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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
THURSDAY SEPT. 3, 1874.
The most popular movement that
has attracted the attention of our citi
zens for a long time is that of the Los
Angeles and Coast Railroad Company.
The stock is sought for by all elassess
of the community and the success of
the scheme is admitted.
Mb. Davis will return to this city
in three or four days with five of the
Alden fruit evaporators. The build
ing for these fruit dryers is now in
course of erection and will be ready
for occupancy on their arrival. It is
worthy of note that the evaporators of
Mr. Davis will be provided with all
modern improvements of Mr. Alden
the inventor of this popular process of
fruit drying.
The "Herald."
Perhaps, all things considered, the
Herald is more generally and more
widely read than any other paper pub
lished in the State of California. The
San Francisco papers have a larger
circulation and meet the eye of a
greater number of readers, but they
are read for news—general news—and
not for local information. When peo
ple seek for topographical, geological,
climatical and statistical knowlege
concerning Southern California, and
especially relative to that garden spot
and Paradise of the mundane world—
the Los Angeles Valley — they read
the daily or weekly Herald. The
Herald Publishing Company has
done more in the way of disseminat
ing correct and valuable information
relative to the agricultural wealth,
mineral resources and climatic advan
tages of the Southern Coast counties
than all the other newspapers ever
published in this part of the State.
The Herald is read at home and
abroad, and while it endeavors to give
all the information possible relative
to this portion of the State, it in no
instance goes beyond facts, and in
every instance relates what it knows
and what its friends relate. Its policy
has been to tell the truth and defend
the right. It is that policy which has
drawn forth hundreds of letters like
the subjoined:
MILFORI) (III.), August 21, 1874.
Editor Herald: A friend living nwar
Compton sends me a copy of your paper i No.
38ofvolume 1), which I pronounce OK. I
like a man that has pluck enough io defend
right against wrong, no matter from what
quarter the wrong comes. Yours truly,
J. C. Johnson.
Such letters are encouraging; they
tell us that we have not failed in our
undertaking; they assure us that the
task of the Herald is being accom
plished—that its work is telliug.
State University.
The most unpopular institution in
the State of California at this mo
ment, is the concern known as the
State University. The State Univer
sity is an educational institution. It
has cost the State and the people of
California little less than one thous
and dollars per annum for each stu
dent who has availed himself of the
uiuniflcient offers extended to those
youths thirsty for knowledge. It is
an unpopular, a disreputable concern,
and we doubt if the people ever con
ceive a feeling of confidence in it. It
is managed by a small coterie of aris
tocrats and shoddyites. The commit
tee or circle who passed sentence on
Professor Carr thought he was too
much of a people's man, that he did
not wear fine shirts nor fashionable
boots, and that he afliliated too
closely with those who tilled the soil,
and they thought this ample grounds
for recommending his removal. Well,
it may be all right, but we doubt it.
The farmers of this State are
alive and vigilant; they do not intend
to be imposed upon, and the State
University, although it has a shrewd
and wide-awake Board of Regents,
cannot deceive the people into the be
lief that the institution is worthy the
public confidence. As stated at the
outset, the State University is an un
popular and withal a disreputable con
cern.
The Route.
There are three routes over which
the Southern Pacific Railroad may
pass through the mountains to be
penetrated before we shall close the
gap between Bakerslield and San Fer
nando. All of these routes are rough,
aud it is probable that no matter
which of the three the company se
lects, they will have reason to wish
they had taken one of the others be
fore the road is built. On all the
grade is fully up to the maximum, and
the only advantage that is now per
ceptible is in distance—one being some
fifty miles shorter than the others.
The short route is through Castaca
Cafion, by Elizabeth Lake, and en
tering the San Joaquin Valley nearly
opposite Bakersfield. It is probable
this will be the route selected by the
company. There are now parties out
examining the lay of the land, and on
their report will depend the location
of the road. Within a few weeks af
ter the route is selected, the Atlantic
and Pacific Telegraph Company's
wires will stretch along the entire dis
tance aud we shall have a competing
telegraph line that will bring us the
latest news.
On Sunday, August 23d, James Dris
col was shot and instantly killed by
Matthew Murray, the keeper of a sa
loon about live miles west of Jacinto,
Colusa county. Murray came to Col
usa and surrendered himself to the au
thorities, claimiug rhat the killing
was done iv self-defense.
LETTER FROM NIETOS.
The OrsDjr — Improvement)* of tb?
Town Houses on Wheel* Prepara
tions* for Camp* .Meeting — Busy
Times.
Editor Herald: Silver Orange in
itiated a class in the fourth degree
Saturday last, at the conclusion of
which a harvest feast was spread
which was in every way worthy of
the good sisters who prepared it.
There was an ample supply of every
thing one not over fastidious might
wish. Mr. Wm. Caruthers, W. T.,
brought in some peaches grown upon
his place, which deserve mention for
their extra large si/e. Every mem
ber went away more than ever fa
forably Impressed with the social
feature of the Grange. At present
there are #bout one hundred and
thirty members and applications are
still being made.
This place is improving very fast.
Two days ago a carpenter said he bad
applications to work on three build
ings at the same time. The remain
ing business houses of Gallatin are
being brought here as fast ns men
with teams can bring them, which is
at the rate of one to three a day.
Frankel Bros, have removed their
buildings, bringing with them the
postoffice. Of course the name of the
ofllce has not been changed by its
being transferred to this place, nor is
it likely to be changed. Judge Craw
ford is having the streets graded and
otherwise improved. Tlie present is a
favorable time to invest in town lots.
Situated in the midst of a fertile sec
tion, admirally adapted to raising
fruits and the cereals, this must con
tinue to be a thriving village. Hands
arc pushing the work of extending
the railroad to Anaheim. This ren
ders this place a fixture. There is no
danger of its being necessary to move
again. As advertised in the Herald,
men are preparing an arbor for
the old-fashioned camp-meeting
which is to begin at their grounds one
mile east of this place at New River,
next Friday. That is a glorious coun
try for a camp-meeting! No rain nor
fear of it. It is rumored that an extra
train will run to this place from Los
Angeles during the continuation of
the meeting to enable persons living
in Los Angeles to visit the meeting
and return on the same day. What
with building houses, moving old
ones, opening streets, building rail
road and preparing for camp-meeting,
this community presents a lively ap
pearance just now. P.
Nietos Station, Sept. 1, 1574.
New Grange.
Editor Herald: I herewith send
you the names of the ofticers of the
San Jacinto Grange, San Diego
county, which T organized on the 29th
ult.: Master, T. It. Henry; Overseer,
G. A. Collins; Lecturer, J. M. Benson;
Steward, John Wakefield; Assistant
Steward, James Carroll; Chaplain,
Mrs. Mary Heroday; Treasurer, John
Flanagan ; Secretary, Mas. Martha
Collins, Gate-keeper, Allan Burr; Ce
res, Mrs. Rosaline Fowler; Pomona,
Miss Mary Worthington; Flora, Miss
Jenny Marine; Lady Assistant Stew
ard, Mrs. J. E. Benson.
Thos. A. Garey,
Deputy P. of H.
Los Angeles, Sept. I, 1874.
A Cause of Longevity.
Dr. Madison Marsh of Port Hudson,
Louisiana, writes in the Philadelphia
Medical and Surgical Reporter an ar
ticle on the Jews and Chiristians, in
which he states that from his own ob
servation and from inquiries he has
made, he believes that the former race
enjoys almost an immunity from con
sumption. He also finds from statis
tics that Jews have a longer average
longevity than Christians. Tables
compiled in Germany, France and
England reveal the astonishing facts
that in the first live years of the life of
one hundred of children of Jews,
twelve died; of one hundred of Chris
tians, twenty-four die. Among one
hundred Christians, thirty-eight at
tain to seventy years, and fifty-four
among Jews. 'Thirteen Christians at
tain to eighty years, while twenty
seven Jews attain to the same age. in
endeavoring to attix tin explanation to
these singular results, tlie doctor's
faith oscillates between miraculous
interference ami the avoidance of
pork.
It is the avoidance of pork that does
it; at least that is enough to account
for a still greater difference in lon
gevity. F. M. Shaw.
The Territories.
The Sunday Law has been repealed
at Walla Walla.
California fruit is now on sale in
Helena, Montana.
A Walla Walla paper of last Satur
day says: "New grain is coming in
in small lots, but we are sorry to say
that the ruling prices are very low —
the prices per bushel for oats, barley
and wheat all ranging from thirty to
forty cents."
The Leader says that the wool and
hide shipments from West Los Ani
mas, Colorado, for two weeks ending
August 14th, have amounted to 174,000
pounds. A small proportion, proba
bly one-fourth of this, was hides.
During tlie same period 122,110 pounds
of lead and eighteen carloads of cattle
were shipped; also, by express, $7,594
worth of gold, and 514,333 worth of
silver bullion. The bullion was from
the mines of New Mexico.
•Tenry Spaulding, Deputy Master of
the Patrons of Husbandry, organized
Steptoe Grange, Whitman county, W.
T., on August 2d, witli 20 members—
J. 0. Mattheny, Master, and S. M.
Neft', Secretary; Palouse Grange, Au
gust 7th, witli 21 members—S. H. Bur
lingame, Master, and M. Downing,
Secretary; Charity Grange, August
20th, with 20 members—Wm. C. Pear
son, Master, and J. H. Robinson, Sec
retary.
Killed by a Compositor.
Such was the verdict of tho Coron
er's jury on the case. The circum
stances were as follows: He loved
madly, passionately. His fair one
smiled, and all was going well. His
suit was safe; but in an evil moment
he conceived the dangerous idea of
clinching it, so to speak, with a poem.
He wrote his poem iv a moment of
heavenly inspiration, and sent it to
the village weekly. It began thus:
Maud Mary Jane Pllkinton Filer,
White skirted marvel ot duty—
The wide world can never beguile her,
My gold-headed, blue-belted beauty.
It was a pretty poetic flower as it
stood, but the compositorial Goth laid
his typographical hand upon it, and
when it appeared "skirted" was spell
ed with an "h,"and "belted" nad
two "Pa" in it and an "i." And so
they laid him tearfully away beneath
the daisies, and rendered a verdict as
above.
Last Wednesday* night the dwelling
of W. H. Williams, about eight miles
west of Colusa, wax entirely destroyed
by Are. The family barely had time
to escape wtth their lives. The loss
was about $1,500, uninsured.
Esteban Bonia, aged 47 years, nnd
resident at San Luis (Teeki was mur
dered Wednesday night by his son-in
law, C. M. Laeostn, who 'shot him in
the mouth, the ball ranging upward,
killing liim instantly. Cause, family
dissensions.
Some persons at Marysville, Friday
morning, imagined that they were
about to enjoy the sensation of a
cloud-burst. But alas for the vanity
of human expectations, the commo
tion was caused by a tank on top ofthe
water-works building overflowing.
At a recent meeting of the stock
holders of the Star Telegraph Compa
ny, of Santa Cruz, the following offi
cers were elected: Robert EfTey, Pres
ident; Leroy Fargo, Vice President;
Frank D. Pray, Secretary and Treas
urer; Samuel Willey, General Super
intendent*
The Placer Herald says a project is
on foot for constructing a street rail
road in Auburn.
NEW TO-DAY.
Self Praise is no Recommendation,
But where every body says that T keep the
best Cigars In the city, then I must believe it
also. Any one not yet convinced ot the tact
should COtne at once to purchase Cigars nt
I. GOLDSMITH,
Main St., adjoining W. F. A Co.'s Express.
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NOTICE.
THE M EMBERS OFTHE LOS ANGELES
Debating Society are requested to attend
the meeting Friday evening at 7:.i0 o'clock, as
there is business of great Importance to come
before the meeting. Varied and interesting
literary exercises have been prepared for tlie
occasion. The citizens of Los Angeles city
und vicinlt v are invited to attend.
•epS-td
l<*Oli SALE.
A THIRTY-LIGHT Atmospheric Gas Ma
chine, new and in good working order.—
Will be sold at less than cost.
S. C. FOY,
sepStl No. 17 Los Angeles St.
J. C. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS,
DOORS, WINDOWS. BLINDS.
Posts, Shakes-
Plaster Paris,
CEMENT and HAIR.
Comer of Alameda and First streots.
W. W. ROBINSON,
AGENT for Los Angeles.
Hotmail's team ready in yard to deliver or
ders. sep3tf
LOOK TO YOUR FIRE!
GREAT KEDTTCTIUN
— IN —
C O jV. !!
From 524 to $18, S2O and $22,
According to quality, per ton, at
I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent)
GOAL YARD,
Corner of Spring and Court streets,
LOS ANdKLES, CAI,. SCp3
C. r. CHAMBEKI.IN, C. A. NANCROKT,
Late of St. Louis, Mo. Los Angeles.
CHAMBERLIN El BANCROFT,
SUCCESSORS TO
KIMBALL & BANCROFT,
Real Estate Brokers,
- AnD —
INSURANCE _AGENTS,
City and County property bought and ex
changed'
N"o. 21 Spring sit reft.
Nearly Opposite Postoffice, Los Angeles.
sepo-lm
Express, copy.
~ AUGUST PIEPENBURG,
The lender of the new Low Angeles Cornel
Band, will have a
GRAND OPENING
At ills SALOON, Requena street, U. S. Hotel
buiuding, on
Saturday evening, Sept., sth. 1874.
The finest lunch will b> served on this oc
casion. ALL ARE INVITED. sep2td
SAMUEL NORTON
Has Just returned from the East with a largo
stock of
<jr O O I> ISJ
Of all kinds and qualities,
He will sell you 13 yards oj Culico for
OJVE DOLLAR.
No. 1 Arcadia Block, aos Angeles street,
(Caswell & Ellis' old stand.)
aug.'M-lin
FOR SALE.
A GOOD GENTLE FAMILY HORSE for
sale. Also, double top Buggy.
Apply to a. El-Bred,
Cor. jlh and Charity Sts., adjoining Belle
vue Terrace. SSpl-IW 4
NOTICE.
-VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Bids
J_> will he received by the Common Coun
cil at its session of September loth, 1871, for
the building ofthc Main Street Sewer, accord
ing to specifications furnished by the City
Surveyor. The Council reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
M. KREMER,
sep2td Clerk ofthe Common Council.
SHEEP WANTED.
YjIIFTEEN HUNDRED to 2,000 EWBS OO
Ji shares. Address, stating terms,
c. c. p.,
Santa Ana, Los Angeles Co., Cal.
sepl-lw*
FORSALE.
I i U 1 ACRES FIRST-CLASS LAND UN
±\J\J der improvement, near Compton.
Over jj.ooo worth of improvements on the
land. All enclosed. Ottered for sale to pay
On a mortgage. Title perfect. Apply to W.
It. Malcolm on the premise*, or G. W. Mor
gan, Agent, No. 1 Temple Block. a7-lm—2
NOTICE.
A SPECIAL MEETING ofthe Los Angeles
Literary and Social Club will be held in
til :ir hall, on Wednesday evening, Sep. 2d, ut
"IV, o'clock. All the members arc requested
to he present, as business of Importance will
be laid before them. By order of the
PRESIDENT.
P. Conk, Sec'ty. sept-2t
—^i
WANTS—LQBT—FPU N D.
WAN iED IMMEDIATELY.— A WET
NURSE. Apply at Dr. Stanway's.
augisif
WANTED— A GOOD MAN to attend stable
and garden. Wages fin per month and
board. None but first class men need uppiy.
J. JONES,
aug2B-lw* No. 8 Arcadia Block.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MONEY TO LOAN
ONE PER CENT. PER MONTH!!
- in ivn OK —
$2,500 to $50,000,
- HY TBI —
Savings Union of San Francisco!
In the ordinary mode.
By the SAVINGS ANl> LOAM .SOCIETY, on
, the Instalment, plan.
The expense Of Obtaining money ftOU these
Institutions, Including surveyors report and
examination of title will he one and one-half
percent, on all amounts under $10,000. For
all ahove that, such as can he agreed upon
wiih the botrower. Applications received by
W. 11. BROOKS. '
sepl-lm No. 8 Downey Block.
GRAND EXHIBITION
OIL PAINTINGS I
At the Sales Room of
DEWEY, KIMBALL & CO.,
Real Estate, Auction and Commission
MERCHANTS,
New U.S. Hotel Building, dor,LoaAngeles
und Requena streets.
Charles Kaiser
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
to Ihe people of Los Angeles that he
Will, this morning, open his gallery of choice
OIJL, PAIIVTIINGiS,
For the inspection of the public. A rare op
portunity Is now Offered to lovers of art to sue
a great variety of
Ele«;nnt L'tiiiil Inggm
-0F-
Italian, German and Spanish
Production. A complete catalogue of the
paintings is furnished to visitors. These ele
gant paintings are now
Offered for Sale.
PRICE OF" ADMISSION
TO THE GALLERY, 25 CENTS.
Children accompanied by their parents, ad
mitted tree.
nug27:tf
Mr. A. H. HAVELL
I>EGS RESPECT FT LLY TO STATE THAT
j he has opened his new Piano-forte
Ware rooms in
Anderson's Building,
MAIN STREET, opposite the new Catholic
Church, with a lull line of instruments by
Hallett & Davis, Boston, Vose,
New York, Dunham.
And others, which he proposes to sell at
San Francisco Prices,
And invites competition.
ORGANS by WOOD
In great variety. Every instrument GUAR
ANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS.
CALL AND SEE THEM!
CALL AND HEAR THEM!
Pianos, Organs,
Tuned Properly, Carefully Regulated,
and Thoroughly Repaired.
LESHOIVsS GIVEN
on the PIANO,ORGAN,VOCALCULTURE,
HARMONY, THOROUGH HASH, Ac.
PLEASE APPLY FOR TERMS.
aug3o:tf
~~mwlTng~alley
BILLIARD SALOON.
In the basement Of the fj. S. Hotel building,
formerly occupied by the Cucatuorga Wine
Depot, a
SALOON,
With a First Class stock of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
and the best accommodation lor customers.
No charge will be made to patrons for tho
use of Billiard tables and Alley. A lunch will
be served in the evening.
KRUMDICK & MELCHERT,
aug27-4l Proprietor*.
COAL.
T AM HAPPY TO~INFORM THE
-L citizens of Los Angeles und 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 und
Court sts.
[augl6-lm] I. I!. FERGUSON, Agent.
JOHN PURPURA'S
BARBER SHOP,
SPRING ST., NEXT DOOR TO
Noyes & Durfee's Auction Store. Shav
ing, Hair-cutting and Shampooing doneaiu
tin'latest style of the art. French, Spanish
and Italian spoken. JlySitf—3
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
YAKDS
—as n —
PLANING MILLS,
No. IU Commercial street, near Itail-
roa.l Depot. mi-20-tf— 8
Montana Meat Market.
F IXE LINGER & FRANCE. Mgtf
The best and tenderest Meats
in the market. None but the sLvrlWt
Primost Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Montana
Meat Market, Main Street, near First, Los
Angeles. Jnnltf—3
LADIES' HAIB DBESSINO
ESTABLISHMENT.
CAROLINE C. BURTON.
J- ADIES* HAIR DRESSING IN ALL
_J styles. Braids, Curls and Waterfalls
made at the shortest notice. Tangled hair
straightened and made into any shape. Per
ilous of the tinest quality on hand and for
sale. No. 0 Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal.
THOROUCHBREO
2g| MERINO RAMS!
— FROM -
ADDISON COUNTY, VERMONT.
I have twenty ofthe above
CELEHRATEI) RAMS,
Twelve of which are
FOR HALE.
SIMON LEVY,
MgHtf No. 81 Allso street.
WOOL.
WE WISH TO PURCHASE WOOL OF
the incoming clip, for which we will
puy the market rates.
J. L. WARD & CO..
augl4-tf 43 Main street.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Excursion Tickets!
GOODALL, NELSON &, PERKINS'
STEAMSHIP LINE.
AT TDK REQUEST OF THE
Managers of Ihe Mechanic's Industrial
Fair, to be held at San Francisco, and lor the
convenience of visitors from this district, this
Company will Issue
EXCURSION TICKETS
During the continuance ofthe Fair, for
EIGHTEEN DOLLARS
For the round trip, which will be good for re
turn on the vessels of Pacific Mail Steamship
Company, ifso desired.
We aie now prepared to Issue these Tickets
alltd J, L, WAHI) A CO., Agts.,l3 Main st.
Excursion Tickets I
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO.
MECHANICS AND AGRICULTURAL
FAIR.
rpHE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM
•sI ship Company, In order to meet the
wishes of patrons and the public generally of
Los Angeles and San Bernardino
Counties, have decided to Issue recursion
Ticket*
TO SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN,
Good between the dates of August 11th and
September 80th, cither on steamers of this
line or those of Messrs. Goodall,Nelson & Per
kins, for (he price of
SjtlJS 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 enjoy
a delightful excursion nt this exceedingly low
rat c.
For Tickets and other Information apply at
the olllee of the Company, Main st., opposite
('ommerclal.
augWtdl H. McLELLAN, Agent,
THE MUTUAL AID
ASSOCIATION.
L.. M. HOLT, Secretary,
No. -11 Temple Block Los AnjrclcH.
THIS ASSOCIATION IS DESIGNED TO
pay the sum of
sj«s?j,ooo
to the family or nominee of deceased mem
bers, its membership is now rapidly til ling up.
The expense to each member Is light— the
cost being about one-third that charged by the
old-style Life Insurance Companies.
Tlie Mutual Aid,
A paner devoted to the interests of the Asso
cial o l will be .sent to anyone applying to the
Sco ot try.
A good, live agent is wanted in every neigh
borhood in Southern California, to "canvass
for members.
For further particulars Inquire of the Secre
tary, ell ber In person or by letter, ;
Los Angeles, July 15, 1874.
STOCK FOR SALE.
THE CASTAC WATER DITCH AND PLACER
MINING COMPANY.
Capital Stock of this Company $50,000
DIVIDED INTO 5,000 SHARES.
TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED
Shares Of this Stock has been set apart
for working capital, one thousand of which
are now to be sold for cash.
For information call on 15. L. Peel, or
R. M. WILLIAMS,
agj tf— President.
EVERYBODY WANTS ONE OF THOSE
Emerson Pianos.
HAVING RETURNED TO THIS CITY,
I now resume my business, heretofore
conducted by J. D. Patrick, and have just or
dered a fresh installmentoftho.se
SPLENDID INSTRUMENTS,
Of which there has been more sold within 1 he
asl six months In this city than of all others
put together. Also
Dunham & Decker Pianos, and Estey
and Mason & Hamlin Organs
For sale on easy installments. Pianos and
Organs for rent GEO. A. ARMSTRONG,
At Photographic Parlors, Downey Block.
Jlya lm—3
SEASIDE HOTEL
HO! FOR THE BREAKERS!
Steadman & WoSf
nAVE OPENED A
SUMMER HOTEL 1 RESTAURANT
AT
SANTA 9IONICA.
VISITORS AND CAMPERS CAN OBTAIN
meals, which will be served In the very
best style, thus avoiding the troublo 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
bomt. Charges Reasonable. [Jy24tf—s
THE GREAT
IRRIGATING PUMP !
OF THE DAY.
A/TIL W. T. CLAPP HAVING LOCATED
I>JL permanently in Los Angeles, will attend
to the business pertaining to the
IWilcox Steam Water Lifter
For me in Los Angeles county. My patrons
will find Mr. Clapp to be a fair and 'honorable
business man. Call and see him at his resi
dence, San Gabriel Orange Grove Association,
San Gabriel, or address P. O. Box 73, Los An
geles. ALLEN WILCOX.
San Francisco, May 17, 1874. Jyl!Btf—4
FURNITURE FOJITHE MILLION!
H. NEWBAUER,
SPRING STREET,
Next door to the Hehald Ofllce,
Has coustantly on hand an extensive stock ol
FURNITURE,
BEDDING AND
WINDOW-SHADES,
And everything in his line, which will be
sold cheaper than the cheapest.
my6tf GIVE HIM A CALL. lunltf—s
Col. Geo. Deaver,
QAN RE FOUND AT HIS
SALOON,
On Commercial street, opposite tho Depot,
Where ho Is ulways ready to smile with his
friends. [uugLJ-U]
Call unci See Him.
MORSCH & MANNING,
HOUS E;AND SIGN PAINTERS—FRESCO,
Hceue, Gilding, und Banner Painters—
hi Court street, opposite Court-house, Los
Angeles. Grulning, Glazing, Culclmlning
and Paper-hanging. JylfKJra—2
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Immense Sacrifice!
Jbi/. S T i _A_ ZLnT _tLi jl ' S
MAMMOTH
BOOT & SHOE STORE
Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts.
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
:*0 ONLY,
500 Prs. Men's Tap-soled Calf Boots, ist 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, 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.
IfiP" 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 for the extensive
Winter Assortment now arriving. auglotf
WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL
(FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.),
REQUENA STREET, _OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL.
DEALER S IPS
Paints,
Oils,
"Varnishes,
BruslioH, and
O IaSS.
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldin&s of all Styles and Sizes.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES
AGENTS FOR THE
California Chemical Paint Company.
LIBERAL lINI>XT <J E M E>iTS OFFERED
TO mys 3m 13
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
CHi-A.K/EISriDOIsr IHOTIEXj,
>lviii Street, Eos Angeles.
A First-class House - • J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
THH SLEEPING APARTMENTS
Are large ami 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 equiU to any on the Coast. a26-tf— 5
Cheaper than the Cheapest!
J. D. GUERRERO.
Corner of Plaza, ahovo the Catholic Church, wishes to inform tlie public iv
in general that he will sell from this date his entire stock of
DRY GOODS.
Clothing:, Boots, Shoes, lints and Fancy Goods
AT SAN FRANCISCO COST, POSITIVELY.
Not having the required room iv 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, iv order to make room
for a Summer Stock of Goods }&r Everything will be sold at San Francisc*
cost—but positively for cash. J. D. GUERRERO,
jy!stf-5 Cor. Plaza, T. P. Campbell's old stand, Los Angeles, Cal.
FARM TO LET.
A FARM OF SO ACRES, fenced und un
der cultivation, located near the Raoe
Track. Well of abundant and excellent wa
ter, good house of four rooms, corn crib, sheds
Ac. To a good party, this farm will be leased
for one year on very easy terms. Possession
given on t tie lit li prox. Apply at
BANCROFT'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
aug2!l-lw 21 Spring Slreet.
NOTICE.
"VTOTICE Is hereby given that the Oounoll
_LN will receive bbls at Its session of Septem
ber the 17th. 1871, for so much of the $5,500 In
City Bonds bearing 7 per cent, per annum as
will produce $6,5U0 In gold coin.
M. KREMER,
aug2std City Clerk.
TO RENT.—AN OFFICE, suitablo for a
Doctor or a Lawyer. Inquire ~i
I. B. FERGUSON
Cor Spring and Court Sts., Los Angeles,
augai-lw*
Genuine Havana Cigars
AT m CENTS EACH,
THREE FOR 50 CENTS: FIVE FOR 91.
Domestic: 5 for 25 cents—s for 50 cts.
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO
The best, cheapest ami largest assortment
In Eos Angeles. Call, Judge lor yourself, and
be oonv need that I give more satisfaction for
your money thuu any other retail house here.
Old stand, Main St., opp. Wells, Furgo &'Co.
aug If Im
S. GOLDSTEIN,
DEALER IN CANDIES, NUTS, FRUITS,
Cigars. Tobacco, etc., etc. A specialty
made of POULTRY,
Fresh Butter, Eggs and Provisions.
Main street, next door to the Montana meat
market. Goods delivered free of charge.

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