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THURSDAY -NOV. 10, is: i. in m TERMS OF ADVERTISING. on X DOLLAR per Honors often linen, ifnM Insertion, nnd twks r y-ki\ ■ sent* psf Hqunre f..i ,'mli subsequent Insertion. IMSTAI. OIiANOKa, The following postal changes weal into op eration, .inly Ist, W7is All publications arc free of postage <<< subscribers in the county iv which I hey are published. Bookssnd pack age* of merchandise, to the weight or four pOlinds, can be sent by mail al tbe rale of One cent fur ever? two ounces or fraction over. Tied packages may lie entirely enclosed, Skims portion <>f scaled packages must be opened fur inspect kin. LOCAL BREVITIES. The City Father* have another feast of roasou and How of soul to-day. Tho schooner Elnora will sail from Wilmington to-day for San Francisco via Hueuemo. It is stated that tin- Cantata of Es ther, to he produced by Prof. Parker antl Ilia clan, will be brought out on Christinas eve. For the lv st Imported cigar—three for fifty cents—go to the "Identical," 38 Main street, Perry & Kiley Block— 3,ooojtist received. Yesterday the weather was threat ening all day, ami about 4 o'clock in tho afternoon a steady rain set In, continuing until it in the evening. For the best So ets. imported cigars, Ko to the Identical, .'!.S Main street, Ferry tV Kiley Block; 2,000 just re ceived. A complete stock of gents' furnish ing goods just received at the Iden tical, 38 Main street, l'erry St Uilcv Clock. Just received, a tremendous stuck of cigars, tobacco and smokers' arti cles at the Identical, 38 Mailt streel, Perry & Kiley Block, For the best bit cigar—three for So cents; four lor 25 cents; six for 2-5 cents- go to tho Identical, 38 Main street, l'erry A: Kiley Block. For a nice tie-scarf, shirt studs, sleeve bullous, under wear, gloves, socks, and hi fait everything in that line, at bottom prices, goto the ••Iden tic*!," 38*Malll street, Kerry A Kilev Block. The Wm. Taber arrived at Wil mington yesterday morning from San Francisco,bringing 120 passengers and 390 tons of freight. The time of her sailing on the return trjp has been postponed until next Friday. Passen gers will leave on that day on the 10 a. it, train. A general meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will he held this eve ning at 7:;>ti, at the District Court room, pursuant to appointment by Hie Hoard of Directors. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected by ballot. Every member Of the organization Is expected to be present,. Competition being the life of trade, the Identical, ."S Main street, bids de fiance to any and all competitors and will garantee to Ihe generous public, who have patronized t hem so Hue rally, full satisfaction in anything iv thier line, both as to quality aud price, (iive them a call. The Southern Pacific Railroad Com pany have their plans and specifica tions all made for the new depot to In built in tho Northeastern part ofthe city. The material for the building is already on the way and the work will be commenced before tbe two months specified expire, or about the last ol December. The fair ami festival, to bo given by the ladies of Anaheim, for tin- benefit ofthe Kpi.-eopal Church at that place, will occur on Wednesday evening, December t6tb. The statement that the att'air was to come oil" last night was a mistake. Ohr local Was troubled with mi raged visions when he read Ihe dale WMHigOH the ticket. Our Downey City correspondent re ports a heavy rush of Imsiness at that place. Corn is coming in for ship ment in large■quantities. One lot of 1,500 centals was delivered hy one farmer--Mr, Goocb—the whole raised from thirty-two acres, making an av erage of about sixty bushels to the acre. The shipment*, from the depot lor the ten days ending November lsth were: ;!7!l sacks barley, <'2»l sacks rye, 45 sacks peas, 1,226 sacks corn, UO hales ham, o barrels wine. About half past 8 o'clock yesterday morning Wm. I>. Jackson, a truck man at Wilmington, was loading lumber on the wharf,when tbe switch engine backed down and frightened his horses. Jackson jumped upon the truck to check the animals, but was thrown off, his head striking upon a railroad tie,and the truck passing over bis body. He received a bad seal]) wound from bis fall, but whether he sustained any further injuries by being run over we are unable to statu. The horses ran up the street and were stopped in front of Jacoby's store, without causing any further damage. We visited Ihe place of General Ualdwin in the northern part of the city yesterday, and bad tile pleasure of looking through what wo consider some model grounds. The ("eneral has about two acres enclosed for ti homestead and the place is covered with nearly every kind of fruit known to semi-tropical California. He has oranges, lemons and grapes of several varieties, liys, almonds, limes, wal nuts, apples, and almost the whole round of useful and ornamental shrubs and lluwers. We saw orange trees six years old bearing lair crops and some more mature completely loaded down with fruit, as well as lemons and limes bearing equally full. The (leneral has the advantage of a line spring of his own with which he irrigates tit pleas ure, independent of any water main or city fcanjtt. Altogether, we have never seen a place more orderly and well ar ranged, and, for one only six years old. we commend it to the inspection of our Eastern visitors as an example of what may be done in our country by the use of good tuste and a little cure. EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. [Mttti by lbs Tenders, f I lie Public Si-liooN "ill. is Allude - eon uly. j # —— Explanatory. About one year ago, the pro prietor of the Herald, offered to the Dos Angeles County Teachers' Insti tute, the use of a portion of his paper for the purpose of presenting the sub ject i»f education more fully than was customary in the journals of the State. The offer was accompanied with the condition that the Institute elect a committee of teachers who should be responsible for supplying the Fduca tioual Department with suitable mat ter, original and selected. The Institute unanimously accepted the offer, and appointed a committee of gentlemen and ladies to represent (hem, For several weeks the commit tee attended to the work and presented many subjects of general interest, which, we arc assured, attracted the attention of the public. For reasons not necessary lo be repeated, (he ed itors became discouraged, and, a> the Hkkal.O soon after changed hands, the matter was entirely neglected much to Ihe disappointment of the majority of the teachers of the county. Last week (he present proprietors of thu ll'ftitAi.n renewed the oiler. Tills was accepted by the Institute and a new committee appointed. From the interest manifested by the teachers we may reasonably expect more satis factory results. Editorial Committee. In selecting the committee lo super intend this department, there was a desire to have ail parts of the county represented. Mr. J. M. Guinn, the popoular Principal of the Anaheim schools, was chosen to report the edu cational condition of that thriving and interestinv, portion of Southern California. Mr. W. 11. Henderson represents the town of Wilmington, That he will do this in a satisfactory manner we are well assured by his long expe rience as a teacher and from his gen eral Intelligence and thorough schol arship. Miss E, Beneough, the senior teacher in the Public Schools of this city, will prove a valuable co-editor, if she is as faithful as she is in the duties of the school-room. When we speak of her as the senior teacher, of course, we do not mean senior in age. Miss Maggie Hamilton, late of the fndianopolis Public Schools, now pre siding in the beautiful school house lately finished iv the San Gabriel district, will favor our readers with reflections founded upon her brief but eminently satisfactory experience as teacher. It is hoped her pleasant sur roundings will give Inspiration to articles that will adorn our columns. Supt. Peck was added to the com mittee, because of the nature of his duties would enable him to understand the want of every part of (be county. As he visits the various schools, he will be prepared to present many facts, encouraging or discouraging, thai will enlighten the public upon matters In which (hey now manifest but little Interest. Mr. Peck may confer much benefit upon the cause of which he is the official bead by magnifying his oiliee as editor. The undersigned will contribute his mite to sustain the interests of the teachers with whom his association has been so agreeable. His position naturally gives him the position of local editor. If he can attend to those duties in a manner satisfactory lo those who appointed him, he w ill la? amply recompensed for any tax it may be upon lime and energies con secrated to tbe cause of education. W. T. I.ituv. Our object. In accepting the positions assigned us by our fellow members of the In stitute it was understood that Ihe ob ject of this department is lo present statistics iv reference lo our own schools, and to the .schools of other (anilities and other Slates. Another object was to have a medium of com munication between teachers,bet ween teachers and trustees, and between teachers and parents. All have it common Interest In making our schools as nearly perfect as they can be made by the harmonious and en ergetic act ion of all concerned. Communications from trustees and from parents are respectfully solicited. Teachers are not always what they should be. Perhaps if they see them selves photographed in this depart ment, they will acknowledge their impel lections and reform in time. Friendly criticism may be the means of saving many a valuable young man. While there is no room for long es says, short, spicy articles will always be acceptable. If every teacher will send at least one article each week, he will improve himself and encourage others. At the end of each school month send your roll of honor with any local items thai will be of general interest. Respect for Labor and Laborers- One of the most important subjects before the Institute was presented by Mr. Howe of Westminister. "How shall our pupils be prepared for the duties of life?" Owing to other busi ness provided for in the programme, there was not sufficient time to discuss this question, Mr. H. referred to the fact that we were constantly holding up before the minds of children the hope of their becoming professional men, politicians, governors, presi dents, etc., ele. He considered this one reason why so many young men sought clerkships iv preference to learning useful trades. They learn just sufficient in the public schools to make them despise hard work. lie thought the teachers Were responsible for much of tbe hoodlumism of tbe day. Prof. Can followed with some very forcible and practical remarks. He was in favor of leaching children that there was no true dignity without labor. II is hoped Mr. Howe will use his [ion In presenting his views more fully than be was allowed to in the Institute. Tbe question will bear dis cussion. Stale School Tax. I.asl year tbe Stale School lax amounted t<> $240<ttDO« 'ibis year it will be $1,100,000. The Stale Fund for public schools is almost half Ihe ex pense of our whole State Government, Prof. E. S. Carr. The familiar talks, the scientific, lec t tires and the eloquent addresses of this venerable educator will long he re membered i>y the members of ihe Teachers' Institute. At another time we v ill refer more particularly to his labors for our good. The Professor has mode tt favorable impression on this community. Wishing him a safe return to ills home, we til Ihe same time assure him be will always receive a hearty welecomc in future visits to Los Angeles. Personalities. It is well to announce in the outset that no personalities w ill be allowed in this column. We represent till tlte teachers in the county and all have equal claims upon us. There will necessarily be differences of opinion upon many mutters that may be pre sented for discussion. Let each one give his opinion in strong argument, out always in gentlemanly language. Let the ([olden Rule be observed by till our correspondents. Personal. We regret to announce that Miss E. (I. Martin, of the Green Meadow Dis trict, and Miss E. U Hall, of Soledad District, have left the county. These ladies made many friends during their brief stay with us. Miss Hall will long be remembered for her beautiful elocution. Her recitation was one of the pleasant exercises of our annual re-union. Examination of Teachers. The regular quarterly examination of applicants for teacher's certificates will commence on Wednesday, (he lid day of December. The County and City Boards of Examination will hold a joint session. Strangers can obtain all necessary information on applica tion to either of the Superintendents. Rev. Dr. Hill and White. The lectures of these gentlemen be fore the Institute gave very general satisfaction. It is not surprising thai some of their positions Were denied by a portion of their hearers. We will refer to these lectures again when we have time to do them justice. A Good Idea. Ihe pupils of the Dover, N. li., High School are examined at regular inter vals on tonics which involve a careful reading of the daily and weekly news papers. City Teachers' Meeting. The regular monthly meeting will beheld in tbe Superintendent's ollice Friday afternoon, commencing at U o'clock. «»» The following is a list of passengers per steamer Senator, which sailed from San Francisco for Wilmington November 181b: L F Miller,T J Clark, T Sweet, H Kin d ko, Miss M Monell, W 11 Anderson, L Lock hard, Mrs KlChhttn, C C Palmer, Mrs Klnek, Mrs Perry, Mrs Eis worth, J C Kiuek, M II Perry, X fl Hhenone, s MJois.JJ Carter, and wife, W W Ballard, J H Fuller and wife, J M Fuller, .) Magee and wife, T McGli very, J Smith,'l' II Suhr, M Smith, Mrs John Smith, C E Benjamin, S Booker, 1) Rodger*, J Blake. P T Davis, X Nlchmas, MrsiCralg, T Vic tor, E X McKee, J F Crossnarl, X P Sachs and child, Charles F Miller, 10 A Nickerson, C Bush, M Calhoun, A Lansberger and two daughters, J T Rafferty, Mrs N C Mayes. We saw yesterday tit the salesroom of Dewey, Kimball & Co., some elab orate shell-work frames, which as par lor ornaments tire among the finest ever brought to the city. They are the property of a Spanish lady who is compelled to dispose of them, and on her account they will be rattled by Mr. .1. A. Bell. One hundred and ten chances will be sold at three dollars each, Ihe highest three throws and the lowest, lo take the respective choices. The frames aro line works of art stud should be examined by all who are Interested in such matters. The articles of incorporation ofthe Main street and Agricultural Park Railroad were filed yesterday. The capital stock is fixed at $50,000, and ten per cent, litis been paid in. The officers of the company tire as follows: John (i. Downey, President; O. W. chiids, Treasurer; Chas. E. Bean, Secretary. Directors—J, G.Downey, O, W. Chiids, J. S. Carr, M. Morris, W. F. Edgar, C. E. Thorn. E. H. Workman. General Baldwin, the engineer of the road will commence surveying antl locating (he line to-day. AYe learn that the road is to be lirst class in all of its appointments. The Matrimonial Market. I hVom the Washington Chronicle,] Many a man who had a Moating in debtedness that he thought he could, by a little exertion, meet and extin guish, 11 lids now that he is likely to carry the whole property. This was threatened last Hummer, when he carried his family t<> Saratoga, and be bad sorrows and misgivings about the propriety ot* the expenditure. Hut the hope -not of rest, for the fashion able Hummer resort is the hardest working place known to the civilized world but the hope, we say, of get ting Ills eldest out. of tho way of her sisters, who are crowding upon the skirmish line, induced him to in crease rather than lessen his|indcbted ness, and now the Autumn tomes, "the saddest of the year," for the campaign was a failure and the daugh ter grows older and the debt heavier each day. Tbe matrimonial market was never so dull its during the last. Slimmer. To use the commercial phraseology in its quotations, goods considered til fair demand heretofore, have been found heavy on the bunds of the holders and will have to be car ried over to another season. Hidders were lew and slow in their advances, seeming to fear it further decline iv the market. The more delicate arti cles heretofore most in demand seem to stiller more than the coarser fabrics that would stand better wear and tear. Specimens carried over from tt former market seem to be in a worse condition than any other, and handled goods are almost in as poor demand as (she second hand article. « • » The Vallejo Comim trial aud Sav ings Hank has declared a i-toekhold ers' dividend of one per cent, for Oc tober. The quickest way lb make a for tune is to boy your gumhl at the Bazaar, corner of Main ami Requena streets. * Splendid penis suits. Coat pants and vest, forsl2, very heavy, Gents Satinet pints $2 00 and $2 SO at the liar.aar corner of Main and Requena streets. • For bill posting, distribution ot circulars, programme.-,, cards, election an II ounce meats, elc, leave orders with K. S. Walker, the only and regular Kill Poster in Ihe cily. office at the Slur office, or orders may be left Si uliy of the pr.ptlnaj offices. .lust received, n tremendous stu.-k of cigars, t0i1,,...-., and smokers' artlcles.al the Identi cal, 38 Mam streel, l'erry A Riley Clock. Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main and Requena streets, are now selling out their Spriti"; and Summer stock at reduced prices. If you want to stive money give them a call. Com petition being fhe lift* of trade, the i.irn lieal. 81 Main street, bids defiance to any and all competitors and will guarantee to the gen erous public, who have patronised ns so liber ally, frnl satisfaction in anything in our line - both as to quality and price. Oive us a call. Special Notices. For the best Wots, imported cigars go to.the Identical, :"S Main sireet, l'erry A Kiley block; 2,000 ,insi received. a comple.e stock or Bents' furnishing g is jusi received at the Identical,td Main street, Perry a Riley block. For a nice tie-scoff, shirt studs, »loeve-bnt lons, under-wear, troves, sosks and in fact everything In that line, al bottom prices, go tothe Identical,SB Main slice 1 ., Ferry .1 Kiley block. for the best Imported cigar—three for 00 ets. —go to the Identical, 38 Main street, l'erry * Kiley block; rt.OOO just received. For tiie best bit cigar S for Soots.; 4 for SS ets.; BAir23ets.—goto the Identical,3BMain stieet, Kerry A lllloy block. The rainy season la coming on. Are you provided With boots, shoes and rubbers - .' K. SEAN EY, corder of Commercial and Eos An geles, has a full stock of the kind you need. 110 not fail to examine his goods before pur chasing. A gentleman Is not well dressed until he has a neat-tllting boot of shoe. R.HLANEY keeps then*—tlte best, most stylish and cheap est. Hive him a call. For good Cigars and Tobacco. Call al Hugh Keelian's, No. 10 Commercial street. in front ofUrnnltc Saloon, novlltf KoWI.I'.iJ AI.I.KY and Billiard Saloon, In ihe basement of the i. s. Hotel building, formerly occupied by the Cucnmocga wine Hepot, a Saloon With a lirsl class stock ol Wines, l.luU"!i llgars, etc„ etc , and the best iiecommiMlatlon for customers. No charge will be made to patrons for the use of llilliard tables and Alley. A lunch will be served in Ihe evening. Aiu l 'st M KI.CU kit, uovtltf Proprietor. Tiie Saxe Brothers are en route for Eos Angeles with thirty thoroughbred Dor ham bulls of nil ages,direct from Kentucky. The) will arrive November Wth. S A. S. McDonald, 1(14 Bfaltl sireet, opposite Court House, has just re ceived :i large assortment of rubber hoots, all sorts anil sizes. Call til once anil have your choice. Mookk's Restaurant, on Commercial street, Is tbe propci' place to go tor » good meal, with a good cup of cott'ee or tea to drink with it.— There la probably no restaurant on the Pacific coast where so many ofthe substantiala and BO many Of Ihe luxuries may be had for 25 cents. Don't forget I In-place Moor's Restau rant, Commercial street. Private eating rooms have been neatly titled upfor these i'iiiii modal ion of ladies. net 17-1 in New Goodsl New Goods] Marxsen llt I is. , ol' I lie lie,, , are ry. .1 .*,■<■, ... ~-itel' of Mail! and Third streets, keep Constant ly on baud v lame \ iiriety of Dry goods, clothing, i leuts' undeiwear, mails aud shoes, Urocerlea, etc. A large supply Of new goods Just received, aml sold Ul reasonable rales. All goods arc ofthe best quality; no auction goods sold by us. We respect in Ily solicit tho public lo examine our goods and'judge for themselves. Hoods delivered to any part ol tho cily true of charge, octlttf Piicenix Insurance Company, Hart* ford, i lonnectknil; Home insurance company, New York; North British A Mercantile In surance Co., London and I'Minbuig; Com bined Assets, k'jo.ano.ooo, gold. I'll AS. K. JO 11 NSON, iVJ Temple Ulock, oetltl Eos Angeles, Cal. PeterEunney, Main .street, second door from cornerof Court street, hasa splendid assort meul of Grooerie*, Provisions, Wine., Liquors Cigars, Tobacco, etc., whlah he oilers al the lowest market prices. All goods of the beat quality. Hideis delivered free ot charge. sepTVlf Five spools of Coal's thread forUS ets. Four papers American pins "or 25 CIS. Foil!' pieces Wnrslead braid for2s c's. At the Ilaz\aS, coiner of Main and Iteque na si reeis. Agency Liverpool and London and i11,.1n- Insurance Company. Assets, 821,000, -0110. Ageuey Stale Investment Insurance Company, Kirc and Marine. Assets, 83110,000, a' It..'dOck's Hook Store, near the I'ostoilice. *■» Ten yards brown factory for .si. Elgin yards extra heavy 4M lactory for 81. Ten yards do do .winch for SI. Four spools llrook's thread lor 25 ets. At the Cazaak, cornerof Main and Ke.ple na streets, opposite the v. s. Hotel. * Four pair seamless hose forsl. Three pair diamond toed Shaker socks fur J1 (0. At Isa ac NORTON A Co.'s, corner ol Main and UeifUeua streets, opposite l. T . S. Hotel Agency Imperial of London and Queen wf Liverpool; North ern of London, capital, $!f>,U00,OO0; and Hart ford ol Hartford, capital, $.5,0u0,000. Office: [loom No. t! I lowney Clock. JOHN CAKI.IN, Agent. sens*! f mau TheUdeofiminlgratiou ti steadily set ting 111, HUd the first tiling eastern people do is to throw away their New York Ilatsaud buy ii new one or Dksmono. They say there is no eoniparison between the two. Go to the Fashionable Tailor, Kit/. pat rick, when you want a line suit of clothes. If you desire" recommendation, ask any of his numerous customers, and you will be told that " Fits." always does his work well giving line work, good material aud reasons- lIIIIIIIIIIMSISJ WANTS LOST FOUND. Xl OTICE. BIDS WILL BE RICEIVEDto IN excavate 2.2(0 cubic yards of earth. Apply 1,, K. BEAUDRY. ocl'-'all $150 REWARD. On (he 13th day of tietoher last, Mr. v. Beaudry lost id Ihe Ploo House, « Hia inond King. Thealsive reward will be paid tothe tinderUUOl) delivery of property to I. Beaudry. ami noquestkinsasked, novlltf I*. BEAUDRY. D OOWIS. -FAMILY and Single Rooms r\ with board at Col. Peel's on Spring St. nrivlOtf A FLORENCE BEWINQ MACHINE FOR Sab-, as good as new, for HH. lui|ulre at noVSdikWtf M* Mala stieet. TaOAItD. with fiirnUhcd nanus In a pleas -1 > aid location in a private family, s min utes walk from Poslottlce. Uehtlemen and their wives preferred. Enquire at this i mice, novliß m\V(l NEATLY I T UNISH ED K<»iMS, \ suitable for single gentb iiiun, or married couple, within a square of the Court House, for rent. Inquire of I. B. FEltiiisuN, DuVIW Corner of Spring and Court Sts. M. W. PERRY, ii O O It BIND £2 W. Downey Elock, Cor. New High and TemnU streets. uutll Xtß ANNOUNCEMENTS. l<\,r Mnyer. At Hit- request of many Influential citizens, 1». BEAUUHY will be a eandiilato for Mayor at tbe eonilutt uiuuielpal election. octfl B*oS* M o . 01 - I urn a candidate for the otlice of Mayor, at tbe next Municipal Election, unil solicit the support of my friends. Ocl2l OEO. O. TIFFANY, Sr. H'or Mm .1 At thfl re(|iiest of many citi/.ens, the under signed v unices himself a candidate for Mayor, al the net Municipal election. F. HAHK'HI. Lot Anxoles, step, i >ti■, isti. For City All <n-n •• v- A. TV. 11l rI ON Uu Cnndiil.ile forre-elec t K>li tothe off ice of City Attorney, at the en su'iig general municipal elaction. Wa& City M arislml. Jacob f. io;hui:\s i* ■ Candidate tor i'ity .Marshal. nclll* For Oity Marshal. 11. 1\ II AKTI.KE announces himself as a Candidate for the office of city Manhal, at the Doming I ectlon. oct! ICor Cily IMnnsliHl. I'ItANCIM It V X Kit, ex-Marshal, announc es hltnsel f as a. t isndhlate for the otlice of City Maolial at the coming election. scp:X) For City Marslial, inn. II A It lIIK. Detect! re Officer, desires to announce liimself as a candidate for our next City Manhal, Mpwt For City Mnrslud. jom> j. « mull i«» announces liim self as a Candidate for the oMea of cit j Mar shal, at the comlllg Municipal election. For City Tri'usiiri'r: 11. FI.EIMH.W VN announces himself us ■ candidate tor city TanASUMKR at the ensu- Ing election. sepU tPor City Tri'umirer, II BMtAWX Ml r.nr.vu EN, Nr., an Boun ces himself us a candidate for the office of City TRBASURBit at the ensuing Municipal elec tion, sep'.'l For Oity Treasurer. .lAMF.m m r.i.i.i m announces himself aa ■ candidate lor the olllce of City Treasurer at the coming election. sep'.'d For Cily TnUUTCI' J. L. WARD. seplS IVor City Akhchmoi', •JOHN VS. MOHHIS. octl» MISCELLANEOUS. Cheap,Cheaper,Cheapest! it. slanky is selling hoots and shoes at bed-rock prices. Thoroughbred Stock. The Saxe Brothers ARE NOW EN ROUTE FOR EOS AS relet with THIRTY THOROUGHBRED DURHAM BULLS! <if all gges, brought Direot fi'oin ICentuolcy, The* will arrive about November lOth, When Ihe stock will be placed on the 1 >SS A.IS < i HJI ..IOiS iVI V Itli XT. A line opportunity will thus be offered lo stuck-rul-sers loiinoruve Uieir breeds. oelttO-tf IMPORTANT! "LIVE AND LET LIVE," IS OUR MOTTO. And we mean todo the fair thing with Ihe public. Not sell a few leading articles below cost, and make It up ou oilier goods; but we will sell All Class of Goods at merely a living profit. You will find now In our store, the very best stock of DOMESTIC GOODS. AEHO, A full line of the newest and prettiest DRRfSS GOODS, — such ns — Black Silk, Fancy Silks, Poplins, Serges, Merinos, Delaines, Ac, Ever brought to this market. Furthermore the best make of California Boots and Shoes, For Ladles, Uunts, Misses, Hoys and Children Also, a full line of tbe best Clothing and Furnishing Goods. We do not blow nor brag, but If you with to be convinced, come to the slore IMPORTANT, MA. lIV MM' 1 1. X ICl\ l Under the Lalayellc Hotel.) Ami you will tlnd NEW AND FRESH GOODS Cheaper than elsewhere. oelltlf 150,000 ltlQDWOOI) HI I'AltKs* Jl'kt RECEIVED ANH FOR BALE lIV J. C. Jackson, hy it if Corner First .n.i Alameda sis. Notice to the Public. MR. BARBIER ims bought the ohi establishmeal known as the sS|n-iii|£: Ht. B»rl>or sji»o|>. And now open, tbe most convenient rooms iv Hie city. Three Hrst-class barber, ulwuys iv alti'iidanee. Nhavius;, Msg If air Ciilliu*. Mag Sliatu pooiiing. -Ke. Mr. Harbler Invites the public generally to some and see him. He eurei heartache In five minutes by applying his valuable Sedative Water, for 25c. Also, Lad ie Hair curling. German, French, Spanish und Italian lan guages spokeu. novlT-lni WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL. DEALERH IN jVniiits, <>il«, V»i.i*iiis(li«:»K, BruwhoH. ;iii<S €^\t%mm. Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Gilt Mouldiners of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGKNTH TBIO California Chemical Paint Company. LIBEttAL INDUCEMENTB OFFERED PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. CLAH-EITDOIsr IK OTCEL, A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. r r via ml nbr»l n c* >v i» artmid nt h Are large and well ventilated, and in the best POWlble rtonditkm, THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET No expense will he .-iiare' 1 to make the Hotel equal to any en the Coast. !i»i;-tl- J. L. WARD, 11 H O X E I* . Office, 15 Main street- AOIiXT, Goodall, Nelson & Perkins* Steamship Line. KA.IIN WAGONIi Union Insurance Co. Aetna Insurance Co. London Assurance Corporation. Orders for the purchase ol .Merchandise so licited. oovrTtf HUM AN HAIR. 1\ HAYS Respectfully calls tke attention of tbe La dles oi this City lo the tact that he is prepared to supply them with Switches, Braids, Curls, Frizzettes. ami »\ cry article in II U M A. IN II A I IS. Ladies' own hairmatlUfactUred at the short est notes!, and at .-.. hi P'l'iiiifiisco Ctavtesta 43 Main street. ocl'JStf I WOOLEN MILL STORE ! PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER, Lot Angeles Street, near Commercial, HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER . invoice of Imported goods dirnet from ] Eastern markets,and now have one of the most comple/,. stuck* l>> be 1..n0d in ihe city , com pi islng CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINCS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac, Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture. A Tailoring Establishment Is Connected with the slore, where customers can have their goods made up in the lastesl style and at the most reasonable prices. Call and examine the slock for yourself. PF EI FKENBE R0 Bit A 8H ACER. sepl-tf ROOMS TO RENT! Perry & Riley's New Building, t> N Al A I N IST I i i<: ET, Has recently been completed, ami is now be ing put in shape for occupancy. This build ing is a large three-story brick .situated In the central porlion of the City, between tbe Pkto House and the Clarendon Hotel. The llrst floor is occupied by business houses, and the second ami third floors are finished oil' for : lodging rooms lor single gent letnen and fam ilies. The building is finished in superior style.tiie Brussels carpels in tiie halls and the gas fixtures alone costing upwards of Jfllfl, l'b« building is supplied with gas ami citj water. Furnished looms to single gentlemen lor from |1S lo j'JU. suites of rooms, unfurnished, for ami v pwards. Suites of rooms, fuuilshed with elegant marble-top furnlluie, for bum (30 to $50. A large number of rOOHIS are already en gaged. Eastern visitors coming to Los Angeles for their health will (in.l here Ihe nio-t comfort able Mid pleasant rooms in ihe cily. S H. SLAUCHT, Ilea! I -lul.' AjCfill, ocf.'ltf Room lv, at head of stair . SUMMONS. TN THE DISTRICT COURT nt TI 11: sev enteenth Judicial District of the slate of California, In and for the county ol l.os .Ml geles. T. .1. < ■rider, plaint lit', ligation S. It. ( 01- ; der,defendant. Action brum at in tin- IHstriet Court of the .Seventeenth Judicial District of the state ol'Ciilifoinia, la and lor the county I of l.os Angeles, and the complaint tiled iii said county of l.os Angeles, In the office of tbe clerk of said District Court, The I. opie of Ihe Stale of California M ild greeting to s. li. Grider, defendant: You are hereby requirod to appear in an action bn night against you by the above-named plaintllf in the District Court ol the Seventeenth Judicial District of the Hlate ot California, in and for the county of l.os Angeles, and to answer the complaint hied therein, within ten days (ex clusive of Ihe day of service i alter Ihe service on you of this summons- If served within this county; or, if served out of this counly , but in this 1 listiiet,w it hiu twenty days; otherwise, within forty days, or judgment by ilefaultwlll be taken against you according to the prayer of said complaint. Tlic said action in bronchi looblaiu a decree of this Court dissolving the bonds oi matri mony between yourself and the plaint ill here in and for general relief. Reference is had lo complaint for particulars. Ami you are hereby notified thai if you fail lo appear and answer the -aid uompiainl as above required, Ihe said plaintllf will cause your default to be entered ami will apply to the Court lor the relief demanded in tin- com plaint. i— '-—. Given under my baud and tbeseal I lot Ihe District Court ofthe Se\en ■hiiai. j,,.«,„,|, judicial District of theHtale w. —■ of California, in aud lor the county of l.os Angeles, this itith day ofMeptember, iii Ihe year ol our Lord one thousand eight bun dred and sevcnlv-fwur. A. W. POTTS,CIerk, Hy C. W. (ioii.n, Deputy Clerk. J. It. Hoi.l.a Wax, Att'y lor Plff HVlTim* CUCAMONCA HOMESTEAD — NO TICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. TkJTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH AT ON i_> the first Tuesday of January next, iii front ofthe Postofllce at CiN-Minonga, ibero ] Will be a public sale ul the lots and lands of j said Cueamonga Home, lead Company, (i)l premiums, according to Hi" Ity l.awsc. sai l I company, and that said sale will continue 1 from day to day, if neecsan ; -aid : ale to commence at It) o'clock a. U, By order of the Bourd of I.hectors. Eos Augeles, Oct. 3), 1871. 1. M. HELLMAN, octi-'-lm Secretary. PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNESS MAJNIJ IV A. ©TO» V. S. C. FOY Proprietor. J?BTABLIBHED ,r * lBS * Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re tall dealer In all kinds or Saddlery and Har ness. The hest brands of Saddle, Harness ami Bole Leather, always on hand and tor sale ut wholesale and retail. No. I? I .ow A nftelea S"»t,-oeet, l.os ANUKLKs, CAE 1101.1-ll a LOOK TO YOUR FIRE! GREAT 1« EDIIC TIUN - IN — O O .A. Tall From $24 to $18, $20 and $22, According to quality, per ton, at I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent) COAL A' VItMJ. Cornerof Spring ami Court streets, Los AVOKUM, cat.. lepS UNION STABLES, MAIN STREET, (Near the l'ieo House, i ASKIN & HEWITT, PROPRIETORS, rJIH is Pi its rcl t^SJS^ branches, is ready 11,^*fiti^"2i£ tAJ*u_ ueeommodati' the public in the best manner. The capacity of thin stable is greater than that of any other in Sout hern California. Horses and Buggies and Carriages, with careful drivers, to let by the day or week. Domes boarded and groomed by the Cay, Week oi' Month. Respectfully solicit a share of public patron age, pledging iii return attention to busines ami a determination to sal istv their custom era. ootßltf C. 11. COMPTON, li. ÜBtXPOM), Compton, Cal. Late of Jackson, Term. COMPTON & BINFORD, Real Estate Brokers. Employment anil Intelligence Office. Olli. es lit « OlliptOil ami l.os AllgelcS. Los Angeles Office at corner of Court and spring si nets. Horse anil buggy free to show property,"' both in the city ami country. W a have Large Tracts of Land for sale in i.os Angeles, Kern, andlUtn Ber nardino counties, on very reasonable terms. I'arties looking loi' honies in Southern Cali oinia, will do Well |o call on us. COMPTON A BINFORD, oet.'tdAw Ileal Estate Brokers. lot |s i \,1.1;\ PAOK. VKI.IX KPIIl: AM OR A \ Ft.. PAGE & GRAVEL, Manufacturers of Carriages and Wagons QflpSkJL Of all kinds, made of the best ma miL&jt?* terial. They also keep on hand a large stock of Carriages, Buggies, Light Spring antl Heavy Wagons, ol their own make, which they warrant in . very respect. They have determined to sell tbeir work at prices as low as Ihe inferior and worthless work that, is frequently being; palmed off up on the ooromcnuy In Lf»n a ngeles and else where. Call and see the best assort ul of ('Ki'risgi's im.l 1 In.e'ies ever offered In Los Angeles. All Carriages and Buggies manuiuctiiicd by us, are title.l ydth Page's celebrated Patent Adjustable Springf l.n/. \ ImoK, so well adapted to so m fort. sepvK Moots, boots; shoes,shoes; rubbers, rubbers; gaiters, slippers ami everything in t tie line of shoe-leather. Go i<> it. si.aney for them. He has I he largest, best aud cheapest stock In Ihe city. PIANO WAREROOMS, Corner Main 'mil Second .Sis. Don't buy a Piano until you have seen- HALET DAVIS' SQUARE GRAND PIANO The one lhat took the If I« S T Plll A |Q At the stay Fair In 1871. Also the New Yoi k , now exbibi'ing at the Kink. A. H. HAVELL. oc(27tf CLAREINDON BAtt, 1 have just leased the popular clarendon Bar, aud have rctitte 1 it throughout Willi bil liard table, etc., and shall keep constantly on baud, a supply of th ' best Wines. Liituors and Cigars in the market. Allot' my old liiend ure luvited to call. novSn I'll AN X SANDERSON.