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SATURDAY AUGUST I, IST*. Boys. Newspaper*and ministers are study ing the hoodlum problem, and offering suggestions a« to tho best method far preventing boys from developing into coarse, brutal rowdies. The boo Hums already made we cannot unmake. They are ours and we must bear with them until the grave or San Qucntin's walls hide them from onr sight:. They have grown up in idleness and the vice that always comes with idleness, and we cannot save them now. They are past redemption, and stand forth living evidences of the falsity of the statement that "while the lamp holds out to burn, the vilest sinner may re turn." A Baa Francisco hood lum of five years standing can no more become a good boy and a respectable citizen than a sprat can swallow a whale. We may, however, profit by the lesson these boys are teaching us. The California boy is no worse, naturally, than the boy of any other State. Circumstances make our boy bad. He has grown up with idle hands and an unemployed head. Our boys have not been kept at work. In pUce of learning trades they learned jn schief and developed IritO hoodlums. For this the parents are in the main to blame, though not altogether so. This has been a hard country on boys. It has furnished them with abundant in ducement to become worthless and but slight opportunities to work. The Chinaman has crowded the boy out of employment. The light labor that should be performed by boys and the performance of which would keep them out of mischief, is monopolized by the Chinese. Parents do not exer cise as much control over their boys as they should nor do they compel them to work as steadily as they might, yet what with Coolie labor and many other causes, the work for tho boys is not to be had. Tra les Unions refuse to permit employers but a limited number of apprentices, and this is an other cutting off of the bo3*s'chance to work. If people will find something for the boys to do—something that will occupy all their spare time out of school—they will take a most effec tive step toward weakening the hood lum element of our towns aud cities. The Grange and the Independents. The self-styled leading organs of the Independent party, the San Francisco Call aud Bulletin, are hard at work on the task of writing the Orauge into the so-called Independent party. If the Grander can be persuaded that he is to vote as the San Francisco "Independent" clique dictates, it will be all plain sailing for the managers of the papers named, and tbey can select the State officers at tbe next election. The plan, however, will hardly succeed. The farmer is not quite so verdant as these office hunt ers flatter themselves he is. The Grange is not to be duped with a name. In answer to an article in the Call, in which an attempt is made to convince the farmer that he is a mem ber of the Independent party, the California Granger says: "But the idea of identifying tbe order with the party need not be entertained for one moment. There are men coming for ward in the Independent party whom the Grange wouldn't trust " as far as they could throw a full-grown sheep," to use an agricultural expression. They are known to have been mere place hunters in all parties during the years past, and they are blatant Inde pendents for what profit there is in it —nothing more. The Grangers will not support any such under any guise." The Daily Theme. The Express of this city somewhat severely comments on the principals in the Beecher-Tilion scandal, and seems inclined to attach a great deal of blame to Mr. Beecher. We are not disposed to condemn a man, and especially such a man a3 the Plymouth Church pastor, in advance of the evi dence; and there are doubtless many who will regard the strictures of the Express ill-timed and uncalled-for; but this fact must be kept in view: whatever of an unfriendly nature may be said of Mr. Beecher now and hereafter, he himself calls forth. His friends and the public generally have thought, and they were justified iuso thinking,, that he would at least say something in extenuation of himself —something that would strengthen the oft-repeated conriJence in his in nocence—but he has remained silent. He has assumed that tho charges of Tilton did not require his attention beyond the general denial of criminal act. This may satisfy his intimate friends and those who will maintain his Innocence until he is proven guilty, but with the great majority of those who inhabit this world the un dented charge Is accepted as an ad mission of guilt. If, as we hope, Mr. Beecher is innocent of the act as charged by Tilton, he should say so at once and in language so emphatic that there could be no possibility of a mistake or misunderstanding. A Convincing Argument. The small farm theory is beginning to And advocates among a number of the large land-owners of this valley. It is not worth while to tell a man what an amount of good lie may do his fellow-beings by acting thus and ao. Us will not soe it; but whan you demonstrate that one-half of a grant sold off in smnll farms will make the remaining half worth more than the whole, you uso an argument which the owner of the land will see at once, and only needs a little more proof to Induce his immediate action thereon. So long as our grant owners could not readily see where their individual profit came in all the pretty talk about bow they could become public bene factors by selling off their land, went for nothing. They did not care to dis pose of their lands. They were not fond of neighbors. Large herds of sheep were good enough for them. Of late It has been discovered that the cultivation of the alternate quarter sections of a five-league grant en hances the value of the Intermediate quarter-sections about fivefold. The discovery has already broken up a number of large tracts of land in this valley, and, we predict, men will con tinue to act upon it until there cannot be found a flve-mile-square of good laud uncultivated in Los Nngeles Valley. State School Fund. The following figures, from the of fice of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, shows the semi-annual distribution of the State school money. The total number of census children between five and seventeen years of age, entitled to receive school money, is 150,717; amount, sixty-five cents per child. It will be seen that Los An geles county stands fourth and Los Angeles cit}' fifth in the number of children: No. of Census Children. Amount. Alameda 8,220 $ 5,313 00 Alpine 97 63 05 Amador 2,25)7 1,413 05 Butte 3 1.5 2,031 H0 Calaveras 2,300 1,190 00 Colusa „ 2,041 1,326 65 Contra Costa 2,851 1,868 15 Del Norte 419 272 35 El Dorado 2,443 EMI 20 Fresno 1.446 744 80 Oumbidu 2,4e2 1,561 30 Inyo 319 107 35 Kern 7.>9 191 35 Xl i math 291 189 18 Lake 1,214 789 10 baoseu 661 410 95 LosAngtles 7,124 4,6 O 00 Marin I,< 3d 1,063 40 8 >0 578 50 M< ndocmo. 2,«4s 1,7.1 20 Merred 1,182 768 ■*> Modoe 968 620 TO Mono 101 07 60 Monterey 2 861 1 859 65 Napa 2 59 1,6 9 3i Nevada 4,532 2,«45 80 Placer 2,4JH 1,576 '0 Plumas 792 514 So Sacramento 61 4 3,9H0 oo san Benito 1,33 ) 87.) 3i S.in Bernardino 1.825 1,186 25 Baa Diego 1,72s 1,128 io Sar. Francisco Z%t}'.<3 21.760 IS san Joaquin 5,005 3,305 25 San Luis Obispo 1.543 1.1W7 95 San Mateo 2,115 1,374 75 Santa Barhaia 1,9 8 1.246 70 Santa Clara $,724 5 0 0 r,o Santa Cruz 8,008 1,955 20 suasta 1,4:3 957 41 sierra : Loot 7eJ 15 Siskiyou 1.517 1,0.18 05 Solano 4 41) 2.879 6t Sonoma 6,526 4,241 00 Stanislaus 1.835 1,192 75 Sutter. 1,47S 9.0 70 Tehama 1,.,81 897 6> Trinity 598 387 40 Tulare 2,177 1,415 0". Tuolumne 1,045 1,-61 25 Ventura 1,0-6 66i 9 1 Yolo 2.404 1.50 : 60 Yuba 2.61 1.690 9> Totals „ 159,719 8103,816 05 ARIZONA. IZlulnsr Intelligence Rich Strike In Mm er Mountain District—Prospect, luff Expedition*—«.old Discovery. Tucson, August 5. — A very rich strike has been made in the Young American mine in Silver Mountain District, about forty-five miles west of Tucson. This mine was originally a copper lode, but at the depth of forty five feet it turned to rich silver ore, which will average $2 to S3 per pound. They have not struck wall rock as yet, but are sinking the shaft in a solid'bed of ore. Messrs. Bartlett. Hewett, Gardner and Eldred leave this morning for San ta Rita valley on a prospecting tour. Governor SafTord and Messrs. Dunne, Hopkins, Brown and Pearce leave for theOro Blanco mines to-day with a supply of provisions, tools and quick silver. The last returns from a partial clean up at one of these mines were so satisfactory that the parties inter ested are determined to push things. George Hoag of Tucson returned from a prospecting tour on Monday. He discovered a very rich gold ledge some sixty miles south of this place, near the Oro Blanco mines. He brought in a few hundred pounds of the oro, and every piece yields large prospects. Fine gold is visible in about half of it. The ledge is twelve feet wide and prospects well for 1,000 yards. Pkescott, Augusts.—ACampGrant dispatch says that on the Ist a small party of Indians ran off s<>me cattle, and were pursued by a scouting party under Sergeant Jas. H. Turpin, of Co. L, Fifth Cavalry, who overhauled them and recovered all the stock and cap tured most of the Apaches, after a march of 145 miles. Sergeant Turpin is making a good record. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. ON THK SEVENTH OF AUGUST ONE bay mare with saddle and bridle, si rayed upon my place. Ihe owner may call and re ceive the same by paying damages and cost of advertising. U* An? Dos, August 7th, 1874. aB-10t* Masonic Notice. THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF Angel-s Lodge. No. 12, F. A A. M., are hereby nt nod to attend a special meeting 'hereof, this Saturday evening, August 7lh, at 7> a p. M. All Master Masons In good stand ing, and Pentalpha Lodge No. 202, are cordi ally invited. By order < a as. smith. Sec. S. C. FOY, AY. M. MONEY TO LOAN". la idmi of from $1,000 to 110,000. Apply la P. BKAUrOVT. WANTS—LOST-FOUND. LOST -BETWEEN HUNTERS' RANCH about three miles above Lo* Angeles city and the Ten-mile House, on the Kan Diego telegraph road, a black coat with a deed to a wuer-dltch In the pocket. Five dollars reward will be paid to tbe person leaving said coal aud contents with H. Newuaark A Co., Los Angeles. M. A. PETERS. a«-3t LOST—ABOUT THK MIDDLE OF .lULY, either in ix>a Angeles or vicinity, a memorandum pocket-book.contulnlne a bond of Northern Pacific Railroad for 3100, and other papers and memoranda. The finder wlllreclvea iiiitable ieward by leaving the aam« at this office. W C M au2 lm—3 ' ,' WANTED.— AN ENGINEER CAPABLE of doing machine work, to run the en glue at V. Beaudry's smelling works, cerro Ooido Invo county. Apply on the premaea. None but a flrat-ciaas mechanic need ai>dy atf-tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I 0.000 Customers a Day Wanted, to buy tbe finest brands of Im ported and Domestic Cigars, Clgarlttos, To baccos, Pipes, etc. The la'est weekly plcto rlal papers always on hand at L GOLDSMITH, Main St., adjoining W. F. & Co.'s Express. aB-lw FOR SALE] 1 ( \C\ ACRES FIRST-CLASS L AND UN IVU der Impnivemcnt, near Compton. Over 52,0n0 worth of Improvements on the land. All enclosed. Offered for sale to pay off a mortgage. Title perfect. Apply to W. R. Malcolm on the prein He«, or O. W. Moi gan, Agent, No. 4 Temple Block. a7-lm—2 DR. WM. HAZELTINE, SURGEON DENTIST, OFFICE ON MAIN ST., DOWNEY BLOCK, (Room No. X) LOS ANGELES, CAL, HAVING HAD UPWARDS OF TWENTY five years experience and practice In New England, has opened an office as above for the continued practice of his profession In Los Angeles, and hopes by an honorable and skillful practice to merit a share in the pui. lie confidence. Dr. 11. comos prepared to per form all operations in dentistry iv a substan tial and satisfactory manner. Teeth Inserted in every style ofthe art, of acknowledged utility among the profession. Unsolicited letters ol recommendation from former patrons In the East, are open for Inspection. aslw,ia-.v-lw UNION STABLES, MAIN ST.. NEAR PICO HOUSE. ASKIN & HEWITT, PROPRIETORS. THIS FIRST-CLASS lishment being complete In all Its branches, Is ready to accommodate the public in the best manner. The capacity of this stable is'greater than that of any other in Southern California. Horses and Butrgies and Carriages, with careful driveis, to let by the day or eek. Horses boarded and groomed by the Day, Week or Month. Respectfully solicit a share of public pat ron ige, pledging in return attention to busi ness and a determination to satisfy th™lr cus tomers. astf-2m HOME SEWINC MACHINES LATEST,BEST AND CHEAPEST THE OF MECHANISM The Lightest Ruining, Fastest Sewing, Most Simple, Csmpact and Durable Shuttle Machine In the World. IT HAS ALL THE LATEST IM provements and sews finest materia! and heavy leather. Also the HOUSEHOLD GEM Home Shuttle Sewing Machine—Price It it). Every Mac line warranted per'ect.and kept In good running order Five Years FREE. Lessons given till each purchaser is a per fect operator, FREE. Agent al-o for the most pop ilar Pianos Or gans, Music, etc. Sells on easy installments. Cull and examine, at rooms, 137 Main St. augU:f S. MERRILL, Agent, SEASIDE HOTEL HO! FOR THE BREAKERS ! Steadman & Wolf DAVE OPENED A SUMMER HOTEL 1 RESTAURANT AT SANTA MOM C A. VISITORS AND CA MPERS CAN OBTAIN meals, which will be served In the very best Rtyle,thus avoiding the trouble aud an noyance of out-door cooking and camp-fires. A large tent has been erected, where parties can have the best of LODGINGS, and enjoy the novelty of seaside camp life during the sultry wea'her, with all the comforts of a homt. Cbnrjrea Reasonable. [jyfttf—s 500 FAMILIES ARE HELPING* THEMSELVES TO Choice Family Groceries AT THE GRANGE STORE, Main st., bet. Second and Third, LOS ANGia£B. Everything Sold at n Shade Above Coat. KW Goods are delivered promptly to every part or the city. J. 11. SEYMOUR, General Manager. Los Angeles, July 18,1871. Jyl9lf-6 SOMETHING NEW. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP pointed sole agent for the sale of the celebrated Barnett's Zinc and Platina Pens. These Pens are now used almost universally; they are warranted non-corrosive. Price $260 per gross. Samples gratis. JyH lm« HAM. HELLMAN. MRS. HUGHES. Lnclie**' Ilnii- Drosslnff OF ALL KINDS. CURLING, CRIMPING and !• rising. Any order will be filled in twenty-four hours. Kntire satisfaction guar anteed: otherwise, no pay asked. Wig mak ing at the shortest notice. 109 Main street, Los Angeles. j y -.>9 tf_3 J. H. BLAND, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW & REAL ESTATE AGENT—Room 4l,at head of stairs by Poo-office, Los Ange es, Cal Land bought and sold in town and county. Prompt attention paid lo collections and all business entrusted lo tils care. aug« tf NOTICE TO_THE PUBLIC. THOSE WHO HAVE PLEDGES IN THE pawn at Ihe California Loan A Pawn brokers office, will call and redeem them. If they do not In a f«w days, the articles will be sold at public auction at my store. Jvitt-Im—a E. GREENBACM. NOTICE TO PATRONS. THE FOURTH REGULAR MEET- Ing ofthe L. A. and tf. B. Dwtrlct Coun cil will be held in ANAHEIM on Tuesduy, the lllb day of August, at :0 o'clock A. .«. . _ . THOS. A. GAREY, W. M. J. r. Marquis, Kac'y. jy.iO td— i PARTIES WISHING TREES PLANTED, Fences built, or Whitewashing neatly, promptly, cheaply done, wUI please address order to P. 0. BOX 211. Jung tf—l NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MIJICED THEATRE. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST BTH. IMMENSE SUCCESS OP Mr. CHAS. VIVIAN AND HIS ■ PARLOR CONCERT COMPANY! POSITIVELY LAST APPEARANCE Of this Celebrated Artist. AN ENTIRE Change of Programme. Admission $1 OO Cjriillery GO tjliilclrru 1 I:ri i Price No extra charge for reserved seals. Hox sheet at Br idrick's bo >k Store on day ot per o inane from Is a.m. io 4p. M. Performanc i to commence at 1 o'clock, agltf—t A. F. BAILEY, Busine s Manager. Assessment Notice. GRANOE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY or Los anßeieM_Loo..tion of principal place of business: Los Angeles, California. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Dhectors held iv this city on th i 81st day of July, 1874, an Assessment (No. lj of FIVT. DOLLARS PEit SHARE Was 1 vied upon the Capital Stock ot said Company, payable im mediately, iv United States gold coin, to the Secretary.at the office of the Company, No. 41 Temple block, lx)s Angele*, California. Any stock upon which this Assessment shall re main unpuid on the Ist day of September, 1874, will be declared delinquent, an I advertised for sale at public aucnon, und, unless pay ment is made before, will be so d on the 16th day of September, 1874. To pay delinquent as-essment, together with cost ot advertising ami expense of sale. By order ofthu Hoard. L. M. HOLT, Secretary. Office: No. 41 Temple Block, Los Angjles, California. Dated July 31,1874. ausltd—lo FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LOS ANGELES. AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Directors of the Farmers'and Merchants' bank of Los Angeles held at their oillce on the 18th inst., the following resolution was passed: Resolved, That Assessment No. 4, ofSoO per share, be and the same Is hereby this day levied upon the capital stock ofthe Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, payable in U. S. gold coin, immediately to the Cashier of said Bank, at th 'ir oflice on Main street, Los Angeles. All stock upon which said as sessment is remaining unpaid on the first day ofSepienber, shall be declared delinquent, and sold to pay said assessment, together with cost of advertising, on the Jith day of Septem ber, 1874, at the ottiee ofsaid Bank, at the hour of 10 A. v. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, Cashier. Los Angelei, July 20, 1574. JlySO.f— 5 STOCK FOR SALE. THE CASTAC WATER DITCH AND PLACER MINING COMPANY. Capital Stock of this Company 9-0,000 DIVIDED INTO 5,000 SHARES. TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED Shares of thil Stock has been set apart for working capital, one thousand of which ..re now to be sold for cash. The Charter, By-Laws and Stock Books can be seen at the Los Angeles County Savings bank, by calling on J. M. Elliott It. M. WILLI \ MS, ftul tf— President. NOTICE. Los Angeles, August 3, 1874. AT TnF REGULAR MEETING OF THE Los Angeles Fire Company—the 39 s hel i this evening, the following resolution was nn iniinoustyearried.andordered printed in the Evening Express, Daily Star and Ljl Cronica, for one week: Resolved, That we re'urn our sincere thanks to the proprietors of the Evening Express, Daily Afar, Daily Herald and La Cronica. tor their liberality lv not c.iaiging this com pany anything for advertising the circus ben efit f>r the 38*. By order of the Company. al-lw SIDNEY LACEY, Sec. ORANGE GROVE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 31. I. 0. 0. F. OFFICERS AND MEMBERS PLEASE take notice that a special meeting of the above-named Encampment is hereby called for TUESDAY EVENING, August 4. 1874, u< which officers elect for ihe ensuing term will be duly installed, an 1 other business oi Importance transacted. A full attendance h> requested. By order of A. W. HUTTON, C. P. Albert J. Johnston - , Scribe. u4 It—l>4 J WANT TO PURCHASE THIS SEASON 100,000 GALLONS OF OLIVES For manufacture intoollveoll at my Refinery at San Fernando. All parlies ralsi ig oliv s are requested to call ou me, oron A. CUYAS, at the Metropolitan Saloon. Highest market price paid. aug4-lm— 1% R CARRERAS. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING ESTABLISH VIE NT. CAROLINE C. BURTON. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL styles. Braids, Cv Is and Waterfalls made at the shortest notice. hair straightened una ma le into any sh tpe. Per fumes of ihe lines,, quality ou h md and tor sale. No. U Spring streei, Los Angeles, Cal. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Assessment Roll ofthe City of Los An gt>| s, tor tbe ttsc.il year of 1871 and 187 a, lias been deposited in the Mayor's otllee, tor the Inspection of all parties interested, and that on next Saturday, August BLh, 1874, the Com mon Council oi the City of Los Angeles will meet as a board of Equalization, to equal ue said assessment. auglt.l M. KREMER, Cily Clerk. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREbY GIVEN THAT Bids will ba received by the Common Council at its session of August nth, ls7l, foi the purch tse ofthe old flume of /aula No. 5, lying on the premlscß of Messrs. O. W. Child* and E. F. DeCells. augl ft M. KREMER, City Clerk. St. Vincent's College, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. Studies will be Resumed ON MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1874. augl PURE BLOODED POULTRY Eggs For Sale t LIOHT BRAIIMAS S3 PKE b"Z. WHITE LEGHORNS S3 " " From sto ;k of the purest breed. The White Leghorn* are tbe beet layers ku.wn. Apply w» P. a Bex I*7. Brag-Lav—* NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PIANOS OI? iAL E In Easy Installments. Large Discount for Cash HALLET, DAVIS & CO S OF BOSTON, Are tbe best and cheapest lnslru:n*nts now hi vie on this Coast. *jT The following parties h:<ve purchased them In this city, and we refer to them, with their consent: HON*. M. MORRIS, D. V. WALRRON, Esq., SAMUEL PRAGER, Esq., L. 11. 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 undo Ban tome street, SOLE AGENT OF THE PACIFIC COAST. I. 13. COHA, Trnvcling Agent. THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA" CO-OPERATIVE WAREHOUSE AND Shipping Association ! B. I». WILSON, J. «. DOWNEY. President. Vice-President. THIS COMPANY arf. NOW PREPARED to receive on storage, or for shipment la'ge quantifies of the Agricultural and Min eral productions of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. ALSO LUMBER, MERCHANDISE, WARES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And all other supplies for consumption in the country; ull of wniub will he Covered by Insurance, unless otherwise directed. Liberal advances will be nrgotluted at cur rent rales ol interest. They a c piepared at all times to store grain of all kinds, either in hulk or .aek, free from dampness. Their extensive Wharf facilities and Cotn modioHs Warehouses warrant them in guar anteeing superior advantages at low rates, NORM VN C. JON ES, JunG—lo .Secretary and Superintendent. FURNITURE FORTHE MILLION! H. NEVVBAUER, S IP li lIVC9 STKE ET, Next door to the Rkbald Office, Has constantly on band an extensive itoek of FURNITURE, BEDDING AND WINDOW-SHADES, And everything In his line, which will be -old cheaper than the cheapest. myStf GIVE HIM A CALL. lunltf—3 PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY. S. C. FOY Proorletor. ESTABLISHED IN 1854. Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re tall dealer in all kinas of saddlery and Har ness. The best hrands of Saddle, Harness and Leather, always on hand and lor sale ai wholesale nud retail. rSIo. 17 Lo« Angeles Htreeet, LOS ANOELES, CAL. nol.Vtf—o SEALED PROPOSALS. Clerk's Office, Boaud of Supervisors, 1 Los Angeles, Statu of California. f IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ORDER ot said Boaid, notice Is hcrehy g yen that sealed proposals will be received at this office, until Monday, August 17ih, 1874, at 10 o'clock a. m , the time flxt-d for opening the same, to batld a road through the san FranciMpilio Callou. spec ilo.ttlous on file in the Clerk's office. The llourd reservos the right to ,eject any or all bids, as the public good may re quire. Proposals to be directed to said Hoard md Indorsed "Proposals for bu ldlng road through the San Francisqulto Cuflon." A. W. POTTs*, Clerk. Lea Angeles, July UU, MLjmj Jyl2-td NIISCELLANECwd ABVKRI :r.::«iEKTs. WITTELSHOEFER~& RAPHAE (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, _OP_FOSITE IT. S. HOTEL Paints, Oil«, "VcLxnaieilieM, X3i*ualie«. ninl Looking-glass Plates. Walnut, Rosewood cru3 Gilt Moi I lines of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES California Chemical Paint Company. LIBERAL XIVI>XTCIfI»IjE!WTfiI OT\a<'l<:il*:i> TO myCSui ig PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. CLA IB IN" ID O jIST IitOTHXa, Main Stt*oot, Low -VujjoleH. A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. THE SLEEI'IN « jV fAItTJIE N IT S3 Am largo and well Ventilated, and In the beet possible eonditioa. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. Xo expense will be spared 'o make the Hotel equal to nr.y «n the Coast. :iSC-t' i Cheaper tHa.ii tlie ClioapeNt! J. D. GUERRERO, Corner of Plaza, above tbe Catholic Church, wishes to inform tho nubile ia in general that lie will sell from tbis date his entire stock or DRY GOODS. Olotliing,-, BootM, &>>1»ooh, llntes nutl Groocls AT SAN* FRANCISCO OUST, POSITIVELY. Not having* the required room in my establishment to keep n mixed assort ment, as heretofore, I will sell my entire stock" of Crockery, Glass and Hard ware, Groceries, Liquors and Cigars, at reduced prices, in order to make rooi for a Hummer tstock of Goods fSf Everything will be sold at Han Francisi < cost—but positively for cash. J. I). GUERRERO, jy lotl-o Cor. Plaza, T. P. Campbell's old stand, Los Angeles, Cal, CLOSING OUT SALE! — AT THE CAPITOL OF GOODS At the lowest rates in the present market to j make room for an extent! ye stock or" Fall and Winter Goods Soon to arrive direct from New York, which we will also offer 10 ihe public at very reason able rates, wholesale and retail. J> RY OOOT> &, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING, Gents' Furnishing Goods HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, YOUTHS', BOYS & CKILDRENS' CLOTHING, WADS HP IN THE LATEST STYLE. O _A- It J? JE3 T S3 And Oil-Cloilic. OF AM. DXSCBIFTIONS, Whlc'i will u# offered to the public at Lower Rates than the Lowest, The public aye cordially invited to attend and examine oar immense itoek — AT — THE CAPITOL, BPBIxa , x , Nearly Opposite the PontofTlco M. EDWAKOS. M. IIOFP. a t)2l Bm—3o^ JT. J. KEYNOLD'S PIONEER HACK LINE. CLAUILMHJN HOTEL. Contract* for iinrkK. Kareoebee, Carriages, Cnaehe->,etc., for Weddings, Plcnloa, Dallsand j KuneralM. None but cartful drivers em- : pl yed. Jlyetf-4 LUMBER AT REDUCED PRiCESj -it- Perry, Woodworth &. Co.'s LUMBER YARDS -iXD PLANING MILLS, le i°*nimarelnl t-Srcel, near Kail* road t. nar.O-tf-g PAGE & GRAVEL, Saeoeatara te Jehu Oeller. Carriage and VVccrc:. I I Ac». S3, s* an:: 17 i.ci alreet, LOU ANUKLKS, Cal, Vf ANUFACTURK. CARKIACi. A 'A- Wagons and Vehicles of all <-.'>'* kinds, ol the likM MA'IKIUAjUJ, SgL&fe? and on abort notice. A Complete Minting and Trimming Eatab- SWltepalring neatly, and promptly done. naVPricea Moderate. All work warranted. '.. lanT-tl—o Everybody Knows —THAT—. MENDEL MEYER ' X" fcE f Pa iHB Mu » r WM* STOCK i DR\ GOODS, CLOTHING, FANCY NOTIONS, and FURNISHING GOODS, I Which he M ils at the bottom prices. .Mr. 1 Meyer has just returned from is»u Francisco, where he h.,s puichiised his SECOND STOCK Of Summer Goods for this season. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. MENDEL MEYER, Corner Los Angelea and Commercial Sts. Jy.tif-5 THE MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. L,. AI. HOLT, Secretary, So. 41 Tcitiple Rlock L»< AngyatM, rpHls ASSOCIATION Isi UK.-iiaNEl* -v .JL p-i.v the aula of $0,000 to the f miily or nominee of deceased nun hers. Ita membership ta now rapidly filing up. The expense to each member is ligbi—the cost being about one-third thai charged by tbe old-style Lit'u insurance Coinpautes. qpiaO Mutual Aid, A paper di vided to the Interests of the Ass,:, elation Will he sent to anyone applying to tho ewcwian ■ A gond, live agent Is wanted in every neigh* bo hood in (Southern Calilbrnlu, to oauvaai lor members. For further porCculara Inquire of the 3ec:e tary c. ' . ,-erKon (X by letter, nr of i.Ku. A. ArtMHTKONO, JyU Traveling Agent. Log Aiuteleg. .inly 1,',. ikv-i. L. LICHTENBERCER, (Buceeasor to Boeder A Lrehtenberger), \TANUFAOTUE ER OF Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc. 113, 113 and 117 Main slreel, Loa An;'le«, Very respectfully solicit* the patronage of the public ir his line of bnslnes*. All ve hicles built of tho BEST MATEHIAL. Aa extensive HLACKSMITII HHOT in eounected arith the establishment, where all kind* of lilaekaiuitbing will be noun to order. Done with" dlepaioh, and wiih a vi* w tf giving ■n'isiactlon to patrOLX y\-ll Work VVfti'rniilf d l|i.7.|f I j PUBLIC K OTICeT CONSUMERS OK WATCH OK Til t. LOS Antel \s City Water Company, rcilding bustoi Hill, New High and Caste far atreeta, will please lake NOTICE, That they will only he rIV wed the Use, f water for pardon, between the hours ii 7 and 9a. m., and 1 and (i r. M., i n end alter :Ins dan. Any Violation of Ins rule,which >vill he i.tia-ily enioi id, will he met by cutting off the water. Kortrlll auj oouaumei be allowed to furnish w:iier tor i uilUing pur posaa without lauvui.l the Superintendent. l'luuibt is w 11 puaa'i tike uotice tin t they vriil not be Mlotfed to plant bafh>tuba oi watei-cloaeta lawny prciuia.a without fljn uotiiyjug sho*UJviUi;vudt fit, c. r. milt >s, Buptrlnli nceut. l.Mi?»ataa,3Ji.» t,U-<- ujyTn—g