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THURSDAY MAY 9, 1878
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Herald Steam Priming House Is
not surpassed by any Job Printing office
on the Paelflc Coast, outside of San Fran
cisco, In faollltles for doing Job work
Low prloas, good work and expedition
may be relied upon at this office.
THE Texas-Pacific guarantee bill
teems, like a wounded snake, to
drag it* (low length along in Con
gress. We were led to expect that
the battle would have beeu fought
and won or lost long before this.
Capt. Sherman, one of the agents
of San Diego in Washington, wrote
home, about a month ago, that
Col. Scott would be on from Phila
delphia in a few days and tbat the
fate of the measure would then be
decided. Next to the passage of
th* guarantee, there could be noth
ing to grateful to th* people of San
Diego at tbe ending of the long
and cruel suspense from which they
have suffered. There are people
Jiving in San Diego to-day who
bava been waiting and hoping for
a transcontinental railway far the
last twenty-five years. They have
all been on the tenter hooks of ex
pectation for tha last five years.
As a result of tbeir patience and
their sacrifices three or four miles
of railway have been graded be
tween New San Diego and tbe
race track near Old San Diego.
Such prolonged suspense is almost
more than mortal can bear. The
people of tbat devoted burg have
over and over again experienced
tbat hope deferred which maksth
the heart sick. They will know
their fate In a few weeks. Person
ally, we should heartily wish tbat
it might be a pleasaut one, al
though we have seen no reason to
alter our original opinion tbat
Congress has passed from the era of
granting favors of any kind to rail
way corporations to tbat of insist
ing tbat these institutions shall rig
idly fulfill tbeir obligations to the
people. As an Angeleilo we would,
of course, wish to see our local road
converted into a transcontinental
on* by tbe ex tension ef tha South
ern Pacific (o the Rio Grande. We
would not, however, raise a baud
to prevent tho utmost good fortune
that might come to Sau Diego from
•ettling upon that devoted spot aud
recompensing its people for their
long and self-denying vigil. It is
for the interest of all parties to the
struggle, however, that the long
and weariug suspe use should be
brought to an end at the earliest
nrant ip.ahle moment.
The question often recurs to us,
"Do the American people love
fraud?" As a result of our observa
tion we are prepared to say that a
great many of them do, tf its per
petration is accompanied by the
glamour of success. It is just as
astonishing as discouragiug tbe
number of fiduciary trusts which
are violated in the most shameless
manner in this country. Govern
mental officials sat the example,
and bauk and insurance officers
and trustees of every kind catch the
unboly emu'.atiou. The vigor with
which William M. Tweed was
hounded to his death was au unpre
cedented instance of partiality. He
was the best of the robbsr gang and
yet be was almost the only mau iv
the United States who was made to
sutler for his transgressions, where
they were committed ou a large
scale. The Uuited States is prob
ably destiued to be a great natiou
in every sense of the word, but the
attainment of our ambition will
have to be postponed uutil we shall
bave elevated the moral standard
of our people. The thief and tbe
violator of sacred trusts abounds
everywhere. Until the genus has
been extirpated we must expect to
lag iv our onward career.
Who the aunouucemeut was
made that the deceased millionaire,
Mr. W. S. O'Brien, had made very
liberal bequests lo charitable ob
jects, the public were prepared
for sometbibg very munificent.
The sura of oue hundred thousand
dollars, which is the sum total of
Mr. O'Brien's effort iv tbat direc
tion, hardly realizes tbo expecta
tions which had been formed. Mr.
O'Brien was a bachelor; aud, conse
quently, he might readily have
yielded to the impulse to devote
bis large wealth, iv great measure,
to purposes of general benevolence.
The ties of paternity are so strong
that we are not suprised that testa
tors yield to them to the exclusion
of projects which might benefit
their kind and confer upon their
uames that degree of notoriety
which must pass muster for Im
mortality lv this busy, work-a-day
world. He was uuder no such re
straint. Three or four millions of
Mr. O'Brien's money could hav e
been dedicated to public projects
which would have made the fact
that he had "lived, moved and had
his being" in California a thing to
be pleasautly remembered. The
O'Brien College or Hospital, started
od a scale rivaliug the liberally en
dowed institutions of Great Brit
ain, would have carried tbe name
of its founder down to tlie remotest
generations. As it is, iv r. decade
from now—in the short span of ten
years—not one man in a thousand
amongst Californiaus will remem
ber that such v man as Yf. S.
O'Brien ever existed.
The telegraph Informs us that
the estate of W. 8. O'Brien has)
beeu sworn at six millions of dol
lars. It is taxiug tbe credulity of
the public too severely to put forth
such a statement as that. Tbe
majority of the bonanza stocks ever
since tbeir discovery havo been
owned by the four men who com
posed the firm of Flood & O'Brien.
The CousolidatedVirginia and Cal-
iforuia mines havedisbursed sixty
four millions of dollars iv divi
dends aloue during tlie l>ast lour
years, an equal sum has been ex
pended under the supervision of
the Messrs. Flood & O'Brien, and
the two bonanza mines have at
times sold at figures rising one
huudred aud thirty millions of dol
lars. It is highly absurd to sup
pose that the firm havo uot bene
fited largely by these high figures.
According to such authorities as
the Chronicle every deal in tlie past
three years has put money iv the
pockets of this firm. With every
disposition to discourage exaggera
ted figures, we think that some
where between twenty-five aud
fifty millions of dollars would
gauge the wealth of the deceased
millionaire. From tho develop
ments of the (Jomstock his estate
will of course uot profit. What
those developments may be it is
impossible to say. Tho old idea
amongst the Spanish miners was
that a silver mine is inexhaustible.
But such an opinion was formed at
a time wheu milling was in its in
fancy, aud when ail the wonderful
modern machiuery was undreamt
of. Working a miue on the Span
ish plan aud working it after the
manner of the mines of the Com
stook lode are two entirely distinct
There is a notable hiatus be
tween the headquarters aud the
troops of Brigadier-General Mur
phy, who wa9 lately appointed by
Gov. Irwiu to succeed Gen. San
ford iv the command of this dis
trict. His headquarters are at San
Luis Obispo and his troops, con
sisting ofthe Los Angeles Guards
and a native California company,
are located at Los Angeles. It is
true that Gen. Murphy, when he
desires to gladden his heart by (he
sight of his legious, can come down
to Los Augeles. If there are any
other military organizations than
those we have named in thed'striet
presided over by Gen. Murphy we
have not heard of them. The mar
tial spirit amongst our people must
beat witli a rather subdued ve
hemence or we should be able to
muster a regimeut or two, at least.
The later sown bnrley has this
year, owing to the superabund
ant rainfall, proved to bo tho btst.
Much of the early sown grain has
lodged, it is possible that the
bright, warm weather we aro hav
ing now will bring it out all right
again. But where this drawback
is experienced once, early planting
will prove to be the policy of wis
dom six times. As the crop will
bo twice that of an ordinary year
any how, only individual loss will
be suffered from this cause.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
ispeclal to the Herald by tlio Western
Union Telegraph Company,]
Pacific Coast News.
Oleti froui lila Wouiifls.
San Francisco, May B.—James
A. Johnson, the hackman who was
stabbed la a quarrel with another
hackman on Van Ness Avenue,
Friday night, died at St. Mary's
Hospital to-day from his wound.
Attempted Oittrnirn by •> Tramp.
Brighton, Cal.! May Bib.—As
Clara B. Murphy, fourteen years of
age, a daughter P. H. Murphy of
this place, was returning home
from school about Aye o'clock P.
IL, she was met ou the public road
by a tramp, thrown down and a
rape attempted. Her screams and
those of a little brother hurried up
a team that was approaching and
frightened off the fellow. The
community are aroused and should
the perpetrator of this offence be
caught he will have no mercy
More Chluese-Ui-rmnu hecll»n lle
San Francisco, May Btb.—The
steamer Gaelic arrived to-day from
China and Japan, bringing 519
The German speaking section of
the Workingmen's party, iv exec
utive session, have repudiated
San Francisco, May Bth.—Crop
reports received to-day from all
parts of the State show generally
flattering prospects for au abund
ant harvest in some of the northern
counties. Grain on low lauds
is suffering from excess ot
moisture and the crop may be
lighter than that of last year, but
tbe Southern portion of the State
will much more than compensate
for any such loss.
Earthquakes nt Varion* PoluM.
Kibessillah, Mendocino Co.,
Cal., May Btb; 8:20 P. M.—Two se
vere shocks of earthquake, vibrat
ing from north to south, havo just
been felt here. Houses and con
tents were shaken quite percept
Mendocino, Cal, May Bth.—A
severe shock of earthquake was felt
here at 8:30 P. M. It seemed to be
Albion, Cal., May Bth.—Two
heavy shocks of earthquake here,
bringing crockery down.
Willows, Cal., May B.—This
place was visited this evening by
a very heavy shock of earthquake
at tweuty-three minutes past
eight, [the motlcn was from north
to south and continued for three
M. Hagerman, a prominent bu
siness mau, and two others
were arrested to-day at German
town, charged with being con
cerned iv the murder of Mutchler.
son rmuriicu Markets.
San Francisco, May 8 —Flour
unchanged. Wheat dull and weak;
choice milling, $2 12}; fair, $2 07J
©2 H); shipping, $1 9G@2. Bar
ley stagnant; feed, 9oc@sl; brew
ing, $1 20@1 35. Oats steady; feed,
$1 25@1 su. Corn weak; large
yellow $2; small yellow, $2. Hay
unchanged. Potatoes, old, $2 75®
$3}; new, $2}@4J. Wool weak;
southern hurry, 12J@16e; good free,
17@21c; northern, 24©26 c.
Latest Eastern News.
Bimll<s Takru m ill lv. nam,.
Minneapolis, May B.—The body
of Chas. Kimball was identified to
day among tlie charred remains of
the mill disaster. A force of fifty
men are at work clearing up tlie
debris. Four charred bodies were
found iv the Washburu mill whioh
could nut be identified.
Tim Kmila VOW** M»rll»l
Omaha, May Rtu. —G»n. Augur,
Presidcut of the Kautz court mar
tial,lias received official notiflcation
of his appointment as one of the
visitors to West Poiut. He will
leave to bo at West Point by the
first of June. In the Kautz court
martial, the defendant, Geueral
Kautz, this morning made his ar
gument of defense. It was consid
ered by those who heard it us a
masterly effort. General Kautz
has conducted his case in a very
able manuer and has created a fa
vorable impre99ion among both
militnry aud civil citizens. The
court adjourned till to-morrow,
when Judge Advocate Baruham
will deliver his argument for the
prosecution. This will closo pro
ceediugs here and the court will
theu taUo the case under advise
Gen. Holabird, who has been or
dered to San Frauoisco to assume
the duties of Chief CJuarterruaster,
Division of the Pacific, General
Ingalls being ordered thence to
Chicago, went west yesterday with
laVCMltSliaa »f Hie aurvrjr -J"
Washington, May Bth.—The
House Committee on Public Lauds
to-day appoiuted a sub-committee
consisting or Patterson, Wigginton
aud Walsh to make a thorough in
vestigation of the subject of refor
mation iv the present system of
surveys and methods of disposal of
public lands and report their rec
ommendation to the full commit
tee at tlie commencement ofthe
next session of Congress.
New YORK, May B.—The Public.
says: Exchanges at eighteen chief
commercial cities are reported to us
for the week ending May 4th. It
is v startling fact that at every one
of tbe eighteen cities exchanges
for tlie week were smaller than
those of the week euding April 27.
The aggregate of exchanges at sev
enteen cities outside of New York,
which report for the week eutliug
May 4th, was $152,833,127 against
$106,325,152 during the first week
of May last year, a decline of
22.4-10 over the present. Following
are the losses, no gains being
reported: New York, 5 910; Bos
ton, 14 4-10; Philadelphia, 23 310;
Chlcago, 38 9-10; Baltimore, 5 7-10;
Cincinnati, 26; St. Louis, 22 7-10;
Milwaukee, 30 1-10; New Orleans,
26 1-10; Louisville, 26 3-10; Pitts
burg, 12 910; Providence, 4 1-10;
Cleveland, 12 1-10; Indianap
olis, 2 510; New Haven, 10
2-10; Syracuse, 40 7-10; Lowell,
22 1-10; Sau Francisco, for the
week ending April 27tb, the
same as the corresponding week
last year. The loss at every oue of
the 18 cities this side of California,
plainly shows great shrinkage of
business. Iv explanation it may
be said that the movement iv
grain, cotton and provisions haviug
been very mucli larger than usual,
until the middle of April, it may
not unnaturally become somewhat
smaller than usual for a time.
Moreover, it was somewhat stimu
lated at this time last year by the
outbreak of the war in Europe, yet
there remains a very considerable
decline, which we cannot trace to
any other new aud sufficient cause
than the oue which produced such
an avalanche of bankruptcies lust
week. The expectation of the
speedy repeal of the Baukrupt Act,
whether the repeal would work
good or evil in tbe end, it is cer
tain tbat the expectation caused
many failures and a general disin
clination to sell ou time or to set
tle debts uutil the condition of bus
iness in future had beeu deter
Proof of Affection.
They were disputing as to who
had the richest father, and the
smaller one finally flew that track
and called out:
"Well, I've got the biggest sister,
"I guess uot," replied the other.
"Yes, I have."
"I guess not; I've got the bossest
sister in Detroit. She'll stay at
home any day to let me wear her
shoes to the circus!"
"My sister will do morn that!"
put in a little one. "She'll take
the string out of her cerset fur rac
to spin my top with, and if I lose
it she'll stay at home from a party,
and never give me a word of sass!
Is your sister any bosser than
Tbe big boy had to take a back
seat.— Detroit Free Press.
Of a certain Eastern ex-Govern
or a pleasing story is related.
Once upon a time he visited Wor
cester and called upon an acquaint
ance, who owned many fine pic
tures. The ex-Governor went about
the room examining these until
he came to a painting of tbe "Ma
donna" hanging over the mantel.
He peered up through his eye
glasses. "And who—er—is—this?"
he asked. "That," said his ac
quaintance, "it Is a 'Madonna,'"
l'Ahl" said the ex-Governor, bland
•y, "is she a Worcester lady?"
Tha School Principal came be
fore the geography class, and fixing
hia terrible eye on Piggy Hastings,
he pointed to a map. "That," said
be, in a tone of thunder, "is Eu
rope!" Hut Piggy was uot fright
ened. "No sir," spoke up Piggy
"It isn't, eh," roared the Princi
pal, "then what is It?" "It's a
map of Europe," returned Piggy.
A Remrkable Cure.
West TOVNBIND, Vt., May 14, 1860.
Messrs. B.W. Fowle A Sons.
Gentlemen— Several years siuce I took
a severe oold. which settled on my lungs
where it remained without relaxation. 1
was then in Massachusetts, aud growing
worse and becoming unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned home and com
menced searching In earnest Tor some
medicine which would restore roy lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help and dally g:ew worse. 1 had a ter
rible cough aud raised a good deal of
blood. I had profuse ulght sweats and
severe pain In my side. 1 continued In
this state lor mouths.aud became so weak
that It was with great difficulty 1 could
walk, when 1 was advised to try Wistak's
Bauam ok Wild Ciieuhv, and, to
my great Joy I soon touud tuat this rem.
edy hud arrested the Disease. 1 contin
ued lo use the Balsam to the extent ottlve
bottles and have, since then experienced
no difficulty ofthe lungs. I believe the
Balsam saved my lite aud I shall ever hold
it In high estimation.
Do It at Once!
Persons who have become thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking in
to tho stomach a teaspoouful of Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed Iv a little cold
water, -.veil weetened.
Lyon's Katiiaihon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy balr; prevents its tail
ing oui or turning gray. It has stood th*
test of 40years is eharmiuptly perfumed
and has uo rival.
Every farmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, and intends to
keep them through the winter should al
once get a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders. One dollar's
worth will save at least a half a ton of
Henry K. Ikmd, of Jefferson, Maine,was
cured Ol spitting blood, soreness and weak
ness of the stomach, by ihe use of John
son's Anodyne Liniment internally.
A Wide-awake Youth's Paper.—
For judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, aud sprlghly, entertaining
reading.the Youth's GDmpanton* of Boston
has no superior among the youth's publi
Irom n IMsUiisruistic.i Jurist.
" [ have tried the Peruvian Sykut, and
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a new man of me, Infused in
to my system new vigor and energy. 1
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
as when you lust saw me, but stronger,
heartier, and with a larger capacity for
labor--menial and physical—than at any
time during the last five years. Sold by
A GLORIOUS RECEPTION.
Thursday Eve'g, May 9th,
PATO IK WORK
With all lis original music.
Remember the grand
SATURDAY AFTERNOON at 2 O'clock.
Secure your seats at Upham A Rae's
and avoid t he crowd nt tbe door.
SOCIETIES aud private parties desir
ing to secure picnic grounds would
do well toeousult the Messrs.
EBERL &> 151* 0.,
These grounds havo beeu prepared re
gardless of expense and are provided
withone of the largest aud best dancing
pavilions outside of San Francisco.
Arbors, Teu-pin Alleys, Swings, Hori
zontal Bars, Shooting Gallery, and in
deed, everything necessary for the
amusement of picnickers, aud will be let
cheaper than any other grounds in this
No improper persons will bo admitted
to the Gardens under any circumstances.
Lunch can at all times be procured at
the house, m9-tf
Headquarters First Brigade.
Sax Luis Obispo, May Ist, 1373.
GSNERAL ORDER NO. 1.
IIN ACCORDANCE with the provls
, ions of General orders No. 2, C. S.,
from General Headquarters, I hereby as
sume command olthe First Brigade, N.
11. Headquarters are established at the
City of Sau Luis Obispo, und Official Com
munications, for the present, will be ad
dressed to Major H. M. Smith. A. A.G.,
First, Brigade, N. o. C, Los Angeles, Cal.
Official. By order
_ , _ P. W. MURPHY,
Brig. C«n Com'd'g Ist Brigade, N.Q.C.
11. if. SHITII, M«J. and A. A O. nio-3t
LABOR INC MEN
Can do better by buying their
26 SPRING ST.,
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TOWN.
Sl* E MOV A L.
Mr. S. Rothchild
Has removed Ills EXCHANGE A BROK
ER OFFICE from the Temple & Work
man Bank room to the honse occupied by
J. Htrelltz, Merchant Tailor,
Adjoining; Messrs. Lewin A Co.'s Book
titnte, where he bones to see his friends
and patrous as of old. mB>]mo
in the Probate Court.
Of the County of Los Augeles,
State of California.
ORDER, TO SHOW CAUSE ON SALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
In the matter of the estate of Jacob
It appearing to suid Court by the peti
tion this day presented and filed by A.
S. Gray, the Uxecutorof tbe last Will and
testament ot Jacob Gray, deceased,
praying lor an c rder of sale of real
estate, that It is necessary to sell the
whole or somej portion of the real es
tate ot said deceased to pay the debts out
standing against the deceased and tlie
debts, expenses snd charges of adminis
It Is therefore ordered by said Court
that all persons interested In tho ostate
of said deceased appeur I-e fore tho said
Probate Court on
FRIDAY. THE 7 Til DAY OF
JUNE, A. D. 1878,
At ten o'clock in the forenoon of tbat
day, at the Court Room of fMUd Probate
Court, at tin Court House, In Los Angeles
City, county aud State aforesaid, to show
cause why an order should not be grant
ed to the said Executor to sell so much
of the real estate ot the said deceased
as shall be necessary.
And that a copy of this order bo
published at least four successive weeks
In the Los ADgeles Daily Herald, a news
paper printed and published In said
ALBERT M. STEPHENS.
Duted Mny Bth, 1878. may9-4w
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a meeting of the stockholders of the
Los Angeles and Allsn Avenue Street
Rail road Company will be hold on
TUESDAY, the 4th DAY of JUNE,
A. D. 1878, at 3 o'clock p. m. at Perry,
Woodworth & Co.'s office, (up stairs)
Commercial street, In thecitv of Los An
geles, California, for the purpose of elect
ing a Board of Directors of said Company
and transacting other important busi
All stock holders are notified to attend.
By order of
WM. H. WORKMAN.
J. W. GILLETTE, Secretary.
Los Angeles, May Bth, 187 ft. mB-2w
Notice of Removal.
Monday or Tuesday Next
1 WILL REMOVE MY
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
From 101 Malu street,
To No. 28 Central Block,
I shall baglad to welcome my custom
ers at my new quarters.
a. s. Mcdonald.
Six Illustrated Lectures
COMMENCING MONDAY EVE
NING, MA V 0, A T 8
Tickets Only 25 Cents.
Or tiie season by the
LOS ANGELES CORNET BAND.
(O. D. CONTERNO, Musical Director.)
— AT —
Saturday Eve'g May 11th, 78.
AT THE URGENT REQUEST OF
many of our leading citizens, nr
rarigeinenis have been made with tbe
LOS ANGELES CORNET HAND to give
a series of PROMENADE CONCERTS,
beginning ou Saturday evening next and
continued eacli Friday Evenfug thereaf
The Band consists of twelve, ofthe best
musical talent of this city, aud a leader
of acknowledged ability.
The Hall has been thoroughly reno
vated and put in complete order, und tlie
management will be such as to render
these entertainments first-class in every
CONCERT TO CLOSE WITH A HOP
lasting one hour. Doors open at7:3o. Con
cert to commence ut 8 o'clock, sharp. Ku*
tertalninentover at 11.
ADMITTANCE, - - - 50 cents.
Tickets may be bad at all stationery
and music stores and at the door. mg*td
FRENCH DRUG STOREI
Has been removed from SIONORET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite tbe Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHKII FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
••■Prescriptions prepared with great
POLASKI & GOODWIN
Have removed to No. 17 MAIN STREET,
under the Lafayette Hotel, to tbe store
formerly occupied by the Important
clothing- store, where they will remain
until their store at the corner of Com raer
clal and Main streets is retltted. am-1 in
HEINZEM AN & ELLIS,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
7U Mniu Street.
The CHOICEST TOILIIT ARTICLES,
PUREST I. HUGH and PATENT MEDI.
nines ol all kinds, mar Prescriptions oara
tully compounded day and night. neaVU4
Cor of Main & Requena Sts.,
Allfi NOW OPENING AN IMMENSE
BLACK AND COLORED
300 pieces of DRESS GOODS from li ctp.
to 60 cts. per yard.
50 pieces ol PURE DRESS LINENS at
H ct?. per yard.
225 Ladies 1 , Misses and Children's Wash
Poplin, Linen and Percale Suits, from
$2 perSult anj upwards.
500 Ladies' nnd Misses' CORSETS, from
.y els. to $6 per pair.
J7» Ladles', Misses' and Children's PAR
ASOLS, from 50 cts. to SlO.
5,000 pairs Ladies', Misses' nnd Cliildren's
Willie, Colored and Striped HOSE,
from 15c. up to |1 50 per pair.
WHITE AND FIGURED
Ginghams, Checks, Prints
AND A FULL LISEOK
Bottom Prices !
A FULL LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
We are just reoeivlngasplendld lot of
Gents', Youths' and Boys'
HATS, BOOTS* SHOES.
Trunks & Valises.
We are pleased tonotlly the public that
never before have we had such
a largo and welt assorted stock of goods,
which we will sell at prices that defy
Isaac Norton &Co.,
Cor. Main & Requena Sts.,
ml-2w Opposite the U.S. Hotel.
___ NEW TO-DAY.
GRAND SPRING OPENING
AT THE PROGRESS STORE
No. 120 Main St., Cardona Block.
Has Just received direct from the East tbo LARQE3T ASSORTMENT of
EVER RECEIVED IN LOS ANGELES, WHICH HE OFFERS AT
SUCH LOW PRICES AS WERE NEVER HERETOFORE
KNOWN IN THIS COMMUNITY.
His StocK of Clothing, Cents' Furnishing
Goods, Hats in all Styles and Boots
and Shoes is Unsurpassed !
HE IS SELLING AT EASTERN PRICES !
JUKrSI s »,?. c , r . l 5£ E^ va !" ug ? i ! to merchant In this vicinity for buying goods at
80l rOM PRICKS, he gives his patrons a chance to REAP THE BENEFIT
SSTCaII and einmlnc prices or his goods, and It will astonish the closest huyor.
J. ~W. HOLBROOK,
WELL & WATER PIPE,
Metallic Cornice, VVluilow Caps, Ornamental
Chdnnej g. ana all kinds of Shoot
San Jose Pumps and Well Boring Tools.
BSVXCXAL ATTENTION WILL UK LiIVKN TO THE MANUFACTURE OF
FRUIT CANS, HONEY CANS, AND ALL KINDS OF TINWARE
FOR FARM AND DAIRY PURPOSES.
With new and improved machinery, he will bo able to make FRUIT CANS at
prices lower than ever before furnished In Southern California. Wholesale orders
solicited from city and country, and tilled with promptness.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
OFFICE AND WAREIiOOM:
SPRING ST., Opposite tlio Court House.
THE GRAND OPENING
<T- LEUOI IR,,
No. 1 16 MAIN STREET,
NEXT TO CHEVALIER'S DRUG STORE, CARDONA BLOCK,
Exhibited to the people of Los Angeles the greatest and finest assortment of
OF HIS OWIV Bf MFAC 'V TJ It SB,
4nd the LOWKBT PRICKS everavniled of by them, An extensive
experience lv b ranee and San Francisco has enabled Mr. Leuolr to Invitri the pub
lic loan Inspection of the most exquisite array of
Book Cases, Wardrobes. Tables of all kinds, Parlor
and Bedroom Furniture, Chrlrs, Mirrors, etc.,
Ever Seen Hero.
fc-'OLD ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS.
J. LENOIR, 116 Main Street.
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From theiragents, DICKSON, DoWOLF
& Co., San Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville, Ky.,by tho Bottle
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THK SAM P I.E R©OM
Is provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
OW ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Mala street, near Court, I.ok Angelea.
Has removed his Agricultural Imple
ment Store to
No. 24 Aliso Street,
Neil door to Lambourn A Turner. Mllm
The customers of P. CASENAVE *i Co.,
Los Angeles Coffee and Spice Mills, are
hereby notified tbat Mr. H. A. Vaequler
is no longer authorized to receive money
on our account after this <lato.
Mr. Justin Bouyssou will hereafter act
as our agent, and is alone authorized lo
collect money duo us.
P. CASENAVE * CO.
Los Augeles, May 1,1871. myl-lw
<XX O rer *Vi at home
fDkJ _ He.mples worth $1,
free, ht iwon St Co. . Povtlan d. Me.
S. W. SUTHERLAND
Successor t y 11. Slottoibeck & Co.
GUNS, PISTOLS, RIFLES,
FISHING TACKLE, CUTLERY,
Sporting Goods of All Kinds.
To7fi BIA.IN STREET
DOWNEY BLOCK. apso
LOCATED AT WILMINGTON,
Los Angeles County, California.
Factory has all approvod machinery In
use, which Is entirely new. Machinery
driven by an eighty horse-powar boiler
and engine. Railroad switch connects
factory with 8. P. R. X., giving facilities
Tor shipping to all points in the Interior,
and its close proximity to the wharf en
ables material to be landed at the factory
from the mills as cheaply as in San
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP
Toclose up partnership affairs of B. li.
Wilson A Co. Apply to the surviving
partner. J. OeUARTR SHORB,
my3tf Han Oabrlel P. 0., Cal.
lam novready to recelvo animals on
pasture, In my enclosed lands, In tbe
western part of tlie city.
All animals at owners' risk.
Apply at my offloe. P. BEAUDRY.
81 New High street, opposite Pico House
tfOJi O, 'l> PI.ATBD WATUKII.
jf Ctap*, lo ib. »...» werU. Skavla v.ukTC
tOW »> iwn turn, a. SMSSWI la, cti^so.