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ONE DOLLAR per Square often linos, first Insertion, and twenty-five cents per Square for each subsequent Insertion. WANTS—LOST—FOUND. WANTED.— Three Tailors at I. Hauch'a Tailor establishment in Ducommun's block. feblStf \A/ ANTED--A Girl to take care or a child. VV Apply to 1, HAUCH, febistf Ducoinmun Block. D OOMS.-FAMILY and single Rooms • * with board at (.'ol. l'eel'son Spring st. novldtf ANEW WILCOX A GIBBS SEWING Ma chine for sale at 25 per cent, less than cash price. Inquire at Ibis Office. novldtf FOR SALE-FOR RENT. "T"0 RENT-AT A BARGAIN.-45 acres I nearDowiiey City. House, barn and well on premises. Can be rented for a meie song. Address P. O. Box 6HI, Los Angeles, fSB*Bt FOR SALE. — A FINE HOMESTEAD, containing forty acres Of choice Unit land, with about a thousand fruit trees jmi begin* ning to bear, and situate on San Pedro street, about three miles sunt li of the Court House. For further Information, apply at No. SI Tem ple Block, or to the owner on the premises. fe2j lm J. q. A. STAN LEY. FOR SALE- VTBAN U A BRIE L-70 acres of excellent land, fenced and cultivated, of Which 10 acres are in vineyard. About i,duu H.ii.-in grape yine* In bearing. Other choice varieties. Very good House, Stable Ac. Wa ter right secured. Distant from the Indiana Colony one mile; from the residences of Messrs, Wilson und Rose, two miles; from the Depot, three miles. i'ricc, «fS,OIX' Uneasy terms. GODFREY & Kl.LIs, feb2o-lm I and A Downey Block. MILCH CQWS.--A t ash purchaser can secure Firry American Cows al reasona ble figure by immediate application to J, M. BALDWIN, febl9tf 71 1-2 Downey Block. TREES FOR SAL.E.-Fifty Thousand • Orange, Lemon ana Lirae trees, suitable for setting out in nursory this Hummer, of Will contract to deliver them when four Years old. Address . 3. s. OLAPP, fel-7dAwlm Postofliee box 69. |~AND~FOR SHEEP.-A Fine -razing t— Ranch for sheep to rent. Apply Imme dtatel) to P. N. ROTH A CO.. Under the Lafayette Hotel, Main Sf. fel)7tf . ' Sheep For Sale. I HAVE 4,000 Best Grade ot Sheep which I 1 offer for sale, guaranteeing to the pur chaser pasture for the whole lot one year. Two thousand of t lie ewes, served with'tho rough-bred rams from Vermont, will lamb in M uch, and tlie meiea.-e will be of superior quality. Also, twenty thorough-bred Rams, ami oi her fine rams for sale. For further pur lieu.a. s. inquire of SIMON LEVY, Janl7lf No. BS AlisoSt, LAND FOR SALE. I HAVE 6»0 ACRES OF EXCELLENT loud for sale near Old Lot Nletos. About 2uo sores will produce oorn without irrigation. The remainder is good I mil ami small grain land. Living water on the premises. Par tially Improved. J. R. THOMPSON, 51 and Si Temple Block. Dee. 17, 187 L del 7 tf MISCELLANEOUS. Willow Wood.~ A FINE SUPPLY of this Wood constantly on hand at my Yard on Alameda street, below the Depot. All lengths. Orders left at the Grange store will be promptly attended to and delivered free of charge. JaßsMm J. J. MORTON. E. E. Fishki:. I/. W. Thatch Kit. FISHER & THATCHER, Wholesale ami Retail Manufacturers of ■JEWELRY, WATCHMAKER* AND OPTICIANS. Have in stock the very finest Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, (JlocUw, Silver-ware, Rogers & Bros. Celebrated Silver- Plated Ware, Arnudell Timed nu<l Black's Patent Interchangeable Npeetacles and Kye masses—(The bestiu the market). We mako a specialty of Diamond Setting, making and repairing Fine Jewelty of every description. Also, all kind of Fine WATOH WORli. Repairing of all kinds at reasonable prices for first-class work. We do advertise to do cheat) work and sell the cheapest goods In the market; but we do good work as cheap and sell good goods as cheap as any house on the coast. I ISIIt.SC A THATCHER, Keepers of the standard (observatory) lime for the city, and H. P. R. R. lebl2tf 67 Slain St., I,os Angeles. LEWIS LEWIN, SUCCESSOR TO BRODRICK <* CO., At the well known BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, .Spring street, adjoining the Postofliee, Is offering to his friends and the public in general, the finest assortment of Standard POETICAL and PROSE WORKS, Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Plain and Musical Work Boxes, Musical De canters, Writing Desks, Portfolios, LADIES' AND GENT'S WALLETS. Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Banjos, Concertinas, Flutes, And many otner useful articles suitable for Presents. FINE STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS PRAYER BOOKS, BIBLES And hundreds of other articles, too numer ous to mention. No pains will be spared to meet the wants of the public, and I hope to merit a fair share of patronage. Jan 3-tf LEWIS LEWIN. THE BEST STOCK OF CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, KTC. KTC, KTC. AT THE Very Lowest Prices, Are to be foued at the . "IMPORTANT" Under the LAFAYETTE HOTEL. NEW GOODS RECEIVED ON EVERY STEAMER. feb6tf *' y df CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1875. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tlie Ventura sails for San Fraucisco to-day. The Constitution sailed for Nanai mo yesterday. The Board of Supervisors have ad journed. Downey shipped yesterday 125 sacks of corn and 41 bales of hay. C. Brode— a son — everything se rene. The Santa Barbara Index has been enlarged to a six-page sheet. Go to the new Poetoffloe building for your mail this morning. Five hundred boxes of oranges were •hipped from the depot yesterday. Social circles are all agog over the coming masquerade ball. Mr. Will R. Bettis has been ap pointed deputy poll-tax collector. San Bernardino is having bonanza balls and parties. Judge Gray took in several new re cruits for tlie chain-gang yesterday. A slight shower commenced falling about 7:30 last evening. The air grew quite chilly yesterday afternoon—a premonitor of rain. Our old friend Will Tell, oi seaside notoriety, is now happy in a lager beer saioon iv San Bernardino. There are only a few more chances left in the thoittAud dollar diamond ring at the Fashion Saloon. Judge Widney expects to christen his new line the East Los Angeles and San Pedro Street Railroad. A meeting of Los Angeles Lodge, No. 85, I. O. O. F., of special import ance will be held to-night. A full at tendance is expected. A party of Councllineii and one re porter took a ride over the line of the newly projected street railroad yester day. Bear in mind that Williams will sell forty-six valuable town lots on Friday. They go at auction and are a rare chance. The iron of the Main Street and Agricultural Park Railroad is expect-, ed to arrive next week, when active operations iv track-laying will be commenced. The proprietor of the Merced Thea tre, Mr. Abbott, is making arrange ments to put in a new gallery aud make other important improvements in the building. The iron for the Main street rail road left San Francisco on Monday. Governor Downey will ko up on the next steamer to select the plan of cars to be used on the road. The shipments from Anaheim by railroad during the month of Februa ry were as follows: 3,704 sacks barley, 173 sacks corn, 715 sacks rye, 200 sacks potatoes, 22 pipes wine, 29 sacks wheat, 19 sacks beans, 39 boxes eggs. There is a man in San Bernardino so mean that he refused ft) buy a three cent postage stamp for his wife the other day. It may be that she was writing to his mother-in-law, and in that case he was excusable. J. C. Wallace entered a plea of not guilty to the charge of manslaughter, in the District Court yesterday. The trial was set for the 25th inst., and a venire issued for 50 jurors. The Disciples of Christ formed themselves into a Church last Sunday with 29 members. The organization will hereafter be known as the Chris tian Church. Miss Jennie Leys, by request, will relate some of her experiences in the transition from Orthodoxy to Spirit ualism at Merced Theatre, this eve ning, at 7:30 o'clock. All are cordially invited. It is now thought that the second sale of Centinela property, advertised for tlie 12th of April next, may not conic otT, as the lands are being sold very rapidly at private sale, and may be entirely disposed of before that time. The attention of our business men is directed to the fact that J. L. Ward makes collections on Panamint safely and promptly. Mr. Henry G. Hous ton, late of Los Angeles and well known and respected here, is his agent at that place. Rumor hath it that a couple of Los Augeles lawyers had an interesting little set-to at Anaheim last Monday. They were both drunk; they went at it tooth and toe-nail; they clinched and fell, and rolled over and over and over, but neither one was much hurt. A spiritualist of this city who is far gone in the faith has a sleeping apart ment about ten feet square raised on timber to the height of twenty feet from tlie ground. To this he repairs at night for repose, and the spirits, finding great difficulty in climbing the posts, let him alone. Mr. A. J. Davidson made his appear ance in town yesterday for the first time since his lat© accident, by which lie lost the thumb of his left hand. He carried his arm in a band-box and looked a little demoralized generally, but said that he was getting along finely. A subscriber writing from Baldeye, Miss., says: "1 have received three numbers of the Weekly Herald, and am well pleased with the paper. I now want a copy of the Herald pamphlet, and enclose stamps. Doc uments or papers relative to Califor nia are iv such demand here that a man must keep his having one a secret if he wishes to be able to refer to it himself. Mr. John Donahue of the Training Stables on Main street has associated with himself as partner Mr. Henry, better known as ''Hank," a vetran trainer. The present company keep in connection with the training busi ness, a general livery and boarding stable. They board trains and let horses on the most reasonable terms. Parties having promising colts would do well to put them under the care of these experienced hands in the busi ness. Board of Supervisors. . Tuesday, March 2d. The Board met at 10 A. M. The District Attorney, in the appli cation of Ignacio Del Valle for release from tax on mortgage, gave his opin ion that the tax could not be collect ed. Sheriff ordered not to sell prop erty. The petition of J. C. Hickey and others, for a road from Newport to Santa Ana, granted. I* Seebold, Mr. Lock hart and G. Morgan appointed viewers. Petition of S. D. Smith and two others, asking to have their names stricken from a petition to open a road through the lands of Chapman and Newmark, above the Mission. Peti tion granted. Petition and remonstrance for road through Mr. Stout's land, at Los Ni etos, near the college—four disinter ested part ies selected to view premi se** and determine whether road should be opened <>r vol. Petition of J. W. Clark and others for road from Westminster to Ana heim depot. Granted. L. Beeboki, B. F. E. Kellogg and D. W. C. Cowan appointed an viewers. Petition of F. A. McNeil asking to be refunded money paid for a double assessment of faxes. Granted. A. Langenberger petitioned to be re funded taxes on mortgage released three years ago, but release not on record. Granted. The petition of Wm. and others for a bridgojjHbss Vega Honda creek, was read. .". the appli cation ordered to be arJHrtised, as re quired by law. The bonds of the Commissioners, eiected for the Cajon Water District, were approved, and those of J. E. Tip ton, for Road Oveiseer of Azusa, were also approved. The Clerk was authorized to adver tise for bids for medicine and medical attendance for the County Hospital and County Jail; also for the county printing and advertising. Adjourned till the first Monday in April. That Odious Word, "Uncertain." The San Diego Union is peculiarly sensitive now since the last misfortune of the Texas Pacific Railroad Bill, and comes after us like an aggravated ta rantula, in this fashion: The Los Angeles Herald is in a witty vein, and forecasts the future of San Diego in one word—"uncertain." Let us see: In 1870 this county had about 2,000 population; assessed valu ation, about $1,000,000; bee ranches, none; farms, none to speak of; mines, none opened; the town, just beginning to be built. In 1875, population over 10,000; assessed'valuation over three millions; honey export last year, nearly 500,000 pounds; wool export over 1,000,000 pounds; wheat produc tion, 200,000 centals, etc., etc.; a town With permanent improvements that will compare well with anything Los Angeles has to show and public build ings that Los Angeles cannot begin to equal; and a people who have no such word as "uncertain" in their vocabu lary. But perhaps the Herald is witty at the expense of our railroad pros pects. We may well retort that, if there is a place in Southern California whose railroad prospects are "uncer tain. it is Los Angeles,—uncertain, that is, as to tlie realization of the an ticipations of her people. The distress ing question even now is, "main line, or branch ?" Los Angeles is unfor tunately situated in this respect. At the very best, even on the "main line," can be but away station. On the other hand, San Diego is built upon the shores of the second harbor in Cal ifornia, to which the railroads must come; and while her people may have to endure some trial of patience in waiting for their advent, and her productive wealth is Increasing with really marvelous rapidity. Here, if anywhere, in California, the future may he counted upon with certainty. The same old tune—"harbor" — harped to the one thousand and first variation! Of course San Diego har bor is good—or will be as soon as they get the sand deposted by tlie river scooped out of it. And San Diego will always lie a good shipping point for local freight*, perhaps a lirst-class town some day. Her people, though they may not be "uncertain," as the word goes, are still on the fence di viding their faith equally between Providence and Tom Scott, with a little hesitation as to which one of the deities they shall address their prayers to. The question of ''main or branch line" for Los Angeles has long since been settled and lixed iv a contract beyond tlie disposal of any railroad company, as shown by the striking out of the objectionable clauses in the Southern Pacilic Bill. Los Angeles will have not one, hut two, main lines, and already lias three branches. Our city will be the focal point for shipment at three ports— Wilmington, Santa Monica and Bolsa Chica—either of which will answer for practical purposes as well as San Di ego harbor. But we do not wish to inaugurate a newspaper warfare with our San Diego neighbors and, besides, it is mean to kick a man when he is down. Perhaps we had better say that we consider the prospects of San Diego certain— for a very good town. The New Postoffice. * Between four o'clock last evening and midnight, Postmaster Bent and his efficient deputies removed the Postofliee from the old location in Temple Block to the new office, next door to the Herald office, aud this morning everything will be ready for tho prompt delivery of mail matter as usual. The office is a great improve ment on the old one. There is a great deal more room, a iarge number of lock-boxes have been added, and a number of other improvements made which will lighten the labor of the clerks and facilitate the delivery of the mails. Los Angeles now has a first-class Postoffice, a first-class Post master and a corps of active and effi cient clerks. »•» A three-year-old youngster saw a drunken fellow "tacking" through the street. "Mother," said he, "did God make that man?" She replied iv the affirmative. The little fellow reflected for a moment, and then exclaimed, "1 wouldn't have done it!" Boy on Uncle's knee: "Uncle,what's, that in your throat ?" Uncle—" That is an Adam's apple." Boy—"Adam's apple! Has it got a stem ?" Unwelcome Information. Editor Herald: It is an old and well known adage that gratuitous in formation is not well received. Per sons who have sacrailced everything to the hurricane sweep of their own unbridled passions, come, when too late, to conclude that any price would be paid for immunity from disease and consequent dissolution. But the only bank on which they might draw with hope of their drafts being honored lias been depleted; their vitality has been squandered, and Nature, the chief cashier, does not know the needy ap plicant. We pay fabulous sums to employ valient knights, who, mounted on their fancy steeds, make feints of charging down upon error, while they are secretly scattering the seeds of disorder. Why ? Simply that under the abnormal conditions, disorders are the. best paying crops to cultivate. The temper must be drawn from the human steel in order to make it sub servient. Ail the back bone, all the moral stamina, it is an absolute ne cessity for the tyrannically inclined to annihilate. How better can this be done (ban to encourage and foster the use of pareottcs and stimulants that unfailingly deplete the vital sum? "Oh, I would rather enjoy myself while I do live than to be eternally depriving myself of these indul gence-," say the victims of tohaeeo, tea, codec, alcohol, drugs, etc. And, of course, they will never be taught a better policy, SO long as the weighty influences of damnable rings aud mo nopolists are on the side of their con stant use. How else could the whole world be kept in subjection, if it were not by the potent assistance of these enervating habits thai come to be second nature and are transmitted from one generation to another? Once admit the entering wedge of these heresies against the universal indi gencies, and "Othello's occupation's gone. My doughty knight, that now imnses himself and the unthinking crowd by charging hither and thither at errors of his own creation, would have to dismount and harness his steed to cart or plough to earn his own bread, if the "dear people" were once educated in the fundamental laws of health Of body and mind. Therefore, by all means, let us suppress these meddlesome emancipationists who are constantly annoying us with their gratuitous information. F. M. Shaw. February 24th, 1875. San Bernardino Items. [from the Argus.] Whooping- cough is quite prevalent among the children in town. Sixty-seven additional Chinamen just from San Francisco were put to work on the Los Angeles and Inde pendence Railroad Wednesday. Senator Jones writes from Wash ington that he will return to Califor nia about the middle of March and will at otice look into his Punamint interests. Chief Engineer Crawford has sent to San Francisco for a steam Burley drill, for use upon the rock in Cajon Pus, and it will be forwarded immedi ately and set to work. The matter of constructing a good wagon road from some point on the railroad up the Santa Ana to Bear Valley is being mooted and like eve ry other measure finds some enthusi astic friends. Mr. Thorn returned from the front yesterday, and reports I bat the camp of the grading party is not more than six miles from San Bernadlno. There is no iron at Spadra but three vessels sailed from New York some months ago, and when they arrive track lay ing will commence. Anaheim Items. [From the Gazette] The Los Angeles and San Bernar dino Land Company are about to lay oft'two sections of land into town lots. The site is near Costa Station, about live miles from Anaheim. It is prob able thai the new metropolis will be named Northani. Mr. Hansen, the gentlemanly con ductor on the Anaheim Branch, is the messenger of Wells, Fargo & Co., itnd can be relied on to transact business in Los Angeles with accuracy and atten tion at a very small charge. He has access to the banks in the afternoon, and will transact any banking busi ness. A company is being formed for the purpose of erecting a tine hotel, of suf ficient capacity to meet the wants of the public in this prosperous section for some time to come. It was at rir.it the Intention to build it on the west side of Los Angeles street, opposite the Presbyterian Church, but being unable to procure the necessary land for the purpose, the company talk of buijding on Center street a short distance from tlie railroad depot, if they can procure a suitable site. We will be able to obtain the full particulars of this en terprise in a few days. It will be remembered that a few days ago a shock like that of an earth quake was felt. It wasn't an earth quake, however, but merely the con cussion of the atmosphere produced hy the rapid descent from a high altitude of the four-year-old son of Al. Stein hart. He was playing on tho porch of Phil. Davis' house, when he toppled over and fell a distance of eighteen feet to the ground, the only damage being the loss of some skin from his little nose. It was some time before his parents could ascertain from him tlie cause of his damaged probocis, as he dreaded that his escapade would get him a licking. He didn't get it. THE LITTLE PEOPLE. When a boy is sitting on the sunny side of a bam, waiting for his father to come and "lick" hJna, you might talk astronomy to him for four straight hours, and not excite his in terest." A Dubuque boy was rather troubled for for fear he would not know his fa ther when they both reached heaven, but his mother eased him by remark ing: "All you will have to do is to look for an angel with a red nose on him." Sunday School teacher-" What do you understand bysufiering for righteous ness sake?" Boy, promptly—"Prac ticing hymns in tlie morning, teacher, and Sunday School in the afternoon, and Bible class in the evenin'!" They are again telling of Anna Dick inson's probable debut on the stage. This time it is to be in tho Spring at Boston, and in the role of "John Dark," as the lecture committeeman called4t in naming Miss D.'s subject "Joan d'Arc." J - ' California Wheat. Ten years ago California produced only wheat enough for her own con sumption, if, indeed, enough was raised in the State for that purpose. The immense proportions which that crop has reached in a single decade, is one of the most astonishing events of the century. The Chronicle well re marks, that "if this immense mass of of wheat had come down upon us in a shower from heaven, it could not have been more unlooked for than it was a few years ago. The surprises in Cali fornia, in an agricultural way, have been greater than those of the miner al, astonishing and bewildering as they have been." The amount of the surplus is stated in figures at 20,000,000 bushels, or about 600,000 tons. To form a definite idea of what these figures mean is a very difficult matter. The New York Herald, in order to assist the under standing, says that, loaded in carts, each containing a ton, to he hauled to New York, the first would be at its destination when the last was leaving San Francisco, This, at first thought , seems extravagant; but in order to travel comfortably, not much more than two hundred carts could be ranged upon a mile, and hence the statement is not very wide of the mark. Political Economy. There is a good deal of wisdom to be found in the by-ways. A recent En glish book mentions some lines, known as the "Seven Conditions," which appear beneath a series of old designs to be found in almost every house on both banks of the Rhine: The first is the emperor, who says, "I levy tribute." Next conn s the nobleman, who says, "1 have free estate." The priest says, "I take tithes." The merchant says, "I live by my protiits." 'The soldier says, "I pay for noth ing." "The beggar says, "I have noth ing." The peasant says, " God help me! for these six other men have all to be supported by me." COUNT REPORTS. DlHtrict 4 , OIirt..«SKPUI.VEDA, J. Monday, March 1. Newbill vs. Hand.—Continued until March 19th nt 10 a. m. ; five days to answer. Gibson vs. Ferguson.—Demurrer overruled; ten days to answer. Conlon vs. Qnimby.—One hundred and fifty dollars paid into Court and answer filed to abide suit. Standefer vs. Conlan.—Demurrer overruled; ten days to answer. Standefer vs. Phelan.—Cause continued; de fendant lo pay blaintilPs costs. Meyer vs. Roth.—Motion for new trial de nied; 20 days stay. Peaple vs. McArthur.-Bail reduced from $5,000 to $2,500. Tuesday, March 2. People vs. J. C. Wallace.—Manslaughter. Plea of not guilty entered; case set for March 25th; venire issued for 50 jurors. Grand vs. Dominguez. — Demurrer over ruled; 5 days to answer. Keller vs. Lewis.—Continued until Monday, March Bth. Chll.ls vs. Tarbox.—Continued until March 4th at 1:30 p. M. Comity t'ourt—O'MEi.TENKY, J. Tuesday, March 2. J. J. Mills vs. Jas. Mines.—Motion todlsmlss appeal by respondent taken under advise ment. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTONS. Deeds filed for record for the 48 hours ending March 2, 1875, as reported for the Hkkai.d hy Judson A Gillette*, examiners of title, No. 39, Spring street, Dos Angeles: Louis Durr to Henrietta Steinhart.—N. %of lot 87, block E 5, Anaheim. U. Heimann et al. to G. Davis.—Five acres in Anaheim extension; $351). City to Victor Ybarra et als.—Bl-100 of an acre in & E. part of the Ybarratract, Alameda It I'd t. City to Francisco Ybarra.—Two lots in same trad, marked "3." City to Victor Ybarra.—Two lots marked "2" in same tract. A. J. Bradfleld et ux. to Chas. N. McLean.— Lot 9, block 3, Sanchez tract; $300. P. Beaudry to J,us. Moiso and James Moiso to Mary N. Fluhr.—Lots 18 and 19, block 101 of Bellevue Terrace; $1,400. P. Beaudry to O. Darwin.—Lots 15 and 57 of Ballasteros tract ; $540. - H. Hammell to Jas. P. Harrell.-Lot 10, blk 3, (Jrd's survey, corner Spring and Second Hts; $15,500. A. Langcnberger et al. to Wm. Kelley.—Ten acres m ar Anaheim: $300. C Duconimun etai. to Jacob Farney.--Lots 7 and 8, .subdivision of Domingo Block; $100. N. Fletcher to Helena W. Mannon.—Three acres in 10t.5, block 38, of city donation lots; $350. K.tateofK. H. Ditnmick.—Order approving sale. (Jhas. Ditcommun et al. to Mrs. Adela Behn. —Lo si) and 10, subdivision Domingo block; $100. Mary J. Taylor et al. to John Taylor.—22s acres in Tancho San Pedro. J. to L. Messmore.—Lot 4, block 3, Eas Los Angeles; $;)(iO. F. Adam to J. W. Davis.—Lot 4, block 30, Canal and Reservoir lots; $217. & T. Taibox to Ether Knight.—Fifty-six acres in Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana; li.iao. It is ski,dom that we NOTICE anything In tlie medical line, nor would we now, unless we could be convinced thai we are not doing our duly as Journalists in recommending to the public the celebrated botonical prepara tions of I)r. Henry. Whoever induces tlie victim of scrofula or any other disease of the blood, to use l>r. Henry.s Extract of Sarsapa rilla, has begun a good work. There can be no question us to the result of this medicine if persevered in. It is a sure cure for Scrofu la, Rheumatism, .salt Rheum, and indeed all complaint! urising from vitiated and impure blood. It Is Just what a good physician would prescribe (or these complaints, and we con fidentially recommend it as being the best article now in use. Dr. Henry's Cough Balsam is the most effective remedy for any affections of tlie Throat or Dungs that we have ever known. It contains no deleterious drugs, and can be taken with impunity and cer tainty of relief. For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, etc., it stands without a rival. Dr. Henry's Linameut as an alleviator of pain, is unrivalled by any preparation before tin- public; the most skeptical will be con vinced by a single trial. It will prove Itself a "triend In need" which no family should be without Jk. CARD To the People of Los Angeles and Southern California in General. I TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFORMING you that with an extensive experience of twenty-five years iv some of the finest cities of this continent and Europe as a Theoretical and Practical Builder, I have permanently located in the city of Los Angeles, and ask of you a share of your pat ronage as contractor or superintendent of buildings of every kind. Tlie Palace or the Cottage, the Cathe dral or the Chapel, Of any design or style, with all tho modern improvements of the age. Store Fronts and Shelving, Inside Finish for offices, banks, etc., of the most elaborate designs and latest stylos. Also, Stairs, Towers, Spires, Domes, Observa tories, Balconies and Verandahs. Will mako patterns for castings, architectural or mechan ical. Plans and specilications, If desired, will be furnished. M. A. MARSHALL., felBdlw;wtf No. 78 Fort street. Go to the Fashionable Tailor, Fitz patrlek, when you want a fine suit of clothes. If you desire recommendation, ask any of his numerous customers, and you will be told thai" Fitz." always does his work well giving line work, good material and reasona ble prices. Bowling Alley, Billiard and Oyster Saloon, In the basement of the o*. S. Hotel building, formerly occupied by the Cucamonga Wine Depot, a Saloon with a first class stock of Wlues, Liquors, Cigars, etc., etc , and the best accommodation for customers. No charge will be made to patrons for tlie use of Billiard tables and Alley. A lunch will be served In tho evening. MKLCHERT A BTOLL, uovGtf Proprietors. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE. The Best and Most Liberal Proposition Ever Made to the Public. E I Gr I I T Magnificent New Cottages! SEVEN Fine a-Story J)\v<'llin tf H, with all Modern Im> p OToments, T OCA TED IN THE MOST PENTRAL J_J and desirable part of I he city, w LL BE SOLD For Four Thousand Dollars, Payableby monthly inßtHllmentsof $100 each. Without Interest, Or Twent-five per cent, off for Cash. This Proposition will be open for GO DAYS ONLY. Privilege given to purchaser to transfer his rlght«, In case of Inability to meet Install ments. Apply to fi7 r P. Beaudry. feb7-tf * Good Pasture Within City Limits. INCLOSED PASTURE for horses 7 and mules may be had on the hills West of the City Cemetery.. Animals at the risk of owners. Apply to P. BEAUDRY. febfltf FOR SALE. THE FOLLOWING LOTS FRONTING OK BUNKER HILL AYE. AND HOPE ST. Lot 15 in block 102. Lots I, 2, 3 in block 109, Bellevue Terrace Tract. Ijots 2, .1, 5, 8 and 7 In block T. Lots I. 2,3,4. 5,6,7.8,0, 10, block S. Lots 12, 13, IS, 17,19 and 20, block L. Lots 13. 14,15, 17, 18, block K. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6, 7 and 8, block Q. Lots 11 and 12, block J. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, block P. Lots 12, 13,15 and 16, block I. Lots I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 7, 8, 9, 10, block O. Lots 11, 12.13, block H, Mott Tract. FRONTING ON FLOWER STREET. Lots 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, Its, 14,15 and 16, blo»k P. Lots I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 0.10 and 11, block V. Lots 11,12, 13,14,15, 16, 17. 18, 19, 20 and 21 In block O of the Mott Tract. FRONTING ON OLIVE STREET. Lots 4,5,6, 7 and 8 in block 4. Lots 2,3,4,5 and 6 In block 2. Lots 12,13,14,15 and 17 In block 1, Beaudry Tract. Lots 5,7 and Bin block F. Lots 10,14,15 and 16 In block E, In Mott Tract Frontiug on Bunker Hill Aye. & Char ity Street. Lots I, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in block 106, Bellevue Ter race Tract. Lots 11,12,13,14,15.18,17,18,19 and 20 In block 4 and lots 10,11,12, 1.1,14, 15,16, 17. 18 and IB In block 2, lieaudry Tract. Lots 3,4, 5 and 6iu block K. Lots 1. 2,3, 4,5,6,7 and Bin block J. Lots 1,2,3, 4,5,6 and 7in block I. Lot.-12 and 13 in block V. Lot 3 in block H. Lots 14. 15,16 and 17 In block Eof the Mott Tract. Water will be furnished loall the above lota at the rates fixed by the Water Commission ers, and on the same terms as by the L. A. City Water Co. de 22 tf P. BEAUDRY. ARTESI A! SECOND SALE!! LAST CHANCE! Tuesday, Wednesday, — AND — THURSDAY, * * *' 'illWnSJ* " * I Bali April 6,7 & 8,1875. Particulars Hereafter. MILTON THOMAS, Assistant Manager. febtttd