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SUNDAY SEPT. 27, IVT4. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. • ink DOLLAR per Square of ten linen, first insertion, and twkstv-FIVK cents per Square lor each subsei|iieut insertion. LOS ANCELES TEMPERATURE. Following it the temperature Km* the week ending September 2llfh, 1874, as taken from caseiia's Registering Thai mometer, by Tuos. Bold, Fort • treati i>avs. lUQHSST, LOWEST. Sunday, Sept. 2Utli Tit S2 Monday. •' '.'lst 77 .Ml Tuesday: •' J.'d 7 . 54 Wednesday, •• JM 71; .-,.» Thursday. " 211 h 7.i M Friday, " 25:h Stl .V> Saturday, '• 2t;th SI Ml LOCAL BREVITIES. There will bo no religious services at Grange Hall to-day, A gentleman and wife, with one child, want board In a private family, Enquire at this ofllce. Messages for Jas. E. Smith and J. M. Reding are at the Western Union Telegraph Office. Mr. J. J. Carrlllo announces himself as a candidate for the ofiice of City Marshal at the coming municipal election. A wedding occurred at the Catholic Church yesterday In which Mr.Andres Olvera and Miss Inez Boharquez were made a unit. Mr. Win. H. Martin, Secretary of the Emigrant Aid Association of San Francisco, and wife, are in the city, stopping at the Pico House. The ease of the Southern Pacific Railroad vs. Geo. Wright, on trial in the T. 8. Land Office, was yesterday postponed to await further evidence. Tlie people of Los Nietos are ship ping two car loads of grain daily to this place en route for the upper mar kets. A large quantity is also in stor age there. At the Congregational Church to day, there will be service* at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. If. Preaching by the Pas tor, Rev. 1). T. Packard.' Sabbath School at 12:15. All are invited. Mr. W. 11. Kimball and (Sen. It. 11. Chapman are candidates for the otlice of Public Administrator, made vacant by the resignation of H. M. Mitchell, and petitions to the Supervisors in tlie interest of each are being circulated. Tlie usual services will be held in the Episcopal Chinch to-day, the evening servics commencing at half past 7 o'clock, instead of 8:45, as form erly. Tlie subject for the evening lec ture will be, "The Christian Foot- Itace." There will be no preaching al the Presbyterian Church to-day, in conse quence of the absence of Rev. Dr. White, who has gone lo preach the funeral sermon of Rev. 1.. P. Webber, who died recently al Anaheim, Sun day school at the usual hour, 12:15. Mr. L. I>. Smith, formerly tlie as sistant of Dr. Lucky in the High School, has been appointed principal of the Rath street school, eice Mr. T. A. Saxon, resigned. We hear Mr. Smith spoken of as a gentleman of line culture and excellent qualifica tions for tlie position which lie has been called to (ill. At the last state Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, the fol lowing appointments were made for Los Angeles District: J. It. Tansey, P. E.; Los Angeles, J. M. Campbell; Los Angeles Circuit, to be supplied; Santa Barbara, S. Bowers; Santa Barbara Circuit, to be supplied; San Diego, G. S. llickey; Compton, M. M. Bovard; San Bernardino, C. W. Tarr; River side, to be supplied; Orange, A. Bland; Ventura, Wm. A. Knighten; Vent urn Circuit, to be supplied; Santa Maria, to be supplied; San Luis Obispo, to be supplied; Los Nietos, to be supplied. Mr. J. M. Wright has loaned to the Library Chitty's Blackstone, in two volumes, and a copy of Wythe's "Agreement of Science and Revela tion." The latter is standard among all Christian denominations, and lias been adopted by the General Confer ence of the Methodist Episcopal Church of the United States as a text book for theological students. It will serve in the Library as an able oppo nent to Denton's "Our Planet," lately donated. Mrs. Thos. Hall recently gave the Library a copy of " Memoir of the Prince Consort, by her Majesty, Queen Victoria." The election in the Lyceum last Friday night resulted in the choice of the following officers: President, J. J. Ayers; First Vice-President, Prof. Lawlor; Second Vice-President, D. .1. Dingman; Secretary, Chas. Binford; Corresponding Secretary, T. D. Ma loney; Treasurer, L. P.Quinby. There was an error in our report of Friday evening's proceedings, concerning tlie debate and the names of those partici pating in it. Tlie affirmative was ar gued by Messrs. Dingman and Ma loney, and the negative by Mr. Bin ford. The question was decided in the affirmative by a vote of the house. The company were also favored with a recitation by Mr. J. 11. Bland,which we neglected to mention. The following is a list ofthe passen gers per steamer Orizaba, which sailed for Wilmington yesterday: O H Burke, L Gibson, J Langlieed, NM Whittaker, Wm Atwater, Mrs James, H A Olmstead, Wm McLatton, MrsP Mahon, F Corsal, B Goldberg, wife and daughter, Mrs J G Eastman ami daughter, Miss Armstrong, D S Mill lord, wife and children, O A Chase and wife, Mrs Schwerin, Miss Leak, C White, Dr B Benton ami wife, James McFadden, L Gibson, C B Foster, W H Foster, A P Williams, Major Ben C Truman, wife and servant, Miss Belle Mallard, Miss Josie Mallard, D II Col- I Ins, wife and two children, Mrs Gavit, Miss Minnie Ernest, Mrs Taylor and children, G P Foster, wife ami two children, H Kahler, G A Tiffany, Mrs J T Luther, Mrs Otiz, P N O'Connell, wife and four children, W D Easy, W Jacobs, Rev Wm A Knighten and wife, Mrs Margaret Feilnear, Mrs W 1) Ewing, J Leroy, J Tweedy, L Rodu, M E Ryan. Rev J It Tansey, Rev S M Campbell, M Meyer, F M Feller, C HL Strout, C S Benjamin, Rev J B Callo way, James Hitclien, A T Brown, H Thomas, J Sherwood, J Baldwin, S King. Several of our limbs of the law left the cily yesterday to attend tlie ses sion of the Supreme Court in San Francisco. It happens that the Su preme Court adjourned on the 23d of this mouth and doubtless tlie several legal gentleman will find tliemselvos badly sold when they reach their jour ney's end. Mr. P. Liinney, Main street second door from corner of Court, has one of the finest stocks of family groceries and provision, wines, liquors, and ci gars to be found In the city. Mr. Lunncy is well and favorably known for his fair dealing and tliose who buy of him once remember him with a Second order. Prof. Snyder has succeeded in mak ing up the programme for his enter tainment and it will be published Tuesday morning. Our most accom plished amateurs in the musical line have volunteered to assist the Profes sor and in addition an original poem will be read by a gentleman well known here in literary circles. It may be that you nre a married man, or perhaps you are single, but in either case you sometimes feel a sort of "goneness"—a qualm of the appetite, as it were. In the event of such an attack, you should go to Dr. Goldsmith, next door to Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express. Smoke one of his fine Havana cigars and you will be a new man. • Miss Fannie Marston. Miss Marston gave two seasons of concerts in Sacramento on a similar basis to the ones proposed here. Over $3,000 worth of these season tickets were taken among the most in fluential citizens including Governor Booth, all the State and county offi cers, bankers, mercantile and profes sional people. She also gave a num ber of seasons in San Francisco and the subscribers and purchasers were among the most prominent citizens, including D. O. Mills, Ralston, Lath am, Friedlander, anil over two thou sand ofthe wealthiest people. These the members of tlie two stock boards, taking over one thousand dol lars worth of tickets alone. There are many advantages to patrons in a sea son of entertainments over one or two disjointed ones, as it enables the giv ers to present finer entertainments nt less expense and offers to the music loving people a greater variety of music at a cheaper price. Get your tickets at Brodrick's on Monday for the season, as people all over the coast who have heard Miss Marston one* 1 , never lose the chance of hearing her the second and third time. It is im possible to hear but a small portion of her pieces in one evening. She will be supported by first-class talent, and proposes to give a series of tlie most enjoyable entertainments ever of fered to this community. She is looked upon in California as a second Kellogg.and as Madame Agotlio States ,is dead, Miss Marston is the only Cal ifornia prima dona now on the stage, and is deserving of especial patronage, because she is tlie only musical celeb rity that California can lay claim to. LETTER FROM NIETOS. The l.mitl .Salt- uii.'ut Irrlirntiuu Nehoolw Hotel—Mill Flourlaltlugr. Editor Herald: At the public sale of town lots held in Nietos on Tuesday, the 22d inst., twenty-eight lots were sold, at prices ranging from to s°.(i<) each. The sale was then ad journed to Tuesday, Oct. 13th, when it will be resumed in Los Angeles. Many choice lots yet remain unsold. Those who want them should not fail to attend the sale, and thus obtain eli gible lots in the thriving young city of Nietos at reasonable rates. win: at. A sample of wheat raised by Mr. Ramirez on mesa land at Old Los Nie tos has for several days been on ex hibition at the depot. Tho wheat is of the Sonora variety,the grain small, clean and full, and the yield about 70 bushels to the acre. The experiment of Mr. Ramirez has been eminently snccessful and goes to show that the mesa land in our vicinity is admirably adapted to wheat raising, which will hereafter become an Important branch of industry in Los Angeles county. IRRIGATION. The subject of irrigation is one of the most troublesome and vexatious with which farmers and fruit-raisers have hail to contend the present season. Owing to the want of system that has prevailed heretofore, the ditches were not properly cleaned out and repaired in the Spring and conse quently the greater part of the water has been suffered to run to waste in the river. The crops in some localities have been very materially injured and thousands of young fruit trees have been kept alive only by the slow and laborious process of watering them by hand. SCHOOLS, One of the most satisfactory evi dences of progress in our vicinity is the construction of a neat, commodi ous and well furnished school-house, in Alameda School District. Such a building has long been needed, and the one just completed is an enduring evi dence of the liberality of the citizens as well as the energy and public spirit of the Trustees of that District. The building is lifty-two feet long, thirty feet wide and sixtten feet high in tbe dear. Two ante-rooms are attached to the sides, each 10x12 feet. The main building is divided into two apartments by a folding partition, and on public occasions can easily be thrown into one largo room. The walls are wainscotted to the height of four feet, and tho remainder of the space, together with the tops of the rooms, is hard finished throughout. The Trustees have procured forty double desks of the most approved modern school furniture fer use in the school, and design that when the building is fully completed it shall be one of the most convenient and ele gantly furnished public school houses in the county. The school in Silver District is in a nourishing condition, under the in struction of Mr. Rutterlield and Miss Stockton. The average attendance is about one hundred. The school is graded, and the course of instruction thorough and practical, HOTEL, The CoUUdatlon of a new hotel has been laid at Nietos. and we are as sured that a superstructure worthy of the pliiee will be erected as soon as possible. The town is rapidly increasing in extent and population, and the pros pects of the Los Nietos settlement were never more favorable than at the present GLEANER, Nietos, September 20th, [Written for the Herald.] TROPICAL MIDSUMMER. SJ HANK WAOONKR. Ragged link* of purple inauntains I.i'un against a vaulted pity, Willi azure depths soft as the mists That In the early mornings rlie. Ascending heavenward. A spiral SWlrl Oftawny hue lifts winding up ahigh; Caught by the windy gust (hat pours Adown the canon, waving upon ill way The sultry whirlwind. Now the sun has cleft the ether, aud, With golden strides, goes mounting into day. Twining around the lofty mountain peaks Itroart bolts of amethyst. The plaintive surges Sigh upon the shore, while, In the distance Lazily portrayed, the white sails flap Against their masts that pierce the clouds. The sea [* silver spangled: With its tiny waves It glints against my vision through the bars Of golden sunshine. Upon the myriad peb bles, Now it beats in sobbing monotone And then receding, ln its tireless way Like tbe days ol time, or like the ages Of eternity, still comes and goes And comes to go again. The sunny days are purple, ripe With fields of fruited vine; The air is sweot With blossoms hung Upon this bower of mine. Tho pepper trees hang listless leaved On lazy, drooping boughs The shadows fall on Idle me Breathing my Summer VOWS, The sun beams in the heavens, The clouds float ln the sky, I know that angels bower o'er these ever peaceful ways; My feet are in the roses, And my forehead to the breeze; And I bless you and I bless you brightest, happiest tropic days. San Fernando, Sept. 26th. The San Jose Mercury says that an acre of ground planted in Havana to bacco— a fair crop is 1,200 pounds will, after deducting the cost of rais ing, eight cents per i>ound, leave a net profit of $1,101 per acre; that is, calcu lating the crop as worth one dollar per pound, which is the current price. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON*. F Andrew s, S V W A I'eter, Orange F Pyle, do J E Harnett, Ventura F Edwards, do I'Tlco, do C Piper, do H S Tulstlewalte, Anh B Wilson, Germany Jll Shirley, do T Perkins, Azusa C H Rawson, do N S Stone, Wm Allen. t'ICO. I! Murray,Wlmgn J Thompson, La Urea W II Martiniwf S F J X Holier * fmy, OgU S E Davenporl.V wi'.do O Tabor, S Clara J W Has kill, s .lose J H McUregor.Cucatng E A Phelps, SPIt R A A Wlgmore, SFi nd UNITED STATES. Wm I* Smith, Fa E II Royd, Nietos W I'aul, do M W Wabber, Bkrsfld R Williams, S Frnd J/. Harnett, S Hmd H Wester, ('hicago .1 Mayhew, do \ Rowland, Puente .1 Rhodes, s F .1 A Gray, do 11 Hopf, do W Birchall, S F BORN. REIN'sTEIN.—On Saturday, Sept.2Bth, to the wife of P. Reinstein, a daughter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ffoT C 'ity M iirhlnil. JOHN J. FAKIULLO announces him self as A Candidate for the office of City Mar shal, at tbe coming Municipal election. For City Treasurei'. 11. FLEIfIHHAH announces himself as a Candidate IbrCITY TRKABUMER at the ensu ing election. seplS JTor City Treasurer, lIKKNA.W VIGUKCKEX announces himself as a candidate for tlie ollloe of City TREASURER at tlie ensuing Municipal elec tion. sep2l Wot City ''l"'l*«•llSlllrtM• J. L. WARD. seplS For Mnyor. Al the request of many citizens, the under signed announces himself a candidate for Mayor, al the net Municipal election. F. SABICHI. I.os Angeles, Sep. 13th, 1574. ~ From tlie E'rot'eeilliie;** of tlie I.oh Aii g'CleN Municipal Election Club. I'KSoI.VDIi, That we shall support for office at the ensuing .Municipal election, only such candidates as have the interest ofthe whale city in view, and we cord tally invite all good citizens to aid us in this work. Retained, Thai having entire confidence In lis executive ability, and knowing Ii is special Illness for the offlce, we hereby nominate as a candidate for MAYOR Major L. J. SACRISTE, and that a Committee bo appointed to ap prise him of tlie action of this Club nnd ask his acceptance of the same. LOS Anoki.ks, Cal. Sep. 2:5, ISTi To the Officers and Members of the 1,. A. M. K. Club. —Gentlemen: 1 accept your nomination of myself for May or, and thank you for your preference and generous support. Yours Respectfully, Bep24-hff , m <mm ' «limm»»U^'i'''im FEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Bring in your Jewelry Jobbing that others say cannot be done In Los Angeles. C. 11. HFSII. B> I<l O Xt E3 Ht , The King of Pianos, STANDS UNRIVALED. KOHLER, CHASE & CO., WHOLESALE AGENTS, tt:i:i < street. Nan Francisco. J. D. PATRICK, .\o. UO I prills Hlrcct, AGENT lor I.os Angcies, the Southern Me tropolis of the State of California. scpG-lm If you want a Howard walch. consult C. H. BUSH before purchasing. FURNITURE FOR THE MILLION! H. NEWBAUER, BPBI IV Ci STRE J"Z T, Next door to I he 11 Kit A I.D Otlice, lias OOllstantly on hand ail e\tcu.sl\ c slock id FURNITURE, BEDDING AND WINDOW-SHADES, Ami everything In his line, which will be sold Cheaper than the cheapest. mytitr GIVE HIM A CALL, limit!-a For a fine article of Spectacles and Nose Glasses. C. H. BUSH can suit you. Notice to the Public. Dit. poo fiii to.\«i takes this method of informing his friends and the public I hat he in lends leaving fort 'hina ill about two weeks. All persons having business with him will please call on or before that time. POO CHI TO* a. LflS Angeles, Sep. IS, 1574, 19-2W Call on C. H. BUSH when you want to buy a Seth Thomas Clock. Special Notices. Peter I.unney.Maln street, second door from corner of Court street, has a splendid assort ment of Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Liquors Cigars, Tobacco, etc., which lie otTers at tlie lowest market prices. All goods of tbe best quality. Orders delivered free or charge. sep27lf Splendid gents suits. Coat pants und vest, for $12, very heavy. Gents Satinet pants $2 00 and $2 50 at the Bazaar Oomer of Main and Requena streets. Tsaae Norton & Co., corner of Main and Requena streets, are now selling out their Spring and Summer stock at reduced prices. If you want to save money give them a call. The quickest way to make a for tune is to buy your goods at the Bazaar, corner of Main and Requena streets. * Five spools of Coal's thread for2> cts. Four papers American pins for 2") cts. Four pieces Worst cad braid for 25 cts. At the BazaAS, corner of Main and Reque na streets. • Tho Bazaar is now giving 12 yards Best American Prints for $1. Also, six yards 4-1 French and American prints for SI. At the corner of Main and Requena streets, oppo site the U. Bjßo*SL_ Everybody Is wondering why tlie Bazaar is selliiigtheir goods so cheap. Tbe reason Is tbey must clear out their Sbrlng and Bum mer goods to make room for 1 the Immense stock of Fall and Winter goods which they will soon receive. * John Purpura's Barber Shop on Spring street, opposite the Herald offlce Is In creasing in popularity dally. The shop Is well furnished and kept in npple-ple order, and the three first-class workmon are constantly on hand to attend the wants of patrons. For polite treatment, first-class work and satisfac tion generally in the tonsorial line, call on Purpura. t sep2o-5t All travelers and miners will do well to get their Boots and Shoes made at the Los Angeles Boot and Shoe Factory of A.S. McDonald, No. 104 Main street. Call and see lor yourselves. Ten yards brown factory for HI. Eight yards extra heavy 4-4 tactory for $1. Ten yards do do ISO inch forsl. Four spools Brook's thread lor 25 cts. At the Bazaar, cornerof Main anil Reque na streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel. Four palrsoamless hose for SI. Three pair diamond toed Shaker socks for Si uo. At Isaac Norton A Co.'s, cornerof Main and Requena streets, opposite U. S. Hotel * Agency Imperial of London and Queen of Liverpool; capital, 518,000,000. North ern of London, capital, $15,000,000; and Hart ford ol Hartford, capital, 53,000,000. Offlce: Room No. ;t Downey Block. JOHN CARLIN, Agent. sepj-tf *S_ The tide of immigration Is steadily set ting ln, und tho flist thing eastern people do Is to throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of Dksmonp. They say there is no comparison between the two. 2,'^o Agency Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. Assets, 821,000, -000. Agency State Investment Insurance Company, Fire and Marine. Assets, $;tBO,OOO, at Brodrick's Book Store, near the Postoffice. m (i.i lo the Fashionable Tailor, Pitz patrlck, when you want a fine suit of clothes. If you desire recommendation, ask any of his numerous customers, and you will he told that " Filz."always does his work well giving tine work, good material and reasona ble prices. Do you want a stylish and neat-fit ting Boot orshoe, then call at once on Wm. Slaney's Cosmopolitan Boot and Shoe Store, lor he receives by every steamer the lntest and best styles, and ho sells them at such low prices, that you can't help buying. Cus tom work a specialty. He has engaged some ofthe best workmen that could be found In San Francisco, and he guarantees to give his customers all hand made hoots nnd perfect 111 at the same price that you pay for machine made hoots. Call and examine ills samples and see for yourself, al 100 Main street, oppo site Wells, Fargo A Co.'s. sign of the Big Blue Boot. EL DORADO STORE. A. C CHAUVIN. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Choice Family Groceries, Country Produce, Wines, Liquors and Tobacco. TO Main sl.,Los Angeles. nug22:tf mTsCE L L A NEOUB 7' Sheep Pasturege for Sale or Rent i rr/ W\ ACRES GOOD PASTURE A | v"\ " land, desirably located, for sale at a very low figure, or for rent on the most liberal terms. Apply to CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers. sep-98 Opp. Postoffice. AUOOIt t'ARH-UO ACRES OF LAND, well improved, Is offered for rent by CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, septStf 21 Spring street. WANTED!! A GOOD ENERGETIC MAN With a capital of $1,000, to purchase a half Interest In one ofthe most popular and best paying Res taurants ln the cily. Apply to CHAM BERLIN & BANCROFT, Renl Estate Brokers,opposite postoffice. WA IN T ElilT (yOOV BUSINESS MEN OF CAPITAL to J apply at our offlce and enquire concern ing go. d business opportunities and Invest ments. CH AMBERLIN & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, opposite Postoffice. sepldtf WAJS T El)!! * A PRACTICAL LA UNDRYM AN With a capital of $1,000, to purchase a half in teresl .n the besl paying Laundry business in (he city. Apply immediately lo CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT, Real Estate Broken, opposite Fostoffloe, AN AGENT to canvass tlie city of Los An geles for an article that will pa" from «.5 in ioi.i perday. Apply Immediately to I 'll AM BERLIN & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, Nearly opposite I'oslotllce. sep2l ' FOR SALE. A GOOD BRICK HOUSE of six rooms, ,*\ pleasantly located within three blocks oi Postoffioe. Lot 60x166. Price M,ll>. Property is very desirable and Is offered lor sale at an extreme low figure. Apply immediately to < HAM HEREIN A BANCROFT, Real I sinie Krukers, Nearly opposite I'ostolHee. sep2l-tt house XndHl7ot FOR SALE. I- OCATKDOM THE EAST SIDE OP THE J ria/.a. Houso contains Five Large Rooms, Kitchen, Bath and Storerooms, and loin or live flue large Closets. The house is nearly all hard finished, and is iv the finest order ami ready tor occupancy. The lot is about 30 feet front by 300 feel deep, and runs through to Alameda street. This property I*owned by Mr. Geo. R. But ler, who offers it for sale ln consequence of bis removal to his place In I he country. PRICE. - - $3,500. Apply to CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT. REAL ESTATE BROKER*. •Jl Spring street, opposite Postoffice. sepB-lm MISCELLANEOUS. Mr. A. H. HAVELL BEGS RESPEOTFTLLY TO STATE THAT he has opened his new Piano-forte Warerooms in Anderson's Building, MAIN STREET, opposite the new Catholic i Mm h, wiih a full line of instruments by Hallett & Davis, Boston, Vose, New York, Dunham. Am! others, which be proposes to sell at San Francisco Prices. And invites competition. ORGANS i*y WOOD In great variety. Every instrument GUAR" ANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS. CALL AND SEE THEM! CALL AND HEAIt THEM! Pianos. Organs, Tuned Properly, Carefully Regulated, and Thoroughly Repaired. LESSONS CiVIVKN On the PIANO. ORG AN, VOCAL CULTURE, HARMONY, THOROUGH BASS, Ac PLEASE APPLY FOR TERMS. Every Instrument sold by me is war ranted New. aug.K):tf LOOTS KMERY PAOK. FELIX KPIIRAM URAVKL. PAGE & GRAVEL, Manufacturers of Carriages and Wagons Of all kinds, made of the best ma- tertal. Tbey also keep on hand a large stock of Carriages. Buggies, Light Spring and Heavy Wagons, of their own make, which they warrant in every respect. They have determined to sell their work at prices as low as the Inferior and worthless work that is frequently being pnlmed off up on the commcnlty ln Los Angeles and else where. Call und see the best assortment of C'tU'riagea und Uu/jKien ever offered In Los Angeles. All Carriages and Buggies manufactured by us, are fitted with Page's celebrated Patent Adjustable so w<dl adapted to comfort. sep2'2 SOMETHING NEW IN LOS ANGELES. I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY friends and the public generally, that I have engaged one of tlie very best W A T O II M AKEKS Direct from Switzerland, who will give thorough satisfaction. Persons having watches or clocks to repair will please give me a trial and Judge for themselves. Also, constantly on hand, 2"i,IKJO assoitm articles, tor sale cheap, at v. BucenciPi, CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STS. No. f><». myOm-2 FOR FIVE CENTS. LAGER BEER SALOON. "iirK have purchased theßaloon former ly ly kepi by CHARLES HAGAN. On <'oiiiinert iiil !"*lre«-l. And win hereafter retail a good quality of Los Angeles B _t±j J±S JrO AT THE LOW PRICE OF FIVE CENTSJPER GLASS. A UOOD STOCK OF WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. Kept constantly on hand. WRIGHT & MEIER. septi-Im WOOLEN MILL STORE ! PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER, Los Angeles Street, near Commercial, TTAVK JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER £i invoice of imported goods direct from Eastern markets, and now have one of the most complete stocks to be found lv the city, comprising CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINCS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &.C., &C, &C, &C, Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture. A Tailoring Establishment Is connected with tho store, where customers can have their goods made up In the las test style and at tho most reasonable prices. Call and examine tho stock for yourself. PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER. sept-tf It. .1. WOLF, THOS, GATES. WOLF & GATES' SALOON, MAIN STREET, opposite Commercial. None but the Purest and Best Wines & Liquors Kept at this honso. Both Imported and Domestic Brands are selected with care. A superb lunch is served every day, a'ld all the principal news papers may" be found in tlie reading rooms. sepistf b. k. rnuraa. l. w. thatch km. THE Great Jewelry House OF FISHER & THATCHER FORMERLY E. E. FISHER & CO. «7 MAIN NT., - - . I.un Angeles, t'nl. Manufacture, Repair and Sell Everything lv their line, at Manufacturer's Prices. sepst l « H. NEWMARK & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS -— AND — Hardware Merchants, J7 m f>„ Ac 11, Ijoh St. THE ATTENTION of the trade is called to our large and complete stock of Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Shelf AND II E ATY H u\. Tt 1> W ARE, Iron, Steel, Farming Implements, Wagon Material, _Piiiiits a,ncl Oils, Which we offer at greatly reduced rates. Special attention given to Mining Supplies. H NEWMARK & CO* sep2 6 Los Angeles, Cal. Immense Sacrifice! MAMMOTH BOOT & SHOE STORE Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE 500 Prs. Men's Tap soled Calf Hoots, 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. BSS" Anyone who reads these prices can see that I sell ruy Splendid and Well-assorted Stock of Men's, Hoys' 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 8c RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL. — .... m DX A. R H ITS Faints, Oil*. "Varnislios, lii'iisliessi. and 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. LIHEItAL INDUCEMENTrJ O*"ITEItEI> TO mjnJ 3m 13 PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. O IST HOTEL, .Main Street, Lou Aii(releM. A First-class House - • J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. ft 11 SB hi.h:h;imn« ai> ait TMSNTI Are large and well ventilated, un<i In the best pollute condition. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. No expense will he spared to make the Hotel equal to any on the Coast. aSM-tf—S Olienpei* titan tlio Cheapest ! J. D. GUERRERO, Corner of Plaza, above the Catholic ('hurch, wishes to inform the in general that he will sell from this date his entire stock or DRY GOODS, OlotbiUflTt Hoois. Shoes, Huts aud Fancy Goo«l** AT san PR AN CISCO COST, POSITIVELY. Not having lite required room iv my establishment to keep a mixed assort ment, as heretofore, 1 will sell my entire stock of Crockery, Glass aud Hard ware, Groceries, Liquors and Cigars, at reduced prices, lv order to make room for a Summer Stock of Goods tfdt Everything will be sold at San Francise* cost—but positively for cash. J. D. GUERRERO, JyMtf 5 Cor. Pla/a, T. P. Campbell's old stand, Los Augeles, CM.