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SUNDAY MARCH 29, 1874.
Masonic Notice. I.os Angeles Lodge No. 12. F. .V A. M.— The stated meetings of this Lodge are held on the first Monday of each month at 7:30 P. M. Members of Pentalpba, No. 202, and all Mas ter Masons in good standing are cordially in vited. S. C.FOY.W.M. Chas. Smith, Secretary. Religious Notices. First CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, New High Street.—Preaching at IIA. m. and 9, -M. by the Pastor Rev. I>. T. Packard. Subject in the evening, "Our Good Angels." Fobt-Strxxt M. E. Church—Preaching at 11 a. m. and 1% p. M. by Rev. Campbell. Sab bath School ut 2 p, m. M. E. Church, South—Rev. A. M. Camp bell, pastor. Services at Leek's Hall, at 11 A. M. and 7::W P. M. Babhftta School at 12:30 l>. M. Sr. Athanashjs' EPISCOPAL Church—Cor ner New High and Temple streets. Services In the morning at 11 o'clock. Presbyterian.—Preaching at the County Court-room to-day at 11 o'clock, by the Rev. A. Calhoun, of Philadelphia. Subject : "The Choice of Moses." ;The public are in vited. Catholic CnritfH—Mass, sermon in Span ish at 7 and 8:30 A. M. High mass and ser mon in English 10:30 A. M. Catechism atß P. M. Vespers and benediction at 1 p. m. Ser mon in English at TP. m. "Important dispatch."—Han Fran cisco March 271 li, 1871, Important, Lafayette Hotel, Los Angeles.—Very favorable arrange ments with Eastern manufacturers eom plctcted. Another discount of eight per cent on domestics and fancy goods. Reduce your prices. MKYBBSTBTN & Lowkniierr. The above was received yesterday, vim see the Important intends to give the public the advantage of all discounts and deserves to be patronized, they have en route a very large line of Domestics and Fancy Goods which they expect to-day and of which they will say more in a day or so. Received to-day 2") very fine Heaver suits worth §45, which they offer for $2->. The goods from steamer Kalorama arc all In now, and another line of fine Dress Goods, Ladles' and Children's Huts, Velvet and Silk Ribbon, Rushing Buttons, Trim mings, Corsets, etc., arrived on steamer Sena tor, all of which are the newest of goods, and will bo sold at the lowest prices. If you hap pen to be out, do not fail to stop in at the new storo Important, under the Lafayette Hotel, to see ull the new and pretty goods. School and Miscellaneous Rooks, Law Rooks and Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Books, Albums, and Ladies' Writin g Pianos, Organs. Violins and Accord ions, and otlier Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by BRODRICK & CO., * Booksellers and Stationers. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store 6,000 Its Tobacco Dust for Hlieepwash & 7eta. per lb. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store Open Back White Shirts % 81 75. At Harris' <fe Jacoby's Cash Store dozen pure linen handkerchiefs for SI. GOLD REPORT. Han Francisco, March 28th. Gold,ll3Vr. Greenbacks—Buying, 8&4; selling, 89;^. Real Estate Transactions. Deeds filed for record for the week endine 4 O'clock P. M., March 28, 1574, as reported for the Hei.ald byJudsonA Gillette, searchers of ro.'ord for Los Angeles county. H Dalton to J E Hannon—ls9 56-100 acres in Ranobo San Franeisquito; 81,900. L A City to Mary Carey—L,ot 3 in block 10 west side Spring street between Fourth and Fifth; 81. T A Garey to H F Gardner—2o acres near Richland; 8">oo. Thos Carey et ux to .1 C Zahn et al—Lot 3 In block 10, Spring street between Fourth and Fifth; 82,000. Andrea X de Dnviln to Bernardo nnd Javier Yorba—lsß7s-100 acres in Rancho Canyon d 3 Santa Ana ; |1, etc. S W La How to Gardner Howland—Agree ment to sell 40 acres south of the city for 81,400. I' B Gerety to Ira Carpenter et al— acres in RnnchoSan Antonio; 82,200. J \V Potts to P Beaudry—An undivided one half of 45 certain lots in Mott tract; 8562 50. Jacob Keller to Arthen Heimnnn—Lots 57 and 58 in block E, Heitnann & George's addi tion to Anaheim; 81. etc. Exports. March 28th— 7 pipes h'-andy, 6 bbls brandy, 1* pipes wine, 401 bars bullion, 52 bxs oranges, 20 bales w001,9 pkgs sugar cane, 1 car ind.se lor Spadra and way stations. Team Departures. March 2Sth-To Panamint, 1, to P M Co; to Present t, 1, to R Meaehan; to San Bernardino, 3, 2 to M A Co, 1 assorted. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON. ARarston.Sß Gen G n Stoneman, A H Crocker, S F W Craig, S B G W Brophy, S B Mrs Doble, L Nletos R Egan, N Juan 0 B Ruwson, Anah'e PICO. O L North, Riverside A F Woodwortli, Ind B F Harllne, Ohio W Craig, S Bernard O W Bugly, || Rev R Blakeslce. LAFAYETTE. J E Bacon, R Negwit, .IGordan.SD Mrs Eldridge, Anah'e R N White, Anah'e L Llttlefleld, do AKohltr, do E M Hanson, S F A A Greenly, La P 0 W Otis, Petaluma M Kratz A daughter J Temple, s Jacinto J Green, Santa Clara TYVolende, G W Humton, L A Co UNITED STATES. F Hailing, Flos S J Lintell, Indepen'ce E H Lansecor, O Erkel, Morlok W 0 Melley, M Thorndkc.Tcmeseal W H Cade, S B. Stage Arrivals and Departures. COAST LINE. ARRIVALS. A T Crocker, A V Woodwortli, BFllariinc, j Green, J 'J' Reed, G North, W Baratow, Judge Female, McClemn, Miss Sauches, Mr Hudson. DEPARTURES. J G Corey. TELEGRAPH LINE. DEPARTURES. Alexander M Sam, Miss M McLean, J \V Shanklln, J JJaury. Crop Out-look. Never in the history of foot-hill farming has the prospect of abundant crops been more flattering than at present. Copious rains have fallen al most daily during the past week, giv ing the young grain a vigorous start. The fields in the vicinity, as well as the hills generally, are clothed in green, and vegetation under the gen ial influence of the warm rains is rap idly springing up. Our fanners who have added to their cultivated lands during the past year, will reap a just reward for their industry and enter prise; not only will the hay and grain crops prove unusually large, but ap pearances indicate the fruit crop will be abundant. From the present ad vanced growth of the young grain, it is thought no untoward after season can to any extent affect the contem plated yield.—[Amador Ledger. The camphor tree perfumes the air, and its leaves yield the finest honey. It often reaches a hundred feet in higbt, with a girth of fifty feet. The precious gum is found sometimes In layers as large as a man's arm, but more frequently in small fragments, extracted with sharp pointed instru ments. The wood is excellent for house, ship timber and furniture, and excepting the teak and calambuco, is the only wood never attacked by the myriads of voracious insects in the East Indies. The common kinds of camphor are produced by distillation. Egyptian Corn. We have enough of this new grain to plant perhaps an acre of ground, which we wish to intrust to some far mer who will pay attention to its cul tivation. The grain is new and but little understood, but we believe will prove of great value. This we have, was raised on a small piece of ground in our garden, and from tho quantity produced from a few grains, we feel satisfied, with proper cultivation, it will yield 150 bushels to the acre; be sides the stalk and blades will make most excellent fodder for stock. The grain itself, from appearances, will make as fine flour as can be produced from any wheat grown. Tho stalks will grow to the bight of 12 or 11 feet, with from one to three large heads containing grain, each large head composed of 200 or 300 smaller heads, resembling our ordinary wheat. — [Amador Ledger. The people of Denver, Col., were recently treated to a mirage; the sight was provokingly brief, but very grand. The News of that place describes the objects reproduced as follows: "A double or reversed image of the Rocky Mountains, from Mount Vernon to Cache la Poudre, and from the foot liills hack to the grandest peaks, was suspended in the air on the east of the city, and apparently just beyond the outermost houses. The refraction was so perfect that those who saw the mir age were actually puzzled to distin guish between the real and the ficti tious mountains. The lovely but un substantial picture, with its heaped-up beauties in endless variety, was quickly dissipated, the white turban of Long Peak being the last object to vanish." Perhaps love is never so potent as when it seizes upon those who have passed their first youth, or even those who have passed the prime of life. The choice made is then likely to be thoroughly suited to the nature of the man; and any intellectual gifts on the part of the woman are likely to be more attractive to a man of this age than to a younger person. Besides, there is a feeling that as life is not likely to be very long this late love is the last thing to be clung to; and that after it, should it be lost, all will be desolation.—[lvan de Biron. Special Notices. To the AlHicted. Grateful not only for entire relief from ter rible sufTering of seven years standing but for a perfect cure of internal piles by an opera tion scarcely more painful than my daily sufferings before the operation, 1 feel it a duty I owe to those similarly afflicted to give this testimonial of the skillful and efficient treatment of Dr. J. H. Leal of Los Angeles. Dr. Deal's success is more highly appreciated from the hot that several of the prominent physians of Los ADgeles had treated me with out understanding my disease and of course without success. ISABELL MARTIN. San Gabriel, March 14, 1871. mhlB-2m "Right Dress!" I. Hauch, Merchant Tailor, No. 6 Commer cial street, receives the latest styles of goods by every steamer, and makes up clothing fashionably,and of the best workmanship. Give him your orders and he will give you "fits" in style. t< Another fine lot of Jewelry, "Watch es, Diamonds, and Clocks, Just received at Fisher & Co.'s. * Look at This! The only place in the city to get choice Engravings, Chromos, Oil Paintings, etc., is at M. V. Ponet's, 66 Main street, where you can buy them cheap for cash, or pay in weekly installments of from 25 cents to $1, ac cording to the amount purchased. »ta.ThetideofimmlgraUonls steadily set ting in, and the flrsi thing eastern people do is to throw away theil New York Hats and buy a new one of Desmonu. They say there Is no comparison between ike f to. o aa. Every style ol Painting and Glazing done in the highest style of art, and at reason able rates, by C. Rai hael A Co. STRUGGLE FOR LIFE I TfIXISTENCE AND LIFE BEING SO *y closely related to each other, it is im portant to struggle for an existence WHILE WE LIVE. The question: How will you exist when you sell your goods at these LOW FIGURES, I pass in silence, determined, however, to bring a still Greater Sacrifice. Havo returned from the market with the most complete stock of DRY GOODS, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. I wish that my friends and the public In general would take notice of the following prices: 1,000 pieces Calicos, best brands $ 10 250 " 7-8 bleached Muslin 10 250 »J 4-4 " " 12} Also, all brands you may inqulro for. 50 pieces Gingham 16j} 150 11 assortd Dress Goods 20 50 " Pique 20 100 " Grenadine 12} 25 M M 20 100 " 4-4 Linen Lawn 25 200 Shawls of the newest pat terns, at 2 50 50 doz white Hose, $1 doz 1 50 50 " Damask Towels, $ doz 150 1,000 prs foxed Ralmoral Shoes, $ pair 1 50 And a thousand and one articles which will be sold accordingly. These Extraordinary Low Figures arc accounted for by the fact that I have pur chased a'greater part of my goods for cash: ami as 1 am bound to raise the cash, 1 shall sell the goods at the above stated prices for THIRTY r> A. Ys, Without Reserve. Whoever Is in for saving money will cer tainly do well to call around and inspect tho goods before purchasing elsewhere. E. LEVENTHAL, Cor. Commercial and Los Augclea St., HELLMAN BLOCK. N. B.—Please Remember the Place! mr2Mf LINES OF TRAVEL. paclfi c ¥aTsteamshi P~Clb\ Change of Schedule. The Largest Ships ! THE BEST ACCOMMODATIONS, , THE QUICKEST TIME Free Wharfage af San Francisco. THE STEAMERS ORIZABA & SENATOR, FOR l^raneisoo, < Ailing nt Sun In. Itarbiirn only, Leaw Am I Arrive San I Leave San I Arrive San Francisco. \ I'ttfru. \ Vidro, \ Francisco. ST 10 A M Kit OlilZA HA, CAIT. If. J. JOHNSTON. April 11 April 3|April 5| April KTEAMKU SENATOR CAIT. li. I). Koltrs. Mar 381 Mar 80|Apri1 llApril 8 April B|April 10|April I2|April 11 For San Francisco via Way Porta. Steamer PACIFIC, Thos. Btotbard Commander Leaves I Arrives I Leaves I Arrives Sau Fran | San Pedro | San l'eUrol San Frfln Mar 91 Mar 131 Mar 181 Mar it> Mar l«|.\lar 211 Mar 23|.Mar 20 Cabin Passage to Kan Francisco..s6 oo Meals and sialeroom included. Freight, per ton $1 50 THE STEAMER "California," BsrCarrying Oombnil il>les,"s« And other [might, will leave San Francisco for San l'edro and San Diego and ail Way Porte. Tuesday, March 24th. Returning, will leave San Pedro Tuesday March 81st, The CAILFORNIA lias recently been fitted up especially tor a Stock boat, and lias ample accommodations for 8,000 sheep. FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA, Steamers leave San Francisco March 14th and 28th and every fourteen days thereafter and call at Mazatlan, Munzani'llo and Acur pulco. PASSAGE: To New York, via San Francisco. Cabin, upper deck $10* Cabin, lower deck " 98 Steerage , 54 FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. Steamers leave San Francisco on the first of every month. Through liills of Lading signed to New York, Europe, Mexico and South America. Plans of Steamer's Cabin at Agent's oflice. For Passage or Frlegbt apply to 11. McI.ELLAN, Agent for Los Angeles County. Office, 61 Main street, opposite headofl'oin mereial. mrt GOODALL, NELSON &, PERKINS' STEAMSHIP LINES. The ELEGANT and FAST BAIL SMptfIINQ STEAMSHIPS of this Line will sail regularly, as follows: Steamship VENTURA, Captain . Steamship CONSTANTINE. Captain MARK HARLOE. From San Francisco, Thursday March stli. Thursday March mils. Returning, Will sail from San Pedro, Tuesday 24th. Steamship kalorama Captain OEORGE ELLIOLT, FROM SAN FRANCISCO : Saturday March 14 th, FROM SAN PEDRO: Thnrsdny March 19th. Steamship MONTEREY DEBNEY, Master. Cartylng Freight only, including Combusti bles, will sail as per special advertisement. •T. L. WARD & CO., Agents, mrlt-tf ] No. 4M Main street. LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO RAILROAD, ON AND AFTER NOV. 1, 1873, trains will run as tollows, leaving WILMINGTON—7:IS A. M. and 1 P. M. LOS ANGELES—IO A. M. and 3:15 P. M. Except on days of steamers' arrival and de parture, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers for San Francisco and San Diego will leave Los Angeles by the 10 A. M. train, connecting at Wilmington With the Compa ny's steamer. *»tT First-class passenger cars will run regu lurly. No Charge Tor Storage to Merchants in the Country. JOHN MILNER, Agent at Los Angeles. oc2tf E. E. HEWITT. Supt. MILLINGTON'S Dancing Academy, AT LIOCIt'S HALL. For Gentlemen, Tuesdays and Fridays at S o'clock P. M. For Ladies and Children, Saturday at 2 o'clock P. M. Private Lessons nt all Hour.. mrl-tf] J. S. MH.LINOTON. Ladies' Hair Goods. MRS. CAROLINE Itt ItTOX, Lmlios' Hull* Oresser, BRAIDS, CURXS" AND WATER- Falls kept on hand. Wigs made to order on short notice. Tangled hair straightened, and made into any shape. Perfumes of the finest quality forsule. SHOP ON SPRING ST.. Ja2ot Opposite the Postolflce. CITY LAUNDRY, KINTH STREET, BETWEEN Grusshopper and Grittin streets, LOS ANGEIJiS. Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT WASHING done on reasonable terms. PEARL BUTTONS sewed on, and ordinary MENDING done. Wasblugcalled for and de livered, FUME OF CHARGE. ttti" Order slate ut Brodcnek's Hook Store. no2-lnilp J. S. O'NEII. Carriage Wagon P A I IV TIIV O Neatly and promptly done at Nos. 24 and 26, Aliso Street, Botweon Los Angeles and Alameda streets 122 tf THOMAS J. MURRAY. Montana Meat Market. THEODORE FRCEHLINOER. The best nnd tenderest meats tv, in the market. Nona but the I ">v''^3 Prlmest Beef and Mutton..mOi ever to be found. Note the address—Montana Meat Market, Main street near First, Los A n gelee. oclltf LIQUORS, ETC. POETRY. Though preachers may preach and teachers teach Of the evil effects of drink, 'Tis music sweet to a man of wit To hear the glasses clink. Both WebWer and Cl&y, who In their day The nation's affairs did guide, At 11 A. M. each day were sera With bottles by their side Say what you will—talk with skill— 'Tis true beyond a doubt, That sparkling wine is a gift divine Lin would be drear without. HOT TTu IV C 1 H set veil from 11 to \yi A. M., and in the evening from Still 12 o'clock, at the PALACE SALOON, No. 07 Temple Block, miT-lfl WILLIAMS A ROGERS, Prop'rs. CUCAMONGA WINE. DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S WINE CELLAR, underneath the U. S. Hotel. Wine by the Glass, Bottle or Gallon. All kinds of Liquors, Wines and Bitters at wholesale and retail. NOTICE. ""'• The public of Los Angeles arc hereby noti fied that DOOtherpenon in Los Angeles but Louis Mesmer lias wines from the Cooomongo ranches. J. L. SANSEVAIN. Pogjplro I. LAUTH. LOUM IWARJS. FRITS MI'.NZ. NEW YORK BREWERY, PHIL. LAUTH &, CO., (Successors to Chris. Hcnne) Proprietors. The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST HRIL LIANL LAGER BEER Sout.i of San Francisco. Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED 8.-.LR promptly attended to. The celebrated Deer from this Brewery de fies competition In the State. mro-tf BREWERY. WE ARE NOW READY TO SUP ply the public with the very best kind of LAGER BEER! Orders left at CASWELL & ELLIS', or the BREWERY, Will be promptly attended to. Jan2'>3m WATTELET A YOGEL. CITY BREWERY And SALOON, Cor. Second and Spring Streets, LOS ANGELES Fine Lager Beer for sale IS QUANTITIES TO SUIT. no2-lmlp JOS. LEIBER. Proprietor. DOCKWEILER'S SALOON, I'mler Temple HllildillX, Entrance on Main street, Los Angeles. LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT A SPECIALTY. ALSO, Eastern and California Oysters And other edibles in season, and the Very Best Liquors & Cigars. A First-class Lunch at All Hours. mr!B CONGRESS HALL SATTER & BAYER, PROPRIETORS, Basement.OOr, Main and RequinaSts. All the delicacies of the season. A NICI COLD LUNCH at v minute's notice. Winei Ales, Porters, Liquors and Champagnes, ot the very choicest brands. Caviar, Snrilolleii. Swiss and I.inibnrgcr Comm. A line l'.illinrd Table in the Hall. oc2-2n JOSEPH BRESON, SAMPLE ROOMS, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST. • The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS, and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted south of San Francisco. KiTTeinple Block, next to Wells, Fargo & Company's olliee. no2-lmtp E. A. I AKOO. J. It- FARGO. t). 11. NYE. E. A. FARCO & CO., IMI'OHTKItS AND JO 11U KIM OF BRANDIES, WINES & LIQUORS, 310 Front street, cor, Commercial, mils] SAN FRANCISCO. [3m U-«W~!J»llJMMJJ»i«l«««MI««UlWJUM I 11111 l 111 I I lU. FORWARDING St COMMISSION. HELLMAN, HAAS & CO., Forwarding & Commission MER CHANTS, HAVE FOR SALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE REST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest Imported Brands. PAINTS, OILS, BOOKS AND SAKIIFS, BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 14 and IS Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., no3l LOS ANGELES. flm ROUSE & LAWS, General Commission Merchants, .'tin Oavls Street, Snn rrnuciHco. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED from Fanners, Granges, and Dealers In Grain, Fruit, Wool, Dairy Products, Eggs, Hides, etc. Usual A-flviuices Made. Sales Uiiick, Returns I'ronipt, mr'.'liU-w-tf 1 Orders Cnrelnlly Filled. POMMISB TON MERCHANT. General dealer in all kinds of COUN TRY PRODUCTIONS, Hides, Grain and Wool. Makes advances on Consignments to all pails of the United States. Nos. HI and 31 Aliso St.. LOS ANGELES. ocs-ly lp I. B. FERGUSON'S QOMMISSION HOUSE Is the Exclusive Commission Ifonsc to KO to lor Lvcrythiutf Toil Want. no«-tt C A LIFORNIA Loan and Broker's Office E. CREENBAUM, At Ilelliiian sit.m i.. Los AngelesNtrect. Casli advanced on collaterals and merchant disc. Greenbacks, gold and silver bought ami sold. All kinds of produce bought and cash advanced on commissions. dct-tf • MUSIC. LESSONS on the Piano, Guitar and Organ, §4% OO r»er Month. feb6-tf »» SPRING Street. Ffj#l PIANO TUNING, $3, If within the city limits. Charges for coun try moderate. ttJL.AU mechanical work guaranteed. Leave orders nt Ait and Music Rooms, No. C 5 Dow ney B.wck, or attilinonds' Candy stoiw felTtf J. D, PATRICK. REAL ESTATE. The Steams Ranches. ALFRLB ROBINSON, TruutM, 512 Market Street. Sun Friiucisco, « Qffc 000 ACRES OF LAND UVIVVV for sale, in lot* to suit, suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Figs, Almomls, Walnuts, Peuches, Ap ples, Fears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flux, Ramie, Cotton, etc., und also many thousand acres of Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suitable for Dairying. Good water is abundant at an average depth of six feet from the surface. On almost every acre of this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele vated portions can be irreguted by the water of the Santa Ana river. Moat of these lands are naturally mwlst, requiring only good cul tivation to produce crops. TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In one, two atid three years, with 10 per cent interest. I will take pleasure in showing these lands to parties seeking land, who are invited to come and see tills extensive tract before pur chasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, May 24, 1873. mr3-tf Farms for Sale! IVKA.It NIETOS DEPOT A Bf ACRES—FIRST-CLASS FOR JZtJ corn or fruit, with wood and Mb water. Trice, $1,800. 2\Su OQi ACRES NEAR THE COL %J Csi LEGE—not in cultivation—one mile south of the L. N. R. R. $1,800. O fig ACRES ALL IN CULTIVA •J * * TION — first-class Improved — near Gallatin—one mile south of L. N. R. R. $2,500 Qpi ACRES FIRST-CLASS, IN OV/ cultivation, with the best artesian well and'reservoir in the county. 4 miles east of Nietos Depot. $0,000. Apply to oc3otftf J. B. HOLLOWAY, Gallatin, 4K ACRES ONE MILE EAST tJot Nletos Depot, on the line of the Railroad. Eighty bushels of corn per acre was raised on the land this year. There Is also a good dwelling house, corn crib, etc. noB J. B. HOLLA WAY, Gallatin. THE BANK. WM. WOKKMAN. P. P. P. TEMPLE. TEMPLE & WORKMAN, BANKERS. TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. Receive Deposits, Issue their Certificates and transact a GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS. DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK [LIMITED), AT SAN FRANCISCO. I Exchange for sale on New Yorli, Hamburg, London, Berlin and Paris, Frankfort. Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dust and Gov ernment, State, County and City Bonds bought and Sold. Receive valuables for safe kcep inir. ATTENTION ! TO THE LOS ANGELES TRADE. TILE GREAT LEADING BOOT & SHOE EMPORIUM ! OF SLANEY BROS. WE beg to inform our patrons of the city ami county of Los Angeles, that we have add ed to our Large Stock of Boots Ac Hlioes A SPLENDID ADDITION OF SAN FRANCISCO. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA MANUFACTURES OF TUB LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES, Which we are prepared to sell at the Very Lowest Prices ! "We wish our patrons to understand that our GOODS ARE OF THE FINEST QUALITY. As our long experience will enable us to have such goods manufactured that will DEFY COMPETITION We have given It careful study to have good substantial, nnd stylish goods manu factured, so that we can CHALLENGE THE PACIFIC COAST To be able to produce so Large and Magnificent an Assortment In any one Firm. Come and Examine Our splendid stock, and you will find, as represented, that our goods are of the best that can be manufactured, and we should advise our patrons not to be running around looking for paper shoes while they can be supplied with good, substantial goods at tho same rates at SLANEY BROS., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LEATHER AND SHOE FINDING Sign oftlie Big- Boot, Cor. Commercial & Los Angeles Sts., Jul7 Lois A ngelea. 3m-ls BILL-HEADS— AT THE CHEAP est rules at the Herald office. ANAHEIM ADVERTISEMENTS. PLANTERS' HOTEL, Cor. Los Angeles and Center Streets, ANAHEIM, CAL., JOHN FISCHER Proprietor, OFFERS FIRST-CLAIMS Ac commodations to the traveling public All stages arrive at and depart, from this house. Terms moderate. no!4-tf ANAHEIM HOTEL, MAX NEBELUNG P-oprletor. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS for travelers nnd visitors. Stage* f*-)i" ull parts of the country urrlve and dey-a'' from this house. Attached to the hotel are N. H. MITCHELL S Pioneer Livery, Sale and Feed Stables, CENTER STREET, OPPGfjITE Poplar Row, ANAHEIM. The very best accommodations for visitors and travellers. Grcntle Saddle 1101*868 constantly on hand, and furnished at shortest notice. oclltf E. E. PIS ITER. 1., w. THATCIIER. FISHER &, CO., Jewelers & Watchmakers Have on hand an Immense Stock of Key and Stem-winding WATCHES. FISHER A CO. MA N i FACTE RE ALL KINDS OF SOLID JEWELRY. FISHER & CO. KEEP THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THEIR LINE. Manufactory and Salesrooms: No. 61 Main Street, Los Angeles. mr2Hf WILCOX & GIBBS IMPROVED NOISELESS < SIMPLE Light running u«&£3BB-*^ and Durable Family Sewing Machine. All kinds of 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. MaK rials of the best quality furnished at the lowest rates. All kinds ot Family Sewing and Repairing. Stitching by the Yard. M. L. lIAIT. deelT No. BO Spring St.. Los Angeles. Nothing Like It. MALONE'i PATENT Pruning Shears ! All Pruning Done From The Ground ! Heavy Sales Already Made. Now Used by Our Best Orchardlsts, The Symetry of the Tree I nl in paired. Nine Tenths or The Loss Saved by Using These Shears. Jnls-lstf. E. W. DOSS, Agt. for tab HOTEL FOR SALE Oi* to Lease —AT— SAN BERNARDINO. T3EING DESIROUS TO RETIRE -13 from business, I offer for sale my Hotel property, or will sell furniture and stock oy hand and give lease on the Hotel property for. five years. An Improved Garden Attached to the Hotel, and will be included in the lease. A. STARKE, feb 3-tf San Bernardino. TO THE PUBLIC. The Newly Established Firm of CASHION & LUNNEY, Offer for sale a splendid assortment of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS. TOBACCO, Etc., Etc,, At the lowest market prices. We respectfully solicit a share of the public potronage. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. CASHION A LUNNEY, f22tf 117 and 119 Main at. LOS ANGELES DRUG STORE LAFAYETTE BLOCK. DR. L. TERRY'S" NEW STORE AND NEW DRUGS MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES. PERFUMERIES, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, and FANCY ARTICLES. In short, every article usually found in a drug store. D. W FITZPATRICK^ Fatthionablo Tailor, Cor. Court and Spring- sts.. sar Gentlemen's Clothing made in the best manner, and latest style. ••-Finest Imported and Domesttc Cloths always on hand. Ja6tf LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES - AT - Perry, Wood worth A Co.'s LUMBER YARDS — A. H » — PLANING MILLS, No. IS Commercial street, Hear Rail read Depot. ■n-ju-tr LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Sealed Proposals. CILERK'S OFFICE BOARD OF SUPER- J visors Los Angeles county, State of Cali fornia.—ln accordance Willi the order of said Board, notice Is herehv given that sealed pro posals will bo received ut this office until MONDAY, April 0, A. D. 1K74, nt 10 o'clock A. M.. the time fixed for opening the same, lor furnishing Medical Attendance ut the County Hospital ai d Jail for one year, commencing April (i,1571. The said Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, as the public good may require. Proposals to be diieeted to said Board and endorsed "Medical Attendance." A. W. POTTS, Clerk. T.ns Anirptpa. Mnrch fl. 1874. mrl2-td Sealed Proposals. CLERK'S OFFICE BOARD OF SUPER vlsors Los Angeles county, rdute of Cali fornia.—ln accordance with an order of said Board, notice Is hereby given that scaled pro posals will be received at this office until MONDAY, April 0, A. D. 1874. at 10 o'clock A. M.,the time tlxed for opening the same, for furnishing Medicines for the County.Hospital and Jail for one year from June 1,1874. The ltoard reserves the right to reject any and nil bids, as the public good may require. A. W. POTTS, Clerk. Angeles. March H, 1874. mil2-tll CILERK'S OFFICE, BOARD OF StJPER j visors.—Ordered by said Board that all parties having claims against Los Angeles county must present the same to the Clerk, properly verified, as provided in Sections 4,072 and 4,073, Political Code, five days prior to tho first Monday in each month. Also ordered, that ail parties interested in Bnllona road ap pear before the Board at the next regulur meeting, April 6, 1874, when the matter will be heard. A. W. POTTS, Clerk Los Angeles, March 6, 1874. mrl2 td FOR SALE-TO LET. TO LET, OR FOR SALE—VERY Cheap— A good house and six acres of land, a short, mile from the Court-house, En quire of Hon. J. 8. THOMPSON, Temple.lßock Rent of house alone tit) per month. leB-tl A SADDLE HORSE FOR SALE.— A line Saddle Horse, extremely well trained, with Saddle and Bridle. Price JlOO. Apply at, the Hkkai.l) office. mr!2tf TO LET-I WILL FURNISH three or four rooms with Cottage Sets, in a pleasant locality, for one to two weeks, for a company of four to eight. Single rooms can be had by the day or month. Inquire of S. H. BLAUGHT, Real Estate Agent,4B Main street, near the Lafayette Hotel. mr2ti-St QAAHEAD OF STOCK HOGS *r\\J\J for sale—Also 2,000 split redwood p *'S at 25 cents, and ten thousand feet of ferclnj at $30 per thousand, all new and first ra c. Inquire at this offlce. LOS Vngeles, March 23, 1874. mr2,l-0t —^—I^————— WANTS-LOST-FOU N D. [Wants published at the rate of i>% cents per line for each Insertion, or 10 cents per line for three insertions. No advertisement under this head taken for less than 25 cents.) WANTED —ROOMS— Furnished or unfurnished. Address COL. PEEL, Clarendon Hotel. fe27tf LOST— A RLACK ENAMELED GOLD BRACELET, on the 24th instant, on the road to the Ban Amonlca sea-shore by way of the race track. Any person finding it will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at the Pico House. mr2S-3t'',' WANTED— A SERVANT TO cook and help take care of children in a small family. Address Box 62. mr27-3t Drug Store For Sale. A FINE AND COMPLETE DRUG STORE, situated on the southeast cor ner of the Plaza, near the Pico House, the principal hotel In the city of Los Angeles. The valuation of the drugs, medicines, and so on, is about $3,000. und can be purchased for $2,000 in U. S. gold coin, cash. In case the purchaser buys the store. It can be moved easily. We have in our neighborhood several fine villages, which are rapidly increasing in population and wealth. For a physician or druggist It will be a great bargain. The pro prietor of the store Is selling because his busi ness calls him out of the city. All the drugs and medicines in the stoic have been pur chased from the house of Reddingfon, Hos tetter & Co., San Francisco. For further par ticulars apply at this offlce or to Dr. Gelcich. mrll-lm A Fine Cooking Range for Sale. THE ABOVE-NAMED RANGE will be very useful in a hotel or boarding house. It is 12 feet by 3 leet, all in good con dition, and consumes but little wood. Can be purchased at a reasonable price for cash. Forparticulurs apply at this office, mrll-lm Laboratoryjrbr Sale. A COMPLETE CHEMICAL LAB ratory, which contains a fine oven, on on the latest style of Guido Kustel, and tho best one south of San Francisco. It has made the best, assays for every kind of minerals. For more particulars enquire at tills office, or of Dr. V. Gelcich. mrll-lm Notice to Stockholders. THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE Los Angeles City and County Printing and Publishing Company are notified that tho Board has levied in addition to tho twenty percent already called for, ten per cent on each share of the capital stock of said com pany, to be paid to the Treasurer during tho month of March Instant, and ten percent on or before the 20th of April next. L W. LORD, Secretary. Ix>s Angeles, March 23, 1874. mi2lid News for the Ladies. Fashionable Dress-Making. • Latest Patterns—all Styles, CHEAPEST UNDERWEAR IN TOWN. Sewing Machines on Trial ! * FREE to purchasers. Machines repaired, sold, rented, exchaneed, and purchased. * Furm and Bairy Produce, Stock and Land taken In payment for Machines. SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE, Jan2s 39 Spring street. M. WHISLEK. GIL. JONES. WHISLER & CO., AT THE DEPOT STORE, Opposite the Depot, deal in FLOUR, PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES Brled and Canned Fruit, Honey, Etc. Have for sale HAY, GRAIN and PRODIK of all kinds. Goods delivered to any part the city. mrlQ-t PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNES MANUFACTORY. S. C. FOY A Proprlett J£STABLISHED IN 1854. Importer, wholesale and retail dealer in kinds of Saddlery and Harness. The best brands of Saddle, Harness a Sole Leather, always on hand and tor sale wholesale and retail. No. If Los .\n<vle«« Street LOS ANGELES, CAL. nol.Vtf J. B. BAUNUKKH. M. T>. CH. F. HKINZEMAN, 1 J. B. SAUNDERS & CO DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, TKI Main Stree, LOS ANGELES. The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, PUREST DRUGS and PATENT MEDICI N of all kinds. Prescriptions carefully e< pounded duy anil night. no'2-lmS Farm For Sale. "1 ("l Acres of best of Land, n -1- \J\J Anaheim, will be sold cheap, ply to ROBERT PARKER, Auaheii febS-tfdJkw