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SATURDAY MAY t, 1574.
CITY AND SUBURBS Tho Kiiiorama will arrive this morn* ing at Wilmington. The District Court was adjourned Thun lay until Monday next. In the estate of Christine Henne, an order confirming the sale of real estate was tiled yesterday iv the Probate Court. An open-air sermon on temperance and health will be delivered by Dr. Hobba at 2k o'clock next Sunday after noon, near the C >urt House. See notice in another column of a silver hunting-case watch lost between this city and Los Nietos. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at this otiice. The Board of Supervisors adjourned Thursday until the time for the next monthly session, which is the first Monday in June. A full report of the proceedings has been published in the Herald. Addis opens his anti-monopoly cot tage photograph rooms May Ist, im mediately opposite the Pico House. Card photographs, one dollar per dozen. Cabinets, $2 50 per dozen. Four tintypes for fifty cents. Patron ize the opposition. Mr. Joseph Cohn has his store, No. 8 Los Angeles street, literally packed and jammed full of new goods. He will sell at bottom prices, and he de sires all of his friends and everybody else to call around and examine his stock. To see his goods, with their seductive prices, means to buy. John McDonald's restaurant, Com mercial street, near the depot, has I c m greatly enlarged and improved, aud now affords all the delicacies of the season. Board atid lodging by the month at special rates. Single meals or beds, 25 cents. Give him a call. Wool and hides made up the chief aiticles in the receipts for shipment at the depot yesterday; 166 bales of the former and 421 of the latter were re ceived. The supp y of wool which passes through our depot daily is get ting to be something immense. The Senator will arrive at Wilming ton'Sunday, May loth, en route to San Dieim. Returning, she will leave for San Francisco Tuesday, May 12th, at 4 J. M. Fare to San Diego, 6i; to ISuu Francisco, SB. The Pacific will sail for San Francisco and way ports Wed nesday, May 13th. The family row which i romised to come before Justice Gray yesterday for settlement, was dismissed at the request of all parties concerned. The enmity between Augustine and his wife was too feeble to last over nigl t, and so they kissed and made up and dismis ed tlie suit. The case of Davis & Eaton, on ap plication to purchase thirty-live acres City Donation lots of the City of Los Angeles, under the 7th Section of the Act of July 2:id, 1803, is on trial at the United States Land Olliee. Henry Hancock appears as attorney for ap pellants, and Chapman and HuttoM and C. Cabott for contestants. It is whispeio 1 among those on tl c indde that the Southern Pacific Rail road Company will at an early day commence the erection of machine shops on their ground near whew the track crosses the Los Angeles R ver, i l the eastern part of the city. As the roads progress, these shops will re quire the services of a large number of workmen, who, together with the r families, will add quite an increase to the population of tiie county. Atthe last meeting of the Council the Assistant Zanjero made a report to the effect that, with the aid of Ids son, he will be able to take sufficient care of the zanjas, but that an increase of salary would be necessary to enable him to bear the expenses of keeping horses and a hired man. The matter was referred to the Committee on Zanjas. This is the correct statement of the affair, and rectifies an error which appeared in our report of yes terday, The County Court devoted its whole session yesterday, as well as much time previously! to the Impanelling of a jury to try the case of the People vs. Bernard Newman, on a charge of atafiUlt with intent to commit murder. One hundred and fifteen persons were brought before the Court on different venires, but not until yesterday after noon at 4 o'clock was a full jury im panelled to try the case. The Court then decided to take a rest, and ad journed until 9 o'clock this morning. We hear many complaints from sub scribers who fail to receive their Her alds. In every case the carrier insists that the papers have been properly de livered, so we are forced to the con clusion that the missing copies have been stolen. If it be that there are newspaper thieves about, we would like to inform them of certain crema tion in the next world; besides, we will have them calaboosed if they don't stop their thieving. Workmen have commenced repair ing St. Athanasius' Episcopal Church. The building will be overhauled pretty thoroughly,the floor and roof strengti - ened, the ceiling finished with panels and mouldings, and the walls newly plastered and wainscoated. The chan cel will be moved forward and the pews, with other wood-work, grained in imitation of oak. The outside will also receive some attention. A new pair ol steps will be provided, and a cornice in front will embellish the ed ifice. Tlie cost of repairs will be about $1,200. Mr. G. Hargitt is the con tractor. The following is tho list of passen gers per steamer Senator, wnich sauc.i from San Francisco yesterday: Mrs. Slessinger aud child, J. D. Hanson, G. B. Davis, K. McDougall, J. b. Jleed, E. M. Ross and wife, Mrs. S. A. Wayland, Miss Goldstein, Miss Rosen thal, B. L. Peel, R. Conrad, A. Cayo, B. F. Mora, Mrs. Ryan and child, W. M. Buttum, 1). Crittenden, E. W. Eaton and wife, J. McFarlane, A. McDonald, W. Armstrong, Mrs. J. B. Armstrong and daughter, Josie How ard, Mrs. Mary Evans, F. Caches, M. Butlum, A. N. McMurray, Jacob Smirke, Winchester. A. Newcomb and family, W. Hansom, A. B. Wright, C. Story, J. Cooper. ft Los Angeles still goes forward st ad ily and surely in the niatur of buiiu iiig. Many line residences are in course of construction, and among the rest we note that of Mr. H. Newmark, on Fort street, between Second and Third. Mr. E. F. Kysor is the archi tect for the building, and the firm of Skinner & Small contractors. The house will be two stories, frame, in s ze 43x44 feet, with a kitchen attaciied 81x25 feet. It will be finely finished, and will cost when completed about $10,000. On the adjoining lot to N-w --mark'S place, Mr. Eugene Meyers is also building a fine residence. Mr. A. M. Shannon is the contractor for this work, and is fast bringing his charge into the semblance of a house. The building is of frame, two stories, 2HxoO ITI, with a wing sixteen foet square and an addition in the rourtwenty feet each way. The whole cost of con struction will be about $7,000. Mr, Kysor is also architect for this build ing, The new residence of Mr. Me- Loan, on the corner of Fort and Second streets, is rapidly near!ngcom pletion. The house is of frame, iv size 44x24 feet, and costs $4,000. The track for the new horse railroad hits been laid from the corner of First and Spring streets to Hill street past Fifth. As far as built, the road is of line quality, both in material and con struction, * A small T rail is used, laid on ordinary cross-lies of good heft,aud ballasted with sand nnd gravel. For a few days the work has been in a sort of xtatii i/uit for the want of iron to complete the track. A supply of this material has now arrived at Wilming ton, however, and will be on hand in a day or two, when the work will be vigorously prosecuted, and, it is thought, completed by Thursday of next week. One of the curs will ar rive by the incoming Monterey, anil at once Will be placed upon the track, sit that iv a few days another metro politan feature will be added to our city. THE HONEY BUSINESS. All liitclllgonl Denier I, mi of Stock j ill the Stat—lleumn j t'.tr I.o* tie trelc* Honey. EDITOR Herald: Tho word in quotation marks, of a former article, appeared in print candied (proper) in stead of "Cadld." The intention of writing it, as appeared in account of sales, was to show how well-informed in honey terms the dealer was. Bees this season are throwing off a greater number of swarms than last, and some who are in the bee business think that the increase of stock will be so rapid in (his section, that soon; there Will be such a yield of honey that we can find no market. On account of the cold Winters and short honey seasons of the Eastern States,the loss in stocks has been very great, particularly since 1871, caused by the Winter disease. At tbe Northeastern Bee-Keepers' Association, held at Utlca, New York, last February, the largest yield of honey reported by any one firm was (i 000 pounds, A small shipment of " Mid extracted honey sent to Cadiz, Ohio, last November, sold for 25 cents per pound, and the purchaser pro nounced it superior to their white clover honey. I understand the firm selected to handle the honey of the Los Angeles Bee-Keepers' Association will aim to j establish an Eastern trade. It is said of Pythagoras that he made one meal daily of honey alone. A very healthy-looking apiarian in formed me that he, singly, ate 150 pounds of honey annually. Will Los ! Angeles county fall to have a market | for the honey produced? A. J. Davidson. Los Angeles, May 7th. Special Notices. M. The tide of Immigration is steadily set ting in, and the first thing eastern people do i« to throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of Dks.monii, They say there is no comparison between the two, • Look nt Tata I The only place in the city to pel choice Engravings, chromos, Oil Paintings, etc., is at M. V. Ponel's, A 6 Main Street, where you can buy them cheap tor cash, or pay in weekly Installments of from »j cents to It, ac cording to the amount purchased. Eastern Dress-maker removed — Miss Logan, late from the East, has removed from Mrs. Park's millinery store to No. 3D Spring street, opposite the Court-house. Ladies may depend on tlie latest styles sup plied directly from the East, Fitted garments and fitted patterns a specialty. aplU-lm School and Miscellaneous Books, Law Hooks and Blank Forms—Stationery. Blank Hooks, Albums, and Ladies' Writing- Cases. Pianos, Organs, VlOllnS and Accord lons, and otner Musical Instruments for sale at lowest prices, by BRODRICK & CO., Booksellers and Stationers. TO Ike Alllicted. QratefUl not only for entire relief from ter rible Buffering of seven years standing but for a perfect cure of Internal piles by an opera lion scarcely more painful than my daily sufferings before the operation, I feel it a duly I owe lo those similarly afflicted to nive this testimonial of the skililul and efficient treatment of Dr. J, H, Lealof Los Angeles. 1 Ir, Leaps success is more highly appreciated from tlie tact that several of the prominent phy elans of l.os Angeles had treated me with out understanding my disease and of course without success. ISA BELL MARTIN. San Gabriel, March 14, 1874, mblB-2m Look here, weary woman—there is roslfoi you! steam Will do your washing! The new patent Climax Washer, just Intro duced in Los Angeles, is a self-acting ma chine, and dispel* all dread of wash-day. R stops tlie use of tin- wnsh-lioard; it stops all the band-rubbing and labor in washing; it neither rubs, nor scrubs, pounds, nor man gles, and therefore neither wears, tears, nor injures the most delicate fabrics. It washes any clothing, no matter how dirty, from the ooaiaesl blanket to the finest lace, in from go 10 4e 111 mules. As we are selling Ihe Washers on their own merits, We Wi 1 1 deliver them to you for your approval. If they de not perform as represented, you need not keen them, Call and get one on trial,at the DOLLAR STORE, li>2 Main street, Los Angeles.^ PUBLIC NOTICE. CV iNSEMEBS OF WATER OP TIIE LOS j Angeles City Water Company, residing east oi Hill, New High and Casteiar streets, will please lake NOTICE, Thai they will only lie allowed the use vi water for garde mi between the hours of 7 and (I a. h . and 4 and li t>. m., on and after this date. Any violation of this rule, which will be strictly enforced, will be met by cutting off the water. Nor will any consumer lie allowed to furnish water for building pur poses without leave of the Superintendent. Plumbers Will please take notice that they will nor be allowed to place bath-tubs or waler-. I isets in any premises Without first notifying the superintendent. C. E. MILES, Superintendent. Los Angei.ks, May fi, IS7I. my7tf IF YOU WANT A DELICIOUS dish of STRAWBERRIES OR ICE CREAM, CALL ON SIAIONDH Sc CO., At the PALACE ICR CREAM SALOON) Spring street, opposite the i'ostoftiee. Premium Arctic Sous and a fine stock of Candies constantly on hand. up;w tf Mrt, M> If). EDWARDS, Midwife and Nurse, NO. t, SECOND STREET. K2] Behind the Cnttaulle •■■rati It HORSE POWER MOWING. Hay Making to Order. M. C. BAKER, Sni mii Machine Ezcliunsc, 39 Spring Street. mystf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WHITE CLIFF DAIRY. rpHE BEST QUALITY OF MILK A. furnished to families it prieeedefying competition. Patronise » youiig, enterprising " in, and get value received lor your money. Leave orders at WOiIIiJIAIN BUO**., OR WITH W. 11. M VUSHA LL. my Vim Driver of Wagon. CITY LAUNDRY, N INTH STREET, BETWEEN Grasshopper and < iritlin streets, LOS ANOELES. Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAUR ANT WASHING done on reasonable terms, PEARLBUTTONS sewed, oil. and o.dinary MENDING done. Washing flailed lor and de livered, FREE oE CHAKt lE, aarOracrslateai Brodenck'i Hooks noS-lmlp ,1. s. u'N TT IS MORE THAN IMPORTANT TO 1 know that Mendel Meyer, Proprietor of the VIENNA EXPOSITION STORE has just returned from the innrket With a complete assortment of goods: 11! yards American prints, $1 no. 8 yards While Rock and other brands of bleached dome tie lor si 1,0. Ladles' foxed Balmorals at $\ BS. Dress (ioods, OhambrOS and nil s ins of Spring < iuods from 12J4C per yard up. (ten tie mens'Spring beaver suits from is up and all other goods in proportion. You will and it to your advantage to call at MENDEL MEYER'S VIENNA EXPOSITION STORE, AT IIEIN'SCH S BLOCK, Cor. Los Angeles and Commercial Sts. apXMmo GRAND OPENING a r • THE CAPITOL SRtttrd it y, Mn y «5 <1. ----with a 5 — ENTIRE NEW STOCK — or— j>rrv (joods, FANCY GOODS. Gents' Furnishing Goods HATS AMD CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES. YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS* CLOTHING, MADE UP IN THE LATEST STYLE. ALSO o jx i» er r & er AU, iiEscrm-rteNs, Whie'i will lie •fiend lO Ihe public «! Lower Rates than the Lowest, The public are sorilinlly invlied to c*!l snd examine our Immense s'n< k — AT — THE CAPITOL, (■I'HING STREET, Nearly Opposite the Postofflce. NEW YORK BAKERY, MAIN STREET. BELOW THIRD. ALL KINDS OF BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACKERS, And PASTERY kept constantly on hand. Wedding Cakes a Specialty. Delivery to any part of the cily. myfi-tf BUKHARD & EHINOER. GREAT REDUCTION Ju U 3X B E R. J. C. JACKSON, COR. ALAMEDA AND FIRST STS,, SELLS Rough Oregon and Rodwood AT $32 SO per M feet. Surfaced and Tongued and Groved Oregon, AT $42 60 per M feet. Surfaced and Tongued and Groved Redwood, AT fs4 *-i C><> per M feet. ALSO 1 DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, LATHS, REDWOOD SHAKES, POSTS, PLASTER PARIS, CEMENT AND HAIR. myi-U W. W. KOBI*»«». A*.-at. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO. For New York, via Panama. Tho fsverite stdewheel slesiasbie At<>n tana a.OTO Tony, VVl|] leave «etl Francisco SATt'IiDAY, MAY 9th, and call at San Diego. The Steamer Senator, FROM SAN_rF.DKO, SUNDAY, MAT 10th, Will make close connectioa with the Mon laaa at San Diego. Passage from San Pedro to New York: Cabin-Upper Deck |1M (H Main " m (*> Steerage io (JO Xr«r«»ifijlit on Wool. To New Yoik 81 75 Ti lie Ths. To Botton 2 N V 100 »a. Apply to U. MeLELLAN, Agent, atyl-td Las Angeles. "THE BAZAAR" (las Just revived ONE HUNDKBti LADIES' LINEN SUITS, Whlcli Mi yate selling at the ■atraonllnary Low Pries af FIVE DOLLARS. 50 Pieces Grass Linen, AT 1.l < «nts par Yard. ♦»\?: lit MIDI) Ladies' Linen Skirts 4T ONE DOLLAR. AIi«U, Just R ccci ved, A full line of our eelebreted JOSEPH'S KID GLOVES IN SUMMER SHALES. AT Ou« Dollar p©r Pair. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Ou account of the recent panle la the East, all goods ef American manufacture has fallen Fifty per cent, frem last year's prices, t..e benefit of which we intend to give to the pub lic. The public will judge of our.sinecrity by giving us a call. ISAAC NORTON & CO., t'OKNaa otf - Maia and Ilaqiiena Sts., orrOSITE THE U. 9. HOTKL. aa»tf ii. whmi.rk. gil. Jons. WHISLER & CO.. AT TIIK DEPOT STORE Opposite the Depet, deal in FLOURi PROVISIONISi V EGETAHLK9, CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Dried aad t'auueri Fruit, llciiicy. ICtC. HaTe forsaleHAY.OßAlNand PRODUCE of all kinds. Gends delivered toanvpio-t af thsaity. snriw-tt CASWELL & ELLIS Hare Just received a large lot of elegant TOILET SOAPS, Highly perfumed, from the celebrated estab lishment of McKeone, Van Haganu * Co.'s, Philadelphia. Alsd a great variety of flae soape far BARBERS USE, BATH-ROOMS, FINE LAUNDRY PURPOSES. frofle « h j have once tried these soaps will USE NO OTHER, And I bey are especially adapted lo Ihe hard Water of Los AJsgalaa. a»d«-lja DRY GOODS. CITY OF PARIS! 51 and 53 Main St., - TaOmi sNUELKS. •Tuait Received i ISO LADIES mjjT r rm. -r ..." * . ?>• ■ Off THE Latest Styles, i AVHICH WE OFFER FOR SALE I AT HI r-vsJatttaai .V t \m wmrnVmAm EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICE S3 SO STRIPED GRENADINES •mmmW — reryeid. I£s «Btf». Peryw*. ALSO, ATREDUCED PRICES I | ts IMeaea Asaartad BLACK SII.KS, at arasa #1 M te S» sev yme*. ALSO, AN ENTIRE INVOICE —c a — NEW STYLE SPRING GOODS, Jast rseeWsd. aem the Seat aad Barepe, waleh are offer at EXTREMELY LOW FIGURES. Alii EKE BtT» dt «*»., aiy M i a a see is ics ta ». Bataard m Sa, ' : _W__-_L J___o__ »j_ MISCELLANEOUS. THE DOLLAR STORL Main St., opposite Court-house, DUNS MOOR BROS.. Proprietors. On and after February I Oth tbe following geod* will be sold at the follow ing prices: (BOiKEKY AMI ( l ASSH Altt : 11 Tumblers for f.l Ot 8 Goblets for 1 00 12 Teacups and .Saucers for 1 00 I Teacups and Saucers (heavy) for 1 00 1 Largo Lamp,comp'ete 1 00 12 Large Tea Plates' for 1 01 1 Washbowl and PitclierlOr 1 0 »a_ We liave an Immenne stock of Ueoda In tliia Line, of every descrip* i ion. which will be sold at pricea to correspond wltb above. Also, a complete assortment of FURNISHING GOODS which we are now selling off at pricea m pio purtion to the 10l lowing: 1 Fine Gent's White Shirt lor »1 Oo 1 All Wool Overshirt t 00 1 Pair Heavy Cotton Knit Pants 1 00 10 LargffTowels 1 08 ti Pairs Patent Iron Frame Hose 1 00 4 Pairs Gent's British Socks 1 00 1 Good Hat, for Lady or Gent 1 08 Our store Is stocked with Goods of Every Description, and we are now scl Hug off cheap er than ever. No Chargefor Examining Goods. GIVE US A CALL. PICTURES FRAMED AND Frames Made to Order, nt the lowest price. We make this business a specialty, and guarantee tlrst-class work at short notice. Kemember THE DOLLAR STORE, MA-ITV HTRICKT. opposite Court-house. marB-tf LAFAYETTE STORE." PN. ROTH & CO. • NO. t:l MAIN STREET. Wholesale and retail dealers la Gents' Furnishing Goods, Provisions, Fine Wines, Lhpuors, Cigars and Whiskies. oc!4tf Montana Meat Market. FR —LINGER & FRANCE. fWPfV The best und tenderest Meats in tlie market. Nouebntthe *_■__ Primest Beef and Mutton ever to be found. Note tlie address—Montana Meat Market, Main Street, near First, Los Angeles. 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 shnre of tlie publh patronage. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. CASHION m LUNNEY, fJBUf 117 and lit Main St. Ladies' Hair Goods. Silts. CiMOlllt BI'BTON, I_ii«li«'!s' Ilitii* DrcsiHcr, BRAIDS, CURLS~ AND WATER- Falls kept on hand. Wigs made to order on short notice. Tuuglcd hair straightened, and mude late any shape. Perfumes of the finest quality for sale. SHOP ON SPRING ST.. Ja2ot Opposite the Postoftiee. PAGE & GRAVEL, Successors ta Joha Geller. Carriage and Wagon MANUFACTORY, No*. 33, 35 aud 37 l.ua A age lea afreet, LOS ANGELES, Cal. MANUFACTURE CARRIAGE.-,, Wagons nnd Vehicles of all Cf_E_JL< kinds,of toe rest materials, und on short notice. A Complete Painting and Trimming Estab lishment attached. ear Repairing neatly and promptly done, aaurrices Moderate. All work warranted. IMIIT-tl . HELLMAN, HAAS &, CO., Forwarding & Commission MERCHAM TS, HAVE FOR SALE THE PUREST GROCERIES, THE BEST PROVISIONS, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco Of the choicest imported Krands. I'tiMS, on.s, noons and kasiiek, BLINDS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Handle Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., Los ANOKLKS. niwttl AGMBXOY Fire and Marine Insurance. COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALIFORNI .. Cuhli Ac-ei. | Office, No. 228 California st., Si C. W. Kn.LOGfl, Pres. | H. a. H i <J. JL. BANCRt t\ FIRE AGENT. JT. JL,. WARD. MARINE AGENT, LOS ANGELES CAL. N. R.—Rates bused upon the character of the risks assumed, uucontrolled by any combin ation or monopoly. A business corporation managed hy business men. DIRECTORS: W W Dodge. Levi Steven». < laws spreckles, James Oaiuble, seldon S Wright, Charles Alain, W UCummlugs, W II Hooper, C F MacDermott, G L Brad lev, James M Barue\, James Phelan. C W Kellogg, James LlutOrth, AWJec, ft H Crocket, Peter Dean, N DThayer, John H Wise, F s Freeman, CJDccrlng, HHHaskill. apr2l aw Carriage Wagon i* __ i r jT iiv _a Neatly and promptly done ut Nos. 24 and 26, Aliso Street, Betweea Lc« Angeles and Alameda si rests set tt thuum j. UVRBAT. Sealed Proposals TIT II v BF RECEIVED aT THE ML.-.T yy lug f the Combion Council ou 1 'hm% lay. the Uth of May, lor ihe maKing ami • - pairing of a portion t • .mnm.N i •, irvui m at ihe euivert crossing Mam stfMt. k: M. Aiorr.s Vines anl,through in- land of b. Celt* anil o. VV Childs. Flans ami speclfHnli'imj ol the •.oik v«iil be founil at the City ourveyoi s of tice, at the corner of First ami spring s reets. my9-tt M. KUEMER, City Clerk. NOTICE. THE ANNUAL ... _.-TING FOR THE clecllou of Directors ot ihe Petroleum Kefinlng Company will be held at the office .it the NecreU-ry, on TUESDAY, JUNEiSd, al 4 o'clock, p. y. By order ol me President, mnyl-law-tw R. L. I'EEL, Secretary. Dissolution Notice. THE FIRM OF CASHION & LUNNEY IS this day dissolved by mutual exiMsent, Air. Cushion having sold bis mierost to Mr. Luuney, who will puy all indebtedness oi tlie late in in aud is autiiurized to isjllect ull out. standing debts. JOHN i'AsUIhN. PETER LUNNEY. Roferrlng to the above,! rtrst thank my many friends und customers lor the liberal patron age bestowed upon this linn, ol which I have been a member; ul«o, knowing—as 1 do—ibat there is no more reliable man in the business from which I am now retiring, I usk my friends and customers locoiuluuo their lavors to the house of P. Luuney. 111yS-.it JOHN r^stTTOV. 6. D. McLENNON HAS REMOVED His GROCERY AND Provision rtiore to the new building ou commercial street, adjoining the Com me re a I iteobiuraut, where he will i»e happy to lei vu bis uuiuerous friends aud putrum. uiyt-lm*