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VOLUME 11.
§0$ §Ur)rtcs $txM,
Is Published eveiy morning except Monday
by
THE LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO.
OFFICE—Herald Steam Hook and Job
Printing; llonxe. Spring street, opposite the
Court House.
TERMS:
Per annum, by mall or express 810
Six months " " 6
Three months '* " • 8
Delivered by carriers, per week, 25 cents
THE WEEKLY HERALD
Is published every Saturday morning.
TERMS.
One year, by mall or express, single copy...S3 00
Six months, " " " ' ... l 75
Three " " " " » ... 100
Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates
All Kinds of Job.Work done to Com
pete with Nan Francisco In Price,
Ntyle, and Elegance ol WorkmniiNhip.
Latest Telegrams.
Riot in New Orleans.
SEVERAL MEN KILLED.
Defeat ol" tlte .Metropol
itan l'oi ioo.
EASTERN.
A Presidential Ticket.
New York, Sept. 14.—William M.
Evarts for President and Newton
Booth for Vice President is the latest
ticket beinir discussed by the Eastern
press.
The Louisiana State Militia Called Out.
New York, Sept. 14.—D. P. Perm,
Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana,
has issued a proclamation calling out
all the State militia and Kellogg has
asked for Federal aid. The matter
will probably be submitted to a Cab
inet meeting to-day.
The Texas and Pacific Kailroail.
New York, Sept. 14.—The Direct
ors of the Texas and Pacific Railroad
will meet in Philadelphia to-morrow
and consider an application to Con
gress for aid in completing the road.
The proposition adopted is that the
company, in return for a guarantee of
six percent, interest on its bonds by
Congress, shall agree to allow Govern
ment to retain entire cost of transpor
tation of troops and public stores, and
all the money received from the tele*
graph, and give in addition a lien on
some of the best land.
Postmaster at Prescott.
Washington, Sept. 14.—The Presi
dent has appointed Jas. A. Giles Post
master at Prescott, Arizona Territory,
vice S. Fleurry, declined.
Collector at Nan Diego.
Washington, Sept. 14.—The Presi
dent to-day appointed William Wal
lace Bowers, Collector of Customs, at
San Diego, California.
Case of New York's Mayor.
Alabama, Sept. 14.—Governor Dix
has decided the case of Mayer Have
meyer. He condemns in pointed
terms the action of the Mayor, but
while declaring that the power of
removal is only limited by the discre
tion ofthe execution, it should be ex
ercised only in the interest of the
public; that there is no imputation of
a corrupt nature, and that under all
the circumstances, he deems it proper
to decline any further proceedings in
the case.
Riot In New Orleans.
New Orleans, Sept. 14.—1n re
sponse to a call for a mass meeting on
Canal street this morning to protest
against the seizure of arms of private
citizens, men began to assemble at 10
o'clock and by 11 o'clock the sidewalks
of the great square were filled. There
seems to be a general suspension of
business at this hour —noon. Ad
dresses are being delivered from the
base of Clay statute. The meeting
adopted resolutions requesting imme
diate abdication of Gov. Kelloirg and a
committee of citizens composed ofR.
H. Marr, Chairman. Jules Tuges, S.
E. Chapman, Sam Bell and J. M.
Seixous was appointed to wait on the
Governor. The Governor declined to
receive any comtnitte from a meeting.
The people respounded to advice
given them by Dr. Beard, one of
the speakers at the meeting, and by
3 o'clock armed men were stationed
at the intersection of all streets on
the south side of Canal street from
the river to Claiborn street. About 4
p. M. a body of metropolitans about
500 strong, with cavalry and artillery,
appeared at the head of Canal street
and took position. Gen. Longstreet,
commanding, accompanied by an or
derly, then rode up and down Canal
street, ordering armed citizens to dis
perse. Some- desultory tiring com
menced soon after along this street.
Bp. M. — The streets above Canal
street are well filled with armed citi
zens. The impression now prevails
that no further attempt will be made
by the metropolitans to disperse their
opponents who handled them so
roughly this afternoon. The city is
quiet and no further conflict is appre
hended before morning. Most of the
barricades are made with street cars.
Six or eight citizens and twenty or
thirty metropolitans where killed in
the light this afternoon, and many
were wounded on both sides.
Midnight—Tlie list of casualties to
citizens in the fight to-day foots up six
killed and five seriously, and twelve
fatally wounded. The metropolitans'
loss was seven killed and thirty-seven
wounded. Among the citizens killed
was Capt. J. M. West and Major J. K.
Dotirtain.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Warm Weather — Affairs of Public Of
ficers to be Looked Into—A New
License Collector.
San Francisco, Sept. 15. — The
weather is quite warm to-day, as yes
terday. The thermometer marks 70°
iv the shade.
The Finance and Auditing Commit
tee of the Board of Supervisors will
make a searching investigation into
the affairs of all public officers where
there is custody and control of public
money.
James O. Dean has been appointed
License Collector, vice Buckley re
moved.
Owing to the excessive heat, the at
tendance last night and to-day at the
Mechanics' Instiute Fair was small.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
STANISLAUS COUNTY.
A Man-Killer Acquitted—Gamblers at
tbe Fair.
Modesto, Sept. 14.—Shoemaker, the
man who shot Gleason, was acquitted
to-day. Verdict, "Justifiable homi
cide."
A large number of gamblers have
congregated here for the Fair, to com
mence to-morrow.
SOLANO COUNTY.
On n Irulse-Jewlsh New-Tear, ""■
Vallejo, Sept. 14.—The U. S. Sara
nac will start from Mare Island on a
cruise down the Mexican coast about
Saturday next.
The Jewish merchants have tempo
rarily closed business to celebrate their
New-Year. 1
Sampson Bros. & Co. of Coos Bay
have now on the stocks the largest
sailing ship ever built on the Pacific
coast, which will cost $76,000. Her
keel 1s 180 feet her beam 40 feet, and
her depth of hold 21 feet. She will be
ready for sea about Nov. Ist, and is
intended for the Liverpool trade. She
will take her cargo in wheat from
Portland or San Francisco, and will
load 2,000 tons.
Quite a number of valuable hogs he
longing to John McKay have been re
cently poisoned on the ranch of R.
Ueran, in Pleasant valley, Tulare
county, where they were being herded.
Wheat was found scattered in places,
which, being subjected to heat, gave
evidence of having been saturated with
Chosphorus. It is said the hair or
ristles of the dead hogs slip off as if
they had been scalded.
Eggs are quoted at fifty cents a
dozen and at 50 cents a pouudin Boise
City.
The Bazaar is now giving 12 yards Best
American Prints forsl. Also, six yards 4-4
French and American prints for il. At the
corner of Main ana Requena streets, oppo
site the U. S. Hotel.
Everybody is wondering why the Bazaau
is sellingtheir goods so cheap. The reason Is
they must clear out their Spring and Sum
mer goods to make room for the immense
stock of Fall and Winter goods which they
will soon receive. •
SOCIETY NOTICES.
I. O. O. F.
Angrelitn Lodge No. IU3, 1. <». O. *'
Regular meetings of this Lodge are held every
Monday evening atfl o'clock, at Odd Fellows'
Hall, Downey Block. Visiting and sojourn
ing brothers in good standing arc invited to
attend. L J. SMITH, N. G.
E. A. Piikuss, Jr. R. S. auO
Masonic Notice.
I.os Ana-eles Lodge No. 42, F. A A. 91.—
The stated meetings of this Lodge are held on
the first Monday of each month at 7:30 P. M.
Members of I'entalplia, No. 202, and all Mas
ter Masons in good standing are cordially in
vite,!. CO. FOY, W. M.
Chas. Smith, Secretary. ar>2B-iy—fi
MISCELLANEOUS.
AN ORDINANCE.
An Ordinance Granting; n Franchise
Drrn Extension of the Spring- and
Sixth Street Ilailroud. »
THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
ofthe city of Los Angeles do ordain as
follows:.
Section 1. That the right of way be, and
the same hereby is, granted to the Spring and
Sixth Street Railroad Company of Los Ange
les City, California, and to its assigns, over
and along the following street of said city for
the period of twenty years from and after the
date of the approval by the Mayorof this or
dinance, for the purpose of extending Its pres
ent track and laying down, maintaining and
operating one line of iron railrood track, and
to run cars thereon to be drawn and propelled
by horses or mules, and to carry passengers
thereon; that is to>ay: Commencing at the
Junction of Mnin and Alameda streets of this
city; thence along said stieet to the grounds
known as the upper depot grounds of the
Kouthern Pacific Railroad Company, pur
chased of Mrs. Steams, with the right to eon
structsuch turnouts as may be necessary; said
track to connect with and form a part of the
present street railroad of said company, and
the whole line to be operated as one and the
same line, and only one fare to be collected for
travel over the whole line from each passen
ger.
JProvided, and upon condition that the con
struction of said road shall be commenced
within the period of three months from and
after the date of approval of this ordinance,
aud shall be finally completed, equipped,
stocked and in running order from its point
of beginning to its terminus, within the period
of six months from said date of its approval;
it being understood that this franchise shall
be forfeited by the grantee herein on account
of a fail nro to complete the said road within
the-aid period of six months, only for that
portion of said road which at that time shall
remain and be unfinished, leaving the fran
chise to that portion of said road
completed and in running order unaffected
by such failure; provided further, and upon
the express condition that said grantee shall
plank, pave and macadamize tlie length of
said road between the rails thereof and for two
feet on each side thereof, and shall keep the
same constantly in repair, flush with the
street and provided with good crossings, and
the track not to be more than five feet wide
within the rails and there be a space between
the main tracks and side tracks or turnouts
sufficient to allow cars to pass each other free
ly and without danger; and provided further,
that the laying of said track shall conlorm in
all cases, when any part of said route has been
graded according to un established grade, to
such established grade, and in all other cuses
to the natural grade of the street orsuch grade
line as may be established, and when at any
time any part of said route shall be graded or
the grade thereof changed or altered, the bed
of tbe road and truck thereof shall be made to
conform therewith; provided further, thut on
and along such portion of said route as tbe
track of the Southern Pacific Railrohd runs
tlie track of the street car railroad shall be
laid from the center line of Main street lo a
point six feet easterly of the telegraph pole
standing by the willow stump In the swamp;
thence in a straight line to tlie westerly side
walk of the street, and thence over the gutter
along the sidewalk to such point as may be
necessary to cross (and across) the sidewalk
on to private property to reach thedepot; but
said track sliull be so laid as not to interfere
With the drainage of tlie gutter; and provided
that for said distance said track shall be
planked between the rails thereof and shall
always be kept in good repair; and if not so
kepi in repair the city may* repair it at tlie
charge and expense of said company; pro
vided further, that whenever any railroad
track shall intersect this road, such road in no
case shall occupy and use the track of this
roud for a distance of more than one block.
Sue. 2. It is understood that the city in
making ths grant of this franchise, expressly
reserves the right io grade, sewer, pave, ma
cadamize, improve, niter or repair all of said
street or any part thereof, and to lay down
pipes for water, gas and other purposes there
in; such work to be done by the city so as to
obstruct or injure tlie road us little us possible;
but when works make the same necessary,
the owner or owners of said road must shift
tlie rails so us lo avoid tlie obstructions made
thereby.
Il Is further understood that this franchise
Is specially granled upon all and each of Ihe
provisions and conditions hereinbelore < on
tained; and if the said grantee shall fall In
any particular to comply therewith, or w th
either of them, then nnd in that case all rit-bt
to tills franchise, except as herein before stated,
shah be thereby forfeited and this grant be
null and void; and that nothing herein con
tained shall be construed In any manner as
granting an exclusive franchise.
Si:c. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from after its passage, approval
and publication.
Approved: Los Angeles, Sept. 14, 1871.
J. R. TOBERMAN, Mayor.
M. Xi! i Mi.tt. Clerk of Coin. Council. It
LOS ANGELES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1874.
BUSINESS CARDS.
J. C. ALLEN,
BOOt AND SHOEMAKER, COM
merelal street, opposite Hellman, Haas
* Co.'s. Repairing promptly and neatly
done. ' mrl2-ly-54
J. STRELITZ.
MERCHANT TAILOR, AND FASHION
ABLE CLOTHIER. _ ■
No. 73 Main Street, in front or the
Orient Saloon, Downey Block.
A laree stock of the newest Cloths. Oood
fits guaranteed. mr24-tf— 2
. S. H. BUCHANAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Successors to Buchanan A Husklns.
C CONTRACTS TAKEN FOR ALL KINDS
of Building and sat isfaction guaranteed.
Headquarters at the Corner of Second and
Fort street. ap2s-tf—B
C. F. HEINZEMAN & CO.,
Successors to J. B. SAUNDERS A CO..
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
73 Mutin Street,
LOS ANGELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PUREST L.WOS and PATENT MEDICINES
of all kinds. KW Prescriptions caretully com
pounded day and night. no2-tf—3
DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT
SUITS MADE TO ORDER AT THE MOST
reasonable terms. Wrappers and dresses
cut and basted. Perfect satisfaction given.
Also,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
Made to order. eet, opposite tha
College. ug2o:lnv>
COLOME CIGAR MANUFACTORY
White House, Commercial St.
THREE DOORS FROM LOS ANOELES ST.
GOOD CIGARS
(FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC) FOR SALE CHEAP.
aug2tf— 3
FORWARDING & COMMISSION.
HELLMAN, HAAS & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission
MERCHAINTS,
HAVE FOR SALE
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THE BEST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of t lie choicest Import ed Brands.
PAINTS, OILS. DOORS AND RASHES,
BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
14 and 10 Los Angeles and Commercial st
LOS ANGELES. uo3tl—i
SIMON LEVY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
General dealer in ail kinds of COUN
TRY PRODUCTIONS,
Hides, Grain and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to nil
parts of tlie United States. Nos. 24 and 34
Aliso St., LOS ANGELES- ocs-ly4p—3
J. L. Ward & Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Fire & Marine Insurance Agents.
43 MAIN STREET,
L, O S ANG TC I. TC S, C-A.L.
aprli-tf—3
HOTELS.
LAFAYETTE HOTEL.
New r riiT'on<»"iioiit
THE PROPRIETOR DESIRES TO
inform t he traveling public that this well
known house has been
THOROUGHLY
RENOVATED AND REBUILT
THROUGHOUT,
and now offers accommodations equal If not
superior to auy other house iv Los Augeies.
SINGLE ROOMS, OR ROOMS EN SUITE.
The Eating Department
will be conducted with especial care
nov4tf—6
PICO HOUSE,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
JjMRST CLASS HOTEL,
FOR TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS.
Centrally Located—Frontage on
Throe Streets.
The BEST Table,
The BEST Rooms,
The BEST Acoomraodatlons.
0c23-tf—s CHAS. KNOWLTON, Prop'r
Commercial Restaurant,
NEW COMMERCIAL ST.,
Near Railroad Depot, opposite Perry it Wood
worth's Planing Mills,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
J. D. CONNOR, : : : Proprietor.
Board per week $4 00
Board and Lodging per week 5 00
Single Meals 25
Single lodging 25
•ugiaif
Delmonico Restaurant,
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL. Angeles, California.
OPEN at ALL HOURS.
ecarTh? choicest delicacies of the Best Mar
kets always ou the Bill of Fare. Elegant
DINNERS AND LUNCHES at a moment's
notice. JAS. MUNROE A CO.,
no2-;'-8 Proprietors.
CABE ALLEN,
| Successor to A. M- DODSON.J
Moat Market ! !
No. 121 MAIN STREET,
rpiHE BEST OF MEAT OF EVE-jfflCfcf
_|_ ry variety, Fresh and Salted, oon-MJfyj
slant Iv on hand and delivered on or-MsMssl
der to any part of the Olty. iny2l-Bm—3
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. HOBBS
Can be consulted at his residence, Alameda
street, near the Depot. Special attention
flven to Rheumatism, Erysipelas, Cancers.
'umor», 4c. These latter affections treated
successfully, by a perfectly sale process, with
out either i nclsion or burning and nearly pain
less. aug2stf
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
TTOMCEOPATHIST. Office and residence,
XI brick building, east side of Spring St.,
between Court and First streets, Los Angeles.
Je 18-I.V-Z4
K. D. WISE. M. D.,
GRADUATE OF JEFFERSON
Medical College, Philadelphia. Office
iv I.an Franco Building, Main street. Office
hours, from Bto luV, a. tt., and from 1% to 6
P. M.
Obstetrics & Diseases of Women a Specialty.
my7-ly—ls
DR. M. S. JONES,
TJIORMERLY OF ST. LOUIS, MO.,
fSBsBS 1" has located in Los Angeles where
*WX*jt» lie will give liis speuial attention to
Wmr diseases of tbe Eyw, Ear, Nose and
Throat,
Office : Spring St., opposite Temple Block.
feb2fttf—2
Dr. L. Dexter Lyford,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON — OFFICE,
No. 17, Downey Block, Los Angeles,
California. Office hours—9 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 3
and 7 to 8 P. M. an23-tf—2
DR. A. 8. SHORB,
JLJOMGEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE—Nearly opposite the Post Office.
RESIDENCE—No. 13 Franklin streeL
oc2-tt—2
J. H. McKEE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON—OFFICE,
No. 1 Spring street, oppposlte Temple's
Bank. Residence—No. 239 Main street, Los
Angeles, California. mrlB-tf—2
J.O.HOWARD. H. T. HAZARD
HOWARD & HAZARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICES IN No. 8 DOWNEY BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
8*" Special attention given to business in
the United States I .and Ofbce. 002-tf—2
A. CJI.ASSICI.I., a. H. SMITH.
A. B. CHAPMAN, H. M. SM ITU.
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN &SMITH.
AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stairs, Los
Angeles, California. oc2-tf—2
CHARLES LINDLET. J. S. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
AT LAW,
OFFICE—Room Nos. 51 and 52, over Tem
ple 4 Workman's Bank. oc2-tf—2
W. L. MARSHALL, wilt. d. ooulk.
J. It, BLANCHARD,
MARSHALL. GOULD & BLANCHARD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
15 and 10 Temple Block, Los Angeles. Cal.
Will practice in all the Courts of this State,
and attend to business In U. S. Land Office.
tf—2
LEW. C. CABANIS,
NOTARY" PUBLIC, CONVEY
ancer und Searcher of I.jcordt lor this
County.
OFFICE—No. 44 Temple Block, Los Ange
les, California. oc2-tl—2
GEORGE J. CLARKE,
"VTOTARY PUBLIC—COMMISSIONER OF
Deeds for Arizona, nnd Broker. Office,
Cianahl 4 McDaniels, Downey Block.
Je 19-tf— 2
V. E. HOWARD & SONS,
AT LAW,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
oc2-tf —2
A, A. WILSON,
& COUNSELLOR.
OFFICE-Room Nos. 26 4 27 Temple Block,
Los Angeles, California. oc2-tf—2
A. H. JUDSON. D. E. ADAMS J. W. GILLETTE.
JUDSON, GILLETTE & ADAMS,
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS
AND CONVEYANCERS.
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
oc2-tf—2
G. W. MORGAN,
ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south of the Post Office, Temple
Block, Los Angeles, California.
oar MONEY Tf) LOAN. oc2-tf—2
E. J. WESTON,
ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER
AND
DRAUGHTSMAN,
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Room 61,
Temple Block, Third Story, Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia. myiOtf—3
J. E. GRIFFIN,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
OFFICE-ROOM 22, TEMPLE BLOCK,
Los Angeles, Cal.
uut-Spucial attention given to Land nnd Pro
hate business. myl-tf—2
JOHN COLDSWORTHY,
U. S. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR nnd CIVIL ENGINEER
Room 6, Downey's Block, Los Angeles.
novitf —2
Wm. H. J. BROOKS,
SEARCHER OF RECORDS
For Los Aiifrli!" County.
RECORDER'S OFFICE,
OR NO. 8, DOWNEY BLOCK.
aprll tf—a
MRS. N. A. PICKENS, M. D.,
HOMOEPATHIC AND HYGEINIC PHY
slcian. Tieats all diseases. Calls an
swered day or night. Specialty: Obstetrics
and female diseases.
a» spring srteet, Los Angeles, Cal.
Jy2Ktf— M-
E. F. KYSOR,
A 11 C lIITE C 1?,
ROOM No. 14 HELLMAN'S BLOCK, COR
ner of Commercial and Los Angeles
Streets. ap2stf—2
MORSCH & MANNING,
HOITSE'ANDSIGN PAINTERS-FRESCO,
Scene, Gilding, and Banner Painters—
16 Court street, opposite Court-house, Los
Angeles. Graining, Glazing, Culctmining
and Paper-hanging. Jyb>Bm— 2
S. 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,
aug2o:lm
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J. R. McCoNNXLL. H. M. JUDGE.
McConnoll & Judge,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
ROOMS, TEMPLE BLOCK.
aug22tf
Scripture & Ellis,
,
No. 15 DOWNEY BLOCK. au2o
CHAS. E. BEANE,
NOTARY PUBLIC
AND CONVEYANCER—DEEDS
correctly drawn. Office, Ground Floor,
Downey Block, Main Street, next door to
Bush's Jewelry Store. Jly3otf— 2
Dr. Joseph Kurtz,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE
to Lanfranco's Building, Main street,
above the Drug Store of C F. Helnzeman A
Co. Will give particular attention lo EYE
and EAR DISEASES. Offlcj hours: From 9
to II a. M., from 2 to 4 p. m., and from 8 to 9 P.
m Residence: Buenavista street. augl6
J.fi. BLAND,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW <fc REAL
ESTATE AGENT—Room 44, at head of
stairs by Postofflee, Los Angeles. Cal Land
bought, and sold In town and county. Prompt
attention paid to collections and all business
entrusted to his care. aug6 tf
LIQUORS, ETC.
POETRY.
Though preachers may preach and teachers
teach
Of the evil effects of drink,
'Tls music sweet to a man of wit
To bear the glasses clink.
Both Webster nnd Clay, who In their day
The nation's affairs did guide,
At 11 A. M. each day were seen
With bottles by their side.
Say what you will—talk with skill—
'Tis true beyond a doubt,
That sparkling wine is a gift divine
Life would be drear without.
HOT LUNCH
served from It to l'„ A.M., and In tbe evening
from 8 till 12 o'clock, at the
PALACE SALOON,
No. 97 Temple Block,
mr7-tf-2Vi ] WILLIAMS 4 ROGERS, Prop'rs.
CERTIFICATESJF PARTNERSHIP
THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO.,
Have now for sale Blank Forms ror
"Certificates of Partnership,''
Prepared in legal form for complying with
lhe new law requiring partnerships to
File Certificates under penalty of Los
ing all their Property.
FOR SALE AT THE
HKUALD OFFICE.
AFTER FILING YOUR CERTIF
ICATE OF PARTNERSHIP, YOU
MUST HAVE IT PUBLISHED IN
SOME NEWSPAPER FOR FOUR
WEEKS. HAVE IT PUBLISHED
IN THE HERALD.
Dancing Academy
No 2, STEARNS' HALL.
Entrance on Los Angeles St.
PROF. A. OILE,
From the Corps dv Ballette of Berlin, who
has arrived In this city, will open a course of
lessons for eight mouths.
TIME OF LESSONS:
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
For Ladies and Gentlemen at 8 P. M.
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY,
For Children, from 4 to 6 p. m.
Price for Ladles and Gentlemen, 85 a month.
Children, 4
Offlee Hours, from 8 to 12 a. m. and 2to 4 p.
m. , at tho Lafayette Hotel. agls-lm
CUCAMONGA WINE.
DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S
WINE CELLAR, underneath the new
U.S. Hotel, corner of Los Angeles and Re
quena streets. Wine by the Glass, Bottle or
Gallon. All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
NOTICE.
Tbe public of Los Angeles are hereby noti
fied that no other person Iv Los Angeles but
Louis Mesmer has wines from the Cocomongo
ranches. J. L. SANBEVAIN.
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P. LACTII. FRITZ MENU.
NEW YORK BREWERY,
PHIL. LAUTH & CO.,
(Successors to Chris. Henne) Proprietors.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST IJRIL
LIANL LAGER BEER Soutu of
Sun Francisco.
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED Mt#M|
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Brewety de
fies competition in the State. mrs-tf—s
CITY BREWERY
And SALOON,
Cor. Second and Spring Streets,
LOS ANGELE*"
Fine Lager Beerfor sale
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
no2-tf—B JOS. LEIBER, Proprietor.
"IOCKWEILER'S SALOON^
| Under Temple Building-,
Entrance on Main street, Ix>s Angelos.
LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT
A SPECIALTY. ALSO,
Eastern and California Oysters
And other edibles in season, and the
Very Best Liquors & Cigars.
A First-class Lunch at All Hours. BirUHf-t^
LINES OF TRAVEL.
LOS ANGELES DIVISION
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD,
Anaheim Branch Railroad.
LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO
Railroad and Steamer.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
On and after WEDNESDAY, April 22,1874,
and until further notice, trains will run every
day as follows:
LEAVES LOS ANGELES:
FOR ARRIVE.
Wilmington 10:00 a.m. 11:15 a. K.
San Fernando 11:80 H 12:46 P. M.
.Spadra 3:30 p.m. 5:13 "
Wilmington 4:00 " 6:15 "
Nietos 4;30 " 520 "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Wilmington 7:45 A. M. 9:00 a. m.
Spadra 8:60 " 10.-3 C "
Nietos 8:50 " V:4O "
Wilmington 1:00 P. m. 2:15 p.M.
San Fernando ™1:80 •' 2:80. "
"ON STEAMER DAYS,"
Time of trains between Los Angeles and Wil
mington will be varied so as to connect with
steamer.
Train between Los Angeles nnd Nletos will
stop at the following points on Alameda street
for passengers only, to wit:
KOHLER ST., WASHINGTON, and RUBIO'S
The time of C. Ducommun, corner Com
mercial and Main streets, has been adopted
by this company.
np23-tf—lo E. E. HEWITT. Supt.
GOODALL, NELSON & PERKINS'
STEAMSHIP LINES.
The ELEGANT and FAST SAIL
SUssikINO STEAMSHIPS of this Line
will sail regularly, as follows:
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8® 2 <» 2 <» 2 • 2
1 5 I I | 5 I
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I C C 5 9
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THE STEAMSHIP
m IS T 13 R JL.
Calls ut Santa Barbara only.
The CONSTANTINE
Calls at the principal way ports, and goes no
farther than Anaheim.
The KALORAMA, calling at all way ports,
sails about every two weeks, as per special
advertisement, aud goes no further than Ana
heim.
Passengers take the 10 a. m train for San
Diego and the 4 p. m. train for San Francisco,
uuless otherwise advertised.
Vessels leave for Sin Diego on same day of
arrival at San Pedro.
For Freight, Passage or Information, apply
to or address
T. L. WARD & CO., Agents,
JyS tf—l3% No. 43 Main street.
PACIFIC MAILJJEAMSHIP CO,
SCHED U L E.
The Largest Ships !
THE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS,
Tlie Quickest Time!
San Francisco and Los Angeles Route.
THE STEAMER
ORIZABA
<'ailing; nt Santa Barbara ouly,
AND STEAMER
r» JL O I I G,
Calling; at Principal Way Porta.
fi »I m H
Steamers. |i j," s<
l| p ! b
Orizaba Sept, 2 Sept. 4 sepi. OiWept. 8
Senator " 8 ,r 11 * I'ij « 15
Or'iaba " 15 " 17 " 11' " 21
Senator " Id " 22 " 21 " 2N
Orizaba "20 "28 " 30 Oct. 2
Senator Oct. 1 Oc*. 4 Oct. 5 " 8
Orizaba. «' 7 "8 "11 " M
Senator " 13 ." 10 " 17 " 20
Steamer Oraxnbs true* through to San
DfMNk
Slennier PaclUc to Afnbclm Lauding
Only.
THE STEAMER
GIPS IT,
WITH COMBUSTIBLES,
leave San Francisco for San Pedro,
and Way Ports, September 14,
Returning, will leave San Pedro for San
Francisco September 20tb.
The GIPSY Is especially adapted for car
rying Live Stock.
FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
And Kingston, Island ol Jamaica.
Steamers leave San Francisco every week.
Steamers of Sept. 17th ana evety alternate
Thursday call at San Diego and princinal
Mexican and Central Amerlcun ports.
PASSAGE:
From San Pedro to New York.
Cabin, neper deck $100
Cabin, lower deck 90
Steerage 60
Through Bills from New York to Nan
Pedro at Very i,u« Bates.
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
Steamers leave San Francisco Sept. ofh and
every fourteen days thereafter.
Through Bills of Lading signed to New
York, Europe, Mexico and Mouth America.
Plans of Steamer-s' Cabin at Agent's office.
For Passage or Freight apply to
H. McLELLAN,
Anent for Los Angeles County.
Office, 81 Main street, opposite head of Com
mercial. mr7—ls
BETHESDA MINERAOprFNG
WATER.
AN INFALLIBLE HEMLiIY
for Bright's Disease aud disorders of t he
Kidneys nnd Liver.
To be obtained of Druggists and Grocers. For
sale by J. L. WARD & CO., Gen. Agents.
Testimonials of Its efficacy can be found ut
our offioe. auglO tf 1
NUMBER 143.
BANKING HOUSES.
THE BANK.
W». WORKMAN. F. P. F. TEMPLE.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN.
BANKERS.
TEMPLE BLOCK. LOS ANGELES.
Receive Deposit!, Issue their Certificates and
transact a
GENKKAL BANKING 111 MM ss
MAW Oil THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK [UMITECj.
AT SAN FRANCISCO
Exchange for sale on
New York, Harabarg,
London, Berlin and
Jr*aria, Frnnkfort.
Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dnst and Gov
ernment, State, County and City Bonds bought
and Sold. Receive valuables for safe keep
ng. —16
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
SAVINGS BANK
MAIN STREET,
Los Aii{«clck Cal.
CAPITAL STOCK, :: ::: $300,000
President j. s. BLAUSON
Vice-President. J. M. GRIFFITH
Dl RECTORS:
J. S. BLAUSON, J. M. GRIFFITH,
V. A. HOOVER, ROBERT S. BAKER,
J. BIXBY, H. B. TICHENOR.
GEORGE 8. DODGE.
Open for business from 10 a. m. till 3 p. m.,
and Saturday evenings from 6to 8 o'clock.
Deposits received in any amounts. •
Money to loan on real estate In amounts
and for length of time desired.
Jly9-tf-, r i
FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS'
BANK
OF LOS ANOELES,
CAPITAL 9900,000
JOHN G. DOWNEY President
I. W. HELLMAN Cashier
Exchange for sale on
Han Francisco, New York,
London, JJublin.
IT run It fort, I'ariH, und
Berlin, liuinburi>,
Receive deposits and issue their certificates.
Buy and sell Legal Tenders, Government
State, County and City.Bonds. Will also pay
the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion.
From and alter this date, on all moneys
left as term deposits, interest will be allowed.
Los Angeles, June 18th. 1874. ly—fX)
MISCELLANEOUS.
State Investment Insurance Co.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE,
409 California Street,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Cash Assets Exceed - - - $360,000.
OFFTciRS :
PETER DONAHUE President.
A. J. BRYANT, Vice-President
CHARLES H. CUSHLNG, Secretary.
Stockholders ami Directors in Loa
Avar* tee i
JOHN O. DOWNEY, F. P. F. TEMPLE,
I. W. HELLMAN, O. W. CHILDS,
JOHN JONES.
All Premiums for Insurance are deposited
In Los Angeles Banks, aud loaned upon ap
proved securities.
WM. J. BRODRICK,
mylOtf-3% Agent in Los Angeles.
A. ULYARD
Xrr-I&ii Bill a
DAILY EXPRESS LINE
TO HAJSTA. MONICA
Carrying Passengers and Goods,
Leaving Los Angeles caeh day nt 7:30 A. M.;
leaving Santa Monica each day ut 8:00 r. M.;
calling at Pieo House, Lafayet'ic, Clarendon
and U. S. Hotels. jun2otf—
GRAND RK-OPENING OF THE
ORIENT SALOON.
We have Just received a Large and Entire
NEW STOCK of
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
aw Punches and Cobblers Specialties.
J. CAPPE, Proprietor.
G. E. GARD, Manager. myl6tf—l
THE GREAT
IRRIGATING PUMP!
OF THE DAY.
MP. W. T. CLAPP HAVING LOCATED
permanently in Los Augeies, will aiteud
to the business pcrtalniug to the
IWilcox Steam Wator Lifter
For me In Los Angeles county. My patrons
will find Mr. Clapp to be a fair nnd honorable
business man. Call and see him at his resi
dence, San Gabriel Orange Grove Association,
Ran Gabriel, or address P. O. Box 73, Los An
geles. ALLEN WILCOX.
Sun Francisco, May 17,1874. jy2Btl—l
JT. ,T. REYNOLD'S
PIONEER HACK LINE.
CLARENDON HOTEL.
Contracts for Hacks. Barouches, Carriages,
Coaches.etc, for Weddings, Picnics, Balls und
Funerals. None but careful drivers em
ployed. Jl v V4tf—2
Notice of Altering and estae
lishing the Crade of Streets.
"\TOTICE is hereby given in pursuance or
_I>| Sec. 2 and 3, Article 7, of the Amended
City Charterof Los Angeles City, of tbe inten
tion of tlie Common Council to alter and es
tablish the grade of the following streets:—
Fort street, from 3d to Ith street; Ith street,
from Fort street to Hill street; Hill streei.
from 4th to «h street; oth street, from Hill
street to Pearl street, so as to conform tt the
grade as surveyed by Wm. Moore, an 1 ap
proved by the Common Council, August 13,
1871. Any person or persons objecting io said
proposed estubllshmeui. of grade, mmt pre
sent their protest to the Council, within 20
da vs from this date, September 6th, 1574.
This notice is given by order of the Com
mon Council ut its session of sept. 3d, 1871.
M. KHKMKR.
Clerk ofthe Common Council of i,os
Angeles City. seps-10ds

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