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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
WEDNESDAY JULY 22, 1874.
Surrendered its Charter.
"Good Hope" Grange of McDonough
county, Illinois, recently surrendered
its charter ami disbanded on grounds
set forth in the following resolutions:
Resolrert, That the original principles for
which the organization was Instituted have
been entirely overlooked and ignored, in that
the officers "have assumed powers tl.at are
tyrannical, arbitrary and entirely subversive
or good order In the lodge and ln the comnin
nitv; that the officers composing our grand
or State organizations are not the true repre
sentatives ef the members ofthe Order se
lected for thai pupose, being ex-offlcio mem
bers of the same: and, also, that tbe officers
of the National Orange nave arrogated to
themselves—and that, too, under the Work
ings of toe Order —unwarranted and system
atic autocratic authority,ruling as with a rod
of Iron, fiom whose edicts there Is no appeal.
Baa fart, That large sums of money have
been and now, and in time to come ici ill eet ed
by the several state Oranges and the Nation
al Grange, for which no adequate return has
ever been realized by the Individual mem
bers of the Order.
ffotoii'cd, And further there has been, from
time to time, through the state and other ottl
hers of the order a disposition to change the
organization from its original plan of mutual
benefit to the members thereof, to that of a
political party, I hereby injuring and destroy
ing all that was calculated to unite and ele
vate the community It was designed to bene
fit.
Iteeofrwd, It Is burdensome and expensiv. to
the members of the Older, without adequate
compensation for money expenses; that it is
now engendering a spirit of class legislation,
mutual distrust between the agricultural and
commercial intercourse of the land, thereby
demoralizing and debasing the standard of
relations the community bears to each other.-
And further, that the Order as ruled hy de
signing men connected therewith, has been
entirely prostituted from its original purpose,
and brought into subjection to lurther person
al aud political Interests to all of which
we do most sincerely end emphatically pro
test.
We print these resolutions in full,
not because we entertain the faintest
notion that any " large Grange " like
the " Good Hope" was said to be,
ever adopted them, but iv order that
our readers may see the quality of
nonsense a few railroad organs and
monopoly advocates are attempting to
foist upon tlie public. "We have no
doubt but that a chartered Grange
named "Good Hope did pass the
above resolutions, and we will con
cede that immediately thereafter it
surrendered its charter; but we do not
believe, nor do we believe any intelli
gent man believes, "Good Hope"
Grange was respectable either in num
bers, integrity or intelligence. It is
quite probable tlie Grange was organ
ized and the charter procured for the
sole purpose of adopting tlie above res
olutions. It is not hazarding a great
deal to say that "Good Hope" was
made up of scheming office seekers
and disappointed politicians, who,
finding their cloak too thin to deceive
honest men, sold out to the monopo
lists and sought to injure the Grange
cause by sending forth these wonder
ful resolutions. If the trutli could lie
reached, we should find that the
" Good Hope " did not number twenty
members, and among these not a prac
tical farmer could be found. We
should not be surprised if the opening
sentence of the first resolution was
composed with a view of conveying a
doutde meaning, and the words,
"principles for which tlie organiza
tion was installed have been entirely
overlooked and ignored," meant to
convey the true intention of the organ
izers of "Good Hope." At any rate,
we do not apprehend that the farmer's
cause will sustain serious, injury from
the surrender of "Good Hope" char-
ter, nor do we imagine the number of
Grangers will be materially decreased
by the d{abandonment of Good Hope
Grange.
An Educational Journal.
Through the kindness of Dr. Lucky,
City Superintendent of Public .Schools,
we are in receipt of the initial num
ber of the Pacific Coast Educational
Journal. The Journal is published at
tlie well-known and popular printing
house of J. H. Carmany & Co., and
W. \V. Stone is editor, and the new
educator is to appear only quarterly.
It is designed to fill the place made
vacant by the narrow - mindedness,
illiberality and hopeless imbecility of
of the California Teacher. The num
ber before us is filled with articles of
general interest to parents, teachers
and pupils. A free expression of
thought and opinion la apparent
throughout the contributions, and in
his salutatory the editor talks as one
having no little self-admiration circle
to serve, and gives promise of a broad,
high, liberal course, which will com
mand for the Journal the respect and
co-operation of all Intelligent teach
ers. We cannot hope for much from
an educational publication that ap
pears but four times a year. We are
moving far too rapidly to remember
these quarterly stopping-places. The
lesson begun in one is forgotten long
before we reach another. The pub
lishers must issue the Educational
Journal once a month. Its mission
demands its appearance at least that
often. While we are in the role of
counselor, let us urge editor Stone
to guard against a danger which will
beset him from this time forward
that of becoming the organ of San
Krancisco's school ring. He will find
it difficult to avoid this danger. If he
becomes its victim he must strike the
words " Pacific Coasf from the title
of his journal. There are excellent
schools and accomplished school
teachers outside of San Francisco,
and an educational journal can only
become useful and popular in the pro-
portion it is frank and fair and impar
tial on all issues and with all locali
ties. A popular journal of this char
acter must open its columns to all
opinions on education and matters
pertaining thereto. Men and women
who have devoted themselves to
teaching differ on tho best mode and
manner of doing it. Let them discuss
these modes through the columns of
the Educational Journal. It is by an
luterehanga of id.-a* an I a comparison
of plans that bad features are removed
and the best system attained. The
Journal may assist teachers and ad
vancethe cause of education through
out the Slate. Let it appear monthly
and let it be frank ami outspoken in
tone and liberal In sentiment, avoid
ing, cliques, rings, sectionalisms and
and one-manisms, and it will become
in fact what it is in Dame — The l*nrl/fr,
Coast Educational Jcurnat.
It is a fact—an ugly one, perhaps,
but nevertheless a fact—that the lmiii
iug table is always the last resort of
those win* have failed through all
other means to raise money.
Nations, corporations, individuals,
churches, all try gambling before siir
rende"ringftie 4 last hope for obtaining
moiuspii National and corporation
lotteries* have saved many a bank-
and a well-managed fair con
ducted by the fair has removed the
mortgages and added the spires to
hundred of debt-oppressed churches.
France is the last nation t'J which
this scheme presents itself. She is
terribly in debt. Trade is dull and
taxes are high. The suggestion has
been made to overcome this trouble
by licensing gambling, under Govern
ment control. Tlie German gambling
places are all closed. If France should
act on the suggestion she would be
filled with the sporting men and wo
men of the world, and her license rev
enue would be immense.
We hear it reported that in many
sections of the State the owners of
vineyards are digging up their vines
to make room for more profitable
crops than the grape is proving. To
dig up our vineyards is a great waste
of time, labor and money. Men have
spent years Lv growing these vines,
and so much valuable time should not
be thrown away. The greater portion
of the vines of this State produce the
wine grape, and it is the product of
this grape that the grower finds it
difficult to sell at a profit. Suppose
we try the raisin grape. It might be
grafted into the wine vine, and thus
tlie growth of years would be saved.
The raisin grape of California is
among the finest in the world, and
the raisin market is world-wide.
THE Exprem claims that its adverse
comments on tlie verdict acquitting
Fkknandkz was made on a knowledge
of the testimony. This leaves the
matter where we placed it. Twelve
men find the verdict, and the Express
brings in a minority report, in which
the jury is made to consist of apolo
gists for manslaughter.
THE JJutlrtin rehashes an article
from tlie HERALD on the Nursery and
Tree Growing Association of this city
county, and publishes it as an edito
rial, without credit. We should not
refer to this if it were not that from
the Bulletin the article will be exten
sively copied with the same Wrong
credit.
McCormick, Collector of Customs
at San Diego, wdio was arrested on a
suspicion of having robbed himself of
a considerable sum belonging to the
Government, has been examined and
discharged. The San Diego Union i*
confident of his innocence.
A SAN FRANCISCO paper says Col
lector McCORMICK is charged with
robbing the Los Angeles Custom
House! The world is a blank beyond
Meiggs' Wharf and Hunter's Point to
the majority of San Francisco editors.
The Herald is the only morning
paper published in Los Angeles that
receives its telegraphic news by tele
graph.
The Territories.
Butter is now selling in Bozeman,
Montana, at eighteen cents per pound.
Six men recently caught one thous
and good-sized trout in one day in a
Montana stream.
An exchange says Brigham Young
has been making hia will, and left his
friends from five to ten children
apiece.
Dr. Settle, of Seattle, has just re
turned from Yakima, W. T., with two
sacks of gold dust from tho Swauk
mines and elsewhere in those parts.
There are some good-sized nuggets.
Lloyd Mellon, an old miner of Trin
ity, and one of the iirst settlers of
Helena, was found dead a few days
ago in the Ophir gulch. It is sup
posed his death was caused by intem
perance and exposure.
Three prisoners recently escaped
from the Walla Walla (W. T.) jail
two half-breeds and a white man
named Fox. The half-breeds sur
rendered on sight, but Fox showed
fight, and got a load of buckshot.
The grasshoppers made a clean
sweep in Sheridan Valley, Montana,
this year. That valley is usually one
of the most fertile and prolific in tbe
Territory, but the pests have eaten
" every green thing " this- season.
Smith & White, near Walla Walla,
lately sheared their flock of thorough
bred Merino sheep, obtaining from
thirty-nine yearling bucks an average
of over fifteen pounds to the fleece.
Twenty-eight ewes averaged over four
teen pounds each.
W. W. Perkins of Walla Walla, has
perfected an invention which i* de
signed to he used on the curves of rail
roads, doing away with the vast
amount of wear and tear, and conse
quent expense attending tlie present
system.
The Sunday law has finally passed
the Walla Walla City Council, and
hereafter stores and saloons will he
required to keep closed doors on the
first day of the week. The penalty
for violating the law is a fine of not
less than $25.
A band of ewes of the Spanish Me
rino blood, near Walla Walla, belong
ing to Put. Smith, was recently
sheared, and their fleeces averaged
fourteen pounds and four ounces.
Twenty-three bucks of the same hand
sheared at the same time averaged
seventeen pounds and four ounces
each. Nearly all the buck* were
yearlings.
Latest Telegrams.
Tilton Before the Committee.
lie 'i iiiiiiiM lio 9queloltota
Boeohor.
a < • i i• i. ait• i; l> i: vi: i>.
EASTERN.
t'oiile-.slon ol n Muriier^r.
Boston, July 90. —Jciwe li. Pomen>y
has inntlo iv full confession of his iiuir
ilcr <if lvatj" CUITAD. Ho suitl Katy
CaniC to his store one morning for pa
pers. He directed her to the cellar,
Mini she Went down. He followed her
to the middle cellar, where he put his
left arm ground her neck, and with
a knife In his right hand cut tier t broat.
He then concealed the body, wished
his hands and the knife, and returned
to the store and told nobody.
Tilton itea.u ii.- Answer.
New YORK, July "JL — Tilton ap
peared before tho Beecher Investigat
ing Committee last night and read his
statement. At halfpast twelve this
morning he left Dr. Storrs' residence,
accompanied by his friend, Frank
Moulton. A score of eager reporters
gathered around Tilton as he emerged
from the residence of Dr. Stuns, and
eagerly inquired for news, He'said,
" 1 have nothing to say, except that I
have made my statement, and think
it unanswerable." In reply to a ques
tion as to whether bis statement could
be obtained, he said the committee
had agreed that nothing should be
made public as yet. He then rode
oil'with Moulton. The Committee re
fused in the most decided muiiner to
give any information whatever. They
said Mr. Tllton's statement had been
made, but that there were other wit
nesses to be heard from, and that the
time had not yet arrived to give any
thing to the public.
Fighting the Indian*.
New York, July 21. —A Galveston
News Association's special says news
has been received ut the Adjutant*
General's Headquarters that on July
18th the Kiowas, Cheyennes and (Jo
manches attacked the settlement of
Doty "Wells, Indian Territory, and
were repulsetl with a loss of thirty
eight killed and wounded. Engage*
merits with Indians are reported from
all quarters.
The liiio ii PariHr Tuki". Another
Trick.
Chicago, July St.—ln the case of
the Union Paciffe Trust Company of
New York against the Rock Island
and St. Louis Railroad, brought in the
U. S. Circuit Court to foreclose $90,000
in trust deeds against the company
and for the appointment of a Receiver,
Judge Blodgett yesterday dismissed
the bill on the ground that a sufficient
number of bondholders had not joined
in the request to tho Trustees to fore
close. As to former defaults of inter
est, the bill was prematurely filed as
to default of February, 1872.
Thirty Hodic* Found.
Niagara (Out.), July ill.—Thirty
victims of the disaster to the yacht
Foam were found this morning on the
American shore, nearly opposite here.
Wool Market.
Philadelphia, July 21.—The wool
market is active and firmer; stock
scarce. California fine and medium,
[email protected]<$5; California coarse, 25(5 ';n. •
FOREIGN.
Freufh AlTAirs.
Paris, July 10.—In the Assembly
to-day General De Cissey, Minister of
War and Vice-President*of tlie Coun
cil announced that liaron DeChabuud
la Tour had been appointed Minister
of the Interior, an M. Mathieu Roi
chet, Minister of Finance. He further
stated that the Cabinet as new organ
ized had not had sufficient time to
agree upon its policy, and moved a
postponement of Constitutional de
bate until Thursday, which was agreed
to.
The new ministerial appointments
are considered a blow to the Bonapart
ists, who are now without represent
atives in the Cabinet or Assem
bly. Next Thursday Changamier will
move for a further postponement of
the debate on tlie Constitutional bills
until January, 1875. On this question
the ministry will remain neutral, the
Left willoppose the motion; the disor
ganization of the Right is increasing.
SAN FRANCISCO.
The Tartar Uocs to Australia Troops
tor Arizona —lbe Auction .Sale or it
Wreck.
San Francisco, July 21. —It is re
ported to-day that negotiations rela
tive to the sailing of tho British
steamer Tartar have been closed, and
that she will sail for Australia, carry
ing tlie English mail, which is ex
pected to arrive to-night, with passen
gers. It is stated that she gets 525,000
for the round trip.
The wreck of the ship Warrior Queen
will be sold at auction this afternoon,
for the benefit of all concerned.
The steamer California from San
Diego has arrived.
The steamer Newborn is being fitted
up for the reception and transporta
tion to Arizona of three hundred
troops of the Eighth Infantry from
the Department of the Platte, to re
place the same number of troops now
on the way out of Arizona. The New
born will sail next Saturday.
The wreck of the Warrior Queen
was sold to-day for $780 to Chas. Halle.
A letter from Ciallani county, W. T.,
to the Courier says: " The farmers are
now getting in their hay. The soil
here is remarkably rich. One farmer
named Smalley showed me a piece of
land which had been under cultiva
tion for fourteen years, nnd now he
expects to get 100 bushels of wheat to
the acre from that piece of land. 1
walked through wheat and grass that
completely bid from view any me
dium-sized man. Strangers would do
well to come and settle in this part of
tho country. There are at present
very few real farmers. Among the
principal go-ahead men of this place
we may mention Captain McAliuond,
Mr. ISmalley and Mr. Davis. At
present McAlmond is busy with his
reaping- machine cutting his neigh
bors' hay."
The Sacramento Record of the 18th
publishes another table showing the
estimated wheat yield of 1874-7."), in
which some important errors are cor
rected. Instead of allowing 4,800,000
centals for Butte county, tlie figures
have been reduced to 480,000 centals.
In the summing up of all the counties
the total is now placed at. 19,891.800,
instead of 24,181,800 centals, as in tho
former table.
Tho people of Pencil Tree, Monterey
county, clamor for postal facilities.
Uncle Sam closed up his little shop iv
that place soma time aso.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
10.000 PEOPLE KILLED.
Fr mi smoking Im I cigars. The only way
ti p-'venf. snob, another calamity It to buy
Gh Idjmith's cigars, I hey are tho best the mar
ket produce*and will hurt no one.
I. GOLDSMITH,
Main si., adjoin log w. F. a 00.1 Express,
j u-tf-.i
DR. J. H. STRON,
("IRADTJATK OF Till. MBDICAL COL*
7 lege, al Augusta. Gs., can he found at
Room No. 9, over Hellman A Una-' siore, Los
Angeles, Cal. jyjl-tl —3
V FURNISHED ROOM TO LET, WITH
or without hoard. Inquire ai 21 Fort
street, between First and Second streets. Cars
pass the door. Joßl*M—l
PIANOS
I" p R S Ll3
In Easy Installments.
Large Discount for Cash
HALLET, DAVIS & CO S
OF BOSTON,
Are the best nnd cheapest Instruments now
iv use on this SOSSt.
Br The following parties hare purchased
them in this city, and w« refer to ibsm, with
their consent:
HON. M. MORRIS,
I>. V. WALDRON, Esq.,
BAMTJEL PRAGER, Esq.,
L. H. TITUS, Esq.,
W. F. EDGAR, Eso...
W. WILSON, Esq.,
W. WOODWORTH", Bso,,
H. C. AUSTIN, Esq.,
R. PICO, Esq.
WM. G. BADGER. San Francisco.
7 and 9 Sansome street,
BOLE AGENT OF THE PACIFIC
COAST.
I. EL COH 3V.
r r rare! Ing A.fif©«»t.
500
F Jl. >H ] Ll 20 ?•*
AHH
HELPING THEMSELVES
TO
Choice Family Groceries
• .# AT TU r.
GRANGE STORE.
Main st., bet. Second and Third,
LOS A >."<; 1-OL.IOs*.
ICrerythinn; Sold al h HliaUe
Above Cost.
ew Goods are delivered promptly to every
part of the city. J, H.SEYMOUR,
(leneral Manager.
Los Angeles, July 18, 1871. Jyl9tf—B !
EAGLE M 1 L LS.
jF*. W£BER 4b CO.
HAVING LEASED THE EAGLE MILLS
—formerly known as Steams' Mill—have
thoroughly overhauled the same, aud put iv
New Machinery,
At an expense of over 13,000, and 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.
A lame in street, above the Cily. JylJtl 5
FURNITURE FORTHE MILLION!
H. NEWBAUER,
wl» BING is r r 12 XX T.
Next door to the Hchald Office,
Has constantly on hand an extensive slock of
FURNITURE,
BEDDING AND
WINDOW-SHADES,
And everything In his lute, which will he
sold cheaper than the cheapest,
myfttf GIVE HIM A CALL. iunitr-5
WANTS-LOST-FOUND.
I" OST—ON MONDAY, EITHER IN THK
_j city or on the mad running out by the
Jewish burial ground, a pocket-hook contain
ing the tlrst naturalization papers of Fred.
Oross, and two lifty dollar greenbacks, anil
other valuable papers. Tic Under will Il
liberally rewarded by leaving the properi v at
the Hkuai.d office.
Los Angeles, July IS, 1574. Jy 1 l-tf |
WANTED— TO PURCHASE THREE or
four thousand ewes, or four to live
thousand good ewe lambs. Enquire of GIL
MACHER BROS.,Lafayette Hotel. jyi,-iu
WANTED— 2/JCO SHEEP TO KEEP ON
slum's, by a man thoroughly pasted
in the business, who'has an extensive sleep
range near Prescott, Arizona. Tlie range U
well supplied with water and feed the year
round, and experience has demonsl rated that
there is no more profitable locality lor sheep
on the Pacific slope. For particulars add res
P. It., this offlee. jy 11-| f-.l
OITI'ATION WANTED.—IIy a competent
£5 book-keeper, either steady, or lo work a
tew hours during tbe day, Thebesi of roier
enc.es given. Address, -It," this office.
JylMt
I>ARTiES WISHING TREEH PLANTED,
Fences built, or Whitewashing neatly,
promptly, cheaply done, will please address
order to P. O. IIOX 2D. jun| tf—l I
WANTED — FURNISHED ROOMS TO
let, double or slmrle, at No. 2, Beaudry
Terrace. ajy-17-'m-P MRS, B. MRUEV.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Mlol2< l:i> ¥H£ATRE,
Mnnncer Mn. Jos. Mnipnv
Treasurer f. R. HIIATTU' k
Loader ol Orchestra k vul Williams
Mr. JOB7~MURPHY
And hls great Comedy combination will ap
pear for v short season, o immenclng
Monday Evening, July 20th,.
In Irish. Dutch, Negro and Chinese
COM c :i> v.
On whlcll oerislon th • I Rowing nrMsls will
appear)
MR. JOS. MURPHY,
Mi. E. H. Marden, Miss Funny Voting,
Mr. 1,. R lniour, Miss Mollie Baj nor,
Mr. Wilkes, Miss Annie Lawrence,
Mr. Osborne. Miss Mary Ingalla,
Mr. IC. Williams, Miss Ella Turn. r.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to com
mence at 8.
Admission 50 <•!-. and al
n«rllo.\ sheet now open nt Brodrlck'l Book
store. Jyltitd
FIRE MEN'S BALL
ron rnr. ar.N kilT onum
THIRTY - EIGHTS,
On Tuesday Evening. July 28th,
AT TURN VEREIN HALL,
Committee of Arrangements:
c. E. Miles, J. Farnhart, 1.. J. Bacrlste,
O. H. Sanguinettl, J. Broson,
B. c. fruman, i>. w. Pitipatrtek,
iteccption Committee 1
B. C. Truman, O. C. Lips, C. K. Miles,
1.. .1. Jacriste, Ed. Huber,
Floor (uiiimllloe:
J. B. Sanguinettl, W. H. Green,
i>. w. Flispatrlsit, J, Farnhart
J. Kurtz, .Sidney Lucey.
TICKETS, admitting gentlemen nnd
ladies S3 OO
Jyl'id- 1
THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
CO-OPERATIVE
WAREHOUSE
ANII r
Shipping Association !
IS. D. WILSON, J. <>. DOWXKY,
President. Vice-President.
Tills COMPANY ARE NOW PREPARED
to recci\ 1 storage,or fur shipment
largo quantities of tho Agricultural und Min
eral product ions of
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
A LSO
LUMBER,
MERI i! A NDISf:,
WA li ICS,
AGRICULTURAL IiviPLEiVIENTS.
And all other supplies for consumption in the
country; all of which will be
Covered by Insurance,
unless otherwise directed.
Liberal advances will he negotiated at cur
rent rates 01 Interest.
They a c piepared at all times to store
grain ofall kinds, either in hulk or sack,free
lrom dampness and raiage.
Their extensive Whan facilities and Com
modious Warchousos warrant them in gnar
anteeing superior advantages at low rales.
NORMAN C. .lON EH,
junfi -10' Secretary and superintend' ut.
PAGE & GRAVEL,
Successors t° John Galler.
Carriage and Wagon
M a is Ijj \v< toh v.
Nob. S3, SS and 37 Imh Anodes streel,
I.os ANGELES, Cal.
MA NI FACT V RE ('AIIRrA( I bp,
Wagons and Vehicles of ull
kinds, of me BEST MATERIALS,
and on short notice.
A Complete Paint ing and Trim mlng Estab
lishment attached.
g&f-Repairlng neatly and promptly done,
na-i'rices Moderate. All work warranted.
inn Ml— .'i
L. LICHTENBERCER,
(Successor to Roeder A Lichtenhergcr),
jyjANFFACTURER OF
Wagons. Buggies, Carriages, Etc.
113, 11.1 and 117 Main street, Los Angeles,
Very respectfully solicits the patronage of
the public v. his line of business. Ali ve
hicles built of the BEST MATERIAL, An
extensive
BLAOKMMITH SHOP
Is connected with the establishment, where
all kinds of Blacksmlthing wiil he dove lo
order.
nicr'-virsiisxi
Done wllh dispatch, and with a view of giving
satisfaction to patrol.3.
A. 11 "Work Warranted
lU>7-tf lp— 2\l
NOTICE
To tlie Stockholders of the Co-opera
, live Nursery nnd fruit Company of
i.os Angeles County.
■XT-OU ABE llErTmiy NOTIFIED THAT
i. at a meetiug of tin- Hoard of Directors of
said Company, held at the Secretary's ollice
on Wednesday, July 1, 1874, the first payment
of one dollar per share on the subscribed cap
ital stock ofthe Company was called in, to lie
paid lo Ihe Secretary at his office, No. ll,Tem
pi" Block, within thirty days from the dale of
notice to be given hy the President and Sec
retary. It was also ordered that any sub
scriber to Ihe stock of the ('ompany falling to
make such payment wit h in thirty days should
forfeit his or her subscription to the stock, and
that such forfeited slock should heagalnplaced
on the market. Under this action, all stock
must he taken hy the 3d day of August, nt IJ
M., IST I, or he toileted lo Ihe Company. The
Secretary is now ready to issue certificates of
stock.
Los Angeles, July 1874.
Tiios. A. GAREY, President,
L. M. Hoi.t, Secretary. Jy3 td—s
S. D. McLennon,
itf.w.icu in
PROVISIONS,
Oitrsti-s. mid Tohacco,
New COMMERCIAL STREET, adjoining
i'oinniereiai Restaurant.
deed*eheap fer cask. I ii iis if— i
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
M M* II . (J OIII\ ,
JTJST RECEIVED A MKE ASSORTMENT OF
HAIR, HAIR IUtAIDS.
Ladies' and Childrens' Underwear and Fancy Millinery Goods.
Olojllct-4 S1IJ«1 B >!'< v r-i
MADE TO ORDER AT THE LOWEST PRICE AND IN Till. LATEST
S I'YLE. WARRANTED TO PLEASE.
jyl] Mra. 11. COMN Cor. Nprlns; nml Tempi** Mn ll ■>
' WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL
(FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.),
REQUENA STREET, OPFOSITE TJ. S. HOTEL,
IN
Oils,
"Vaniisliew,
BnishoM. ?ih<l
Looking-glass Plates. Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldincs of all Styles and Sizes.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES
i
A(!KXTS F"OU THIS
California Chemical Paint Company.
LIBIiUEIAX* IKpTJCKMJEIVTS OFFERED
— TO — in jo 8m is
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
C JD ( ) ZLST HOTEL,
Alii in !*=»< i'«*c*l , 1..0 M A n je»-«"l«'s*.
A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
TII X «L lOKl'l TV < J A I» RT M i; rsi 1 fs
Are large and well atel In the best possible condition.
THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET.
No expense will be spared 'o make Ihe Hotel equal to any "ti the C >asl. n26-t *
Cheaper Uisim tlio Cneapent!
J. D. GUERRERO,
t'omer of Piaza, above the Catholic Church, wishes t.. inform the public in
in general that ho will sell from this date hi- entire stock or
DRY GOODS,
Clothing*. DootM* Sho<>s, Hals* unci I'jint-y (ioo^U
AT SAN' PIiANCISCO COST, POSITIVKLV.
Not having the required room in my establishment (<» keep a mixed assort
ment, as heretofore, I will sell my entire stock of Crockery, Glass anil Hard
ware, Groceries, Liquors and Cigars, at reduced prices, in order to make room
for a Summer stock of Goods B~i>" Everything will lie sold at San Franeisi •
cost—but positively for cash. J. D. GUERRERO,
jylotf-o for. Plaza, T. P. Campbell's.old stand, Los Angeles, Cal.
CLOSING 001 SALE fl
A T
TH E CAPITOL
! OF
SUMMER <;OOl>.**
j At ihe lowest rates in the present market to
make room for an extenslvi stock of
i Fall and Winter Goods
soon to arrive di reel from New York, which
we will also offer to Ihe public at very reason
able rates, wholesale and retail.
I> I«,Y <Jr O <> I > 5*4,
j FANCY GOODS,
Gents' Furnishing Goods
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS'
CLOTHING,
MADE DP IX THE LATEST STYLE,
ALSO
O .A. Ii Er V JS
And Oil-CJLoll*«.
i
of At,t, descriptions,

Whlo'j will be offered to ihe public st I
Lower Rates than the Lowest,
The public are cordially Invited to nlieiid and (
examine our Immense mock '
—A T —
THE CAPITOL,!
i
Naariy Opposite the Postofflce
If. BDWAHTX. M. ROFF. I
ui>2! lltil—;2t»;' 4
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT -
Porry, Woodworth & Co.'s
LUMBEIt
— AND
PLANING MILLS, (
No. ia 4'ominerelal street, near Itall
road »e.Mir. mr'.V-tf—.
F -4L I* M E3 T* «
OBSERVE THE
CALIFORNIA HARROW
MANUFACTURED HY
| Kimball Manufacturing Co.,
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
rriHia harrow offers great iv
-1 ducements to the far-raer over all others.
The faculty With which it can be conducted
lrom one to another Held; the savins; Of labor
over the old method Of walking alter; the way
ii can be regulated, to work deep or shallow;
its adaptability to irregular surfaoe of tbe soil;
the division Of teeth, Whereby space is divided
by ■>'~ inches, thus working over the surface;
with the thorough material and workman
ship, render it next to pel fl el.
Tillers of the soil, one and till, will please
enU and see tor themselves. Orders made in
advance will lessen the cost. The delivery
will lie made to meet the wishes of »UD K Crl6"
ers. For nny further information, apply to
the undersigned.
Tll JO
EAGLE HAY PRESS
KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO.
Solo Proprietors of California,
The cheapest, quickest, most satisfactory
I lay Press extent, only five to eight seconds
required to press ihe hay. Kequires no sink
in;.'. Set 'em level .md go ahead.
Oven I've hundred of these presses are in
H li "Oust. They give complete satis,
fucuuii. I'hree men, with a pair of horses
press easily
80 TO 100 BALES DAILY.
Every farmer should have one, and bale
hay, when lime serves best
TIME IS MOKET.
— Ari't.v to —
Agent for the Company,
Stoddard's, No. 78 Main St.
Hoiriiiuu mill Bl ii Non HI tor
Roscndale Cement
In lot* of ."ji barrels (Thd upwards, for sale.
Jnn9 —12
.f. «T. REYAOLD'S
PIONEER HACK LINE.
( l.\i,i;nhjn HOTEL.
Ooatracts tor iimks. iinrouche*, Oartiagre.
conehes.eie. tor Weddings, Picnics, Bolls and
Funerals. None but i archil drivers em
ployed. Jlvllf—2

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