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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
TUESDAY AUGUST 18,1874.
The State University.
It is not the purpose of the Herald
to condemn the recent action of the
Board of Regents in discharging Pro
fessor Carr from the State University
on personal grounds surveyed from an
individual standpoint. We, in com
mon with every other impartial jour
nalist in the State, stand ready and
willing to hear and impartially con
sider whatever defense the members
of the Board may offer in justification
of their action. That they must de
fend themselves is as self-evident to
tho Board as it is apparent to the peo
ple. The dignified silence which soma
of the Regents have announced it as
theis intention to assume, will not
answer the purpose—lf the purpose is
to ignore the right of the people to a
voice in the management of the State
University. The establishment be
longs as much to the people as a dis
trict school house, and those who pre
side over its departments are as much
under the control of the people as the
district school-master. An article in
a late number of the Overland Monthly
—evidently written by a Regent and
probably read before a full Board be
fore publication—ingeniously sounds
the ground for a rebellion — for
a throwing off all State alle
giance and the assumption of an
independent position. It is assumed
that a refusal to accept further State
aid is to establish an independence of
all State control. This is the worst
pettifogging ever attempted by the ad
vocate of a hopeless cause —a cause the
success of which depended solely on
the admitted insanity of a whole peo
ple. The banker Regents might found
an independent University,with Gill
man and the Le Conte as Professors,
but they cannot use the people's money
to erect their buildings or pay salaries.
The University of California is the
property of the people of California.
It has cost them an immense sum of
money. It was the maelstrom which
swallowed all the tide-land money—a
sum which should have beetvadded to
the State School Fund. And now these
gentlemenly Regents — these repre
sentatives of the little money aristoc
racy which aspires to rule six hundred
thousand people—would like to con
vert the proceeds of all this money to
their own use. It cannot be done.
The real value of the State University
has never been apparent to the masses,
and the usefulness of the establish
ment is now so impaired that for all
practical purposes it might as well be
closed until such time as it can be
placed under the control of a Board of
Regents selected from among the peo
ple and in whom the people have con
fidence. The feeling of democracy is
yet too strong on tho Pacific coast
to be controlled by a coterie so small
in mental power and so limited in
golden strength. The alleged inca
pacity of Professor Carr for the posi
tion he has so long held as an excuse
for his removal, is, to use a common
term, too thin—so transparent that it
will deceive no one. The real, and
perhaps the sole cause of his removal,
is found in the conflict of social caste
which has been so long carried on in
the University. It is to be regretted
that the wives of Professors will let
the length of a trail or the texture of
a dress to influence their social inter
course with each other, but when a
Professor's broad-toed shoes, and old
fashioned coat are urged as evidence
of his incapacity to fill the chair in
the Agricultural or any other depart
ment of the University, we are reluc
tantly impelled to the conclusion that
the internal commotions of the insti
tution are so violent that nothing
short of a thorough reorganization will
fit it for the usefulness we have a right
to expect from an establishment that
has cost so much money. The aristo
cratic Gilman and the aristocratic Le
Conte regard Professor Carr as a ple
beian. They detest his democratic hab
its of shaking hands with a tiller of
the soil, and their gorge rises at the
sight of his hob-nailed shoes. The
very name "Department of Agricul
ture " has an offensive sound to the re
fined ears of those delicate-nerved
Professors, and they want It expunged
from the list of studies over which
they preside. They want everything
common—everything that smells of
the laboring class—stricken from the
University programme. They want
the concern lavender-scented, gilt
edged, high-toned, shoddy-fled, so that
there will be no more plain-dressed
professor's wives and no more square
toed professors. That they have found
a majority of tho Board of Regents
willing to aid them in freeing the
I ni versity of everything plebeian, the
dismissal of Professor Carr, affords
satisfactory evidence. The University
is worth nothing now, and will con
tinue useless until the next meeting
of the Legislature. When the present
Board of Regents were appointed a
good many people wondered why its
members were selected from among
bankers, capitalists, real estate agents
and speculators, and the conclusion
was finally reached that these men
had been selected from the circum
stance that they were able and would
in time of need financially assist tho
University. These expectations have
not been realized, and there are no
indications that they ever will be.
James Lick gave away three million
dollars, and in dividing up this large
sum he gave endowments to almost
every respectable public institution in
the State. The name of the Univer
sity escaped Mr. Lick's memory.
Whatever sums have been absorl>ed
in the University, either in bniltling
or conducting, have come from the
people. The tide-land product and
the $700,000 State endowment were
the money of the people. Rich men
have given tbe University the go-by
when in the donation humor, and
there Is no reason why it should be
run in their Interests, and that of a
few kid-gloved professors. The peo
ple will remedy tho mistakes now so
apparent at the next Legislature.
The aspect of the conflict In the
South has somewhat changed. In
South Carolina the negroes are fight
ing among themselves and already a
number have been killed. Scenes of
bloodshed and violence are to be re
gretted; but as those negroes seem de
termined on leading a turbulent,
reckless life, it is to be hoped that
their little family row will continue
until there is nothing more left of the
whole negro tribe than there was of
the Kilkenny cats.
The Kern County Courier is not
satisfied with the management of the
Los Angeles Postofflce, and it is not
at all backward in expressing its dis
satisfaction. We have no disposition
to take up the cudgel in defense of our
Postofflce, nor will we do so, beyond
saying that from the Courier comes
the only complaint we have heard,
while the people generally speak in
terms of commendation of Postmaster
BENTand of the efficiency of his depu
ties.
On the Fourth of July the people of
Visalia broke ground on a seven-mile
railroad. Actual work was not com
menced until the 10th of that month,
and on the 14th of August, one month
and four days later, the locomotive
ran over the entire track. The road
connects the town of Visalia with the
valley road, and belongs to the people
of the town. There is more energy
and enterprise in Visalia than in some
larger towns we have heard of.
Pacific Coast items.
Game is plentiful all over the coast
of Mendocino.
The assessment in Nevada county
foots up $3,684,058.
Santa Barbara county contains 1,912
children of school age.
Large quantities of grain are con
stantly arriving at Stockton, but
nearly all goes into store.
The City Trustees of Watsonville
have made a levy of 00 cents on SIOO
for town purposes.
The fountain basins in the Capitol
grounds have been filled up with earth
and will be converted into flower
beds.
The State Controller, Thursday, is
sued his warrants for the redemption
of $13,105 05 of the State bonds of 1857.
F. A. Hihn and T. Hale, ofthe Santa
Cruz narrow-gauge railroad, are push
ing the work ahead in a very satisfac
tory manner.
No less than fifteen men are work
ing hard for the two Supervisorships
of Sacramento county, to be filled at
election in September.
The Supervisors of Sierra county
have ordered that a new township be
created in that county, to be known as
"Onedia Township."
Four new districts, viz.; Zem Zem,
Lone Tree, Summit and Oak Knoll,
were Thursday created by the Napa
Board of Supervisors.
The Colusa, Lake and Mendocino
Telegraph Company commenced the
work of extending their line from
Bartlett Springs to Lakeport last Fri
day.
The electors of Loconomni School
District, Lake county, will on Satur
day, September 12th,. vote to decide
whether they shall be taxed to build a
new school house.
The Controller of State drew war
rants ou the School Fund in favor of
Sutter county for $900 70; of Yuba
county for $1,690; of San Francisco
county for $24,769 45.
Articles of incorporation of the
Humboldt Bay Mutual Relief Associ
ation were filed in the office of the
Secretary of State Friday; principal
place of business, Eureka, California.
Negotiations are pending for a one
fourth interest in the Benioia flouring
mill, a party from New Zealand con
templating the purchase. The mill,
report says, will be running in less
than a month.
There is a large grove of wild cherry
trees on Scott's creek, about two and
a half miles from Lakeport. Tho
cherries are about half the size of the
ordinary cultivated cherry and of a
bitter taste.
Twelve five hundred-gallon wine
casks were Thursday shipped from the
cooperage of C. Schafer, of Sacramen
to, to Grass Valley, Nevada county,
having been manufactured to the order
of a wine-maker there.
Says the I'kiah DUpati-h: "A good
turnpike is very much needed between
Ukiah and Cloverdale. By it the dis
tance could be shortened to twenty
eight miles, and the cost of a good
road would perhaps not exceed $30,
--000.
Mr. Colter, of Watsonville, who re
ceived the $200,000 legacy from a man
named Jessup, who formerly injured
him, is erecting a handsome mansion
at Watsonville, and contributing to
other improvements in town.
The following Notaries Public were
commissioned Friday: Samuel Ham
ilton, Los Angeles county; Charles W.
Hendel, St-. Louis, Sierra county; Al
bert M. Loomis, San Luis Obispo
county; Daniel C. Owen, Alameda,
Alameda county.
The Indians of Lake county aro
often employed by fanners as help.
Just now those who have been work
ing on farms in Big Valley have
struck for a higher rate of wages than
they have been getting, demanding
two dollars a day.
WANTS—LOST—FOUND.
LOST.-ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF JULY,
either In 1.,0s Angeles or vicinity, it
memorandum pocket-book.contalning a bond
of Northern Pacific Hail road for $100, und
other pupers and memoranda. The Under
wilircclvea suitable reward hy leaving the
same at this otlice. W. ('. M.
an J lm—.l
WANTED -TO KENT—A DWELLING
house in the city, with not less than
four rooms, for a family without children.
Apply at room 10, Lafayette Hotel.
auglB-lw
NIW TO-DAY.
Before Going to Santa Monica
stop iii an.! tret your Clears. I have Just re
ceived a fresh supply oi the Finest Brands of
Imported Cigars and Cigarettes, at very mod
erate prlees.
I. goldsmith,
Main St.. adjoining W. F. 4 (TVs Express.
a6-lw
ROOMS TO LET.
AST IT OF ROOMS, FURNISHKD OR
unfurnished, oau he had at Col. Reel's,
NatS Spring Street. Rooms fronting on the
street and well ventilated. augls-it
NOTICE—PROPOSALS.
SB ALED PROPOSALS WILL HE RE
CBlved at tiie oflice of tho undersigned up
to September Ist, tor Fair Grounds tor the
Agricultural and Mechanical Exposition of
Southern California. The proposals must
specily quantity, location and terms.
By Order Ofthe Hoard of Directors.
JOHN S. THOMPSON,See.
Los Angeles, August 17, 1874. ougkS
Improved Order of Red Men.
MEMBERS IN UuuD STANDING IN
the Improved Order of Red Men are re
quested to meet at No. 41, Temple isiock, on
Tuesday evening, August 25, 1874, for the pur
pose ot taking Into oonsiderarion the propri
ety of organizing a Trihe In Los Angeles.
T. J. CAYSTTLE, Caloma Tribe, No. 29.
1.. M. HOLT, of owaged Tribe. No. 39.
E. S. MOFFITT. of Owasso Tribe, No. 89.
aug 18-td
CO-OPERATIVE NURSERY AND FRUIT
COMPANY.
Notioc to Slo< 5i h.»l<l« i—..
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A REQUEST
of two-thirds of the stockholders of the
Company, I hereby give notice that there will
be a special meet lug of the stockholders at the
otlice of the Secretary, No. 41 Temple Block,
on Saturday, September oth, 1874, at 2P. St.,
for the purpose of taking into consideration
the propriety of amending Section 2 of Article
IV, ofthe By-laws of said Company.
Dated at Los Angeles, Cal., this 17lh day of
August, 1874. THOS. A. GAREY, Pres.
By L. M. Holt, Secretary. augistd
NOTICE.
WE, THE UN DE RSIGN ED, UNDER TIIE
linn name of PFEIFFENBERGER &
SHAUER, have this day purchased the
WOOLEN MILL STORE, with all of the
goods and fixtures belonging thereto, located
on the corner of Los Angeles and Commer
cial streets. We shall be glad to accommo
date all ofthe former patrons of the estab
lishment and many new ones. The best of
goods—domestic and imported—sold at the
most reasonable figures. Goods made up to
order in tho latest style.
LOUIS PFEIFFENBERGER,
HENRY SHAKER.
I,os Angeles, Saturday, August 13th,
auglS-tf.
Dancing Academy
AT
ORANGE I I A I, 1,.
PROF. A. OILE,
From the Corps dv Ballette of Berlin, who
has arrived in this city, will open a course of
lessons foreign! months.
TIME OE LESSONS:
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
For Ladles and Gentlemen at 8 t». >f.
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY,
For Children, from I to t! j>. It.
Price tot Ladles and Gentlemen, (5 a month.
" Children, 4 "
Oll'iec Hours, from 8 to 12 A. M. and 2to 4 p,
M., at tiie Lafayette Hotel. aglo-lm
SEASIDE HOTEL
HO! FOR THE BREAKERS!
Steadman & Wolf
lIAVK Or-KNED A
SUMMER HOTEL 1 RESTAURANT
AT
SAIN T Ay. MONICA.
VISITORS AND CAMPERS CAN OHTAIN
meals, which will be served in the very
best style, thus avoiding the trouble and an
noyance of out-door cooking and camp-fires.
A large tent has been erecied, where parties
can have the best of LODGINGS, and enjoy
the novelty of seaside camp life during the
sultry weather, with all the comforts of a
honu. Charges Reasonable. [Jy24tf—s
E A CLE M Its LB.
V. WEBER &, CO.
HAVING LEASED THE EAGLE MILLS
—formerly known as Steams' Mill—have
thoroughly overhauled the same, and put in
New Machinery,
At an expense of over $3,000, and are now pre
pared to do all kinds of GRIST WORK on
satisfactory terms.
Also keep on hand
FLOURS,
MEALS,
CRACKED CORN
AND BRAN.
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT.
Alameda street, above tue City. Jyl2tf ft
THE OREA.T
IRRIGATING PUMP!
OF THE DAY.
MH. W. T. CLAPP HAVING LOCATED
permanently in Los Angeles, will attend
to me business pertaining to the
:Wilcox Steam Wator Lifter
For me in Los Augeles county. My patrons
will find Mr. Clapp to be a fair anil honorable
business man. Call and see him at his resi
dence, Sau Gabriel OrangeGiove Association,
Man Gabriel, or address P. O. Box 78, Los An
geles. ALLEN WILCOX.
Wan Francisco, May 17, 1874. jy2Btf—4
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 authorised to act for, or represent said
company, unless by written authority from
the said S. Hellman.
Los Angeles, July 18th, 1874. auglo-2t
St. Vincent's College,
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.
Studies) will be Resumed
ON MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1874.
augl
PURE BLOODED POULTRY
KilBH For Sale:
LIGTHT NtAHMAfI S3 per doz.
WHITE LEGHORNS 93 "
From stock of tho purest breed.
The White Leghorns aro the best layers
known.
Apply to P. O. Box 157. Jljrzii-in-i—"
Patrons of L. A. Water Company.
TAKE NOTICE—IN ORDER TO ERECT
Hydrants, the water will be shut off in
the whole city to-day, the 15th, between
.'1 and 4 t*. M. On Monday and Tuesday, the
17th aud 18lh, on Main Street, at same hours'
auglo-td C. K. MILES, Supt.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
New Furniture Store!
Herberger & Johannsen,
UPHOLSTERERS
AND
Cabinet Makers
(If, S. HOTEL BUILDING).
Requena St., Los Angeles,
Call attention to their New Furniture and Up
holstery {Establishment.
Furniture of every description manufactured
on the premises.
Mr. C. Herberger being a practical Uphols
terer and Mr. Johannsen a thoroughly prac
tical Cabinetmaker, the iirmoffer udvantuges
to purchasers afforded by no other house.
New and Fashionable
StjleJ of Parlor, Bedroom, Dining aud Kitch
en Furniture always on hand.
UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING
Attended to promptly. Satisfaction guaran
teed, ngiu-lm
Excursion Tickets!
GOOD ALL, NELSON &, PERKINS'
STEAMSHIP LINE.
AT THE REQUEST OF THE
Managers ofthe Mechanic's Industrial
Fair, to be held at San Francisco, and for tho
convenience of visitors from this district, this
Company will issue
EXCURSION TICKETS
Dining the continuance ofthe Fair, for
EIGHTEEN DOLLARS
Forthe round trip, which will bo good for re
turn on the vessels of Pacific Mail Steamship
Company, If so desired.
We are now prepared to issue these Tickets
commencing
TUESDAY, AUCUST 25TH, 1874.
alltd J. L, WARD & CO., Agts.,43 Main st.
Excursion Tickets!
PACIFIC MAILJTEAMSHIP CO.
MECHANICS AND AGRICULTURAL
IT A I R .
THE PACIFIC MAIL BTEAM-
Bnip Company, in order to meet tho
wishes of patrons and the publio generally of
Los Angeles and San Bernardino
Counties, have deckled to issue Excursion
Tickets
TO SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN,
Good between the dates of August 11th and
September 20th, either on steamers of this
line or those of Messrs. Goods! I,Nelson & Per
kins, for the price of
tlio Bound Trip.
Cabin passage, Berths and Meals included.
Parties desirous of visiting the FAIRS of the
Mechanics' Institute and Bay District Fair
Ground Association,
Held between these dates, will he accom
modated on the Large and Commodious
Steamers of this line, enabling them to enjoy
a delightful excursion at this exceedingly iow
rate.
For Tickets and other information apply at
the oflice of the Company, Main St., opposite
Com merclal.
augiatdj H. McLELLAN, Agent.
*'It ' A£S«s»; BO Vg3?ls>*
gj| S. NORDLINGEFt, M
W\TTAT<TIMAKEIt AND JEWEL- C|
-iLj TT 88, No. 3 Commercial street, JL
UJB Los Angeles. Cal. Watches, Clocks 191
pnjjaiidJewelry repaired and warranted. M
PIONEER
SADDLE AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY.
S. C. FOY Proprietor.
"ESTABLISHED IN 1864.
Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re
tail dealer in all kinds of Saddlery and Har
ness.
The best brands of Saddle, Harness, and
Sole Leather, always on handjind lor sale at
wholesale and retail.
No. 17 Los Angeles Slrci-ct,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
nol.Vtf—6
JOHN PURPURA'S
BARBER SHOP,
SPRING ST., NEXT DOOR TO
Noyus <t Dnrfee's Auction Store. Shav
ing, Halr-cuttiug and Shampooing done In
the latest style of the art. French, Spanish
and Italian spoken. JlyUMf— ;t
lAMI AM HAPPY* TO~INFORM THE
citizens of Los Angeles and vicinity
that I am now prepared to furnish Coal In
quantities to suit, at the most reasonable
rates, at my old stand, corner of Spring and
Court sts. lauglti-lm) LR. FERGUSON.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE
to Lan franco's Building, Main street,
above thu Drug Store of C. F. Hcln/.eman A
Co. Will give particular attention to EYE
and EAR DISEASES. Ottice hours: From I)
to II a. m., from 2to 4 P. St., and from « to il p.
ME. Resilience: Ruenavista street. attghl
WANTED.
A ROY ABOUT FOURTEEN OR
fifteen years old, who lives with tils
parents, aud can come well recommended.
Apply to P.O. Box 3H.1, or at the Herald
office. auglU 3t
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CLOSING OUT SALE!
AT
THE CAPITOL
GOODS
At the lowest rates In tlie present market to
make room for an oxtenslvo stock of
Fall and Winter Goods
Soon to arrive dlrict from New York, which
we will also oftfcr to the public at very reason
able rates, wholesale and retail.
DRY GOODS,
FANCY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS'
CLOTHING,
MADE UP IN TIIE LATEST STYLE.
ALSO
c Jl, jBL i* err n
And 011-Olotll*.
OF A T.I. DKSCItIFTION.H,
Whic'j will be offered to the public at
Lower Rates than the Lowest,
The public are cordially invited to attend and
examine our Immense stock
— AT —
THE CAPITOL,
SPRING STREET
Nearly Opposite the Postofflce
M. EDWARDS. M. lIOFF.
a 033 3m— 30Ji
PIANOS
X" O Jl Js* JL lv E
In Easy Installments.
Large Discount for Cash
HALLET, DAVIS & CO S
OF BOSTON,
Are the best and cheapest instruments now
in use on this coast.
«fcS" Tbe following parties havo purchased
them In this city, and we refer to them, with
their consent:
HON. M. MORRIS,
D. V. -SVALDRON, Esq.,
SAMUEL PRAGEK, Esq.,
L. 11. TITUS, Esq.,
W. E. EDGAR, ESQ.,
\V. WILSON, Esq.,
W. WOODWORTH, Esq.,
H. C. AUSTIN, Esq.,
R. PICK), Esq.
WM. G. BADGER, San Francisco,
7 and » Sansome street,
SOLE AGENT OF THE PACIFIC
COAST.
I. 10. COHN,
Traveling l Agent.
PIANOS, PIANOS
ORGANS.
TO THOSE A ROUT PURCHASING A
Piano or Organ, I would recommend
them to wait until tho
25TH DAY OF AUGUST,
Or thereabouts, as I purpose opening a
Piano Forte Store,
In Los Angeles, about that time, with a lull
and com pie to stock of instruments, as fol
lows:
Four grand square, ni octave piuuos, by
Hal let Davis. ' •
Two small size pianos, by Hallet Davis.
Two full-si.c Square octaves, by Dun
ham.
Four seven octaves, hy Voso, Roston.
Two seven octaves, by Ronnie,
l'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 available in Los Angeles. I
shall be prepared to take as part payment
second-hand Instruments In exchange, etc.
A. H. HAVELL,
Sole Agent, of the Hallet Davis Pianos, for
Southern California.
Pianos tuned, repaired, bought, sold or ex
changed. Pianos for rent. augll-tf
SALE.
Qf W \ BUCKS, 18 MONTHS OLD
»)vV/ raised from Ewes shearing ten
pounds ol Woid annually—Colonel Holllster's
stock. Price, fclO to $15. Apply to
alVlro EL WOOD COOPER.
Santa Rarbara.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Immense Sacrifice!
ZR. S LAN ZHI ~Y~ 7 S
MAMMOTH
BOOT & SHOE STORE
Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts.
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
500 Prs. Men's Tap-soled Call Boots, Isi quality, $6 00, for
merly $750.
500 Prs. Men's Single-soled Calf Boots, Ist quality, $5 50, for
merly $7.
500 Prs. Men's Calf Boots, 2d quality (San Francisco make)
$4 50, formerly $6.
500 Prs. Boys' Calf Boots, Ist qual., $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,Tst qual., $3 50, formerly $5.
500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, $3 25,' formerly $4 50.
500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, Ist qual., $4 50, formerly $5 50.
Misses' and Children's Shoes equally as Cheap.
IQP Anyone who reads these prices can Bee that I sell my Splendid ami
Well-assorted .Stock of Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Wear cheaper than any
house in the city.
I must clear out my present Stock at once to make room for the extensive
Winter Assortment now arriving. auglotf
WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL
(FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.).
REQUENA STREET, _OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL.
I>EALEI*SBi UN
3Paints,
Oils,
A 7 ZXl'lliHllOSi,
Xsi*iislios, mh<l
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Cilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES
AGENTS FOB THK
California Chemical Paint Company.
LIBERAL IjNjOTJOEMEjXXS OFFERED
— TO — myAJin, ia
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
hotel,
Muiu Street, Los .Aiipreles.
A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
THE SLEEPING APARTMENTS
Are large and well ventilated, and In the best possible condition.
THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET.
No expense will be spared to make tbe Hotel equal to any <>n the Coast. a26-tf—6
Cheaper tlian tiie Cheapest !
J. D. GUERRERO,
Corner of Plaza, above the Catholic Church, wishes to inform the public in
in general that he M ill sell from this date his entire stock of
DRY GOODS.
Clothing-, Hoots, Shoes, Ilivts nnU I"aiit»y Ooods
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, Liquors and Cigars, at reduced prices, in order to make room
for a Summer Stock of Goods ©saT Every tiling will be sold at San Francisce
cost—but positively for cash. Jf. D. GUERRERO,
jy!stf-5 Cor. Plaza, T. P. Campbell's old stand, Los Angeles, Cal.
UNION STABLES,
MAIN ST.. NEAR PICO HOUSE.
ASKIN & HEWITT,
PROPRIETOR.
rriHW FIRST-CLASS EBTAB-r___3__t>
J_ llshment being complete in all .£j§Ey__v
its branches, is ready to accommodate the
public in tiie best manner. The capacity of
this stable is'greater than tiiat of any oilier in
Southern California.
Horses aud Uuggics ami Carriages, with
careful driveis, to let by the day or Week.
Horses boarded and 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- 1
tourers. iDtMkn
Genuine Havana Cigars
AT 12. CENTS EACH,
THKKE FOR SO CENTS: FIVE FOR «1.
Domest lei 5 for 25 cents—s for 50 cts.
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO
The best, cheapest and largest assortment
in Los Angeles, Call, judge lor yourself, and
be conV*need that I give more satisfaction for
your money than any other retail bouse here.
LEON,
Old Stand, Main st., opp. Wells, Fargo <fc Co.
aug II lm
FOR SALE.
IS U 6 A( I:Ks FIRST-CLASH LAND UN
IUU der Improvement, near Compton.
Over $2,iitH) worth of improvements on tbe
land. All enolosed. Offered for sale to pay
oil'a mortgage. Title perfect. Apply to W.
It. Malcolm on the premises, or U. W. Mor
gan, Agent, No. I Temple lilock. a7-lm— 2

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