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cmr and couisTyTofficial paper . BUNDAY.~~7. AUGUSTITI tt4. POSTAL CHANGES. The following postal changes went Into op eration, July Isf, !S7t: All publications are free of postage in subscribers In the county in which they are published. Hooks and pack ages of merchandise, tf) the weight ol four pounds, can be sent by mail at Ihe rate of one cent for every two oSnces Of fraction over. Tied packages may be entirely enclosed. Some portlnii of sealed package* mint be op"ned for inspection. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tho Senator sailed for San Francisco yesterday. The Orizaba will arrive to-morrow and sail for San Diego. Wanted—a room and boarding for two young ladies. Inquire at the Herald office. auirl:lw Quarterly meeting will be held in the M. E. Church, Fort street to-day. Rev. J. 11. Tansey, P. E., will preach at 11a. m. and 1\ v. m. The Hebrew Benevolent Society meet thisevening at 7:30, for the pur pose of electing officers and transact* ing other important business. The Holy Communion will be ad ministered by the Rev. W. H. Hill al ter tlie close of the morning service in B*. Athanasius' Church to-day. Every available livery team in the city has been engaged to go to the beach to-day. There will be crowds at Santa Monica and Will Tells. Messrs. Herbeiger & Johamiscn have 'eased one of the stores in the new United States Hotel building nnd will soon open a furniture store there in. O. H. Bliss a wealthy resident of Tulare couuty, and wife are in this city. They come to look at the country, and if they like the prospect will locate among us. Mr. T. A. Saxon, teacher of the Bath-street school, has just returned to the city from a visit to San Fran cisco. He reports that he had a first rate time on his pasear. Rev. A. M. Campbell will lecture on "The Destiny of Man" at Grange Hall to-night, in answer to the argu ments advanced recently by Professor Denton on that subject. A tine large young horse, sound, gentle and a good roadster and splen did family horse for sale, or would ex change for a span of half-breeds—ap ply to Kimball & Bancroft. lw—2 General Lassen Upson, ex-Surveyor General of this State, and for a long time leading editor of the Sacramento Union, was In this city yesterday and left for San Francisco last evening. The steamer Kalorama sailed from Sat! Francisco, "July 31st, with the following list of passengers for Los Angeles: M. W. Clark, H. C. Silva, Chas. Berry, Wm. Gamon and wife, W. T. Somes. Mr. S. Nordlinger, No. 3 Commer cial street, has a fine stock of watches, clocks and jewelry, which he is dis posing of at bed-rock prices. Repair ing of all kinds in his line attended to promptly, and satisfaction guaranteed. A report reached the city yesterday, that Chavis, the lieutenant of Vas quez at largo was in Soledad Canon recently and shot a man. The officers left the city yesterday to look up the highwayman. In Goodall, Nelson's & Perkins' steamship line time-table, as pub lished by us on Friday, several errors occurred. We take pleasure in cor recting them. The attention of our readers is called to the corrected table. Mr. T. D. Maloney's writing school has been closed for the past few days, in consequence of the repairs which have been making in Prof. Lawlor's Academy. To-morrow, however, the school will be re-opened and will pro gress as usual. We learn that Mr. Wm. Appleton, formerly agent of the Telegraph stage line, has gone to San Francisco to en gage in other business. Mr. Appleton is well known and highly esteemed in Los Angeles and he takes with him many good wishes. A clean "boiled" shirt nicely done up is a luxury these warm days. If you wish to enjoy this happiness send your linen to the City Laundry, J. S. O'Neil, proprietor, or leave your order on the slate at Brodrick's. Clothes called for and delivered free of charge. Prices for -work reasonable. Our friend, Chas. Hass, called on us again—this time with two bowls of splendid Lawton blackberries. Thanks, friend Hass. Mr. H. has been four teen years engaged in the cultivation of small fruits, and says no fruit pays better by extra cultivation than the blackberry in the quantity, size and flavor of the fruit. This is an unusu ally successful season. Those in need of anything in the saddle and harness line will do well to call at the establishment of Sam'lC. Foy, on Los Angeles street. Mr. Foy Is one of the pioneer merchants of Los Angeles, nnd his reputation for enter prise and fair dealing is already too well established to require any further Indorsement from us. He has a very full and complete stock, and makes a specialty of nothing except selling the best goods at the lowest figures. V. Trumper, whose place of business is at No. 3 Spring street, is one of the most accomplished workmen in his line that we have ever Been. In gold nnd silver plating he is a finished ar tist. Ho plates spoons and other table ware with gold or silver so beautifully and perfectly that for appearance and all practical purposes they are just as gfiod as the solid article. He is a fin ished workman, and we cheerfully recommend him to all having work in Ids line. Mr. S. A. Waldron, teacher of the school at Cienega, and by the way,one of the most popular instructors in the county, showed us yesterday two ele gant chromos which he has purchased as rewards of merit, for bis two most deserving scholars at the end of the present term. The pictures will be awarded as first and second premiums by a vote of the school, after the ex aminations have been concluded. Such incentives as those for scholars to study, are worth dozens of wise old Solomon's rods. The Orizaba sailed yesterday morn ing from San Francisco with the fol lowing passengers for Los Angeles: Mr Calavera and wife, Miss Nelson, Mrs O Meloney and child, Mrs J M Griffin and child, H MGray and wife, Miss Josephine Docten, Miss E Ben goaph, Mrs George, Mrs L Rodgers, F F Starges, G W Winter, Miss Nellie Hamilton, Miss Maggie Hamilton, T L Kimball, H McDemurth, Ed Hall, wife and three children, E Fflchmeck, Albert Hllderbrand, Mrs Koeb and child, Julius Fabre, Walter James, P and T < Jiese, James Matthews, J M Friable, Mary Wells and child, Mrs LewTte and child, Wm V Newlaiid, W T Lebeores, Mrs Taylor. Petroleum. Col. Peel returned to the city on the afternoon train yesterday, after a two days' visit to the oil region. He re ports everything In a flourishing con dition there. The well on the Temple claim is down between seventy and eighty feet. The machinery is in per fect order and works like a thing of life. Tho workmen nro drilling from seven to ten feet per day. At present they are in shale formation with con siderable oil and gas coming in. The oil has changed to a green color in the last ten feet, which Is very favorable for a good quality. Mr. Spangler, who is boring this well, has had considera ble experience in Pennsylvania, and he says that the indications are favor aide for a flowing well in less than two hundred feet, but he intends to sink it eight hundred, if the flow of oil does not prevent. There arc a number of prospectors in the moun tains now searching for and locating new oil claims. Ten miles north of these oi 1 claims on tlie opposite side of Santa Clara Valley, lies that extensive belt of placer mines, in which the Castac company is located and at work. Thirty or forty persons have passed Lyons Station within the last four days, going out to examine these mines. That they are rich we have no doubt, and if water hal been convenient there would have been more men at work there now than upon any other placer I'iggings in California. When the fact is generally known that the Cas tac Mining Company will put a stream of water on these mines, there will be as great a rush to these mines as there ever has been to any in the State. These deposits are extensive and rich and will be worked very soon. The present outlook for the mining interest of Southern Califor nia is very favorable. Some very rich quartz, with gold shining all through it, was found in the mountains above the placer range, and brought into the city. The owner thinks and feels liimself rich, and the prospects are that he is. Mr. Carreras, who also returned from the same section yesterday after a four days' stay, corroborates Colonel Peel's report of the oil district, and adds some other points of interest. A few days age Mr. M. Kraszyuski, who lives near Lyons Stat ion, while pass ing up an arroyo in that locality, dis covered thirty-two flowing oil springs within a short distance of each other. His discovery is counted a fortunate one. The springs on Dr. Gelsich's claim, formerly the Rice claim, are flowing constantly; thetanKs have all been filled and the oil is now run ning to waste. Mr. Carreras has secured a let in San Fernando upon which he will commence to build refinery at once. Besides refining the p .'troleum he ex pects to do an extensive business in manufacturing olive oil, and, to this end, he has already engaged almost the entire olive crop of the Mission and vicinity—some 10,000 gallons. While on his trip, Mr. Carreras was so unfortunate as to have a valuable horse die on his hands, and he will thus lie compelled to purchase from the livery stable keeper an animal whicli is now of no earthly use to him. He has our sympathy. Between the oil, the gold, and the various other sources of wealth at San Fernando and vicinity, that section promises to become of no little impor tance in the eyes of the world at some day in the near future. From Ihe Country. Mr. L. D. Rowell, from the Russell and Durrell neighborhood, one and a half miles southwest of Florence, re ports farmers busy, and crops looking remarkably well. Mr. Eli Taylor reports everything prosperous at Los Nietos. A farmer, too modest to allow his name to he used, from Orange brings in excellent reports of the crops. The threshing is progressing and the yield of grain large-—more than an average. Another from Compton brings a simi lar report. Re.ports from El Monte and Azusa of a similar character reaclt us. We had the pleasure of meeting Rev. J. R. Tansey, P. E. of the M. E. Church, a day or two since, and he re ports the entire southern part of tlie State, never in so prosperous a con dition as this season. He ought to know for his district embraces all that part of the Stato on the coast running back to Arizona, from San Luis Obispo to the Mexican line, a distance of about three hun dred miles by two hundred wide. We hope this statement will not frighten any of our Eastern clergymen from coming to this coast when they sco that their western brother has an area of about sixty thousand square miles in his sheep-fold to guard as a shep herd, for we wish we could induce a thousand just such as brother Tansey —good and true—to come to this sun set land. He fiuds a fair state of reli gious interest in his wide field of la bor,notwithstanding the busy, prosper ous season. Long may such men be blessed with as good health as this stout, hale and sun-browned brother. We mentioned the other day the fact that Mr. Gavitt was bitten in the wrist quite severely by a dog at Santa Monica last Sunday, and that he af terwards shot the vicious brute. Now comes Mr. A. A. Wilson into Justice Gray's Court and brings suit«against Mr. Gavitt for killing the dog; alleg ing, among other things, that the safety of his family was endangered by the firing of the shot and that they were greatly terrified by it. The case will come off as soon as tbe witnesses can tie summoned from Santa Mo nica. The following officers for the ensu ing quarter were installed last evening by D. G. W. C. T. Will D. Gould, of Merrill Lodge, No. 299, I. O. G. T.: W. C. T., J. H. Blauchard; W. H. R. S., Marion Caystile; W. L. H. S., Nel lie White; W V. T., Mary White horn; W. 8., 8. A. Waldron; W. A. 8., John Dunsmoor; W. F. 8., Charles H. White; W. T., Jessie Yarnell; W. M., George Whitehorn; W. D. M., Sarah Anderson; W. J. G., A. J. Hamilton; W. C. G., J. C. Allen; W. C, W. W. Robinson; P. W. C. T., J. W. Gillette. Wanted — a furnished room with boarding for a young lady iv a private family, living west of Third street. Leave address at this office, aughlw An interesting communication from Sau Francisco is held over, as it came too late for publication in this morn ing's issue. Mr. Belshaw ofthe firm of Belshaw & Beaudry, of the Cerro Gordo mine, was in the city yesterday. [Written for the HERALD.] LOS ANGELES. scvndlnc >>y Hi* western main. In tiiy qaeen-llke, fairy train, I.lke a maiden, bright and fair. Willi the roses In thy half. With a dream si stria met skies In thy tender, love-lit eves; Like Tltanln, falrv queen, In thy robes of gold Mid given. Hound thy feet the ro*>'< , ling; in thy smile, perpetual Spring I Leaning on the hoary mountain, \t thy feot lhe -llvTy fountain. Where lhe drowsy song of bee. Mingles with the tlghing seat) Odors sweet, o'er countless miles, \n afted from the spicy isle?. Willi a flush Ihy brow upon, Like, the purple sides lit dawn; Like some maiden, sweet and Btlr, In the sighing twilight air, When the Summer day is done, Waiting to be wooed and won. ';.il Iv nl s soon shall wander lo Umk Suitors soon shail come to woo thee From the east and from the west. Yeiirning, longing lo be blest— From the north and from the south. Stealing kisses from thy mouth. O'er ihe land and o'er the sea, .Suitors soon shallVome to thee- They will seek thee tn thy bowers. Crowned with wreathsot orang" flowers. They will trncethee to thy seal. Where tho zephyrs murmur iweet— Where the fairy footsteps wander 'N'eath the purple Oleander - Where the lily, tall and slender, Hows her head In dreamy splendor. In the twilight's tender gloom, Where the sweet moss-roses bloom; Like some maiden, coy, at last They will find and hold thee fast. They will whisper tales of love When tho stars look from abo\ t>; Lay their treasures at thy feet, They will woo thee well, my sweet. Haply, thou their lives shall hle.-s With thy tender, fond caress, From thy lonely, fairy home Restless ones no more shall loam; On thy loving, gentle breast Weary ones shall dream and rest. A. F. IvKRCIIF.VAI.. Los Angeles, July 21,1874, Wilmington Items. From tlie Enterprise of July 30. W. H. Mason, founder of the Etntt r prise, has been, on account of ill health, compelled to abandon business. Mr. L. F. Fisher has become proprie tor and editor ofthe paper. Col. B. J). Wilson and Norman C. Jones and lady left yesterday on the Los Angeles for San Francisco. Were we to guess at the object of their visit, we should say that it is in some way connected with the prospective ad vancement of this end of the State. Two bids were offered for dredging the bar. A. Boschke, an engineer, of- j fered to do it for forty-nine cents per cubic yard of sand and §12 50 per ton i for rock. We presume that the con tract will be awarded to him, as his bid is less than half that of the other applicant. Wilson College closed oil the 23d with twenty-live local pupils and one boarder. The examination conducted by Dr. Lucky, Revs. Samuel Adams, Mosher and others, was highly satis factory to the patrons and friends. We omitted from the programme pub lished last week the name of Willie Mosher, whose composition was well ; written and delivered. Willie was j the best Greek and Latin scholar in i the school. San Bernardino Items. From tho Argus of July 81. Fruit and melons are abundant, cheap and luscious, in the market of San Bernardino, and almost every va riety can be found. Mr. Osborn, who has a ranch about two miles below town, threshed over 800 bushels of barley from ten acres. From fifteen acres of wheat he got i over 400 bushels. We learn that Mr. Robinson will immediately commence running a line of stages from this place to Spadra via Riverside. The encouragement he has received from his tri-weekly line warrants him in the belief that a daily line will be liberally patronized, we "doubt not that his expectations will be realized, San Diego Items. From the Union July SI. The rain on Wednesday was much heavier at Old Town than at this place. Farther still to the north it was still heavier. Mr. Cassidy says it came down in torrents at Soledad. Wild strawberries have been very abundant on the Cuyamaea mountains and vicinity this season, and they are still plentiful. They begin ripening in June aud continue bearing until August. The Indian Sordo, charged with the murder of Johnson, near Julian, in 1870, was taken before Justice Wilson yesterday. Tho preliminary exam ination resulted in his being commit ted to appear before the Grand Jury. Judge Cary of Klamath county is sued a writ of prohibition a short time since, upon the application of the District Attorney of that county, di rected to the Supervisors and other of ficers of the county and to the Super visors of Siskiyou and Humboldt counties, forbidding their taking any proceedings under the Klamath An nexation Act, toward carrying out the provisions of the Act. This writ the Supervisors of Siskiyou and Hum boldt counties refuse to obey, and have proceeded to appoint commissioners to apportion tbe debt of Klumaili be tween their respective counties. Sis kiyou appointed Elijah Steele and Abisha Swain, and Humboldt ap pointed John A. Watson and John Kelcher as such commissioners. On the other hand, the Klamath county officers have decided to yield obedi ence to the writ. Correction. Editor Herald:—l beg to correct an error which appeared in your local column to-day, regarding Ihe treat ment of the man who was shot by Constable Davis a few days since in Anaheim. The gentleman who made the statement to La Cronica was mis taken in saying that the man did not receive proper medical treatment, and that his countrymen failed to minister to Ills wants through fear of the indig nution which existed among the peo ple. Dr. Hardin and myself both saw and prescribed for the man soon after he was shot, and hiscouutrymen were in attendance without any fear or in timidatiou. Respectfully, M. 8. Jones, M. D. Los Angeles, August Ist, 1874. Imaginary Hydrophobia. A young man Battel! William War, under treatment at the Maryland Uni- ! vvrsity Hospital, Kaltimore, H af fected" as is supposed, with spurious or imaginary hydrophobia. Tlie Sun, of July 2i.'d'says: "The diagnosis of the case has nol been fully made, and the physicians are not entirely satis fled a« (o wli.lt is the exact cause of the patient's affliction. Professor Howard, who attends tlie man regu larly, in connection with Dr. Worth ingtou, is of the opinion that it may he some undeveloped brain affection. The convulsions, which were very fre quenl fur some time after the patient wa« first attacked, have become much laufrvquent. He had only three-yew terday, while at first he had about twenty in fifteen hour-. fJonvulsjona are one of the prominent system* of hydrophobia. Th. attfafeawri also ex perience difficulty In swallowing water which is another symptom of hydro* phobia, though it is also a symptom In other diseases as well. War will not consent t« wear a shirt. He will tear tiie gar ment otr if one is put on him, and at times he will bite his pillow. He Is unable to articulate, but generally makes himself understood by signs and motions. A young man, an asso ciate of his, whoTattends him, gener ally comprehend him readily. The patient seems to understand what is spoken to him, but cannot answer orally. This is not usual in cases of hydrophobia, as patients afflicted with that terrible disease can generally talk rationally after the paroxysms are over. It" was learned from the young man that he had been bitten by a dog ten years ago. Prof. Howard states that the longest period inter vening between the bite and the de velopment of tho disease of which he had heartl was seven years." About 8 o'clock "in the evening, July :'.Oth, a man named Walter Crane, while bathing in the mill-pond of the Truckee Lumber Company, near that place, was taken with the cramps and before assistance could bo rendered he was drowned. He was a native of Canada, aged about So. I A DVEItTISEMENT. J To the Public. The following correspondence and card explains itself: Edward Trimmer, Sec. Royal Colley of Surgeons, London, England: , DEAR Sir: Can you inform the I medical frnternity of thiseity whether Dr. Hobbs, who advertises himself to be " Fellow of It. C. S. & P.," as per accompanying card published In our lo cal journals, is a rnemberofyour alum ni, or a graduate of any institution of similar initials in England. An early answer will confer a lasting favor upon our profession here and aid to rid the profession of charlatanism, in case he is a quack. Please send nsacntalogue or official list of your Society. Respectfully. ft. Dexter Lyfohd, m. i>. K. D. Wise. M« D. Prlrilea in the Los Angeles papers: Dr. hobbs, hygienic physician, Surgeon ami Accoucheur.—Follow of tho it. i. s, «p, Oart he consulted on all diseases at his temporary office, corner Spring and 1 COWS streets,opposite* ourL-house,or patients i can be attended at their homes. All diseases treated on strictly Hygienic- principles, with out the aid of any anti-vital agent*. Offlee hours, from 9 to 1- a. m., and I to 4 p. sr. ito\ ai. Cow., of Surgeons ok Entljla.mi, 1 LINCOLN'S IN> FiKi.ns, lllli day of July. 1874. J SIRS: To your letter, received the 6th lust,, I have to reply as follows, viz. : 1. That the description given of him self in tlie card advertised in your local newspapers by Dr. Hobbs, is not one which is associated with any institu tion in ihe United Kingdom,at there is no such title as that of ''Fellow R. ('. S. & P." 2. That the only institution with which I am acquainted which pro fesses a title similar to tiiat adopted by Dr. Hobbs, is the " Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of King ton, Canada." 3. That, from the mode in which ho describes himself, Dr. Hobbs cannot be either a fellow or member of this College, as, if he were, the letters lie would place after his name would tie, "F. R. C. S. Eng." and •• M. R. C. S. Eng.," respectively. 4. And that iii compliance with your request, I forward to you a copy of tlie last published calendar of this College, I am, Sir, your obedient servant) Edward Trimmer, Bee. L. Dexter Lyford, Esq., M. D. K. D. Wise, Esq., M. R au2 2t—o. COUST REPORTS. Probate court-<c.uki. vent, J, .'IATUIIUAY, August 1. In the matte:-of the estate of Francisea A, Winston, a minor.—Decree ol sale granted, in accordance with the petition ol" the guardian, ' upon the execution of a bond by tbe guar linn I lO the sum of Jti.UtO. MISCELLANEOUS. THUS IRRIGATING PUMP! OF THE DAY. Mil. W. T. CLAPP HAVING LOCATED permanently In Los Angeles, will attend to the business pertaining to the Wilcox Steam Water Lifter For me in Los Anfreles county. My patrons Will Uud Mr. Clupp U> be :uair and honorable businessman. Call ami i>ee him at his real de nee. Si 1 n i iabrlel 11 range Gro\ c Association, Sau Gabriel, or address i. O. Box 73. Les An geles. ALLEN WILCOX. San Francisco, May 17, 1574. Jy2Btf—4 St. Vincent's College, U(S ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. Studies -will be SteaUmed ■ . ON MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1874. nugl PURE BLOODED POULTRY Eggs For Hale: LIGHT BRAHMAS *3 pkr no/.. WHITE LEGHORNS S3 " From, stock of ihe purest breed. The White Leghorns arc the best, layers kn.wn. A pply to P. O. Box I*7. JI y2;l-lm—» NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. THOSE WHO HAVE PLEDGES IN THE pawn at Ihe California Loan A Pawn- 1 broker's office, will call and redeem them. If liny do not In a few days, tbe articles will be \ sold at public auction Hi mv store, Jylß-lm—3 E. GREENBACM. NOTICE tT^^TR^NST* rpHE FOURTH REGULAR MEET- i -L Ing Of the L. A. and S. R, District Coun cil will be held iv ANAHEIM on Tuesday, the iithda.voiAugusi.nl lOo'clock a. m. THUS. A. (i vm:\, W. M. J . I. M A HQfIS, See'y. .1) 111 t d—l I3ARTIEB WISHING THE EH PLANTED, Foaees built, or Whitewashing neatly, promptly, cheaply done, will please address oidsi to P. O, BOX ill. Jun3 t*-l CHURCH DIRECTORY. I lr-» Coiiarretraf ioaal march \e» High street, mirth <>f Temple street—Rev. I>. ;T. Packard. Castor. Services every Sunday nt 11 o'clock A. M. Sunday school Immedi ately after morning services. Prayer meet ing Dr. W. T. Lucky preaches today. Presbyterian Nervlre* - Rev. A. F. White, 1.i,. D., will preach In the Hall Of Good Templars nt It A.M. There will be a llible class at 4P. M. Bwlng*lo the absence of Dr. White, then; will be no services to-day. 'I. I Chnrrh—Fort street bplseen ('..unhand Fifth streets—Rev. J. M.Campbeli, -Pastor. Services every (Sunday at 11 a. m. and f:9OP. M. Sunday school at 2:30 P. M. Prayer meeting, Thnrsdaj evening at Tig©. S< >'ts free. Rev. Mr. Graham preaches this evening. H K. < hllri li. Soiuh Worship at i Irange Hall, Main streets—Rev. A. M. Camp bell, Pastor, Services at 11 a. m., each Run day, and at 8 p. m. Sunday sehooi Immedi ately after tho morning service*. Prayer messing—i—. subject, of lecture this even ing, "The Destiny ot Man," in answer to Pro fessor Denton's last lecture. Episcopal. Nt. Athnnasin* Church— Corner Temple and High streets—Rev. W. 11. Hill,Reetor, Sorvtoea every Sunday at 11 A. M, and7:4s p.m. Sunday school and Bible-class Immediately after morning services, Prayer meeting seats tree. All are invited. • first Rapt Ist church Meets In Court hops*—Dr. W. Uobbs, Supply. Services at II a. M. aud 7p. M. Sunday school at 10 v. y. Catholic Church Main street, nearly 1 opposite Pice House—Right Hey. Thaddeui A mat, Bishop; Right Rev. Francis Mora, Hisbop Coadjutor; Itev. Peter Verdaguer, Pastor. First Mass,6:3o A. M.,with services In Spanish; Second Mass atBA. m.. Utah Mass at 10 a. m.. services iv Knglish; Catechism nI .". P. M.; Vespers at 4 p. St., every Sundaj. Jewish \oui:ii:iir ion street be tweer\ Second nnd Third—Rev. A. W. Kdle man. Rabbi, Bei v lees every Jewish Sabbath Saturday; Sunday school every Sunday from hi a. M. to li! m. < horcli or Oar Navlour -Kplsropiil san Gabriel Mission—Rev. H. H. Messenger. Rector, Services at 11 a. m. each Sunday, First Uermnn Evangelical Church Spring street.between Fourth and Fifth; Rev. .1. C. Zahn, Pastor, will preach in German ev ery Sunday morning at a quarter to 11. All Germans are invited. Special Notices. Agency Northern Assurance dm panyof London and Aberdeen; ass ts. $10,000, -1)00: nnd the old Hartford of Hartford Conn.; assets, $2jPOO,OOOi Office : Room No. I Ilownev lllock. JOHN CaRUN, Agent, Jy 1(1-1 f-2' a »4_ The tide of Immigration is steadily set ting In, and the first thing eastern people do is to throw away their New York Hal sand buy a new one of Dr.sMojtn. They sny there is no comparison between the two. 2}.j-> Agency Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. Assets, $21,000, -000. Agency State Investment Insurance Company. Fire and Marine. Assets, 83(10,000, : at Mrodrick's Book Store, near Hit I'ostofllce. j Xi Young man nhoy! Fitzpu trick is the man you are looking for. He will give ' you the nicest llttlng garments to be had in fhe city; cloth of the best material' work done upon honor, and the best .satisfaction generally. Cell on him and have a full suit made at once. Jyitf— 3 I Tuttle & Lee, who have rented the ! iarge and well-furnished photograph gallery Ol Mr. V. Wolfenstcln. are turning out some of the finest photographs to be found In the country. Their work Is finished in the high- ! est style of the art, and warranted to give sat- ! islaction to every reasonable customer. All work promptly done, and terms reasonabe, *t Business still continues lively at the j Ksperamra Store, and what Is the reason • It | is because they sell goods ttiere cheaper than ever before. Please note lhe prices of a few • things of their large stock of goods and you ] will see that they will no' be undersold' by any store this Bide of San Francisco; Flour, Raker's Extra* s.'l 25 per hundred pounds; (! rushed Sugar, HJ-ic per pound; Coffee sugar, la'.jc. per pound; Sandwich Island Sugar, [ B*s». per pound; Japan Teas, from 800. to 73c perpound: China Tea, perpound; Eng lish Breakfast, tea, at 81 per ponnd; Extra Fine tea, $1 '.»"»; Soap, per box, $2; Saleratus and Soda, per pound; Cheese, 14c per i pound, Coffee,22c. perpound; Coffee, ground 23c; Starch, 13c per pound. And all kinds of groceries at prices that are lower than ever wui- known before, ! ' ! AST OIVOB. ... .. • j l We have to dispose of our immense Stock of Clothing, Dress Goods, etc., etc., to ; make room fora very extensive Slock of Fall Goods, Just purchased in New York, and en route for us. We have reduced the prices, aud you will fin I It to your advantage to call a i thy I i j Tiiipoi'taut, I On Main street, under the La'ayeUe Hotel, before purchasing elsewhere. This remarkable curative herbal preparation Is entirely unlike and greatly superior to any other recuperant ever dis covered. it strengthens the living vital nervauiic principle, and gives energy to the muscles, nerves, filaments, membtanes, and all tissue* ol Ihe Internal organs, PIPIFAX -Keeps the skin lv a supple condition; the cuticle pliant ; tho pores open; and brings the blood to the surface; thereby enabling the system to counteract those bane ful atmospheric Influences. PI FIFA JE—Passes through the blood, car ries off by presplratlon and other excretions the effete and injurious materials ofthe body. It h soothing, alterative and deferatlve. Used in et hod lea 11 y and rationally, aided by suita ble diet, It produces most Important changes in the system, contributing t« the reconstruc tion of tissues, and removes vitiated matter j which has become not only useless but Inju rious, No other article has ever beeu Intro duced whl«;h combines In such an extraordi nary degree the principles of au efficient anll blllous agent and tonic. Try it and be con vtneed. mav2J 3m—2o I Masonic Notice. I.os Angeles l.odfc-e N0.43, P. A A. M. - The slated meetings oi tins are held on the first Monday of each month at 7: JO p. m. Member*of Pentalpha, No. 202, and all Mas ter Masons in good -lauding are cordially In vit. d. S. C. FOY, W, If, Cuas. Swui. Secretary. ao2B-ly—B MISCELLANEOUS. T F4 n: DOLLAR STORE! Main Street, OPPOSITE THE court hoi si;, !.<>« A n^ele-, I>iuis;iiiooi* llroN. PllopßlKToltS. THK I'.iLl.i iWI.Vii IS A PARTIAL LIST •>l urllel.-- we are BOW selling al. extr» ine ly low prices: 100 Picture Albums, al 81 00 Fine Portfolio*, at 1 On Keticufew,., , ■ 1 00 l.i.dies' Work Itoxes 1 00 Joseph's ami Alexanders Kid <.' »« per MaTIMMtM) , I 00 Reantnai Wetting i>e»ks .. l oo A SPLENDID ASSORT.MF.NT <•:■' BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY OF ALL RIND*. Full assortment of Hose, Handkerchiefs. Collars, C'mlVm, Etc. And Ladies' Underwear. Genls' Drawers and Shirts, at ..#1 00 ( hil.lrens' Dresses, at 1 00 Ladle*'and Gents'Hats,nt 1 00 Gent*' FTti White and Calico Shirts, ut,.. 1 00 Genu.' Wool Over Shirts, at 1 00 Two under shuts, at 1 oo Heavy Cottonade Pants, at 1 00 Linen Coat, Pants and Vest, each, at 1 00 Vases, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, Pocket Cutlery, Etc. Also v splendid assortment of Brackets and Rustic Frames, CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE. Flint Glass Table Set, 6 pieces, for 81 00 8 Goblets, Flint Glass, for 1 00 12 Tumblers, " " 1 oo 1 Wine Set, for 1 00 1 Large Lamp, complete 1 00 Silver-plated, five-bottle, Dinner Castor... 1 OO Sherwood, Wire-lraine, three-bottle, Breakfast Castor 1 00 12 Tea Plates. 1 oo 0 Good Knives and Forks 1 00 6 Good Table Spoons 1 00 A large assortment of MASON'S FRUIT JAItS, and COVERED JELLY GLASSES, always on hand and for sale at lhe lowest possible price. Also a countless variety of other articles of every description. Call and examine our Stock at the DOLLAR STORE, OPPOSITE COURT HOI sF. ON MAIN ST _ ,|.' 2Mm- '7 FURNJTURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. DOTTER & BRADLEY, (SucceHsors lo Dotter & LordL Hava now the Largest Stock ever brought here. Have just received a large lot .directly from the East, and cordially Invite the pub lc lo examine their good, and price same. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, FOtr. Kte. Flto. Kidney X^«,oc?y, (With Dotter & Bradley), Is still selling everything In above lines at Reduced Prices, and guarantees Work and Coods. Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machines, DOTTER & BRADLEY Ar • slill Agents for lhe GROVER A. BVKER ELASTIC LOCK STITCH SEW ING MACHINE, And would beg leave to call attention to tbe fact that FOUR lVe>v nud DiMtiiiet a»»«l Import tint Improvements have been added to this Machine recently, making it past all competition. 86 MAIN STREET. 86 LO* ANGELES, jlyl Sign of the RiK Red Chair. IflO EVERYBODY WANTS ONE OF THOSE Emerson Pianos. HAVING RETURNED TO THIS CITY, I now resume my business, heretofore conducted by J. D. Patrick, and have lu-i or dered a' fresh installment ofthos • SPLENDID INSTRUMENTS, (if which there has been more sold within the us! six month* in this ciiy thanafall ethers put together. Also Dunham & Decker Pianos, and Estey and Mason & Hamlin Organs For sale on easy installments. Pianos and Organs for rent GEO. A. ARMSTRONG, A! Photographic Parlor,-, Downey Flock. ,HyB lib—:t Dissolution of Partnership. ■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE partnership heretofore exlstlngbetw. en Bathy A Marshall, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. The business will hereafter be conducted by C. T. Bathy, who will collect all debts due the llrm. C. T. BATHY. W. 11. MARSHALL. Los Angeles, June 88, 1871. jylt»-lot" CHAS. E. BEANE, NOTARY PUBLIC A ND CONVEYANCER—DEEDS XX. correctly drawn. Office, Ground Floor, Downey Block, Main street, next door to Bush's Jewelry Store. JlVSOtf—l SFOLBX.-FltoM THK HANCHO LAS Calabaras, Carton of Las Caiubanis. , Brand, "V 2." Any animal that may have this brand as a mark ot being sold, Btgnlllc. that from this date the salw Is not approved by rlie lawful owner of tbe brand. CESARIA V ALENZUBLA. July ao, 1874. Jy3o Iw-1>» MISCELLANEOUS. COSMOPOLITAN SHOE STORE 1 NEW ST ORE! NEW GOODS ! j WILLIAM SLANEY Ha» Just opened a n<»w*and well-wdechM»foek BOOTS AND SHOES THK KKHY , That ha» ever i>een brought to this Market* Consisting of New York, Philadelphia and San Fran gisco Custom-made Boots & Shoes. Both Hand-Sewed and Screwed, ALS»», Ladies' Fine Button Boot Balmorals. Congress Gaiters and Slippe , Also, tho Finest Haiti Of Misses'. Children's and Infants' Button and Lace Shoes That can be found In the City. /i >i / ./.'I 'si ,-i» 's ,ti*ct Hi. 4 *' t/* i. My long experience lv tin; business enable* me to give my customers more satisfaction as regards STYLE, QUALITY and PRICE than | any other hous,- In this city. My old friends and Ihe public in general are . respoetfully invited to call aud examine my I Goods before purchasing elsewhere, and 1 : guarantee they will be well sal lulled, for I will j sell my fine goods for LESS MoNKV than for ; what they pay for common goods. DO NOT FOR6ET THE PLACE ! 100 ! MAIN STRKET, Opposite Well*, Eargo.t Co., SIGN OF BIG BLUE BOOT. , myl.VSm— 86 j The Steams Ranchos, A I I HI It BOBINNOST, Trustee. 312 Market Ntreet. Nan Francisco, Ch|. i QO 000 ACRES OF LAND I'ViUvv for sale, in lots to suit, suitable for the culture of Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peaches. Ap plea. Pears, Alfalfa, Co»n, Rye, Barley, Flax, Ratnle, CottOß, etc., and also many thousand acres of ; Natural Evergreen Pastures. Suitable for Dairying. Good water Is abundant at an average depth of six feet from the surface. On almost every acre of this land FLOWING ARTESIAN WELLS can be obtained, and the more ele vated portions can be lrregated by tbe water of the Santa Ana river. Most of these lands are naturally ttieist, requiring only good cvi tl vat ion to produce crops. I 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 ' conn and see this extensive tract before pur ' chasing elsewhere. WM. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, May 24, ls7;;. mrtt-tf — 7 GRAND RE-OpENING OF THE ORIENT We have Just received a Large and Entiru NEW STOCK of mid CIUABH. s>r- Punch..-- and Cobblers Specialties. J. CAPPE, Proprietor. G. E. GARD, Manager. lnylOtf— 1 E. U. WOItKMAN. WM. U. WORKMAN. Workman Bros., I Manufacturers and Importers of , | HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS, SADDLERY WARE. ETC. I A Good Assortmeat of LADIEfJ' AND GENTLEMEN'S' Traveling Bags, r*>Htt*ltolM uittt Vnliatess, Always on hand. ! Fine Carriage. Bus;*;? and ream i HARNESS AND SADDLES. Of our own Manufacture constantly on bund. We are prepared to offer Great ludui. - men is to Pnrcbasers. »#• Repairing promptly and carefully attended to, Come and see us, at the Sign of the lit-. Horse, 7il Main street, Los Augeies,Cal. Junl-5 Ceo. Wood & Co's PARLOR AND VESTRY ORGANS (lAN NOT BE EXCELLED BY ANY J other make. Liberal terms offered by Wm. C. BADGER. Sole Avent on tbe Pacific Const, Man Prsnelscu i. m, do m i TMAVKLINd AVEMT.