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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
SATURDAY SEPT. 12, 1874.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
ONE DOLLAR per squaro of ton lines, first
Insertion, and twenty-five cents per Square
for each subsequent Insertion.
POSTAL CHANGES.
The following postal changes went Into op
eratlon.July Ist, 1871: All publications an
free of postage to subscribers in the county In
which they are imbllshed. Books and pack
ages of merchandise, to the weight of four
pounds, can be sent by mail at tho rate of one
cent for every two ounces or fraction over.
Tied packages may be entirely enclosed.
Homo portion of sealed packages must be
opoucd for inspection.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The Ventura will sail for San Fran
cisco to-morrow.
Mr. Dupuy will run a passenger
coach to the camp meeting grounds
to-morrow.
There will be a special meeting of
Orange Grove Encampment No. 31, at
half past 7 o'clock this evening.
The Senator will sail for San Fran
cisco this afternoon, passengers leav
ing by the 4 p. If. train.
The steamer Gipsy will sail from San
Francisco next Monday, with combus
tibles, for this port.
M. J. J. Melius will be a candidate
for the office of City Treasurer in the
approaching election.
A charge was brought in Justice
Gray's Court yesterday against Ramon
Valenzuela for committing assault
and battery on Manueleta Bohorques.
Mr. N. C. Carter arrived yesterday
with his colony from the East and is
stopping at the Pico House.
Dr. Lucky will repeat his sermon,
" Wine is a Mocker," to-morrow at
the M. E. Church, Port street. An
effort will be made to have a union of
the churches on this occasion.
The U. S. Revenue Oliver Wolcott,
Captain Scammon, arrived at Wil
mington yesterday, two days out from
San Francisco. Her passengers were
Senator J. P. Jones, Gen. Ned. Beale,
and Capt. White, of the Coast Survey.
An excursion train will be run to
and from Los Nietos to-morrow for
the accommodation of those wishing
to attend camp-meeting near that
place. The train will leave Los An
geles at 10:15 A. M., returning at 6:15
p. M.. A large number will take ad
vantage of the opportunity thus oifer
ed to visit tlie camp grounds.
The funeral of Mark Carleton, the
boy who accidentally shot himself
last Thursday, took place from the
family residence yesterday. The
classmates of the deceased lid joined
in the procession, and tbe flag at the
High School was lowered to half-mast
during the day in respect to the former
soholar and companion.
A gentleman named Grant Room
was robbed of some clothes and jew
elry in this city some time since. The
affair was kept quiet for the time, but
Officer Harris was placed on the track
of the burglarizing gentleman, and
yesterday effected his capture. The
thief's name proves to beClias. Miller.
He had on his person a pockt full of
the stolen jewelry, aud the clothing
which he had taken was also recov
ered.
The man who was accidentally shot
on the San Fernando train the day be
fore yesterday is Refugio Cruz. The
ball entered two inches below the
knee joint, on the outer side, ranging
downward, fracturing both bones of
the leg and lodging in tlie ankle joint,
where it was considerably llattened.
Dr. Stanway, with the assistance of
Dr. Jansco, extracted the ball and the
patient Is, we are glad to state, doing
well.
We were shown yesterday, by Capt.
Borrowe, a new patent nozzle for a fire
.lose, which we believe has great
merits. It is constructed very much
after the style of the ordinary nozzle,
but its novelty consists of an appara
tus for scattering the stream when de
sired, to cover a space three or four
times as large as can be reached by
that thrown in a solid body. It can
be changed without the least incon
venience, and made to operate in
either manner. The invention de
serves a trial by our Fire Company.
Bias Robles and Marquis Leiva, two
notorious horse-thieves, were. lodged
iv jail here yesterday. Tney had been
followed to Santa Barbara by Deputy
Sheriff Redowa, and captured at Mon
tecito. They were indicted here for
stealing horses from Dolores Cafieda
and Senor Sandoval. It is said that
an indictment is on file lc Fresno
county against Levia for murder, and
after his trial here he will probably be
sent for by the authorities of that
county. They were arraigned in the
District Court and Monday next set
for trial.
The Literary Society held a meeting
at Lawlor Institute last night and or
ganized under the name of the Los An
geles Lyceum. About twenty names
were signed to the constitution,
among whom were many of the young
ladies and gentlemen in the literary
circles of our city. Mr. T. A. Saxon
was elected President, Mr. Wright
Vice President and Mr. Binford Secre
tary. A constitution was adopted
meeting the requirements of tho or
ganization. The Lyceum has
commenced with the most favor
able auspices, and we trust
will continue to grow in num
bers and interest, constituting a means
of intellectual entertainment and im
provement for all associated with it.
A San Francisco paper says: On
Tuesday, November 7th, the real es
tate conveyed in the James Lick
trust deed will be offered for sale at
Piatt's Hall. The sale will be made
by order of the Trustees named in
Mr. Lick's deed. The property, in
cluding the Lick House lot and other
real estate in this city, the Island de
Santa Catalina off Wilmington har
bor, and Mr. Lick's landed interests
in Santa Clara and Los Angeles coun
ties and Virginia City, will be sold at
auction by Mourice Dorc. The terms
proposed are one-quarter cash, one
quarter every succeeding year, defer
red payments to bear interest at the
rate of eight per cent, per annum.
The sale is ordered with a view to
speedily carrying out the bequests of
Mr. Lick.
A PROTEST.
Editor Herald: As quite a num
ber of my friends in this section per
sist in calling me Doctor In spite of
my constant assertion that it was
against my wish to be thus addressed,
you among the rest, will excuse me if
"I rise to explain."
My profound respect and admira
tion for the science of medicine—or
more properly expressed the science of
making people well —has been so deep
nnd comprehensive, that hitherto it
has been impossible for me to bring
myself to feel that the title of healer
rightfully belonged to me, notwith
standing the facts that from time to
time within the past thirty years I
have been the recipient of three dif
ferent diplomas from institutes that
professed to prepare people to practice
the healing art, and have in that pe
riod treated successfully over fifteen
thousand cases, yet, incomprehensible
as it may appear, my sense of justice
has prevented me from claiming or
permitting the title of Doctor. I will
go a little further by stating that my
views are somewhat peculiar on the
subject, but no more so than some of
my cotemporaries in the work of hu
manity. It was found that a large
class of the more advanced humani
tarians of Europe, and some in Amer
ica were compelled to acknowledge
our rule that if allowed to become a
law would change the whole aspect of
the medical world in its relations to
the rest of mankind. That rule is,
that all people should be held strictly
responsible for damage done by neg
lect as well as that done by malice,
moreover that persons found profiting
by such neglect be held also as equal
ly or more criminal. For instance,
the man neglecting to remove or show
the obstruction that would wreck a
heavy passenger train was equally
culpable as the thief and robber that
takes the advantage of such wreck to
pillage the purses and effects of the
wounded and dying passengers. Now
for the application.
My view of the mission of the heal
er is so exalted that I have long since
determined that in this age of worship
of the golden calf, t here was no safety
whatever in allowing every sordid
motive to Interfere with the physical
welfare of our species; in otner words
that so long as the profession was al
lowed to profit by individual cases of
disarteror ill health, just so long it
would be for the interest of the follow
ers of that profession to cultivate dis
order.
Proceeding upon this hypothesis,
my practice has been thus far gratuit
ous, in order to be consistent. Whether
it will be possible to carry this consis
tency to extremes, remains to be
proven. After sneuding half a life
time in research, and often demon
strating the perfect curability of most
of the so-called incurable maladies, it
sometimes occurs to me that I have
mistaken mankind and do not yet un
derstand them. That most of the
world prefer to be ill in body, mind
or morals, if by such illness they
could support in indolent ease some
"society" pet. Possibly this is the
real state of the public mind; but at
the risk of being called hard names —
such as " lunatic," " fanatic," " re
former,*' etc. —we have ventured to
differ with the most of our bretheren,
and have started an Association, the
objects and purposes of which are set
forth in our articles of incorporation
thus;
First —The promotion of health and
the art and science of preserving
health.
Second — The encouragement and
prosecution of agriculture and the me
chanic arts.
Third —As auxiliary to said objects
the acquirement of real estate and the
erection of suitable buildings; said
buildings to be arranged on improved
sanitary principles, on land belonging
to the Association, to accommodate
the tbousands of persons who are
flocking to Los Angeles for health,
pleasure or permanent residence.
The plans of the management in
volve the construction of dwellings,
manufactories, water-works, and the
carrying on of all the employments
that occupy the most enlightened peo
ple, and the furnishing of perfectly
wholesome subsistence to all and any
persons that may require it, at a less
cost than it is possible to obtain these
accommodations elsewhere —in short,
to make the place the most desirable
resort in tho world for health, pleas
ure, occupation or permanent resi
dence.
It was fondly hoped, and we have
not abondoned that hope, that by the
establishment of such an Institute,
where we could freely demonstrate to
all who were interested in matters of
health, that the most stubborn cases,
will yield to skill, patience and hu
manity, thereby partially enabling us
to reimburse ourselves for the hun
dreds of thousands of dollars and the
weary years of time already expended
in perfecting our plans for the benefit
of the race.
As a minor consideration, in our es
timation, this would result in the
bringing of millions of gold to this
county by those who, as the writer
once was,* are ready to exchange his
paltry bags of yellow dust, many hun
dreds of pounds in weight, for a re
newal of his lease of life for a year.
The Great Lease-Holder saw fit to re
new indefinitely, and in humble, joy
ful gratitude, we as a token bestow
our little talent to benefit others, re
gardless of the cynicisms of doubters
in the policy of doing unto others as
we would that others should do unto
us. F. M. Shaw.
Los Angeles, Sept. 9th.
Oregon Items.
Parker & Morris' warehouse, at Al
bany, has already received 40,000 bush
els of grain. They expect to have 170,
--000 bushels.
Mr. Powers, of Shedd, raised this
year forty-five acres of a new variety
of wheat, called the Irish Laminath.
It yielded forty bushels to the acre.
A. L. Stinson and Dave Roland, a
few days ago, discovered a sulphur
spring, one mile above Jefferson, on
the Santiam river. This is said to be
the first spring of the kind ever found
in the State.
Mr. Copeland, who lives near the
Siletz Agency, says that during last
week it rained heavily in that section,
and if fair weatherdoes not come soon
the grain crop of the Agency will be
ruined. None has been cut as yet.
The Directors of the Alden Fruit
Preserving Company have purcbased
one entire block in the University ad
dition to the city of Salem, for the
purpose of erecting thereon the build
ings required for tho use of the com
pany.
[Written for the HERALD.]
TO "LISTA."
Nny: Hay no more that hope Is blasted,
Nor yet, that life Is blank and wasted;—
While life remniu
Sweet liopo retain,—
God's mercy may be trnsted.
Tell me not of life your weary,
Thai Its hopes nnd Joys are dead;
That Its hours are dark and dreary,
Full of pain, suspense and dread.
"Life, my child, is what we make It;"
For Its pangs Heaven hath Its cure.
Look above; seek, there you'll And It,
Safe and sweet, and calm as puie.
Though now you tread some dreary waste,
With thirst, fatigue and pain;
Press on; o'er desert sands make haste,
And reach the verdnnt plain.
What though those dark and thrcat'nlng
clouds
Hans heavy In tho Heaven;
And day puts on Uer mourning shrouds;
Blest light shall yet be givon.
Though night o'er take your lonely steps,
And darknesssetllo down,
And Odtfront midnight's darkest depth.-),
Come nature's gloomiest frown;
Though winds may sigh,'thwart angry sky;
And storms may come.and thunders roar,
All nature wearing naught but frowns,
From morning sky the shadows fly;.
And felt no more the mystic power
Of earth's discordant sounds.
Faint not, murmur not, never despnlr;
Heed not much the passing hour.
It o'er thee hat h little power;—
He who heeds the sparrow's fall,
Listening to thy suppliant call,
Makes thee his care.
Sigh not, weep no .more. Wipe away tho
tear;
On Christ's ever welcomo breast.
Lean In childlike peace to rest.
There in love's enfolding amis,
Safe beyond earth's rude alarms,
Banish every fear,
J. C. P.
San Francisco, Sept. 7, 1871.
Embalmed.
Last Wednesday we reported the
death of David E. Steen, a gentleman
who had just arrived from the East in
search of health, and was stopping at
Spadra. The body was brought to
this city and given into the hands of
Dr. Lyford to be embalmed, prepara
tory to being sent to Pittsburg, Pa.,
the home of the deceased. This diffi
cult process was successfully accom
plished and yesterday we saw the
body as it lay in the coffin, with the
features looking almost lifelike. This
process of embalming is one discover
ed by Dr. Lyford himself and not gen
erally known to the scientific world.
It is accomplished by injections into
the thermal artery, and so complete is
its effect that the body is turned al
most to stone without the least blem
ish or mark on any part and can thus
be preserved untouched by decay as
long as desired.
By his success in this branch of his
profession, Dr. Lyford has achieved
an enviable reputation throughout
this and other States of the Union.
Placer Mining.
One of the men employed on the
Castac water ditch came to the city
yesterday to inform the company that
rich placer beds have been discov
ered within one mile of the head of
the ditch, and located under the ditch
in an admiral position for working.
The gold was first discovered by one
of the hands who was trimming some
brush out of the way, the axe turning
up the soil, and exposed the gold.
This is good news for the company.
They will begin to wash out gold as
soon as one mile of the ditck is made.
Two miles below there is still another
bed of gravel that prospects well.
The Territories.
Delegate McGinnis of Montana, re
ceived 1,001 majority at the late elec
tion.
Skagit river, Washington Territory,
is to be surveyed immediately by the
Government.
The telegraph line is completed and
working from Winnemucca to the
Owyhee river.
The Creed & Butler mine, Colorado,
was recently sold to a Holland com
pany for $3,000,000.
Gallatin, Deep Creek, Willow Creek
and other brands of Montana flour,
are selling at [email protected] per sack at whole
sale.
A man named Haj's stabbed Jim
McLafl'erty atFairview, Utah, August
20th. He was arrested, but nothing
was done with him.
A warrant for $2,025 64 was issued
Monday in favor of Wells, Fargo &
Co. for redemption of civil bonds of
1857.
A tract of three acres at Bodega Bay
produced in one season sixty tons of
cabbages, which brought In San Fran
cisco $4,000 gold.
On Wednesday last, the dwelling of
Mr. Booth, a farmer in Chiles valley,
Napa county, was destroyed by fire.
Loss, $1,500; no insurance.
The residence of John Thompson, a
farmer living in Pajaro valley, was
burned to the ground on Sunday morn
ing. The loss is about $5,000; no in
surance.
The cold weather which prevailed
through so great a part of August ma
terially checked and delayed the ripen
ing of grain in Scott valley, SUkiyou
county.
Harvey Dunn, whose residence is
about twelve miles west of Kelton,
Utah Territory, has committed sui
cide by cutting his throat with a
razor.
Montana, the present season, has
had the benefit of relatively, four com
peting freight routes, namely: Mus
selshell, Benton, Franklin and Cor
inne.
Along Puget Sound harvest is pretty
well over. The yield of wheat is av
erage, and oats are better than com
mon. The acreage was larger than last
year.
A Republican Territorial Conven
tion is called to meet at Vancouver,
Washington Territory, on Monday,
the 28th of (September, for the purpose
of nominating a candidato for dele
gate to the Fo.ty-fourth Congress.
Chief - Justice Jacobs or Marshal
Kearney are spoken of as the probable
candidate by the Republicans of Wash
ingten Territory for Delegate to Con
gress.
Mr. Sullivan set fire to some brush
on his place, two miles east of Jeffer
son, last Wednesday, which spread to
his wheat field and burned some six
teen acres of wheat. The fire also
came near destroying Mr. Phelps'
barn, but, by the exertious of neigh
bors, it was saved.
Miss Logan, the Eastern dress
maker, has' removed to Los Angeles
street, overSaml. Prager'sstore. *lw
Splendid gents suits. Coat pants
anil vest, for $12, very heavy. Gents
Satinet pants $2 00 and $2 50 at the
Bazaar corner of Main and Requena
streets. •
Isaac Norton A 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. •
The quickest way to make a for
tune is to buy your goods at the
Bazaar, corner of Main and Requena
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 BazaaS, corner of Main and Reque
na streets. *
Special Notices.
Ten yard, brown factory for 81.
Right yards extra heavy 4-4 factory for 81.
Ten yards do do 80 Inch for $1.
Four spools Brook's thread lor 25 cts.
At the Bazaar, corner of Main and Reque
na streets, opposite the U. 8. Hotel. «
Four pair seamless hose for SI.
Three pair diamond toed Shaker socks for
jl oa
At Isaac Norton A Co.'s, corner of Main
uud Hequena streets, opposite U. S. Hotel "
If you want to see a rush for boot 9
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, $18,000,000. North
ern of London, capital, $:5,000,00o; and Hart
ford of Hartford, capital, $3,000,000. Offlee :
Koom No. 8 Downey Block.
JOHN CABLIN, Agent.
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nn- The tide of Immigration Is steadily set
ting 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 la no
comparison between the two. 2%0
Agency Liverpool and London and
Globe Insurance Company. Assets, $21,000,
-000. Agency State Investment Insurance
Company. Fire and Marine. Assets, $380,000,
at Brodrick's Book Store, near the Postofflce.
2^
Go to the Fashionable Tailor, Fitz
patrick, when you want a fine suit of clothes.
It you desire recommendation, ask any of
his numerous customers, nnd you will be
told that" Fltz." always does his work well
giving fine work, good material and reasona
ble prices.
Do you want a stylish and neat-flt
tlng Boot or Shoe, then cull nt once on Wm.
Slaney's Cosmopolitan Boot and Shoe Store,
for ho 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 he guarantees to give his
customers all hand made boots and perfect lit
at the same price that you pay for machine
made boots. Call and examine his samples
nnd see for yourself, at 100 Main street, oppo
site Wells, Fargo & Co.'s. Sign of the Big
Blue Boot. *
EL DORADO STORE.
A. O, OHAUVIN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Choice
Family Groceries, Country Produce, Wines,
Liquors and Tobacco.
70 Main NL.LowAiigeleui.
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New Drug Store!
Dr. T\ Gelcich
HAS OPENED AN EXCELLENT DRUG
Store, well assorted with the best medi
cines, which he constantly receives by every
steamer from the fumed houso of Messrs.
Rcddington. Hostetter A Co., San Francisco.
Tills new Drug Store recommends Itself to
all tho inhabitants of Los Angeles in general,
as also to the many friends of Dr. V. Gelcich,
who have not lorgotten the celebrated Plaza
Drug Store, which has now been removed to
Eort St., bet. Third & Fourth.
The Doctor also recommends the services of
the experienced chemist and apothecary who
attends his drug store.
ALL THE MODERN LANCUACES
Are spoken and proscriptions are compound
ed with great cure und accuracy
BOTH DAY ANl_> NIGHT.
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THOROUCHBRED
2E| MERINO RAMS!
- FROM -
ADDISON COUNTY, VERMONT.
I have twenty of the above
CELKHUATKI) RAMS,
Twelve of which are
FOR
SIMON LEVY,
aug2Btf No. 31 Aliso street.
L. Simon & Co.,
DEALERS IN
WINES AND LIQUORS
Keep always on hand tho best of everything
in tlieir line for family supply. A specialty
made of the manufacture ot all kinds of Sy
rups for the trade.
Slgnoret's Building, No. 17 Main st. [augl3tf
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the Council
will receive bids at Its sossl. not Septem
ber the 17th, 1871, for so much of the $5,500 in
City Bonds bearing 7 per cent, per annum as
will produce $0,500 in gold coin,
M. KREMER,
nug2std City Clerk.
SAMUEL NORTON
Has Just returned from the East with a lurge
Block of
G- O O X> «
Of all kinds and qualities,
He will sell you 13 yards oj Calico for
OJVIC DOLLAR.
No. 1 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles street,
(Caswell A bills' old stand.)
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ANTED TO PURCHASE
BEESWAX.
J. L. WARD A CO 43 Main street.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
SOMETHING NEW
— -XV
LOS ANGELES.
I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY
friends and the public generally, that
I have engaged one of ihe very beat
W A. T C H AKERB
Direct from SwlUeriand, 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 assotled
articles, for sale cheap, at
C. DVCOMMXJrS,
CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STS.
No. SO. myBm—2
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
LUMBER DEALERS,
CORNER OF
Alameda and First Sts.*
DEALERS IN
Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft.
Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " "
Flooring at - - - 42 50 " 44 44
They constantly keep on hand
DOORS,
WINDOWS,
BLINDS,
POSTS.
HHLnOLES,
LATHS,
SHAKES,
HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC
ap2B-tf—s
FOR FIVE CENTS.
LAGER BEER SALOON.
"ITTE HAVE purchased the Saloon former-
W ly kept by
CHARLES HAOAN.
On Commercial Street,
And will hereafter retail a good quality of
Los Angeles
_B J3J JdJ _bO
AT THE LOW PRICE OF
FIVE CENTSJPER GLASS.
A GOOD STOCK OF
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS,
Kept constantly on hand.
WRIGHT & MEIER.
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WOOLEN MILL STORE !
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER,
Los Angeles Street, near Commercial,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
Invoice of Imported goods direct from
Eustern markets, and now have one of the
most complete stocks to be found In the city,
comprising
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
VESTINCS,
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
A.C., AC, &C, &.C.,
Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture.
A Tailoring Establishment
Is connected with the store, where customers
cun have their goods made up In the lustest
style and at the most reasonable prices.
Call and examine the stock for yoursolf.
PFEIFFENBERGER A SHAUER.
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LOOK TO YOUR FIRE!
GREAT REDUCTIUN
— IN —
C O JL L!!
From $24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quality, per ton, at
I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent)
GOAL YAH.I),
Corner of Spring and Court streets,
LOS ANGKLES, CAL. SOpS
New Furniture Store!!
Herberger & Johannsen,
UPHOLSTERERS
AND
Cabinet Makers
(U. S. HOTEL 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
Styles of Parlor, Bedroom, Dining and Kitch
en Furniture always on hand.
UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING
Attended to promptly. Satisfaction guaran
teed. agl6-lm
BOWLING ALLEY
- AND -
BILLIARD SALOON.
In the basement of the U.S. Hotel building,
formerly occupied by the Cucamorga Wine
Depot, a
SALOON,
With a First Class stock of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
and tho best accommodation for customers.
No charge will be made to patrons for the
use of Billiard tables und Alley. A lunch will
be served In the evening.
KRUMDICK & MELCHERT,
aug27-4t Proprietors.
VETERINARY SURGEON.
08CAR C. BALDY, V. 8., TREATS ALL
diseases of the horse. Can be found
ut corner Fourth and Fort streets. Los Ange
les, Cal. au2 tf—2
HALE.
OAA BUCKS, 18 MONTHS OLD
tlv/v raised from Ewes shearing len
pounds ot Wool annually—Colonel Hollister'c
stock. Price, $10 to $15. Apply to
uls-lm ELWOOD COOPER.
Santa Barbara
rp« LOT.—TWO ELEGANTLY FURNISH-
X ed Rooms with use of kitchen and dining
room, on Main street. Apply at
seplO-lm HERALD OFFICE.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE,
FURNITURE.
DOTTER & BRADLEY,
(Successors to Dotter A Lord),
Have now the Largest Stock ever
brought here.
Have Just received a large lot directly from
the East, and cordially invite the
pub.lc to examine their goods
and price same.
Carpets,
OH Cloths,
Matting,
Ktc. Ktc. Mt< .
Sidney Lacey,
(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
OROVER &, BAKER
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW
ING MACHINE,
And would beg leave to call attention
to the fact that
FOUR
New and Distinct and
Important
Improvements have been added to
this Machine recently, making
it past all competition.
86 MAIN STREET. 86
LOS ANGELES,
jlyl Sign ofthe Bis Red Chair. tflO
NOTICE TO
TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS!
ON AND AFTER JULY IST. r _r7tL;jsr».
1874, the undersigned w 111 /^g^^jß^ryt
establish a ' " ,n
LINE OF STAGES
BET WEES
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 ,1:30 p. m. train from Los
Angeles, carrying the IT. s. Mail 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 Railroad at Spadra lor Los Angeles.
Running time and Fare the same as by the
Cueamongo route. This route, avoiding the
I)esert,iuns along the valley of the Santa Ana
river and through the well-known colony at
Riverside. H. W. ROBINSON, Proprietor.
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MONEY TO LOAN
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
Institutions, 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 be agieed upon
with the boirower. Applications received by
W. H. BROOKS,
sepl-lm No. 8 Downey Block.
EVERYBODY WANTS ONE OF THOSE
Emerson Pianos.
HAVINO 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 mouths 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 GEU. A. ARMSTRONG,
At Photographic Parlors, Dowuey Block.
Jly3 lm—3
TO THE PUBLIC.
The Newly Established Store of
Peter Liiiiney,
Offers for sale a splendid assortment of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
WINEH, LIQUORS
CIGABA, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc,,
At the lowest market prices.
He respectfully solicits a share of the publii
potronage. Goods delivered free to all parts
of tbe city.
PETER LUNNEY,
22ftf-2% 117 anil ll» Mnln at.
Genuine Havana Cigars
AT \2\ CENTS EACH,
THREE FOR OO CENTS: FIVE FOR SI.
Domestic: 5 for 25 ccuts—6 for 50 cts.
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO
The best, cheapest and largest assortment
in Los Angeles. Call, Judge lor yourself, and
be cony need that I give more satisfaction for
your money than any other retail hMis« here.
LEON,
Old stand, Main st., opp. Wells, Fargo A Co.
nug film
8. GOLDSTEIN,
DEALER IN CANDIES, NUTS, FRUITS,
Cigars, Tobacco, etc., etc. A specialty
made of POULTRY,
Fresh Butter, Eggs and Provisions.
Main street, next door to the Montana meat
market. Goods delivered free of charge.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
LOS ANGELES AGENCY,
A Most Valuable Discovery!
The Babcock fire Extinguisher.
The Best Protection Against FIRE,
and the
Most Efficient and Sure Destroyer of the
"Scale Bug-."
The chemicals used d« not in|ure tho bark
or fruit and two or three applications will
cleanse the worst affected trees.
The ordinary charge is Certain Death to
SQUIRRELS. ANTS AC.
The certificate, of Mr. J. De Baeth Shows,
Col. E. J. C. KEwr.it, and other gentlemen,
can be seen at the office ofthe AgenL
AGENCY FOR
DIEBOLD NORRIB & Co,'s
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, Combi
nation Locks and Vault Door,
The best nnd most reliable Safes In the
market.
WEAVER & TAYLOR'S
Celebrated Carbolized Rubber Hose.
This Hose will be furnished In all sizes nnd
In such length as may be required, at San
Francisco Pricks.
Crofutt's Life Protectors, Rubber and
Leather Buckets &c, &c.
SOLE AOENT FOB THE
Safety Inkstand, Hurricane Cigar Light
ers, Burglar Alarms.
- ALSO THE —
Vernon Mineral Water,
A sure cure for Indigestion, Constipation,
Piles, and all affections of the Kidneys or
Llvei. \V. BORBOWE, Agent,
53 Main St., rear of Telegraph office,
aug2B-6m Los Angeles.
FURNITURE FORTHE MILLION!
H. NEWBAUER,
SPRING STREET,
Next door to the Herald Office,
Has constantly on hand an extensive f took oi
FURNITURE,
BEDDING AND
WINDOW-SHADES,
And everything in his line, which will be
sold cheaper than thecheapesL
myetf GIVE HIM A CALL. lunltf-S
Col. Geo. Deaver,
QAJf BE FOUND AT HIS
On Commercial street, opposite the Depot,
where ho is always ready to smllewlth his
friends. [augl2-tf]
Call and See Him.
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. Per
umes of the finest quality on hand and for
sale. No. 9 Spring street, Los Angeies, Cal.
JOHN PURPURA'S
BARBER SHOP,
SPRING ST., NEXT DOOR TO
Noyes m Durfee's Auction Store. Shav
ing, Hair-cutting nnd Shampooing done lv
the latest style of the urt. French, Spanish
aud Italian spoken. Jly22tf— 3
O. W. PARKER,
Teacher and Conductor of
VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Residence, No. 66 Spring St.
PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED.
All orders left nt the above rooms, or at
Brodrick's Book slore, will receive prompt at
tention. nugSOtf
PAGE & GRAVEL,
Successors to John Goller.
Carriage and Wagon
MANUFACTORY,
Nos. XI, 35 ii ii l 37 JLoa Amrele* Ntreet,
LUS ANGELES, Cal.
MANUFACTURE
Wagons and Vehicles of all cjSPSLSL
kinds, of tlie BEST MATERIALS,
aud on short notice.
A Complete Painting and Trimming Estab
lish men t attached.
»*• Repairing neatly and promptly done.
HA.prlces Moderate. All work warranted,
uinl-tf—s
J. G. JACKSON
Kecp3 all kinds of
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Posts, Shakes,
Plaster Paris,
CEMENT and HAIR.
Corner of Alameda and First streets.
LOS ANOELES, CAL.
W. W. ROBINSON,
AGENT.
Holman's team ready In yard to deliver or-
pnM'f
T. C. BWIQART. JOS. UI'HER, JH.
SWICART & HUBER,
DEALERS IN
STOVES, TIN,
COPPER AND SHEET-IRON-WARE
AND
CROCKERY WARE, GLASS.
Hardware and Willow-ware,
LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
PLUMBING AND OAS FITTING
Done to Order.
Sign of the Big Red Coffee-Pof,
NO. 110 MAIN ST., : LOS ANGELES.
Juu2ltf-5
iron hale.
A THIRTY-LIGHT Atmospheric Gum Ma
chine, new und in gi.od working order.—
Will be *oid at less than cost.
8. C. FOY,
seps-lm No. 17 Los Angeles St.

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