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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19, 1874. Unmasked Itself. A couplet often applied to 9lippery politicians reads something as fol lows: " He wlret In and he wires out, Leaving the people still in doubt; Whether the snake that makes the track. Was going south or coining back." And we are now disposed to tack the card to the back of the San Fran cisco Bulletin. The editorial of that paper, on the dismissal of Professor Carr from the State University, was the most complete piece of dirt-eat ing toadying that has disgusted an intelligent community for some time. The action of the Board of Regents was one which presented no difficul ties to an honest, independent jour nal, but to a two-faced, straddle-the fence, good Lord and good Devil, cowardly sneak like the Bulletin, how to get over the dismissal of Professor without speaking in terms denuncia tory of the Board, was the difficulty. But the Bulletin was equal te the oc casion, It dare not print one word of adverse comment on any act of Swift or Booth. These gentlemen are its idols, and until such time as the chances of the first for Governor are dimmed, and patron age of the second as United States Senator weakened or destroyed, the Bulletin*, will play toady to both and lick the dust from their shoes with the abject obedience of a whipped spaniel. While men of influence do wrong, the Bulletin has not the courage to defend the right. But a curious feature in the Bulletin's policy presents itself at this point. Through Booth, in the Senate, it expects to control the Fed eral patronage of the Pacific Coast, and through Swift, as Governor, it proposes to control the State govern ment. So far, all looks clear enough; but when we remember that Booth's power in the Senate depends entirely upon the Grange support, and the placing of Swift in the Gubernato rial chair, is a feat that can only be accomplished through the Granger's vote, we begin to wonder how the Bulletin expects to secure the vote and support of the Grange while palliating a direct, and apparently a premeditated, insult to every farmer in the State. The dismissal of Professor Carr was in opposition to the wishes of the Grange, and by voting for his dismis sal Messrs. Booth and Swift have placed themselves in antagonism to the people, yet the Bulletin while sup porting their antagonism expects to use the people to maintain one's power in the United States Senate, aud to make the other Governor of the State. In supporting the action of the Re gents the Bulletin has shown the hol low hypocrisy of its independent party professions, and proven that while it pretends to be an advocate of the Grange interests it is in truth an adherent of the money power repre sented by the Regent ring, that open ly insults every Granger in the State. It is now plain that the Bulletin's la bored efforts to draw the Grange into its "independent party" were not from a desire to benefit the laboring classes of the State, but merely to se cure the farmer's vote for the election of its candidates to office. The old hypocrite may succeed in deceiving the farmers hereafter; but after it has so plainly shown its hand it seems in credible that anyone should become its dupe in the future. The whining excuse of the Bulletin that Professor Carr is incompetent is characteristic of the paper, and is assumed for effect. Just here the suggestion comes, why lias not the Professor's incompetency been discovered before ? He has tilled the Chair from which he has just been removed for the past five years. Tf he la incompetent now, he must have been incompetent all the time; and the Regents have proven them selves incompetent for the places they hold by retaining an incompetent Pro fessor so long. No one more thor oughly understands that the charge of incompetency against Professor Cars is a base falsehood than the Bulletin editor, yet he did not dare denounce it as such, on the contrary he was made to handle it on the assumption of its t ruth. How despicable ! At intervals, and apparently in concert, twenty or thirty newspapers, mostly in the country but a few in San Francisco, attack the Sacramento Union with all the vim and vicious ness that marks the poodle's attack upon the sturdy, honest old mastiff. They yelp and bark and whine around it until forbearance ceases to be a vir tue, when by a few well-directed edi torial paragraphs the Union sends the whole pack howling to their kennels. It Is probable puppies would bark if there was no moon, but the sight of the moon always seems to facilitate their yelping. If there was no Union the poodle press would no doubt con tinue to bark, though perhaps less vociferously. Of one thing the howl ers may rest assured, which is that if they were all rolled into one editor and that our editor expanded to his utmost capacity, it would take ten million such editors to make a passa ble substitute for Samuel Seabouou, the editor of the Sacramento Union. Rev. Dr. Regent Horatio Steb nr.vs, who thinks Professor Carr dresses too common to All a Universi ty chair, is a living evidence that a man may serve Qod and Mammon ac ceptably —at least to Mammon. He preaches in Starr Kino's church on Sunday and speculates in stocks all week. We don't know how many souls he has saved, but we know that; he has shaved the outsider out of * handsome fortune on stocks. The Post was quite fierce in Its de nunciation of the Regents when it was rumored they intended to dismiss Pro fessor Cabr, but now that they have really committed the deed, It has nothing to say. Has some of the Re gents wrestled with the Post manage ment and destroyed its professed friendship for Professor Carr and the farmer ? The San Francisco Bulletin meanly intimates that Professor Carr was discharged from the University be cause of incompetency, and then re fuses to publish the Professor's card defending himself against its mean ness. The Examiner says the effusions of the editor of the Post remind it of the writings of Rabelais divested of their wit and wisdom. To understand the depth of this thrust, one must read Rabelais. LETTER FROM SAN FERNANDO. Lime — Honey — Corn — Wbest and To bacco in Prospect—A Fine Openlug for Bee-Keepers. Editor Herald: —I was very much pleased in reading in your yesterday's paper of the grand success of Mr. Beaudry in bringing the water over the hill lands back of your city. Such men as Mr. Beaudry are truly of great value to a city. His enterprise I hope will bring him a rich reward. And now to San Fernando: LIME. We have a new enterprise started in the hills adjoining town. But a short time since we were compelled to pur chase lime that was imported from Santa Cruz county; now there are here three lime kilns in successful opera tion, and it is of a superio* kind, too. honey. This is a great honey-producing sec tion. There is a large belt of country here covered with wild sage, and it is perfectly covered with honey-dew. Tons of honey are shipped from here weekly, and I believe that with proper care and attention enough could be produced here to supply half of the State. There are plenty of little nooks in the mountains adjoining adapted to bee ranches, and they can be got for taking them. corn. In my travels around the country yesterday, I saw a most magnificent field of corn, which will produce fully one hundred bushels to the acre, and it was never irrigated. However, I think with such soil and climate as we have here, the culture of wheat will be more profitable than any other kind of grain. I have heard that Dr. Howard has been very successful in raising tobacco in the vicinity of your city, and this is another article, no doubt, which will in time bring to this section an im mense trade. Yours, San Fernando. San Fernando, August 17, 1874. Something of Interest. From the Kern County Courier. Supervisor Narboe informs us that the line of the Southern Pacific Rail road, in passing Tehachepi, crosses several immense ledges of very fine limestone, to which wood is contigu ous and in exhaustless supply. This is good news for a wide extent of coun try over which the road passes, and particularly so for this section, where one of the most serious drawbacks in the erection of substantial buildings has been the high price of lime, most of what has hitherto been used having been the production of Santa Cruz. He also showed us a fine specimen of emery stone, which abounds in a lo cality contiguous to the road. This we regard as a far more valuable dis covery than mines of the precious metals. The use of this substance in the arts is constantly increasing and t>o is its price. The supply comes en tirely, we believe, from the dominions of Turkey and Greece, and the rock was worth, many years ago, fifty dol lars per ton. It never occurs in veins, but in masses, embedded in secondary strata. To prepare it for use, it is crushed by stamps, and the powder, by an ingenious process, divided into grades of different degrees of fineness and price. We believe these deposits will prove of great value when the road reaches their vicinity. NEW TO-DAY. Before Going to Santa Monica Step in and get your Cigars. I have just re ceived a fresh supply of the Finest Brands of Imported Cigars and Cigarettes, at very mod erate prices. X GOLDSMITH, Main St., adjoining W. F. &. Co.'s Express. aO-lw FOR SALE. A FINE SET OF WALNUT FURNITURE with household utensils complete, in cluding cooking range, carpets, etc., etc., for sale at a bargain, for cosh. Apply at once to MRS. HUGHES, 169 Main street. [al9tf BETHESDA MINERAL SPRING WATER. AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for Brlght's Disease and disorders of the Kidneys and Liver. To be obtained of Druggists and Grocers. For sale by J. L. WARD A CO., Gen. Agents. Testimonials of Its efficacy can be found at our office. augl9 tf NOTICE—PROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSAIJS WILL BE RE ceived at the office of the undersigned up to September Ist, for Fair Grounds for tho Agricultural and Mechanical Exposition of Southern California. The proposals must specify quantity, location and terms. By order of the Board of Directors. JOHN S. THOMPSON, Sec. Los Angeles, August 17,1874. auglB WANTS LOST FOUND. LOST. -ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF JULY, either in t,os Angeles or vicinity, a memorandum pocket-book.contalning a bond of Northern Pacific Railroad for JlOO, and other papers and memoranda. The finder will recive a suitable reward by leaving the same at this office. W. C. M. an 2 lm—3 WANTED —TO RENT-A DWELLING house in tbe city, with not less than four rooms, for a family without children. Apply at room 10, Lafayette Hotel. auglB-lw' NFW ADVERTISEMENTS. Dancing Academy AT GRANGE HALL. PROF. A. OILE, From the Corps dv Bnllettc of Berlin, who has arrived in this city, will open a course of lessons tor eight months. TIME OF LESSONS: TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, For Ladies and Gentlemen at 8 P. M. WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY, For Children, from 1 to C P. it. Price for Ladles and Gentlemen, $5 a month. Children, 4 Office Honrs, from 8 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 r. M., at the Lafayette Hotel. aglS-lm SEASIDE HOTEL HO! FOR THE BREAKERS! Steadman & Wolf HAVE OPENED A SUMMER HOTEL 1 RESTAURANT AT SANTA MONICA. VISITORS AND CAMPERS CAN OBTAIN 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 erected, 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 homt. Charges Beasonable. [Jy24tf—s EAGLE MIL LS. F. WE 13EE Sc 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 tbe City. Jyl2tf 5 CONSTABLE'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION is sued out of Justice J. Wright's Court, of San .lose township, county of Los Angeles, to me directed in favor of John M. Vignon, and against Fernando Miuchago and wif<>, I have seized and shall expose for sale at pub lic auction, for cash in hand, at 1 o'clock A. M. on the 31st day of August, 1874, at Spadra, in front of A. B. Caldwell's store, the following descrbied property, to-wit: The Rancho De La Brea, bounded on the west and north by the lands of the La Puento Rancho, and tbe San Jose creek; the east by section number 20, range 29 west, and 32, of township 2 south, range 9 west, West San Bernardino Meridian, and section 5 and 3 south, range 9 west, San Bernardino Meridian; on the south by the lands of the San Jose, San Judee de Cofer de Natanna. Notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of August, 1874, 1 will sell all the right, title and interest of said Fernando and wife, in and to the above described property at public auction for cash in hand, in gold coin, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said execu tion und cost. Dated August 2d, 1874. T. D. HOLLADAY, Constable, a'.ig 14-td San Jose Twwnship. THE GREAT IRRIGATING PUMP! OF THE DAY. MB. W. T. CLAPP HAVING LOCATED permanently in Los Angeles, will attend to tue business pertaining to the IWilcox Steam Water Lifter For me in Los Angeles county. My patrons will find Mr. Clapp to be afairand honorable business man. Call and see him at his resi dence, San Gabriel Orange Grove Association, San Gubriel, or address P. O. Box 7.!, Los An. gcles. ALLEN WILCOX. San Francisco, May 17, 1874. Jy2Btf—l CO-OPERATIVE NURSERY AND FRUIT COMPANY. Notice to !Si o<-Kliol<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 meeting ot the stockholders at the office of the Secretary, No. 41 Temple Block, on Saturday, September sth, 1874, at 2 P. M., for the purpose of taking Into consideration the propriety of amending Section 2 of Article IV, of the By-laws of said Company. Dated at Los Angeles, Cal., this 17th day of August, 1874. THOS. A. GAREY, Pres. Ily L. M. Holt, Secretary. auglßtd NOTICE. WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, UNDER THE firm name of PFEIFFENBEKGER & 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 of the 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 the latest style. LOUIS PFEIFFENBERGER, HENRY SHAUER. Los Angeles, Saturday, August loth. auglS-tf. NOTICE. rpHE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY 1 notified that the Com pany have authorized Mr. S. Hell man, No. 8 Spring street, Los Angeles, to collect, receive and receipt for all moneys duo 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. Hellinan. Los Angeles, July 18th, 1874. augls-2t St. Vincent's College. I.i IS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. Htudieti will be Resumed ON MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1874. augl PURE BLOODED POULTRY K B ga War Sale: LIGHT BRAHMAB HI run doz. WHITE LEGHORNS 83 " " From stock of the purest breed. The White Leghorns are the best layers kn«wn. Apply to P. O. Box 157. Jly23-ln»—* ———— 1 «c 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, tho 15th, between 3 and 4p. M. On Monday and Tuesday, the 17th aud 18th, on Main Street, at same hours' augls-Ul C. E. MILES, Supt. ROOMS TO LET. A SUIT OF ROOMS, FURNISHED OR unfurnished, can be had at Col. Peel's, No. 62 Spring street. Rooms fronting on the street and well ventilated. auglB-4t Copartnership Notice. MR. JOHN F. HAWLEY, was admitted to our firm August Ist, 1874. suglMOt J. L. WARD A CO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. New Furniture Store! Herberger & Johannsen, UPHOLSTERERS AND Cabinet Makers il T . S. HOTEL BUILDING), Requena St.. Los Angeles, Call attention to their New Furniture and Up holstery (Establishment. Furnltureof every description manufactured on the premises. Mr. C. Herberger being a practical Uphols terer and Mr. Johannsen a thoroughly prac tical Cabinetmaker, the firm offer advantages to purchasers afforded by no other house. New and Fashionable st\ lea of Parlor, Bedroom, Dining and Kitch en Furniture always on hand. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING Attended to promptly. Satisfaction guaran- agl(i-lm Excursion Tickets! GOODALL, NELSON & PERKINS' STEAMSHIP LINE. AT THE REQUEST OF THE Managers of the Mechanic's Industrial Fair, to be held at San Francisco, and for the convenience of visitors from this district, this Company will issue EXCURSION TICKETS During the continuance of the Fair, for EIGHTEEN DOLLARS For the round trip, which will be good lor re turn on the vessels of Pacific Mail Steamship Company, if so desired. We are now prepared to issue these Tickets alltd J. L, WARD <fe CO., Agts.,43 Main st. Excursion Tickets! pacific maillteamship CO, MECHANICS AND AGRICULTURAL FAIR. THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM shin Company, in order to meet the wishes oi patrons and the public generally of Los Aigelcs and San Bernardino Counties, kave decided to issue Excursion Ticket* TO SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN, Good between the dates of August 14th and September 2t)th, either on steamers of this line or those of Messrs. Goodall.Nelson <S Per kins, for the price of the Round 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 be accom modated on the Large and Commodious Steamers of this line, enabling them to eniov a delightful excursion at this exceedingly low rale. For Tickets and other information apply at the office of the Company, Main St., opposite Commercial. aUgUtd] H. McLELLAN, Agent. fl| S. NORDLINQER, A Imltitatchmaker and JEWEL- |ll Pttl o • An"el<v°(' 3 l Co,n " u ' rclul street, JL PflJJan d Jewelry repaired and warranted! K9 PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY. S. C. FOY Proprietor. JgSTABLISHED IN 1854. 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 hand and for sale at wholesale and retail. No. 17 I .oh Angeles Streeet, LOS ANGELES, CAL. nol.Vtf—s JOHN PURPURA'S BARBER SHOP, SPRING ST., NEXT DOOR TO Noyes & Dorfee's Auction Store. Shav ing, Hair-cutting and Shampooing done in the latest style of the art. French, Spanish and Italian spoken. JlyZJLf—3 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 tbe most reasonable rates, at my old stand, corner of Spring aud Court sts. [auglß-lm] I. B. FERGUSON. Dr. Joseph Kurtz, HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE to Lanfranco's Building, Main street, above the Drug Store of C. F. Heluzeman A Co. Will give particular attention fo EYE and EAR DISEASES. Office hours: From 0 to 11 A. M., from 2 to 4 I*. M., and from 8 to 9 p. M. Residence: Buenavista street. auglO WANTED. A BOY ABOUT~FOURTEEN OR fifteen years old, who lives with tils parents, and can come well recommended. Apply to P. o- Box 383, or at the Herald office. augia 3t NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CLOSING OUT SALE! A T THE CAPITOL OF SUMMER GOODS At the lowest rates in the present market to make room for an extensive stock of Fall and Winter Goods Soon to arrive direct from New York, which we will also offer to the public at very reason able rates, wholesale and retail. DRY G-OODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING, Gents' Furnishing Goods HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS' CLOTHING, MADE UP IN THE LATEST STYLE. ALSO CARP E T S Alia Oil-Cloths- OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Whlcb 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 Postoffice M. EDWARDS. M. HOFF. ap23 3m—30% PIANOS i" or* sale 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. BW The following parties have purchased them in this city, and we refer to them, with their consent: HON. M. MORRIS, D. V. WALDRON, Esq., SAMUEL PRAGER, Esq., tm H. TITUS, Esq., \V. F. EDGAR, Esq., W. WILSON, Esq., W. WOODWORTH, Esq., H. C. AUSTIN, Esq., R. PICO, Esq. WM. G. BADGER, San Francisco, 7 and » Sunsome street, SOLE AGENT OF THE PACIFIC COAST. i. c. corny, Traveling Agrent. PIANOS, PIANOS ORGANS. TO THOSE ABOUT PURCHASING A Piano or Organ, I would recommend them to wait until the 25TH DAY OF AUCUST, Or thereabouts, as I purpose opening a Piano Forte Store, In Los Angeles, about that time, with a full and complete stock of instrument*, as fol lows: . Four grand square, V/ t octave pianos, by Hal let Davis. Two small size pianos, by Hallet Davis. Two full-sUe square ~y t octaves, by Dun ham. Four seven octaves, by Vose, Boston. Two seven octaves, by Bourne. Two 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. uugll-tf FOR SALE. OAA BUCKS, 18 MONTHS OLD *J \J\J raised from Ewes shearing ten pounds of Wool annually—Colonel Hollister"s stock. Price, 110 to 815. Apply to alo-lm ELWOOD COOPER. Hanta Barbara. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. Immense Sacrifice! S I_i .A. 2sT IE ~Y~ 9 S MAMMOTH BOOT & SHOE STORE Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE F.QH 30 DAYS OJVT^Y, m 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, 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, Ist 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. fisaT Anyone who reads 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 Stock at once to make room lor the extensive Winter Assortment now arriving. auglotf 11 1 .Ml ■ in 1— !.■ ■ .in 1 1 ..ill. 11 r—— ..I WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL. DEALERS lIS Paint*. Oils, Varnishes, Srushes, am! Glass. Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGKNTS FOR THE California Chemical Paint Company. LIBERAL lI\r>TJCE]MEI>iTS OFFERED TO' —- iuvs 3m MS PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. HOTEL, Mit in Street, Low A-iifyelcis. ————— * A First-class House • - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. T M SC M \U X IC L» I !N (i A.I j AIRTM.KNTS Are large aud 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 the Hotel equal to any on the Coast. a26-tf—6 Cheaper ilian tlio Cheapest ! J. D. GUERRERO. Corner of Plaza, above the Catholic Church, wishes to inform the public in in general that he will sell from this date his entire stock of DRY GOODS. < lot hi n(>-. Hoots, Shoes, HutM tind Fimoy Goods 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 slop" Everything will be sold at San Francises cost—but positively for cash. J. 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, PROPRIETORS. THIS FIRST-CLASS ESTAB-CjfCßjp lishment being complete In all Its branches, Is ready to accommouate the public In the best manner. The capacity of this sluble ls'grcater thuu that of any other in Southern California. Horses and Buggies und 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 tomers. u6tt-2m Genuine Havana Cigars AT 12A CENTS EACH, THREE FOR 50 CENTS: FIVE FOR SI. Domestic: 5 for 25 cents—6 for 50 ots. CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO The best, cheapest and largest assortment in Los Angeles, call, Judge lor yourself, and be convinced that I give more satisfaction for your money than any othorretail bouse here. LEON, Old stand, Main st., opp. Wells, Furgo & Co autf II Im FOR SALE. 1 i \l\ ACHES FIRST-CLASS LAND UN- Iv/v der improvement, near Compton. Over 42,000 worth of Improvement* on tha land. All enclosed. Offered for Bala to pay Off a mortgage. Title perfect. Apply to W. R. Malcolm on the premises, or O. w. Mor gan, Agent, No. 4 Temple Block. a7-lm— 2