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Blame's congratulation to Hayes—
immense excitement. 5000 imported
cigars at prices lower than ever. Also
parties wishing to purchase by tbe
box will find it profitable to inspect
Barnett & Hirshy's stock, which con
40,000 Cigars f«;. $20 per 1000.
40,000 do (a~ $20 do
50,000 do («) $40 do
20,000 do fy, $50 do
20,000 do (a, $60 do
15,000 do («<)s6s do
10,000 do @575 do
10.0(H) do ©$100 do
Smokers take notice of the above
figures and purchase at once as we are
bound to sell within the next thirty
days to make room for a large con
signment from the East and Havana.
Our line of smoking tobacco comprises
the following brands: Genuine Louis
iana; Penque; Lone Jack; Needle
Gun; Creole; Durham; Olive and im
ported Havana. Russian, Turkish
and Havana cigarettes, Pipes, ~v.c. &c.
We arc also importing direct and that
enables us to give better satisfaction
in variety of goods than other parties
who are compelled to purchase in San
Francisco. Give us a call.
Barnett & HIRSCHY.
10 Spring St., and 9 Main St.
A fact beyond dispute—that Col.
Wood has the best show at his Opera
House ever seen In Los Angeles. *
Notice to Ittoen ■ d Store Keepers.
Having established the only exclu
sively wholesale cigar business on the
Southern coast, we are prepared to
suuply the trade with the finest brands
of cigars at tbe lowest San Francisco
firices. We do not retail, and sellon
yby the box or thousand. Give us a
call and Inspect our stock—the largest
ever brought in Ibis city. Goldsmith
& Falkenau, Market street, Temple
Block opposite the Court Houre.
Variety is the spice of life. Go to
Wood's Opera House and there you'll
find it. •
Having purchased Mr. Payne's
viewing out fit, lam now prepared to
make photographs (In city or coun
try,) of any size from 14x17 inches to
carte de visite, of residences, stock,
&c. Prices reasonable and satisfac
tion assured. The utmost attention,
also, will be given to portrait work.
Orders as above are respectively solic
ited at Parker's Photographic Parlors,
No. 05 Main street, Downey's Block,
Los Angeh s. m3o:tf
Remember the engagement of the
Allen Sisters is limited, SO don't fall
to see them nt Wood's Opera House. *
Educate Your Sons for Business.
The Business College and Writing
Institute, Orange Hall, teaches prac
tically those things which business
men daily have to do. Open day and
evening. F. E. Arnold, President.
Unprecedented hit of the celebrated
artistic Allen Sisters at Wood's Opera
L. Harris, of the Qulncy Hal 1 cloth
ing house under the St. Charles hotel
has been appointed agent for the Ori
ental Shirt Factory. He is ready to
take measures and deliver the shirts
in a very short time at moderate
prices. A perfect fit is guaranteed.
Shirt fronts can be selected at his
Thursday evening, June 26th, lirst
appearance of the great double com
pany, embracing 20 star artists, at
Wood's Opera House. •
Fine black pants and handkerchiefs
BUitable for firemen on the 4th of July
parade at low prices at Quincy Hall
Friday evening, June HOth, "Ladies'
Night," at Wood's Opera House, a
great bill is In preparation, introduc
ing our great double company of 20
Messrs. Neitzke & Teed, No. 3
Spring street, are prepared to furnish
all sorts of undertakers' materials, and
to take charge of and carry out funer
als in a manner to suit the friends of
deceased persons. A long experience
in this business enables them to guar
antee Ike utmost satisfaction, jelfi tf
Try Wellington Coal and you will
like it. Bannkrman & Duns,
The Allen Sisters now performing
nt Wood's Opera House were pro
nounced by the press und public of
Ban Francisco to be the cnermde lis
of artistic excellence.
The man who wishes to clothe him
self in the latest style and appear to
advantage among his acquaintances
need go no farther than the Qulncy
Clothing House of L. Harris. A gar
ment coming from that establishment
wheu worn by any gentleman is a
guaranty of his good taste ami judg
ment. Gentlemen's furnishing goods
of every description kept constantly
on hand. Prices the most reasonable
in the city. JeH,tf
Hayes apd Wheeler are the Repub
lican nominees for President and Vice-
President, and the Allen Sisters are
the great attraction at Wood's Opera
Wellington Coal is cheaper than
wood. Bannkrman & Dunn,
Ladies desiring millinery, good
straw, silk, and French imported
flowers, etc., are invited to call and
Bee the cheapest place and best stock
ever brought to this city. All work
guaranteed to give satisfaction, also
we take charge for pressed and
cleaned huts on any shape, size or col
or. Mrs. Castera, French Milliner,
Spriug street, a few doors East of
First street, No. 53. jel4tf
Wellington Coal has no soot, anil
gives the best of satisfaction.
Ladies' nights at Wood's Opera
House endorsed by the presence of one
hundred ladies on last Friday eve
L. Harris ofthe Quincy Hall Cloth
ing House has determined to override
every opposition in his line of trade
■tod veil good* cheaper than ever be
fore offered iU Las Angeles. You Cull
procure a whole st'it from Harris for
less than a Peter Funk tuilor would
charge to make a pair of pants. *
The Round House Gardens form the
most pleasant retreat in the city dur
ing the warm days, moonlight even
ings and lopg Sundays. You may
rec line on the comfortable seats scat
tered through the grounds, or stroll
among the foliage and always find an
hour's amusement. Call at the Round
House Gardens and see the century
plant in bloom. jn3tf
Gents' Fumishiug Goods are sold
cheaper at Meyerstein's new store,un
der the Lafayette hotel, than else
For elegant rooms and first-class
board go to the Oriental House oppo
site the Pico, Main street, Los An
geles. Prices reasonahie. ap22tf
THURSDAY, JIN 1: 29, 1876.
Tbe Senator is due to-day.
Tbe sale of hill lots will be continued
Remember the Turner ball oq
Fourth of July evening.
Uncle Alf Burnett is at Sau Luis
Obispo on his way South.
The Ancon sails for Sau Francisco
The Capital saloon was opened last
A disgusted Good Templar calls soda
water a "sub-cutaneous Injection of
Arrived—Schooner Hancock, Capt.
Oliver, Noya river; 175 M teet lumber
for R. It. Co.
The Anti-Coolie Club will hold their
mass meeting to-night. The public
are invited to attend.
Tiie Synagogue Sabbath school oc
cupied two cars witli their excursion
to Santa Monica yesterday.
The race at Agricultural I'ark, July
Ist, will be between Sum Harper's bay
horse, Plowboy, and Oscar Macy's
black horse, Brushy John.
Seventy-five handsome young ladies
are wanted to ride iv the Golden
Chariot on the Fourth of July. Ap
plication for seats received at Lehman
& ('o.'s (arpet House.
Mr.Brodrick,Secretary of the Cham
ber of Commerce, requests us to state
that members oi* that body may pay
their dues at bis office at auy time
antl receive their receipts therefor.
A mean old threshidg machine has
stood In front of the Court House for a
week or more without finding a pur
chaser. We suggest that the Demo
crats of our city take it and apply it
to threshing out the Hayes Club.
The patrons and friends of Lawlor
Institute, aud the public in general,
aiv most cordially invited to attend
tbe examination which will take
plaoe on Thursday aud Friday of this
week. No special invitations sent.
Dr. J. B. Owens has just received a
small quantity of non - humanized
cow-pox, from the house of J. Pettet,
M. D., Cleveland, Ohio. Persons de
siring pure vaccine matter should call
on the Doctor.
There are ten water tanks on the
line of the Southern Pacific road be
tween Los Angeles and Indiau Wells.
At Sevan Palms the water is brought
a distance of three miles in pipes, and
at Indian Wells surface water is se
cured by digging.
As Monday, July 3d, the time set
for the meeting of the stockholders of
the Main Street and Agricultural Park
Railroad, has been declared a legal
holiday by the Governor, the meeting
has been postponed until Monday,
July 24th, Inst.
Through the kindness of Judge
O'Melveny the ladies of the Fort
street M. E. church have been grant
ed the use of the County Court room,
iv which they will spread a bounteous
lunch at very reasonable rates on the
coming Fourth. All the good things
of the season will bo served —ice
cream, straw berries, hot coffee, tea,
cold meats, and other "substantials;"
candies, fruits, lemonade, etc.
The Sau Diego World remarks ou a
sunset after this fashion: Ou Sunday
evening the sun seemed to set at the
wrong end. Usually, the line effects
of the sunset here are noticed to the
Westward; hut the reflection on that
evening was more to the Eastward
than at that point. It was very fine
indeed. From a point that seemed to
be a few miles from the point, at the
head of the bay, at the monument,the
hills and mountains were clad in a
golden hue that made them look
charming, and if the scene could have
been transferred to the canvass would
have made a picture of great beauty
and value. But it is not in the power
of either pen or pencil to describe it.
Judge Gray, though a staunch up
and-up Democrat, has courteously
granted the use of his office to the Re
publican Club for holding their meet
ings. Now, like the man who nursed
the little cold snake In his bosom, the
Judge is complaining of an ungrate
ful return for his kindness. The rois
tering Republicans upset chairs and
tables, and leave the furniture In a
sadly demoralized Condition after
eacli pow-wow. Some Yankee of the
lot persists iv whittling one of the
benches, strewing the chips about the
floor. After the meeting Monday
night they carried oil the key of the
office, and when the Judge desired to
make his entrance Tuesday morning
he was compelled to call in tbe servi
ces of a locksmith. These Republi
cans are ordinarily good fellows, but
they can't be trusted.
An Old Citizen Gone.
Ata late hour Tuesday night our city
was pained to hear of the sudden death
of Don Manuel Requena, one of the
oldest and most respected citizens.
He was a native of Yucatan, Mexico,
and came to Los Angeles in 1834. He
was the first Alcalde of this city, 1836,
and established the first regular sys
tem of granting titles to lands, etc.
He was an Alcalde again in 1844, and
subsequent to the change*of Govern
ment was elected member of the
Common Council and Supervisor sev
eral times, and in many ways received
marks of the confidence of the com
munity. He was a man of more than
average talent and honorable In all
his dealings. Peace to his ashes.
Sale of Hill Lots.
The auction sale of Mr. Potts' hill
property was remarkably successful
yesterday, considering the stringency
ofthe times. The aggregate reaches
$5,622 50, and the details of the sale
were as follows:
Lot 5, block B, Dr. Kirkpatrlck $675 00
" 11, " A, " " 710 00
" 10, " A, " " .. .... 650 00
" 9, " A, " " 700 00
" 6, " F, P. Beaudry 410 00
" F. M. Wlusler 240 00
" 1, " H, Q. W. Morgan 306 M
" 10, " H.John O. Wheeler Ml fto
" H, " I, Uro. Qephurd WO 00
•' 11, " 1, John O. Wheeler 310 00
" 8, " W, I. W. Lord U» no
" 12. " X, J. 11. Brand 4M 00
" -, '• L, J. H. Bland 345 00
The sale will be resumed at 2 P, m.
to-day, on the grounds, Auctioneer
Almost an Enoch Arden.
One of the Eastern variety papers of
a recent date contains the following
romantic and pathetic story, illus
trated with a profuseness of wood cuts
which is truly affecting. As the nar
rative has a local bearing we repub
lish it, at the same tune furnishing au
equally remitrkablesequel to tbe story:
CHAPTER THE FIRST.
A few nn.ruings since as Mrs.Green,
of Louisville, Ky., was sweeping the
sidewalk in front of her house, a man,
both ragged and dirty, accosted her,
saying he was hungry. Being a very
kind and benevolent woman she at
once began inquiring where lie be
longed and where he was going. In
reply he said he had been in Califor
nia for the past ten years, but at last
a strong desire seized him to visit his
old home, and he had started,walking
and begging his food. Mrs. Green in
quired in what part of California be
had been, and upon his replying Los
Angeles site became very much inter
ested aud tel.l him her husband left
home for that place ten years before.
The man asked her husband's i:ame.
Upon being told that it was William
Green lie said lie ban known a Wil
liam Green there, and that there bad
been a rumor that be was soon to take
to himself a wife. Upon bearing this
Mrs. Green began to weep. Calling a
child of perhaps three years to her
side she turned to enter the house,
when the man asked to whom the
"To me," said Mrs. Green.
"But you said your husband bad
been away ten years. Have you mar
ried a second time?"
"No, sir; but I was so lonesome I
adopted this child, hoping that in car
ing for her 1 might forget my sorrow
for the loss of my dear husband."
"Do you still hope for his return?"
"Indeed I do, and every day the
hope grews stronger."
As she uttered the last words the
man threw his cap upon the ground
and the head was covered with short,
curly, brown hair. With one motion
the tangled whiskers were removed
and the patient, loving wife beheld
her long absent husband.
CHAPTER THE SECOND.
We knew William well. When
he first came to this country he was
sore of toot and depleted in exchequer.
He had walked all the way from San
ta Fe, New Mexico, across the desert,
with a large bunion on his heel, and
subsisted ou a piece of Government
hard-tack. Being frugal and indus
trious, lie soon found work on a ranch
herding sheep at fourteen cents a day,
while tobacco was selling at three dol
lars a pound and whisky was not ob
tainable short of thirteen dollars a gal
lon. From his small earnings Wil
liam soon saved enough to purchase
an oreide watch and a pair of suspen
ders. With these slight equipments
lie bade farewell to the scene of his
first labors and looked for an opening
more suited to his refined tastes.
He worked for five years successively
throughout the county, opening
chuns blacking boots, and bottoming
chairs about the groceries and taverns
of the town. At this time he was
called to Sau Quentin aud found occu
pation In a stone quarry for about two
years. Returning, a happier circum
stance took him to Gospel Swamp,
where it seems his fortune changed as
if by magic. He soon discovered a
gold raiue of fabulous value,
from which he abstracted bushel after
bushel of the pure virgin nuggets.
It was no unusual circumstance for
Mr. Green to take from his mine In
Gospel Swamp upwards of fifty thou
sand dollars worth of ore in a single
day. With this rapid accumulation
it is easy to see that Mr. Green placed
himself iv very comfortable circum
stances in the space of nearly five
years of continued good fortune. He
built a brown stone front on Negro
alley, in the most aristocratic portion
ofthe city, hired a retinue of Chinese
servants, and prepared a home of regal
magnificence for his far distant and
long waiting bride. Our readers have
the remainder ofthe touching story in
the preceeding chapter and we need
only add to make the picture complete
that William had, in the meantime,
reared a large and interesting family
of children in Los Angeles. Selah!
Stabbing Affair at Wilmington.
A stabbing affair took place at Wil
mington Tuesday morning, the par
ticulars of which were yesterday
brought to this city. It seems that
an American named Jones and three
Mexicans were on a spree Monday
night, and after all had imbibed freely
Jones was taken to a lodging house
and put to bed. He claimed that he
had had mouey in the evening, but
when he awoke the next day it had
all disappeared. Jones accused a Mex
cau who was sleeping in the room of
stealing the money, whereupon an
altercation occurred, and Jones, draw
ing a knife, stabbed his companion in
the left side near the abdomen. Jones
was arrested and brought before Judge
Savage, but as there was nobody to
swear that he did the stabbing he was
released and, in the course of the eve
ning effected his escape from the
place. There was no effort to take the
deposition of the Mexican aud he was
too badly wounded to appear iv court,
hence the lax working of the law.
The wounded man, whose name we
learn is Yorba, was mortally Injured,
it is thought.
The Rescued Fenian Prisoners.
The Irish Literary and Social Cluh
of our city held a meeting last Monday
evening, the 28th inst., to devise
means lor the reception of the Fenian
prisoners released from English dun
geons, who will shortly make their
way to our shores. After an Imprison
ment of ten years they will require
the kindest attention antl care to re
cuperate their waited energies, and it
is lining that the strong and prosper
ous as well as patriotic Irishmen of
California should extent! to tht in a
helping hand. Messrs. Henry King,
Charles Hagau and John Keiuuly
were appointed a committee to receive
subscriptions for this purpose. It is
hoped that there will be a generous
response to the call.
We had the pleasure of a call from
li. F.'Josselyn, Grand Sachem of the
Ued Men. He left yesterday after
noon for San Bernardino out will re
turn on Thursday.
Chamber of Commerce. •
The Directors of the Chamber of
Commerce met last evening at the
County Recorder's Office pursuant to
call ofthe President.
The following members were pres
ent: Messrs. Caswell, Brodrick, Lnz
ard, Newmark, Barrows und Lord.,
Mr. Newmark holding the proxy of
Mr. Hewitt; President Lazard in the
The President stated the object of
the meeting was to take measures for
publishing tbe proposed Chamber ol
Upon request tiie Secretary stated
the progress of the work thus far and
that he had received articles for the
pamphlet from Dr. YVidney, Dr. Ful
ton, Gov. Downey and J. Deßarth
A letter was submitted from Mr. E.
S. Glover proposing to publish views
of the city and valley at the rate of
$250 for first thousand and SoO each
for subsequent thousands. Received
Mr. A. T. Hawley being present,
submitted a proposition for preparing
a statistical report of the resources
and advantages of the county. He
stated that he bad visited every pre
cinct in the county three times, and
considered himself competent to do
Justice to the subject. Many false
statements had been disseminated
throughout the East regarding our
section of the State and needed to be
contradicted. He d< plored the present
depress d state of a I lairs in our midst,
but argued better times ahead in the
coming Fall. Mr. stated that
he thought live thousand copies of a
pamphlet of forty pages could be pre
pared for the sum of S4OO.
On motion of Mr. Newmark, Mr.
Hawley's proposition was accepted
conditionally upon his submitting his
copy to the Board for approval.
The Secretary was instructed to
order a general election of the Cham
ber in accordance with the provisions
of the By-Laws.
Last evening about midnight Offi
cers Fonck, Carrillo, Charles, Jerome
and Benitos made an arrest of sixteen
Chinameu who were engaged in play
ing the game of tan. Several attempts
have been made before to capture
them, but the offenders escaped. Tiie
arrest was made in Xegro Alley, and
a considerable amount of money was
captured,,with all of the implements.
As the procession marched up Main
street the spectacle was quite amusing
to the gazers who witnessed the parade
to the station house.
The ladies of the Fort street Metho
dist church have engaged the County
Court room In which they will spread
a sumptuous Centennial lunch for the
hungry, at very reasonable rates, on
the coming Fourth. All the delicacies
of the season will be furnished, such
as ice cream, strawberries, cake, lem
onade, fruits, candies, hot coffee, tea,
cold meats, and other substantial.
A trotting race for a thousand dol
lars a side will take place at Agri
cultural Park on July Ist.
A sure cure lor all the ills that flesh
is heir to—visit Wood's Opera
< ••■inly Court—o'Melveny.
Wednesday, June 28.
| |Los Angeles City vs Wolfskill— Demuirer
to petition and objections submitted as to
points Of law, and 16 days given 10 Hie briefs.
People vs Soule—Demurrer overruled and
continued for the term.
People vs Ramirez—Motion to set aside in
dictment; taken under advisement till the
6th of July.
People vs Ah Gee—Same order.
People vs Ah Hoo—Set for July 6th.
District Court.—Sepulveda, J.
t Wednesday, June 28.
F. V. de Dominguez vs M. D. Hare and
John Winters—Motion to show cause why an
Injunction should Issue, and motion to strike
out answer, and for Judgment on the plead'
J. S. Severance vs Geo. W.Morgan—Demur
s. B. Cox vs w. Howard—Demurrer over
ruled ; 20 days given to answer.
Rosario Dominguez vs J. Q, Downey el al -
On application plaintills have till July Both
to flle briefs.
Tlios. Davis, Administrator, vs John Traf
ford —Writ, of Review dismissed.
Workman Bros, vs Jacob Welxel—By con
sent ease set for Tuesday, Aug. Bth at 10 a m.
San Francisco Markets.
San Kkancisco, June 28.
Flour—Best extras Jobbing at $5 25 to 5 75,
and shipping lots, 85 00 to 5 50; superfine,
4 00 to 4 75.
Wheat—Sales 500 sks old at $1 56; 000 el Is
new const at. $1 47%; 600 do good new ship
ping, $1 50; 5440 do choice do at $1 52%.
Barley—sales 500 sks new feed at 87% toßs
cents; 1000 Centals old feed al 95c, silver.
Oats—s 175 to 220 for old feed.
Corn—Large yellow, quotable at $1 10 to
115; small ronnd, Jl 20 to 1 22%; small yel
low sold at $1 22%.
Rye—slß) to 1 90.
Potatoes—7sc tojl 12% percental for good
Onions—Weak at 87%' to $1 00, skins selling
at the latter pr cc.
Enns-Cal. 28 to 30c.
Wool—Prices range at 12c lo lGc for best
Southern; burry and seedy wools ari selling
at 9 to 13c according to i|u illtv; good to choice
free Northern is selling h 10 to 20c; do inferior
grades at 14 to 10c. Setdy wools are 10 lo ISO
REPORTED BY AKCH'd B. McOAW,
Stock Broker and Dealer in Stock Privileges,
COR. SPRING AND TEMPLE STREETS.
San Francisco, June 28.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE IIOAKD
Ophir 49 «J 4&iA Bullion 46 % 48
Mexican 28%(ft 25% Kxeln-quer.. lil'v-i H>' 4
(iould A C... 15%f<* — Overman.... 57%g —
B A B 4S%@ 46% Justice 22 (if 22%
California-. 72%<» 78 Union Con- 11 & —
Savage 19%& >&% Lady B _ 80c &75
Con.Va 57 ft* 57% Julia. T%v> 7%
(•hollar 75%@ 76 Caledonia... B%'<* 8
H A N 9%« i 9% Globe '. 25c (ut 30
Point 10 & 10% Dayton 5 <a —
Jacket 30% ft* 31% Rk Island... I%@ —
Con. Imp ... 6%® 6% Pictou 25c @ —
Alpha 47% V« — Occidental . 3%@ —
Belcher 16%@ — Woodville.. I%@ 1%
Confidence. 18%@ "% EWashntn 2? 4 £<s —
SNev 14 @ 14> 4 Andes 2%@ —
Utah 17Vi@» 17% Cosmopltn. 35c m —
Valley I%<!, — Chollar. 78 (§ —
R. A Ely » O — V Jacket 31> 4 @ 31%
Eureku Cn.. 13% ft« 134 Con. 1mp.... 6 ft* —
Jackson 4Vr3 — Con Va si» ftj 58%
Belmont Z%® — Prospect 6%@ —
Leopard b%& 7 Savage 19%<<* 19
Jefferson—_ i%@ 1 Justice 22] ,• —
Gila %<3 90c Best A 8e1... 4<J%@ —
N Belle 37 ® 37% G. A C 15%@ —
Tybo 12%ftJ — Alpha 47%(9 47%
O. Thomas. 3 @ — Ophlr 50 .4 60%
Modoc 8%(a) 4 Mexican 28%(<s —
N. Coao l%@ 1% Julia 7%@ 8
G. Chariot.. 2%® —
SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL.
AUhV Is Santa Monica, having a pleas
ant h aM, would Ilk* to lake a lew elul
dren to board. she tenches music and the
English I)ranclieB, aUo French and QerMM
if desired. Address
JI7-1W MRS. DEVERES, lios Angeles.
ABOARD of V v. I States officers will be
in Los An :il>n tbe 24tb and 26th
insti. for tne pur)»-> of purchasing a lot of
horsas and uiuli ~ . arru\ use. junii-it
T. F. BARBEE. THUS. GATES.
BARBEE & GATES,
Real Estate Agents
ROOMS -4 and S,
Over Commercial Bank,
Mum Ntreet, ... Ixtt A u^clc*.
IMPROVED aud UNIMPROVED PROP
ERTY in all parts of city and county and ad
All business done with cars and promptness.
T. F BARBEE,
MRS. E. A. V. BROWNELL, M. D
Woman's Medical College
Of Philadelphia, Perm.,
f.os kASELEA, cAIrn
OPII Mien's Block ornor Spring and
. ~ct«. odice hours, 9t012 A M
and j to o r m. Jun2otf
SWIGART & HUBER,
i aND — —
Sheet iron Ware.
Of ail Descriptions.
Plumbing, Roofing & Has Fitting
The new and most improved RANGE ou ihe
Just received and for sale only by us.
SIGN OF THE
Big Red Coffee Pot,
NO. 110 MAIN STREET,
Los Angeles, Cal.
HAVING received a large and varied as
sortment of new goods generally to be
found in our line, we are satisfied we will sell
as low as any house ln this city, and for cash
DEFY COMPETITION 1
MJEL ». II- DALTON
Is now associated wil h .air house.aud will be
happy to see any of his old friends ami cus
SWIGART & HUBER,
mayS-lm UO MAIN >"*'r.
BARBER BHO P.
HA- returned from Arizona and ha* again
taken charge ol the celebrated barber
shop at No. 5 Spriug street,opposite the Her
ald office. Mr. Barbler has made a partner
ship with M. Qulniero, of universal fame in
the tonsorial art. Any person who has head
ache can have it cured in a lew moments in
said establishment. Jun2B-lni
AN V party having purchased within the
past tw<> months a pair of gold specta
cles from a -I range person will please make
the fact known at Bush's Jewelry store or at
this office. The spectacles In question were
iost or stolen on the 18th of April, and if the
purchaser will return them he will be exon
erated from any blame slid have his pur
chase money refunded to him. Jun24-3t
- Of THE
Magnificent ip*. Plate Picture
"THE HOL\ BT. JOHN,"
Prom one of the greatest German masters,
Lewin & Co.'s Book Store.
This Picture will be
Raffled Next Week.
Express copy. juu2B-2w
NOTICE TO THE BUTCHERS.
THE butchers of Los Angeles are request
ed to meet on Eriday evening, June 23d.
at 8 o'clock sharp, at the new brick building
ofC. Brode, nexi door to Turn-Vereln Hall.
All the butchers are invited to be present.
By order of the Committee.
j22-2t STEPHEN SCHALLMO.
Notice to the Public.
I E you wunt a good meal or a good bed, go
I to tlk
Meals served with the best the market can
afford. Single meals, 2) cent*. Board and
lodging, $0.50 per week. Board, $4.00 uer
week. The best French coffee. No Chinese
employed. Give us a trial and sea for your
selves. Don't forget the plaoa, Alameda
street, opp. B. P. R. R. depot. Jun6-tf
THE GREAT IMPORTANT!
THE <>H EAPEiT
Under the Lafayette Hotel.
N. E. Cor. Post and Kearny Streets, - - San Franol«oo.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OE THE .STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
President, SOLON PATTEE. Secretary, W. H. VASTS*.
SOLON PATTEE President FREDERICK TURHILU Capitalist
ELMER TERRY Of E. Terry * Co., S. F. LEANDER SAWYEh.>an Mateo, Capitalist
J.S.SPEAR,Jr.,of E.s.SpearA Co..Auct'neers Robt. STEVENSON oi Stevenson's Block
WALTER G. HOLMES Attorney at Law.
Ttie object of this Bank Is to loan money upon Collateral Securliies—Stocks, Bonds, alsa
Diamonds, Watches, Furnlture.Warchouse Receipts, elc.,-charging the legal rate ol interest.
4 percent, per month. Also receive deposits subject to call or check, ror the present the
Bmik allows the following rates of Interest to depositors: 6 months, I per cent, per
month; 12 months. IK per cent, per month. »s. Subscription books for
a limited number of shares are now open at Ten Dollars per share," the
Collateral Loan and Savings Bauk.N. E. coiner Post and Kearny strteis, sun tranclsco.
Circulars sent on application. may3U-3m F. S. CARTER, Secretary.
ANOTHER NEW DEPARTURE
Begs leave to Inform his numerous friends and oustomers that he will sewn
Retire from the Retail Trade,
And his extensive stock of Dress and other Goods, which are no longer in original packages,
MUST BE DISPOSED OF. He offers the greatest Inducement ever offered to the people of
More than one thousand pieces of Choice Calico will be dispo»ed of at satisfactory rata*.
Bleached Muslin at the same price. And so on to the end of the catalogue.
IW Call aud be convinced lhat lam ln earnest. ALL GOODS MUST BE DISPOSED OP
WITHIN SIXTY DAYS, as I contemplate going East, preparatory to entering upon th*
All Goods on hand are new and desirable, and worthy the consideration ot the mast
'"' Wo ' E. LAVENTHAL,
may2B-lm Corner Los Angeles and Commercial Streets, Hellman Block.
Requena's New Block, Los Angeles St., Los Angelas,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Doors, Windows, Blinds and Builders' Hardware
ALSO, MIRROR PLATES, PICTURES AND PICTURE MOULDINGS.
PICTURE FRAMES MADK TO ORDER.
General Agents for Averill's Chemical Paint. ju-tf
Aud every kind of vehicle.
done to order In good style. PAINTINfJ and
TRIMMING Shops connected.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
MALONEY & FINNESSY,
Alameda St., between Commercial and Aliso.
Insure Your Property!
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE
1 XSIWI.TRAjvck CO.
CA PITA L $10,000,000.
W. j. BRODRU'K, Agent,
Policies issued direct without reference to
he Home Offlce. mayiifl-tl
After Monday, July 3d, 1876,
Poll Taxes will be 3 and become a lien on
all real and personal property. Payable at
Assessor's office. Court Houne.
A. W. RYAN, Assessor.
E. A. PREUSB, Jr..
Druggist and Apothecary
NO. 21 SPRING STREET,
IN ear tbe Poast Oftl<»e,
LOS ANCELES, CAL.
»» YEARS OLD!
HARNESS and SADDLE *g
S. C. FOY,
Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Ra
tall dealer in
Saddlery and Harness of all kinds.
Bulk Harness, Trotting Harness, Heavy Draft
Harness, Genuine Concord Harness, Robs
Blankets and Whips—in fact, everything per
taining to a first-class saddlery House.
THE VERY BEST
GENUINE LOS ANCELES SADDLES
The best brands of Saddle, Harness an(
Sole Leather, always on baud and for sale at
wholesale and retail.
Harnesi Olla, tSotiiia Sc Blackleg
Hepalrlug; Promptly Dona.
No. 17 JLioa Angeles Sstreeet.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
mar Prices as low as any bouse on tbeeoaa
In all its Branches.
DECAMP & CO.
Dealers In all Kinds of Wooden and
Metallo Caskets and Coffins,
No. 1-4- MJVIIV BTRKET,
Perry A Woodworth's New Building, three
doars south of Pie© House.
Telegraph orders promptly mat, and atten
tion given anywhere in tba county. Fall
charge taken of funerals at moderate rates.
Bodies embalmed and prepared for shipment.
Experience of years, both here and Eaat.war
rants us in guaranteeing the same attention
to those requiring our services as is extent**4
East, and at corresponding prices. We Invite
the public to call on us when an undertaker
Is wautad, as we will nat solicit businaas di
rectly. _ _
m trblelsed Iron Mantels, Building Paaar
aud other specialties.
! m.o-4-U X A. SBC AMP.