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THE DAILY and WEEKLY HER
ALD has more than doable the cir
culation of any other paper published
in Southern California. Business men
recognize it accordingly as the best
advertising medium South of San
THURSDAY, ,OCT. 7, 1875.
NEWS OF THE MORNING.
Uulbord's grave Is to be filled with explo
sives so as to prevent any Interference.
Tbe Pacific Refinery and Bullion Exchange
has been incorporated.
The corner-stone of a new Catholic Church
at Castroville has been laid.
A disastrous Are In acoal yard in Pottsville,
Pennsylvania, took place late Tuesday night.
Boss, 1100, COO. No Insurance.
The Friar's Point, Mississippi, troubles are
Tbe New York Herald of yesterday pub
lishes a letter from Wendell Phillips In favor
of Inflation. The Herald condemns his views.
The Labor Convention lv Worcester, Mass.,
yesterday was a fal'ure.
Qalveston has recovered from the lute dis
aster, and business ls very active.
The Supreme Court of New Yorkailirms the
order refusing to reduce Tweed's ball.
The Amorlcm Board of Missions BftSt yes
terday in Chicago.
Andrew J. Bryant, Mayor elect of San Fran
cisco, yesterday Inspected the workings ofthe
Brooklyn Police Headquarters.
A duel was fought near Montreal, by two
Frenchmen, last Monday.
In tho recent fight at Friar's Point, Missis
sippi, between whites and negroes, several are
The soundings in the Pacific ocean
demonstrate the fact that the
temperature of the watej decreasos
with its depth. Excavations in the
soil in all parts or the earth have met
with increased heat at each foot of de
scent, and the artesian water struck
at great depths in Europe is very
It seems that the great chaucellor
of the German empire camv very near
being a French citizen His father,
Colonel Bismark, forced to leave his
country in consequence of a duel, ott
ered his services to the king of Wer
tenburg—Jerome Bonepart—and in
this way became a member of the a r
my ofthe first NAPOLEAN,takingpart
in the Russian campaign. On his re
turn he was near removing to France
and becoming a subject of that coun
try but finally retimed to his home.
Grant's Last Speech.
On Sunday President Grant and
Brioham Yocno stood together on
the car platform at Ogdeu and rode
through the assembled crowd towards
the Mormon city. How the heart of
Ulysses must have swelled within
him as he looked upon the great apos
tle. He did nut speak as he did at Dcs
Moines and so the world must forever
remain in ignorance of what passed
through his mind, we are left to con
jecture. If he had spoke he would un
doubtedly have said:
"Citizens of Utah, lam glad to see
you. I thank you for your attendance.
I came 3000 mile 9to look upon the
mao I regard as the happiest being
on the face of the globe. I refer to
your great chief Brig ham Young. I
say he is happy because he has three
hundred wives. You all know every
wife brings at least two brothers-in
law, to say nothing of her father and
mother. If I had as many brotbers
in -law and fathers-in-law as Biua-
HAM Yocxo, I would never accept an
other present from anybody. I could
appoint them all to some office, and
the Income of the family would be
very handsome. My wife likes her
relations. So do I. My only sorrow
is that there are not more of them.
Whan 1 am re-elected I may remove
to Utah that my brothers-in-law may
become numerous. I bid you good
California wsa cast in a different
mould from that in which the
great republic was fashioned. She is
etnphaticlly sui generis. Nature seems
not only to have lavished her bles
sings upon the golden coast, but she
bestowed her gifts in a different form
than elsewhere. She seems to have
sported with her work here,and devia
ted from her laws just wide enough
to remain within the bounds of mir
culons. She Is prodigious aud won
derful always, and often even ludi
crous. In fact our citizens, naturally
fond of expatiating upon the curiosi
ties and wonders of their glorious
country, have come to be regarded in
other lands as a race of Munchauscns,
and the scientific men of Eurepe are
even prone to account for tbe many
abnormal things related of this Coast
by some peculiar optical delusion or
mental giddiness caused by the dry
ness and brilliancy of the atmosphere.
At least we will anticipate the future
and suppose such a theory as a final
result. We are prepared fully to hear
some enterprising journalist demon
strate that the "big grape vine" of
Santa Barbara sent to the Philadelph
ia Exposition has been manufactured
to order out of all tho large vines in
the State. But the people of this
coast are content to let the balance of
the world remain skeptical if it choose
We can individually rejoice in the
contemplation of our gigantic moun
tains, mammot'i forests, vast sheep
herds, immense beets, great pear?,
stalwart cabbages, dry rivers, mag
nificent vineyards, beautiful orange
groves, and rich bonanza. But there
is a native product that every man,
woman and child on the Pacific coast
will gladly explain to their brethern
in other lands. We might even say
they might go to some expense to dis
seminate information concerning tills
freak of nature. The average citizen
of the world has some conception of
an 'earthquake, and most generally a
well defined idea of a volcano. Heav
ing plains, falling edifices, shaking
mountains, terrified humanity, make
up the idea conveyed by the word
earthquake. It is syuonymous with
horror and destruction. People shrink
from the thought of residence in a
country where such powerful elements
are working beneath them.
The Californian. however, lias a
very mild Idea of tho terriblo visitor.
In fact, he looks upon him with as lit
tle fear as do the school boy visitors to
the menugerie, upon a tame elephant.
We might go so far us to claim that it
has come to be looked upon with a
feeling of affection. Tiie old "fogies"
and sloths in the neighborhood have
their blood stirrerl up a little by the
occurrence, and are temporarily
awakenad to progress and action. The
news gatherer has a sensation to break
the monotony of his routine, and lira,
Pilqaklic is furnished with a topic of
conversation that for a time at least,
protects the character of the neigh
bors. The delightful effects of an elec
tric shock are had gratis, and many an
old renegade gets oil' a first-class pray
er in thehiidstof the confusion. Then
the entire population has the pleasant
surprise on inspection that not oven a
window pane has been broken, and
and can congratulate themselves and
one another on such a miraculous de
liverance. These earthquakes, too,
come so seldom that we suspect the
telegraphic reporters of occasionally
getting up one to attract attention,
and, solicit a little cheap sympathy.
Certain it Is that occasionally a morn
ing journal has the startling headlines
announcing an earthquake jflst as it
went to press, and it is as much news
to the people of the town as to parties
a thousand miles distant. Indeed, we
are prone to believe that some of the
less attractive localities get up earth
quakes to bring in visitors, and it may
hem the distant future that an occa
sional slight shake will be one of the
leading recommendations of a county,
and lands in tho "earthquake belt" be
sought at high prices.'
Seriously considered our people need
give themselves no alarm concerning
the subterranean fires. Though it is
impossible in the present state of our
knowledge concerning the souree9 of
volcanic action to say with certainty
that any particular section will never
be visited by extraordinary convul
sions, we yet have a pretty fair basis
forestablishing the locality of volcanic
disturbance at least for a few centu
ries to come. The plow-share of ruin
has been or will be driven over the
entire face of the globe. At one peri
od or another all countries pass
through the volcanic period. Whan
the work of the secret force is finished
it removes to another locality. The
"volcano's torch" warns mankind of
the existence of the dangerous ele
ment. Where the fires have gone out
iv those great crucibles of nature the
earthquake does not lurk. On this
coast we know that the subterranean
forces have b%en at work for untoid
ages, and having ended their work
left the land fitted in all respects for
the abode of man. We can safely
claim that nature ha 9 finished this
country, and that we are henceforth
safe from the disturbing element. The
grandestmountaln ranges in the world
have been raised up. The ocean bed
has been lifted up to the clouds. With
in the bowels of these grand monu
ments of the power of nature's God
are buried treasures such as never be
fore greeted the eyes of man, while
their rocky bones contain the material
to enrich rhe valleys for millions of
centuries to come. The salubrity of
the climate and the fertility of the
soil could not be improved. The prim
itive races of the continent no doubt
gazed out from the summit of the
Black Hills into the foamiug billows
and saw the Sierras arising from the
seas. This last, best addition to
North America having been finished,
the great power moved stilt towards
the setting sun, nnd is rearing a con
tinent in the center of the vast Pacific.
Kilauea shows its presence 'neath the
surface of the vasty deep. A few cen
turies more and a new world will rise
from the waters, as did Australia.
California occasionally feels the pres
ence of these vast fires in the world's
heart, but only a feeble vibration of
the convulsions far out in the Pacific.
UT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC MM:.
[SPECIAL TO THK HERALD.]
Fur I,on Aag-ele*.
Calente, Oct. s.—Tlie following
passengers for Los Angeles left on
the Telegraph Stage Line to-day:
Mrsßromhill, C Lafton, Rodney Hud
non, W Clark, Mr Smith, Mrs Colby,
H Messe and H McCullough.
Nan FrauclMoo \«•«».
Sax Francisco, October Oth.—The
Pacific Refinery and Bullion Ex
change filed its articles of incorpora
tion yesterday. The purposes of tlie
incorporation are assaying, refining
and trading in pre ions and useful
metals and their ores. Jas. ('. Flood,
Wm. S. O'Brien, Jas. O. Fair, O. R,
Wells aud J. H. Granger are the Di
rectors. Capital stock one million
dollars, divided into one thousand
shares of $1,000 each.
W. Wiley, of respectable appeai
ance, was tried yesterday on the
charge of attempting to outrage Mrs.
M. Whalen, residing on Dora street.
The woman related in court that \\ i
ley, who is acquainted with her hus
i»and,called at the house and luquired
for him. Finding him absent he sat
down and complained of being faint.
He asked Mrs. W lialeu to get him
some beer; she did so, whereupon he
attacked her und attempted to out
rage her. She fought and screamed,
but no assistance came, and in the
meanwhile he choked aud struck her
till blood came. The neighbors found
her lying on the floor insensible. The
prisoner denied the outrage part, and
said they had drank beer together,
atul she began screaming for no appa
rent reason. He will give in evidence
to-day of good character.
Potts ville, Pa., OctoberGth.—Last
evening, about 11 o'clock, the foreman
at Grabber & Knowles' coal yard dis
covered that the breakers had been set
on fire, and on his attempting to put
out the fire two shots Were fired at
htm for tho purpose of intimidating
him, and the incendiaries escaped. In
a few moments the fire hud gained
such heaJwaythat it was impossible
to save anything. The combustible
nature of the contents of Ihe engine
house, consisting of oil,waste, etc., fed
the ilames, and in a few minutes the
whole structure was in flames. Hun
dreds of people were on the spot, but
they could do nothing to save the
building. The loss will reach $100,000;
Fatal < ..al Oil Aceldeut.
Pottsville, October Olh. — Last
evening; about 10 o'clock, a German
woman named Sophia, living at Sha
mockin, was burned by the explosion
of an oil lamp. The lire was extin
guished in a few minutes, but not
until the woman was fatally burned.
She was in the most excruciating
agony all night, and died this morn
Trouble In .lll»slssl|»l»l.
MEMPHIS, Term., October Gtli.—The
latest dispatches from Friar's Point
stale that Sheriff Brown yesterday or
dered an attack on the town by the
negroes, but the latter were driven
back. The whites are organizing
under theconimand of Generals Alcorn
and Chalmers. The Sheriff has fled
It is claimed that telegrams sent re
garding the troubles at Friar's Point
were greatly exaggerated.
Wendell Phillip* on Inflation.
NEW YORK, October 6th.— The Her
ald this morning prints another letter
from Wendell Phillips in favor of
greenbacks. It is addressed to the
Secretary of the United States Legal
Tender Club, at New York, and is in
reply to Carl Schurz's speech at Cin
cinnati, Ohio. He discusses Schurz's
speech at much length and argues in
favor of more greenbacks and less
checks. H* claims that inflation is,
therefore, the first thing to bring us
out. Three per cent, of the business
transactions are by checks, notes and
bills of exchange, while only seven
per cent, are effected by the hank cur
rency and greenbacks, and this is the
corner-stone of their grave charges
against our present custom of finances.
Regarding Schurz and his argument
that if the Government Increases the
number of greenbacks they will depre
ciate and gold advance, Phillips says
that inflation is a system that does not
contemplate any necessary increase of
the whole currency, made up by bank
bills, greenbacks, deposits and bills of
exchange, but to have more green
backs and less checks, more Democ
racy and less aristocracy iv the money
market. He quotes from the history
of Great Britain and France that an
issue of irredeemable currency would
not involve the country in a vortex of
profligacy and corruption.
The Herald editorially discusses
Phillips' letter at length, and says the
use Mr. Phillip." makes of the recent
financial history of Fiance, as argu
ment asainst Schurz's speech is soph
istry which will collapse like a glit
tering bubble the moment it is touch
ed. This branch of his argument, the
Herald says, is unfit for a gentleman
of his intelligence. The Herald also
publishes a letter of General Butler to
the Secretary of the same club, dated
Boston, Sept, 20th, on the subject of
the reduction of values of property in
this city, and on the slavish condition
of the working class. They will sub
mit to anything for work. He asks
how long ihall such things be? He
says the working men will be obliged
to call for their wages Invested in the
savings banks, fcnud when that call
comes the money lenders at usury
must stand from under, or may find
themselves as much broken in spirit
as the workingmen are now. The
Herald comments on his promised
address to the Board of Trade.
Hoy Orowned—Corner Stone l.nlit
Castrovim.e, Oct. 6th.—Three boys
from this place went in swimming yes
terday In Salinas river, about two
miles from here. One of them, nam
ed Joseph Madison, aged 16, got be
yond his depth, and being unable to
swim, was drowned. The Coroner's
Jury rendered a verdict of accidental
The Catholics of this place laid the
corner stone of their new church yes
terday. The ceremonies were impres
sive. One Bishop, six Priests, a band
of music and a large concourse of peo
ple from this and adjoining towns were
Montreal, Oct. fith.—lt is reported
that tho authorities of the Institute
( unadienne have been in communica
tion with the Navy Department at
Washington in reference to the use of
the most efficient self-explosives, to be
used in Guihord's grave to prevent its
being tampered with after burial. Two
hundred picked men will, it is report
ed, be sent from the Governor-Gener
al's foot guard to be present at the bu
rial of Guihord's remains.
Worcester, Mass., Oct. 6th.—The
Labor Convention is in session to-day.
It is a failure, only fifteen or twenty
delegates being present. The proceed
ings thus far being unimportant.
S:3O A. M.
[SPECIAL TO THE HERALD.]
( nil,•)!;<' Temperance Society. .
Cincinnati, October Cth.—The fifth
annual meeting of the Catholic Total
Abstinence Society convened here to
day. A large number of prominent
delegates were present from all parts
of the country. The procession was
quite large, notwithstanding the in
clemency of the weather.
A C'lg-nr Derision.
Washington, Sept. 6th.—Attorney
General Bear has been called upon to
decide a knotty problem. The exist
ing law requires that all cigar boxes
be stamped in letters produced by
burning with a rod of iron with the
manufacturer's name and the location
of his collection district. It has been
discovered recently that paper boxes
have been largely used by the manu
facturers. They claim that to comply
with the law ruins the box,as the im
pression is so light, if care be taken to
prevent the destruction of the box,
that the inscription is scarcely dis
cernible. The Commissioner of In
ternal Revenue is of the opinion that
a strict application ftf the law to such
boxes is iiuprat'lit'ntib', and he has no
authority to allow it substitute to be
used; but he has asked tiie Attorney
General if he has such right.
New York, Oct. Oth.—The yacht
race between Estelle and Resolute to
day, being the first of a series of four
races, was won by Estelle by one min
ute on time allowance.
Eire Engineers' Conveutlost.
New Yoke, October 6th.— To day
was the third day of the Fire Engi
neers' Convention. The Committee
on General Topics reported a series of
subjects for debate, which occupied
several hours. The delegates were in
vited to bo present to-morrow to wit
ness the presentation of tho Bennett
medals to members ofthe city fire de
A Naval Officer Dead.
Brooklyn, Oct. 6th.—James Ly
saght Plunkett, late Master In the U.
S. Navy, died at his residence to-day,
Memphis, Term., October 6th. —In a
fight at Friar's Point yesterday eight
negroes and one white man are report
ed wounded. Sheriff Jones is also
wounded. At Johnstown, fourteen
miles East, the negroes are reported
to be re-organizing. Business is sus
pended. Squads are going from the
hill counties on both sides from Hel
ena. There has been no fighting to
day. The war grew out of Ames nnd
The Tweed Cane.
New York, October 6th.—The de
cision of the Supreme Court was given
to-day affirming the order refusing to
reduce the $2,000,000 bail in the Tweed
case and making an order to bring the
bill of particulars to be furnished by
Ttie Late Stortn.
New Orleans, October 6th,— The
bridge over the bay at Galveston is
repaired and trains are running regu
larly. In the city scarcely any traces
remain of the effects of the storm.
Business is very active iv all branches
of trade. Contributions are coming
in from all sections for the sufferers,
and are being forwarded to points
where most needed. Galveston har
bor has been greatly benefited by the
storm, having been washed and re
opened. There are now 14 to 15 feet
of water on the bar.
A Distiugniwhed Visitor.
New York, October 6th.—Andrew
J. Bryant, Mayor elect of San Fran
cisco, to-day Inspected the workings
of the Brooklyn Police Headquarters,
in company with Hon. Wm. M. Call,
of the Board of Education, and ex-
School Commissioner Daniel S. Lot.
Mayor Bryant expressed himself much
pleased. Ou Friday evening the resi
dent Californians, together with prom
inent New Yorkers, will entertain
Muyor Bryant with a complimentary
dinner at the Windsor Hotel.
Chicago, Oct. Cth.—The American
Board of Missions listened to a paper
this morning by Secretary S. D. Treat,
on the proposed modification of organ
ization of the Board. Two modifica
tions were considered on enlarging of
the privileges and powers of honorary
members, another was, bringing of
various ecclesiastic bodies into closer
relation to the Board. Certain minor
modifications tending toward these
two great changes might be beneficial
Worcester, Mass., Oct. 6th.—The
Labor Reform Convention, which met
here to-day was thinly attended, only
twenty-one persons present, includiug
seven reporters. Thos. Chamberlin,
of Boston, was chosen President, and
made a speech alluding to the great up
rising of the labor reform party ren
dering it inexpedient to make nomina
tions for State officers. The speaker
denounced Gov. Gaston for ordering
out the militia to preserve peace at
Fall River. Resolution adopted de
nouncing capitalists and monopolists.
Wendel Phillips was nominated for
Philadelphia, October 7th.—The
veterinary surgeons state that eighty
per cent, of the horses In this city are
now suffering from the epizootic.
Racing- in New Hampshire.
Manchester, N. IL, October 6.—
The attendance at the second day's
trotting of the Fall meeting at Merri
mac River Park was large.
The first race was for a purse of $300
for 2:12 class. Thirteen entries were
made. The race was won by Whisper.
Time, 2:41, 2:39, 2:39 and 2:40.
The second race was for a purse of
$300, for 2:34 class. Won by Jo Frank
lin. Time, 2:38, 2:37, 2:38.
The horse disease prevails here. A
number of horses have died and many
more are sick.
Halifax, N. S.,Octobcr Bth.—Chaf.
Macauley, of French Cross, was killed
on Friday by being thrown from a
The late gale was severely felt on
the New Foundlaud coast, aud some
fishing boats lost. The coasting
steamer Oriel was lost near Red Bay.
Montreal, Oct. oth.—Two French
gents named DeGeorgeand Ravet left
town on Monday to fight a duel. They
fought with swords according to
French rule. Ravet was badly but
not dangerously wounded.
London, Oct. 7. —A dispatch from
Bayonne states that Alfonso has of
fered Don Carlos an ample annuity,
payable from the royal exchequer with
the title aud rank of an Infante, if he
will cease the war. The offer has
been refused by Don Carlos, who has
Intimated his determination to contin
ue war to the end.
The Porte, acting under advice of
England, has refused to accept any
further intervention in Herzegovina
trouble. The insurgents have been of
fered general amnesty if they will lay
down their arms.
To the Afflicted.
[From the Wilmington Enterprise.!
Dr. Aborn, who has acquired great
celebrity as an oculist, aurist, catarrh,
throat and lung physician, is at the
Backman house, Los Angeles, where
he will remain about two weeks .The
Doctor has for several years devoted
special attention to the treatment of
chronic nasal catarrh, deafness, all
diseases of tho eye, ear, head, throat,
organs of the chest, and affections of
tho nervous system. We have read
many of his testimonials, which are
from the first men of the nation, all of
whom clearly testify to his superior
knowledge and medical skill in the
treatment of his specialties. Those of
our community who are suffering
from any of tbe above-named diseases
should consult Dr. Aborn. Many of
his cures have been wonderful, and
some of them have been effected in a
space of time that is almost incredi
ble. Consult him by all means. He
will do you good.
San Bernardino Items.
The San Bernardino Argus furnishes
the following interesting items:
Captain Pishon has the finest lot of
Flaming Tokay grapes that we have
ever seen. We brought one bunch in
from his vineyard that weighed 6J
Santa Barbara has sent her big
grape vine to the Centennial Exposi
tion. We hope Maj. Hair's will send
the stock of his big sunflower, that
measures seventeen inches in circum
An artesian fountain has broken up
through the crust of the earth ou Mnj.
Harris'lot, in our city. We say "ar
tesian," as the water of the flowing
fountain has a temperature of 92°, the
same as that of our artesian wells.
Arrivals yesterday from San Fran
cisco by Coast Line Stage: H X Mc-
Luna, F Denison and C E Kennedy.
From San Louis Obispo: GII Cof
Arrivals by Telegraph Stage Line
yesterday morning from San Fran
cisco: C M Lombard, Mr Snell, Nels
P Nelson, N M Patterson, Wesley
Clark, J C Vaunee and L Michaes.
Departures this morning for San
Francisco by Telegraph Stage Line:
J Gray, JCohn, Mrs A Given, Win
Harper, J T Harper, S C Foy, Chas J
Barher, Mr Sharrocks and Henry
Fires are raging from the Cahuenga
to the hills West.
THE STAR FRUIT DRYER.
This Dryer Commend* Itself to every person
who examines it. Every furuiiy who has un
orchard, vineyard or garden ought to have
one. It will supersede the canned fruit, ns
fruit aud vegetables dried on this machine
retain their freshness, and If soaked In water
thirty minutes before Booking they are as
sweet and fresh el those direct from the gar
Now while there is no sale for grapes, one
of these machines will be worth a thousritid
dollars on a vineyard iv making Raisins.
With one of these machines you nre Inde
pendent of the local market.
J. R. BRIERLY
B . L . PEEL.
COLONIES FOR THE
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO
APPLY TO THE AGENTS.
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO:
J. GKEBE, National Hotel, San Diego City;
W. COUTS, San Luis Bey;
FRANCISCO ESTUDILLO, San Juelnto.
COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO:
RODNEY R. SIIERWIN, San Bernardino;
EMMONS A CUNNINGHAM, Riverside;
LEONARDO COTA. Rlneou.
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES:
H. M. SMITH, Broker and Real Estate
FRANCISCO PALOMARES, San Jose;
TEODORA RIMFRAN, Anaheim.
8. M. BILVA, Manager.
Director of the Commercial School of San
Diego, Cal. oc7 lm
MRS. T. J. BAKER,
LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO,
WISHES TO INFORM the ladles of
Lot Angeles that she l< ready to cut
and fit fattenis of alt kinds. Children's Pa -
terns a Specialty. Also, teaching 01 Mrs. Cur
Room M Helnch'i block, corner Comnusr
cial and i.os A lute let Streets. oc6 lm
THE SHARES ofthe East Los Augeles
Piom-er Building Lot Assoc.at ion will
beillstribut d at theoftlos of Me»srs. Rarbeo
& Gates, October 26 b, at 7 O'clock P. M.
octild O. V. PL'INN is, Sec.
JANISSARIES OF LIGHT
BALL AND PICNIC.
THERE WILL BE A ,
GRAND BALL & PICNIC
Janissaries of Light
OCTOBER Bth. 1875.
COMMITTER OK ARB ANOKMENTS.
S. C. niel'e'ndoi'f, B. E. Blves,
!.. o. Pollard, John McGarvin,
G. B. Pagan.
SHERMAN & HYDE,
No. 11 Main St., Opp. Pico House.
THE SUBSCRIBER heal leave to ln-
I form tlie citizens of Los Angeles nnd
vicinity thin he bus opened a NEW MUSIC
STORK, where W ll be found a selec' assort
ment of PIANOS and ORGANS, comprising
the celebrated Weber Pianos and Standard
organs, which will be told on ensy install
ments at prloea that cannot tail to suit. Old
instruments taken In exchange. Also, a
good supply of musical meichandise, con
-Is ing of Guitars, Violins, Strings, Sheet
MU»io, etc. An experienced Tuner nnd Re
pairer is connected with the hou e.whO would
gladly take orders, warranting his work iv
e\ cry en-e.
Buoacrlbera wanted for SHERMAN A
HYDE'sI MUSICAL REVIEW. Price, $150
per year. HENRY NOLTE.
new tf Agent.
"Mrs. AUSTIN & Mrs. WOOD,
(successors to Mrs. Farrell,Laufranco block,) j
TAKE plesiure In nnnounc ; ng that they ]
have removed from their room above
tiie American I'nkery, and will continue ihe
business neretofoie conducted by Mia.Farrell.
Fashionable Drr»siiii\lt lug, Cutting,
rttllMH, Ac, promptly attended to.
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
Spring Street, Opposite Temple Block.
Miss Hammond lihs just opened n New
Millinery Stoic at the above place, and will
keep constantly on Hand a choice rsso tinent
of the latest styles of goods. Partieulnr ai
tentlon civen to t! o latest novelties. \t c o a
clioic assortment of Pattern lle.ts and Bon*
netaconstantly on hand. selMf
FOBMEKI.Y WITH PIgHVH * THATCH KB,
No. 131 Main Street.
THE ONLY MANUFACTURING J"w-
I elry establishment in southern Califor
nia who manufacture all their own goods.
Fine work guaranteed at teaaon.bte prices.
All country orders executed with dispatch.
Send direct through Wells, Fargo A Co.
Diamond Setting & Chains a Specialty.
B. BTIEB EL,
FANCY & STAPLE GROCERIES,
Wines, Liquors & Cigars,
NO. 157 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,|g
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND ar*assort
ment ol ii,e b4stUivccr.es to be found in
the town, such as
FOUGHI DE GENOA,
FRENCH PATES AND OfUV-LHVES
01 ail kinds, with n run assortment of
Crosse A IRnekwcll's Pit-Lies, Jams
MOCHA, JAVA AND COSTA RICA COF
FEES (Roasted, Green and Ground),
SOUSED PIGS' FEET, (In kegs)
LAMBS* TONGUES, DUTCH HERRINGS,
BARDELL AN, AN I'HO VIES,
Fresh Mackerel and Mackerel in Oil,
CODFISH TONGUES and SOUNDS,
Swiss Cheese, Edam Cheese, Pela'uma
Cheese, Pineapple Cheese,
ETC., ETC, KTC
Send- for Circular.
OFFICE OF CH AR
solidated Gold Mining Co.—The proper
ty of this Company, after considerable devel
opment, lias >leldi d returns beyond thelrex
peciaUons, and every indlestioii thus far
points to n still more valuable result. The
various and reported assnysand tiie result by
arnstra proves that there is ofc yielding from
S3O to SlGu per ton, and the Company feel
themselves watranled in the statement linn
these mines are permanent and valuable
ledges. In view of those facts they have au
thorized the stile of a very limned amount ol
sioek. for working enpitat, nt $5 per share
The development of tin- propeiiy will inevl-
Miily result In I he employment of a numbei
of men in the district In which tliey are situ
ated, and In the end build up R camp , f no
Inconsiderable siz--, the supplies for which
must be drawn from our midst. Th«» Direct
ors ferl themselves jus'lfied In recommend! nr
this stock to the conHdence of tlie business
mon a< well as to the 'general community o
Stock enn be obtained of the Treasurer, Mr.
C. F. Heinzemnn, or of ihe Secret my ut Ihe
olhVe of the Coinpiinv, or i>y application V
Messrs. Rart cc A Gates, Brokers,BsCommer
cial street. T. S. STAN WAY.
J. L. WitED. Secretary. am»
ALBERT C. RUXTON,
Ijiikl .V MinintrSurvoyor,
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. .
40 Ttfll'l.K BLOCK.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
THK AGENCY OK
THE HALLET DAVIS
IP I o « ,
Is removed from Main ami Second streets to
IVo, 100 Main Street,
Ret ween First and Second, on the East side,
nearly o,>pos.te. A. 11. lIAVEI.I..
Teacher of Music.
jWPIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED"**
PION X X R
HARNESS and SADDLE *m
S. C. W O IT ,
Importer, Manufacturer, Whole-ale nnd Rc<
tall dealer In
Saddlery and Harness of all kinds:
Sulk Harness, Trotting Harness, Heavy bruit
Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robes.
Blankets and Whips—lv fact, everything poi
tainingtoa n st-cluss Saddlery House.
THE VERY BEST
GENUINE LOS ANGELES SADDLES.
The best brands of Safldlo, Ilarue** aud
Sole Leather, always on hai. J and for sale at
wholesale and retail.
HarnessOlls, Moaps Ac BlMkttrg
Repairing Promptly Bnue.
NOi 1? 1..0* Angeles Wtrfwl
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
o*" Prices as low as any house on the cons
LEWIS LEWIN ,
SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK a CO.,
At tho well known
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE,
Sprinc streot. adjoining the Postoflk-e,
Is offering to his friends and the public (
general, the llnesl assortment of Standard
POETICAL and PROSE WORKS,
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Plain
and Musictil Work Boxes, Musical De
canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios,
LADIES' AND GENT'S WALLETS.
Guitars, Violins, Aeeordeons, Ranjos,
And many otner useful articles suitable fur
F4NR STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS
PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES
And hundreds of other articles, too numei
i otis to mention.
No pais* will he spared to meet the want*
of the public, and I hope to merit a fair slisiv
jan 3-tf LEWIS LEWIN.
THE OFFIOE OF WILSON SEWING
I Machine ha* been removed to No. o Court
street, nearly opposite the postortiee. I'nrtlei,
wishing anything in our line will find it to
their advantage to give us a call as we sell
nothing but tfie besi of goods nnd a' tho low
est possible nrlecs. Needles and i ttichment*
•rail.Sewing Machines, and the oeat of Ma
chine Thread and Oil .constantly on hand.
Give me a call und suttsty yourselves.
Remember the Place,
No. 5 COURT STREET
(Nearly opposite the PostofHce).
E. C. GLIDDEN,
sopt7-tf Qeoeral Ag't.
J. D. PATRICK.
No. 60 Spring St., Los Angeles,
AGENT FOR THE
WILL BE IN RECEIPT of some ofthe
mo<t popular styles of ihe above favor
ite Piano during the month oi August.
Having engaged the sei vices of an experi
enced Piano Maker, lately from the Stelnway
Factory, I am fully prepared to contract with
parlies Air the I borough repairs of Planus, Or
gans and other musical instruments.
Willciillat tbe residence of parties if de
nied and name the prices for tuning and re
pa rs. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. I>. PATRICK,
Jy3o 3m No. 60 Spring St.
MR. JOE BRESON ~
Takes pleasure lv announcing to the publle
that he will open on or about the first of Sep
NEW SANTA MONICA EXCHANGE
Where TIIE BEST of
Ij I Q t? ORB
Can be found. He will be pleased to meet
his old friends.
JOE BBENON. Prop'r.
T. H. McNELLY, Manager. au2l lm
GEO. JS. JOXEft. B. W. NOTCH.
AUCTION & COMMISSI ON HOUSE
In Houtliern California.
Real Estate a Specialty
Furniture, Horses, Currlages and Merchan
dise bought or sol i on commission. Liberal
advances made on consignments.
Regular sale day for Horses, Currlages, Fur
Saturday at I I O'clock A. Ml.
CHARGES ALWAYS REASONABLE.
JONES A NOYES,
aplS tf Corner Temple Block and Spring St.
LOOK TO YOUR FIRE.
GREAT REDUCTION IN COAL!
— FROM —
$24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quantity, per ton, at
I. B. FERGUSON'S, Agent.
Coal yard, Corner of Spring and Court streets,
Los Angeles, CaL