu
sician, is to be here in about a month,
to give one performance. He was ed
ucated at the Government Normal
School of Music at Canton, and per
forms well.
The track was to be laid on tlie S.
X K. R. as far as Colton last evening.
By the Fourth of July, freight and
passenger trains will be run to that
point, virtually connecting us with
Han Bernardino.
We have received the wedding cake
from Mr. and Mrs. Gould, but being
married can't dream on it. We turned
it over to the most romantic young
unmarried man of the establishment,
and he is to go to bed early and try his
luck.
J. W. A. Wright, Lecturer of the
State Grange of California, has accept-
Ed the position of Superintendent of
Agencies for the Southern California
Mutual Aid Association, of this City,
ami will Immediately take the field in
its behalf.
The San Diego World speaks as fol
lows on the water supply of that city:
"Generally speaking, Sau Diego river
is not a success, as a river. It has a
good deal of "sand in its craw," but
yet it "dries up" very quickly, while
the scarcity of water makes it scarcely
worth a dam.
We are informed that the School
Census Marshal is drawing his labors
to a close and will probably have his
report finished by to-morrow evening.
Meanwhile, if any families have been
omitted in the census taking, they
will confer a favor by reporting to the
Marshal at his office.
Our young friend, Mr. Frederick
Eaton, the Assistant Superintendent
of the Los Angeles Water Company,
was married Sunday morning by tlie
Rev. Mr. Hill, to Miss Helen Burdick.
The ceremony was performed at the
residence of the bride's father. We
join with the friends of the happy
couple in wishing them long life ami
a 9 little sorrow as can be vouchsafed
to mortals.
The body of a baby, probably three
months old, was found yesterday
morning by Marshal Carrillo under a
Louse on First street, between Main
and Los Angeles, where it had appar
ently lain about a year. The supposi
tious mother has ln the meantime
gone to Santa Barbara, where she is
reported to have died.
On Friday last the following Los
Angeles citizens were at the Rush
House: J.J. Warner, E. H. Boyd, J.
S. Thompson, S. A. Waldron, J. M.
Gunu, P. 0. Tonna. At the Grand
were, A. J. King, and E. Lyon and
wife. At the Brooklyn were Mrs.
Wagener and family, and Mrs. M. J.
Moore. At the Occidental, C. Shields.
At the Lick, J. G. Downey and wife,
at the American Exchange, C. Dri
vaune.
A new broom sweeps clean, as the
saying goes, and there are none that
Bweepcleaner than those manufactured
by L. W. Gcrrish at his factory, No.
60 Aliso street. This manufactory, re
cently established in our city, should
be well supported, both for the pur
pose of encouraging home Industry
and a saving in expense, as a better
article can be secured here at a less
price than that brought from San
Francisco.
The Sauret Troupe.
Turn-Verein Hall was crowded last
night by a refined and critical audi
ence. The programme of the Sauret
troupe brought out their proficiency iv
the most astonishing manner and the
audience gave tliem repeated encores.
To say that all were delighted would
be tame commendation; to say that
their equals as performers in this line
have never been seen iv Los Angeles,
would be nearer the truth. With the
talent of the gentlemen of the troupe
and the genius, youth and beauty of
the ladies, we predict for the Sauret
troupe a long and brilliant career.
ThTweddl rg Bells.
We received yesterday an elegantly
printed invitation to attend a wedding
reception of Mr. and Mrs. T. Jeff
White, to be given by Col. and Mrs.
E. J. C. Kewenat their residence, Mis
sion San Gabriel, on July Ist at 8 p. M.
Col. T. Jeff White is a well kuown cit
izen of Los Angeles and the bride is
Miss Annua Green, of St. Louis, Mo.
The social position of the parties, the
wealth of the groom and the beauty of
the fair bride, all contribute to insure
a happy future. The Herald may
not be at the reception, but in advance
presents its editorial compliments,
Wishing them a happy voyage on the
matrimonial sea.
A Card.
As I will shortly remove from the
well known Cigar Store, next to Wells,
Fargo & Co.'s Express, I take this op
portunity to offer my entire stock of
cigars, tobacco, pipes and smokers'
articles, contained at the stand, at cost
price. Any one buying a box of cigars
will get them at manufacturer's price,
as the stock must be closed out in a
very short time. Ido not wish to re
move any of it to the store, Identical,
at 38, Main street, as the stock of
cigars, tobacco, gents furnishing
goods is already large enough to sup-
Ely all the wants of the public. The
usiness, after the removal, will be
carried on at 38, Main street, under
the Baekman House, where I "hope
that all those who have so far favored
me with their custom, and put up with
the inconvenience of walking a block
further, as the quality of the goods
will amply reward them for the
trouble.
Public School Improvementt.
The Schoolmaater says: Contracts
have been let for the erection of four
new school houses, one in East Los
Angeles, one ou Pearl street, near the
Woolen Mills, and oue near the cross
ing of Washington and Figueroa
streets.
Mr. Skinner has the contract for
putting a story on the L of the Spring
streetschool house. The work is to be
completed before the first of August.
Tlie houses will be frame buildings,
36ft, by 28ft, and 14ft high. There
will be two ante-rooms for hats and
cloaks, and a room for the library and
teacher's wardrobe. The schoolroom
will he 30ft by 28ft. It will be lighted
by six large windows, and will be Well
supplied with blackboards.
The houses are all so situated as to
have ample grounds for recreation.
These grounds can be easily improved
and made very attractive.
The High School building will be
re-painted in a way to make it a thing
of beauty. When all the improve
ments projected by the Board of Edu
cation arc finished the citizens will
realize that their money, so freely giv
en, has been Well expended.
Miners' Meeting at Lyon's Station.
We have received the following re
port of a miners' meeting held at
Lyon's Station for the purpose of
electing a Recorder for the Petroleum
Mining District of San Fernando, in
pursuance of the following notice:
There will be an annual election for
a Recorder of this district held a!
Lyon's Station, on the 261 Ii day of
this month, at 10 A. M. All persons
interested in mining land in Ibis dis
trict will please attend.
Clfß. Lfamino, Recorder.
San Fernando Petroleum Mining
District, June 14th, 1875
The above having been Betted as re
quired by law, the meeting WM called
to order by electing L. B. H»ntOMBP
Permanent President and Charles G.
Barclay Secretary.
Mr. Chr. Leamiug was duly nomin
ated for Recorder of said district. After
due notice, nominations closed. To
vote by ballot was determined by mo
tion.
Motion to appoint tellersof election
by President carried. James Mar
shall and Banning Gates appointed.
On motion, polls to close at 5 o'clock.
('v tried.
Tlie polls opened at 1:15 and closed
at 5 o'clock, with the following result:
Chr. Learning, seventeen votes, being
duly elected for one year.
L. P. Hanscom, Prea't.
Charles G. Barclay, Hec'y.
We, the tellers of an election held as
per above minutes, do certify that the
above is correct.
James Marshall,
Banning Gates.
Lyon's Station, June 26th.
Fourth of July.
The Fourth of July Committee were
busy yesterday, perfecting arrange
ments for the celebration of the Fourth.
The Grand Marshal reported bis order
for forming the line of procession, and
the line of march of the same, as fol
lows:
WHERE THE DIVISIONS WILD FORM.
. Procession will form as follows:
First Division —Ou Aliso street,
right resting on Los Angeles.
Second Division—On Los Angeles
street, right resting on junction of
Los Angeles and Aliso streets.
Third Division— On Los Angeles
street, right resting on Requena.
LINE OF MARCH.
Up Los Angeles street to Plaza;
around the Plaza to Main street; down
Main to Sixth; up Sixth to College
grounds.
Return March— Up Fort street to
Third; down Third to Spring; down
Spring to Plaza, where procession will
disband.
Order of Procession.
FIRST DIVISION.
Los Angeles Guards.
Los Angeles Riflemen.
Veterans of War of 1812.
Veterans of Mexicau War.
Band.
Fire Department.
President, Speaker, &c.
SECOND DIVISION.
Band.
Turnverein Gerinania,
All Civic Societies.
City and County Officials.
Judiciary.
Trades.
THIRD DIVISION.
Band.
Butchers.
Mounted Horsemen.
Carriages.
THE MARSHALS.
Following is a list of the Marshals
so far appointed:
Grand Marshal, Gen. Geo. Stone
man.
Deputy Grand Marshal, W. R. Row
land.
First Division—Assistant Marshal,
P. Butler.
Second Division—Assistant Marshal,
Maj, Horace Bell.
Third Division—Assistant Marshal,
F. Guiradp.
And each assistant is authorized and
required to appoint two Deputy Assis
tant Marshals.
The Turners Will Celebrate.
Iv another column appears an an
nouncement of the celebration of In
dependence Day, to take place on the
evening of the sth of July under the
auspices of the Turn-Verein Germauia.
The programme comprises a perform
ance aud ball at Turn - Verein Hall,
aud is as follows:
Overture by the Band — National
Air.
Song—Star Spangled Banner, with
tableau -Washington with the Consti
tution, one foot resting on a crown.
Song—Red, White and Blue.
Tableau—Washington, with the first
Thirteen States of the Union, repre
sented by thirteen children dressed in
white.
National Air by the Rand—Hail Co
lumbia.
Tableau — Columbia represented as
liberating tbe oppressed, aud North
and South greeting.
National Air by the Band.
Tableau —Columbia and Germania
(with shield and banner) greeting.
Magic Pantomime — The Ghost io
the Tavern.
Interlude.
Pyramids.
The Thole to conclude with a grand
ball.
We are glad to see our German citi
zens engaged so heartily in celebrating
the anniversary of the independence
of their adopted country. With such
a line of attractions as they present in
their programme, there will certainly
be a large attendance and a geueral
good time.
Travelers' Home.
Arrivals by Coast Stage Line yester
day from Ventura: N H R Selligan.
From Guadalupa: Geo Bryan.
Arrivals by Arizona Stage Company
from Sun Bernardino yesterday: Mrs
Spiker unci daughter, T Loss, H Fran
cis, | Mat, Mr McCasklll, F Antonio,
Jos Metzker, J Stockton.
Departures per Coast Stage Com
pany's Line yesterday for San Diego:
.1 G ('apron and wf.
Departures for San Francisco yester
day by Coast Stage Company's Line:
B Reinhardt, J H Freeman, M Blum.
For Santa Barbara: R Barry.
For Sau Buenaventura: C Kenzel, J
G Walker.
For San Luis Obispo: Donna Inez.
Departures yesterday by Telegraph
Stage Co.'s Line for San Francisco:
J B Frster, B T Armstrong, 8 E Bates,
('has Vivian, C S Flanders, E A Hose
-111:1 1, Prof Falkenau, Rev I S Kalloch,
Cunpt W F Sayward, E J Fnller.
Arrivals by Telegraph Staire Line
from Sun Francisco Sunday: MrSimp
kins, W II Jacobs, Mr Levick, Mr
Chiatait, Mr Walker, Mr Miller, Mr
Qunn, Mr Harper, Mr Fuller, Mr
Thompson, Mr Lepnite, Thos Comey,
Miss Uetluind, Harry Thompson.
Arrivals yesterday by Telegraph
Stage Line yesterday from San Fran
cisco: (' H Morris, D X Smith, J Mc-
Guirk, J Scott, Mr Dillon, Miss Hllson,
Mr Herzot, Mr Tash.
We am heartily commend the Sau
ret troupe to the patronage of the
people of Anaheim. They are pos
sessed of the genius of music and pre
sent a programme that would charm
the gods.
We find the following complimen
tary notice of Judge DeLong In the
Kangan, Independence, Kausns: John
Munger has returned from California.
He was at Los Angeles,and saw Judge
DeLong and the rest of the boys. John
says that the Judge sits up until mid
night, cussing Independence folks and
that he used to go and help tlie old
fellow out once In a while." We
think Judge Do Long is about right in
his imprecations 011 the inhabitants of
Independence, Kansas, where York,
the great political fraud of Kansas, re
sides.
At a regular meeting held last Sun
day, the 27th, at the Hall of tbe I. O.
B. 8., the following officers were duly
elected for the ensuing term. A. W.
Edelman, President; A. Goldsmith,
Vice-President; S. Prager, M.; M.
Hoff. Secretary; I. Norton, Treasurer;
G. Katzenstein, A. M.; C. Behrendt,
W.; L. Levy, Card. The installation
of officers will take place on the 11th of
July, at 7} o'clock p. M.
Jack ley's Vienna Circus with al! the
paraphernalia will pitch their tents
here next Friday, and old and young
will be ou tbe qui-vive for the appear
ance of the clown, gymnasts, actors
and trained animals.
It will be seen from our advertising
columns that the Sauret Troupe will
give another performance next Satur
day evening. The house will undoubt
edly be crowded.
The Bazaar, corner of Main and Re
quena streets, has just received an Im
mense stock of new goods, consisting
of clothing, dry goods, boots, shoes,
hats, etc., which they will sell at bot
tom prices. Call and examine their
stock. ml
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
BACKMAN HOUSE-Mr. 4 Mrs. Baekman.
T M Craft, Pasadna Mrs J H Sloutenbor-
CHSlmpktns, SF rough, SF
Mrs Elliott* sn.do F C Cheston, Pa
X Berry, do WELevlek.do
W N Walker, Ens W N Jaeobv.do
I Carpenter A wf. Nts TC SeveranceAw.Bstn
J 8 Heverence, 8 Brbra A C Gibson, Pa
M S Severance, do D W Blanchard, Bostn
RG Rhouds, Ohio EG Johnson, do
G Hoag, NY O Stockton, Baar Vly
ST. CHARLES—SaIarI A Garing. Proprietors.
J W Wright, Orange W T Say ward, Riversd
IS Kalloch, 8 F C White. Spadra
TJ Morse, do T G Kammeren, Pa
W Meyers, do J E 8011, do
A P Jordan, do AM Scott, do
H O Rettqurg.Cot W T Lambln. wf A sir,
Hy Glass, S F - Sacrmnto
T F Pegg, Riversd P Crnck, Sac
I Turner. do G W Kerel. Anhni
LLPailsen.SF WROlderi, do
W F Hall, do E B Prater. Bkrsfld
MTasli, do WKII Sulllger, Ohio
I) X Smith, do H Francis, S Frudo
W J Ruth, lowa Miss A MeFudden.Snt
T A Blair, Chicago Ana
LAFAYETTE—FIuhr & Gerson, Proprietors.
C II Baker, Soledad C H A Munson. S Qabrl
s S Meyer, 8 F AS Dlnn, S Brbra
0 H Suluris, Kan J Bassett, Ft Lyon
J Serrano, 8 Diego
UNITED STATES- Hammel 4 linker. Prps
J A Lewis 4 wf, S F E A !><• Camp A wf, 111
Mrs Ptepenhurg.do J Wicker.wf 4(i eh. Pa
TDono\an,Sl< Mrs Hnnkl-i 4 4ch, Pu
A Triboded, do J rorsl \ wf, Germany
C Elioth, do M 171 rich, do
W Fljn, do Feb-rev, i'rescott
F Hell, do p Ran.lull. 8 Monica
T Flood, do J MahiHrr 4 1 slrs.Spda
JMThomas,.lo E I' Ft Imr, Spadra
JCurt*s,Sac .1 Stewart. do
E M Houghton, Rlucn J Meobl, AguaCallcnte
W Reek, do .1 Moiulik, do
DCrarapton.s F H Wavntan, Wstmstr
T Miller. do W L ltiggs, A T
A Rotbcnlld.do PCioHiey, do
H G White, do W Beach, S Ls Obispo
WCullen, do PMcOuirk Kern Co
J Lettmyer, do Miss E Meliuirk.do
J M Cochran,do Miss M.Mo ulrk.do
D J Harris, 111 C G Barclay, Lyon Sin
J McCarty, do J Smith ft Wf, do
E Boemer, do W Smith, do
ft Rogers, h Monica Dr Dalton. 11l
G C Graham, AT Ii Moore, S Frudo
G W Williums, Lyons W H Ramsey, do
JCIos, Msn A Mazer, do
H K louse, n Brbra D Mitchell, do
WBaiheler.SF EBPratoi, ..<>
Mrs Lyon, do J R Little. Riversd
J Hunt n-y,Fountain V Mrs Spier, do
G E Hubbel, do S AMot.ut:, \zusu
JC Palmer, do MrsMeputveda.Wlmg
J Hulkobg. do Miss Sepulveda, tin
JKidWclJ, do TB i uek-i, p»
I. Baitholmcw.do FJ Raymond, 111
B Purdy, Snt Monica J W Henry, Puente
W P Brown, do H Nelson, do
L Mebony, do G B Moore, Spadra
MISCELLANEOUS.
SANTA MONICA
A N D
SHOO IP lv Y.
A FOUR-HORSE STAGE,
J. M. DONELSON, : : Proprietor,
«. --JCiIS Will leave Los Angeles
at at 7::iU A. M. Re
y~'7tK*in will arrive In Los
Angeles al 6 p. m.
Passengers called for in any purt ofthe city.
Tickets can be had at the Stage Office, in
Wells, Fargo A l.'o.'s Offlce, corner Main and
Market streets. GEO. PRIDHAM,
my23tf Agent.
A RARE CHANCE.
Elegant Villa, Orchard and
Vineyard Sites
— IN TH X —
SAN GABRIEL FRUIT BELT.
ALHAMBRA LAND.
MESSRS. WILSON & SHORB,
The proprietors of the Alhambra Tract, near
the Mission, will offer for sale, In small tracts,
in the vicinity of the reservoir where the water
is now flowing, lrom
Two to Three Hundred Acres
Intending purchasers can inform themselves
of particulars by applying to
C. CABOT, Temple Block,
Or at Lake Vineyard, to
B. 0. WILSON,
ap2Btf J. DeBABTH WHO KB.
FARMERS, ATTTENTION!
Greatest Invention of the Age!
GLIDOEN'S BARBED WIRE FENCE
BKST STOCK FENCE EVER OFFERED
to the Coast. On exhibition aud for sale
at the
GRANGE NTORiG,
LOB ANGELES.
J. W. STU MP,
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Rooms S and 4 Downey Block.
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East Los Angeles & Main Street
OMNIBUS LINE.
DELOS CAMPBELL, : : Proprietor
TIME TABLE.
EAST LOS ANOELES WEST L'S ANGELES
Downey Park. Intersecting Main and
Spring streets.
Leamm. Arrives. leaves. Arrives.
IISVA. M. 7:80 A. m. 7:00 a.M. 7:00 A. M.
K:.O " 9:00 " 8:30 " 8:30 "
0:111 " 10:20 - 9:50 " 9:40 "
10:30 " 12;00 m. 11:30 " 11:00 "
l:0o p. it, 2:20, P.M. 1:50 P.M. 1:80 p. M.
2:10 •' 4:00 " 3:80 " 3:10 "
l:.o " 5:40 " 5:10 " 4:50 "
rtM, " 8:80 " 6:30 "
Sixteen Tickets for $1.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
VICTOR PONET,
PIONEER UNDERTAKER
60 Main St.. Loe Angeles, Cal.
Koeds on hand the Largest and Best Assort
ment of
Metalic and Wooden Coffins Shrouds,
Trimmings, etc., etc.,
In this City, direct from the East. Dealers ln
the country will And it to their Interest to give
him a cal I, as he will sell goods
Cheaper than they can get
them In San Francisco.
FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF FUNERALS.
bodies Embalmed for Shipment East.
All orders by telegraph promptly attended
to. The finest
Mearse In Southern California.
GO TO THE
POSTOFFICE STATIONERY STORE
— FOB —
LAW'BLANKSf NEWSPAPERS,
-AKD
(iKNKRAL STATIONERY
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GUM TREES.
I WILL DELIVER ANY QUANTITY OF
Gum Trees anywhere In this or San Ber
nardino county, ranging in height from 6to
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.
Los Angeles, April 2.1875. apS ly
CAMPBELL'S
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE,
No. 47 Aliso St., Los Angeles.
HORSES BOARDED by the day, week
or month. Horses, wagons and buggies
for sale or hire. Sick horses prescribed for.
Colts bitted, handled and driven.
Connected with the stable is the finest Hack
in the city. Stand at the Baekman House.
Je24tf D. CAMPBELL, Prop'r.
SANTA MONICA
PASTRY BAKERY.
HENRY LECROQ Proprietor
A SUPPLY KEPT constantly on hand
and cooking of all kinds done to order,
SANTA MONICA, NEAR SPRING.
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Dissolution of Partnership.
THE FIRM heretofore known as Askin
A Hewett is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, J. Hewett retiring. T. J. Askin
Is alone authorized to collect all monies due
the late firm and pay all liabilities.
T. J. ASKIN.
J. HEWETT.
The livery business and buck will be con
tinued ln the same place by
Je2B IQt T. J. ASKIN.
SEWING MACHINES.
ALL KINDS OF BEWINQ MA
chines sold, reuted or exchanged ou easy
terms.
All kinds of Sewing Machine Attachments,
Needles, Oil, etc., on hand.
General Agency for Southern California for
Remington and Victor Machines at Sewing
Machine Depot of
A. M. JANES,
«0 SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES.
my 15 if
SELECT SCHOOL,
For Boys and Cirls.
Spring Street, below Third.
TERMS PER MONTH, IN ADVANCE.
To Fourth Reader S 3 00
To Algebra 4 00
Higher brunches Extra.
Classes so arranged that promotions can be
made as soon as tbe pupil ls prepared.
REFERENCES.
Dr. Hoffman, S. W. Craigue and Joseph D.
Lynch, of the Evening Krjrreu.
my29tf J. D. DORLAN, Principal.
Notice of Application for Pardon.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE UNDElt
signed will apply to the Governor of the
State of California ior the pardon oi Jose del
Carmel Lugo, convicted before the District
Court of the 17th Judicial District of the State
of Calijornia, ln and for the county of Los
Angeles, of Ihe crime of manslaughter and
sentenced July 24,1874, to Ihe State Prison
for the term of five years.
1,08 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, 1875.
V. E. HOWARD,
Je4 lm District Attorney.
E. E. Fisher. L. W. Thatchkr.
FISHER & THATCHER,
Wholesale and Retail Manulacturers of
JEWELBY,
WATCHMAKERS
AND
OPTICIANS.
Have in stook the very flnest
.lewelry, Diamonds, Watches,
(Jlockw, Wilver-ware.
Irv *s.'-
FINHKK * THATCHER,
Keepers ofthe standard (observatory) time
for the elty, and 8. P. R. R.
febl2tt «7 Mala Nt.. I.os Aukclos.
NOTICE
f 8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE TAXES
1 on the school assessment for Los 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.
Je6 3m J. Z. MORRIS, Collec'or.
Notice of Dissolution.
THE PARTNERSHIP heretoforeexi*t-
I lug between T. Lamzarovich and Moses
Norton In the grocery, provision and liquor
business, under tlie Arm name and style of
T. Lazzarovlch 4 Co., Is hereby declared to
he wholly dissolve, i. All debts owing to said
firm will be collected by Moses Norton, who
will also pay all legal demands against the
same.
Los Angeles, June 18, 1875.
Jel7 Ira M. NORTON.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LEWIS LEWIN,
SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK a CO..
At the well known
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE,
Spring street, adjoining tbe Postofflee,
Id offering to his friends and tbe public in
general, tbe flnest 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
Aud hundreds of other articles, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will be spared to meet the wants
ofthe public, and I hope to merit a fair share
if patronage.
Jan 8-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 & ZLLIS.
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LOS ANGELES BROOM FACTORY,
U W. GERRIBH „ Proprietor
No. 60 Aliso Street.
Manufacturer and dealer in Brooms and
Brushes, Orders PROMPTLY filled.
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NEW GOODS!" NEW GOODS!!
NEW GOODS!
— ■ — -e> ••
MENDEL MEYER
Has Just returned from San Francisco with a
complete Summer stock of
JURY GOO JDS
— Awn
CLOTHING.
He invites his friends to callon him and ex
amine his stock at the well known stand, cor
ner of Los Angeles and Commercial steeets.
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LOS ANGELES CITY
HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION!
SHAREHOLDERS AND THOSE WIBH-
O ing to take shares, will please take notice
that on
Thursday, July I, 1876,
The lots will be distributed among the share
holders, and all Instalments becoming due by
the Ist of July next must be paid on or belore
tbe day of distribution. The tract of land lo
be distributed among the shareholders lies
Just North of
MORRIS' VINEYARD,
Between Pico and Washington streets; is one
ofthe finest locations ln the city, und is rap-
Idly appreciating In value.
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
The alac of all the lots Is
10« «-« FEET FRONT
BY
17*5 4-S FEET DKKP.
The price of lots is fixed at $300, payable lv
monthly instalments of $20, without Interest,
until paid.
This Association a fine opportunity for
persons of small means to procure, on terms
which they will hardly feel, a homestead lv
one ofthe most desirable and improving sec
tions of our city,only « few steps from the
Main Street Railroad, which ls now nearly iv
operation, and directly on the line of the pro
jected railroad by Washington street to the
Ballona.
Subscription list at the office of the Secre
tary. ED. A. PREUSS,
mys Secretary.
SANTA MONICA HOTEL,
MORGAN & MONROE,
P ROP HIETOHS.
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NOTICE OF REMOVAL
THE AGENCY OF
THE HALLET DAVIS
AND OTHER
PIANOS,
is removed from Main and Second streets to
No. ICO Main Street,
Between First and Second, ou the East side,
nearly opposite.
A. It. HAVELI*
Teacher of Music.
sarPIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED"**
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RESIDENCE PROPERTY
IT O R ft JL L X% .
BRUNING TRACT.
THIS PROPERTY, located on Main
I street, between Twelfth and Pico SU..
Is now sub-divded tn lots aud Is offered for
sale on reasonable terms.
TITLE PERFECT.
Apply to
K. Jf. BRUNING,
At the property, or to
CHAS. R. JOHNSON,
jeB lm Post office Block.
GIO TO
SUMMERS & NELSON'S,
No. 16 spring Street,
TO GET THE RICHEST ICE CREAM,
the finest assortment of CANDIES, and
tin best
lOE COLD SODA
In the city. To prove the above, give them a,
trial. Je« tf

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