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THURSDAY JULY 2, 1574. LOCAL BREVITIES. Part of the stock for the Grangers' store was received yesterday. The ancient anil horrible order of Calnthumpians hold their final pow wow at tbe County Court room to night. The "Thirty-Eights" will hold a meeting to-night on important busi ness connected with the celebration. A lull attendance is required. The beer from the New York Brew ery of P. Lauth it Co. is in great de mand these warm days. Pora Local Option drink there is no better or more popular in the city. Citizens who are fond of the dance, and at the same time charitably dis posed, will remember the ball to be Riven at Steams' Hall on the night of the Fourth, for the benefit of the Louisiana sufferers. Mr. Sidney Lacey has the contract for decorating the wagons to be used in the procession on the Fourth. He informs us that he is progressing rap idly with the work anil will have ii completed in ample time. The funeral of the late Mrs. Fliza McDonald took place yesterday morn ing tit 8 o'clock, from the residence on Commercial street. Mass was cele brated in the Catholic church, where a large congregation assembled. It is said that a new company was organized last evening to prospect for oil. They have taken up a tract of land within two and one-half miles of the railroad depot at Ban Fernando, which is said to contain thirty-two oil springs in sight. The Mohongo arrived at 3 o'clock this morning, bringing seventy live passengers and two hundred and sixty tons of freight. Passengers for San Diego will take the train at 4 P. M., to-day. On Sunday, July Sth, the Mohongo will return and sail for San Francisco. A ietter was mailed in ihe Post oflice yesterday which defies the in genuity and imaginative power of even the "Chief of the Hards" who can read anything to a bad duck-track. The address is as follows verbatim ct literatim: "t It eebe ltl'an Buobaßbo co 1874 " This writing would beat the prophet Daniel. The ladies of the M. E. Church have met with good success thus far in making their arrangements for the public dinner to be given in the rii.k oa the Fourth. An inviting banquet will be spread with all the substan tial? and delicacies of the season. No admission fee will be charged at the door, and only a moderate tar Iff placed on the edibles consumed. A general invitation is extended to the public to come and be tilled. A private letter to La Cronica says that the quicksilver mines in the Uajaleygua mountains, Santa Barbara county, are very rich, and a company has been formed for the purpbse of de veloping them. These mines were discovered a year and a half ago by a party of young men who left Santa Barbara on a prospecting expedition, and we are informed that our friend, A.G. Packard of La Cronica, was one of them. Those in need of anything in the saddle and harness line will do well to call at the establishment of Sam'l C. Foy, on Los Angeles street. Mr. Foy is one of the pioneer merchants of Eos Angeles, and his reputation for enter prise and fair dealing is already too well established to require any further indorsement from us. He has a very full and complete stock, and makes a specialty of nothing except selling the best goods at the lowest figures. The curves on the street railroad track have all been reconstructed and changed from their former combina tion of arcs and tangents of exact quadrants of a circle. The outside of the curves were raised somewhat, and the rails—"Aye, there's the rub"— greased. Tho car will now slide around the corners with its own weight, and if the horse should balk will push him around also. The road Is at last a complete success, and, in a few days regular time will be made on the line. Dr. J. H. McKee, who was ap pointed Health Officer at the last meeting of the Council, commenced upon the duties of his office yesterday. The Doctor will proceed at once to make a rustling among the dry bones, and parties who are maintaining nui sances on their premises will do well to remove the same at once, without an invitation from headquarters. When complaints are to be made, or any other business transacted with the office, the Doctor can be found at No. 1 Spring street, up stairs. The Turn-Vercin Germania have ar ranged a fine programme for their en tertainment on the evening of the Fourth. The theatrical part com mences with a burletta, in one act, en litled, "After the Masquerade; " to be followed by "Mistaken Identity, or The Original John Smith," a laugh able farce, and concluded with a comic shadow pantomime. After the theat ricals dancing will be inaugurated and the evening's enjoyment thus fittingly terminated. There is fun ahead, and all true lovers of mirth will be on hand. We call attention to Mr. Hoban's advertisement in to-day's issue. He brings the highest recommendations from the State institution for the ed ucation of the blind at Oakland, as a worthy young man, and of great ar tistic skill. It is proverbial all over the world that graduates of such insti tutions are noted for their skillful and artistic workmanship in willow work. Although Mr. Hoban is partially blind, he does not claim patronage through sympathy, but from deserv ing merit. Let the ladies and our cit izens generally give him a call and encourage a new, noble enterprise, one that should succeed. As we have before said, "there is no place in the country where such an establishment is demanded more than iv this willow growing valley." Cucamonga. This old place so well known in Southern California, is at this time at tracting considerable attention. Mr, J. U. Crawford in his report as chief engineer of the Los Angeles and Inde pendence Railroad, made to the offi cers of the company in June last says: "The survey passes through this val uable ranch about twelve miles from Spadra. From the beauty of its loca tion, abundant supply of water for ir rigating purposes, it is destined to be come quite a settlement, and support a large agricultural population. Through this ranch the line can be located advantageously for both the company and its projectors." Map showing the geographical and commercial position of Los Angeles; the system of Trans continental Railroads on the Pa cific Coast; the impassable ranges of mountains parallel to the coast north and south of San QorgOpio Pass —the only natural pass in the mountains from Lower California to Oregon: showing also the largest nnd richest mining region in the world tributary to Los Angeles; showing the proposed railroads to the rich mines of (,'erro Gordo and to Salt Lake; also the thirty fifth and thirty-second parallel routes and their junction at Al buquerque, as proposed by Col. Scott. The names of the follow ing important plaaes in the coun ty are omitted from the map for want of space: Anaheim, popu lation, 1,600; San Gabriel, ZOO; Fl Monte, 100; Spadra, 50; Gal latin, 100; Santa Ana, 50; West minster, 50; Compton, 50; San Fernando, 50; Florence, 50; Tut tln City, 50. These are each the nucleus of a rich farming section. It is plain to be seen that Los Angeles county is the represent ative county of Southern Califor nia, and tlie emporium of Los Angeles county and Southern California is Los Angeles City, centrally located therein; also centrally located in the best val ley on the Globe. A Noble Work. Since last September, Miss M. P. Stewart, a representative of the Amer ican Missionary Society, has been la boring patiently and assiduously to establish and instruct a class of Chi nese in our city. In doing this she has been obliged to contend with every form of discouragement. Com ing here from her far distant home in Vermont, a stranger in a strange land, her task has been doubly trying in the attempt to instil a knowledge of our language and religion into the minds of a people totally oblivious of both. In this good work the lady has not only received a meagro moral support from our citizens, which at least was bad enough, but a more seri ous difiiculty was found in the indiffer ence of tho Chinese themselves. They were slow to place themselves under the instruction of Miss Stewart, and when once started were very Irregular in their attendance at the school. In the eight or nine months past two sessions—day and evening—have been held daily. About forty pupils have been registered in the day school and twenty-eight in the evening class, though the number in attendance has not been equal to the full member ship at any one time, and has now dwindled down to seven regular schol ars. Those who were at all persever ing and attentive have learned rap idly. A book was used containing a translation of the English text in Chinese characters, and those convers ant with their own language have made very marked progress in their sludy. We visited the school Tuesday ' evening and listened to some of the recitations. In reading, the pupils did much better than we had anticipated, both in pronouncing and understand ing the English. They exhibited some very creditable specimens of writing, much more legible, to our notion, than the scrawls of many lawyers and editors whom we know. They also repeated some verses from the Bible, and they sang. The piece selected was "Come to Jesus." It oc curred to us that the would-be melody was particularly heathenish. What ever may be said of his general shrewdness, John has not an ear for music. These recitations closed the school term, and Miss Stewart will shortly leave for her home in Ver mont. She purposes, however, to re turn next Fall and recommence her labors. Besides maintaining Iter reg ular school, Miss Stewart has visited the houses of the Chinese and there instructed them. This method she lias been compelled to adopt to reach a large portion of them, especially the women. Altogether, we trust that much good has been done, and a nucleus formed for much more benefit to these heathens in our midst. We cannot too highly honor this noble hearted lady who has come voluntar ily from her cultivated home and placed herself among such scenes and such people for the sole purpose of doing good. Her labor here has been most thankless and trying; her re ward must only come in the wonls of our Saviour: "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these, ye have done it unto me."' Sale of San Fernando Lotr. On Friday Noyes & Durfee will commence the sale of lots in the new town of San Fernando. Senator Ma clay, tbe founder of the town and the owner of the property, will be present, ready and willing to answer all ques tions put to him. As Is generally known, San Fernando is the present t3rminus of the Southern Pacific Rail road, running north from this city. It is located In the San Fernando Valley—a beautiful and rich locality. The town already contains some thirty buildings besides the railroad depot, and is improving rapidly. Mr. Ma clay has taken especial pains to nuard the property against the schemes of speculators. He aims to sell lots and farms only to t hose intending to be come actual settlers. The fifty odd thousand acres owned by Mr. Maclay is all rich land, capable of producing everything grown in Los Angeles Valley. The town of San Fernando Is laid oil' in the midst of tho tract, and will become the center of a rich and prosperous region. Outside of the town, Mr. Maclay Is disposing of the land in small farms suitable for orange groves and vineyards. The town is supplied with au abundance of water, brought from the mountains in pipes, and from the same source the entire area now owned by him may be thoroughly irrigated. The terms on which the lots will be sold are suf ficiently easy to accommodate almost any one. Those wanting a home in one of the richest valleys in the State should attend this sale. Mr. Peter Golding has become sole proprietor of the Washington Restau rant, Commercial street near the depot, having purchased the interest of his partner, Mr. Sweeney. The restaurant will be run in good style, as heretofore, by the present proprie tor, who will do all in his power to merit a continuation of the very lib eral patronage already bestowed upon the house. MAP OF OUR BACK COUNTRY. The Fourth. The exercises of the Fourth of July celebration will be held on the prem ises of T. Jeff White, in the open air under the shade of the walnut nnd orange grove The Committee of Ar rangements decided, and very prop erly too, that Turner Hall would be inadequate for the occasion. Besides furnishing much greater room, the place decided upon will be infinitely more comfortable for the large assem blage which will be present. The or der of march decided upon Is as fol lows: FIRST DIVISION. The first division will form on Sixth street, with the right resting on Main, in the following order: Mounteu Police. Grand Marshal and Aids. Marshal of Division. Band. Los Angeles Guards. President, Reader, Orator, Poet and Chaplain. . Foreign Consuls. District and County Judges. Mayor and Common Council. Federal and City Officers. Members of the Press and Bar. Car, containing "Liberty," "Justice" and "Peace." SECOND DIVISION. The second division will form on Fifth street, with the right resting on MalPj in the following order: Marshal of Grangers. Band. Grangers. THIRD DIVISION. The third division will form on Fourth street, with the right resting on Main, in the following order: Marshal of Division. Band. Tumverein Germania. Los Angeles Fire Company. Veterans of the Mexican War. Triumphal Car, representing States of the Union, witli the Goddess of Liberty. FOURTH DIVISION. The fourth division will form on Third street, with the right resting on Main, in the following order: Marshal of Division. Band. La Compania de Riflerosdo Los An geles. La Junta Patriotlca do Juarez do Los Angeles. Car, containing "Faith," "Hope" and "Charity." Butchers'. Brewers. Bakers. Citizens. Trade Wagons. Store Wagons. Horsemen. All societies, organizations, etc., participating, must form in line as above stated, at 0:30 A. m. sharp. The procession will move promptly at 10 o'clock. The line of march will be up Main street to the Plaza; around the Plaza; down Main to Arcadia; down Arcadia to Aliso; down Aliso and New Aliso to Keller; Keller to the residence of T. Jeff. White, Esq., where the exercises will be held. The Marshal and Aids will meet in front of Temple's block at precisely 9 o'clock. A Practical Suggestion. It ha 3 been suggested that a consid erable sum might be collected on the Fourth of July, in aid ofthe Louisiana sufferers. In some countries in Europe it is the custom to thus raise money for charitable purposes. The mode of operation is as follows: Committee men are appointed who move about on horseback, making known their business and receiving the contribu tions of all who feel inclined to give. Money is thrown from windows and balconies, and collected from crowds and processions. If such a committee were appointed in this city on the Fourth, they might easily collect sev eral hundred dollars for the sutl'erers of Louisiana. We commend the plan to Mr. Pridham, Mr. Workman and others who have been so liberal and active in the good work. MARRIED. MACE—ARNOLD—On the Ist Inst., at Ihe residence of Dr. Howe, in Florence, by Rev. W. H.Hill, Warren 11. Mace, Esq., of tills city, to Miss Mary C. Arnold, of Swan Lake, New York. We have noticed something peculiar In the actions of our young friend Mace for some time past. However, to us, he never told his love, but let concealment, like v worm i' the heart, feed on his sun-browned cheek. He something pln'd in thought, but there wasn't much green and yellow melancholy, because he Went down to Florence every day. He sat In tho cars very unlike patience on a monu ment, und ho smiled not at grief, but at the thought how goon steam would whirl im Into tbe presence of her he loved. Well, It's all over now, and to Mr, Mace and his beauti ful bride the Heuald oAM offers hearty con gratula lons, accompanied with the hope that their wedded life may bo v long and happy one. ALISO MARKET. WILLIAM BRAND, PROPRIETOR. DEALER IN ADD KINDS OF FRESH and Salt Meat* of the best quality. O.tiers promptly attended to. Aliso street, second door from tbe corner of Aluiuedu. up'.'V-tf—a Masonic Notice. I.n* \ iiLorijfe No. 43, F. * A. W.~ The stated meetings of this Lodge are held on tlie first Monday of eivoh month nt 7::le P. M. Mem tiers of Pentalpha, \<>. '202, and all Mas ter Masons in good standing are cordially in vited. S. C. FOY. W. M. ('has. Smith, Secretary. ao2B-ly—ti S p eel al Notice s. »». The tide of immigration Is steadily set ting ln, and tho first, thing eastern people do is to throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of DESMOItO. They say there is no comparison between the two. 2}^i Agency Liverpool and London and filobe Insurance Company. Assets, 821,000, -000. Agency State Investment Insurance Company, Fire and Marine. Assets, $jBOjpOOJ o» Brodrick's Book Store, near the Posfofllce. 2)4 Young man ahoy! Fitzpatrick is the man you are looking for. He will give you the nicest fitting garments to be had In the city; cloth of the best material; work done noon honor, and the best satisfaction generally Call on him and have a full suit made at o toe. Jy2 tf—3 Tuttlc & Lee, who have rented the large and well-furnished photograph gallery of Mr. V. Wolfensteln. are turning out some ofthe finest photographs to be found in the country. Their work is finished in the high est styie of tho art, and warranted to give sat isfaction to every reasonable customer. All work promptly done, and terms reusonab c. "t La Esperanza, at No. 108, Main street, Is one ofthe largest and best appointed store's ln Southern California. A full line of groceries, Imported direct from the East and Europe, together with a complete stock of pro visions, Is kept constantly on hand and sold at bottom prices. Country produce bought, and the highest price allowed. This house Is too well known to require any further com mendation from us; we can only advise our friends to visit the store and see for them selves what excellent inducements are ottered to customers by way of fine goods and low prices. tr-i* PIPIFAX. , This remarkable curative herbal preparation Is entirely unlike and greatly superior to any other reeuperant ever dis covered. It strengthens the living vital nervaurlc principle, and gives energy to the muscles, nerves, filaments, membranes, and all tissues of the internal organs. PIPIFAX—Keeps the skin In a supple condition; the cuticle pliant ; the pores open; and brings the blood to the surface; thereby enabling the system to counteract these bane ful atmospheric Influences. PIPIFAX— Passes through tho blood, car ries off by presplration and other excretions the effete and Injurious materials of the body. It Is soothing, alterative and deferatlvc. Used methodically and rationally, aided by suita ble diet. It produces most important changes in the system,contributing t< the reconstruc tion of tissues, and removes vitiated matter which has become no', only useless but Inju rious. No other article has ever been intro duced which combines in such an extraordi nary degree the principles ot an efficient anti bilious agent and tonic. Try It and be con viifceiL, may2o,lm—2o CITIZEN'S CELEBRATION! SECOND DIVISION. Grangers' Department. HAVING 11EEN APPOINTED All) TO the Grand Marshal by Ihe Grange Com mittee of Arrangements, to take charge of the Granger's Department ofthe ci lzens'celebra tion, I beg leave to make public the Grunger's programme. The Granges of Eos Angeles county have been assigned to the second division of the citizens' procession, Granges desiring to participate In the cele bration will report to tbe undersigned, at Grange Hall, over the Grange Co-operative store, on Main street, between Second and Third—-Leek's building—at 9 o'clock A. M. At 0:80 they Will form in procession In front of tho Hall and march up Main street toThird.on Third to Spring, down Spring to Fifth, on Filth to Main, and halt with the right, rest ing on Main, to await the moving ofthe citi zens' procession at, 10 o'clock. After the disbanding of tho citizens' proces sion—after the public exercises—at the plaza, tho Grange Division will march down Main street to Grange Hall, where brief public exer cises will be held. President ofthe Day, J. T. Gower. Header ofthe Farmers* Doeluration of Inde pendence, Thos. A. Garey. Toast Master, L. M. Holt. Granges are requested to appear In full rega lia, with emblems, banners, etc., and to bring with them all theirsurplus regalia. Members of the Order whose Granges do not turn out, are requested to bring wltli tbem regalia from their Orange, If possible. Wagons will be furnished for lady members ln procession. All members of the Order are requested to unite themselves with some Grunge on this occasion. By order of the Committee. J. 0. A, STANLEY, jyl td—B Orange Marshal. TO THE PUBLIC. The Newly Established Stors ef Peter J^niiney, Offers for sale a splendid assortment of (iROOERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS civars, TOBACCO, etc., ku„ At the lowest market prices. He respectfully solicits a share of the publli potronage. Uoods delivered free to all purt wf the city. PETER LUNNEY, •li!t(-2<i 117 Mid 11» Mslu »t. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WILLCOX & GIBBS IMPROVED NOISELESS SIMPLE Light running Durable Family Sewing Machine. All kinds of Machines Bought, Sold, Ex changed and Rented. AGENT K»K E. Butteric & Cos PATTERNS. SUMMER STYLES NOW READY. PINKING AND STAMPING TO ORDER. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underweai Manufactured ln n superior manner. Male rials of the best quality furnished at the lowest rates. All kinds of Family Sewing and Repairing. Stitching by the Yard. M. 1.. II A I I . decl7—B No. 60 Spring St.. Los Angeles. The Steams Ranehos, Al l Hi h ROBINSON, Trustee, 042 Market Street, Kan Frauclaeo, < <»| QA OHO ACRES OF LAND CyVsVyV for sale. In lots to suit, suitable lor tbe culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap ples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flux, Ramie, Cotton, etc., und also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable tor Dairying. Good water Is abundant at an average depth of siX feet from the surlace. On almost every acre of this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele vated portions can be lrregated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are naturally mailt, 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 In showing these lands to parties seeking land, who are Invited to come and see this extensive tract before pur chasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, May 24, 1873. mr:l-lf-7 THE B^FCI*.. WM. WORKMAN. F. P. F. TEMPLE. TEMPLE & WORKMAN, BANKERS. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. Receive Deposits, Issue their Certificates and transact a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK [UMITECI. AT SAN FRANCISCO Exchange for sale on New York, Hamburg, London, Herlin and l?aris, Frankfort. Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dust and Gov ernment,State,County and City Bonds bought anil Sold. Receive vuluables lor sale keep n g. -10 FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' OTP I. O.S ANGELES. CAPITAL 8500,000 JOHN G. DOWNEY President I. W. HELLMAN Cashier Exchange lor salo on San Francisco, New York, London, Dublin, FrankfOPt, I'ivrist, und Berlin, Hamburg. Receive deposits and issue their certificates. Buy und sell Legal Tenders, Government, State, County and City Bonds. Will also pay the highes price for Gold and Silver Bullion". From and after this date, on all moneys left ns term deposits, interest, will be allowed. Los Angeles, June 18th, 1871. ly—6o FURNITURE FQRJHE MILLION! H. NEWBAUER, SPRING STREET, Next door to the II skai.d Ofllce, Has constantly on hand an extensive stock of FURNITURE, BEDDING AND WINDOW-SHADES, And everything in bis line, which will bs sold cheaper than the cheapest. tnyfltf GIVE HIM A CALL. luultf-5 GRAND RE-OPENING OF THE ORIENT SALOON. We huve Just received a Large and Entire NEW STOCK of LIQUORS J& CIGARS. Punches & Cobblers Specialties! .1. CAPPE, PROPRIETOR. Gh EL GAUD, MANAGER. myl6-tl-3H PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY. S. C. FOY Proprietor. J£STABLTSHEdTn 1854. Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re tail dealer in all kinds of Saddlery and Har ness. > The best brands of Saddle, Harness and Sole Leather, always on hand and fer sale at wholesale and retail, .No. 17 I.dm Angtlcs SHreeet, LOS ANGELES, CAL. aetft-tf-S CITY LAUNDRY, NINTH STREET, BETWEEN Grusshopper and Griffin streets, LOS ANGELES. Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT WASHING done on reasonable terms. PEARL BUTTONS sewed on, und ordinary MENDING done. Washing called for und de livered, FREE OF CHARGE. •ur Order slate ut Brodenck's Rook S giWf W—9 J. 8. O'NEIL. Ploughing and Grading. IJERSONS \VlsiU.\a CITY LOTS ploughed or graded can leave tbeir orders at Ne. 63, curner wf Third and Fort streets. »arlB—3-3 a-tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE BEST I EVER SAW! THE FINEST, OHEA.FEST AND NEWEST. HAVING RECEIVED BY THE LAST steamer from san Francisco tho Most Complete Stock — or — DRY GOODS EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET, Purchased at the Lowest Cash Prices At the East and Ran Francisco, I am now offering the same at, prices which will aston ish Purchasers, and Induce them to buy dou ble the quantity they may require. MY MOTTO IS SELL CHEAP FOR CASH MT My steck consists of DRESS GOODS Of Every Description. dcxm: ES TIc», A Full Line, CLOTHING FOR AJNJD ROYS FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS, Etc., Etc. In fact everything required ln the .iry Good< line; all of which will be sold at astonishing ly Low Figures for Cash. Cull and examine my Stock before parens Ing elsewhere. A- PORTUGAL, Temple Block, Next to Bank. |uns lm 2 3p—l E. H. WORKMAN. WM. 11. WORKMAN. Workman Bros., Manufacturers and Importers of HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS, SADDLERY WARE. ETC. A Good Assortment of LADIES' AND (IENTLEMENS' Traveling Bags, Snt<*lieltt nnd Yaliisos, Always on hand. Fine Carriage, Buffer ami Team HARNESS AND SADDLES, Of our own Manufacture constantly on hand. We are prepared to offer Great Induce ments to Purchasers. tvr Repairing promptly and carefully attended to. Come and see us, at tho Sign of the Big Horse, 78 Malu street, Ix>s Angeles, cal. Junl-5 NOTICE. FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE, HAVING RECEIVED THE APPOlNT mtntof Agent of the following Insur ance Companies, for Los Angeles county, I urn prepared to insure property at the LOW EST BOARD RATES: NOBTH BBITINU aid MERCANTILE of London and Edlublirg. PH4ENIX, or llnrtford. HOME, of New York. HOME MUTUAL, of Nan Francisco. The Strongest Fire Insurance Guild in America Policies Issued Direct from this Office. CHA-t. R. JOHNSON, Agen'. office, No. W Temple I Hock. Los Aagelss, June Ist. 1*74. juait—i MISCELLANEOUS. COSMOPOLITAN BOOT & SHOE STORE NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! WILLIAM SLANEY Has Just opened n new'and well-selected stock BOOTS AND SHOES THE BEST That tins ever been brought to this Market, Consisting of New York, Philadelphia and San Fran cisco Custom-made Boots & Shoes, Both Hnnd-Sewed nnd Screwed, ALSO, . Ladies' Fine Button Boot Balmorals, Congress Gaiters and Slippers, Also, the Finest Line of Misses', Children's and Infants' Button and Lace Shoes That can be found in the City. My long experience ln the business enables me to give mv customers more sat Isfhctlon as regards STYLE, QUALITY and Pit ICE tbun any other house ln this city. My old friends nnd the public In general are respectfully invPed to call and examine my Goods belore purchasing elsewhere, nnd I guarantee they will be well satisfied, for I will sell my flnegoodsfor LESS MONEY than for what they pay for common goods. DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE 100 STREET, Opposite Wells, Fargo * Co., SIGN OF BIG BLUE BOOT. myl.Hm- SS F. ADAM. MERCHANT TAILOR, SPRING ST., OPP. POSTOFFICE. HANDSOME, CHEAP AND DURABLE clothing made to order at the shortest notice, and satisfaction guaranteed, lias Just received a well selected slock of goods, which he is prepared to make tip in the latest and most approved fashions ibr Gentlemen and Youths. His assortment consists of CLOTHS, COATINGS, CASSIMERES. and VESTING . One trial at ADAM'S will prove that his stylish suits are unexceptional. Leave your orders and you will get exactly what you want. my lot I—s LOS ANGELES I>XfcTJO STORE LAFAYETTE BLOCK. DR. L. TERRY'S" NEW STORE AND NEW DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES. PERFUMERIES, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, and FANCY ARTICLES. In short, every article usually fjund in a dr"g store. j ol tf —5 S. D. McLennon, DJLMdUI IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. Ciyrsifn nnd Tobtioco, New COMMERCIAL STREET, ftdjotniag Commercial Restaurant. Goods cheap for cash. Juno If— j A. ULYARD -yy ill ii i x a DAILY EXPRESS LINE TO fe* A >»' T A MONIC A. Carrying; Passengers a.nl Goods. Leaving Los Angeles each day at 7:110 A. M.; leaving Santa Monica each day at 1:30 r. m.; calling at Pico House, Lafayette, Clarendon and U. S. Hotels. Jun2dlf—;P a FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION, ALL SOCIETIES, FOREIGN REPRESEN tatIves, Civil an 1 and Military Officers, Grangers, Trades, Trades' Unions, etc., are respectfully invited to participate in the cel ebration of the Fourth of July, and are ic questcd to report to Ihe under signed, In order that they may be assigned to their proper positions in Ihe procession. E. M. Ross, Grand Marshal. P. O. 80x..154. Othercounty papers copy. Je2fl San Gabriel Cemetery Association. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT _I_N there will be a meeting of the Stock holders ol the above Association at the resi dence of E. W. Tallant, San Gabriel Mission, on the Pith day of July, at i o'clock P. M., for the purpose of adopi ing a Code of By-Law. for toe government of said Association. GEO. C. GIBBS, Secretary. June 19, 1871. Juii2U:3w^-4 SKINNER & SMALL, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, nKADQ,UAKTICKS AT LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Arc well ku iwn in L >s Angelas m MM -ess ful builders, ana refer fo»- ree tininuiid.itlonto all for whs:* taey have don. work. sty 10 | s-