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VOLUME 11.
Is Published evoiy morning except Monday
by
THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO.
OFFICE-Hcrnld Steam nook anil Job
Printing- House, Spring street, opposite the
Court House.
TERMS:
Per annum, by mail or express 510
Six months " " t)
Three months " " • 3
Delivered liy carriers, per week, 25 cents
THE WEEKLY HERALD
Is published every Saturday morning.
TERMS.
Oneyenr.bv mail orexprcss,slngleoopv...*3 00
Six months, " " " " ... 175
Three " " " " " ... 100
Advertisements Inserted nt reasonable rates
All Kinds of Joh-Work clone to Com
pete with Nan Francisco in Price,
Style, and Elegance of Workmanship.
Latest Telegrams.
TROUBLE IN THE SOUTH.
MURDEROUS SCENES.
COUNSEL FOR BEECHER.
The Vermont Election.
INDIAN OUTRAGES.
EASTERN.
The Military Called Out.
New YORK, September 2.—The Gov
ernor of Louisana has called out an
extra regiment of State militia to pre
vent disturbances in and around New
Orleans.
Bceclier's Counsel.
New York, Sept. 2.—General Tracy
has been retained a» Beecher'B counsel
in the suit with Tiiton.
Wool Market.
New York, Sept. 2.— The Philadel
phia wool market is Arm; California,
35(5>55c. as to quality,
A New Administration Organ lv New-
York.
Chicago, Sept. 1. —A Washington
special says the establishment of a
new Administration organ in New
York city is now conceded to be a fixed
fact. The presses are building and a
part of the Herald building on Nassau
street has been secured for an oiHce.
The new paper will be known as The
Republic, and will be of the size and
:style of tlie Herald. The stock is put
at $500,000, which will be all taken at
.once. Plenty of money is ready in tho
hands of the* projectors of the enter
jprise. Tlie first number will be issued
either on the 14th or 21st hist., witli
C. C. Norvell, the financial editor of
tlie Times, as principal editor, and Mr.
Westleigh, the original projector of the
Times, as business manager.
More Trouble In tlie Kontli.
Chicago, Sept. I.—A Washington
special Bays that authentic informa
tion was received by the Postoflice De
partment to-day to tlie ellect that ou
Friday a train on the Albermarle and
Chattanooga Railroad was stopped by
means of false signals at the Yonk
Station, Alabama, and that immedi
ately on its halting it was taken pos
session of by a band of armed men,
who shot down the colored mail agent
without provocation. Congressman
Jlayes of Alabama confirms this story,
and adds much more of the same sort.
Official dispatches were received to
day saying that yesterday a body of
armed whites surrounded tlie colored
church in Lee county, Alabama, while
services wero in progress and without
the slightest provocation fired int.© the
audience, killing four outright. In
addition to this, the Alabamans have
stories to tell of intimidation of both
white and colored Republican speak
ers—whites being visited at their
homes by armed men and warned not
to speak, and colored orators being
driven from the platform in full view
of the audience by tlie same means.
A Negro Riddled.
Harrisburg, Pa., Sept. 2.—While
the negro, who attempted to outrage
a girl five years of age and then killed
her, was being taken to the Towanda
jail, a mob took him from the officers
and riddled him with bullets.
Vermont Election.
New Yobk, Sept. 2.—Returns from
the Vermont election are incomplete,
but show only a small falling off of
Republican votes on the State ticket,
although the Democrats have elected
representatives in many of the larger
towns and cities.
Indian Murders.
Chicago, Sept. 2.—A party of six
surveyors, from Lawrence, Kansas,
were killed by Indiaus last Wednes
day near Fort Dodge.
FOREIGN NEWS.
Troubles ol' the CarllHts.
London, Sept 2.—The Carlists are
despairing of taking Plugcerda by as
sault, and are preparing to burn tlie
town with incendiary projectiles.
The Carlists were defeated Sunday,
near Sco de Urgel, with a loss of 400
killed and wounded.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Warm Weather — Steamer Arrival —
Collision and Wreck.
San Francisco, Sept. 2. — The
weather to-day is. very warm, tho
thermometer marking 73 degrees in
the shade. .
No verdict has yet been rendered in
the Gonzales murder case.
The U. S. steamer Tusearora which
was sent out to take soundings for the
cable from this coast to Japan, is com
ing into the harbor; also tho Howell
Sprague, from Puget Sound.
On July 11th, near Bird Island, in
the Australian seas, the American
hark Sierra Nevada, ran into and sunk
the brig Ueorge H. Peake. Tho offi
cer and crew of tlie latter vessel were
saved.
SAN BERNARDINO.
A Man Found 9>—4 imit of the »■>■
posed Murdorer.
San Bernardino, Sept. 2.—A man
named John Smith was found dead
Monday night, near the house of Wm.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Bonner, Holcomb Valley. His head
was cut with an axe. Bonner has
been arrested and lodged in the San
Bernardino jail.
Negro Troubles in Louisiana.
New Orleans, August 29th.—The
Picayune this evening reports that a
dispatch has been received from
Shreveport stating that a large body
of negroes had assembled at Coushat
ta, a town in the Red river country,
near Colfax, and that great alarm and
consternation prevailed among the
whites. Gov. Kellogg's private secre
tary, in reply to an inquiry of the As
sociated Press agent with regard to
tlie report, says it is not credited by
tlie Executive, and that the only
foundation for it is that the Sheriff at
Coushatta has summoned a posse of?
66 persons—ls whites and 60 colored —
to defend the parish officers in case
any attempt is made to force them to
tesign.
Lader dispatches from Shreveport
this evening confirm the first reports
of the trouble at Coushatta, and state
that a courier who arrived at Shreve
port this evening says the negroes are
constantly receiving reinforcements
from all quarters. The town is guarded
by 200 whites, who ask help. A cour
ier from Minden. Webster Parish,
brings substantially the same report.
Forty men left Cotton Paine this
morning for the scene of conflict.
Seventy left Shreveport this afternoon
and more are to follow to-night. Re
inforcements have also gone from
Minden.
A letter from a gentleman at Robin
son's place says a conflict is inevita
ble, and he thinks it cannot be de
layed longer than to-night. The black
population of Red River Parish out
number the whites three to one. Cou
shatta is 50 miles from the nearest
telegraph station, and it is not proba
ble that further news will be had to
night.
New Orleans, August 29.—Later—
A dispatch from Shreveport says that
a courier just in from Coushatta re
ports the troubles ended and the town
quiet. The negroes, left without a
leader, dispersed. One white man
and two blacks were killed.
A man named John Shearer, while
at work in the Phoenix mine at Ply
mouth, Amador county,last Saturday,
had his skull fractured by the falling
of a rock from a bucket of quartz
which was being hoisted out of the
shaft, from the effects of which he
died next day.
111 the highest portion of the Sierra?,
in Fresno county, where timber
abounds, fully one-third of the pine
trees have in places been struck by
lightning this season, and in some
places acre after acre of enor
mous pines has been prostrated by the
fury ofthe storms that have prevailed
there this season.
The Bazaar, is now giving 12 yards Best
American Prints for SI. Also, six yards 4-4
French and American prints for $1. At. the
corner of Main and Requena stroets, oppo
site tlie U. S. Hotel. *
Everybody Is wondering Why tho BAZAAB
Is selling; their goods so cheap. The reason is
they must, clear out their Spring and Sum
mer goods to make room for the immense
stoc.c of Fall and Winter goods wliic'li they
will soon receive. •
SOCIETY NOTICES.
~T. O. O. F.
Augellta Lodge No. 105. i. o. o. P.—
Regular meeting! of this Lodge are held every
Monday evening at S o'clock, at Odd Fellows'
Hall, Downey Block. Visiting and sojourn
ing lirothers in good standing are invited to
attend. I. .1. SMITH, N. G.
K. A. Prbuss, Jr. R. s. au9
Masonic Notice.
I.os Angeles Lodge No. 42, F. A A. M.—
Tlie stated meetings of tills Lodge are held on
tho first Monday of each month at 7:31' l*. M.
Members of Pentnlpha, No. 202, and all Mas
ter Masons In good standing are cordially in
vited. H. C. FOY, W. M.
Chas. Smith, Secrctarv. a»2S-ly—B
~~ LOS AN6ELEB_AGEriCY.
A Most Valuable Discovery!
The Babcock Fife Extinguisher,
The Best Protection Against FIRE,
and the
Most Efficient and Sure Destroyer of the
"Soale Bug;/'
The chemicals used d» not injure the bark
or fruit and two or three upplicutlons will
cleanse the worst affected trees.
The ordinary charge Is Certain Death to
SQUIRRELS. ANTS &C.
The certificates of Mr. J. De Barth Snonn,
Col. E. J. C. Kewen, and other gentlemen,
can be seen at the ofliee ofthe Agent.
AGENCY FOB
DIEBOLD NORRIS & Co,'s
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, Combi
nation Locks and Vault Door,
Tlie beut aud most RELIABLE Safes In the
market.
WEAVER & TAYLOR'S
Celebrated Carbolized Rubber Hose.
This Hose will be furnished in all sizes and
in such length as may be required, at San
Francisco Prices.
Crofutt's Life Protectors, Rubber and
Leather Buckets &c, &c.
KOIiC AUENT FOB THE
Safety Inkstand, Hurricane Cigar Light
ers, Burglar Alarms.
- ALSO THE —
Vernon Mineral Water,
A sure cure for Indigestion, Constipation,
Piles, and all affections of the Kidneys or
Livei. \V. BOBROWE, Agent,
53 Main St., rear of Telegraph ofllce,
aug2B-0m Los Angeles.
N. H. Mitchell's
LIVKIt A STABLE
CENTER STREET, ANAHEIM, CAL.
llaving thoroughly refitted my Livery
Kiuble, I am prepared to furnish Saddle
11-rses or Single and Double Teams, on short
notice. I otter great inducements to Travel
ers. Horses kept by the day week or month.
Terms reasonable. JylStf— 1%
DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT
SUITS MADE TO ORDER AT THE MOST
reasonable terms. Wrappers and dresses
cut and basted. Perfect satisfaction given.
Also,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
Made to order. Sixth street, opposite the
Collegr. aug2o:lm*
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1874.
BUSINESS CARDS.
8. WORMS,
ATCHMAKER and JEWELER
Vnrioty Store,
Hun rcmnndo, Cal. Jyl'jtM'.j
J. C. ALLEN,
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, COM
mereinl street, opposlto Hellman, Huns
A Co.'s. Repairing promptly nnd neatly
done. mrl2-ly— %
J. BTRELITZ.
MERCHANT TAILOR, AND FASHION
ABLE CLOTHIER.
No. 73 Mnin Street, in front of the
Orient Saloon, Ilonncy lilock.
A large stock of the newest Cloths. Good
fits guaranteed. mrl'f-tf—2
S. H. BUCHANAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Successors to Buchanan A Huskins.
TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS
Kj of Bulldlugand satisfaction guaranteed.
Headquarters at the Corner of Second and
Fort street. ap2s-tf—3
C. F. HEINZEMAN & CO.,
Successors lo J. B. SAUNDERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
T%t Mnin Street,
LOS ANGELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, tho
PUREST L.IUGS and PATENT .MEDICINES
of all kinds, iter Prescriptions carefully com
pounded day and night. no2-tf—3
FORWARDING & COMMISSION.
HELLMAN, HAAS & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission
MERCIIAN TS,
HAVE FOR SALE
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THE BEST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of the choicest Imported Brands.
PAINTS, OILS, DOORS ANI> SASHES,
BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
14 and 16 Los Angeles and Commercial St
LOS ANGELES. no3tf—4
SIMON LEVY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
General dealer in all kinds of COUN
TRY PRODUCTIONS,
Hides, Grain and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to nil
parts of the United States. Nos. 24 and 34
Aliso St., LOS ANGELES. oco-ly4p—3
ROUSE & LAWS,
General Commission Merchants,
320 Dnvls Street, San Francisco.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
from Farmers,Granges,and Dealers in Grain,
Fruit, Wool, Dairy Products, Eggs, Hides, etc.
Usiml Arlvunci'S Pintle.
Sales Quick,
Returns Prompt,
mr2ld*w-tf-3] Orders Carefully Filled.
J. L. Ward <fc Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Fire & Marine Insurance Agents.
43 MAIN STREET,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
aprl4-tf-3
HOTELS.
LAFAYETTE HOTEIT
TSTew r J7lii*oii«»-lioiit
THE PROPRIETOR DESIRES TO
Inform the traveling public that this well
known house has been
THOROUGHLY
RENOVATED AND REBUILT
THROUGHOUT,
and now offers accommodations equal If not
superior to any other house in Los Angeles.
SINGLE ROOMS, OR ROOMS EN SUITE.
The Eating Department
will be conducted with especial care
nov4tf—s
PICO HOUSE,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
•piRST CLASS HOTEL,
FOR TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS.
Centrally Located-Frontage on
Three Streets.
The BEST Table,
The REST Rooms,
The BEST Accommodations.
0c23-tf-5 CHAS. KNOW'LTON, Prop'r
Commercial Restaurant,
NEW COMMERCIAL ST.,
Near Railroad Depot, opposite Perry & Wood
worth's Planing Mills,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
J. D. CONNOR, : : : : Proprietor.
Board per week M 00
Board and Lodging per week 5 00
Single Meals 25
Single Lodging 2j
angl'itf
Delmonico Restaurant,
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL. Los Angeles, California.
OPEN nt ALL HOURS.
IHTTh? choicest delicacies of the llest Mar
kets always on the Bill of Pare. Elegant
DINNERS" AND LUNCHES at a moment's
notice. JAS. MUNROE A CO.,
no2-t'—3. Proprietors.
CABE ALLEN,
[Successor to A. M. DODSON.J
Meat Market ! !
No. 121 MAIN NTBEEr,
THE BEST OF MEAT OF KVK-dTSM
ry variety, Fresh and Salted,con
stautly on hand and delivered <m or- IgVtjjH
der to auy part ef the Uity. my2l-3m—3
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. HOBBS
i' m be consulted nt his resilience, Alameda
street, near the Depot. Special attention
given to Rheumatism, Erysipelas, Cancers,
Tumors, Ac. These latter affections treated
successfully, by a perfectly t afe process, with
out either incision or burning nnd nearly pain
less. aug2stf
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
TTOMfFOPATHIST. Office and residence,
I"I_ brick building, enst side of Spring St.,
between Court and First streets, Los Angeles.
Je pj-ly-21
K. D. WISE. M. D.,
G GRADUATE OF JEFFERSON
I Medical College, Philadelphia. Offico
iv Lan Franco Building, Main street. Office
hours, from Bto 10}£ A. M.,and from \% to 5
P. M.
Obstetrics & Diseases ol Women a Specialty.
my7-ly—ls
DR. M. S. JONES,
TTIORMERLY OF ST. LOUIS, MO.,
«JJH"*\ l' has located in Los Angeles where
'«rrV« he will give his special attention to
diseases ol the Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat.
Office : Spring St., opposite Temple Block.
fjdi2st_f—2
Dr. L. Dexter Lyford,
PHYSICIAN AND SUR'iEON — OFFICE,
No. 17, Downey Block, Los Angeles,
California, Office hours—9 to 11 a. M.; Ito 3
aud 7 to 8 p. M. ai)23-tf—2
DR. J. H. STRON,
C 3 RADII ATE OF THE MEDICAL COL
J lege, at Augusta, Ga., can be found a
Room No. 9, over Hellman & Unas' store, Los
Angeles, Cal. Jy2l-tf—2
DR. A. S. SHORB,
TTJOMGEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE—Nearly opposite the Post Office.
RESIDENCE—No. 18 Franklin street.
»c2-tl—2
J. H. McKEE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON —OFFICE,
No. 1 Spring street, oppposlte Temple's
Bank. Residence—No. 239 Main street, Los
Angeles, California. mrlB-tf—2
J. T. WELLS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and
residence over the Farmers' A Merchants'
Hank, Main St.. Los Angeles, Cal. Entrance
next door to bank. Office hours—From 9 to
11 A. It., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 P. If, je 25-lm—3
J. G. IIOWARP. 11. T. HAZARD
HOWARD & HAZARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICES IN No. 8 DOWNEY BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
WW Special attention given to business In
the United States Land office. oc2-tf—2
A.GLASSELL, O. a. SMITH,
A. B. CHAPKAH, 11. M. SMITH.
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN&SMITH,
AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stairs, Los
Angeles, i ialifornla. oc2-tf—2
CHARLES LINDLEY. J. S. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—Room Nos. 51 and J>2, over Tem
ple A Workman's Bank. oc2-tf—2
W. L. MARSHALL. WILL D. CiOULD.
J. H, BLANCH AUD.
MARSHALL GOULD & BLANCHARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
IS and 19 Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Will practice in all the Courts of this State,
and attend to business in U. S. Land Office.
tf—2
LEW. C. CABANIS,
VOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEY
-L'l ancer and Searcher of Record 4 lor this
Count v.
OFFICE—No. 41 Temple Block, Los Ange
les, California. oc2-ll—2
CEORCE J. CLARKE,
"VTOTARY PUBLIC-COMMISSIONER OF
Deeds for Arizona, and Broker. Office,
Gaiiahl & McDanlels, Downey Block.
Je 19-tl—g
V. E. HOWARD & SONS,
AT LAW,
TEMPLE lILOCK, LOS ANGELES.
oc2-tf —2
A, A. WILSON,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR.
OFFICE—Room Nos. 2G & 27 Temple Block,
Los Angeles, California. oc2-tf—2
A. R, JUDSON. J, W. GILLETTE.
JUDSON & GILLETTE,
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS
AND CONVEYANCERS.
* TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
oc2-tf—2
C. W. MORGAN,
TT3EAL ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south of the Post Office, Temple
Block, Los Angeles, California.
«■«--MONEY TO LOAN. oc2-tf—2
E. J. WESTON,
ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER
AND
DRAUGHTSMAN,
U. s. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Room 01.
Temple Block, Third Story, Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia. my I (lit—3
J. E. GRIFFIN,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
OFFICE-ROOM 22, TEMPLE BLOCK,
Lost A-iijjfeles, Cul.
lMj.Speelnl attention given to Land and Pro
hate business. myl-tf—2
JOHN COLDS WORTHY,
jSErTJTY U. S. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR nnd CIVIL ENGINEER
Room fi, Downey's Block, Los Angeles.
iiovltf —2
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
SEARCHER OF RECORDS
ITor Loh Angeles County.
RECORDER'S OFFICE,
OR NO. 8, DOWNEY BLOCK.
npr!4 tf—3
MRS. N. A. PICKENS, M. D.,
HOMOEPATHIC AND HYGEINIC l'HY
sician. Tieats all diseases. Culls an
swered day or night. Specialty: Obstetrics
and female diseases.
Spring srteet, Los Augeies, Cal.
Jy2B tf— W*.
E. F. KYSOR,
ARCHITECT,
ROOM No. 11 HELLMAN'S BLOCK, COR
ner of Commercial and Los Augelts
Streets. ap2stf-2
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J. R. MCCONNELL. 11. M. JUDOK.
McConnell & Judge,
ATTORNEY9-AT-LAW,
ROOMS, TEMPLE BLOCK.
aug22tf
Scripture & Ellis,
No. 15 DOWNEY BLOCK. au2o
CHAS. E. BEANE,
NOTA It it PUBLIC
AND CONVEYANCER—DEEDS
correctly drawn. Office, Ground Floor,
Downey Block, Main Street, next door to
Bush's Jewelry Store. Jly3otf—2
Dr. Joseph Kurtz,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE
to Lanfranco's Building, Main street,
above the Drug Store of C. F. Heinzeman 4
Co. Will give particular attention lo EYE
and EAR DISEASES. Office hours: From 9
to 11 a. m., from 2 to 4 p. m., and from 8 to 9 p.
m. Residence: Buenavlsta street. augl6
J. H. BLAND,
ATTORNEY -AT-LAW & REAL
ESTATE AGENT—Room 44, at head of
stairs by Postoffice, Los Angeles, Cal Land
bought and sold in town and county. Prompt
attention paid to collections and all business
entrusted to his care. augoti
LIQUORS, ETC.
POETRY.
Though preachers may preach and teachers
teach
Of the evil effects of drink,
'Tis music sweet to a man of wit
To hear the glasses clink.
Both Webster and Clay, who in their day
The nation's affairs did guide,
At 11 A. M. each day were seen
With bottles by their side.
Say what you will—talk with skill—
'Tis true beyond a doubt ,
That sparkling wine Is a gift divine
Life would be drear without.
HOT LTJN C H
served from 11 to 1)4 A. M., and In the evening
from 8 till 12 o'clock, at the
PALACE SALOON,
No. 07 Temple Block,
tnr7-tf-2X] WILLIAMS A ROGERS, Prop'rs.
CUCAMONGA WINE.
DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S
WINE CELLAR, underneath the U. S.
Hotel. Wine by tho Glass, Bottle or Gallon.
All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
NOTICE.
The public of Los Angeles are hereby noti
fied that no other person in Los Angeles but
Louis Mesmerhas wines from the Cocomongo
ranches. J. L. SANSEVAIN.
noS-2ptf—4
P. LACTir. Louis swarz. fritz menz.
NEW YORK BREWERY,
PHIL. LAUTH & CO.,
(Successors to Chris. Henne) Proprietors.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BRIL
LIANL LAGER BEER South of
San Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED Br-ER
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewery de
fies competition in tlie State. mrS-tf— 5
CITY BREWERY
A lit! SALOON,
Cor. Second and Spring Streets,
LOS ANGELES
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
no2-tf-3 JOS. LEIBER, Proprietor.
DOCKWEILER'S SALOON,
Under temple Buildiuijr,
Entrance on Main street, Los Angeles.
LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT
A SPECIALTY. ALSO,
Eastern and California Oysters
And other edibles in season, and the
Very Best Liquors & Cigars.
A First-class Lunch at All Hours. «nrlB-tf-4Va
JOSEPH BRESON,
SAMPLE ROOMS,
OPPOSITE U. H. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS,
nnd the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
WTemple Block, next to Wells, Fargo A
Company's ofllce. no2-tf—3
GREAT REDUCTION
IN
L XI JVI B E H.
J. G. JACKSON,
COR. ALAMEDA AND FIRST STS,
M.I I S
Rough Oregon and Redwood
AT
$32 60 per M feet.
Surfaced and Tongued and
Croved Oregon,
AT
542 50 per M feet.
Surfaced and Tongued and
Croved Redwood,
AT
|4Q *50 per M Feet.
ALSO
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS SHINGLES,
LATHS, REDWOOD SHAKES,
POSTS, PLASTER PARIS,
CEMENT AND HAIR.
my6-tf-5 W. W. KOUINSON. AgenL
GRAND RE-OPENINQ OF THE
ORIENT SALOON.
We have Just received n Large and Entire
NEW STOCK of
LIQUORS nnd CIGARS.
nrtr* punches aud Cobblers Specialties.
J. CAPPE, Proprietor.
G. E. GARD, Munuger. myltttf— 1
LINES OF TRAVEL.
LOS ANGELES DIVISION
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD,
Anaheim Branch Railroad.
LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO
Railroad and Steamer.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
On and after WEDNESDAY, April 22,1874,
and until further notice, trains will run every
day as follows:
LEAVES LOS ANGELES:
FOR ARRIVE.
Wilmington 10:00 a.m. 11.15 a.m.
San Fernando 11 :S0 " 12:45 P. M.
Spadra 8:30 P. m. 5:15 "
Wilmington 4:00 " 6:15 "
Nietos 4:80 " 5:20 "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
leave. arrive.
Wilmington 7:45 A. M. 9:00 A. M.
Spadra 8:50 " 10:3f «'
Nietos 8:50 " 9:40 "
Wilmington 1:00 P. M. 2:15 p. M.
San Fernando 1:30 " 2:30 "
"ON STEAMER DAYS,"
Time of trains between Los Angeleß and Wil
mington will be varied so as to connect with
steamer.
Train between Los Angeles and Nietos will
stop at the following points on Alameda street
for passengers only, to wit:
KOHLER ST., WASHINGTON, and BAJBIO'S
The time of C. Ducommun, corner Com
mercial and Main streets, has been adopted
by this company.
ap23-tf—lo E. E. HEWITT. Supt.
GOODALL, NELSON & PERKINS'
STEAMSHIP LINES.
The ELEGANT and FAST SAIL
-2sMsm£lNG STEAMSHIPS of this Line
will sail regularly, as follows:
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PSS"PS « ? 5 f.
: 2. p : 2. : S 2. : £ 2
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THE STEAMSHIP
V E N T X 3 I* A
Calls at Santa Barbara only.
The LOS ANCELEB
Calls nt tho principal way ports, and goes no
farther than Anaheim.
The KALORAMA calls nt all way ports.
Vessels leave San Pedro for San Diego on the
same day of their arrival.
Passengers take the 10 A. m train for Ran
Diego and the 4 p. m. train for San Francisco,
Unless Otherwise Advertised.
For Freight, Passage or Information, apply
to or address
J. L. WARD & CO., Agents,
Jy3 tf—No. 43 Main street.
PACIFIC MAILJTEAMSHIP CO,
NEWS CHEO UL E.
The Largest Ships !
THE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS.
The Quickest Time!
San Francisco and Los Angeles Route.
THE STEAMER
ORIZABA
Calling nt Nnutn Barbara only,
AND STEAMER
3? Jl. O I F I o,
Calling at Principal Way Ports.
if 5 If
11 tel stl ll
Steamers. I* 4<s Ig
ft h 9 'i t|
Orizaba Sept, 2 SeptTl Sept. li' Sept. 8
Pacific " 8 ,l II « 121 " 15
Steamer Orazabargoen tbroiigb to Sau
IMegw.
Steamer Pacific to Arabeiiu Lauding
Only.
THE STEAMER
California,
Will leave San Francisco for San Pedro,
and Wny Ports, September?,
■ Returning, will leave San Pedro for San
Francisco September 7th.
The CALIFORNIA is especially adapted
for carrying Live Stock.
FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
And Kingston, Island of Jamaica.
Steamers leave San Francisco every week.
Steamers of July 9th, 23d and eveiy alternate
Thursday call at San Diego and principal
Mexican nnd Central American ports.
PASSAGE:
From San Pedro to New York.
Cabin, upper deck $100
Cabin, lower deck DO
Steerage 60
Tbrongh Bills from New York to San
Pedro at Very Low It ate.
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
Steamers leave San Francisco July llth.and
every fourteen days thereafter.
Through Bills of Lading signed to New
York, Europe, Mexico and South America.
Plans of Steamer's Cabin at Agent's office.
For Passage or Freight apply lo
11. McLELLAN,
Agent for Los Angeles County.
Office, 61 Mum street, opposite head of Com
mercial. mr7—ls
BETHESUA MINERAL SPRING
WATER.
AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY
for Bright's Disease and disorders of the
Kidneys and Liver.
To be obtained of Druggists and Grocers. For
sale by J. L. WARD A CO., Gen. Agents.
Testimonials of its elllcucy can be found at
our office. uugl9 tf
VETERINARY_SURGEON.
OSCAR C. BALDY, V. a, TREATS ALL
diseases of tho horse. Cau be found
at corner Fourth and Fort streets. Los Ange
les, Cal. au2 tf—2 /
NUMBER 132.
BANKING HOUSES. '
THE BANK.
WM. WORKMAN. W. T. F. TEMPLE
TEMPLE & WORKMAN.
BANKERS.
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
Receive Deposits, Issue their Certificates and
transact a
OKXEKAL BANKING HI*MINERS.
DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO RANK [LIMITED],
AT SAN FRANCISCO
Exchange for sale on
■w "\ r orlt, Hsmbnrg,
London, Berlin and
Paris, Frankfort.
Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dust and Gov
ernment, State, County and City Bonds bought
and Sold. Receive valuables tor sate keep
ng. . —10
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
SAVINGS BANK
MAIN STREET,
Los Angreles, Cal.
CAPITAL STOCK, :: ::: $300,000
PRKsrnENT J. 8. RLATJSON
Vice-Prkbioent. J. M. GRIFFITH
BISECTORS:
J. 8. SLAUSON, J. M. GRIFFITH,
V. A. HOOVER, ROBERT 8. BAKER,
J. BIX BY, H. B. TICHENOR,
GEORGE S. DODGE.
Open for business from 10 a. m. till 3 p. m.,
and Saturday evenings from 6 to 8 o'clock.
Deposits received In any amounts.
Money to loan on real estate In amounts
and for length of time desired.
Jly«-tf—6
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS'
BANK
O DF 1 LOS A NGELE 8,
CAPITAL 9300,000
JOHN O. DOWNEY President
L W. HELLMAN Cashier
Exchange for sale on
San Francisco, New York,
London, Dublin,
Frankfort, J-»arisi, and
Berlin, Hamburg.
Receive deposits and issue their certificates.
Buy and sell Legal Tenders, Government
State, County and City Bonds. Will also pay
the hlghesi price for Gold and Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
left, as term deposits, Interest will be allowed.
Los Angeles, June 18th. 1871. ly—6o
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS
BANK,
ODF LOS ANGELES.
THE FARMERB' AND MERCHANTS'
Bank of Los Angeles removed to their
New Building, adjoining the Lafayette Hotel,
on MONDAY, the 15th Inst.
JOHN G. DOWNEY, President.
Ihaias W. Hellman, Cashier. JelStf— 3%
E. E. FISHER. L. W. THATCHER.
The Grangers Buy of
FISHER & THATCHER
FORMERLY
E. E. FIBHER & CO.
Who make specialties of fine Watches, Jew
elry. Diamonds, Silverware, Clocks, Specta
cles, etc. We make all kinds of solid gold:
lewelry, sot diamonds, enameling In all col
ors, gliding, engraving in ever style ofthe art.
Etruscan Jewelry made and repaired, restored
or recolored. Solid gold chains "made to or
der. Old chains repaired and recolored to look
like new. All kinds of watch work made
from a screw to a perfectly adjusted watch
Prices lower than the lowest, for quality of
goods and work.
FISHER A THATCHER,
Jyl tf—s Manufacturers, 67, Main St.
A. ULYARD
TTTILL II I S A
DAILY EXPRESS LINE
TO SANTA MONICA
Carrying- Passengers and Goods,
Leaving Los Angeles each day at 7:30 a.m.;
leaving Santa Monica each day at 3:80 p. m.;
calling at Pico House, Lafayette, Clarendon
and U. S. Hotels. Jun2otf— W %
CERTIFICATESJF PARTNERSHIP
THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO.,
Have now for sale Blank Forms for
"Certificates of Partnership,"
Prepared in legal form for complying with
the now law requiring partnerships to
File Certificates under penalty of Los*
ing all their Property.
FOR SALE AT THE
H£RALD OFFICE,
AFTER FILING YOUR CERTIF
ICATE OF PARTNERSHIP, YOU
MUST HAVE IT PUBLISHED IN
SOME NEWSPAPER FOR FOUR
WEEKS. HAVE IT PUBLISHED
IN THE HERALD.
Dancing Academy
AT
GRANGE II ALL.
PROF. A. OILE,
From the Corps dv Ballette of Berlin, who
has arrived In this city, will open a course of
lessons for eight months.
TIME OF LESSONS:
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
For Ladies and Gentlemen at 8 p. m.
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY,
For Children, from 4 to 6 p. m.
Price for Ladles and Gentlemen, |S a month.
" Children, 4 *•
Office Hours, from 8 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4p.
v., at the Lafayette Hotel. aglS-lm

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