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Special Notices.
Borrowing Mouey.
lion-owing money upon the Installment
plan is attended with these advantages: The
loan can !»■ repaid in small monthly amounts
which include the Interest and part of tho
principHl, SO tiiat by the expiration of the
term ItaaO be all paid without »n» great In
convenience to the borrower. The rate of in
terest ts generally lower. The expenses of ob
taining the money arc not so great as In ordi
nary loans, and if It is borrowed upon good
paving property then It often happens that
the rev s will meet the monthly Installments
and iv time pay off tbe debt.
For furthei and other particulars Inquire of
W. TL J BROOKS,
Ageut for Savings and Loan Society,
may 16-tf. No. 12 Spring Street.
Money to loan at one per cent, in sums of
of $3,t>00 to $50,0H). The undersigned an
nounces with pleasure the expected arrival
of Mr. John Arch bold, of the San Francisco
Savings Union. He comeß for Ihe purpose of
lending some of the surplus funds of the
wealthy corporation which lie represents.
Those who nave need to borrow will do well
to avail themselves of this opportunity. Ap
plications will be received by the agent of the
Bunk, W. H J. BKOOKS,
mySo-tf N». 12 Spring street.
Clock repairing a specialty. Mr. A.
W. Pratt, a practical clock maker from
the Anson ia Clock Manufacturing Co.,
and late adjuster for the National
Clock Co. of San Francisco, has taken
the new show window at 39 Spring St.,
where he will repair clocks in a first
class manner. Satisfaction guaran
teed. ml2tf
Buy city lots planted with orange
trees. Mr. Morgan now offers to tbe
public at No. 4, Temple Block, Spring
street, about one huudred fine resi
dence lots, being about ten min
utes walk from the Postoffice, each
lot being planted with orange trees,
five years old and in good condition.
These lots are subdivisions of the
"Thomas Tract." lying and fronting
on the South side of First street, about
one hundred and fifty yards from and
East of the railroad to Wilmington.
On the West the tract fronts on Hew
itt street. Prices moderate. Terms
easy. Enquire at the Real Estate of
fice of G. W. Mtrgan, No. 4 Temple
Block, Spring ifceet. May 9-lm
Ladies' twlHtwtton kid gloves at $1
per pair; one-button bid at 87J cts. per
pair. Extra heavy brown and bleach
ed sheeting at 12J cts. per yard; good
brown and bleached sheeting 10 yards
for $1, at the Bazaar, corner of Main
and Requena streets. ml :1m
MB gents' cheviot suits, in frocks
and sacks, at $14, worth $20; 500 pairs
heavy cassimere pants at $4 per pair,
worth $6, at the Bazaar, corner Main
and Requena streets, opposite the U.
8. Hotel. ml:lm
One of the flnest improvements in
the city will be the re-building of the
Lafayette Hotel. The whole of the
back of the house is already being
torn down, and the front will shortly
be built up. The stores will be just
half as large as they are now, and, as
the Important has a very large stock
on hand, they will not have half room
enough for their goods and in order to
prevent them from being damaged by
dirt and dust, they have decided to
sell all their Spring goods at less than
cost,and others, such as cottons, table
linen, etc., at exact cost. We advise
all to call at the Important and con
vince themselves of the great bar
gains. Such bargains they can never
get again, and in order to prevent a
great rush, we advise all to call early
and take advantage of the building of
the Lafayette Hotel. al6
25 pieces summer poplins, reduced
to Ots. per yard; 60 pieces grass
cloth, reduced to 15 cts. per yt rd;
Lawns Picques Nansook Grenadines
nnd other dress goods in great variety
at the lowest prices at the Bazaar, cor
ner of Main and Requena streets, opp.
TJ. S. Hotel. ml :1m
The auction sales of the Santa Ger
trudes lands fixed for the 19th, 20th
and 21st of the month have been un
avoidably postponed in consequence
of the ilness of the surveyor and the
managing agent Mr. Edward Me Lain,
The postponement contemplates the
sale of the property on the 26th, 27tli
and 28th of May. *aprl7:td
If you want a good suit of clothes
for a little money, go to the Bazaar,
corner of Main and Requena streets,
and get one of those $12 suits, worth
$17. ml:lm
car The principal organs of sense arc con
centrated to the face. It is therefore worthy
of belug crowned by all Gentlemen, with one
ofthe superior hats which can be had at Des
mond's, Main Street. mart.
Insurance Agency—Commercial of Califor-
Ifirnia, Fire and Marine, assets 8500,000; Cali
fornia Insurance Co., assets $500,000; Fire As
sociation of Philadelphia, incorporated 1820,
assets 56,000,00 U. These companies transact
their business at tlie, lowest paying rates,
charging for each risk aceordingt.i the hazard
assumed, without reference to any Insurance
combination or arbitrary trlfls. All losses
promptly adjusted and paid.
B. McLELLAN, Agent.
Offlce of G., N. A P. 8. S. Co.,
fe2o 61 Main street, Los Angeles.
Silver and gold plating; electrotyplng; Ivory
and metal turning; glass and metal drilling.
Locks, keys, seals and key-checks,stencil and
door-plates made to order; knives and surgi
cal instruments ground and saws filed and set;
parasols and 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
600 gents' cloth Summer hats, at 50
cts. apiece; extra heavy gents' satinet
Santa from $1 50 up to $3, at Isaac
iorton & Co.'s, corner Main and Re
quena street, opposite the U. S. Hotel.
ml
Moore's Restaurant, on Commercial street,
ls the proper place to go fora good meal, with
a good cup of coffee or tea to drink with it.—
There is probably no restaurant on the Pacific
coant where so many of the substantial* and
so many of the luxuries may be had lor 26 cis.
Don't forget the place—Moore's Restaurant,
Commercial hi reel. Private eat ing rooms have
been neailv titled up for the accommodation
of ladles. 15-tl
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 reflnisbes old gas fixtures,
maklug them as good as new. Also,
agent for the "Empire gas-burner"
and "Economic gas-governoi"—both
valuable acquisitions to fixtures of a
house and great savings over the old
style apparatus. Remember the place,
No. 19 Court street. mrlo:tf
BIMONDB'
FANCY CAKE BAKERY
AND ICE CREAM PALACE.
ALL STYLES OF FANCY CAKES,
- Confections and Wedding Cakes made
to order. Strawberries and t,iearn, Iced Soda
Water, fine French and domestic Candies of
our own make, a line new stock of Cigars.Tea,
Chocolate Coffee, etc, myl3 tf
WEDNESDAY MAY 26, 1875.
Who wrote the poetry entitled
" First Love," the first line of which
reads,"Whoni first we love, you know,
we seldom wed" ? We had the im
pression that it was the production of
"Owen Meredith," Bulwek's sou;
but we notice Ihe lines reproduced in
a late number of the Call and credited
to Julia Ward Howe. Whom Hist
we loved we remember very well.
She was a little freckled-faced, golden
haired elf, to whom we used to give
half of our dinner and all of our
speckled marbles at school some years
ago. She expanded to one hundred
and forty pounds.developed a retrousse
nose and married a railroad conductor.
But who wrote "Whom first we love"
is what is troubling us just now.
Death of Jesse D. Bright.
Jesse D. Bright, a man of national
fame, died at Baltimore a few days
ago. He was a native of Norwich,
Shenango county, New York, where
he was born on the 18th of December,
1812. His public life commenced in
the State of Indiana, where he prac
ticed law and was State Senator and
Lieutenant-Governor. The State in
his day was strongly Democratic and
being an ardent supporter of that par
ty's principles his talent and oratory
soon made him a leader. He repre
sented the State in the United States
Senate three terms, commencing in
1845. In 1862 charges of disloyalty
were preferred against him, based on
the evidence that in 1861 he wrote a
letter to Jefferson Davis, President
ofthe Confederate States, recommend
ing or introducing a person who was
desirous of furnishing the Confederacy
with arms. On this charge he was
expelled from the Senate on the 2d of
February, 1802, by a vote of 34 to 14.
From that time he took no active part
in politics.
Fire Where There is Smoke.
Every now and then one of San
Francisco's blackmailing newspapers
will make an attack on oue of her
many prominent citizens who have
millions of mouey, and forthwith all
the other newspapers, not many of
whom are a whit more honest but
who do not happen to be in with that
particular attempt to extract hush
money, rush to the rescue and de
nounce the attacking journal as an in
famous blackmailing concern that has
sunk so low that it does not scruple to
blacken the character of honest men.
Now we do not question the truth of
any part of this except the " honest
men" clause. An honest man with a
large bank account who stands among
the king-pins of the community is a
difficult subject to blackmail, Con
scious of hi.s own rectitude, he has
nothing to fear from the slanders of a
newspaper, ami to its insinuations that
he has swindled a widow or robbed an
orphan, he simply points to his record.
Iv a community whose leading citi
zens are composed entirely of honest
men, blackmailingnewspapers are not
a success. Their attacks do not bring
the longed for check, they die out and
the honest man smiles over the grave
of his calumniator. San Francisco
does not seem to be entirely made up
of honest men, and, if we can believe
their statements of each other, fully
one-half of her newspapers owe their
existence to successful blackmailing.
If those prominent citizens were really
honest men, attacks would not hurt
and vehement defense would be unne
cessary. Better still, those blackmail
ing journals would find themselves iv
the position of the Moor after he
smothered his wife.
A Sensible Suggestion.
The question of irrigation comprises
not only how we can best utilize the
waters of our rivers, but to utilize it,
will ultimately become the absorbing
topic of discussion throughout, the
State. This year there is more said
on the subject than ever before, and
next year more will be said than this.
So we shall go ou talking and suggest
ing, realizing more and more year by
year the absolute necessity for doing
what we all want to do and what we
are all trying to think how to do, un
til some practical plan is hit upon and
then will come the consummation so
devoutly wished. Among the multi
farious plans and suggestions already
offered, we regard that of our corres
pondent, "J. G. D.," whose commu
nication appeared some days ago, as
possessing more of the elements of
practicability and better calculated to
insure the greatest good to the great
est number, than any other. The
great danger to be guarded against is
that of preventing the monopolization
of the water by private corporations.
If the ownership of our Jakes and riv
ers is once vested in individuals, the
foundation is laid on which to build
the castle of discrimination and op
pression. If a company or corpora
tion own the waters of an irrigation
district, they hold a power over the
soil tillers of that district which may
be used for purposes of extortion, po
litical supremacy or the gratification
of personal animosity. The individ
ual absorption of water rights which
belong to the State, now steadily go
ing forward, cannot but be productive
of great wrong to posterity and we
regard It as much the duty of our
State authorities to protect these
rights as it Is to collect the revenue
for the maintenance of the State Gov
ernment. The position of "J. G. D.,"
that the lakes and rivers within her
borders are the property of tbe State,
is so strong that it cannot be contro
verted. Spain reserved this right
and ceded it with the territory. It
passed with California In the transfer
of that territory from Mexico to the
United States. The only intrench
ment on this law which the records
will boar out is the Pueblo right which
the Mexican Government in a few
instances granted, of which tbe right
of Los Angeles city to the water of
Los Angeles river is one. If, then, the
State asserts and maintains her ex
clusive ownership to the waters of all
her lakes and rivers, the first and
most important step toward tlie in
auguration of a State system of ine
gation is accomplished. The next is
the placing of the entire management
of the work in the hands of the Sur
veyor-General, who will survey md
superintend the digging of ditches
where the waters they shall convey
will be most productive of desirable
results. After the formation of dis
tricts, the people will elect officers,
who, under the direction of the State
Surveyor, will -keep in repair the
ditches and dispose of the water. If
we follow out this idea in detail, it
will not be difficult to show that all
this can be accomplished without the
issuance of bonds, and that while so
utilizing her water, she will annually
add millions to her products. Even if
there is no revenue from this source,
the return in the increased value of
taxable properly will more than pay
the expense of completing the sys
tem.
Timely Warning.
The Military advantages.of Los An
geles have Men proverbial throughout
the State. Kverywhere they once
spoke of this city as a healthful place.
We would tie glad to record that the
facts would sustain this reputation
now and in future, but we are afraid
we cannot do so. Nature has done
everything for us, and did we but avail
ourselves of onr natural advantages
our sanitary condition would remain
as in the past -the best in California.
The want of sewerage Is impairing the
health of the whole city, and unless
the evil is remedied it will not belong
before miasmic fevers and endemic
diseases will be as common iv Los An
geles as in Sacramento and other not
thoroughly drained cities. Los Ange
les is a city grewh from an old Span
ish town. Its sewerage, though with
out plan or system, was sufficient for
all practical purposes while the popu
lation did tot exceed a few thousand,
but now Hha£ we have a city of fifteen
thousand and are growing rapidly,
the old drains and ditches are not
equal to the demand upon them, and
the result is cesspools and foul blots
In such number that iv any other cli
mate than this an epidemic would
sweep the city. Sickness, especially
among children, is becoming common
and parents aro growing anxious .or
the safety of their little ones. There is
no doubt but that the greater portion
of the sickness prevailing In this city
is due to imperfect sewerage. When
in San Francisco a few weeks ago, the
editor ofthe Herald heard a gentle
man who had spent several weeks in
this city and who had visited us for
the purpose of making his home here,
assert that Los Angeles was tlie poor
est drained city he had ever seen, and
he believed that but for the sea breeze
which fanned itdaily no one could live
there. This is a strong indictment,
and the worst of it is it contains too
much truth. This city is expanding
'rapidly—more rapidly than any other
place iv the State outside of San
Francisco—and we talk of having from
40,000 to 50,000 people here within the
next few years. Such statements as
above quoted will not aid us in the
acquisition of that population and
unless we do something to controvert
such statements, we have attained the
maximum of our growth. What that
something should be is the point to
be reached. In the opinion of our
best engineers and of many citizens
who have given the subject much
study, the first step toward the estab
lishment of an adequate system of
sewerage is the construction of a main
sewer from the city to tide water.
How this may be done best and cheap
est is subject matter for the considera
tion of all. That we shall have to
build such a sewer sooner or later is
ascertain as the sun shines. We are
now expending a large sum of money
in puttingdown sewers here and there,
but they run nowhere and will never
drain the city until a main sewer Is
provided with which to connect all
side drains. We may as well meet
this difficulty now. It must be met
and overcome or we shall suffer at
home and the fair fame of our city
will be tarnished abroad.
Starvation in Missouri.
St. Louis, May 24th.—A Sedalia
dispatch says three members of a
family named Finley died from star
vation in Cooper county last week. A
special from Jefferson City says that
people from various parts of the State
declare most of the grasshopper talk
unfounded. They are very thick in
some counties, but are doing little or
no damage to crops.
Beecher-Tilton
New* York, May 24th. —In the
Beecher-Tilton case, Porter to-day
continued his argument for the de
fendant. The Court room was crowd
ed. He will conclude his argument
to-morrow.
The Blue and the Gray.
Memphis, May 24th.—Business was
suspended to-duy in the observation of
the memorial services at Elmwood.
The streets are crowded with people,
and the procession is the largest ever
seen here, except, perhaps, the funeral
services of General Lee. The ex-Fed
eral •eldief* have turned out, and in
the ranks are seeu the battle flags of
both the Federal aud Confederate ar
mies. At no time since the close of
the war has there been such a genuine
intermingling of the blue and the gray
as was presented to-day.
A Cotton Decision.
Washington, May 24.—The Court
of Claims to-day rendered a decision
covering a number of claims for cot
ton seizures iv Mississippi during the
vv-iir, the amounts aggregating nearly
$1,000,000. .
No opinion has been delivered iv
the Pacific Railroad transportation
case, but may be next Monday.
** *— r «
Foreign News.
L4QNDON, May 24th.—Paul Boyntou
will make another attempt, to cross
the EhgUah Channel in his life pre
serving dress next Friday.
A special from Rome says the Pope
is seriously ill.
A meeting of the Emperors of Aus
tria, Germany and Russia has been
decided on. It will probably take
place at Elms.
City ok Mexico, May loth.—The
Federal troop*, are reported to have
suffered a reverse at the hands of the
insurgents in San Luis Potest, The
Government is taking measures to in
augurate a severe campaign against
the revolutionists.
Oroville has a Blaze.
Okoville, Cal., May 24th.—A fire
broke out here this morning at three
o'clock in the City Bakery, corner of
Myer and Bird streets, completely de
stroying the building and two frame
dwellings aud damaging the Masonic
Mall lo tlie extent of five or six hun
dred dollars; also, bitting the wood
work around the Mercury printing
office. The property belonged mostly
to Mrs. Winters and was insured for
$500. Mrs. Winters was rescued from
the building in an unconscious state,
and is badly burned about the face
and hands. The loss is about four
thousand dollars.
Irrigation Convention at Colusa.
Colusa, May 22d.—-The Irrigation
meeting here to-day was well attended
by the leading persons and land own
ers. Strong ground was taken against
the State controlling the scheme. A
committee was appointed to report at
an adjourned meeting to be hold on
August 24th. Great interest was man
ifested by the land-owners.
Execution Against the Central Pacific
Railroad.
Reno, May 22d.—This morning an
execution was issued against the Cen
tral Pacific Railroad Company for
$54,000, taxes due this county. The
execution has not yet been served and
the probabilities are the claim will be
paid by the company without further
delay. This ends the long dispute be
tweeu the county and the railroad
company.
News of General Redington's Death
in Sacramento
Sacra mento, May 22d.—The news
of General Redington's death in San
Fntneisco this morning has cast a pro
fouim gloom over thrs city, which has
been his home for a quarter of a cen
tury. His remains will be brought to
Sacramento by special train this eve
ning. Flags throughout the city are
at half-mast as a token of respect.
Crops in Sau Luis Obispo.
San Lcis Obispo, May 22d.—The
Iribune't notice of the crops in this
county says: " The crops throughout
the county, while not so good as was
anticipated early In the season, are far
from a failure. All the grain that was
pit in on well prepared soil previous
to the January rains will return a full
average yield, and many pieces upon
extra good soil and favored locations
will produce from sixty to eighty
bushels per acre."
Marysville Items.
Marysville, May 24th.—The fu
neral of the late Hill Beachy took
place from the depot immediately on
the arrival of the passenger train from
the South this evening. It was at
tended by his many friends and ac
quaintances. The [mil-bearers were
the Messrs. Jas. Hawork, C. H. Pat
terson, N. D. Rideout, John H. Jewett,
L. J. Ash ford and Geo. Merritt. The
remains were deposited iv the city
cemetery, beside those of his wife and
children.
At 3 o'clock this morning the Van
deveer House was discovered to be on
fire, but was extinguished before the
engines arrived. A close examination
showed the premises to have been set
on tire In several different places—
three in the cellar and four in the up
per stone-. \ liberal supply of kind
ling-wood tii ' kerosene was used.
This is 1 lie -or-,, v] attempt to burn the
building Within two months.
NEW TO-DAY.
The Los Angeles and independence
Railroad
From ShooFlv (don't you bodderme; Landing
Is being rapidly c intruded, and will bo a
great benefit to this ci'y, but not to be com
pared with the immense stock of cigars, to
baccos, smokers' an ides, gents' furnishing
and fbney goods which Is always to be bad at
the well known placesof the advertiser. They
beat anything on record. They should be ex
amined by everyone before purchasing else
where. A fine fl'ting shirt with a nice tie,
walking cane of Ihe latest style, leading a pet
dog with an English collar, a two-bit or three
lor-a-half Bouquet (In a meerschaum holder),
such is life. All this can be enjoyed by call
ing ntthe "Identicals."
I. GOLDSMITH,
38 Main St., under Baekman House,
And al 1«7 Main SI., next to W., F. & Co.'s
Express. mr3l
ANY ONE IN NEED OF
FIRST-CLASS
Shelving, Counters, Etc.
Suitable for dry goods, grocery store or other
business, can get a bargain by calling Imme
diately at the store of
CASWELL & ELLIS.
my 25 if
Notice to Builders.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
cetved at the office of Chas. W. Davis,
Downey Block, next door to City Library, un
til May 31th, 1875, at, 12o'clock M. for building
B two-story French villa and alsoastable, for
Thos. A. Garey, Ksq., as per plans andspecifi
eaiioni made bj ( has. \V. Davis, .superin
tending Architect* No proposals will be en
tertained unless each bid is accompanied
with Ihe .names of two good and sutbclent
sureties, to be ai proved by the owner and ar
chitect, said .sureties each in the sum of one
lialf the contract price, and to sign the con
tract asprinclp't. 'I he owner reserves the
r.ght to reject any or all bids.
my2s-td CHAS. W. DAVIS, Architect.
NEW TO-DAY.
■nSnFFS the mnic
OF TICK —
LOS ANGELES GUARDS!
THK FIRST MILITARY PICNIC EVER
held In Lot Angeles will take place at
the
ARROYO SE O O
O N
Next Sunday, May 30.
All sorts ui'games will lie practiced to mike
this the most enjoyable Picnic that was ever
held in Los Angeles. The Committees have,
at a large expense, secured a
Great Number of Valuable Prizes
For the different games. The games for girls
nnd boys will be jui attractive feature.
A MAGNIFICENT BAND OF MUSIC
Will be in attendance. Nothing will be left
undone by the Company to make the day en
loyablc for the picnickers.
o.N THK PREVIOUS DAY,
Next 8S n1 urday ?
Tlie Company will hold their
TARGET PRACTICE
At the same place, at which there will be a
world of fun. All arc invited out to see the
fun. my2s td
SANTA MONICA
A N I)
OIK O O FLY.
A FOUR-HORSE STAGE,
J. Iff. DONELBON, : : Proprietor,
«»w_.'-a!OJStfjR W" leave Los Angeles
Ja«K? : " ! " 7:;( '' A - !<«*•
'j** turning, will arrive in lair
Angeles at 6 r. at.
Passengers called for in any part of tlie city.
Tickets can bo had at* the (stage Office, In
Wells, Fargo A Co.'s Offlce, corner Main and
Market streets.. GEO. PRIDHAM,
my23tf Agent.
$1,000
I* JE! W A R I) !
The Board of Fire Underwriters
.
Of San Francisco offer a reward of 91,000 for
the arrest aud conviction of any one guilty of
arson in the city of Los Angeles.
Wm. B. Johnston.
For further Information, apply to
\V. Jf. BRODRICK.
my 22 lm
THE SANTA MONICA
LAND ASSOCIATION
OFFER AT
PRIVATE SALE
Eighty Choice Building Lots,
Beautifully situated; only five minutes' walk
from the
Los Angeles and Independ
ence Railroad.
This property fronts on the Ocean. Soil of
tlie best quality.
GOOD WATER
Obtainable at a depth of thirty feet. Tlie best
locality known In tills part of California for
seabathing, and is destined to become Ihe
most famous
SEA-SHORE RESORT
On the Pacific Coast,
Any one desiring to purchase one or more
of these lots can make a choice for
$200 IN GOLD COIN,
Payable one-third cash, one-third lv six
months and one-third in twelve months.
An Artesian Well Is now being sunk near
the property. For particulars, inquire of
J. H. l.i:cam, Agent,
At U. 8. Land Office.
Or to J. D. BICKNELL, Rooms ;I9 and 41
Temple Block. my2ltf
BEDDING AND LOUNGE
FACTORY.
— mmm -——
CARL HERBERCER,
IVo. 13 Aliso Street,
IS PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE MAR
ket with
BEDDING OF ALL KINDS,
o xj is i&'mm,
AND
General Upholstering.
The proprietor Is a practical manufacturer,
and guarantees satisfaction in all cases. Or
ders solicited. •
ALSO
THE STOCK OF FURNITURE
Lately purchased from
D. A. STERN
Will be sold
BELOW COST
To close out and make room for new goods.
Furniture and household goods bought, sold
and exchanged. Repaliieg also done at low
myiatf
NEW GOODS I NEW GOODS!!
NEW GOODS!
— — ■-— -- — — —
MENDEL MEYER
JHas Just returned from Sau Fraucisco with a
complete Summer stock of
DRY 000 1) N
A N H
CLOTHINGr.
He Invites his friends to call on him and ex
amine his stock at the well known stand, cor
ner of Los Angeles and Commercial sieeets.
_ mylB tf
W. BORROWE,
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF GOOD
year's Rubber Goods and the celebrated
Hose of tbe Boston Belting Company. San
Francisco prices duplicated. All orders
promptly attended to. my 19 tf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
STARBUCK
&
BUTLER,
REAL ESTATE
BROKEES,
ft
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No. 1 Temple Street
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A few of the Great Bargains they
are offering for sale are an follows:
ELEGANT VILLA on Main street, opposite
the residence of Gov. Downey! one ofthe
most stylish homes in t lie city, surrounded
by beautiful fruit and ornamental trees;
lot 107x.}25.
CHARMING SUBURBAN RESIDENCE on
Pico street, containing? seres, em he 11 Is lied
with 75 Orange, 25 Lemon, 30 Lime, 80
Walnut, 10 Pear, 25 Peach, and 25 Apricot
trees, all bearing; 2,000 Foreign Grape
Vines, splendid Artesian Well; a beauti
ful house of 6 rooms, with al! the charms
of the country and conveniences of Ihe
city. A great bargain that will not remain
long on the market.
VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE on Main
street, corner of Third; 6 rooms; Stable;
Fruit Trees, Flowers, etc. A nice and
comfortable home at a bargain.
NEW COTTAGES FOR SALE.
TWO COTTAGES on Turner street; both
rented, at $20 per month each; insurance
for one year; a splendid paying invest
ment. Price, $1,9e0, the whole property
(new).
A NEW, HANDSOME and very convenient
Cottage, in centre of the city. The lot ls
55x200, fronts on two streets; can be di
vided; surrounded and shaded by bearing
fruit trees.
ALSO, 85 ACRES, with House, on Jefferson
street; Main Street Railroad will pass it.
FARMS! FARMS! FARMS!!
We have Farms of all sizes, im
proved and unimproved, in all the de
sirable portions of the county antl
most popular towns. A few of the
best are as follows:
RANCHO AT SAN GABRIEL MISSION.-
Seventy acres, all fenced, embracing 40
acres of Vineyard; 4,000 Raisin Grapes,
bearing; other choice varieties; good
house; stables, etc; Water Right secured.
$8,000; one-third cash.
ALSO, SEVENTY ACRES, partly Improved;
Fenced; Water Right secured. The two
above sold together or separate. 890 per
acre.
A FARM OF 25 ACRES, fronting on Santa
Monica road; 4% miles from Court-house,
now la barley; will be sold for a few days
at an unusually great bargain, as ihe
owner lias more than hecan attend to; 860
per acre.
ARTESIAN FARM—49 24-100 acres next to
City Park; the most popular and success
ful of any new settlement in the State.
Terms easy.
ALSO, A FARM OF TWENTY ACRES in
tbe above town, at $65 per acre. Cheap.
VILLA AND CITY HOUSE LOTS.
12% ACRES on Adams and Flgueroa street,
in the neighborhood of Gen. Lonstreet's
beautiful residence and next to J. F. God
frey's residence. For sale at a bargain if
applied for Immediately.
Large Villa lots, suitable locations for costly
houses, iv all the most charming parts ofthe
city. Some of the lots are lv locations that
can only be secured once in a life-time.
VILLA LOTS ON THE HILL, back of the
residence ol Mayor Toberman. A few only
of them unsold:
One lot 80x180.
One lot 80x200.
One lot 80x300.
One lot 80x320.
$1,000 each; easy terras; will be worth
double ln six months.
LOT ttOxlOoon Hill street, bet ween Fourth and
Fifth streets; 5950.
LOT ON BUNKER HILL AVENUE, corner
Second and Charity streets; splendid
view; $650.
FOUR LOTS ON PEARL STREET, 60x165;
near Spring Street Railroad Station; no
grading; best lots In the block; $450 and
$100 each.
. ,;. ;
TWO LOTS of two acres each on Downey St.
Just tbe thing to raise fruit on; $750.
LOT i2.8x165 feet comer of Charity and
Eighth streets, Joining the lot on which is
being built by Mr. Starbuck seven of the
most beautiful cottages In tho city.
4% ACRES near corner of Washington and
Main sheets, next to Mrs. Martin.
ORANGE, LEMON,
And Other Fruit Trees, For Sale.
STARBUCK & BUTLER,
ap24 tf No. 1 Temple St.
MISCELLANEOUS.
SEWING MACHINES,
ALL kind; of sewing nia
chines sold, i<-iitoil or exchanged on easy
terms.
All kinds of f ,ving Machine Attachments,
Needles, Oil, etc., on hand.
General Agency for Southern California for
Remington and Victor Machines at Sewing
Machine Depot of
A.. M . JANES,
60 SPRING STREET. LOfi ANQBLJS.
mylfi i f
GREAT INDUCEMENT
TO THE PUBLIC!
Prices Reduced fully 20 per Cent
JOSEPH COHN,
No. !t Arcadia Blocli, Lib* A libe
lee Stieet,
Is now receiving tlie Choicest and Largest. As
sortment of
DRY GOODS,.
CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS.
Etc.. tlint has ever been exhibited in thiscliy,
and he now means business. He Is deter
mined to be undersold by no one, and lie de
fies competition. Having superior facilities
in purchasing goods, those who favor me with
their patronage will reap <he benefit. I have
decided to sell my goods at
San Francisco Prices.
And respect fully Invite the public to call and
examine my stock and prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. Courteousafiu attentive clerks
will always be in readiness to wait on custom
ers, and will take great pleasure in showing
goods.
84TGoods delivered free of Charge toenv
part of the city.-s-u Remember the place:
Mo. 3 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St.,
mm 2m JOSEPH COHN.
«* YEARS OLD!
PIONEER
HARNESS and SADDLE tra
MANUFACTORY.
[
S. C. FOY,
importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Re
tail dealer in
Saddlery and Harness of all kinds.
I
Sulk Harness, Trotting Harness, Heavy Draft
Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robes.
Blankets and Whips—in 'act, everything per
taining to ft fi.st-class Scullery House.
THE \ KRV BEST
GENUINE LOS ANCELES SADDLES.
The best brands of Saddle, Harness and
Sole Leather, always on hand and for sale at
wholesale and retail.
HnrnessOlls, ISon j>m A. itia <. kll > (j.
Repairing; Promptly Ooue.
No. 17' JLioa Aiifcelei* SsDrenet,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
1166" Prices as low as any house on the coast.
feblStf
THE ORIENT AL RESTAURANT.
Kept in European Style.
B. FLOTE &C. CASON - - - Prop's
Main street, Signoret's Building, Opposite the
Pico Hone, Los Angeles.
PRIVATE ROOMS
For Families and banquets. All kinds ol"re
pasts prepared for weddings,etc., atextrcraelv
moderate prices.
Board per week $6 to $7
Single meals 50 to 75 cts
Meals by list at very moderate prices.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders received for all kinds of pastry for
weddings, banquets, balls, picnics, etc.
All orders promptly and carefully attended
to. apls tf
TREES, FLOWERS, ETC.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG .
leaveto Infon.i ~c public that
they have for sale n lot or orna-JlRVfif
mental trees, sin'i i ,\\ ci lug-plants in pots.
Everything in the line of
Seeds, Flowers and Plants
Constantly on hand, hnuquets, wreaths,
crosses, etc.. made l> .mler at reasonable
prices at the Garden, W iington street, near
New Commen i.i!. \\ aealso
A Practical Cardener,
Who will lay out and lake caro of gardens,
either by contract, per month, or by the day.
ap7 2m SCHAEFFER & STENGEL.
rAWLY FRUIT DRYER.
Fruit-Growers, Attention!
ALONG FELT WANT SUPPLIED. NO
more loss of fruit or vegetables by decay
or selling below their value. You can dry
your own fruit and get all the profits.
THE STAR FAMILY FRUIT DRYER
Is within the reach of all, and we will guar
antee It to do Its work an well as the Alden or
any ot her process. We are now ready to fur- .
nlsh this muchlueof any size to suit families,
with full Instructions for operating.
County Rights for sale and
AGENTS WANTED
In every county. Samples of fruit and vege
tables dried on the Star Dryer can be seen at
Workman Bros., Main street, and Harper a
■ Dalton's. Downey Block, and a Model Dryer
can be seen at. the residence of E. H. Work
man, In tills city.
For prices and other particulars, apply to
the above-named firms.
Los Angeles, April 1, 1875.
spiff A. C MERRILL.
WORTH KNOWING.
IT IS IMPORTANT FOR A MAN WHO
Wishes lo purchase land and stock to know
where he can get that which is good, inde
pendent of designing men and land-sharks.
I will offer on
Tho ££Ot.li oiT May
ONE HUNDRED ACRES
Ofthe VERY BEST of corn land for sale to
the highest bidder. The sale to take place on
the land, which is located '2% miles Northeast
of Comptou station. I win give a warrantee
deed to the hind. I have first witter right to
die sun Gabriel river, ami there is no question
about, getting arte-ian water al v depth of 100
or 110 feet. Over*2,lHti worth of improvements;
six acres of alfalfa.
N. 8.-If you wish good land and goo., stock
come lo Ln4 sale. The land Is under g< ixl
cultivation, and one-fourth of the cio;> v* ■11
come to the purchaser.
Immediate possession will be given to one
of tho houses on the place. The sale will
commence at half-past oue o'clock on the
!»th of May, 1875.
myll td W. R. MALCOLM.

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