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VOLUME 11.
Is Published • »»,.- morstsg exeepi Monday
Wy
THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY
I'RINTI.Ni; AND PVBLIBHING Sin.
DA.NA C. I'EAKSON,
business MANAGER.
OFFICE —HemM Maan Beak rati Job
I'riiitiiKr lion ,»-. Spring street, opposite the
Caurt House.
TERMS:
Per ans'itu, by mall er express $10
si x months " M ,s
Thfoe months " " ...... „'.„ :;
Delivered by carriers, per week j.i cut s
Advertls nts Inserted at, liberal rates.
THE WEEKLY rtERALD
Is published every Saturday morning.
TERM*.
< I tie year, by mall or express, single eopy...|J .10
six months, " " >• •• ' ... ; ro
Three " , " " " ti '" |g
CLUB RATES.
Ten copies, one year, to one address fW It)
Twenty c<,pies m 1,1,
And so on, at, the rale of two dollars per copy.
TO EASTERN SUBSCRIBERS.
Single copy, one year {Q~reenbackt) *i! 00
Advertisements inserted at reasonable rales.
All Kinds of .lob-Work done to Com*
prte uith Nan Francisco in Price,
Stylo, nnd Elegance ol Workmanship.
LETTER FROM SAN FERNANDO.
'iiic Ksriii-siou -The FarmersSailstteil
—senator Macluy'a Policy- Increase
of Frei .lit.
Editor Herald:—Wo bad a very
pleasant party of excursionists here
on Sunday last; though the company
was not largo they teemed to the
writer of this to enjoy themselves very
much. Those Who Went to the Mis
sion were entertained by the Senator
and General i'ieo in as hospitable a
manner as possible. Here, it is true,
wo have no elegant mansions of tho
modem style, but wo are pent up in
no little sover.-by-uine rooms; on the
contrary", the old Mission buildings
wete built with a design for comfort,
and still at the same time, there is
SOMETHING TASIEI'CL ABOUT THEM,
TOO.
We are having the most delightful
weather. Although it is midsummer
we scarcely ever have a day when the
thermometer shows a degree of heat
higher than 80°, and the nights
are beautiful. Our farmers are
busy hauling their grain to mar
ket. They seem to be very well
salistied with the result of the
past years work, and well they
may he, with such tin abundant har
vest as they have. Well, if any one
class of people in the world ought to
be rewarded beyond another for their
toil, it is the farmer. Hj it Is that
takes God's promises in the most lit
eral sense, that seed, time, and har
vest shall never fail.
HE DOES HIS PART,
And you may say trusts to luck for
the balance; but after all there is no
one more apprehensive than he as to
the result of his work. Every passing
cloud he watches; at one time to
know whether ho will be benefited
by il, and at another whether it will
not tlo him tin injury. So, after
all the independence tltat is talked
of about the farmer, he still is de
pendent; fait now he is waking up to
a realization that the merchant,
bunker and monopolist, can be
brought to him Instead 'if Ills being a
supplicant at their feet.
SHALL CAPITAL CONTROL LABOR
Is the question of the day, and was so
before the Christian Era. The Spar
tans so thoroughly understood this
question, that what metallic medium
they had was made of iron dipped,
when hot, in vinegar, so that it should
be worthless foranvotherpurpose than
a circulating medium. Well, it is
true that wo cannot change the opin
ions of the worltl at once, in this re
spect, but we can educate our youth to
think more of benefiting the World by
developing tho resources of tho soil.
We can teach them of the dignify of
tilling the soil, and that real estate Is
the foundation of all wealth; that to
become an owner of a portion of the
soil is his prerogative. I don't mean
by this that ho has a right to a por
tion of what his neighbor possesses,
but that by economy, prudence and
intelligence, he may acquire what God
has opened his hand to give and all
he has to do is to follow the natural
laws of Nature.
MR. MACLAY
Is working like a beaver to develop
the resources of his purchase, and to
let the same bo known to tho world.
Ho is offering every inducement to
tho settler and discouraging the spec
ulator to tho extent of his power. If
your citizens don't take advantage of
ihe liberal terms he offers them to
make purchases, 1 think they will rue
it in after years.
LOCAL ITEMS
Are very scarce here. Wo have our
regular arrivals of stage and trains,
though they are more numerous
every week. The Cerro Gordo teams
seem to bo piling up the bullion to a
greater amount than formerly. Last
Sunday, for instance, there was some
sixty-live tons loaded, ami it is an un
usual thing to load cars on Sunday.
The trade of the place is constantly
increasimr, and all seem to be well
satisfied that the future prospects of
our town are brilliant. Yours,
San Fernando.
San Fernando, July 1, 1874.
About that Subsi y.
EDITOR Herald:—Under the head
of "A Mistake Somewhere," the Star
of the Ist inst. contains a communica
tion upon "the time tho Southern Pa
cific Railroad Company are to com
plete their road to this city and con
nect us with San Francisco;" and the
writer asserts that "tho contract un
der which the bonds of tho city and
county were issued to them, was that
they were to connect us with San
Francisco within live years after the
announcement by the lioard of Super
visors of a favorable vote upon tho
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
railroad subsidy. That announcement
has been made and one year and a half
litis transpired, and in three and o half
years, by contract with the company,
we arc to he connected with the world
hy rail." To prove this assertion, the
writer produces the record of the pro
ceedings of the Supervisors upon this
matter, and quotes it as conclusive tes
timony that the company is holden to
the county of Los Angeles to complete
the connection within three and a half
years.
The Railroad Company, to obtain
the public land conditionally granted
to it by Congress, must construct not
less than a certain number of miles of
road yearly. If the company eomplv
with this condition, it will get the
land, whether the road is completed
within three or not until the end of
ten years.
The people of this county were au
thorized by law to vote for or against
the issuance of a certain amount of
bonds to be donated to the Railroad
Company. The Board of Supervisors
were authorized by law to submit this
question to the people. The law gave
them no power to make any contract
whatever with the Railroad Company.
The power conferred upon the Super
visors was only to submit the matter
to the people, who by an election
should decide the question. If they
voted in favor of the issuance of bond's
the Superv sors were required to issue
them, and if they should have refused,
the Courts would have compelled them
to perform their duty. They could
make no terms or conditions upon
which their issuance should depend
other than those provided in the law
which empowered them to submit
the matter to a vote of Ihe electors of
t ;c county.
" Strangers contemplating invest ing
in our midst should" not be misled,
lest they should be disappointed, and
become discontented and prejudiced
citizens, instead happy and useful
ones. W.
Excitement in Virginia City.
Virginia City, June 2".—The city
is in a fever of excitement this even
ing concerning ihe Ophir mine, and
the air in full of rumors. This after
noon, it is reported, A. 11. Lissak tel
egraphed to a relative, Louis Lissak,
to take charge of the mine, Samuel T.
Curtis being removed. The friends of
Curtis claim to have possession ofthe
mine, while Lissak claims the same.
Curtis is expected here on Monday
morning, when a lively time is ex
pected. It appears, owing to the
withdrawal of Benjamin Peart, as
Trustee, the Board stands equally di
vided, the friends of Curtis desiring to
retain him as Superintendent, and
three desiring a change. It is re
ported later that the Curtis men have
possession of the mine and intend re
taining il with tinned force.
Senator Sargent an 1 family will seek
a Summer resort at the seaside in v
few days, lie will probably visit Cal
ifornia in Perttcmber. Senator Jones
will a si go to th • seaside for a short
lime, and afterward come to Califor
nia and Nevada. Representatives
Houghton and Page will leave for
California early next week. Ltlttrell
has left. George C. Gorfaam says here
after he will be absent from California
only during (he session of Congress.
He evidently intends to take advai -
tage of politics, and will soon be on tie
Pacific Coast.
The following i.s the official vote of
the State of Oregon for the officers
named : Congressman, La Dow
(Dem.), ;i,042; Williams (Rep.), 9,840;
Davenport find.), 6,850. Sccretarvof
State, Chadwick (Bern.), lo.iini; Fos
ter (Rep.), 8,G04; Douthitt (Intl.), 5,
--738. Treasurer, Brown (Dem.), 10,228;
Clark (Rep.), 0,0-13; Reach (lad.),
8,132. School Superintendent, Row
land (Rep.), 9,730; Dawn (Dem.), 9,890;
Oglesby (Ind.), 5,607.
Geo. Wood & Go's
PARLOR AND VESTRY ORGANS
C. AN NOT BE EXCELLED BY ANY
j other make-
Liberal terms offered by
Wm. G. BADGER,
Sole Agent on tho Pacific Const,.San FrancUco
I. E. COHN,
T RAY ELING AGENT.
OFFICE, at Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store,
Main street. Jy3 tf—s
WILLCOX & GIBBS
IMPROVED
NOISELESS SIMPLE
Light running y Durahle
Family Sewing Machine.
All kinds of Mael. ues Bought, Sold, Ex
changed aud Rented.
AGENT KOK
E. Butteric & Cos
PATTERNS.
BUMMER STYLES NOW READY,
PINKING AND STAMPING TO ORDER.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwe.ii
.Manufactured in a superior manner. Male
rials of tbe best quality furnished
at the lowest rales.
All kinds of Family Sewing and
Repairing.
Stitching by tho Yard.
M. 1.. HA IT,
leel7—B No. (It) Slu ing St., Los Angeles.
WILLOW WARE MANUFACTORY
PATRICK HOBAN,
FROM THE STATE INSTITUTION FOB
the Blind, has opened an establishment
to: the nutUUlttclUra of all kind-, of Willow
ware.
BASKETS OF EVERY STYLE
On hand and made i > order. Baskets repaired
and chairs re-seated. Being a finished work
man, he respectfully solicits the public pa
tronage of I ,os Aug des.
No. 00. Spring street, first floor, Under Col.
Peel's boarding house. jyl it—3
LOS ANGELES, Fill DAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1874.
BUSINESS CARDS.
CHAIRS RE-CANED.
QU> CHAIRS RE-SEATED
At reasonable, rales. Orders and woikto
l>e left at Htrahle'l simp, No. 19 Court street.
j ia-im—a
J. C. ALLEN,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, COM
mercial Street,opposite Hollmnn, Haas
A Co.'-. Repairing promptly nnd neatly
done. mrl'2-ly— \tf_
J. STRELITZ.
Tl/TERCIIANT TAILOR, AND FASHION*
_\l ABLE CLOTHIER,
No. 7tl Main UrMt, In front or the
Orient Saloon, Downey Itlock.
A large stock of the newest Cloths. Good
fits guaranteed. mriJ4-tf—2
S. H. BUCHANAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Successors to Buchanan A Raskins,
CICONTRACTB TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS
/ of Buildingund satisfaction guaranteed.
Headquarters at the (Cembali Building, on
New High street. ap26tf ■'!
C. F. HEINZEMAN & CO.,
Successors to J. B. SAUNDERS A CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
LOS ANGELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PUREST L.tUGSnud PATENT MEDICINES
of ail kinds, ift)- Prescriptions careiully com
pounded day and night. nos-lf—B
FORWARDING & COMMISSION.
HELLMAN, HAAS &, CO,
Forwarding & Commission
»I GR CHANTS,
HAVE FOR SALE
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THE BEST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of the choicest Imported Brands.
PAINTS, OILS, DOORS AND SASHES,
BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
Hand IU Los Angeles and Commercial St
LOS ANGELES. noStt—l
811 M ON LEVY,
/COMMISSION MERCHANT.
V_y General dealer in all kinds of COUN
TRY PRODUCTIONS,
Hides, Grain and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to all
pails of tbe United States. Nos. 24 and 84
Aliso St., LOS ANGELES. ocS-lysp—B
ROUSE & LAWS,
General Commission Merchants,
Davis street. Son Erancisco.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
from Farmers, Oranges,nnd Dealers in Grain,
Fruit, Wool, Hairy Products, Eggs, Hides, etc.
Usual Advances Made.
Sales Quick,
Returns Prompt,
mr2ldAW-tf—3] Orders Cnrelnlly Filled.
J. L. Ward & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Fire& Marine Insurance Agents.
43 MAIN STREET,
O S .A. IN' <i X EES, <.' .A. Ij ,
aprll-tf-8
FOR SALE-TO LET.
A Nice Homestead For Sale.
C CONSISTING OF TEN ACRES, WITH
j brick house, stable and all conven
iences, live acres in vineyard, ten beating
orange trees on the place, and seventy-four
Other bearing trees of different varieties—En
glish Walnuts, Pears, Peaches, Figs, Apples
and Oranges. Farming tools Included. The
place is about ten or fifteen minutes' iralj-,
from the city, south of the Sisters' Hospital.
Terms, S6,tmu; halt cash,and long time on bal
ance. Enquire of
Mrs. MARY JANE DORAN,
jc2Vlw-iy
Los Angeles Petroleum Refining Co
AT A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS
of the Los Angeles Petroleum Refining
Company, the Secretary was authorized to
sell a limited amount of the Company's
stock.
Parlies wishing to purchase stock are re
quested to call at Temple it- Workman's
Bank, where they will be aecoinmodated.
By older of the Board,
B. L. PEEL, Secretary.
June 17,1874. Jn2Btf— 4
BEE RANCHES TO RENT.
IN THE DIFFERENT CANYONS OF THE
Verdugo Mountains, with plenty of pas
ture, wood and water. Tho ranches can be
obtained without other consideration than to
prevent the cutting and removal ofthe timber
from the premises. Apply to
P. BEAUDRY,
Opposite the Ploo House.
July 2d, 1874. jytf 2w—3
A BARGAIN —10.CC3 TAHITI ORANGE,
Malaga, Mcsilla and Sicily Lem
ons, and AcapUloo Lime Seedlings, In
boxes. The above are one-year-old seed
lings, except tbe Limes, which are ol
various ages, and the entire lot will be
sold cheap for cash, ln order to make
room for grading the lots which they now oc
cupy, by the undersigned, on Hill street near
First. A. S. SPENCER.
Je 27-lm-8%
SALE—A FINE LOT ON ALAMEDA
j street, opposite Ihe Southern Pacific
Railroad Depot, will be sold ul reasonable
terms for cash, Good water on the premises,
Apply te MARK YUARRA, near tlie piem-
Lses. jun2o-L'\v—l*
rpo LET—A nicely furnished and pleasant
X ly situated room, with or Without board
ut E. Dunbar's, west side of Hill Street, be
tween Second and Third. je 1 l-tf—]
A PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM, ONE
block from I'ostotlice, to lonf to man and
wife, or two single gentlemen. Inquire at
Ibis office. Jn'.'S Iw—l'i»
WANTS-LOST-FOUND.
WANTED— FARM TO RENT, WITHIN
ten miles of this cily, furnished with all
kinds of Agricultural Implements; the farm
lo contain not less than seventy-live nor more
than one hundred and sixty acres. Address
AI EX. CAMP, L. A. PJJO. Je 80—1*
I>ARTIEB WISHING TREES PLANTED,
. Fences built, or Whitewashing neatly,
promptly,cheaply done, will please address
older to P, O. BOX 2D. Jun3 tf—l
Air anted — FURNISHED ROOMS To
\\ It, double or single, at No. 2, Beiuidry
Terrace. w>27-lm—l* MRS. s. DORNEY.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
HOMCEOPATHIST. Office and resident«,
brick building, east side of Spring St.,
between Court and First streets, Los Angeles.
Je is-iy—2i
DR. HOBBS,
nYOIENIC PHYSICIAN, SlR
i. F.i IN AND A ceo I 'CH E U R—Fellow of
the I!, c. s. A P.—Can be eoinulted on all Dis
eases at his temporary office, cor. Spring und
Court si nets, opposite Court House, or
Patients can be attended at their homes, ah
Diseases treatetl on strictly Hygienic Princi
ples, without the aid of any anti-vital agents,
otlice hours, from 9 to 12 A. M.,and 1 to 4 P.M.
Jun.t-tf—B
K. D. WISE, M. D.,
GIRADUATE OF JEFFERSON
s Medical College, Philadelphia, Office
in Lan Franco Building, Main street. Office
hours, from 8 to ml .> a. X., and from \y s to 5
P. M. |
Obstetrics & Diseases of Women a Specialty.
BiyT-ly—lB
UK. M. 8. eJONtS.
_mm__ T7VRMERLY OF ST. LOUIS, MO.,
1 has located In Los Vngeles, where
«JWr*i lie will give his special attention to
Wmr diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat.
office : Spring St., opposite Temple Block.
feh2.)tf—2
Dr. L. Dexter Lyford,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON — OFFICE,
No. 17, Downey Block, Los Angeles.
California. Ollice hours—9 to 11 A.M.;! to 9
and 7 to 8 P. M. ap'2B-tf—3
Drs. STA NW A V & JANCS O,
CjURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS.
OFFICE—Main street, above Caswell A
Ellis'store. jn2Btf-2
DR. A. S. SHORB,
JJOMGiOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE—Nearly opposite the Post office.
RESIDENCE—No. 18 Franklin street.
oc2-ti—2
J. H. IVIcKEE, M. D.,
I>IIYSICIAN & SURGEON — OFFICE,
No. 1 Spring street, oppposito Temple's
Bank. Residence—No. 23VMain street, Los
Angeles, California. mri«-tf-2
~jTt. wells, m. d.
IJllYsi [AN AND SURGEON. Having
permanently located in Los Angeles,
tenders his professional services to the citi
zens of tb" city and vicinity, otlice ami res
idence over the Farmers' & Merchants' Bank.
Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. Entrance
next door to bank. Ollice hours—From 9 to
11 A. M., 2 to i and 7 to s p. m. je2s-lm—3
.t. (I. HOWARD. 11. T. BAZARS
HOWARD & HAZARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICES IN No. g DOWNEY BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
BhrVSpeeial attention given t(> business in
the United States Land (ifflee. oc2-tf—2
A. GLASSELL, O. 11. SMITH.
A. 11. CHAPMAN, 11. Jl. SMITH.
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN&SMITH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stnirs, I.os
Angeles, California. oc2-tf—2
CIIARLES LINDLEY. ,1. S. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
ATTORN EYS AT LAW ,
OFFICE—Room Nos. 51 ami ;>2, over Tem
ple A Workman's Bank. ooS-tf—3
W. L. MARSHALL. WILL D. QOtTLD.
J. 11, HLANCinARD.
MARSHALL GOULD & BLANCHARD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
IS and 10 Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Will praclice in all the (lourtsof this State,
and attend to business in U. s. Lund Office.
tf-2
LEW. G. CABANIS,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEY
ancer and Searcher of Records lor this
County.
OFFICE—No. 44 Temple Block, Los Ange
les, California. oc2-tl—l2
KIMBALL & BANCROFT,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS—9I SPRING
street, opposite Court House, [x>B An
geles, California. City and Country Property
bought and sold and exchanged, mytitf—2
CEORCE J. CLARKE,~
XfGTARY PUBLIC-COMMISSIONER OF
_i3l 1 leeds for Arizona, niitl Broker. Office,
Gunahl & MeDuniels, Downey Block.
Je 19-tl—2 __
V. E. HOWARD & SONS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
oc'.'-tf —2
A, A. WILSON,
& COUNSELLOR.
OFFICE—Room Nos. 2fi & 27 Temple Block,
Los Angeles, California. oc2-tf—2
A. 11. .IL'DSON. J. W. tiILLETTK.
JUDSON & GILLETTE,
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS
ANI) CON VEYAN('F.RS.
TEMPLE BLOCK, Los ANGELES,
oc2-lf—2
"c 7 W. MORGAN,
"DEAL. ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south ofthe Post Office, Temple
Block, Los Angeles, ('alilornia.
SWMONEY TO LOAN. oc2-tf—2
" eTfTkYSOrT
A it O H I T 14 C T,
"DOOM No. 11 HELLMAN'S BLOCK, COR
AV ncr of Commercial nnd Los Angeles
Streets. up2">tf—2
E. J. WESTON,
ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER
AND
DRAITG QLTfi3lA&r a
U. s. Deputy Mineral surveyor, Room til.
Temple Block, Third Story, Los Angeles,Cal-
I fornla. myiutf—3
~J. E. GRIFFIN,"
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
OFFICE—ROOM 22, TEMPLE BLOCK,
Low <Jstl.
nH-Speciul attention given to Land and Pro
bate business. myl-!f—2
JOHN GOLDSWORTHY,
"QEPUTY U. S. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Room (j, Downey's Block, I.os Angeles.
novttf —2
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
SEARCHER OF RECORDS
fcfor Lus j\.ii<jfleM County.
RECORDER'S OFFICE,
On NO. 8, DOWNEY BLOCK.
upiH ts-a
LIQUORS, ETC.
Wm. RAPP'S SALOON,
MA. ITV STREET,
XTKXTTOA. >t DOBSON'S MEAT MAR
1> KET. First-class
VVIIVT^K.
I.IQTTOTtfS and
CKJAUS
Are always provided. Frail Eager Beeral
ways on tap. inayltf—2
POETRY.
Thougli preachers may preach anil teachen
teach
Of the evil effects of drink,
'Tis music sweet to a man of wit
To hear the glasses clink.
Both Webster and Clay, who In their day
The nation's affairs did guide,
At 11 A. M. each day were seen
With bottles b] theirslde.
Hay what you will—talk with skill —
'Tis true beyond a doubt,
That sparkling wine is a gift divlno
l.lfe would be drear without.
HOT YTxj NCH
served from 11 to W £ A.M.,and lnthe evening
from 8 till IS o'clock, at tho
PALACE SALOON,
No. 07 Temple Block,
WILLIAMS A ROGERS, Prop'rs,
CUCAMONGA WINE.
DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S
WINE CELLAR, underneath the v. 8.
Hotel. Wine by the ({lass, Bottle or Gallon.
All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
NOTICE.
The public of Los Angeles are hereby noti
fied that no other person in Los Angeles but
Louis Mesmer has wines from the Cocomongo
ranches. J. L. SANSEVAIN.
no, r >-2ptf— 4
r. LAUTH. Louis swauz. fritz mekz.
NEW YORK BREWERY,
PHIL. LAUTH & CO.,
(Successors to Chris. Hcnne) Proprietors.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BRIL
LIA.NL LAGER BEER Soutu of
San Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BU.ER
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery de
fies competition In tbe State. mrs-tf—s
CITY BREWERY
A-iitl SALOON,
Cor. Second and Spring Streets,
LOS ANGELES
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
noS-tf—B JOS. LEIBER, Proprietor.
dWwei le^slalmnT"
I Oiler Temple Building,
Entrance on Main street, Los Angeles.
LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT
A SPECIALTY. ALSO,
Eastern and California Oysters
And other edibles in season, ami tho
Very Best Liquors & Cigars.
A First-class Lunch at All Hours. mrlS-tr-p^
JOSEPH BRESON,
CJAMPLE ROOMS,
KJ OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WINEs, the choicest CIGARS,
and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
aarTemple Block, next to Wells, Fargo A
Company's otHee. no2-tf— 8
GREAT REDUCTION
IS
J. XT m; I* 33: ».
J. G. JACKSON,
COR. ALAMEDA AND FIRST STS,
SELLS
Rough Oregon and Redwood
AT
$32 50 per M feet.
Surfaced and Tongued and
Croved Oregon,
$42 50 per M feet.
Surfaced and Tongued and
Groved Redwood,
if-S HO per IU feet.
ALSO
DOORS, AVINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES,
LATHS, REDWOOD SHAKES,
POSTS, PLASTER PARIS,
CEMENT AND HAIR.
my«-tf~.j W. W. ROBINSON, Agent.
NOTICE.
FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE.
HAVING RECEIVED THE APPOINT
ment of Agent of the following Insur
ance Companies, for Los Angeles county, I
am prepared to insure property at the LOW
EST BOARD RATES:
NORTH BRITISH and MERCANTILE
of Loudon and Kdlubiirg.
I'lltlMX. of Hurt ford.
HOME, of New York,
HOME JHTI .il , ufNnu Francisco.
Tkc strongest Fire Insurance Guild In
America.
Policies Issued Direct from
this Office.
Farmers should make money by saving it
and the best way to save it is to keep tin- resi
dence', household goods, barns, etc., insured
in a good company.
ill \s. R. JOHNSON, Agent.
Ollice, No. S2 Temple 'Hock.
I.os Angeles June Ist, 1574, 2:1 Im-5
Montana Meat Market.
17UUELINGER & FRANCE.
A? The best and tenderest Meats t%t*t_~
In the market. None but the MP "*
Primest Beof and Mutton
ever to be found. Note flic address—Montana
Meat Market, Main Street, near First, Los
Angel es._ Junltf—B
CABE ALLEN,
[Successor to A. M. DODSON.]
Meat Market ! !
No. IM MAIN Slit LIT,
rpilE BEST OF MEAT OF EVE-gSBW
_L rv variety, Fresh and Salted, con- ( JXj7 J
ktanlly on hand and delivered on or-MMMI
der to any part of the City. my2l-3m—B
HOTEL
LAFAYETTE HOTEL.
New Throiig-liont
THE PROPRIETOR DESIRES TO
Inform the traveling public that thii well
known house has been
THOROUGHLY
RENOVATED AND REBUILT
THROUGHOUT,
and now offers accommodations equal If not
superior to any other house in Los Angeles.
SINGLE ROOMS, OR ROOMS EN SUITE.
The Eating Department
will be conducted with especial care
nov4tf—6
PICO HOUSE.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
pTRST CLASS HOTEL,
for travelers and tourists.
Centrally Located—Frontage on
Three Streets.
The BEST Table,
Tho BEST Rooma,
The HKST Accommodations.
0c23-tr-5 CHAS. KNOWLTON. Prop'r
WASHINGTON RESTAURANT,
COMMERCIAL STREET,
NEAR THE DEPOT, HAS BEEN
fitted up in style to suit tho traveling
public. We will also accommodate regular
boarders at weekly rates. Everything will be
served
IIV STYLE,
And at the shortest notice.
PETER GOLDINC,
PROPRIETOR. myT-tf-SX
Delmonico Restaurant,
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL. Los An fetet,. 'alifornla.
OjPETV txt ALL HOUBS.
BSTThi choicest delicacies of the Best Mar
kets always on the Bill of Far?. Elegant
DINNERS AND LUNCHES at n moment's
notice. JAS. MUNROE & CO.,
no2-f— 3j Proprietors.
TO SAN FRANCISCO
In ! Hours
ONLY 170 MILES OF STAGING.
TELEGRAPH STAGE LINE
FROM
LOS ANGELIC
TO
SAN FRANCISCO.
PASSENGERS LEAVING LOS ANGELES
by Southern Pacific Railroad, at 11:80
a. m.,connect with the Telegraph Stage Line,
running Concord coaches, leaving Snn Fran
cisco daily for Delano, connecting with trains
of Central Pacific Railroad for Stockton, Sac
ramento, San Jose and San Francisco.
TOURISTS
Wishing to visit Yosemite and Big Tree
Groves can procure tickets for the round trip
at the otlice. Passengers for
HAVILAH,
KERN VILLE,
LONE PINE,
INDEPENDENCE, and
CERRO GORDO
Connect at Bakersfleld with the Telegraph
Stage Company's Eastern Line.
For Through Tickets—allowing 00 days
lay over—and other Information, apply to
Angeles office Telegraph Stage Line, United
Stales Hotel. WM. HAMILTON,
WM. G. ROBERTS,
Proprietors,
WM. HAMILTON, General Sup't.
ap3o-3m—lo W. APPI.ETON, Agent.
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
LUMBER DEALERS,
CORNER OF
Alameda an<l ITirMt Htst.,
DEALERS IN
Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft.
Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " "
Flooring at - - - 42 50 " " "
They constant I v keep on hand
DOORS,
WINDOWS,
BLINDS,
POSTS,
SIIInOI.ES,
LATHS,
SUA EES,
HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC
ap2B-tl—s
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Wood worth & Co.'s
LUMBER YAUDS
— AND —
PLANING MILLS,
No. 16 Commercial street, nenr Rail
road Depot. inr2o-tf—3
CAROLINE C. BURTON
HAS JUST RETURNED FROM SAN
Francisco with the largest assortment ol
HAIR GOODS,
Ever offered for sale iv this city, comprising
Hair Switches, from $5 upwards,
Puffs, Curls, Waterfalls, Etc.
Also MOHAIR GOODS of every description.
Je2stf-3, l .£ No. 9 Spring st. opp. Postollicc.
ANAHEIM ADVERTISEMEN fS.
ANAHEIM HOTEL.
MAX NEBELUNO P-oprietor.
SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS
O for travelers nnd visitors. Stage*
all parts ofthe country arrive and depaj'
from this house. —3
NUMBER 80.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
LOS ANGELES DIVISION
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD.
Anaheim Branch Railroad.
LOS ANGELES~& SAN PEDRO
Railroad and Steamer.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
On nnd after WEDNESDAY, April 22, 1874,
and until further notice, train* will run ever*
duy as follows:
LEAVES LOS ANGELES:
T ..,, F0R ARRIVF.
W llmington 10:00 A. M. 11 :IS A. M.
San Fernando 11:30 •' 12:45 p. n.
Spadra 3:30 r. m. 6:15 "
Wilmington 4:00 " 6m "
Nietos 4:30 " 6:2u "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
I.KAVF. ARRivr.
Wilmington 7:45 A. M. 9:00 A. M.
Spadra 8:50 " 10:.'X "
Nietos 8:50 " 9:40 -
Wilmington 1:00 p.m. 2:15 p.m.
San Fernando 1:30 - _:'dl) "
"on stkamkr days,"
Time of trains between Eos Angeles nnd Wil
mington will be varied so as to connect with
steamer.
Train between Los Angeles and Nietos will
stop at the following points on Alameda street
for passengers only, to wit:
KOHLEK ST., WASHINGTON,nnd RUBIO'S
The time of 0. Dncommun, corner Com
mercial and Main streets, has been adopted
by tills company.
np23-U-10 E. E. HEWITT. Supt.
GOODALL, NELSON & PERKINS'
STEAMSHIP LINES.
.rfJJMML The ELEGANT nnd FAST SAIL-
SaUkJLnIINO STEAMSHIPS of this Lino
will sail regularly, as follows:
P2s£?O& ? o & 1 ■
— a*— -">— on a
Ist! I ! —
i — 2- 5 5 — £ _> 2. E
: C 5 ■ : tt at : o ■ 3o
W to IO — n
g t' — -y a. :3 -I ,3 I C
=.= 3CS = 5 = C >
? • ? - •< • 5 £.0
. ? ...... c m
™ h 0
t; v to m
-1 — -1 c.i o C: CO Ifc ___________
3D tfi 4 Of* _9 & *J v. r-i
ifftfafif s s
r h ?1? H e
- - 0 *v
> 5-1 8 2
« I :■ R R t : £ ST &
»i t_? r-s *— 1— C
The steamships
LOS ANGELES AND CONSTANTINE,
Calling ut Santa Rarbara only.
THE KALORAMA
.'alls at the principal way ports, nnd goes no
arther than San Pedro.
Vessels leave San Pedro for San Diego on the
lame day of their arrival.
Passengers take the 10 A. M. train for San
Diego and the 1 p. H. train for San Francisco,
Unless Otherwise Advertised.
Steamship SAN LTJIS,
ALEXANDER MASTER
rouchingat all way ports, leaves San Fran
?isco
Wednesday, July 15th,
— A SJ D —
Wednesday, July 29th,
'al l ying combustibles and freight only.
For Freight. Passage or Information, apply
0 or address
J. L. WARD A CO., Agents.
Jy3 tf—l3'.; No. 4» Main street.
PACIfIC MAitJTEAMSHIP CO,
NEW SCHEDULE.
The Largest Ships !
THE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS,
Tho Quickest Time!
FREE WHARFAGE AT SAN FRANCISCO.
San Francisco and Los Angeles Route.
THE STEAMERS
ORIZABA & MOHONGO,
< ailing; at Santa Karbara will}',
AND STEAMER
SEl>f A TOH,
lulling at Principal Way Port*.
*TiF £ E" tea.
= 5 i_3 mm ?*s
Steamer*. 5* as | J
II *| 7 h
Senator July ■'! July ti July 7 July b)
Orizaba "4 " fi "8 '■ 10
Mohong " 11 " 13 « 15 " 19
Senator " 15 " Is " 19 " IX'
Orizaba " 16 " Is " " L'J
Mohongo " 22 " 'J4 " 20 " M
Senator " 27 " 80 " 31 Aug. :s
Or'zaba " 28 " ;w|Aug. 1 •' I
Mohongo Aug. 4|Aug. til " S " lo
Through Bills from New York
to San Pedro at Very
Low Rates.
Steamer* Mohongo aixi Orassba go
through to San l>ie ;«».
Steamer iSenuior to Ai-alieim Landintr
Only.
THE STEAMER
"Caliioi-iiia,"
•MrCarryinu C'oiiibustiblt>s,-fc'a
And other lrelght.will leave San Francisco
tor San Pedro, San Diego und all Wuv
Ports.July Sth und 2»d.
Returning, will leave San Pedro on or about
July lith and 29th.
The CALIFORN IA Is especially adapted !br
carryng Live Stock, nnd has accommoda
tions for 3,000 Sheep.
FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
Asd Kingston, Islanil ol Jumaica.
Steumers leave San Francisco every week.
Steamers of July 9 h, 23d ami cveiy alternate
Thursday call at San Diego und princioul
Mexican und Central American ports.
PASSAGE:
From San Pedro to New York.
Cabin, upper desk lioo
1 labia, lower deck M
Steerage U)
for china and japan.
Steamers leave San Fr.tncisco July 11th, and
every fourteen days thereafter.
Through Hills of signed to New
York, Europe, Mexico and South America.
Plans of Steamer's Cabin ut Agent's otlice.
For Pussuge or Freight apply to
H. McLELLAN,
Asent for Los Angeles County.
Office, 61 Main street, opposite head of C«im
mercial. mrT—ls

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