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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
TUESDAY SEPT. 8, 1574.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
ONE DOLL \R per Squaro often lines, first
Insertion, and twkntv-fiVK cents per isquare
for each subsequent insertion.
POSTAL CHANGES.
Tho following postal changes went Into op
oration, July Ist, 1874: All publications are
free of postage to subscribers in the county in
which they are published. Hooks and pack
ages of merchandise, to the weight of four
pounds, can bo sent by mail at the rato of one
emit for every two ounces or fraction over.
Tied packages may bo entirely enclosed.
Soma portion of sealed packages must be
opened for Inspection.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The Constantine will arrive at Wil
mington to-day.
The Pacific will sail for San Fran
cisco ou Saturday, September 12th.
R. Davis & Co. will have an auction
sale of furniture at 11 o'clock this
morning.
In front of a Main street coffin
warehouse there is a sign "Rooms to
rent."
Tho Distrtct and County Courts
both opened their sessions yesterday
for the September term.
McDonald and Edwards alias Lam
bert, both Indicted for murder, were
arraigned in the District Court yester
day and given the nsnal time to plead.
Mr. Kaiser's auction sale of his fine
collection of oil paintings will take
njace at the salesroom of Dewy, Kim
ball & Co., on Thursday next.
Ground was broken yesterday on
Mr. Temple's lot adjoining the
Herald office for the new postoffice
building which Is to be erected at
once.
Remember the social and ball of the
Los Angeles Guards, to come off at
their armory to-night. A grand time
is expected and will be enjoyed by all
who attend.
Captain Chas. E. Bcane and General
John M. Baldwin have formed a co
partnership, and will carry on the
business of real estate and money
brokers.
It Is reported that the Temescal Tin
Mining Company and others have
commenced the construction of a ditch
twenty miles in length which will
take water enough from the Santa
Ana river to irrigate about 6.000 acres,
3,600 of which belong to the above
named Company, and the balance to
Hayward & Co., beinga portion ofthe
Hartshorn tract.
Attention is direoted to the advertise
ments appearing this morning of prop
erty for sale by Messrs. Chamberlin &
Bancroft. Eight splendid building
lots on Main stieet are offered at pri
ces varying from SGOO to $700. A line
property consisting of a house and lot
on tbe east side of the Plaza is for sale
at a bargain. They have also a mag
nificent orchard property on their
books which can be purchased for
12,000 cash, and many other bargains
in real estate.
The County Board of Examination
granted teachers' certificates at the
close of their session last Saturday, as
follows: First Grade —Miss Maggie
Hamilton, Messrs. H. A. Saxe, S. H.
Butterfield, L. T. Smith, T. W. Cline
and W. C. Mosher. Second Grade-
Mrs. Mary E. Martin, Miss Nettie
Hamilton, Miss Ella Hall, Messrs. H.
N. Lowry and J. P. MeNamer. Third
Grade—Miss Jennie H. Clapp, Miss
Sylvia Hartley and Miss Matilda Mc-
Murtry. Five candidates stumbled by
the wayside and were commended to
other fields of usefulness.
By reference to the directory in an
other column it will be seen that a
change has been made in the arrival
and departure of a portion of the
mails; those from stations between
San Francisco and Los Angeles open
ing at 11 A. M. and closing at 4 p. M.,
and the tri-weekly mail from South
ern Arizona arriving at 9:45 A. M. on
Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, and
leaving at 4 p. It. on Monday, Wed
nesday and Saturday. On the San
Diego lino the mail arrives at 9:40 a.
m. and closes at 4 p. M.
Last Saturday night was the occa
sion of a surprise party in honor of
the birth day Mrs. Henry Rhelm.
About twenty young couples marched
down Main street to her residence
where a serenade was started by a duet
sung by Miss Rosa Reim and Prof.
Arevalo; then music by Dick Kern &
Co. Curtain raises and the entire
company walk in aud indulge in
dancing. About midnight the sur
prisers were surprised by Piepenberg's
Brass Band. Miss Blaucho performed
seme very difficult Irish and Spanish
jigs All enjoyed themselves to their
entire satisfaction and the party broke
up at daylight.
Serious Accident.
On Sunday afternoon Ambrosia Sal
azar a young native woman who lives
on tne line of the railroad about two
and a half miles from this city met
with a terrible accident which came
near causing her death. While cook
ing in the hitchen her clothes caught
fire from a brand which fell from the
stove and she was at once enveloped
in names. Very indiscreetly, she ran
out in the open air, thus increasing
the blaze. A sister of the unfortunate
lady, Mrs. Olivas, and Mr. Juan Buel
na came to her assistance, and after
some time by tho opportune use of a
barrel of water standing near at hand
they succeeded In extinguishing the
flames though both had their hands
badly burned in the operation. Miss
Salazar was found to be se
riously burned her back, chest, and
limbs being badly blistered and
her eyebrows and hair being
singed off. Very fortunately Dr.
Stan way who happened to be rid
ing by with a companion stopped at
tlie house to procure a drink of water
and was made acquainted with the
circumstances. He administered such
relief to the afflicted parties as was at
his command and made them as com
fortable as circumstances would admit.
Soou after Dr. Lyford who had been
summoned from the city arrived and
took the patients in charge. They are
now in a fair way to recover, and the
young lady will not suffer any perma
nent Injury more thau scars upon her
person.
Stiver Wedding.
Tho twenty-fifth anniversary of the
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. M. Norton
occurred last Sunday, and was appro
priately celebrated at their residence
on Fort street. At 1 P. ftf. a dinner
was given to the relatives and friends
of the family, at which a board wan
spread with all tho luxuries of the
season and supplemented by a pro
miscuous pulling of champage corks.
Toasts appropriate to tho occasion were
offered by Rev. Mr. Edelman, Mr. M.
Morris, Mr. Mendelsohn, late of Japan,
and Mr. B. Cohen, with many wishes
for endless good luck to the bride
groom aud bride, and the recurrence
in due time of their golden and
diamond wedding. Mr. Levy and
lady, a couple far on tho shady side of
life who officiated at the wedding of
Mr. Norton and wife as bridegroom
and bridesmaid a quarter of a oentury
back honored the occasion with their
presence and gave expression to a
countenance of their old regard. An
elegant array of silverware was pre
sented to Mr. Norton and lady by
friends in this city and San Francisco.
In the evening a large company as
sembled at the house to conclude the
festivities and enjoyed themselves
until a late hour with banquet, music
and dancing.
open-"ir Services.
The open-air services in English and
Chinese attracted quite a crowd in
front of Temple Block last Sunday.
Although the services were designed
principally for the edification of the
Celestials, they were very much in the
minority, not more than twenty being
present altogether. After a short ad
dress, delivered by the Rev. Dr. Fran
cis, the Chinese missionary spoke to
his countrymen for about fifteen min
utes. He seemed to be earnest and
impressive in his words, however odd
they sounded to the majority of his
listeners, and those who could under
stand his import gave him the most
marked attention. To the credit of our
city, we are proud to say that in that
promiscuous gathering, with its some
what peculiar, and, to some, ludicrous,
circumstances, not the least disrespect
was shown by word or action to either
the speaker or any of the Chinese au
ditors. After the conclusion of his re
marks, a chart bearing a translation
of the little song, "There is a Happy
Land," in Chinese characters,
was hung up in sight of the
assemblage, and the missionary
attempted to lead his Chinese
brothers in rendering it into song. To
onr notion, it was a sorry attempt at
music, but we suppose it was melody
to the drum of John's ear. Afterwards
It was sung with the English words
and tune, sounding much more Chris
tian-like. The assembly was finally
dismissed by a benediction,pronounced
in passable English by the missionary.
Church Organization.
An Ecclesiastical Council met at the
new German Ecclesiastical Church, on
Spring street, between Fourth and
Fifth, in this city, on Sunday, the 10th
instant, for the purpose of organizing
a Baptist Church. The delegates
present were Revs. John Francis of
San Francisco, J. C. Curtis of Los Ni
etos, Deacon I. Lankershim of San
Francisco, Rev. Mr. Cooper and Dr.
Hobbs, with a number of lay breth
ren.
The meeting was called to order by
the appointment of Roy. J. C. Curtis
as President and Mr. Hancock as Sec
retary. After the reading of the Dec
laration of Faith aud Covenant and
other preliminary exercises, reading
letters from the churches, etc., the
Rev. John Francis delivered the rec
ognition sermon and the Rev. Mr.
Curtis the charge to the newly organ
ized church officers, pastor, etc.
During the day two Chinese and
English services were held and largely
attended—the first being on the public
square near Temple Block, where the
best of order was maintained, and the
second in the church on Spring street.
Commencing at tho close of the or
ganization services, and notwithstand
ing tho meeting was protracted for
four hours without intermission the
interest was continued to the close.
The newly organized church will
meet every Sabbath at the above
named church edifice at 3 o'clock p. M.
Postoffice Business.
Through the kindness of Mr. Frank
Gibson, money order clerk of the Post
office, we are enabled to give the fol
lowing abstract of business done in the
money order department during the
last two weeks:
During the week ending August 20th there
were issued—
Forty-eight domestic orders, amount
ing to $1,382 67
Two German International orders,
amounting to St! 00
There were paid—
Tirty four domestic orders, amount
ing to 1,108 63
Advices on hand of orders not pre
sented lor payment 2,000 00
During the week ending September 6th
there were issued —
Fifty-two domestic ordors, amount
ing to $1,029 51
Sixteen German International orders
amounting to 470 00
Two British International orders,
amounting to 38 11
There were paid—
Fifty-six domestic orders, amount
ing to 2,261 97
Advices on hand of orders not pre
sented 1,500 00
Orders issued during two weeks $3,231 19
Orders paid " " " '• 3,450 00
How Is It?
Editor Herald: How is it that
the Commute on Police make a dis
crimination betwen officers when
charges are preferred against different
members of the police force?
Some two weeks ago a charge was
preferred by a person of doubtful rep
utation, in fact a notorious rough and
hoodlum. The officer was immediate
ly suspended from duty and an infor
mal trial or inquisition was held be
fore the Police Committee. The tes
timony did not go to prove anything
against the officer but went conclu
sively to prove all that the officer said
was true. But there was a certain pet
of the committee that must have a
place, and the decision was concluded
long before the inquisition met, and
the officer mentioned was compelled
to send in his resignation.
Veritas.
Los Angeles, Sept. 7th 1874.
The Santa Barbara Index is respon
sible for the statement that a field of
barley plowed three years ago at tlie
base of the Santa Cruz mountains
yielded this year a volunteer crop of
fifty bushels to the acre.
Suggestion! to the Grangers.
Kditou Herald: As the Granger
interest Is strong and becoming
stronger daily, I would like to ofTer a
suggestion as to a possible relief Kjr
our southern counties, that do not
grow wheat as readily and profitably
as tho other portions of the State, but
do grow unfailing crops of barley. I
believe that it will pay to ship barley
direct to England, if the tonnage can
be obtained. While in Europe last
year it was a part of my business to
examine carefully the shipping, with
a view to charter or purchase possibly
vessels to bring passengers and freight
direct to the southern part of Califor
nia. Therefore, I placed myself in
communication with tho principal
ship-building firms of tho United
Kingdom, to ascertain the expense of
charter and purchase of such a class of
vessels as would be suitable to bring
passengers direct, via the Isthmus er
.Straits of Magellan, and return with
freight. My plan Involved the con
struction of sucli vessels as it was
found upon investigation that there
were no craft suitable for the exigen
cies of such a voyage.
As my experience in the building
of steamers has been acquired by ac
tual investment and construction. I
soon discovered that a new model and
mode of propulsion was required to
unable one to overcome the difficul
ties to encounter in steaming from
Europe to California without break
ing bulk or vice versa. My plan of
construction was submitted to the
most competent engineers of both
Europe aud America, and met with
an unqualified approval. Now as I
am heart and soul a granger although
not belonging to the organization, it
would give me exceeding pleasure to
go to England or the East and build
one sr more ships to transport freight
or passengers direct between the Old
World and tho New upon such terms
and in so desirable a style as to leave
nothing to ask by emigrant or ship
per that desired to reach our industri
al home, or send away our surplus
fruits or grains.
There are iron masters and ship
builders in Englang and Scotland
who would gladly take barely as pay
ment for their ships. So there is no
excuse for being dependent upon any
one for our own conveyance.
F. M. Shaw.
Los Angeles, Sept. 0, 1874
Board of Supervisors.
Monday, Sept. 7th.
Sealed proposals for building two
bridges over the Wilmington and An
aheim road and one over the Anaheim
and Spadra road, were ordered to bo
advertised.
Petition to establish and declare a
public highway leading from Alameda
street, Los Angeles, to Compton, de
nied.
The votes for Supervisor of the First
District were canvassed and Gabriel
Allen declared elected. Total vote
cast, 273.
Adjourned till to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock.
Pacific Coast Items.
Four car-loads of trait arc shipped
daily from Vacaville to San Francisco.
Gov. Booth is paying a visit to the
Mare Island Navy-Yard, whore he is
the guest of Dr. Browue.
A man working for D. Pona, was
thrown from a wild horse near Vaca
ville last week, and received injuries
from Which he died next day.
Wheat has been coming to tho
Salem mills at tho rate of about 3,000
bushels per day for ten days past, and
the receipts of new wheat foot up to
more than 30,000 bushels.
Tho Western Union Telegraph Com
pany are constructing a new line from
Koseburg to Yreka. The work is al
most finished, and it is expected that
the line will be ready for service in a
few days.
LETTER MSI'.
Llstof letter! remaining In tho Los Angoles
Postoffleo Monday, Sopt. 7th, 1871. To obf
tain these lettors sny "Advertised." All let
ters not called for In 30 days will be returned
to tho Dead Letter Omc«:
LADIIiH' LIST.
Bates, Mrs Kaynus, Mrs S E
Burton, Caroline C Hyan, Miss Kate
Brown, Miss Virginia Santongue, Mrs Emma
Connord, Mrs Eflsa Stone, Miss Hannah E
Dlffendor er.MrsAunaTompkins, Miss Rose
Outward, Augustine Tompkins, Mrs Nellie
Hattleld, Mrs FD Thompson, Miss Susan
Merrick, Mrs C Valenxuela, Maria
Moore, Miss Eli/.a Wade, Mrs Margaret
Ortega. Maria De Wudklus, Miss Ella
Reynolds, Mrs Jane
OESTI.KMKMS' LIST.
Addison, Harry Hillenbrand, Albert
Anriquos, Ansclmu Hillenbrand, Fred
Barrer, Ludovick Hull, Frank
Baisley, Geo H Hug, Mr
Bernard, R Ingram, Joseph
Bernstein, s Juckson.Thos B
Bedome, William Jimenes, Chlnaco
Ui ad ley, William King, Henry
Burlingame, E B King, John 2
Burnap, John M McLaln, F M
liumngton. A C McFarlan, H D
Brown, John M McLaughlin. BenJ'mlo
Bull, B A Mlllord, Wm M
Cage, Robert Muller, Geerge
Cartor, Wm Thomas Morton, W M
Callaway, Roy I U Nun, II H
Colish, sum Powell, DrJ
Cro|>per, Lomur Powell, DrJ G
Cook, J G King A Mutlhewson 8
Delor, Thomas Redding. Mr Cherry
Delor, Jacques Rangel, Jesus
Doming A Palmer Richurdson, C E
Demming, Theo F Reas, T W
Davis, John W Romero, Manuel
Daniels, Robert Russiek, Mr
Donovan, M F 2 Heott, Chas B
Donovan, Melancton Scott, F R
Dunn.GW Shaw, L R 2
Kgun, John Seaton, W W
Esperon, Domlnlqur Sheetz, Zebulou
Foster, David Steele, Jas P
Krlsble, Lyman Sumnor, Chas
Qarber, Wm B Syenson, Gustav
Goodner, Judge M M Strong, W R
Ganzales, Manuel, Wicks, Col MJ
Hakes, It Wiltfong, George
Hlaes, James
H. K. W. BENT, P. M.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
CLARENDON.
D C Dunning, s F A Swift, H Brnrdno
STarpeon, dt» NY T McNealy, S Diego
G A smith, Uo v» 11 Shearman, St Lit
J O Nicholas, A B Cooper, Hongkong
C C Edlger, S Ana W G Halstead, S Frnd
J Manchray, do A E Vail, Anhm
H O'Neal, W A Brown, Downey C
A J Sanders, Orange J A Stewart, do
PICO.
B Leaty, SF J Lankershim, S Frnd
E Gaxiola, do E A Phelps, Nietos
G Pridhum, J Arnuly Esposa.SGbl
Kllazzard, S F
LAFAYETTE.
II Meba-h,elty J McFaddon, S Ana
T J McLeron, s For J A Oliver, S F
MoHulpino, ranch De la Oso, ranch
C Gamier. Brea Ranch D W Miller, L Nietos
Frank Baker, S F Tim Crowell, Wmgtn
UNITED STATES.
Mrs Armstrong,Anhm G R Dille, S Fernando
T A Travis, do F Frohlery, do
GRBrlerly, do II A Hillyer, do
J Ludsboury, do M Hcnkcr, do
C J Hovey, do W Courcney, do
E Kvey.w &d, do LDGillooly, do
D W Cowen, do Murnanc, do
W S smith, do J Juslek, do
F F Okble, Guerta N Donevan, Bksftd
Cb Kowlton, Monte C V Mlller.Rubottoms
Mooney, city N A Brown, city
Ch Hess, Spadra L Saver, H Gabriel
II Cravcnur, II W II spourgo, H Ana
J Kellv, do W H Fish, w A c, city
Ch Rodey, do F Schrolber, S Ber .
11 F Kochler. Sac H G Baraly, city
A Kittbcvuskl, Lyon St
Splendid gents suits. Coat pants
and vest, for $12, very heavy. Gents
Satinet pants $2 00 and $2 50 at the
Bazaar corner of Main and Requena
streets. •
Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main
and Roquena streets, are now selling
out their Spring and Summer stock at
roduced prices. If you want to savo
money give them a call. •
Tho quickest way to make a for
tune is to buy your goods at the
Bazaar, corner of Slain and Requeua
streets. *
Five spools of Coat's thread for 25 cts.
Four papers American pins for 25 cts.
Four pieces Worstead braid for 25 cts.
At the BaiaaS, corner of Main and Reque
na streets. *
MARRIED.
KEELY-COMERFORD. —In this city, on
Sunday, August 81st, by Rev. Father Lynch,
Mr. David Keely to Miss Mary Comerford,
both of this city.
Special Notices.
Ten yards brown factory for 81.
Eight yards extra heavy 4-4 factory for al.
Ten yards do do 30 inch for 11.
Four spools Brook's thread lor 25 cts.
A» the Bazaar, cornerof Main and Reque
na streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel. *
Four pair seamless hose for SI.
Three pair diamond toed Shaker socks for
81 DO.
At Isaac Norton A Co.'s, cornerof Main
and Roquena 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 streot. Orders are coming
in so rapidly that Aye workmen are unable to
supply the demand. *
Agency Imperial of London and
Queen of Liverpool; capital,slB,o<X),ooo. North
ern of London, capital, 8:5.000,000; and Hart
ford of Hartford, capital, $3,000,000. Office :
Room No. 8 Downey Block.
JOHN CARLIN, Agent.
sops-tf
aa. The tide of immigration Is steadily set
ting In, and the first tiling eastern people do
Is to throw away their New York Hats and buy
a new one of Desmonp. They suy there Is no
comparison between the two. 2)sjo
Agency Liverpool and London and
Globe Insurance Company. Assets, 821,000,
-000. Agency State Investment Insurance
Company. Fire and Marine. Assets, 83110,00(1,
at Brodrlck's Book Store, near tht> Postoffice.
Ik
That handsome suit of clothes came
from Fltspatrlck's. He makes tbe finest
fifing suits to be had in the city; best of ma
terlal; scientific cutting; good workmanship;
style. Call on Fltspatrick the fashionable
tailor when you wish to replenish your ward
robe. tf
Go to the Fashionable Tailor, Fltz-
Fatric.lt, when you want a fine suit of clothes,
f you desire recommendation, ask any of
his numerous customers, and you will be
told that" Flti." always does his work well
giving fine work, good material and reasona
ble prices.
Do you want a stylish and neat-flt
ting Boot or Shoe, Ihen cull at once on Win.
Slaney's Cosmopolitan Boot and Shoe Store,
for he receives by every steamer tho 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 he guarantees to give his
customers all hand made bootß and perfect fit
at tbe same price that you pay for muchlne
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. •
EL DORADO BTOR E.
A. O, CHAUVIN,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer lv Choice
Family Groceries, Country Produce, Wlnrs.
Liquors and Tobacco.
TO Main w(., Lo»An»cl<««.
Mg&htf
New Drug Store!
I>r. V. Geloioh
HAS OPENED AN EXCELLENT DRUG
Store, well assorted with tbe best medi
cines, which he constantly receives by every
steamer from the famed house of Messrs.
Reddtngton, Hostettcr A Co., Sun Francisco.
This new Drug Store recommonds itself to
nil the Inhabitants of Los Angeles in general,
as also to the many friends of Dr. V. Gelclch,
who have not lorgotten lha celebrated Plata
Drug Store, which hus now been removed to
Eort St. i bet. Third & Fourth.
The Doctor also recommends the services of
the experienced chemist and apothecary who
attend* his drug store.
ALL THE MODERN LANGUAGES
Are spoken and prescriptions are compound
ed with great care und accuracy
BOTH HAY AND MGIH'.
sept-stf
J. G. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS,
DOORS, WINDOWS. BLINDS,
Posts. Shakes.
Plaster Paris,
CEMENT and HAIR.
Cornet of Alameda and First strewts.
LOB ANGELES, CAL.
W. W. ROBINSON,
AGENT.
11 ol man's team ready In yard to deliver or
ders. sepStf
MONEY TO LOAN
- AT —
ONE PER CENT. PER MONTH!!
— IN SUMS OF —
$2,500 to $50,000,
- BY THE -
Savings Union of San Francisco!
In the ordinary mode.
By the SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, on
the instalment plan.
The expense of obtaining money from these
Ii si nut ions, including surveyor's report and
examination of title will be one and one-half
per cent, on all amounts under $10,000. For
all above that, such as can bo agreed upon
wlihthe boirower. Applications received by
W. H. BROOKS,
scpl-lm No. 8 Downey Block.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the Council
Will receive bids at Us ■■■Slim of Septem
ber the 17th. 1874, for so much of the »S,«X) in
City Bonds bearing 7 per cent, per annum as
will produce In gold col n^ RKJ| j K
augUStd ' City Clerk.
MISCELLANEOUS.
X U. WOHKMAN. WM. B. WOKKMAW
Workman Bros.,
Manufacturers and Importers of
HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES
WHIPS,
SADDLERY WARE. ETC.
A Good Assortment of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS'
Traveling Bags,
Satohols and Ynliaca,
Always on band.
Fine Cart-lav*. Rntrsy sad Team
HARNESS AND SADDLES,
Of our own Manufacture constantly on hand.
We are prepared to offer Great ludaee
meuts to Purchasers.
W Repairing promptly and carefully
attended to.
Come and see us, at the Sign of the Big
Horse, 78 Main street, Los Angeles, Cal.
iunl—s
PIONEER
SADDLE AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY.
S. C. FOY Proprietor.
1864.
Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re
tail dealer in all kinds of Saddlery and Har
ness.
The best brands of Saddle, Harness and
Sole Leather, always on hand and for sale at
wholesale and retail.
No. 17 Lob Angeles Streeet,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
nols-tf-6
New Furniture Store!!
Herberger & Johannsen,
UPHOLSTERERS
AND
Cabinet Makers
(C. S. nOTEL BUILDING),
Requena St., Los Angeles,
Call attention to their New Furniture and Up
holstery 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 firm offer advantages
to purchasers afforded by no other house.
New and Fashionable
Stylos of Parlor, Bedroom, Dining and Kitch
en Furniture always on hand.
UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING
Attended to promptly. Satisfaction guaran
teed. agl6-lm
NOTICE TO
TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS!
ON AND AFTER JULY IST,
1874, tho undersigned
establish a bbbsbbsw
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 tlie 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 U. S. Mall and Express
for Rincon, Chino, Riverside aud San Bernar
dino. Returning will
Leave San Bernardino every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday.
At 8 o'clock a. m., connecting with Southern
Pacific Railroad ut Spadra lor Los Angeles.
Running time and Fare the same as by the
Cucamongo route. This route, avoiding the
Desert, tuns along the valley of the Santa Ana
river and through tlie well-known colony at
Riverside. H. W. ROBINSON, Proprietor.
JunlWtf—B
EVERYBODY WANTS ONE OF THOSE
Emerson Pianos.
HAVING RETURNED TO THIS CITY,
I now resume my business, heretofore
conducted by J. D. Patrick, and have Just or
dered a fresh installment of those
SPLENDID INSTRUMENTS,
Of which there has been more sold within the
ast six months In this city than of all others
put together. Also
Dunham & Decker Pianos, and Estey
and Mason & Hamlin Organs
For sale on easy Installments. Pianos and
Organs for rent GEO. A. ARMSTRONG,
At Photographic Parlors, Downey Block.
JlySlm—B'
J. L. Ward & Co.,
43 MAIN STREET,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE AGENTS
KKPItESENTINO
London Assurance Corporation,
Assets, 513,000,000.
/Etna Insurance Co., of Hartford,
Assets, 90.000.000.
Union Ins. Co., of San Francisco
Assets, 5i.000,000.
Policies are written by us in above com
panics, without reference lo parent offices.
Liberal advancements made on GRAIN 01
PRODUCE, consigned to our correspondent*
in San Francisco, at moderate rates of com
mission. le 23-lm —
MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE,
FURNITURE.
DOTTER & BRADLEY,
(Successors to Dotter A Lord),
Have now the Largost Stock ever
brought here.
Have Just received a large lot directly from
tbe East, and cordially invite tbe
pub.lc to examine their good*
and price name.
Carpets,
Oil Cloths,
Matting,
Ktc. ICtc. Ktc.
Sidney Lacey,
(With Dotter & Bradley),
Is still selling everything In above
lines at Reduced Prices, and
guarantees Work and Goods.
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
DOTTER & BRADLEY
Are still Agents for the
OROVKR &l BAKKR
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW
ING MACHINE,
And would beg leave to call attention
to the fact that
FOUR
New nnd Distinct and
Important
Improvements have been added to
this Machine recently, making
it past all competition.
86 MAIN STREET. 86
LOS ANGELES,
jlyl Sign of the Bi«r Bed Chair. tflO
SOMETHING NEW
I.OS ANGELES.
I TAKE PLEASURE IX INFORMING MY
friends and the public generally, that
I have engaged one of the very best
WATCHMAKERS
Dlreet 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, 26,000 nssotleu
articles, for sale cheap, at
C. DFCOMMFHTS,
CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STS.
iVo. Rft, my6m—2
TO THE PUBLIC.
The Newly Established Store of
Peter I_^iiniiey,
Offors for sale a splendid assortment of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS.
WINF.S, LIQUORS
CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc,, Etc,,
At the lowest market prices.
He respectfully solicits a shore of the public
potrouago. Goods delivered free to all parts
of the city.
PETER LUNNEY,
22ftf-2'.; 117 nnd 11» Main at.
T. C. BWIGART. JOS. HUBER, JR.
SWICART & HUBER,
DEALERS JJf
STOVES, Tirs\
COPPER AND SHEET-IRON-WARE
AND
CROCKBBTWARE, GLASS.
Hardware and Willow-ware,
LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
PLUMBINC AND CAS FITTING
Done to Order.
Sign of the Big Red Coffee-Pot,
NO. 110 MAIN ST., : LOS ANGELES.
Jun2ltf-5
PAGE & GRAVEL,
Successors to John Goller.
Carriage and Wagon
MANUFACTORY,
Nos. 33, 33 and 37 Los Au(teles street,
LOS ANGELES, Cal.
MANUFACTURE
Wagons and Vehicles of all cA.KJs>
kinds, of the REST MATERIALS, W&ZX? 1
and on short notice.
A Complete Painting and Trimming Estab
lishment attached.
MTRepairing neatly and promptly done.
Sts-Frlces Moderate. All work warranted.
mn I-tl—s
L. Simon & Co.,
DEALERS IN
WINES AND LIQUORS
Keep always on hand the best of everything
In their Hue for family supply. A specialty
made of the manuluuture of all kinds of Sy
rups for tho trade,
signoret's Building, No. 17 Main st. [augl3tt
FOR WALE.
OAA BUCKS, 18 MONTHS OLD
fj\J\J raised from Ewes shearing ten
pounds ot Wool annually—Colonel Hollister's
stock. Price, $10 to $15. Apply to
als-lm ELWOol) COOPER.
Santu Barbara
Notice of Altering and estae
lishing the Grade of Streets.
NOTICE Is hereby given in pursuance of
See. 2 nnd 8, Article 7, of the Amended
City Charter of Los Angeles City, ofthe inten
tion of the Common Council to ulter and es
tablish the grade of the following streets:—
Kort street, trout 3d to 4th street; 4th street,
from Fort street to Hill street; Hill street,
from 4th to Oh street; oth street, front Hill
street to Pearl street, so as to conform to the
grade as surveyed by Wm. Moore, and ap
proved by the Common Council, Augusi 18,
1K74. Any person or persons objecting lo said
proposed establUhmenv or grade, mutt pro
sent their protest to the Council, within 20
days from this dute, September sth. 1*74.
This notice is given by order ol the Com
mon Council ut IU sesslou of Scut. ad, 1874.
M. KREMER,
Clerk ofthe Common Council of Los
Augeles City. *eps-10d.-.
MISCELLANEOUS.
LOS ANGELES AGENCY.
A Most Valuable Discovery!
The Babcock Fire Extinguisher.
The Best Protection Against FIRE,
and tho
Most Efficient and Sura Destroyer of the
"Scale Bug-."
The chemicals used do not Injure the bnrk
or fruit, and two or three applications will
cleanse the worst affected trees.
The ordinary charge is Certain Death to
SQUIRRELS. ANTS AC.
The certificates or Mr. J. De Bartr Shorn,
Col. E. J. C. Kf.wkn, and other gentlemen,
can be seen at the office of the Agent.
AGENCY FOR
DIEBOLD NORRIS A Co.'s
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, Combi
nation Locks and Vault Door,
The best and most reliable Safes in the
market.
WEAVER A TAYLOR'S
Celebrated Carbolized Rubber Hose.
This Hose will be furnished In all sizes nnd
In such length as may bo required, at San
Francisco Prices.
Crofutt's Life Protectors, Rubber and
Leather Buckets &c, &c.
SOLE AUKXT FOR TIIE
Safety Inkstand, Hurricane Cigar Light
ers, Burglar Alarms.
- ALSO THE —
Vernon Mineral Water,
A sure cure for Indigestion, Constipation,
!>'■ . .... i 11 .. .i. .. . ..r .i— ,r, *JT a ■
.... V. .... v. v. . ...... '' 1 ,no a Ol
Llvei. W. BOPnOvVE, Agent,
32 Main St., reai Of Telegraph office,
aug2B-0m Los Angeles.
Excursion Tickets!
GOODALL, NELSON &, PERKINS'
STEAMSHIP LINE.
AT THE REQUEST OF THE
Managers ofthe Mechanic's Industrial
Fair, to be held at San Francisco, and for the
convenience of visitors from this district, this
Company will Issue
* EXCURSION TICKETS
During the continuance ofthe Fair, for
EIGHTEEN DOLLARS
For the round trip, which will be good for re
turn on the vessels of Pacific Mall Steamship
Company, if so desired.
We are now prepared to issue these Tickets
al ltd J. L, WARD A CO., Agts.,43 Main st.
Excursion Tickets!
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO.
MECHANICS AND AGRICULTURAL
FAIR.
THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM
ship Company, in order to meet tho
wishes ol patrons and the public generally of
Los Angeles and San Bernardino
Counties, have decided to Issue Excursion
Tickets
TO SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN,
Good between the dates of August 14th an I
September 20th, either on steamers of this
llne or those of Messrs. Goodall,Nelson A Per
kins, for the price of
J$lS tlio Round Ti-ijp.
Cabin passage, Rerlhsand Meals Included.
Parties desirous of visiting the FAIRS of the
Mechanics' Institute and Bay District Fair
Ground Association,
Held between these dates, will be accom
modated on the Large and Commodious
Steamers of this line, enabling them to enjoy
a delightful excursion at this exceedingly low
rate.
For Tickets and other Information apply at
the office of the Company, Mala St., opposite
Commercial.
nii"l3>d 1 Tf. McLELLAN. Agent.
FURNITURE FORTHE MILLION!
H. NEWBAUER,
81'RI NCi STREET,
Next door to ihe Herald Office,
Has constantly on hand au extensive stock ot
FURNITURE,
BEDDING AND
WINDOW-SHADES,
And everything In his lino, which will be
sold cheaper than the cheapest.
mytttf GIVE HIM A CALL. lunltf—s
Col. Geo. Deaver,
QAN BE FOUND AT HIS
SALOO>,
On Commercial street, opposite the Depot,
where he la always ready to smile with his
friends. [augLMf]
Ota.ll mitl See Him.
THOROUGHBRED
3g| MERINO RAMS!
— FROM —
ADDISON COUNTY, VERMONT.
I have twenty ofthe above
CKLKBRATKD RAMS,
Twelve of which are
FOR H^LE.
SIMON LEVY,
aug2Btf No. 34 Allso slreet.
LADIES' HAIR DRESSING
ESTABLISHMENT.
CAROLINE C. BURTON.
LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL
styles. Draids, Curls and Waterfalls
made at the shortest notice. Tangled hair
straightened and made Into any shape. Per
umes of the finest quality on hand and for
sale. No. • Spring street, Los Angeles. Cal.
J WANT TO PURCHASE THIS SEASON
100,000
GALLONS OF OLIVES
For manufacture Into ollvooll at my Refinery
at San Fernando. All parties raising olives
are requested to call on me, or on A. L'L'VAS,
ut the Metropolitan Saloon. Highest market
price paid.
uug4-lm— 3% R. CARRERAS.
O.W. PARKER.
Teacher and Conductor of
VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Residence, No. 66 Spring St.
PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED.
All orders led at the above rooms, or Hi
Brodrick's Rook store, will receive prompt in
tention. augSOtf
VETERINAR^SURGEON.
OSCAR C. BALDY, V. &, TREATS ALL
discuses of the horse. Cau bo found
al corner Fourth and Fort streets. Los Auge
les, Cal. au2tf-2

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