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Facts and Fancies.
A lawyer is not a necessity, for
necessity knows no law.
What part of speech is distasteful to
lovers'.' The third person.
Nobody ever believes your expla
nation of how you got a black eye.
The bad boys still go fishing on the
Sabbath, but they have to go home
to get a bite.
This is the year in which woman
proposes, God disposes, and a Con
gressional committee exposes.
Says a country editor: "Who drinks
all the whisky made in the United
States? is what staggers us." It is
enough to stagger anybody.
"I would not for any mouey," says
Jean Paul Rlebter, "have had money
iv youth." That's the way we feel.
We would rather have it how.
"I can't find bread for my family,"
said a lazy fellow lv a publiccompany.
"Nor I," replied au industrious
miller, "I am obliged to work lor it."
"Is your house a warm one, land
lord?" asked a gentleman in March
of a house. "It ought to be," was
the reply; "the painter gave it two
In response to an inquiry, "How
can I keep my husband at home in
evening?" the Rochester Democrat
aptly suggests, "Take a club und try
to drive him out."
A boy's idea of having a tooth
drawn may be summed up as follows:
"The doctor hitched fast on me;
pulled his best, and just before it kill
ed me the tooth came out."
"There's about 2(l,()00 unmarried
woman In Philadelphia.'' Ah! ah!
always thought this scheme of the
Centennial covered up some deep-laid
design against mankind.
Were we going to marry we
wouldn't give one girl who can put
a patch on apairofpautaloons for fifty
girls who can do nothing but work
blue dogs, lying on a grass bank under
a purple sky, in worsted
At a wedding recently, when the
clergyman asked the lady, "Wilt
thou have this man to be thy wed
ded husband?" she, with becoming
modesty which lent her beauty an
additional grace, replied, 'If you
At the show the other evening a
geutlemafl sarcastically asked a man
standing up in front of him if he was
ware that he was opaque. The oth
er denied the allegation, and said he
was not opaque—his name was
"I make it a point, madam, to study
my own mind, said a gentleman to a
lady who had exhibited some sur
prise at an opinion he had expressed.
"Indeed," she replied, "I didn't
suppose you understood the use of the
A philosopher says: "The wish or
willingness to lean upon one anoth
er is ignoble; to lean ou one's self a
lone is grand. That may do for a
seutiment; but there are times when
a lean on posts, or lien on another
man's property is both profitable and
"May they always live In peace
aud harmony," was the way a Yan
kee marriage notice should have
wound up; but the compositor, who
couldn't read manuscript very well,
put iv type and horrified the happy
couple by making it read: "May they
always live on peas and hominy."
A set of false teeth that belonged to
George Washington has been sent to
Philadelphia, and will be exhibited at
the Centennial. A patriotic citizen
says he was very much re'eived when
he saw them, because-if George had
Blipped up while crossing the Del
ware he could have hung on the bot
tom ofthe boat by such teeth as those
until the nation had time to turn out
to his rescue.
A little fellow ran to his mother the
other day and asked:
"Ma, can I have some bread and
His mother, wishing to break him
of the vicious habit, replied:
W"henl was your age I couldn't get
anything to eat between meals if I
"Yes" said the boy after a moment's
pause, "but you didn't have a good,
nice mamma, did you?"
That settled it in favor of the young
"Charles, my darling Charles,
promise me one thing," said the bride
of a month, as she threw her arms
around her husband's neck aud gazed
anxiously into his face. "What is it,
precious?" he asked, as he drew her
to his bosom. "Promise me, Charles,
dear that you will not become a cand
idate for the Presidency?" "Why, my
darling, that is asfcing a good deal,"
be replied, aud his countenance dark
ened. There is Jones, Smith and
Brown'>nd, in fact, all the best peo
ple they are candidates. You want
me to be somebody, dou't you?" "Yes,
yes, Charles, I do, I do," said the
young wife, bursting into tears; "but
all the newspapers will tell how big
my feet are, and you know folkes
think that anybody's feet may be
goodshaped if they are large."
One Hundred Years Ago.
Oue hundred years ago wedding
tours were not fashionable.
One hundred years ago farmers did
not cut their legs oft' with mowing
One hundrid years ago our moth
ers did not worry over disordered sew
One hundred years ago horses which
could trot a mile in 2:14 weft some
One hundrid years ago it took sev
eral years to procure a divorce and
flud a congenial spirit.
One hundred years ago 'crooked"
whiskey took theirs straight.
Oue hundred years ago every young
man was not an applicant for a posi
tion as a clerk or bookkeeper.
One hundred years ago kerosene
lamps did not explode, and assist wo
man to shuttle oil' their coil.
One hundred years ago men did
not commit suicide by going up in
balloons and coming down without
One huudred years ago Englaud
was not very far behind the United
States in all that goes to make a na
tion powerful and progressive.
One hundred years ago a young
woman did not lose cnst by wetting
her hands in dishwater, or rubbing
the skin oil' her knuckles on a wash
One hundred years ago the physi
cian who could not draw every form
of disease from the system by tap
ping a large vein in the arm, was
not much of a doctor.
One hundred years ago men were
not running about over the country
with millions of fish eggs to be hatch
ed to order. Fish superintended their
own hatching in those days.
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS
13 J± IS X,
OF LOS ANCELES.
Capital - #000,000 on
JOHN C DOWNEY, - President
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, - - Cashier
F. LECOUVRL Jrt - - Ast. Cashier.
BOARD fit DIRECTORS!
John G. Downey, Chaki.ks Ducommi/n,
L M. Hellman, 0, W. Cun.ns,
John S. Ukif-kin, M. Ki:llkk,
F. Lkcouvkeuii/ C E. Tiioh,
Isa;>s W- llkm.san.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE ON
Kw* Vorli, London, Dublin
if rank fori. I'irir. llerliii
and iinmlmi 2.
Receive Deposits and issue Their Cer
BUY AND SELL
and C'TY BONDS.
Will also pay the Highest Price forGOLI
AND SILVER BULLION.
From and after this date, ou ull movies !• 1
as TERM DEPOSITS Interest will ta allowed
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
I .<>)■» Angclcg, Cai.
CAPITAL STOCK, (paid up) $300,000
Pkksidekt J. 8. SLAUSOE
VICK-PKK.sn>KNT R. S. BAKEIt
niREC'I WKN :
J. S. SLAUSON, P. BEAUDRY
V. A. HOOVER, ROBERT S. BaKEK,
J. BIX BY, H. B. TK'HENOR.
GEORGK S. DODGE.
Receive Savings lb nk-deposlts.
Buy and sell exchange on Sun Krauoise.
New York London, Paris, Berlin and Prank
Buy exchange on all parte of the Unite.
States and Europe.
Receive money on open account and eertil!
cate of deposit.and (h» a general bunking an 1
Open Saturdays from ti]4 to Bp. at.
Of Los Angeles.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $300,000
M. S. PATRICK President
E. F. SPENCK,. Cashle
M. s. Patkic k, s. H. Vott,
A.H.Wilcox, H. Mahhky,
H. M. Johnston, 1. Lankkkshim
O. S. Wituekhy, .Jno. Capuos
E. F. SPK.NCK.
This Rank Is prepared to receive deposit
on open account, issue Certificates of Deposit
and transact a general Banking Baseness.
Collections made and proceeds remitted a
current rates of exchange.
FEED STABLE.WOOD& HAY YARD
No, 10l .Mn in Htreet.
Fresh baled hay a specialty—the cheapest
Wood and hay delivered free to any part of
the city, by the load or bale. aprl2-lm*
Dissolution of Copartnership
THE copartnership heretofore existing be
tween T. S. Stanway and W. W. Ross,
under the firm hatne of Stanway A Ross, in
the practice oi medicine In i be city and coun
ty of Los Angeles, State of California, is this
day dissolved at and by the expressed will of
T. S. stanway.
Los Angeles City, Cat;, June Ist, 1876.
Is now prepared to furnish nil kinds of
WINDOW AND DOOR CAPS.
BELTING COURSES. STEPS,
CARRIAGE BLOCKS, PAVEMENTS,
SIDEWALKS, WATER PIPES.
FOUNTAIN BASINS, VASES,
COPING, CEMETERY WORK,
RESERVOIRS AND WATER TANKS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Leave orders at tho office of Barbee & Gates
Page A Gravel, or at tae Works of the Com
FRED. DOHS &, CO.
Have On hand a large stock of
Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees,
Best Los Angeles and Foreign varieties,
\xr hich they will sell cheap tor cash or in
y v etftfhaogeforland. Apply at
FRED. DOHS 1 BARBERSHOP,
Corner ot Spring and Market streets.opposlte
Court House Los Angeles. Junlg-lrn
First-Class Agricultural and
— IX TH It
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Address HARPER A HHORHERH, N. Y.
The Steams Ranchos,
ALFRED ROBINSON, Trustee,
542 .Market street, Nau Francisco, Cal.
QA / VV"s ACRES OF LAND FOR
•JXJf \J\f\J sale, In lots to suit, suitable
for theeulture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes,
Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Apples,
Pears .Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax, Ra
mie, Cotton, etc., and also many thousand
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable
Good water is abundaut at an Hveragcdeptb
of six feet from the surface. On almost every
acre of this land FLOWING ARTESIAN
WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele
vated port ions can be Irrigated by the water
of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands
are naturally moist, requiring only good cul
tivation to produce crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance in one,
two and three years, with 10 per cent interest.
I will take pleasure ln showing these lands
to parties seeking land, who are Invited to
come and see this extensive tract before pur
WM. R. OLDEN, Agent.
Auuheiiu, Los Angeles county, Dec. 24, 1874.
THE ' GRANGE STORE"
ON ITS FEET.
Co to the OLD Number
184 MAIN STREET.
JNO. H. SEYMOUR, Agent,
Notice of Dissolution.
THE firm heretofore existing under the
name of Charles Moore A Co., conduct
ing a lurniture and general merclinmlislng
business, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent,('harles Moore retiring. The bust
ness will be continued by H. Grosser.who as
sumes all will collect sll ac
counts. Parties having claims against the
late Arm will please present the same within
CHARLES MOORE, <
Jun2o-4w H. GROSSER. .
Log Angeles, June 19th, 1876. |
Vaults, Vault Doors,
Bank Locks, Etc.
Hall's Safe and Lock Co.,
537 Market St,,
San Francisco, Cal.
BANKERS AND MERCHANTS.
Commercial Bank, Los Angeles.
Los Angeles County Bank, Los Angeles.
Santa Barbara County.
Treasurer Santa Barbara County.
HOl ton's New Bank, San Diego.
Bank of San Jose.
Treasurer Santa Clara Ceunty.
First National Gold Bank, Ban Francisco.
Safe Deposit Co., "
Tall ant A Co., •
Bank of British Columbia, "
Bank of san Francisco, "
Western Savings A Trust Co., "
Flood A O'Brien. "
Treasuror Ventura County.
U. S. Custom House, San Diego.
LOS a nqei.es.
H. Newmark A Co. Bell A Green.
Daily Heruld. Dr. L. Terry.
A. A. Wilson. Fisher A ' butcher.
T. B. Saunders A Co. T. F. Ward.
Perry,WoodworthACn Clark A Austin, Aua-
L. Llchtenberger. helm.
A. E. Horton. IJohu V. Young.
Horton Huuse. |W. J. McCormlck.
Chaffee A McKeeby. IDaly A Rogers.
T. A. Corey.
REMINGTON FAMILY SEWING
Are Superior to All Others.
The use of them is very easily acquired, and
any girl of ordinary intelligence Is capable of
keeping them In order.
of tlie Machine Is such that it maf be run at a
higher rate of speed than any Shuttle Ma
chine now in the market, In factories where
tho rate of speed has been registered, over
1.000 fttltflies |ter;Mluute
have been attained with esse.
being so strong in all their parts and fitted
with great mechanical nicety, und being free
from the harsh Jarring movements and trie
tlon so common in inferior machines they
will wear a lonauime without repair of any
By a simple change ot the needle and thread
they will sew the finest cam brio or the heavy
FIFTH-THEY HAVE NO ROTARY CAMS,
Cog-wheelsor leverarms to make a noise,run
hard, or to get out of order.
SIXTH-THEY HAVE AN ADJUSTABLE
Feed which muy be raised or lowered at pleas
SEVENTH-ALL THEIR MOVEMENTS
are positive and they cannot be thrown out ol
Manufactured by the Largest Manufactur
ing company iv America, possessing a world
wide reputation in the manufacture of their
firearms, they afford a guaiantee of perfection
iv work and construction,
No other sewing machine has ever been in
troduced so quickly and met with Mich rapid
sale as the
It arouses the jealousy, opposition and per
sistent mis-representation of theolderSewing
Machine Companies through their agents,
and even the old Singer Company, through
its agents devotes tne largest part ot Its adver
tisements to show that it is not an improved
Singer, and that its calculations are upon
"With malice toward none and charity for
ull," 11 will be the aim of the agent of the
Remington Sewing Machine
to afford to all an opportunity ot testing
merits with those of any other, and let them
make their own selection.
BUY THE BEST.
A. M. JANES & CO.,
General Agent foi Southern California,
SO and 62 Spring Street,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
L. W. THATCHER,
67 Main street,
Importer and Dealer Id
SOLID SILVER WARE,
Rogers & Bro.'s Silver Plated Ware,
Black's Patent Interchangeable Spectacles,
OPTICAL GOODS, ETC.
N. B.—Fine Watches adjusted by experi
enced workmen. Diamond setting, engrav
ing and enameling done on short notice and
1.. W. THATI'HES,
City and S. P. R. R. time keeper, j
97 Main St.. Los Aaaelee. ,
d*l6> a day at home. Agents wanted' 1
Outfit and terms free. TRUE A CO- 1
Augusta, Maine. uiari4dAwly j <
LAND & IRRIGATING COMPANY
W. T. SAY WARD ■President
I MM IGRANTS to Southern California:—
I Beiore y»ii buy laud com 9 to
And examine tbe beautiful valley of tbe
SANTA ANA, where you will flud
(AU in one field) ot
CLEAN, RICH, LEVEL LAND,
With a never-failing
RIVER OF WATER
Fur Irrigation; the
FT IN EST CLIMATE
In tbe word, wil erf the
Orange, Lemon* Lime.
And all the SEMI-I'ROICAL FRUITS grow
Strawberries Ripen all Winter,
Aud Fresh Vegetables obtained from the
garden every day lv the"year. myBl-tf
~VTC T 0 R~PO N E f,"
«* Hnlu St.. Los Ang-elee, Cal.
Keeds ou baud tbe Largest and Best Assort
Metallc and Wooden Coffins, Shrouds,
Trimmings, etc., etc.,
In this City, direct from the East. Dealers lv
the country will find It to their Interest to give
him a call, as ho will sen goous
Cheaper than they can get
them in San Francisco.
FULL CH A Mil TAKEN OF FUNERALS.
bodies Embalmed for Shipment East.
AU ordors by telegraph promptly attended
to. The finest
Hearse in Southern California.
Felipe Oarnler, Plaintiff, )
Juana Lopez de Lazzaro-1 17th Dist Court.
vlch.John Lazzarovich, her f
husband, and Juan Goyen |
UNDER and by virtue of a decree of tore
closure and sale, entered In the District
Court of the 17th Judicial District ofthe State
of California, ln and for Los Angeles county,
on the 23d day of May,A. D. 1»76, in the above
described suit, In favor of Felipe Gamier;
plaintiff, and against Juana Lopez dc Lazzar- 1
ovich, John LazzaroTtch, her husband, and
Juan Goyenoche, delendants, a certilled copy
whereof, duly attested una delivered to me
on the 8d day of June, A. D. 1876, whereby 1
am commanded to sell at public auction, to
the highest and best bidder for cash in V. S.
gold coin,l he following and ln said decree de.
scribed real estate, to-wit: All that plece.par
cel or tract of land situate and 1 vlug aW be
ing iv the city and county of Los Angeles,
State of California, bounded and described as
follows, viz: Commencing at the Southern
corner ol Fort and Jail, or Court streets, us
the same was called May 17th, 1871; thence
Southeasterly along the line of said Jail or
Court street ninety (DO) feet; thence South
westerly sixty (00) feet to the lot belonging
on said date 10 the heirs of W. H. Peterson,
deceased; thence Northwesterly along said
lot sixty-live (05) feet to fort'street; and
thence Easterly along the line of Fort street
sixty-six feet to the place of beginning; being
a portion of the same premises deeded by E.
A. Preuss to Juana Lope/, de Warren by ueed
of date April 10th, 1860, recorded in book No.
12 of deeds, page 535 et seq., record i of Los
Angeles county. Publlo notice is hereby
given that en
Friday, tbe SOtb day of Juue. A. I>. 1876,
At 12o'clock noon, I will proceed to sell at
the court house door in the city and county
of Los Angeles, State of California, at public
auction to the highest and best bidder for
cash ln U. S. gold coin, to satisfy said decree
and all costs und accruing costs,all the above
described real estate.
Given under my hand this 3d day of June,
A. D. 1876. D. W. ALEXANDER,
IN LOTS'* TO HIIIT.
SOOO Acres of the Lake Vine
yard Land and Water
THESE lands are ln the great Fruit Belt of
Los Angeles county, are peculiarly
adapted to Seml-Troplcal Fruits, and adjoin
the famous Lake Vineyard of Hon. B. D.Wil
son. The Southern Paclflc railroad rur.s
through the land. Convenient to school
house and church. Water ln abundance,and
the water right is sold-with the land. Title
A map of the Tract maybe seen at tbe offlce
of P. Beaudry, on Spring street, opposite City
References may be made to Hon. B. D.Wil
son or J. Deßarth Shorb, at Lake Vineyard,
who will take pleasure ln showing the lands;
also to P. Beaudry, D. Freeman, Los Angeles
city, or Messrs. Wiley A Berry and Barbee &
Gates, Real Estate Agents. mar24-tf
AT SAN FRANCISCO,
Forwards a Course of Medicines
In order that all whe are afflicted may pro
cure the benefit or his
"Successful Modern System of Cure"
Catarrh, Ozena. Ilronchi tis.
And all Lroncbial Affections.
Deafness, Dischaiees from the
Ker, Nervous or General De
bility. Brsken - down Con
stitution*. Ktc, ICtc,
Dr. ABOKN, of San Francisco, has, for the 1
convenience of the afflicted on the Pacific
coast, established a system of treating pa- '
tlsnls by correspondence. Upon receipt of
Silo in gold notes, or currency, enclosed In a
registered letter, or by draft or postofflce ]
money order, accompanied with a full de- I
scrlpllor. of one's disease, which will enable 1
Dr. ABORN, from his ver.vj. r»rge experience 1
of such cases, to readily com pre bend the na- 1
ture and complication of the patient's com
plaint, he will forward by express, lo any <
part of the Paciflo Coast or Territories, a '
course of medicines, with Inhaler, apparatus
or other appliances as may be required for.
each Individual crse. Such a course, in most
instances, will be sufficient to effect a cure. f
!>». ABORN, I
nSOdlwOmw San Francisco -
Montana Meat Market. (
FRCELINOER A FRANCK. (JBJtf s
The best and tenderest Meats AjeaT" '
in the market. None bnt tbe Mbbbbk. g
Prlmest Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note tbe address—Montana t
Meat Market, Main Street, near First, Los d
Livery and Sale Stable,
MACY, WILSON & CO.,
MAIN street, opposite Arcadia street.
Horses aud Carriages, Single or Double, and
Saddle Horses kept constantly on bund for
the accommodation of the Public.
Horses boarded by the day, week, or month,
at reasonable rates. Conveyances furnished
for private or public occasions nt the shortes'
notice and upon as reasonable terms us at any
in Southern California.
MACY, WILSON & CO.,
T. 0. SWIGART. JOS. HUBEIt, JR.
SWIGART & HUBER,
COPPER AND SHEET-IRON-WARE
Hardware and Willow-ware,
LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
PLUMBINC AND CAS FITTING
Done to Order.
Sign of the Big Red Coflee-Pot
NO. 110 MAIN ST., : LOSANGKLEs.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Wood worth & Co.'s
— AND —
No. Itt Commercial street, ucar Hull
road Depot. mrJO-tf— 8
If you are wauling to ouy a Sewing Ma
chlue, try a new Wilson and you will have no
A trial will convince the most skeptical oi
its superiority over all others, being adjusta
ble in all Its parts, every movement being
pisltive, with a perfect tension and adjusta
ble feed. It is simple, strong, durable and
cheap, light and rapid running, doing all tin
different varieties of sewing from the finest
fabric to the heaviest cloth or leather.
The latest improved Wilson will not run
backwards, thereby avoiding the breakage of
needles and thread and necessitating the re
moval of the goods from the machine while
winding the bobbins as is the case with all
other machines. lIR.HKST PREMIUM AT
THE WORLD'S FAIR, Vienna 187.1. A very
Important Improvement has lately been ad
ded to the Wilson. Call und see It before pur
chasing elsewhere. To try one is lo buy one.
E. 0. GLIDDEN, Agent,
No. 5 Court street, Los Angeles, Cal.
Also—Agent for Frank Leslie's Cut Paper
Patterns. On hand, a superior slock of
needles, thread, silk twist, oil und attach
ments for all standard Sewing Machines
Alameda Ktreet, near Commercial,
LOB ANGELES, CAL.
Board, per week $5 M
Board and Lodging, per week $tf 00
Single meals 25
The Best Meals in the City.
j>lB tf Proprietor.
I YOUNG KIT]
■ Who may be suffering from the effects 018
■youthful follies or indiscretion, will dofl
■well to avail themselves ol this, the ureal-B
Best boon ever laid ut the altar of sufferingß
Bhumunlty. lir. NPINNEY will guaran-B
Btee to forfeit $500 for every erase of seminalß
Bweukness, or private disease of any kindfl
■or character, which he undertakes uitdß
■fail !•• cure. He would therefore say toB
Bthe unfortunate sufferer who may readß
■this notice that you are treading upon
■dangerous ground when you longer delay
Bin seeking the proper remedy for your
■comphi int. You may be In the tiist stage;
Bremcniber you are approaching the last.
■If you are bordering upon the last.and arc
■suffering some or all of its Til effects, re-
Bmember that if you persist In procrastinn-
Btlon the time must come when the most
■skillful physician can render you noassls-
Btance; when (he door of hope will be
Be I os.-d against you; when no angel of mer-
Bey can bring you relief. In no case has the
■ Doctor failed of success. Then let not de-
Bspair work upon your imagination, but
■avail yourself of the beneficial results of
Bhis treatment before your case is beyond
Blht reach of medical skill, or before grim
Bleath hurries you to a premature grave.fl
BFuIl coarse of treatment $25. Send moneyfl
■by Post Office Order or Express, with full!
Bdescrlution of case. Call, or address, . -;
■ OK. A. B. NPINNEY, 9
Bsc 10 dAw y No. 11 Kearny st., s. t B
H. LDAUSMAN. Ph. D., M. D..
Graduate of the German Universities of
Heidelberg and Wurzburg.
Obstetrics and diseases peculiar to women.
Consul Lit ion In German, French or English
Hours—ll a. M. to Ih. m. and Itosp. m.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE:
609 Nutter street, Nsn Fraucisco.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is the Grand Old
WHICH HAN NTOOI> THE TENT O
THERE IN NO SORE IT WII.I. ISO.
lit Al.. NO LAMENESS IT WII.I. NO.
< i in:, no Ann:, no pain, thai
A IT' I,lt' IS THE HI MAX BOIIY. OK
THE BODY OF A HORSE OK ot 111 ir
lIOMISIII AM MAI .THA I Hoi S NOT
TH I II TO ITN ntl.lt TOITH. m
BOTTLE COSTING 2Sc. 80c. or «!.««».
HAN OFTEN NAVKII THE LIFE OF A
HUMAN BEING, ANO RF.STOREO TO
UTR ANO UN ICFI'LN ESN SI ANY A
VALUABLE HORSE. murU-ly
We offer a large stock of very One plants n
from $33 to $100 per 100. For catalogues of
these, as well as of AZALEAS, RHOnODEN,
DRONS and Evergreen Trees in great variety
address R. B. PARNONS A- « «►..
Box 99. Flushing, N. V
ON account of continued 111 health, aggra
vated by close confinement to profes
sional business, Dr. Leal has decided to close
bis offlce for a short time. - Due notice will be
given of his re■ urn to Los Angeles.
If te keep the spirits up you must pour
the spirits down, gel M. Keller's pure, una- l
ilulterated Bandy. Goods delivered to all i
parte of the city free. deo7-ti |
1 76. 187(
Chicago & Northwestern Rail
The Popular Route Over!
Passengers for Chicago, Nlagura
Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Monlrcal, tji
New York, Boston, or any point East, s
buy t heir
Via the Pioneer Kwute,
T U E
Chicago and Northwesi
. THIS IS TH X BEST ROUTE X
IU track is of STEEL KAILS, and on
been made the FASTEST TI M X that ha
heen mode in this country. By this rout
sengcrs for points KaHt ol Chicago ha\ i
choice of the following linns from Chlcu
BY THE PITTSBURO, FOKT WAYNE
OH 11 AGO AND PENNSYLVANIA 1
3 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with
man Palace Cars through to Phlladt
and New York on each train.
ITHROUGH1 THROUGH TRAIN, with i'ullmui
ace Cars to Baltimore und Washing
BY THE LAKE SHORE AND MICH
SOUTHERN RAILWAY AND COJi
TIONS (NEW YORK CENTRAL
Q THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, Wit]
O ace Drawing-Room and sliver I
Sleeping Cars through to New York.
BY THE MICHK'AN CENTRAL, GI
TRUNK, GREAT WESTERN AND
AND NEW YORK CENTRAL i
3 THROUGH TRAINS, with Pullma
ace Drawing-Room und Sleeping
through to New York, to Niagara Fall
falo, Rochester or New York city.
BY BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILK
THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, wit I
£ man Palaoe Cars tor Newark, Zan<
Wheeling, Washington and Baltimore
This Is the SHORTEST. BEST and oil!
running Pullman celebrated PAi
BLEEPING CA Rs AND COACHES, 001
ing with Union Pacific Railroad at O.V
and from the WEST, via Grand Jur
Marshall, Cedar Rapids,Clinton,Sterl 1i
Dixon, for CHICAGO AND THE EAST.
This popular route is unsurpassed tors
Comfort and Safety. The smooth,
lasted and perfect track of steel rail- . >i
ehrated Pullman Palaoe Sleeping car
perfect Telegraph system of movlngt
ihe regularity with which they run, Ui
miracle arrangement for running 'hi
cars to Chicago from all points West,.
to passengers all the comforts ln mode, '
way traveling. No changes of car.
tedious delays at ferries.
Passengers will dad tickets via this v
route at the < Jem ,-al Ticket Office of I
tral Paclfli Railroad, Sacramento.
Tickets for sale in all the Ticket Oftll
the Central l'acit!.- Railroad.
w. 11. RTENNETT. Gen. Pas >
MARVIN HUGHITT, Gen. Sup.
H. P. STAN WOOD, General Afsncj
Montgomery street, San Francisco.
— FOR the —
Can ti" found iv -—
Lowest Living Price
AT THE POPULAR STORK OF
LOUIS LEWIN & CO
—IN THE —
58 Feet Front.
125 Feet De«
$300 TO $40
$15 to $20 a Mont
WITHOUT INTEREST, ,
THE MAIN STREET RAILROAI (
NOW Pass THESE LOTS.
No Lot Over 200 Yards from ths la
60 Feet Front, 117 and 127 Feet I
16 Feet Alley in rear of Lots
Located on line ot
Oramce, Seventh aud Klglilh Nti
Ten minutes' walk from
Spring and Sixth St. Railr<
§10 First I nit all men I and SO |.er ni <ift,
— T H n:
Real Estate Associa
OF LOS ANGELEH.
P. O. Block, Los Angel <*.
JOHN R. BRIERL
WM. F A RRELL
No. 137 Main Street,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
Done In a workmanlike manner aud at
AOKNT for the EnipireVas Burner
1 < onoiiiii Uoveruor.
Old Gas Fixtures repaired.
n i nee Wenl. |'lie place to get J our Bi
dy, pure and cheap Is M. Keller's. Alam
street, near Aliso. Goods delivered to
parts of the ruy iree.