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Asociation-Continued.
may oo rt>ted as urst-ciass, one-eighth
as Beeond-clam, ami one-eighth as
substantially waste land. Tbe waste
land tithe (rash or wide dry river-bed,
and Iwo patches of the plateau, where
the upper line intersects the Ctfba
momra and San Antonio crock. The
-;• 'rond-elass is very coarse and grav
elly. It will be remembered that the
tWination of all the soil is mountain
wash, the finest being farthest from
the mouth of the cafion, or longest in
state of decomposition. It has all
taken on considerable vegetable mat
ter, and in some localities it is approx
imating a light clay formation. Prob
ably no soil exists in this favored
country better compounded for the
growth of the orange and vine. Of
course the drainage is perfect, and
this fact combined with the other fact
that the soil is open, admitting the
heat and electricity of the sun to the
roots of the young tree, makes
an abundance of water indispeiisihlc.
it is said that the black sand serves
to gather and conduct tbe-electricity
which vitalizes the plant. It is the
water that gives value to the land.
The questions of quantity and cer
tainty of water are the only questions
re consideration. Tlie Cuca
monga creek, is a short, bold, precip
itous stream, as pure and clear
as ever gushed from mountain side
or washed a granite pebble bed.
About a mile from the mouth of the
cafion is a fall, about ten feet perpen
dicular, where all the water is exposed
To view. Mr. Hansen, engineer, in
company with Mr. Miles, Superin
tendent of the City Water Works,
made an estimate and partial measure
ment of the water on the "th of July,
" and find a stream of four square feet,
cross section, and a velocity (calcu
lated by the Mclks-Vasquez watch)
of about two and a half miles per
hour." It seemed to our informant's
eye to have a velocity of about twenty
miles per hour. The calculations of
tlie experts give 402,528,000 cubic feet
per year When placed and standing
"till in reservoirs, or 8,031 gallons of
water for each tree on 5,000 acres,
counting seventy-five trees per acre.
To state the quantity of water in a
simpler manner, the engineers make
2i0,500,000 superficial feet in 5,000
acres, to which are distributed 402,628,
--000 cubic feet of water —equal to a rain
fall of about twenty-five inches. Tiiis
added to the natural rain-fall—say
twenty inches — makes fioty-five
inches of water annually over the
whole surface. In addition to this,
the Association can establish a fine
mill power at the points where they
drop the water into the reservoirs.
They should spare no additional cost,
either in size of pipe or in obtaining
pressure by reaching a higher point of
diversion. A flour mill, a planing
mill for San Bernardino lumber, and
a woolen mill, will be useful incidents
to the new colony. If the company
expect success, they must be scientific,
etllcientand thorough on this water
question, for water! water!! water!!!
is the great requirement. There is
an abundance only it must
be well utilized. It can be
taken from the bed of the stream
high up and conducted in large, strong
iron pipes along the precipitous moun
tain side to the upper side ofthe pla
teau, and deposited in an immense
reservoir for further distribution. No
half-way work, or doubtful engineer
ing, or guess-work calculations, or
sham economy in this particular
should be tolerated or acted upon for a
moment. The final success of the
whole plan depends upon thorough
ness and intelligent direction in this
part of the work. This is the part
that tries the purse-strings. Appar
ently it cannot cost less flian fifty
thousand dollars to make a thorough
job of it. Without a guarantee of this
being done, stockholders will have no
certainty; with it, there can be no
doubt. There are some other sources
of water, but they are smaller or sec
ondary, or contingent. There are
plenty of trout in the stream. Dis
count the calculations one-half as a
margin for unexpected casualties, and
for dry years, anl there is still water
onougli for tree culture. The stream,
soon after leaving the falls, com
mences to diminish, and finally sinks
itself in its own bed near the moot l '
of the canon.
Special Corporate Rights.
We have been requested to cile the
law in support of the argument ad
vanced yesterday on the correctness
"t'tlie Supreme Court's recent decision
ln the case of San Francisco vs. Spring
Valley Water Company. The funda
mental law is found in Section. 31 of
Article four of the Constitution of the
State of California, which reads as
follows: "Corporations may he formed
"under general laws hut shall not he
"created hy special Act, except for
"municipal purposes." This is law
enough to destroy all special individ
ual or corporate franchises obtained
through special acts of the Legisla
ture B:tt we have still more, if not
higher law iv support of the illegality
of ail special franchise legislation. In
Ulst Cal., Fall vs. County of Sutter,
page 212, will he found the opinion of
Chief Justice TAVEY on this impor
"do -o by the Constitution uu
''(/»•;• which they are etecteif, "They
"cannot, therefore, by contract,
"deprive a future Legislature of the
"power of imposing any tax they may
"deem necessary for the public service
"or of exercising any other act of sov
"reignty confided to the legislative
"body, unless the poircr to make SUOh
"contract is conferred upon them by th
"Constitution of the State; and on
"every controversy on this subject of
'•the question must depend upon the
"Constitution of the State, and the cx
"tont of the power thereby conferred
"on the legislative body." This is high
authority, and after reading it a cor
poration enjoying special privileges
need only determine the nature of its
formation to at once reach its legal
status. If formed under the general
laws its existence is a fixed fact, but
it is entitled to no special rights nor
exclusive franchisee, and if it lias been
enjoying such privileges, they are
mere favors from a community, and
cannot be maintained as legal rights.
The Supreme Court of the State says:
"With no limitation upon the discre
tion of tlie Legislature in respect to
"the particular powers and privileges
"to lie granted to each, nor as to the
"innumerable purposes for which cor
porations might be formed, nor as to
"the term of their duration, gross abus
"es necessarily resulted from such a
"system." This ought to forever settle
the question of special franchise in
California. Everything of the kind
ever granted is unconstitutional and
no claim of the kind is valid or can
be maintained.
Unjust Censure.
If we understand the remarks of the
Express on the acquittal of Fernan-
DEZ, they are intended to reflect on
tlie jury system in general, and on the
jury that tried this case in particular.
We do not believe good will result
from an indulgence in the freeman's
right to say what he pleases about
everybody, to the extent of condemn
ing the verdict of a jury where the
self-assumed judge has not heard or
read the evidence on which that ver
dict was found, it has become too
much the practice with journalists to
censure a jury on the finding of a ver
dict which does not conform to their
idea of what it should be. When a
killing occurs almost all kinds of ru
mors anil reports prevail as to the
cause and the circumstances, and it is
upon these, public opinion is formed.
It is upon these ami tlie heterogenous
ma<s of evidence detailed before the
Coroner's Jury that many unjust and
often injurious editorials are written.
This is bad enough; but when, after
patiently listening for days to the evi
dence brought forth in a murder trial,
a jury finds its verdict set aside and
the motives and intelligence of the
jurymen questioned by an editor who
lias not heard the testimony, the pro
vocation becomes so great that a
Court should treat the act in the light
of a contempt. It is the business of a
jury to hear the evidence of a case and
verdicts found on such evidence
should not be too hastily condemned
by those who know nothing of the
facts and but little of the law.
Mr. Bolander.
A number of those journals that
were most iudustrious in securing the
election of Superintendent BoLANDEB
are now foremost among his con
demned. The new school law is ins
offspring, and was passed at his solici
tation, but it is a poor law and will
work serious injury throughout the
State. The San Jose Mercury one of
the Superintendent's old friends and
advocates, remarks as follows: "Bo
lander's new school law virtually does
away witli second and third grade
certificates, and city Boards are pro
hibited from renewing third grades.
To receive a certificate, even to teach
a backwoods primary school, the
teacher must obtain eighty-five per
cent, on all studies, algebra and phi
losophy included. This law was evi
intended as a "drive" at the State
Normal School. If rigidly enforced
it will close up four-fifths of tlie pub
lic schools of the State." Tlie Chris
tian Advocate, another paper that la
bored as fiard as a sectarian paper
ever labors at any task, to secure the
election of Bolandkk, says: "There
is no State otliee of greater impor
tance than that of Superintendent of
Public Schools. The post ought to be
tilled by a man of practical views and
sterling common sense. The convic
tion prevails—and it is increasing—
that the present incumbent is a failure;
yet there is no remedy within our
reach at present. Our schools must
limp along as best they can till the
day of deliverance comes."
The PetaluoM Argus does not see
that Congressman Lcttrell comes
home with anything to he proud of.
At least he conies hack with no marks
that his constituents need he ashamed
of. He comes back without a corpor
ation collar on his neck, which is more
than can he said of the man with
whom the Argus sought to defeat Lir
hu:ll. The people of the northern
portion of this State are proud of Ln
tkell, and the people of the whole
state are proud of him. lie made a
good light in their defense. His ex
posure of the swindles in the mail con
tract bids saves the nation millions of
dollars; and his attacks on othur thiev
ing rings will also save the people's
money. There is everything in Mr.
Lutt hell's record that his friends are
proud of, and nothing that his enemies
• •an exult over.
Latest Telegrams.
Two Days' Baltic With Indians.
ALL OFFICES "JLCURIQ WCANT
EASTERN
...... ......... in .m oiiiii'ie county nas
been fighting Indians two days. No
particulars.
I'nnnma Mcamer.
NSW YORK, July 18.—The steamer
Constitution sailed from Panama for
San Francisco on the nth.
Arkansas < .mini iI ul ionn I Convention.
Little Rock, July 18.—Tbe Arkan
sas Constitutional ('on vent lon will de
clare all offices vacant, and order a
new election.
The Priest Innocent.
London, July 18.— The priest who
was arrested as an accessory in the
attempt to assassinate Bismarck has
been released, as he proved his entire
innocence.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Deaths mii-liitr the Week-Small-Pox —
Heavy Mnils Tor Australia.
San Francisco, July 18.—There
were eighty-three deaths in the city
the past week.
A case of small-pox was discovered
yesterday. The patient was taken to
the pest-house.
Tlie steamer Tartar did not sail for
Australia to-day. There is a great ac
cumulation of mails iv the Post office
for that country, anil the quantity in
creases daily.
ARIZONA.
Stormy tVeatlier in PrcseoM -('limine
in Telegraph <»liernlor«-TlieSalonn
Un Hi nest.
PitESCOTT, July 10.—The weather
has been cloudy, with occasional
storms of rain, accompanied by heavy
thunder and lightning, with strong
wind.
John T. Gilford, for tlie past six
months U. S. Military Telegraph Op
erator at Stanway Station, has re
signed, and will leave for his home in
San Dieuro in a few days.
Mr. Atkinson, who lias been in
charge of the Military Telegraph of
fice at Yuma, having been relieved by
John Carroll of San Diego, also re
turns to San Diego.
The Miner says Prescott has ten or
eleven drinking saloons, one of which
furnishes drinks and cigars at a bit
apiece; tlie remainder stick to the old
price, two bits.
Telegrams from San Carlos say the
Apaches on that Reservation are be
having excellently under military
management, and they are now liar
vesting their grain crop, which is very
heavy.
Tlie Phoenix correspondent of the
Mira r says: The harvest is about over
and the threshers are beginning their
Work. 1 think the crops will lie short
of the estimates made before harvest.
Not so many acres were cut as last
year, and tlie grain is light. There is
plenty, however, for the prices that
are offered. Only think of one cent
per pound for barley, when men have
to cut it in such hot weather.
Water is very scarce in the valley.
The river has plenty of it, but the
ditches are all too high, the bed of the
river having been lowered from one to
two feet by the freshet of last Winter.
There are plenty of fish in the river
and fishing parties are all the rage.
Pacific Coast Items.
A fire has been raging in the woods
east of Auburn.
New wheat is arriving at South Val
lejo at the rate of 200 tons a day.
Rich specimens of gold quartz have
been discovered about fifteen miles
distant from the Holcomb Valley
mines.
The smelting-works at Sacramento
have quit; cause—no water. While
going, they produced 45 tons of bullion
from 107 tons of ore.
A baud of 2,400 sheep belonging to
Messrs. Anderson and parks Bros.,
passed through Westiand to join an
other band in the tules, of 8,000.
Preparations are being made at
Marysville to raise the steamer Belle,
snagged three years ago with a cargo
on board, and $3,000, at the junction
ofthe Yuba and Feather rivers.
Business is not as lively in Truckee
as it has been in former years, but yet
the town is improving and increasing
in population. Over twenty dwelling
houses have been built within the past
two months.
There is considerable complaint in
Vallejo at the quality of water now
furnished by the water company. Tlie
trouble is that the water iv Lake Cha
bot is fermenting, and will be unpleas
ant to the taste and smell until the
fermentation ceases.
J. A. Calfee delivered at the Banner
Warehouse on Monday the first new
wheat of the season for Napa. This
was raised on Keely's ranch, two
miles north of iSapa City. The first
wheat of the season from Berryessa
(four loads) came in Tuesday'from
Andy Wester and O. Schetter.
Tourists are flocking from all parts
of the world to Truckee, the "switch
ing off" place. Over one hundred
and fifty have arrived within the last
two days. The large portion wend
their way to Lake Tahoe, but Webber
aud Independence Lakesattract many.
WANTS—LOST—FOU N D.
I- 08T—ON MONDAY, EITHER IN THE
j city or on the road running out by tbe
Jewish burial ground, a pocket-book contain
ing the flrat naturalisation papers of Fred,
tiross, and two lifly dollar greenbacks, and
other valuable papers, Tlie tinder Will be
liberally rewarded by leaving the proper! v at
tbe Herald otliee,
Lo« Angeles, July 13, 1871. Jy 14-tf 3
WANTED— TQ PURCHASE THREE OR
lour thousand ewes, or lour to live
t huii -and good ewe lambs. Enquire of OIL
MACHER BROS., Lafayette Hotel. ,jyl.»-i\v
WANTED— 2,000 SHEEP TO KEEP ON
■bares, hy a mull thoroughly posted
in Lbe business, whojjhas an extensive sheen
range near ricscolt, Arizona. The range ls
well supplied with water und feed the year'
round, and experience has demonstrated ihat
there is no more p lull: a ble locality for sheep
on the rucitic slope. For particulars address
P. 1)., this ulliee. Jy U-If—t
SITUATION WANTED.—IIy n competent
book-keeper, cither steady, or to work a
few hours during the day. The beat of refer
ences given. Address, ''B," this otliee.
JylJ-.T
PARTIES WISHING TREES PLANTED,
FenoSS huil!, or Whitewashing neatly,
promptly, cheaply done, will please addles*
order to P. O. BOX ML jun.i tf—l
WANTED — KIMtN ISSUED ROOMS TO
let, double or single, at No. 8, Heandry
Terraes, my-i72iii —r MRS. B.DORNEY.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
10.001TPEOPLE KILLED.
Fr-m smoking ha 1 cigars. The only w»y
U p- vent such another calamity Is to buy
11. id .uilth's cigars, they arc Ihe best the mar
ket produces and will hurt no one.
I. GOLDSMITH,
Main St., adjoining W. F. A Co>*l Express.
J 11-tf-3
MORSCH & MANNING,
HOUSKjANDsIGN PAINTERS—FRESCO,
scene. Gilding, and Banner Tv rners—
Hi Court street, opposite Court-house, Lo-
Angeles. Qntmlng, Oktcing, Caldmlnlag
nml Paper-hanging. jyiiKim— 2
Dissolution of Partnership.
VTOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN TH \TTIIE
partnership heretofore existing between
Outhy m Marsiiaii, is hereby dissolved by
mutual consent, 'ihs business will hereafter
be conducted by C. T. Bath] . * bo will collect
all debts due the firm.
C. T. B VTHY,
w. ii. Marshall.
Los Angeles, June 90, IS7I. JylU-10t"
MASONIC N O TIC E.
Los Angeles Lodge No. 42,
F. & A. M.
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THK
above Lodge arc hereby notified to at
tend a special meeting of said l.ode, at 0
o'clock to-pay (Sunday), July 19th, for the
piirposqjgfTittciidlng the funeral of Bio. Levi
A. Lnrfh'Sr"
Members ofthe Pentalpha Lodge, No. 202,
nnd sojourning Brathern in good standing are
cordially Invited to attend.
By order of 8. <!. FOY, W. M.
Chas. smith, scc'y. JyHMt—l%
500
A> 31 I JL. I E SS
ARE
HELPING THEMSELVES
TO
Choice Family Groceries
AT THE
GRANGE STORE,
Main St., bet. Second and Third,
LOS
Kverytliine Sold nt n Shade
Above Cost.
BUT" Goods arc delivered prompt I v to every
part of the city. J. H. SEYMOUR,
General Manager,
Los Angeles, July IS, 1871. jylO'f—s
PIANOS
TP OTt Ss* .A. E
In Easy Installments.
Large Discount for Cash
HALLET, DAVIS & CO S
OF BOSTON,
Arc the best aud cheapest Instruments n >w
in use on this coast.
ear The following parties have purchased
them in this city, and we refer to thum, with
their consent:
HON. M. MORRIS,
D. V. WALDRON, Esq.,
SAMUEL PRAGER, Esq.,
L. H. TITUS, Esq.,
W. F. EDGAR, Esq.,
W. WILSON, Esq.,
W. WOODWORTH, Esq.,
H. C. AUSTIN, Esq.,
It. PICO, Esq.
WM. G. BADGER. San Francisco,
7 and 9 Sansome street,
SOLE AGENT OF THE PACIFIC
COAST.
I. E. COHN,
Xx*av©liu||T Agent.
EAGLE MILLS.
E. WEBER Ac CO.
HAVING LEASED THE EAGLE MILLS
—formerly known as Steams' Mill—have
thoroughly overhauled the same, and put in
New Machinery,
At an expense ol over 3,1,000, nnd are now pre
pared to do all kinds of GRIsT WORK on
satisfactory terms.
Also keep on hand
FLOURS,
MEALS,
CRACKED CORN
AND BRAN.
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT.
Alameilu street, nbove the City. JyiatfS
FURNITURE FORJHE MILLION!
H. NEWBAUER,
SPRING ITBEET,
Next door to the H eiialii Office,
Has constantly on hand an extensive stock of
FURNITURE,
BEDDING AND
WINDOW-SHADES,
And everything in his line, which will be
solil cheaper than the cheapest,
mytttf GIVE HIM A CALL. lui.ltf-5
S. D. McLennon,
OKAI.KH IN
GKOCE I* I E§,
PROVISIONS,
Cigrui-k* nuil XotXsOOO,
New COMMERCIAL STREET, adjoining
t ommereial Restaurant.
Goods ehwup for cash. jh.i.. ii- •
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE SAN FRANCISCO
OI3R/OTJSI
AND COLLECTION OF
PERFORMING ANIMALS!
ON A TOUR THROUGH CALIFORNIA.
■Iterun tmpMnlicd season of one hun
dred nnd twenty night* in S in Fr.inesoo,,will
exhibit ut the Olil < IrciM UrmiuiU,
Cor. New High and Temple Sts.
L A st In ICHT,
Monday Evening, July 20th.
Tlie Management oi lliis sluiiemlous Aggre
ga inn takei prid- iv presenting to the publ lo
the following br lliimi array uf ilnapproacha
ble performers, Highly Trained Horses, Per
forming GOatl, and the wonderful
PERFORMING ELEPHANT.
i
PRINCESS MOLLIE,
38 years 01d,43 Inches high, weighs 789 pound*
—the smallest elephant in the world—will he
Introduced at each exhibition, by his trainer.
SEVENTEEN STAR PERFORMERS
LEO BY
Miss Katie Holloway,
The Great Equestrian and Manage Artiste.
Georce Holland,
Champion Somersault Itider, late of Chlarl"
ill's Circus,
Mr.. . i .iiiicm.
The Queen orthe Air;
Harry Clnrlt,
The Celebrated Uyiniuist, or" The Man with
the Iron Jaw;"
Mailer vVleco,
The renowned Peruvian Indian, in Ills great
Bare-back, Trick, Hurdle und Grotesque Acts,
from J. M. Hudson's North and South Amer
can Circus.
Wm. "Worrier,
The popular Musical and Talking Clown;
jYloiih. Duprcz,
Champion Dare-Devil Rider;
George Shyroolr.
Tli' 1 wonderful Gymnast and Tumbler:
Tim Segrino llros,
Tho celebrated Acrobats; together with
Messrs. DODGK, ROGERS, SPALDING,
NORTH und .SMITH In their specialties. ,
Beautiful Stud of Trained Horses
and Ponies.
The advent of the Circus will be heralded In
each place of Exhibition by Prof.
Chas. J. Schlppert'i
CORNET HAM),
Conveyed through the streets In tlie new and
most elegant Rami Chariot ever on the coast.
ADMISSION $1 | CHILDREN EO cts.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; performance to com
jy li menceats. st—il'
TURN-VEREIN HALL.
Manager Mr. Jos. MtTRPHV
Treasurer 1. R. Su.vrrrvK
Leader of Orchestra Karl Williams
Mr. JOS. MURPHY
And his great Comedy Combination will ap
pear for a short season, c immencing
Monday Evening, July 20th.
!n Irish. Dutch, Nerjro and Chinese
COMEDY,
On which oec.islon the following artists wi.l
appear:
MR. JOS. MURPHY,
Mr. E. H. Maiden, Miss Funny Young,
Mr. li. Belmuur, Miss Mollie Ruynor,
Mr. Wilkes, Miss Annie Lawrence,
Mr. Osborne. Miss Mary Ingalls,
Mr. K. Williams, Miss Ella Turner.
Pooi s open a! T o'clock. Performance to com
mence at K.
Admission 50 cts. and 81
uns-Uox sheet now open at Brodrlck's Hook
store. jyititd
FIREMEN'S BALL
KOIt TUG BENEFIT OF TUB
THIRTY • EIGHTS,
On Tuesday Evening, July 28th,
AT TURN VEREIN HALL.
Committee of Arrangements:
C. E. Miles, J. Farnhart, L. J. Bacrlste,
G. H. Sanguinettl, .1. Rreson,
B. C. Human, D. W. Fitzpatriek.
lei-cent ion Committee:
B. C. Truman, C. C. Lips, C. E. Miles,
L. J. Jacristc, Ed. Huber.
Floor Committee:
J. B. .Sanguinettl, W. H. Green,
D. w. Fitzpatrick, J. Farnhart
J. Kuriz, Sidney Lacey.
TK'KEfS, admitting gentlemen nnd
ladies 03 00
j>l7td—C
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
SAVINGS BANK
MAIN .STREET,
Las eles, Cal.
CAPITAL STOCK, :::::: $300,000
PiiKStnENT T. S. SLAUSON
Vick-Piiksioknt J. M. GRIFFITH
DIBECTORSi
J. S. SLAUSON, J. M. GRIFFITH,
V. A. HOOVER, RORERT S. BAKER,
J. BIXItY, H. R. TICHENOR,
GEORGE S. DODGE.
Open for business fom 10 A. M. till 3 p. m.,
and Saturday evenings from (j to tf o'clock.
Deposits received in any amounts.
Money to loan on real estate iv amounts
and lor length of time desired,
jlytl-tf—s
L. LICHTENBERCER,
(Successor to Roeder A Lichtenbcrger),
jyjANUFACTURER OF
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc.
113, 145 and 147 Main street, Los Angeles,
Very respectfully solicits the patronago of
the public it: his line of business. All ve
hicles built ofthe BEST MATERIAL. An
extensive
SHOP
Is connected witli tlie establishment, where
all kinds ef BlaoksmttMng will be done to
order.
RttP AIRING
Done with dispatch, and with v view of giving
satinlaction to palroL3.
A. 11 Work "Warranted
m>7-tf ip— 2}'j
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
M S. II . 0011 > ,
JJAS JUST RECEIVED A PINE ASSORTMENT OF
HAIR, HAIR BRAIDS,
Ladies' and Childrens' Underwear and Fancy Millinery Goods.
CloaKs ssikl I
MADE TO ORDER AT THE LOWEST PRICE AN D IX THE LATEST
STYLE. WARRANTED TO PLEASE.
Jyll Mrs. 11. COftX «'«r. Sjnlivr nn I Teta|ilc Sun lf~s
WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL
(FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.),
REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL,
DEALERS lIN
Oils,
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES
AGENTS tnOH, THK
California Chemical Paint Company.
LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
— To — mySSo, in
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
HOTEL,
3lniu Strcoi, Lon Ancjrelefli.
A First-class House - - J. A. ERCVVN, Proprietor.
TH TO BLE IB 1 • ING A 1» ATf T I\l >1 T S
Are large and well v mtllated, and in I ho best possible condition.
THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET.
No expense will spared to make the Hold < qini tf> any o, i the Coast. u2Ct-t,— s
rumnSMBSSSS—W■ II —i ll—Simi ■lIISJWS ■IMSII IB 1.-l
Cheaper tlif&n tike Clteapest !
J. D. GUERRERO,
Corner of Plnza, above the Catholic Church, wishes to inform the public in
in general that lie will sell from this date his entire stock of
DRY GOODS,
Clotliin&"» ISootw, fSlioow, Halx an«l Fancy Ciouclist
AT BAN FRANCISCO COST, POSITIVELY.
Not having the required room in my establishment to keep a mixed assort
ment, as heretofore, 1 will sell my entire stock of Crockery, Glass and Hard
ware, Groceries, Liquors and Cigars, at reduced pi ices; in order to make room
for a Summer Stock of Goods Everything will be s >ld at San Franeisci
•cost—but positively for cash. J. i>. GUERRERO,
jylotf-5 Cor. Plaza, T. P. Campbell's old stand, Los Angeles, Cal.
CLOSING OUT SALE!
THE CAPITOL
OF
SLM3IEII GOOOH
At i lie lowest rates ln the present market to
make room for an extensive stock of
Fall and Winter Goods
Soon to arrive direct from New York, which
we will also offer to tlie public at very reason
able rates, wholesale und retail.
OH V 0
FANCY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS'
CLOTHING,
MAI>E Ul> IX THE LATEST STYLE.
ALSO
O Jk. R I* ETS
Aiitl Oil-Clotlis.
OF AM DESCRIPTIONS,
Which will he ottered to the public st
Lower Rates than the Lowest,
The public ure cordially invited to Attend and
esiimliie our Immense slock
— AT —
THE CAPITOL,
HI'KINt i STREET
Nearly Opposite the Postofflce
M. EDWARDS. 41. lIOFF.
unit 3m—aOJi
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS'
OF LOS ANOELE9,
m ilE FARMERS' and MERCHANTS'
_L Hank of Los Angeles removed in their
Sew Building,adjoining the LaAtyett* Hotel,
>n MONDAY, On- I'ilh Inst,
JOHN ii- DOWNEY, President
Ihaias W. Hhi.lman, Oushler. J«l.°, f—,i'.;
TP .A. 1* TV! E T* &
OBSERVE THE
CALIFORNIA HARROW
MANUFACTURED BY
Kimball Manufacturing Co.,
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
spills HARROW OFFERS GREAT IN'
3, duoeraents to the farmer over all other*.
The faculty with which it can becor.ductei
lrom one to another field; tlie saving oi labor
over the old method of walking after; the \ ay
it can lie regulated, to work deep Or Shallow ;
lis adaptability to Irregular surface ofthe soil:
tlie division of teeth, whereby space is divided
by s 1 .j Inches, thus working over tlie surface;
with the thorough material and workman
ship, render ii next to pat feet.
Tillers ol' the soil, one and all, will please
call und see for themselves. Orders made in
advance will lessen tlie cost. ThO delivery
will be made to meet the wishes of subscrib
ers. For any further information, apply to
tin' undersigned.
T ll ia
EAGLE HAY PRESS
KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO.
Sole Proprietors of California
Tlie cheapest, quickest, most satisfactory
Hay Press extant only Aye to eight seconds
required to press Ihe hay. Requires no stak
-01 •. P. >•' m 1.-vel and go ahead.
I'Ne hundred of these presses are In
Use on this coast. They give complete .satis
faction. Three men, with a pair of horses
press easily
SO TO ICO BALES DAILY.
Every farmer should have one, and balo
hay, when lime serves best
TIHE IS MONEY.
• APPLY TO
N. T,. I)I{IAVKY,
Agent for the Company,
Stoddard's, No. 78 Main St.
llofTiuaii anil Hiiilmou Klver
Rosendale Cement
In lots of ,10 barn is and upwards, for sale.
Jun9 —12
«T. J. REYAOLO'H
PIONEER MACK LINE.
CLARENI ON HOTEL.
Contract! for Hacks, llarouehes, Can lanes,
Uoacbes.etc. 'or Weddings, Picnics, llalisund
Funerals. None but careful drivers em
ployed. Jlvttr— 2

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