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WEDNESDAY MAY 20, 1874.
saassaaaa»SMOMaMaMssiMEa»«»oapcuj.., i ..MAii.aaJi NOTICE. Subscribers will please tuke notice Unit Mr. Sam. Bergs is alone authorised to collect sub scriptions for the HIBALD sinco April 21st I ait, No other person is allowed to collect subscript ions for the paper. CITY AND SUBURBS. The new HERALD pamphlet will be out in a few days. The German School will hold a pic nic above the Arroyo Seco next Fri day. The ladies ofthe M. F. Church will give a public dinner on the Fourth of July. Mr. F. L. Vandenbergr, Superintend ent of tho Atlantic and Pacific Tele graph line, is in the city. Ladies may still join the course «f physiological lectures at Good Tem plar's Hall to-day at 3 r. U, The Senator will sail for San Fran cisco Friday, May 22d. The steamer train will leave the depot at 4 P. If. The case of Morasovich came up be fore Justice Traft'ord yesterday, and was continued until to-day at 11 o'clock. DIN Lucky has placed on our table a copy of " The Prayer of Agassis," by John G. Whittier; and "Agassiz" by T. W. Parsons. Mr. James U. Crawford left yester day morning to make a preliminary survey of the Los Angeles and Inde pendence Railroad. Business men should read the adver tisement in another column about the blank certificates ot partnership now for sale at this ollice. Mrs. Dr. Larkin will commence her course of physiological lectures to la dies at Good Templar's Hall this af ternoon at 3 o'clock. It is reported that the pursuers of the Vasquez gang still out have been heard from, and that they are more than two hundred miles from Los Angeles. A lodge of the Knights of Pythias will shortly be organized iv our city. A number of our best citizens have their names enrolled as charter mem* hers. Messsrs. Serrano & Bilderrain have Opened a line stock of dry goods, Clothing, boots and shoes, in Beaudry's Block, on the corner of Los Angeles and Aliso streets. Willie Clapp and Donald Johnson, members of the Boys' Intermediate School, merit commendation for per fect attendance and unexceptionable deportment during the month ending May loth. E. P. BIXBY, Teacher. On Fridry and S tttnday next, May 22dand "3d will occur the Jewish holi days called "Chwuas"—similar to our Whit Sunday. A number of young ladies of our city will be confirmed at that time by the Rev. Mr. Edelmau. Luca Martinez brought suit before Justice Trafford yesterday against Jose Ferrar on a charge of petit larceny. It is claimed that Ferrar stole a gold ring from the lady, valued at ten dollars. The case is set for to-day at 3 o'clock P. M, In the U. S. Land Oflice, yesterday, three cases under the Act of 1866 were concluded. They were the suits of Schumacher, Henry Hancock and Eastou it Davis, which have hereto* fore been left open for documentary evidence. John McDonald's restaurant, Com mercial street, near the depot, has been greatly enlarged and improved, and now affords all the delicacies of the season. Board and lodging by the month at special rates. Single meals or beds, 2fi cents. Give him a call. The last rails on the Spring and Sixth Street Railroad were lain yes terday afternoon. The lirst car for the road Is expected to arrive this week from San Francisco. Its completion has been delayed In Consequence of (he foggy weather preventing the drying of the paint. The following letters are held for postage at the 10-t dtico iii this city: Wm. Galicioth, Salinas; Franeisca Rays, city; R. Chelton, Spadra; Sam'] S. Page, city! Mrs. H. K. Hallenbeck, Perryshurg,' Ohio; C. P. Harmon. Malt Lake City, Utah—two. I'nmailable; Messrs. J. Fisher & Bro. Mr. Aaron Sniitii has lately returned from San Francisco with the finest and most extensive stock of carpetings ever brought to this city. Tiie new goods have been received at the Carpet Warehouse on Main street,where tiiey are now for sale at bottom prices. The funeral of the late J. C. Henry Mueller will take place from the resi dence, corner San Pedro street and* Kohler lane, to-day at 10 A. M. Mr. Mueller was a member of the Turn Verein Society, and we learn that he will be buried by that fraternity. The Express says that Judge Mc- Nealy of San Diego will open District Court here next Monday, and lawyers who have cases on the calendar will do well to prepare them, so that there maybe no unnecessary delay. Judge Hepulveda will sail for San Luil Obis po on Friday, and open Court in that place next Monday, the 25th. Judge Murray of San Luis Obispo is now holding Court at Santa Barbara. The Lewis Brothers are in San Di ngo, The Union, referring to them, nays; "Tliis popular troupe will appear before tho public of San Diego on Mon thly and Tuesday evenings, May 181 h and 10th. Their entertainments are spoken of by the Los Angeles press as iv every respect superior; the crowded houses with which they were greeted there sufficiently attest the excellence of their performance." Officer Thomas yesterday arrested a hoy named Violobos on a charge of stealing a gun, or rather borrowing that article and not returning it. Some time since Violobos presented an order to a gunsmith in our city, purporting to come from Mr. Foster, asking for the loan of the gun. and it was given into the boy's hands. This he failed to deliver either to Foster or the owner, and the gunsmith had him arrested as stated. Whether the boy's fault was negligence or dishonesty re mains to be proven. The good people of San Diego are in high dudgeon over the proposed pur chase of a second hand lire engine, brought from San Jose. The World says: "At a meeting of the San Diego Fngine Company, held last evening, it was unanimously resolved that the engine recently brought to the cily from San Jose be rejected, and that the city be recommended not to pay for the same. Mr. Nottage, who knows the history of the machine, gave the com pany the "points." The engine will probably be shipped back. The appa ratus l« oue of Fair's manufacture, and Fair built his last engine in 183;!; he f}led in 1830. It is of lawful age. Wilmington Items. From the Enterprise of Muy I ). Wool is coming in at the warehouse in considerable quantities. (lov. Downey has been elected one of the Directors of the new wharf. Pile driving is the order of the day at the front. Charles Sweetzer, fisherman at this place, showed us, yesterday, some mammoth shrimps, the largest being over nine inches in length. It is a fact, perhaps, not generally known, that the finest Irish pototoes grown in Southern California, are raised In the vicinity of Wilmington. The eucalyptus trees, planted by Col. Wilson, some two months ago, in the park In front of the College, arc growing beautifully. We pass" these trees daily, end sometimes imagine we can detect an increase in bight in the space of two days. Capt. Sears, of the U. S. Engineer Corps, in charge of the breakwater, is "pegging away," as usual, lie is one of the most indefatigable workers in California. If all Government officials were tis faithful, the nation would be Infinitely betteroffthan it now is. San Diego Items. Prom the World and Union of May 19. This city held an election on Thurs day. There were plenty of candidates but no apparent politics. Total num ber of votes cast, 456. Senator McCoy has been seriously ill with the scarlet fever, but we are glad to hear he is recovering. James Johnson, of Han Luis Rey, imported some very fine sheep on the steamer Senator. The sheep were sheared here yesterday. A year-old clip from live sheep weighed fifty six pounds, and a six-months' clip from nine sheep averaged ten pounds each. The wool is of remarkably line texture. Articles of Incorporation ha\ebeen filed iv the ollice of A. S. Grant, County Recorder, of the "Helvetia" mining company, located at Julian, in this county. The incorporators are Count Dwarakowski,Solomon Shultz, Thos. C. Stockton, August Burkhardt and Oliver S. Sanford. The capital stock is $3,000,000, which is divided into 30,000 shares at $100 each. San Bernardino Items. From the Guardian of Muy 16. Strawberries are becoming very abundant in our market. Work on an artesian well, on the Court-house grounds, was commenced on Tuesday. Mr. Stewart has a nice little band of sheep on the Cliino ranch—lo,ooo in the llock. Mr. Anderson lias commenced the erection of a magnificent brewery building, opposite the Court-house. The early sowed grain is rapidly ripening in old Sau Bernardino. Crops in old San Bernardino, gener ally, are "ahead of the sickle." Mr. Levick lately discovered what promises to be a very rich ledge, about six miles south of the famous Blue Jay mini. The ore 1 is galena, contains a very large percentage of silver, a little gold, ami traces of copper. The new mine has been already located; it is named the " HM-slde, and is owned by Messrs. McDonald and Levick. Anaheim Items. From the Southern Ualifbrnlan o f Muy 16. Bennerscbeldt is laying the pipes for his gas-works. Nino steamers have l&aded at Ana heim Landing during the present month. Some cases of measles have made their appearance In our usually healthy locality. Houses are in constant demand here. Some enterprising capitalist could make money by building a lew cot tages to let. The people in Richland and vicinity are all setting out fruit trees. Six loads of orange and lemon trees passed through town on Tuesday last. Wednesday was marked with both a White stone and a black one, in Ana heim annals—the first street gas-light and the lirst Chinese baby. An Attractive Entertainment. We understand that Mr. J. S. Neill, the popular actor and elocutionist,will give an entertainment at tho Merced Theatre on Saturday evening next, consisting of scenes from some of Shakespeare's tragadies, in costume, "Raiy O'Moore," and a new local sketch entitled "The Capture of Vas quez." Mr. Neill has prevailed upon the Los Angeles favorite, Sam. \V. Piercy, to assist him on the occasion, which will positively be his last ap pearance here; and from what we know of the talents of both gentlemen, we can promise those who attend a rare treat. One of the features will be the great jealously scene from "Othello," with Mr. Neill as "lago" and Mr. Piercy tis the Moor, (his first appear ance in that role.) In the sketch of "Vasquez" several local amateurs of note will appear. The following passengers left San per steamer Senator yesterday: For Sau Pe-dro—W. J. Dullin, Mrs. Hutch ing*. Mrs. Jenks, Mm. S. DeLong, C. H. Price and wife, S, W, Chubbuck ami wife, J. S. Redloe, Samuel Skip perd and wife, Mrs. Brown and daugh ter, Mrs. Green and daughter, Mr. Brown; R. E. Jackson, S. F. Dewey, Mrs. Jost and child, Mrs. Corwin, F. P. Cooper, W. H. Sibley, J. S. Corwin, W. W. Goodall, M. Morton, H. S. Russell, R. F. Loftpick and wife, Mrs. Richards and son, Mrs. Connolly and child, R. M. Miner, O. Ncwberg, W. E. Ozle, J. Francisco, E. W. Cham berlain, G. A. Bwany, F. O. Vincent) J. S Racklin and wife, J. H. Huntz, L. Wolfsky, J. Lowe, Henry Braz, F. W. Fink. Ceo. Erwin, Wm. Wright, R. A. Fisher, L. Kelly, J. Kelly, C. G. Baxter, H. Gross and wife, C. Taylor, J. Burt. For Santa Barbara—J. H. Swift, Miss luce, A. H. Tevis, J. A. Swctt, Miss McElroy, M. Howard and wife, Mr. Schuman, A Ballard, Miss Marey, Win, M. L«nt, J. M. Hall, J. M. and O. G. Larue, J. Willians, o.' Pearoe, A. B. Barnes, Miss Marcy, C. P. Dickson, W. Hazeltine, Rev. J. Wines, P. PafTand wife, Mrs. Pearce, Miss Ida Harding, Miss Gratiot, J. J. Thompson, Frank Buell, James Filz patrick, John Jones, John Smith, J. L, Abel. J. S. Waite ami wife, M. Conyes, wife and child, Mrs. C. H. Kelton, Miss Ida Main, F. Schoeder, B. Ousan, A. W. Dow, J. Hill, J. McDougall. I.uuk at Till*! The only place in tho city to get choice Engravings, Ohromos, oil Paintings, etc, Is nl M. V. l'onet's, 6(1 Main street, where you can buy them cheap for eush, or pay In weekly Installments of fromßS cents te SI, ac cording to tho nmount purchased. Latest Telegrams. THE MASSACHUSETTS DESERTER fhe Loss of Life Greater than An ticipated. GREAT EXCITEMENT in FRANCE —.— ECiitsn Elected (Senator from C 'on need icul. EASTERN. Ilaxtcr mid Itrooli*. LITTLE Rock, May IS. —In fhe House,a resolution was passed appoint ing a Committee to investigate the re port whether any State officers have been engaged in armed insurrection against the Government. Baxter has revoked his proclama tion. Large numbers both of Brooks' and Baxter's troops left to-day. Connecticut Electa it Democratic Seat* n tor. New HAVEN, Conn., May 1!). —A ballot for U. S. Senator was taken to day. The vote stood: Senate —Eaton (Dem.), 16; Buckingham (Rep.), 4. House —Eaton, 132; Buckingham, 76; J. R. Hawley. 11; D. A. Wells, 1. The Legislature meets in joint session to morrow to confirm the election of Eaton. The Pacific Mail Loses Its Kubslily. "Washington, May 19th.—The Sen ate Judiciary Committee at a meeting yesterday and to-day, were occupied with the dispute between the Union Paciiic and Kansas Pacific it. R. Com pany on the question of pro rata. On finishing this subject the Committee will take up the questions involved in the so called Sutro Tunnel amendment to supplemental mining bills. The House Postal Coinmitee to-day agreed that the contract with the Paciiic Mail Steamship Co., giving a subsidy of live hundred thousand dollars per an num for additional mail service is null and void by reason of non-fulfillment of contract, and that the sum appro priated be converted into the Treasury and that no additional appropriation be made under the contract. This leaves the old contract of half a mil lion dollars per annum having three years to run undisturbed. The S». .11. N. H. Co.'s Election. New YORK, May 19.—The forthcom ing Pacific Mail election is exciting Considerable interest on Wall street. Twenty-five thousand shares were transferred on the books yesterday, but it is claimed that the present man agement has proxies for 130,000 shares, out of a capital stock of 200,000 shares. The Reservoir Disaster- Aid to be <>1 veil. Springfield, Mass., May 19.—The search for bodies continues, antl many more have been found. It Is now thought that last night's estimate was too small. Boston, May IS.—The Legislature hits appointed a Committee to investi gate and report on the Mill river dis aster, wilh a view of extending neces sary aid. Mos; •. and Lambert in Limbo. COLUMBIA, S. ('., May IS.—Governor Moses and ex-Treasurer Lambert have been indicted by a Republican Grand Jury for breach of trust with fraudu lent intentions and for grand larceny. Warrants for their arrest have been served, and the County Solicitor de clares his intention of prosecuting them vigorously, FOREIGN NEWS. Tbe .TliiiMle in I'roiieli Politics. PARIS. May 18.—-The prolongation of the Ministerial crisis causes great ex citement at Versailles. Fffbrts to form a Ministry from the Left anil Right Centers continue without suc cess. The Bight and Bight Center seek to exclude the Bonanartists front the Government. Dispatches from Versailles assert that the Cabinet will be completed to-morrow from the Bight Centre and Moderate Bight. The evening journals report I hat Gou lard despairs of BUCCess, Yon Ariiim Ketircd. BERLIN, May Ih.—Kinperor William has ordered the temporary retirement from the German Diplomatic service of Count Van Arillm Mpiuiisli Affairs. MADRIP, May 18. —Concha has es tablished his headquarters at Miranda. Ravia has resigned the Captain* Generalship of Madrid. General Rey lias been appointed in his place. Bayonnk, May 18. — The Carlist Commander-in-Chief, Dorregary, is marching upon Kstella with a large force, Destructive Fires. Sr. Thomas, Out., May 19.—A fire at Aylmoi this forenoon burned forty houses, Including the Montreal Tele graph Company's offices, No particu lars are yet obtainable. A lire at Kingston this morning burned several shoe and tailor shops, with their contents. SAN FRANCISCO. Arrival ol' the Panama Ntcimier. San Francisco, May 19. —The Pa cific Mail steamer Coiuna, from Pan* aina, arrived at 8 P. If. to-day, making the voyage in the extra good time of twelve days. SACRAMENTO. Incorporation-. - Appointment tt an Insane Any I mil Director. Sacramento. May 19.—Articles of incorporation of the Los Angeles So cial Club were filed in the office of the Secretary of State, principal place of business, Los Angeles. Also, articles of Incorporation of Helvetia Mining Company were filed. Principal place of business, city of San Diego; capital stock, $3,690,0iM). in shares of one hun dred dollars each. L. M. Cutting was commissioned Director of the Insane Asylum at Stockton. Crops In Napa. The Napa Reporter, of May oth, has the following: "Grain of all kinds looks well. The grape crop bids fair to exceed that of any previous year, and the fruits that have already given Napa so tine a reputation at home and abroad are already looming up, as usual, into proportions that will return an abundant harvest of coin Into the farmer's coffers. Napa never fails. Year after year, while other sections have their spasmodic alternations of one success and three failures, shegoes on Ihe same, a good crop every time, until the fanner's success has become just as certain a tiling as the succes sion of the seasons, The Manchrin Orange. Eitrroit Heualik I notice an ad vertisement in one of the Han Francisco papers, in which mandarin orange seed are oflered for sale. If your nur serymen have not that variety, I can put them iv tiie way of getting it with certainty. You know the Chinese are wonderful horticulturalists, and excel especially in the art of dwarfing trees. They will sell you an aged oak, no more than a foot high, which is hear ing acorns, and has about it other signs which assure you that the tree is many years old. Ho, also, will they sell you an orange tree growing in a flower-pot, whoh has no more trunk or boughs than a small rose-tree; but it will have several beautiful and per fect 6ranges on it, enough to convince you that the little dwarf tree is a man darin. When in Hong Kong, four years ago, it occurred to me that possibly this excellent variety had not been in troduced, and that 1 could do a great service by bringing a few trees with me; but, as I had no means of sending them from Han Francisco to Los An geles with certainty of care, I aban doned the idea. Writ*! to the agent of the I. M. 8. H. Co., at Hong Kong, and 1 have no doubt but what he will send as many as are needed. Ido not know that tiie mandrin is better in point of llavor or of size than other fine varie ties; but it has a peculiarity which enables you to peel and subdivide it without the use of a knife, and with out wetting your clothes or gloves with the juice. The rind seems to be larger than the meat, and, when you break the former, the latter rolls out with greater facility than a mealy potatoe sheds its jacket. There is a weak sys tem of fibres which connect the peel and meat together, which break almost as easily as a cobweb. Once in your hand, you may subdivide the parts as readily as you disengage the whole from the skin. The flavor of this or ange is exquisite. 1 cannot say as to whether it will keep well or not. Geo. w. Gift. MEMPHIS, Term., May 7th. Mineral King 'Mines. A correspondent of the Tulare Times under date of May 7th gives the fol lowing information concerning the new mining district: Snow is fast disappearing in said mines. Two whipsaws are running, and several men are making clap boards ready for sale. The lnyoand Visalia Wagon Road Co. haVe'a good" trail completed from Mount Hope to within two and a half miles of Harry's Rend, which is near the center of the mines, stiver City is fast settling up with families of those owning interests in the mines, and a school is already talked oi as commencing ou the sth of June. Silver City is about live miles due west from Harry's Bend, East Kaweah, a pleasant, healthy, locality, well wooded and watered, with no snow. There are now about 100 men in said district, and more arriving daily. The Recorder of said district, with his family, books, papers, blank transfers, notices, certificates, etc., leaves I'lano on the 11th inst., for Sil ver City, where he will be;glad to ac commodate all who need his services. Present indications bespeak a rapid Influx ofthe hardy sons and daughters of toil, who arc to open lip the richest mining district known to the world. The vast mineral deposits already dis covered place it beyond the reach of any rival on this coast, and yet the one-half is not told. A brilliant fu ture awaits Tulare county, and that, too, at no distant period of time. Vi salia, through its agents, the indefati gable .Meadows and McCinnis, has taken the initiatory steps to future greatness—for tbe present pack-trail will, within eighteen months, grow into a wagon road of sullicient dimen sions for a six-horse coach to pass on a run, at any point, a sixteen-mule team. There can be no doubt to the insane mind who has examined the vast amount of rich ore already lo cated. Look out for the steam-wagon on the narrow gauge, for it is surely going to Mineral King within live years, and that, too, up the Kaweah, for it is to only practicable route for a wagon road. Visalia has done well; let those who can, do better. Weather and Crops in Yolo. From tho Yolo Mail of May 7. For several days the weather lias been uncommonly cool, with slight showers, The wheat is heading out, and looks rank and heavy. The ab sence of heavy winds have saved much of it from falling down, and now the prospects are very flattering for abund ant crop. Yesterday the sun shone brightly in the morning, but n thun derstorm, with rain, overtook it before noon. There has been no such cool Weather at this time of the season for many years. Some of the farmers have feared that rust might set in, but, so far, we have no intelligence of the kind, and we know that any such disaster would have been promptly noted hy our farmers. Special Notices. Agency Liverpool and London and GHoM Insurance Company. Assets, $21,000, --000. Agency state investment Insurance Company, I ire anil Marine. Assets, 8.'U)o,O00, at Brodrick'* Book store, near tho Postamce. To the Afflicted. Ciratefui not only for entire relief from ter rible suffering of seven years standing but for a perfect ours of Internal piles by un opera tion scarcely niore painful than my daily sufferings before I lie operation, I feel it a duty lowetotlio.se similarly attlicted to give tliis testimonial of the skillful and efficient treatment of Dr. J. H. Leal of Dos Angeles. Dr. ideal's success is more highly appreciated from the. fact that several or tiie prominent physlans of f,os Angeles hail treated me with out understanding my disease and of course without success, ISABBLL MAHTIN. San Uabrlel, March 14, 1874. mhlß-2m Look here, weary woman—there is rest for you! steam will do your washing! The new patent Climax Washer, just Intro duced in Dos Angeles, is a self-acting ma chine, and dispels all dread of wash-day. It stops the use of the wash-board; it stops all the hantr-rubbtng ami labor iv washing; it neither rubs, nor scrubs, pounds, nor mun gles,and therefore neither wears, tears, nor injures (lie most delicate fabrics. It washes any clothing, no matter how dirty, from the coarsest blanket to the finest lace,ln from IKJto •10 minutes. As we are selling lire Washers on tbelr OWO merits, we will deliver (hem to you for your approval, If they do not perform as represented,you need not koep thorn. Call and gel one op trial,at the DODDAK STORE, 102 Main street, Dos Angeles, G. W. PARKER. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, nah or-KNm> A FINE ESTABLISHMENT AT No. 66 Main Street HE DOES FINE WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIRING, ■ —also— REPAIRING FOR THE TRADE. n|>24ir AUCTION SAUEB. ■ - -— — . P. BEAUDRY'S £3 -A- X-j Jt±j —OF— « TOWN LOTS HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO THE FIRST of JUNE. llu now ha* the pleasure of informing the public that his WATERWORKS, Whloh will enable him t* Supply Wa tor To tho lots enumerated below, are rapidly APPROACHING COMPLETION, And that on THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE The lollowing lots will be offered lor . SALE AT AUCTION 5 building lots near the bridgo crossing the Eos Angeles ltlver. Lots 10,20,21 and 28 In liloek KM, llellevue Terrace Tract, near the Woollen Mill. Lots B, 13, 15, lfl, 17, 10 and 20, fronting on Hope street anil Bunker Hill avenue, between Third und Fourth streets. Lots 13, 14, 15, 17 und 18, fronting on Hope street and Hunker Hill avenue, between Second and Third streets. Lots 11 and 12, fronting on Hope street and Hunker Hill avenue, between First und Sec cond streets. Lots 12,13,15 und 16,.front! US on Hope street and Bunker Hill avenuo, between Court ami First streets. Lots 11,12,13,15,18, IT, 18 and 19, fronting on Hope street und Buuker Hill uvenue between Temple and Court streets. Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, fronting on Charity street und Bunker Hill avenue, between Second and Third streets. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 nnd 8, fronting on Charity street, between First and Second streets., Lots 1,2,3,5, 6 and.7, fronting on Charity street, between First and Court street,. Lots 3, (i, 7, if a ml 9, fiontingon Charity street, between Court and Temple streets. Lot 8, corner Olive aud Temple streets. Lots 4,5, 7 and 8, fronting on west side of Olive, between Court and First streets. Lots 12 and 13, froatingon east side ofchari ty street, betweeu Court and First streots. Lots 10,14 and 15, fronting on east side of Olive street between Court aud First streets. Lots 11,14,15 und 17 on east side of Charity street, between Court and Temple streets. Lots 2, 3, 5 and 8 on west side of Hopo street, between Fourth and Fifth stroew. Lots 9,11,12,13 and H, cast side of Flower street, between Fourth and Fifth, streets. Lots I, 2,3, 4,6, 6, 7, 8,9 and 10, east side ol nope street, between Third and Fourth streets. Lots 1, 2, 3,4,5, 8,7 nnd 8, east side of Hope street, betwsen First and Second streets. Lots 1,2, 3,1,5, 6,7 >nd 8, east side of Hope street, between First aud Court streets. Lots 3, 4, 8, 7 and 8, east side of Hope street, between Court and Temple streets. Lois 10.11,12,13,14,15 and 17, Block I, Beau dry Tract, fronting on Olive street, betweon Second aad Third streets. Lots 3, 4, 5 and 0, Block 2, Beaudry Tract, fronting on wost side of Olive street, between Second and Third streets. Lots 10, |1,12,13,14,15, It, 17,18 and 19, Block 2, Beaudry Truct, fronting ou Eust side of Churlty street, botween, Second and Third streets. Lots 16,17 and 18, in Block 3, Beaudry Tract fronting on east side of Olive street, between Third and Fourth streets. Lots 4, 5, 6,7 and 8, In block 4, Beaudry Truct, fronting on west side of OUvo street, betwoen Third and Fourth streets. Ix)ts 11, 12, IS, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 10 and 20, Block 4, Beaudry Tract, (routing ou eust sldo Of Charity streot, betwoen Third aud Fourth streets. TEHMS OF SALE: . One-half cash, and the bulunco In six months, with approved note, bearing Interest ut the rate of one per cent per month. Five per cent ot purchase money, payable at time of sale, and If n,qt paid, the lot will be resold ut once to another. Parties not wishing to give an approved noU', may obtain Five per cent premium for cash, inylatf DRY COODB. CITY OF PARIS! 51 and 53 Main St., LOW ANWIiiLKH. •liint Reccired: ISO L.ADIEN' w j± l k: j tv o op vn . Latest Styles, WHICH WB OFFER. FOR KALE A I THB EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICE OK S3 50 STRIPED GRENADINES t AT Feryuid. 15 *»l Mm Nr»a*S. ALttO, AT REDUCED PRICES 23 Plceea AmrM BLACK SILKS, at lr«iu fl 23 to S3 par jar*. ALSO, AN ENTIRE INVOICE NEW STYLE SPRING GOODS, J«»t reeeiYea from Ut* Kiwi cad Earope, watch w» offtr al EXTREMELY LOW FIGURES. EV49UK METUI « SO., aiyl-tf Successors to I. i a/.uid A Ou. MISCELLANEOUS.! "THE BAZAAR" Has Just reed red ONE HUNDRED LADIES' LINEN SUITS, Whisk they are selling at the Extraordinary Low Price or FIVE DOLLARS. 50 Pieces Grass Linen, A'l IS CemtM per Yard. 'SL " ?1... HP9 e» HIHDIGD Ladies' Linen Skirts AT OjNE DOLLAR. ALSO, Just Received, A full line of our celebrated JOSEPH'S KID GLOVES IN SUMMER SHADES, AT One Dollar y*i' Pail*. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. On aeeouut of the recent panic la the East, all goods ef American manufacture has fallen Fitly per sent, frem lust year's prices, t..e benefit of which we intend lo give to the pub- He. The public will Judge ef our sinti'iity by giving us v call. ISAAC NORTON & CO., —OSSMS of— Maim unci Ilequrua St*., OPPOSITE TIIE U. S. HOTEL. ap'JMf GRAND OPENING — a f -— THE CAPITOL OK — - Saturday, May Sd, WITH AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, " Gents' Furnishing Goods HATS AND CAPS, t t ( - OWE On nOVOTO BOOTS & SHOES, YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDRENS' CLOTHING, MADE UP IN TnE LATEST STYLE. A Lao o .a. WL x* err n •f all naacaiPTieNs, Whtea will be offered to the public at Lower Rates than the Lowest, TUe public are cordially Invited to attend und examine our Immense sleek — AT — THE CAPITOL, SPRING STREET, Nearly Opposite tho Postoffico.