Opem glasses to he found at I. Hell
man's of all kinds; marine, theatre,
campaign and field glasses; spy
glasses, microscopes, thermometers,
baromtteis, spectacles, eye-glasses,
Card to the Ladies of Los Angeles.
I). Miller begs leave to itifoftm the
ladies of Los Angeles that he will be
at the Backman House for a short
time with samples of dry goods, com
prising black and colored silks, grena
dines, fancy dress goods in all the new
styles, white goods in endless variety,
shawls in plaids, new stripes, frfoohe)
Shetland woel lace, and in fact every
thing that t* new and elegant in that
line, from the well known dry goods
establishment of 8. Mosgrove & Co.,
1H and lib' Kearny street, San Frau
clsco. An endless variety of ladies'
silk scarf of the newest style on hand.
COTTAGE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
On First St., Near Corner of Soring,
It you want Uie best pictures at Eastern
prices, vi.it the Cottage Art Uuliery.
We make all kinds of pictures,
From n Rem brunt to a Qemj
Cartes. Boiitonsor Medsllloue—
We make "dead loads" of them.
Then you should all remember
That tlie Cottage is tlie place
To get v KiRST-CfcASs picture
To represent your phace.
You can gel a heap of pictures
For v small amount of peir;
We're working cheap these times—
•' You know how 'tis yourself."
So If you come to see us.
And on having pictures bent,
We'll wsrmnt satisfaction
Or we'll never charge a cent.
You've no dark alleys to go through—
The street-curs pas*: oi>r uoui,
No Weftry, winding stairs to climb —
Wei c ill on Ihe drst floor.
In lighting, posing, flushing,
We understand <>ur his.
Moeverybody come and get
A copy of your pais. mrl9tf
For sale at S. Hellman's: Dividers, Detailed
Paper, Df*Wins Paper, Crayons, Crayon Hold
er", Huswell's Engineer Book, India Ink.
Aged persona and ladies with chil
dien will avoid climbing stairs to
Judkins' Gallery hy entrance on High
streei,opposite Congregational church.
aWTue prim,ipi<l <ngann of sense arc con
centrated 10 ihe face, it is therefore worthj
of beiug crowned hy all Uentlenien, with one
ofthe superior hats which can be hud at Des
mond's, Main Street. mart.
Kor Ijidies and Familbs, the St. Charles
Restaurant is the nicest place in the city.
Good pictures made at all times of
the day at Judkins'. ♦mriSdaw tf
Insurance Agency—Commercial of Callfor
iforcia, hire anil Marine, a.-seis SAuO.OIIO; Cali
fornia Insurance Co.. assets *60o,t<Xi; Fire As
soetatinu of Philadelphia, incorporated 18211,
assets £tt,nU),oU>. These companies tmnsact
their business at the lowest puying tales,
charging fot each risk according to ihe hasanl
a»Mim*>.l. without refereaee to unv lnsur.ua
combination or arbtrury trifts. All losses
promptly adjusted and paid.
R. McLELLAN. Agent.
Office oi <;., n. m V. s. s Co.,
fe2o 61 Main street, Los Angete..
Go to the old Sunbeam Gallery for
the best and cheapest pictures.
NKW (loons! New Goods! Marxaen Bros..
the new vailefy iu»re,corner of Mum and
Third •tveata, keeps constantly on bund a
large vane > uf l>ry goods, Chithlng, Ueilis'
uneerweiir. Boots and Shoes, OlW'nes, etc.
A lar. • supply of new goods ju<t received,
and snhl at reasonable raies. .All anvds are
of tlie best quality: no auction goods sold by
us. We respec;i'uily solicit ilie public to ex
amine our good* and judge lor themselves.
<ioo<ls delivered to any pur; ofthe city free of
Gems, 75 cents per dozen; just the
things for schoolchildren; at Judkins'.
silver and gold plating; electn>typlng;ivory
and metal turning; glass and metal drilling.
Locks. k".» s, seals and key-cheeks-.stencil and
door-plates made to order: knives and sargi
cul ln»li uuient> _round and saws tiled und set :
parasols and canes mended; musical instru
ments repaired; meerschaum pipes cleaned
anil mounted; model making ami repairs on
all fancy work and machinery, from a pin to
a locomotive. All kinds of sewing machines
bought, sold and r paired. Come mid see the
new sewing machine engine. Mewing Ma
chin- Exchang-,** spring st. deSOtf
Fine photos at .ludkiiis'.
Moore's FttsUiuruut, on Commercial street,
is the proper pi cc to go fora good meal, with
a good cup „: coilee or lea Ut drink with It.—
There is probably uo resiauran! OB (lie Pacific
coast where so many of the substantial* and
so many ofthe luxuries may be had lor 'la c s.
Don't- lorgel tlie place—Moore's Restaurant,
Commercial street. Private eating rooms have
been uenily tried up for letSbuuinmodation
of lailh s. l»-tl
Ferrotypes $1 50 per dozen at Jud
Wm. Farrell, at No. 19 Court street,
attends to all business in the way of
plumbing and gas and steam pipe fit
ting. He guarantees satisfaction in
all cases and charges reasonable prices.
He also retinishes old gas fixtures,
makiug them as good as new. Also,
agent for the " Empire gas-burner"
and •'iSeouonilc gas-governor"—both
Valuable acquisitions to fixtures of a
house and great savings over the old
si vie apparatus. Remember the place,
.No. 19 Court streei. uirlo:tf
You will find Judkins at the old
.Sunbeam Gallery. *mrlB d&w tf
S. L. DEWEY,
173 MAIN STREET,
Brick ituilili no. near Second Hi.
J£EKFS ALL KINDS OF
Buggies, Open, top. singe aud double horse,
Phaetons, with or without top.
Wagons and Harness Bought and Sold
Nlssht »n.i Dress Blankets,
Linen Lap Robes,
English Plush Do.
\'il.NT FOR THE
KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO.,
ot Man Francisco.
Makers of every variety and style of read
vehicles of tin- latest pailerns and the best
material and finish.
\iso,extra flue double aud single harness
iieal. to order. A sample of their light buggy
h irness may be seen ln store. Also
EAGLE HAY PRESS,
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
TUBULAR IRON HARROWS.
The California Leveler & Scraper
I iocs the work uf twenty men. Come und nee.
J3 OA. X T>
VA/ITH ROOMS AND DAY BOARD
VV at J. G Wright's, neceud house In
Brooks' new row, on Main street, between
•second and Third. ap3 lm
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
THURSDAY APRIL 15, 187.).
A restraining order was grunied by the
District Court on Monday, in the matter of
shut ting oil'the conueei ion qi l bei omnieivail
street sewer with zanja No. 8. The argument
on the quest ion of grunting v perpetual in
junction will bo heard in v Few days
This is a matter of the utmost im
portance to a large portion of flic pop
ulation iv the lower or Southern por
tion of Litis city, and now is the time
to settle this question definitely and
finally. That the sewage matter from
the city must be carried off by a main
sewer, made for that purpose, is a ne
cessity acknowledged by all. Then
why delay it ? The health ot the city
demands it, and the good souse of the
authorities should not allow it to he
delayed one day. We know it is a
difficult and expensive work, hut It
will cost no more now than it will a
year hence. Our credit is good, and
ten year bonds can be readily sold at
full prices to meet the expense. Many
of our citizens below town are com
pelled to use zanja water for domestic
It is astonishing how rents keep up.
Notwithstanding the unprecedented
mimber of buildings that have been
put up in this city during the lust six
months, rents are still rising. It
speaks well for the prospects of the
city, but it is awful on poor tenants.
We rejoice at the prosperity of our
property holders and hope they may
always realize a fair percentage on
their investment, but they must re
member that there is such a thing as
over-shooting the mark. It is the
working, Industrious class of people
that make tlie prosperity of a ci y,
and so loug as the expense of living
falls below the iucome, they will con
tinue to pour into the city. But when
the expense of living consumes all
they can earn, leaving nothing to lay
up for a rainy day, immigration stops.
The property owners are always more
directly interested in the growth of a
city than any other class; therefore,
they should be careful to so adjust
their rents as to encourage immigra
tion. Many cities have received a
terrible backset by acting upon the
plan of the old adage, " killing the
goose that laid the golden egg." There
is no betler investment in California
thau that of putting up buildings in
Los Angeles. There has never been v
time w hen a fair rent could not be ob
tained for comfortable buildings, and
now it is simply "ask and receive."
King of the Lobby.
Sam Ward —the immortal uncle
sam! Though full of the extreme in
fluences of Europeau civilization, he
is a thoroughly American product.
His life is a perfect epic iv its way.
Once a wealthy banker, he is a j>enni
less politician now. The widower of
two wives, he is to all intents and
purposes au old bachelor; he looks like
one and lives like one. It is said there
is a poetical sensuality about his name
that makes a Senator, or Congress
man's mouth water. They associate
it with ortoldus, trutfeed capons,
cauvas-backs aud pampanos, of Bur
gundy and old Bordeaux, with a gold
en bowl full of Cognac. Though pen
niless he occupies a position ami exer
cises a certain influence in the affairs
of the nation. He has occupied posi
tions of trust and honor in different
countries but is the same veritable
Sam Ward in every place — good
hearted, jolly, quick of perception,
with a wonderful memory, and has a
knack of making himself agreeable to
everybody, treating everybody alike
ami caring for uobody in particular.
Many statements have been made as
to his career in Washington, but all
more or less incorrect. His own ac
count, us given to a New York re
porter is to the effect that be came to
Washington in 18G5 iv behalf of the
New York bankers, to aid iv procur
ing the passage of Mr. Hugh McCul
locqh'h contraction bill. He brought
$1,000 in his pocket with permission
to draw for as much more as tbe ne
cessity of the case required. He did
draw for $12,000 more and the bill was
passed to tbe satisfaction of the hank
ers. This was a new occupation to
Sam, and his stock In trade consisted
of a pliable conscience, a pleasant
temperament, a good knowledge of
humau nature and a fine gastronnmi
The fi-st dinner I ever gave here was to a
party of twelve—nine Republicans, two Dem
ocrats aud myself, Ou that day (Jen. Uiirneld
bad a quarrel with Jim Brooks,aud Fernando
Wood another- quarrel with Gen. Schenck. 1
1 turned of tliesnquanels on tlie afternoon ot
the dinner day and immediately burred to
Welcker's and changed all the seats, f the
party, so that Garfield should sit oy the side
of Brooks and Wood by the side of Schenck.
I o.dered Welcker to serve his verM'r&CNt hock
with the oysters, a noble old sherry with the
soup, and an exquisite Chateau Yqucm with
lie tish. I knew that would be v fair start.
Tbe glasses were always kepi full, and In less
than a quarter of un hour after the dinner hud
begun Garfield hud concluded peace with
Brooks and Wood with Schenck. Whm an
other bottle of choice old Johanuisbergor hnd
beeu drunk :iiey not only shook hands witii
euch other, but were reudy to drink Briliier
tclutft. It is my usual p .licy not only to be
friends Willi everybody but to reconcile those
who show any Inclination to quarrel among
themselves; and there is no better means of
doing so than by giving tbcm a flue meal and
lv a lew days I had another party of twelve,
und then another. The subject 1 wus Inter
ested in was thoroughly discussed at these
dinners, and the bill passed by a majority of
seven votes. It was not a great victory, but it
was a great success for me, lor It was the first
experiment. Subsequently I came every year
Ut Washington, und had always two or three
affairs of that sort on huud. Oue of theiu,
among others, was the lottery tux, where I
acted on behalf oi John Morrlsey, who pre
sented the rather exceptional sight of a man
exerting his best efforts to be taxed, knowing,
lof course, that none of his competitors could
afford to pay the tax and that by its hem
imp., sed he would renndii almost alone ln tbe
Though my policy of handllngmy guests by
means oi jovii.lty und good fellowship re
mains substantially the same, the dinners
them.seive, naturally change according to
circumstances. A Senatorial dinner must be
inor« Stately than a dinner of M. C's. The
first are always more mherehe, and I believe
I look myself more dignified upon such occa
sions. With the members of the House,on
the other hand, a free and easy way Is admis
sible, and tlie dinner contains, as a rule, one
great dish spcoiullv prepared for the occasion,
the rest of tho hi Hot fare being ol the usual
character. For instance. I will sometimes
serve them a hum. I soak it,for four days in
water, changing It lour times a day, then boll
it Aye Imum In cider with a wisp of new hays
then I baste II with brsndy, sherry, or claret,
according to the weather, and when they have
tasted s slice of that ham, why, they will perm
any damned thing I want in Congress! Q
course things like that os( mc a good deal of
trouble, tor 1 must not only compose Ihe bill
of fare, bat must see thai the things vi c prop
erly cooked and the table properly served,
lilt yiu tv-ut Itt flu. vm I let tiiaf/tn.*.
"A sood deal ol my success in Wu-hinglon
Is due to mv policy outside of. Wclcker'a. I
have unlimited freedom <>l aeoo.-K ojeiy
wherc, because I give no tiouble to an] body.
A man overwln lined with business wttl nev
er have reason lo cempliiiii ol my hnvlnt in
terfered with it. I drop in. chair about differ
ent miilteis make him lively, If] possibly
can, (ell him a story ' iid go away, ' 'alp
busUMui only Shaft 1 see that a man i-- al lib
erty to Ha*en to me."
These dinners aud Sam's inimitable
wit has cost tlie Cnited States many
SAN FRANCISCO LETTER.
A SMooil Mup nnd a Valiant Crew—A
Plchsiii.i Trip Going Dast-A < run
in, Villngt— Tne Political Pot.
Never since that juvenile period
when, through v misunderstanding of
the order, or from sheer cussedness,the
man at the wheel puther hard a-port
when he should have held her steady,
and foundered my slab craft in the
mid-ocean of a seething duck-pond,
have I had a desire to go down to the
sea in a ship, or even a steamer. I
don't like ships after they leave the
ways, and 1 dislike the sea, except
when I can see it from the beach.
But when dire necessity forces me on
the briny deep—when I have no alter
native but sea-sickness or to go afoot
—may 1 alsvays be so fortunate as to
strike the Orizaba. She is a popular
steamer Willi Los Angeles people,and
in fact .with all who travel ou. the
Southern coast, and she deserves her
popularity. Her commander, (.'apt.
Johnson, has made 274 trips on her,
and in such good condition are both
vessel and muster that there is no b ll
ing which wiii wear out first. Capt.
Johnson makes himself the friend of
all who travel with him. Treating
all witii uniform politeness and kind
ness, he is universally popular with
all. Like master, like man; his sub
ordinates are careful, courteous and
accommodating. There tireuogium
bling entanglements under the man
agement of tiie affable and painstak
ing purser, Mr. Buckmaster. The
steward, Mr. Holland, regards all on
board as under his especial care for
the time being, and he is ever ready
to supply the kindest - hearted and
most attentive of stewardesses, Mrs.
Dwyer, with delicacies for those who
lose tht it appetite the moment they
leave the land. When Idogo to sea,
which i do not intend shall happen
often, I do not want a-twiLu-ahip thau
the Oiizubn, a better officer than Cap
tain Jnhnsoiij a better purser than Mr.
Buckmu-tei', a better steward than
Mr. Holland, nor a kinder and better
stewardess* than Mrs. Dwyer.
FOOD AND ATTENTION.
In Los Angeles I heard some com
plaints about the food furnished on
some of Goodall, Nelson «fc Perkius'
steamers, and one lady assured me
that the waiters were wasting in at
tention to passengers. What may
have happened ou other steamers, I
do not know, but neither oue nor the
other of these complaints will hold
good against the Orizaba. Her table
is loaded with the substantial and
luxuries of the season and more at
tentive and obliging waiters I have
never seen. I can recommend the
Orizaba, her officers and her table to
the traveling public.
A PLEASANT TRIP.
We left the anchorage at Wilming
ton about 6 o'clock on Thursday night
and tied up at the foot oi Market
street at 3 o'clock on Saturday after
noon—making a quick and pleasant
trip, which is more than the passen
gers who left on the Sunday previous
are abie to say. as they found it rougli
and (here was a good deal of looking
over the side.
General Crook and your townsman,
I. W. Hellman and family, are stop
ping at our house—the Lick—and to
morrow evening a grand reception
and bail will be given in honor of
Gen. Crook and the rest of us—that
"rest of us" sounds rather loud, and I
may as well admit that but for Gen.
Crook the thing woultl not come off.
On Wednesday morniug Crook, Hell
man, Mott, Forster and many others
known and unknown in i.os Angeles,
leave for New York.
San Francisco has made tremendous
strides in the way of huge buildiugs
and money-getting within the past
year. I shall not attempt to enume
rate the many large edifices that have
grown up since I left the city, one year
ago. There are hundreds of them! I
have met a number of fellows whom
I used to see at free-lunch tables, who
now do not see either me or the free
lunch spread. They went up on the
big bonanza. But, per contra, I now
see several fellows about the free
lunch that I never saw there before.
The big bonanza flattened them out.
THE POLITICAL CAT
Is jumping around quite brisk, but
beyond meeting 75 or 80 candidates
for Governor, I have not learned much
of pussy's movement. Shall know
more when I have learned more.
Sau Francisco, April 12th.
Los Angeles, April 13tb.
Editor Herald: Your article on
Government secrets Is about the best
pen-stroke we have seen that has yet
been given towards the opening of the
people's eyes to the disgusting arti
tiflees practiced in the political camp,
bearing the name of Government se
crets, and the impress of him of
wooden-horse fame, yclept Ulysses,
who, perhaps, of all secret frauds, Is
the greatest that ever was perpetrated
on a hero-loving public. We ones
lived In New Orleans, aud we now in
voluntarily bid our better half to
guard again the only silver spoon (a
revolutionary relic) that is left us, at
the very thought, much less the ox
listeneeof Government secrets. But
the song of " When this cruel war is
over" is now heard and Pinchbeck,
under the operation of the Force bill,
is emptying himself in the chorus of
all his secrets, and while the chant is
going OQ, do you, Colonel, just keep
time on the anvil with now and then
:t well-directed blow at Government
secrets, aud the tune wjll soon change
; "> thctipiig of the dying brant,
Boston Herald on Gov. Booth.
Boston, April 9th.—The Herald,
after, reviewing Governor Booth's
creditable career, says: It is evident
now that no third party will be formed
for oppprai ions in IS7tt. except, in the
event of President Giant's renomina
tion. Should that occur a lender would
be wanted and Booth would stand a
fair chance to be the man. He has
not yet exhibited his powers to the
Senate where he took his scat last
month, aud it is evident he must
gain his position (here by real work
rather than by striking address or per
sonal magnetism. His intellect may
lack something of warmth but, it is
logical and tenacious. It is certain
the railroad interests of the Pacific
Coast found him a vigilant, active and
undaunted opponent, and he gained
confidence, if lie didn't excite the en
thusiasm of his associates and fol
The CUizen says of the Connecti
cut election, that the patent lesson of
the result is that the Republican party
ennnot successfully undertake to ap
prove and defend the errors of its na
tional administration, and the name
of the President is not a potent rally
ing cry Fast or West; and if there ever
was it design on the part of anybody
to make him a Republican candidate
for a third term, the Connecticut elec
tion is a significant warning that it
will not do to Uy it.
Union Pacific Divident
Chicago, April 9th.—A Washing
ton special says the Union Pacific
Railroad Company is likely to soon
have another serious subject to con
sider, as there is little doubt but that
the Attorney-General is examining
the law to ascertain whether the gov
ernment can enjoin payment of the
dividend by the company to stock
holders, as has been announced they
will soon do. It is maintained that
that the first duty of the Union Paci
fic Company, after payment of the in
terest on its first mortgage, is te look
after the second mortgage. The Soli
citor of the Treasury is understood to
have so advised.
New York, April 9tb.—The strike
of tbe Long-shoremen became gener
al to day. The stevedore say that not
one of the strikers will be re-employ
ed. All idea of the parade here in
honor of the late John Mitchell has
been abandoned. There, will simply
be a funeral oration by Thomas Clark
Luoy, and testimonials for Mitchell's
After Boss Tweed
New York, April 9th.—Notice of
action has been given in the new six
million suit against William M.
1 Weed. Tht- Hot of property attached
embraces everything known to be in
possession of Tweed at the time of the
exposure and which he has since pass
ed into the hands of other parties.
New Brunswick, April 9th. —
Mitchael Sullivan was hanged this
morning for the murder of Daniel
Talmage at Met nebcin.
Pottsville, Pa., April 9th.—Reli
able advices from Shamokin state that
all the miners in that region, except a
few at one mine, are on a strike.
New York, April Bth.—Gold closed
at 15; Governments active and strong;
Money 4fes; Stocks dull; Western
Union, 76J; Quicksilver, 22; Pacific
Mail, 48}; Wells, Fargo & co, 87; New
York Central, 102; Erie, 29j; Uuiop
Pacific, 725; Bonds, 93}; Central Bonds,
98}; Panama, 129.
Charleston, April 13th.—By the
capsizing of a pleasure yacht in this
harbor to-day, four of the eight per
sons aboard were drowned.
Washington, April 13th.—Presi
dent Grant goes to New York Thurs
day morning. He will be joined there
by all his Cabinet except Attorney-
General Williams, when they will
proceed to Boston.
New York, April 13th.—A driving
snow storm prevailed here all day. It
continued iliis evening. The dis
patches to tn f!ie interior of the State
and the EaVf, iii portions of Pennsyl
vania say tlmi snow has fallen to a
depth of from ii , c to nine inches. The
storm extended to Baltimore and
Boston, April 13th.—A heavy storm
fell here and throughout New Eng
Hamilton, Nev., April 13th—The
Watson Mill at Mineral Hill, was to
tally destroyed by fire Monday morn
ing. There are no further particulars.
The President of the Democratic
Clubs met in Executive Committee of
tlie Democratic State Central Com
mittee, last night, to appoint judges
of election and polling placess, etc.
It was decided that the Executive
Committee should nominate supervi
sors and judges in accordance with the
recornendations of the presidents of
the ward clubs.
London, April 9th.—Bullion has
gone into the Hank of England on
balance to-day, to the amount of .£75,
Paris, April 9tli.—The French Gov
ernment has sent insructions to its
Consuls to summon for the last time,
French citizens abroad, liable to mili
tary service, to have their names reg
istered at the Consulate's.
Paris, April 9th—Fourteen officers
who abandoned Don Carlos, arrived at
Brauitz. The Carlists tried to stop
them at the frontier. It is said that
General Elio has given in his adhes
ion to Alphonso.
Petaluma, April 12.—Another at
tempt to burn Petaluma was made last
night. The building set on fire be
longed to Geo. B. Williams who re
sides at tbe head of Main street. The
officers were on tlie watch and discov
ered the fire before any damage could
occur. Among the combustibles
used was a leaf torn from a diary on
which was found the name of a young
man well known here, who afterwards
proved to be oue of the would-be in
ceudiraries. On being questioned as
to the tire he confessed his guilt and
gave the name of his accomplices. W.
Carpenter and George Ralston are
parties arrested. No reason is given
why they should have attempted such
From Man Francisco
San Francisco, April 14th.—The
Roman wrestling match at the Palace
Ampitheatre last night, between Mil
ler and Vandeweeken, was won by the
former in two falls. The match was
for $2,000 and entrance money. It was
closely contested and excited much
San Francisco, April 14th.—The
body of an uuknown man was found
yesterday morning in Oakland creek,
near Webster street, witii the throat
cut. The wound itself might have
been the cause of death. It issup-
Eosed to be the body of Abraham
Irookbauk, who disappeared from the
American Exchange Hotel, in this
city, about ten days ago, the body ev
idently having been iv the water that
length of time.
Last evening the Coroner held an
inquest on the remains. The physi
cian who examined the body declined
to express an opinion whether it was
murder or suicide, but his evidence
seemed to support the former hypoth
esis. The inquest adjourned to this
evening, in hopes of identifying the
The libel suit of Chief of Police
Cockrill against the publishers ot the
Pout newspaper, was called up in the
Police Court yesterday afternoon aud
continued until this afternoon.
Woodland, Cal., April 13th.—A
shooting affray occurred this morning
between Frank Slocum and Ham
English, well known citizens. Slo
cum was instantly killed. He had
warned English to leave town yester
day, and was hunting him at the
time of the shooting.
The following is a list of passengers
per steamer Orizaba for Los Angeles,
due to-morrow: Dr Preuss, B Frith,
Mrs Sears aud child, Mrs Longstreet,
J J May and son, Rev T C Jameson, F
Fuller, H Green, Mrs Park, G Malone,
G M Bowers, H T Tullis, H Lemmert,
wife, child and servant; J H Gray, W
Westfall, S Haley, E G Scott, Mrs
Meyer, I) F Gillman, E C Tompkins,
Miss Wilson, J W Culton, T Ward, H
Teeple, W L Meyer, \V B Lathrop, J
Baldwin, Mrs M Waddle. H Westfall,
Mrs A Tullis and five children, J H
French, A J Spaulding, W D Russell,
W House, Mrs Flemming and four
children, P Ryan, J W Michael, Miss
Reid, R Smith, Mj Hewitt and family,
Mrs D Cowan and child, H S Davis,
Mrs Mauvais, G C Taylor, Mrs LyforU,
Wheeiock, D F Edgar and wife, Mrs
E C Denning, W Tullis, P R Conway,
Z Cook, J Waddle, Mrs Brecker, Mrs
E Baldwin, J Tullis, J W Water, J G
Barker, G Teeple, L M Johnston, W
Teeple, L Peter, L Wiliets, wife and
daughter,D McCarthy, Mrs M A West
fall, Miss 0 Westfall, J A Westfall, J
H Demean, J Glasgow, John Riley
and wife, J C Merryfield, M C Taylor,
P Gleason, M W Mancher, John W
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!
This is the best opportunity ever offered to
tbe public to get good cigars at very low prices.
We are now selling off our immense stock of
gents' furnishing goods, walking canes, fancy
goods, cigars, tobaccos, pipes and all smokers'
articles at greatly reduced prices. At our
figures every oue can afford to buy
cigars by tlie bos. We sell genuine imported
cigars 2 or 23 cts. The very finest brands at
21 cts. each, 5 for $1, und 8 for 60 cts. We make
it our business to give satisfaction to all our
customers, and before purchasing elsewhere
it is worth wlille to examine our stock at the
GOLDSMITH A DAVIS,
Ss Main St., under Backman House,
And at IU7 Main St., next loW„ F. A Co.'s
PENT ALPHA LODGE, NO. A
'■(02.—Officers ami members of
this Lodge are hereby notified
tend the funeral of our lute t,rot her,
J. R. McMurray, late a member of ~ '
Ohio Lodge No. I, F. Jt A. M., West Virginia,
THIS MORNING, Thursday, April 15th, at »
o'clock A. M.
Nembers of Ixik Angeles Lodge No. 42, F. A
A. M., and sojourning brothers in good stand
ing are fraternally Invited 10 attend.
By order of W. M.
W. W. ROBINSON, Bec'y.
-or THK —
IRISH LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB,
To be held at the
Sunday, April 25,1875.
THE BEST MUSIC which can be procured
In the city will be in attendance.
A variety ol new gumes und sports will be
No pains will be spared to make It a com
Tlcltetr of Admission;
For gent lemau und Ladles 50 Cents
NAMKS OK COMMITTER.
H Keenan, Win. Moore,
Chas. Hagan, T. ]>smoud,
M. Hopkins. M. Dullahan,
Jas. Gorman. upls td
Notice of Intention.
NOTICE is hereby given lhat Ihocity of
Los Angeles intends making tlie follow
ing improvement on Flgueroa stieet freni Its
intersection with Pico street to und including
its intersection with Adams street:
Said Flgueroa street shall be graded by ex
cavating or filling in so as to bring the centre
line thereof up to the grade as established,
giving the madway aslope of one foot In thirty
to the bottom of tlie gutter.
Sidewalks 12 feet wide shsll be left on either
side, which shall be excavated or filled in so
as to make them correspond with the estab
lished grade. They shall then be made per
fectly smooth, and all large stones or other
ltupediments to footmen shall be removed.
apls lOt Clerk of Com. Council.
TREES, FLOWERS, ETC.
THE UNDERSICNED BEG
I leave to Inform the public thutttjjtfW
they have for sale a choice lot or orna J»fwtt
mental trees, shrubs, flowering plants lv pots.
Everything in tbe line of
Seeds, Flowers and Plants
Constantly on hand. Bouquets, wreaths,
crosses, etc., made to order at reasonable
prices at the Garden. Wilmington street, near
New Commercial. We have also
A Practical Gardener,
Who will lay out and take care of gardens,
either by contract, per month, or by the day.
ap7 2m SCHAEFFER A STENGEL.
For six nights and one Matinee, commencing
Monday Eve'g, April 12.
Matinee Saturday Afternoon at 2 o'cl'k
THE OLD ALLEGHANIANS,
Lately returned from Europe, (irand aug
mentation orthe ALl.Eeill ANIAN ,VOC M.
ISTS AND SWISS BEI.L-ItI.NOKhS, with
Ladles and Gents' sliver Ibuid. '1 lie Allegha
nians Quartette, quintette and Sextette will
appear as uhovc.
Tho N.Y. Tribune says ofthls old established
company: "They mo the best; every one
should see them."
Gallery, ----- 50 Cts.
Reserved Seats, - - - 73 Cts.
No extra charge for secured seats, to be had
at Lewis Lew ill's Bookstore.
Coucort commences ut 8 r. M. apIO
THE ORIENTAL RESTAURANT.
Kept in European Style.
B. FLOTE &C. CASON - - - Prop s
Main street, Signoret's Building, Opposite the
Pico House, Los Angeles.
For Families and banquets. AH kinds of re
pasts prepared lor weddings.etc,utextremely
Board per week 16 to $7
Single meals 50 to 75 cts
Meals by list at very moderate prices.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders received for ull kinds of pastry for
weddings, banquets, balls, picnics, etc.
Ail orders promptly and carefully attended
to. apls tf
LAND FOR SALE!
Upon terms within the reach of every one, In
a locality noted for It* healthiness, particu
larly lo those suffering from caturrh, pulmo
nary complaints and rheumatism.
This land Is situated twenty-eight miles
from Los Angeles, upon the Independence
Railroad, and within one-quarter of a mite Of
tlie Southern Pacific Ruilroad.
We offer more advantages combined in our
tract l ha ii any yet offered to the public:
SALUBRITY OF CLIMATE;
ELEVATED ABOVE THE FROST;
ABUNDANCE OF RUNNING WATER;
EXPENSE OF IRRIGATION TRIFLING;
PRICES ONE-HALF THAT FARMING
LANDS ARE SELLING FOR;
Where lands are advancing every day, and
adapted to either fruit or cereal cultiva
For particulars enquire of
BERRY & WILEY,
LOOP & SORBY,
On the Premises, Spadra P. 0.
TO THE PUBLIC!
Prices Reduced fully 20 per Cent
No. ii Arcadia Hlock. Los A nge
Is now receiving the Choicest and Largest As
CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS,
Etc.. thai has ever been exhibited lv this city,
and he now means business. He is deter
mined to bu undersold hy no one, aud he de
fies competition. Having superior facilities
lv purchasing go, ids, those who favor me with
their patronage will reap the benefit. I have
decided to sell my goods at
San Francisco Prices.
And respectfully invite the public to call and
exumine my stock and prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. Courteous nnd attentive clerks
will ulways be lv readiness to wall on custom
ers, and will take great pleasure in showing
■VGoods delivered free of charge to any
part of the city. "6* Remember the place:
Mo. 3 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St.,
mr 24 2m JOSEPH COHN.
C. A. BONESTEEL & CO.
WOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY AN
nounce lo the citizens of Ijos Angeles
and the adjoining towns that they have Just
LARGE AND ENTIRELY NEW
HOO X H
No. 43 Main Street,
We are confident no such stock of Station
ery, guitable for Bankers' and Merchants' use,
school supplies, nnd the gentral public, has
ever been placed before the people of Los
MANILLA AND STRAW PAPER
AT TH R
O T* iq a r r
Wholesale and Retail
DRY GOODS STORE
Central and Southern
No. 18 Los Angeles St.,
NEAR COMMERCIAL ST.
Are offering the
LARGEST AND MOST ELEGANT
Staple and Fancy
Ever shown lv this pin t of (lie country, at
anprceeUentvdty low prmes; These mngnlfi
cent goods were purchased for cash In the best
markets iv the world. The proprietors are
therefore enabled lo offer to ihe people of
Los Angeles and surroundiiigcountry induce
ments never seen before. This stock is replete
with th« latest and choicest novelties of the
Gents' Furnishing Goods v SPECIALTY.
**-TERMS CASH and STRICTLY ONE
Dillon & Kenealy,
No. 18 Los Angeles St.
CITY PARK RESTAURANT.
Opposite St. Vincent's College.
Meals at All Hours in any
Private Rooms for Ladies ami parties, and a
splendid Garden lor rccreution.
nplo* D. PI ISO, Proprietor
The Los Angeles School-Master.
HAVINC COMPLETED SATISFAO
tory arrangements with responsilde par
ties for the publication of v «;>>uli weekly pu
fier devoted exclusively to the educntfonnl
ntcrests of this city and county, 1 hereby an
nounce that said pa pel will appear ou or be
fore the first of May.
As it will be gratuitously sent into every
f-tmlly represented in the public and private
schools iilthe county it will lie One ot thf be-t
advertising medium for business und profes
A soliciting agent will canvass the city th.s
week to give ull an opportunity to aid an en
terprise whose only oiijoct is to promote the
best interests ol society.
W, T. LUCKY.
April 10,1875. upll 3t
Notice of Intention.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tlie Common Council of Los Angeles in
tends to cause to be constructed ut the expense
of the property-holders a brick sewer, egg
shaped. two by three feet in the clear, along
Main street from the junction of Main and
Arcadia streets to the junction of Main street
and Osier Lane; thence down Osier Litue to
and so ss to connect with the malu sewer.
Plans and specifications cmi be seen at the
ofhee of lhe clerk of (he Common Council
By order of the Common Council of the city
of Los Angeles. M. KREMER,
Clerk of Com. Council
Los Angeles, April W, 1870. apIO 101
si YEARS OLDI
P I o rv E X R,
HARNESS and SADDLE
S. C. FOY,
importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Re
tail dealer In
Saddlery and Harness of aH kinds.
Sulk Harness, Trotting Harness, Heavy Draft
Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robes.
Blankets und Whips—in fact, everything per
taining to a first-class saddlery House.
THE VERY BEST
GENUINE LOS ANGELES SADDLES.
The best brands of Saddle, Harness and
Sole Leather, always on hand and for sale at
wholesale and retail.
Harness Oils, Soaps He Blacking.
Repairing Promptly Done.
No. 1?' I.oh Angeles Slreeet,
LOS ANGELES, CAL
*«** Prices as low as any house on the const.
PURE BRED POULTRY.
EGGS FOR SALE OF THE FOLLOWING
pure bred varieties: Dark Brahmus,
Buff Cochins, White-faced Bluck Spanish,
Brown Leghorns, at 85 per setting of IS eggs,
White Leghorns, the best layers, non-setters,
$3 per setting; two settings for $5.
Address, BRUNK <fc BRUCK,
iui-19 ,Im' Box 40
ERICH C. CAERTNER,
Mining Engineer and Assayer.
OHico—Room lf» Downer Hlock,
Col. Baker, Gov. Downey und J. W. Gillette.
LITTLEBOY & DAVIS,
102 Main st., Opposite Court House,
DEALERS IN FRESH DRUGS. PATENT
Medicines, Choice Liquors, Perfumeries,
and Toilet Articles. Physicians' prescrip
tions carefully compounded at all hours.
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