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SUNDAY DEC. '27, 1874.
Off li HOLLAR per Square often Hues, first
Insertion, ami twi.nty-fivk cents per Square
uncu ll subsequent Insertion.
The following postal changes went Into op
eration, .Inly Ist,, lH7t: All publications are
Tree ol postage to Subscribers in the county in
which they are published. Books and pack
ages of merchandise, to the weight of rour
pounds, can Ik- sent by mail at the rate or one
cent for every two ounces or fraction over.
Tied packages may ho entirely enclosed.
Soma portion or sealed packages must he
opened lor inspection.
The Ventura sails for San Francisco
Michael Reese, the great San Kran
cisco money king and the richest man
in the State, is visiting Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Guards are making
preparations for a social on New Years'
E. W. Moore, agent for a number of
Bteel and manufacturing firms of
Pittsburg and Cedar Falls, Pa., is in
the city.
Lost, a few days ago, just this side
of the Ban Gabriel river, tlie outside
case of a gold watch. The finder will
please leave ii at the Hukai.ij office.
We learn that a Mexican living in
the southern part of the city acciden
tally shot, himself yesterday, but
we have been unable lo gather the
The only business iv the Courts yes
terday was tlie ease of O'Donnell vs.
Matthesias before Judge O'Molveny, iv
which a judgment was rendered In
favor of the plaintill for $"><) and costs.
Next Monday evening Merrill
liodge, No. 209, I. O. G. T., will cele
brate the seventh anniversary of the
founding of the lodge hy a grand so
We have requested numerous par
ties to furnish information for our Ist
of January review. An immediate
response will prove of great conven
The Clenega school closed on last
Wednesday, and the prizes were
awarded by ballot. The first was taken
by Miss Ella Gird and the second by
Leha Cottle.
Los Angeles Lodge No. 42, F. & A.
M., will install their officers for the
ensuing Masonic year tit 2 P, M. to
day. Pentalpha Lodge, No. 202, and
all Master Masons iv good standing
are cordially invited.
Colonel M. N. Johnson, of the Cali
fornia Military Academy, Oakland,
and Professor J. N. Haskins, Principal
of Golden Gate Academy, also of
Oakland, are spending a two weeks'
vacatioa in the city.
We were favored on Friday night
with a smart shower and the sky was
cloudy yesterday with a sprinkling of
rain. The farmers and stock men need
rain badly, and we hope it will now
be given them in full measure.
Dr. Rives of Downey informs us
that the ball given at Gallatin on
Christmas Eve was a fine affair, Most
of the gay lads and lassies of Nietos
were present and enjoyed themselves
to the full limit of the law circum
venting human happiness.
Mr. Fisher, editor of the Wilming
ton Enterprise, passed his Christmas
in Los Angeles. He is greatly elated
over the bright prospects of his town,
and tlie truth is that Wilmington has
a bright prospect in the immediate
Mr. R. C. Foy informs us that he
found a Henry rifle ball in his house
the other morning, which had been
shot through the window on the night
previous. It was doubtless the work
of some careless person, but, inten
tional or not, such visitors through
tlie window are not pleasant.
A special meeting of Orange Grove
Encampment, No. 31, I. O. O. F., will
be held on Tuesday evening next, for
the purpose of conferring degrees and
the transaction of other important
business. All members are requested
Lo be present.
The Christmas Tree for the Sunday
School of the Episcopal Church will
dispense its fruit to the little ones to
morrow (Monday) evening, at the
church. The exercises, consisting of
music by the school and several of our
well-known amateur vocalists, read
ings, etc., will commence a 7 o'clock.
All interested will be on baud in sea
Col. Bob. Wood, of Missouri, is at
tlie Clarendon. During the war be
commanded the 13th Missouri Regi
ment (Confederate) and also served as
A. D. C. on Gen. Sterling Price's staff.
He was iv the van from first to last
and never had the luck to be sick
enough to miss a tight. He did as
hard fighting and just as much of it,
as any man in the Confederate army.
The following is the list of passen
gers per steamship Wm. Tabor, which
sailed last Friday for Wilmington: L
Nouman, T W Goddard, Mrs Dares
and daughter, H Bourliee, Master Da
vis, Mrs O M Jones, Capt Sarals, Miss
Reiss, W N Crane, jr, J M Jones, Jas
Winter, A S Canady, Jas Orendorlf, R
W Green, J H Stinard and wife, J
Endy, wife and 3 children, J W North
and sou, G N Deonard, E P Moody and
wife, Mrs E de Celis.
The First Presbyterian Church held
a very pleasant social at Oood Tem
plars' Hall on Christinas evening.
One of the features of tlie affair was a
Christmas tree loaded witli presents
for each of the 103 scholars of the
Sunday Hohook Among the presents
was an elegant ebony and rosewood
writing desk, accompanied by a gold
pen and pencil, the gift of the Congre
gation to their pastor, Rev. A.
White. A fine silver watch and chain
fell to tlie lot of one of the boys and
numerous other expensive presents
were In the list. Altogether tlie social
was most enjoyable for all who at
Christmas Feslfvittcs —M. E. Church South.
There was a merry Christinas gath
ering at Leek's Hall on Friday eve
ning. Tho entertainment was gotten
up by the Southern Methodist Church
for tho Sunday School children. The
whole affair was done up in a style
just to suit children. All restraint
was thrown off* and the big folks all
came down to the capacity of the little
ones, all entering Into tho amusement
which annihilated the distinction of
age and size. It is good for older
people to play child once in a while;
it increases the sunlight iv their face.
In lieu of the old-fashioned Christ*
mas tree, there was a curtain hung
across the corner of the room, the top
of which was about rive feet high.
The presents for tho children were
placed behind this curtain ami the
whole was called the fish-pond. The
fish-pole and line was put in the hands
of a little fellow, who was instructed
to drag his hook and line over into the
pond and when he got a bite to jerk.
What excitement and anxiety, while
the little fisherman was waiting for a
bite! A hundred little eyes were
watching that pole; by-and-by the
bite, then tlie jerk and out came tho
little bundle. ft proved, perhaps, a
dog—a real beauty—and tho next one
a lovely doll; then out came a pocket
knife, and all was excitement. This
Qshlrrg lasted nearly an hour. Then
came the supper, when all the little
folks were seated at the table first, and
the older ones waited All enjoyed the
evening with a gusto and went away
calling it a merry Christmas indeed.
Vernon School.
Vernon School District, heretofore
almost unknown, we think, from the
advancement It has mttde In the past
year and a half, deserves notice.
Tbusday, the 24th Instant, was the
closl ng day for a vaeat ion of five weeks.
Quite a gathering of patrons and
friends was present to witness the ex
ercises. Miss Voletta Ellsworth and
Miss Flora Babcook furnished music
on the organ for the occasion, com
mencing with a greeting song. This
was followed by an introductory piece
by Jay Ellsworth, a lad of nine years,
when music, speaking, compositions,
declamations and the reading of the
"Vagabonds" by the teacher closed
te exercises.
Mr. Ellsworth then being called upon
evaded a Speech, but expresseda'.desire
for the best of school privileges. He
also, for the Hake of amusement, pro
posed the question whether the present
teacher should be retained in the fu
ture, and (jailed [bran expression from
the school. "Ayes" were heard from
the patrons before the question was
put to the children, and it was plainly
manifest that there was no thought of
changing teachers. Mr. H. Brewer
oml J. (J. A. Stanley followed with
appropriate remarks in favor of the
school. All present seemed to enjoy
the occasion. Everything spoke as
proof that H. J.Morgan holds a first
grade; certificate and controls the
school witli remarkable tact.
A Pleasrnt Time 9.1 the Orizaba.
Enrroit Hkkai,i>: After a sumptu
ous Christmas dinner on the steam
ship Orizaba, December 25th, 1874, the
passengers assembled in the saloon
and organized by calling Michael
lteese to tlie chair.
On motion of B. C. Whiting, a com
mittee of three was appointed to draft
a resolution of thanks to Capt. H. J.
Johnson, whereupon the chair ap
pointed B. C. Whiting,of Los Angeles;
Major Thomas A. Ball of San Francis
co, and P. V. Denster, of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, as such committee. A few
minutes after, B. C.Whiting as Chair
man reported on behalf of the commit
tee the following resolutions:
Resolved, That the passengers on
the Orizaba desire to express their sin
cere thanks to Capt. H. J. Johnston
for his uniform courtesy, and urbanity
of manners, for his skilful seaman
ship, and for his generous hospitality,
in setting before them a sumptuous
Christmas dinner, to smooth the dis
appointment and soften the regrets of
those wdiose seats at home bad been
made vacant at the festal board, on
Christmas day.
lit solved, that wo appreciate the
kind attentions of Capt. Johnson's of
ficers and men during the entire trip
of the Orizaba from San Francisco to
San Pedro. (Signed.)
B. C. Whiting, Chni'n. I
Thomas A. Ball. \ Com.
P. V. Denster. J
In presenting these resolutions Mr.
Whiting said it was but a small token
of the esteem in which ('apt. Johnston
was held by the passengers, aud he re
gretted that lie could not present to
that estimable gentlemen, some more
substantial token of friendship and es
teem as a Cliristmas gilt.
But as the worthy Chairman of the
meeting of passengers, as well as
some of their committee, were some
what impecunious,and could not be ex
pected to present an elegant gold watch
set in diamonds, ho should fondly
hope that Capt. Johnston would at
some future period be in tlie last two
lines of somejwell considered will; or
perchance In a codical thereto. If not,
then, he should certainly hope that his
friend Johnson would find a blessing
recorded for him in the high Courts of
The resolutions were unanimously
adopted the ladies all voting 'aye'
witli a proud appreciation of their
rights to exercise the right of election
Coal vs. Wood.
I have often been asked, " Which is
tlie cheaper fuel, coal or wood ?"
During the past month I have tested
the matter to my entiro satisfaction.
I keep two cook-stoves, same size and
same make; they are used the same
time every day and kept at about the
same head ****** B ivin g me the best
possible chance to determine the
question of economy. I paid for one
cord of wood or two small loads, $14;
I paid for coal $10. The wood gave
out on the twenty-fifth day and the
coal on the twenty-seventh day. My
estimate is that tnere is a saving of at
least 40 percent, in using coal. And
all bought of I. B. Ferguson, corner
Spring and Court streets.
1 ° \ B. hi Peel.
If you desire to purchase the best
pianos for the lowest prices go to
Patrick's, No. 60 Hpring street, and
buy a Pecker, Dunham or Emerson
piano. 22 lw
[Selected for Sunday's HERALD.]
Itrother, Is life's morning clouded,
Has the sunlight ceased lo shine,
Is the earth In darkness shrouded,
Wouldsl thou at thy hit repine ?
Cheer Up, broiher! let thyvision
Ixiok above; see light Is near—
Soon will come the next transition;
"Trust In Cod and persevere."
llrother! have life's hopes receded;
Hast thou sought Its Joys In vain t
Friends prove false when sorely needed.
Foes rejoicing in thy pnin 1
Cheer up, brother!—there's a blessing
Waiting for thee—never fear;
Foes forgiving, sins confessing,
"Trust In Ood and persevere."
Brother! things around are calling
Willi OnIUM voice, be strong!
Though the wrongs of earth be galling
They must lose weir strength ere long.
Yes, my brother, though life's troubles
ltrive thee near to dark despair,
Soon 'twill vanish like a bubble—
"Trust in Hod and persevere."
Unconscious Influence.
Let the wings of fancy bear our
thoughts back through many ages, till
they rest upon a scene in the city of
Jerusalem. Without pausing before
the magnificent temple, let us enter
the gloomy cell in which Peter slept;
with astony floorfora pillow,as bound
with iron, he lay, only waiting for the
dawning morn to bo led forlh and
murdered by the king. So deep is the
dreamer's sleep, that be is all uncon
scious that an angel's footsteps are
drawing near, and that the.stony walls
of the cell which bad never seen a
sunbeam are ablaze with light that
shines from the presence ot tlie celes
tial messenger.
Suddenly, iie is awakened by the
touch of the angel's hand. Bewildered
with the radiant light cast upon him,
he hears a voice commanding—"Arise,
gird thyself "—"bind on thy sandals"
—"cast thy garments about thee"—
"follow me." Uncenscious of the in
fluence that is being wielded over
him, he obeys each command, never
once ceasing to gaze with dazzled eyes
at the stranger. Thinking not of the
wondrous events that are passing, but
bewildered and wondering he follows
the angel guide through the iron gates,
as one in a dream, till he finds bim
solf/ree lit the streets of the Holy City,
where, upon the morrow, the fanatical
populace will clamor in vain for their
In these times of ours, we have no
visible angelic visitations, ho path way
of light reachingfronveartfl to heaven,
with augel bands passing to ami fro,to
guide us, by their heavenly influence,
safely through life's perilous journey.
Hut we erring ones of humanity exer
cise a mighty influence over those
about us, or "sadder far than death*"
"Many a shaft al random sent,
Fin.ls murk the arcliur lit 110 incanl!
And many a word at ramlmn wpoken,
May soothe, orwnuml.a heart that's broker),
This power is a gift of heaven* am)
as well might we strive to gather the
sands of the seashore, as well strive to
hind the free winds, or stop the wild
flashings of Niagara, as to prevent the
unconscious power that each moment,
is swaying our destiny. Long after
we sleep under the sod of the valley,
the chords which our unconscious fin
gers have touched will vibrate. This
inlluence of ours may be a harp of
sweetest melody, making glad the
heart of tho world, or it may cause
only discord, and awaken the passions
of mankind to tempestuous strife and
hatred, just as the possessor wills. "It
is like the rod of Moses, that was ci
ther an instrument of woe or a pana
cea to banish evil from the land, as
the inspired will of its grand master
determined." Many years may flow
into the ocean of eternity ere we find
that our course upon the tide of life
casts any light or shade upon those
around us. It is, as the poet thinks,
like standing upon the green sward to
shoot an arrow into the air—wo watch
its upward Sight till it cleaves the sky,
but so swift is its fall that we know
not its resting place. We search in
vain, giving it up as lost; but long,
long afterwards in our wanderings we
find the lost shaft, still unbroken, in
an aged oak. Or we breathe a song
into the air—it falls, we know not,
where; but long after we find it in the
heart of a friend.
It is thus with our influence for good
or evil. We may lie unconscious for
years, and may be forever, of the pos
sibility of our having cast a pebble
into the sea of humanity, whose ever
enlarging influence may circle into
the misty realm of the future.
Surroundings show themselves in
all the vast productions of the mind.
Violets cannot bloom upon Mont
Blanc's summit af eternal snow, and
had Burns been born on the coast of
Norway, no dobut "Highland Mary"
and the " Banks and Braes of Bonnie
Doom" had been unwritten.
Milton arose to his " starry splen
dor" and sang of a " Paradise Re
gained," while he drank in breezes
that came mingled with the perfumed
breath of flowers, unsurpassed iv Eden
itself. The renowned men whose
praises we celebrate in the loftiest,
strains of harp and song, were sur
rounded in childhood by pure and holy
scenes that cast a divine spell over
them and fashioned their lives into "a
thing of beauty and a joy forever."
The haunts of vice and all kindled
scenes that aiono are known in the
child-life of many, weave into their
lives an unconscious influence that
places them on the side of darkness,
shutting from their gaze the golden
gates and sapphire walls of the city
that hath everlasting foundations.
In the southern part of Andalusia
there stands a beautiful castle. The
hand of Tinio has not marred its gran
deur; not one of its splendid columns
has been displaced; uot an arch of its
colonnades basgiven away. Unharmed
it withstood wars and sieges, and
stands, after the lapse of centuries, al
most as fresh as when from the hand
of the Moslem artist. When its cor
ner stone was laid, a spray of ivy was
planted near it, and now over its mas
sive walls it has creptand intertwined
till the castle seems a thing of life,
venerable and beautiful. May not
that ancient castle, with its ivy-grown
walls, represent the noiseless yet pow
erful Influences of the Sabbath School?
Like the ivy about the castle, its beni
ficunt influence beautifies and strength
ens the sublime and imperishable fab
ric of Christianity. Within its some
times almost obscure walls, immortal
minds are fashioned for the heavenly
palace. Its power is tlie electric cur
rent that plays, unconsciously, in the
great dram of life.
The cynic may smile at the idea aud
the infidel laugh to scorn the noble
intention; but there is many a germ
of genius destined, by the aid of the
Sabbath School, to rise to the pinnacle
of human glory. The thrilling elo
quence of the statesman and the power
that has sometimes moved tlie heart
of a nation, may often be the fruition
of the seed planted there.
May the ivy of Christianity planted
in our Sabbath School soon fill our
lives with its grandeur and crowd out
thfl horrid blemishes of sin and in fi
delity. When the foam of the last
wave of Time shall whiten our heads,
and we have long slumbered in the
city of tho silent, may DO skeptical
utterance hnvo fallen front our lips as
a seed of evil, to take root in the heart
of the listener growing into defiant
Infidelity, But may the unconscious
power that we leave behind he as the
air of Paradise, diffusing blessings and
ascending as a sweet incense on high.
— The Christian Worker.
Turn Him Out.
We find by personal Inquiry thai the
Postmaster at Downey City la uuiver
s iiy unpopular among his townsmen,
as there is tike most constant aud un
called for delay in Ihe mails, owing to
his negligence or carelessness. The
Daii/y Hkhat.l), which should he de
livered regularly every day, is turned
over to subscribers In lots of three or
four and of a corresponding number of
dales. Many subsoil hers to OUT
WkBKLY fail lo receive their paper at
all, or at best at remote dates and wi h
astonishing irregularity. All attache
of the Hkkald was shewn tho other
day two barrels full of these papers
stowed away behind the PostotTtce
which had been called lor but not de
livered. Not only docs this gross
neglect of duty and perversion of au
thority effect us and oui subscribers,
but nil of the mail which goes to Dow
ney City is subject to the same annoy
ing delay and loss. We advise the
citizens ol' our sister town to get up a
petition for the removal of their Post
master, signed by every man, woman
and child in the place* (excepting the
aforesaid P. M.) and forward it togeth
er with a memorial to Congressman
Houghton at Washington by whom it
will be presented to President < 'rant
and will doubtless secure the desired
end. Gentlemen, stand ip for your
rights and do not allow yourselves to
be imposed upon hy a derelict olllcial.
Religious Services To-Day.
Services in the M. E. Church, Fort
street, at 11 A. .y. and 7V. M. Sunday
School at 12} i\ m. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7i: K. Seats free and all
are invited. .1. M. Campbell Pastor.
The public services of the Presbyte
rian Church will be conducted by Rev.
A. F. White, LL. D., in Good Tem
plar's Hall, at 11 o'clock A. M. and at 7
P, H. VKe Sahhatb .School and Bible
Class meet at a quarter past 12 M.
The DesoipJes of Christ will worship
In the Court House. Sunday Schot.l
at 10 o'clock a. M. Discourse by Prof.
Linton at 11 o'clock. Subject "The
Christian's Anchor." All are cordially
Pastor J. C. Zahn will preach in tho
German Church. Spring street, be
tween Fourth and Fifth streets, in the
morning al, lowland in the evening at
7. All Germans are invited.
Tlie Itev. Wm. H. Hill will preach in
the Episcopal Church at 11 a. m. and
7i\ Hi Sunday School aud Bible
Class at 124. Suhject of the evening
lecture: "the Life and Character of
St. John the Evangelist." Seats free
and all are cordially invited.
The M. E. Church South, Hey. A.M.
Campbell, Pastor, will have services at
Grange Halt, Main street, at 11 A. m.
and 7P. M.. Suhject for the morning:
"Memories of the Way," and for eve
ning, "ljost Things."
ltov. Gustav Borchard writes us that
German Lutheran service will be held
for Protestants and Catholics in the
Congregational Church to-day at 2:30
l*. m. it is the intention of Mr. Bor
chard to unite here in Southern Cali
fornia in German churches both Ro
man Catholics and Protestants in one
Evangelical Catholich Church, found
ed upon the most liberal principles of
sound Christianity.
A Miner Killed.
SiLVF.it City (Idaho), December 23d.
—Yesterday morning, as a miner
named Edmund Permit wtis going
tlown the shaft of the Revenue mine,
a short distance from town, be lost his
hold on tho ladder and fell to the bot
tom of the shaft, a distance of sixty
feel, receiving injuries which caused
his death in a few hours.
The jewelry manufactory of Messrs.
Fisher <fe Thatcher is making a great
many fine holiday gootls such as dia
mond rings, studs and sleeve buttons,
gold chains, stone cameo and other
jewelry for ladies; also stone ami fancy
rings of every description. 122-41
Our assortment of gents' and boys'
clothing is complete. You can iind
the latest style silk diagonal suits of
coats and vests; best quality silk vel
vet vests at the, lowest prices, at the
People's Palace, 40 Main st reet. dll-2w
You can't name anything in the
smoker's line which Cohen <fc Davis
tlo not keep, at tho Identical, No. 38,
Main street. Tlieirstock is of the best
quality ami their prices down to bed
When it comes to a cigar that will
afford you real satisfaction in smok
ing, it is to be bought of Cohen &
Davis at the Identical, No. 38, Main
The most, extensive stock of gentle
men's furnishing gootls, cigars, tobac
co antl smokers' articles in the city, is
kept at the Identical, No. 38 Mam
ThreO hundred and eighty Christ
inas presents have been given away at
the People's Palace since the Ist of
December, and 2,000 presents are still
On hand, one of which will be given to
each of those buying five dollars worth
of goods. dll:2w
The finest and best silver-ware in the
market at twenty per cent, cheaper
than ever before. A splendid assort
ment for the holidays at Fisher &
Thatcher's. 22-4t
Twenty-live hundred pennyweights
of line gold chains of Eastern,
Han b'rancisco ami Los Angeles make,
suitable for holiday presents at Fisher
& Thatcher's.
Holiday presents bought of Fisher &
Thatcher will be engraved free of
charge by the best engravers in the
country. 22-4t
The Identical still continues its
thriving trade. The reason forTtiis is
that all goods sold at the establish
ment prove just as they are repre
For a stylish hat, a nice pair of boots
or gaiters, call at the People's Palace,
40 Main street. dll:2w
Agency Liverpool aud London and
(ilobe Insurance Company. Assets, (21,000,
--000. AKenev State Invest meat Insnraneo
Cumpany, Fire and Marine. Assets, UNJMb,
at. BroUrlck's Book Htore, near the Postofflee.
Go to the Identical, No. .'SB Main
street, for your new poekef handker
chief and suspenders. The best stock
of gentlemen's furnishing goods in the
city is to he found there
At the People's Palace you get seven
towels for |1; table covers, all wool, at
$) 2o; twelve yards calico for ill
four spools of cotton (Brooks') for U
cents. dU:2W
Special Notices.
A Kkw flays since we noticed the purchase
DJ it. C< Maker ot the gliding, silver-plating
an.l general business of V. Trttmper. Mr. Ma
ker his removed the establishment to his
Sewing Machine Exchange, No. «) Spring St
where he will hereafter conduct the business
in connection With his machine agency This
will keep him busy and In town hereafter.
His shop will be aceessahlc day and evening,
as he lives in adjoining rooms. Mr. Maker is
the regularly employ) d machinist of the
HRttALD, and we know him to be one of Ihe
bi-s general workmen Ui Knulhern California,
m iking and repairing anything from a pin hi
a locomotive, not excepting sewing machines,
at which he excels. Call upon him for any
kind ol line work. dijtr'
MANcnoi-r A TIIAYKK, Heal Estate Brokers,
No. 21 spilngmieel. City and ( ounly I'rope,
ty Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Loans ne
gotiate,!, money advanced on Heal and Per
sonal securities. Publishers ol ihe l,os Ange
les Heal Estate Reporter. deelltf
W. C. 11 CO II KS (V Co.'s
Weekly stnge I,in,.
Kor Panamint.
Por passage or packages, enquire of P, We
ber, or Corner Of AliSO and Alameda streets.
; nov2ltf
New Goods! New (Joods! Marxsen
Bros .of the new variety store, corner of Main
and Third streets, keep constantly on band
a large variety of Dry goods, (Bathing, Cents'
undeiwear. Moots and Shoes, Groceries, etc.
A large supply of new goods Just received, aud
sold at reasonable rates. All goods ate or the
liest quality; no auction goods sold by us.—
We respectfully solicit too public te examine
Our goods and judge for themselves, (joods
delivered to any part of tbecity free of charge,
OS- Tlie tide of immigration Is steadily set
ting in, and the first thing eastern people do
is to throw away their New York flats and buy
a new one of Dksmond. They say the ehno
comparison between, the two. 2%.
Go to the Fashionable Tailor, Fitz
patriek, wiien you want a tine suit of clothes.
If jiiii desire recommendation, ask any of
Ins numerous customers, and yon will' be
told that " I'ilz."always does his'work well
giving fine work, good material and reasona
ble prices.
For bin posiing, distribution or circulars,
programmes, cards, election announcement*,
eic., leave orders with It. S. Walker, the on I v
and regular Mill Poster in Ihe elty. Office at
Hie star Office, or orders may be left at any of
I lie printing offices.
Uowi.ixu Alley, Milliaid and Oyster Saloon,
in the basement of the U. S. Hotel building,
formerly occupied by the Cucamorga Wlije
Depot, a Saloon with a first class slock of
Wines, LiqU' is, Cigars, etc., etc , and I he best
accommodation for customers. i\<, charge
will he made to patrons for the use of Milliard
bibles and Alley, A lunch will be served in
Hie evening. MELCIfftKT * STOLL,
novCtf Proprietors,
1. a Itestaurant, called Commercial, hi the
White House, on Commercial street, where
he has separate rooms uiied up lor ladies ami
gentlemen, anil where the puhlic will flqd
quiet quarters and a good meal foi '25 cents,
del 9 tin li. nojiixs in.
TO INFoKM TllK l'Fltl.lC
J J iluti they have opened ii MUSIC STOItH
at Nc co spang ki,-i'rt, wbere o,ey intend to
keep an assortment of tlie newest and most
desirable Bongs una sheet musle for piano,
organ, violin, etc, ns well us tlie must, ap
proved Instrtistlon books.
A small bat select assortment now on hand
anil a
Will arrive in a few weeks. Orders from
teachers, singing and orchestral societies
tilled promptly upon advantageous terms.
de!B tin No. 60 Spring Street,
ion salk BY
— AND —
KUO.II 45, TFMl'l,!; KMM'K.
cil v, v law number of vacant lots on
the installment plan, Improved latins in the
emit)try, and a large number of small pieces
Of laud, suitable for homesteads, in und
around the elty.
A Horse and Buggy, Free of Charge,
Stands ready for your convenience.
del!) tf
New Stationery and Book Store.
No. M Main St., Sd door north of Lafay
ette Hotel,
HAS opened an extensive assort ment of
Plain and Fancy Stationery—
Blank Jloolih, jVlbuiriM, School
Supplies, Cltromos, Ejitho*
ttrui>li», lecture f rtviiiea,
Toy - Huolts, "N'osew,
Which she offers at reasonable prices.
JL pauy, principal place of i.usiuess being
Compton, Los Angeles county, State ol"Cali
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting ol
the Directors beta OB tho nth day ol 'Decem
ber, IK7I. an assessment Of eight and one-third
per cent, upon the capita' stock, the same
being Twenty-live Dollars per share, was
levied upon tho capital stewk of said corpora
lion, payable on or before the
ltHli I>»y of Juii«»r i . 1875,
To .1. i. Morton, Hecrelaryol said corporation,
at Ins office In Complo.i, said county ami
Any stock upon which t lis assessment shall
remain unpaid on the said lot ti day of .ianu
uary, 1X75, will be delinquent and advertised
for sale at nubile Auction, mid unless pig
ment is made before wD I be sold on iheAlh
day or February, 1875. piy the delinquent
assessment, together win. cost of advertising
and expenses of sale. J.J. MORTON,
Compton, Los Angeles Co., State of California,
Dee. M, 1871. dels td
. At tho well known
SPRING STREET, - adjoining the Postoftlce,
Is offering to his friends and the public in general for
The finest assortment of Standard
Plain and Musical Work Boxes,
Musical Decanters, Writtno Desks, Portfolios,
Guitars, Violins,
Atxoßi ikons, Banjos,
Concertinas, Flutes,
And many other useful articles suitable for presents.
Fine Stationery, Blank Books, Prayer Books, Bibles
And hundreds of other articles, too numerous to mention.
N opains will be spared to meet the wants of the public, and
I hope to merit a fair share of patronage.
declfitj 1
Manufacturing Jewelers,
a. jst r>
Have just received a complete new stock of the veiy
— A GST 3D —
A Fine lot of Goods of our own manufacture in stock,
_ We have uticqualed facilities
> Manufacturing and Buying,
fr** t ' lcre^ )rc wl " S ' JU *'" ,NK Goods as
mww " - .• Kwirft'Ving In all Itsi branches excelled by ttone
/2fW3s[<' A " S oods soid b Y L ' s engraved tree.
67 MAIN STREET, - Los Angeles, Cal.
I*ll,l uls. <>il«, A' r n,i*iii»lao«,
13i-«as-ili<»}-i, and Cnlsimk.
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Cilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
California Chemical Paint Company.
TO lnvOSm 18
A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
Are large and well ventilated, and In the best possible condition.
No expense will b » spare 1 * to make the liotel equal to »»y on the Coast.' MB-tf—*

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