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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIALJ>APER. FRIDAY JULY 3, 1874. Railroad Progress. In an article published some days ago, the Herald alluded to the fact that in order to meet the requirements of their charter, the Southern Pacific Railroad Company need only build twenty miles of road each year, and we remarked that they could secure their land grants and yet consume eight yean in completing the road to this city. We said it was possible the company would build the road in a much shorter time, but the probabil ity of their doing it under the disad vantages which the constant warfare of a number of our leading journals nnd many prominent politicians com pelled them to labor, rendered it al most certain that for several veto--to come the roatl would not be construct ed more rapidly than absolutely nec essary to meet the requirements of the charter. A correspondent of the Star takes a different view ofthe situation, and argues that in order to secure the subsidy voted by Los Angeles county, the company must complete the road to this city within five years from the date of announcement by the Board of Supervisors that such subsidy has been voted, and that as eighteen mouths have already passed since such announcement the road must be completed within three and a half years from this date. This is all true so far as the company's contract with t'ns county is concerned, and we have no doubt they would be only too glad to fulfill that contract to the letter, as they have all previous contracts made with our people. But cir cumstances may place it beyond their power to do as they wish in the premises. They can comply with the requirements of the Government, but unless the bitter warfare now waged against them ceases and the value of their bonds is thereby enhanced, their chances for completing the road with in the time agreed upon with us hangs by a feeble thread. If they do not meet their contract with the people of this county they lose the subsidy which the people have voted them, the whole amount of which is some thing less than half a million dollars. The sum is small —a mere nothing — compared with what it will cost to build the road, and in referring to the probable slow progress ofthe work we did not take its forfeiture into consid eration. We hope the track will be completed in time to save the subsidy voted by this county, and if there is a change in public sentiment concern ing railroads within the next twelve months, we may reasonably hope for direct railroad communication with San Francisco during the next two years. We regard the hue and cry raised against the railroad company more as political capital than as the earnest opinions of those who plan and lead the attacks on the corpora tion. It seems to us the people must come to regard the struggle in this light at an early day, and when they do, anti-railroad leaders will drop to the rear, and railroad-building will be once more resumed. Railroads are a necessity of the State, and especially of Southern California. Any movement that postpones the completion of the Southern Pacific to this valley is a direct blow at t.he development and prosperity of the Southern coast coun ties. The Oakland Spook. For the sake of novelty it is to be regreted that a spiritual manifesta tion of some kind cannot be pro nounced and proven genuine. The constant exposure and denunciation as frauds of these manifestations has become too monotonous. They no lon ger furnish our flash papers with ma terial for sensational articles, and to hear that Satan and his hosts are rais ing the deuce, and the furniture in some mansion is only the prelude to the announcement that the whole is tho trick of some jolly youth or sportive maiden. If one of these house-warmings could only be ar ranged as one of those "things no fel lah can find out," it would be a relief, as well as a refreshing change, in a threadbare programme. Some weeks ago we had a series of startling devel opments In au Oakland house. Things were made unusually lively, night after uight, and the crowds of incre dulous persons who went, saw, and were mystified, gave it up as some thing they could not understand. Many were confident the demonstra tions in the shape of flying furniture and clanking chains were the result of supernatural influences. We began to feel comfortable under the strong probability that we might yet see a live ghost. But just at this point some matter-of-fact individual sug gested a committee of investigation. The thing was done, and, imagine our disappointment, on reading the fol lowing report of that committee: •That after a careful examination of the construction of the house and lo cation of the furniture, with respect to the persons present, after a patient hearing of the witnesses and, as we believe, an impartial weighing and comparison of the testimony, we find the evidence insufficient to indicate the action or presence of any super natural or any occult agency whatever. (Signed), Joseph Le Conte. \V. VV. CRANE, J. K. McLkan. Human Cobras. The San Bernardino Guardian com plains of what it terms "human rat tlesnakes" in that vicinity. It would be a strange community in which ft me of these human reptiles could be found. But it is a libel on a snake that always gives warning before It strikes, to call them rattlesnakes. Human cobras would better describe them. They creep about and strike their victims in the back. They fas ten their deadly fang in the Beth while professing the wannest friend ship. They smile, and murder while they smile. They are found every where— on earth in Hades—every where outside the gates of Heaven. No region is too cold for them; no cli mate too hot for them. They arc in digenous to every soil, and their venom is alike deadly in every country, (bey seek those they would destroy In every guise. Meekness, humility, Christianity, is their common cloak. Beneath the garb of friendship lurks the demon of destruction. These co bra's are not without their use. With out them we should be too confident— We should bo too careless in our walks and thoughtless in our actions. Our unwary feet would lead us intosidc paths nnd by-ways, which the knowl edge thai the human cobra is watching our every movement to fasten on us, keep us out of and impel us forward in the straight road of duty, After all, the human cobra is a necessity to tho rectitude of human society. Without it we should forget to what a depth humanity is capable of sinking; we should cease to remember that the good and pure share the common birthright of suffering with all that are born into this world. AYe cannot do without the human cobra, and un less our San Bernardino friend finds his town inflicted with an undue pro portion of the reptiles, he has no ground for complaint and should be happy in tho task of unearthing and crushing the heads of the slimy, crawling things. The Bit Swindle. Some time during tbe session of Con gress just closed, Senator JONES of Ne vada introduced a bill authorizing the coinage of twenty-cent pieces. The bill passed the Senate, but never went any farther. The House did not fall in with the idea, or its time was so pre occupied with other business that the bill remained in the hands of its Com mittee until the close of the session. The failure of the bill to become a law is to be regretted. Everybody is weary ofthe bit swindle which is constantly being ployed on the public. It is an imposition that should be abolished as soon as possible. Thousands of dollars are realized annually by traders who ask a bit for an article and take fifteen cents for it. A customer is told that the price of a thing is a bit. He lays down twenty-live cents, and re ceives ten cents in change. He pockets his purchase and walks off, with a vague notion that he has been swin dled out of two and a half cents. It is a small matter, and he, concludes to say nothing about it. It is a small matter; but if the dealer succeds dur ing the day in playing the same game on one hundred customers ho litis cleared two dollars and a half over the legitimate profit on his wares. The drinking saloons realize a handsome sum by this process. They will sell a drink for ten cents, but if the imbiber lays down a quarter, lie only gets ten cents back. Grocerymen, fruit deal ers and all classes of traders play the same game, and it is about time the game was played out. Had Senator Jones' bill become a law, we should have heard no more of the bit imposi tion. The twenty-cent piece would have taken tho place of the quarter, and an article would have been worth ten cents or twenty cents. It is to be hoped that one of the rirst acts of the next Congress will be the enactment of a law authorizing the coinage of twenty-cent pieces. A curious proceeding occurred in Sacramento on Friday of last week. John B. Hagoin sued the California Pacific Railroad Company—the Val lejo railroad—for §1,309,011 81 on a promisery note dated the day previ ous to the commencement of the suit. Ths court rendered judgment for the amount, and the plaintiff took imme diate steps for filing the proper papers in each county through which the road passes. The Union imagines the note and subsequent strategic movement is intended to defeat the holders of the California Pacific Railroad bonds. These bonds are now due and payable, and the mortgage on the road is lia ble to be foreclosed any day, in which event the road will pass from the pos session and control of the Central Pa cific Company. SUITS of ejectment have been com menced against seventy-nine persons who have squatted on the Rancho las Bolsas y Parades. The settlers claim that they are on Government land, and the ranch owners hold the land is part of the ranch. The ranch has been surveyed and the survey accepted by the United States Government, but the company propose to have the lines run over again. The company also claim that should the land claimed by the settlers be found outside of the Bolsa grant it must fall within the grant Santiago de Santa Ana, as the eastern boundary of the Bolsa ranch is the western boundary of the Santa Ana ranch. Tho case will go to the Supreme Court. The Baptists of Dixon have deter in lured upon erecting a brick church at an estimated cost of $7,000. The Yreka Union is again urging the construction of a wagon road from Yreka to Lakeville. Work on the light house at Point San Pedro, Los Angeles county, is pro gressing rapidly. Latest Telegrams. ROUGH JOKE ON THE PRESIDENT, Forged Pacific Railroad Bonds. The Pacific Mail and the Railroads. Railroads Cannot Pay Their Bonds. EASTERN. A Brave Mini Itetvnrdcri. Washington July 2.—l ieutenant Chas. P. Egtvn, of California, who was severely Wounded in the Modoc war, has been appointed Captain in the Subsistence department of the army. Ilnilroml Defalcation*. New York, July I.—The Atlantic and Great Western Railway defaulted to-day In payment of interest on con solidated first mortgage bonds. It is pioposedto fund these coupons until the net rentals under the Erie lease can be applied to their payment. The Indianapolis, Braomington and Western County also defaulted, and the California Pacific, on extension bonds, though it paid no other issues. Tho Railroads anil the Paeiflc Mail. New York, July 2.—The Tribune says a meeting of railroad men here last night declared war against the Pacific Mail, by deciding on greatly reduced rates to California. As the Steamship company had representa tives at the conference it is believed that a new effort is making to renew the combination between tho Over land antl Isthmus routes to the pub lic's disadvantage, and that the ques tion is still undecided. Russell Sage says that the Pacific Mail is going to build three steamers of 8,000 tons each. Creswell Determined to Leave the Cabinet. Washington, July 1. — Ex-Post master-General Creswell stated on leaving the Cabinet meeting to-day that he would act as Postmaster-Get. eral until his successor should be ap pointed, but he intended to insist upon leaving the Department as soon as possible. Heavy Reduction ot Freights and Fares. New York, July I.—All the promi nent Western railroads to-day con cluded an arrangement cutting down through passenger and freight rates about fifty per cent. The revised tariff will go into operation immediately. Eastern Wool Market. Boston, July 1. —Tho general fea tures of the wool market ure the same as last week. There continues to be a good demand for desirable lots and prices are well sustained. A large portion of the new Western clip is on the way to this city, and manufactur ers will soon have a splendid assort ment to select frcm. Sales of new and old Ohio and Pennsylvania fioeces are made at from 52(7/ 57 cents, and of Spring California at from 80@40cents. Pulled wool is selling at 40@50 cents for dill'erent grades. Superfine and extra, market firm and demand ac tive. Killed by a Train. Nassua, (N. H.), July 2.—The wife of Maj. Geo. Daniels was killed to day, and the Major and his grandson probably fatally injured, at Milford while crossing the track in front of an approaching train. Doubts as to the Fate of the Steamer Faraday. New York, Juno 2. — The Mer chants' Exchange has a dispatch from Pictou saying that nothing can be learned either there or at Halifax jus tifying the report of the loss of the cable steamer Faraday. Tho Original ot" Urnnt'N Finance Mem orandum. Wasiiinoton, July I.—The Grant- Jones memorandum on finance proves to be a chapter out of a pamphlet enti tled " How to Resume Specie Pay ments," published a few weeks since by ex-Judge Pascal. The Times on l'aeilic Itailrond Bonds. New York, June 2. —The Times re news the statement that the California Pacific Railroad is not prepared to pay its interest. The discovery of forged Pacific Rail road bonds here creates considerable excitement in financial circles and tends to depress those securities, be cause time purchasers fear getting spurious issue. SAN FRANCISCO. Another Suicide — Mining ;Dividend— The « iisc of Marks and Nou—Arri val of n Steamer for the China Line. San Francisco, July 2.—Charles C. Lindeman committed suicide last night near the Florence House on the San Bruno road, by shooting himself through the heart. Tne Eureka Consolidated Mining Company have declared a dividend of one dollar per share, payable next Monday. Judge Blake of the Municipal Court, has taken the ease of Marks and son's motion for a new trial, under advisement till July 18th. The lire at the corner of Pine and Dupont streets to-day in Yates & Cos. coal yard, done damage to about $2,600. The case of Marks and son was re sumed to-day on motion for a new trial. The arguments of counsel will be closed this afternoon, Mr. McAllis ter concluding it on the part of the defendants. The banquet in honor of B. P. Avery, our new Minister to China will be given at the Grand Hotel, July Bth. The steam«r Arizona sailed from Panama for this port yesterday. The Pacific Mail Steamer Colima arrived this evening from Panama. She will be the next steamer in the China line. ARIZONA. ¥ii ma Colorado River Riving Again. Yuma, June 30th.—The weather Is warm. The Colorado river lias commenced rising again. It is not expected, how ever, that this rise will be as high as the former one. Tucson, June 30.— Saturday'sC'iV izen says: C. O. Brown has had recent advices from the Oro Blanco mines stating that the ore in the bottom of the last shaft sunk is worth from $75 to $500 per ton. About a dozen aras tras are in operation. Mr. Brown has sent for quicksilver, and intends as soon as it arrives (and it should be here in a few days) to go to the mines and give personal attention to the work of reduction. Nearly every day Bouoe one comes into town from the Sierrita or Oro Blanco mines with quantities of gold. , No Drunkenness In Wine Countries. Colonel Hodge of tbe Santa Barbara /Vets party, says in one of his letters to the Detroit Sunday l'ni<»i. Io Writing of tbe wine product of thecountry, 1 am reminded of 1 be facl that has of late occupied m v mind at different times, ofthe misery, to fam ilies and communities all over the land, caused by tbe general ami indis criminate use of the vile, made up lirpiors. such as brandy, rum, gin and whisky, so commonly drank every wbere, and which would be almost doneaway with, if those who usestint lating drinks would Rive up those made up, drugged liquors, and use the pure California grape wines. .It is the universal testimony of nil who have Visited the wine - growing countries of Europe thai there is but little drunk enness there where pure wine is used for drink almost as freely as water. The San Jose and Alviso stage was upset oil Monday, when some of the passengers received trifling injuries. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Celebration of Independence, v — For the proper celebration a good cigar is indispensible. 1 bavejjust received an entire new stock of Imported and Domestic Cigars and eigaretos, which I will sell nt very mod erate prices. I. GOLDSMITH'S, Main St., adjoining W. E. & Co.'s Express. .1 U-tf-r.l MONEY TO LOAN. In sums of from 81,000 to SIO.OTO. Apply to P.BEAUDRY. Jy..'l-tf—2 PIANOS OXS SALjE In Easy Installments. Large Discount for Cash HALLET, DAVIS & CO S OF BOSTON, Are the best and cheapest Instruments now In use on this coast, mv The following parties have purchased them In this city, and wo refer to them, with their consent: HON*. M. MORRIS, D. V. WALDRON, Esq., SAMUEL PRAGER. Esq., L. H. TITUS, Esq., W. E. EDGAR, Esq., W. WILSON, Esq., W. WOODWORTH, Esq., H. C. AUSTIN, Esq., R. PICO, Esq. WM. G. BADGER. San Francisco. 7 and 9 Sansome street, SOLE AGENT OF THE PACIFIC COAST. I. E. COHN, Oflice at Harris A Jacohy's Cash Store, Main Jy3tf street. —12,£ Everybody Knows —THAT— EUGENE MEYER THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FANCY NOTIONS, and FURNISHING GOODS, Which he sells at the bottom prices. Mr. Meyer has just returned from San Francisco, where he has purchased his SECOND STOCK Of Summer Goods for this season. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. EUGENE MEYER, Comer Los Angeles und Commercial Sts- JyStf-fl NOTICE To the Si ickbolilers of the Co-opern tii© Surgery aud Fruit Company of Los Angeles County. -\7"OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT JL at a meeting ofthe Board of Directors of said Company, held at tin' Secretary's ollice on Wednesday, July 1,1871, the first payment of one dollar per share on the subscribed cap ital stock of the Company was culled in, to be paid to the Secretary at bis office, No. H,Tem ple Block, Within thirty days from the date of notice io be given by the President and Sec retary. It was also ordered that any sub scriber to the stock of the Company failing to make such payment within thirty da vs.should orfeit his or her subscript oa to the stock,und thai such forfeited stock should be again placed on Ihe market. Under this action, all stock must be taken by the :fd day of August, at 12 M., 1874, or be forfeited to tbe Com pan v. The Secretary Is now ready to Issue certificates of stock. Los Angeles, July 2,1874. THOS. A. GAREY, President. L. M. Hoi.t, Secretary. jyy id—s EVERYBODY WANTS ONE OF THOSE Emerson Pianos. T WAVING RETURNED TO THIS CITY, XL I now resume my business, heretofore conducted byj. 1). Patrick, and have just or deied v fresh installment of those SPLENDID INSTRUMENTS, Of which there has been more sold within the last six month! in tlt is city than of all others put together. Also Dunham & Decker Pianos, and Estey and Mason & Hamlin Organs For sale on easy installments. Pianos and Organs for rent GEO. A. ARMSTRONG, At Photographic Parlors, Downey Block. JiyJ lm— X SPECIAL NOTICE. SATURDAY, JULY FOURTH, The afternoon train, from Los Angeles to Wilmington, will leave at 10 o'clock. Jy3-td-l E. E. HEWITT, Supt. WANTED— Employment by a young mar ried man. b qualified to keep books or clerk,and willing to do almost anything. Inquire al the Hebald office, jys-tf—2 O-l P7 ST—SECOND HAND PIANO—BA tjI I venAßacin makeis, for sale. Inquire of Mrs. Lus c I. iiuker, Musi 1 lead er, .i« spring St., or of J. B. < oheii, with Hai rls & Jasohy. jy3-lf-2 NEW ADVERTISE VIE NTS. FURI?jfURErFURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, (Successors to Hotter «& Lord), Havn now tho Largest Stock ever brought here. Have Just received a large lot directly fiom the Last, and cordially invite tho pub k) to examine their goods nnd price sumo. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Etc. lcic. Etc. Sidney Laooy, (With Dottci'& Bradley), Is still selling everything in above lines at Reduced Prices, and guarantees Work and Coods. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Arc still Agents for the (iHOVEIt &- Xt.VlvlOli, ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, And would beg leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR Nc-av unci Distinct sintl Imp oi'ttuit Improvements have been added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 86 LOS ANGELES, jlyl Sign of the Big Red Chair. tflO SUMMONS. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE SEV- X enteenth Judicial District of the state of < alilornia, in and for t lie county of Los Ange les.— A. R. Loomls, plaintiff, against George E. Holienbech, Executor, etc, and others, de fendants. Action brought in the District Court ofthe Seventeenth Judicial District of the State of California, In ami for the county of bos Angeles, nnd the complaint Bled in said county of Los Angeles, in the otlice of the Clerk of said District Court. The people of the State of California send greeting to George E. Holienbech, Executor, it;..AmandaHollenbem, Elizabeth Holien bech, a minor under IU years of age, and John H. Myers, defendants: You are hereby required to appear In an ac tion brought against you by the above-named plaintiff in the District Court of ihe Seven teenth Judicial District of Ihe State of Califor nla, in and for the county of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) alter the service on you of this summons—if served Within this county; or, if served out of Ibis coun'y, but in this District, Within twenty days; otherwise, within forty days—or Judg ment by default w ill tie taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this Court for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage described in thesaidcomplaint,and executed by one Alphonzo Holienbech, now deceased, on t he 181 h day of September, A. I>. 1872, to secure the payment of a certain pro missory Hole of the same date, made by said Alphonzo Hallenbech in his life-time.'upon which there is now alleged to he due the sum of 81,500, gold coin, anil interest thereon from December4,lB72.at the rate of eighteen per cent, per annum; that the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold, and proceeds applied to the payment of said promissory note and said interest thereon and attorney's fees and costs of suit; ami in case such p'ro ce ds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain an execution against aid John H. Myers for the balance remaining due; and also that the s dd defendants un 1 all persons claiming by, through or under them may be barred and foreclosi d ofall right, title, claim, lien, equity of red em pi ion, and interest in ami to.said mortgaged premises, and tor other and further relief. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear nnd answer the Bald complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff Will apply to the Court for tbe relief demanded in the said complaint. o ——;., Given under my hand and the Seal 1 of the District Court of the Sevcn -1 seal I teenth Judicial District of the State J of California, in and for the county —. —* of Los Angeles, tills 26th day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred ami seventy-four. A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By C. W. Oort.n, Denutv Clerk. S. C. Huunr.i.i,. Pill 's Att'y. Jy2 2m—ls r. K. lasiir.n. 1,. W. THATCHEB. Tlie Gi'juigi-oi'isS Buy of FISHER & THATCHER FOKMKKI.Y E. E. FISHER & CO. Wo make specialties of tine Watches, Jew elry, Diamonds, silverware, Clocks, Specta cles, etc. We make all kinds of solid gold Jewelry, si t diamonds, enameling In nil col ors, gilding, ell graving In ever style ofthe art. Etruscan jeweliy made and repaired, restored or recolorcd. solid gold chains made to or der. I llil chains repaired and recolorcd to look like new. AM kinds of watch work made, from a screw to n perfectly adjusted watch. Prices lower I fan the iowe-l. for ipialny of goods and work. ~ FISHER A THATCHER" jyl t:—") Manufacturers, Vt, Main St. Q RAN TJ DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT — AN D — BALL, Given by the Turn Verein Germania, ut their Hall, on Saturday EA-e'a;, July -x, The evening's entertainment to commence wiiii the charming burletta, in one act, entitled AFTER THE MASQUERADE, To be followed by the laughable farce, in one uct, entitled MlfisT Alv T-CINT IDKXTI TV, — on — THE ORIGINAL JOHN SMITH. The evening's entertainment toconclude With a comic shadow Pantomime. The whole to conclude with a Gr I IjST _0 B Iv L. ADMISSION - - - SI.OO Tickets to he had at the door. Doors open ut "o'clock; performance to coinmenco at 8. Jy2 NOTICE. AEEW HOARDERS CAN BE ACCOM modutcd, with pleasant Rooms,ut rea sonable raten. Cttrß leave for Los An.elusat lv A. M.: returning, arrive at 4 P. m. Ban Gabriel, Juns *d, 1874. lm - 2 DAVID F. HALL MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, _OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL. IN I'siints, Oils, Variiislios, XBruislies* and O lsrss. Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Cilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGENTS ICOfl THE California Chemical Paint Company. LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO 15 PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. HOTEL, >! Street, Lorn Aii<felesi. A First-class Hous3 - - J. A. BRCWtI, Proprietor. TIIK VLBEFINO APAHTMEMTB Are lai'K* and will ventilated, and in the bast possible conditlss. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. No expense will be spared to make the Hotel equal Is any f>u the Coast. n2B-tf— 5 GRAND OPENING O X THE CAPITOL ON Saturday) 31 « y ft tl, WITH AX ENTIRE NEW STOCK 01 l>r*Y <3rOOI>«. FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING, Gents' Furnishing Goods HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS' CLOTHING, MADE UP IN THF. LATEST STYLE. ALSO 0 jK, I* E T & OF ALL DESCKIPTTONS, Wh'c'i will beofTered (o tbe public at Lower Rates than the Lowest, The public are cordially Invited to attend und examine our Immense stock — AT — THE CAPITOL, SPRING WTRTSICT Nearly Opposite the PostofYlce m>'-':t 3rn— 30 1776. 1874. CITIZEN'S CELEBRATION! SECOND DIVISION. Grangers' (Department. HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AID TO the Grand Marshal by tbe Grange Com niitteeof Arrangements, to take Charge of the Granger's Department or the citizens' celebra tion, I beg leave to muke public the Grungei's program ihe. The Granges of Los Angeles county have been assigned to the second division'of the citizens' procession. Oranges desiring to participate in the cele bration will report to the undersigned, at Grange Hall, over the Orange Cooperative Store, on Main street, between Second and Third—Leek's building—at!) o'clock A. ft. At ;i:.lt) they will form in procession in front of the Hall and march up Main street toThird.on Third to Spring, down Spring to Fifth, on Kill h to Main, and halt With I lie right rest ing on Main, to uwait the moving ofthe cit - y.ens' procession at 10 O'clock. After the disbanding of tbe citizens' proces sion— after the public exercises—at the plaza, the Orange Division will march down Main street to Grange Hall, where brief public exer cises will be held. President of the Duy, .1. T. Gower, Header ofthe Farmers' Declaration of Inde pendence, Thos. A. Garcv. Toast Muster, 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 Oranges do not turn out, are requeued to bring with them 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 Orange on this occasion, lly order ofthe Committee. J. Q. A, STANLEY, jyl td—B Grunge Marshal. Carriage Wagon 1 ? x r\ t ING Neatly and promptly done at Nos. 24 and 26, Aliso Street, Betwee 1 Los Angel. < an I Alameda streets l&ll-iX THOMAS J. MURRA f. 1" A R M E I*, @ OBSERVE THE CALIFORNIA HARROW MANUFACTURED BY Kimball Manufacturing Co., OF SAN FRANCISCO. rruiis HARROW offers great IN- Jl dueements to the farmer over all others. The faculty with which it can be conducted from one to another field; the saving of labor over the old method of walking after; the way It can be regulated, to work deep or shallow; its adaptability to irregular surface ofthe soil; the division of teeth, whereby space is divided by 3% inches, thus working over the surface; with the thorough material and workman ship, render it next to perfect. Tillers of the soil, one and all, will please call and see for themselves. Orders made in advance will lessen the cost. The delivery will be made to meet the wishes of subscrib ers. For any further Information, apply to the undersigned. T i I X EAGLE HAY PRESS KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO. Sole Proprietors of California The cheapest, quickest, most satisfactory Hay Press extant. Only live to eight seconds required to press the hay. Requires no slak ing. Set 'em level und go ahead. Over live hundred of these presses are ln use on this coast. They give complete satis faction. Three men, with a pair of horses, press easily 80 TO 100 BALES DAILY. Every farmer should have one, and bale \\U hay, when time serves best TlM:ii2 IsltfONEY. APPLY TO L. DEWEY, Agent for the Company, Stoddard's, No. 78 Main St. HoflYnnu and Huilaou River Rosendale Cement In lots of 50 barrels and upwards, for sale. JnnO —12 Mechanics' Restaurant! COR. LOS ANGELES and'RKQUENA STREETS. H. STASSFORTH, : Proprietor, Begs leave to inform the public of Los An geles and vicinity, that he has bought the Res taurant of Mr. Brown, which he will coutlnus under the name of Mechanics' Restaurant. It will be carried .on >s heretofore, ln tha best style. A No. 1 Meal for 25 Cents. I also hays A- PRIVATE IS OOM, ■Where families can have meals served to their desire. None but white peoplu em ployed in the house. Give me a call and satisfy yourself. J 10-1 m—jjU FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' OF LOS ANGELES. rpilE FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' JL Bunk of Los Angeles removed to their New HuildiiiL', adjoining the Lafayette Hotel, o : MONDAY, the loth Inst. ' JOHN O. DOWNEY, President. Isaias W. Hkllman, Cashier. Jeiatf— 3% MAIN STREET, BELOW THIRD. ALL KINDS OF BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACKERS, And PASTERY kept constantly on bund. Wedding Cakes a Specialty. Delivery to any part ofthe city. —S my6-tf BUKHARD <fe EBINGER.