CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
TUESDAY, «... JAN. 19. 1875.
The Herald Pamphlet.
On Monday nt»t will be issued the
third edition of the Herald Pam
phlet. This edition exmUons twenty
two page* of. dottt>|o column matter,
every feticte'ar which is descriptive ol
something or'*Solne part Of Los An-
Angele* valley. The following are
tho titles to the leading article*:
"JLos Angeleg ifeuuty and Los Ange
les Valley;" "The Southern Pacific
Lns Augele* nnd Pa
cific Railway;" "Otir. Railroad
Wants;"' "Stcafhers, Hail and Stage;"
"The Assessor's Figures," Spadra aud
the Surrounding Country," "The El
Monte District," "Los Nietos," "Wil
mington," "Anaheim," "San Fer-
WityV Colony," "Comp
ton/' '•The Tustin Settlement," "San
ta Ana," "Cknega and La Ballona,"
••Westminster Colony," "San Bernar
dino County," "Semi-Tropical and
Other Fruits," "Fruit Drying Works,"
"WUat Grains Flourish Here," "The
Sau Gabriel Valley," "Potatoes In
Loi Angeles VisJidy," "Mines in Los
Angelas. 6>unty,'' "Mints tn San
Dernardinoaml Inyo Counties," "Mar
hie Discoveries," "Petrojeuiu Oii,"
"Climatic," "Fuel, Water, Gas;"
"Batiks and Commerce," "Public Li
brary," "Schools ill Los Angeles
County," "Churches," loath
ing." Besides these there are many
other articles of equal interest. This
pamphlet contains more reliable in
formation concerning semi-tropical
California than can be found in any
other publication. It will bo sold at
fifteen cents per copy—the cost of pub
THE best scientific and mechanical
journal iv the United States and to
our notion the best in the, world— The
Scientific American — commenced its
thirty-second volume with the begin
ning of the year 1875.' Bhnie one has
sent the HERALD the three first num
bers of the new volume, and we can
truthfully say they are sample copies
of a magnificent journal. The en
gravings, letter press und matter are
all thut could be asked or expected.
No scientist or mechanic can do with
out the Scientific American, and the
general reader does not often lay it
aside for another publication.
A cokresi'onoknt desires to know
why no Board of Water Commission
ers have been appointed by the Com
mon Council. The Hkrai.o cannot
give Uie desired information. Iv his
inaugural message, Mayor Dkaudky
urged on the Council Uie necessity for
an early compliance wilh the law in
this particular, but as yet not a word
on.the suldect has been uttered by t he
Council or any one of its committees.
Not a member of the Council could
have been elected had he avowed him
self opposed to the appointment of thu
Board during the campaign, and
knowing this, it is high time they
obey the law and the wishes of the
Goodall, Nelson & Perkins.
It is officially announced that Good
am,, Nelson & Pekkins have suc
ceeded to the business of the Pacific
Mall Steamship Company on this
coast. They do uot run or control the
Panama line, hut the coast steamers
running between Sau Francisco and
Han Diego are owned by them. This
company is well and favorably known
to the people of Los Angeles. They
for a long time fun an opposition to
the Pacific Mail, and run it so well
that they soon acquired a fair share of
the business and broke up a monopoly
that was costing our people thousand*
of dollars per year. They have now
become sole proprietors of all the
steamers on tno route. It is their do
termlnation that neither the travel
ing public nor our commerce shall
Buffer from the transfer of the route to
them. There will be no advance in
freight or passage, and as many
steamers will be kept running as are
necessary for the accommodation of
passengers and shippers. The prompt
dispatch and universal kindness
which has marked the course of
Goodall, Nelson & Pekkins here
tofore ia st guarantee that they will
secure the approbation of t heir patrons
in the future.
It was recorded in the lost record*
that about the time Noah's ark began
to float and those who had not secured
passage on that fast sailing and com
modious craft found things a little too
moist for comfort, an unbeliever who
used to ait around the ship-yard and
smoke and crack jokes at tiie uncouth
appearance of the ark, swam alongside
and asked Capt. Noah to throw him a
rope's end, aud on being refused he
lost his temper and informed Noah
that lie might go to Han Diego with
his old ark—that he didn't think it
would bo much of a shower anyhow.
That man was drowned. We hope a
similar fate has not overtaken the little
army of croakers who for the last
mouth have done little else than prog
nosticate a.dry seasou iv this part of
the State. They have proven them
selves neither prophets nor sons of
prophets. All prospects for a dry sea
son have been washed away, and we
are assured of sullicient moisture to
secure abundant crops. Between last
Saturday evening and yesterday noon
not less than seven inches of rain fell
in this valley. From nil parte of the
county we hear the most cheering
uews. The farmers are everywhere
jubilant. Thoao having their fields
already seeded have enough rain to
warrant a good yield, even should we
have a dry Spring. The soil that has
been plowed will be Immediately
seeded, and with a few late showers
will yield a bountiful harvest. The
prospect for a prosperous year is ex
The Independent Party.
In another column will be found the
resignation of our townsman, Judge
KHARLEB Linni.iiv, as a member of
tiie State Central Committee of the
Independent party. Tbe letter is
written in answer to an invitation to
be present at the ineetiugof that com
mittee called for the 21st Inst., and
contains, in the shape of the author's
reasons for resigning his committee
ship, his judgment-on the party's
record and his opinion as to Its future.
II is the opinion of Judge LIItDLBY
that the Independent party failed to
perform its mission, and having so
failed, It has no future. In the main,
the Heraldendorses the opinions of
the Judge. As the parly of reform,
the Independent party failed—failed
' from tbe flay of its coming into power
until the day its strength departed,
never to return. California was the
'banner State in the Independent
ttinonro Tt* ft t» nlo \ rwf nVoll.
titv t VUlClili J II It at Miiiiwev W T vii
hamled tight with the Republican
party, which controlled the State, held
every otlice in it anil counted its ma
jority by the thousand, the Independ
ent party won a glorious victory.
Against the combined forces of the
Democrats and Republicans, it elected
its leader to the United States Senate.
And then, while the shouts of victory
were echoing from one end of the
State to the other, it laid down its
arms, trailed in the dust the flag that
had never known defeat, and surren
dered body and boots to corporations
and ollice seekers. With a majority
iv the Legislature, it became the
shuttlecock of two minority battle
dores. With its great leader in the
Gubernatorial chair, it was out-gencr
aled and robbed of the spoils which
belong to the victor by the shirmish
ersof the Central Pacific railroad cor
poration. With the rapttort and en
dorsement of three - four!lis of the
voters of the State, this great reform
party forgot its promises, and when
the people asked for bread, it gave
them a stone. Viewed in the light of
a reformer and purifier of other par
ties, the Independent party must be
regarded as a grand success. It
taught the Republican party that
name without principles — prom
ises without fruit — might for
a time dupe, but could not
always deceive the people. It taught
the Democratic party if it hoped ever
to again attain the supremacy it mu.-t
wash its skirts of old notions, old fo
gies and old fossils and go before the
people on a platform made up of sou ml
plank, and must stand on that plat
form after as well as before the elec
tion. These lessons it taught the two
great opposing parties, then fell into
the hands of men who had stranded
those parties—and died. Tiie leaders
of the Independent party—those who
leatl it after the victory—made one
serious mistake. They fancied that
because the farmers had supported the
ticket of their party that they could
thenceforth be counted in its ranks.
This was a fatal error. The fanners
voted the Independent ticket because
they believed it was the best of the
three in the field. Tiie Democrats
were doubtful and the Republican
Candidate* were known to he so close
ly identified with corporations that
they could not ho true to the people.
Recent efforts of Independent parly
leaders and journals to force the
Grange to avow itself the supporter of
the independent party, indicate that
they are still to v certain extent la
boring under this delusion. The
Grangelt not a political party, and all
in vain will be the iabor of tlie Inde
pendent leaders to force from it an al
legiance to theiw or their party. The
Grange is no more the Independent
party than it is the Democratic or Re
publican party. It is a part of each
and all of them. It is the purifier of
all. The opposing forces iv the great
political battle, which will be fought
In this State next Summer, will be the
Democratic and Republican. The In
dependent party has dwindled to a
squad of office seekers, and in that bat
tle they will be known as camp fol
lowers. The peope—they who never
ask tor oflice—will elect the officers —
selecting the best men, no matter
whether found on the Democratic or
Thoroughbred Stock Sold.
IfcJrom the 8. F. Post, Junuury Htii.]
We learn that H. M. Newhall & Co.
bought to-day of the Saxes, importers
of Kentucky "Short Horns," three of
their fine bulls — yearlings —named
"George Dunlap," and
"Lord of the Valley." These are all
splendid specimens of the Durham
bovine. Newhall bought two of Gov
ernor Latham some two weeks since,
which he has sent to his Monterey
county ranch. These from the Saxes
he sends to-day by steamer Constitu
tion to his ranch in San Luis Obispo
county. We are told he has over seven
thousand sheep. He also ships thirty
five Merino bucks to his Kan Luis
Obispo ranch to-day with his bulls.
We are happy to note that our leading
ranchmen have determined to breed
out all their "scrub" blood.
Freshet in the Merced.
Tuni,ocK, Jan. IGth—The stage ply
ing between Coultervillo and Merced
came into this place this evening not
being able to cross the Merced river.
Tho ferry boats are all washed away,
and the river Is running bank full.
Cold Weather in Moutana Chinamen
Freeze to dentil.
llklkna, Montana, January Htli.
— Last, niglit the nieietiry in the tlMjf-
Uiometera all froze. Small ijuantiUes
of mercury iv vials also congealed.
Proof whisky, placed outoftloorsj froze
solid in hall' an hour. Four China
men who left (own at 4 p, M., Tues
day, were found Wednesday morning,
about half a mile from town, frozen
to deatll. The whisky they bad wilh
them in small kegs was frozen solid.
A report fromPhTlliphbWg, Montana,
stales thai two Chinamen were frozen
to death near I hat place,
Tkc NniiOw irk Island,, "tours!''
Washixoto.n, .Januaiy 141 It—Mi
nister Pierce, In arguing in favor df the
reciprocity treaty, before the Senate
eoinmittee, .vestenioy, fonibly t»X*
posed our danger of losing the whole
COliirol we have over the Sandwich
Island I rude, unless we establish closer
relations. Ho opposed the idea of our
purchasing the port near iloilol<nlu,
because in time Ihe whole group will
br mirs, almost \rii!ioiit asking.
t'wiuineii.s on tb*> I r.'sidenr . jli'msre
on J.oiiisioiiii Affairs.
New York, January 14th,—While
hero und. at Washingt":! liiefe are
sharp divisions of opinions about the
accuracy of his facts, tbe President's
Message has inspired a general feeling
of relief on the part of thinking men
of all parties, because while il asserts
the strong provocation lrom the Con
servatives for tho military interven
tion, it carefully avoids asserting tlie
latter as a principle or justifiable p<d
icy. litu niiu, rs-u/ui aim hcmmu,
however, violently denouin c the mes
sage, but the gjeHeral i>opular verdict,
apparently, is that Grant is less to
blame than Congressmen who over
look the President's technical re
sponsibility forthe military interven
tion, in view of the gross illegality of
the lawless revolution which such in
tervention defeated; also, of the fact
that the President does not claim the
right of military dictatorship which
the Louisana action seemed to imply.
The Time* comments on the mes
sage as a moderate, strong sensible
document, calculating to make a fa
vorable Impression on the country.
The President does not justify the
military operations at New Orleans on
the 4th hist., hut regards Kellogg'a
call upon the military as dehatalde.
He distinctly states his opinion that
the constabulary and military fori c
of the State should have been called
on fust. The Federal military acted
under general instructions which could
not contemplate the precise occasioi .
The military error therefore was not
committed under his instructions, ac
cordingly there is no occasion to cen
sure him, The President ell'eetiially
disposes of the Democratic clamor
against him. The safeguards against
a recurrence of the events of the 4th,
H* in Ui" hands of the Republican ma
jority 111 Ooagreee, The Time* pub
lishes an elaborate letter from lawyer
Houghton, ahly reviewing fhe LoUl
siana ease to show that the body where
the military intorfcrred was not the
Legislature, but a revolutionary body,
which luul seized the House by violent
and illegal means, and then added to
their numbers enough to constitute a
majority. Houghton, however, be
lieves Kellogg erred in call on de Tro
Tbe point of the Herald is to show
that the President's message is entire
ly different from Uie one originally
written, and thai it was recast to pre
vent the resignation of three cabinet
otlieers, who refused to accept the re
sponsibility of defying public senti
ment and orders for military inter
vention in defiance of the organic aud
A Grecian Legend.
When Uacchus was a hoy he jour
neyed through Hellas to go to Naxia,
and as the way was very long he grew
tired and sat down Upon a stone to rest.
As he sat there, with his eyes upon
the ground, he saw a little plant r-pring
up between his feet, and Was so much
pleased with it that he determined to
take it wilii him and plant it in Naxia.
lie look it up and carried it away with
him; but, as the sun was very hot, he
feared it might wither before he
reached Ids destination, tie found a
.bird's skeleton, into which he thrust
it, and went on. But in his hand tbe
plant sprouted so fast that it started
out of the bones above and below. This
gave him fresh fear of its withering,
and he cast about for a remedy. Jlc
found a lion's bone, whicn was thitkcr
than the bird's skeleton, and he stuck
the skeleton, with the plant in it, into
the bone of the lion. Ere long, how
ever, the plant grew out of tbe lion's
bone likewise. Then he found the
bone of an ass, larger still than that of
the lion. So he put the lion's, con
taining the bird's skeleton and the
plant, into the ass' bone, and thus he
made his way to Naxia. When about
to .set the plant, he found that the roots
had entwined themselves around the
bird's skeletion and the lion's bone und
the ass's hone; and as he could not
take it out without damaging the
roots, he planted it us it was, and it
bathe up speedily, and bore to his great
joy, the most delicious wive, from
which he made the tirst wine and gave
it to men to drink, lint behold a mir
acle! When mati drank it they first
sung like birds; next, after drinking a
little more, they became vigorous and
gallant like lions; but when they
drunk mote still they began to behave
A Gentle Bronco.
The other day a member of the
Orange Grove Association purchased
a (jnict, gentle bronco, to use in plow
ing among the young orange trees. On
Saturday we saw that same bronco
flying up Main street at Occident
speed, with the side of a house attached
to his haekamorc. The man who has
discovered tho art of manufacturing
whisky, old Tom, gin, and sundry
other beverages so cheaply that they
can be sold at one cent, per drink, and
leave a large margin for profit to the
retailer, happened to be holding forth
just then to a large audience of sam
plers in front of "The Bank" build
ing, and that gentle bronco made for
the crowd of admiring tasters us
though he instantly knew thut some of
them would soon need the side of the
house to be carried home on. iUttthey
saw him coming in time to .scatter and
make room for the gentle beast, and be
and the side ot* a house made good time
in the direction of the l'acilic-Oceaii.
We guess that the Orange Grove man
will never chance that quiet bronco
among the young orange trees with a
plow attached. He's too playful for
We have received a copy of (lie new
City Directory of Los Angeles, com
piled by Messrs. Oliver & Armor. It
is a very creditable directory, and
clearly sets forth Iho Commercial en
terprise of ibis city. The compilers
say: "We made the canvass in per
son and, as far as we could, made it
'•o: ice;, 'i'he following troubles thai
have met ns we are in no way re
sponsible for: Some of the people did
not believe we meant to do anything
ana would not tak« the trouble to in-
form us, U aving us lo gather our in
fornini.ion from clerks, children and
neighbors. Numbers of (In. Span
lards through loss of property &c,
fear any one that, writes und, as we
now believe, gave false Information.
I n some portions of the city the names
of the streets are unknown to the res
idents and the numbers are so Irregu
lar and incomplete as to be of little
use. The book Ims been in press so
long thut many changes have occur
red, though, as far as they could |ie
learned from the dally papers and the
signs, changes have been made up to
.the lime of printing each name. As
these difficulties and many more have
stood In our way, they should in some
meaaure excuse imperfections. Now,
ac we have spent much time, money
and labor to make the directory Ber
vicable, aud to benefit advertisers
have issued a large edition, thereby
burdening ourselves with great ex
penses, the people should liberally
support the work so tis to make the
KIRHY- CA RRfLIX).—AI ABfhelm, .lanuarv
12.11, hy Rev. l'b. Karlev, L, W. Kiitiy to
Mi: s rVHoiuad Currlllo. "
UrTftONfl -MAltoms.-AI We*tmlh»t*r.'.T«i -
urtty Hih, tiy Rev. J. it. Kin*, Rev. Robert
Strang to 11 in Villa Marquis.
Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes,
And everything to make a smoker comfort
able. If you want to economise, buy your
clgarg by the box. You will save about 3u per
cent, and make sure oi a goott article. I never
ratl in give satisfaction to all my customers,
no matter how particular they are. Take my
ndyice, and buy your smoking materials at
I. ooLds.m CTIPH,
Main St., next to W. K. * Co.'s Express.
The latest Illustrated I'apers always on
Consolidation of Firms.
rpmo I'NDKBSIuNKD HEREBY TAKE
i the pleasure bf informing the public that
they have this day |oined In co-part nership
the stores formerly known as the Identical,
and GoltlshrUti's cujar-store , situated, one at
38 Main street, the oilier al lu7 Main siieei,
next to w., K. A co.s ejrpsers. Both pi acts
havlin; been liberally patronized by you
heretofi ri, ~-c respectfully solicit your lurtlioi
support, as we will spare no pnlna in giving
entire sallsutdtlOU to all, and beg lo stale that
the business In both places will lie curried OS
ns usual. The [ndeiltieal at 3S .Main sirect.
for the sale of cigars, lobuec is, gout's fur*
utshriT^eoods and all kinds of fancy iroods.
The store al 107 Alain streel, next In W,, K. A
Co.'s, for the sale of cigars, tooiiccMs, pipes,
and all smokers' articles. The object In keep
ing both places is to enable people In all pans
ofthe city to get a good olgar at a moderate
Hoping, Hy strict attention to business nnd
gentlemanly treatment to our customers, to
retain your patronage,
\V 0 it-main, yours respect fill Iv,
OOLDSMITri it DAVIS,
Theldentlol, SS.Maln street, and at IU7 .Main
street, hosl to w., P. A co.s Express. jlfl-tf
J. L. WARD,
Co iv mission M«»v«'l»aitt.
A 11 EN Ti
/ETNA INSURANCE CO.; UNION
INSURANCE CO. (Fireand Marine).
Mm, 13 Vniii Street.
nAVINO RESCMED TffK COMMISSION
business, I am prepared to purchase
* I rain and Produce at current rate--, or make
llbeiid uuvauees on otytsiganients to our
friends in San Kraneisco.
Poultry, Gams, Fish, Fruit and Vege
MAIN STREET, East side, two doors South
of Heller's Butcher shop.
Al! kind* of Poultry anil Game, Fish, fresh
and cured; and Emits and Vegetables in sea
son, kept constantly on bund anil delivered
free to any part of the city, (live ineacall.
Janl7-ltn B. DIEKKNDIiEFER.
HAVING refitted my entire house, ami
given up merchandising, I atn prepa»ed
lo ticcolinnoilate boarders witli pleasant
rooms uml board at reasonable rules. 1 am
located al San liabricl Mission, SO Justly cel
ebrated Cur ssthiajMilc and pulmonary com
plaints. Cub have for Los Angeles at I)
o'clock a. m.; retaTnttlS, arrive at ton iiiin
UtOS pasl 8, P. M.
DAVID F. HALL
San Gabriel, Jan. 18,1575. janli'-lm
A Most Desirable Homestead for Sale.
rTMIREE AND A HALF ACRES, KXTKND
JL log from Klgueroa to Virginia street,
neatly oi)<#to*ed, CoiltAlntng 100 lemon, 50
lime. 40 almond ami a) walnut trees, nil in tho
most thrifty condition and commencing to
hear, and vacant space snlMclcnt for shrub
bery nod 7."i or SO orange trees. Apples, peach
es, pears and apricots of t he llnest varieties, m
good bearing, Also a line strawberry bed,
from wntcuwad sold last year 1300 worth Df
Strawberries. Tbeiinietreescan be depemhd
on for ."Ml.tHlu limes for the next year.
Price 13,500; no reduction. Apply at tbe
Hkhai.o ollice. jnl7 lm
WAHTED, by a thorough, good account*
mil, ii si.aaiioii as book-keeper. Will
also take charge of a small set of Ixioks al o
moderate salary. Address "A— Z," tills of
FIVE OW THOSK SIX
Nltuatrd on Hie North side of Main St.,
Meat,ecu .Seen:.! and Third.
A RE now nearly completed and will he
ready lor occupation on or about the
day of UVbrimi'y next.
They have br>en const meted wilh every re
gard to coiiimodiousaoss, and nre provided
with all the modern conveniences, and in a
stylo suitable for the home of a gcuiccl fam
Each lot Is 4j feet front by IU7 foot deep, and
Is divided from its neighbors byahtgh board
fence, milking it onthejy sopurale und exclu
Each house contains eight rooms. On the
first lloor are two parlors, with marble man
lies; a dining-room, kitchen and servants'
bed-room: a large pantry, or store-room and
china-i-Inset, on the s.:eond lloor arc threo
lai-ge bed-roOms With corresponding closets,
and a blUb-rOOM with wash-fount and patent
Both hot and cold water can ho brought to
the vi pet story, and gas pipes ure carried
into every room.
There arc broad verandahs With porticoes
in front and rear.
Kvery house Is hard-finished throughout,
tbo lower rooms having handsome center
pieces. The front windows will have Inside
Blinds; tho side nnd rear ohos, the new patent
blinds, paiotfd same color as oulside walls.
The rear yards are 25xx7 feet, and can In
laid out as a garden and the front in (lower
Each residence Will have an ornamental
fence enclosing it from Ihe street, with high
lattices dividing it from ils neighbors.
Situated n» they are upon the main street, in
close proximity to the business ranter, any
one may purchase either of.them with the
confident assurance thai it will doublo iv
value in the course ofthe next, two years.
Hrieo $jSfI,OOO for eiu:h house and lot,
and the terms can be made to meet the most
Km- further particulars enquire of
M . M.J. liltOOKf*.
Ncnrrher of Keeorris.
janlO-lm No. 8, Tomple Block.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, January
lliii, is - "., and until further notice, train*
will run <>n the above loinl evm y (lay lis lot ■
Los AnirolcH. !I:.K) A. M. An dieim 11:00 A. M.
Anaheim hue p. Los Angeles..-J:.!!! r. m.
The morning and evening i rains horetotCro
running between Fjo. a mreies and powitev
Will be discontinued .old Hi. l;Mi iiiki.
K. EL UKWITTi t-cpt.
Lea Angeles, .lan. llth, 1"7.">. IJI-IW
Aio LIABLE M \N, Mith business capn
< it>, ami having una thousand doda.rn
lo loan his employer, upon undoubted BeeU>
ritv, ran secure a permanent situation, at
good salary, llusiiu's-, mercantile. Apply to
JNit. M. BALDWIN,
jiuil.'l f 7H!'u Downey Hock.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY.
One ami oiic-linir !<• iho percent, for
every dollar InuMpil. and no risks
Any mail who Hits ten, twenty, orone bun-.,
died thousand <lollnr»N,lo Invest in a pcimx
nent luisiness in which there li Utile onm
risks to run, nnd which will pay at least one
and a half pc 1 * cent, per month without his
persona) |uls»r attention CAN DO SO lor
roll particulars, address X". 1).,
I'OStoflkcSj bog 211. Cos Angeles, Cal.
Livery and Sale Stable,
MACY, WILSON & CO.,
.> ■. ....... * .ftl ... ,II InHtja ... Un n 4
.Irvvs ». S..C^*«
Horses and Carriages, Single or Double, and
Saddle Horses kept constantly on hand for
the BcoputiuoUatlon of the Public.
Horses hoarded hy the day, stank, or month,
at reasonable rates. Conveyances furnish® I
for private or publle occasions at ihe shortest
not loe and opousi ess .unable tentta as at any
D'lrHt-CMasH P;>stiiLM -liiiionl
tn Sonlhern Oalp'omia.
H If. A. If, f* E S
Connected with the Above stables un- Plain
and (.'lass, which will be supplied, With or
without plumes, on terms
1 )e ty inn C'oni) >el i I ion.
MACY, WILSON & CO.,
.1;»ii ICt r Prnpriclors.
R. DAVIS & CO.
WUI sell at AI'CTION,
I\o. i 2 Arogulln Hloetc,
NEWMARKB' FORMER STORK, I,OS
ANOELES Sr., A LARGE INVOICE OK
ItlncK VVitlnut Marble Top Null cs.
< iinniber No lies.
Kir-guilt I'urlor Suites In Hindi lliilr
Cloth und Heps.
T'.vn Second-Hand t'iimos.
Hindi Walnut Marble Top BonAYs,
■thick Vi al mil Wardrobes.
Black Wiilaittl Hal Hacks.
Marble Top Tenter Tabl<>s,
(Hack Walnut Xx tension Tables,
And a very large assortment of
Black Walnut Chairs and Rockers.
Sprint; and Top Matrasses,
Kitchen Furniture and Small Waro,
China Tea Sot j,
Black Walnut Racks,
LoOking-CIUSSes ("I nil «l«e* and de
Marine and Mantle Clocks,
White Marsailles and Colcrod
Large assortment of
RCIMtER AND COCOA MATS, BLACK
WALNUT SWINGING CRNDLEB AND
CRIBS, BED LOUNGES,
And a large assortment of
I>»»ivllii'i* and Rrps LtfttMlftM
WILL RE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE.
Will also sell at private stiles on reasonable
THE FOLLOWING LOTS
BUNKER HILL AYE. AND HOPE ST.
Lot IS in block 102.
Lots I, g, :i in block 109, Bel levuo Terrace Tract.
Lots 2, 8, 6, (i and 7 in block T.
I. 2, ft, I, "), (i, 7, S,!), 111, block S.
Lots 12, IS, 15, IT, 16 And 90, liloek L.
Lots 13, U, IS, 17,18, block K.
Lots 1, 2, :t, 4,5, (>, 7 and N, block Q.
I/its 11 and 12, hlock J.
Lots 1, 2, 8, 4, !>, ti, 7, 8, block P.
Lots 12, IS, 15 and 11), block I.
Lots 1,2, 8, 4, 6, li, 7, S, 1), lv, block O.
Lois ii, 12,13, block H, Mott Tract.
FRONTING ON FLOWER STREET.
Lots 12, 17, 10, 20 nnd 21 In block 1(W nf the
liellev.ua Terrace Truct.
Lots », 11,12,13, it and In, hlock T.
Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, 18 It, 15and Ift, block ti.
Lot* 1, 2, 8.1,5, 8, 7 and S, block V.
Lots I, 10,11, 12, lit, It, 16 and lti, block P.
Lots 1,3,8,4, ft, 0,7, S, 0, 111 and il, block V.
Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, l.i, hi, 17, Ift, 10, 20 and 21 in
block O of the Mott Tract.
FRONTING ON OLIVE STREET.
Lots 4, 5,6. 7 and Bln block 4.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 and li In block 2.
Lota 12, 13, 11, 151 and 17 in block t, lleaudry
Lots 5, 7 and 8 In hlock V.
Lots 10, 14, 15 and 111 in block E, In Mott Tract
Frontiug on Bunker Hill Aye. & Char
I/its 1,2, S, 4 and o In block 108, Bcllevue Tor
Lots 11, 12, 13, 14. 15. 18, 17, IS, 10 and 20 In block
4 and lots 10, 11, 12, 1.1, 14, 15,10, 17. 18 and 10
In hlock 2, Iteaudiy Tract.
Lots 8, 4, 5 ami ti In block IC.
Lots 1. 2, 3, 4,5, 0,7 aml Sin block J.
Lois 1,18, I. a, 8 ami 7 in block 1.
Lois 12 and U in block K.
Lit 4 in block 11.
Lots 14.15,10 and 17 in block R of the Molt
Water will be furnished to all the nbove |o|s
at the rates fixed by the Water Cnfnnrlsslolß-
STS, and on 1 lie .same terms as hy the LA. City
Water Co. de 22 tf
ESTATE OF F. UOHR, deceased.—Not ice
Is hereby given by the' arfrnihtstrator of
the above named estate, to the creditor* of
and all persons having claims against saw
deceased, to exhibit the same, wit Ii the in s-
HUry Vouchers, within lour months from tiie
rtrst publlciillou (Jan. 17,187.)) of this notice,
to the uuderslgned, al ids offlce. in the l.os
Angeles County Hunk, l.os Angeles City, Cal.
J. S. SLACBoN,
janl7-4w Administrator of said estate.
I7IUR THK INFORMATION OF PERSONS
J desirous of improving the (piaUty of
their cattlo, I will state thai the thoroughbreti
shorthorn Durham, "West Duke," will stand
at No. 40 Eternity street. Kor particulars and
pedigree InUUtre of
O. W. WHITKIIORN,
jai7 lw* Proprietor.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
- * W& = —
J.-M. BALDWIN. CHAS. E. BE AN E.
CHAS. E. BEANE,
NOTAIJY jpfJlsr J .TO
Real Estate and Money
THE FIRM OF
J. M. BALDWIN
Will negotiate Real Estate dales and Money
Loans, id .'J 1-2 Downey Illock, gronnd
Horse and buggy kept for convenienceoj
customers, Apply Lp
3. M. BALDWIN. '
7111-2 Downey Block,ground lloor.
MUSIC STORE! MUSIC STORE!!
FALKENAU & SCHAD
DKstUE Tn) FN FORM THK PUBLIC
thai they have opened a MUSIC BTOIIE
al No. UOSprim; stveot, where (hey intend to
keep an assortilienl of the Unwept and most
desirable songs and Shcol miislc for piano,
organ, viol v, elc, as well as the ino>.t tip
proved Instruction books.
A Miiall lint select assortment now on hand
jl. A. Jt a E mrv o c it
Wiil arrive In a few weeks, orders from
teachers, singing ami (mnrestnH societies
tilled promptly upon ndvantngeoiu terms,
KALKENAU * SCHAH,
dclslna No. no spring Street
srccw-isoit to into iii; ick ,t c;>.,
At Iho well known
BOOK ANO MUSIC STORE,
Spring strMi, ad.ioluiug the i'ostollice,
[s offering to his friends and the public In
genci al, I lie tlncsi assorl ment of Standard
POETICAL and PROSE WORKS,
Juvenile nnd Miscell incous Hooks, Plain
and Music 1 Work Hexes, Musical DC
earners, Willing Desks, INirtfidios,
I.AIMES' AND (HINT'S WALLETS,
Guitars, Violins, Aoeordeons, Banjos,
And many otner useful articles suitable for
FINE STATIoNI»:Y, IiI.ANK llmikM
RIATER BiaiKs, HIHI.ES
And hundreds of id her arlieleK, tiM> nnmer
niis to mciitfon.
No pains will he spared to mccl thu wants
of th-- public, and I hope lo merit H fair shore
of pal ronago,
Jan 9-tf LEWIS I.EWIX.
xnt'iHis osriv 'si <',n
'NU3JLS v a
•o.Klli.Coiiliu puu Vupip ||U O\CS pus
II \ r O
.ioj oouo jo mo
Has uif.i 'Bu|di i.hi ssnoq dn iv] Msj
sis cp.oui.'lV I 1"" »B|BBUV « o 'l '19Q
puerH-puooas puc M3i\
AREVALO & FALLKENAU,
TEACHERS C|V MUSIC.
Ollice ill I.lHllrlincoN ItlllliiiilK', Uaio
Slreel, A'o. 7t.
WILL GIVE I.Essons (>N THE PI \No,
Uultar, in Singing and tho Span bib lan
guage, at pupil's homes <v at our ollice.
We Form Classes lor Sinyirty and
OEEICE HOCKS I'KiiM 10 To ti A. M.
I ■ ■ I I—«>,,.——.
I rAVINO PttßOTl \SED TtiE INTEREST
1 L ol Messrs. Cohen A Davis In tho
PALACE SALOON CIGAR STAND,
I am now oflbrlng and keep constantly on
The Best Imported Cigar for 25c.
U .. M a 3 » 50c _
M M Bit Cigar In tho City.
" " Box Of Cigars for $1.50.
A splendid assortniout of
CIIEWINO AND SMOKJNG TOItACCOS,
Remember — I'ALACE saloon ckiar
STAND. W. T. HAKSJKTT,
AT A MEKTINO OE THE BOARD OE
Directors Centinela Land Company Jan
uary . r >, IS7. r >, It was
Hnoived, That owing to the inability of the
surveyor to complete (be surveys and prepare
the necessary maps ofthe subdivisions of the
Centinela Bandies, It is expedient tn adjourn
I he sale of the lands of the company from the
18th day of January until the loth day of Feb
By order, W. H. J. BROOKS,
N. B.—All the newspapers which have the
advertisement ofthe Centinela for the sale of
18th insl. ploa.se copy und make correction In
advertisement. W. H. J. B.
PALACE ' ;
F. M. CUIOL,
HUMAN HAIR AND PERFUMERIES.
UAIR WORKED AND MADE UP IN
, ]-Tnii"T>i*oMHiiiiS' n
JVo. :t ALIMO BTRKKT,
One ■ Door from the Corner
of Los Angeles.
dee I (W f
WARRANTS ON THE UOI'HHER AND
Squirrel Fund, protested on or before
August 10, 1873, me now due and payable al
the ollice of the County Treasurer.
T. E. ROWAN,
Ju7 tf County Treasurer.
Rooms and Board
AT TIIE —
3\ow llig-li Strcci,
NEAU TM E CONGRKOA TI o N Al, Church.
Flue, Targe, well itiintshod suites aiul
• Inirle rooms, wnh all modern Improvements
ami v lirsi-cl is.s tnllle. Tlio lion.se is
On high ground ami command! a charming
vi< w ol mountain ami valley. uv2(i-ll
MEW, COMPLETE AND ELEGANT.
HLS LBaSEH THK ENTIRE SECOND
. and third stone* »f ihe Perry A Klley
Hen 1., :Is. :ss end 10, .Main st reel, und will
r here conduct a lirst-etas-; lintel.
THE SUITES AND SINGLE ROOMS
\tv unsurpassed lii flu- eity-we!l Ventilated,
newly lm nlslied, supplied villi tpi'iug mat
irasses nnd in every way complete.
FAMILIES AND SINGLE GENTLEMEN
Supplied with the host accommodations in
1), aid and lodging.
fallen a I the usual rates.
Til IV. TAHLK
I'l.n l.ai with the host. Ihe msikot Kfiords.
The 11 a vliiiK pu hi ie aml ol hers will here rind
ail Ihucouiktrisol a bone . UtVfli It
ROQMI.-FAMILT and Single Rooms
wilh board nt CoU Peel's on Hprlng Ml.
AN X W WILCOX A 01 Hits Si: \V IN( I Ma
chine 6ir saleal 2f»per eenl. less than
cash price, impure at this Office.
LilirNli APPLES AMI PEARS, BY THE
kl TUN,aI |lu> Allien Krull I'reaerVlng Kue
tOty, ii Ko. B. DAVIS.
FOR SALE-FOR RENT.
FOR SALE.-I will sell ut Public Mil
lion, on Saturday, Jan. BMb, my farm,
li 1 ., miles northeast ol Compton, OOUtulUlng
llio acres wit h improvements lo the value oi
s'j.cco. Himtl huuss, ami nuthouses! v large
portion ofthe place fenced ami all tinder im
provements. Terms, »I mil down, and Ihe
balance of purcbuse price ou lime at real on
W. U. MALCOLM.
Sheep For Sale
-1 HAVE 4,000 Ben! arade of Shf-cp which
I i idler for sale. guaranteeing to the pur
chaser pasture for the whole lot one year.
TWO thousand of tlicewes, served wilhtho
rongh-hi-id rams from Vermont, will lamb in
March, and Hie increase will he of superior
quality, Also, twenty thorough-bred Rams,
and ol her One nuns for sale. Kor lint ber pa r
li'Mibes. Inquire of SIMON LEVY,
Ji ii 171 f No. n AI Iso SI.
FOR SALE.—Eive Aires of land near
M.iln sirect, one mile from City Hall
somewhat Improved. Owner will be' in ilo
ci i y this week only. Price, J6OU per acre
jalilj Iw Cure I'ico llou-e.
FOR SALE.—A- House and Lot on (>li\o
sirect, between 7th nnd sih, Well im
provi d. cheap for cash. Enquire of
jans-lm V. BAKEK,
Emit SALE.--Dwelling House on Main St.,
botween Fourth ami Fifth, Including
bain and lot through to spring-. Terms, cash
down, and must be sold ut once. Enquire at
premises Cioui 10 A. M. to 2 X M.
Jam; ilwl T. W. WEST.
rjltfl-: well known Spot tsmeti's Hull Saloon,
A on Los Angeles streel, Containing a full
and Complete assortment of wines, liquors
and cigars, is now Offered for sale. Tbe sa
lixtn Is complete In everything and doing an
excellent business. Here is a rare Cppor
(unity for a good bargain, tor furt her pur
lieu lairs apply on trie premises.
Los Angeles,,lnn. 10, ls7o. JanllKiw
LAND FOR SALE.
I HAVE ftJM ACItKS OK EXCELLENT
land for sab-near Old Los Nietos. About
IhH acres will produce <-orn without Irrigation,
Tiie remainder is good frail and small grain
land. Living water on the premises. Par
tially improved. J. S.THOMPSON,
51 and 51i Temple Block,
flee. 17, 1871. del 7 If
Bee Ranch For Sale.
I.ion1 .ion SALE.—One of the best and most con
■ v«nii nlly loi-aled Bee Uiitiches in tho
CoUlliy, well stocked and provided with all
nceessan buildings. Apply at tliis oltiee.
Fish and Poultry Market.
WHITE HOUSE, LOS ANOELES 8 .
I bird door from the corner of Com ill
clul. A specially inado of all kinds of
In their season. Also,
Pot*lt**ys mmfgrnt Butter
Qame, INiil m, Fniii s,
Consignments of produce respectfully solie
All orders promptly tilled and goods dcliv
ercd free of charge In any part of I ho city.
To ihe Ladies.
ITIOR the prettiest and most tastefully and
A: elegantly dressed Dolls, go to the
Next to Ihe l'ico Houso.
A Million Toys for Sale.
NOTICE Ik hereby given that at the next.
Session of the Common (loinioil they
will receive bids for Ihe grading und Improv
ing of Alameda street. The Council reserves
the right lo reject any and all bids.
M. X HEM EH,
Clerk Coin. ('onncil.
Los Angeles, Jan. 9, iS7. r >. janlO-td
lAMI AM I'ItEPAREHTODO WELL-DIUOINU
in the most satisfactory manner und ou
the shorli'st notice. Wider guaranteed for
Wilcox Litters of ail dimsostons.
By permisdoii, I refer to Mr. Longs!n et.
Mr. Ledyurd, Mr. Heaton and Or. Whistler
Jan s-tf At SwlgartA Hubert, Main SI.
CRANCE CO-OPERATIVE CO.--NO
TICE OF DIVIDENDS.
NOTICE is hereby given, that at a meeting
ofthe Board of Directors df saiil com
pany, held on Uie ."ilb hist., a dividend for \%
per eehl, per montli (Oil cents per snare) was
declared forthe ftrsl six months en.line on
the Ulsi. day ol December, A. I>. 1874, on the
paid ill capital slock ol said compuuv.
L. M. HOLT, Sec'v.
January 7, 1875. lm
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