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VOLUME Hi;
Is I'uWlslie.l cve I-V morning except Monday
by
THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO.
OFFICIO—HeraId Nlenni Book and Job
Frill tlnjr Hohmo, Spring street, opposite the
Court House.
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Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates
Will soon be Issued, the thin! edition of the
HERALD PAMPHLET;
Compiled from the columns of ihe DAILY
HERALD, and containing the most com
plete and reliable information relailve to Los
Angeles City and County. Price, 25 cents.
All Kinds ot Jon-Work done to Com
pete with .Han FruuelMCo lv l*rt«e.
Mile, mi i Blegvjusee ol Mnrkniuu'iliip.
SOCIETY NOTICES.
Masonic Notice.
fl MM Aiitfde* Lodge No. 43, A
— /"V—. A - Jl.—The slated meetings of this
NT JT Lodge are held on tbe first MON-
D.»Y of each month at 7::t0 p. m.
' ~ M'-mlieix of Pmitalpha, No. 202, and
all Master Masons lv good standing are cor
dlally luvll.ml. S. O. FOY, W. M.
(liiah. Smith. SeoretHrv. aoa*-ly—B
APE VIMI.I'IIA I.OlMlt:, No. 202,
F. A. A M. Tin'stntcd meetings of
this Lodge are held on Ihe THIBD
HON DA Yof each mouth, at 7 p.m.
liy order of the \V> Mt
limit V. W. ItoniNsoN, See'y.
Los Angeles Chapter No. 33, R: • A:- M: •
f Slated iv"vocations on 2d
MO.vi'AV of each month at
iy % I. M, at Masonic Hull. So
journing companions in good
standing cordially Invited. Hy
order of the 11. I*.
\V. U. A. Kion,
\~A 7 KNIGHTS TEMPLAR.
jrcnC Cceur De Leon Commandery No. 9,
£*ni>ja) Tl —Holds Itastated uonclaves
ut tne .Asylum in Masonic Hall, on tho Third
THUItsDAY of each moulh, at 7 o'clock p. M.
Sojourning Knights Tempi** in good stand
ing are cordially Invited to attend.
By order of the (£•
IL N. Bhunino, t'apt;. Ocn'i;.
fs pm O. FT"
Aiiirelita Lodge !*o. !!>.>, I. O.
' O. F.— Regular meetings of this
ixslge are held every MONDAY
evening at X o'clock, at Odd Fel
lows' Hall, Downey Block. Visiting and so
lourning brothers iv good standing arc in
vited lo attend. I. J. SMITH, N. (I.
J, M. lUssktt, It. S. au!)
Orange Grove Encampment, No. 31,1. 0. 0. F.
•••■•arr-.-.- REGULAR MEETING* held on
,«y*tftv the Second and Fourth TtlES
*r,,( each inonlh at 1\ p. m.
Sojourning Patriarchs In good
standing arc cordially invited to attend.
11. DURDICK, C. P.
J. M. Bassktt, Scribe.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. FRED. EUPHRAT,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
OFFICIO—Over Farmers A Merchants Bank,
in Lsin\yette Hotel building, Main street, Los
Angeles. Oflice hours, 8 to 12 A. M., and 2to
6P. M. From 2to 3 I. M. gratis for the poor.
Consultation iv Ueruiuu, French, Italian
and English. |an2otf
SAM'L W. BROOKE, M. D.,
Physician, Surgeon and Obstetrician.
OFFICE—In Lan franco's Building, Main St,
Olllce boms—B lo 10 A. M.,2 tot and 7 toB P. M.
Residence, No. 240 Main street. dalltf
DRB. CHASE A LYONS,
BUK*8 UK* IRON H AND PRACTITIONERS of Ho
meopathy. Ottice and residence, Back
ntan House. Nighl calls promptly attended.
Std-special atleiitiou given to di.-.eaies ol
women and children. ocltftf
K. D. WISE. M. D.,
G lt ADIT ATE OF JEFFERSON
Medical College, Philadelphia. Oflice
iv Lan Franco Building, Main street. Otlice
hours, from Bto 10J4 A. M., and from 1% to &
P. M.
Obstetrics & Diseases of Women s Specialty.
my7-ly-15
DR. M. 8. JONES,
- T7HORMKRLY OF ST. LODIS, MO.,
MHfMK V lots located In I.os Angeles, where
H|, he will give his special attention to
diseases of the Kye, Far, Nose and
Tli rout,
Okkick : Spring St., opposite Temple Block.
feb'Aif—2
Dr. L. Dexter Lyford,
IJHYSICIAN AND SUR'iFON — OFFICE,
No. 17, Downey Block, Los Augeles,
California. Office hours—l to 11 a. M.;1t03
and 7 to 8 P. M. BPiSWf—2
DR. A. S. SHORE,
JJOMOSOPATH IC PHYSICTAN.
OFFICE—Nearly opposite the Post Office.
RESIDENCE -No. IU Franklin street.
oc2-tl—2
J. H. McKEE, M. D..
IJIIYSICIAN A SURGEON—OFFICE,
No. 1 Spring stroet, oppposlto Temple's
Itank. Rkhidknck— First street, between
Fort and Hill, lx»s Angeles, Cal. mrlB-tf—2
Dr. Joseph Kurtz,
PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE—in Lonfranco's Building, Main St
above the Drug Store of C. F. Heiuzenian A
Co. Will give particular attention to KYE
and FAR DISEASES. Office hours: From 9
to il a. m., from 2 to * p. m., and from 8 to U P.
M. Residence: Buenavlata, street, auglii
DRUGS—MEDICINES.
STORE !
V. CHEVALLIER
HAS OPENED AN ELEGANT DRUG
Store, In
SICNORETS NEW BUILDING,
Main St., opp. Pico House,
Well assorted with fresh and pure medicines
Also a splendid assortment of
PERFUME, HAIR BRUSHES.
Sponges, and every tollot article from the
best bouses of Ihe United States and Fiance.
Amerieun and French patent medicines.
hhiftliwh, Krench nnd Hpanisli
lj»i»4ju»veo(* nre Spoken.
V Chevalller has been established in San
Francisco since' 4», and his long cxpe-lence
in the drug business will lecommend him to
the confidence and patronage of the people
and medical fraternity of Los Angeles.
sep2s-tf
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
BUSINESS CARDS.
C. F. HEINZEMAN * CO.,
Successiirs to J. B. 8A UN PKIW &C( >~
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
r« Main Street,
LOS ANO E LES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PUREST UtUUSand PATENT MEDICINES
of all kinds. »♦* Prtscrijitloiis chMullv com
pounded duy and night. no2-tf—B
Wii.i,. 1L Brttis. J, W. Woi unukko.
WOLENBERC & BETTIS,
ttfHee No. 36 Mnlu Nt.
Real Estate Brokers,
Copyists, Collectors and General Commission
AGENTS,
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE.
Prompt attention paid tocolleetlons and all
business entrusted lo our care. dxT-lm*
CHAS. R. JOHNSON,
NOTARY PUMLIC
AND
GENERAL INSURANCE ACENT,
No. 52 Temple Block, I.os Angeles.
dec2o
CABANIS A. MADECAN,
Real Estate and Money Brokers.
Prompt attention paid lo collections and all
business entrusted to our care.
OFFICE—No. 41 Temple Block, up stairs
Entrance, Hist stairway helow the bank, on
spring street. dee!»lf
S. H. BUCHANAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Successors lo Buchanan it Huskins.
CICONTRACTS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS
' of Building and satisfaction guaranteed.
Headquarters al the Comer of Second and
Fort street. ap2s-tf—3
MORITZ CHOYNSKI,
44 SPRINC ST.
Carpenter and Cabinet Maker.
Stores titled up, Furniture mude and re
paired, and general work done on Ihe short
est notice, nov22tf
JOHN COLDS WORTHY,
JJEPUTY V. 8. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR aud CIVIL ENGINEER
Room 6, Downey's Block, Ix>s Angeles,
novllf—2
E. F. KYSOR,
Aiic IIi r r ECT,
T3OOM No. II HELLMAN'S BLOCK, COR
IV tier of Commercial and Los Angeles
Streets. ap2stf—2
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
LEW C. CABANIS,
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER and
Searcher of Records for this County.
OFFICE -No. 41 Temple Ulock.over Post
office, octltf
J. E. GRIFFIN,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
OFFICE—ROOM 22, TEMPLE BLOCK,
Lorn Anjjrelen, <Jnl.
Skli.spi.cial attention giveu to hand and Pro
hate business. mylHf— 2
Scripture & Ellis,
ROOMS 1 and 3 DOWNEY BLOCK. au2o
~ WINSLOW ft. MYERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE—Room No. 11 Downey Blik'K,
Lis Anoki.ks, CAI* till tf
J. O. HOWARD. 11. T. H A/A I! I)
HOWARD & HAZARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICES IN No. 8 DOWNEY BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
••"Special attention given to business In
the United States Land Otlice. oc'2-tf—2
t. atifr—id., o. h. Mm,
A. U. CHAPMAN, 11. M. SMITH.
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN &SMITH,
AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stairs, Los
Angeles, California, oc2-tf— 2
CIIAKI.ES MNDI.KV. J. 8. TUOHHSOM.
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
TTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—Room- Nos. 51 and 62, over Tem
ple 4 Workman's Bank. ocli-tf— 2
W. L. M AK.SJI All.. WII.I. 1). OOUI.U.
J. H. HI. ANC II AUD.
MARSHALL GOULD & BLANCHARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court. House. Rooms Nos.
IS and 19 Temple Block, I.os Angeles, Cal.
Will practice ln all tho Courts of this suite,
and attend to business in U. S. Land Olllce.
tf-2
GEORGE J. CLARKE,
NOTARY PUBLIC-COMMISSIONER OF
Deeds for Arizona, and Broker. Olllce,
Oanahl 4 McDanlels, Downey Block.
Je IH-tf-2
V. E. HOWARD & SONS,
AT LAW,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
0c,2-tf -2
A. H. JUnSON. J. W. aiI.I.KTTK.
Att'y at I.aw
JUDSON, & GILLETTE,
EXAMIMERS OF TITLES.
»7 1-2 Spring; SI.. Lis Angeles, Cal.
oc2-tf-2
GRAND RE-OPENING OK THE
ORIENT SALOON.
We have Just received a tjirgc and Entire
NEW STOCK of
LIQUORS and ( UiAlfS.
»r Puucbes and Cobblers Specialties.
J. OAFPE, Proprietor.
G. E. GARD, Manager. uiylllll—l
P. I.AOTII. FRITZ HKNZ.
NEW YORK BREWERY,
PHIL. LAUTH & CO.,
(Successors to Chris. Heune) Proprietors.
The" CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BRIL
LIANT, LAGER BEER Soutu of
San Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT M BOTTLED hv t:R
prom pi I \ attended to.
Tlie celebrated Beer from this Brewery de
fies competition In tlie Stale. mrs-tf—s
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1875.
BUSINESS CARDS.
M. W. PERRY,
II O O It HIND 10 JB.
Downey Block, (.'or. New High und T.mnh
streets. octll-2ii'>
WM. ABBOTT,
n General Undertaker.
FINE METALIC COFFINS,
Tiie Bern in tlie World.
AlWaya on linnd, and all kind! of Collins
ready at one hour's notice. Apply at his
FURNITURE WAREROOMS,
No. 16 Main street,
Near the Pico House. octl7-ly
J. BTRELITZ.
MERCH ANT TAILOR, AND FASHION
ABLE CI,OTH IN It.
No. T:l Main Sireel. In I roll I ol ihe
Orient Nnloon, Downey Block.
A larire stock of tho newest. Cloths. Oooil
tits guaranteed. mrM-t f—2
D. W MACLELLAN,
Searcher of Records and Conveyancer,
ROOM 13 DOWNEY BLOCK.
novHHtf
O.W.PARKER,
Teacher and Conductor of
VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Residence, No. 6<l Spring St.
PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED.
Ail orders left at the above rooms, or at
Brodrick's Book store, will receive prompt at
tention, augriotf
H.J. STEVENSON,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
U. S. Deputy Land and Mineral Surveyor.
Survey! of all kinds in the city or at a dis
tance. Maps made, Field notes and descrip
tions fnrniqhed Ac
OFFICE-NC. 36 MAIN STREET,
Dos anuklus, Calm octaoif
SY'M. Mouki . M. Kki.i.kiikk,
MOORE & KELLEHER,
CIVIL ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS
AND -—
I >li, A COHTHM NJV.
OFFICE—In Wolfskill Huilding, New High
street, daMni*
F. F. MILLEN,
Conveyancer and Searcher of Records,
H.KAD KBTATK,
INSURANCE AND GENERAL ACENT
Special facilities for placing properly lv the
Eastern and European Markets.
I.oiiiin Negotiated.
No. 711, Main St., Los Angeles.
nov2i)lf
c. j. wesTonT
ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER
AND
IJIfcAUOIITSMAIV,
11. S. Deputy Mineral surveyor, Boom (lli
Temple lllock, Third Story, I.o» Angi les, Cal
ifornia. my 1011' —:S
VETERINARY SURGEON.
OSCAR 0. BALDY, V. S., TREATS ALL
diseases of the horse. Ciin be found
at corner Con rib and Port streets. Auge
les, Cal. au2 tf—2
T. O. SWIOAKT. JOS. IIITHKK, .IK.
BWICART & HUBER,
DKAI.KKS IN
MTOVBUi. tin,
COPPER AND SHEET-IRON-WARE
AND
CROCKERYWA RE, (jLASS.
Hardware and Willow-ware,
LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
PLUMBING AND CAS FITTING
Done: to < >rcter.
Sign of the Big Red CoHee-Pot,
NO. 110 MAIN ST., : LOSANUKLES.
Juti2ltf— 5
LUMBER-YARDS.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
LTJMUTCIt YAItDS
— A N II —
PLANING MILLS,
No. IH t'oiimiercinl »lreet, nrsr Rail
road Depot. uu-20-tf—3
J. G. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS
Posts, Shakes,
Plaster Paris,
CEMENT unci HAIK.
Corner of Alameda and Plrst streets.
I.OK ANUKI.KH, CAI,.
VV. W. ROBINSON,
AOENT.
liolman's team ready in yard to deliver or
ders, seplltf
GRh^RTH,IYNCH itCO.
LUMBER DEALERS,
CORNER OF
Alameda and JFii-mt 8t,».,
DEALERS IN
Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft.
Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " "
Flooring at - — 42 50 " " «
They constanlly keep on hand
DOORS
WINDOWS,
BLINDS,
POSTS,
NHInOLES,
LATHS,
SHAKES,
HAIR, PLASTER OP PAP.IS, ETC., ETC
ap2B-tl—s
DON'T RUN IN DEBT.
D in'l run in debt—never mind, never mind
If your clothes are al I iitdei! and lorn ;
Fix I hem up, make them do; v is betier by
far
Than to have the hearl weary and worn.
Who will love you the more for tin- set of
your hat,
I >r your ruff', or the tic of your shoe,
the slyle of your boots or shade ot crava',
II they know you're In debt for the new?
Good Mends, let me beg of you, don't run In
debt,
If the chairs and the sofa are old;
They'll lil your hack better than any new set,
Unless they are paid for—with gold.
If the house is too small, draw the closer to
gether,
Keep it warm with a hearty good will;
A big one, unpaid for,ln all kinds of weather,
Will send to the warm heart a chill.
Don't run in debt—dear girls take a hint.
If the fashions have changed since last sea-
son;
Old Naiure is out in the very same lint,
And Old Nature, me thinks, has some rea-
son.
But Just say to your friends, I cnnnol afford
To spend time to keep up with the fashion;
My purse Is 100 tight aud honor '.oo bright
To be tarnished with such silly passion.
OYSTERS.
The oyster is remarkable] for his fe
cundity. According to rail, a single
individual produces about 1,200,000
young in a season. Other observers
increase this estimate to tiie enormous
number of 2,000,000. The oyster may
be called viviparous, as the eggs, after
leaving the ovaries, are retained and
hatched within the mantle There
they swim about in a whitish biscous
fluid —myriads of them finding room
to move without jostling in a single
drop of the liquid. When the young
lings are ready to shift for themselves,
they are expelled from the parent
shell in little jets of the creamy sub
stance in which they bad been cra
dled. In the spawning seaeon, multi
tudes of oysters in the same bunk will
emit their offspring simultaneously,
and, though each sends out but a
small quantity of spat, the water be
comes clouded with it. At this point
of their existence, the young oysters
are individually almost invisible. It
is the mussing of millions that gives
color to the water and makes their
presence perceptible.
When first ejected, the tiny fry are
in great danger of destruction. The
larger part are wafted away by cur
rents aud driven on unfavorable
grounds, where they soon perish, or
they are devoured by fishes or other
marine animals. Each one is pro
vided with an apparatus for swim
ming, by which it propels itself in the
water until it has found some suitable
body on which it may fasten aud begin
its growth. After it has been fixed,
the pad and cilia witli which it made
its first and last journey dwindle
awny, and It remains stationary for
the remainder of its life. When it
first conies forth, the oyster is about
1-12(1 of an inch in length, and 2,000,
--000 may be packed in the space of a
cubic inch. When a month old, it is
tlie size of a pea. At six months of
age, it is about tlie size of a half-dollar;
and at twelve months, it has grown as
large as a dollar. At this age the
shell is marked with longitudinal
ridges or fluting; but these gradually
disappear, and when the oyster is four
or five years old, they aro generally
lost altogether. In very favorable
situations, the oyster grows so rapidly
as to be fit for tbe table in a year and
a half or two years; but in ordinary
circumstances, it requires about live
years.
There are many different species, all
inhabiting the seas in warm and tem
perate climates. Their favorite habi
tant is in bays and estuaries along the
coast, where the water is not very
deep. They will thrive equally well
in situations where they are constant
ly covered with water, or where they
are left dry by the ebbing tide. Im
mense oyster beds exist on the coast
of Europe aud America. The farms
of Roohelle and the isles of Re and
Oleron are famous for the quality of
their produce. Very fine oysters are
grown on some parts of tlie British
coasts. Nearly 2,000,000 acres of
oyster beds are possessed by Virginia,
while the shores of Georgia abound iv
banks of great extent.
It is estimated that a man requires
twelve ounces of nitrogeni/.ed sub
stance for his daily nourishment. To
furnish this supply, sixteen dozen oys
ters would be required). No article of
diet is so easily digested, or contains
so little nutriment.
The Number of Eggs in a Hen.
A curious point of inquiry among
zoologists lias been for a lonirliine how
many eggs lliere are iv the ovary of a
hen. To determine tiiis, a German
naturalist a short timesince instituted
some careful investigations, the result
of which showed the ovary of a hen
to coutain about (SOO embryo eggs. He
also found that some twenty of these
matured the first year, about 120 dur
ing the second year, 135 during the
third, 114 during the fourth, and dur
ing the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth
years the number decreases by twenty
annually; it consequently following
that after the fourth, or at most the
fifth year, hens are no longer profitable
as layers, unless it may be iv excep
tional instances.
Some interesting experiments were
also made in Germany a short time
since to determine the comparative
fecundity of ducks aud hens—that is,
from which of the two the larger num
ber of eggs can be obtained in the same
time. For this purpose three hens and
ducks were selected, all hatched in
February aud nourished with suitable
food. The following Autumn the
ducks had laid 225 eggs, while the hens
laid none. In the next February the
laying season began again with tlie
ducks and continued uninterruptedly
till August. They showed no inclina
tion to set, but became very thin, al
though they afterward fattened up
somewhat. The total number of eggs
laid by the hensamouuted to 257, or 86
eggs each: and 392, or 131 each for the
ducks. Although the eggs of the ducks
were rather smaller than those of the
hens, yet they proved to be decidedly
superior in nutritive material, so that
the superiority in productiveness was
decidedly with the ducks.
In regard to the means or possibility
of deciding the Sex of the eggs, much
difference of opinion exists. But M.
Gealn, in a communication to the
French Academy of Sciences, says on
this subject that he is now able, after
having investigated the matter care
fully for several years, to state that
all eggs containing the germ of males
have wrinkles on their smaller end,
while female eggs are smooth at tlie
extremities.
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line. To attach the glass, it Is only left for
the customer to paste nnd fold overall already
attached Isirder, and I his may be done by a
child.
SW subjects, 12x1,1 Inches, 25c: with glass, 50c.
Six of this size for tl, when si taction is left to
publishers.
« subjects, 10xl2 Inches, 20c; with glass, (fie.
7 subjects, «><,xBs-a Inches, loc.; with glass, 40c.
12 subjects, 14x18 inches, Mo.; with glass, ii.
Sent by mall, without glass, post-paid, for
price.
CaiivaHHers W«iit»Ml.
THE ALDINE COMPANY,
08 Maiden Lane, New York.
decia
LIQUORS, ETC.
FASHION SALOON.
«1 Downey Rlork, Hnlu Nt.
WOLF Sc GATES,
Vropriel ers.
The Choicest Ales, Beer, Wines,
AND
Kiquot'H of all ItiiKls.
Hoi Lunch Served Every Day and Evening.
ALL THE LATE PAPERS
On file for the use of guests. Club nnd Read
ing It.loins, warmed and well ventilated.
It is the intention of the Proprietors to so
Conduct tlio house as to preserve the good
nume it has already earned. seplStf
PALACE SALOON.
7tt MAIN ST., Temple Hloch,
Loh Anuelks, Cal.
A flue stock of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
kept, constantly on hand, and Liquors Isill led
expressly for family use. Also
HOT I.U NCII
Served from 11 o'clock a. m. to 1 o'clock v. M.,
and from 8 P. m. until 2 a. m.
J L. WILLIAMS,
oct9tf Proprietor.
CUCAMONGA WINE.
DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMEIt'S
WINE CELLAR ,underneath the new
U.S. Hotel, comer of Uis Augeles and Re
quena streets. Wine by thu Glass, Bottle or
Gallon. All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
NOTIt £.
The public of Los Angeles are hereby noti
fied that no other person lv Los Angeles hut
Louis Mesmer has wines from the Cocomongo
ranches. h L. SANSEVAIN.
noMptf— 4
CITY BREWERY
And SALOON,
Cor. Second and Spring Streets,
LOS ANGELES?
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
no2-tf-3 JOS. LEIBER, Proprietor.
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p.Tjooauoo KM NlHff XOtiXA W SB J"*
'WvDIO V»*>ioiio »".» VjINIAV. V<aind atu.
•X 8 NIVK '13X0H "S % MXIHO.LIO CI
'swooa auKvo
'Nosaua Hdasor
No. 33.
NEW HOUSE,
Corner Aliso and Alameda Streets.
SIMON LEVY
Has opened at the above place, an extensive stock of
Provisions, Groceries,
Wines and Liquors.
Half a pound of Sugar and half a pound of Coffee more to the
dollar is there given than in any other house in the city, and all
other goods are sold in the same proportion.
Country produce taken in exchange at market rates. Also,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant.
General dealer in all kinds of
HIDES, GRAIN AND WOOL.
Makes advances on Consignments to all parts of the United Stase.
j> o«. 33, 3-4 At 35, Htreetj
Los Angeles, Cal. d 2 2
LINES OF TRAVEL.
LOS ANGELES DIVISION
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD.
AND
«rr S3 A. M. £2 1 c m>
IMPORTANT CHANCES.
On and after THURSDAY, January Uth,
1875, and until further notice, trains will run
every day as lollows:
LEAVES LOS ANGELES:
KOK AKKIVE.
Anaheim MO A. m. H:ou a.m.
Wllminglon 10:15 " 11:30 "
Snn Fernando I 0: !0 " 11.15 "
Spadrn 1:45 P. M. 4:30 p.m.
Wllminglon 3:J5 " SM "
San FernaiKh 8:30 " 9.;*) "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
I.KAVK. AURIVK..
San Fernando i;:l"i a. m. 7:15 a.m.
Spadra 7:t5 " 11:20 "
Wilmington 7:45 " «:00 "
San Fernando 132110 v. m. itmr. m.
Anaheim 1:00 " SUM *•
Wilmington DM *' 2:15 "
"ON STKAMt'ltt HAYS."
Time of trains between Los Angeles and Wil
mington will he varied so as to connect with
steamer.
The time of Fisher A Thatcher, (57 Main
street, has been adopted by this company.
np23-tf-10 E. E. HEWITT. Supk
GOODALL, NELSON & PERKINS'
STEAMSHIP LINES.
San Francisco and Los Angeles,
THE STEAMSHIPS
IV 3BJ IV TJ Ifc .A.
AND
ORIZABA
Calling Ml So nI a I tit r bar it only,
AND
STEAMSHIP SENATOR.
Calling at Santa Hut'v.ra and Snn Luis
Obispo, also at. San Buenaventura and san
Simeon (or passengers only.
SCHEDULE.
Stkamrrh. «»• g. is &■» §3
If S> p* |»
?s§ S p §
Ventura Jan 13 Jan 15 Jan 17 Jan 111
Senator " 111 " 18 " 21 " 23
Orizaba. " 20 " 22 " 2t " ai
Ventura " 25 " 27 " 211 " 31
Senator " 28 " 3n Feb 2 Feb 4
Oriy.aba Feb Feb 4 " t " 8
LOS ANGELES AND SAN DIEGO:
Steamers VENTURA and ORIZABA
Uo tlirongli to Snn Dh'so calling 111
At'ahelin I.mining.
Leave San Pedro Jan. 22d, 271.h, and Feb.
4th, 1875.
SAN LUIS, SAN SIM HON, SANTA CRUZ,
MONTEREY and SAN FRANCISCO.
The Orizaba, leaving San I'edro Jan. 24th,
connects at Santa Barbara with steamer Cou
stantine for above named ports.
Sau Francisco, Snn Rlego, anil Hnj
Ports.
Steamers KALORAMAA and GIPSY,
Carryng combustibles and ether freight, will
leave San Francisco about every ten days.
VICTORIA, Ji. C
Steamers leave San Francisco on the sth
and 201 hof r vety mouth, except when those
dales fall on Sunday, then on tho day follow
ing.
Plans of Steamers' Cabins at. Agent's olllce.
For Passage or Freight apply to
H. MoLELLAN,
Ag't. for Los Angeles Co.
Office, 61 Main street, opposite head of Com
mercial. InnB
Through by Daylight to San
Bernardino.
STAGES via CHINO, RIN
CON and lU\ KRSIDIO,ear-
rylngthe United Statts mails 1 1 " 1 ■ "
express, leaves SPADKA every TUESDAY,
THU RSDA V and SATURDAY at 8 A. M. The
entire trip Is made by daylight, thus afford
ing tourists and travelers un opportunity of
passing oyer some of the llnest portion* Of
Southern cniii'o'-nia.
The route passes 1 hroiwh the beautiful col
ony of Riverside and tho famous Chino
ranch.
Tickets should be inirchased a»d seals se
cured oftltb tufeut Iri I.os Augeles.
11 W. HoKINSON.Supt.
STAGE OFFICE—No. 15 Main street.
J. L. WARD, Agent.
decls-tf
ladies: hair dressing
ESTABLISHMENT.
CAROLINE C. BURTON.
LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL
styles. Draids, Curls sod Waterfalls
made at the shortest notice. Tangled hair
straightened and made into any shape. Per
nmes of the llnest quality on hand and for
sale. No. 9 Spring street, Los Augeles, Cal.
NUMBER 102.
nTMIMMWM ■ —Mill
BAN NG HOUSES.
WM. WoKKMA> V. »>. K. TKMt-l.lt.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN.
HjLiHVLtnmm.
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
Receive l>c|n»Mi.s, Issue their Certificates sell
I run sari a
UKN l;RA1. HAHKIN« Ml NINES*.
DRAW ON THf LONDON AND SAN .RAKCISLO lANK I LIMITED I.
AT SANJRANCSCO
Exchange for sale on
Now "S'orli, 11 ainl>urt>,
I ..union. If. rim and
I'nrin, b'mnhTort.
I.t t'ai Tenders, Hulllon, Gold I Mint and Gov
ernmeut, State, County and City Honda bought
aud .Sold. Receive valuables for sale keep
ug. -10
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
SAVINGS BANK
MAIN STREET,
JLOS A_MJjel<"*, Ctftl.
CAPITAL STOCK, :::::: $300,00\,
Puksiuknt. J. 8. SLAUSON
Vick-Pkkhiuknt J. M. GRIFFITH
DIRECTORS!
J. S. SLAUSON, J. M. GRIFFITH.
V. A. HOOVKR, ROBERT a RAKER,
J. BIXHY, H. li. TICHENOR,
GEORGE 8. DODGE.
Open for business from 10 a. m. (11l 3 p. m.,
and Saturday evenings from 11 to 8 o'clock.
Deposits received in any amounts.
Money to loan on real estate In amounts
and for length of time desired.
Jlytt-tf—s
MISCELLANEOUS.
NEITZKE & WOHLERS,
UNDERTAKERS,
And Manufacturers and Importers of
Metal ic. Rosewood and Walnut
COFFINS
AND
Collin TVimminfgh.
No :t Spring St.., opposite Temple Rank,
Los Angeles.
Keep constantly on band tbe
Largest and Best Assortment
of goods lv tlitdr line to be found In Southern
California.
ltodies taken in charge and details of burial r
personally und promptly attended to.
ERNEST NEITZKE, City Sexton.
U. H. WOHLERS. deelsii

Delmonico Restaurant,
MATN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL. Los Angeles, California.
OPEN lit ALL HOURS.
WTh ? choicest delicacies of the Best Mar
kets always on the Rill of Fare. Elegant
DINNERS AND LUNCHES at a moment's
notice. JAS. MUNROE A CO.,
hfltdT I. Proprietors.
L. LICHTENBERCER,
(Successor to Roeder* Llchleuberger),
JyJANUFACTURER OF
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Etc.
lIS, 14S and 147 Main street, Los Angeles,
Very respectfully solicits the patronage of
the public In bis line of business. All ve
hicles built of the BEST MATERIAL. An
extensive
BLACKSMITH HHOP
Is connected with the establishment, where
all kinds of Blacksmithiug witi be done to
order.
11 EC PAIRING
Done with dispatch, and with a view of giving
satisfaction to palroLS.
All Work Warranted
no7-tflp-3J<
LOOK TO YOUR FIRE!
GREAT KKDUCTIUN
O O A If M
From $24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quality, per ton, at
|. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent)
COAL YAIIO.
Corner of Spring and Court streets,
I.OS ANOBLSa, CAL. SCpS

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