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THURSDAY APRIL 2, 1874.
Masonic Notice. I i" Angeles Lodge X 0.42. V. A A. Iff.— The stilted meetings of this Lodge are hold on the first Monday of eaclimonth at 7:MO p.m. Members of Pentalpha, No. 902, and all Mas tor Masons in good standing are cordially in vlted. B.C. FOY, W.M. « 'has. Sm ii ii, Secretary. War! War! War! Among the merchants ! Many, very many against one. But he all alone is roady to fight them all as he Is backed by a very large army, as Die public at large Will surely assist one against so many, especially when he has brought war amongst them on their account. Now you see Ihe prices you have heen paying tor goods; tiie Important brought them down and be will stand here with you and give you a chance to buy them at those figures for many years to come, You will dnd uniform prices there and no bails on a lew loading articles; therefore, go to the Important, tinder the La layette Hotel, and get what you need. The goods from steamer Kalorama arc all in now, and MOtbet line of fine Dress < i oods, Ladies' and Children's Hats, Velvet and Silk Ribbon, Rushing Buttons, Trim mings, Corsets, etc., arrived on steamer Sena tor, ail of which are the newest of goods, and will be sold at the lowest prices. If you hap pen to be out, do not fail to stop in nt" the new store Important, under the Lafayette Hotel, to see all the new and pretty goods. School and Miscellaneous Rooks, Law Hooks and lilaok Forms—Stationer}-. Blank Hooks, Albums, and Ladies' Writing- Cases. Pianos, Organs, Violins und Accord ions, and ot tier Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by BRODBICK & •'<)., Booksellers and Stationers. At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store 5,000 tta Tobacco Dust IbrSheepwash q 7cts. per it.. At Harris <& Jacoby's Cash Store Open Back White Shirts (f f I 75. At Harris' & Jacoby's Cash Store % dozen pure linen handkerchiefs for |1, Thermometrical Record. VCOOrding to the plan of the Smithsonian In stitute. Kept especially for the Hkicai.u by Brodrlck & Co. APRIL 1, 1574. tf A. M BS. | 2 p. M 70; | 8 f, M fll l Average, 85& GOLD REPORT. San Francisco, April Ist. Gold,lts4 Greenbacks—Buying, 88; selling, ks :i 4 . Local Markets. PROVISIONS, Fl.OtJß— Nails, V keg... 050 Extra** bbl.t 7 Fruit— Superflne « Can'd vuioz 4H Bacon, ft tt> 12^(314 \ss\i jollies... 500 Hams DRIED — Lard is (cvl3!a Applesm.. s SUOAR— Peaches !l Crushed 13% Grapes 8 Island No. 1 \9M Potatoes, $ctl I'M) Coffee 27f«2s Humboldt,do 2 25 Corn,<|)cental 140 salt— Parley 1 fTJj Common .... 1 M Wheat 200 Liverpool. .. 200 Butter, Vlb 30 Candies, fib... 18%85 Cheese lti'alit Candles 15318 Swiss Cheese. .'17% Brooms, ■do/, 3 75 Codfish 10 Liquors, ijtese 6«rilo Salmon OJitfT CIGARS— Mackerel 11 Dom'cV 1000 2f1@60 Tea 37(375 Imported do 120^200 "Green 100 PownEit— starch MlßlHg.f kg 500 Tobacco 50Jil Oo Canned 7c(581 He.ins, jlcwt.. 2 2-j Fuse. %UOO ft.... 82 00 unions 4 00 Prime Beef, IMUe; 2d class, RslQei 3d class, C'dHc; prime mutton, 12% c; veal, 12'.,c y tti. Prime cuttle, |25(9t40; good sheep, 8)3; ordi nary, $2 tQQH 50 per head. lumber. Rough merchantable pine and redwood, H M, tS2 50; tongued And grooved flooring and ceiling, 542 50: Feather-edge siding, 140; Rustic siding,i'l'); Shingles, Jti; Shakes, 820; Lath, ft); Plaster, V bbl, 87; Santa Cruz lime, 83 60 V bbl. FRUITS AND NUTS. Apples, Vbx.tl SOMMIEgSi V doz 20 \22% Orange* 100 f 100@2 501 Pea Nuts, y it. 10 Limes. V box $7 SOlOnions ....5 Lemons, 'fi lot) 31 501 Walnut* 15 Hickory Nuts,* 5...251 Filberts 20 Pears,f 50fBra«il Nuts 20 San Francisco Markets—By Telegraph. San Francisco, April Ist. FLOUR—Extra, 85 TfitJA 12%. WHEAT—ft 80(48 ,K >- BARLEY—JI TOM 80. OATS—tI Hal 70. POTATOES—II »ou2 00. ONIONS—#3 75. CORN—4I 70. BUTTER—*X§33>ic. EGGS—2Sc. WOOL—Spring,9o(93so; Fall, Isi*ißc. EXPORTS. April 1-t—2l bales wool, 4 pps wine, C empty ale bi115,73 bars bullion, 10 sks beans, 71 bxs oranges, l bbl liquor, s tool chests, ~ bxs lemons, 1") bbls brandy, 1 lot assorted mdse for Spadra and way stations. Team Departures. April Ist—To San Bernardino, 1, assorted. Real Estate Transactions. Deeds died for record for the 24 flours end ing at 4 o'clock, April 1, 1574, as reported for the Daily HaRALD hy Judsou a Gillette Searchers of Records for Los Angeles county: l.arrahee et al to Temple & Workman— Southwest one-fourth ol section 17, T 2S, It 13 W, 100 acres; 85,000. J G Downey et ol to W T Brown—South western one-fourth of block 21, Downey city; $150. Atwood Sproul to Gilbert Sproul—An undi vided balfof4t7)<£ acres in Rancho Los Cyotes; 14,000. I A Sanchez to J Mullaly—Lot 0 und 7 in block 40, Ord's survey, city; 8700. s Halbottto.l M Reily—one-half undivided of Billowing property east side Main street; iii.ouo. HOTEL ARRIVALS. CLARENDON. (' Autsln, D E Dean, Michigan c Johmton. 8 Dtego J D Bausher, 8 F .1 S lilukc, Spadra D N Hlne A wf, Ohio A Spruul, Oregon G 11 Howard, Ranch PICO. L A Wheeler, Mass Miss J C Grant, Mass .1 I, (handle, Pa MrsS ('rocket, Boston Miss L Crockett, Mass Mrs Parson, Nashville II Inson* wife, N V Miss Parsons, do Mrs Dr Scott, H f Mrs Sliwenck, Mass A X Collins, 8 F F Hulibard, Stockton it W Watcrinan.Red'd B J Baldwin,B F J W Coleman, S F F Maclu'do, do LAFAYETTE. B llrdlcy, L Breunerman, John Forstcr, X Gay and wife S Mtind, H H Johnson, W Cbinev, M F Yorba, J 0 Addihgton, A J Horn. UNITED STATES. A S McCann, S Dingo E W Shaw, S Diego G Bogatl,do G W Morris, do i. Larkern, da W s Shaw, do .1 T Johnson, S Ana J Pratt, S V r DLake, SF WFGrinn, EI Monte Miss Ravers.El Monte J D Grinn, Shasta 0 T Rouse, Hacrani'to J L Fulton, Havilnh Mrs De Vara, do 8 Higglns, do W L Slater, S Bern'no J B Jamison, S Ana D A Hill, San Bernardino. Stage Arrivals and Departures. COAST LINE. ARRIVALS. DM Hole s*ld wife, A Bars tow, p Boder, W S Brnster, .1 Kunnelbor, Mr Bent, Mr. Gilbert, D A Dean. UEI'ARTITRHH. Mrs W G Krcwger, L 8 oner, A SprOUl, E 0 Pierce, C II Durgin, A Warren. TELEGRAPH LINE. ARRIVALS. II A Jones, J D Huttou, .1 D Bosben. lIEPARTURES. Johu Lang. THE COURTS. District Court—Skpllvkda, J. Wednesday, April Ist. Kraemcr vs Kraeiner—The Jury ciiuie inro Court this morning al 7o'clock after beingoul nil night, and returned a verdict in favor of tho plaintiff, Mrs Kraeiner, both as to ground! of divorce and as to the ranch In Los Angeles county being community property. A stay of proceedings Was had for ten days to enable defendant to argue on the motion for Judg ment. County Court—O'M i:i.vi:.ny, J. Wkdnksday, April Ist. People vs Cunningham, burglary—Verdict, of jury, guilty us charged in the indictment; sentence deterred unill next Saturday nt 10 A. M. Probate Cnuri -O'Mki.vkny, J. WIDHKSDAY, April Ist. In the estate of Isaac Selilesslngcr—Final account of Administratrix rendered and or dered that publication of same bo made for ten days. In the matter of tbe oitate of Isaac Bchles singer, deceased—l trder approving sale of per sonal property allowed. In same estate order approving settlement of administrator with M Russeck, allowed. In the matter of the estate of John llSiiun iloi s, do, eased—Order approving sale of per sonal properly, allowed. In the matter of guardianship <>f Frederick Baton, minor—Petition of Hancock M John son pray ing to be appointed guardian of the estate, granted. A Righteous Bill. The Assembly has passed the Senate bill empowering the jury to fix the penalty or punishment of persons convicted of murder in (he first degree at death or imprisonment for life, ac cording to the circumstances. The Union, in referring to the matter, says : Tho argument! against awarding this discretionary power to the jury are those used by the defenders of the bloody code in favor of capital punish ment. They are mainly derived from the code of Moses; and from the feudal system—neither of which can be made applicable to the wants of the civiliza tion in which we live. The argument against the bill was made by Williams, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and in favor of it by Swiff. We do no injustice to Williams in saying he pre sented his case in the spirit of a law yer, and we do not flatter Swift in say ing his argument was that of the statesman rather than the lawyer. For those reforms in English and Ameri can criminal jurisprudence which have reduced the number of criminal of fenses from many to one or two, and migrated the penalties on those of the lower grade, humanity is very little indebted to the lawyers and almost wholly to the spirit of* philosophy in voked by the new and modern school. It was just as startling to the legal confraternity when the modern school of philosophical statesmanship pro posed that robbery, grand larceny, burglary and arson should not be pun ished by death as it is now to the same class when it is proposed in this State to abolish capital punishment for all offenses. Swift, in the light of this history, was correct when he asserted that this "is a question not only for lawyers to decide, but for the people— a question of public policy," and that it is " the influence of a higher culti vation to soften down the lives of men and to make them less willing to con vict," with death as the penalty of the crime. This vote does not abolish the death penalty, but it is a step toward it when it allows the jury to say whether the circumstances of the mur der aresuch as to demand death or only imprisonment for life. We believe the experience of a few years under the operation of this law will convince all good and sound men that the death penalty is both cruel and impolitic, and that society is safer without than with it. New Law Regarding Assessors. We call attention to the following from the Assessors act: Section 1. Whenever the Assessor assesses any live stock, he must de mand of the person who gives him a list thereof, a statement under oath showing: iirst, whether sucli stock or any part thereof will, during the year for which such assessment is made, be moved to another county for pastur age, and If such removal is to be made; second, the county to whicli such stock will be taken; and third, the number, kind and value thereof; pro vided, that should such person, at the time of assessment, not have deter mined to remove such stock, and after wards should make such removal, it shall he lawful for him to make the statement to the Assessor of the county from which such stock was re moved, as in this section provided, through the United States mail. Sec. 9. Any person who drives, or causes to be driven, any livestock to another county for pasturage and falls to make the statement provided for in section one, or who wilfully fails to in cludo in such statement the full num ber or value of stock so sent or driven, shall be liable to a penalty of five hundred dollars, to be recovered in the District Court of the county to which said stock is sent or driven; and such suit must be instituted by the District Attorney of said county in the name of the People of the State of Califor nia, upon the information of any re sponsible person, and one-half of the penalty recovered' must be paid to the person on whose information the suit was instituted. Memoranda of Recent Decisions. 1. Granges must be opened in the degree in which it is intended to work, it being irregular to open in a low de gree and work up to the degree in tfcndrd to be conferred. 2. A member of another Grange cannot be admitted unless he can work in, even if he be known. The provision of the rule is express: "No one can vouch for a member of another Grange." 8. The Overseer should see and know that no one approaches the Master's office with out coming up the lawn. 4. The State Grange of Indiana has decided that to be eligible Tor membership a man must "rely more upon the products of his farm for his income than upon those of any other occupation." 5. There is no reason for keeping constitutions 1 and by-laws out of the hands of outsiders. Report of the Bribery Committee. The committee appointed to ivesti gate bribery charges says : " There is evidence tending to show that persons claiming to be In the interests of Sen atorial candidates had made offers iv order .to influence votes. This how over we find to have been done when attempted by irresponsible persons without the knowledge of ana in no way connected with the principals either by expressed or implied author ity from them or either of them, or their immediate political friends, and thero is no evidence that money or anything of value was used to influ ence any member of the -Legislature; but on the contrary it clearly appears that not one dollar was corruptly used to secure the electron of either Booth or Hager." The young Boston exquisites who are favorites with the belles of that city suffer t«rribly from painters' colic. Some Curious Indian Expenditures. Some of these items in the Govern ment ledger devoted to Indian expend itures are decidedly curious. If the noble red men do not advertise much themselves, they are the cause of a good deal of expensive advertising in favored organs by others. We wisli we could believe that the item, "Soap for Indian service, $0,134." indicated an improvement in their personal habits; it would also be interesting to know If those 5,000 bottles Of "sanitary specific,'' purchased for them last July worked like a charm, and whether the $8,169 worth of butcher-knives were applied to normal uses, and how the |24,101 worth of red Manuel shirts fit ted, and whether the 180,185 worth of tobacco furnished hy F. McMeagh & Co. was of good quality, and exactly why A. H. Wilder*! 188,200 item for beef on the hoof was whisked by so quietly that the Indian Commissioners didn't get a peep at it. Granville M. Dodge, ex-Congressman, ex-General, the "mysterious disappearance," of the Credit MobUicr investigation', ap pears in the accounts as having pock eted $412,991 on contracts in a little more than half a year's time. Has the General found his price at last? During the late unpleasantness or very soon alter its close lie was stationed in a Southern rttate. One day Mr. Stan ton got a letter from him asking to be relieved and assigned to duty else where. Delaying to answer it he re ceived a second and more urgent one! He then wrote back that lie was quite satisfied to have the General stay where he was, and couldn't think of making a change unless there were good and sufficient reasons for it. The General thereupon explained. He had been offered a large sum—§22s,ooo, if we remember rightly—to turn rascal. " The d —d thieves have got so close to my price," he said in substance, "that I think it would be safer to remove me." We tell the tale as it was told to us. — [Springfield (Mass.) Republi can. Special Notices. To tbe AOlict cd. Grateful not only for entire relief from ter rible suffering 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 aud efficient treatment of Dr. J. H. Leal of Los Angeles. Dr. Leal's success is more highly appreciated from the fact that several of the prominent physians of Los Angeles bad treated me with out understanding my disease and of course without success. ISABKLL MARTIN. San Gabriel, March 14. 1874. mhlK-2ra "Right Ureas!" I. Hauch, Merchant Tailor, No. 8 Commer cial street, receives the latest styles of goods by every steamer, nnd makes up clothing fashionably, and of the best workmanship. Give him your orders und ho will give you "tits" in style; » Another fl ne lot of Jewelry, Watch es, Diamonds, and Clocks, Just received nt Fisher A Co."*. • Look at I'lils! The only place in the city to get choice Engravings, Chromos, OU Paintings, etc., is at M. V, Ponet's, 86 Main street, where you can buy them cheap for cash, or pay in weekly Installments of from 25 cents toll, ac cording to the amount purchased. sa. The tide of Immigration is steadily set ting In, and the firs thing eastern people do Is to throw away the 1 ' York Hats and buy a new one of Dkhm.fXL. Chey say there Is no comparison between t.' < * vo. o n«U Every style i 1 Put ding and Glazing done In the highest siy.c o art, and at roason able rates, by C. Rat hael v Co. STRUGGLE FOR LIFE I EXISTENCE AND LIFE BEING SO closely related to each other, It Is im portant to struggle for un 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. Have 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 tako notice of the following prices: 1,000 pieces Calicos, best brands $ 10 250 " 7-8 bleached Muslin 10 250 " 4-4 h " 124 Also, all brands you may Inquire for. 50 pieces Gingham ltif 150 " assortd Dress Goods 20 50 " Pique 20 100 « Grenadine 12} 25 V " 20 100 |j 4-4 Linen Lawn 25 200 Shawls of the newest pat terns, at 2 50 50 doz white Hose, *tf doz 1 50 50 " Damask Towels, M doz 1 60 1,000 prs foxed Balmoral Shoes, V pair 1 50 And a thousand and one articles which will be sold accordingly. These Extraordinary Low Figures are accounted for ny the ftict that I have pur chased a greater part of my goods for cash; and as 1 am bound to raise the cash, I shall sell the goods at the above stated prices for THIRTY I) AYS, Without Reserve. 9£LMiiJL !JiTOTMAH'IfI~TW Whoever is in for saving money will cfr~ tainly do well to call around and Inspect the goods before purchasing elsewhere. E. LEVENTHAL, t or. Commercial and Los Angeles Sts, IIII.I.MAN BLOCK. N. B.—Please Remember the Plac3! mr2o-tr Notice to Pay Up. AS I INTEND T<7 11 IsIT EUROPE early In May, parties owing me are re quested to call and settle up accounts during the early part of April. mrai-lm. V. WOLFENSTEIN. IF YOU WANT BARGAINS THE IMPOR. tant Is the place to get tbein. uiar?l-tf LIQUOFtS, ETC. POETRY. Though preachers may preach aad teachers touch Of the evil effects of drink. 'Tis music sweot to a man of wit To hear the glasses clink. Roth Webster and Clay, who In their day Tho nation's affairs did guide, At II A. M. each day were seen With bottles by their side. Say what you will—talk with skill— 'Tis true beyond a doubt, That sparkling wine Is a gift divine Life would be drear without. HOT It IJ IST C H served from 11 to I I 'A.M., and in tho evening from H till 12 o'clock, at the PALACE SALOON, No. 07 Temple Block, mr7-tf] WILLIAMS A ROGERS, Prop'rs. CUCAMONGA WINE. DEPOT AT laTUIS MESMER'S wink CELLAR,underneath the U.S. Hotel. Wine by the Glass, Rottlo or Gallon. All kinds of Liquors, Wines and Bitters at wholesale and retail. NOTI4-E. 1 The public of Los Angeles are hereby noti fied that no other person In Los Angeles but Louis Mesmerhai wines from the Cocomongo ranches. J. L. SANSEVAIN. no.->-2plm v. LACTIC Louis SWAKZ. KUITZ mknz. NEW YORK BREWERY, PHIL. LAUTH & CO., (Successors to Chris. Honno) Proprietors. Tho CLEAREST, PtJRISHT and MOST BRIL LIANL LAGER BEER Soutn of San Francisco. Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED Bi-.ER promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery de fies competition in the State. mrs-tf BREWERY. WE ARE NOW READY TO SUP ply the public with the very best kind of LAGER BEER! Orders leftut CASWELL A ELLIS', or the BREWERY, will be promptly attended to. Jnn2T)3m WATTELET ft VOGEL. CITY BREWERY And SALOON, Cor. Second and Spring Streets, LOS ANGELEF Fine Lager Beer for sale IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. no2-lmlp JOS. LEIBER. Proprietor. POCKWEILER'S SALOON, Under Temple Unildiug, 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 & RAVER, PROPRIETORS, Basement, cor. Main nnd Requlna Sts. All the delicacies of the season. A NICI COLD LUNCH at a minute's notice. Wines Ales, Porters, Liquors aud Champagnes, ol the very choicest brands. Caviar, Sti rdel leu, Swiss aud 1.1 nihil rgcr Cheese. A flue Billiard 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. WiT*Temple Block, next to Wells, Fargo A Company's office. no2-lmip E. A. KAROO. J. B. PAKGO. D. It. NYB. E. A. FARCO & CO.. IMPOKTEUS AND JOUBERS OK BRANDIES, WINES & LIQUORS, 316 Front street, cor. Commercial, mrlS] SAN FRANCISCO. [3m FORWARDING & COMMISSION. "TeLLMAN, HAAS &, CO., Forwarding & Commission MERCHAN TS, HAVE FOR - SALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE REST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest Imported Brands. t PAINTS, OILS, DOOBS AND SASHES, BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 14 and 10 Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., nog] LOS ANGELES. flm ROUSE & LAWS, , General Commission Merchants, 320 Hit vis Street, San Francisco. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED from Farmers, Granges, and Dealers in Grain, Fruit, Wool, Dairy Products, Eggs, Hides, etc. Usual Advances Made. Sales Quick, • Bet urns Prompt, ■ " ** mr2UUwtf] Orders Carefully rilled. SIMON LEVY, COMMISSION MERCHANT. General dealer in all kinds of COUN TRY PRODUCTIONS, Hides, Grain and Wool. Makes advances on Consignments to all parts of the United States. Nos. 24 and 34 Allso St.. LOS ANGELES. ocs-lj4p I. B. FERGUSON'S QOMMISSION HOUSE la the Exclusive Commission House to g-o to for Everything; You Haul. noWf CALIFORNIA Loan and Broker's Office E. CREENBAUM, At Ilollniaii Block, Los Augeles Street. Cash advanced on collaterals and merchant dlse. Greenbacks, gold, and silver bought and sold. All kinds of produce bought and cash advanced on commissions. dct-tf MUSIC. LESSONS ou the Piano, Guitar and Organ, 4 OO Per Month. feh6-tr 39 SPRING Street. 'tm PIANO TUNING, $3, If within the city limits. Charges for coun try moderate. eA.AH mechanical work guaranteed. Leave orders at Art and Music Rooms, No. (6 Downey Bieck, er atUlruonds' Candy Stota fel7tf J. D. PATRICK. REAL ESTATE. The Steams Ranchos. ALFRED BOBINSOX. Trusts*, 543 Market Street, Nnu I rauelaea, Ca|. QA Ann ACRES OP LAND »\JVJ\J for sale, In IoU to suit, .suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches, Ap ples, Pears, Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Barley, Flax. Ramie, Cotton, etc., aud 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 A U'gKsl a N WELLS cun be obtained, and the more ele vated portions can be lrregated by the water of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are naturally meist, requiring only good cul tivation to produce crops. TERMS—One-fourth Cash; balance In one, two and 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 this extensive tract before pur chasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, May 24, 1873. mr3-tf Farms for Sale! NEAR NIETOS DEPOT 4K ACRES—FIRST-CLASS FOR *J corn or fruit, with wood and BBt water. Price, 41,800. X OQiACRES NEAR THE COL- V t/aLEGE—not in cultivation—one mile south of the L. N. ft, R. $1,000. O X ACRES ALL IN CULTIVA *J fJ TION — first-class Improved — near Gallatin—one mile south Of L. N. Rr R. 42,500 ACRES FIRST-CLASS, IN OU cultivation, with tbe best artesian well and'reservolr in the county. 4 miles east of Nietos Depot. $'~000. Apply to ocMtftf J. B. HOLLOWAY, Gallatin, 4K ACRES ONE MILE EAST Oof Nietos 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. nog J. B. HOLLA WAY. Gallatin. thebaivkT VS. WORKMAN. V. P. T. TEMPLE. TEMPLE & WORKMAN, BANKERS. 1 TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. Receive Deposits, issue their Certificates and transact a OENEBAL BANKING Bl SINKS*. DRAW OX THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK [LIMITED). AT SAN FRANCISCO. I Exchange tor sale an New York, 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 keep ing. | ATTENTION ! TO THE LOS ANGELES TRADE. THE GREAT LEADING BOOT &, SHOE EMPORIUM! ) OF— SLANEY BROS WE beg to Inform our patrons of the eitr t and county of Los Angeles, that we havo add ed to our Large Stock of Tfootis *%c Nlioeis A SPLENDID ADDITION or SAN FRANCISCO. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA MANUFACTURES OK THS } LATEBT 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 enablo us to hi tve such goods manufactured that will DEFY COMPETITIO IV We have given it careful study to have gc <od substantial, and stylish goods manu factured, so that we can CHALLENGE THE PACIFIC COAST To be able to produce so Large and Magnificent an Assorfrr ent In any one Firm. Come ami Examin.« Our splendid stock, and you will t nd, as represented, that our goods are of the best that can be manufactured, i md we should advise our patrons not to be i mining around looking for paper shoes wh' ,]e they can be supplied with good, substantl *l goods at the same rates at SLANEY BROS. WHOLESALE AUD BET AIL LEATHER AND SHOE FINDING Sign of t It** Biff? Boot, Cor. Commercial It Los A igeles Sts., Jn 17 Lou A. njzelo*. , Sm-ls BILL-HEADS— AT T3E CHEAP est rates at tha Hkbalb afllce. ANAHEIM ADVERTISEMENTS. PLANTERS 1 HOTEL, Or. Lo« Angeles and Center Streets, an a in;i n, CAL., JOHN FIBOH ML. _.. Propki etor. OFFERS FIRST-CLAISS AC commodations to the traveling public. All stages arrive at and depart from tills bouse. Terms moderate. noU-tf ANAHEIM HOTEL. MAX NEBELUNO Proprietor. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS for travelers and visitors. Stages f-ir" all parts of the country arrive aud d»po'' from tills bouse. Attached to the hotel are N.H. MITCHELL S Pioneer Livery, Sale and Feed Stables, 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 E. E. VISHER. J,. W. THATCHER. FISHER & CO., Jewelers & Watchmakers Have on hand an Immense Stock of Key and Stem-winding W A T p II Tl H . FISHER A CO. MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF SOLID JEWELRY. FISHER A CO. KEEP THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING IN iilLllt LINE. Manufactory and Salesrooms: No. 61 Main Street, Los Angeles. mriH-tf WILCOX & GIBBS IMPROVED —jrt Light running Durable VJr l2S9!s Family Sewing Machine. All kinds of Machine* 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. Mai' rials of the best quality furnished at the lowest rates. All kinds of Family Sewing and Repairing. Stitching by the Yard. M. L. lIAIT, deel7 No. ftp Spring St.. Los Angeles. Nothing Like It. MALONE'S PATENT Pruning Shears ! All Pruning Done From The Ground ! Heavy Sales Already Hade. Now laed by Our Beat Orchardists. The Kymetry of tbe Tree Unimpaired. Klne Tenths of The Loss Saved by I'alng These Shears. Jnls-lstf. E. W. DOSS, Agt. for cal. HOTEL FOR SALE Or to Lease —AT— SAN BERNARDINO. BEING DESIROUS TO RETIRE from business, I offer for sale my Hotel property, or will sell furniture and stock on hand and give lease on the Hotel property for Aye years. An Improved Garden Attached to the Hotel, and will be included iv the lease. A. STARKE, feb S-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 pommage. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. _ CASHION & LUNNET, f»tf 117 aad 119 Main at. LOS ANGELES DRUG STORE LAFAYETTE BLOCK. TV* L- TERRY'S* U NEW STORE AND NEW DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERIES, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, and FANCY ARTICLES. In short, every article usually found iv a dru| store. D. W FITZPATRICK, Fashionable Tailor, Car. Court aad Spring; sts.. sr Gentlemen's Clothing made in the best manner, and latest style. as-Finest Imported and iiosnestte Cloths always on hand. Jaetf LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES - it- Perry, Wood worth A Co.'s LUMBER YARDS —A■ B — PLANING MILLS, Ha. 1* * emmersial street, near Kali read Dopes. aar-JfHf LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice. SPRING AND SIXTH STREET RAlL road Company, Los Angeles, California. Notice Is liereb" given that at a meeting of tbe Directors, held ou ths nth day of March, 1874, an assessment of Ten Dollars per share was levied upon the capital slock of the cor poration, payable Immediately to F. P. F. Temple, at lilsofflce. Any stock,upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the THIRD DAY OF MAY, 1874, will be delin quent and advertised for sule at public auc tion, and unless payment is made belore will be sold on the FIRST DAY OF JUNE, 1874, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs ot advertising and expenses of sale. R. M. WIDNEY, President. L W. Loßn. Secretary. Marcn 30. 1*74. apl-2w Sealed Proposals. CLERK'S OFFICE BOARD OF SUPER vlsors Los Angeles county,SUite ol Cali fornia.—ln accordance with the orcerol said Hoard, notice is hereby given that sealed pro posals will be received at this olfice until MONDAY, April 6, A. D. 1874, at 10 o'clock A. M.. the time fixed for opening the same, lor furnishing .Medical Attendance at the County Hospital m d Jail for one year, commencing April tf, 1574. The said Board reserves the right to n ject any or all bids, as tae public good may require. Proposals to be directed to said Board and endorsed " Medical Attendance." A. W. POTTS, Clerk. Lp" AngelP". March H. 1R74. mrl2-td Sealed Proposals. CILERK'S OFFICE BOARD OF BTTPER j visors Los Angeles county.state of Cali fornia.—ln accordance with an order of said Board, notice is hereby given that sealed pro posals will be received at this office until MONDAY, April 6, A. D. 1874. at 10 o'clock A. M., the time fixed for opening the same, lor furnishing Medicines for the County Hospital and Jail for one year from June 1, 1874. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids, as the publio good may require. A. W. POTTS, Clerk. Los Angeles. March 6,1874. mrl2-tti CLERK'S OFFICE, BOARD OF BUPER vlsors.—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 the first Monday In each month. Also ordered, that ai 1 parties interested in Bullous road ap peal before the Board nt tbe next regular meeting, April 6, 1874, when the matter will be heard. A. W. POTTS, Clerk I.os Angeles, March 6, 1874. mri2 td FOR SALE-TO LET. FOR SALE OR RENT.—The premises on Main street 1% miles south of the Court house, near Washington Garden, containing 13 acres, part in bearing orchard and vine yard. The house contains 9 rooms besides bath-room and pantry. Will rent the upper or lower part of the house or the land without the buildings or the house without the land. Inquire on tbe promises. J. F. SMITH. mr29-lm 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. S. THOMPSON, Templed Bock Rent of house alone 110 per month. reS-tf - FINE STORE TO LET.—THE STORE RE cently occupied by E. Leventhal, corner of Los Angeles and Allso streets, |has been thoroughly renovated throughout and will bo rented to a desirable tenant on liberal terms. apl-lm Apply to P. BEAUDRY. A SADDLE HORSE FOR SALE.— A fine Saddle Horse, extremely well trained, with Saddle and Bridle. Price $100. Apply at the Herald office. mrT2 tf WANTS—LOST-FPU N D. [Wants published at the rate of 6K cents per line for each insertion, or 10 cents per line lor three insertions. No advertisement under this head taken for less than 25 cents.] ANTED —ROOMS — Furnished or unfurnished. Address COL. PEEL, Clarendon Hotel. fe27 tf Drug Store For Sale. A FINE AND COMPLETE DRUG BTORE, 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 ihe drugs, medicines, and so on, is about $3,000. and can be purchased for 82,000 in U. 8. gold coin, cash. In case tbe purchaser buys the store, It can be moved easily. We have in our neighborhood several fine villages, wbicb 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 stole have been pur chased from the house of Reddington, Hos teller A Co., San Francisco. For further par ticulars apply at this office 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 feet, all In good con dition, and consumes but little wood. Can be purchased at a reasonable price fur cash. For particulars apply at this office, mrll-lm Laboratory for Sale. ACOMPLETE~CHEMICAL LAB ratory, which contains a fine oven, on on tbe latest style of Guido Kustel, and tho best one south of San Francisco. It has mado the best assays for every kind of minerals. For more particulars enquire at this office, or of Dr. V. Gelcich. mrll-lm Notice to Stockholders. THE STOCKIIoLDHRS OF THE Los Angeles City and County Printing and Publishing Company are notified that the Board hus levied in addition to the 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 the month of March Instant, and ten percent on or before the 29Ui of April next. L W. LORD, Secretary. Los Angeles, March 23, 1874. mr2-itd News for the Ladies. Fashionable Dress-Making. Latest Patterns—aU Styles, CHEAPEST UNDERWEAR IN TOWN. Sewing Machines on Trial ! FREE to purchasers. Machines repaired, sold, rented, exchanged, and purchased. Farm and Dairy Produce, Stock and Land taken in payment for Machines. SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE, Jan2s 39 Spring street. M. WUISLER. Oil.. JONES. WHISLER & CO.. AT THE DEPOT STORE, Opposite tbe Depot, deal In FLOUR, PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Dried and Canned Fruit, Honey. Etc. Have for sale HAY,GRAIN and PRODUCE of all kinds. Goods delivered to any part of the city. rnrlO-tl PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY. S. C. FOY Proprietor. ESTABLISHED IN 1854. Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re tail dealer iv all kinds of Saddlery and Har ness. . The best brands of Saddle, Harness and Sole Leather, always on hand aud for sale at wholesale and retail. No. V3t Los Angeles Streeet, LOS ANGELES, CAL. nolft-tf % Farm For Sale. -| C\C\ Acres of beat of Land, near JL \J\J Anaheim, will be sold cheap. Ap ply ts ROBERT PARKSR. Anaheim. feU5-tMAw