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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
THURSDAY SEPT, ir, 1174,
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TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
ONE DOLLAR per Square often lines, first
Insertion, and twfxty-mvk cents per square
for each subiequcnt Insertion.
POSTAL CHANGES.
The following postal changes wont Into op
oration, July Ist, 1871: All publication* are
Tree of postage to BUbSCrlberi In the counly In
which they are published. Book* and pack
ages of merchandise, to the weight of four
pound*, can be lienl by mall at the rate of one
cent for every two ounces or fraction over.
Tied packages may be entirely enclo-icd.
Home portion Of sealed packages tnu-t bo
opened for inspect ion.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The Council will meet to-day.
The Kalorama leaves for San Fran
cisco to-morrow.
The Constantine will sail for San
Francisco next Sunday.
The Orizaba sails for San Diego to
day, and next Saturday will return on
her upward-bound trip.
The ray car passed over the railroad
yesterday, and the employees are all
rejoicing in consequence.
Mr. T. D. Maloney will re-open his
evening writing school at Lawlor In
stitute on Monday evening, Septem
ber 21st.
All travelers and'miners will do well
to get their boots and shoes made at
the Los Angeles Boot and Shoe Fac
tory of A. S. McDonald, No. 104 Main
street. Call and see for yourselves.
Messrs. Judson, Gillette & Adams
removed their office yesterday to No.
89 Spring street. The former office
will now be occupied exclusively by
G. W. Morgan.
11. W. Rose lodged a complaint in
Justice Tratrord's Court yesterday
against an ex-policeman for interfer
ing with him in the discharge of his
duties as City and County Tax Col
lector.
Leivas, the man on trial in the
County Court for horse-stealing, plead
guilty yesterday to the charge brought
against him, and was sentenced to live
years in the State Prison.
A lady's pocket book was picked up
in the street yesterday. It contains
one or two religious medals a piece of
coin and some other articles. Tlie
owner can have the property by call
ing at this office and describing pro] -
erty.
Boarders speak in the highest praise
of the Delmonico Restaurant. A first
class table is set and prompt, courte
ous treatment is always given to the
legion who assemble there to receive
their daily sustenance. If you have a
weakness for square meals, try the
Delmonico.
We understand that Mr. Havell, of
Main street, has jusl sold a very line
organ by Geo. Wood of Boston, to the
Rev. Mr. Hill, for the Episcopal
Church in this city, and that the Pro
fessor will preside at the same on Sun
day next, when the musical part of
the service will be unusually attract
ive.
The following is a list of tlie passen
gers per steamer Constantine, which
sailed from San Francisco for Wil
mington yesterday: Mrs E Forbes, J
R Montgomery and family, Thos Ed
wards, J Oljo, J H Heizch, A S San
Sleave, J Carmony, M Stay, Edward
Pieman, S Carpenter and family, M
Gates, J N Qllinby, Miss E Moon, Mr
Meohling, Mr Cronan, Win McGuire,
J Gregory and family.
From the new and popular music
house of McCurrie & Weber, 123 Post
street, San Francisco, tlie Herald
has received two new aud beautiful
pieces of sheet music—"The Kiss from
Over the Sea " and " The Wind." To
our lady friends desirous of opening
communication with a first-class mu
sic house, we recommend Messrs. Mc-
Currie <fc Weber.
Robert Moser, the aforetime senior
partner in the firm of Moser & Co.,
collected the assets of that concern
and, appropriating them to his own
use, left the city between two days.
His partner, Jos. Barth, now wants an
explanation of matters, and has sworn
out a warrant for the arrest of his ab
sconding associate. The authorities
are on the track of the slippery gen
tleman.
Runaway.
Q,uite a seiious accident occurred at
the corner of Temple and New High
street yesterday as the Mexican pro
cession was passing the junction of
Main and Spring streets, on its lino of
march. Mr. C. C. Austin, with his
daughter, seated In a light wagon, at
tempted to drive his horse (said to be
quite a vicious animal j down Temple
street and across the line of the pro
cession, lie was prevented from do
ing this, and turning around, lie at
tempted to go back on Temple street
and up New High, but his horse be
came unmanageable, and running
against an obstruction on tlie corner,
threw Mr. Austin and his daughter
out. The young lady escaped unhurt,
but Mr. Austin received some hard
bruises on the head, rendering him
unconscious for a time. The injured
niau was taken at once to the oTllce of
Dr. McKee, where he received the
Doctor's care, and was soon brought
to a comparatively comfortable condi
tion.
A Lucky Escape.
A runaway team at the depot yes
terday came very near being smash
ed into irretrievable ruin — horses,
wagon and all—by the in-coming San
Fernando train. As the horses were
making tlieir reckless llight down
Commercial street they started tocross
tlie track immediately in front of the
engine, which was coming into the
depot at good speed. By some unac
countable freak of their fright, the
animals stopped stock still upon tne
I rack, and an accident would have re
sulted, bad not the engineer, Mr.
Sippy, succeeded in stopping tho train
very promptly. By the timely use of
the air-brake, the engine was brought
to a stop within ten feet of the point
wdiere first applied. There was no
body in the wagon at the time of the
runaway.
THE CELEBRATION.
Gain-Day ol our .Vox Iran *"ltl«on«« —
lio-.i Ihe OMMIW *M Honored
»:-jts*n ; Iho rina> Sf Mexico MM
America Torcli-Litflil i»rooe*«ilon —
Mroet I'rtrinfe Yesterday Addresses
Hull.
The celebrat ion whicli was com
menced at 11 o'clock Tuesday evening
by our Mexican citizens, was contin
ued throughout the day yesterday with
demonstrations and festivities suited
to the occasion. On Tuesday evening
Sonora presented an attractive appear
ance, illuminated along its principal
streets with lamps and transparencies.
Many of the stores were illuminated,
noticeably among which we can men
tion the establishment of Mr. J. I).
Guerrero, which was decorated with a
long line of lights, giving a very strik
ing effect. On the open space adjoin
ing the headquarters of the Junta Pa
triotica a platform was constructed
and appropriately decorated with green
boughs and Mexican and American
Hag-. At the appointed hour, the of
ficers of the Society and the partici
pants in the ceremony took their
places upon the platform, and Sefior
Lireto Benavidez, President of the
Junta Patriotica de Juarez, introduced
Sefior Pioquinto Davila, who pro
nounced the
"GRITO DE INDEPENDENT I A."
As the representative of the Priest
Hidalgo. Upon the conclusion of a
short and spirited address, he raised
the shout of " Viva Mexico," which was
taken up in answering shouts of the
assemblage and the salutes of artillery.
The procession then formed in the
order given iv the Herald yesterday
and took up the line of march through
the principal streets of tlie city. A
long line of torches was borne by the
paraders, and the discharge of rockets
and Roman candles added spirit and
beauty to the scene. The display
throughout was very tine. At a late
hour the celebrators dispersed and
adjourned their carnival until
YESTERDAY
The first public demonstration com
menced at 4 p. M., when tho proces
sion re-formed, led by the Grand
Marshals, Refugio Botilloand Ramon
Benetis, with tlieir aids. Next came
Piepenberg's Hand, followed in turn
by the Los Angeles Rifles, the Mexi
can Military Company, who made a
very creditable display. Two tri
umphal cars followed, representing
Mexico and America, and they were
succeeded by the standards borne at
the head of a column formed by the
members of the Junta Patriotica tie
Juarez. The flags were the Mexican,
American, and the banner of the
Junta Patriotica. The procession
was concluded by a long line of horse
men and citizens in carriages.
TIIE TRIUMPHAL CARS
Were ihe most attractive feature of
Ihe procession and deserve special
mentisn. The find was constructed
in pyramidal form with decorations,
and upon it were stationed Misses
Guadalupe Aguilar, Maria Sanchez
and Ismaela Vallesteres, in costume,
representing, respectively,"America,"
''Liberty" and "Justice." The sec
ond car was much larger than the
first, and bore twenty-live misses,
dressed in red, green and white —the
standard colors of the country—repre
senting the independent States of
Mexico and the Federal Union at
large. The names and representa
tions were as follows:
Eliza Garcia, " Federal District;"
Filomena Flores, "San Luis Potosi;"
Lily Haines, "Queretero;" Bersabe
Haines, " Tamanlipas;" Josefa Con
treras/'Hidalgo;" Jesus Villa,"Tlaxa
cala;" Refugia Salvado, "Zacatecas;"
Francisca Ramirez, "Durango;" Juana
Gonzales, "Jalisco;" Concepcion Gall
ardo, " Yucatan;" Margarita Mendi
bles, "Aquas Calientes;" Juana Celis,
"Puebla;" Dolores Hernandez,"Guan
axiato;" Cayetana Valenzuela, " So
nora;" Marina Miranda, "Guerrero;"
Luisa Leyba,"Mexico;" Lolita Dunne,
" Tabasco;" Enriqueta Contreras,"Co
lima;" Francisca Avila, "Morelos;"
Odulia Davila, "Chihuahua;" Helena
Sepulveda, "Oaxaca;" Angelita Con
treras, "Sinaloa;" Annie Alexander.
"Vera Cruz;" Isabel Foster, "Chia
pas;" Teresa Antonnes, "Michuacan,"
At 6 o'clock tlie assemblage again
collected on the open ground, where
the first ceremonies were held.
TIIR ADDRESSES.
Mr. F. P. Ramirez, the orator, was
introduced by the President of Cere
monies, Sefior Loreta Benavid,ez, and
delivered an address occupying about
thirty minutes. He was enthusiasti
cally applauded by his hearers and sa
luted by the military company several
times in tlie course of his remarks.
Short addresses were then delivered
by Sefior F. Miranda, Mr. Goldbaum
and others. An original poem writ
ten by Mr. Goldbaum was also read.
IN THE EVENING
A brilliant assemblage was gathered
at Steams' Hall, and dancing was in
augurated and prolonged far into the
small hours of tlie night. Numerous
balls and parties iv select circles were
held throughout the city, and the cel
ebration of the day culminated most
pleasantly, not only witli our Mexican
citizens, but many invited guests of
other nationalities.
Andronico Faries, a gentleman from
La Ballona, while in the procession
yesterday, fell from his horse and
broke his leg below the knee.
Meeting of the Baptist Association.
The Baptist Association of this
county commenced its sittings on
Friday the 11th instant at Santa Ana
under the presidency of Elder J. C.
Curtis of Los Nietos. The place of
meeting selected was a beautiful grove
of sycamore trees in which was erect
ed a booth of willows capable of seat
ing a thousand persons or more, am
ple provisions were made and invita
tions extended to all visitors as well
as to the delegates messenger. Six
new churches were received into fel
lowship making a total of fourteen In
cluding the Los Angeles Baptist
Church recently organized in this
city.
The meetings were characterised
by the grearest harmony. The in
troductory sermon by Elder C. C.
Riley, was earnest, faithful and ap
propriate, as also those that followed
by Elders, Thomas, Davenport, Mc-
Lean of Brooklyn, Loveall and others
on Friday nnd Saturday.
On Suinlav a Missionary Sermon
was preached/by Elder John Francis
ofthe American Baptist Home Mis
sion Society at the close of which a
collection was taken up amounting to
about sixty dollars for Home Mission
purposes. At 3 P. M. Dr. Hobbs of
Los Angeles, delivered an excellent
discourse on the Immortality of the
Soul and at 7 P. M. Elder Wright of
Riverside, gave a practical sermon on
Religious duty. The association con
tinued in session until Monday when
the appointment of two missionaries
wasconsummated. Great praise is due
to the families of Santa Ana embrac
ing various denominations, for their
noble hospitality;
A NEW CORRESPONDENT.
A Visit In tin- lamp-Ground-Meeting
oil Friends — ** Lou Lewis" mnl
•■rory-Ksnondent" — A
Hot loiree ami a Hush for Home.
Editor Herald: Last Sunday mv
latest sworn friend, yclept Guy, pro
posed that he and I jump on the train
and see how things were thriving out
at the camp-groun is. Consenting, we
procured excursion tickets, took seats,
and in half an hour or so Stepped from
our comfortable quarters to the plat
form of the Los Nietos depot. We
met our friend Jim witli his delightful
team already waiting for us; so in we
hopped, thinking what a fine thing it
was to have Santa Monica acquaint
ances who wouldn't forget one. Dur
ing the drive I had serious apprehen
sions that the Los Nietos land-owners
might bring suit against us for the
large amount of real estate we were
swallowing.
ARRIVING AT THE GROUNDS,
We found that services had already
begun, and the congregation engaged
in prayer; so we stood outside the ar
bor for a few moments, till presently
Guy gave us a nudge in the side, and
said, "By Jove! There's 'Lou Lewis'
standing just in front of Miss A ;
wonder if lie is going to bore the pub
lic witli any more of his egotistical
letters ?" Turning round as directed,
we beheld a mixture of green eye
glasses, side-whiskers and much stove
pipe. "Well," said J, "so that's
'Lou,' is it? He's entirely too
sensible and intellectual looking
to be the author of sueh —" Just
then a slight tap on my shoulder
caused a cessation of further talk on
that subject, and before me .stood my
old friend L.— He and 1 used to be
great chums at college, you know,
so we were mutually surprised and
delighted at the meeting. Afterchat
ting pleasantly for live or ten minutes,
he excused himself and started off
to get something to eat so he said;
how true that was 1 do not know. Tbe
last I saw of him he was wandering
up and down tlie banks of the San
Gabriel, with
A COUPLE OF CITY GIRLS.
Reliable individual, that chum of
mine. The very idea of deserting an
old shool-mate, just, because he don't
bappento have two good looking girls
with him! But I'll square it with him
someday. Trust me for that. Again
came that nudge of Guy's and he
whispered: "There's Corry, tlie one
that writes such exquisite poetry.
Let's move around to wliere hesits,and
I'll introduce you." But I quietly de
clined, remarking that I didn't care
about being caught in the relentless
grasp of any correspondent. "Sour
grapes," said Guy, "you'd write in a
minute if you only could." That hit
produced this outburst, Mr. Editor;
good thing for tlie cause of literature,
wasn't it? Well 1 always did say
that Guy was made to benefit
humanity, but to think he should
have pursued this course. Who
would have dreamed it? After a while
we went around and got some
roast meat and sweet pota
toes, and a fair country lass
proffered us a piece of grape pie.
Even here, Guy, the irrepressible,
gave us another of those horrid
thumps, and in self-defence we lis
tened: "Say, Reg., don't you think
they have camp-meeting out at these
hot places just for effect ? it's giving
us a gentle foretaste of what we may
expect if—" But just then he swal
lowed a mouthful of scalding codec,
and with one
AGONIZING GROAN,
Leaped from the bench and cleared
the inclosure. Of course I followed
him, not knowing what rash act lie
might commit, and came up to him
on his way to the depot, muttering
vows of vengeance. Coaxing did no
good, so I left him in his solitude and
misery. Next time, perhaps, he'll
know better than to make any such
unlicensed remark; but he's a good
fellow—this Guy of mine, and means
no harm —none in the world.
Haven't 1 said quite enough about
the gossip ofthe day, and wouldn't
you De much obliged if l stopped? 1
think so. 1 did intend to describe a
certain charming scene that occurred
in the return curs; how a certain little
blond sat up in the corner and talked
sweet to a certain little black-eyed
beauty—but I won't do it now. So,
till our next escapade, we are
Yours, Reginald Thornton.
Los Angeles, Sept. 10th.
Eighty sacks of wool (about 24,000
pounds) is at the Truckee freight de
pot, awaiting transportation to Sacra
mento and San Francisco. Of this
amount 15,000 is from, sheep at Luke
Tahoe; the balance, 9,000 pounds, is
from sheep-owners iv Sierra valley.
The Petaluma Argut is informed
that the rainfall iv Butcher valley and
vicinity was very heavy on Thursday
of last week. The water came down
in sheets, and the storm partook more
of the character of a cloud-burst than
of an ordinary rain-storm.
1,. P, Long has been elected Super
visor In Mendocino county. The peo
ple considered him favorable to tlie
project of havingagood, macadamized
road built between Ukiah nnd Clover
dale, through the Russian River Can
yon, and elected him on that issue.
In 1857 the, Mission of San I.vis de
Francia, San Diego county, bad 22,fil<)
head of cattle and 28,532 sheep, being
more than any other mission.
During the past week the freight
trains of the Southern Pacific have
been so heavily loaded with grain
that they have required two engines
to haul each train.
On Tuesday last some five acres were
burned over on Sherman Island by a
Are occasioned by sparks from Billing's
engine, while threshing on Uphani's
land.
The Iron-house School District, Co
ntra Costa county, has three ladles now
noting as Trustees, namely: Mrs. S.
A. Sellers, Mrs. F. Bahhe, anil Mrs. J.
B. Henderson. This is the first in
stance where all the trustees electetl
were ladies that has come to our notico
since the enactment of the new law.
Miss Lognn, the Eastern dress
maker, has removed to Los Angeles
street, overSaml. Prager's store. *lw
Splendid gents suits. Coat pants
and vest, for £12, very heavy. Gents
Satinet pants $2 00 und $2 50 at the
Bazaar corner of Main and Requena
streets.
Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main
and Requena streets, are now selling
out their Spring and Summer stock at
reduced prices. If you want to save
money give them a call. *
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 Coal's thread for2"> cts.
Four papers American pins for 25cts.
Four pieces Worstend braid for 25 cts.
At the BazaaS, corner of Main and Reque
na slreets. •
For a fine article of Spectacles and Nose
Glasses, C. H. BUSH can suit you.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For City Treasurer.
11. FLEISHMAN announces himself ns a
candidate for City Tkkahukek at, the ensu
ing election, sepio
IToi- Mnyor.
Al the request of many citizens, the under
signed announces himself a candidate for
Mayor, at the Municipal election.
F. SABICHI.
TiOs Aneeles, Sep. 15th, 1871.
8 pecia ces.
All travelers and miners will do
well to get their Roots and shoes made at the
Los Angeles Boot and shoe Factory of A. H.
McDonald, No. 104 Main streei. Call and
Bee lor yourselves.
Ten yards brown factory lor 81.
Eight yards extra heavy '1-4 laclory for il.
Ten yards do do 30 inch for 31.
Four spools Brook's thread lor 25 cts.
At. the Bazaar, cornerof Main and Reque
na streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel.
Four pair seamless hose for 91.
Three pair diamond load Shaker socks for
81 00.
At Isaac Norton A Co.'s, cornerof Main
aud Requena streets, opposite V. S. Hotel
Agency Imperial of London and
Queen of Liverpool; capital,slB,ooo,ooo. North
ern of London, capital, $18,000,000; and Hart
ford of Hartford, capital, SJ,OOU,UOO. Office :
Room No. :i Downey Hlouk.
JOHN t'ARI.IN, Agent.
sep.Vtf
ua-The tide of Immigration Is steadily set
ting in, and the (list, thing eastern people do
is to throw away their New York Hals and buy
a new one of Desmond. They say there is no
comparison between the two. 2}' A->
Agency Liverpool and London and
Olobe Insurance Company. Assets, 821,000,- j
000. Agency Stale Investment Insurance
Company. Fire and Marine. Assets, mgo.ooo, I
at Brodrick's Hook store, near the Postofflee.
•>l c
- »
Go to the Fashionable Tailor, Fitz
palrick, when you want a line suit of clothes.
If you desire recommendation, ask auy of
his'numerous customers, and jron will be
told that" Pits." always does bis work well
giving; fine Work, good material and reasona
ble prices.
Do you want a stylish and neat-fit
ting Boot or Shoe, then call at dnoe on Wm.
Slaney's Cosmopolitan Boot and Shoe Store,
for he receives by every steamer the latest
and best Styles, and be sells them at such
low prices, thai you can't help buying. Cus
tom work a specially. He has engaged some
of lhe 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 bis samples
and see for yourself, at 100 Main street, oppo
site Wells, Fargo <fc Co.'s. sign of the Big
Blue Boot.
Rogers Bro. Celebrated Silver Plated Ware
at C. H. BUSH'S.
EL DORADO STORE.
A.. C, CIIAUVIIV,
Wholesale and Relail Dealer in Choice
Family Groceries, Country Produce, Wines,
Liquors nnd Tobacco.
TO Mjiiii st.,H.ok Angreles.
Hiig22:tf
Bring In your Watches &. Clocks,
that all others have failed to make
run. C. H. BUSH.
PIONEER
SADDLE AND HARNESS
MA3VTTjFACTORY.
3. C. FOY Proprietor.
"ESTABLISHED JLN 1864.
Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re
tail dealer in all kinds of Saddlery and Har
ness.
The best brands of Saddle, Harness and
Sole Leather, always on hand And for sale at
wholesale and retail.
No. 17 Los Atigfii-~ feStreeet.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
nol.Vtf—6
Notice to the Public.
-VT OTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, that lhe
.J3I City Taxes are now due. and will become
delinquent,on tbe llrst day of No\ ember, 1874,
ane unless paid prior to said Ist day of No
vember, live per cent will be added to the
amount ol said taxes. The CRj Marshal will
remain at bis otlice between tbe bonis of 10
O'clock A. n,. and 4 P, M., of every day, Sun
days excepted, fr.im date until the ."list day of
October, IST I, to receive said eily taxes, and
where thesanie are payable.
R. .1. WOLF, Marshal and
Kx-offlclo Tax Collector.
sep I litf
NOTICE.
VTOTIL't: is HEREBY GIVEN thai Louisa
M. de Chaves, and her children, Uuad.i
iupe, Frederbinda unci Marco, will apply to
t he Common Council at its session of Septem
ber 171 li, 1574, for a tiuil-claim deed to the fol
lowing described land:
Commencing at a post adjoining the land of
John s. Griffin aud running south S3Uj east
12,50chs to a post; thence south :*P west 82,60
chs, along tbe land of Willharl to a corner;
thence south 20" east O.fitlchs totbeold Mis
sion road; thence north 758,80chi along said
road; thence north SS west following along
said road 10,0.1 chs to the south-easterly cor
ner ofthe tract; thence north hi.'J west H.soehs
along north-easterly line of river; thence
north 47' 4 east 28,88 to lhe place of beginning
containing 38.52 acres. Courses magnetic.
Anyone objecting to tbe grunting ol said pe
tltlou, must file their objection at least one
duy prior to saloi meeting of the Common
Council. M. KREMER.
sep22td Clerk of Common Council.
MISCELLANEOUS.
SOMETHING NEW
IS
LOM ANGELES.
I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY
friends nnd tho public generally, that
1 have engaged one of the very best
W A. T O II M A X B3 It 8
Direct from Switzerland, who will give
thorough satisfaction. Persons having
watches or clocks to repair will please give
me a trial and Judge for themselves.
Also, constantly on band, 25,000 nssoiliu
articles, lor sale cheap, at
i. niroNHVTs,
CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STS.
No. fiO. myfim—2
GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO.
LUMBER DEALERS,
/ CORNER OF
Alameda nnd FllfJt
DEALERS IN
Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft.
Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " "
Flooring at - - - 42 50 " " 14
They constantly keep on hand
DOORS,
WINDOWS.
BUNDS,
POSTS,
SHINGLES,
LATHS,
SHARKS,
HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC
op2B-tl—s
FOR FIVE CENTS.
LAGER BEER SALOON.
TT7*E HAVE purchased the Saloon former-
W ly kept by
CHARLES HAGAN.
On Commercial Stree.t,
And will hereafter retail a good quality of
Los Angeles
15 Jb_l _LU JERj
AT THE LOW TRICE OF
FIVE CENTS PER GLASS.
A GOOD STOCK OF
WINES. LIQUORS and CIGARS,
Kept constantly on hand.
WRIGHT & MEIER.
sepB-lm
WOOLEN MILL STORE!
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER,
Los Angeles Street, near Commercial.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
invoice of imported goods direct from
Eastern markets, nnd now have one of the
most complete stocks to he found in the city,
comprising
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES.
VESTINCS,
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
&c, &c, Sic, &.C.,
Of Foreign and Domestic, manufacture.
A Tailoring Establishment
Is connected witli th" store, where customers
can have their goods made up in the
st y le and at the mo-i reasonable prices.
Call and examine Ihe stock for yourself,
PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER
sepl-tf
LOOKTO YOUR FIRE!
CiitioAT tiv:r>r c.rrii:is
— IN -
C « > JL L!!
Trom $24 to $18, $20 and $22,
According to quality, per ton, at
I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent)
C O.VI. Y.VLiI).
Corner of Spring and Court streets,
i.os ANOELES, CAL,. sep3
New Furniture Store!!
Herberger & Johannsen,
UPHOLSTERERS
ANU
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 beingu prnciical Uphols
terer and Mr. Johannsen n thoroughly prac
tical Cabinet maker, the firm offer advantages
to purchasers afforded by ne 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, aglo-lm
BOWLING ALLEY
— AND —
BILLIARD SALOON.
In Ihe basement of tbe IT. S. Hotel building,
formerly occupied by the Cucamorga Wine
Depot, a
SALOON,
Willi a First Class stock of
Wines. Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
and the best accommodation for customers.
No charge will be made to patrons for the
use of Billiard tables and Alle\. A lunch will
be served in the evening.
KRUMDICK & MtLCHERT.
ang27*4t l*ro|>rJet»r«.
VETERINARY SURGEON.
OSCAR C 11ALDY, V. S., TREATS ALL
diseases of the horse. i'hii be found
at corner Fourth and Fort Streets, Los Ange
les, Cal. Brt2tf—»
mOLKT.—TWO ELEGANTLY FURNISH-
X ed Boons with nse of kitchen and dining
room, on Main sireet. Apply al
sepio-im HERALD OFFICE.
notTceT
NOTICE Is hereby given that tin Council
will receive bids al Us se-sl n ol Septem
ber the 17th, 1871, for so much of the SS,StX) in
City Bonds bearing 7 prr cent, per aununi as
will produce Jtt,soo in gold coin,
M. KREMER,
uug2std City Clerk.
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,
Oil Cloths,
Matting,
Ktc. Ktc. Ktc.
Sidney Lacey,
(With Dotter & Bradley),
Is still selling everything in above
lines at Reduced Prices, and
guarantees Work and Goods.
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
Sewing Machines,
DOTTER & BRADLEY
Are still Agents for the
OHOVKit He BAKER
ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW
ING MACHINE,
Ami would beg leave to call attention
to tho fact that
FOUR
3V©W and Dfstinet ami
Important
Improvements have been added to
this Machine recently, making
it past all competition.
86 MAIN STREET. 86
LOS ANGELES,
jlyl Sign of the Bi*r Red Chair. tflO
NOTICE TO
TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS!
ON AND AFTER JULY IST, rr-XSi
-1871. the undersigned - will
establish B rnmr.^-.,
LINE OF STAGES
BBTWEBX
Spadra (Rubottom'a) and San Bernar
dino, via Rincon, Chino and
Riverside.
A FIRST-CLASS CONCORD COACH
Fitted up expressly for the convenience nnd
comfort of passengers will
Leavo Gpadra every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,
On the arrival of the 3:30 p. yi. train from Los
Angeles, carrying the C. S. Mail and Express
for Rincon, Chino, Rivr.-lde and San Bernar
dino. Returning will
Leave San Bernardino every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday.
At 3 o'clock a. >r., connecting with Southern
Pacific Railroad at Spadra for Los Angeles.
Running time and Fare the same as by the
Cueamongo route. This route, avoiding the
Desert, inns ulong the valley of the Santa Ana
river and through the well-known colony at
Riverside. H. W. ROBINSON, Proprietor.
Jun2otf—B
MONEY TO LOAN
ONE PER CENT? PER MONTH!!
- IN SUMS OP -
$2,500 to $50,000,
- BY THE —
Savings Union of San Francisco!
In the ordinary mode.
By the SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, on
tbe instalment plan.
The expense of obtaining money from these
i istitutions. Including suiveyor's report and
examination of litle will be one and one-half
percent, on all amounts under 110,000. For
all above that, such as can be agieed upon
with tbe DOirOWer. Applications received by
W. H. BROOKS,
sepl-lm No. 8 Downey Block.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The Newly Established Store of
Peter X^miiio.v,
Offers for sale a splendid assortment of
GROCFRIES, PROVISION'S,
WINES, LIQUORS
CIGAKK. TOBACCO. Etc., Etc,,
At thdlowesl market prices.
He respectfully solicit* a share of tbe publii
potronage. Uoods delivered free to all parts
ofthe city.
PETER LT T NNEY,
Httt-m 117 Mill Il» Main «t.
J. L. Ward & Co.,
43 MAIN STREET,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE AGISTS
nr.I'KESIfiNTINO
London Assurance Corporation,
Assets, $13,000,000.
/Etna Insurance Co., of Hartford,
Assets, 5u,000,000.
Union Ins. Co., of San Francisco
Vsvls.
Policies nre written by us In above com
panics, without reference to parent orllees.
Liberal advancements made dv ora in 01
PHODUCE, consigned to our correspondent*
In San Francisco, at moderate rates of com
tnlsslon. le 20-lm —
TyANTED TO PURCHASE
bki:swax.
J. L. WARD JL CO « Main street.
auggtf
SAMUEL NORTON
Has just returned from lhe East with a large
stock of
< i O O I> J*i
Of all kinds and qualities,
He will sell you 13 yards oj Calico for
ONE DOLLAR.
No. 1 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles street,
(Caswell 4 Ellis'old stand.)
aug3o-lm
MISCELLANEOUS.
LOS ANGELES AGENCY.
A Most Valuable Discovery I
The Babcock fife Extinguisher.
The Best Protection Against FIRE,
and the
Most Efficient and Sura Destroyer of Ihe
"Scale Bug-."
The chemicals used do not inlurethe bark
or fruit, and two or three applications will
cleanse the worst affected tiees.
The ordinary charge Is Certain Death to
SQUIRRELS. ANTS &C.
The certificates of Mr. J. De Bartii shokb,
Col. E. J. C. Kfwkn. and other gentlemen,
can be seen ut the office ofthe Agent.
AOOI'Y FOR
DIE BOLD NORRIS & Co. '8
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, Combi
nation Locks and Vault Door,
The best and most reliable Safes in the
WEAVER & TAYLOR'S
Celebrated Carbolizcd Rubber Hose.
This Hose will be furnished In all sizes and
in -ucn length h.s may b« required, ut saS
Fkancisco Prices.
Crofutt's Life Protectors, Rubber and
Leather Buckets &c. &c.
SOLE AtIENT FOR THE
Safety Inkstand, Hurricane Cigar Light
ers, Burglar Alarms.
— ALSO THE —
Vernon Mineral Water,
A sure cure for Indigestion, Constipation,
Piles, and nil affections of the Kidneys of
Livei. \V. BORROWE, Agent,
52 Main St., rear ol Telegraph office,
aug2B-bm Los Angeles.
FURNITURE FORJHE MILLION!
H. NEWBAUER,
SPRING STREET,
Next door to the II erald Office,
Has constantly on hand un extensive slock ot
FURNITURE,
BEDDING AND
WINDOW-SHADES,
And everything in his line, which will be
sold cheaper than the cheapest.
myetf GIVE HIM A CALL. lunltF-5
Col. Geo. Deaver,
QAN BE FOUND AT HIS
SALOON.
On Commercial street, opposite the Depot,
where be Is always ready to smile With iiis
friends. [augLMf]
Call mid See Ilim.
LADIES' HAIB 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 nnd for
sale. No. 9 Spring streei, Ixis Angeles. Cal.
JOHN PURPURA'S
BARBER SHOP,
SPRING ST., NEXT DOOR TO
Noyes & Durfee's Auction store. Shav
ing, Hair-cutting and shampooing done in
the latest style of the art. French, Spanish
and Italian spoken. JlyB?tf—.l
O.W.PARKER,
Teacher ami Conductor of
VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Residence, No. «6 Spring St.
PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED.
All orders leit at the above rooms, or at
Brodrick's Book store, will receive prompt at
tention. augliOtf
PAGE & GRAVEL,
Successors to John Goller.
Carriage and Wagon
MANUFACTORY,
So*. S3, 35 am! 37 Imh Auuelcs street,
LOS ANOELES, Cal.
MANUFACTURE
Wagons and Vehicles of al!
kinds, of tbe BEST MATERIALS,
aud ou short notice.
A Complete Painting und Trimming Estab
lishment attached.
B-Sf Repairing neatly and promptly done.
■SkVrloes Moderate. All work warranted,
uinl-tf—s
J. G. JACKSON
Keeps all kinds of
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS,
DOORS, WINDOWS. BLINDS,
Posts, Shakes,
Plaster Paris,
CEMENT nnd HAUL
Corner of Alameda and First streets.
LOS ANOELES, CAL.
W. W. ROBINSON,
AGENT.
HeIBMMI'S team ready In yard to deliver or
ders, septftf
T. C. HWIOART. JOS. lIUHKH, JH,
SWICART & HUBER,
DEALERS IN
STOVES, TIN,
COPPER AND SHEET-IRON-WARE
AND '
CROCKERY WARE, GLASS.
Hardware and Wlllow-waro,
LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS
PLUMBINC AND CAS FITTING
Done to Order.
Sign of the Big Red Coffeo-Pot,
NO. 110 MAIN ST., : LO.? ANGELES.
Juu2ltf-0
FOR SALE.
A THIRTY-LIGHT Atmospheric Gas Ma
chine, new and In good woikmg older.—
Will be sold at less thuu cost.
S. C. FOY,
sepS-lm No. 17 Los Angeh s St.

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