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TUESDAY AUGUST 11, 1574. Mr. Dana C. Pearson is no longer connected with the Daily and Week ly Herald. All letters and commu nications should be addressed to J M. Bassett, Editor-in-Chief. City Sewerage—Health. The following extracts from the let ter of our Health Officer, Dr. >•!■ -X RS, are worthy of eoi .ideration: Ist. In the absenc* of efflcienl sew-rage (which, by the way, the city eilthorltles are now endeavoring to pro' Id teni of privies and domestic drainage In gen eral amounts to nothing less than a nuisance of the most dangerous character. The seeth ing masses of human corruption and tilth found In a large majority of old vaults speak in tones of thunder, demanding Of at to bury, cremate or ahate in some manner the foul collections forthe sake of all the people—not only forthe poor tenant mdthe Innocent and helpless child, but tho wealthy landlord, who. though in many cuscs removed some blocks away foul his property, Is often the victim of the poison sent toward high heaven from his own property. The people of this city know that these facts exist. They may as well 14 face the music at oner, and assist the officer in correcting the evil. Let every neighbor inform upon every other neighbor, who does not comply with this ordinance, until this deso lating stench is removed from the city. Do this or your iow-land prop erty goes down md the hilHand goes up in value. New-comers seeking lots upon which to build their family residences will naturally select the high land until this sewage question is finally aud effectually settled. There is one clause in the letter that needs modification. In speaking of 44 dry earth closets " he says: It especially appeals to tho people of this city because, wo have not now, nor never can have, an efficient system of sewerage The Jay ofthe land in much of the city lorblds it, and then we have no sea, bay nor river to effectually ah-orb the vast quantities of sew age that 12.000 to 2000 a people send forth. Already the city authorities are at loss to know where they may discharge the main sewer, as the present one is reported a nui sance. Even In this imperfect way they will be unable to supply all portions ofthe city with sewerage for some years to come, hence the greater necessity for adopting this dry earth closet for the protection of the public health. i Dr. Patterson, In his lecture on irrigation (which nobody went to hearj, published in the first number of the Herald, said that the richest most productive and valuable land in Scotland were those manured and watered by sewage—liquid manure; meadows cutting ten tons of hay per acre per year. Sewage is a commod ity that has value in the old country. The city and the owners of land below the city should combine and construct one large trunk sewer, and keep a head of water constantly flowing through it. This would make a com plete outlet for the sewage, which would be worth to the land-owners below ten dollars per acre per year. Nothing would be lost; all would be utilized, and the city cleaned. The Co-operative Nursery Company could well afford to build one-half the sewer for the liquid manure it would carry them. Our Advantages. Our climate and soil are peculiarly adapted to the growth of fruits that cannot he raised east of the Rocky Mountains—such as prunes, plums, apricots and raisiu grapes—fruits for which our merchants are paying mil lions of dollars annually to foreign countries, and the supply is never equal to the demand. Wo have not raised these fruits because we could not market them green, and wo did not understand the process of curing them to advantage. But we have been assured by those who know that the Alden process cures this fruit in a manner that makes it far superior to any we have ever seen in market. And to show the profit of this fruit, cured by this process, the following estimate is given. The prune, for ex ample: To cultivate the prune, they are planted fourteen feet apart. This gives two hundred and twenty-two trees to the acre. The petite variety will from the bud produce at five years old two hundred pounds to the tree. These prunes can be made into an ar ticle far superior to any imported, at a •*ost not exceeding three cents per pound. This would give fifteen thous and two hundred pounds per acre of preserved prunes, which at twenty-five cents per pound would give three thousand and forty dollars per acre. Deduct from this the cost of curing, and you have two thousand five hun dred and eighty dollars. This is a cor rect estimate of the prune, and other small fruits aro equally valuable. Does Los Angeles want anything bet ter? When we take into considera tion the small cost of machinery, the cheapness of tho building required, the light expense of running—all of which is giveu iv a pamplet published by the Alden Company—and the im mense returns given in hard cash, we feel justified in saying it is the best thing that has ever come to this county. Castac Placer Mines. Wm. P. Reynolds has returned from tho Castac mine* 1 . He surveyed the ditch and found the water can be put on tho highest ground of the mines—giving ten feet fall to the mile and then have fifty-eight feet to spare. That Is they have flfty-elght feet more fall than they need. This settle! all doubts about Castac placer mines. There ha» always bean some doubt as to whether the water could be run on tho mines in a ditch, giving the fall necessary. One other Item of im- | portance was also determined by the ! survey of this ditch, via: that it will j not require over half as much flumlng j as the company expected. This will greatly reduce the anticipated cost of the work. With these favorable fact's our confidence In this enterprise is Qxed. Indeed we had hardly a doubt ofjjits success when we learned that Col. R. M. Williams was at its head. He says it shall be done, and that Is enough. The co*t of this ditch is esti mated ail the way from twelve to twenty thousand dollars, and we have not found a man who says the mines are worth less than half a million when the water ditch shall have been completed. We like such enterpri-.. s as this and wish we had more of them. We are promised a full report from the engineer as soon as it dan be made out. Fruit Drying. One of the Alden efJ»t>*tlls*rt in pre serving or drying (href tons of cur rants day. Only think of it. \Ye have the best climate and»Mlou the continent for tho production of these small fruits, but have neglcoted to raise them because we bad uo market for them. But DOW we can have a market, and in two years we will pro duce thousands of tons. God bless Alden, and ltd all the people say, amen. Local Option caunol win and tem perance reform will progress back ward in this city until there Han im provement in the quality of water we are called upon to drink, People like fish and they like bivalves but you seldom find a man or a woman that likes to drink these things. The other day a gentleman exhibited to us a little whale about two iuches long, taken from the water pipe, and more recently we have seen a handful ol periwinkles, small clams aud other shell fish, taken from a hydrant near the termiuus of the Sixth street raii road. These little things smelled just as loud as little things could be ex pected to smell. Our whisky may 6e bad, but while we are compelled to drink whales and periwinkles in our water, we must have something to kill the animalcuhe after it reaches the stomach. A good pair of eyes looking from the housetop or a second story window will see a great many signs in this city that are very carelessly fastened. Many great heavy signs are set up on the awning and held in position by two or three slats tacked to the upper edge and then tacked to the roof be hind. Many of the swinging sign* are held in position by the feeblest fastenings. The wind may send down these great weights at any moment, and the man, woman or child Who Chances to be in their line of de scent will be maimed or killed. The Council should have these signs exam ined and where found unsafe properly fastened. Many of them are actually dangerons now. The Los Angeles and Independence Railroad will never be built.—[Kern County Courier. The Los Angeles and Independence Railroad will be built.—[Los Augeles Express. These are two positive assertions, and as they are flatly contradictory one must prove false. There is no cer tainty that a thing will be until it is, but in our opinion no coming event is more certain to arrive than the build ing of the road. "By the Eternal," the Los Angeles aud Independence Railroad shall be built. THE STATE UNIVERSITY. The •-Herald's" Position Indorsed . No More Uld-Glavetl Professors. Editor Herald :—Your editorial in Friday's issue on the action of cer tain high-toned Regents in the State University, is eminently proper aud to the point, and will receive the un qualified support of the entire farming community, from our Worthy Brother Hamilton, Master of the State Grange down to the most humble Granger in the State. It is about time that those kid-gloved gentry received a healthy drubbing at the hands of the "horny listed farmer," and there is revolution in the air. The people are beginning to wonder why our Worthy Brother Carr should be so summarily dis charged from his position in the Uni versity. The probability is the peo ple will demand the reasons why Carr should be removed. The day of ex travagance (stealing officially I mean; is about over, aud the people will rise us one now to resent it—the farmers as an organized body leading the van. Yours for the right, U. Los Angeles, August Bth, 1574. WANTS LOST FOUND. I" OST-BETWEEN HUNTERS' RANCH J übout three miles above Los Angeles city and the Ten-mile House, on the Man Diego telegraph road, a black coat with a deed to a water-ditch ia the pocket. Five dollars reward will be paid to the person leaving said coat and contents with H. Newmark A- Co.. Los Angeles. M. A. PETERS, aB-3t J\ 08 £r AI ! O,JT TIIK MIDDLE OF .lULY, _J either in Los Angeles or vicinity, v memorandum pocket-book.contulningu bond of Northern Pacific Kali road for «lU>. and other papers and memoranda. The finder wiltreclvea suitable reward by leaving the same ut this otbee. W C M au2lm-3 WANTED- BY A GENTLEMAN, A SlN gle room with board in v private rain By. Address, with locUion and terms Which must be moderate, -J. H. 8.," Hkh>i.u omce. augll-2t» WANTED—AN ENGINEER CAPABLE or doing machine work, to run tbe en gine at V. Beaudry's smelting works, Cerro Gordo, Invo county. Apply on the premises. None but a first-class meenanic n ed apply ati-tf WANTED -TO RENT—A GOOD DWEL ling,wej located,lnnilscliy. Address, with terms and location, " D,-' Hkbald of- J. H. BLAND. AXIORNEY -AT - LAW REAL EST ATE AGE NT-Room 41, at hui 1 of htairs by Pos'offlce, Los Ange es, Cal Land bought und sold in town and county. Pmrnut attention paid to collections aad all business entrusted to bis cure. augC tf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 10,099 Customers a Day Wasted, to buy tho firms' bi .. I• of Im ported and Domestic Cigars, Clgnrittos, To bacpos, Pipss, etc. Th<» la est weekly picto rial papers always ou hand at I. GOLDSMITH, Main St., adjoining W. F. A Co.'* l&prefl afl-lir Copartnership Notice. MR. JOHN* F. H.YWLKY, was admitted to our tlrm August Ist, 1874. auglMOt J. L. W.aRD A CO. NOTICE. TO ALL WHOM It MAY CONCERN. 1 hereby give notice th »t I have an Inter est In tho tract of land situ .te In Los Angclc city, occupied by Felipe Martinet. ■ttglMt* Jtnif' RTTtW*. Genuine Havana Cigars AT 12} CENTS E'CH, THRe:. FOR 60 CENTS! FIVE Full Ml. Domestic: Slbr9l ce'Ata*-6tof6oeta, . CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCG fhc beet, cheapest and largest nsortmen ,n Los Angeies. i all. .In Ipelor yourself, and hi CollY need that I give inure satisfaction f v your money than any other retail bouse here. LEON, Old stand, Main st.,opp. Wells, Fargo A Co. sui 11 lm PIANOS, PIANOS ORGANS. TO THOSE ABO FT T: [N lIASING A Piano or Organ, t trouM recommend then to wait until the 20TH DAY OF AUGUST, Or thereabouts, as I purges.- opening n Piano Forie Store- In Los Angeles, about that time, with a lull md comple c stock of instruments, as fol lows: Four grind' square, 7V£ octavo pianos, by Hallet Davis. Two small size pianos, by Hallet DtVti. Two full-dc square octaves, by Dun ham. Four seven octaves, by Vo";- 1 , B iston. Two seven octaves, hy Bourne, .'wo seven octaves, by Arlington, and sev eral others. Al»o a full line of Wood Organs. Thus enabling the purchaser to have a large and varied stock to select from an advantage hunerto not available In Los Angeles. ] -hall ne prepared to take us part payment second-hand instruments In exchan o e, c.c. A. 11. HAVELL, •Sole Agent, of the Ballet Davis Tlanos, for Southern California. Pianos tuned, tcp tired, bought, sold or ex ciunged. Pianos for rent. angll-tf DR. WM. HAZELTINE, SURGEON DENTIST, OFFICE ON MAIN ST., DOWNEY CLOCK, Room No. ?0; LOS ANGELES, <WL. HAVING HAD CP W A BUS OF TWENTY- Iive years experience an I practice ii .sew England, has opened un oitice ns above for the continued pmctice of his profession li. Los Angeles, and hope- by an honorable am -killftil prac'ice to merit v share in the pub* I.c confluence. Dr. H. comes prepared to per form all operations in dentistry in a subst.iii chtl and satisfactory manner. Teeth Inserteo in every style of the art, of acknowledge utility' anions the proiession. Unsolicited le lets ol recommendation from formei patrons in the E.ts , are open for Inspection. usiwdaw-, w UNION STABLES, MAIN ST.. NEAR PICO HOUSE. ASKIN ot HEWITT, PROPRIETORS. THIS FillST-CLASS ESTAB-fvKUL llshment being complete in alljia=siE its branches, Is ready to uci'oiiiiDuaa.e lue public In the best manner. The capacity oi this stable Isfgreater thun that of any other In .Southern California. Horsei and Buggies and Carriages, with careful drivets, to let by the day or neck. Horses boarded and groomed by tho Day, Week or Month. Respectfully solicit a share of public pat ron tge, pledging in return attention to busi ness and a determination to satisfy th"lr cus tomers. aj:f-2m GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO. LUMBER DEALERS, CORNER OF Alaraoda and ITirst. >*-**<~ DEALERS IN Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft. Merchantable Lumber 32 50 44 44 4 * Flooring at - - - 42 50 44 44 4 4 They constantly keep ou hunu DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS. FUSTS, SUIMi LES, EATHS, SHAKES, HAIK, PLASTER OF PARIS, EIC. ETC ap2B-ti—-5 NOTICE TO_PATRONS. THE FOURTH REGULAR MEET ing of the 1.. A. and s. B. District Conn ed will be held in AN AH KIM on Tuesday, ihe i 1 tii day oi Aligns!, ut :0 o'clock A. M. THUS. A. GAREY, W. M. J. F. M,\nqns. secy. Jy-sn »rt—•» FOR SALE. 1 (\(\ ACRES FIRST-CLASS LAND US- A.\J\J dei improv incut, near ( ompton. over t2,n00 wonh of improvements on tho land. Ail enclosed. Offered for sale to pay off a mortgage. Title perfect. Apply lo W. K. Malcolm on the prem »c», or O. W. Moi gan, Agent, No. 4 Temple Block. a7-lm—2 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. THOSE WHO HAVE PLEDGES IN THE pawn sit the California Loan A- Pawn broker's office, will call and re ie m them, if they do not in a few days, the articles will be sold at public auetiou at my store. Jvitt-Im-a E. GREENBACM. NOTICE. ON THE SEVENTH OF AUGUST ONE hay mate with saddleand nridle, sirayetl Upon my place. Ihe owner may call and re ceive th j same by paying damages and cost of advertising. J. L. CRUZ, Fico street. Los Angeles, August7th, 1871. aS-l()t» VETERINARy_SURGEON. OSCAR C. BALDY, V. S., TREATS ALL diseases of the horse. Can be found vi Oupuy's Livery stable Main street, Lo< Au gtle«, (Jul. nu2tf-J iVIORSCH & MANNING, HOUSE- AND SIGN PAINTERS— FRESCO, Mrene, Hllding, and Banner Fa liters— lb Court street, oppt site Court-house, Los Angeles, Graining, Calclmlning and Paper-hanging. JyllKim—2 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 500 ARE HELPING THEAA3ELVE3 TO Choice Family Groceries AT THE GRANGE STORE, Main St., bet. Socond and Third, LOS \M. 1.1. D -i I.» .r,i I, nisi Hold nt a Hho.de Above Cost. tr*r Goods are dcliveied promptly to every part or the city. J. H. Si-.VMOUR, General Manaeer. Los Angeles, July 18,1871. J> 19.f-5 Assessment Notice. GRANGE CO-OfER vTIVE COMPANY of Lo< Angi l .'s— Location of principal ,d.icp of business: i/»s Aug dcs, California. Note Is h Teby given that at a meeting o lie Di ectora held In tills edy on th •31 -t daj if July. 1871, nn Assessment (No. 1) of FlV'i •OLLAIts i'ER tsil \REw.is 1 v.yd upon tin upital stock ot said Corny my, payable im nedtattfff, In United Slide* gold com, to th secretary,nt the ottl eof the Company, No. 4 Temple ulock, i.os California. Any dock upon which this Assessment shall re main unpaid on the Ist day of September, 1974 >\'lll be declared delinquent, and advertised for snlc Ht putilic auc ton, and, unless pay tnent iajnado heiore, will be so d on the 16th day of September, 1874. To pay delinquent as-cssment, together with cost ot anvcrtlsing and expjuseof sale. By order ol th _• Hoard. L. M. HOLT, Secretary. OfftcQ: No. II Tempie Block, Los Angeles, Cal fonihi. Dated July 31,1574. tuigltd—lo FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OJP LOS ANGELES. AT A MEET TNG OF THE BOARD OF Directors at the Farmers' and Merchants' dunk ef Los Angeles, helil at their office on ;he 10th in*t., the following resolution was pissed: Resolved, That Asseasment No. 4, ofjiiO pc dmre.be and the tame is hereby this day levied upon the capital stock ofthe Farmers md Merchants' Rank of Dos Angeles, payable in U. s. gold coin, immediately to the Cashiei if said Hank, at th. ir office on Main street. Los Angeles. All stock upon which said as sessment Is remaining unpaid on the first da> d'Svp ember, shull bo declared delinquent and sold to pay suid assessment.together with •o<t of advertising, on t lie Alt h day of Septem ber, 1874, at the office ofsaid Bank, at the houi of 10 A. M. 19A1A9 W. HELLMAN, Cashier. Los Ang lie*, July X), 1874. JlyoO f—s CERTIFICATESJF PARTNERSHIP THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO.. Have now for sa'.e Blank Forms for "Certificates of Partnership/ Prepared In legal form for complying wdb the new law requiring partnerships to File Certificates under penalty of Los ing all their Property. FOR SALE AT THE HERALD OFU'IL'K. AFTER FILING YOUR CERTIF ICATE OF PARTNERSHIP, YOU MUST HAVE IT PUBLISHED IS SOME NEWSPAPER FOR FOUL WEEKS. HAVE IT PUBLISHES IN THE HERALD. STOCK FOR SALE. THE cASTfiC WATER DITCH AND PLACER MINING COMPANY. Cnjilt.il Stock oi this Company $30,000 DIVIDED INTO 5,000 SHARES. ITWENTY-FIVE1 TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED . Shares of thi9 Stock has been set apart for working capital, one thousand of which .r" now to b'- sold for cash. The Charter, By-Laws and Stock Books can be seen at the Los Angeles County saving dank, by calling on J. M. Elliott. K. M. WILLIAMS, aultr-4,'i President. NOTICE. Lo* Angeles, Augusts, 1874. AT TnE REOULVR MEETING OF THE Los Angi les Fire Company—the 88s uiid tins even.nit, the following resolution was tin tntmously carried, and ordered printed in the Evening Express, Daily Star and Lv Cronica, for one week: Resolved, That we re urn our sincere thank to the proprietors of the Evening Express, Daily Star, Uaily Herald and La Cronica ior tueir liue.alitj lv not c.iaigtng this c itn pany anything fur advertising the circus ben eflt I <r the 38.*. By order of the Com pane, ai-lw SIDNEY LACEY, Sec. I WANT TO PURCHASE Tills SEASON 100,000 GALLONS OF OLIVES For manufacture Into oliveoil at my Refinery at San Fernando. All parties rai.->i ig oliv"a are requested to cull on me, or on a. CUYAB, it the Metropolitan saloon. Highest market price paid. aug4-lm—(X R. CABRERAS. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING ESTABLISHMENT. CAROLINE C. BURTON. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL styles. Braids, Curls and Waterfalls made ut the shortest notice. Tanked hair -iraightened anu ma le into any shape. Per fumes of the quality on hand and lor sale. No. V Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. SOMETHING NEW. rtMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP* X pointed sole agent lor the sale of tbe cTicbrated Barnett's Zinc and Platina Pens. These Pens are now used almost universally: they are warranted non-corrosive. Price, 60 per groan, Samples gratis. iyl7 lm» SAM. HELLMAN. St. Vincent's College, LOS ANOELES, CALIFORNIA. Sludlea will be Xteaumeit ON MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1674. and PURE BLOODED POULTRY IZiiS* B*or Sale i LIGHT BRAHMAS •"» PF.« *K> a . WHITE LEGHORNS ** '* From stock of ibe purest breed. The White Le.borus are the best layers tin wn. Apply te P. C Bex 147. Jlyst-L»W | NEW AOVERT!2EMENTS. PIANOS ojx mA. E In Easy Installments. Large Discount for Cash HALLET, DAVIS & COS OF BOSTON, Are the beet anil cheapest Instruments n ■« lv use on this coast. ear The following parties have purchased hem In this city, and we refer to thorn, Mth heir consent: HON. M. MORRIS, D. V. WALDRON, Esq., SAMUEL PRAOER, Eso... L. H. TITUS, Esq., W. F. EDGAR. Esa, W. WILSON, Esq., w. woodworth, Esq., H. C. AUSTIN, Esq., R. PICO, Esq. WM. G. BADGER, San Francisco, 7 and 0 Sansome street, SOLE AGENT OF THE PACIFIC COAST. I. E. COHN, T r*n-velin«>* A.jj*er*.t. The southern California" CO-OPERATIVE WAREHOUSE AMI Shipping Association ! B. li. WILSON, JT. «. DOWNEY, President. Vice-president. THIS COMPANY ARE NOW PREPARED to receive on storage, or for shipment large quanTtles of tho Agricultural and Min eral productions of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. ALSO IX'MBER, MERCHANDISE, WARES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And ull other supplies for consumption In the country; ull.ol winch will be Covered by Insurance. unless otherwise directed. Liberal udvaiices will be negotiated at cur rent.rates ol Interest. They a c piepared at nil times to stor, ,'ratn of nil kinds, either In bulk or suck, free from dumpuess. Their extensive Wharf facilities and Com modious Warehouse* warrant them in guar* anteeing superior advantages at low rates. NORM \N C. JONES, junfl—lo Secretary and Superintendent. FURNITURE FORJHE MILIToN! H. NEWBAUER, 3I a It ING mTIS E It: T, .Vex: door lot he tfctUfbt) Olßeo, l?i>- constantly on h*n 1 an extensive stock of FURNITURE, BEDDING AND WINDOW-SHADES, And every thins his line, which will be <a\d cheaper than the cheapest. mytitf GIVE HIM A CALL. lunltf-o PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNESS UFACTOKY. S. C. FOY Proprietor. J_£STABLISHED IN 1854. Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re tali dealer in ull kinds Ol Saddlery and Hur iics.'i. The best brands of Saddle, Harm-,* and Sole Leather, always on hand and tor sale at wholesale nnd retail. ISo. IT L,om Aneeles Htr»-oet, LOS ANOELES, CAL. nol.Vtf—S SEALED PROPOSALS. Clerk's Office, Board of Supervisors, > Los Angeles, State of California. / IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ORDER of Eatd Hoard, notice is hereby given that sealed proposal* will h<> received at this office, until Monday, August 17th, 1874, at 10 o'clock a. m , the time fixed for opening the same, to build a road through the sau Franclsqulto Cation. Spec licit Ion? on file In the Clerk's oflle.e. The Board reserves the right to , eject any or all bids, as the publio good may re quire. Proposals to be directed to said Board, ami Indorsed "proposals for building road through the san Fraueliquiio Canon." A.W. POTT*, Clerk. Les Angeles, July Litis, i*7i. jfg jy u- 1« MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. WITTELSHOEr^R^&^RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND 00.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE V. S. HOTEL. deajl.eks its •Paints, Oils, Varnishes, "Bimislios, and Glass. Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Gilt Moi Mings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGENTS B*Olt THE California Chemical Paint Company. LIBERAL lIVntJeEIVIEINXS OFFERED To my 6 3m 13 PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. JDO 3ST HOTEL, Mnii» Street* Lou A.nfj-eleit. A First-class House • • J. A. BROWN. Proprietor. THE SLKKPINO APARTMENTS Are large and well ventilated, and In the beat posUble condition. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. No expense will be spared to make the Hotel equal to any «n the Coast. aS-tr—-i Clieaper than tlio Cheapest! J. D. GUERRERO, Coiner of Plaza, above the Catholic Church, wishes to inform the public 1b in general that he will sell from this date his entire stock of DRY GOODS. Clothing*, VootM, Shoes, lint** aud 1 une.r Geeda AT SAN FRANCISCO COST, POSITIVELY. Not having the required room in my establishment to keep a mixed assort ment, as heretofore, I will sell my entire stock of Crockery, Olaae and Hard ware, Groceries, Liquors and Cigars, at reduced pricey, in order to make room tor a Summer Stock of Goods B*Sr Everything will be sold at San Francises cost—but positively for cash. J. D. GUERRERO, jylstf-5 Cor. Plaza, T. P. Campbell'* old stand, Lo» Angeles, Cal. CLOSING OUT SALE! AT—— THE CAPITOL — or — SU3IMER GOODS At Ihe lowest rate j lv the present mark et to inuke room for an extensive si nek of Fall and Winter Goods Soon to arrive direct from New York, which we will also offer to ihe public at very reason able rates, wholesale aud retail. FANCY GOODS, OLO r JTJiX]VO, Gents' Furnishing Goods HATS AND CAPS. BOOTS & SHOES, YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS' CLOTHING, MADE T'P IX THE LATEST STYLE. —a mo— O .A. lev Ir» IS W And Oil-Clotlm. OF ALL BSBCBIPTIOXS, Whlci will be ottered (*» the public »l | Lower Rates than the Lowest, The public are cordially Invited to attend and examine our Immense s'oclt — AT — THE CAPITOL, «*l'RllsT« STREET Nearly Opposite the Postofflce It EDWARDS, M. HOFF. at>23 Hm—SO*. , i J. J. REYNOLD'S PIONEER HACK LINE. CLAKENIHJN HOTEL. Contracts for Hacks. La roaches, Carriages, Coaches.etc., for Weddings, Picnics. Halls and Funerals. None but careful drivers em ployed. Jly«tf-2 LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES — AT — Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s LTJ MBER YARDS — AW J» — PLANING MILLS, \.». 16 tsuunsrelnl street, uear Rail road JJepwt, osr".JO-tP—S PAGE & GRAVEL, i Saceassera t« Jaka Seller. Carriage and Wagon MANUFACTORY, Haa. S». s» aud «7 Lea Am* vie* etre*.*. LOS ANGELES, Cal. MANUFACTURE CARRIAGE*, Wagons and Vehicles of all csfIPKJK • kinds, ol the BEWT M ATE Xl A LIS, •>nd on short notice. " 1 A Complete Painting and Trimming Estab : lUameutattadhed, ■WRepalrlng neatiy and promptly done. otft-PTicos Moderate. All work warranted. mn T-tt—s Everybody Knows —THAT— ; MENDEL MEYER j K E of PS THE MO * T COMI,LBTK »TOCK DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FANCY NOTIONS, and FURNISHING GOODS, " Which he sells at the bottom prices. Mr. Meyer has just returnud from Han Francisco, where he bus put chased his SECOND STOCK Of Summer Goods for this seuson. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. MENDEL MEYER, Corner Los Angeles and Commercial Sts. Jya tf—s ■ THE MUTUAL Am ASSOCIATION. M. HOLT, Seeratarjr, Km. 41 Teuipde Block Lest AMgelea. THIS ASSOCIATION IS I>E*IQHKI> t§> pay the sum of #3,000 to the family or nominee of deceased mew* ' bers. Its uiembcisbiplsnowrapidlyajlingup. The expense to each member is light—the cost being about one-third that charged by 'he old-style Life insurance Compaule*. The Mutual Aid, A paper devoted to the Interests of the Asso ciation will beseut to anyone applying to the Secretary. A good, live agent ts wanted In every nelgb bo.hood In Kouthera California, to canvass ior members. For further particulars Inquire of the Seere lary, •»■»»>•> ;..«rs.,uor by letter, or of GEO. A. ARMSTRONG, . Jy"» , Traveling Ageut. Los An*clrs, July 15, 1871. L. LICHTENBERGER, (Successor to Boeder A Liehtenberger). jyjANUFACTURER OF Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc. .MS, It 3 and 147 Mam street, Los Angeles. Very respeotfully solicits the patronage oi the public ir his line of business. All ve hicles built ofthe BEST MATERIAL. Aa extensive BLACKSMITH SHOP Is connected with the establishment, where all kinds or UlaekKiulthing will be done la order. HErAinrxo Done with dispatch, nnd wtth a view af giving satisfaction to patrons. All Work Warranted no7-tf lp—2>.; PUBLIC NOTICE. CIONSUMERB OF WATER OF THE LOW J Angeles City Water Company, residing east ot Hill, New High and Casteiar streete. will pleaKe take NOTICE, That, they will only be allowed the useof water forgardens between the hours of: and W a. M., and 4 and 6 r. on and after this date. Any violutlon of this rule, which will be strictly enforced, will be met by cutting offthe wercr. Nor will any consume, be allowed to furnish water for building pur poses without leave of the Superintendent. Plumliers will pieaso inut notice that thee will not be a Lowed to place bath-tubs oV water-closets iv any premises without flrvl uotl fy in g the >j v •iI n t*ndent. C. E. MILES, auovrhitenduuk Lee Asfriajcs, Msjj «, Otti. a»y7w—6