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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
SATURDAY AUGUST 15, 1874.
Councilmen.
An article in a late number of the
Evening Express while it does not di
rectly attack the members of our pres
ent Council, certainly indicates that
it is the opinion of the writer that
they should not be re-elected. The
uncomplimentary reflections of our
cotemporary upon these gentlemen
seem to us to be undeserved. If we
go back a little less than four years in
the history of our municipal affairs,
we find that the City Treasury was
quite empty, and that to meet our cur
rent expenses it was necessary to issue
scrip, which would not sell at par nor
within thirty-three per cent, of It. A
glance at our present financial affairs
shows that we have no scrip on the
market, and the city's liabilities are
promptly paid in coin. Men who went
into office under the circumstances
named and have so arranged the af
fairs of the city so as to make the
showing our Councilmen now does,
may not be as "wide between the
eyes" as a mule nor be able to evince
the mental ponderosity of the Express
editor, but they havo done their city
■ome service, and as they work with
out fee or. salary, they are at least de
serving of our thanks for economy if
not for enterprise. The extra taxa
tion that has been imposed since the
election of the present Councilmen
has been assumed by a direct vote of
the people, and if there are complaints
at the imposition of these taxes, they
cannot be directed at the Councilmen.
If the present City Fathers have erred,
they have done so in favor of the
masses. They have practiced econ
omy perhaps a little too rigidly, but
economy is a virtue, and by practicing
it we become wealthy. Under the
circumstances we think the Council
has done well—so well that the mem
bers merit the thanks of the commu
nity. What should he done in the fu
ture we shall allude to hereafter.
Water, Water.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Beau
dry's water works were set in opera
tion, and in a few minutes a jet of
water fifty feet high from the top of
the high hill near Temple street, as
tonished those who happened to turn
their eyes in that direction. The
problem, "Can water he had on the
hill lands?" which has so long puz
zled our citizens, is solved. Mr.
Beaudry's enterprise and tireless en
ergy have given us the solution, and
water, any amount of water, flows
over the highest lands to the west of
the city. We regard the success of
Mr. Beaudry's experiment as the
dawning of a new era of prosperity in
Loa Angeles. It is an event which
our citizens regard with the most
pleasurable sensations. We have al
ways claimed that these high lands
would become the most valuable
building sites the moment it could be
shown that the required amount of
water could be thrown upon them,
and we shall maintain our theory until
its correctness is demonstrated, which
we are sure will be done
within the next few months. The
water is now high up on Temple street
within four blocks of Main street.
Along Temple street building will
commence immediately, and within a
very short time we shall see hundreds
of cottage houses dotting the high
lands, and long before the croakers
have passed away we shall see those
cottages surrounded by groves, or
chards and flower gardens, for all of
which the city will be indebted to the
enterprise of a man who, if he had lis
tened to the advice of many, would
have adopted the safe plan of loaning
his money at two per cent, and let the
hill lands remain barren. We mean
Mr. P. Beaudry.
Site Selected.
The Alden Evaporator ia to be built
on the elevated land on the right of
the road, a short distance beyond the
bridge. This location was selected by
Mr. Davis, with the aid of Mr. Tem
ple, after learning that the lines of
the fire ordinance prevented the estab
lishment of this business on Requena
street, where a more satisfactory loca
tion had been accepted from Don
Manuel Requena. Mr. Davies is
not only satisfied, but quite delighted,
with the fruit yield in this county.
He declares with enthusiasm that he
never saw better fruit than is to be
found in great abundance about the
city and in various parts of the county.
He also says that all kinds of vegeta
bles of which there is a surplus in the
market can be dried to the ad
vantage of producers, and he has
found a market for all he can
get to-day. The advantage to the
county of this business must be ap
parent to every intelligent reader. JSo
more money will be sent out of the
county for these dried fruits, but a
large income will accrue to the com
munity from the fruit dried and
shipped from here to Arizona and
other parts of the country. Of course
there can be no limit set to the busi
ness of fruit-raising, for the facilities
for drying can always be made to ex
ceed the fruit crop, and the price of
fruit will never fall below a standard
of profit. We may now safely advise
farmers to engage with confidence and
zeal in the cultivation of fruits and
vegetables, for no risk will attend the
venture, and they are certain to be
well paid for their enterprise. Mr.
Davis expects to have his works in
operation in less than a month from
this time.jl
An Insult to the People.
The removal of Professor C.v ivb from
the State University cannot be re
garded in any other light tbau that
of open contempt for the wishes of the
people. His dismissal Is the work of
a ring—a monied, speculative, bank
ing ring—composed of men who fancy
themselves members of a monied aris
tocracy, before which the laboring
masses of the State must bow down in
meekness and humiliation. Tho
struggle has not been to depose Pro
fessor Carr so much as to sap the
vitality of the only depratment in the
University that could work the gen
eral benelit of the community —the de
partment of Agriculture. The study
of such a plebeian profession or calling
as that of farming, is distasteful to the
the elegant professors who tell of the
stars, the far-off constellations; how
the old Greeks wrote, and the Ancient
Latins spoke; of the interior of the
earth; the rings of Saturn, and the
bark on the north pole, but not one of
them contributes a bit of information
that will cause the growth of two
blades of grass where one grows now.
That is the task of plain people like
Professor Carr. The University is
an aristocratic institution. Its tone
must be maintained, and to do this
the farmer's friend is expelled. The
kid glove professors and banker Re
gents will havo everything as they
wish until the meeting of the next
Legislature, when the Granger voice
will be heard in tones more emphatic
than complimentary to those who
have driven the Granger Professor
from the University. The following
explains the position of the Regents
on the resolution to remove Professor
Carr:
Ayes—Regents Booth, Mills, Winans, Kteb
bins, Archer, Martin, McKee, fewWt, Moss,
Ralston atul Haight.
Noes—Regents Eslee, Hallktie, Dwindle,
Sachs, Felton and Hamilton.
Excused—Regent Hager.
Absent—Regents Pacheco, Bolander, Carey,
Bowie and Oilman.
Proceedings of the Grange Council.
Editor Herald: By instruction of
the Los Angeles and San Bernardino
District Council, Patrons of Hus
bandry, I hereby furnish such por
tions of the proceedings of the Council
at Its meeting of August 11th, as the
Committee on Publication authorize.
Much other business of a private na
ture and important character was
transacted, and the meeting was char
acterized with the utmost cordiality
and harmony.
Council opened in form, W. M.
Thos. A. Garey of Los An
geles presiding. All the Granges
in the district, except Alliance and
Riverside, nineteen in number, were
represented by about forty duly ac
credited delegates, in addition to
which a large number of Fourth De
gree members were present from vari
ous portions of the district.
The Centennial Committee, through
its Chairman, Bro. Porter of Florence,
made a full report, stating what meas
ures have been taken by the Patrons
of Husbandry to secure a creditable
exhibition of the industries of this
State, the Legislature having failed
to make an appropriation for that pur
pose. The reports of this committee
from time to time have received the
marked approval of the Council. On
motion, the Committee on Centennial
wa9 added to the list of standing
committees.
Committee on Guide Posts and Sign
Boards report very satisfactory pro
gress, the Board ol* Supervisors hav
ing instructed the Road Commissioner
to erect the same, and in compliance
with such instructions many boards
have been put up. Report received
and committee continued, with the
addition of another member, Brother
Gibbs being appointed.
Committee on Agricultural Exposi
tion also report encouraging progress,
including the action of the Board of
Directors of the Association, which
held a meeting this day, taking vigor
ous action in perfecting plans for hold
ing a fair this season. The Secretary
was instructed to advertise until Sep
tember Ist for proposals for a site for
lair grounds, .etc., which action was
heartily indorsed by the Council.
Standing Committee on Manufac
tures, Southworth, Chairman, reported
the steps that have been taken to en
courage the establishment of a paper
mill in Los Angeles. The committee
have apparently secured the cordial
co-operation ol the municipal authori
ties of Los Angeles. The city Council
have agreedjto give the use of water,
in the event of parties wishing to use
it making a reasonable investment in
establishing a manufactory. There is
now every prospect that this addition
to our industries, will be made at an
early day. Report received and filed.
The following resolution introduced
by Brother Gordon was unanimously
adopted:
•Resolved, That the Council hereby
approve the resolution in relation to
the "National Washington Monu
mental Fund," adopted by Azusa and
El Monte Granges and earnestly rec
ommend the adoption of the same or
similar resolutions by the several
Granges in this district.
The resolutions referred to read as
follows:
Whereas, The lingering incom
pleteness of the National Washington
Monument, tbe corner stone of which
was laid on the 4th day of July, 1850,
is a standing reproach to the degener
ate sons of so illustrious a sire—The
Father of his Country—therefore
Resolved, First, that we the mem
bers of Azusa Grange, No. 94, P. of H.
of Los Angeles county, California,
agree to make a fund by annual con
tribution for two years, of fifty cents
for euch member of this Grange, to be
called the "National Washington
Monument Fund."
Resolved, Second—That all subordi
nate Granges in the United States be
invited to co-operate in this move
ment, in order to raise sufficient money
to complete said mouument by the 4th
day of July, 1870.
These resolutions have already ap
peared in the Pacify, Rural PVess,
with favorable notice from State Sec
retary W. H. Baxter.
The following preamble and resolu
tions, presented by brother McComas,
of Compton, was adopted by a unani
mous vote and in a very emphatic
manner.
Whereas, The University of Cali
fornia was originally established espe
cially for an Agricultural College by
an endowment made by the Congress
of the United States, and
WHEREAS. The Regents of the
University at a late meeting passed a
■•solution, with but one dissenting
vote, that of Regent J. M. Hamilton,
Master of the State Grange, asking
Professor Oafr of the Agricultural De
partment to resign his position, with
a view to substitute a series of lectures
in place of said Department, and thus
retaining only in name the grand cen
tral Idea for which the University was
established, therefore be It
Resolved, That the manly and noble
stand taken by Worthy Master J. M.
Hamilton, of the State Grange of Pa
trons of Husbandry, meets with the
hearty commendation of this Council.
Resolved, further, That we will, as
Grangers, respect the recommendation
ofthe National Grange in regard to
our national and industrial colleges,
and resist by every means in our power
any effort to subvert them to other
than the specific purposes plainly in
dicated in the Act of endowment .
Moved and carried that the Council
heartily indorses the action of the
Santa Barbara Grange on this subject.
The Secretary was directed to fur
nish these resolutions and the action
of this Council for publication.
Worthy Master Garey delivered a
short but spirited and earnest address,
which was well received and warmly
applauded.
Brothers Stafford, Stanley and Ev
ey were appointed a committee to
procure the services of a lecturer for
the next meeting of the Council.
On motion, the Council adjourned to
meet at Compton on the second Tues
day of November at 10 o'clock a. St.
J. F. Marquis, Secy.
Anaheim, August 11, 1874.
NEW TO-DAY.
Before Going to Santa Monica
Step In and get your Cigars. I have just re
ceived a fresh supply ofthe Finest Brands of
Imported Cigars and Cigarettes, at very mod
erate prices.
I. GOLDSMITH,
Main St., adjoining W. F. * Co.'s Express.
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Patrons of L. A. Water Company.
TAKE NOTICE-IN ORDER TO ERECT
Hydrants, the water will be sbut oft' in
the wbole city to-day, the 15th, between
3 and 4P. M. On Monday and Tuesday, the
17th and 18th, on Main Street, at same hours'
augls-td C. E. MILES, Supt.
iron. SALE.
OAA BUCKS, 18 MONTHS OLD
•J V/v' raised from Ewes shearing ten
pounds of Wool annually—Colonel Hollister's
stock. Price, $10 to $15. Apply to
als-lm ELWOOD COOPER.
Santa Barbara.
NOTICE.
THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY
notified that the Howe Machine Com
pany have authorized Mr. S. Hellman, No. 8
Spring street, Los Angeles, to collect, receive
and receipt for all moneys due the said com
pany, and to give bills of sale. No other per
son is authorized to act for, or represent said
company, unless by written authority from
the said s. Hellman.
Los Angeles, July 18th, 1574. augls-2t
DR. WM. HAZELTINE,
SURGEON DENTIST.
OFFICE ON MAIN ST.. DOWNEY BLOCK,
i Room No. ?4Ji
LOS ANGELKH, CAL.
HAVING HAD UPWARDS OF TWENTY
fIve years experience and practice in
New England, has opened an otlice 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 puli
lic confidence. Dr. H. comes prepared to per
form all operations in dentistry in a substan
tial and satisfactory maimer. Teeth inserted
In every style of the art, of acknowledged
utility among the profession. Unsolicited
letters ot recommendation from former
patrons in the East, are open for Inspection,
no-lwdaw-lw
Commercial Restaurant,
NEW COMM E R(_'IAL ST.,
Near Railroad Depot, opposite Perry A Wood
worth's Planing Mills,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
J. D. CONNOR, : : : : Proprietor.
Board per week, 11 (10
Hoard and Lodging per week 6 Oi)
single Meals 25
Single Lodging 26
augl2.tr
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 universal Iy;
they are warranted non-ec >rrosive. Price, $2 50
per gross. Humpies grat is.
jyl7-lni" SAM. HELLMAN.
St. Vincent's College,
LOS ANOELES, CALIFORNIA.
Studied will be Resumed
ON MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1574.
nugl
PURE BLOODED POULTRY
ICtfK* For Hale:
LIGHT BRAIIMAS K:i pkk doz.
WHITE LEGHORN'S *3 "
From stock ofthe purest breed.
The White Leghorns are the best luyers
knwwn.
Apply to P. a Uo« I*7. Jly23-lm—*
WOOL.
WE WISH TO PURCHASE WOOL OF
tbe incoming clip, for which we will
pay tbe market rates.
J. L. WARD A CO.,
mig 11-tf 13 Main stieet.
NOTICE.
ON THE SEVENTH OF AUGUST ONE
bay mare with saddle aud bridle, strayed
upOQ my place. Hie owner may cull aud re
ceive the game hy paying damages and cost
of udvertlbing. J. L. CRUZ, Pico streei.
Los Angeles, Augus'..7th, 1874. aB-10t'-'
WANTS—LOST—FOUND.
LOST.-ABOUT THE MIDDLE OK JULY,
either in Los Angeles or vicinity, a
memorandum pocket-book.contalnlnga bond
of Northern Pacific Rallroud tor $100, nnd
other papers aud memoranda. The finder
will reelve a suitable reward by leaving the
same at this ollice. W. C. M.
au2 lm—li
WANTED.— AN ENGINEER CAPABLE
of doing machine work, to run the en
glue at V. Beaudry's smelting works, Cerro
Gordo, Invo county. Apply ou tbe premises.
None but a first-class mechanic need apply.
att-tf
WANTED.— TO RENT—A GOOD DWEL
llng, well located, in this city. Address,
with terms and location, " D," Herald of-
O c. auHtf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TUIMS V r F,lt 1<:IIV HALL.
MOSUAV A I til M ntft
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY
BENEFIT
TEVKKRKD TO
Mr. Charles Vivian
AND POSITIVELY His
LAST APPEARANCE
Prior to Ins departure for San Francisco, on
which occasion several uoveltlos will he In
troduced, consisting Of
New Songs, Sketches. Etc.
Mr. VIVIAN will he assisted by
MADAME REIFFARTH
and MADAME MUSE.
Bos sheet at Brodrick's book store on day
of periormance, from 10 a.m. to 4 P. m.
See hills for further inforination.
agl l-;it) A. F. BAILEY, Business Manager.
Excursion Tickets!
GOODALL, NELSON &, PERKINS'
STEAMSHIP LINE.
AT THE REQUEST OF THE
Managers ofthe Mechanic's Industrial
Fair, to be held at San Francisco, aud for the
convenience of visitors from this district, this
Company will issuo
EXCURSION TICKETS
During the continuance ofthe Fair, for
EIGHTEEN DOLLARS
For the round trip, which will he good for re
turn on the vessels of Pacific Mail Steamship
Company, if so desired.
We are now prepared to Issuo these Tickets
per STE AMSH IP
SAILING AT 4 P. M.,
SATURDAY, AUGUST ISTH, 1874.
alltd J. L, WARD & CO., Agts.,-*3 Main st.
Excursion Tickets!
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO,
MECHANICS AND AGRICULTURAL
E A I B.
THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM
.ship Company, In order to meet the
wishes ot patrons und the public generally of
Los Angeles and San Bernardino
Counties, havo deckled to issue Excursion
Tickets
TO SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN,
Good between the dates of August 14th and
September 20th, either ou Steamers of this
line or those of Messrs. Goodall,Nelson dt Per
kins, tor the price of
the Bound Trip.
Cabin passage, Berths and Meals included.
Parties desirous ol visiting the FAIRS of the
Mechanics' Institute and Bay District Fair
Ground Association,
Held between these dates, will be accom
modated on the Large and Commodious
Steamers of this line, enabling them to enjoy
a delightful excursion at this exceedingly low
rate.
For Tickets and other Information apply at
the office of the Company, Main St., opposite
Commercial.
augl3td| 11. MrLELLAN, Agent.
at* +rff
v l;;v ~
k| s. nofvdlinger, A
W"\TTATCHMAKF.R AND JEWEL-iJ
JL t» *% No. S Commercial street, JL
EILos Angeles, Cal, Watches, Clocks 19
Jjyjand Joweiry repaired aud warranted. KB
SEALED PROPOSALS.
Ci.krk's Office. Board of Supervisors, 1
Los Angeles, Ma c of California. /
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ORDER
ofsaid Hoard, notice is hereby given that
sealed proposuls wil 1 be received at t his otlice,
until Monday, August 171 h, 1874, at 10 o'clock
a. m , tho time fixed for opening the same, to
build a road through the Ban Francisqulto
Canon. Specifications on file in the Clerk's
ollice. The Board reserves the right to icject
any or all bids, as the public good may re
quire. Proposals to be directed to said Board,
and indorsed "Proposals for building road
through tho San Francisquito Cation."
A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
Los Angeles, July 11th, 1874. Jyl2-td
PIONEER
SADDLE AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY.
S. C. FOY Proprietor.
issi.
Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re
tail dealer in all kinds of Saddlery aud Har
ness.
Tho best brands of Saddle, Harness and
Sole Leather, always on hand and ior sale at
wholesale und retail.
No. 17 Los A 11;■,t■ 1<• k SsHreeet,
LOS ANOELES, CAL.
nols-tf—s
FOR SALE.
I HAVE FOR SALE AT MY RESTAU
rant on Commercial street, one money
safe, fire-proof, combination lock and In good
.order throughout; one meat chest of the most
approved pattern, capable of holding 1,000 lbs
of meat, entirely covered with wire cloth,
well adapted to use in a butchers' establish
ment; ten bedsteads.'nearly new. with spring
mattresses; one lot of household furniture.
The whole will be sold at a bargain for cash
and in lots to suit purchasers.
J. D. CONNOR,
Augl3-2t Commercial Restaurant.
JOHN PURPURA'S
BARBER SHOP,
QPRINQ ST , NEXT DOOR TO
Noyes& Dai-fee's Auction Store. Sbav
ng, Hair-cutting und Shampooing done in
the latest style of the art. hreneh, Spunish
uud Italian -i>ol;eu. JlylKtf—J
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A t
THE CAPITOL
— or —
SI MMER GOOUB
At the lowest rates in the preseut market to
make room for an extensive stock of
Fall and Winter Goods
Soon to arrive dtract from New York, whlcb
we will also offer to the public at very reason
able rates, wholesale and retail.
FANCY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS'
CLOTHING,
MADE UP IN THE LATEST STYLE.
ALSO
CJL H I 3 XT S
And Oil-Clotlis.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Whlcb will be offered to the public at
Lower Rates than the Lowest,
The public are cordially invited to atteud and
examine our immense stock
— AT —
THE CAPITOL,
SPRING STREET
Nearly Opposite the Postofflce
M. EDWARDS. M. HOFF.
an 23 3m— 30%
PIANOS
TP O X 89* JL. I . E2
In Easy Installments.
Large Discount for Cash
HALLET, DAVIS & CO S
OF BOSTON,
Are the best aud cheapest instruments now
In use on this coast.
cur The following parties have purchased
them in this city, uud we refer to them, with
their consent:
HON. M. MORRIS,
D. V. WALDRON, Esq.,
SAMUEL PRAGER, Esq.,
L. H. TITUS, Esq.,
W. F. EDGAR, ESQ.,
W. WILSON, Esq.,
W. WOODWORTH, Ea«.,
H. C. AUSTIN, Esq.,
It. PICO, Esq.
WM. G. BADGER, San Francisco,
7 aud 9 Sausome street,
SOLE AGENT OF THE PACIFIC
COAST.
I. E. COII>,
Traveling Aycm.
PIANOS, PIANOS
ORGANS.
TO THOSE ABOUT PURCHASING A
Piano or Orgun, I would recommend
them to wait until tho
26TH DAY OF AUGUST,
Or thereabouts, ns I purpose opening a
Piano Forte Store,
In Los Angeles, about that time, with a lull
and complete stock of Instruments, us fol
lows:
Four grand square, IK octave pianos, by
Hnllet Davis.
Two small size pianos, by Hallet Davis.
Two full-sL.e square octaves, by Dun
ham.
Four seven octaves, by Vose, Boston.
Two seven octaves, by Bourne.
i'wo seven octaves, by Arlington, and sev
eral others.
Also a full line of
Wood Organs.
Thus enabling the purchaser to have a large
and varied stock to select from, an advantage
hitherto not avuiluble in Los Angeles. I
shall he prepured to take as part payment
second-hand instruments in exchange, etc.
A.. 11. HAVELL,
Sole Agent, of the Hallet Davis Pianos, for
Southern California.
Pianos tuned, repaired, bought, sold or ex
changed. Pianos for rent. uugll-tf
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
rjMIOSE WHO HAVE PLEDGES IN THE
_1_ pawn ai the California Loan <fc Pawn
broker's otßce, will call and redeem them. If
they do not in a few days, the articles will be
sold at public auction at my store.
Jy23-lui-2 E. GREENBAUM.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Immense Sacrifice!
ZR. SLAIsTET'S
MAMMOTH
BOOT & SHOE STORE
Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts.
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
FOR :*0 OINX^Y.
500 Prs. Men's Tap-soled Calf Boots, Ist quality, $6 00, for
merly $7 50.
500 Prs. Men's Single soled Calf Boots, Ist quality, $5 50, for
merly $7.
500 Prs. Men's Calf Boots, _>d quality (San Francisco make)
$4 50, formerly $6.
500 Prs. Boys' Calf Boots, Ist qua!., $4, formerly $5 50.
500 Prs. Boys' Kip Boots, $2 50, formerly $3 50.
500 Prs. Ladies' Balmorals, $1 25, formerly $2.
500 Prs. Ladies' Balmorals, Ist qual., $3 50, formed) 35.
500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, $3 25, formerly $4 50.
500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, Ist qual., $4 50, formerly 95 50.
Misses' and Children's Shoes equally as Cheap.
Anyone who read* these prices can see that I sell my Splendid and
Well-assorted Stock of Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Wear cheaper than any
house in the city.
I must clear out my present Slock at once to make room tor the extensive
Winter Assortment now arriving. auglotf
WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL
(FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.),
REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL.
DEALERS lIN
l*aillt«.
Oils,
Vaniislios,
Tivuslies, a,nil
Glass.
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES
AGENTS I'OH THK
California Chemical Paint Company.
LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
— TO— my 08m m
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
C HOTEL,
Main Street, Lorn ,\ «i «••<■ 1 t-ps.
A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
THK SLEEPIN O APARTMENTS
Are large and well ventilated, aud in the best possible condition.
THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET.
No expense will be spared to make the Hotel equal to any on the < 'oast. n2tS-U- 6
Cheaper tlittii tlie Cheapest !
J. D. GUERRERO,
Corner of Plaza, above the Catholic Church, wishes to inform tho public in
in general that he will sell from this date his entire stock of
DRY GOODS.
Olotliing*, Boots, Shoes, Huts nml I'auay Go«ds
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, Glass and Hard
ware, Groceries, Litpuors and Cigars, at reduced prices, in order to make room
for a Summer Stock of Goods fifcp" Everything will be sold at San Francisce
cost—but positively for cash. J. D. GUERRERO,
jylstf-5 Cor. Plaza, T. P. Campbell's old stand, Los A«igeles, Cal.
UNION STABLES,
MAIN ST.. NEAR PICO HOI SE.
ASKIN & HEWITT,
PROPRIETOR*.
THIS FIRST-CLASS
ltahment being complete In
lia brunches, Is ready to uccommouuie me
public lv the best manner. Tbe cupacily of
this stable ls'grenter than that ofany other in
.Southern California.
Horses and Buggies and Carriages, with
careful drlveis, to let by the day or week.
Horses boarded aud groomed by the Day,
Week or Month.
Respectfully solicit a share of public pat
ronage, pledging in return attention to busi
ness and a determination to satisfy their cus
tomers. aTitf-L'm
Genuine Havana Cigars
AT 12J CENTS EACH,
THREE FOR 50 CENTS: FIVE FOR Hi.
Domestic: 5 for 26 cents—6 for SO cts.
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO
The best, cheapest and largest assortment
iv Los Angeles. Cull, judge lor yourself, and
be con v ; need tltat I give more satisfaction for
your money than any other retail bouse here.
LEON,
Old stand, Main st., opp. Wells, Furgo & 00.
aug II lm
FOR SALE.
1 i U | ACRES FIRST-CLASS LAND UN-
X "/V " der improvement, near Compton.
Over 02,000 worth of improvements on tho
lund. All enclosed. Ottered for sale to pay
off a mortgage. Title perfect. Apply to W.
R. Mulcolm on the premises, or O. W. Mor
gan, Agent, No. 4 Temple Block. a7-lm—2

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