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FRIDAY FEB. 27, 1874.
CITY AND SUBURBS. ■ Masonic Notic! The Oilicer* anil Member* of I,os .in-, Kelt* Chapter No. M, R. A. M., uro requested"" Lo meet at the Masonic Jlall THIS (Saturdtift KVKNJNU, at 7U, o'clock, amt eaoh evening nt'Hie coming wnek.lor the purposc-of lustruc t inn in the work ami lectures ol' tin- I toy ill Arch Decrees, i v tt Hv order oftlrv M. K. H. P. W. it. A. KII)I>. til 1% . Secretary. Sojourning Companions cordially invit d. Masonic Notice. I.os An-clcs I.oilk.' No. -lis, A A. St,- The stated meetings of this Lodge are held mi the First Monday of each month, at 7:40 k m. Mem hers of Pcnlalphn, No. at!, nnd nil Muster Masons In goon standing are cordially invited. S. C, "KOY. W. M. ' t ins. SMfTii, Secretary. jtVJa-tf. School and Miscellaneous Hooks, Lav Books und Jllalik Forms -Stationery. Blank Hooks, Albums, and Ladles' Writing- Cases, l'ianos, Organs. Violins and Accord ions, and oilier Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by HRODRICK A Co., * Booksellers and Stationers. At Harris 4 Jacoby's Cash Store fi.lltfl IKs CohiU'fO Dust for Shccnwiish (k 7 els. per E. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash. Store Open ltuck White Shirts (.««! 75. At Harris' & Jacoby's Cash Stoic %diir.en pure linen handkerchief* IbrH. All kinds of Garden und Grass Seeil ror mile ats. llellmun's, next to Post otliee. • W. D." has a letter at this otUce. A new store is soon to be opened at Richland. The Senator made her last trip to San Francisco ii) forty-six hours. Trade is reported good and on tbe increase in the city since January Ist. Important from New York is coming, and will open under the Lafayelle Hotel, oil Saturday, February 28th. with a very large antl fashionable stock of Dry floods,- Fancy Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Carpets, etc., etc. Goods will be sold lower than at any other store. Dr. Beach, a Homeopathic physician lias established himself at Richland. Thirteen new members have just been received by Compton Grange. Enterprising people are making fine iuiiJloyviHcuts south of the S:\nta Ana river. The artesian wells of Westminster Colony have all been capped to pre vent the waste of water. The lowlands this side of the Cayota House ou the Anaheim stage road are almost impassable. The Social of the Methodist Church Congregation will be held at the Church on Fort street this evening. Plenteous rains act as a stimulus to trade in this latitude and tlie coming season bids fair to become the liveliest known here Ibr some years. The Senator brought down a good number of passengors yesterday, and the Clarendon received its due share of them. We hear it reported that the Post oltice will be removed in a lew days to the rooms across the street belonging Lo Mr. Hamilton. Important from New York is coming, and will open under the Lafayette Hotel, on Saturday, February 28th. with a very large and fashionable .stock of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Carpets, etc., etc. Goods .Will bo sold lower than at any other store. The Anaheim hotels are full of visi tors, and beds are made up in the par lars to accommodate guests. On account of the absence of Mr. Holt, the issue of the March number of the Mutual Aid, will be delayed till the middle of next week. H. Morris is engaged in collecting, and has a large nuuibcr ef lulls for tlie city and county. His office is at Levy's store, corner of Aliso and Ala meda streets. A larger breadth of grain is being sown in tlie vicinity of Anaheim than ever before, and crops thereabouts look exceedingly well.. The Grangers in'tlie south end ofthe county are giving the Grange Co operative Company a hearty endorse ment on the basis that a branch store is to be established at Anaheim soon. A banana tree on Dr. A. B. Hay ward's ranch, near Uichland, has not beentouched with the frost during the present winter, although it Is entirely unprotected. There will be music at tlie Skating Kink to-night, instead of to-morrow evening. Maskers who have calcu lated to attend the Skating Carnival, will do well to attend. The corporators of the Craugc Co operative> f Company will meet at the office of The Mutual Aid Association, >io. 4d, Temple Block, to-day at 11 o'clock a. li., for the purpose of adopt ing By-laws. Sacriste & Elliott report that they have lost $500 by the breaking; of the flume that supplies the Woollen 'Mills with water. They will be funning again in about a week. Our Jewish children are preparing to celebrate the PuTim oh the 3d of March,. T»he order of,the evening will be dancing and various games. Some of the older persons will, according to custom, call on their friends in masque. ■,: j. - important from Nefw Yorki . _ is coming, and will oix'n under the Lafayette Hotel, on Saturday, February 28th. with a very large aiid fashionable stock of. Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothings Boots, Shoes, Carpets, etc., etc. Goods will be sold lower than at unv other sto/e. . . • Williams * KogViW iMrfatrr Is 1 get ting still more palatial. A beautiful Brussels carpet has just been laid on tlie floor, which witb the grandeur of the prevMas equipinctitK, now gives it a r»yal appearance. The Secretary op- tin*' Mutual Aid Association hod, evening received a letter from the State of Ohio, asking for blanks fo* two persons wbo desire to become member*. The ditch lately surveyed ou the northwest side of the Santa Ana river provides for a fall of over sixty feet. This fall when utilized will turn ma chinery sufficient to support v large manufacturing town. A movement is on foot to improve tho Newport harbor on the coast south of the mouth of the Santa Ana river. It is proposed to build a wharf and procure a tug-boat to tow vessels into the harbor. The entire expense will not exceed $50,01X1. Two freighted teams left lufidepot yesterday, one for San Bernardino to B C B, and one for El Monte to T M L. Millington has engaged Leek's Hall for his Dancing School and w ill open this evetjlg for gentlemen, and to morrow for ladies und children. The mixed manner in which the Affairs of the I. S. Pension Agency at Sau Francisco have been kept for some past is a source of great inconvenience to *he ' Pabulum—TOm large collection of old, rare und didactic liooks, now for naje at Noyes' Auction Store, is worthy the attention of our readers, as a good book in tlie bouse is a source of endless Joy. The Social at the M. E. Church on Fort street, which was postponed on account of the storm, will be held this (Friday) evening. A general invita tion is extended. Refreshments will be fu"iiishetl. Sutler & Bayer, of the Congress Mall, have now on tap the celebrated "Fredericksburg Lager," the finest ever brought to this market. Call at the cirner of Main and Itequenii streets, and satisfy yourselves of the fact Mr. Forbes Mai I laud, lute Serg'l Major 21st IT, S. Infantry, who bus been suffering severely from a disease of tlie lungs contracted In the service, has just Obtained through his attor ney, Will I). Gould, a full pension from date of discharge, in December, 1872. Mr. Newbauer is rapidly replacing his stock of furniture recently de stroyed hy lire. In a few days he will open at the old stand, next to the Hkrald otliee, with as well selected a slock of furniture as was ever brought to this city. A team hitched in front of Ilellman, Haas & Co.'s store yesterday, broke loose and ran tit a furious rate, turn ing down Aliso street to Alameda where they were fortunately stopped The wife of the owner was in the wagon ut the time, and though con siderably frightened, escaped unhurt Thousands of semi-tropical fruit trees are to be put out tlie coming season. The Southern California Semi-tropical Fruit Company, four miles northeast of Anaheim, bus just put out over six hundred English walnuts, and has holes dug for fifteen hundred orange, lemon and lime trees. K. H. Gilman is in charge of the farm. Messrs. Fisher & Co.'s improved watches are selling fast. They arc (he only watch that can be wound either by tlie stem or a key, uud have an improved patent double regulator, aud many other improvements not found in other watches. The materials used are manufactured for Fisher, antl the watches are put together and finished by him, thus combining all the advan tages of machinery and careful hand- TJ „_ _ Common Council. The report on the petition of T. W. Temple was received. It recommend ed the deed, reserving the right to certain roads, etc., provided also, that before this is done, a healing should be.given Mr. La/zarovitch. Received and placed on file. The Committee on the petition of Andrew Elius for a deed to certuin binds in the city 'reported that it be granted, and the Mayor ordered to give the deed. The Committee on the claim of Col. Dunkleburg reported they were unable to decide the title iv regard to the lands specified, and advised a court of justice. Received and placed on file. An ordinance was read to establish the grade of Fort street from Temple street to Second street, Adopted by a unanimous vote. Also one to establish the grade of Temple from Fort to Bunker Hill Avenue. Adopted by a unanimous vote. Also one defining the lines of Bunker Hill Avenue and declaring it a public avenue. It is 40 feet wide and about a,OOO feet long. Carried. The report of the Equalization Com mittee Wiis received. A map of the Abila tract hud been made and a com mittee was recommended to act with the property owners to obtain a more equitable taxation. All bills to be referred to the Com mittee on Zanjas for their approval The zanjero was empowered to em ploy a deputy zanjero. The La Uronk-a was brought up. The City Attorney had given his opinion that a mandamus could be made at any time. Beferred to City Attorney. The following bills were referred: J. \V. Baldwin $ :i 00 Caswell & Ellis 21 20 (ias Co 11 50 J. G. Scott 10 00 Star ' 40 00 H. Newmark 27 30 Mascarel 2 00 Hutton 3 75 Carpenter 40 00 Water Co 28 00 McLean 10 00 Austin 20 49 Page & Gravel 28 00 Broderick 3 25 Herald office 40 00 Mm W. Childs 30 40 T, M. Baldwin, and others. 5 00 Clerk's fees and Sheriffs fees T. J. Jackson 7 G4 T. J. Jackson 7 74 S. C. Foster 10 00 J. Coleman 45 00 E. Pepys 35 00 Scott 4 50 C. V. Hall 80 00 Murphy 247 of) YVohler 14 00 Perry & Woodworth 27 30 Perry & Woodworth 208 03 Perry & Woodworth 9 32 J. H. Fasten 7 uO S. Hellman 10 75 John Mager ~. A peMtron was received from cer tain purchasers of a tax title to land assessed *o Messrs. Bent and Ellis, asking that their money be returned as il was a case of double taxation. Referred to tbe City Attorney and tlie Committee on Land, to ascertain the land not assessed und the liabilities of the bondsmen of the City Assessor. Another petition from Mr. Green* ban in was referred to the same source. The petition of J. A. Longstreet for a bridge on Downey and Figuera, was referred. Tift- owners of property <>n Grass hopper street petition for the name Pearl street; others fur Union Avenue. Aheavy - discussion eßsued when the first named pet loners won, and Pearl street is to be the new name, * .A.WfUrat from, Mr. l\ltts way re ceived; tor tho uppointnient of a special officer *to rlile'atSotit the city and take up estravs. Received and placed on tile. On motion the City Marshal was ordered to send a mounted police about tho oily and take up heroes, and cattle running at large, and also othors com mitting misdemeanors. An (Hdinancechanging Grasshopper street to Pearl street was carried. Two hundred dollars was appropriat ed for clearing ditches. The bill of Mr. Teodoli was ordered puid to avoid expense. Adjourned. The steamer Pacific arrived ut San Pedro lust evening, and the passengers werc'brought up to the cfty I)}' a spe cial train at!) o'clock last night. E. P. Heald, the principal and pro prietor of the Commercial Institute at San Francisco, is in the city on a brief visit, and is participating of the hos pitalities of the Pico House. Gems of the Ocean!! i Prof. Klwood has on exhibition a( E. \V. Noyes' sales room a fine collec tion of Oriental Sea-shells which will be sold at auction this afternoon at 2 o'clock and 7 o'clock this evening. The Professor speaks of his specimens from a scientilic standpoint. Don't fail to hear him and carry away some of his curiosities. Merced Theatre. "East Lynnc'' was the play at the Theatre lust night. It was the benefit night of Airs. Phelps, uud wilhout pre vurication, considering the deficien cies of the stage appointments und conveniences, It wus very creditably presented. This company has per formed here for the past two weeks to scarcely paying houses. Why our Theatre-going people have not more generally attended is something we cannot comprehend. Their perfor mances, considering the circum stances, huve certainly been very creditable since their advent here. Mrs. Phelps is an acknowledged artiste ill all the roles she assums, und Mr. Piercy is equally meritorious in his impersonations. To-night two new and attractive plays are announced, and our people will miss v chaste und enjoyable entertainment If they do not attend. A Hint to Husband's. Byron, who at that time had not the fear of Airs. Stowe before his eyes has slanderously, with niulieious intent, declared of woman, thut "Thy vows are writ in sand." Tlie poet did not know Mrs. L. She took an oath, or a vow, that her John shouldn't stay out late of nights, and has faithfully carried it out. All the "sand" in the question was, to use a vulgar hut forcible expression, "in her ernw." Last evening the husband of this pattern of her sex, instead ofcheer tully smoking his pipe by the family fireside, was whHhig away the closing hours of day nt a billiard saloon. About ten o'clock, the wife of his bosom appeared upon the scene. Under one arm was tucked the latest responsibility, and in the delicate right hand, which no doubt had many a time and oft, rested confidingly in John's, was brandished a suspicious looking piece of scantling. Inviting her liege lord to go home, she enforced her request by a gentle tap on his head, and several of the endearing epithets, which by scoffing bachelors, arc supposed to pass current among married folk of a year or more stand ing. It is unnecessary to add that L. went home, anil that Mrs, L.'s vow was kept. We presume that other heads of families will take warning, and not furnish us material for a "local" by staying away from their loving spouses more than seven nights in a week. Ileal Estate Transactions. Deeds filed for record for the 21 hours (lid lag ut 4 o'clock, Keli. Siß, 1874, M reported for the pAir.v HkRAf.D hy JooMoti & Gillette Searchers of Records for Lot Angeles •utility: .1 V Itarhuin to 1) Watson --242.0. > acres in ltaneho Santa Ana, ft. A Langenberger lo Vicente L de Cnrrillo— Lot 17 ami part of lot 21 in Anaheim, $1. All Chapman to A P Hammond—2o (teres in Raneho Santiago de Santa Ana, Slio 00. FellpO Yorba to Chas W Wilcox—Hl acres ln Uancho Santiago de Santa Ana. 12,0110. DSShrodcet ux to M V Sowers—2S acres in HI Monte Township, $!,S»K). .IStrelliz toO W Chihls—t(u tcliilni ol S '.j of lot .tin block 21, (lid's Survey, Main st., si. A H Chapman et al 10 V Ltlfoucherle- Rich land farm lots f>l and W—» ncres- *ilKii. A Itobinson, Trustee, to Dan tiridley-■ "•lit 12-IWI awes in ltancho Las Coyotes, * "i,93ti 87. s Mosgrove to Santa Gertrudes Association —2ti'., acres in Santu Gertrudes Raneho, 11, B Riviere et ux to a Joughin—3Bo acres in Raneho Cienega, SIi.OOU. J W Pott* to N A Near—Undivided half of liloek V of Mott Trnel, $1,000. Adoiph Schmola to E L Goldsteinct al— acres in N X corner of lot E 1, Anaheim, 11)00, B Dreyfus to .1.1 Wegleln—Undivided in 7 vineyurd lots in Auulieim, and in a i)j ueri tractiti Antivqras ltancho, SI. M Phiilon toC X French—uO acres In ltancho Santiago de Santa Ana, $2,000. Santa Wertrudes Association to .1 E Kultoii— Part of N X V, ofSec II in T3S, Rll W,S R M, VA W M Bailey et al to Jas T Maxwell—3 tracts in Raneho Sunt logo do Santa Ana, 91,'£i0. Tomasii Ortlveras to lternardluo Lopez -Ex chimgeot'property in Snn Rafael ltancho for city property—Dale March 5, 18.*>2. Dm Angeles City to A F Coronel—Orant of Irrigating privilege, dated June 111, 1817. City of Los Angeles to Don Juan Temple—lo varus to rear of his house; deed dated Sept. 28, IS4H. State of California tvS M MeKlnley Letters patent, SXVV.ofX EH, N W 1 , of SE ' 4 of Sec 17, T 2S, li 1.1 \V, S H M, 80 acres. Peter H Doneks |4> Jacob Halm—Undivided Wof four lots In Raneho Antonio de las Aquas —«5. Jas F Rarham to .1 RTohermnn— 3110 acres in Raneho Santa Ann, 1160*. John Million to Michael Moriartv—N W' 4 of N X >i of Sec 21, T 4 S, R 10 W, S B M, 10 acres, $250. E Honton toS H Wilson—oo 19-100 acres west of Los Angeles river, $4,000. Santa Oertrudes Land Association to M D Crawford-Tract In Ts2 nnd 3 S, R 12 W, $800. Columbus Tustln et ux to J M Leiheii—lo lots in block li, Tustln City, If, Letter tW. The f J law tag letters are held tor Postal • in the Postofflce at Lot Angeles, Cal., Feb. Nth, IST I: Adelaido Alliarado, S'wulra, Cal. Miss Mottle J ISrown, Winchester, Texas, John Bryan, I.os Angeles, F P Bacon, lam Angeles. Kofuirio Kiiderrntii, Lone Bine. Gulseppe Cttmpurii, Sun Francisco. L Uoldcnherg, Detroit, Mich. Henry Gallagher, Kan Francisco. Andres Ihara, Los Angeles. Master Win Montgomery, Los Nlcto?. Jose Marti lies, Sao UuuuHvenuini. Miss LlllleStone, TtollJr;Hfft'l». • !,: ' A - Mathew Sutton, la)s Angeles. Mary Shuwshery, Spadra. cxM.vii.Am.i:. Jas It Wes. H, Herald Oflice. ' Charles (iardi.u, Waturlowu, U H. .Mrs J A (lore, Uiuczanlri'hM'oktM- I 'o, ILK. W. llkni, P.M. Freight Mat. —— ■ AJ l pollowing Is tho freight list of His steamer Senator, which urriyetl from Kan Francisco yesterday: A G 6 J Bushy 12. A C C 11l Id J] 12 Congreve <k Co 8 J B S A Co , 2 B F L „ » L I.evy 1 Brodrlck A Co 2 .1 M Bailey H BC Truman 8 H.... Ho B A Co Ifi LP* Co 1 C F Lane 2 LB 11 B CThomas. 1 M Jacoby U..L 6 OAK 27 M A H 1 C Mussm.iii...... 1 M «t Co 1 DA 'It . 2* NJ. ~. 1 D Brrsk 2 N B WWtflel*. 11 X McD S V Bros 20 f o io B lt'Uv : io ovn* f rill., ..... 10 Guardian , 4 PP., 4 ii I. ,v Co 2S its A Co I II N*t!o. 10 HA5..... 23 Herald 1 Rivera :l"> H F 1 R H King A Bro V II W stoll 4 S H 1 111 AD] 20 S Bros 14 II II A Co 151 S P Simonds 7 H D B A Co 1 S C C 50 [J W| 3 S Jackson...., 12 J A 9 VPonel 3 .IMA Co 29 W M S U J Mascarel 4 W A B. ~......,,1.....v— 8 Jlrpt 2 W McD ».... 0 J S 18 W, F A Co 40 J Henderson I W A B—sheep 4 .1 Coin 1 Total ISO lons. Late Telegrams. EASTERN. v i Bosuon. Feb. 35. The Boston Orange Is 1 declared not to be in good standing with the Na tional. The Bos Jo i Grange, however, decides to continue as an independent organization. The opposition to tlie women's tem perance reform in New York and Ohio is taking definite shape. Mrs. Stanton opposes the women's praying move ment. John Doyle, a New-York policeman, shot and instantly killed a Miss Law lor in a fit of jealousy and drunken ness. He was arrested. The Secretary ofthe Interior recom mends legislation for the relief of the Mission Indians of California. Cleveland, Ohio Feb. 215. A special meeting of the Brother hood of Loejmiotive Engineers is in secret session, a resolution will be adopted asking Chas. YVilson, Grand Chief Engineer to resign on account of his action in the recent strikes and that he at once resigned and left the convention. Ni:\V Yokk, Feb. 26. Jas. C. King who shot Anthony F. O'Neil in Nov. 1872, was placed on trial to-day on a charge of murder. O'Neil was a friend of and a witness for Mrs. King in a suit for divorce. Tlie trial of King has been delayed owing to his complete prostration from consumption, The Superintendent of the Postal Car Service has ordered the Post master here to stop sending through matter on the Erie railroad while the strike lasts. HorneII.SVILLE N. V., Feb. 20. The Strike-of the Brakemen on the Erie Railroad is ended, aud all passen ger and freight trains are running regularly. Nkw Yokk, Feb. 26. The bond holders of Rockford, Rock Island and St. Louis Railroad met to day, and appointed a committee to in vestigatj the condition of the road, and to suggest a plan for reorganlza- FOREIGN NEWS. London, Feb. 20. Dispatches to the London papers show that in the recent battle the Ashantees gained a decided victory. Seventeen British officers were killed or wounded; entire loss, over 200. The loss of native allies is also very heavy. Further ('arlist successes are reported near Hi Iboa. Havana, Feb. 2&. An Aid-de-Canip to the Captain- General died to-day of vomito. Several hundred Chinese have ar rived at Havana from Y'orcka Santa Anna and sailed for Mexico. All Spanish war vessels excepting the Aragillas, Fernando and Elcatal ico, have left for a cruise. General Araos, Coniandiiig General of Vuelta Abajo, has arrived at Ha vana to consult with Captain-General Jovelar. Kingston, Feb. 25. The French Canadian Societies of this country, Benevolent and Protec tive, are agitating the question of an nexation, and have formed a Central Union and will hold a Convention next summer. Pacific Coast Telegrams. SAN FRANCISCO. San Francisco, Feb. 26. (Ireonbacks, asft^Hj. Thomas A. Springer, Slate Printer, died in this city at 12 M., last night. He will be buried here probably to morrow afternoon. Portland, (0r.,) Feb. 20. St. Clair, tried for setting lire to Portland, Oregon, at the time of the great conflagration, was acquitted. It was proven fliat he was thirty-five miles from the city at the time of the fire. Sun Franehtea Markets—By Telegraph. SAN FKAM'ISI 1), K«-l>. VU H"It—I-«ci ra, Sfltf. *9 62' .. «M*V!»-s .1 I I : vjahi.ky <i m.m n. oath—|l BM9I WX COKN-J1 7075„, HEANS-5V.,e. f»I POTATOES -Jl SO. UNIONS—M Tfti LtOOCtl Mui'Ut'ls. PROVISIONS, Fi.orn- Beans, f cwt 2 SO Extra flbbl $7 S7'., Nails, V keg (i SO Stiperiine ii 7.") CiUiuedttutt'tHloaJnO liacon, V It 11 Ass.l Jellies SHO Hams , IS Dried Apples "il lb 7 Lard IS " Peaches 7 bugar, ernsbed 141, " Urupu*■* ... V island N... 1. 12*-! Potatoes, i*centall ft) Coffee W Sweet Potatoes 200 Corn. * cental.,..l 30 Suit, common 150 Harlej H.l'Sh-i, . <* Liverpool 200 Wheat 2 00 " Candles, v Mctnlfi Hotter, V*> *» Candles..*:* 10 (u2O Cheese lOmlS. Hrooms, vrdoz...s.l 7S. - Swiss Cheese* 37U, Liquors. (;ase..V<»HJ o|l Codfish .". 12* i Domesfle Cigars Salmon 7 1000 MMtW Mackerel 74 Ini|M>Ued d0.j120«§200 Tea 13 Powder— " Ureen .1 00 , Mining, W k«>g. ti 00 Ttareh Canned 7«<<j|l Mobaoeo 50C(.>1 UO Fuse, %dUO fe.»t...J2 00 TH X" CT> iTtVFW. District Court Si?^AbxV j? THV/kshay, Feb. 2tt _ _ People vs Ah Kong and Tung Sl—Set m*r trial April 17th, and venire for sixty Jurors or dered drawn, returnable at that time. Moore vs A^UlWld—Continued untH to-mor row. Williams vs Williams-- Decree of partition ' 'iinrdl'cli vs WolsNM-Passed Informally. Johnson vs Cola—Still on trlul. '-i County Court-O'Mei.veky, J. TIItTRSHAV, Feb. 20. Ellsworth vs Wilkinson—Stav of proceed ings grunted lor ttfteeu days..lilli of excep tions submitted with amendments. I'robatc t'onrt—O'Melvkny, ,J. Wednesday, Feb. 25. In the matter of tho estate of Maria Q. I.ago, deceased—Order that the administrator' present his supplemental and final account on March 11. In the matter of the estate of Eduanlol.ugo, deceased—The consideration of tho account of the guardian wus postponed until the 10th of March. sen! DAY ArSTl> IVIGrIIT, - -AT THE — CLARENDON. . 1 -TV/ 1 (*KNTLEMKN"M Billiard jjJ j «,i*loi% —AT THK— Special Notices. • HI Jill I »r*attl" I. Huueh, Merchant Tailor, No. 6 Commer cial street, receives the latest styles of goods by every steamer, und makes up clothing fashionably,and of the workmanship. (Jive him your orders and he will give you "tits'' ln style. ■ . • Parties wishing p mw Pebble Spectacles that aid and preserve the eyesight will do well to purchase their Spectacles at Fisher & Co.'s, No. 07 Main street, who scientifically and perfectly lit all kinds of eyes no matter how difficult the casf maybe. Mr. Fisher, having made this line of business a study, nnd having hail a practical experience of 12 years, and witli a complete set oflnsUument* and the mosl extensive stock of Spheroidal IVhlile Lenses put up to suit the purchasers, In lilack Patent Interchangeable Gold, Silver, Steel, Kubber or Shell Frames" ut reasonable palofs. These goods are not sold to Peddlers ut all, either wholesale or retailj only to re sponsible parties who are appointed as Agents and furnished with all necessary facilities for testing eyes and fitting them with tho best quality of lenses only. A perfect fit guaran teed at Fisher <V Co.'s, sole Agents for South ern California. Fisher A Co. have a very fine stock of Gold Spectacles. What Is a nicer and more appropriate Holiday Present for an aged per son. * Another II c lot of Jewell j, Watch es, Dlanioie' , and Clocks, Just received at Fisher* C s. * —— A Hew Bun upm. Thanking the people of ' os Angeles coun ty for their liberal patronage during the past, we, In order to meet the Increasing demand for finer goods, will, while making Dollar Goods a speciality, keep a good assortment of higher priced goods. Wo have a fine lot of Mouldings and a first-class fr«tiner; so bring along your "pictures and get them framed cheaper than at any other place south of Ran Francisco, All work warranted to give satis factions lTollar Store, Dunsmoor Bros., 102 Main sWeHU__. 1 Of Special Interest to Farmer*. At the Esperanza Store, No 108 Main street, will be (bund the largest and choicest stock' of Merchandise, Groceries, Liquors, Cigars, etc., ln Southern California. It is well known that at this store you can buy all goods In their line at from five to ten per cent, cheaper than at. any other store ln Los Angeles; also that the highest price Is paid for all kinds of country produce. All goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. * Look at This! The only place in the city to get choice Engravings, Chromos, Oil Paintings, etc. is ol M. V. Pouet's. 60 Main street, where you can bay them cheap Ibr caah, or pay In weekly installments offromMcentstoll, ac cording to the amount purchased. ua. The tide of Immigration is steadily set ting in, and the lira thing eastern people do Is to throw away the't A% ,v York Hats and buy a new one ot I)MM.»mI. They say fhere Is no comparison between 1' 1 *'vo. ° a*. Every style *1 11.1 ting and Glaalng done in the highest siy c > art, and at reason able rates, by C. Rai hat I v Co. WANTS-LOST FPUND. iWants published at the rate of «>4 cents per line for each Insertion, or 10 cents per line for three Insertions. No advertisement under this head token for less than 2a cento.) WANTED— A Situation by a Gen tleman who understands the English. French and German languages; also Book keeping In all Its branches. Salary less an object than employment. I test of references. Address W. !>., this office. TO LET — A Pleasantly Situated Frame House, containing Aye rooms. Is fn good condition: has good ouUbouses.nud water on tlie premises. Apply at south corner of Fort and Fourth streets. I f2O tf F~ OUND—A POCKET-BOOK, con taining one or two tickets and a receipt. For particulars, apply ut this office. fl» mO LET, OR FOR SALE-VERY JL, Cheap -*A go<sl house and six acres of land, a short mile from the Court-house, En quire of Hon. J. S. THOMPSON, Temple.lßock Kent of house alone $10 per month. leS-tt JUST RECEIVED —A Ijirge assort ment of all kindsof Garden Seeds,as well Flower Seeils ol overy variety, at low prices. J. a FERGUSON. 112 tf cor. Spring and East streeis, WANTED— A PARTNER in the business of putting UP Jams, Jellies and preserved fruits. lam well acquainted with the business, and competent to supei vise all the operations of such an establishment. Any one with a moderate capital desirous of 011 -guaing in a paying business would do well to call on or address " X., febll-tf At HERALD OFFICE. LAND FOR WALK -Located about three miles south of the Court-house, and on sun Pedro street, half a "mile from the city limits. A splendid 40-acre lot with 1,000 finely growing trees and 20C0 choice vines, 1000 pepper trees 2 years old, a comfortable farm-house, a stable, well-of excellent WatAr, and is well supplied with tater from Zanja No. 314. The above property wtrl be sold at a bargain, for cash, und possession given immediately. Price, 85,000, title good. Also, superior Im proved land for sale. For particulars apply to J. O. A. STANLEY, on the premises, or at the HERALD Office. febS-tf. FOR SALE—House ami Lot for toOO. House 16x44, below the Mill on old Allso street. Apply at Brown's Restaurant, corner Requena and Los Angeles streets. JnU 1 r OR SALE—B,B76 Acres of Land, ' Good location for a Ranch, perfect title, and of which 600 acres can be irrigated, 400 are bottom lands, and all grating land. There Is also plenty of wood of nearly every descrip tion. Inquire of ... jt \ J. R. RAMIREZ, jnlG-tf Aliso street. WANTED— One or Two Good Men to canvass for the Herald and its Piejuium Chrouio. The only Agent we have out is takinjf Hlbserlplloim with areat rapid- It v. Work Cftimot be liegtm R>r two weeks. Apply at the. , HERALD OFFICE. WANTED— Fifty to Two Hundred Wvesbt'Beej on 1 ihe hulv«s, tor one, two or three years. The Harbison Hive must lie luirtlslied. For further particulars en quire at the HERALD OFFICE. JnlO WANTKT>«~A dwelling bouse, oon vc 11 lent to tbe business part of the clty» four or .Aye rooms, Appfy at this ofllee. WANTED— -A PURCHASER FOR a house coutataing four rooms, and a lot lOOxlOfi teuton the west side of Hill St., detween tcjilh and eleventh.. Terms mode rate Apply »$ thO premises, or at this office ./HO ■ : ffOfJi &BA&. ■ ON.B AND A HALF<*ACREB OF Land,on Ollveand Eleventh streets, with House -three AKiins and summer kite|4ii,and grounds well set with Orange, l,eun|ii and Lime Trees. A" good condition. Cheap for cash. Inquire pf LB. FERGUSON, f*2l ii* ' Cor. Spring and Court sts. NOTICE. HAVING'BEEN APPOINTED BY the Court, ReoolVer of all tho partner ship property ol the firm of T. C. SWIG ART 4 CO., and being directed, by order of Court, vto colleat all debts due said Arm, hot ice is v herebv given to all persons Indebted to Said Arm off. C. Swlgart 4 00. to CALL AT ONCE and settle the same, nnd thereby save costs. All persons are notified not to pay the debts due said Ann to any other pet-Son than the undersigned. JOSEPH HUBER, Receiver. Los Angeles, Cat, Feb. 2S, 1574. fe2o-10t REAL ESTATE. 3. H. SLAUGHT, 73 Main St., 13 O WIV X V BLOCK, REAL ESTATE, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! BUYS AND SELLS REAL Es tate on commission. Has large tracts tot sale ln Southern Calltbruiu. Country 11nmoa. ■• f Sim li Ilanges, Sltefi> ItmitreH, Vineyard, Orchnrdi. City Honirr, Special attention paid tothe SECURING of LOANS -AND— *• EXCHAN6E OF CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK. —ALSO- To the Exhibition of Ores, and general Information exchanged ln regard to the mines of our country. Mining and other Stocks on Exchange All orders promptly attended to. We have on sale a large list of first-class or chard and Earm Lands. Houses and Lots, and Ranches, Improved and unimproved, from 2 to 8,000 acres, ranging from $0 to $1,300 per acre not advertised In the following list: WANTS. NO. 162. 200 swarms of bees at $2 SO to $3 each, Im mediately, for cash—ln box or other hives. Inquire at this offlce. Money to loan out. Houses to let, Ranches to let. ToTIT. HOUSES, MONEY. LAND' FOR SALE. -> -AT •sl wf I m mW Wt haD lac] l> rt la ncoJ of vsnoM ', i nsnufliB JAHOITArI > .H H * s s i a S I H , 2 t ■ 0 leUaHaaVJ »«s<«''i Jk*b4MiT- : «J fit f 1,1 •t* I f »Ma t 11 AH r ; ■te*ttf\f\ aajajtkna str. ! til NO. ft. Here is a good opportunity to advertise any place to be sold, as you have the use of a ' whale coiuinn for a very small pittance. Only those places advertised ln this column —tor which pay Is ad vanned- and only those wanted who are anxious to sell at reasonable figures. You will be sure to get a customer Imme diately, without doubt. Two very line lots for sale In the business portion ofthe city, for $900 each. 12,000 to let on Real Estate ln the city. A house of Aye rooms to let, and the furni ture to sell forf36o $1,060 to let on mortgage, at 2 p;-r cent per month. $1,000 to let on mortgage, at 1 1 per cent per month. Two houses to let. lOAHT lOT3iH ecu I 'JsfcttSlpA 4MMI - '0H A H ja MA 1 J M iil.ujus'l an* Afriltt r.i .-. it* nt #XC Qls H Wl Aft aUIS •' ll j S. 11. al.At UHT, Meal Estate Ag«ut aad Baslaens Broker, 73 Main et, Downey Rlock, AVegLES. THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST! E. E. FISHER A Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL M ANUFAC - TURERB, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN THE BEST JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVER WARE SPECTACLES, ETC., ETC. PENDANT i ■■ i ■ * i i« i ii WINDING WATCHES A SPECIALTY. RE PAIRING A ADJUSTING FINE WATCH ES AND CHRONOMETERS. THE ONLY HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THAT MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY. WE SEND NO WORK AWAY TO BE MADE OR REPAIRED. MAN I - FACTURING ON THE PREMISES, ALL KINDS OF AMERICAN WATCHES AT MANUFACTURERS' PRI ES. ALL OR DERS WILL RECEIVE I ROMPT ATTEN TION, AND SATISFACTION GUARAN - TEED. E. E. Fisher A Co. •7 Mala F»., Im Angeles. H AY IgY THE BALE OR TON. SEED RYE, BARLEY, CORN FLOUR, PROVISIONS, AND CHOICE FAMILY OROCER^S WHISLER A COS DEPOT STORE. ANAHEIM ADVERTISE MEN S. PLANTERS' HOTEL. Cor. Los Angeles nn<l Center Streets, AMAHKIM, CAL., JOHN FISCHER. Proprietor. OFFERS FIRHT-CLAISS Ac commodations to the traveling public. All stages arrive at and depar'. from this house. Terms moderate. noU-tf ANAHEIM HOTEL, MAX NEBELUNG '•-oprielor. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS for travelers and visitors. Stages r* ii" all parts ofthe country arrive and itepa.*' from this house. Attached to the hotel are N. H. MITCHELL S Pioneer Livery, Sale and Feed Stable*, CENTER STREET, OPPOSITE Poplar Row, ANAHEIM. The very best accommodations for visitors and travellers. Gentle Saddle Horses constantly on hand, and furnished at shortest notice. oclltf Nothing Like It. MALONE'S PATENT Pruning Shears ! All Pruning Done From The Ground ! Heavy Sales Already Made. How I'sed by Oar Beat Orchard lata. The Synsetry of tbe Tree In Impaired. Nine Tenths of The Loss Saved by I'slna; These Shears. JnlS-lsK E. W. DOSS, Agt. for Cal. Our Own Manufacture! THK ONLY CRACKER BAKERY In tho City! A Large Stock of fresh Crack era always on Hand. Wedding: Cakes On band and made te order at short notice. Tastefully decorated CAKES of any design, ut reasonable prices. Also, BREAD, PIES AND CAKES, Fresh every day, at the AMERICAN BAKISHY. ho2-lmis J. L. WARD <fe CO. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. •4:1 MAIN Street. DEALERS IN Cram, Wool and Hides. Role Agents for Southern California for Fdl'll Superior Starch. Swan Brewery Ale and Porter, Representing GOODALL NELSON & PERKINS' LINK OF STEAMERS. Baker A Hamilton's Agricultural Ma chines. Bala Wsarom, Issadow As surance Corporation aud ITNIOM Insurance Da. or Saai Francisco. Consignments of Country Produce SOLICITED. feb.l-lf a. k. caswmu. /. r. elms' CASWELL « ELLIS, IMPORTERS rm'tt%u%mM at a I o nn ail Aad Dealers la General Merehan disc, 80 AND 82 MAIN STREET, Oc2-tf I/OS ASOTUJ!.