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TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
ONE DOLLAR per Square of ten linen, first
Insertion, and twkntv-kivk oents per Square
foreaeli subsequent Insertion.
■■■■■■■■■■■nanaMBBB
WANTS-LOST FOUND.
MONEY TO LOAN in sums from 1600
IVI n, i 2,000. Apply »f Cottage Photograph
Rooms, corner First ami Spring streets.
Ilfebfltf WILLIAMS A SMITH.
VA/ANTED ! <> purchase, ef lease tor a term
ww of yeaM, a lot on Spring street. Appiv
tO s. |„ DKWBV,
U. a Hotel building, Los Angeles and Rc
quona streets. feb3-lf
\A/ ANTED TO RENT three or lour un
ww furnished rooms in it house with sony
respectable family. Address "J. J.," this
Office. jii n •..>.")-lw
\A/ ANTED, by a thorough, good account*
"V ant, a situation as book-keeper. Will
also take charge of a small eel of books al a
moderate salary. Address "A /.," this of
fice, jan 10-1 in
D OOWIS.-FAMILY and Sineli; Rooms
• t with board at Col. Peel's on Hprlng Ht.
novllilf
ANEW WILCOX * <il MRS MEWING Ma
chine for sale at 25 per cent, less than
cash price. Inquire at lids office.
novlOtf
LOST r
A BLACK AND WHITE PLAID SHAWL—
on Main or Washington street. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at La
layette Hotel. dees-.tf
Pasture Wanted.
WANTED— A GOOD PASTURE FOB
LBOO wethers, Immediately, Address
p. (». Hox it."), Los Angeles. laBl in*
FOR SALE-FOR RENT.
TREES FOR SALE.—Klfty Thousand
I Orange, Lemon andXJme trees, suitable
for setting out In nursorythls Bummer, or will
contract to deliver them when four years old.
Address J. H. CLAIM",
feb7(lA\vlni Postofßoe box 00.
I AND FOR SHEEP.-A Fine grazing
k— Kanch for sheep lo rent. Apply imme
diately to P. N. ROTH A CO.,
Under the Lafayette Hotel, Main Ht.
febTtf
ROOM TO LET. A PLEASANTFUR
nTaned room is to let In the first house
below the Tivoli Garden, on First street. Ap
ply at the premises, to
IVO lw • MRH. BULLIS.
RO< 'Ms TO LET—With Hoard, in a private
family. Apply at No. TH Main St.
fel»s-3t
FOR SALE, Blue and white quart z gravel
and other curiosities for gardens. Apply
to. S. P. LARHEN.
Hknhv R. TiNKRit Agent, Wilmington.
febB-2t >
I OST. A BUNCH OF KEYS STRUNG
I— oh a small pocketchalrr. Kinder will he
miiably rewarded by leavlngthem at Lenin's
bookstore. • fe2 IW*
FOR SALE- -good BUSINESS AND
Law Library. Fine opportunity for v
person wishing to locate. Address P. Q. Bon
154. Los Angeles, l lal.. for particulars. '
fe2 6t*
CTOR SALE.—A- House and Lot on Olive
• street, between Tib and Bth, well Im
proved. Cheap furoasb. Knojalreof
JiinS-liu W. BAKER,
•On the premises, or at this office.
I ARCE ORANGE TREES FOR
L_ SALE.— Orange and Lemon treea lour,
five and six years old. The six-year-old tret ■
are very large. Also Bearing orange Trees
for sale. MILTON Till I.MAS,
1 1-2 Spring st.
Los Angeles, Jan. 20, 1875. Ja3o tin
lAOI AO It HALE.-Fin. Young Orange Orchard
' containing about :tou trees; also, a variety
of fruit trees sui li as walnut, Italian chestnut,
apple, pear, peach, olive, etc.. located in the
city on Hie West side ol Main street, and con
taining in acres. Apply to W, H. MACE,
jaatjTlai Poetomee box ;soi Loa Angelas.
p—OR SALE.—I Wtll Mil at Public Auc
r Hon, on Saturday, Feb. 20th, my farm,
2% miles northeast ot Compton, containing
Lw iwsres with Improvements to the value ol
*2,u"j. Good honse, and outhouses; a large
portion of Ihe place fended and all under im
provements. Terms. H}4.ti(M) do,mi, and the
balance of purchase price on time al reason
able Interest. Sale to take place at .he Court
House, Angeles. -
W. R. MALCOLM.
)anl>ltd
Sheep For Sale
■ HAVE 4.000 Best Grade of Sheepwhich
I 1 oiler for sale, guaranteeing to the pur
chaser pasture for the whole lot one year.
Two!thousand of tneewes, served with tho
rough-bred rams from Vermont, will lamb in
March, and the increase will l,c of superior
quality. Also, twenty thorough-bred Rums,
and other tine rams for sale. For lurther par
ticulais. inquire of SIMON LEVY,
janUtf No. 33 Aliso St.
LAND FOR SALE.
Ihavf e»o ACRE* of EXCELLENT
land for sale near Old Los Nietos. About
200 acres will produce corn without irrigation.
The remainder is good fruit and small grain
land. Living water on the premises. Par
tially improved. J. ft. THOMPSON,
•AI and 51! Temple Block.
Dec. 17, 1874. ilel7 tf
A Most Desirable Homestead for Sale.
THREE AND A HALF ACRES, EXTEND
ing from Figueroa to Virginia street,
neatly enclosed, containing 100 lemon, 80
lime, 40 almond and 20 walnut trees, all in the
most thrifty condition and commencing to
bear, and vacant space sufficient for shrub
bery and 75 or 80 orange trees. Apples, peach
es, pears and apricot* of I he fines I varieties, in
good bearing. Also a fine strawberry bed,
from which was sold last year S3OO worth ol
afrawbeiries. The lime trees can be depended
on for 50,000 limes for I he next year.
I rice 88,500; no ieduction. Apply at Ihe
Hkhai.d office. Jal7 lm
MISCELLANEOUS.
WARRANTS ON THE GOPHHER AND
Squirrel Fund, prolested on or before
August 10, 1870, are now due and payable al
the office of the OonrrtyTreasurer,
T. E. ROWAN,
ja7 tf County Treasurer.
Wiliow Wood.
A fine SUPPLY of tills Wood constantly
on hand at my Yard on Alain, .la strut,
below the Depot. All lengths. Orders let! al
tbo Grunge store will bo promptly attended to
and delivered free of charge.
jan23-lm J. J- MORTON.
Notice.
THE TAX BALE "OK PROPERTY FOR
delinquent taxes lias been postponed un
ti. further no.lee. ( , ARRIf . Tj() ,
lan 24 Marshal.
Steam Water Lifter.
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO IN
forni the public that be is now creeling
his machine shop on Requlna street, uear the
R R Depot, where he may be found, and
will be pleased to see his MetMs »tt4 pa
trons. ALLEN WIIAUA.
Jan24-tf
CRANCE CO-OPERATIVE CO.-NO
TICE OF DIVIDENDS.
KOTICE Is hereby given, that at a meeting
ofthe Hoard of Directors of said Com
pany, held on the 6th Inst., a dividend tor iy t
per cent. per month (SOcent* per share) was
declared for Hie first six months eliding nn
the 3ist day at December, a. i>. WM, on the
paid in capital stock ot said company.
v L. M. HOLT, Hec'y.
January 7, 1875. D"
NOTICE.
HAVING refitted my entire house, and
given up mcrchand!»lng, I am prepa-ed
to accommodate boarders with pleasant
rooms and board a. reasonable rales. I am
located at Han Gabriel Mission, so Justly cel
ebrated for asthmatic and pulmonary com
plaints. Can leave lor Los Angeles at 9
o'clock A. m. ; returning, arrive at tea mln
u.espa.tS.P.ll. j )AVID X.HALL.
San Gabriel, Jan. 13,1876. Janl3-lm
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
WKDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 1875.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Ash Wednesday.
The Ventura sailed for San Diego at
3 o'clock yesterday morning.
The Ventura sails for San Francisco
to-day.
Six hundred boxes of oranges and
lemons were shipped from the depot
yesterday.
A fine piano will soon be numbered
among tlie appointments of the Back
man Mouse.
Eavea was found guilty of embezzle
ment in the County Court yesterday.
Sentence will be passed next Friday.
A large number of people visited the
Centinela ranch yesterday. The com
pan> furnish free conveyances to all
who wish to look at the lands.
We learn that Mr. A. A. Wilson,
who has been prostrated with brain
lever for some time past, is now be
coming convalescent.
Messrs. Rogers & Potosky will open
their new saloon called "The Grotto,"
in the basement of Ducommun's new
building "next Saturday evening.
The schooner Legal Tender, Captain
Winding, arrived at Wilmington yes
day, eleven days from Humboldt,
bringing lumber for Perry, Woodworth
& Co.
No less than five gentlemen who
were looking for that lost key put in
appearance at our office yesterday.
The fifth enquirer proved to be the
owner.
Mr. Sam. Prager expects to move
his dry-goods establishment to the
new location In Ducommun's building
in about two weeks. Meantime, he is
closing out Ins stock at panic prices.
Four miles of the r»ad between
Spadra and Saiißernardiuo have been
graded. The contractors have two
hundred aud fifty men employed push
ing the work ahead.
The street railroad company have
adopted a rule requiring the drivers to
collect the fare of passengers when
they first get on the car, and have
posted up notices to that effect in each
car.
There will be uo services in St.
Athanasius' Episcopal Church to-day
(Ash Wednesday), as Rev. Mr. Loop,
on account of previous engagements,
is unable to olliciate in Mr. Hill's ab
sence.
A woman with a two-edged tongue
is to be tried this afternoon before Jus
tice Gray for slandering and abusing
her neighbors. Some interesting de
velopments will be made and of course
there will be a delighted audience.
No part of the city is improving
faster than that in the vicinity of
First aud Alameda streets. A dozen
new houses can be counted from a
single point which have been built
within the last two months.
Mr. Beaudry's liberal proposition
for the sale of his fine cottages and
two-story residences will be kept open
for sixty days only. Parties wishing
to secure the advantages olfered should
strike while the iron is hot.
Mr. James, the U. S. Register, bus
received instructions from the Com
missioner of the General Land Office,
at Washington, that petroleum and
asphaltum claims may be entered as
mineral lands.
Signoret's new building on Main
street is fast assuming its intended
proportions. The walls are now up
nearly to the height of the first story.
We understand that the building is
intended for a first-cla>s restaurant.
The Independence Kansan, one of the
live papers of the "bleeding State,"
has this to say about the Herald:
"Among our exchanges is the Los An
geles Herald. It is an able aad val
uable paper, affording much interest
ing information about that place Cal
ifornia, which is exciting so much
interest in this section. If you have
got it very bud, you had better sub
scribe for'the Herald,"
The New Itaty, for February, was
issued from the Herald press yester
day. The paper is filled with inter
esting matter relative to Los Angeles
county and Southern California gen
erally, lt is just the thing to bring
our section truly and fully, before the
notice of Eastern people. Copies of
the paper can be secured at the office
of Mr. L. M. Holt, No. Ik Spring
street.
Archulita and Valencia, the partite
implicated in the late stabbing affair
in Sonora, were arraigned before Jus
tice Gray yesterday. The supposed
witnesses of the deed affected ignor
ance to such an extent that no evi
dence could be elicited from them.
The accredited opinion, however, is
that Archuleta held the victim, Ruiz,
While Valencia stabbed him with a
dagger. It is hoped that some evi
dence may be secured from Ruiz, al
though he is in a very critical condi
tion.
The Cantata.
Another good house assembled at
Turn-Verein Hall last night to wit
ness the second presentation of the
Cantata of Esther by Professor Parker
and his amateur company. The singing
in some parts was an improvement,
perhaps,on that of Monday evening,as
the participants had acquired more
confidence and a better understanding
of each other thau in the first entertain
ment. Altogether, the cantata was
E resented with fine effect and to the
est satisfaction of the audience. This
evening the third and last entertain
ment of the kind will he given. We
expect to see a crowded house.
Free Lectures.
Prof. G. R. Hand will commence a
series of lectures on Creation aud Rev
elation this evening at 7J o'clock in
the German Church on Spring street.
Topic for to-night: "The Mosaic Ac
count ef Creation not Contradicted by
Geology." All are invited to attend.
Beats free.
Merced Theatre.
Vivian's Pacific Comedy Combina
tion made their first appearance aa a
company in our city last night. Mer
ced Theatre was crowded far beyond
its seating capacity and many of tha
auditors were compelled to take their
cool comfort standing. The entertain
ment opened with a roaring farce en
titled "Cool as a Cucumber." The
leading part, that of "Plumber," was
taken by Mr. Win. Simms; and as the
loquacious, egotistic simpleton to be
represented, he made a decided hit.
J. B. Robinson as " Old Barkins," and
If iss Jennie Beiffarth as "Wiggins,"
acted their parts fully to the letter.
Tiie comedy was followed by Vivian's
parlor olio, in which be never fails to
capture his house. The entertainment
was concluded by " Cinderella,"
a fairy burlesque, as much noted for
its drollery as for its pretty scenes antl
characters. Considering the defi
ciency in scenery which forms such a
material part of tlie play, it was pre
sented with excellent effect. There
will be an entire change ol programme
this evening aud another crowded
house.
SAN BERNARDINO CORRESPONENCE.
Editor Herald: A glance at the
map of the Los Angeles and Inde
pendence Railroad would convince
the most skeptical that the construc
tion of that road, through the Cajon
Pass, will prove very detrimental to
the interests of San Bernardino unless
the latter is connected with it. We
heard au influential gentleman re
mark that this place could well alford
to give one hundred thousand dollars,
rather than have the road built twelve
miles from San Bernardino, aud some
are beginning to realize the fact that
unless action is taken by the people
and Inducement, offered the com
pany to change their proposed line,
much valuable trade will be lost to
this city. We have sufficient confi
dence iv the intelligence of our people
to believe that they will subscribe
liberally to the stock and thereby se
cure those advantages which are so
much desired.
Our community were exercised Hat
unlay by the report that Dr. Rene, a
practicing physician, had attempted
to kill Morris Rittler, a merchant. It
seems that Rittler had occasion to sue
the Doctor for a store amount, where
upon he paid Rittler in currency. Rit
tler published a jard in the Argus,
setting forth tlie facts and reflecting
upon Rene, who, immediately upon
reading It, armed himself with a six
shooter and proceeded upon a bloody
mission. Coming up behind Rittler,
who was ou the sidewalk in front of
his store, he knocked him down and
drawing his six-shooter attempted to
fire but was prevented by by-standers.
He was promptly arrested and carrietl
before Justice Wagner, charged with
an assault with intent to commit
ruurder,and will have an examination
to-day. He has retained Messrs.
Byron Waters and Shoup to defend
him, aud the prosecution will be con
ducted by Distrist Attorney Curtis
and Mr. Goodwin.
Since grading commenced on the
Southern Pacific Road there has been
unusual activity in business circles,
it, is believed that the depot will be on
the lands of the Storer Mountain Col
ony Association about two miles from
town.
Tlie new Court House will soon be
completed, and it is a fine building,
second to uo Court House in Southern
California. The bonds which the
Board issue to the contractorsell read
ily in Los Angeles at a good figure.
Miller, of the Bella Union Hotel,
has started an opposition stage line
from this place to Spadra, and made
his first trip yesterday with a magnifi
cent Concord coach and six horses.
Passengers by the stage from Hol
comb and Bear valley report but little
snow in that District. Veritas.
San Bernardino, Feb. Bth.
Passengers Coming.
The following is the list of passen
gers per steamer Senator, which sailed
from San Francisco for Wilmingtou
yesterday: Win E Mallory, Thomas
Miller, R L Cowder and wife, Mr
Wenbauer, W H Holmes, S Ford and
family, FSteinhauer and faulty, Fr
Kysor, Mrs A Becker, C Wharling, O
Darwin, Jacob Beller, R S Moore, did
and servant, J E B Ackers, Mr Lynell,
Miss Thompson and sister, George C
Washburn, Miss Greenwold, Charles
Loustar, A T Dozier, Geo Delman, T
Anderson, T A Mahony, Jno H Taylor,
P Allen, G Steitihauer and family, 8
H Bishop, Wm Becker, LH Luskluen,
J Leech man, Geo Medefizer and boy,
P B Brauen, B W Wells, L Jacobs, C
J Lyster, A J McDonald and wife, Mrs
Washburn, Mrs Lillienfelt and son, C
Hensley, .1 Lever.
Insane.
A man named Jehu Berry was
brought to the Asylum fr<*n San Fran
cisco to-day. His case Is thus alluded
to by the Bay papers: The man who
on Wednesday last plunged Into the
bay while laboring under a fit of men
tal aberration caused by epilepsy, and
who bears the name of Jehu Berry,was
sent to the Insane Asylum to-day for
medical treatment. Mr. Berry repre
sented Siskiyou county in the State
Senate for two successive terms, be
tween the years 1851 and 1856, and was
regarded as the leading lawyer of
Northern California. As soon aa his
case was made public, a number of
gentlemen who formerly resided in
Yreka came forward and gave the
authorities the benefit of their advice.
Mr. Berry was persuaded to go to the
Asylum for a short time. — Stockton
Herald, February Mh.
»
A novel and somewhat serious acci
dent, says the Sacramento Union, hap
pened at the railroad repair shops on
Wednesday noon. One of the employ
ees, Charles Gill, had placed his din
ner-bucket—a patent affair, with a
screw on the top—by the fire to heat
his coffee, and as he took lt away and
was about to open it, the steam that
had accumulated caused it to burst
with a loud report, throwing the scald
ing contents into his face, burning his
neck and face quite badly. He re
ceived medical treatment soon, and it
was found that his hurts, though pain
ful, were not serious.
W. L. McCray has leased tho High
land Springs, Lake county, and will
immediately build a large addition to
the hotel and put up a number of new
cottages. He will also build a wagon
road direct to the toll-house on the
Cloverdale road,
[Written for the HERALD.]
THE EAGLE AND THE WREN.
W. HAZELTINE
The birds once met (so runs an ancient story)
To .-I a monarch,who should lie the glory
And pride of all their race—a royal bird,
With plumage rare as ever breezes stirred;
Their choice to rest, on whomsoe'or might rise
Uy wit or wing, the loftiest in the skiee.
Up sprang they all with one accord, and wide
Their shadows glimmered over land and tide;
But highest rose the eagle, who did sour
Until his weaned wings could heat no more;
And with triumphant voice, ou trembling
wing,
Proclaimed himsell henceforth tin irsoverelgn
king.
Upon his back, all un perceived till then,
Sat perched in quiet ease the little wren,
Who, as the eagle ceased to mount, quick rose
On tiny pinion, fat above her foes,
And twittered forth the victory, at length,
Of wit and intellect o'er bulk aud strength.
Anaheim Items.
[From thu Gazette]
The Anaheimers will celebrate
Washington's birthday with a grand
ball.
Mr. James McFadden, of Newport,
has gone to San Francisco to negotiate
for the construction of a steam tug, to
be used in towing vessels Into New
port harbor.
The Anahurn Lighter Company
have materially reduced their rates of
lighterage.
Work on the depot building is being
pushed forward as rapidly as circum
stances will permit. It is expected
that it will be finished iv eight or ten
flays. The construction of a sidetrack
for the new lumber yard of Koll & Co.
will be commenced next week Freight
is arriving in large quantities daily,
and business is increasing so rapidly
that next week a freight clerk will be
added to the force now employed. Ou
Thursday two car-loads of grain—2,ooo
tons—were dispatched. This was the
first shipment. Eighteen hundred
sacks are on hand ready for shipment.
COURT REPORTS.
District Court.---skpui.veda, J.
Monday, February 8.
Pico vs. Cuyas.—Court declined to find as
requested by plaintiff, to which plaintiff ex
cepted.
Brown vs. Widney.—Reset by consent, March
12th, at. 10 A. M.
Childs vs. Tarbox.—Motion for uew trial
submitted and statement settled.
Pico vs. Cuyas.—Settlement of partnership
account set for March llth at 10 A. m.
Stopponbeck vs. Mace.—Motion for judge
ment on pleadings denied.
Matescous vs. Childs.—Set for March Sth at
10 A. M.
Xi ller vs. Lewis.—Set for March Istb, al 10
A. M.
Childs vs. Cuyas.—Dismissed.
Howard A Hazard vs. McDonald.—Set for
March 10th, at 10 a. m.
Thorn vs. Peppers.— ontinued for the term.
J. S. GriHlii vs. J. J. Warner et al.—Motion
for new trial submitted and taken under ad
visement.
Grlrlitli, Lynch it Co vs. Smith —Remittitur
filed.
Dcs Aulels vs. Amat.—Motion for anew trial
set aside aud motion opened only for heating
argument on the Statute of Limitation set for
Wednesday next at 10 a. m.
Keller vs. Bandlnl.—Motion denied; plain
tiff excepts; 20dnys stay.
Robinson vs. Glceson.— Demurrer argued
and suomitted.
Reese vs. Rowland. — Continued for the
term.
Hufner vs. Hefner.—Referred to S. J. Davis
to report the same to Court as to die motion
for alimony.
Conlan vs. Qulmby.—Motion for new trial
granted; defendant allowed lo days to amend
answer and tile tho same.
Clement vs. Clement. — Continued until
Tuesday.
Tuesday, February 9.
Griffin vs. Warner. -Motion tot new trial
denied; stay of proceedings for 20 days.
Robinson vs.Gleeson.—Demurrer overruled;
10 days to answer,
Clement vs. Clement. — Continued until
Wednesday at 1:30 P. M.
Harmon vs. Harmon. -Case tried and sub
mitted.
County Court—O'Mkj.vknkt, J.
Monday, February 8.
People vs. Chas. Orton. — Defendant con
victed ot exhibiting deadly weapon. Sentenced
to 5 days in the county juil and to pay a tine
of «25.
People vs. Aeosta.—Grand larceny. Sen
tenced to I year in State Prison.
People vs. Dowry.—Burglary, aentenced to
7 years In State Prison.
People vs. Bird.— Sentenced to 5 years in
state Prison.
People vs. Wallace.—Petit larceny. Sen
tenced to 30 days In chain-gang.
People vB. Simpson.—lndicted for Grand
Larceny. Jury Impanneled, when defendant
was allowed to enter a plea of guilty. Sen
tence set for Tuesday at 10 a. m.
Tuesday, February 9.
Levy A Cobleulz vs. Cuyas ifc Co.—Case dis
missed.
People vs. Simpson.— Sentenced to 6o days
In ihe chain-gang.
People vs. Eves.—Verdict of gulliy of em
bezzling horse valued at %£>. sentence set
lor Friday at 10 A. M. *
Another Indictment against tho same party
set for hearing Wednesday.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ST. CHARLES.
J H Spioule, Nlet.is W Rockwell, Boston
M Korium, S Gabriel J W Wilson, do
Trlpstel, Anuhni W O Holmes, do
S J Lowe, do .1 Loring, do
W A Conn, S F WE Leach, Ventura
F W Hawley, lowa W B Presslcy, Slno Co
.1 M ileln, Spadra I Lavcnthal, Ballona
B D Hardenbergh, Riverside
UNITED STATICS—HummeI A Decker, Prps.
J Nickson.S Frndo C Mooney, Lyon Stn
J Summer, do .1 W Holmes, Wlmngn
W Morgan, Bakerfld I) Lewis, Piuunt
W Met ullen, do W Bill, do
A V Valgt.S Brndno E W Gates. Rlncon
F Bush, Mass C Pie boat, Orange
G Randolph, S Clara H N Steele, S F
C R Schorl, S Ana C L Koon, Anlim
J A Campbell, do J MuKnnii, S Diego
T Farley, Nietos G Hebarle, St Helena
H Chapln, do C W Schrlner, do
W Sappy, S P R R
BACKMAN HOUSE—Mr. A Mrs. Backman.
Mrs E Ailing, Ohio J Woods
Miss M E Alllng.do S E Oppeiiheimer
.1 II Book J E McComas
A Bland G F Leonard
8 C Hammer
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
noticeTo contractors.
Omics Lou Anuki.ks & Independence)
RaILROjAD, Temple Block. J
NOTICE OF THK PROPOSALS for gradua
tion ofthe L. A. A I. R. R.,opened this
day, being deemed satisfactory, the Flxecu
tive Committee authorized the Chief Engl
n to employ men and proceed with the
work on Company oceount. By order of Ex
ecutive Committee.
JAMES F. SHARKY,
Assistant secretary.
Los Angeles, Feb. 1, 1875. feb3-lw
St. Charles Restaurant.
.f
Is now opened for Day or Week Boarders,
' Terms Reasonable.
T. BCALLY, - ■ Proprietor
THE MOST ELEGANT DINING HALL IN
the city. The tables supplied with the
substantial and delicacies which the market
affords.
St. Charles Hotel Building, Main St.
Ja37tf
To the Ladies.
FOR the prettiest and most tastefully and
elegantly dressed Dolls, go to the
CUYAS BAZAAR,
Next to the Pico House.
A Million Toys for Sale.
dec2stf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ARTESIA.
3,500 Acres of Fine
Artesian Land in
a Body.
The Tract is being Cut up
into Small Farms A Home
steads and will be Sold
at the Purchaser's
Own Prioe.
Strong Flowing Artesian Wells Can
be Had on Every Acre of
the Tract.
The Los Angelos Immigration and Land
Co-operative Association has purchased a
tract ot 3,500 acres of fine, valuable land, lo
cated Just south of Norwalk Htation, on the
8. P. R. R., East of New River, and are having
It cut up Into fortv-acie. tracts.
Soil.
The soil is of a ricli sandy loam and free
from alkali. There are two or three small
pieces of alkali ground on the tract, but they
will be pointed out to purchasers so that they
may know what they are buying. The char
acter of the soil is more like the warm mesa
lands ofthe country, than the low.dampcorn
lands.
Semi-Tropical Fruits
Will there find a combination of soil, climate,
and water well adapted to their rapid growth
These lands are not entirely free from frosts,
but the cold Is not severe enough to injure the
Srowth of semi-tropical fruit trees, and rarely
oes any damage, except to the mest tenaer
vegetation.
Water.
The great desideratum of Southern Califor
nia, whhout which the richest land is con
verted into a desert, and with it the desert Is
converted into a garden, is here easily obtain
ed in great abundance. Surface water is found
at a depth of ten or fifteen feet, and
Flowing Artesian Wells
Can be readily and SURELY obtained at a
depth of rrom one hundred and thirty to two
hundred feet. There are many flowing wells
In the Immediate vicinity,and within the ar
tesian belt no failure to get flowing water has
ever occurred. The town of
ARTESIA
Has been laid out on the township line three
miles South and three-quarters ofa mile West
of Norwalk Station. A quarter-section of land
is included within the town plat. It is the In
tention to make this town the center of one of
the richest farming communities in los An
geles county.
A Fine School House
Will be erected soon by the company on a
2-acre town lot donated for tbat purpose. Ten
per cent, of the receipts from the sale of town
lots will be devoted to the erection ofa School
House aud the Improvement of the school
property,and 2K per cent, ofthe receipts from
the sale of outside lauds at the first auction
sale wilt be devoted to the same purpose.
These sums will be paid from the first pay
ments made on lands.
Arrangements are now being made for the
establishment of a Methodist Episcopal
Church, and the erection of a house of wor
ship.
A lot will be given to any Church or Society
that will erect thereon a buildlag for public
use.
PUBLIC SALE.
These lands will be offered at Public Auc
tion on
TUESDAY,WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
February 23, 24 and 25,1875,
Thus affording settlers an opportunity to pro
cure homes at THEIR OWN FIGURKS.
STOCKHOLDERS IN THE ASSOCIATION
WILL NOT BE BIDDERS AGAINST
OUTSIDERS TO RUN. UP THEIR
OWN PROPERTY TO HIGH
FIGURES.
TERMS.
The terms on all sales of lands outside the
town plat, and on town lots exceeding one
acre In size (three-fourths of the town plat),
will be ONE-FOURTH DOWN AND THE
BALANCE IN ONE, TWO AND THREE
YEARS, at one per cent Interest per month.
On town lots of a less size than one acre, one
half down, and the balance In one year with
interest at one per cent, per month.
J. B. McComas will be on the grounds daily
to show the land to those who desire to exam
ine the same up to the day of the sale.
During the sale free transportation will be
furnished those in attendance, from the cars
to Ihe lands and return, nnd reduced fare for
tlie round trip will be secured on tbe railroad
from Los Angeles and return.
TEMPERANCE.
Relieving that the sale and consumption of
spirituous and malt liquors in the settlement
would be productive of much evil continually,
and no good, ihe Association will insert a
clause in all deeds prohibitingforeverthesale
of intoxicating drinks, as a beverage, on the
lands sold.
Plats of the lands and further Information
can be had by ca 111 ng at the office of the Asso
ciation, 1% SPRING STREET, LOS ANGE
LES.
The Los Angeles Immigration and Land
Co-operative Association
Was Incorporated December 10, 1875, for the
purpose of furnishing reliable information lo
persons seeking homes iv Southern Califor
nia and also purchasing large tracts of land,
dividing them up and selling them again to
actual settlers.
The Association publishes monthly
THE NEW ITALY.
Issuing 5,000 copies in each edition. Copies
MUt free on application to any part of ihe
world.
The Board of Directors of the Association for
tlie present year are as follows:
THO*. A. GAREY President
,1. s. GORDON Vice-President
J. E. McCOMAS Manager
MILTON THOMAS Assistant Manager
H. J. CROW Treasurer
GEO. C. GIBBS Attorney
R. M. TOWN.
Persons at a distance should at once open
correspondence with the Secretary of the As
sociation. MILTON THOMAS,
Assistant Manager.
L. M. HOLT, secretary.
CABANIS & MADEGAN,
Real Estate & Money Brokers.
LEW G. CABANIS,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE—No 44 Temple Block, up stairs—en
trance, first stairway below the Bank, on
Spring street.
For Sale Cheap:
3,000 Walnut trees 3 years old
1,000 Orange " 3 " "
2,000 " " 2 " "
10,000 " " 1 year "
1,000 Lemon " 2 years "
100 Fig " 2 " «!
500 Pepper "2& 3 " "
Apply to
CABANIS A MADEGAN,
On the premises, H. Read's place, West of
Main street, on Pico street. Jan23lf
CHOICE LAND FOR RENT.
GOO C I* E S
OF—
A. ISo. 1 Land to Rent.
More than half of It Moist Land, adjoining
the new city of San Fernando, and within
400 yards ofthe Railroad Depot. Two crops
can be raised each year. Apply at the oflßce of
L.A. CBONICA.
Jan34-tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR N^l^E.
The Best and Most Liberal
Proposition Ever Made
to the Public.
EIGHT
Magnificent New Cottages!
SEVEN
Fine Si-Story Dwellineaj,
with all Modern Im
provements,
I" OCA TED IN THE MOST CENTRAL
J and desirable part ofthe city,
WILL BE SOLD
For Four Thousand Dollars,
Payable by mon th ly I ust al I men ts of $ 100 each.
Without Interest.
Or Twent-five per cent, off for Cash.
Privilege given to purchaser to transfer Ids
rights, in case of inability to meet install
ments. Apply to
P. Beaudry.
feb7-tf *
Good Pasture Within City Limits.
GOOD INCLOSED PASTURE for horses
and mules may be had on the hills West
oft.be City Cemetery. Animals at the risk of
owners. Apply to P. BEAUDRY.
febtttf
FOR Sg^LE.
1
THE FOLLOWING LOTS
FRONTING ON
BUNKER HILL AYE. AND HOPE ST.
Lot 15 in block 102.
Lots 1, 2, ft In block 109, Bellevue Terrace Tract.
Lots 2,3, 5, 6 and 7iu block T.
Lots 1.2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,8, 0, 10, block S.
Lots 12, 13, 15, 17, IDiiud 20. block L.
Lots 13, 14, 15, 17, IS, blook K.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,5, ti, 7 and 8, block
Lots 11 and 12, block J.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, tt, 7, 8, block P.
Lots 12, 13,15 and 16, block I.
Lots 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, blook O.
Lots 11, 12,13, block H. Mott Tract.
FRONTING ON FLOWER STREET.
Lots 12,17,19, 20 and 21 in block 103 of the
Bellevue Terrace Tract.
Lots 9,11,12,13,14 and 15, block T.
Lots 9,10,11,12,13.14,15 and 16, block Q.
Lots 1,2, 3, 4,5, 6,7 and 8, block V.
Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, la, 14,15 and 18, block P.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 0, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, block U.
Lots 11,12, 14, 14, 15, ltt. 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 in
block O of the Mott Tract.
FRONTING ON OLIVE STREET.
Lots 4,5, 6,7 and Bin block 4.
Lots 2,3, 4, Sand ii in block 2.
Lots 12,18,14,15 and 17 In block 1, Beaudry
Tract-
Lots 5,7 and Bln block F.
Lots 10,14,15 and 16 in block E, in Mott Tract
Frontiug on Bunker Hill Aye. & Char
ity Street.
Lota 1,2, 3,4 and sln block 108, Bellevue Ter
race Tract.
Lots 11,12,13,14. 15,16,17,18,19 andl 30 in blook
4 and lots 10,11, 12, 13,14, 15,16, 17, 18 and 19
In blook 2, Beaudry Tract.
Lots 8,4, 5 and 6ln block K.
Lots L 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 In block J.
Lots 1.2,3,4,5, tt and 7 In block I.
Lots 12 and 13 In block F.
Lot 8 in block H. ... _ .- — Ji
Lots 14. 15,18 and 17 in block Eof tho Mott
Tract.
Water will be furnished to all the above lots
at the rates fixed by the Water Commission
ers, and on the same terms as by the L A. City
Water Co. <1c22 tf
This Proposition will be open for
OO DAYS ONLY.
P BEAUDRY.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ML ECLIPSE TOD MILLS ARE THE CHEAPESi
in the market when power and durability
Have very little Fnction, and Run
ImKKw '» Lightest Winda. Us regu-
W 1 lation v Quick and sure. Will not
■gj Pack or Freeze in Winter. Every
■g M Stock Farmer. Cheese Factory and
g Mn Dairy should nave a Wind Mill.
f*f Aro ft. Mill wilt pump water for held
c 3 hl'i _ ofstock. Our 14 and 10ft. Wills shellcorn
_£ 1 *ti<! Ktind feed. We build WimlMillsfrom
tfil I 10 to 60 ft. in diameter, also antl-free-lng;
j , Ar_S_a_i Force Pumps, Pump Heads and Cylinders.
J/JkS-HI S« VC d. ell Fo ' nuwan '' uued to p out
Sknu For Circvlar,
m^w*
J. W. CLARK &, CO..
ANAHEIM.
Sole Agent* for Lo» Aacelea t'ouuly.
Janso-lm
Rooms and Board
AT THE
KIMBALL MANSION,
New I Ii- h Street,
"W'EA R THE CONGREGATIONAL Church.
131 Fine, large, well furnished suites and
single rooms, with all modem improvement*
aud a flint-class tßble. Tlie House ls
BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED
On high ground and commands a charming
view of mountain and valley. nv2tt-tf
LEWI LEW IN,
SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK & CO.,
At the well known
BOOK ANO MUSIC STORE,
street, iidjoiiiiiij,' £he I office-,
iMotTering to his friends nnd the public in
general, the finest assortment of Standard
POETICAL and PROSE WORKS,
Juvenile nnd MUoallaneoue Hooks, Plain
and Musical Work Boxes, Musical De
canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios,
LADIES' AND GENT'S WA LLETS. •
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Banjos,
Concertinas. Flutes,
And many other useful urticles suitable for
Presents.
FINE STATION FRY, BLANK BOOKS
PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES
And hundreds of other article*, too numer
ous to mention.
No pains will be spared lo meet the wants
ofthe public, and I hope to merit a fair share
of patronage.
jan :t-tf LEWIS LEWIN.
AUCTIONEERS.
rTdavis 6l CO."
AUCTIONEERS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will sell ul AUCTION,
INo. n Aremlin LSloelc,
NEW MARKS' FORMER STORE, LOS
ANGELES HT., A LARGE INVOICE OK
Black Walnut Marble TopNulte*.
Chamber Niiltcs.
Elegant Parlor Multcs lit Black Hair
Cloth and Repra.
Two Second-Hand! Pianos,
Black Walnut Marble Top Bonlfes,
Black Walnut WKrurobes,
Black Walnut Hat Back*,
Marble Top tenter Tables,
Black Walnut Ex tension Tables,
And a very large assortment of
Black Walnut Chairs and Rockers.
Sprint; and Top Matresses,
Kitchen Furniture and Small Ware,
Crockery,
China Tea Sets,
Glassware,
Black Walnut Racks,
Looklny-Classes (of all sizes and de
scriptions),
Marine and Mantle Clocks,
White Marseilles and Colored
Counterpanes.
Large assortment of
RUBBER AND COCOA MATS, BLACK
WALNUT SWINGING CRNDLES AND
CRIBS, BED LOUNGES,
And a large assort ment of
Leather and Ileps Lounges
WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE.
Will also sell at private sales on reasonable
terms. dec2o-tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
REMOTED.
I. HAUCH,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
T-J AS REMOVED INTO HIS NEW STORE
Ducommun's New Block,
No. 4 Commercial street. A NEW STOCK
Just rec' i\ cd. Those desiring a
NEAT-FITTING SUIT
Give him a call. I. HAUCH.
Los Angeles, Feb. 3d. febS-lm
Certificate of Partnershio
OOF THR FIRM OF TH. EUPHRAT & CO.,
doing business In the city of Los Ange
les, county of Los Angeles, state of ('allfornla.
We, the undersigned persons, hereby certify
that the above described partnership is com
posed ofthe following persons and no others,
whose names and places of residence arc as
follows, to-wit:
Theoplillus Euphrat, Los Aiureles.
Frederick Euphrat, Los Angeles.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto af
fixed oui' hand* aud seals this fourth day o
February, lsT",.
state oim'alifoknia, I
County of Los Angeles.)
On ibis fourth day of February', in the year
1875, before me personally appeared Theophi
lus Euphrat and Frederick Euphrat, known
to m" to be th.i persons whose names are
subscribed to the within instrument, and
acknowledged to lne that they executed the
same. _ , . ,
, ~, , Witness my hand and official seal
( ) this — day of Feb'utiry, 1875.
{ seal } 10,8 a " y v A . W . POTTS, Clerk.
~. v . By E. H. Owkn, Deputy.
THEOPHTJLUB EUPHRAT.
Fes FRED. EUPHRAT.
Th. euphrat & co.r
WHOLESALE
Liquor and Wine
» E A E E » 8,
NIR-noret'a Bulldlnv, Main street.
LOS AXOEI.BB.
The above named Arm take pleasure In In
forming the public that they have purchased
the Wholesale Liquor establishment of Mr. I.
D. Cook, and as we are connected with the
beat liquor houses in Bordeaux, we ere confi
dent we will be able to give perfect satisfac
tion to all who favor us with their patronage
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