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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
By Telegraph.
Blame's congratulution'To Huyes—
immense excitement. 5000 imported
cigars at prices lower than ever. Also
parties wishing to purchase by the
box will find it profitable t<> inspect
Barnett & Hirshy's stock, which con
sists of
40,000 Cigars ® $20 per 1000.
40,000 do (a\ $20 do
5(1,000 do @$40 do
20,000 do $50 do
20,000 do (a, $00 do
15,000 do © $65 do
10,000 do f«)s7s do
10,000 do (a},sloo do
Smokers take notice of the above
figures and purchase at once as we are
bound to sell within the next thirty
d ays 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 Havaua. Russian, Turkish
and Havana cigarettes, Pipes, &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 Sau
Francisco. Give us a call.
Barnett & Hirschy,
10 Spring St., aud 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 Saloon and Store Keepers.
Having established the only exclu
sively wholesale cigar business on the
Southern coast, we are prepared to
suoply the trade with the finest brands
of cigars at the lowest San Fraucisco
prices. We do not retail, and sell on
ly by the box or thousand. Give us a
Cftll and inspect our stock—the largest
ever brought In this city. Goldsmith
A Falkenau, Market street, Temple
Block opposite the Court Houre.
jeStf
Variety is the spice of life. Go to
Wood's Opera House and there you'll
find It. *
Photographic Notice.
Having purchased Mr. Payne's
viewing outfit, I am now prepared to
make photographs (iv 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. 65 Main street, Downey's Block,
Los Angeles. m3o:tf
Remember the engagement of the
Allen Sisters is limited, so don't fall
to see them at Wood's Opera House. *
Educate Your Sons for Business.
The Business College and Writing
Institute, Grange Hall, teaches prac
tically those things which business
men daily have to do. Open day and
evening.' F.E.Arnold, President.
aprlstf
Unprecedented hit of the celebrated
artistic Allen Sisters at Wood's Opera
House. *
L. Harris, of the Quincy Hall cloth
ing house under tbe 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
store.
Thursday evening, June 26th, first
appearance of the great double com
pany, embracing 26 star artists, at
Wood's Opera House. ' •
Fine black pants and haudkerchiefs
suitable for firemen on the 4th of July
parade at low prices at Quincy Hall
Clothing House.
Friday evening, June 30th, "Ladies'
Xight," at Wood's Opera House, a
great bill is iv preparation, introduc
ing our great double company of 26
artists. *
Messrs. Neitzke & Teed, No. 3
Spriug 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
iv this business enables them to guar
antee Ihe utmost satisfaction. jel6 tf
Try Wellington Coal and you will
hke it. Bannerman & Dunn,
Commercial street.
The Allen Sisters now performing
at Wood's Opera House were pro
nounced by the press aud public of
Ban Francisco to be the cremt de 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 Qulucy
Clothing House of L. Harris. A gar
ment coming from that establishment
when worn by any gentleman is a
jruarauty of his good tasie and judg
ment. Gentlemen's furnishing goods
of every description kept constantly
on hand. Prices the most reasonable
In the city. jel4,tf
Hayes and Wheeler are the Repub
lican nominees for President and Vice-
President, and the Allen Sisters are
the great attraction at Wood's Opera
House. *
Wellington Coal is cheaper than
wood. Bannkrman & Dunn,
Commercial street.
Ladies desiriug milliuery, good
straw, silk, and French imported
flowers, etc., are invited to call and
see 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 hats on any shape, size or col
or. Mrs. Castera, French Milliner,
Spriug street, a few doors East of
First street, No. 53. jeUtf
Wellington Coal has no soot, and
gives the best of satisfaction.
Ladies' nights at Wood's Opera
House endorsed by the presence of one
hundred ladies on last Friday eve
ning. *
L. Harris of the Quincy Hall Cloth
ing House has determined to override
every opposition in his line of trade
and sell goods cheaper than ever be
fore offered in Los Angeles. You can
procure a whole st'it from Harris for
less than a Peter Funk tailor 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 aud long Sundays. You may
recline 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' Furnishing Goods are sold
cheaper at Meyerstein's new store.un
der the Lafayette hotel, than else
where. *
For elegant rooms and first-class
board go to the Oriental House oppo
site the Pico, Main street, Los An
geles. Prices reasonable. ap22tf
FRIDAY JUNE 30, 1H76.
LOS ANCELES TEMPERATURE.
Following Is the temperature for the week
ending Juue 20, 187(1:
THKKMoMKTKR BAR.
DAYS. datic. WtC rm'/i. IRMMI. 9am
Friday, June 23 82 63 72«^...29:0T>
Saturday, "24 87 65 76 2S:00
Hundav, " 25 87 CI 75 28:1)0
Moaday, " 20 88 64 76 »?00
Tuesday, " 27 89 60 74Vf..29:05
Wedn'y, " 28 90 57 73^...29:05
Thursdi.y, " 23 93 61 77 28:95
GEO. H. BOLD.
The Lodge, Green Meadows, Los Angeles.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The people of EI Monte will have a
balloon ascension on the Fourth.
The examinations in Prof. Lawlor's
school commenced yesterday.
The Senator will sail for San Fran
cisco to-morrow.
The Ancon sailed for upper ports
yesterday.
The Catholic Total Abstinence Soci
ety will hold a special meeting at 8
o'clock this evening.
If you would have good light bread
aud cake get Price's Cream Baking
Powder from the Grange store.
Geo. B. Davis wants three tons of
green corn to commence his drying
works with.
Seats for the Saturday and Sunday
evening performance of the Georgians
may be securred to-day at Lewin &
Co.'s book store.
Mr. Chaquette has at the Ramirez
carral a lot of full-blooded French
merino sheep whicn he will sell at
bottom figures.
A meeting of Confidence Engine
Company No. 2 is called for to-mor
row evening, at which time the new
shirts and hats will be distributed.
Mrs. Tiernan, Downey Block, ad
vertises great bargains in ladies'and
children's hats until the Fourth. Now
Is the time to buy.
J. W. Powell, U. S. A., R. Y. Bal
derson and R. M. Phillips from Ari
zona are registered at the Pico House.
They were nine days from Tucson.
If you want one of the best wash! ng
machine manufactured, go to the
Grange store, and get one of Doty's
washers. Out of the 1001 advertised
this is the one that is no humbug.
Fourth of July is coming and so is
another large invoice of that delicious
cooked Corned Beef, direct from Chi
cago, for the Grange store 184 Main
street.
Prof. A. E. Rice, the mind reader,
is in Santa Barbara. He left Los An
geles without paying his printing
bills, and we want our brothers of
the quill up country to beware of
him.
The charge against the sixteen Chi
namen arrested Wednesday evening
for gambling was examined before
Justice Gray yesterday. Fourteen
were dismissed and two held to an
swer before the Grand Jury.
A public seance will be given by
Belle Chamberlain at the Court room
to-night. She will answer all ques
tions pertaining to the spiritual phi
losophy, describe the spirits present,
etc. Admittance 25 cents.
The Georgia Minstrels will finish
their engagement at Merced Theatre
to-night, and on Saturday aud Sun
day evenings will perform at Turn-
Vereln Hall. They will make au ex
cursion to Santa Monica on Sunday,
and will serenade that town with
their full brass hand.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church have secured the Union Club
rooms for holding their grand Fourth
of July dinner, and will consequently
abandon the idea of making their
•spread in the rink. We congratulate
them upon the favorable change of
quarters.
Tne editor of the World says: "A
lad aged eighteen gets ninety days in
the county jail at Los Angeles for
beating his mother. It is gettiug to
be a nice time when a boy cannot be
allowed to lick his mamma without
all this sort of fuss." And yet this
man claims to have a tender regard
for his mother-in-law.
Our sanctum was graced by the ro
tund form of our friend 1). G. VVal
dron, formerly agent ofthe Allegha
uians, bell ringers. Mr. Waldron is
now advance agent for Alt' Burnett,
who, he informs us.will be In our city
and give two entertainments at Mer
ced Theatre on Friday and Saturday
evenings. July 7th and Bth.
Shomiuac Tribe No. 50, L O. R. M.,
at their council last Tuesday eveniug
elected the following officers: Sachem,
A. W. Potts; Senior Sagamore, John
R. Brierly; Junior Sagamore, James
H. Blanchard; Chief of Recorde.Frank
B. Fanning (re-elected); Keeper of
Wampum, Chas. H. Dunsmoor (re
elected). The officers will be installed
Tuesday evening, July 11th.
Major Mitchell, Grand Marshal of
the 4th of July procession, will hold
a meeting of the Division Marshals at
4 o'clock this afternoon to arrange the
line of march and assign positions to
those taking part in it. Applications
for positions are coming in so lively,
the Grand Marshal informs us, that
the procession promises to be the lar
gest ever witnessed in Los Angeles.
Attention is directed Lo the card of
Messrs. Temple A Bicknell, well bor
ers, which appears this morning.
This firm is composed of energetic
and thorough going young men who
bring into their business an abun
dance of practical knowledge, and are
supplied with the most improved well
holing apparatus. Partiesseekiug ar
tesian water will do well to call on
them.
A tailor named J. Tobias, who kept
a small shop ou Commercial street,
was found dead in his room yesterday
morning. The verdict of the Coroner's
jury was "death from natural causes,"
and the immediate promoter of his de
cease was probably apoplexy. Tobias
was about nfty-two years of age, and
had lived in this city six years. It is
said that he has a family of grown-up
children liviog in San Francisco, and
that they were here to visit him a few
months ago. He was a men of si ngu
iar habits, maintaining his entire ex
istence in his diminutive shop, and
scarcely ever leaving the precincts of
his narrow street.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Thursday, June 29, 1870.
The Council met in regular session,
Mr. Workman in the chair.
Present — Couucilmen Waldron,
Leahy, Huber, Kuhrts Teed, Sotelo,
(Jet-kens, Workman, Lich ten berger ami
Wolfskill.
The minutes of tho previous meet
ing were read and approved.
The Mayor reported the sale of wa
ter permits for the month to the
amount of $1,110.50. Placed on file.
The Board of Public Works reported
as follows:
That boundaries upon which assess
ments should be made for the widen
ing of San Fernando street. Adopted.
That Sotelo street be extended East
erly to its intersection with Chavis
street. Adopted, and City Surveyor
instructed accordingly.
That bridge be built across zanja on
Ann street, provided the Sisters of
Charity remove their fence. Recom
mendation approved, and captain of
the chain gang ordered to do the work.
That the grade of Spring street, be
tween Fifth and Seventh stteets, be
modified in accordance with petition.
That the grade of Fourth street, be
tween Hill and Olive, be modified.
Approved.
That petitions for removing gravel
from Fort Hill be granted, under su
pervision of Marshal. Approved.
That street as graded in front of Paul
Kerns' property be accepted. Ap
proved.*
That the Water Company be re
quired to remove surface earth from
streets where pipes were laid. Ap
proved.
That the residents on upper Main
street be required to do their grading
in accordance with petitions as soon
as possible, or said work would be let.
That Sixth«street be graded from
Main to Pearl. Deferred one week.
By permission, Mr. J. E. Jackson
presented a statement from the Bcrard
of Education of the expenses of con
ducting public schools and amounts
required for the next school year. The
estimate placed the expenses of the
coming year at $29,556. Referred to
Finance Committee and City Attor-
ney.
The Committee on Zanjas reported
in favor of allowing $30 to Mrs. Wie
becker towards the expense of fiuming
zanja. Granted.
The Committee on Parks reported
that they found the plaza and park ln
as good condition as could be expected
considering the short supply of water.
They recommended that $10 per month
additional bo allowed to Mr. Tamiet,
the Gar lener, for work performed.
They recommended that arrangements
Jje made for an additional supply of
water. Report with recommendations
approved.
A warrant was ordered in favor of
Mr. Tamiet for $2, the amount paid as
five to the Water Company for turn
ing on the water.
The Committee on Finance reported
in favor of A. R. Loom is' petition for
the return of double tax. That the
application of Villalobrjs to translate
City Ordinances and resolutions be
deferred to be considered with other
similar petitions. Redommendatious
approved.
The Zanjero reported sales of waiter
for June ln the same amount as stated
by the Mayor. Filed.
The Committee on Lands reported
favorably on the petition of Valeuzuela
for deed. Approved.
Certificate of the election of C. E.
Miles, Chief, and Geo. Gard, Assistant
Chief of Fire Department, received
and filed. _ •
Petition to modify grade of Fort
street, from Zauja No. 8 to Sixth
street, referred to Board of Public
Works aud City Surveyor.
The Health Officer reported that the
outlet of the main sewer was in a most
filthy condition and dangerous to pub
lic health. He recommended the re-
moval of the Gas Works at the earli
est possible time, when the discharge
from the sewer may be utilized and
disposed of. Referred to the Commit
tee on Sewers.
Clerk was instructed to notify
the Gas Company that they will be re
quired to remove their works in the
time contracted.
The City Surveyor reported the pro
posed modification of grade of Spring
street from Fifth to Seventh satisfacto
ry to property owners. Filed.
Petition of E. Neidecken and others
for privilege to grade referred to the
Board of Public Works.
.Petitions to translate city ordinan
ces for J. Villalobos, A. Ritter aud J,
A. Agniew were referred to Commit
tee ou Finance.
Bill of Health officer for vaccine vir
us amounting to $8.50 ordered paid.
The following bills were submitted
and referred to the Finauce Commit
tee:
S. White $5, C. Prager $4, Camp
bell's Hack $5, W M Stoddard $7, I)
W Alexander $18 50, Mirror $96, L
Lichtenberger $20, S P Caswell $75, S
Hellman $18.24 and $8.25,-P Beaudry
$10, Workman Bros $22.50, P Lunney
$2, Manning'& McMenomy 22.25, Po
laski & Goodwin $16, Thos Copley $28,
G O McLain $10, W M Osborne 27.90,
Temple Street Stables $54, Gas Co.
$14.70 and $487, D O Sullivan $6, F
Tolls $12, D Campbell $5, RMatthews
$60, W U Tel Co $9.47, C A Durfee
$12.65, C E Miles $7.25, Roller & Rit
ter $55, Swigart & Huber $35 and $7,
D W Alexander $337.15, Griffith,
Lynch & Co $12.78, J Kuhrts $35, Kos
ter& Parker $42.75, J U Crawford et
al $30, T Leahv $11.25, Morsch & Mo
ran $15, Koster & Parker $8.25.
Adjourned.
Anti-Coolie Meeting.
About one thousand people assem
bled in front of the Court House on
Main street, last evening, to hold an
Anti-Coolie meeting. The audience
was called to order by W. W. Creigh
ton, President of the Anti-Coolie Club,
who introduced Gen. J. R. McConnell
as Chairman. Gen. McCounell made
an eloquent speech, being followed by
Stephen M. White, Esq., and Mr.
Norton. The Herald and Repttbiican
offices were afterwards serenaded.
Mr. Waldron, agent of Alf. Burnett,
the comic delineator, now on his way
to this city, last night received a tele
gram from Alf. stating that he was
one of the Salinas stage robbers' vic
tims to the tune of a little over one
thousand dollars. Poor Alf! he laughed
the money out of his friends, and the
robbers persuaded it away from him
with a shot-gun.
Ladies, send in your orders early
this morning for a ten pound box of
currants at the fruit stand adjoining
the 38s engine house, on Spring street.
The Los Angeles Guards are request
ed to meet at the Armory on Satur
day evening at 8 o'clock. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
The Herald returns thanks to the
managers of the anti-Chinese meeting
for a serenade.
Programme of the Celebration.
formation or tbe Divisions — Line or
March—Division Marshals-Insignia
or Their Knak-Etr., Rte.
The following order has been issufnl
by Grand Marshal H. M. Mitchell,
and will be strictly adhered to in tiie
celebration ofthe coming Fourth:
Qranu Maksiiai.'s Omen, 1
Los ANoelbs, C.il., June 29th, 1876. )
CENTENNIAL OKDiiR NO. 2.
The procession with which the Fourth ol
July, 1876, will be celebrated iv this city will
be cjiuposed ot four divisions, and wiil be
formed at 'J:'M a. m.oi I li.it day, in the follow
ing order:
i he first division will form with Its right
on Fort street, ut the Intersection of Fifth.
The second division ou Fort street, at the
Intersection ol Fourth.
The third division on Fort street, at the lu
tersectiou of Third.
The Fourth division on Fort street, at the
intersection of Second.
The intersecting streets will be used for as
sembly,and Marshals of Di vlslons.wlth their
aids, will be on duty at the puluts above in
dicated ou the morning of the Fourth at 9
o'clock a. m., und until 9:30, for the purpose
of receiving and posting the participants in
tiie procession assigned positions ih I heir re
spective divisions. The procession will start
promptly at 10 o'clock a. m., and will take
the following route through the city:
From Fort street down Fifth to Hpring; up
Spring to Main; Main t > Commercial; down
Commercial to Lus Angeles; on Los Angeles
to Aliso; down Aliso to die Aliso Mills,where
the procession will countermarch and be re
viewed by the Graud Marshal; thence up
Aliso street to Los Angeles, across I.' •. Ange
les und through Arcudiu to Mum; up Main
to and around the Plaza, and returning down
Main street to the Round House Gardens, at
which place th'i literary exercises of the day's
celebration will beheld. At the conclusion
of the exer.tses the procossion will not be re
formed, ea h par Help nn being left at liberty
to return l • hall or borne by any route pre
ferred. Tli ! following named Marshals of
Division have been appointed, each to ap
potnt six aids to serve on his staff:
Marshul of the First Division—John F.
Godfrey.
Marshal of the Second Division—Otto Yon
Ploennies,
Marshal of tbe Third Division—Eugene
Meyer.
Marshal of the Fourth Division—Francisco
Gulrado.
The insignia to be worn by Marshals and
aids are: Gland Marshal, red sash, star on
left breast, black feather ln hat, and baton.
Aldn, red, wiiite and blue sash, and black
leather.
Positions in the procession will be assigned
ou Saturday, the Ist prox.
H. M. MITCHELL,
Grand Marshal.
It will be observed jtliat the line of
march is entirely novel for a public
procession in our city, including Fort,
Commercial, Los Angeles and Aliso
streets, which have hitherto failed to
receive a recognition from parading
bodies. With the rapid growth of*
our city in the past year, and the large
population of these localities, it seems
no more than just that they should
come in for a share of attention. The
route has been curtailed as much as
possible and lies entirely over well
formed streets, so that we trust it will
prove satisfactory to all who partici
pate in the parade and the great mass
of lookers-on. Qrand Marshal Mitch
ell deserves commendation for his ef
forts to accommodate every part of
tbe community.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
The following transfers of real estate for
the 21 hours ending ut noon yesterday are
reported by Judson. Gillette A Smith, Exam
iners ot Titles, 37% Spring street:
W.I Turner to A J Horn—Lot In El Monte
fronting 93 feet on San Bernardino street by
54depth; $1,000.
Paula R Pryor to Eliza Madegun—Lot on
S W corner of Aliso and Alameda streets
fronting 1*6% feet ou Alameda and on
Aliso; $25.
A Weil to J N Vlckers-Lot 13 In block V,
Aliso tract; «250,
Thos Gray aud H P Rronk to LA* IKB
Co—lo acres in Rnncho Paso de la TlJers, for
depot purposes; $1 Ou,
MI) Crawford to A C Crawford—Bo acres In
Los Nletos, bounded on S side by lands of A
W Ryan; $4,0(10.
H C Amadon to S White et al—of E part
of town lot 27, Anaheim, fronting 25 feet on
Twent.eth street; $1 00.
Jas A Fisher to Mary B Richardson—% of
25-22 acres ln M LanlrAnco allotmene, In
Cleneea Rancho; $253 12,
MJYdeSculley et al to Canon de Santa
Ana Water Co—Right of way for water canal
in oiancho Canan de Sunta Ana; $—
LC Graham to S J his Interest
in lot 5, of S W % 0» Sec 19, T2 S. R 13 W,
and part of lot 3, same sec, 43 89-100 ncres;
$761 25.
E T Lugar to A A Sparks—Lot 4 ln block
103,Bellevue Terrace tract, $100.
F Palomares to J Hesloy et ux—ls aores In
San Sose Rancho; $750.
S B Sones etal to J 8 Elliott—Lot H in blk
145. Santa Monica; $150.
J R Toberman aud J Evans et ux to L
Annor —S %ot a2O acre tract adjoining Wm
Fisher, ln Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana;
$1 200.
£ Wattell to H-D McFarlan—Lot fronting
g feet on Olive street, commencing 80 leet N
of corner of 7th and Olive streets by 112 feet
depth; $350.
JP Jones etal to Mary M Scott—Bond to
convey 43 2-10 acres of San Vicente Rancho
adjoining town site, E of railroad; $1,440.
J P Junes etal toSawyerA Simmons—Bond
to convey lots Z, M, N andO, block 74, Sunta
Monlca;"s2sl).
J R Kimnions to J C Hjckey—% of above
contract; $275.
F sabiehi to Olive A Williams. Executrix—
14 70-100 acres corner of Alameda and Chap
arel streets; $5 00.
COURT REPORTS.
DlMtrlct Court.—Skpui.veda, J.
Thursday, June 29.
F. V. de Dominguez vs M. D. Here and
J.ji.-i Winters—Demurrer overruled; lnjunc
tl «n granted; motion to strike out answer
grunted, and judgment on the pleadings or
dered for plaintiff; lOdaysstav granted.
Pilar Wilson vs H. Newmark <Jt Co.—Fur
ther hearing deferred until Aug. 7th, iv the
meantime matters to remain in statu quo,
and all orders heretofore made remain ln
force.
H. C. Hmiih et al vs Thos. A. Gurey et al—
Ceuse submitted to the lury.
Probate Court— O'.Miu.vkney, J.
Thursday, June 29.
In the estate of W. W Maxey, dec.—Annual
account of executor and the report accompa
nying filed.
In the estate of Manuel Bequena, dec—Pe
tition of W. L. Banning for letters testamen
tary filed.
STOCK REPORT.
Reported by Arcu'd B. McCaw,
Htock Broker and Dealer in Stock Privileges,
COR. SPRING AND TKMPI.B STREETS.
San Francisco, June 29.
MORNING QUOTATIONS.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE BOARD
Ophlr 49*49 *9% Union Cou„ W/ t @ 10%
Mexican 28%9 **J Lady B 80c a -
Gould A C... 15W9 - Julia V/& 7%
B. A B gM| 46% Caledonia... 7%® 7%
California... 72%9 — Baltimore... l%® —
savage 19 9 18% PSheridan. 1%9 -
Con.Va. 58%9 58% Globe 35c 180
('hollar 78%9 78 N V %@ —
Point 10 9 MM Amazon 60c 9 —
Jacket. 31%9 31>6 N Carson... 25c ® —
Con. Imp ... 6 9 5% N Con. Va.. 7Sc 9 —
Alpha 48%/$ 46 Prospect 6%® —
sNev 14%9 14 Virg. City... 2%®- '
Belcher 17%* 17 Ward 1%9 2
Confidence. 18 ® - W". Fargo... 19c 9-
Utah 17 9 - Andes 2%9 —
Exchf quer.. 16%<<j 16'/s Kossuth 1%9 —
Seg. Bel 75 9 — L.Washntn 2%9 —
Overman.... 59%0 — Morn'gStar 49 —
Justice 22Vi'# Dayton s%<a -
Succor «2\c® 80
AFTERNOON QUOTATIONS.
Valley 1%9 - Savage 19%9 —
R. A Ely VA® 8% Con. 1mp.... 89-
Eureka On.. 13V, V Jacket BIU9 31%
Jackson 4%9 4 Belcher _
Belmont 2%9 — H. A N 9%9 9%
Leopard 6%9 "V* 9 Nev -
Jelterson—.. I 9 — Alpha 47 ® 47%
Gila 1 9 % Con Vn 58%<a —
Panth.i 1%9 — Chollar. 78 9 —
N Belle 38%@ 87 Justice 22%ra 22%
G. Thomas. 3 9 Cala 75%9 75%
Coso C0n.... 35c 1 — G. A C 15%9 —
G. Chariot... 2%9 — Ophlr 50 & 5u' 4
Poorman.... 60c 9 — Mexican 29 9 28%
SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL.
A LADY In Sai la -lonica, having a pleas
ant home, w« iht like to take a few chil
dren to board. jS..'- 'caches music and the
EnKllsh branches, al o French and German
If desired. Addri
Jl7-1W MRS. DKVERKB, Los Angelas.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
T. F. BAUBEK. THOS. IU 1 M
BARBEE & GATES,
Real Estate Agents
Aud COIN VEYAINCEHB
ROOMS t and S,
Over Commercial Bank,
■•lv street, ... Los Angeles.
IMPROVED and UNIMPROVKD PROP
ERTY in all parts or city and county and ad
'olning counties.
All business done with cars and promptness.
T. F BARBEE,
IXotary Public.
mar4-tf
MRS. E.A.V.BROWNELL.M.D-
Graduate ofthe
Woman's Medical College
Of Philadelphia, Perm.,
PHYSICIAN,
LOS ANGELES, CAE,.
OFFICE— Allen's Block,corner Spring and
Temple streets. Office hours, Btol2 a M
and 3 to 5 p m. JunSutf
SWIGART & HUBER,
DEALERS IN
Stoves, Ranges,
TIN, COPPER,
AND—
Sheet Iron Ware.
HARDWARE,
or all Desorlptlo&s.
Plumbing, Roofing & Gas Fitting
A SPECIALTY.
The new and most Improved RANGE ou tbe
Paolflo Coast,
The " JLdriatio,"
Just received and for Hale only by vi.
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 ln our line, we are satisfied we will sell
as low as any house In this city, and for cash
DEFY COMPETITION 1
MR. R. H. DALTON
Is now associated with our bouse.and will be
happy to see any ot his old friends and cus
tomers.
SWIGART & HUBER,
mayB-lm HO MAIN ST.
BARBER SHOP.
J. P. BARBIER,
HAS retnrned from Arizona and has again
taken charge or the celebrated barber
shop at No. 5 Spring street,opposite the Her
ald offlce. Mr. Barbler has made a partner
ship with M. Qulntero, of universal fame lv
tbe tousurlal itrt. Any person who has head
ache can have It cured in a lew moments In
said establishment. Jun2B-lm
NOTICE.
AN V party having purchased within the
past two months a pair of gold spceta
cles from a strange person will please make
the fact known at Bush's Jewelry store or at
this offlce. The spectacles ln question were
lost or stolen on the 13th of April, and if the
purchaser will return them he will be exon
erated from any blame and have his pur
chase money refunded to htm. Jun24-St
NOTICE TO THE BUTCHERS.
THE butchers of Los Angeles are request
ed to meet on Friday evening, June 23d.
at 8 o'clock sharp, at the new brick building
of C. Brode, next door to Turn-Vereln Hall.
All the butchers are Invited to be present.
By order of the Committee.
THEO. FHOEHLINGER,
J22-2t STEPHEN BCHALLMO.
Notice to the Public.
IF you waut a good meal or a good bed, go
I to the
COMMERCIAL HOTEL.
Meals served with the best tbe market can
afford. Single meals, 25 cents. Board and
lodging, $5.50 per week. Board, |4.00 par
week. The best French coffee. No Chiaeee
mployed. Give us a trial and see for your
selves. Don't forget the place, Alameda
street, opp. S. P. R. R. d.pot. Juns-tf
NOTICE.
ABOARD of United states officers will be
in Los Angeles on the 24th and 28th
lusts, for tne purpose of purchasing a lot of
hors.s and mule, for army use. Jun2s-2t
Little Palace Saloon,
37 LOS ANCELES STREET.
JOSEPH RUTTGER,
sj
JProprietor.
THE RENT
WINES, LIQUORS AND CI6ARS.
GO TO
40.
THE GREAT IMPORTANT!
THE CHEAPEST
CLOTHING HOUSE
IPC TOW>,
Under the Lafayette Hotel.
* Jun2otf
COLLATERAL LOAN
AND
SAVINGS BANK,
N. E. Cor. Post and Kearny Streets, - - San Franolsoo.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
President. SOLON PATTEE. Secretary, F. S. CABTKSL
Directors:
SOLON PATTEE „ President FREDERICK TURKILL. Capitalist
ELMER TERRY Of E. Terry A Co., S. F. LEANDER SAWYEK. Sau Mateo, Capitalist
JS. SPEAR, Jr.,of K.S. Spear A Co. Auct'aeers Robt. STEVENSON ot ateveasoa's Blue*
WALTER O. HOLMES.. --..Attorney at Law.
The object or this Bank Is to loan money upon Collateral Secnrtiies—Stocks, Bonds, alee
Diamonds, Watches, Furnlture.Warehouse Receipts, etc.-charglng the legal rate of interest,
4 per cent, pei month. Also receive deposit* subject to call or check. For the present the
Bank allows the following rates of Interest to depositors: 6 months, I per cent, per
month: 12 months. I % per cent, per month. books for
s limited number of shares are now open at Ten Dollars per share, at toe
Collateral Loan and Havings Bank.N. E. comer Post and Kearny streets, i«tin Francisco.
Circulars sent on application. mayBU-3m F. S. CARTER. Secretary.
ANOTHER NEW DEPARTURE.
E. L..A.VK> THAI.,
Begs leare to Inform his numerous friends and customers that he will soon
i 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 tae greatest Inducement ever offered to the people of
Southern California.
More than one thousand pieces of Choice Calico will be disponed of at satlstaatory rates.
Bleached Muslin at tbe same price. And so on to the end ot tne catalogue.
o
ma- Call and be convinced lbat lam ln earnest. ALL GOODS MUST BE DISPOSED OF
WITHIN SIXTY DAYS, as I eoatempUte going East, preparatory to entering upon Ike
wholesale business.
o
All Goods on hand are new and desirable, and worthy the consideration of tke meat
fastidious.
E. LAVENTHAL,
may2B-lm Corner Los Angeles and Commercial Streets, Hellman Block.
WITTELSHOEFER & R APHAEIT
Requena's New Block, Los Angeles St., Los Angelas,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PAINTS, OILS,
O L A Jsi S ,
Doors, Windows, Blinds and Builders' Hardware
ALSO, MIBKOB PLATBS, PICTURES AND PICTURE MOULDINGS.
PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.
General Agents for Avenll's Chemical Paint. J«-tf
Moloney & Finnessy
MANUFACTURERS OF
WAGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
CARTS,
DRAYS.
A nd every kind of vehicle.
REPAIRING
done to order in good etyle. PAINTING and
TRIMMING Shops connected.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Nl ALONE V A FINNESBY,
Alameda St., between Commercial and Aliso.
maytftf
Insure Your Property!
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO.
CAPITAL $10,000,000.
W. J. BRODRICK, Agent,
8 Commercial Street.
Policies iseued direct without reference to
he Home Offlce. may2B-u
Last Chance
TO FAT
POLL TAXES!
After Monday, July 3d, 1876,
Poll Taxes will be 3 and become a Hen on
all real and personal property. Payable at
Assessor's offlce, Court Houxe.
A. W. RYAN, Assessor,
jun C-lw
I. A. PREUBB, Jr.,
Druggist and Apothecary
NO. 21 SPRING STREET,
NeMUT the Pe>»t OfUcje,
LOS ANCELES, CAL.
marxt-sr
»» YEARS OLD!
PIONEER
HARNESS and SADDLE %g
MANUFACTORY. ™
S. O. IF O IT,
Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Its
tall dealer In
Saddlery and Harness of all kinds.
Bulk Harness, Trotting Harness. Heavy Draft
Harness, Genuine Concord Harneee, Kobe
Blankets and Whips—in fact, everything pel*
talnlng to a flrsUclass Saddlery Hoase.
THE VERY BEST
GENUINE LOS ANCELES SADDLES
The best brands of Saddle, Harness an<
Sole Leather, always on head and for sale st
wholesale and retail.
Harness Oils, 8o»p§ A Hltukus
Sepals-ins; Promptly Done.
IS o. 17 1 .<>«• Augelos Mlr**«t,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
ar Prices as low as any house on theeoee
«et)HU
UNDERTAKING
In all its Branches.
DECAMP & CO.
UNDERTAKERS.
AMD
Dealers In all Kinds of Wooden a net
Metalle Csskets and Coffins,
ISo. 14 MAIN TT,
Perry A Woodworth's»
doers South o'
Telegraph orders prompt lv -
tion given anywhere ln the oauu., Sell
charge taken of funerals at moderate nw
Bodies embalmed and prepared for shlpmeak
Experience of years, both here and East,war
rants us ln guaranteeing the same atteutloa
to those requiring our services as Is extended
East, and at corresponding prices. We Invite
the public to Call on us when an undertaker
is wanted, ac we w:ll net eoliolt business 41
-reetly. _ _
Marblelsed Iron Mantels, Balldtag Paaex
and othar specialties.
UCKAGK ■TfJiNM.
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