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Special Notices.
Wm. Farrell, at No. 19 Court street,
attends to all business iv the way of
plumbing and gas and steam pipe fit
ting. He guarantees satisfaction in
all cases and charges reasonable prices.
He i also reflrrishei old gas fixtures,
maknigHhem as good as new. Also,
agent for the " Km pi re-gas-burner"
and "Economic gas-governor"—both
valuable acquisitions to fixtures of a
house and great savings over the old
style apparatus. Remember the place,
No. 19 Court strain. mrlO:tf
G. W. Morgan offers one of the best
residence lots on the hills at a very
low figure. nirortf
G. W-. Morgan offers 160, acres of
good land, capable of being irrigated
from artesian wells. Price low.
mrs:tf
Removal —Office of PhoSnU Insurance Co.,
of Hartford; Home Insurance Co., cf New
Y«rk, and 1 oudon Assurance Corporation,ve
movodtc Nctr Postofliee building. Spring SL,
Eos Angeles. CH vs. R. Johnson,
mr 6 Agent.
BjarTlie principal organs of sense are con
centrated to the faqe. Uis therefore worthy
of being crowned by nil Gentlemen, with one
of the superior haUfwfcich can'be had at Des
mond's, Slain StreeL , marl.
For Ladies E Families, the St. Charles
Restaurant is ihe nicest place in the city.
niari-U
. ;
N. H. Mitchell at the Fashion Liv
ery Stable, Anaheim, announces that
he is now prepared to furnish all
kinds of li vary turnouts on short no
tice and at-reasonable rates. Persons
visiting Anaheim will do-well to give
Mr. Mitchell a call; they will find
him obliging and attentive to busi
ness. Mar.2-lw.
We herewith wish to inform the
{lublic that we will commence on
londay, March Ist, 1875, to offer our
entire atoek of dry goods, clothing,
boots ana shoes, hats, etc., at and be
low cost, as we have decided to quit
business, and must sell our entire
stock in ninety days without fail. It
is no humbug, as we mean what we
say. Come and convince yourself.
Meyerstein & Winter, proprietors of
tlie"lmportant, Main street, under La
fayette Hotel. • f 28:1 m
Gnrden.-Grass and Tree seeds for utile cheap
a! s. Hl-.LLMAN'S.
Insurance Agency—Commercial of Califor
librnla. Fire and Marine, assets $500,000: Cali
fornia Insurance Co., assets $500,080; Fire As
sociation of Philadelphia, incorporated 1820,
assats $8,000,0011. These companies transact
their business nt the lowest paying rates,
charging for each risk according t > I lie hazard
assumed, without reference to any insurance
combination ot arbitrary trifl'rf. All losses
promptly adjusted and paid.
U. McLKLLAN, Agent.
Office of G., N. 4 P. S. S. Co.,
fe2o «l Main streei, L«M Angeles.
Zero prices at the Bazaar for dry
goods, clothing, etc., for thirty days
only. Give them a call and save
money. f 29:1 m
Now is the time to lay In a good
supply of goods. The Bazaar, corner
Main and Requena streets, offers ex
tra Inducements. (Jive them a
catt. f2n:lm
iNst iiANcv AoEJrCY — Umce, Commercial
street, | Duoommini's new building), Northern
Assurance Co ,of London and Aberdeen, cap
ital, $10,000,000; Hnrtlord. of Hartford, assets,
$2,757.0rff; Imperial snii Qileen of London,cap
ital, $18,000,000; Union Mutual Life Insurance
Co., assets, $8,000,000.
Jons c.Mti.ts, Agent.
Liverpool, London 4 Gl<#l>e I isuirnce Co.,
aasets«2;i,OOO,ooO; North British 4 Mercantile
Insurance Co., capiiui, ttOiOIXMWOj Fireman's
Fund Insurance Co...is-ers, ««>7,0e0.
W.ir. .1. BiiooiticK, Agent.
Applications received for the insurance of
all kinds ot property, and policies issued di
rect. fe7 tf
To the Ladies.- ion can have a Brossc
DRESS Chart with fill 1 instructions for cut
ting and fitting all outside garments, for
$2 00, at M. C. Bakkh's, sole Agency, febyti
j*i - -
NKW Goons! New Goods! Marxsen Bros..
Ihe new variety- store, corner of Main and
Third streets, keep* constantly on hand :v
large variety of Dry goods, Clothing, (ii ills'
undeTrwear, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, etc.
A large supply of new goods just received,
and sold at reasonable rates. All goods are
of the best .Quality: no auction goods sold by
us. We respectfully solicit pubUu to eji
arain* our goods and judge lor themselves.
Goods delivered to any part of the city free of
charge. -j • ' . - J V "• feb3-tf
It, S. W'AWCltit, iliil Poster and Distributer.
Headquarters ai Star o£nce. Orders lett at
any orthe other newspaper offices In the city,
will be promptly attended to. Janltl
Silver and gold plating; eleetrotyping; ivory
ami metal turning; glass and metal drilling.
Locks, keys, sealsand key-checks, stencil and
door-plates made to order; knives and surgi
cal Instruments ground and saws hied and set;
parasols ami canes mended; musical instru
ments repaired; meerschaum pipes cleaned
and mounted; model making and repairs on
all fancy work and machinery, from a pin to
a locomotive. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold and repaired. Come and see the
new sewing machine engine. Sewing Ma
chine Exchange,*! Spring St. de3o tf
Moore's Restaurant,on Commercial street,
is the proper place to go for a good meal, with
a good cup ot coffee or tea to drink wit h It.—
There is probably uo restaurant on the Pacific
coast wherejso many of the substantial* and
so many of the luxuries may be had for 25 ci«.
Don't forget tbe place—Moore's Restaurant,
Commercial street. Private eating rooms have
been neaily fitted up for the accommodation
of ladies |5-tl
Bancisokt 4 Tiiavek, Real Estato Brokers,
No. 21 Spring street. City and County Proper
ty Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Loans ne
gotiated, money advanced on Real and Per
sonal securities. Publishers ol the Los Ange
les Heal Estate Reporter. deellu
The lighfc-iuuning Domestic sewiug
macine, tlie great favorite of the East,
is now to bo had at the new furniture
business of Johannsen & Grossen, cor
ner. Main and Commercial. *
The new furniture store in Ducom
mun's new building is now open;
Main street, corner Commercial. *
Have yon been to the new furniture
store of Johannsen & Grossen, in Du
commun's new building on Main
stroet, corner Commercial? *
A large lot of furniture from the
East and San Francisco, at the new
furniture establishment in Ducom
mun's new building, Main street, cor
ner Commercial. *
POST OFFICE EMPORUM.
If tie C. M/TCHNER lots removed to the
Postoffice t<ui iiiin.', where she wiJI sell every
thing in tho Stationery line
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
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, —_
INTOTICJK,
"\fOTICE is hereby given that the Mayor's
jLV Office bus been removedfrorn No. MNew
High street to the bnek building opposite the
City Council rooms.
rnr7 P. BKAIJDRY, Mayor.
Willow Wood.
A PINE SUPPLY of this Wood constantly
on hand at my Yard on Alameda street,
betow the Depot. All lengths. Orders left at
the Orange store will ba promptly attended to
and delivered free of charge.
JaiiWtw J. J. MORTON.
< OLLECTIONS
ON
Panamint and Coso,
.Made through reliable connections and With
promptness. 3. L. WARD,
febUlif 36 Main streeL
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
FRIDAY, MARCH 12, I 87&
The affirmation by the Supreme
Court of the judgment of the Court
below in the case of VasqUßZ seems
to ti x the doom of the bandit and ren
der almost certain his execution on the
21st instant.
Chief- Engineer Crawford has
been officially informed that the
schooner Tanner, with the first instal
ment of material for the new wharf at
Truxton, has sailed from Puget Sound.
She called at San Francisco and took
on board the anchor and buoy to be
used at the landing and sailed direct
for Truxton. The camp of the wharf
builders will be established on the
beach in a day or two and pile-driving
will commence as soon as the Tanner
arrives.
Senator Booth has refused to go
iuto caucus witli either the Demo
crats or Republicans. He could not
consistently do otherwise. He was
elected as an Independent and he rep
resents an Independent constituency.
Besides this lie has promised to return
and canvass the State in behalf of the
Independent ticket this Summer. If
he consented to go into Democratic or
Republican caucus at Washington he
would dest roy his party at home and
leave the contest of the State election
between the Democrats and Republi
cans. This is a contingency he does
not propose to bring about.
Sewers and Sewerage.
\ great deal has been said and writ
ten in this city on the subject of nui
sances aud the cheapest and most
practical method of removing them.
That the city is cursed with an undue
proportion of these endemic breeding,
health destroyers is a fact so well es
tablished that no one will presume to
deny its existence. There are a
thousand nuisances in this city, aud
ninety-nine out of each one hundred of
them are of such a nature that neither
the families creating them nor the
Health Officer can abate them without
the assistance and co-operation of the
city authorities. What the city needs
now more than anything else is main
sewers into which private sewers may
drain the sewage from residences on
either side of the street. It is due to
the Health Officer to say that he has
repeatedly called the attention of the
authorities to the great necessity for
main sewers, and we may add that
the majority of the Council concede
that something should be done to
ward the construction of main sewers
along the principal streets, but the
dilncuHy of hitti
plan of operations has up to this time
prevented the commencemeit of a
work that cannot be much longer de
layed without seriously endangering
the health of the entire community.
The absence of main sewers in many
localities has created nuisances which
it is next to impossible to abate. They
would never have existed had there
been means for carrying the sewage
from the premises. In such cases,
and they are numerous, it is
beyond the power of the Health
Officer or tbe owners of the property,
to remove the objectionable matter.
For instance, tlie owner of property
on Main street has been notified by
the Health Officer that the sewage
from his premises has become a nui
sance. While he admits the fact
he enquires how he is to
remove the evil. He has dug a
cesspool thirty feet deep and carried a
sewer as far away as possible, but as
there is no main sewer iv Main street
within his reach he is deprived of all
means for getting rid of the sewage.
In such cases both the Health Officer
and the citizen are powerless. It is to
be hoped the Council will give this
subject their serious consideration and
as soon as possible provide the city
with the most efficient of all nuisance
abaters —main sewers.
Parties and Their Candidates.
Half an hour's conversation the
other clay with a shrewd San Francis
co politician who never runs for of
fice himself, and is therefore better
able to judge of the chances of those
who do, gave us the facts and conjec
tures hereinafter mentioned. It is al
most certain that we shall have three
sets of candidates this Fall for one set
of offices. The rumor that the Inde
pendents were already regretting their
resolution to nomiuate a full ticket, is
not true in fact, and that other rumor
that the leading men of that organiza
tion cannot agree on which of their
number shall be nominated for Gov
ernor, is also a canard, the authorship
and parentage of which is attributed
to their implacable enemy—the Re
publicans. The signs of the times
point to Mayor Alvord as the stand
ard-bearer of the Independents in the
approaching campaign. Those who
regard him as a weak and insignifi
cant opponent are laboring under a
mistake which may be fatal to their
own success. If the Independents
nominate Alvord for Governor they
will have a gallant leader, and one
who, if he falls, will fall with his feet
to the foe and his face to the sun.
Senator Booth does not intend to de
sert the cause that placed him in the
Senate. In place of spending his
Summer in tlie East he will return
and thoroughly canvass the State in
behalf of the Indepdeiident party and
Id support of the Independent nomi
nees. He wields a power second to
that of no man in the State. He
is popular with , tlie people ami
though he spoke iv every town
and village from Siskiyou to
San Diego between now and
next September he will lose none
of that popularity. To politicians and
campaign makers we say, do not fall
into the habit of despising the Inde
pendent party, lest tlie election day
prove your Agincourt. The Demo
cratic candidates for Governor are nu
merous. The prominent ones are
Hon. P. A. Roach, editor of the Ex
amine); ex-State Treasurer Thomas
Findley, and a once prominent Dem
ocrat, J. P. Hooe. Just now the latter
gentleman is being loudly talked up
by the San Francisco manipulators.
He is a learned lawyer and an able
man, but he will not prove a strong
candidate for Governor, for the reason
that in the dark and gloomy days of
the Democracy, when its candidates
had no more prospect of election than
the Sacramento Union had of throw
ing all of Stanford's locomotives
from the track, and were merely setup
to be knocked down, Colonel Hooe
was not often found in the van and
time and again refused to accept nom
inations which he well knew could not
but end in defeat. The old staunch
and true Democrats are not willing
that the Colonel should, after sleeping
through the dark days, awake and
carry off the spoils of a victory lie did
nothing to win. The Republicans will
nominate a full ticket with, if they
can induce him to run, ex-May:>r
Thomas H. Selby at its head. They
do not expect to win, but they will
tight their old enemy, the Democrats,
from force of habit, and their new en
emy, the Independents, because they
hate them and trace to them the cause
of all their woe. It will be a hard-fought
battle, and the victory will depend
more on the ability of tlie leaders than
the numerical strength of the respect
ive armies.
Pacific Coast Senators on Standing
Committees.
Washington, March Bth.—Pacific
coast Senators will be given places on
Senate Commiteees this session as fol
lows: Sargent remains on the Appro
priations and Naval Affairs, is pro
moted to the Chairmanship of Mines
and Mining, aud becomes a member
of the Roilroad Committee. Bootli is
given a place on the Public Lands,
Pensions and Manufactures. Jones
remains on the Postoffice Commit
tee and becomes Chairman of the
Contingent Expenses Committee and
is given a place on the Finance Com
mittee. Mitchell remains on the
Privileges and Elections; Claims and
Transportation Committees, and is
also placed on the Railroad Commit
tee. Kelly, like all other Democrats,
is yet to be assigned a place by the
minority, but will doubtless remain
on the Public Lands, Military Affairs
and Enrolled Rills Committees, and
perhaps he may have an additional
position.
Congressional News.
Washington, March 10th.—Sena
tor Booth says he will not go into
caucus with either party. He will,
like ex-President Johnson, act inde
pendently of partizan determination.
The delegates from Arizona and
New Mexico are urging the increase
of mail service from Sauta Fe to Pres
cott, and the establishment of service
from San Bernardino to Prescott, via
Mojave.
Grant Rewarding Ex-Congressmen.
Washington, March Bth. — The
President nominated Godlove S. Orth
as Minister to Austria, Horace May
nard as Minister to Turkey, ex-mem
ber of Congress T. C. Sheebs of Ala
bama as Sixth Auditor of the Treasury,
vice J. J. Martin, appointed Postmas
ter of Montgomery.
Nominated by the President.
Washington, March 9th.— The
President has nominated Daniel H.
Pardee United States District Judge
of Louisiana, William L. Burt a Post
master at Boston, aud Albert G.
Sower, of Michigan, Paymaster in the
army.
Ohio State Orange.
Columbus, Ohio, March 9th.— The
Ohio State Grange met here to-day,
between 100 and 200 delegates being in
attendance. The morning was de
voted entirley to organization.
No Election of Governor in New Hamp
shire.
Concord, N. H., March 10th.—The
election has resulted iv no choice of
Governor by the people. The Legisla
ture will undoubtedly elect Cheney,
Republican. The vote is the largest
ever polled in the State.
Foreign Items.
Paris, March 10th.—It is officially
announced that a new Cabinet has
been formed. MacMahon is accused
of yielding to Bonapartist intrigues.
Berlin, March 10th.—There is no
truth in the report of the concentra
tion of troops by France and Germany
on the border.
San Francisco News.
San Francisco, March 11th.—Last
evening about 7:30 o'clock a married
woman named Minnie Boyce died at
436 Mission street, from the effects of
morphine taken with intent to com
mit suicide. Her reasons for the act are
unknown.
Saturday last Thomas Holdman was
drowned near Half-moon Bay. He
was in a boat with three others, at
tempting t» get a line to the stranded
steamer Ramon, when the boat was
upset by a breaker. The other men
gained the shore. Holdman was a
resident of this city.
Yesterday afternoon, shortly before
the steamer Amador sailed for Sacra
mento, Marion A. Wilson, poll-tax
collector, went to her lauding and
stopped a wagon load of Chinamen,
about going on board, to collect their
poll-tax. The mate of the Amador,
Michael Casey, referred to Wilson as
one of those thieving poll-tax forgers.
High words followed and Casey struck
Wilson, when the latter shot Casey
in the neck, inflicting a serious
wound. Wilson was taken to the
City Prison and Casey to the French
Hospital.
Yesterday morning L. Hornier, con
nected with the California Theatre
orchestra, while hunting in a ravine
near the Eleven-Mile House, found a
large box in the brush containing the
body of a man in an advanced fstago, of
decomposition. He reported the mat
ter on his return.
From Arizona.
Prescott, March 10.—Seventy-five
feet of the Benton ledge, in Bradshaw
District, have changed hands at good
figures. The mine is an extension of
the Tiger lode.
Florence, March 10th.—Old Bender
is still here, ft wait ing a requisition
from Gov. Osborne. He seems re
signed to his fate.
Killing at Santa Barbara.
Santa Barbara, March lOth.— C.
Belmont, a Frenfen shoemaker, this
evening shot and killed Frank Gard
ner, a bootblack. The trouble arose
from domestic difficulties. Gardner
was a man about t><> years old; Belmont
about 35. The latter is in jail, and
there is great excitement over the af
fair.
Vasquez Doomed.
San Francisco, March 11th.—The
Supreme Court yesterday, through
Justice Rhodes aftirmed judgment and
order in the case of Vasquez, and mo
tion for new trial was denied.
1 ♦ —-
A harmless, half-witted creature was
accosted hy a saucy fellow who
thought to make game of him. " I
say, Jack, lad dost want a place?
Master wants a fool." "Ay, indeed,"
replied Jack; "wants a fool, does he ?
Are you going to leave, or does he
want a couple?"
The miners in Newhuryport are in
doubt as to a quotation from Shake
speare; whether he said: "Shall 1 not
take mine ease in miue-iug?" or
whether it was, " Shall I not take to
mine knees in miue-ing ?" When the
discussion is ore and all the variations
are presented, the miners will proba
bly take their picks. It will be a
knees-y job for them.
Five hundred Chinamen, recently
employed on the Southern Pacific
Railroad, in Tehachepa Cation, are on
a strike. They want a raise from $20
to $30 a month.
*|oyS*pj r+—-—t
Unusual attention is being directed
toward the Sierra Nevada forests by
pre-emptors and speculators.
NEW TO-DAY.
If You Want
Anything in the line of cigars, tobaccos,
pipes, etc., or if you want gentlemen's
furnishing goods, call at the Identicals. To
tbe lovers of the weed, the goods of these es
tablishments present themselves with pecul
iar favor. A large lot of the famous Bouquet
cigars (three for fifty cents) have just been re
ceived. The best imported cigar for two bits
in Uie City can be found there. At the estab
lishment, No. 38 Mnin street, is kept, in addi
tion to a full line of cigars and tobaccos, fur
nishing goods, English walking sticks, canes,
dog collars, leads chains, etc.—all the nick
nacks of a sporting gentleman. Call at the
Identicals, Nos. 38 and 107 Main street.
GOLDSMITH & DAVIS,
mrS Proprietors.
Private Health Establishemnt.
Dr. HOBBS,
I7IOR FIFTEEN YEAUS PROPRIETOR
" and chief pysiclan of a health establish
ment, has been induced by the urgent solici
tation of numerous invalids and others to
open a health establishment at Los Angeles,
where all diseases will be treated under his
own immediate superintendanee. The situa
tion is pleasant and airy and will be found to
{'inn (uu, iii. mtvitiitavca oi mansion oe
Sante, the comforts of home, and, with other
remedial appliances, a powerful sun-bath,
possessing a magnetic influence on the sys
tem.
Los Angeles, with its health restoring ell
mate and sunny skies, may be truthfully
wonderful natural sanitarium and
hundreds of Joyful convaslescents can testify
to this fact, whilst those who are hopelessly
diseased by consumption, etc., and coming
here too late for a permanent cure, yet have
been greatly benefited by a sojourn in this
climate.
Terms for board aud treatment in this es
tablishment according: to tbe amount of ac
commodation required and previous arrange
ment.
ALAMEDA STREET, a few doors from the
S. P. R. R. Depot. mrl2
FOR SALE.
LAND AT AUCTION!
ON
Saturday, March 13th, 1875.
We will sell at our office,
TWO ACRKS,
House of Three Rooms and
Well,
Sit iiiii ••il on .Tell'erson street.
ALSO, .
2 1-24 th Acres-
Oue mile from the Court House, on the East
side of the river, near Lazarovich and Work
man's places. Said land being in the City,
and a
Fine Site for a Homestead.
Will be sold without Reserve.
JONES & BLAND.
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NEW DEPARTURE!
DRY GOODS!
NORTON BROS.,
Cor. Arcadia and Los Autfeles St*.,
(Arcadia Block.)
WE would respectfully Inform the public
that the two stores owned by
S, NORTON and N. NORTON,
have been consolidated, and the business will
be continued at the corner of
Los Angeles and Arcadia streets.
We now have on band, and are constantly
receiving the largest and finest assortment of
I>l*V GOODS f
CLOTrHING,
BOOTS, SHOES,
Cents' Furnishing Goods,
mtc„ ictc
Ever brought to this city, which we propose
to sell even
Cheaper than ever before.
Call and examine our Stock.
S. NORTON.
N,NORTON.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY !!
MARCH 17th.
The Coming Celebration of
the Anniversary of Ire
land's Patron Saint!
The Grandest Ever Given in
Los Angeles.
THE PROCESSION WILL FORM AT 13
o'clock, on Arcadju sir ot, right resting
on Main street, and will move at 12:.!0 p. m.,
precisely.
LIjNK OF MARCH.
Up Main streei lotlie Plaza, countermarch
on Main street, down Main to Sixth street,
along Sixth to Spring street, up Spring to
Turn-Verein Hall, where an oration will bo
delivered by Stephen M. White, Esq., after
which v few patriotic songs will be sung by
the ladies of Los Angeles.
Marshal of the Day HEN 11Y KING.
A Cjrl'ailtl lla.ll
Will be given In the evening in TCItN-
V ERE IN HALL, the proceeds of which will
be donated to the wives and children of Irish
patriots who ure Incarcerate* in English
dungeons. In support of this noble work, the
Committee most earnestly appeal to al! sym
pathizers for the cause of freedom for their
support.
COMMITTKKOF AKU VMM MKNTS ON li Vt.L.
Tiirts. Diamond, Daniel Desmond,
Mattukw Dui.i.ahan, Chas, Haijan,
A. J. Hamilton, JAKES Gorman,
I). W. Fitspatbioki i. H. Han Nop,
Thos. Mead, . M it'll act. Hopkins.
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WILCOX
STEAM WATER LIFTER
Everybody call and see itoper
erate. Ikadvantage.-, over other steam
pumping machinery may be summed upas
follows: It uses the Same steam twice; it
costs less than any other steam pumping ma
chine; it wil[ raise more water with the same
quantity of steam than any other steam
pump; its boiler costs less and will make
more steam with the same quantity of fuel
than other boilers, aud its boiler feeder is the
cheapest and most simple of all others; any
person, even farmers' wives and lads, do run
them. ALLEN WILCOX & CO.
mrll
The Los Angeles Petroleum Refin
ing Company.
Principal Place of Business, Los
Angeles City. Los Angeles Coun
ty, State of California.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT AT
a meeting of the Directors held on Mon
day, March Ist, 1875, an assessment of five (81
dollars per share was levied upon the unpaid
capital stock of the corporation, the said as
sessment being levied to meet liabilities and
satlsfv claims of creditors. Said assessment
is payable on or before April sth,
to J.O.n IX lllfrhncll. rtttrciiwy, »vfc W4a
oflice, No. 41 Temple Rlock, in said city of Los
Angeles.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the said sth day of
April, 1875, will be delinquent and advert isod
for sale ut public auction, and unless pay
ment Is made before, will be sold on the 20th
day of April, 1875, to pay the delinquent as
sessment, together with costs of advertising
and expense of sale.
JOHN D. BICKNELL.
mars-lm Secretary of said Co.
P I A TV O N
From various Standard Makers
FOR SALE ON INSTALMENTS
OF FROM
Thirty to Fifty Dollars per Month.
Pianos, Organs and other musical Instru
ments repaired.
J. D. PATRICK, Piano Agent,
mrfllf No. 60 Spring St., Los Angeles.
HV KEITH. J. IXEVfcHI'K.
KEITH & DONAHUE'S
DEXTER TRAINING STABLES,
Main street, two doors below First.
THE BEST OF CARE AND BOARD WILL
be given to all patrons Mr. Donahue
will train aud gaft young horses and colts at
liberal rates. He lias made this business a
specialty for many years. Owners of colts
and young horses will do well to give him a
call.
Good, reliable saddle and buggy horses let
on the most reasonable terms. For further
particulars, inquire at the stables. mil tf
E. E. Fisher. L. W. Thatcher.
FISHER & THATCHER,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
JEWELRY,
WATCHMAKERS
AND
OPTICIANS.
Havo in stock the very finest
Jewelry, Diamondi,
Clock*, Hilver-waro,
Rogers & Bros. Celebrated Silver-
Plated Ware,
Aruudell Tinted and Black's Patent
Inlere lm ii cubic Kpectacles nnd
Eye Clauses—(The best in the
market).
I IS 111.It ,V HE At < 11 I K.
Keepers of the standard (observatory) time
for the city, and S. P. R. It.
febl2tf 67 Main St.. I.oa Angeles.
Dissolved Partnership.
THE Partnership heretofore existing be
tween H. Tobin and W. S. Goodwin is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, W. S.
Goodwin retiring. H. Tobin continues in
business and collects all dues und pays all li
abilities of said firm. mrWOt
_ DRY COOOS.
rie Bazaar, corner of Main and Requenu
street*,
1 las decided to close out their
pntlre Fall and Winter stock of goods
cost, lor thirty days i nly.
her opportunity to buy Goods at
y nro will not be found In this elly.
the prices at the Baaaar,
you will not fall lo buy.
Remember the store, opposite the IT. 8.
Hotel. feULD-lm
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
LOS ANGELES CITY
Homestead Association!
HOMESTEADS
IN THE
City of Los Angeles!
106 feet front by 176 feet deep,
One Square from the line of the . ,
Main street Horse Railroad.
saocTooi!!
Payable in Monthly Instalments
TWENTY DOLLARS EACH!
First Instalment Due Jan. Ist, 1875.
Ixits lo bo Distributed among Shareholders
on or about
MAY IST,
Tlie land of the above Association is situat
ed on Washington stieet, near Figucroa,
One and a half miles from the
Court House.
The finest residences in the city are In its
vicinity, and the pipes of the Los Angeles
City Water Company are soon to be extended
to it.
TITLE PERFECT.
HOARD OF" DIKECTOKB:
O. W. CHILDS President.
HON. J. G. DOWNEY Treasurer
EUGENE MEYER. DR. E. A. PREUSS.
H. McLELLAN Secretary.
For further information, apply to either ol
the officers of tlie Association.
subscription list at the office of the Secre
tary. delMtf
HOMES FOR ALL!!
— THK —
Real Estate Associates
Of I.oh An^olca,
HAVE r —
100 J_* O T S»,
60 Feet Front, 117 and 127 Feet Deep,
16 Feet Alley in rear ot Lots.
Located on line of
Orange, Seventh and Eighth Streets,
Ten minutes' walk from
HORSE CARS
Spring and Sixth St. Railroad.
SIOOEACH.
$10 First Instalment, antl 95 per mouth
without Interest.
Members of the Association will have the
right to select and purchase lots until March
Ist, 1875. After Match Ist, any person can
purchase the lots. ,
$100 Each. $5 a Month,
Maps can bo seen, and further information
obtained, at the temporary office of t he Secre
tary, in U. S. Land Office, Temple Block.
By order of the Trustees.
JOHN R. BRTERLY,
Secretary.
The Secretary's oflice will be located lv part
of the front of the room of the new Postoffice,
opposite the Court House, about March Ist,
1875. leb2ltf
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES!!!
JUST ARRIVED AND IN FINE CONDl
tion, choice varieties of
Pears,
Apples,
Peaches,
Prunes,
Apricots,
Plums
Etc., Ktc. Ktc.
Choicest Varieties of
FOREIGN GRAPES.
Fine lot of
Monterey Cyprus and Pines.
From one to three years old
ALSO,
JTloweriiijor Shrub**.
Parties having ordered by me had better
call at once. Apply at the
Alden Fruit Drying Works.
CEO. B. DAVIS,
JgP Proprietor.
Occidental Laundry.
This Institution is re-open*d under the su
pervision of
Experienced Lnunebrymeh,
Hoping to receive a portion of the patronage
of this community, NoeiTortwill be left un
done to give general satisfaction. Prompt
delivery may be always relied upon.
TERMS REASONABLE.
B. A, BURNS, Proprietor,
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WOOD YARD.
PEOPLE WISHING TO ORDER WOOD
from G. W. Whltehorn'S np-toWn wood
yard, will find a drop letter box lv the trout
part of the now Postoffice. Tlie box will be
lettered thus: "Orders left for uptown wood
yard." G. W. WHITEHORN.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
Don't go to a Grocery Store to buy Li
quors, or to a Liquor Store to buy
Bacon.
LIPS, CRAIGUE & CO.,
Importers ami dealers In
IVoreign and IDomestic
WINES, LIQUORS
AND
CIGAES,
No. 2 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St.,
LON ANGFXES, CAL.
LIPS, CRAICUE & CO.,
Take pleasure in announcing that they have
established in the City of Los Angeles, the
most extensive and complete
LIQUOR, WINE,
AND
CIGAR HOUSE
In California, outside of Han Francisco, aud
are prepared to otfer to Uetatl dealers, bar
gains which cannot be equalled.
Champagnes,
Brandies,
Whiskeys,
Cigars,
And all kinds of
CASE GOODS
appertaining to the business, of tlie best de
scription and most favorite brands, will be re
celved by each steamer.
REMEMBER THAT
LIPS, CRAICUE & CO.,
Can and will give you better bargains than
you can obtain in San B'ranclseo. Come and
examine our stock, ascertain tlie prices and
become satisfied. leblB-6m
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO PRO
prietors of saloons and bars, that they
are required to give satisfactory bonds to His
Honor tlie Mayor in the sum of $2,000, before
the Marshal can deliver them their license
for the month of March.
Noiioe is also given to proprietors of backs,
drays, trucks, carts, express and job wagons
to pay their license in future at the Marshal's
office. J. J.CARRILLO,
lw Marshal of Los Angeles city.
NOTICE.
ANY PARTY HAVING A HORSE AND
spring wagon in good order for sale, can
hear of ft purchaser at. a reasonable price by
applying to A. M. BHARROCKB,
at tbe Fashion Stable.
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HHfIXINH flil
Great Closing-Out Sale
OF THE —
DOLLAR STORE
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
• BY
DUNSMOOR BROS.,
We will for the next
30 DAYS,
GIVE
Special Inducements
Previous to opening our pew store on Spring
,e-f »" street.
Wo are bound to sell the stock and are con
stantly
REDUCING THE PRICE
To that end.
—v ■ • • . • ,
COME TO-DAY!
And tlie next thirty days, and get
MORE GOODS
— FOB —
ONE DOLLAR
Than ever before, at
NO. 102 MAIN STREET,
, M Opposite the Court House.
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Probate Notice.
JN Ihematteroftheeststeor Henry Schmidt
deceased.—Not lee Is hereby given by the
undersigned executor of tho last will and tes
tament of said Henry Schmidt, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons having claims
attains! said deceased to exhibit thesame with
the necessary vouchers, within four months
from the first publication of tills notice, to the
undersigned at the office of George C. Glbbs,
Attorney, No. 1% Spring street, Los Angeles
Olty. j. E. McCOMAS.
Los Angeles, Cal. Feb. 10,1375. lm

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