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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
SUNDAY SEPT. 6, 1874.
The North and South Methodists in
Sonoma county are to hold a joint
camp-meeting. This promises well.
An up-country exchange exclaims,
"What shall we do with our con
victs?" What we shall do with the
fellows who ought to be convicts but
are not, Is a more important question.
Greeley is somewhat mixed up In
the Beecher-Tilton matter. It is
in evidence that in reply to TTlton's
request to visit his house during his
absence, Horace said no, he would
not; that he did not think it a good
habit to visit a wife while her husband
was away. This is all he knowsabout
the case.
The report that Leland Stanford
had resigned the Presidency of the
Central Pacific Railroad, and that
Charles Crocker had been elected
to fill the vacancy is not true. The
error grew out of the fact that Mr.
Stanford went East on a visit of a
few weeks, aud Mr. Crocker acted as
President ad interim
Reports that the fruit is going to
waste are chronicled in a number of
our exchanges. When we have a few
more Alden fruit dryers in operation
this story will no longer be heard.
The energy of Mr. Geo. B. Davts, as
sisted by a few of our moneyed men,
will soon have a sufficient number of
these evaporators in operation to save
all the fruit grown, or that can he
grown, in this valley.
Geo. D. Roberts a well known
Stock broker and capitalist of San
Francisco was indicted some months
ago on a charge of obtaining money
under fale pretenses, through selling
stock in the Burro-Burro mines which
he knew to be worthless. The case
came up for trial a few days ago and
the jury returned a verdict of not
guilty without leaving their seats.
The complainant was one L. L.
Treadwell who invested $50,000 in
Burro-Burro stock and not realizing
from it he undertook to play even on
Roberts but failed to accomplish his
purpose.
The New Railroad.
The Southern Californian, of Ana
heim, does not have much confidence
in the Los Angeles and Coast Railway
Company, and more than doubts the
success of the enterprise for which the
company is organized. Our southern
neighbor gives the names of a number
of companies that have disbanded be
fore accomplishing their mission and
intimates that tlie last on the list of
railroad organizations'will go the way
of the rest. We are more confident.
The new company is not undertaking
a large job. The difference between
the cost and the importance of the
proposed narrow gauge is considerable.
No enterprise started in this valley
has been received with as much favor by
the people generally as this one to give
us another outlet to the sea. The stock
is in demand, and already nearly the
entire amount required before com
mencing the work, is subscribed. We
thank the Californian for its compli
mentary remark relative to the influ
ence of the Herald, and will add
that we shall continue in the future,
as we have in the past, to advocate all
measures which we believe designed
to advance the interests of the entiro
valley.
A Bad Precedent.
The Common Council, or at least
seven members of that body, decided
to donate the City Assessor $700 more
than he is allowed by law as his an
nual salary. This will strike the ma
jority of people as a very careless
handling of the taxpayers' money.
The Assessor accepted the office with
a fixed salary of $500 per annum, and
It will be difficult to explain why the
Council votes him $700 in excess of
what his salary amounts to. He
agreed to do the work for $500, and the
plea that the job was greater and more
expensive than he expected, is not
entitled to consideration. The Asses
sor is a city contractor. The corpora
tion offered $500 to the person who
would do the city assessing for one
year, and the Assessor undertook the
job for the stipulated compensation,
and he has no right to ask aud the
Council no right to give him one dol
lar more. If the Assessor may come
in for extra pay, the Herald may
also ask and receive extra pay. The
Herald Publishing Company are do
ing the city printing at a considerable
loss. We took the contract at rates
which would just cover the cost of the
work, provided the volume did not
exceed that of last year. But, like the
Assessor, we have been a little mis
taken. The Council is heaping the
work upon us, and at the rate it is now
coming in, the actual cost of composi
tion will exceed by one thousand dol
lars or more the sum for which we
agreed to do the work. Have not the
Herald and Cronica the same right
as the Assessor to ask for indemnity
on a losing job? One claim is as just
as the other, and if one is granted the
other cannot be denied. If the Council
is so liberal with the taxpayers' money
that the Assessor is presented a seven
hundred dollar slice, we see no reason
why we and the Cronica and other
contractors may not be favored in the
same way.
There were 215 arrests in Sacramen
to last month.
Sensible Remarks.
Some people have a fixed notion
that the employment of a person to
perform a stipulated service gives
them the right to control that person's
every thought and action. In no in
dividual or corporation has this spirit
more strongly or arbitrarily mani
fested itself than in school directors.
Sometimes the school director pos
sesses all the characteristics of a don
key, except tho ears. Such directors
are generally tyrants, nnd would not
under any circumstances employ a
young man or a young woman as a
teacher who did not think on all po
litical and religious subjects just ns
they did. Some of these old fellows
learned geography on tho flat earth
theory, and of course they will have
no teacher holding globe notions.
Others have peculiar religious tenents,
and they will support no teacher not
so peculiarly twisted. Of these old
fossils the Chicago Teacher says: "Our
observation lately has led us to con
clude that there are some school di
rectors living yet, in tho last half of
this nineteenth century, who believe
that when they "hire" a teacher they
hire all that is of him—body, soul,
mind, conscience, everything; that by
engaging to teach their school he has
engaged to hold no opinions contrary
to their opinions; to cherish no doxy
except their doxy; to vote as they vote;
to think as they think; to bless what
they bless, and to curse what they
curse. Such beings are us fit for
school directors, as a Hottentot is fit
for a courtier, or a Modoc for a family
priest. They have yet to learn tho
first principles of manhood, of Chris
tian charity, of civilization. A school
board is derelict in its duty if it neg
lects to demand of a teacher the full
est exercise of his powers, and a per
fect abstinence from all instruction of
politics and religion, in the school
room, and a perfectly moral character
both in the school room and out of it.
Beyond this they have no right to go.
The parliamentary law is here re
versed. A teacher may be called to
account for words spoken in the school
room, but not for sentiments expressed
out of it. And a school official who
permits party or sectarian zeal to in
fluence his vote for, or conduct to a
teacher, either for or against him, de
serves the execration of the communi
ty; and so does the teacher who sac
rifices his manhood by becoming a
slave to the whims of a school board."
Railroad Prospects.
One of the engineers of the Central
Pacific Railroad Company is now or
ganizing a company in San Francisco
for the purpose of thoroughly exam
ining the different routes by which
the Southern Pacific road may pass
through the mountains between the
Los Angeles aud the San Joaquin
Valleys. The examination of the
country will be very thorough, and it
is probable that some of the routes
run by this party will be adopted as
the location of the road. It appears
that the company fully realize the im
portance of connecting the roads in
this valley with the main trunk ofthe
Western Pacific, now completed to
Bakersfield, at the earliest possible
moment. We regard the sending out
of a corps of engineers with instruc
tions to rerun every line and carefully
examine each route, as indicative of
active operations iv road building
early next Spring. The report of the
chief of the party now about to start
out will no doubt determine the route
of the road, and this once settled, the
wires of tho Atlantic and Pacific Tele
graph Company will be extended to
this city almost immediately, which
will be another great accommodation
to the people of this part of the world.
MURDER.
A Han Literally Chopped Ip witb
an Axe.
[From the San BernardiuoGuardiau, Sept.s.]
We have had a carnival of violent
crimes during the week. First, the
attempted robbery of the stage; next,
the desperate attempt of the robbers
to escape from the officers, and now a
murder, horrible and revolting in its
cold-blooded details.
The details of the murder are, as far
as known, as follows: The murdered
man, Smith, and the alleged murder
er, Bonner, were observed together on
Monday night. They had a bottle of
whisky, and were drinking. They
had been enemies until recently, when
a reconciliation was affected, since
which they had apparently been on
friendly terms. While on bad terms
Bonner, it is said, frequently made
threats against Smith, declaring that
he could kill him without compunc
tion. It is said that he made the
same expression on the night of the
killing.
The chief witness against Bonner is
Samuel Reynolds, his cook. Reynolds
says that on Monday evening he saw
Bonner and Smith walking past a
window in Bonner's house; that a few
moments after he heard a noise, as of
a falling body; that he then opened
the door and heard three blows; that
as he opened the door, Bonner turned,
running around the house, with some
thing in his hand, and then entered
the house. Reynolds then ran to
Smith and found him lying on the
ground; spoke to him, but was not
answered. He examined Smith sev
eral times after, and always found him
unconscious. Reynolds thereafter
adopted a very singular course, to say
the least; he kept quiet, spread no
alarm, said nothing to Bonner. In
the morning he gave the alarm, ac
cusing Bonner of the murder, who
was, upon the suggestion of Mr. Cal
houn, arressed. An inquest was held
by Justice Atdinson, and the forego
ing testimony elicited.
Bonner was immediately dispatched
in custody of Messrs. Hurley, Cum
mings and Murphy, to jail here. He
and his wife protest his innocence, but
public opinion in Holcomb unani
mously declares his guilt. The killing
was done with a heavy instrnmeut,
probably an axe, though it cannot be
found. The murder was most cold
blnooded and brutal.
In the absence of clearer testimony
It wo jld be unfair to express our opin
ion as to the guilt of the prisoner. We
can only hope that the murder will be
brought homo to the murderer, who
ever he is.
Hiram Richardson killed a grizzly
on the 19th instant, in the mountains
between Shasta and Butte valleys.
He has his sheep grazing on the
mountains about ten miles north of
Bull's meadows, aud nearly west of
Ball's. He baited a gun for him, and
sure enough, when the latter took
hold of the bait, ho discharged the
gun and received the contents in his
body.
The Sacramento Bee of Tuesday
says: "Notices of wild coffee appear
ing in the papers remind us of the fact
that in 1868, John Smith, of Sutter
Gardens, attempted the experiment of
cone culture. He had 6,000 plants but
they did not prove a success. The
climate was too cold for them."
NEW TO-DAY.
Self Praise is no Recommendation,
Rut where every body says that I keep the
beat Cigars in tlie city, then I must believe It
also. Any one not yet convinced of the tact
should come at once to purchase Cigars at
L GOLDSMITH,
Main St., adjoining W. F. 4 Co.'s Express.
aug2B-lw
SOMETHING NEW.
R. DAVIS & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS
ARCADIA RLOC'K.
I ..... Angeles Street,
Just Received, a fine lot of
FURNITU RE
From the Eastern States. Must positively be
sold at
PUBLIC AUCTION,
— ON —
Tuesday and Friday next.
All those In want of fine Furniture should
attend this Auctiou, as the consignment Is
very large, viz:
Solid Walnut Suite*.
Enameled Suites.
Ex tension Tables.
Marble Top Tables.
Dreakfast Tables.
LARGE MITt If ORS.
Bronie Clocks.
Dining-room Cbalrs.
Parlor Suites in best of Colors.
Placed Ware.
Spring; Mattresses.
Marble Top Hat Racks.
All of which must positively be sold to the
highest bidder at our
SPACIOUS SALESROOM,
\u. ■-' Arcadia, Block.
Sale at 11 o'clock, A. M.
N. R.-H. DAVIS A CO., will give their
special attention to out-door sails for families
and store-keepers, on the most reasonable
terms. septstf
DEWEY, KIMBALL & CO.,
Real Estate, Auction and Commission
MERCHANTS,
New U. S, Hotel Buildine, Cor. Los Angeles
and Requena streets.
Thursday, Sept. 10,1874
At IO o'clock A. M.,
AT SALES Tt O O 31.
SPECIAL SALE
— Of Splendid —
OIL PAINTINGS,
The property 01 CHARLES KAISER, Esqb.
THESE very beautiful and meritorious
Paintings will continue on exhibition
until tlie day of sale
3T 2R/ IE E ,
From 9 A. M. until 9 P. M.
Everybody is requested to come, examine,
and be satisfied of the real merits of these
works of Beauty and Art
soptitf
JUST RECEIVED
AT ISTO. 00,
ONE 7 OCTAVE EMERSON PIANO,
BOSTON, StOO.
UgE CONTINENTAL, 7% OCTAVE, NEW
\ < 11 IK, #373.
ONE HALE, ty. OCTAVE, NEW YORK,
ALL NEW FROM THE EABT.
No second hand piano advertised without
stating tha fact. Will deliver, at five days'
notice any standard piano In the San Fran
cisco market, All the above pianos guaran
teed for five years.
We, the undersigned, ordered pianos from
Mr. J. D. Patrick, about two mouths ago.
They are In fine condition, and give the best
•r sudsfacllou.
T. WOLLEBER,
J. L. WARD,
Steamer Line Agent.
Pianos, Violins, Guitars, Ac
cordians, etc..
REPAIRED AND TL'NED.
J. D. PATRICK, Piano Agent,
tep6-lw-dw No. 60 Spring Si., Los Angeles.
Assessment Notice.
GRANGE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY
of Los Angeles—Location of principal
place of business: Los Angeles, California.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the Directors held in this city on the 31st day
of July, 1874, an Assessment (No. 1) of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SHARE was levied upon the
Capital Stock of said Company, payable im
mediately, in United States gold coin, to the
Secretary, ut the ofllce of the Company, No. 41
Temple Block, Los Angeles, California. Any
stock upon which this Assessment shall re
main unpaid on the Ist day of September, 1874,
will be declared delinquent, and advertised
for sale at public auction, and, unless pay
ment Is made bcrore.will be sold on the
16th day of September, 1874.
To pay delinquent assessment, together with
cost oi advertising aud expense of sale.
By order ofthe Board.
L. M. HOLT, secretary.
Office: No. 41 Temple Block, Los Angeles,
California.
Dated July Si, 1874.
POSTPONEMENT.
At a regular meeting of the Board of Direct
ors held on the 31st of July, further time'was
given stockholders to make payment on as
sessment No. 1, and the date for declaring
siock on which payment had not been made,
delinquent, was fixed for the THIRD day of
October, 1874.
L. M. HOLT,
septetd Secretary.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Bids
will be received by the Common Coun
cil at its session of September 10th, 1874, for
the continuation of the Main Sewer of 1,000
feet, according to specifications furnished by
the City Surveyor.
A M. KREMER,
Clerk of the Common Council of Los An
geles City. ,ep6td
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE
D B C X £! R ,
The King of Pianos,
STANDS UNRIVALED.
KOHLER, CHASE & CO.,
WHOLESALE ACENTS,
633 Clay street. Man Francisco.
J. D. PATRICK,
yio. 60 l ining street,
AGENT for I,os Angeles, the Southern Me
tropolis of the State of California.
sep6-lm
EXTENSIVE REAL ESTATE SALE
BY AUCTION.
DOWNEY LAND ASSOCIATION,
DOWNEY CITY.
Some Sixteen Blocks will be offered
In lots Wlgtßg in size of from
25 feet to 70 feet Front.
Alfl, many beauttiul
RESIDENCE LO TS
from one half acre to two acres in size.
There Is not * town In the vicinity of Los
Angeles thai, b» grown with the rapidity of
Downey City,"and with so many permanent
improvements.
The Hall ofthc Odd Fellows and Masons is
a magiidcent building, aud is now completed.
There are also three Stores, a Market House,
and on Immense Ware House capable or stor
ing nany millions bushels ot grain, sixty
Dwelling houses, and many more lv process
of rrecllon.
Messrs. NOYES & DURFEE
• * the Auctioneers selected to make the sale.
A map ofthe town can bo seen at their office,
corner of Temple Block and Spring St.
MR. M. D. CRAWFORD, the Agent for the
Association, resides at Downey City, and can
be found at all times ofthe day, superintend
ing the erection »f the
New and Elegant Hotel,
which vlll be one of the most pleasant and
comfortable suburban Hotels in the county.
The sile will take place at Downey City, on
TUESDAY, September 22d. 1874.
An Excursion Train will be run out for the
accommodation of purchasers.
M. D. CRAWFORD,
Agent for Association.
NOYES * DURFEE,
Auctioneers. sepStd
New Drug Store!
r>i-. ?1 Grelcich
TTAS OPENED AN EXCELLENT DRUG
_LX Store, well assorted with the best medi
cines, which he constantly receives by every
steamer from the famed house of Messrs.
Reddlngton, Hostetter A Co., San Francisco.
This new Drug Store recommends itself to
all the Inhabitants of Los Angeles In general,
as also to the many friends of Dr. V. Gelclch,
who have not forgotten the celebrated Plaza
Drug Store, which has now been removed to
Eort St., bet. Third & Fourth.
The Doctor also recommends the services of
the experienced chemist and apothecary who
attends his drug ,tore.
ALL THE MODERN LANCUACES
Are spoken and prescriptions are compound
ed witli great care and accuracy
BOTH DAY AlVr> NIGHT.
sept-otf
SPECIAL ORDERS NO I.
Armory of the Los Angei.es Gcarh, )
Los Angcles,<CaL, Sept. 3d, 1874. f
IN COMPLIANCE with orders from Head-
Quarters Ist Brigade, N. G. C. This com
pany will meet at their armory at 8 o'clock p.
m. Sept. Bth, lv full uniform for muster Into
the State servlne as National Guards. All
the members of the Company, whether pro
vided with uniforms or not, are ordered to at
tend, and any citizens who desire to Jolu the
Military Service ofthe State, can do so by ap
plying to the Recruiting Committee and pre
senting themselves for muster.
By order of
CAPT. L. J. SACRISTE,
James Bartley, Com'dg. Co.
Orderly Sergeant. sep4td
J. C. JACKSON
Keeps ull kinds of
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Posts, Shakes,
Plaster Paris,
CEMENT and HAIR.
Corner of Alameda and First streets.
LOS ANQELES, CAL.
W. W. ROBINSON,
AGENT.
Holman's team ready In yard to deliver or-
sep3tf
SAMUEL NORTON
Has Just returned from the East with a large
stock of
O O O I> s
Of al. kinds and qualities,
He will sell you lit yards oj Calico for
ONE DOLLAR.
No. 1 Arcadia Block, aos Angeles street,
(Caswell A Ellis' old stand.)
aug.'lo-lm
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Council
will receive bids at Its session of Septem
ber the 17th, 1874, for so much of the $8,500 in
City Bonds bearing 7 per cent, per annum as
will product) 8ti,500 in gold coin.
M. KREMER,
aug2std City Clerk.
FORSALE.
A GOOD GENTLE FAMILY HORSE for
sale. Also, double top Buggy,
Apply to A. ELDRED,
Ccr. 6th and Charity Sts., adjoining Belle
vue Terrace. sepl-lw"
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 ofthe Fair, for
EIGHTEEN DOLLARB
For the round trip, which will be good for re
turn on the vessels of Pacific Mall Steamship
Company, If so desired.
Wo are now prepared to Issue these Tickets
alttd J. L, WARD A CO., Agts.,4» Main st.
VETERINARY SURGEON.
OSCAR C. BALDY, V. 8., TREATS ALL
diseases of the horse. Can be found
at corner Fourth aud Fort streets, Los Augu
ie», Cal. aua tf—a
FOR SALE.
A THIRTY-LIGHT Atmospheric Gas Ma
chine, new aud in good working order.—
Will be sold at less than cost.
8. C. FOY
sepMm No. 17 Los Angeles St.
WAN ED IMMEDIATELY. —A WET
NURSE. Apply at Dr. Stan way's.
augSStr
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Mr. A. HV HAVELL
BROS RESPECTFTt.LY to state that
he has opeued till new Piano-forte
Warorooms In
Anderson's Building,
MAIN STREET, opposite Ihe now Catholic
Church, with a lull line of Instruments by
Hallett & Davis, Boston, Vose,
New York, Dunham,
And others, which he proposes to sell nl
San 'Francisco Prices,
And Invites competition.
ORGANS l>v 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.
LESSONS GIVEN
On tho PIANO, ORG AN.VOCAL CULTURE,
HARMONY, THOROUGH BASS, Ac.
PLEASE APPLY FOR TERMS.
Every Instrument sold by me is war
ranted New.
nug3o:tf
WOOLEN MILL STORE !
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER,
Los Angeles Street, near Commercial.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
Invoice of Imported goods direct from
Eastern markets, and now have one of the
most complete stocks to he found In the city,
comprising
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
VESTINCS,
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
Sec, Sec, Sec, Ac,
Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture.
A Tailoring Establishment
Is connected with the store, where customers
can have their goods made up In the lastest
style and at the most reasonable prices.
Call and examine the stock for yourself.
PFEIFFENBERGER A SHAUER.
sep4-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
— AT —
ONE PER CENT. PER MONTH!!
- IN SUMS OF -
$2,500 to $50,000,
- BY' THE —
Savings Union of San Francisco!
In the ordinary mode.
By the SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, on
the instalment plan.
The oxpensc of obtaining money from these
institutions. Including surveyor's report and
examination of title will be one undone-half
percent, on all amounts under 810,000. For
all above that, such as can be agreed upon
with the hoi rower. Applications received by
W. H. BROOK.S.
sepl-lm No. 8 Downey Block.
C. F. CHAMSERI.IN, C. A. UAXCKOFT,
Late of St. Louis, Mo. Los Angeles.
CHAMBERLIN& BANCROFT,
SUCCESSORS TO
C. A. BANCROFT,
Real Estate Brokers,
— AND —
INSURANCE AGENTS.
City and County property bought nnd ex
changed-
No. lil Mprints afreet.
Nearly opposito Postoffice, Los Angeles.
sepiHm
Express, copy.
LOOKTO YOUR FIRE!
GREAT REDUCTIUN
- IN -
O O Jk. L!!
From $24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quality, per ton, at
I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent)
GOAL YARD.
Corner of Spring and Court streets,
I.OS ANGELES, CAL. SCp3
BOWLING ALLEY
— AND —
BILLIARD SALOON.
In the basement of the U.S. Hotel building,
formerly occupied by the Cucamocga Wine
Depot, a
SALOON,
With a First Class stock of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
and the best accommodation for customers.
No charge will be made to patrons for tho
use of Billiard tables and Alley. A lunch will
be served In the evening.
KRUMOICK & MELCHERT,
aug27-4t Proprietors.
JOHN PURPURA'S
BARBER SHOP,
SPRING ST., NEXT DOOR TO
NoyesA Durfea's Auction Store. Shav
ing, Hair-cutting and Shampooing done in
the latest style of the art. French, Spanish
and Italian spoken. Jlyffitf—3
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
LUMBER YARDS
. — AND —
PLANING MILLS,
No. IS Commercial afreet, near Ball-
toad Depot. nsr2o-tf—B
Montana Meat Market.
FRtELINGER & FRANCK. AM
The best and tenderest Meats Jrt~*J
in the market. None but the i>i>(.*l
Prlmest Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Montana
Meat Market, Main Street, near First, Los
Angeles. Junltf—B
WOOL.
WE WISH TO PURCHASE WOOL OF
the Incoming clip, for which wo will
pay the market rates.
, . - J. L. WARD A CO..
»ugl«-tf 43 Main street.
BHEEP WANTED.
EIFTEEN HUNDRED to 9,000 Ewes on
shares. Address, stating terms,
C C P
, Santa Ana, Los Angeles Co., Cal.
sepl-lw*
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Immense Sacrifice!
IR.. SLAISTET'S
MAMMOTH
BOOT & SHOE STORE
Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts,
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
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.
Bfes~ 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. auglstf
WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL
(FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.),
REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL.
DEALERS lIN
Jr*»illtS,
Oils,
V«,i»nislies,
1 Si'iimlm-m. and
GrlaBB.
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES
AGENTS VOtt THK
California Chemical Paint Company.
LIBERAL ITVDTJCEZMLEIVXS OFFERED
TO mys 8m 13
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
CLA R 3±] IST ID O -IST HOTEL,
3luiu Street, Low A mjjoloh.
A First-class House - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
THE BLKKPING A AItT M. ENTS
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 the Hotel equal to any on the Coast. «28-tf—s
Cheaper than tlie 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,
Clothinflr, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Fancy 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 Everything will be sold at San Francißc*
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 and un
der cultivation, located near the Race
Track. Well of abundant and excellent wa
ter, good house of four rooms, corn crib, shedM
Ac. To a good party, this rarm will be leased
for one year on very easy termti. Fossexslou
given on tne 6th prox. Apply at
BANCROFT'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
aug2»-lw 81 Spring Street.
FOR SALE.
"I {uf\ ACRES FIRST-CLASS LAND UN-
X,KJ\J der Improvement, near Compton.
Over (2,000 worth of improvements on the
land. All enclosed. Offfered for sale to pay
offa mortgage. Title perfect. Apply to W.
K. Malcolm on the premises, or O. W. Mor
gan, Agent, No. 4 Temple Block. a7-lm—2
MONEY TO LOAN.
Is turns of from $1,000 to $10,000.
Apply to P. BEAUDRY.
Genuine Havana Cigars
AT 124 CENTS EACH,
THKEE FOR 00 CENTS: FIVE FOR HI.
Domestic: 5 for 25 cents—6 for 60 cts.
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO
The best, cheapest and largest assortment
k tf 8 A,, « e «•"■• Call, Judge for yourself, and
be conY need that I give more satisfaction for
your money than any other retail bouse here.
Old stand, Main St., opp. Wells, Fargo a'Co
aug film
S. GOLDSTEIN,
DEALER IN CANDIES. NUTS, FRUITS,
Clgarn, Tobiieco, etc. etc. A specialty
made of POULTRY, * . 7*
Fresh Butter, Eggs and Provisions.
Main street, next door to the Montana meat
market. Good* delivered free oi chance
augao.lm

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