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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
TUESDAY AUGUST 11, 1871.
POSTAL CHANGES.
The following postal dinners w>nt Into op
eration, July Ist, 1574: All publication* nn
ft-ec nf postage to subscribers in the county in
which they arc published. Eo< lis nnd pack
ages of merchandise, to th* weight or fout
pounds, can be sent by mall at the rate of on'
cent for every two ounces or fraction over.
Tied packages may be entirely enclose.
Soma portion of sealed packHgon must l>e
onened for Inspection.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The Common Council Is still equal
ising.
The Orizaba will sail for San Diego
on Friday, August 14th.
The Los Angeles Guards had a drill
and parade in uniform on Fort Hill on
Sunday.
The Los Angeles and San Bernar
dino Grange Council convenes at Ana
heim to-day.
The Senator will sail for San Fran
cisco to-day. Passengers will take
the 4 P. M. train.
Robert Duncan will find It a good
idea to call at the money order desk
In the Postofflce.
A single gentleman wishes hoard
and room in a private family. See
"want" column.
The Common Council will probably
be in session as a Board of Equaliza
tion all of this week and next.
Mr. A. W. Whitney, Superintendent
of the Chariot Mill In the Julian min
ing district, is in our city for a short
visit.
Justice Gray yesterday Issued a
warrant for the arrest of Cyrus Kan
ford for threatening to take tho life
of Philip Wiseman.
A man was thrown from a horse on
Alameda street yesterday and received
some severe bruises on the shoulder,
but fortunately escaped any broken
bones.
Agency Imperial of London and
Queen ol* Liverpool Insurance Com
panies; capital, $18,000,000. John
Carlin, agent, Room 3, Downey
Mock. *
We regret to learn that Postmaster
Bent is threatened with an attack of
bilious fever, and has been unable to
attend personally to business for sev
erals days.
We had a call yesterday from Mr.
W. Heaver, a nurseryman, from Nash
ville, Tennessee, who comes to inves
tigate for himself our wonders of coun
try and climate.
Mr. J. Walker, while out on a hunt
ing expedition the other day, beyond
Mr. Baldwin's ranch, killed a wild-cat
which proves to be one of the largest
ever taken in this country. Tt weighs
seventy-five pounds. Mr. Morsch, the
painter, will stuff the animal's hide
and keep it for a souvenir.
The increase of the Hebald'3 daily
circulation has necessitated tho em
ployment of another carrier to deliver
the paper through the outskirts of the
city. If any of our subscribers in the
new route should fail to receive their
paper, they will do us a favor and cor
rect the delinquency at ouce by leav
ing word at the ottice.
Mr. J. Roberts, while driving over
the track of the Spring and Sixth
Street Railroad yesterday with a
loaded wagon, was so unfortunate as
to make a total wreck of his vehicle,
breaking the wheels, axletree and
everything that was breakable. The
trouble was caused by the track being
too high above the grade of the street.
It is not often that Items come in
search of us, but we had one yesterday
deposited on the sidewalk in front of
our office, very drunk. After reclin
ing peacefully for a while In the arms
of Morpheus, he was at last persuaded
lo move on, and he left us, leaning
confidingly on the arm of a policeman.
Favors of that kind are always thank
fully received by our local.
Mr. W. W. Stetson, late Secretary
of three mining companies in San
Francisco and a former resident of Los
Angeles, is on a flying visit to our
city, before leaving for Boston, where
bis family lives. Mr. Stetson has
been away from home for twenty-five
years, and during that time took to
himself a wife, who accompanies him.
They will return to California in two
or threa months.
J. H. Strobridge, Superintendent of
Construction, E. A. Phelps, Chief En
gineer, and Judge H. B. Underbill,
Land Agent, are in our city with a
party of surveyors, preparing to com
mence active operations upon our An
aheim branch railroad. With such
men at its head, the movement looks
very much like business, and we an
ticipate the consummation of this im
portant enterprise in tho near future.
The Good Templars will hold an
other one of their delightful socials at
Templar Hall to-night. There will be
literary exercises, vocal and instru
mental music and some other attrac
tions, which we have agreed to say
nothing about. It is hoped that they
will be able to furnish a glass of ice
water for the parched throat of the
visitor who has been obliged to forego
everything with ice in it for the past
four days or more.
There is a nuisance in the road on
Pieo street, near Mr. Fletcher's place,
which is deserving of attention from
our paternal guardians. Tho raised
flume which crosses the road at that
locality leaks badly, and has thus
raused some very ugly sink-holes in
)the road which are dangerous to drive
through. A farmer informed us that
three or four serious aoe ideuts have
been barely averted by parties who
have pissed the plae,, with loaded
wagons within the ps.it few days.
We had tho pleasure yesterday of
smoking a cigar nianotui lured by Mr.
Georgo Spiker, from tobacco raised in
Los Angeles. Prom our own experi
ence, therefore, we can pronounce it
excellent, as ii really proved, The
tobacco company iuvw -nine twenty
tons of the weed, fatted and i.ured on
the Agricultural Company's grounds
by them, which tUey design to work
up into cigar*. Than wv chronicle
the birth of another industry in our
city, which will in time prove ?- source
of immense wealth.
SANTA MONICA.
Letter from "les Sella" — Oasseip M
i tie Bs 'Cb — Awfaluess through mv
Opera Ol >e«—That Aalmated fcltel
elan — l>;eiliia;ul*be I Visitors To
PeditgJitiie.
Editor Herald: —Our seashore
homo is just as delightful as ever. Our
friends say to us, "strange what at
traction you can And to keep you so
long at Santa Monica." We answer,
the attractions are everywhere; wo
and them in sea nnd air, in earth and
sky; it is all one blended scene of
caiety and beauty, except where the
jagged points of humanity mar the
outlines of the perfect picture.
Thero are now about forty tents,
scattered all the way from the beach
up Lover's Lane. Above the Chicago
House; on the street known by tho
above suggestive appellation, dwell
the German and Spanish portion of
the inhabitants. It is these nymphs
and naiads of wood and sea, who pre
fer nature's own bathing suits to any
Dame Fashion can invent; or, if they
do condescend to wear any article of
bathing apparel, they very coolly don
the same ou the beach, utterly regard
less of eyes or opera glasses. This is
bad enough for men, but for women!
Last evening we eat on the beach,
and were much amused by a couple of
MISCHIEVOUS ELVES
Making fun of two bashful youths,
sporting with the waves. It didn't
take the girls long to see that their
victims were very much annoyed by
their close scrutiny, aud, girl-like, we
fear, they relished the fun more than
the bathers did, for when they came
creeping out of the briny deep those
elves raised what appeared to them to
be opera glasses, but which we knew
were only their hands, and through
the phalanges surveyed the moist pe
destrians as they hastened up Spanisli
Avenue towards the Mohongo Hotel.
It was ludicrous enough when they
would stop every few minutes to pull
up their blankets closer around them
and cover up their feet, then glance
cautiously toward their tormentors
with that entreating look which said,
"do put up your opera glasses."
One great help to the bathing at
Santa Monica is the rope attached to
the buoy, which was anchored here by
Mr. Gavitt two weeks ago. By this
rope, the most timid bathers are ena
bled to go as far out as they wish,
without the leastdauger to life, though
blistered hands are quite common.
One very attractive feature here Is
the burro riding. We saw three hunt
ers start oil' on those animals
the other day. As the cavalcade
ascended a slight eminence, the last
one of the party had the misfortune to
slip ufffrom the back of his fast steed.
His saddle followed immediately,
while his gun plowed the earth several
inches deep. The whole party were
perfectly convulsed with laughter;
nevertheless, he picked up gun and
saddle and tried it again with better
success.
A friend of ours brought us the Ex
press the other day with
THAT LETTER
From Santa Monica. We read along
very well satisfied until we came to
"the skeleton in the closet." Now,
the very idea of any one coming down
here, and having the impudence to
call Zoe a skeleton! And that isn't
the worst of it; they are trying to
confine that mysterious person In a
closet! Ah, Dumnorix, you may
whisper youi lies into the ear of Eve's
fairest (remember, you told on your
self); but you can't play us in that
style. Why, we could give a better
description than that and not half try.
I am only surprised that Dumnorix
lias not i eon commissioned as corres
pondent before. If we wero on the
editorial stair, he should have been in
his right element long airo —providing
we could have found out what It was.
As for that bloomer, it is quite evi
dent that he is only jealous of the
privileges granted to "the young man
of leisure." If he had finished that
gentleman's picture by telling whether
he parted his hair in the middle or
not, we should have known who was
meant. We do hate those cor
respondents who serve up only half
the current sensation.
This afternoon we glanced across
the way, aud discovered
TWO EDITORS AND A POET
Over at the Double Cliff House. The
poet's position suited him to a "T.,"
although he was unable to find an
other gopher hole. It was suggestive
of rural ease. We were rather sur
prised at seeing them put on so many
Ayres, and hope that these three rep
resentatives of the Los Angeles press
will give Santa Monica a better name
than "Right Away" is inclined to do;
for it is easy enough to see that she is
only a fraudess, and deserves nothing
better than cremation—yet, as she ac
knowledges being green but forty
eight hours before her attempt ai
writing up Santa Monica, we fear that
the verdancy of the article is past all
powers of cremation by this time.
Iv last Tuesday's Herald we found
a suggestion which reminded us of a
scene that occurred the Sunday before
aud proves to us that hoodlums from
Los Angeles think themselves justifi
able in coming down here, going into
the tents of our boys and insulting
them; then running back home
preaching up law, order, municipal
regulation and calling for an officer
upon the very flimsy plea, "of let us
have peace at Santa Monica." We
have got that already, and if we hear
anything more on this subject, they
will get a piece of our mind.
A CERTAIN PEDAGOGUE
Who has more than once visited the
beach this Summer, came to tho con
clusion that it would bo a gallant
tiling to have a horse and buggy down
here, so he jumped t>r the conclusion
aud brought one; I suppose he had
an idea of what he should do with it
after his arrival, but Well, the
girls ought to have been flattered by
the honor, only he forgot the old
adage that "two is company, three is
none." Next time we should advise
him to bring a friend with another
buggy; if he does so we are quite cer
tain from what we heard on the beach
the evening before that memorable
ride, that there will be no lack of "de
cision" in the answer he will receive
and in all probability his lordship will
have the pleasure of riding alone, as
he did while coming down Narrow
Escape Hill, while the girls came down
on a buck board, with two little boys
and a long-eared horse.
Three or four of our friends have
beeu accused of being the Herald's
I correspondent from Santa Movie*
Wo are perfectly willing that they
should have the honor, so beg of them
all not to deny the occ isation.
The above-mentione i pedagogue re
marked to a friond that If a certain
lads did write those letters she had
told him a
DELI BP. rati: UK,
And he should be sorry to number the
writer among his friends. We shall
not discuss the first part of his remark,
as it would be an insult to the lady's
veracity; as to the latter, we can say
on our own account that Zoe's heart is
broken, and we have strong thoughts
of committing suicide, especially as it
is just about bathing time. By-tht
bye, a friend of ours remarked to us
the other day that if the gentleman
said anything to heron tbe subject,
she would box his ears. We do not
say that the act would be perfectly
justifiable, yet, "under the circum
stances," it might be Wright.
Zof. Zella.
Oil Paintings.
The public Library yesterday re
ceived a large reinforcement to its at
tractions in the shape of six oil paint
ings, the work of Miss Mollie Binford.
The pictures are well executed and
look their best ranged over one of the
book-cases, where they have the ad
vantage of a good light to bring out
their merits. One painting a vase—of
flowers standing upon a couple of
books and the whole upon a marble
table—shows a masterly touch ofthe
artist's brush. The reflections of the
several articles in the highly polished
marble slab are most delicately
wrought and the whole would almost
delude the senses iulo the belief that
we were looking upon substance In
place of light and shadow fixed on
canvas. Another painting of the Ma
donna and child, after Raphael. Is very
well'executed; perhaps, a little too
highly colored. Two landscapes are
charming; especially one of a pastoral
scene, representing a sunset. Another
—laying down the cross and receiving
the crown—painted by Mrs. Binford,
the young artist's mother, has many
merits. The last, a portrait is
ere litably done. Miss Binford though
still quite young, gives promise
of reaching an eminence in art
circles. She is also proficient In
music, and has been elected as in
structor in that branch in the Wil
mington College.
We take mucu pleasure in referring
to the advertisement of Prof. Havell,
a gentleman who paid us a visit last
April. It will be seen that he intends
coming among us to carry on business
in the piano line, and comes as the ac
credited agent for the celebrated, and
unrivalled Hallett & Davis pianos;
also the Vose, Arlington, and other in
struments, and his stock will be large
and varied, the first shipment consist
ing of some twenty instruments. No
doubt he will meet with a ready sale
for them; at least we hope so. We
believe that he proposes giving
instruction on the piano and
singing. Knowing him personally
to be a musician of no ordinary abil
ity, a gentleman of a genial disposi
tion, and much liked among his schol
ars, we trust that he will be cordially
welcomed. Those about investing in a
piano will do well to await the arrival
of Prof. Havell's stock.
General Banning says that he will
shortly present the Los Angeles
Guards with a new uniform from Un
cle Sam's wardrobe. At best it can
hardly improve on the company's
preseut unique costume.
SOCIETY NOTICES.
I. O.JO. F.
Aiigelltn I.oilse Mo. 193, 1* O. O. F.-
Regularmeetings of this Lodge are held every
Mnnday evening at S o'clock, at Odd Khilows'
Hall, Oowney Block. Visiting and sojourn
ing brothers in good standing are invited to
attend. I. J. SMITH* N. p.
E. A. Pkeuss, Jr. It. S. nu9
Masonic Notice.
f .os Auirele* Lodge No. 43, F. A A.
The stated tneetings of this Lodge are held on
the first Monday of each month at 7:.tt> p. m.
Members of Pentalpha, No. 202, and all Mas
ter Masons in good standing are cordially In
vited. 8. C. FOY. W. M.
Chas. R>fiTn. Secretirv. no2S-ly—6
Special Notices.
Agency Northern Assurance C >m
pany of London nnd Aberdeen; ass t5,510,000,
-000; and file bid Hartford of Hartford Conn.;
assets, $2,5,00,1i00. Office : Hoom Xo 8 I'owney
Work. JOHN CAHLIN, Agent.
Jy 16-tf—2%
StS- The tide of immigration is steadily set
ting In, and the fit at thing eastern people do
is to throw away their New York Hats ami buy
i new one of PKSMoNn. They say there Is no
comparison between the two. 2' ; '>
Agency Liverpool and London and
'llobe Insurance Company. Assets, 821,000,
-000. Agency State investment Insurance
Company, Fire and Marine. A-sets, $guo,nna,
at lirodriolt's Book Store, near the Postoflice.
a:-.
That handsome suit of clothes came
from Kitzpatrlck's. Ho makes the finest
fifing salts to.be had in the city; best of ma
fcr'al; scientific cutting; good workmanship;
style. Call on Fitzpatrlck tbe fashionable
tailor when you wish to replenish your ward
robe, tf
Business still continues lively at the
FCsp ranza Store, and what Is the reason f It
s because they sell goods there cheaper than
ever before. Please note the prices of a few
hings of their large stock of goods and you
will see that they will no' be undersold hy
my store this side of San Francisco: Flour,
linker's F.xtra. »:1 2"> per hundred pounds;
''rushed Sugar, per pound; Coffee Sugar,
per pound; sandwich Island Sugir,
per pound; Japan Teas,from 50 •. to 75c.
per pound; China Tea, per pound; Kng
i|sh Breakfast tea, at SI per pound; Bxtra
Fine tea, 81 25; Soap, per box, <2; snleratus
and Sodn, 12% c. per pound; Cheese, He. per
pound. Coffee,22c. perpound; CbWee, ground
JSC.! Starch, l">c. per pound. And all kinds
of groceries at prices that are lower than sver
was known before.
This remarkable curative herbal
preparation is entirely unlike and greatly
superior to any other reenperanf ever dls
cove-ed.
It strengthens the living vital nervauilc
principle, aud gives energy to the muscles,
nerve*, filaments, membranes, and nil tUsu.w
of tho internal organs.
PIPIFAX—Keeps the skin in a supple
condition; tbe cuticle pliant] the pores open;
and brings the blood to the surface; thereby
enabling the system to counteract there bane
ful atmospheric Influences.
PIPIFAX—Passes through the blood, car
tie* off by presplratlon and other excretions
the effete and Injurious materials of the body.
It is soothing, alterative and definitive. Used
methodically nnd rationally, aided bysulta
bio diet, lt produces moat Important change"
In tho system, contributing U the reconstruc
tion of tissues, and removes vitiated matter
which has become not only useless but inju
rious. No other srtlcln hss aver been intro
duced which combines in such an extraordi
nary degr»o the principles of an efficient antl
blllous s?<"-nr end tonic. Try lt and be con
vinced. m»v2? 3m—2o
ONCE.
We have to dispose of our immense
Stock of Clothing, Dress Goods, etc., etc., to
make room for a very extensive .Stock of Fall
Goods, Just purchased In New York, and en
route for us. We have reduced the prices, and
you will find It to your advantazj to call a
the
Important,
On Main street,under the Laihyette Hetel,
bsfore purchasing elsewhere.
MISCELLANEOUS.
T H iv
DOLLAR STORE!
Main Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
I.os An scire.
Diiiisnioor Bros.
PROPRIETORS.
THK FOLLOWING U A PARTIAL LIST
of art!ales we are now selling at extreme
ly low prteesi
WO Picture Albums, at 81 00
Fine Portfolios, ut 1 00
Reticules 1 00
Ladles' Work Roxes 1 00
Joseph's and Alexanders Kid Gloves per
pair , 1 00
Beautiful Writing Desks 1 00
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY
OF ALL ICIXTTS.
Full assortment of
Hose, Handkerchiefs, Collars,
OuftVi, Etc.
And Ladies' Underwear.
Oents' Drawers and Shirts, at $1 on
Children*' Dresses, at 1 00
Ladles' nnd Gents' H its,at 1 00
Gents' Fine While and CaliC" Shirts, at... 1 00
Oents' Wool Over Shirts, at 1 00
Two Under Shirts, at 1 oo
Heavy Cottonade Pants, at 1 00
Linen Coat, Punts and Vest, each, at 1 CO
Vases, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps,
Pocket Cutlery, Eto.
Also a splendid a son merit of
Brackets and Rustic Frames,
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE.
Flint Glass Table Set, 8 pieces, for $1 00
s Goblets, Flint Glass, for 1 00
12Tumblers, " " 1 00
1 Wine set, for 1 00
I Large Lamp, complete ) Oil
silver plated, five-bottle, Dinner Castor... 1 00
Sherwood, Wire-frame, three-bottle,
Break fast Castor 1 00
12I.anreTca Plates 1 00
6 Good Knives and Forks I 00
8 Good Table Spoons... 1 00
A large assortment of MASON'S FRUIT
.TARS, and COVERED JELLY GLASSES,
always on hand and for sale at tho lowest
possible price. Also a countless variety of
other articles of every description.
Call aud oxamlne our stock at tbe
DOLLAR STORE,
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. ON MAIN ST
Js2S-3m-27
The Grangers* Favorite and Champion
of the West.
WHEELER & WILSON
IMPROVED DRAW-FEED
SEWING MACHINES
In Noiseless, Sews Faster, Runs Lighter,
Han Ureater Mechanical Simplicity
ttiau «<iy other Machine In
tbe World.
THE WINNER AT —
LONDON, 1862; PARIS, 1867; VIENNA, 1873.
DISTINGUISHED HONORIS.
WOKLD'R EXPOSITION, VIENNA, 1873.
"The Emperorof Austria has conferred the
Imperial order of Francis Joseph on the Hon.
Na. ban lei Wheeler, I'tesident of the cele
brated Wheeler 4 Wilson Sewlug Machine
Company of New York."
ThenKsris the cheapest. Buy no other
machine, until you have aoen the DRAW
FEED WHEELER <t WILSON. It will last
al.fetlme. Every purchaser made a perfect
operator.
All machines guaranteed and sold on easy
terms. Sewing Machines repaired aud war
ranted to give satisfaction.
Keep ou nand all the Extras and Attach
ments, ,ueu as Tue.k Markers, Binders,
Unifiers, 11. nun is l;ippers,Needles,Oil,etc.,
OtC.
Also all colors of Sewing Machine Silk and
ofthe BESI' SEWING MACHINE SPOOL
COTTON In the market.
Prices lower than any other house.
Special attention given to orders s -nt to
EDMUND DOAK.
No. 1 Sprlug street, Los Angeles, Cal.
JylO bm-2s
MRS. N. A. PICKENS, M. D.,
HOMOEPATHIC AND HYOEINIC PHY
siclan. Ti'-ats ull diseases. Calls an
sweied day or night. Specialty: Obstetrics
und female diseases.
Stf spring srteet, Loe Angeles, Cal.
Jy2Stf~«4.
[ MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE,
FURNITURE.
DOTTER & BRADLEY,
(Successors to Dotter A Lord),
Have now the Largest Btoek ever
brought here.
Have Just received a large lot dlrsvtty ftom
the East, and cordially invite th*
pub lc to examine their goods
and price same.
I ——
Carpets,
Oil Cloths,
Matting,
Kte. Ktc. Ktc.
Sidney Lacey,
(With Dotter A Bradley),
Is still selling everything in above
lines at Reduoed Prices, and
guarantees Work and Coods.
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
DOTTER & BRADLEY
Are still Agents for the
GHOVEH Ac DAKKIt
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW
ING MACHINE,
And would beg leave to call attention
to the fact that
FOUR
New and Distinct nud
Important
Improvements have been added to
this Machine recently, making
it past all competition.
86 MAIN STREET. 86
LOS ANGELES,
jlyl Sign ofthe Bin Red Chair. tflO
a. ». BABBowe. wit. c. fubbxt.
H. D. BARROWS & CO.,
IRONMONGERS,
No. 10 Los Angeles street,
LO» ANO ELK*. « Al..
IN ADDITION TO A VARIED AND UEX
eral »toek of
Hardware, Metals,
I. 13AD uud IRON PIPK,
CROCKERY, CORDAGE,
Plumbers' and Gasfitters Goods
Wood and Willow Ware,
STOVES,
PAINTS AND OILS, ETC., ETC.
W* would n.Us
FARMERS, ORCHARDISTS, MI
NERS AND SHEEP MEN
Of Seuthern California Ut the following
SPECIALTIES,
N«le Agenta far
MOLINE PLOWS,
Universally conceded to be the best Pica
ever made.
BUCKEYE MOWERS,
New Model, all Iron, very Durable aud
very popular.
Genuine Haines* Headers and
Header Wagons.
The Celebrated
Schuttler Farm Wagon
Also,
ROBERT SORIiY * SON'S KANGAROO
BHEEP-SHEARB;
TRENCH PRUNING SHEARS;
WOSTENnOLM'S CUTLERY;
WRIGHT'S PATENT PICKS;
DISSTON'S SAWS, ETC.
All at the above we keep constantly ou
bund lv full assortment, anil offer at very
Low Pricca Tor Onatli !
mrtO-daw-tf H. ». BAKQOVt h4c «'•>.
EVERYBODY WANTS ONE OF THOSE
Emerson Pianos.
HAVING RETURNED TO THIS CITY,
I now resume my business, heretofore
conducted by J. I). Patrick, and have Just or
dered v fresh Installment of those
SPLENDID INSTRUMENTS,
Ofwhleh there has been more sold within the
ast six months in this city than of all wilier*
put together, Also
Dunham & Decker Pianos, and Estey
and Mason & Hamlin Organs
Por sale on easy installments. Pianos and
Organs for rent GEO. A. ARMsTHONO.
At Photographic Parlors, Downey Block.
Jly3 lm—3
CHAS. E. BEANE,
NOTARY PUBLIC
AND CONVEYANCER—DEEDS
correctly drawn. Office, Ground Floor,
Downey Block. Main Street, next door to
Bash's Jewelry Store. JlyBoif-2
Good Chance?.
FOR SALE—A LARGE LOT OF NEW
Wagons of every description at VERY
LOW PRTCKS. Apply at ALISO BHOP.
aar'U-ts* -4 U. ÜBtAKO. <
MISCELLANEOUS.
COSMOPOLITAN
BOOT &
NEW STOR E !
NEW GOODS!
WILLIAM SLANEY
Has Just opened a newand well-selected stock
BOOTS AND SHOES
THE BEST
That has ever been brought to this Market, r
Consisting of
New York, Philadelphia and San Fran
cisco Custom-made Boots & Shoes,
Both Hand-Sewed and Screwed,
ALSO,
Ladies' Fine Button Boot Balmorals,
Congress Gaiters and Slippe .
Also, the Finest Line of
Misses', Children's and Infants' Button
and Lace Shoes
That can be found In the City.
My long experience In tin business enables
me to give my customers more satisfaction as
regards STYLE, QUALITY end PRICE than
any other house in this city.
My old friends and the public In general are
respectfully Invited to ear! an-' xamlne my
Goods before purchasiw ela> nuere, and I
guarantee they will be well satisfied .for I will
sell my fine goods for LESS MONEY tbau for
what they pay for common goods.;
DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE
100
MAIK STREET,
Opposite Wells, Fargo * Co.,
SIGN OF BIG BLUE BOOT.
myl.V.lm—B6
The Steams Ranches.
ALFRED ROBINSON. Trustee.
342 Market Street. Sen 1 mucin o. t'n|.
on nnn acres of land
\J \J•\J\J\J for sale, in lots to Milt,
suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons,
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap
fdes. Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax,
tamie. Cotton, etc., and also many thousand
acres of
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable
tor Dairying.
Good water is abundant al an average depth
of six feet from tho surface. On almost every
acre of this land FLOWINO ARTESIAN
WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele
vated portions can be lrregated by the water
of the Hanta Ana river. Most of these lands
are naturally raalst, requiring only good cul
tivation to produce crops.
TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In otic,
two and three years, with 10 pnr cent interest.
I will take pleasuro In showing these lands
to parties seeking land, who are Invited to
oome and see this extensive trset before pur
chasing elsewhere.
WM. R. OLDEN. Agent.
Anaheim, Lot. Angeles county, May St, 187 J.
mrN-tf — 7
GRAND RE-OPENING OF THE
Oil IE NX SALOON.
We. have Just received a Large and Entire
NEW STOCK of.
LIQUOKH und CIGARS.
HV Punches and Cobblers Specialties,
J. CAPPE, Proprietor,
G. E. GARD, Manager. lnyltitf—l
K. H. WORKMAJf. WM. If. WOKKMAX.
Workman Bros.,
Mfln»3fi*<rtarer,-* ami Importer* Of
HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES,
Willi's*.
SADDLERY WARE, ETC.
A Good A»sortmeal of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS'
Traveling Bags,
Hatchet** fiiitl Vuli**«*ss.
Always on hand.
» ins Carriage, Knggy nmi Team
HARNESS AND SADDLES,
Of our own Manufacture constantly ou hand.
Wr arw prepared to offer t.reat isilhis
nsouts to Perebtvtrr*.
»e~ Repairing promptly and caretWly
atteuded to.
Come and see ns, at. the sign of the Big
Horse, 70 Main street, I*>s Angeles, Cal.
Junl—s
Geo. Wood & Go's
PARLOR AND VESTRY ORGANS
* .._. j
CIANNOT BB EXCELLED BY ANY '
) other make.
Liberal terras offered by
Wm. G. BADGER, j
Sole Agent on the Pacific Coast, San Francises j
I. K. COHN.
TRAY aLINC A»IXT.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NOTICE XO
TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS I
ON AND AFTER JULY IST. r.
IS7I, tho undersigned v>
estebllsh a mmMtEtsmczwitmrf-
LINE OF STAGES
MHfMM
Spadra (Itubottom's)and San Bernar
dino, via Rincon, Chlno and
Riverside.
A FIRST-CLASS CONCORD COACH
Fitted up cxprr ssly for the convenience and
comfort of passengers will
Leave Spadra every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,
On the arrival of the 8:30 P. M. train from Los
Alleles, currying the U. H. Mull and Expie**
for Itincon, Chlno, Hivondde and yan Bernar
dino. Re turning will
Leave San Bernardino every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday.
At 8 o'clock a. M., connecting with Soothers
Pacific Kailroad at Spadra lor Los Angeles.
Banning time and Fare the same ns hy the
Cucnmongo route. This loute, avoiding the
Desert,inns along the valley of tl.e Santa Anu
river and through the well-kmmn colony at
Riverside. 11. W. ROBINSON, I'roprietor.
Jnn2mi—B
WILLCOX & GIBBS
niPROVEi)
NOISELESS SIMPLBi
Llghtrunningp Ourahle
Family Sewing Machine.
All kinds of Mar blues Bought, .Sold. Cr
chaaged and Rented.
agest fur
E. Butterick & CoY
PATTERNS.
SUMMER STYLES NOW READY.
PINKING AND STAMPING TO ORDER.
Ladies* and Gentlemen's Undcrws >
Manufactured In a superior manner. M;i<<-"
rials of the best quality fbrutshed
at the lowestruf.es.
All ki ids of Family Sewing and
Repairing.
Stitching by the Yard.
91. 1.. IIAIT,
dec! 7— 8 No. fit) Spring St., Los Anceie*.
J. L. Ward & Co.,
43 MAIN STREET,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FIRE AND MARINE
lIV»TJRANCE AGENTS
Rf.I'RESEXTfMI
London Assurance Corporation,
Assets, 913,000.000.
j
' /Etna Insurance Co., of Kartford,
Assets, -•(',.••0n.•>;,:..
Union Ins. Co., of San Francisco
Assets, 81,000,000.
Policies are written by us In above com
panics, without reference to parent offices.
Liberal advancements made on GRA iN ot
PRODUCE, consigned to our correspondents
in San Francisco, at moderate rates of com
mission. Je 20-im— o
T. C. SWIUART. JOS. nCBHE, JK.
SWIGART & HUBER,
UKALEItS IN
STOVES, TIN.
COPPER AND SHEET-IRON-WARE
AND —r-
CROCKERYWARE, GLAjsS.
Hardware and Willow-ware,
LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
PLUMBING AND CAS FITTING
Done to Order.
Sign ef the Big Red Coffee-Pot,
NO. HO MAIN ST., : LO3 ANGELES.
Jun2ltf-5
State Investment Insurance Co.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE,
409 California Street,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Cash Assets Exceed - • - $380,000.
OFFICERS :
PETEH DONAHUE President.
A. J. BRYANT Vice-President
CHARLES H. CUSHINO, Secretary.
i Mtockholdcre and lHrectora lv 1.t.»
Angeles:
JOHN O. DOWNEY, K. P. T. TF.MPI.E,
1. W. HKLLMAN, O. W. • Illi.i.'>.
JOHN JONES.
All Premiums for Insurance ar- deposited
ii, 1...s Angeles Buuks, and loaned apoo ap
proved securities.
WM. J. BRODRICK,
mylOtf-3*, A ttettt In Los Angeles.
SOMETHING NEW
LOS ANGELES.
I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMTNO MT
friends and the public generally, tha'
I I have engaged one very best
W T O II M>sV KERsi
Direct from Switzerland. Ntho will give
thorough satisfaction. PcisKps bavins
watches or clocks to repair will please j,v• -
me a trial and Judge for themselves.
Also, constantly on hand, &,Goo a.ssott .i
articles, for sale cheap, a*.
v. nrroMMS .vs,
CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL BTS.
>fo. fill. myHm—2
WILLOW WARE MANUFACTORY
PATRICK HOBAN,
FROM THE STATE INSTITUTION FOR
the Blind, has openeil an establishment
for the manufacture of all kind* of willow
ware. -
BASKETS OF EVERY STYLE
!On hand and made toorder. Baskets repaired
! and chairs re-seated. Being a finished work
! man, he respectfully solicits the public pa
; tronage of Los Ange'.e*.
j No. SO, Spring street, first floor, under Col.
| Peel's iKiarrllnghou.e. Jy2tl—l
SKINNER & SMALL,
; CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
mm
ADDBISS THKOCGH TBS *
POBT OFFICE.
Are well known in Loi Angeles as euere n
I fin builders, a-Hi refer for recominenduMoute
I all for whorm ttaer kave doae werk. aayltr-

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