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Wilmington, Jan. .">, 1H74.
Editor Herald: The harlior ques
tioa has been quite thorouirhly dis
cussed, and yet there may be room
tor a word or two more. There is no
difference of opinion as to the neces
sity of bringing ship and rail together,
hut the people are divided in opinion,
as to the quickest and most economical
mode of doing it. The engineers are
confident that the dredging of a chan
nel through the bar is entirely practi
cable, and as it is a work which they
have been commissioned to do, it is
their intention to perform it, as soon
as the rough weather is over. The
building of the breakwater was merely
preparatory to this, and unless it is
done, all the money and time spent on
the breakwater go for nothing. The
dredging of the channel is affirmed to
be not only practicable, but necessary.
Tf the railroad were extended to San
Pedro, and a wharf built out to deep
water, ships would have no harbor,
but only an open roadstead, exposed,
as they now are, to all the storms and
swells of .the ocean. In very rough
weather thay could not lay alongside
the pier and discharge their cargoes but
would be subject to vexatious de
lays. Inside the bar Is a deep and spa
cious harbor, where ships may float in
safety, and discharge their cargoes at
any time; for the water is always calm
and free from ocean swells. Now,
after ships have crossed the bar, and
wittered the harbor, it is evidently the
part of wisdom for them to appaoach
as near to "Wilmington as possible.
How near they can approach is the
question. The cnpttiln of the Mohongo
has often stated, that if allowed to do
so, he could, even now, cross the bar
at high tide, and place his ship along
side the wharf at Wilmington. It is
admitted that the water at the present
wharf is too shallow for large vessels,
and sometimes at low tide, the ground
is almost bare. Much misapprehen
sion has arisen from this fact. Only a
few hundred feet down the channel, at
a point opposite the quartermaster's
building's, the water is seven feet deep
at low tide, a depth sufficient for ves
sels of a tonnage large enough to do all
the carrying trade between San Fran
cisco and Wilmington. The Wilming
ton Vharf could easily be extended to
the point mentioned, and if it is not
done, private parties will construct a
wharf from the quartermaster's build
ings to a point in the channel opposite.
They are now nearly ready to com
mence the work and will be certain to
have it completed by the time the
channel is dredged through the liar.
There will be no failure. Capitalists
have taken the work in hand, and be
fore many months roll away, opposi
tion steamers will discharge their car
goes on the new wharf In Wilmington.
The figures about the depth of water
in the channel and on the bar, which
I gave in a former letter, were ob
tained from the pilot who has navi
gated the channel for many years, and
who has perfect faith that the channel,
though crooked in some places, can
yet be navigated by vessels of 1,000
tons, to the point mentioned, when
the haf shall have been dredged. ('.
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
Jones, the former agent for the
Flathead Indians In Washington Ter
ritory, has been arrested on a charge
of misapplication of annuity goods
An idea of the trade be] formed
from the fact that since September
85th, a period of seventy days, one firm
has dispatched to different sections of
Arizona 1,447,190 pounds of freight.
The total cost of fences in California
Is $29,000,000. The annual cost of tho
same, including repairs and interest,
The experiment of raising cotton is
being tried in various portions of the
State, and with the most gratifying
A small propeller, the Emerald Isle,
only forty-five feet in length, running
on Lake'Tahoe, is the fastest boat of
her size in the United States. She
makes fifteen miles an hour.
In Greeley; Colorado, lands which
were comparatively' worthless before
the Introduction of irrigation, now
bring from $20 to $100 per acre If
irrigation will do that m Colorado,
why will it not do as much and more
George Wilkes, of the New York
Spirit, has sued John F. Chamberlain
the owner of True Blue, and who was
in California recently, for libel, and
the latter iusists there has been no
libel, a id that Wilkes is a forger and
a bad man generally.
There Is no longer complaint of a
scarcity of water in Carson river. The
late thaw has sent floods of water pour
ing Into that stream from hill, vale
and mountain gorge. All the mills
are in full blast and their stamps out
roar the combined waters.
The White Pine (Nev.) News has
been shown very rich samples of ore
from the Indian mine, situated in Sho
shone District, about 150 miles from
Hamilton, which assay up to the thou
sands. The ledge is represented as ex
tending a distance of a mile and a half,
allowing rich croppings all the way.
An incline has been Bunk at one point
to the depth of forty-five feet, all the
way in ore.
The bard times in Pioche (Nev.)
have had a depressing effect upon the
local columns of the Record. It is
said that one pawnbroker there holds
over 2,000 revolvers and bowie-knives,
deposited witli him by impecunious
fighters as collateral security. When
times brighten up and those pleasant
little item-makers are redeemed, the
readers of the Record will smile again.
California will this year prodnce over
12,000,000 gallons of wine valued at
$3,500,000, 2,000,000 pounds of grapes
for table use, and 250,000 pounds of
raisins. Forty thousand acres are de
voted in California to the cultivation
of the grape crop, audit is estimated
that $,000,000 acres of land in the
State are especially adapted to grape
Los Angeles Daily Herald
Of One Hundred und Ten
Celebrated Artists !
rpHE WHOLE FORM TNG A COL
-1 lection ol talent seldom ottered l>y Public
Auction. Among this superb collection will
be toll nd (Jems from the Easels of
H. Hin, \v. Walthern,
Hohenhouse, M. Ourdy,
W. Parker, A. Melron,
(i. roster, Kml le Hurolze,
Cusaller, 11. Kneutzer,
11. Yenning, John J. Zang,
W. Wilson, W. C. A. Frerlchs,
And others of equal eminence: the whole
forming a Splendid Galery or Itself. The at
tention of connoiseurs and lovers of Finn Ar»
Is particularly ended to this Sale, which will
take place at the
NEW STORE OF MR. HAMILTON.
ion SPRING STHF.ET, Opp. P. O.j
Thursday & Friday. Jan. Bth & 9th.
At 10 A. M. Each Day.
The Painting* will be on Exhibition on
Monday, January ftth, and until the day of
sale. Catalogues may be had at the Hall.
WHALE POSITIVE. Terms, Cash, In l.\ S.
E. W. NOV US.
JO ACRES FOR SA LE—tront
*J log on Washington, \'e|ar and
Wolfskin streets, 400 yards from the Wash
ington Gardens, and half a mile from the
Court House, highly Improved, with Vine
yard, Orrehard, and Seini-Troplcal trees,
Pencil. Apple, Apricot, Pomegranate,
Flgrn, Walnut. Orange, Etc.
All in full bearing, ami Is undoubtedly the
best bargain ever ottered within the City
limits. It is copiously watered by No. 3 and 4
zanjas. It has ulso a Voting Orange Grove of
liacres and a Seml-Tropical Nursery. The
young grove Is 4 years old. It is a home now
established, paying One and a Half per Cent,
on the Price Asked, For further particulars
and terms apply to Haw Otlice No. 55, Temple
Hlock. Title perfect. de3o-Hn
Prospectus for 1874. Seventh Year.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal; uni
versally admitted to be handsomest
Periodical in the World. A
Representative and Chamji
ion of American Taste.
NOT Foil BALK t.N NEWS OR BOOK STOKKS.
THE ALDINE, while Issued with all the
regularity, has none of the temporary or time
ly interest characteristic of ordinary periodi
cals. It Is an elegant miscellany ofpure, light
and graceful literature ; and a collection of
pictures, the rarest specimens of artistic skill,
in black and white. Although each succeed
ing number affords a fresh pleasure to Its
friends, the real value and beauty of The Al
dlne will be most appreciated after it lias been
bound up at tho close of the year. While oth
er publications may claim superior cheapness,
as compared with rivals ofaslmllarclass,The
Aldlne is a unique and original conception
alone and unapprouched—absolutely without
competition in price or character. The posses
sor of a complete volume cannot duplicate the
quantity of tine paper and engravings in any
other shape or number of volumes for ten
times Its cost; and then, there are chronios,
Art Department. I*7 i.
The Illustrations of Tiie Aldlne have won a
world-wide reputation, and In the urt-centers
of Europe it is an admitted fact that its wood
cuts are examples of the highest perfection
ever attained. The common prejudice in
favor of "steel-plates,"is rapidly yielding to a
more educated and discriminating taste which
recognizes the advantages of superior artistic
quality with greater facility of production.
The wood cuts of The Aldine possess all the
delicacy and elaborate finish of the most cost
ly steel plate, while they afford v better ren
dering of the artist's orlgnal.
To fully realize the wonderful work which
The Aldine is doing for the cause of art-cul
ture in America, It is only necessary to con
sider the cost to the people of any other decent
representations of the productions of greal
In addition to designs by the members of'
the National Academy, and other noted
American nrtlsts. The Aldine will produce
examples of the best foreign masters, select
ed with a view to the highest artistic success
and greatest general interests. Thus the
subscriber to The Aldine will, at a trifling
cost, enjoy in his own home the pleasures and
refilling influences of true art.
The quarterly tinted plates for 1K74 will be
by Thomas Moran and J. D. Woodward.
The Christmas Issue for 1874 will contain
special designs appropriate* to the season, by
our best artists, and will surpass In attractions
any of Its predecessors.
Premium lor 1H74.
F.vry subscriber to The Aldine for the year
1874 wil l receive a pair of chromos. The origi
nal pictures were painted In oil for the publish
er of The Aldine, by Thomas Moran, whose
great Colorado picture was purchased by Con
gress for ten thousand dollars. The subjects
were chosen to represent "The Fast" and
"The West." One Is a view In The White
Mountains, New Hampshire; the other gives
The Cliffs ofi Green River, Wyoming Terri
tory. The difference In the nature of the
scenes themselves is a pleasingcontrastjand
affords a good display ot the artist's scope and
coloring. The chromos arc each worked from
thirty distinct plates, nnd are in size (18x16)
and appearance exact fac similes of the origi
nals. The presentation of a worthy example
of America's greatest landscape painter to the
subscribers of The Aldine was a bold butpecu
llarly happy idea, and its sucessful realiza
tion Is attested by the following testimonial
over the signature of Mr. Moran himself.
Newark, N. J., Sept. 20th, 1873
Messrs. James Sutton & Co.
Gknti.kmen,—'l am delighted with the
proofs In color of your chromos. They are
wonderfully successful representations by
mechanical process of the original paintings
Very respectfully, THOMAS MORAN.
The chroms are In every senso American.
They are by an orlgnal American process,
with material of American manufacture,
from designs of American scenery, by an
American artist, and presented to subscri
bers of the first successful American Art
Journal. If no better because of all this, they
will certainly possess an interest no foreign
production can inspire, and neither are they
any the worse If by reason of peoilar facili
ties of production, they cost trie publishers
only a trifle, while oqual in every - respect to
other chromos that are sold singly for double
the subscription price of The Aldine. Persons
of taste will prljse these pictures for them
selves—not for the price they did or did not
cost, and will appreciate the enterprise ttiat
renders their distribution possible.
If any subscriber should Indicate a pref
erence fir a figure subjeot.the publishers will
send "Thoughts of Home," a new and beauti
ful chromo, 14x20 Inches representing a little
Italian exile whose speaking eyes betray th«
longings of his heart.
$sper annum, in advance, with oil chromos
free. ForSOCeuta Extra, the chromos will
be sent, mounted, varnished, and prepared by
The Aldine will, hereafter be' obtainable
only by subscription. There will be no re
duced or club rate; cash lor subscriptions
must be sent to the publisher direct, or to the
local canvasser, without responsibility to the
publishers, except In eases where the certifi
cate Isglven, benrlng the facsimile signature
of James Sutton A Co.
fan vawtcru Wanted,
Any person wishing to net permanently as a
local canvasser will receive full und prompt
Information by applying to
Jam** NuHon A Co.. Publisher*,
dec.2B 5K Maiden Lane, New York.
Guitar and Singing.
pROFESSOR It 8. AREVALO
has returned to this city, and will resume
Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes
Apply atIBRODRICK'S Book and Music
LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4. 1874.
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FARMERS & MERCHANTS
B A 3i X
OF LOB ANGKLKS.
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I. \V. HELLMAN CASHIEH
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Buys and sells Legal Tenders, Oovernment,
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the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion.
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left as term deposits, interest will be allowed,
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEV
ENTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES.
MARY JANE HORN, Plaintiff, vs. HENRY
Action brought in the District Court of the
Seventeenth Judicial District of the State ot
California, in anil for the County of Los An
geles, nnd the complaint tiled in said County
of Los Angeles, in the ollice of the Clerk of said
The People of the Slate of California send
greeting to HENRY BLUME, Detendant.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO AP
pear in an action brought against you by
the above named plaintiff, in the District
Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of
tbe State of California, in and (br the County
of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint
filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the
day of service) after the service on you of this
Summons—if served within this county; or, if
served out of this county, but ln this district,
within twenty days; otherwise, within forty
days—or judgment by default will be taken
against you, according to the prayer of said
The said action is brought to obtain a decree
of this Court adjudging that you be forever
barred from all claim to any estate of Inherit
ance or freehold ln the following described
premises, or any part thereof, to wit: Situated
In the City and County of Los Angeles, State
of California, and known as Lot No. 2, on a
plat of survey made by George Hansen, ap
proved by the Common' Council of the City of
Los Angeles, A. D. 1856, containing ten acres
of land, more or less, fronting on the street
leading to the Arroyo Seco, four chains eighty
seven links, und the same width to the river.
And you are hereby not itied that If you fail to
appearand answer the said com plaint,as above
required, the said plaintiff will cause your de
fault to be entered, and will apply to tbe (lourtr
for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal
of the District Court of the Seventeenth
Judicial District of the State of Califor
[L. s,] nia, in and for the County of Los An
geles, this fifteenth day of December,
ln the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-three.
A. \V. POTTS, Clerk.
By c. w. Gould, Deputy Cleric.
S.C. HI'BBELL, Pl'fTs Att'y,
dec 19-2 in Los Angeles.
The Santa Barbara Press
An Independent Newspaper,
to the Interoatn of Houlh
J. A. JOHNSON, Editor sud Proprietor.
AS THE CHARMING CHARAC-'
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especially that most favored section called
Santa Barbara, becomes known to the world,
it is not surprising that a widespread ami
growing interest in tills region should be
awakened. It Is theconstant aim of the Press
to furnish perfectly reliable Information on al
tiolnts of Interest to tourists, invalids and
lome-seekers, which we are now able to .do
witli greatly increased facilities.
While tlie PRESS seeks to promote the
prosperity of all Southern California by al) L
gltlmate and honorable methods, It is more
directly Interested Intlie growth and coming
greatness ot Santa Ilarbara. The unequaled
loveliness of the climate, its almost Incredible
healthfulness. the beauty of the scenery, th
wondrous variety and fertility of the 1011, th
almost unlimited range of products whie
flourish there without irrigation, will b
known from time to time by facts which can
not be controverted, In the columns of the
PRESS. Any intelligent person can become
familiar with this part of the State by reading
tho PRESS for a year.
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BARA PRESS Is the leading Journal of South
ern California, and has a much larger circu
lation than any other newspapor In that sec
tion; being more chiefly road by the more
thrifty families, nnd hence its advantages to
advertisers are obvious. nov2otf
A GENTLEMAN LATELY FROM
tho east Is desirous of making an ar
rangement with some one ln or near the city,
engaged In the oultivntion of semi-tropical und
other fruits, for the uurpose of gaining a prac
tical knowledge of fruit raising. Am not
afraid of work,and will devote my whole time
and attention to the business. Good references
Address, stating where an '-iterview may be
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OYSTERS— FRESH BY (P&JQ
steamer, will be served up m J
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(Combined assets exceed 914.000.000)
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H. S.CROCKER & CO.
X PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
•10l nnd lo:> Sansouie Street,
TBI MOST COMPLETE
Book and Job Printing Establishment
ON THE PACIFIC COAST,
Orders from the country promptly filled.
Importers and dealers In
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Stationery, lilnnlc I tonic*.
Legal, Letter and Note Panor. Envelopes of
every description, Writing and
Copying Inks, Copying Press
es and Books, Pencils,
Pens, Etc., Etc.
AS FELL AND COMPLETE AN ASSORT
MENT AS KEPT BY ANY HOUSE
IN THE STATE.
401 & 4 33Sansome St., San Francisco.
K«M 42 and 44 .1 street, Sacramento,
HELLMAN, HAAS & CO.
AND COMM.SSION MERCHANTS.
HAVE FOR SALE
THE PUREST GROCERIES,
THE BEST PROVISIONS,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Of the choicest Imported Brands.
Paints, Oils, Doors, Sashes,
BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
14 and 16 Los Angeles and Commercial Sts.,
BOdl LOS ANGELES. [lin-tp
V 7 General dealer In nil kinds of COUN
Hides, Cram and Wool.
Makes advances on Consignments to all
parts of the I'nlted States. Nos. 24 and 3t
Allso St.. LOS ANGELES. ocs-]yip
Everybody knows the old Man
BANK EXCHANGE BILLIARD
SALOON, run by F. SIGNORET.
Customers received by the old man himself,
who has been in attendance since IHIH. He
welcomes nil his old customers nnd plenses
the new ones.
The BEST BARBER SHOP In tho city Is
with this establishment. Clean towels, care
ful employees, noo-lm
AMATIIESIUS HAS MADE AR
• rangements with Mr. O'Donnel, the
proprietor of the Los Angeles Foundry on
Allso street to conduct the Machine Shop
which Is connected with the Foundry, and Is
prepared to fit up all kinds of machinery with
dispatch, and on reasonable terms. del"-tf.
Done ntthe cheapest rates at the Herald
P. N. ROTH & CO.,
Agents for the Celebrated Brand
Keeps all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles, Laths,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
CEMENT >VIV1) HAIR.
Alameda and First Streets.
Xext Door to Sej os A- Oaten.
AND OPPOSITE THE HERALD
Office. Clean Towels kept on hand.
Gents'clothing cleaned and repaired. Cash
or work paid for cast oil' olothlng. dc2-liu
LOS ANGELES SODA WORKS,
No. 1.1 ALISO STREET.
HENRY' W. STOLE, Proprietor.
Supplies Bar Rooms und private fami
lies with the purest and best
NO»A AND NAKNAPABIIXA,
Delivered to any part of the city. ino2-lm
Eight Mile House.
MRS. DONALDSON, OF THE
Eight Mile House, Cowango Pass, an
nounces that she will receive a few gentlemen
Io board. No pains will be spared to add to
their comforts, with facilities for going and
coming from the city. ncSl-tf .
F. M. CONROY,
ACCOUNTANT AND COLLECT
ING AGENT. Office—Room No. 8. Tem
ple Block, Ixis Angeles. Book-keeping by the
day, week or month. Collections made ln
the cltv ana c . deTtf
DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE-No. 14 Downey's Block, up-stalrs.
DR. A. tNORB,
OFFICE-N.'nrlv opposite the Post Office.
RESIDENCE- WO. IS Franklin street.
DRThIrsToR M E,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Tn Lanfranco's
Building, No. 74 Main street, .
Office Hours from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.,and
from 2 to 3 P. M. oe'Kf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Helnsch's
Block, Commercial and Los Angeles streets.
Bte-Rpecinl nttentlon paid to diseases of the
EYE AND EAR. oc2-tf
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street,
opposite the Mayor's Office. oc2-lptf
DR. J. M. JANCSO,
OFFICE IN THE U. S. HOTEL
BUILDING, opposite the Court House,
NO. 100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
BirSpecinl attention to Diseases of Ohlldren.
D. M. BROWN, M. D..
and Homceopathic Physician,
Office and Residence 149 Main Nt.,
Opposite the Kxehange Livery and Feed
L. TERRY, M. D.,
Office at his Drug Store under Lafayette
Hotel, Los Angeles, Cal,
»«r Consultation Free. dec23-tf
DR. A. LOEBEU
SURGEON AND CHIROPODIST.
Corns and bunions extracted without
using knlfo, llles or medicine, and with
out causing puln. Cures Ingrowing nails,
warts, moles, freckles, etc. Treats scientifi
cally and successfully all kinds of sores of
longstanding. Charges moderate and satis
faction guaranteed. Orders sent through the
Los Angeles postofflce, or Wells, Fargo <lr Co.,
attended to with dispatch. nov7-tf
WM. 11. .1. BROOKS,
Searcher of Records for Los Angeles,
Room 10 Downey Block,
Or. at Recorder's office, Los Angeles.
HENRY T. HAZARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, UAL.
BUT"Special attention given to business In
the United States Land Office, oc2-tf
J. R. M CONNKLL. A.J. KINO.
McCONNELL & KING,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Downey's Block, Mnln St., Los Angeles.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offick—Rooms 28 nnd St, Temple's new
building, Los Angeles. colKtf
A. GL.ASSKLL, G. 11. SMITH.
A. 11. CUAP.MAN. 11. M.SMITH.
GLASSELL. CHAPMAN &SMITH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalrs, Los
Angeles, California. oc2-tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE—No. 1H Downey Block Los Angeles.
CIIAKLRS LINDI.KY. J. S. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY & THOMPSON,
A TTORNEYB AT LAW,
OFFICE-Room Nop. 51 and 52, over Tem
ple & Workman's Bank. oc2-tf
W. 1.. MAUSHAI.I.. WILL D. GOI'I.D.
MARSHALL A COULD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW—OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
1» and 10 Temple Block, Los Angeles. Cal.
Will practice in all the Courts of this State,
and attend to business In I. S. Lund Office.
LEW. G. CABAnTsIT
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEY
ancer and Searcher of Records for this
OFFICE—No. 44 Temple Block, Los Ange
les , California. oc2-t I
V. E. HOWARD & SONS,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
WILSON A DOONER,
OFFICE-Room No. 11, Temple Block, Los
Angeles, California. oc2-tf
A. 11. JCDSON. J. W. OILLKTTK.
JUDSON A GILLETTE,
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
G. W. MORGAN,
JJEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south of the Post Office, Temple
Block, Ixis Angeles, California,
gy money to Loan. 002-tf
H. M. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
at law. Office—Room No. 10 Temple
Block, Ixis Alleles. P. O. Boz 456. no7-tf
~W, B. WHITFIELD,
BROKER, REAL ESTATE AND
GENERAL AGENT. Particular atten
tion paid to the purchase and sale of sheep.
Office with J. I. Ward 4 Co. noS-lplm
r. c. TacksTTn,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Main streot, a few doors below First, Ixis
Angeles. Contracts for buildings, and all
work executed in a satisfactory manner.
Prof. Herman Bethe,
by tho highest musicians ln San Fran
cisco, will receive pupils on the Piano, Organ,
and in Singing and Harmony.
FOR TERMS, ETO.-Apply at Brodrick's
Bookstore, Los Angeles. nolft-lm-ls
HENRY BUDDEN, "
REGULATOR 4 RErAIRER. 'TTITI
RICFKRFTTEs-Hrodrick's Store; Editor Urn
KJ OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS,
nnd the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
BiirTemple Block, next to Wells, Fargo A
Company's office. no2-lnop
The Napa Cang Plow.
• AKMERS OF LOS
CouiHy: We call your attention
IMPROVED GANG PLOW, pn
l • \. Manuel of Napa, nnd adopted
b.v n 'S 6t itus State. The points ol
sup. ■ .-. l> Illness of draft, It being a
cen i ii cm si or wnecl in the rear, which
io !••••. it ♦ . n :i spacte sufficient to aceom
io,«utell>; lUiWth: it ins a falling pole and
can, by sliding be ad.lnsted to the driver's
weight, and removes nil pressure from tho
horses* necks. We only nsk farmers to call
and examine lor themselves,
nol HELLMAN. HAAS & CO.
f CORNER OF COMMERCIAL
and Wilmington streets, Los Angeles.
We furnish THE BEST TWENTY-FIVE
CENT MEALS of any restaurant ln town.
Wholesome food, good cooking, nnd a clean
ami airy dining room, has made this restau
rant a favorite. LINDNER it BOTTCHER.
NEW YORK BREWERY,
QHRIS. HENNE, PROPRIETOR.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BRIL-
I.IAN'L LAGER BEER So*til of
Orders for DRAUGHT or ROTTLMB Bi'.l.R
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from tula Brewery de
fies competition In the State. aco*Mßtp
NINTH STREET, BETWEEN
Grasshopper and Griffin streets,
Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
WASHING done on reasonable terms.
PEARL BUTTONS sewed on, and 0.-dlnnry
MENDING done. Washing called for and de
livered, FREE OF CHARGE.
BW Order slate at Brodenck's Book Store.
no'-lmlp J. H. O'NEIL
T7ARMERS AND MERCHANTS'
JL Bank of Los Angeles—Los Angeles. Dec.
9, 1873. A dividend of |5 per share on the cap
ital stock of tho Farmers' and Merchants 1
Hank of Los Angeles bus been declared, paya
ble on the 10th inst.
It ISAIH W. HELLMAN, President.
MERCHANT TAILOR —
MAIN ST., near WELLS.FARGO A Co
Makes the most fashionable style of
to be obtained in the southern country. Also
a large stock of the
Newest and best Cloths
Doeskins, Beavers, Fancy Cassimeros. Velvet
and Silk Vesting*, etc. A fit guaranteed.
Refers to the principal gentlemen of the city
for whom he has made clothing.
No necessity to send to San Francisco for
good fitting suits. oo2tf-4p
NO. 6 COMMERCIAL STREET.
All the LATEST STYLES received by every
steamer, and made up in the latest styles and
most suitable manner, and on the most rea
MfcCALL AND EXAMINE these goods,
before giving your orders. noltlmlpl
— Of THE
Saturday Evn'y January Bth. 1874.
HAVING Purchased tho Roller
Skates and patent to use them in this
county from their late owner, and having
placed them In complete order, I will open
the Skating Rink on Saturday evening, Janu
ary 3d, with a band of music In attendance.
None but respectable persons will be admit
ted as spectators or otherwise, at anytime.
Ladies and gentlemen may rest assured that
this order will be rigidly enforced.
Open Every Day and Evening,
Mornings, from 10 to 12: afternoon from 2 to 5
for practice, and for class exersise.
Evenings, trom 7 to (Jj o'clock.
Admission, 25 cuts;" Ladies free,
Jnl-tf DAVID GRAY, Proprietor.
LAND FOR SALE.
LOCATED ABOUT TWO MILES
south of the Los Nietos Depot.
A splendid ISO-ACRE LOT Is ottered (orgMM
sale on the most liberal terms. The loea-JJC
tlon is very desirable, and the land Is in good
Last year It produced a crop of 115 bushels ol
corn to the acre. Any one who may desire to
purchase land In this locality would do well
to Inspect this lot and examine this year's
crop, which has not been gathered. Tho sole
reason for sacrificing this property Is to meet
certain obligations Immediately. TERMS—
one-half cash, and the balance ln one or two
An HO-ACRE TRACT, located on the line of
the railroad going east to Mud Springs, and
embraced in the San Jose Rancho. This is a
most desirable piece of land, is In a first-rate
ia|k condition; under fence, and good water-
JM.rlght; on which are growing io,ouo grape
vines In a full bearing condition; has a large
commodious DWELLING-HOUSE; all to Tie
sold on easy terms. For particulars, apply to
P. C. TONNEK, Spadra, or at
ocPMf HERALD OFFICE.
DEPOT AT lAHIIS MESMER'S
WINE CELLAR, underneath the U. S.
Hotel. Wino by the Glass, Bottle or Gallon.
All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
The public of Los Angeles are hereby noti
fied that no other person ln Los Angeles but
Louis Mesmerhas wines from the Cocomongo
ranches. J. L- SANSEV AIN.
GRIFFITH. LYNCH & CO.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
CORNER FIRST AND ALAMEDA STS.
Mill Work of all Kinds,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, ETC., ETC.
LINENS OF TRAVEL.
M lIEDVI.E FOR JANUARY, 107*.
tf&k Orizaba & Pacific <*LHk
tor SauOi Hurbnrn. Snn Pc<lro. Ann
helm Lauding and Nnu Diego.
Tsnvc Sun I Arrive San I I<ettrc San j Arrive Snn
J-'runciseo. \ J'edru. | J'uiru. | FrunetMCn.
STEAMER ORIZAIIA, CAIT. ir. J. JOHNSTON.
Doc 30!Jun ljJan 4 Jan 6
Jan 10 Jan 12 Jan 15 Jan 17
Jan Xi|jan 2o|Jun 28 Jan 'M
STEAMER PACIFIC, CAIT. TIIOS. STOTIIARD.
Jan 5 Jan "I.lan Io!Jan 14
Jan 17 Jan 19 Jan 22 Jan 24
Jan 29 Jan 311Feb 3|Feb 5
The Pacific will also call at San Simeon
and San Litis Obispo.
For Snn Diego and all way ports, carrying
OILS, ACIDS, POWDER, etc., not allowed to
be carried on passenger steamers, will leave
Freight on OILS, to San Pedro, 50 cents per
FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
Steamers leave San Francisco January
7th and 21th, and Feb. 10th and 27th, call si
Mazatlan, Manzanlllo and Aeapuleo, and all
except steamer of Jan. 7th, at San Diego.
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
Steamers leave San Francisco JANUARY
Ist, 10th and 31st.
Through Hills of lading signed, and through
tickets sold to all ports on the San Diego route
to New York, Europe, Mexico nnd South
America, at San Francisco turilf rates.
To New York, cabin «100
To New York, steerage 50
To San Francisco, cabin 15
To San Francisco, steerage H
Cabin plans at ngent's office. For passage
apply to H. McLELLAN,
nol Atrent for Los Amroles County.
LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO
ON AND AFTER NOV. 1, 1873,
trains will run as lOllows, leaving
W'ILMINGTON-7:45 A. M. and 1 P. M.
LOS ANGELES—IO A. M. nnd 3:45 P. M.
Except on dnys of steamers' arrival nnd de
parture, when trnins will run to connect witli
Passengers for Snn Francisco and San Diego
will leave Los Angeles by the 10 A. M. train,
connecting at Wilmington with the Compa
8*" First-class passenger cars will run regu
No < liar,;c Tor Storage to Merchants In
JOHN MILNEH, Agent at Los Angeles.
oc2tf E. E. HKWITT.Supt.
108 Main Street, Lot* Angeles.
Session of this
SELECT DAY SCHOOL,
in which girls and boys receive a useful,
practical ANDCOMPXETE English Education,
commenced on MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 187.1.
TERMS PER MONTH:
English Studies, including the ordinary
School Branches, and Double-Entry
Book-Keeping nnd Algebrn Jj 00
Primary Geography, Second and Third
Readers 4 00
Chart and Primer Classes 3 M
Latin, Phonetic short-hand and Geom
etry, per month $2 0!1
Competent Teachers of Drawing, Painting,
and the Modern Languages, will be connected
with the Institution.
For further particulars, npplvto theunder
signed, ut the School Building.
noaml W. B. LAWLOR, Principal.
FRENCH and SPANISH LESSONS
IN THE FRENCH
und Spanish languages will be given to classes
or in private, commencing on
WEDNESDAY, «M TOlil.lt 1, 1873.
TERMS OF TUITION:
Private lessons $ 1 00each
Twenty lessons |8
Lessons to any number of pupils
over five, for one month, three les
sons every week, each pupil 2 00
French and spanish'School lor children ev
ery day iSaturdavs excepted) at 4 o'clock P.
M. TUITION, per mouth, $*.
For further particulars, inquire nt No. 10
Main street. Translation of Fhkncii, Spa n
UN ANI> EnullsU. F. V. C. DE MONDRAN
0011 i'oot ioiiorv
French Christmas Gifts!
USED IN MANUFACTURING.
Large Stock of Goods!
CHEAP! PUREL WHOLESOME!
AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
WILCOX & GIBBS
NOISELESS C SIMPLE
Light running Durable
Family Sewing Machine.
All kinds oi Machines Bought, Sold, Ex
changed and Rented.
—- .- ■
Cut Paper Patterns
Of the latest styles.
PINKING AND STAMPING TO ORDER.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear
Manufactured In a superior manner. Mate
rials of the baSI quality furnished
at the lowost rates.
All kinds of Family Sewing and
Stitching by the Yard.
M. I-- lIAIT,
decl7 No. t)0 Spring St.. Los Angeles.
QOLD AND COLORS—
Printing a specialty nt the Herald
At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store
three pair Dlnmorl-Too Sb Its for HI.
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