CiTY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
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insertion, and TWENTT-fTVK cents per Suuare
loreacn suiMSiiiwni Insertion,
TUESDAY DEC. 8," 1574.
I'<H'l'Al, ('II WOKS.
The following postal change* went into op
eration, July Ist, is?I: ah publications are
Ireeol |H»stage to subscribers in thecountv In
which they are published. Booksand pack
ages ol merchandise, to the weight of four
pounds, can i>, sent by mall at tlie rate orotic
cent tor every Iwo ounces or fraction over,
rieu packages may t.e entirely enclosed,
s .me portion .of sealed package* must be
opened lor inspecl ion.
Tlie Steamer Ori/.aba sailed for San
The Florence Kent Troupe hold
forth at Merced Theatre to-night.
There is joy in the house of Mr. L.
M. Holt over a son who put in his ap
pearance last Sunday.
McDonald, the wife-murderer, who
was sentenced to imprisonment for
life, was started for San Quenttu yes
terday, by the Orizaba, in charge of
Mr. Hodgkiss, Special Deputy Sheriff.
Mr. Seymour, at the Grange Store,
has some beet sugar which is really a
superior article and is sold at the low
est Grange prices. Call and examine
it and yon are Bute to buy some on
There will he a meeting of tho
Hoard of Directors of the Chamber of
Commerce at7:3o this evening at the
office of Judge Sepulveda. It is called
to make arrangements for the grand
mass-meeting to be held here next
Saturday. A full attendance is ear
We learn thai Mr. Nadeau is mak
ing preparations to put a branch line
on the routes between Cerro Gordo and
Panamint and the terminus of the
Southern Pacific Railroad, this side of
Bakersfield, There is a very large
amount of freiglit for the interior com
ing thai way, and it is likely Nadeau
will remove to that line altogether
whenever tho railroad reaches the
point where it Will he commercially
t he cheapest route.
A large sign in blue and white was
elevated over the Backnian House
last Saturday morning. The letters
are in bold relief and can be read at
the distance of a mile. Perry & Riley's
block has I hits been christened and
we presume will hen-after bear tho
name standing over its cornice. We
are glad to learn thai the house is rap
idly lilling with boarders who seek it
for t he tinperior ai'commodai ions which
iv every way it offers.
Wo ore under obligations to Mr. A.
S. Add la for Bonio Hue stereoscopic
views taken by him whfle out on bis
hist. trip. Tlie views comprise scenes
in Santa Barbara and Centura and
.sonic picturesque landscapes in Matt
laja Cafion, Ojai and Beauty Buttes.
We bave never seen the natural beau
ties of our State iv mountain, cliff and
cafion better portrayed than in these
views. If Mr. Addis would turn his
camera upon Los Angeles and sur
ronndlugsaud photograph sonic ofthe
beautiful scenes to be found here he
would give our city a better recom
mendation abroad than could be con
veyed by columns of written recom
Henry Katz, tbe messenger at the
depot telegraph office, met with a se
rious accident day before yesterday,
while out hunting. As be was pars
ing through a brush fence t|ie trigger
of his gun caught and the piece was
discharged, lodging' its contents in the
boy's left arm. The charge entered
above the wrist and ranged toward the
shoulder, lacerating the tlcsh badly.
Several shot also struck another one
of the party named Ed. Smith, scat
tering about one of his eyes, but fortu
nately missing that Important organ.
Kut/. was at once brought to the city
and medical care secured for him. It
is feared that amputation may be
We learn that the stock in the Cen
tineila Land Company is being taken
as fast as it is thrown upon the mar
ket. One hundred shares of $1000 each
were sold In San Francisco in one day
and yesterday a telegram was re
ceived from Santa Barbara engaging
100 shares more. Iti s the intention of
the company to keep the stock out of
the hands of speculators as far as pos
sible and to sell only to actual settlers,
liy this means farmers of small means
will be enabled to reap a double bene
fit, securing their land at a reasonable
price with the stock purchased and
sharing the profits of the auction sale
of land which will take place 10 Janu
uary. Opportunities for investments
of this kind are rare and settlers will
not be slow to take advantage of them.
A Cull house assembled ut Merced
Theatre' last night to welcome the
Florence Kent Troupe buck to the city.
The programme comprised "Robert
Emmett—an Irish Drama," a stump
speech by Chas. Thornton, and a
laughable farce entitled "Turn Him
Out " The plays were up to the stan
dard usually sustained by the talented
company and were fully appreciated
l.y the 'audience. The promised fun
was brought out with full effect in the
last piece and it elicited rounds of
laughter and applause. Miss Florence
Kent made happy hits as the servant
girl, and Mr. Ha I mourns the man who
»< put him out," did finely.
" Christinas F.ve, or the Young
Wife's Curse," will be brought
out to - night. Miss Kent will
assume tlie dual role of Lady And ry
•md femtly Lonsdale, supported by
the full company. The pecformance
will be concluded by the Irish comedy
entitled "Paddy Miles' Boy " Ihe
bill is a good one and will doubtless
draw a lull house. Remember that
the company will be with us only a
few nights and an opportunity to hear
litem now neglected may not rerur
When it comes to a cigar that will
afford you real satisfaction in smok
ing it is to be bought of Cohen A
Davis al tbe Identical, No. 38, Main
What l in- Ilnvc to Hny About II
Hen miry Kleeleil Miiy.ir by n Tfl
uniphniit Majority - Carrillo Our
l>rol>,il>:<- HI a mil ii I-Tbe People*
Tlclict riiroiiiflmiif Well Snpjiorl»•<!
- bnlMl llc|iort*« up lo I in- Hour ol
Our OelMg to Prean.
The flection yesterday passed off in
the most orderly manner and, as it
will be .seen, with tlie most satisfac
tory result*. Up to the hour of our
going to press (1 o'clock this morning)
full returns had not been made from
the First and Second Wards, but
enough was known to decide tho re
sult of the elect ion beyond a doubt in
all but one of llie oflices.
tS Tin; FIRST WARD.
Five hundred and forty votes were
polled and our report closes with the
counting tit 195, Tbe tally list then
showed the following results!
Kor Mayor—Beaudry 302
For Marshal—Carrillo 265
Hart lee 100
For fit v Attorney — Hut ton 226
' FHis 175
For City Treasurer—Melius 235
For City Assessor—Morris 355
For Councilmen- -Campbell 400
Mnltuly „.,.,.„ , ~,.800
(The rest of the candidates for Colin*
Oilmen fell so far behind that no possi
bility of an election remained.)
For School Trustees —James 322
Kurtz ... 371
In the Second Ward, 020 votes were
polled and 435 had been counted when
our reporter left the polls. The count
was then as follows:
For Mayor—Beaudry 200
For Marshal—Harris 108
Hartlee . 147
For City Attorney—Hutton 244
For City Treasurer, Melius had a
majority of 30 over Fleishman—the
next highest candidate.
For Assessor, Morris led the score
with 250, having a decided majority
over any competitor.
For Councilmen, Llchtenberger,
Robinson, Teed and Mascarel lead the
lists, with a prospect for ultimate ma
For School Trustees, James stood 250
and Kurtz 275—decidedly in tbe lead.
The count was concluded in the
Third Ward before 12 o'clock. Tho
following are the full results:
For Mayor—Beaudry IST
For Marshal —Carrillo 150
For City Attorney—Hutton 105
For City Treasurer —Melius 11l
.1. L. Ward 10
For City Assessor—Morris 205
For Councilmen —Hnber ....212
L. Woltskill 300
E. H. Workman 192
Tims. Leahy 183
.1. M. Stewart 170
T. A. Garey 172
S. Haley 100
E. Doss 3
Wm. Osborn 47
For School Trustees—Kurtz 230
Hubbell _ 25
The total number of ballots polled
Beaudry's majority thus far over
Sabichi stands: First Ward, 210; Sec
ond Ward, 114; Third Ward, 80; mak
ing a total majority of 404 votes. The
final result may perhaps increase this
number to 500.
The light for Marshal was a very
close one hetween Carrillo and Harris,
and at the present writing it is impos
sible to tell which will have a major
ity, although the chances are greatly
In Carrillo's favor. He will prohably
be declared elected by a majority over
Harris of 25 to 50.
For City Attorney, Hutton has a
popular majority in all three wards
and is as good as elected.
Melius, for City Treasurer, has a
large majority in the First Ward,
which will be 'increased by the final
count, and he also leads the lists in
all the other wards, so that his election
may be considered assured.
For City Assessor, Morris will carry
the city by a sweeping majority.
The Councilmen will be as follows:
First Ward—Campbell, Sotello, Mul
lally and Carmona. Second Ward—
Lichtenbcrger, Robinson, Teed and
Mascarel. Third Ward—Huber,Wolf
skill, Workman and Leahy.
Dr. Kurtz and Alfred James are
elected School Trustees by round ma
The whole result of the election
could not have been a more complete
triumph of the people and a more
thorough rebuke to the riug. It is the
Jirst overthrow of a clique wuich has
heretofore been the power behind the
throne in Los Angeles and which has
boasted that it was " Iron-clad"—be
yond the reach of the people or the
municipal authorities. Tho legisla
tive and chief exooutive offices
of Cue city are carried en
tirely beyond their grasp. Al
lowing final results as we have
predicted them, the nominees of the
People's Ticket will hold a balance of
power in the Council.
It is glory enough for one day; we
will rest on our arms and congratu
late ourselves as the people of Los An
geles, with the true interests of the
city at heart, that we havo gained so
complete a victory.
The final report which has reached
us subsequent to the writing of the
above and after the conclusion of the
count in the First and Second Wards,
gives the following results:
Beaudry—Total majority in the city
over Sabichi, 471); Carrillo—total ma
jority in the city over Harris, 23.
[Writen for the HERALD.]
Bomcbodyl beari Is giiy,
And somebody's Nafcrl Is sad;
Kor we terne ruber, far, fir away,
At door that wit li crape was clad
Badness and gladness RHkc
Are dwelling »lue by side
Perhaps the death Off an early on •
And Ihe crmvniiivr Of a bride.
Bright eyes are filled wtlh mirth -
Pale faces heud In prayer,
Anil hearts b 'side th • h niseholl hearth
Are crushed hy BtOttl d ••pair.
Ah! sorrow, and hope, and Joy,
Are parted l.y thinnest walls,
But on the h, arts Of ttrethoughtloaa qUvi
No shadow of rtotiyW falls!
No thoughts of Ihe funeral train
COIIM to the festive throng;
No hope Uial the past will colne again
To ihe anguished It. aris belong.
The future "s a sunny sen,
To the loveis of joy and niirlh:
Hut the past alone, lo those who wet p
Kor the sundered ties of earth.
Soineh idy's heart is guy
And soineh >dy'-; hear' is sttdj
Kor we reni-tnber far, far nway,
A door that with Drape wtt* el nl,
HadnejH and g:nnness alike
Confront ns on every side—
A wealth of smiles and a IJOOtI of leant
Willi hope and s.n to,v allied!
— M. M. 11.vi.i..
Brought to Light.
A few days siuce we published an
item referring to Bonie Masonic pa
pers which were found among the ef
fects of one Morrilla lately convicted
of larceny in our County Court. The
papers consisted of some memoran
dums tied up in a small package and a
demit from a Mason to'lodge in Scot
land to Henry MacDowell bearing
date of March lsth, 1808. The Ana
helm Ortzcitc quotes our item and adds
the following bit of history to it:
The MacDowell referred to in the
foregoing item was employed on the
Los Angeles Rancho, in May, 1872.
At his instance Morrilla was arrested
for the larceny of a lot of papers. The
papers, among which was a Masonic
demit, were found in Morrilla's cabin
by officers Davies aud Byrd. After
the preliminary trial of Morrilla In
the Justice's Court, MacDowell got
on a protracted spree, during which
he visited Anaheim Landing, pur
chased a bottle of whisky, embarked
in alight skiffbelonging to Charley
Smith, rowed over the bar, and was
never he,ard of siuce. It was supposed
at the time he had eommitte suicide
during a lit of mental aberation, su
perinduced by his protracted debauch.
MR. J. A. JOHNSON IN THE EAST.
A l.cllcr from one ulio hoard Hi« l.cc
iiicc on Noiillierii California -No
< n.s-i<- for Jealousy on Ilie |kart oi'
I.on .\ri!iclcM or Nan Pieyo.
Nkw Haven iCoim.), \
Nov. 20th, IS7-I. f
Kimtou llkkam>: [t was an unex
pected and rich treat to be allowed to
listen to Mr. J. A. Johnson's eloquent
lecture, anil at the same time have
the privilege of viewing Professor
Juiium' ljoa.util'ol jjbotogiujjUo or
Southern California, or in other words
the "New Italy." With Mr. John
son on tho stage and Prof. James at
tho stereopticon, it was difficult to
imagineone's self elsewhere but In the
sunny climes of semi-tropical Cali
fornia. Tho sight of the Spanish lady,
the lucky possessor of the big grape
vino, caused considerable merriment
in tho audience. Mr. Chi Ids' orange
orchard, Col. Pose's grand and beau
tiful orange avenue, and the views of
Dos Angeles city are very line, one of
them being particularly noticeable
for the tine High School building,
which looms up in tho foreground.
Having been a careful reader of some
of the Southern California papers and
noticing the jealousy existing regard
ing Mr. Johnson's lecture I have pre
pared myself to lislou to a lecture
principally upon Santa Barbara and
surroundings, but to my great sur
prise I found that he was not so dis
posed, and of tho two think, If] am
allowed to bo a judge, that ho rather
slighted Santa Barbara. In conclu
sion I must say had I not already
made up my mind to start for Califor
nia, the lecture would have imme
diately instilled into me a desire to do
so. The lecture, I trust, will be the
means of converting many an obsti
nate one to a belief in yowr glorious
State, Very respectfully,
Frank M. Ward.
Ou Sunday morning in a black
smith-shop opposite the Corbett
House, Carson City, William D. Ma
son was found dead. Ho died from
intemperance and exposure, alone and
uncared for. The deceased was a
book-keeper of the State Prison under
Singerland, and for two years was
Journal Clerk of the Senate. He was
between forty and lifty years old.
Tlie first bar of bullion from tlie
Prussian Mill, Jefferson canon, was
shipped to San Francisco fro in Bel
mont, on the 25th ultimo. It weighed
92 pounds, and was valued at $1,874
and is 990 line.
In consequence of the prevalence of
scarlet fever among the children the
public schools of (.'arson have been
If you want good photographs or
other pictures, patroni/.o Addis, oppo
site Pico House. He makes pictures
at half the prices charged by tlie other
galleries. dec 1-1 w
A. S. McDonald, 104 Main street,
opposite Court House, has just re
ceived a large assortment of rubber
boots, all sorts and sizes. Call at
once and have your choice.
O L Abbotl, 8 Krbru (' C Bdinger, S Ana
H 11 Howard s BhrewHbuhr, B Antn
F V Jonnson II W Gage, Wlmngn
M Johnson .1 Standlcy A Wf, S V
F W Athearn, Anlnu W V Tui-ulm-, Monte
•J F F.agan, SpiMjrfl li S Katou, full Oaks
01* Taggart.s mega W Konig, do
ri W Craigue, do ' p G'NeaT, PnmuC
.1 McCroa, s P X It
.1 liunlevy, WashngLn W FDurell A wf, 111
H 0 Granger ' 0 C Kdlnger, S Hosa
Oil Walt .1 Price | t omptou
A Machada V Aguireo
A Verger & fmy, S F W H Lowell, Colorado
F Eggert, Kansas \V II Norton .vwf.ChcK
Miss FKent, KcntTrp II 1, Barber, s V
X Helinour, ilo WJHeott, do
M L Belmour, do 1» Green, do
(j I Hard, do J J liinghum.do
L F Howard, do S C Booth A Iniy, S F
0 Thornton, do D M Hhyde, Nov
X lHinguu, I'anada J M Bmith,wf Jt dau,( 'I
X NY Howell, do Miss E Carrillo, Anhm
,1 B Lewis, Minn L .1 Marron.H Ana
Mel.cran, 13 Frudo
w. c. Htronits a co.s
Weekly stage Una
For passage or package;-, Pli(]tliieol' F. We
ber, Or corner Of Ansa and Alameda streets,
A cninptfitQ slock of gents' furnishing
Is Jiml received nt lie identical. :ts Main
street, Perrj A- Hiley block.
I'm' i, nice In-scarf, shirt studs, sleeve-hul
lons, imder-wc-ii', gloves, socks nnd In fact
evers thing In that line, at bottom prices, go
to the identic -!. M Main street, perry a lUley
block. _ f
Tne rainy season Is eohilhg on. Are you
provided Willi boot", shoes and rubbers'.'' It.
SLANKY, conic* of Commercial ami Los An*
j.e|,-s, has a till I slock of the kind you need.
I Hi not fail lo examine his goods before pur
A gentleman is not well dressed until he
has a neat-fitting bool or shoe. K. SLANKY
k-'eps litem—thebewtimbet stylish and cheap
est. Give him N call.
For g ■<•< I'Vie.lij'a mill Tobß"c .
Call at Hugh Ketiuin's,
No. it) Commercial street,
in front uf Granite Saloon, noviiir
New Goods] New Goods] Marxsen
Itros .of ihe i: W variety stori', miner of Main
and Third sire- is, keep Constantly on band
a large variety of Dry goods, Clothing, Gents'
undeiwear, liooisand S!u>,-s, flrocerles, clc.
V large stipp y of new goods just received,and
sold al reason a e|e rates. All g ioils ;u eof the
iicsi quality; no auction to sold byus.—
We respectfully solicit tho public to examine
our goods and .judge tor themselves. Goods
delivered to any part ot tlieci!;,- free of charge.
octlllf . ' .
For the be.l imported cigar -three for 50 ets.
go lo Ihe Identical, 88 Mall) ktivet, Perry A
Klloy block; ,!,tKUJust leeeivcd.
liowt.lNO Ai.i.hy and liillinrd Saloon, In
Ihe basement of the C. S. Hotel building,
formerly occupied by the cucammgi Wine
Depot, a Saloon wilh a lirst clitss stock id
Wines, LlquOra, Cigars, etc„ etc , and the best
accommot.ation for customers. No charge
will be made to palrons for Ihe use of Billiard
tables aud Alley. A lunch will bo served In
the evening. Aenisr Mki.ciikkt,
Tlie rsii.ve Brothers are ell route Tor
Los Angeles With thirty thoroughbred Dur
ham bulls of all ages,direct from Kentucky.
They will arrive November 10th.
I'liißMA- Insurance Company, Hurt
ford. Connecticut; Home Insurance Company,
New York; North British & Mercantile In
surance Co., London and Edlnburg; Com
bined Assets, *v20.:tn0.000. gold.
chas. v. JOHNSON,
52 Temple Block,
octllt Los Angoles, Cal.
Peter tiUnney, Main street, second door from
coiner of Court street, has a splendid assort
ment oft Irocei ies, Provisions, Wines, Liquors
Cigars, Tobacco, etc., which lie oilers at the
lowest market prices. All goods of the best
quality. Orders delivered free of charge,
Five spools of Coal's thread for2s ets,
FOdr papers Ameriein pins for 25 ets.
Four pieces Worstead braid for 25 ets.
At the BAgAAS, corner of Main and Kcque
na si reels. •
Agency Liverpool and London and
(ilobe Insurance Company. Assets, $21,000,
-000. Agency Stale Investment Insurance
Company, Fire and Marine. Assets, $3fi0,000,
at Brodi'lCa's Book .Store, near tlie Postoflice.
Ten yards brown factory tor 81.
Right yards extra heavy 4-1 factory for SI.
Tenyttj is do do .loinch for-St.
FousSpools Brook's thread for 25 els.
At. the Bazaar, corner of Main ami tteque
\ia srrec-i--, opposite the V. S.Tlotel. *
Competition being the life of trade,the iden
i leal, Main stseet, bid* defiance to :my and
all competitors and will guarantee to tho gen-
COKIS public, who h v c patronized us so liber
ally, fall salKiaetioii in anything In our line
—both as to quality and price. Give us a call.
230 boss lii it. al Note Paper just received;-!
d I lie rent tints in a box; all letters: at I lie
rjAitJiif,is M:dn *pet, I'er.yA.- lUle.\ l'.loek.
For Hie best I'igrir for a bit
" " '• " " :i for L's colitv,
".. »'...»»»,... «,,.».». 4-. ft • " "
... ;.b ' ~ .«.' s „ ..
,t ii ii ,-, il ii ii
Go to the Identical, No. si Main street, l'erry
J. ull. -.- 111... 1., 11.. SIsiI.AI.CmI 1......... it.
the cl y.
us, Tho tide of l«nnilgratlou is steadily set
ting In, and tin- liisl, thing eastern people do
Is to t hroiv a Wtty I heir New York 11.a is and buy
a new one of I ItCSMOND. Tin y say there Is no
comparison between the two. 2^o
Go to Hie Fashionable Tailor, Kitz
patrick, when you want a line suit of clothes.
If you desiie recommendation, fist any of
his numerous customers, and you will be
told that " Fit /.." always does bis work we 11 —
giving tine work, good material and reasona
THE LOS ANGELES
Poultry j&i Market!
126 & 123 Main Street,
is the only place in town where you can gel n
FULL FAMILY SUPPLY
- — at tho —
Lowest Market Rates.
They keep Constantly on hand
All the Delicacies of the Season.
of every description.
Fresh Eggs and Butter
Heceived everyday from the country.
Vegetables, Fruits and Nuts,
CIGARS and TOBACCO.
Received by every sleanuv from Han Fran
Also, a full supply of
omt»lted Bed r r<>n«ju<',
ijwiss, Limberger, Holland, (Jroam, liastt m
C HI IE IE S IE .
HOLLAND AND CALIFORNIA
ALUtN DRIED FRUITS!
tit TtilltA? 0 v L '
Ami many more things 100 numerous tf>
.niLntlop. . _ j
fi MI f tfl M\ 3 Ml 3
Orders from the country trade tm» promptly
attended to at lowest wholesale prices.
PROD XJ O -E
Come and set? our stnok and convince your
WHEELER & WILSON
THE CALIFORNIA FAVORITE,
Champion of the World!
'JTIIjEJ WIINTNMTJ AT
London 1862. Paris 1867.
Stockton 1874. San Jose 1874.
Vallejo 1874. Sacramento 1874.
SOLD ON EASY TERMS.
Special attention given to or
ders sent to
EDMUND DO AX,
Ha. l Spring St.. Lea Aaurelw
B. W. H.VKKAL, Onti. Agent,
■in Montgotne y street, s. f,
Coratf .Wain mid .second kin.
Don't buy a Piano until you have
HA LET da\/iq'
SQUARE GRAND PIANO
The one that look (he
IT I USX J? B IZE
At the State Fair in IS7I. Also the New York,
now exhibiting at the Kink.
A. H. KAVELL.
Notice to the Public."
MR. BAR BIER
Has bought tb.o ohl establishment known as
Spi-iuja; St. Barber SHop,
And now opens tlie most convenient rooms
in the city. Three tirst-eluss barbers al ways
Nbaslngr, Met linir timing. Met siiain
Mr. Barbler invites the public generally to
come and see him. He cures headache in live
minutes by applying his valuable Sedative
Water, for 2iic. Also, Ladies' Hair curling.
Herman, French, Spanish and Italian lan
guages ,spoken. . . novl7-lm
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
NOYES & DURFEE.
Corner Tempie Block and Spring St.
Wednesday and Saturday.
Uf00,..! irtmU 111 .Ul.v purL Ot IIIC \ OI"
Wi> nNo buy nil kluila ol Property Mr
Orders for Gentjemeu's Light I irlving Hor*
en, WQrk und Bad die Horses,promptly filled,
and til les to Mil Horses sold public or piivule,
guaranteed ptirfecr. !•!. W. Noyks,
novJllf ('. A. DURFEE.
WOOLEN MILL STORE !
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER,
Los Angeles Street, near Commercial.
Suits made to order for
Twenty-five to Sixty-five Dollars.
A line slock of imported and domestic
Blankets and Flannels
Constantly on hand. Alio, a tine stock ot
Ac, &.c, &c, &c,
C)f Foreign and r>omestie manufticluri!, kepi
in stock and made up in IhB beat Style Of lite
PF X I f> - KE N U EIIG F, ll A'SHAII X It.
Fish and Poultry Market,
TTTHITE BOUSE!, LOS ANGELES HT„
W Ibtrd door from the corner of Commer
cial. A specialty made of all kinds »f San
tiltheir MOSOn. Also,
Poultry, Eggs. Butrtextj
Game, T\'ute*. JTVuits,
Consignments of produce respectfully solic
All orders promptly lllled aud goods dellY
ered free of charge iii any part of the City.
• P. T. Aloonky. . J. O. Dixon.
MOONEY & DIXON
("IIVE NOTICE thai they have estabiislird
~J tbe Occidental Laundry, on
Flower street, near Sixth,
And arc; prepared to do
Hotel, Restaurant and Ladies and Gentle
promptly and on the most, reasonable terms.
Clothes returned in Six Hours if needed.
Terms moderate and tmllsfae: ion guaran
teed lo all.
NO CHINESE EMPLOYED.
No Chinese Thrashing Machines Used!
Leavo your/ orders nt the hotels and at the
Fashion saloon. novjytf
Meeting of Stockholders.
(1 OH) I■ 13 It ATI VK N V its KBY A NIJ FUUIT
J Company of l,o* Angeles County—Princl
pul place of business, I,os Angeles, Cal, No
ti<-<> is hereby given, that pursuant lo amplest
Of a majority ol I he stock hoi del sot said Com
pany, a special meeting of stockholders will
be held nl Hie Secretary's office, No. fl Tem
ple Hlock, I., Augeles, on
Tuesday, Dec. Bth, 1874,
At 10 o'clock A, Al., for tlie purpose of amend
ing Ihe iiy-LaWI, and transacting such other
business as limy come before tlie meeting.
T. A. OAKY,
bigs Angeles, Nov. SSd, 1871. President.
For bill posting, distribution ot circular,
programmes, cards, election announcenicnts,
etc., leave oniers with It. S. Walker, the only
and regular Hill Poster In Ihe city. Once SI
l lie Star office; or orders may bo left at any of
the printing offices.
FISHER & THATCHER,
I lave just received a complete new stock of the very .
SOLID SILVER WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE.
A Fine lot of Goods of our own manufacture in stock.
Manufacturing and Buying.
WATCH WORK A SPECIALTY.
All 9 ° ods 80, d by us ensued tree.
FISHER & THATCHER,
67 STREET, - Los Angeles, Cal.
WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL
(FOUMEIILY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.),
REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL,
X5l*ll>sllO«, SI 11(1 < n IjlSifS.
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES
California Chemical Paint Company.
—-TO— — imfi-ini is
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
'V 11 10 JS I. KE I» 1N < J JK I* A It, TM X 'JC !S
An Uub« ]M»a "ell Yi-nt:i.tu-,i,!tii"l In thi best possible condition.
THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET
No cr.ccnsc will lie Bp*i* u lo make the HftlO] oquul t» any «>n the Coaot. I»8l|-U— 6
I wuui,: state to the public that I have open
eel mi .
in the bUiCmltfl off** PKH Hotel bulldlni,
in oouueotion with
KRUMDICIC & MELCHERT,
where 1 will servo ■
Eastern and Pacific Coast Oysters
in every st vie, (lav nnd evening. Also, Ihe
test£N<;Ui>*i AL.K and I'ORTFU cMiißtnml
ly on haiel,
Oysters Received by every Steamer.
Uivc mo a cull and 1 will guarantee sntis
GEO. J. SCHNORRENBERG,
lv basement ofU. S. Hotid building, opixisite
Wells. Fargo A Co.'s Kxpress oQlce, Malu SI.
uovlOtf ■ I
INCOIU'ORATUD UNOF.R THE AUSI'I-
'A'onapHistnl .bug lrt«uivpkiHj3 i
The State Orange,
(for the purpose of yecitl'int; CHEAP IX
BURANCH for the
FARMERS Of CALIFORNIA.
For lurt u*r information upplj lo
.1. A. STAXLII.V,
No. 51. Temple Blurb.
Who U the Agent for Los Alleles County.
OO r s \< >
FOR CHEAP GOODS!
184 Main street.
JOHN H. SEYMOUR,
Los Nietos Mills,
FINEST QUALITY of CORN MEAL
ALWAYS OX HAND IX SUFFICIENT
quantity to sypply the market.
Ground Feed a Specialty.
All orders from customers promptly Ailed.
ThU mill has recently Is-en retWtcd. and bus
sulHelent capacity to grind
8,000 POUNDS OF CORN PER DAY.
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