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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY SEPT. 5, 1574. TERMS OUTADVERTISING. ONE DOLLAR pcr MquareOften lines, first Insertion, and twknty-fivk cents por Square for—eh subsequent Insertion. POSTAL CHANGES. The following postal changes went Into op eration, July Ist, 1874: All publications are tree of postage to subscribers In the county In which they are published. Books and pack age- of merchandise, to tho weight of four pounds, can be sent, by mail at the rate of one cent for every two ounces or fraction over. Tied packages may be entirely enclosed. Homo portion of sealed packages must be opened for Inspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Kalorama sailed for San Fran cisco yesterday, with a full manifest. A large invoice of salt —one thous and sacks—has arrived at the depot for Mr. J. Trudell. Messrs. Page & (travel havo a few nice family wagons for sale at their shop on Los Angeles street. A Brakemanon the railroad had his foot badly crushed In the turn-table at Spadra yesterday. Mr. David Lewis of El Monte has twelve acres of hops from which he expects to pick about 20,000 pounds. The Guards will give asocial dance next Tuesday night after their muster into the State service. The Common Council will meet in special session this morning at 10 o'clock. The Herald is indebted to "Chips," the pupular Messenger of Wells Fargo & Co., for late San Francisco papers. The Orizaba sailed for San Diego yesterday. She will put in at Wil mington next Sunday, on her return trip to San Francisco. Tlie Orizaba, Kalorama and Los An geles arrived at Wilmington yester terday. Their freight lists will be found elsewhere. The bark Grace, Captain Roberts, sailed from San Pedro yesterday for Port Discovery, with twenty tons of corn. Yesterday theschoonorPacific,Capt. Madison, arrived at Wilmington with .8,000 railroad ties for the Railroad Company. These ties will be used in tlie Anaheim branch. Our Los Nietos subscribers send in complaints that once in a while one of them loses his Herald. Will the Post Master at that place use due dili gence to prevent mishaps of this kind. There was another runaway at the «lepot 3'csterday. These accidents are becoming very frequent in that local ity, and call loudly for an enforcement of the hitehlijg-post ordinance. Three teams were loaded at the de pot yesterday: one for Q. Zauun, Lone Pine; one for H. Asher & Co., Pres cott, and one for Lubkin & Co., Dr. Blair and A. P., Independence. In the Roman Catholic Church to morrow the morning service— first mass—will be celebrated at 7 A. M.; second mass at half-past 8 o'clock, and high mass at 10. Sermon in English. Mr. \V. W. Jenkins, the Govern ment and Railroad Land Agent, will leave for Sau Francisco to-morrow, on business relative to his late discover ies of coal and asbestos in this section. The County Court adjourned yester day for the term. The next term will commence on Monday, September 7th, when both the County and Dis trict Courts will resume their ses sions. In the U. S. Land Office, yesterday, an entry was made by Hannah Gor man, widow of Jas. Gorman, deceased, ('or 160 acres on what is known as the Old Gorman Station, on the FortTejon j - oad. T. Jeif. White and party returned yesterday from their hunting excur sion in the Temescal region. They killed three deer and an entile<s num ber of rabbits, quails and small game. They report tlie weather in that Jacal »ty exceedingly hot. Mr. Uhas Knowlton, mine host of the Pico House, returned to the city yesterday, after his short visit in Kan Francisco. Our young friend (the hotel clerk with B. w.J who lias done the honors of the house in Mr. Knowi tou's absence, will now relapse into his normal element, and in our mind's eye we bear him nay, "Anon, anon, sir." Yesterday by invitation of Mr. F. P. F. Temple, representatives of the Ex, pre*, Star and Herald met in the office of "The Bank and partook of a watermelon weighing 42 pounds and measuring three feet in length. It was of excellent flavor and grew on the ranch of Judge Allen near the College, Los Nietos. Rev. Dr. White of the Presbyterian Chtirob, will deliver a sermon at Good Templars' Hall to-morrow morning on the subject "Religion of Principle and Religion of Feeling, Contrasted and Combined." The subfect for the lecture in tlie evening will be "The Harmony between the teachings of Revelation and the deductions of Geology," this being the second lec ture of the series. An exchange, in commenting upon the probable established line of the Southern Pacific Railroad, has the fol lowing: "Agentleman well acquaint ed with the country makes this com ment on the subject: If this should be" true, it will be a great advantage to liOs Angeles. First, because the line of survey runs near a flue belt of tim ber; second, because it will secure us against the risk of losing the Cerro Gordo trade." A complaint was entered by Judge Gray before Justice Trafford, yester day, against a party living on Figueroa street who keeps a vicious dog, to the great annoyance of the passers-by. The ugly brute attacked Judge Gray's daughter a day or two ago, and was only prevented from seriously Injur ing her by the timely interference of a gentleman who happened to be near at hand. Men who will keep such dangerous pets, ought to pay heavily ior the privilege. Doctor V. Gclclch has Just received from San Francisco and Europe a large assortment of dru;s and medi cines, which he offers to his friends and the public in general at his new drug store on Fort street at very low* prices, for lie proposes to sell twenty five per cent, cheaper than any drug store In the city. The reason he sells so cheap is that his expenses are very limited. Therefore he desires all his friends and the public in general to make him a call. The Los Angeles Debating Soci ety held a meeting at Lawlor lusti stitute last night, which drew a full attendance and elicited much Inserest from the members. The literary ex ercises comprised a reading—"The Blue and the Grey"—and a humorous recitation by Mr. Saxon, and readings by Miss Hallle Scott, Mr. Quinby and others. It was decided to dis pense with the previous organization and institute a new society altogeth er for which purpose a meeting will be held In the same place next week. The Wilmington Enterprise has tlie following: " Rev. A. M. Campbell, President of Wilson College at this place, is a hard worker. He still fills his appointment at the Methodist Church South in Los Angeles every Sunday, and teaches here during the week. Under his administration the College Is steadily gaining ground. And when we state that his services to the school are freely given, without asking any compensation, all can see how thoroughly his heart is in the cause of building up a college within the bounds of this Conference. Ah Ach worked in the capacity of head artist in a Chinese "eateehouse" for one Ah Sach. Matters did not progress quite satisfactorily between the employee and employer and so the talented Ah Ach resigned his position and demanded his pay. The money was not forthcoming; Ah Ach was put oft' from time to time and finally grew importunate, in the same ratio that his former boss grew obstinate. Last Thursday the affair culminated in a row during which the unfortunate artist was deluged with a kettle of boiling hot water and beaten over the head with a club. Justice Gray will settle it. Extensive Land Sale. We publish this morning an adver tisement of the Downey City Land Company of an extensive sale of city lots to come off on the 22d of this month. Some sixteen blocks will be offered in lots varying in size from 25 to 70 feet front; also many beautiful residence lots from half an acre to two acres in extent. Downey City has had a very rapid growth during the past few months and bids fair to con tinue its progessive march. About 00 dwellings have already been erected with many more new buildings besides the elegant public edifices re cently constructed, all going to make the town a fixture and a pleasant place for residence. Mr. M. D. Crawford is the agent of the company, residing at that place, where he can be found at any time. Maps of tlie town can be seen at Noyes & Durfee's office. An excursion train will be run from this city on the day of sale. This sale will otter some rare chances for men of moderate means to procure homes in a pleasant locality, and for suburban residences for tho wealthy. Splendid gents suits. Coat pants and vest, for $12, very heavy. Gents Satinet pants S2 00 and $2 SO at the Bazaar corner of Main and Requena streets. Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main and Requena streets, are now selling out their Spring and Summer stock at reduced prices. If you want to save money give them a call. * Sad End of a French Artist. In a small room of a house on Clin ton Avenue, West Hoboken, resided a Frenchman, who, although In the midst of a populous locality, led the life of a hermit. He never associated with the neighbors, nor was his real name ever discovered. Whenever he appeared abroad he was known as " Bismarck." During the past five days he was not seen, and his peculiar proclivities gave rise to much gossip regarding his strange disappearance. Yesterday morning the stench from his room was so great that the neigh bors notified the landlord, who broke open the door and fouud the body of the man sitting upright iv his chair, half naked. Decomposition was set ting in, and it was supposed he had been dead four days. The body was almost black, and emitted stench that was intolerable. The floor was cov ered with blood. The County Physi cian was notified, aud after examin ing the body, pronounced it a case of suicide. The room was then disin fected, and the body removed to the Morgue by Colonel Parslow, of Hobo ken. Among the effects of the deceased were several drawings, paint brushes and tools, from which it was concluded he was an artist. About a week ago he stated to one of the neighbors that he had relations living in Fifth Ave nue, New York, and he expected them to do something for him, as he was in very poor circumstances. He said he hail been ii Jong time out of emply ment, und had iio money. It is sup posed his real namo was Cuno Gross man, from papers found in the room.— N. Y. Herald, August 22d. Wilmington Items. From the Enterprise of Sept. J. A considerable quantity of wool has been hauled to this point during the week. There has been a death on the rail road wharf each day for the last four days. Grain is still being stored in the Co-operative Warehouse, and the great piles of bags begin to present a very formidable appearance. The Sea Lion landed at Wilmington last Tuesday a party of ladies and gentlemen who had made a pleasant stay of fifteen days nt the hospitable bachelor retreat of James C. Johnston on Catallna Island. Although tree growing and the cul tivation of flowers have been greatly neglected, yet enough has been done In this direction within tho past few years, to satisfy the most skeptical that our soil will produce most any thing that grows. The Lassen Advocate says the Piute Indians in the vicinity of Crooked creek, Goose Lake Valley, have com menced shooting stock and ordering settlers oft. Cor.eral Order No. 19. War Department, 1 Adjutant-General's Office. / Genera! Orders No. 13, Adjutant- General's Office, March 9, 1809, are hereby amended so as to provide that in the issue of coals of the Pacific slope the following scale of equivalents Shall be used, the standard being mer chantable oak wood, delivered,»viz.: One cord of the standard oak wood equals — • Two thousand five hundred pounds Rocky Mountain brown coal, Wuhsatch range; Two thousand six hundred pounds Mount Diablo, California, nnd Coos Bay, Oregon, brown coal; Two thousand four hundred pounds Seattle, Washington Territory, brown coal; Two thousand two hundred pounds Bellingliam Bay, Washington Terri tory, brown coal; One thousand eight, hundred pounds Nanaimo, Vancouver's Island, British Columbia, brown coal. By order of the Secretary of War. [Official.] E. D. Townsend, Adj v taut-General. Hydrophobia—A Shocking Death. [Seranton Republican, August 27.| Yesterday morning shortly after 10 o'clock a fair-haired and Interesting child named Maggie Jones, four years of age, daughter of Philip Jones of Hyde Park, died in the most intense agony of hydrophobia. About the middle of June, little Maggie was one day upon the street, eating a piece of candy, when a large Newfoundland dog, belonging to Charles Gorman of Hyde Park, which was running loose around the streets, came up to her and began to play with her. The dog was noted among the neighbors for its at tachment to children, and it was per mitted to play with them freely, no one suspecting that it would harm them. In tlie course of its play with Maggie Jones, it bit her on the nose, causing her to cry and the blood to flow quite freely. The wound did not, however, seem serious, being little more than a slight abrasion of the skin, which soon healed up. The child was as cheerful and engaging as ever, and did not manifest the slight est sign of sickness until Sunday eve-' Ding last. Tho parents took her to the camp-meeting at Dalton on Sun day morning, and she evidently en joyed the occasion as thoroughly as any of her companions. After arriv ing home, however, she was attacked by a slight choking sensation, which gradually grew alarming. Her par ents thought it an attack of croup and took her to tho olllee of Dr. J. W. Gibbs. Dr Gibbs prescribed some medicine that would ease the child's pain, aud gave the father instructions to care for her until morning. Yesterday morning Jones, still hoping that the case was not one of hydrophobia, sent for Dr. Allen to sec the girl, but did not tell him the result of Dr. Gibbs' investigation. He, however, after a short investigation, said tlie girl was Buffering from hydrophodia of the most virulent form. Later in the morning she was visited by Dr. J. W. Hibbs, Dr. H. L. Gibbs and Dr. Rob athan; she was still sensible and able to walk across tlie floor, but was frothing at the mouth and presented a pitiful spectacle. She kept repeating continually "dog bite me," and when ever her father or mother approached her she would shrink back as if afraid. Tlie mother was well nigh distracted, and the case was one calculated to touch the heart of the most stolid ob server. Life was ebbing away from (belittle creature with no means to save her, and finally tit ten o'clock death, came to her relief. This makes the fifth case* of hydrophobia which has occurred in and around this city in less than two years. Oregon Items. George Perkins, of Yamhill, thresh ed 884 bushels of wheat from a twen ty-seven acre field, machine meas ure, being a little over thirty-one bushels to the acre. The McMlnnville Reporter says: "Harvesting has progressed splendid ly, with the excellent weather we have had during tho week, and grain in this section is averaging thirty-five bushels to the acre - " Considerable is being done at the Briggs mine Southern Oregon, with favorable prospects. There is plenty of quartz and quite a number of min ers, who are constantly receiving ac cessions to their ranks. Mr. Thompson, of Yaqulna Bay, in forms the Corvallis Gazette that most of the potato crop of that section has escaped the blight. A few fields have suffered considerably, and in every case the localities attacked this seti san are those which escaped last year. The chaanel in the Yaquina river, near its mouth, lias materially chang ed during the year. The middle chan nel which was too shallow to be of any use except for small boats, has entirely filled up, throwing its water Into the north channel, the largest and deepest, rendering it still better. The latest rumor in connection with the transportation question is the or ganization of a company, with $50,000 capital, to place a line of steamers on the Columbia from Celio to the head of navigation, Tin nipany also proposes to build a line of railway from Dayton to Walla Walla, and in addition, build railroad portages 111 the Dalles and Cascades. Nevada Items. The frutt trees of Washoe and Cur son valleys have yielded prolitically this season. C. C. Stevenson, of the Virginia Chmoniole, is said to be the Sharon party's choice for the gubernatorial nomination. Mr. Duffy informs the Carson Tri bunt that the acid works which were recently destroyed by Are, will be immediately rebuilt upon a much lar ger scale. The Pioche Record says that an old Comstoeker gives it as his opinion of the Pioche district that there is no doubt but pay ore in large quantities will be reached below the water, giv ing many tacts and data supplied by his experience in support of the prop osition. The Carson Tribune, of August 29th says: "At 11:30 last night there was a slight shock ef earthquake. It was a sharp vibration, and but momentary, yet sufficient to scare watch-dogs and watchful people, and strong enough to make a study-lamp tremble, anil a clock that had stopped to make a new start. A Scotchman named William Mc Donald, who was employe I as a table tender at a threshing-machine, on tin farm of Nathan Coombs, at Napa, on Thursday last, met with an accident which proved fatal. The quickest way to make a for tune is to buy your goods at the Bazaar, corner of Main and Requena streets. * One hundred thousand dollars to loan IS sums of five thousand dollars and upward. Enquire at J. Jones Arcadia Block. Los Angeles Street. » Five spools of Coat's thread (br2s cts. Four papers American pins for 25 cts. 1 our pieces Woreteud braid for 25 cts. At the BazaaS, corner of Mala and Reque na streets. 0 Special Notices. Ten yards brown factory for 81. Eight yards extra heavy 4-4 factory for $1. Ten yards do do 30 inch for $1. Four spools Brook's thread lor 25 cts. At the Bazaar, cornerof Main and Reque na streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel. • Four pair seamless hose forsl. 'three pair diamond toed Shaker socks for }1 t)0. At Isaac Norton A Co.'s, cornerof Main and Requena streets, opposite U. S. Hotel * If you want to see a rush for boots and shoes, call at the factory of A. S. McDon ald, No. 104 Main street. Orders are coming in so rapidly that Aye workmen are unable to supply the demand. * Agency Imperial of London and queen of Liverpool; capital, $18,000,0(10. North ern of London, capital, $!5,000.000; and Hart lord of Hartford, capital, $3,000,000. Office: Room No. 3 Downey Block. John carlin. Agent. sep'tf The tide of Immigration Is steadily set tiny In, and the first thing eastern people do IS to throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of DESMOND. They say there is no comparison between the two. 2%. Agency Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. Assets, $21,000, -000. Agency State Investment Insurance Company, Fire and Marine. Assets, $380,000, at Brodrlck'S Book Store, near the Postoffice. Pi That handsome suit of clothes came from Fitzpatriek's. He makes the finest fifing suits to be had in the city; best of ma terlal; scientific cutting; good workmanship; style. Call on Fitzpatrick the fashionable tailor when you wish to replenish your ward robe. tf Do you want a stylish and neat-fit ting Boot or shoe, then call at once on Win. Shiney's Cosmopolitan Boot und Shoe Store, for he receives by every steamer the latest and best styles, and he sells them at such low prices, that you can't help buying. Cus tom work a specialty. He has engaged some ofthe best workmen that could be found in San Francisco, and ho guarantees to give his customers all hand made boots and perfect fit at I he same price that you pay for machine made boots. Call and examine his samples and see for yourself, at 100 Main street, oppo site Wells, Fargo A Co.'s. Sign of the Big Blue Boot. " Business still continues lively at the Esp. ranza Store, and what Is the reason ? It is because they sell goods there cheaper than ever before. Please note Uio prices of a few things of their stock of goods and you will see that they will not be undersold by any store this side of San Francisco: Flour, Maker's F.xtra, S3 25 per hundred pounds; Crushed Sugar,! 1%0. P p r pound; Coffee Sugar, 10'4e. per pound; sandwich Island Sugar, B>oC. per pound; Japan Teas, from 50c. to 75c. per pound; China Tea,- per pound; Eng lish Breakfast tea, at $i per ponnd; Extra Fine tea, «1 25; Soap, per box, $2; Saleratus and Soda, 12!je. per pound; Cheese, He. per pound, Coffee,22c. perpound; Coffee, ground 250,; starch, l">c. per pound. 'And all kinds of groceries at prices that are lower than ever was known before. EL DORADO STORE. a. c ottA-uviisr, Wholesale and Retail Denier in Choice Family Groceries, Country Produce, Wines, Liquors anil Tobacco. 70 3Xiiin st.. LosAii^eles. aug22:tf LOS ANGELES AGENCY, A Most Valuable Discovery! The Babcock Fire Extinguisher, The Best Protection Against FIRE, and tho Most Efficient and Sure Destroyer of the The chemicals used da not Injure the bark or fruit and two or three applications will cleanse the worst affected trees. The ordinary charge is Certain Death to SQUIRRELS. ANTS &C. The certificates of Mr. J. De BABTB SBOBB, Col, E. J. C. Ki:w::s", and other gentlemen, can be seen at the otliee ofthe Agent. AGENCY FOIt DIEBOLD NORRIS & Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proof Safes. Combi nation Locks and Vault Door, The best and most reliable Safes In tho 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 Pbicbs, Crofutfs Life Protectors, Rubber and Leather Buckets &c, &c. SOI,i; AUKNT I'OU TIIE Safety Inkstand, Hurricane Cigar Light ers. Burglar Alarms. - ALSO TIIE - Vernon Mineral Water, V sure cure for Indigestion, Constipation, Piles, and all affections of the Kidneys or Livei. W. BORROWS, Agent, •V.J Main St., rear of Telegraph office, &Ug2B-6m Los Angeles. J. L. Ward & Co., 43 MAIN STREET, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FIRE AND MARINE riVNurrA-ivcit: agents UEPREHKNTINO London Assurance Corporation, Asftcts, si:i,ooo,ooo. /Etna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Assets, 86,000,000. Jnion Ins. Co., of San Francisco Assets, 51.000.000. Policies are written by us In above con, anles, without reference to parent offices. Liberal advancements made on GRAN o. 'ItoDL'CE, consigned to our correspondent* .n Han Francisco, at moderate rates of com mission. le 23-lm — 5 MISCELLANEOUS. K. 11. WOBKXAN. WM. H. WORKMAN Workman Bros., Manufacturers and Importers of HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES WHIPS, SADDLERY WARE, ETC. A Good Assortment of LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS' Traveling Bags, Satohols and Valises, Always on band. Fine Carriage, Buarg-y and Team HARNESS AND SADDLES, Of our own Manufacture constantly on band. We are prepared to offer Great Indnee meats to Purchasers. etr Repairing promptly and carefully attended to. Come and see us, at the Sign of the Big Horse, 70 Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. lunl-5 PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY. S. C. FOY Proprietor. ESTABLISHED IN 1854. Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re tall dealer In all kinds of Saddlery and Har ness. The best brands of Saddle, Harness and Sole Leather, always on hand and for sale al wholesale and retail. No, IT I .on Aneeles Kin•«•«■«, LOS ANGELES, CAL. nols-tf—s New Furniture Store!! Herberger & Johannsen, UPHOLSTERERS AND Cabinet Makers (U. S. HOTEL BUILDING), Requena St., Los Angeles, Call attentton to their New Furniture and Up holst ry Establishment. Furniture of every description manufactured on the premises. Mr. C. Herberger being a practical Uphols terer and Mr. Johannsen a thoroughly prac tical Cabinetmaker, the Arm offer advantages to purchasers afforded by no other honse. New and Fashionable Styles of Parlor, Bedroom, Dining and Kitch en Furniture always on hand. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING Attended lo promptly. Satisfaction uuaran terd. agl(j-lm NOTICE TO TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS! ON AND AFTER JULY .IST, 1874, the undersigned establish a *— - "' lp - f^ LINE OF STAGES BETWEEN Spadra (Rubottom's) and San Bernar dino, via Rincon, Chino and Riverside. A FIRST-CLASS CONCORD COACH Fitted up expressly for the convenience and comfort of passengers will Leave Spadra every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, On the arrival of the 3:30 p. m. train from Los Angeles, carrying the V. S. MhJl and Express for Rincon, Chino, Riverside and San Bernar dino. Returning will Leave San Bernardino every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday. At 3 o'clock a. M., connecting with Southern Pacific Kailroad at Spadra lor Los Angeles. Running time and Fare the same as by the Oucamongo route. This route, avoiding the Desert, tuns along the valley of the Santa Ana river ami through the well-known colony at Riverside. H. W. ROBINSON, Proprietor. Jun2«U—B J. .T. REYNOLD'S PIONEER HACK LINE. CLARENDON HOTEL. Contracts for Hacks. Barouches, Carriage., Ooaches.etc, for Weddings, Picnics, Balls and Funerals. None but careful drivers em ployed. Jly4tf—l ER, "^Pt Wait a cum \ kkh vno .i«:wei.- TjT YV bib, No a Oorniaero.al street, Vpja dje.vlry rspdrud and warranted. 9 MISCELLANEOUS. FURNJTURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, (Successor* to Dotter & Lord;, Havo now the Largest Stock ever brought here. Ha n Just received a large lot directly from the East, and cordially Invite the pub.lo to examine their goods and price same. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Etc. Kto. Ktc. Sidney Laeey, (With Dotter & Bradley), Is still selling everything In above lines at Reduced Prices, and guarantees Work and Coods. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Are still Agents for the OIIOVKIt & BAKKR ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, And would beg leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR IV ow and Distinct inul Important Improvements have been added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 86 LOS ANGELES, jly 1 Sign of the Bi c Red Chair, tf 10 SOMETHING NEW IK LOS ANGELES. I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY friends and the public generally, that I have engaged one of tho very best WATCHMAKERS Direct from Switzerland, who will give thorough satisfaction. Persons having watches or clocks to repair will please give me a trial and judge for themselves. Also, constantly on hand, 25,000 assoittu articles, lor sale cheap, at C. DKOIIMI .VS, CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STS. No f»fl. myfim—2 TO THE_PUBLIC. The Newly Established Store of Peter I^iiriney, Offers for sale a splendid assortment of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS CIUABS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc„ At the lowest market prices. He respectfully solicits a share of the publii potronage. Goods delivered tree to all parts of the city. PETER LUNNEY, 22ftf-2 1 , 117 aud 119 Main St. T. C. SWIGART. JOS. HUBER, JR. SWICART & HUBER, DEALERS IN STOVES, TIN. COPPER AND SHEET-IRON - WARE AND CROCKERYWARE, GLASS. Hardware and Willow-ware, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS PLUMBING AND CAS FITTING Done to Order. Sign of the Big Red Coffee-Pot, NO. HO MAIN ST., : LOS ANGELES. Juu2ltf-5 ~PAGE & GRAVEL - Successor* to John Goller. Carriage and Wagon MANUFACTORY, k Nos. 33, 33 Hi id 37 Im* Augelc. street, LOS ANGELES, Cal. MANUFACTURE CARRIAGE, Wagons iiin. i Vehicles of all rA «*X kinds, of the BEST MATERIALS, aud on short notice A Complete Painting and Trimming Estab lishment attached. KS-Repalrlng neatly and promptly done. Bi.rrlccs Moderate. All work warranted, wml-tf—s L. Simon & Co., DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS Keep always on hand the best of everything In their line for family supply. A specialty mnde of tho manufacture of ull kluds of Sy rups for the trade, signoret's Building, No. 17 Main St. [augl3U FOR HALE. OAA BUCKsTTs MONTHS OLD l) V/V/ raised from Ewes shearing ten pounds ot Wool annu illy—Colonel Uolllster's stock. Price, $10 to SIS. Apply to als-lm EIAVOOD COOPER. Santa Barbara THE NEW EASTKEN FASHIONABLE PHRENOLOGY I DR C PINKHAM, Will lecture on Phren ology, at Good Templars' Hall, on Mon day, Tuesday and Friday evenings, August ol -i, and Septembv Ist and 4th, at 8 o'clock. Admission for Uent l «m< n 25 cents; Ladies 10 c's. Phrenological camh a lons With printed charts, 41. Ai o, Magnetic healing from Ito 9 r. M.. at the Wnlte House. auu29-lw* O. W. PARKER, Teacher and Conductor of VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Residence, No. 416 spring St. PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED. All oideis leitat the above room., or al Brodrlck's Book store, will receive prompt at tention. augUUtf MISCELLANEOUS. THE MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. L. M. HOLT, Secretary. No. 41 Temple Block Lo* Angeles. THIS ASSOCIATION IS DESIGNED TO pay the sum of ##'-£,000 to the family or nominee of deceased mem bers. Its membership Is now rapldlv filling up. The expense to each member Is light—the cost being about one-third that charged by the old-style Life Insurance Companies. The Mutual Aid, A pnoer devoted to the Interests of the Asso clai oi will be sent to anyone applying to the Sec ot iry. A gjod, live agent is wanted In every neigh borhood In Southern California, to canva-is for members. For further particulars inquire of the Secre tary, either In person or by letter, ; Los Angeles, July IS, 1874. STOCK FOR SALE. THE CASTAC WATER DITCH AND PLACER MINING COMPANY. Capital Stock of this Company 930,000 DIVIDED INTO P.OOO SHARES. TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED Shares of this Stock has been set apart for working capital, one thousand of which are now to he sold for cash. For Information call on B. L. Peel, or R. M. WILLIAMS, au4 tf— 4% President. THE GREAT IRRIGATING PUMP! OF THE DAY. MP. W. T. CLAPP HAVING LOCATED permanently In Los Angeles, will tttten 1 to tbe business pertaining to the Wilcox Steam Water Lifter For me In Los Angeles county. My patrons will nnd Mr. Clapp to be a fair and honorable business man. Call and see him at his resi dence, San Gabriel Orange Grove Association, San Gabriel, or address P. O. Box 73, Los An geles- ALLEN WILCOX. San FrancißCO, May 17,1874. Jy2Btf—4 FURNITURE FORTHE MILLION! H. NEWBAUER, SPRING STREET, Next door to the H kka i. t> Office, Has constantly on hand an extensive stock ol FURNITURE, BEDDING AND WINDOW-SHADES, And everything In his line, which will bo sold cheaper than the cheapest. myotf «IVK HIM A CALL. lunltf-5 Col. Geo. Deaver, QAN BE FOUND AT HIS* SALOON, On Commercial street, opposito the Depot, where he Is always ready to smile with his friends. [augl2-tf] Cull unci Wee Him. THOROUGHBRED 3g| MERINO RAMS! ..<IH«1 L — FROM - ADDISON COUNTY, VERMONT. I have twenty ofthe above CELKBRATED RAMH, Twelve of which are FOR HALE. SIMON LEVY, aug2Btl No. »4 Allso street. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING ESTABLISHMENT. CAROLINE C. BURTON. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL styles. Braids, Curls and Waterfalls made at the shortest notice. Tangled hair straightened and made Into any shape. Pcr umes of tho finest quality on 'hand and for sale. No. 9 Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. Advertise Our County! Let people abroad know WHAT WE ARE, WHAT WE CAN BE. If you do not inform them, who will? To save yon time and money, the Herald Company has NOW READY, SECOND EDITION One Thousand Cepies PRICE FIVE CENTS, The "Herald" Pamphlet, 16 pages solid reading matter, about Los Angolcs County. Ten Thousand Questions Answered ITS AGRICULTURAL, MAUFAC TURING AND MINING HE SOURCES. Its Geographical and Com mercial Position. Harbors, liuilronci h unci Rail road Sy.tem. Statistics relating to Climate, Cost of Living, Etc., — WITH A — m a i» o it OUR BACK COUNTRY P.ioc Only Five Cents. Send them to your friends in tue States or In Europe. It costs lews to send one of these Pamphlets than It does to write » letter. SEND YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE J WANT TO PURCHASE THIS SEASON 100,000 GALLONS OF OLIVES For manufacture luto niiveoll ut my Itetlneiy at Sun Fernando. All parties rai.-i g oliv. s are requested to call on me, oron A. CUYAS. at the Metropolitan Saloon. Highest muiktt price paid. aug4-liu-.H>i R. 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