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SUNDAY MARCH 29, 1874. Let in the Sunshine, and Stir up the Fire! Are not our hotel and boarding-house builders overlooking a very impor tant point in the plans of their struc tures ? Are they not building too many dark and shady rooms? A iarge portion of the patrons of our ho tels and boarding-houses, especially during the Winter months, are inva lids, and persons in feeble health—per sons who wish, and are willing to pay for comfort. The constant complaint among them is that they are com pelled either to remain shivering in their rooms or else crowd around the public Are in office or parlor. They say, and very justly, that they want to be comfortable in their own rooms, they want sunshine and fire. The ho tels and boarding-houses that make provision to meet these demands will secure the best class of custom; while those that do not must be con tent with what is left after the others are filled. It is possible to arrange the plan of almost any building, so that most of the rooms will have sun shine a part of the day, Plan your houses for the lots upon which they are to be built. Go and watch the sun; see at what hours it shines in certain directions, and then build ac cordingly. A house arranged to the best advantage for light and heat upon one side of the street, will be all wrong It built upon the oiher side—rooms shady and cold. Again we say, plan your structure for the lot it is to occupy. The building costs no more, and will pay far better rents. It will be money in your pocket. Again many rooms even with the best plan ning, must have a limited amount of sunshine, and the sunniest rooms must be unpleasantly cool at certain hours. Put flues in them all. A flue costs little or nothing. It is only a vacant space left in a brick wall. If it is not wanted, it is not in the way; if it is wanted a stove can be quickly put up. Don't put the stove-pipe hole away up at the ceiling, making the room unsightly with unnecessary yards of expensive pipe. Flues crt less than pipe, and do not have to be packed away in the Summer. Let the flues come down nearly to the floor so that the pipe may enter di rectly from the stove. In the best rooms put open grates, people will pay for the sight of an open fire. "Can you let me have a room with a fire ?" "All of our rooms are arranged for fire, sir; and whenever possible for sunshine also." Be able to give that reply to the applicant, and he will stay with you. He will write to his friends about your house. They will come and stop with you, and it will be money in your purse. Publish these facts —"fire and sunshine in all the rooms of the house"—and every steam er will bring you guests; you cannot drive them away! In erecting build ings for office purposes, remember the same thing. An office with sunshine and fire, or with fire, if sunshine is not possible, is worth more than one without; will rent for more money and more readily. Again we say, build for fire and sunshine ! It will be money in your purse. Our Policy Sanctioned. Editors Herald — Gentlemen : Permit me aa a sincere admirer of journalistic dignity and literary merit, to congratulate you upon your happy intention as expressed in your pro spectus of this morning of *' building up, not pulling down," of smoothing over and not obstructing the way of journalistic measures, which is the end to success. And when your opinions clash as to the best means of accom plishing some determinate local good, and require a little more than mere argumentative force, even to the in dulgence of sarcasm, then let " Bil ingsgate" be at the gate of Billings, and not at the doors of our parlors. Let journalistic abuse and punishment be in the pugilistic and not the jour nalistic ring. There is room for all, and to journalists all we wish success, that success, that influence, that power to society, both present and to come, which the pen " in the hand of the truly great" alone can yield and give. Again gentlemen we congratulate you upon your meaning words, your happy thought, of " building up, not pulling down." Society. Los Angeles, March 28, 1874. We are pleased to know that the ob jects of our paper are sanctioned by good, sensible men. People are will ing to support a journal that furnishes valuable information for the money they pay. If anything appears in the Hhrald unfit to be read in a parlor gathering, it will be through inadvert ance. The following opinion of Horace Greeley on the subject is worth a place. Horace Greeley used to say to young newspaper men, in the way of fatherly advice, that " there is nothing easier in this wicked world than to edit a blackguard paper, and nothing more difficult than to get up a newspaper free from foulness and blackguardism. Fishwomen and bar-room loafers are skilled in the art of bandying epithets and bespattering each other with dirty words—it requires no brains to do this; but it does require both heart and brains to print a newspaper that a de cent man and woman can read without a blush." The Mutual Aid Question Settled by the Legislature. On Monday last Judge Dwinelle rendered a decision in the case of the Mutual Provident Association of Ban Francisco, which, had it remained in force,would have wound up every Mu tual Aid Association in the Btate. The friends of the Association were confident that the Supreme Court would overrule this decision, but the delays of the courts are so proverbial that they chose to go to the Legisla ture and get relief that would be be yond question. Previous to the de cision referred to the Senate had passed a bill that entirely covered the case. Mr. Holt, Secretary of the Mu tual Aid Association of this city last night received a dispatch stating that the bill has now passed the Assembly and received tho signature of the Gov ernor. This prompt acti»n of the Legislature settles two points very distinctly: First; the Life Insurance Companies can no longer browbeat these associations by declaring that they are illegal and ought to be wound up. Second: the Legislature has shown a disposition to protect the associations, and whenever they find that further legislation is necessary or desirable it will be forthcoming. The associations are now in a better and more satisfactory condition than before the late decision; then their legality was a matter of doubt, now their status is definitely and forever settled. We congratulate the officers and members of the Mutual Aid Asso ciation of this city that their future work is to be unbrohen by unneces sary litigation, and that the road to a prosperous and useful future is now unobstructed. Stand to Your Guns. The proposal of the fire company to disband if horses are not furnished by the Common Council, we hope will not be carried into effect. To disband is to place in danger of fire and great loss the property of the members of the Are company, as well as the prop erty of their best friends. Gentlemen, stand to your guns, ready for action in case of fire, whether you have horses or not. Let deliberation take the place of anger. The community will sus tain the ones in the right. We think the Common Council and Mayor act as they really believe to be best. It is a matter of opinion which in a short time will be fairly and justly settled. The property interests require an effi cient organization, and the commu nity requires such action on all sides as will secure this with reasonable economy. Our members of the Legislature are very careless in one respect. Seldom does any copy of a bill relating to this county or its interests make its ap pearance for the public. Last night the Chamber of Commerce had a telegram brought before it relating to the Cerro Gordo Railroad bill, and its approval by Governor Booth. No one here has seen the bill or knows anything about it except from short notices in the city papers. The Chamber was there fore crippled in its action, as it could not press the approval of the Governor, but left to his discretion so far as guarding the public interest is con cerned. This should not be. Gentle men send us early copies of any bill or amendment affecting the interests of Los Angeles county. Hon. Mr. Maclay of San Jose, will shortly be in San Bernardino, and will open an office for the sale of his lands recently purchased in the Rin con district. The grant will be cut up in 10-acre lots. NEW TO-DAY. MAKE A NOTE OF THIS! THE TEMPLETON STAR ALLIANCE WILL SHORTLY APPEAR FOR A Second Season IS THEIR ELEGANT AND FASHIONABLE ENTERTAINMENTS AT MERCED THEATER. Due notice will be given of the opening. mr29-tf " THE EXCELSIOR COMBINATION MINSTREL AND Acrobatic Troupe Will appear at tho MERCED THEATER In a varied performance Tuesday and Wednesday Evn'gs, March ,list and April Ist. Reserved seats to be had ut the Theuter during the day till 5 km. Price of admission: DRESS CIRCLE 11 M parquet ";r.'.'.".r. SJ Children, hulf-price. The company consist of Harry Causland formerly of the East, and late of Woodward's Garden, Han Francisco. The press of that city and the East represent him to be a fine performer, and at the head of his profession, performing on seven instruments atone time his great feats with glass and baltlgaus anj fflobe, feats of vaulting, with violin and many other musical attainments which no other man has done. Willis Armstrong, many years manager and performer at Pus * n! New York, and Hpauldtng * liiudle, New Orleans, and clown in princi pal circus of United Stales, and Rentz> circus brough Germany; and as minstrel and clown pas Bo superior, and will give you lots of fun 0 ?? 1 hlta - . Jas - Armstrong, in negro de lineations and great decapitation act. is among the best on the boards. The other pntlemon are well up In the business, and lots of fun may be expected. mrtfat 1710R HALE OR RENT—The premises on . Main street IJ4 miles south of the Court house, near Washington Garden, containing 13 acres, part In bearing orchard and vine yard. The house contains 0 rooms besides bath-room and pantry. Will rent the upper or lower part of the house or the land without the buildings or the bouse without the land. Inquire on the premises. J. F. SMITII mr29-lm NEW TO-DAY. CITY OF PARIS! 51 and 53 Main St., LOS ANGKLEH. AND AFTER MONDAY, MARCH 30th, We will sell Goods as follows: 4x4 Bleached Cotton, White Rock, nt 12 1.2 c. per j«r:l. 4x4 Bleached C'ottou, Lonsdale, at 12 12c. per j-ard. 4x4 Bleached Cotton. Fruit or the Loom, at 19 3-lc. per yard. 10x4 Bleached Cotton, at 37 l-2e. per yard. 4x4 Brown Cotton, Cabot A, at 12 I-2c. per yard. TxS Brown Cotton, at Be. per yard. 7xB Brown Drill, at 12 l-2c. per yard. 1000 Pieces Assorted American Prints, at 10c. per yard, Warr eJ Fast Colors. 350 FRENCH CORSETS, at 75c. a Pair, 150 SUPERIOR CORSETS, at 81 a Pair. ALSO, ATREDUCED PRICES 25 Piece* Assorted BLACK SILKS, at from 91 25 to 93 per yard. ALSO, AN ENTIRE INVOICE — OF — NEW STYLE SPRING GOODS, Just received from tho East and Europe, which wo offer at EXTREMELY LOW FIGURES. EI'OENE METER A CO., mrai lm Successors to S. Lazard & Co. The Hill Improvements. Water is the all Important question In South ern California. Det then' be water and every thing In the vegetable line springs up and grOWl with a growth unparalleled in Other lo calities. Orange tree I spring up with marvel lous rapidity, and the spot becomes a little paradise under the manipulation of Industry, Wherever water can be had. The hill lands have been delayed in their sale simply because the arrangements for water were Insufficient. The time given for their sale has consequently been extended for two mouths. A large reservoir capable of containing untold hundreds of thousands of gallons of water Is now being construct.Hi. An engine und pump is now on its way hither, which will raise 30,000 gallons of water per hour into the reservoir, more than Is now consumed by the entire city of Dos Angeles. All lots must be sold previous to April 12th, for upon that date those that ure left will be disposed of at publieauetion, by the popular auctioneer, Noyes. They will be sold on the Installment plan, at his rooms In the Temple Block on Spring street; the tlrst installment payable on the day of sale. Fifteen thousand feet of pipe are now being laid in the streets, 8,000 feet of which are al ready in the ground, and a million-gallon res ervoir Is now being made to supply the lots with water. The City Surveyor has been ordered to de fine the grades and lines of Olive, Charity and Hunker Hill avenues, from Hill to Hope; Second street and Temple street from Hill to Hope. This will bring these hauls Within easy reach of the business part of tho city. Tho distance to the Court-house is less than it is to the Turner's Hall. Mr. Beaudry being the owner by perfect and indisputable title, Offers the following Scheme believing that It supplies a felt want, His various tracts have been surveyed, and plotted in lots of convenient size for resi liences, upwards of two hundred in number, and the maps, together with abstracts of title, are kept for public inspection at his office, op posite the Pico House. Any person desiring to purchase can inspect the land, select his lot or lots, and ucqtiire the same, if not previously taken up by another, uppß the following terms, purchasers not be ing restricted to a single lot: The purchaser or his successor to pay Ihe fixed price of the land selected by him in equal monthly Installments, as follows: On lots valued at BWO und upwards, but not to exceed $SUO, 815 per month; on those valued atßßoo and less than $100, 810 per month. Payments in gold or currency and no interest demanded. For cash iv hand, a reduction of fifteen per cent will be made. The purchaser to have Immediate possession upon payment of the first installment and on execution and delivery of contract. The right of the purchasers may be assign able to him, and his assigns to succeed to all his privileges and liabilities; standing in all respects towards the vendor as an original obligor. Purchasers shall not be restricted to the pay ment of the installments as above shown, but may make payments in advance, and on such payments he will allow one per cent per month, from the date of payment until said payment would become due. Upon selection of a lot or lots by a purchaser and payment of the first installment with 85 in U.S. gold coin, as expenses on the docu ment, Mr. Beaudry, with the purchaser, will execute and acknowledge a sealed agreement embodying the above conditions; and, upon full payment, according thereto, the under signed will execute and deliver to the pur chaser, or his lawful representatives, on de mand, a good and sufficient and absolute deed Of Conveyance Of the abstracted lands, In form of warranty against grantor, the grantee pay ing the cost of such deed. The location is very desirable. All that has heretofore been lacking la water, and that want is now filled. Anywhere else, in us de sirable location, lots readily command from 8500 to $1,000, und even higher rates. This property is put at the astonishing low price of from $300 toß4oo. But this Is not all. This may be paid In currency and a reduction of fifteen per cent will be made for casli in hand. Prof. O. S. Fowler, Of New York and Boston, will lecture In TURN VEREIN HALL, LOS ANGELES, AT 7:30 ON Wednesday Even'g, April I, ON PHRENOLOGY As applied to LIFE, HEALTH, and SELF CULTURE. FREE. Thursday Even'g April 2d, LOVE, COURTSHIP, and a HAPPY MAR RIAGE. Saturday and Monday, at 2, To ladies, FEMALE HEALTH, and BEAUTY illustrated by French Feminine Models. Saturday and Monday Ev'ng, At 7:30, to gentlemen, MANHOOD, WOMAN HOOD, und SEXUAD SCIENCE. Admission 50 4'ourse Tickets SI 00 (At the door.) Consultations as to your own nnd children's phrenology, best business, health, Improvement, etc., from 8 a. m. daily, at his suit of rooms al the PICO HOUSE, From April Ist, only till Wednesday, April Bth. mr24-d<sw f FAREWELL — TO — Mr. Samuel W. Piercy, Tendered by the citizens of Dos Angeles. Dramatic, Musical and Literary E V E IST I N Gr — AT — TURN VEREIN HALL, Monday, March 80th» On which occasion a YOUNG DADY of this city will appear as "JULIET," in the Great BALCONY SCENE. For further particulars sec small bills. in2B DR. HOBBS, SURGEON, PHYSICIAN AND LECTURER on PHYSIOLOGY, from the Island Con tinent direct, will arrive in this city about the mouth of April and will trout ull diseases on a new and natural system, without tho aid of any anti-vital agents whatever. Dr. H. is well recommended by the laculty, having taken two degrees, nnd lias been engaged in the profession for many years. He lias two objects in locating—first, to enjoy for himscli and family a salubrious climate, and second, to bless suffering humanity. Dos Angeles, March 24, 1874. mr2s-tf For Sale. OPEN BUGGIES, ONE TOP BUGGY, ONE PHAETON BUGGY, Direct importations from Boston, ex chip Cleopatra. J. L. WARD A CO., mr2B-lw 4.1 Main street. J. STRELITZ. MERCHANT TAILOR, AND FASHION ABLE CLOTHIER. No. 7S Main Ntreet, in front of the wri<-iit Naloon, Downey Block. A large stock of the newest Cloths. Good fits guaranteed. mr24-tf | Homes for Everybody ! FINE. DRY, AIRY LOCATION. Sploiiditl Prices Low, —AND— THE BEST OF TERMS. The magnificent Beaudry Tract, overlook ing the city, nnd superior In every respect, has been laid out In Elegant Residence Dots, and placed in tho market at prices and on termi that will place Splendid homes within the reach of all. Those lots will bo sold on the popular INSTALLMENT PLAN, giving every industrious mechanic v chance to secure a home In tho Most Elegant Part of the City, for a nominal sum per month. Also, a huge number of BUILDING AND BUSINESS LOTS in all parts of the city. Ranches for Sale. OFFICE—OPPOSITE THE PICO HOUSE, Dos Angki.kl, Cal. 37HVE building lots near the bridge cross -3 ins the Dos Angeles river. ONE lot 50 feet front by 100 feet deep on the West side of New High street, directly in rear of Lazard «fc Co's store. ONE lot fronting on Buena Vista street in rear of the above. Hp WO lota, Nos. 1 and 2, (Ton ting on Eternity JL street, adjoining Beaudry Terrace on the north. SEVEN lots, Nos. 8, 0,10, 22, ifl, 20 and 21, lil'k 104, Bellevue Terrace Tract, near the Woolen Mill. SEVEN lots, Nos. 12,18,15,10, 17, 19 anil 20, fronting on Hope street and Bunker Hill avenue, between 8a and 4th streets. T7HVE lots, Nos. 13, 11. 15, 17 nnd 18, do. do. 1' between 2d and 3d streets. rriWO lots, Nos. 11 and 12, do. do. between JL Ist and 2d streets. T71017R Tots, Nos. 12, 13, 18 and 16, do. do. Jj between Court and Ist streets. OIK lots: Nos. 11,12, 18, 15, 16 and 17, do. do. IO between Temple and Court streets. lots, Nos. 3, 4, 5 and 6, fronting on r Charity street and Banker Hill avenue between 2d and 3d streets. FIVE lots, Nos. 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6, do. do. be tween Ist and 2d streets. SIX lots, Nos. 1,2, 3, 5, 6 and 7, do. do do. lots, Nos. S, 6, 7 and 9, do. do. do. rpWO lots, Nos. 12 and 13, fronting on east JL side of Charity streut. between Court and First streets. FOUR lots, Nos. 4, 5, 7 and 8, fronting on west side of Olive street between Court and Ist streets. TWO lots, Nos. 7 nnd 8, fronting on west side of Olive street, corner of Olive and Temple streets. THREE lots, Nos. 10, Hand IS. fronting on east side of olive street, between Court and Ist streets. ONE lot on the corner of First and Hill streets. THREE lots, Nos. 16, 17 and 18, Beaudry tract, fronting on Olivo street, between Ist and 2d streets. "VTINE lots, Nos. 10 to 18 inclusive, do. do. J3| between 2d and 3d streets. "DLOCK 1, do. d. containing 10 lots bounded, _I_> by 2d, 3d, Olive and Charity streets. BLOCK 4 do. do. 20 lots, bounded by 3d, Ith, Olive and Charity streets, all UU x 165 sleet. Water-Pipes* have been laid on Third, Olive, Charity, Ilnnker Hill Avenue nnd Hope streets. In the Louisiana Tlomestead tract, bound ed by 7th, 9th, Grlflln and Uellevue streets, the following lots will be sold for $100, except the corners which are 8125. These lie just, above Judge King's homestead, receiving the ocean breeze: Dots 1 to 10 inclusive, Block E. Dots 1 to 10 do do C. Ix>ts 1 to 19 de do D. Dots 1 to 10 do do A. Each lot having a frontage of 100 feet by a depth of 165 tect. Upwards of 5000 of 4 and 5 inch pipes have been laid for tho purpose of supplying these lots with water. ALSO, several tracts containing from five to ten acres, within the city limits. 1017 acres of land in lots to suit purchasers, in the Han Fedro Ranrh, one mile westot the Railroad, With several artesian wells, flowing since the year 18« S. ISO 2 acres of land In tho Verdugo Ranch, 4y t miles from the city, with several springs ofwater.anda considerable quantity of tim ber. T'..o Verdugo and San Pedro Hunchos wfl. be sold iv quantities to suit purchasers. These liberal terms left open uutll April 12th, 1874, decU PRUDENT DEACDRT, THE CASH STORE! HARRIS ft JACOBY, 63 M /VI > STREET, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Gent's Furnishing 1 Goods. FANCY GOODS, YAIVKKI<] NOTIONS, TOYS, Musical Instruments, Baby wagons, SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Importing our goods direct, we are prepared to sell cheaper than any othei house south of Fan Fraucisco. TRY US. 63 Main Street. HARRIS & JACOBY, Proprietors of the Cash Store. from to HAS ARRIVED On Saturday Morning, Feb. 28th, WITH A VERY LARGE AND FASHIONABLE STOCK OF DRY GOODS, Fancy Goodb, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Carpets, Etc. GOODS WILL BE SOLD LOWER THAN AT ANY OTHER STORE. K. H. WORKMAN. WM. K. WORKMAN. WORKMAN BROS. MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTER*! OK HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS, SADDLKHY WARE, Etc. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF Ladies' and Gentlemen's Traveling Hags, Sntehels and Valises on Hand. FINE CARRIAGE, BUGGY, STAGE AND TEAM HARNESS AND SADDLES OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. WE ARE PREPARED TO OFFER GREAT lIV DUCEMENTS TO PURCHASERS. EST REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO Come and see us at tl>e sign of the RIG HORSE, 70 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. >lATTHIAS GRAY, 623 and 625 Clay street, Sun Francisco, and 101 First street, Portland, Oregon, AGENT FOR STEINWAY'S GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS Wor the whole Pacific Coast. , Un ._„„, for the BURDKTT OR<!AN,the SIIONINGER ORGAN, HAINES PTANO, n,n TrLt c Qvlld."charota Square, kIIANICH & BACH, ERNEST GABLER amf *«he ONLY Music Publishing House on the Paciic Coast, BRASS AND STRING INSTRUMENTS, of the Unest quality and tone. Music mailed on receiptor marked price. CODE COMMENTARIES It CHAS. LINDLET, Late Code Commissioner. Taut L of this work is now ready for tha profession. It contains: I. —Disintegration and Integration of Legal Systems. 11. —Historic Glance at Codltlcatlon. 111. —Practical Codification and Amend ment. IV. —Appendix. Letter to H. H. Haight and others—Future Treatment of the Codes. Under the first head are briefly Heated—The Philosophy of Law; The Science of Law; Common and Statute Law—their Flexibility and Rigidity; Fragmentary Expression of the Common Law; Effect of Political nnd Social Changes on Legal Systems. Under the second bead is contained a His toric Glance at Codification, including Ro man, French, Spanish, Canadian and Ameri can. Thus far the work presents a clear, terse view of the subject, and brings the reader to the third bead, Practical Codillcation, with liis mind better prepared to appreciate what follows. Under tbe third head, Practical Codifica tion, are the sub-heads: Axiomatic Proposi tions; Preparation of the Act authorizing Codification; Requisite Qualification of Com missioners; Compensation; Time for tbe Per formance of the Work; and Rules lor Codifi cation and Amendment. These rules, seven teen iv number, are elaborated and illustrated by sections drawn from the Code. The work has un eight page Appendix, in the form of a letter to H. H. Haight and others, touching the author's eonnccticn with the Code Commission and the causes of his resignation: touching also the rutUN treat ment of tne Codes. The last is an important matter, and should engage the attention of every lawyer in the State. The authoi Is evi dently master of his subject, and has given to It an unsparing, analytical, demonstrative treatment. The work bus come iii a most op portune moment, containing, us it does, most Important recommendation)) as to the mode of amending the Codes. The work will bo mulled, post paid, by SUMNER WHITNEY & CO., Han Francisco, xb receipt of price, Si 09. JUISS <uv w |»AKD FOR SALE. LOCATED ABOUT TWO MILES south of the Los Nletos Depot. A splendid tiO-ACRE LOT Is offered for 46*} sule on the most liberal terms. The loca- Zjjf tion is very desirable, und the land is iv good condition. Last year it produced a crop of 115 bushels ot 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. The solo reason for sacrificing t his property is to meet certain obligations immediately. TERMS— one-half cash, und the balance in one or two years. also An 80-ACRE TRACT, located on tho line of the railroad going east to Mud Springs, and embraced in the Han Jose Rancbo. This is a most desirable piece of land, is in a first-rate M condition; under fence, and good water right; on which are growing 10,000 grape vines In a full bearing condition: lias a large commodious DWELLING-HOUSE; all to be sold on easy terms. For particulars, apply to P. C. TONNER, Spadra, or at oeltt-tf HERALD OFFICE. Trees for Sale. ORANGE, LEMON, LIME and English Walnut trees, four und five years old. The five-year old frees are the largest tver offered lor sale in this county. The above trees will he sold cheap, and in quantities at reduced prices. For particulars, inqulreof the undersign, on Main street, two miles from tho Court House, Also, 80 acres of land, with house and 19 acres of alfalfa, for rent on corner of Main und Jefferson streets. U)s Angeles, v e b. Oth, 1871. 10H MILTON THOMAS. FEAST. T OS ANGELES GRANGE No. 3(5, 1-J Patrons of Husbandry, will celebrate the " Harvest Feast" at their hall in Los Angeles on S„turday, March 28, 187t, ut 2 o'clock, V. M. sharp. Patrons of sister granges, as well us numbers of lxis Angeles Grange are invited to be present. By order of the Grange. THOS. A. GAREY, Master. T. D. Hancock, Secretary. inr24-td