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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. TUESDAY SEPT. 1.. 1.71 aaaaaaaßßßsaßßßßßaaßßßttalß TERMS OF ADVERTISING. t'NE DOLLAR per .s.|ume c.i ten lines, Urst Insertion, and twknty-fivk cent* per >,pi:ur lor each .subsequent insertion. POSTAL CHANGES. Tha following postal changes vrcnt Into op eration, July Ist, 1871: All publications are free of postage to subscribers In the county In jj hleh they are published. Books hnd pardc- AgttMof merchandise, tOj the weight or four pounds, can lie scot by mail at the rate of one cent for every twb rflmeoi or fraction over. Tied packages may be entirely enclosed. Some portion of Reated paefcawt must be opened for Inspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tiie Senator arrived from San Fran cisco yesterday. By reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that Mr. Sabichi announces himself a candi date for Mayor. Dionicio Velasquez, a Mexican of dissolute habits was found dead in the street in Sonora lost Sunday. His deatli was caused by excessive tiring intr and exposure. Tiie building for the Alden evapora tors to be erected by Mr. Davis is al ready completed and ready for occu pancy. The machinery will be up and ready for operation on the first of October. t tt .'» < 11 ■. r, i .i in j | Charles Orten was before Justice Trafl'ord yesterday to explain why he discharged a pistol last Sunday night on Los Angeles street, thereby dis turbing the peace of that orderly quarter. We acknowledge the receipt of an invitation to attend the ball to be given at Steams' Hall on the 16th of this month to celebrate the anniver sary of the independence of Mexico from tho rule of Spain,,., ttv~nu*H ! Our German citizens held a mod ing at Turnverein Hall last Sunday eve ning, and organized themselves into a German - American Election Club. Committees were appointed and other preliminary steps taken to perfect a united political movement. Wo would direct the attention of our readers to tho advertisement of a grand gift entertainment to be given at Mr. Kaiser's art gallery on Satur day, September 26th. Four hundred tickets will..be sold at $5 each, and forty valuable oil paintings distrib uted. J. \<t \vnUo* Mta .i v .'. 1 limit «s!»sia/. The Sau Bernardino Argu* learns from Mr. La Praix that he has been a warded bySunators Jones and £ tewart : t heeontraet for delivering in San Ber nardino within sixty days 160,000 feet of lumber at £20 per thousand. We congratulate Mr. La Praix, for he de serves success and will no doubt faith fully fill his contract. The lumber is for I'anaminl. If everybody should sleep under one of the patent mosquito bar? made by Moritz (Jhoynski 41 Spring street, the race of buzzing insects would soon tlie for want of an opportunity to bite something. We have been using one of those bars and their convenience iv the way of use as well as their perfect security against mosquitos is really com for ting to persons of nervous no tions, with little blood to lose. Go and examine Moritz' model and you will see how it is yourself. Tho supposed stage robbers, Clark aud McMahon, appeared in Court at. San Bernardino ou Saturday morning and through their counsel. F. M. Cou roy and Co?.'"Kewun, interposed de murrers to some of the Indictments against thetu. After argument the demurrers were overruled and the plea of not guilty was entered. On Thurs day, the 24th, one of tho cases will be tried, and an order was made for forty jurors to be drawn to appear at that time. The defendants plead to all the indictments, Lint only one case was set for trial. A striking evidence of the growth of Los Angeles is found in the fact that there is not a vacant store-room to be had in the city. A gentleman who had ordered goods for the purpose of establishing himself lv business, was obliged to telegraph to San Fran cisco yesterday, ordering his goods detained for tlie present. After can vassing tbe city for several days he had been unable to secure a place at all suitable for his purpose. There is an equal scarcity of available resi dence houses. A fine opeuing is now offered capitalists to erect buildings to rent, thus makiag a paying invest ment of their capital and meeting a great want of Los Angeles. Camp Meeting. The camp meeting at New River, near Los Nietos was largely attended last Sunday, many going from I.os Angeles by iho excursion train and livery conveyances. On the grounds, during the middle of tlie day, the heat was intense and the dust nlmost unbearable. A large booth was eonrtrueted lor lhe accommodation of participants in the religious exercises and this was filled to its utmost capac ity. The services were conducted by Rev. A M. Campbell of this city as sisted by a number of the ministers of thecounty. Considerable religious in terest was raited but nothing like a general revival followed. The efforts put forth by the pastors were earnest and impressive, and, though they , may not have met the immediate en couragement which tlieir labors de served, tU$ broad cast upon the waters will doubtless return after many days. Posioffice Business. The following is a summary of the money order business iv tlie Los An geles Post off! c? for tin" wool; ending Sept. 12th: ISBBKII. Forty-one domestic money orders, amounting to »l,liC» 60 Nine Oemiaii In'ernailuiial order*. amiioitSnt: to 279 T.i Total ..." *L«49 .r> • TAtn. AyA Thirty-one domemio orders, amouui ing'to *«W 81 Advices on hand o: orders n it yet presouted fo- payment: D imestic Si" N UJimui 1 15 UP THE COAST. A Trip h.r Ben to Nun Frnnel»e» -A «;<mx| ttom tor the Officers of Ike ship Uncomfortable Condition < I tk* Pn««eairer* — A Few Minute* iv Unlitn Barbara-Fog; nil (he way Th runs li 'I lie Merits «. I Captain M. Ilnrlwe n% n Navigator—Kntrnnee into Sun Fraurlsco Harbor nnder IM men I lie* lhe Yokes i'nmlly-Tbc Fnbbri Troupe. We are indebted to our accommo dating friend "Colorado" for the fol lowing translation of the editorial cor respondence of La Cronica : Editor La Cronica: When we boarded the small, uncomfortable and not very clean steamer Constantine, we should have bid good-bye to sun : shine, comfort and many other things j beside, were it not for the courtesy and kind treatment we received from ( the officers. Captain Mark Harloe and the Furiser, Mr. Coffee, the Chief Mate ami the rest of the officers of the ship, did all in their power to render our position bearable, if not com fortable,during a voyage which,though short, was vexatious, owing to the unexpected circumstance of the sub stitution of the Constantine for the splendid steamship Ventura, which is undergoing repairs. The fog did not abandon us after we sailed from Wilmington, and to this inconvenience you must add the fact that fee passengers were twice as many as the bunks provided for their accommodation; that the agents at the different ports had sold the same staterooms, and you will not wonder that we, for example, who had en gaged rooms O and P, should find six or seven Individuals With pretensions to the same apartments. Neverthe less, being veteran travellers, we law the utter uselessness of obliging the Purser to give us what he had not, and of blaming him for what others had entangled; therefore, we took the matter with the necessary philosophy. There were some ignorant malcon tents who insisted—raved —and who hurled threats against the company and the world in general, but all to no effect. For our part we obtained an entire stateroom for Judge B. and family; a bunk in another one for the Duke; the Senator had to accept the Captain's bed, who, with his natural courtesy, obliged him to accept it; and I, more iuured to war, or more of a philosopher, perhaps, rolled myself in my blankets, which I had the fore sight to include in my baggage, aud passed the first night ou some bales of wool which covered the after-deck of the steamer. I can say this much —it was the " woolicst" bed I have ever 'occupied; an opinion in which, I be lieve, participates my friend Col. Jeff. Gate wood of San Diego, for he slept on it tho greater part of the night. Oh, I tell you, it was a wide bed, soft ana commodious like unto few! Very early we arrived in Santa Bar bara, and encouraged by the Captain. | who said he was going to town to j shave himself, the Duke, the Senator, I and my humble self directed our steps | for the Occidental Hotel demanding j breakfast, although an excellend table was spread on board. Our real object was a view of well regulated and wide streets with, magnificent sidewalks, elegant residences with gardens laid out with exquisite taste. We halted at the Occidental and what a break fast it was! we had finished three courses and were not half through when we heard the steamer's whistle; the viands were so exeelleut that we lingered a while before leaving tlie table, but prudence finally prevailed; we were paying our bill when once more we heard the warning sound, and off' we go! You would have thought we were walking for a wager. We were the last, aud just in time to jump aboard before the steamer cast 1 loasWiom 4heMß*fcarfc>> > a*imi .-mi a. In Santa Barbara thirty passengers were shipped, among whom some grumblers who clamor for their rights when they pay, etc., etc. —new troub les for the unhappy Purser but at last he pacified them. As regards our selves, the Senator and I could do uo less than accept the kind offer of his bed (he so Insisted) and we would have slept like dormice but for the Captain's compliance with the law which requires the sounding of the whistle overy three minutes in foggy weather, as it happened to be during our voyage. We were fortunate iv many other things besides, such as re served seats at the table close to the officers ofthe ship, and were therefore better waited upon, while the discon tented grumblers bad their-fcights and nothing more. I will not trouble you with more de tails of a voyage which is probably like all others along the Coast. I will only say that Tuesday we left Santa Barbara and Wednesday we were near San Francisco, having spoken the Or izaba at 3IV m. bound south. The night closed dark ami foggy; but, what mattered it when we have aboard a Captain prudent, ex perienced and intelligent? Not with the rashness of ignorance but with the calmness aud security of an accomplished seaman he piloted us through the Golden Gate and landed us on the wharf; and I overheard the observation that few captains on the coast can do that in such weather, ami I believe it; because 1, with my good sight and large expe rience iv travelling, both by sea and land (excuse my modesty), could not swear whether I was entering San Pedro, Bilboa or Canton. I have not yet visited the Mechan ics' Fair, but we have set apart, to morrow for that purpose. To-night we attended a performance by the Yokes family at the California The ater. Said family is composed of three sisters and two brothers, and they de serve the applause they received. The three sisters possess au agreeable phys iognomy in the superior, and are developed in the inferior, as could be judged in the rapid whirls of a mimic waltz. All I have seen and observed iv this city does not change my opinion that it does not possess one-tenth part of the beauties and attractions to bo met with in Los Angeles. If there is any comparison between the two, then I have no vote in the matter. Yesterday we had some rain here; yes, it rained, it poured, and with ac companyingth jnder. One report was so loud as to cause a general stampede of carriages, wagons nnd carts. I have learned to-day that said report of thun der was the presage of a stroke of light ning which fell in Menlo Park, strik ing a large oak tree and killing an en tire flock of turkeys who had there taken refuge from the storm. The Fabbria are giving some con certs, accompanied, of course, by the beautiful and brilliant Miss Elzer. Her photographs can be seen at every window. I have not attended, but wo all know and appreciate her merits in I,o« Aneorr«. This is getting too long, aud I will male a final stop. Your friend, l\ » SPIRITUALISM. Letter l'rom One who Wants lhe Whole Truth, nnd Nothing- bat the Truth. Editor Herald: I was exceed ingly pleased this morning with tbe very able communication from " B. L. P." on "Spirit Phenomena." He certainly comes to the front at a good time, aud I truly hope that the "sci entists, editors," and theological '•sy nods" may accept tho invitation of your contributor, that they may be truly enlightened on this, vexed ques tion of spirit phenomena. Emanuel Swedenborg was a great searcher after truth, and the quotation of "B. L. P." sounds very much like the doctrines of that great man. I am glad iudced that a man who has investigated has spoken, and spoken such brave words. For instance, he tells us that In his experiments he learned but one truth that he did not "positively" know before, viz.: "We were convinced in the most positive maimer that men do live after they pass out of the body." The great problem of the ago to, " if a I man die, ewes he 44 ye again?" if Spir itualism solves this problem in tie af firmative, then all bail to Spit Itualism! We have the evidence of thousands to the fact, and " B. L. P." unqualifiedly adds his testimony. In my humble opinion, " B. L. P." was well repaid . for his years of investigation. He has I learned the grandest and most sublime truth the muni of man is capable to grasp or understand. The key that unlocked the mystery of our existence to 15. L. P. and proved so conclusively to him lieyong a doubt a continued life beyond the grave, will, in my opinion, be tho instrument in the hands of the good and noble of enrth to reveal the great and glorious truth of the immortal existence of the whole human family. Then Mill come the time spoken of when "men shall see as they are seen, and known as they are known," and not "through a glass darkly," as at present. Tlie hordes of atheists and infidels to an existence after this life will be confounded; doubt and skepti cism will melt awfcy tis dew before the morning sun; difference in opinion, the cause of much strife in Christian lauds and among Christian people in regard to ths future, will pass away in a great measure, and the whole world will rejoice in- the grand and glorious truth of life beyond the tomb, vouch safed through the heaven-horn teach ings of Spiritualism. B. L. P. goes on and says: " But if i the advocates of spiritualism can point. J to any other truth made positive which j was not known before, nnd whic'i is i of value to mankind, we would gladly | acknowledge it." "Any other truth!" j Mr. Editor, I think there may be I many more truths, many mysteries explained by and through tho phe nomena and philosophy of modem spiritualism. But, as the lawyers say, I rest my case. I have had glory enough for one time. If spiritualism , never does anything more than to prove "in the most positive manner" ; that men do live after they pass out of j the body, it has accomplished its con- ; tral and most important object—robs the grave of its victory and death of i its sting; and if the decision of the " Presbyterian Synod of San Francis co " js correct, all we have to "Jy is that the angels of the devil nave proven a greater truth to a spiritually hungry world, and in so doing have done more real good and showered a greater universal blessing ou man kind, than the angels of light have the credit of doing in this great age of thought uud progression. , Yours, for the truth, 0. I.os Angeles, Sept. 12, 1671. Destructive Fire. I The Fire Department was called out fifteen minutes past three o'clock yes terday morning,and found the Steams Mill in the northern portion of the city enveloped in flames. The fire I bad already obtained such headway that all attempts to *avc the building and contents would have been futile, and as an additional horn to the dilem ma the mill ditch was found to be dry as also was the zanja. The hose was finally attached to the nearest hydrant, all of the hose belonging to the com pany being barely sufficient to reach the required distance. The mill was stored full of grain nearly all of which together with the machinery and building is rendered useless. The mill was owned by the Steams estate and was partially covered by a policy in the Loudon and Liverpool aud Globe for $8,000 iv favor of Mrs. Steams. The mill wax operated by Messrs. F. Weber & Co. ,to whom it had been leased for a term of two years. They bad held possession oniy about three months and had expended some three thousand dollars iv new and improved machinery. They held a policy ol in surance in the Commercial Union for $3,000 and also one in the State In vestment for a like amount. It is thought that a small part of tho grain will be saved, in a damaged condition, but the loss at best must prove heavy on the firm. Different opinions are prevalent concerning the origin of the tire, but the general impression is that it was the work of an incendiary. The loss of this mill so soon after the de struction of the Aliso Mills is a heavy blow upon the interests of Los An geles. We can only hope that both will be rebuilt and placed in operation at the earliest possible date. A second alarm was sounded about two o'clock yesterday afternoon and the Fire Company were again sum moned to extinguish some ofthe grain which was still burning. .3OlTf* **• 3* ■ — 1 —"~ ~ Oregon Items. It is estimated that 3,000,000 feet of lumber aio shipped during tho year from Coos Bay to San Francisco. A special session of the Oregon State Woman Suffrage Association convenes at Salem on Tuesday, September 22d, at 10 A. M. Messrs. Moody & French, proprie tors of the opposition line from the Dalles to Portland, contemplate visit ing Walla Walla within a few days for the purpose of ascertaining what the people there will do toward build ing a boat on the Upper Col imbia. The Portland Board of Trade this week passed a resolution " that the several members for Multnomah county be invited to give tlieir hearty support to any bill that may be intro duced this session giving aid to the Portland, Dalles and Salt Lake Rail road." Miss Logan, the Eastern dress maker, has removed to Los Angeles stieet, over Sam I. I'rager's store. ' 1 w Splendid gents suit". Coal, pants and vest, for*l2, very heavy. (Jents Satinet pants $2 00 and $2 00 at the Bazaar corner of Main and Requena streets. Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main and Requena street", are now •eHinpr 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 liazaar, corner of Main and Requena streets. " Five spools of Coal's thread fori 1 ", cts. Four papers American pins for 25 cts. Four pieces Worstend braid for 25 cfs. At the HazaaS, corner of Main and Reque na sireet*, * . For a fine article el Spectacle? ana Dose Glasses, C. H. BUSH CM suit you. Special Notices. 161 iOv ,c'Jm I JTOwPn»rl Ten yards brown factory lor 81. 1- th: yardsextra heavy,4-4 factory i. ■ r Ten yard* * do do Stflncli ft.r SI. Four spools Brook's thread lor 2"> cts. At the Baca \rt. comfcrof Mr vi and IJcque ua streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel. Four palrseamless hose rorSl. 'Ihreepalr diamond toed Shaker socks f.r St tO. At Isaac Norton 4 Oo.'i, corner of Main and Requena streeis. opposite V. 8. Hotel * If you want to see a ruab. for boots nnd shoos, call at tho fluHory of A, S. McDon ald, No. l<>4 Main kliocl Orders are coming In so rapidly that five workmen arc unable lo supply the demand. ' Agency Imperial of London and of Liverpool; capital,SlB.(Klo.CM). North ern of London, capltaf, 8. r >,0f)0,090; and Hart ford of HartWd, capital, £1,000,000. Offlee: Boom No. 8 Downey Mock. JOHN* CARLIN, Agent. seps-tf ntk. The tide of immigration w steodily set ting in, and the first thing eastern people do is to throw away their New York Hatsandbtiy v new one of Desmono. Tlie> say there Is no comparison between the two. 'Aio D _ Agency Liverpool and London and Olobe Insurance Company. Assets, $21,000, -000. Agency Stnfe Investment Insurance Company. Fire and Marine. Assets, $$10,000, , a» Brodrick's Book Store, near thh Postoffice. 91 ' , , , ■. 9 Go to tbe Fashionable Tailor, Fitz patriek, when you want a line mil of clothes. It' you dfslre recommendation, ask any of his numerous customers, and you will be ■ told that " Pitt." always does his work well giving lino work, good material and reasona ble prices. Do you want a stylish and neat-tit ting Boot op Shoe, then «<il nt onoe on Wm. Sidney's Cosmopolitan Hoot nnd Shoe Slot.-, for he receives by every steamer the latest and best styles, and ho hells them at such low prices, that you can't help buying. Cus-'l loin work a specialty. He has engaged some of Ilea best workman- UuM eojiUl.be found in fsan Francisco, and he guarantees to give his customer" all hand made hoots an t perfect 111 at the same price thnt yon pay for machine made boots. Call anil examine his samples and see for yourself, at 100 Main street, oppo- j site Wells, Fargo A t o.\s. Man of the Big Blue linot. i 1 Rogers Bro. Celebrated Silver Plated Ware ! at C. H. BUSH'S. ... _ | s.AUAdT/,.,) il/.L 'KiUaA.lj j EL DORADO STORE. MassiljiV f»tt>? WlOlfotil** ~" k«Ma no rr»wu ' A. C. CHAUVIN, •*mm% SnMs SjSJSJWsI MWsmtmm » j j 3JC3A3 QUA 383MRAH Wholesale and Iteluil Dealer In Choice Family Groceries, Country Produce, Wines, Liquors aud Tobacco. ■»«! istill itlto oj b»*i4Uf%-i<| tttt <* ft 1 f\ oi asutui fteiae btm tliqi :inq setitseell ~t»* TO Main s|.,'LosAagt'lcs. aug22:tf inuoD nuO 92ih9vbA * taaasaaaaaaaataaMaaasaasaaMaaaaaaaasaasaiaaM Bring In your Watches &. Clocks, that all others have failed to make run. C. H. BUSH. Excursion Tickets! GOOD ALL, NELSON &, PERKINS 1 STEAMSHIP LINE. AT THK REQUEST OK THE il Managers of tho Mechanic's Industrial Fair, to be held at Kan Francisco, and for tin} convenience of visitors from this district, this Company will issue , , EXCURSION TICKETS During the continuance oflhe Fair, Ibr EIGHTEEN DOLLARS For the round trip, which will be good for re turn on the vessels of Pacific Mail Stcuiuship Company, if so desired. We are now prepared to Issue these Tickets nHld J. L, "WARD * CO., Agts.,-iS Mala st. ~THTo ROUGHBR ED 3EI MERINO RAMS! ■ail mi I - FROM - - ADDISON COUNTY. VERMONT, I have twenty ofthe above < 'TCI/KItR ATED Tf AMS. .noiyjfiVrleor which nre FOR SIMON LEW, SUgjtttf No. ;;i Aliso street. If you want a Howard watch, consult C. H. BUSH belore purchasing. L. Simon & Co., DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS Keep always on hand the be*t of everything ot tuelr line for faniily supply. A t-pjjcialty made ofthe manufacture of all kinds of Sy rups for the trudc. Siguorei's Building, No. 17 Main st [AUkMtl NOTICE. "VTdTK'E is hereby given thai Ihe Council will receive bids at llssessl n of Septcm ocr tho I7ih, 1871, for so much of the fs,.joo In City Bono - bearing 7 per cent, per annum as will produce $ti,.V)o in gold coin. M. KREMRR, nitgtr>'d City Clerk. SAMUEL NORTON Has but returned from tho East with a large stock of o o o jy h Of all kinds nnd qualities, He will sell you IS yards oj Calico for ONK DOLLAH, No. I Arcadia Block, Los Angeles street, (Caswell* tills'old stand.) nugKMm $20 REWARD. ST It A VIM OB NTOLF.N.-FROM THE l'hllaiielphia Brewery, on Saturday night sept. r>th, a Kuckskln colored American horse branded with the Uarnlor brand. The abov. evvard will be paid for the delivery of the .saiu hors ■ at the Philadelphia Brewery. sepB-lw MISCELLANEOUS. SOMETHING NEW IN LOH ANGELES. I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORM IN li MY friends and the publle generally, that I have engaged one of the very best \\ A T ( ' II M A H I. H S Direct from StTltgeriand, who will give I borough satisfaction. Persons bavin.: watches or clocks to repair wlli-please give me a trial and Judge for themselves. Also, constantly on band, assotfta articles, lor sale cheap, at «'. DtCOIIlll'N, CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL s»TS. No. AO, myflm •>. GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO. LUMBER DEALERS, \ 31/11 aSP iinku °J >Atra Alum edit and Vlrmt sts.. DEALERS IN Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft. Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " " Flooring at - - 42 50 44 " " They constantly keep on hand DU ° H « I U O M 11 BLINDS, POSTS, * HI sG LES, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC ap2B-tf—o FOR FIVE CENTB. LAGER BEER SALOON. "\I r E H.VVK purchased the Saloon former ly ly kept by CHARLES HAGAN. On Commercial Sti cci. ... I," T!?'?? 'V n '"'« noijoalla lnev t <i !_! ' And will hereafter retail a good quality of ; Los Angeles I IB JE -LU JE& AT THE LOW PRICE OF FIVE CENTSJ>ER GLASS. \ GOOD STOCK OF j WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. Kept, hand. WRIGHT A MEIER. I s-pS-lm PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER, Los Anyeles Street, near Commercial, ANOTHER ievpifj of imiKirted goods direct from I Eastern markets, and now haw one of the I most complete stocks to be found lv the cltv, composing !■< cloths, QUA OHi^HIS CASSIMERES, VESTINCS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &.C., &c, Slc, Ac t Of Foreigf) nml Domes-flc manufacture. A Tailoring Establishment | Is connected wltli ih" store, where customers can have their goods made up in the lastest style and at the most reasonable prices. Call and examine the stock for yourself. PFEIFFEN BEKGER A Sill A I.'ER, | sepl-tf I LOO ICtO YOUR FIRE I OH EAT 1* EDI T OTITJIV — IN — «> JL i^ri From $24 to $18, $20 and $22, According to .quality, per ton, at I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent) < <> \l. YARD, t on.er of Kprtns and Court streeis, f.OS ANCiIXKB, CAL. K.-pO New Furniture Store!! Herberger & Johannsen, UPHOLSTERERS telle*** ...^jiin» ; ;;:..Tol .0 .2 3 Cabinet Makers (if. S. HOTEL BUILDING)* Requena st., Los Angeles, Call attention fo their New Furniture and Up holstery Establishment. Furniture of every description manufactured on the premises. Mr. 0. Herberger being a practical Uphols terer and Mr. Jobannseu a thoroughly prac tical Cabinet maker, tbe firm otter advantages to purchasers afforded l\\ no other bouse. New and Fashionable Stylo,, of Parlor, Bedroom, Dining and Klleh eu l uiiiiturc ulwuys on huud. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING Attended to promptly. Satisfaction guaran teed. agi6-lm BOWLING ALLEY — AND - BILLIARD SALOON. In the basement of the t7. S. Hotel building, formerly occupied ti} the Cucaraorga Wine Depot, a SALOON, With a First Class stock of Wines. Liquors, Cigars. Etc., Etc., and tin' best accommodation for customers. No charge will be made to patrons for the us,- of Billiard tables and Alley. A lunch will be served lv the evening. KRUMDICK & MhLCHERT, augiT-lt I'riijirlplom. VETERINARY SURGEON. OSCAR C. BALDY, V. SL. TREATS ALL diseanos of the horse. Can tic found n corner Fourth and Fort streets. Los Ange les, Cal. auj if—a I'OIS hALEi BI.TK«7* MONTHS OLD *J \J v / raised front Ewes shearing ten poundsol Wool annu illy— Colonel UoHister's stock. Price, $10 to $15. Apply to aj>lm ELWtKiD CUOI'gR. Santa Barlwira TO I.ET.-TWO El.Eti \NTI.Y FCRSISII -ed Rooms with nee of kitchen and dining room, on Main street. Apply nt seplU-ltn HERALD OFFICE. MISCELLANEOUS. FURNJTURE, FURNITURE. FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, to Hotter & I.or«t), Have now tha Largest Stock ever brought here. Have Juat received a large lot directly fiom the East, and cordially Invite the pub lc to examine their goods ana price same. Carpets, Oil Cloths. Matting. Ktc. Ktc. Ktc. Hi<liiey Lacey, (With Dotter & Bradley), le still selling everything in above linee at Reduced Prices, and guaranteea Work and Goods. ■ 1 '..■I" ■ 1 Sewing Machines, Sewing; Machines. Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Are still Agents Ibr tbe OROVEIt & HAK KR ELASTIC* LOCK STrTCH SEW ING MACHINE, Arid would beg leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR New nml Di**tin<*t and Important Improvements have been added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 86 LO.S ANGELES, jlyl Sign of the Bis Red Chair. tflO NOTICE TO TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS! . . ■ ' t]r ON AND AFTER JULY IST, r L -j.- %MgM 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 #111 Leave Spadra every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, On the arrival of tbe 3:80 p. M. train from Eos Aneeles, carrying the r. h. Mail nnd Express for Rincon, Chino, Klv**r>lde tuui San Bemar dino. Returning wilt Leave San Bernardino every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday. At 3 o'clock A. connecting with Southern I'aeifle Itailroad al Spadra for I,os Angeles. Ruuninir time and Fare Ihe same as by the Cueamongo route. This route, avoiding the Desert, itins along the valley of the Santa Ana river and through the well-known colony at Rlvervlde. H. W. ROBINSON, Proprietor. lun«ttf— R MONEY TO LOAN ONE PER CENT, PER MONTH!! $2,500 to $50,000. - BY THE - Savings Union of San Francisco! In the ordinary mode. Uy the SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, ou the instalment plan. The expense of obtaining money from these 1 istltutions. including suivejor's it'port and examination of title will be one and one-half percent, oa all amounts uuder SIO.OW. For all above thut, such as can be agreed upon wllb the boirower. Applications received by W, IL BROOKS, sepl-lin No. 8 Downey Uiock. TO THE_PUBLIC. The Newly Established Store of Peter I^iumey, Offers for sale a splendid assortment of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LSQIX)RS CIUABS, roiiit to, Kte., fete,, At the lowest market prices. He respectfully solicits a share of the publl< potronage. delivered free to all parts of the city. • PETER LUNNEY, 22(11-2', 117 aud lie Main at. Genuine Havana Cigars AT 12} CENTS EiCH, TH REfci FOR 50 CENTS: FIVE FOR #1. Domes! ic: for io cents—s for ju cts. CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO The best, cheapest and largest assortment in Los Angeles. Call, judge lor yourself, and beconv need that I give more satisfaction for your momy than any other retail house here. LEON, Old stand, Main st., opp. Wells, Fargo A Co. aug 11 lm J. L. Ward & Co., 43 MAIN STREET, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AGENTS — irwteionsN+rNo — London Assurance Corporation, Aaaeta, 913,000,000. /Etna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Aaaeta, 8«,000,0O0. Union Ins. Co., of San Francisco Aaaeta, f1,000,000. Policies are written by us In above con. panics, without reference to parent offices. Liberal advancements made on GRAIN Oi PRODUCE, consigned to our correspondents in San Francisco, at moderate rates of com mission. le gS-lm — TO PURCHASE I BEESWAX. J. L. WARD A CO 43 Main street. aagSStf 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 ihe "Scale Bug-." The chemicals used an not Infuretlie bait; or fruit and two or three application* Wl I cleanse the worst affected trees. The ordinary charge Is Certain Death to SQUIRRELS. ANTS AC. The certificates of Mr. J. Dr Barth snottu, Col. E. J. C. Kfwfn, and other gwrrjlorm • , can be seen at the office ofthe Agent. AUF.xt'Y ron OIEBOLD NORRIB A Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, Combi nation Locks and Vault Door, The best and most rf.ltarlk Safes In thy • market. WEAVER A TAYLOR'S Celebrated Carbolized Rubber Hose. This Hose will bo furnished in .ill sixes and in such length its may be required, at san Francisco Prices. Crofutt's Life Protectors, Rubber and Leather Beckett &c, &c. HOLE Afi KMT ft'«*R THE Safety Inkstand, Hurricane Cigar Light ers, Burglar Alarms. — ALSO THE — Vernon Mineral Water, A iure cure for Indigestion, Condipatinn, Plies, and all affectiuns of the Kidneys or Llvei. W. BORROWK, Aaeni, l»a Main St., rearol Telegraph oftice, aug2B-tim Angele-. FURNITURE FORTHE MILLION! H. NEWBAUER, SPRING STREET, Next door lo the HirßALDOffiee, Has constantly on hand an extensive stock •'( FURNITURE, BEDDING AND WINDOW-SHADES, And everything in bis line, which will lie sold cheaper than the cheapest, myfltf GIVE HIM A CALL. iunltf 5 Col. Geo. Deaver, £JAN RE FOUND AT HIS On Commercial street, opposite the Depot, where he If always rends to smile With his friends. [augU-tf] Call anrt See Him. LADIES' HAIB DRESSING ESTABLISHMENT. CAROLINE C. BURTON. LADIES' H AIR DRESSING IN ALL styles. Braids, Curls and Waterfalls made at the shortest notice. Tangled hair straightened ami made into any shape. Per umes of the finest quality on hand anil for sale. No. 1) Spring street, Los Aneeles. Cal. JOHN PURPURA'S BARBER SHOP, SPRING ST., NEXT DOOR TO Noyes <* Inn-fee's Auction Store. Shav ing, Hair-cutting ami Shampooing done in the latest style of the art. French. Spanish and Italian spoken. jlyit'tf—J O. W.PARKER, Teacher aad Conductor of VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL toUSIC. Residence, No. C 6 Spring St. PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED. All orders lett nt the nliove rooms, or at Brodrick's Book store, will receive prompt at tention, an.: 101 PAGE & GRAVEL, Successors to John (iollei. Carriage and Wagon MAN U FACTO 1* V, Xaa.:»:., 35 nnd 37 Loa Angeles ulrcei, LOS ANGELES, Cal. MANUFACTURE CARRIAGE*, Wagons and vehicles or ail cdPKSJC klnds. of the BEST MATERIALS, fIBEgF and on short notice. A Complete Painting and Trimming Estub lis.iment attached. WRepnlrlng neatl." and promptly done, aaarlccs Moderate. All work warranted, lant-t!—s J. C. JACKSON K«(-p« all kinds of LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS. Posts, Shakes, Plaster Paris, CEMENT ii ml HAIR. Corner of Alameda and First strobls. LOS ANOELES, CAL. W. W. ROBINSON, AGENT. liolman'.s team ready In yard to deliver or ders. .'DTI' T. C. SWIGAHT. JOS. UCMaK, JR. SWIGART A HUBER, DEALERS IN STOVES, 'AITS. COPPER AND SHEET-IRON-WARE AND CROCKERY WARE, GLASS. Hardware and Wiliow-waro, LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS PLUMBING ANO CAS FITTINC MMBwtttwn Done to Order. Shjn ol the Big Red Coffee-Pol, NO. 110 MAIN ST., : LOS ANGELES, Jun2ltf—s TcOli KALE. A THIRTY-LIGHT Atmospheric Gts Ma ./JL i-hine. new and In s.ood uoikhig o. der.— \\ Ul be sold at less than cost. S. C. Ft V, sepC lm No. 17 Los Angeh s dt.