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TUESDAY SEPT. 22, 1874. TERMS OFADVERTISING. ONF. DOLLAR per Square of tin lines, first Insertion, and twknty-kive cents per Square for each subsequent Insertion. POSTAL CHANGES. The following postal changes wpnt into op eration, July Ist, 1*71: All publications are free of postage to subscriber! in the county In which they are published. Hooks and pack ages of merchandise, to the weight of four pounds, can be sent by mail at the rate ol one cent for every two ounces or fraction over. Tied packages niiiy be entirely enclosed. Some portion of scaled packages most be Opened for inspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. Henry Shuart, a Prussian, was yes terday admitted to citizenship. There are telegrams at the office for H. L. Garfield and James A. Smith. Judge Lindley returned to the city last Sunday from San Francisco. The Senator will sail for San Fran cisco to-morrow. Passengers will leave the depot at 4 r. X, Remember the Good Templars social to-morrow night. It will be a most enjoyable affair. Lambert, alia* Edwards, convicted of manslaughter, was yesterdny sen tenced in the District Court to a term of five years to the State Prison. There will be a meeting: of the Di rectors of the Mutual Aid Association at the Secretary's office to-day at 1 V. M. Los Angeles Chapter No. 33, R. A. M., will hold'a special convocation on Wednesday evening, September 23d, at half-past seven o'clock for work. The attention of our readers is di rected to the advertisement of Page & Gravel's carriage manufactory, ap pearing this morning. Mr. G. B. Snnguineti will leave for San Francisco to-morrow,thence going to Italy, his native country. He will be abroad a year or more and contem plates an extended trip through Eu rope, Francisca Lared entered complaint before Justice Traftbrd yesterday against Manuela Johnson for assault and battery committed last Saturday. "If women will vote they ought to fight," and vice versa. Give them the ballot. Edward Mulles and another party facetiously termed John Doe, are in trouble. They stole a saddle, bridle and blanket all worth about $15, and now there is a gentleman looking around for a chance to read a paper to them. Thomas Watson was knocked down yesterday by a saloon-keep er on Los Angeles street, whose name he failed to report. Thomas had been imbibing quite freely) but he said he did not merit any such un complimentary treatment. Our Jewish citizens confmemorated the Day of Atonement yesterday. Their places of business were all closed from sunset on Sunday to the same time last evening. Services were held in the Synagogue from seven A. M, to to six p. jl, during which time as well as tbe remainder of the twenty-four hours the congaegation partook of neither food or drink. John Brown, the party convicted of stealing hides at Wilmington recently, was yesterday sentenced to three years in the State Prison. In due course of time he may there have an opportu nity of working up ltis stolen hides into shoes for honest people, and his soles will still go inarching on. A party consisting of Dr. Russell, Officer Hartlee.Mr. Foley of the HfiU ALD, Messrs. Brown, George Dakin, Wolf, Thompson and five or six others took a pasear and hunt in the vicinity of San Fernando leaving the city last Saturday and returning Sunday even ing. They report a jolly time and plenty of game. One gentleman killed forty-four quails anil another forty-eight, besides rabbits and other game. The Mountain View Petroleum Min ing Company held a meeting yester day at their office iv Downey Block and concluded to send East for ma chinery and commence operations on their claim near San Fernando as soon as possible. The company is composed of John G. Downey, I. W. Hellman, 0. W. Childs, J. S. Thomp son, S. F. Clark and John Dunn. In the hands of such men the success of the enterprise is already assured so far as capital, experience and enterprise go to make it. The great land sale comes off' at Downey City to-day. Some sixteen blocks will be offered at auc tion, in lots ranging from 86 to TO feet front, and also many beautiful resi dence lots from one and a half to two acres in size. The property is all de sirably located and in a few years will become very valuable. An excursion train will b*e run for the accommoda tion of those wishing to visit tlie place from Los Angeles. The train leaves the depot at 10:15 this morning aud re turns at 5:15 p. m. Fare for the round trip 50 cents. The funeral of Hannah Dickinson, que of fhe pupils in the Sisters' School, toqk place yesterday at 10 a. m. She was a general favorite in the school ftlld a gll'l Qf the most attractive per son and disposition, possessing as well, an intellect quick and versatile. She was about fifteen years of age, and of good family, her father having been United States Consul at Nicaragua for eight years. About three weeks ago she was taken with the measels, and after recovering from a severe siege relapsed into congestion of the heart And lungs, and died, last Satur day. The open-air and church services in E lglish and Chinese, held by the Rev. John Francis and his Chinese assist ant, Lee Key, at Temple Block, Chi nese town and Spring street Baptist Church last Sunday were well attend ed, and although the congregations at the out - door meetings represented .many nations, there was marked at tention and much interest manifested. The Baptist Church service was unus ually solemn and Impressive, closing with an appeal from the Pastor, Dr. Hobbs, of much warmth and earnest ness. The Doctor also gave notice that a conference meeting would lie held at his residence on Alameda street at 7J o'clock Wednesday eve ning next, to which all are cordially invited. WILMINGTON. WJMou Col lege The Colleen llimnliii:; House Tlie (.rounds 1 lie Sen lleach — Prospect!ve Knllrunil stu tlun. Editok Herald : Although our citizens have been made aware through the medium of the press of the establishment of "Wilson Col lege" at Wilmington, and ofthe mu nificent donation made by Hon. D, B. Wilson of buildings and grounds suit able for the purposes of both school and boarding-house, yet I think that comparatively little is known oi'tside of Wilmington of the many and excel lent facilities winch the management of the institution have provided for the mental and moral instruction and personal comfort of its pupils. Asthere has been much of "the labor of love" wrought into tho superstructure of this enterprise from its incipieney to the present, it should be the will and pleasure of the newspapers of the county to lend it a helping hand. Aware of the friendliness which the present management of the Hekald has manifested to the cause of educa tion, I visited Wilmington on Satur day last for the purpose of reporting to you what I might discover In and about Wilson College. I found, to begin with, buildings and grounds admirably adapted to the uses of a college and boarding-school. The location is about one and one-half miles north of the railroad depot and the bay, and about one-half mile west of the Los Angeles and Southern Pa cific Railroad. The grounds comprise five acres of rich sandy loam, espe cially adapted to the growth of trees and shrubbery, vegetables and flowers. Immediately in front of the college building and boarding-house, Col. Wilson has planted a five-acre park of Eucalyptus trees, which are now in their first year's growth and are from four to six feet high. The rapid growtli of this gum tree will soon pro vide a shady retreat that will be grate fully enjoyed by teachers and pupils, and*by resident's in the vicinity. In every* respect the locality is a healthy one, and the water used is soft and pure. The school building is a large and commodious two-story structure, and affords ample room tor at least one hundred and fifty pupils. The boarding-house, which is situated about one hundred yards from the col lege building, is a one-story cottage with an extensive corridor in front, a large hall, parlor, sitting-room, large dining-room, kitchen, and quite a number of large, airy sleeping-rooms, tastily furnished and with an air of comfort and cleanliness about them that isjentirely foreign to the board ing-house ofthe period. Tins depart ment, which is under the personal supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Buster, is well and properly managed, excellent and well cooked food is provided for the teachers and pupils, and a moral : and social status maintained that is all (lie most loving and jealous par ent could desire. Mr. ami Mrs. B. are Christian people who fully appreciate the responsibility of their position and whose chief ambition appears to be the welfare of the pupils and the pros perity of the school. Mr. B. is one of tlie Trustees of the College. The property belongs to the Metho dist Episcopal Church South, having been donated to the Los Angeles Con ference by Col. Wilson, on the sole condition that an endowment of $5,000 be raised by the Conference for the support of the school. The amount re quired has already been subscribed, and as soon as it is rightly endowed and in proper form, the deed of the property will be executed. The nec essary measures have been taken to have the college properly chartered as such. During the late vacation an entire change was effected in the manage ment and corps of teachers. The Rev. A. M. Campbell of this city, having been called to the Presidency. That gentleman's energy and perseverence in building up a flourishing church in this city and county, is guaranty enough that his efforts to make Wil son College a popular institution will be entirely successful. Mr. Campbell's assistants are Prof. S.E.Mannon,A,M., Prof. Edmund Lenz, Miss Baily, (teacher of primary department) and .Miss M. E. Binford, teacher of music and painting and drawing. The pres ent term has now been running about one month, and there are thirty-live pupils, (eighteen girls and seventeen boys,) in attendance. About fifteen more are expected this week or next, so that the roll for the term will be about fifty altogether. The accommo dations are ample for three times that number. Pupils of all grades are received at the school. The course of study at present is as follows: All common school studies; arithmetic, aigebra, geometry, geography, grammar, phil osophy, Latin, German, French and book-keeping. The rates of tuition are: Primary Department, per month, $3; Preparatory Department (English), §4; Preparatory Department (Classical),ss; Collegiate "Department (Irregular), $0; Collegiate Department (Regular), $7; Extras: Music (with use of piano, or gan or guiltar), §7; painting, 96; drawing, S5. For board and furnished room, both of which are really good, only S4 per week is charged—students being required to furnish their own light and fuel anil to get their washing done out. The institution has all the (juiet and seclusion of a convent, and is simply a plain and comfortable home, requiring but a small outlay to the pupil for maintenance, In a most healthy locality and entirely free from the vices and 'frivolties of cities and large towns. We understand that Mr. E. E. Hew itt, the gentlemanly Superintendent of the L. A. & S. P. R. R., who was for many years a resident of Wilming ton, has promised to give the College and those living near it tlie benefit of a side track and signal station as soon as practicable. This will enable vis itors and students from this city and other points on the road to reach the College grounds by an easy walk of a half mile. It is tlie intention of the managers of the College to put out trees and shrubbery and decorate and beautify tlie College grounds the coming Win ter, if the reveuuos of the institution will justify the necessary outlay. Mr. Campbell is rapidly gathering to gether a collection of books as the nucleus of a College library, and solic its donations from all who are disposed to contribute to that worthy object. He is also very desirous of collecting aud classifying some mineral speci mens, and will properly attend to all such as may be consigned to him at Wilmington or this city. Here is an opportunity for our miners and pros pectors to deposit their "discoveries for inspection." I was told by Col. Wilson and Mr. Shorb, both of whom, with their la | dies, I met in Miss Binford's music I room on Saturday evening, that witli |in three miles of the College is the I linest beach anywhere to to be found 'on the Pacific shore, and that beauti ful shells and rare and exquisite speci mens of sea moss are found in great quantities. An effort will soon be made to effect a lease or purchase of a portion of this sea frontage and plantout shade trees and erect bathing houses and cottages there. I was pre vented by high tide from making a personal inspection of this beach, but I shall do so on my next visit. It looks very much to me as though Wilmington has a splendid future. L. Los Angeles, Sept. 21st. S IT WORTH WHILE ? [The following earnest and tender poem Is taken from Juaquin Miller's new volume called -'.Songs of the Sun Lands," and is classed among those entitled "Palling f .eaves:" Is It worth while that we Jostle a brother Hearing his load ou the rough road of life? Is It worth while that we Jeer al each other In blackness of heart?—that we war to the knife. God pity us all In our pl'iful strife. t!od pUy us all as we Jostleeach other; God pardon us all for the triumphs we feel When a fellow goes down 'nouth bis loud on the leather, Pierced to the heart; words nre keener than steel, v And mghtier far for woe or for weal. Were It not well. In this brief little lonmey (in over the Isthmus, down into the tide, We give him a fish instead Of a serpent, Ere folding the hands to be and abide Forever and aye In dust at his side. Look at those roses saluting each other; Look at the herds all in peace on tbe plain, Man, anil man Only, makes war on his brottier, And laugh in his henrt at his peril and pain, Shamed by the baa-ds thut go down on the plain. Is it worth while that we ba'tle to humble Some poor lei low soldier down into the dust? Ood pity us all! Time soon will tumble All or us together, like leaves in a gust, Humbled indeed down into the dust. Mining. The miners in Dr. Winston's ledge on the San Gabriel, are to be rein forced. A number of hands with pro visions and tools were sent up yester day. Col. Taylor of Comstock notori ety is to superintend tlie work. This is a good indication, for with Col. Taylor's experience, no orninary show for a mine would induce him to put his time and talent upon it. We doubt if we have his superior in the State, as an educated, practical miner. We heve many practical minors, and a host of educated miners, but we seldom comfine the two in one man. Col. Taylor says the indications of Dr. Winston's mine, show in every particularso much like the Comstock that he has resolved to superintend its development—that there isenough in sight to guarantee it a valuable de posit, and we will be disappointed if it does not turn out to be one of im mense value. Postoffice Business. The following is a summary of the money order business in the Los An geles Postoffice for the week ending Sept. 19th: ISSUKI). Fifty domestic money orders, amounting to Sl.Uil 73 OneJ German international orders, 4t amounting to 21 80 Three British international orders, amounting to 101 CO Total tyjjpjK) 68 PAW, Twenty-nine domestic orders, am't lng lo 51.09S 26 Advices on hand of orders not yet presented foi' payment: Domestic 51,800 00 German 41") 00 liritish 10 00 82,22-=. 00 Oil. ~ The Refining Company's works will be in operation at San Fernando in a few days, refining by the chemical process. Tlie company have on hand obout three hundred barrels of petro leum. This will supply our market for a short time. Tbe Bareing Com pany is progressing witli favorable prospects for a grand success. All our mining prospects present a favorable aspect. Patents. The following is a list of patents granted and awaiting claimants at tlie U. S. Land Office: Cline, Jas T Minter, John S Coniapea, Juan Pico, Francisco Foss, David T L Pico, Pio, jr Graham, Patrick A St. Clair, A S Gilbert, Miguel Smith, Isaac W Libby, Benj F Sims, Osceola Libby, W T E Thompson, H N Libby, Wm H Weld, J A Vanmater, Abraham J. Deeds. EDITOR Hekald: Please stato in your paper that I am now ready to make deeds to all parties who have purchased land at San Fernando. The deeps will be ready in a day or two for delivery at Judge Bronson's office. C. Maclay. San Fernando, Sept. 20. Pacific Coast Items. (Juite a heavy frost fell at Scott's Valley last week. A Chinese theatre is being fitted up at Sacramento. The warehouses in the vicinity of Livermore are filled with wheat. Tho mail route between Anderson and Ukiah, Mendocino county, has been discontinued. Large quantities of lumber, shin gles and railroad ties are being shipped to Panamint. The State meeting of the Christian Church is in session at Healdsburg, and will continue in session all week. A postoffice has been established at La Boria, Santa Clara oounty, with N. B. Bonham as post-master. Contractor Loup has finished the construction of the bridge near Vaca ville, and the one on the Napa road. There are between three and four thousand tons of grain already stored in the warehouses at Pleasanton. The Santa Barbara Board of Super visors have purchased the remaining fractional portion of the Court House block for 54.500. The Napa Plow Company's works are running a full force and present a busy appearance. A small wharf litis been built for shipping. A coal mine litis lately been discov ered on a tract of land known as the Sobrante, situated on tlie Sau Pablo Creek, about four miles from San Pablo. The title to the land is iv liti gation. Miss Logan, tho Eastern dress maker, has removed to Los Angeles street, overSaml. Prager'sstore.' *ltv Splendid gents suits. Coat pants and vest, for $12, very heavy. Gents Satinet pants $2 00 and $2 50 at tlie Bazaar corjier 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 huy your goods at the Bazaar, corner of Main and Requena streets. Five spools of Coat's thread for 25 cts. Four papers American pins for 25 cts. Four pieces Worstead braid for 25 cts. At the BazaaS, corner of Main nud Reque na slreets. * For a fine article of Spectacles and Nose Glasses. C. H. BUSH can suit you. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For City Treasurer. 11. FLEISHMAN announce* himself as a candidate for City Tkeasukkr at the ensu ing election. IP or Oity Treasurer. 1,. J. WARD announces himself as a can didate for city Treasurer at tbe ensuing elect lorn «fP"* For Mayor. At the request or many citizens, the under signed announces himself a candidate ior Mayor, at the net Municipal election. F. SABICHI. Los Angeles, Sep. I.sth, 1871. Special Notices. John Purpura's Barber Shop on Spring street, opposite the Herald office Is In creasing In popularity daily. The shop is wel 1 furnished and kept in apple-pie order, and the three first-class workmen are constantly on hand to attend the wants of patrons. For polite treatment, first-class work und satisfac tion genera II v in the tonsorlal line, call on Purpura. 5e1,20 " 5t All travelers and miners will do well to get their Boots and Shoes made at the Los Angeles Boot and Shoe Factory of A.S. McDonald,.No. 104 Main street. Call and see for yourselves. Ten yards brown factory lor 81. Eight yards extra heavy 4-1 lactory for SI. Ten vnrds do do HO inch for SI. Four spools Brook's thread tor 23 cts. At the BAZAAR, cornerof Main and Reque na street.-, opposite the U. 8. Hotel. Four pair seamless hose for SI. Three pair diamond toed Shaker socks for 81 Oft .... , . At Isaac Norton & Co.'s, cornerof Main and Requena streets, opposite C. S. Hotel " Agency Imperial of London and Queen of Liverpool; capital,SlB.f/H),oi'o. North ern of London, capital, B:S,(HMJ.(HJ<J; and Hart ford of Hartford, capital, $:i,UOO,uOO. Otilce : Room No. S Downey Block. „ rTX . JOHN OARLIN, Agent. sep.Vtf na- The tide of Immigration is steadily sot ting In, and the first thing eastern people do is to throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of DesmoNO. They say there Is no comparison between the two. '2Vjo Agency Liverpool and London and (ilobe Insurance Company. Assets, $21,000, -000. Agency State Investment Insurance Company, Fire and Marine. A.-sets, S*»,00", at Brodrick's Book Store, near the Postollice. 2)-j Go to the Fashionable Tailor, Filz patrick, when you want a fine suit of clothe-. It' you desire recommendation, ask any of his numerous customers, anil you will be told that" Fitz." always does his work well giving line work, good material and reasona ble prices. Do yon want a stylish and neat-fit' ting Boot or Shoe, then call at once on Wm. Shiney's Cosmopolitan Boot and Shoe Store, for he receives by every steamer the latest and best styles, and he sells them at such low prices, that you can't help buying. Cus tom work a specialty. He has engaged some of the best workmen that could be found in San Francisco, and he guarantees to give his customers all hand made boots and perfect tit at the same price that you pay for machine made hoots. Call and examine his samples and see for yourself, at 100 Main street, oppo site Wells, Fargo & Co.'s. Sign of the Big Blue 8001. * Rogers Bro. Celebrated Silver Plated Ware at C. H. BUSH'S. EL DORADO STORE. A.. CL CHALVIN, Whole- lie nnd Relail Dealer In Choice Family Groceries, Country Produce, Wines, Liquors and Tobacco. "TO Mil in St., Low Ai-tjrelefs. auE2-:tf Bring in your Watches & Clocks, that all others have failed to make run. C. H. BUSH. EXTENSIVE REAL ESTATE SALE BY AUCTION. DOWNEY LAND ASSOCIATION, DOWNEY CITY. Some Sixteen Blocks will be offered In lots ranging In size of Irom 26 feet to 70 feet Front. Also, many beautiful RESIDENCE LOTH from one half acre to two acres In size. There is note town in Ihe vicinity of Los Angeles thai, ha- grown with the rapidity or Downey City, and with so many permanent improvements. The Hall ofthe Odd Fellows and Masons's a magnificent buildlng.and la now completed. There are also three Stores, a Market House, and an immense Wan; House capable or stor ing many millions bushels ol grain, sixty Dwelling houses, and many more Iv process of erection. Messrs. NOYES & DURFEE re tho Auctioneers selected to make the sale. A mnp ofthe town can bo seen at their offlee, corner of Temple Block aud Spring St. MR. M. D. CRAWFORD, the Agent for the Association, resides at Downey City, and can lie found at all times ofthe day, superintend ing the erection «f the New and Elegant Hotel, which will be one of the most pleasant and comfortable suburban Hotels in the county. The sale will take place at Downey City, on TUESDAY, September 22d, 1874. An Excursion Train will bo runout forthe accommodation of purchaser-. M. D. CRAWFORD, Agent for Association. NOYES & DURFEE, Auctioneers. eepOtd NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the As sessment* for constructing the Main street sewer are now due. Parties interested are requested to come to the Marshal's ollice und settle at once, or payment will be enforced according to law. R.J. WOLF. Marshal. sopl9-10d By B. F. Hartlee. Deputy. MISCELLANEOUS. SOMETHING NEW IN LOS ANGELES. I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY friends ami the public generally, that I have engaged one of the very best WATCHMAKERS 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 hand, 25,000 assoilco articles, for sale cheap, at C. lIH OMMIA N. CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STS. No. SO. myBm— 2 GRIFFITH, LYNCH & CO. LUMBER DEALERS, CORNER OF Alameda and Eirnt Sts., DEALERS IN Surfaced Lumber at $42 50 per M ft. Merchantable Lumber 32 50 " " " Flooring at - - - 42 50 " " " They constantly keep on hand DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, POSTS. SHINGLES, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC., ETC ap2B-tt—s FOR FIVE CENTS. LAGER BEER SALOON. "\I — E HAVE purchased the Saloon former \\ ly kept by CHARLES HAGAN. On Commercial Street, And will hereafter retail a good quality of Los Angeles ZL3 _tU _fc_j _bO AT TIIE LOW PRICE OF FIVE CENTSJ>ER GLASS. A GOOD STOCK OK 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, and now have one of the most complete stocks to be found In the city, comprising CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINCS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &.C., &.C., &C, &.C., Of Foreign and Domestic manufacture. A Tailoring Establishment Is connected with the store, where customers can have their goods made up in the laslest style and at the most, reasonable prices. Call and oxnmine the stock for yourself. PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER. sepi-tf It. J. WOLF, THOS, CiATES. WOLF & GATES' SALOON, MAIS STRKKT, opposite Commercial. None but the Purest and Best Wines & Liquors Kept at this house. Roth Imported and Domestic Brands are selected with care. A superb lunch Is served every day, and all thi' principal news papers may be found in the reading rooms. sepistf Call on C. H. BUSH when you want to buy a Scth Thomas Clock. T.. ! . riSRKK. 1.. #. THATCHER. T II E Great Jewelry Hrnise OF FISHER^ FORMERLY E. E. FISHER & CO. 07 H Al\ si I.os Augelea, Cal. Manufacture. Repair and Sell Everything In Ihelr line, at Manufacturer's Prices. sepStf DUPUY & SHORT, GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 14.'i >lAIIV STREET, Next door to the Pioneer Stable. SALE AT AUCTION Saturday, September 12, 1874. DUPUY & SHORT Will sell several Horses, Top & Open Buggies & Harness Sale at 10 o'clock A. M. ■epiatf notice"." "VTOTICE Is hereby glveu, thut Pedro Bel- Hard will apply to tbe Common Council at its session of September 'Jiih, 1874, fur a Quit-claim deed to the lollowing described lot or parcel of land: Commencing at the N X corner of San Pedro and Washington streets and running mag netic courses, var IM E S 7tiV 4 » E along the North line of said Washington street 17:1)1 chs to a willow fence in the West line ol the land ofC. Vessa; thenc i along said willow fence N 111-' E I6:tl0 ehs to a willow fence iv the smith i nn' nit he land of Thos. Delano; thence along said fence N 75" W IMB chs to tho E line of Sun l'edro street; thence along said line S 15" W 16:08 clisto the place of beginning, contain ing about 'IV aort s. Any person objecting to tho granting of the above petition, must tile his obiection at least one day prior to the said meeting ofthe Com mon Council. M. KREMER, sepl9!d Clerk of Com. Council. MISCELLANEOUS. FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, (Successors to Dotter & 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 OROVER Sc HAKKH ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, And would beg leave to call attention to the fact that FOUR New and Distinct and Important Improvements have heen added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 86 LOS ANGELES, jlyl Sign of the Bier Red Chair. tflO NOTICE TO TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS! ON AND AFTER JULY .IST, 1874, i he undersigned establish a " ' "" '"" —■ LINE OF STACES 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 will Leave Spadra every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, On the arrival of the 3::>0 p. m. train from Los Angeles, carrying the V. S. Mail and Express for Rincon, Chino, River.-ide and San Bernar dino. Returning will Leave San Bernardino every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday. At 8 o'clock A. M., connecting with Southern Pacific Railroad at Spadra for Lor Angeles. Running time and Fare the same as by the Cueamongo route. This route, avoiding the Desert, tuns along the valley of the Santa Ana river and through the well-known colony at Riverside. H. W. ROBINSON, Proprietor. Jun26tf— 8 MONEY TO LOAN - AT — ONE PER CENT. PER MONTH!! - IN SUMS OF - $2,500 to $50,000, — BY TIIE — Savings Union of San Francisco! Iv the ordinary mode. By the SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, on tbe instalment plan. The expense of obtaining money from these 1 istltutions, including surveyor', report and examination of title will be one and one-half percent, on all amounts under $10,000. For all above that, such us can be agieed upon wilh the boirower. Applications received by W. H. BROOKS, sepl-lm No. 8 Downey Block. TO THE PUBLIC. The Newly Established Store of Peter Luniiey, Offers for sale a splendid assortment of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS CIUARN, TOBAI'tO, Ktc., Kte„ At tlie lowest market prices. He respectfully solicits a share of the publh potronage. Good* delivered free to all parts of tbe city. PETER LUNNEY, 22ftf-2% 117 nud 119 Main nt. J. L. Ward & CoTT 43 MAIN STREET, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AGENTS KEPHESENTINO London Assurance Corporation, Aaaeta, gia.ooo.oon. /Etna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Aaaeta, f6,000.000. Union Ins. Co., of San Francisco . Aaaeta, 91,000,000. Policies are written by us in above com 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 23-1 m — anted TO PURCHASE J. L. WARD A CO 4S Main street. aug3Stf _ SAMUEL NORTON Has Just returned from the Ea»t with a lurge stock of O O O 1> H I of all kinds and qualities, I He will sell yon W yards uj Calico for 1 O.N LC DOLLAR. No. 1 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles street, (Caswell A Ellis' old stand.) aug3o-liu MISCELLANEOUS. LOS ANGELES AGENCY. A Most Valuable Discovery! The Babcock Fife Extinguisher. The Best Protection Against FIRE, and tbe Most Efficient and Sure Destroyer of the "Scale Busr." The chemicals used d» not Injure fhe bark or fruit, and two or three applications Kill cleanse the worst affected tree*. The ordinary charge Is Certain Death to SQUIRRELS. ANTS AC. The certificate, of Mr. J. De Bartb hhorb, Col. E. J. C. Kevin, and other gentlemen, can be seen at the otlice or the Agent. auf.uk y for DIEBOLD NORRIB & Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, Combi nation Locks and Vault Door, The best and most reli able Safes In the market. WEAVER & TAYLOR'S Celebrated Carbolized Rubber Hose. This Hose will be furnished in all slse, and in such length as may be required, at San Francisco Prices. Crofutt s Life Protectors, Rubber and Leather Buckets Ac, &c. SOLE AUEM'f FOB THE Safety Inkstand, Hurricane Cigar Light ers, Burglar Alarms. — ALSO THE — Vernon Mineral Water, A sure cure for Indication, Constipation, Plies, and all affections of the Ktdnevs or Livei. W. BORROWE, Agent, 58 Main St., rear of Telegraph office, aug2B-tim Los Angeles. FURNITURE FOR THE MILLION! H. NEWBAUER, SPRING STREET. Next door to the Hekald Office, Has constantly on hand an extensive stock of FURNITURE, BEDDING AND WINDOW-SHADES, And everything in his line, which will be sold cheaper than the cheapest. my6tf GIVE HIM A CALL. lunltf—s New Furniture Store!! Herberger & Johannsen, UPHOLSTERERS AND Cabinet Makers (U. S. HOTEL BUILDING), Requena St., Los Angeles, Call attention to their New Furniture and Up holstery Establishment. Furniture of every description manufactured on the premises. Mr. C. Herberger being a practical Uphols terer and Mr. .Johannsen a thoroughly prac tical Cabinetmaker, the firm offer advantages to purchasers afforded by no other house. New and Fashionable Styles of Parlor, Bedroom, Dining and Kitch en Furniture always on hand. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING Attended to promptly. Satisfaction guaran teed, agietf LOOKTO YOUR FIRE! GREAT REDUCTIUN - IN - O O T-ll From $24 to $18, $20 and $22, According to quality, per ton, at I. B. FERGUSON'S (Agent) COAL YARD, Corner of Spring and Court streets, i.os ANOKI.Ks, cai.. seps THOROUCHBRED __ MERINO RAMS! - FROM - ADDISON COUNTY, VERMONT. I have twenty ofthe above tJLCLICUIt A'X'ILU RAMS, Twelve of which are FOR SALK. SIMON LEVY, aug2B!f No. SI Aliso street. Col. Ceo. Deaver, QAN BE FOUND AT HIS SALOON, On Commercial street, opposite the Depot, where he Is always ready to smile with his friends. [augLMfj Cull unci See Him. LADIES' lIA IE DRESSING ESTABLISHMENT. CAROLINE C. BURTON. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN ALL styles. Braids, Curls and Waterfalls made at the shortest notice. Tangled hair straightened aud made into any shape. Per umes of the finest quality on hand and for sale. No. » Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. . JOHN PURPURA'S BARBER SHOP, SPRING ST., NEXT DOOR TO Noyes & DuriVe's Auction Store. Shav ing, Halr-cutUng and Shampooing done In the latest style of the art. French, Spanish and Italian spoken. JlySS?tf-J O.W. PARKER, Teacher and Conductor of VOCAL aud INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Residence, No. OS Spring St. PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REPAIRED. All orders left at the above room,, or at Brodrick's Book store, will receive prompt at tention. augSOti