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WEDNESDAY JUNE 17, 1874. CITY AND SUBURBS. The Pacific will Hail for San Fran cisco next Saturday. Tho Orizaba wailed yesterday, with a full complement of passengers and freight. Splendid five-acre lots for 1660. Lo cated one mile this side of tin? race track. Apply to Kimball & Ban croft. * Uriel Moralles failed to put in his appearance before the County Court at the proper time, and his bail bond was declared forfeited. Those who wish lire-works for the Fourth of July, will do well to order them shipped from San Francisco by the California, which sails on the L'Oth. A writ of habeut corpus was issued for Bernard Newman, and tried in the District Court yesterday. Decision lias been reserved until tbe 18th at 10 A. M. Constable Sam. Bryant pleaded not guilty to the shooting of Sclunidt, in the County Court yesterday, and his case was set for trial ou June -»i'li at 1(1 A. M. We call special attention to an arti cle in this issue, "Sball Los Angeles have a College?" The subject is worthy the first and highest consider ation of our people. Jaims Fernandez Indicted by the Qrand Jury for murdering Mendioroz, was arraigned before the District Court Monday, and was given until next Monday to plead. Mr. F. Adam is constantly receiving now goods, from which he manufac tures the nobbiest suits in the city. Don't allow yourself to go looking seedy while Adam is in town. Mr. E. IL Hammond, lately in the employ of F. Laventhal of this city, while on his way to New Mexico for tbe benefit of his health, died at Mo have City, Arizona Territory, May 10th. The ancient and honorable tribe of Calithunipians are requested to meet in the County Court room this even ing at early candle light, to arrange for the clebration of the Fourth. By order of the Chief Sphinx. The ladies of San Diego are moving energetically in the matter of cele brating the coming Fourth. They have appointed their Canvassing, Fi nancial and Floral Committees, and are proceeding altogether in a very business-like manner, A Frenclnnivn yesterday brought suit before Justice (iray against aparty for disturbing the peace of his house hold. As may be supposed, there was a feminine trouble at the bottom of it. The case will come olf this morning at 10 o'clock, and some very peculiar de velopments are expected. We regret to state that Mr. Golds worthy is lying quite sick with bilious fever. He was attacked while on a surveying trip near Cucamongo, and .. t »,,,..,,.,! fa fnu'tl 1...;,,„ ..1.1..*., ride in his buggy to San Jose, ami thence by cars to the city. It is to be hoped that the fever will not prove of a dangerous character. A lino exhibition of female pluck was given on Main street the other day. A lady, riding a spirited horse, was thrown from her saddle three times in succession, but each time re mounted with the determination to conquer; and she did conquer at last, riding off in triumph. We did not learn the lady's name, but whoever she be, she is worthy to be dubbed a Knight and receive a gold medal for her determined bravery. The Grass Valley people will not be behind in celebrating. We clip tho following from tbe Union of that place: "The Trustees of the M. E. Church, of this place, are now making arrangements to celebrate the coming National anniversary with appropri ate exercises. There will be an ora tion, poem reading, etc., and at noon a grand dinner in the parsonage yard, to be followed in the evening with a grand |concert, all for the benefit of that [church. We understand that they propose to have a regular barba cue dinner. The matter will be placed in the hands of proper com mittees and will no doubt bo a decided success. The military ball given by the Los Angeles Guards last night was a com plete success in every way. A good number were in attendance, but the halls were not at all overcrowded so as to inconvenience the dancers. The whole round of dances, including the Virginia reel and Irish jig, was brought OUt. aud the company engaged in them with a gusto which betokened a full measure of enjoyment. Desmond's Band furnished the music for the occa sion, with tlie usual happy results. The halls presented quite a warlike appearance with the guns and accou trements belonging to the company in full display, and only the gay uniforms with clanking sabres and etceteras were wanting to place the " bould wodgerboys" in their element. At a late, or rather early, hour, the com pany broke up, well satisfied with this tile first effort of the Guards. We trust that there will be more of these agreeable affairs in tlie future. While passing down Main street last evening we overheard the follow ing conversation between two of our most respectable ladies, whom we Mhall report as Mrs. J. and Miss IL: Mrs. J. —"How do you do, Miss IL?" Miss IL —" Very well, I thank you; how very warm it is." Mrs. 3. —" Yes, it is very warm; and I was just going around to tbe Los Angeles Candy Works for a plate of ice cream. Won't you go along?" Miss IL—"Yes, thank you; but bad we not better go to * * • ?" Mrs. J.—" Lord bless you, no; they have just refitted their rooms—have now everything in grand order and you can have a privato room if you want without extra charge; and they give larger plates of tho best ice cream that I ever saw dished out (and 1 can assure you 1 liavo tried a great many in my life). Besides, I want to take some candy home for the chil dren, and that is the only place I can get fresh candy. They make it, and ure particular and retail all fresh made, anil my husband says lie can got tlie best cigars for the money of ;mjr place in town." Miss B.—" Well, I wish my beau would buy his cigars there, if lie can get a good one, for such smelling things as ho usually smokes is enough to sicken anybody walking beside him." And they are rigid. If anyone wants candy, ice cream, soda water, strawberries and cream, a cup of tea, coffee, chocolate, nuts, dates, tigs or the best cigars for the money in the city, they should go to the Los Ange les Candy Works, 16 Spring street, two doors below the Postoltice, Exhibition at the Sisters' School. The annual exhibition of the Sisters' School occurred yesterday, commenc ing at 10 o'clock A. M., and concluding about half past one in the afternoon. The exercises were held in the large arbor on the school grounds which had been provided with a close cover ing of willow boughs in addition to tlie natural foliage growing overhead. In the center was a raised platform neatly carpeted which served as a stage upon which the scholars per formed their parts. A line piano was provided, and its tones were particu larly mellow aud sweet in tlie half open-air auditorium. At the rear of the arbor on rising benches sat the girls of the school numbering one hun dred and twenty, all neatly dressed in white with blue and pink sashes and ribbons, making a most attractive pic ture. On the other thive sides were arranged seats for the visitors which were tilled to their utmost capacity; and, during the course of the enter tainment, much standing room was utilized. Within the arbor the air was delightfully cool and pleasant, and the place was free from all the disad vantages of a closely crowded room at this season of the year. No more de lightful place could have been chosen for holding the exercises. The pro gramme cemmenced with an entrance march performed by Misses Kelly and Briswalter; then followed a chorus, "Joy ! Joy ! Freedom To-day," by the school, accompanied on the piano by Miss Kelly. Next came the saluta tory address, by Miss A. Briswalter which wai very line, and in turn, suc ceeded by tho "Qui Vive Galop," by M isses M. Osgood and N. dv Py. Then foil iwed the coronation of two classes of girls in token of their special merit in studies and deportment. Following are the names of tlie pupils crowned: First honors — Gertrude Marques, Mary Oxart, Mary (.'arson, Clemen tina Clement, Juanita (iless, Natalie dv Py. Second honors — Mary Wilson, Julia Dyer, Mary Hession, Car mel Serrano, Guudalupe Aguilar, Agnes Wilson, Virginia Lafevre, Maiy Fitzgerald, Mary Stack, I'asca lina Amestoy, Mary Adams, Clotilda Sepulveda, Josephine Gassagne, Mary Cuddy, Jauna Sepulveda, Conoepcion Sanchez. The misses were crowned with wreaths of orange flowers, which were beautiful symbols of their innocence and purity. We regret that we can not mention each part of the pro gramme particularly with its merited praise; but its length compels a mere statement of the proceedings as a whole, with our testimonial to their uniform excellence. The remainder of the programme was as follows: "Martha," MissesT. Mesmer, C. Mas carel; address to the young ladies crowned, Miss J. Fitzgerald; "Come o'er the Moonlit Sea," Miss G. Mar qucz, M. Osgood, N. dv Py, F. de La Osa, accompanied by Miss Kelley. Premiums. " Hebrew Mother," Miss M. Osgood; "There's a Letter in the Candle," semi-chorus, accompanied by Miss M. Osgood; "La Madre Chris tian:'.," Mi;:;: C. Serrano; " Lei; Finer amies," piano solo, Miss N. dv i'y; essay, " Farly Impressions," written by Miss (I. Marquez, read by Miss A. Wilson; "La Nina," juvenile circle, accompanied by Miss J. Gless. Prem iums. "La Bayadere," Misses Kelley, M. Heston; "Niutdans les Deserts de l'Amerique." Miss N. dv i'y; "Jettoro Waltz," Miss A. Briswolter; " Brin disi (La Traviatai," Misses B. Soto, J. Gless; 11 Tapping at the Garden Gate," Bessie Adams." "Train to Mauro;" "Mis. Buttermilk," Miss M. Wilson; "Mrs. Bright," Miss L. Casey; " Nel lie Buttermilk," Miss J. Fitzgerald; " Madre Gras," Misses C. Clement, N. dv I'y; "Obedienoia," Misses J. Gless, G. Aguillar; "I'm Queen of a Fairy Band," chorus, accompanied by Miss Kelley. Premiums. "What I Love," Misses M. Dyer, It. Happ, F. Burrows, T. Mesmer, I. Villa, K. Fitzgerald, C. Alarandra, H. Mascarel, l. Ritcliard son, M. McDonald, M. Amestoy, K. Adams, M. King, L. McDonald, E. Joung, A. Farrell, L. King, li. Dunn, B.Adams; "Home, Sweet Home," piano solo, Miss T. Mesmer; "Absc lom," Miss A. Wilson; "Jennie who Lives in the Dell," senior class, ac companied by Miss A. Briswalter; composition on "Spring," written by Miss A. Wilson, read by Miss J. Fiti geiald; "Montecchi Capuliti," Misses M. Osgood, A. Briswalter; "Little Girls' Address," Miss M. Devens; " It Never Bains but it Pours;" "Mrs. Jones," Miss N. dv Pv; " Phebie," Miss M. Osgood; "Gipsy Polka," Misses M. Carson, M. Wilson, J. Gless. Premiums. "There's a Sigh in the Heart," Misses N. duPy, F. de La Osa; accompanied by Miss'A. Briswalter; recitation in German; "The Earth is most Beautiful, Miss B. Happ; "The Lonely Flower," Miss T. Mesmer; "A Noble Action of a Little Girl," Miss F. Joung; " Gaite de Coeur," piano solo, Miss M. Osgood; "Closing Ad dress," Miss Marquez; "Good-bye, Old Home," chorus, accompanied by- Miss M. Osgood; "Grand March," Misses Kelley, M. Osgood. The premiums consisted of books, varying in size and character to cor respond with the age of the pupil and the grade of the prize. The presents were made by Father Peter, who an nounced in turn the name and the studies in which the pupil excelled and for which the prize was given. Tlie following named misses were awarded first premiums: Mary Osgood, Alice Briswalter, Natalie dv Py, Gertrude Marquez, Mary Wilson, Agnes Wil son, Jennie Fitzgerald, Juanita Gless, Nannie Fiiott, Francis Keill. Second premiums — Mary Carson, FlorestinadeLa Osa, Julia dyer, Julia Brown, Christina Messmer, Bachael Happ, Guadalupe Aguilar, Mattie Hesten, Bertha Gerson, Mary Fitzger ald, Josephine Casey, Lizzie Casey, Virginia Lefevre, Katie Casey, Mary Stack. "Tapping at the Garden Gate," was recjted by Bessie Adams, a little girl not more than four years of age, who stood upon a box to address tlie au dience, in full view. She was not a bit "scared," and said her piece very prettily, eliciting the approbation of all in the audience. The exercises were concluded by an address to the pupils in English and Spanish by Father Peter, in which he spoke tbe kindest words of commend dation and advice, dismissing them for the rest and enjoyment of their vacation. Altogether, the exercises passed off with the greatest credit to all. The recitations were well committed and recited; the music was very creditable, and tlie marks of commendation con ferred upon the scholars had a particu larly happy effect upon all. Much credit is due to Mb s Kelly, the teacher of music, for the successful manner in which the musical part of tlie pro gramme was enacted. During the year over four hundred pupils have been enrolled in tho school, whose ages vary from three to eighteen years. To properly instruct a school of such a character, requires the nicest tact in discipline and teaching. To the Sisters must revert tbe honor of so successfully carrying through this ar duous undertaking. A vacation now ensues until the 18th of August, Many of the pupils took their departures to their several homes yesterday afternoon after the exercises were concluded, and the re mainder who have homes to visit will soon be away. Good Templar's Social. Good Templars' Hall had the pres ence of a very merry company last night, by way of a sociable and gen eral entertainment. Not only the members of the Order, but many who are not even Local Optiouists, we fear, were present, and all seemed to enjoy tlie affair most completely. There was a noticeable absence of everything like awkward restraint and everybody was made to feel as much at home as though in a private ( arlor, surrounded by most intimate ' lends. The exer cises consisted ofihusic, vocal and in strumental, interspersed with reading, plays and recitations. They were in troduced by a march played by Miss Boss, after which followed a song, "Tlie lips that touch Wine shall never touch Mine," by Miss Boss and Miss Whissler; a recitation, "Beautiful Snow," by Miss Katie Caystile, some remarks from Mr. Ayers, and various songs and instrumental pieces. Miss Addis recited an original poem, which we here present. It is as follows: HKSC UED. My soul was wenry und spd with gloom, And before my vision, dark. Great, teartul phantoms did wildly loom, Mocking, livid und stark. On an ocean bay, in a raglßg storm, With neither rudder nor sail, I shivered and waited in wild alarm, At the mercy of the gale, And the clouds grew blacker, more hoarse the wind, And higher tlie great waves rolled; And fainter t<> see were ttie shores benlnd, Where I wandered so often of old. II Bu! while the tempest was at its height And the thunder loudest roared, When the waves were lashed to a lury while, And tin; rain in torrents poured; I heard the sweep of a rushing wing, 1 saw a radiant light And knew thai a blessed—a heavenly thing Had pasted thro' the stormy night. And it stood on the edge of my rocking boat — An angel, tall aud fair; And calmly now did the shallop flout O'er the waves, now quiet there. And Ihe angel'l face had a holy look Betokening soul so pure. That the evil spirit within me shook : For the sight alone was a cure. And I pleaded: "0, Angel, I pray thee slay Anil guide me safest ) shore." And the angel lovingly answered "Yen, I will leave thy bark no more. There is one in Heaven Who the charge halh given To one that l guide thee well." And the love 1 bear To the angid fair, For these words, no tongue can tell. And the angel ever abides with me, Ami the sailing is peaceful now; For no tempest can ruffle the quiet wave, While he hovers around Ihe prow. At a seasonable hour the company .separated, (hanking the Good Tent* plan for the pleasant time afforded t hem. Greek George has been bound over in the sum of $600 lo appear at the next session of the Couiity Court and answer to the charge of being an ac cessory with Vasquei in the robbery of Repetto, Works are to be erected at Damon's Landing, near San I.eandro, to reduce ores by a new process called the Koh ler process. The cost of the works will amount to about $130,000, of which $30,000 has already been expended. About three hundred men will be em* ployed, The company proposes to purchase ores on its own account. There are thousands of acres iv Washington Territory known to bo beds of coal, and so common is the sight and so little value placed upon lands, that they have not even been entered at the rate of §1 25 per acre. A State Convention of Germans to consider the Local Option law will be held at Turner Hall, Sacramento, on the 23d. So says the Union. Special Notices. t%, Tlw tide of immigration la steadily setr ting In, and the first thing eaitern people do is Id throw away llicir Xcw York Hats nnd buy a new one of Desmond. They say there Ii no comparison between tlie two. o Agency Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. Assets, $'.'1,000, -000. Agency State Investment Insurance Company, Fire and Marine. Assets, 1380,000, at Brodriek's hook Store, near tbe Postolllee. 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No other article has ever been Intro duced which combines in such nn extraordi nary degree the principles of an elllclent antl billoiis agent and tonic. Try It nnd be con vinced F. ADAM. MISRCIIATVT TAILOR, SPRINC ST., OPP. POSTOFFICE. HANDSOME, CHEAP AND DURABLE clothing made lo order at the shortest nonce, ami satisfaction guaranteed. Has just received » well selected stock of goods, which he Is prepared to make up in tlie latest and most approved fashions for Gentlemen and Youi lin. His assortment consists of CLOTHS, COATINGS, CAise-IMEKKS, and NESTINGS. One trial at ADAM'S will prove that his yllsh SUItS are unexceptional, st Leave your orders und you will get exactly vhat yon want, mylStf "i HARDWARE, hi O. FARMERS ATTI<]NTI()]> ! THE REST AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ARE SOLD BY BakenHamilton SAN FRANCISCO. THEY MAKE EXPERIMENTS AT their own expense, and farmers who buy Machines from them or their representatives can rest assured they get reliable and tried machinery, and tho best, obtainable. FABMBttli TRY ONLY TUB SWEESPTAKE SINGLE GEAR HEADER CHAMPION REAPERS & MOWERS HOLLTNGS WORTH'S Wheeled Horse Rakes, _ PITTS (BUFFALO) Cal. Threshers & Powers IMPROVED "TIPPIN" WOOD HORSE RAKES VANDIVER CORN PLANTERS SPRING WAGONS STAR MOLINE PLOWS BAIN WAGONS Prices and terms very liberal. THK LARGEST STOCK OF HAEDWARI ON THK PACIFIC COAST, To which we Invite the attention of the trade. Onrlllustrated Catuloguo will besentfree to all who ask lor it. aplB-2m F Jk. Tt iVI IQ Tt « OBSERVE THE CALIFORNIA HARROW MANUFACTURED BY Kimball Manufacturing Co., OF SAN FRANCISCO. THIS HARROW OFFERS GREAT I In ducements to the farmer overall others. The faculty with which it can be conducted from one to another Held; the saving of labor over the old method of walking after; the way It can be regulated, to work deep or shallow; Its adaptability to irregular surface ofthe soil; the division of teeth, whereby space is divided by ;tJi inches, thus working over the surface; with the thorough material and workman ship, render it next to perfect. Tillers of the soil, one and all, will please call and see for themselves. Orders made In advance will lessen the cost. The delivery will be made to meet tbe wishes of subscrib ers. For any further information, apply to the undersigned. T n ifi EAGLE HAY PRESS KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO. Sole Proprietors of California The cheapest, quickest, most satisfactory Hay Press extant. Only five to eight seconds required to press the hay. Requires no stak ing. Set 'em level and go ahead. Over tlvo hundred of these presses are in use on this coast. They give complete satis faction. Three men, with a pair of horses, press easily 80 TO 100 BALES DAILY. Every farmer should have one, and bale his nay, when time serves best. TIIVIE IS~MONEY. A FPL V TO Agent for the Company, Stoddard's, No. 78 Main St. Iloirmitii nnd Hndsoa Btver Rosendale Cement In lots of SO barrels and upwards, for sale. Jun'J CITY".aI[JNDrV7 NINTH STREET, BETWEEN Grasshopper and Grlftin streets, LOS ANGEUvS. Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT WASHING done on reasonable terms. PEARL BUTTON'S sewed on. and ordinary MENDING done. Washing called for and de livered, FREE OF CHARGE. S^Order slats at Broderlok's Book s no2-tflp-8 I. S. O'NEIL. 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND OPENING THE CAPITOL ON Saturday, Ma y Md , With an ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF X>XfcY OOOI>N, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING, Gents' Furnishing Goods HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS * SHOES, YOUTHS', BOYS & CHILDREN? CLOTHING, MADE UP IN THE LATEST STYLE. AIJJO CARPETS Or A 1,1. DESCRIPTIONS, Whteh will be offered to tbe publle at Lower Rates than the Lowest, ——. The publle Are cordially Invited to attend anil examine our Immense stock — AT — THE CAPITOL, SPRING STREET Nearly Opposite the Postoffice "THE BAZAAR" Has Just received ONE HUNDRED LADIES' LINEN SUITS, Which they are selling at tbe Extraordinary Low Trice ©f FIVE DOLLARS. 50 Pieces Grass Linen, AI I£s CentM per Yard. ONE HUNDRED' Ladies' Linen Skirts AT OIVE DOLLAR. ALBO. Just Received, A full line of our celebrated JOSEPH'S KID GLOVES IN SUMMER SHADES, AT One Dollar per Pair. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. On account of the recent panic In the East, all goods of American manufacture has fulleu Fifty per cent, from last year's prices, tl.e benefit of which wo intend to give to the pub lic. The public will Judge ofourjunoerlty by giving us a call. ISAAC NORTON & CO., —CORNER OF— Main and Requena StM., OPPOSITE THE U. 8. HOTEL ap29t Eicciioii JXotice. THERE WILL HE AN ELECTION IN Alameda School District, on SATUR DAY, the 13th day of June, at 2 o'clock f. Hi, at which time a vote will be taken upon a question of tax, for tbe purpose of building a School House. It will be necessary to raise for this purpose the sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars. At the same lime there will be elec ted a District Assessor and Collector. The election will be held at the College Building. JOHN DOLLAND, J. W. VENABLE, } lrustee «- Log Nietos, May 2a, 187t. wy22-iw NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE BEST I EVER SAW! THE FINEST, O H S3 .A. jV E %% T AND NEWEST. HAVING RECEIVED BY THE LAST steamer from San Francisco tlie Most Complete Stock OF DRY GOODS EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET, Purchased at the Lowest Cash Prices At the East and San Francisco, I am now ofTerlngthesame at prices which will aston ish Purchasers, and induce them to buy dou ble the quantity they may require. MY MOTTO IS SELL CHEAP FOR CASH tW My stock consists of DRESS GOODS Of Every Description, r>o>i E»T 1 0 s, A Full Line, CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS, Etc., Etc. In fact everything required In the Dry Goods line; ull of which will be sold at astonishing ly Low Figures for Cash. Call and examine my Stock before purcha ing elsewhere. A. PORTUGAL, Temple Block, Next to Bank. |uns Im 2 3p K. 11. WORKMAN. WM. 11. WORKMAN. Workman Bros., Manufacturers and Importers of HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS, SADDLERY WARE, ETC. A Good Assortment of LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS' Traveling Bags, Knt<*liolN nml Valisow, Always on hand. Fine Carriage, Bugmj and Team HARNESS AND SADDLES, Of our own Manufacture constantly on hand. We are prepared to offer Great Induce, menti to Purchasers. «ar Repairing promptly nnd carefully attended to. Come and see us, at tho Sign of tbe Big Horse, 7(1 Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. junl NOTICE. FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE HAVING RECEIVED THE APPOINT ment of Agent of the following Insur ance Companies, for Los Angeles county. I am prepared to Insure property at the LOW EST BOARD RATES: NORTH BRITINH aud MERCANTILE or London and Edluburg. PH4ENIX, of Hnrtrord. HOME, of New York. HOME Ml TI Al.. of Nan Frauclaco. The Mrongest Fire Insurance iinild iv America. Policies Issued Direct from this Office. CHAS. R. JOHNSON, Agent. Office, No. 8J Temple Block Los Angelen, lane Ut. 187 i. Junlt MISCELLANEOUS. COSMOPOLITAN BOOT & SHOE STORE. NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! WILLIAM SLANEY Ha* Just opened a new'and well-selected stock of BOOTS AND SHOES THK BEST That has ever been brought to this Market, Consisting of New York, Philadelphia and San Fran cisco Custom-made Boots & Shoes, Both Hand-Sewed and Screwed, ALSO, Ladies' Fine Button 'Boot Balmorals, Congress Gaiters and Slippers, Also, the Finest Line of Misses', Children's and Infants' Button and Lace Shoes That can be found In the City. My long experience In the business enables me to give mv customers more saiisiacl lon as regards STYLE, QUALITY and PRICE than any other honse In this city. My old friends and the publlcln general are respectfully invited to call und examine my Qoods I* lb re purchasing elsewhere, and I guarantee they will be well satisfied, for I will sell my fine goods for LESS MONEY than for what they pay for common goods. DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE 100 MAIN STREET,' Opposite Wells, Fargo * (Jo., SIGN OF BIG BLUE BOOT. myls-"m CERTIFICATES OF PARTNERSHIP THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO., Have now for sab' Blank Forms for "Certificates of Partnership," Prepared In legal form for complying wdh the new law requiring partnerships to File Certificates under penalty of Los ing all their Property. FOR SALE AT THE HKRALD OFFICE. AFTER FILING YOUR CERTIF ICATE OF PARTNERSHIP, YOU MUST HAVE IT PUBLISHED IN SOME NEWSPAPER FOR FOUR WEEKS. HAVE IT PUBLISHED IN THE HERALD. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT L F. P. F. Temple, Guardian 01 the por sens aad estates of Benardo and Jareir Yorba, minors, by virtue of the authority vested iv me as such Guardian, by an order made by the Probate Court of Los Angeles county, State of California, duly made and entered of record June 1, 1«74, am authorized to sell at private sale the following described lands, the property of my said wards, to-wit: That part of the Runcho Cadon de Santa Ana heretofore segregated nnd set off in a suit of partition to Bernardo and Jarler Yorba, containing 2,155 91HU0 acres, more or less, the same being north of and adjoining the Santa Ana River, the description Of Which will more fully appear by a map filed in the District Court in an action for partition of said rancho wherein Andraes E. do Davila et al. were plaintifls, and Prudentla Y'orba et al. were defendants, to which map reference is hereby made; and request that sealed bids for cash bo made for said lands, on or before Monday, August 3,1874, at the banking house of Tem plo A Workman, T,»s Angeles, California. JvC 2w F. P. F. TEMPLE, Guardian. LOS ANGELES DRUGSTORE LAFAYETTE BLOCK. DR. L. TERRY'S" NEW STORE AND .NEW DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES. PERFUMERIES, PA INTO, OILS, BRUSHES, and FANCY ARTICLES. In short, every article usually found in a drug store. S. D. McLennon, DEAI.EK I>f GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. cigars aud Tobacco, New COMMERCIAL STREET, adjoining Commercial Restauruut. Goods cheap for cash. juns 3m TO LEASE. A FURNISHED HOUSE. -ON MAIN street, between Third and Fourth (the Burnett house), well furnished with every thing. Inquire ou the premises, or of |u6 3t S. 11. BLAUGHT. FITZPATRICK IS THE ONLY j FASHION ABLE JAILOR IN TOWN