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THE DAILY and WEEKLY HER
ALD has more than double the cir
culation of any other paper published
in Southern California. Business men
recognize it accordingly as the best
advertising medium South of San
FRIDAY OCT. 8, 1575.
NEWS OF THE MORNING.
President Grant is making the tour of Colo
President Grant's speech at liesmoiaea,
lowa, has produced an ucrlmoniotis feeling
between Protestants and Catholics.
A man named P.obert Miller was killed
yesterday morning near Paxton, Illinois, by
Willis Conn, nnd the murderer surrendered
We have an ndditionul report of the fight
ing at Friar's Point in our morning dis
John Garham.of the Gorhani manufactur
ing Company, has failed for WCO.OtX). It does
not affect the com inny.
The specie in tho Hank of Fiance has de
creased 13,708,000 francs during t.ie past week.
The San Jose races yesterday were of an
exciting character, attracting many visitors
:tom nil over the State. •
Prof. Thomas P.yder, of Nottingham, Eng
land, died suddenly in Hartford yesterday.
The Leland family have left New York tor
the Palace Hotel, San Francisco.
Mayor ltryant.ol'San Francisco, Is enjoying
t'.ie freedom of New York.
POM Booth. Every littfe country
newspaper is threatning to have Con
gress take his ranche away from him
now. One of the great guns of San
Francisco sagely remarks that a sav
ing clause in favor of the charitable
grants made by tho unfortunate man
should be inserted.
Santa Barbara is a pretty little vil
lage down by the sea and the visitor
to that cool retreat would hardly sup
pose men's evil passions were ever
permitted to sway them there. But
tho place is human after all. Not
longagoa party of individuals made a
wholesale attack on Johnson of the
Press for which he should i ndulge in
a little free use of a shot gun. Later
another gentleman was assaulted and
last week the local editor ofthe Free*
was made the subject of attack. In
the last instance the attacking party
came out second best with a broken leg.
Santa Barbara editors owe to them
selves not to get thrashed when the
light is anything like even handed
and where it is not they should call in
thoservices'of one of Colt's equalisers.
It Voltaire had been called upon
lo indite a satire on religion in the
most concise form and affective man
ner he could not have surpassed the
designers of the American double ea
gle now turned out by tbe United
States Mint. "In God we Trust"
greets the eye as we gaze upon one of
these splendid coins. We presume it
Is an adaptation of Cromwell's max
im "Trust in God but keep the pow
der dry," to the peaceful walks of life,
counseling an implicit reliance upon
Providence when the wallet is well
lined with specie. We don't exactly
see the necessity of mottoes on the
coin of the realm, but If there must
be one this is perhaps as good as
The Temecula Indians.
The ejectment of the Temkcit.a In
dians from the lands they have occu
pied for many years looks very much
like a perersion of the law. it seems
these natives have resided upon the
land for a sufficient time to acquire a
title by prescription, as they cultivat
ed the soil, and otherwise assorted
ownership. The writ of ejectment
was applied for by tho claimants and
seems to have been speedily issued
and immediately executed. There
was no trial of the case whatever, so
far as repoited, and the Indians were
not represented by any eounsil. Their
request for time to consult their cheif
Oi.eg.vkio was treated with contempt
and they were forthwith driven out.
We yesterday met a resident of Aliso
street, below the railroad, struggling
along under the weight of a huge
demijohn, and artlessly asked whether
It was a christning or a "bach poker
party the "ammunition" was for.
"No" he replied "it is a couple of gal
lons of Cologne water I intend to
sprinkle around my room at night to
drown the oder of that infernal tan
yard." Then, a ghastly smile flitting
over his countenance, he whispered
in our ear. "It is my firm belief that
those fellows are digging up corpses
out of the graveyard and taking the
hides ofl'thetn, for there is no other
way they could get up such an unho
ly smell as the breeze wafts nightly
to my domieil." Ho walked away
looking sad and murmuring. "The
concentrated essence of enough Lim
berger Cheese to freight a thousand
ships cannot equal it."
Guard Against Fire.
Saturday will be the anniversary
of the great Chicago conflagration.
The mention of the great calamity
naturally reminds one of danger in
his own neighborhood. We instinc
tively turn to Los Angeles and in
quire whether there is a possibility
of extensive destruction by the fire
fiend. Our city is built mainly of
wood. The mildness of the rllmnte
dispenses with the necessity of heavy
itructures, and renders the light frame
building preferable to one of stone or
brick. The use of combustible mate
rial of course enhances the danger of
rapidly iv case of a great lire. It
therefore behooves the city authori
ties not to overlook the proper regu
lations relatiug to buildings, tending
to guard against tbe spreading of fire.
Los Angeles is no longer a village.
She unquestionably ranks as a city
and as such requires .stringent ordi
nances for the protection of property.
No one should be allowed within the
municipal limits to construct an edi
fice that endangers his neighbors'
property, anil the stowing of highly
inflaoiable or explosive substances in
thickly settled localities should be
prohibited. In all cities it has been
found necessary to legislate upon
these points. Let our authorities not
delay until a great catastrophe forces
the recognition of the danger.
Will California be Surpassed.
There seems to be an Inexcusable
apathy ainoug our people in relation
to the Philadelphia Centennial Expo
sition, an apathy that is wholly inex
cusable when the impoitamv <>f the
opportuniny for exhibiting tbe resour
ces of our favored state are considered
Tbis exposition will be tho grandest
ever known in thiscountrv, and equal
tbe proudest in the annal of the Old
World. Forty millions of enterpris
ing Amerieans'will make such a show
as all Europe cannot surpass. Every
city, village and hamlet in this great
country will havo its representative!
there, and from all parts of the civil
izep world will come genius, talent
and wealth to witness tbe grand spec
tacle. Tho press in every land will
teem with accounts of tbe display.
Not a single member of tho Union
can equal California in the display of
the products of the earth and the
mine and certainly nouecan approach
her in natural curiosities and wonder
ful spocimens. This Coast can array
a collection that will be the cynosure
ol* all eyes. Her fruits and llowers,
grains and roots, her minerals, her
live stock, and her manufactured pro
ducts embrace almost all that man
seeks in every quarter of th- globe.
Tho intelligent visitor to tbe Exposi
tion who simply glances over the cat
alogue will give the preeminence to
this favored land. Who can estimate
tho vast benefits to Mow from a proper
representation of our resources at Ihe
groat exhibition of Amorscan enter
prise and American wealth? A well
managed collection from ihe single
cmintyof Eos Angeles would be worth
millions to the State. Let our people
then be up and doing. Let California
not be surpassed by any part of this
country at tho national Jubilee, and
let Southern California particularly
show to the world what her climate
and soil are capable of producing.
Our Board of Supervisors have been
remiss in their duties on this score,
it is appropriate in this place to give
them a gentle reminder. The State
Board of Commissioners requested
tho appointment of a sub-Committee
of five by the Supervisors of each
county to assist in the work of select
ing and forwarding collections. No
appointments have yet beeu made in
Los Angeles, and much valuable time
is being lost. Gov. Downey, the
member ofthe State Board from this
district, is doing all in his power to
further the work, and should bo man
The Potato Blight.
Troubles never come singly. Sono
ma county lias been scourged by the
phyloxera, her vineyards being threat
ened with entire destruction, and now
the potato blight has made its appear
ance there. It is also reported In
Humboldt county. It lm folly for the
people of Los Angeles to flatter them
selves that they will not be visited at
some time by these enemies, and it
therefore behooves them to be watch
ful. The cultivation of the Irish pota
toes has suddenly grown to large pro
portions in this section, and anything
which threatens this important indus
try must be regarded with serious
alarm. Southern California is better
adapted to the growth of the potato
than any other part of the I'nited
States'" The yield per acre is from ten
to eighteen tons, which makes this at
the lowest price likely to be reached
a most valuable crop. In very few
parts of the world can (he labor of one
man produce a stable crop valued at
five to .seven thousand dojjars, yet
this is not uncommon among the po
tato growers of Los Angeles. Tbe po
tato disease first made its appearance
in Germany in 1842, spreading to En
gland in IS4.">, and becoming so wide
spread in Ireland in lsl'land '7 as to
cause the great famine in that coun
try. It has existed for many years
in the Westetn States. The origin
and character of this disease and an
effectual remedy have attracted the
attention of the scientific meu of all
civilized countries, and many volumes
have been written upon it. The bet
ter opinion seems to be that it origi
nates from loss of vitality in the seed
caused by continued replanting of the
same stock, and is no doubt partly
caused by too long cultivation upon
the same land. It must be borne in
mind that the tuber or root of the po
tato is not its proper seed, but an ap
pendage of the plant, ami constant re
planting of cuttings of the potato is
therefore continued subdivision of vi
tality, and a point is ultimately
reached when it has not suffi
cient substance Ut reproduce itself,
and thus (alls a prey to disease. The
blight first attacks the leaves; and fi
conflaerrations. Then we aro some
times subject to stiff gates, not so vio
lent ns those which sweep over the
Lake City, it is true, but sufficiently
9trong to cause the flames to spread
nully reaches tbe tuber. In Humboldt
for example, the vines nourished till
near maturity, when they suddenly
wilted nnd died. Our potato grower.-,
therefore should be very careful in the
selection of their seed, particularly
avoiding those from the infected dis
trict, and giving tho preference to po
tatoes from either the States or from
Max 100 or Peru. They should never
plant from tbe growth of their own
lund. Mexico and Peru being the
home of this plant, it would be the
better policy to make arranginents to
secure seed from those countries. A
continued replanting of the same land
in potatoes should be scrupulously
ft Voided. That these precautions will
prove effectual is shown by the histo
ry of Ireland. After the famine new
varieties of potatoes were introduced,
and the stock is replaced from time to
time by importation of fresh seed,
while duo carols taken to properly ro
tate crops, While they have uot been
wholly free from the disease Its rava
ges have been restricted.
KY ATLANTIC AM* PACIFIC 1.1.1 K.
[SPECIAL TO THE HERALD.]
for I.on A-ffrtes.
Calente, Oct. 7.—The following
passengers for Los Angeles loft on
tho Telegraph Stage Line to-day:
The Tweed Case.
Nkw York, October 7th.—Regard
ing Tweed's case, in which the Su
preme Court yesterday decided against
a reduction ofthe bail and furnishing
of a bill of particulars, Wheeler Pack
am, of the prosecuting counsel, con
sidering thnt no appeal can be taken
from the decision, consented that im
mediate steps be taken to bring Tweed
New York, October 7th.—O'Connor
Power, member of Parliament from
England, lectures this evening on tho
condition of Ireland, social, political
and industrial. He also lectures next
Thursday on the Irish members in the
English Parliament, when he will
enter into tbe Home Rule question.
He is stopping at the Fifth Avenue
hotel, and has received invitations to
lecture from all parts of this country.
New YOKK, October 7th. —John
Morrissey publishes a card this morn
ing announcing his antagonism to
Tammany Hall, but declaring that he
will be nominated in spite of Tamma
ny for State Senator from the Fourth
In junction Denied.
Ottawa, HI.. October 7th.— The ap
plication made by the Western Union
Telegraph Coinpauy to enjoin the At
lantic aud Pacific Company from erect
ing a line of wires on tho poles of tho
Chicago and I'aducah road was argued
yesterday and a decision was rendered
ibis morning denying the application.
N kw YoßK.Oetober 7th.—The great
wrestling match between Professor >V.
Miller and Andrew Cristal, which has
been pending for some time, and was
delayed owing to some difficulty in
placing the stakes in the hands of the
final stakeholder, will probably take
place next Tuesday or Wednesday,
the onry difficulty now being the find
ing of a suitable place to wrestle.
A Mere Partisan Tempest.
New York, Oct. 7th.—A dispatch
from Friar's Point claims that the
trouble there is a small affair, and
simply a struggle between rival wings
of the Republican party, through the
efforts respectively of Ames & Alcorn
to control the county of Calhoun in
the coming election. The negroes lack
energy and leadership. It is not be
lieved there will be any serious out
A Bankrupt Treasury.
LONDON, OcL 7th.—A dispatch re
ceived here this morning fron Con
stantinople says the Turkish govern
ment has announced its inability to
redeem Government bonds, but offers
a compromise of half in cash and half
in new five percent, bonds.
Tiie Asiatic Squadron—Court Martial.
Washington, Oct. 7th.—Dispatch
es received at the Navy Department
thfs morning from the Asiatic Station
report the health of tho officers nnd
crews of the station ;. >od.
A general Court-Martial has been
ordered to meet at Newport Barracks,
Kentucky, on the 14th inst., for the
trial of such prisoners as may be
brought before it.
London, October 7th. —The opera
tion of the circular recently issued
respecting the surrender of fugitive
sailors from an English vessel has
been suspended by the Board of Ad
London, October 7th.—The bank
rate has advanced to 2h per cent.;
funds quiet; consols, for money, 94; U.
S. bonds steady; Erie shares, 154, with
sales; French funds quiet.
PARIS, October 7th.—There is loss
animation on the Bourse and In secu
rities. Treasury 5 per cent, loan of
fered at 104 francs, 7o ceutimes.agai nst
104 francs, 92 centimes yesterday;
bonds, guaranteed, 66 franc, - r > cent
%J:fJO .A. Iff*
[SPECIAL TO THE HERALD.]
Dcs Moines, lowa, October 7th.—
The President's speech here is culmi
nating in a hot newspaper discussion
between the Catholics and Protest
Pa.vtoN, 111., October 7th.—Robert
Miller, an old and respected man re
siding near Paxton, was murdered
this morning by Willis Conn, a resi
dent of Champaign county. The Sher
iff met the murderer coming to 9ur
rendei himself. He admitted having j
killed the man, but said he had good
cause, which he refused to explain.
PITTsUI.'RO, Pa., Oct. 7th. — Judge
Ewing,of tbe Common Pleas court, to
day issued an injunction restraining
MeKee Rankin from producing the
play of the "Two Orphans" in this
city. Hedeeldad that under the com
mon law Shook & Palmer, of New
York, who brought the suit, had the
exclusive proprietorship aud right to
produce the play in tbe United
HAKTTORD, October 7th.—Professor
Thomas Ryder, pastor of Storey
Church, Nottingham, Knghtnd, was
found dead in bed al Professor Stowe'l
tins morning. ii<- complained of
heart disease before retiring.
\cw York Scan.
Ni:w York, October 7th. —Mrs. W«r
ren Leland and Warren Leland, Jr.,
left for San Francisco Wednesday
evening. The junior Leland will as
sist his father in the duties of host of
the Palace Hotel.
At a meeting of the Board of Al
dermen to-day, tho Mayor elect, A. J.
Bryant, of San Francisco, was present,
and was extended the privileges of tbe
city. Mr. Bryant returned thanks and
remained during the session, occupy
ing a soat beside President Lewis.
After the adjournment ofthe Board
Mr. Bryant called on Mayor Wiekam
snd renfained sometime In conversa
tion. There was $100,000 in gold re
ceived this morning from San Fran
The Freei<leul*« I'arty.
Dknvkk, Col., Oct. 7th.—The Presi
dent left for Monitou and Caribou yes
terdaj', and will return to-night. A
reception will be given him at tho
Grand Central Hotel to-night. To
morrow be goes to Central City and
Georgetown. President Lincoln's car,
in which his remains were brought to
Chicago, has been placed at his dispo
sal. The President expresses bis sur
prise at the wonderful growth and im
provement of Colorado since his last
Racini;, Wis., Oct. 7th.—A popu
lar merchant vessel for Buffalo ran
hard on Racine reef and stove in her
bottom, which caused her to fill Im
mediately. The tug Wcitzel has gone
to her assistance.
Memphis, Oct. 7th.—A special from
Friar's Point says that Gen. Chalmers
continued in pursuit ofthe negroes on
Tuesday. Frank Scott, a white man,
was fatally wounded by the negroes
on Tuesday. A squad of cavalry un
der Capt. Brirkfl charged on the ne
groes killing three and M ounding ono
and capturing three. Fighting is re
ported at Major Alcorn's, twelve
miles from Friar's Point.
New Yohk, Oct. 7th.—The liabili
ties of John Gorham, of the Gorham
Manufacturing Company, who failed
to-day, is estimated at £600,000; the
cause said to be mining speculations.
The Gorham company is not affected
by the failure.
Paris, October 7th.—The specie in
the Bank of France decreased 15,7.">8,-
OfM) francs during the past wei?k.
Expressly for the "Express."
Editor Herald: I have noticed
considerable nonsense in tho Express
lately with reference to the fig tree 111
Los Angeles, it being claimed that
this tree bears at the age of six or
twelve months. "Now lam favorable
to a legitimate statement of the ad
vantages of this section, but such ri
diculous assertions are calculated to
throw discredit upon all the claims
put forward by the press of our county.
Every fruit grower knows that where
cuttings are put out on which are fully
or partially developed fruit germs
these will mature the following
Spring, just as they would had the
bough remained on the parent tree.
The fruit grower is also well aware
that to allow these original germs to
develop into fruit greatly weakens the
young plant and delays its production
of legitimate fruit, and he therefore
destroys tho germ or plucks the young
fruit as soon as discovered. The fig
does not bear for several years any
crop worth speaking of, and it is folly
to endeavor to persuade people other
wise. The public expect at least com
mon sense of an editor, it nothing
H. Purdy, jr., reports matters at the
Picacho mines as satisfactory. A
clean-up on the 27th gave 46 ounces of
gold from 19 tons of ore.
Miss Fry passed through Yuma by
stage from San Diego, for Florence,
where she takes tho district school.
Mayor Finkley has received from
Washington the patent for the Yutua
The public schools opened on the 4th
The Athens mine smelted 12.') pounds
of rock which yielded 19 pounds of sil
Mr. Piazza, of San Diego, sold out
his load of vegetables and started
home for another cargo.
Matters quiet at Castle Dome, and
Tiie Cocopali and Gila were in port
on the 28th and 30th.
Flour, $4.50(5)5; corn meal per 100
pounds, $10; barley, $5; beef, per lb,
12}; mutton, 20; Irish potatoes, 8;
sweet, <k cabbage, 8; onions (strong),
12i; eggs, per doz., $1; chickens, yel
low legged, 75c; black legs, 50c.
I i-, laJtlGod caused all things to lie.
Both on Ihe earth and In these:),
And mim In- made of common dirt,
(If things more base he made the flirt.
Uoll down demons lv a kettle,
Mash and grind then with a jiestle,
From out the pulp extract the bad
And the essence of a flirt is had.
Deceit and beauty freely blended,
A modesty that's bui pretended.
Conceit und avarice complete a bill,
Our charming, darling tlirtsean fill.
They care for no man's weal or woe,
Tliey like to see men IttfltortfcOUgß,
Their pleasure is their only thought,
Their happiness alune is sought,
Pandora's evils haunt us still,
Alael I fear they always will.
Vet they are blessings rich and rare,
ClMn pared With maidens fnlsennd fair,-
Who lead men on with winning smiles,
Surround Iheh hearts hy practiced wiles,
Tescli them to love, then crush the pas
In iv hearties, cold nnd cruel fashion.
Up the Pole.
Some miscreant exercised bis spirit
of vandalism lately by cutting the rope
attached to the high Hag staff of the
United States hotel. Mr. Mesmer, the
osncr of the United States, was not
satisfied with this arrangement, and,
at first, proposed to climb the pole
himself aud rig the rope, having on a
l»revious occasion reached a point mid
way with telegraph climber, but at
last decided to pay twenty dollars to
the successful climber of tbe pole.
Last evening in the presence of an Im
mense crowd the attempt was made.
Sam Edwards dressed in a linen suit
with a white starched shirt, and no
rosin on his hands, reached within
eight feet of tiie top, and then from
exhaustion had to descend. Mr.
George Dalls, a professional acrobat,
made the next attempt and success
fully placed tbe rope through the
block, one hundred and live feet from
the ground and flung tho hotel Hag to
the breeze. He descended amid the
applause of a thousand spectators, re
ceived his money and Mesmer invited
the crowd in to drink. Mr. Dalls says
that he will bet that his wife will
climb half way to tbe top, and Mr.
Mesmer gallantly offered fifty dollars
if she succeeds in scaling the United
States hotel pole. Taken altogether,
this climbing up a pole one hundred
and five feet high without mechani
cal aids is wonderful and the two gen
tlemen who made the attempt deserve
great praise for the nerve. Mr. Ed
wards, who so nearly succeeded, de
serves equal praise with Mr. Dalls,
and if he had worn woolen clothes
would undoubtedly have succeeded.
Gone to California.
"Where's Colonel Jownes?" risked
the butcher of Mrs. Smith, as she
opened the door in answer to noises
like a mule makes when he walks on
his hands in front of a dash board.
"He's gone to California, T guess,"
was the answer.
"There!" said the butcher, "goes
smother ten dollars' worth of meat to
the land of oranges and lemons; I
wonder who they'll skin when they
all get together out there! When did
"I reckon they went about half past
one, last night—leastways my bus
band heard a noise in there about that
time," she replied.
"Dang me, if I don't prosecute the
hull state of California if another one
goes there without paying up!" said
the butcher as ho went off muttering
and shaking his list.— Kuman.
Will Remain Until Further Notice.
The two weeks time which Dr.
Aborn purposed remaining iv Los An
geles has about expired; but owing to
the fact that his practice has been so
extensive, and evidence that so many
still wish to consult him, he hereby
announces that ho will remain until
further noikte, so that all who wish
may havo an opportunity of consult
We are informed that the new
steamer for the Colorado Steam Navi
gation Company, now building at the
mouth of the river, is expected to be
launched about October 14th.
FOURDRINIKR.—in this city, October 7th,
F. K. Fourdrinier, a«ed about 80 years,
[Canada papers please copy.]
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF ALONZO C. ALLEN, de
ceased.—Notice is hereby Riven by tho
undersigned, Administrator, with tbe will
annexed,ot the estate of Alonzo 0, Allen, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with tho necessary vouchers,
within ten months after the flrst publication
of tliis notice, to tho said Administrator, with
the will annexed, at the office of .1. S. Thomp
son, in the city of Lot Angeles, county of Eos
Angeles and stato of California.
CALVIN L. FORTRIf,
Adlm'r, with will annexed, of A. ('. Allen, de
Dated October 7,15 T.",. ocB <w
COLONIES FOR THE
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO
APPLY TO TIIE AOENTS.
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO:
J. GREBE, National Hotel, Snn Diego City;
W. COUTS.San Luis Hey;
FRANCISCO ESTUDILLO, San Jacinto.
COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO:
RODNEY 11. SHERWIN. San Bernardino;
EMMONS A CUNNINGHAM, Riverside:
LEONARDO COTA, Rlncon.
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES:
11. M. SMITH, Broker and Real EaUt*
FRANCISCO PALOMAREs, San Jose;
TEODORA RIMFRAN, Anaheim.
S. M. BILVA, Manager.
Director of the Cominerelat School of San
Diego, Cal. oc7 lm
MRS. T. J. BAKER,
LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO,
WISHES TO INFORM the ladies of
Los Angeles that she is ready to cut
ami fit Patterns of ail kinds. Children's Pa -
terns a specialty. Also, teaching Ol Mrs. Our
Room "it Etetneh'i Block,cornerCosamef
clal nnd Los Angeles stieets. ocli lm
THE SHARES ofthe Fast Uhi tugeles
Pioneer Building Lot Association will
be distributed at the office of Messrs. Barbeo
A Gates,Oetober'iO'h, at 7 o'clock r. M.
ootid 0. V. PLOKNIS, sec.
JANISSARIES OF LIGHT
BALL AND PICNIC.
THERE WILL BE A
GRAND BALL & PICNIC
Janissaries of Light
I>C> \v 3M EY CITY,
OCTOBER Bth, 1875,
Ttt'KET*, : »:t.50
CO If MITT KB Olf ABB AND EX KWTS.
S. C. Dlefcndorf, B. E. Hives,
L ('. Pollard, John McGarvin,
g. B. Paean.
NEW MUSIC STORE!
SHERMAN & HYDE,
No. 11 Main St., Opp. Pico House,
THE SUBSCRIBER leave tom
I form the citizens ofLoi Angeles and
vicinity that he haa opened n NEW MUSIC
STORK, where will be found a select assort
ment of PIANOS and ORGANS, comprising
the celebrated Weber Pianos and Standard
Organs, which will be sold on easy install
ments at prices that cannot fall to suit. Old
Instruments taken in exchange. Also, :i
good supply of musical merchandiser con
sisting of Guitars, Violins, Strings, Sheet
Music, etc. An experienced Tuner and Re
pairer is connected witli the house.who would
gladly take orders, warranting his work in
Subscribers wanted for SHERMAN A
HYDE'S MUSICAL REVIEW, Price, ?1 50
per year. HENRY NOLTE,
Re2t» Ir Agent.
Mrs. AUSTIN & Mrs. WOOD,
(f necessors to Mrs. Farrell, Laufrunoo block,)
TAKE pleasure lv announcing that they
have removed from their room above
the American Bakery, and will continue the
business heretofore conducted by Mrs.Farrell.
rastiion.-ible Dressmaking, tutting,
PHtlagf, Ac., promptly a(leii<lcil to.
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
Spring Street, Opposite Temple Block.
Miss Hammond has Just opened a New
Millinery store at the above place, and will
keep constantly on baud a choice assortment
of the latest styles of goods. Particular at*
tent ion given to the latest novelties. Also a
Cholee assortment of Pattern Huis and Bon
nets constantly on hand. iclNf
W. G. BOGERT & CO.,
roBMKBtiT Willi PtSHKH A THATCH KB.,
No* 131 Main Street.
T HE ONLY MANUFACTURING Jew-
I elry establishment In Southern Califor
nia who manufacture alt their own goods.
Fine work guaranteed at reasonable prices.
All country orders executed with dispatch.
Send direct through Wells, Fargo A Co.
Diamond Setting & Chains a Specialty.
FANCY & STAPLE GROCERIES.
IMPOIt T E D
Wines, Liquors & Cigars,
NO. 157 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,^
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND annssort.
men! ol the besttlrooeiies to l»- found In
tie town, such as
FOUGHI DE GENOA,
FRENCH PATES AND CONSERVES
Of all kinds, y/lth a full assortment of
Crosse A nlnckwcll'N IMrltlea, Jams
MOCHA, JAVA AND COSTA RICA COF
FEES i Boasted, Green ami Ground),
sbUSED PIGS' FEET, (In »«tf*)
LAMBS' TONGUES, DUTCH HERRINGS,
Fresh Mackerel and Mackerel in Oil,
CODFUH TONGUES and SOUNDS,
Swiss Cheese, Edam Cheese, Petaluraa
Cheese. Pineapple Cheese,
ETC, ETC., ICXC
rTOLCOMB BROS. & CO.
V., SjMJ'FRANCISCb, >'
Send for Circular.
OFFICE OF CHARLOTTE CON
soliilated Gold Mining Co.—the proper
ty of this Company, after consldr rable devel
opment, has yielded returns beyond iluir ex
pectations, and every indication thus far
points to a still more valuable result. The
various ami reported assays and the result by
arastra proves that there is ore yielding from 11
$30 to SiOO per ton, and the Company feel
themselves watranted in the statement thai
these mines are permanent und VBluahtt
ledges. In view of those facts they have au
thorized the sale of a very limited amount ot
stock, for working capital, at $•> per share.
The development of the property will inevi
tably result In the employment of a number
of men In tiie district In which tiiey are situ
ated, and in the end build up aosunpofno
Inconsiderable size, the supplies tor which
must be drawn from our midst. The Direct
ors feel themselves Justified In recommending
this stock to the confidence of the business
mull as well as to the general community ut
Stock can be obtained ol the Treasurer, Mr.
(.'. F. Heinzemnn, or of ihe Secretary at tiie
otllce of the Company, or by application to
Messrs. Barree A Gates, Brokers, A,Commer
cial street. T. S. ST.\S WAY,
J. L W.«ftn, Secretary. au2B ,
ALBERT C. RUXTON,
Land St Minliifr Sui*veyoi* (
U. S. Ocputy Mineral Surveyor.
10 I'KMI'I.K BLACK.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
THK AGENCY OF
THE HALLET DAVIS
It removed from Main nnd second streetsto
IVo, tOO Main mtrcet,
Between First and Second, un Ihe Keel aide,
A. 11. 11AVF.1.1,.
Teacher of Music..
MT PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED*W
21 YEARS OLD!
PION E X X
HARNESS and SADDLE *m
S. C. FO V,
Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale snd Ke«
tall dealer In
Saddlery and Harness of ail kinds.
sulk Harness, Trotting Harness, Heavy i rstt
Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robes.
Blankets and Whips—ln fact, everything per
taining to a tl st-elnss Saddlery House.
THE VERY BENT
CENUINE LOS ANGELES SADDLES.
The best brands of Baddb;, Harness ami
Bole Leather, always on hand and for sale al
wholesale end retail.
Harness oils, Soap» a. in..»•».-. ■•
Itepairlug l'roiuptly Done.
!<i>. It L,ow jViikolch Htreeet
LOS ANGELES, CAL
MW Prleei as low as any house on theeoas
SUCCESSOR TO BHODIUCK A CO.,
At the well known
BOOK AND MUSIC STORE,
Spring atreet* adjoining the POStofSce,
Is offering lohis ft lends and Che public l
general, the llnest assortment of standard
POETICAL and PROSE WORKS,
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Plain
and Musloal Work Boxes, Musical De
canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios,
LADIES' AND (iKNT's WALLETS.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Banjo..
And many other useful articles siillablw h.r
FINK STATION Fit V, BLANK HOOKS
PRATER BOOKS, BIBLES
And hundreds of other articles, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will he spared to meet the want*
ofthe putflic, and I nope to merit a fair shsivi
JanS.tr LEWIS LEWIN
THE OFFICE OF WILSON SEWING
• Machine bus been removed to No. 6 Court
street, nearly opposite the poalofMi-e.
wishing any thing In our line will rind }t tt.
their advautagi.-to gira us a call, as we sell
nothing but the best of goods and at the low,
est possible prices. Needles and attachments
■rail Sewing Machines,and tbe beat of Ma
chine Thread and nil constantly on hsne.
Hive me v cull and satisfy yourselves.
Remember tlje Place,
N0.5 COURT STREET
i.Nearly opposite the PostofJlce).
E. C. ULIDDEN,
leptf-tf General Ag't. *
J. D. PATRICK,
No. 60 Spring St., Los Angeles,
AO E.N T PGR THE
WILL BE IN RECEIPT »f some ofthe
most popular styles of the above favor
ite Piano during the month ot August.
Having engaged the seivices of an expori
enced Piano Maker, lately from the Stetnway
Factory, I am fully prepared to contract with
parties for the thorough repairs of Plan.is, Or
gans and other niusleal instruments. '
Will call at the residence of parties If de
sired and name the prices for tuning aud re
pa is. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. I». I" A I'idt li.
JyM 3m No. co sprlngSt,
" MR. JOE BRESON"
Takes ploasnre iv announcing to the put..) 1,1
Unit he will open on or about the first of Sep
NEW SANTA MONICA EXCHANGE
Where THK BEST oi
wi N h .
liqi: t> itt-i
Can be found. He will be pleased lo meet
his obi friends.
_ JOK BKKSON. i'rop'r.
T. H. Mc.NKLLY, Manager. au2l lm
080. V. JONKS. K. W. KOYFS.
AUCTION & COMMISSION HOUSF
In Houthern California.
Real Estate a Specialty
Furniture, Horses, Carriages aud Merchan
dise liought or sold on commission. Liberal
advances made on consignments.
Regular sale day for Horses, Carriages, Fur
1 Saturday at I I O'clock A. ML
CHARGES ALWAYS REASONABLE.
JONES *% NOYEB,
aplti tf Comer Temple Block and Spring Si.
LOOK TO YOUR FIRK.
GREAT REDUCTION IN COAL!
—FK O M —
$24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quantity, per ton, at
L B. FERGUSON'S, Agent.
Coal yard, Corner of Spring and Court streets,
Los Angeles, Cal.