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COTTAGE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, On First St., Near Corner of Soring, LOS ANGELES. If you want Ihe best pictures at Eastern price*. Visit the Cottage Art Gallery. We make all kinds of pictures, From a Rem brant to a Gem; CarWs, Bontous or Medallions— We muke "dead loads" of them. Then you should all remember That the Cottage Is the place To got a first-class picture To represent your phace. You can get a heap of pictures For a small amount of pelf; We're working cheap these times— " You know how 'tis yourself." So If you come to see us, And on having pictures bent, We'll wiirrant satisfaction Or we'll never charge a cent. You've no dark alleys to go through— The street-curs pass our door; No weary, winding stairs to climb — We're all on the first floor. In lisbMng, posing, finishing, We understand our biz. So everybody come and get A copy of yourpAi'z. mrl9 tf For sale at S. Hellman's: Dividers, Detailed Paper, Drawlmt Paper, Crayons, Crayon Hold ers, Haswell's Engineer Book, India luk. Ferrotypes $1 50 per dozen at Jud kins*. *mrlB d&w tf G. W. Morgan offers one of the best residence lots on the hills at a very low figure. mrs:tf G. W. Morgan offers 160 acres of good land, capable of being irrigated from artesian wells. Price low. mrs:tf You will find Judkins at the old Sunbeam Gallery. *mrlB dA-w tf Removal—Office of Phojnix Insurance Co., of Hartford; Home Insurance Co., cf New York, and London Assurance Corporation, re moved to New Postoffice building. Spring St., Los Angeles. CHAS. R. JOHNSON, mrs Agent. *STlie principal organs of sense are con centrated to the face. It is therefore worthy of being crowned by all Gentlemen, with one ofthe superior hats which can be had at Des mond's, Main street. mart. For' Ladies and Families, the St. Charles Restaurant is the nicest place In the city, mars-tt Fine photos at Judkins'. *mrlBd&w tf Insurance Agency—Commercial of Callfor ifornia, Kireanl Marine, assets $.500,000; Cali fornia Insurance Co., assets $500,(100; Fire As sociation of Philadelpnia, incorporated 1820, assets J6,()00,00u. These companies transact their business at the lowest paying rates, charging for each risk according!.) the hazard assumed, without reference to any insurance combination or arbitrary triffs. All losses promptly adjusted and paid. B. McLELLAN, Agent. Offlee of G., N. A P. 8. S. Co., fe2o «1 Main street, Los Angeles. Insurance agency — umce. Commercial street, (Ducommun's new building), Northern Assurance Co ,of London and Aberdeen, cap ital, 810,000,000; Hartford, of Hartford, assets, $2,757,0 i 0; Imperial and Queen of London,cap ital, $ls,000,000; Union Mutual Life Insurance Co., assets, $8,000,000. John Carlin, Agent. Liverpool, London A Globe Insurcnce Co., assets $23,000,000; North British A Mercantile Insurance Co., capital, $10,000,000; Fireman's Fund Insurance Co..assets, $087,000. Wm. J. Brodrick, Agent. Applications received for the insurance of all kinds of property, and policies issued di rect fe7 tf Gems, 75 cents per dozen; just the things for schoolchildren; at Judkins'. *mrlB d&wtf To thk Ladies.- nm can have a Brosse DRESS Chart with full instructions for cut ting and fitting all outside garments, for 12 00, at M. C. Baker's, Hole Agency, febfltf New Goods! New Goods! Marxsen Bros., the new variety store, corner of Main and Third streets, keeps constantly on hand a large variety of Dry goods, Clothing, Gents' underwear, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, etc. A supply of new goods just received, and sold at reasonable rates. All goods are of the best quality; no auction goods sold by us. We respectfully solicit the public to ex amine our goods and Judge lor themselves. Good* delivered to any part of the city free of cluiige. feb3-tf R. S. Walker, Bill Poster and Distributer. Headquarters at Star office. Orders left at any of the other newspaper offices in the city, wii I be promptly attended to. Janltl Go to the old Sunbeam Gallery for the best and cheapest piclures. *mrlBd&w tf Silver and gold plating; electrotyplng;ivory and metal turning; glass and metal drilling. Locks, keys, seals and key-checks, stencil and door-plates made to order; knives and surgi cal Instruments ground and saws filed and set; parasols and canes mended; musical instru ments repaired; meerschaum pipes cleaned and mounted; model making and repairs on all fancy work and machinery, from a pin to a locomotive. All kinds wf sewing machines bought, sold and repaired. Come and see the new sewing machine engine. Sewing Ma chine Exchange,** Spring St. de3o tf We herewith wish to inform the public that we will commence on Monday, March Ist, 1875, to offer our entire stock of dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes, hats, etc., at and be low cost, as we have decided to quit business, and must sell our entire stock in ninety days without fail. It is no humbug, as we mean what we say. Come and convince yourself. Meyersteiu & Winter, proprietors of the Important, Main street, under La fayette Hotel. f 28:1 m Good pictures made at all times of the day at Judkins'. *mrlB d&w tf .Moore's Restaurant, on Commercial street, is tlie proper place to go fora good meal, with a good cup ot coffee or tea to drink with it.— There is probably no restaurant on the Pacific c«:iit where so many of the substantial* and so many of the luxuries may be had for 25 els. Don't forget the place—Moore's Restaurant, Commercial street. Private eating rooms have been neaily fitted up for the accommodation of ladies. |5-tl Bancroft & Thayek, Real Estate Brokers, No. 21 spring street. City and County Proper ty Bought, sold and Exchanged. Loans ne gotiated, money advanced on Real and Per sonal securities. Publishers ol the Los Ange les Real Estate Reporter. declltf Aged persons and ladies with chil dien will avoid climbing stairs to Judkins' Gallery by entrance on High street,opposite Congregational church. *mrlBd&w tf The light-running Domestic sewing macine, the great favorite of the East, is now to be bud at the new furniture business of Johannsen & Grossen, cor ner Main and Commercial. * The new furniture store in Ducom mun's new building Is now open; Main street, corner Commercial. * Have you been to the new furniture store of Johannsen & Grossen, in Du commun's new building on Main street, corner Commercial? * A large lot of furniture from the East and Sau Francisco, at the new furniture establishment in Ducom niun's new building, Main street, cor ner Commercial. * Wm. Farrell, at No. 19 Court street, attends to all business in the way of plumbing and gas and steam pipe fit ting. He guarantees satisfaction in all cases and charges reasonable prices. He also refinishes old gas fixtures, makiug them as good as new. Also, agent for the "Empire gas-burner" and "Economic gas-governor" —both valuable acquisitions to fixtures of a bouse and great savings over the old style apparatus. Remember tbe place, No. 19 Court streei. mrlo:tf CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1875. Samuel Seabouqh, tbe able editor of the Sacramento Union up to the day of its absorption by the Record, has accepted a position on the edito rial staff of the San Francisco Bulle tin. Mr. J. A. Johnson has returned from his lecturing tour in the East, and is now editing his paper, the San ta Barbara Press. During the past six months Mr. Johnson has lectured and exhibited photographic views of California scenery in all of the East ern cities. His journey has done much toward disseminating correct information of the Pacific Slope throughout the Atlantic States. Artesia Land Sale. The second great auction sale of Ar tesia lands will takeplace the 6th, 7th and Bth of April. The land is to be sold in five, ten, twenty and forty acre plats. The town lots average in size about three-fourths of an acre. The terms are fifteen per cent, of the pur chase money down, ten per cent, within six months, and twenty-five percent, anuually until the amount is paid. On the payment of the fifteen per ceut. the company give the pur chaser a contract for a deed. On the unpaid amount interest at the rate of one per cent, is charged. The pur chase money may all be paid down or in larger sums than stipu lated in the contract. These condi tions are so liberal that auy one may purchase a farm or town lot. We have before stated that the soil of Ar tesia lands is of the best quality, and that it produces good crops in ail sea sons, wet or dry. But it is an artesian well locality. Thus far, all who have sunk for it have secured flowing wells. These wells are obtained at compara tively trifling cost. The company re cently sunk a seven-inch pipe on the site of the town, and at a depth of one hundred and eighty-seven feet struck water which flows in sufficient quan tity to flood forty acres of soil or to irrigate one thousand acres of fruit trees. The water jets some seven or eight feet above the surface of the ground. The cost of this well was $425. These are facts about Artesia, and we commend them to the consid •rat ion of land seekers, or rather we recommend that they go down and see for themselves that what we have stated is true. A Revoking Lick. "The Deil was sick, the Deil a saint would be; the Deil got well, the deil a saint was he." James Lick was sick and gave away his pelf, James Lick got well and took it again himself. It was the private opinion of a good many people, ourselves in cluded, that in giving away his five million dollar's worth of property James Lick offered very strong evi dence of the truth of the remark that one could see how great the Almighty's contempt for wealth by noticing the fools he gave it to. We are not in the habit of making a statement so un qualified as to leave no loop-hole for escape, and we therefore add that while we do not hold this rule to be without an exception, we certainly have no thought of placing Mr. Lick in the category of exemptions. The man who has acquired wealth and voluntarily gives it all away while he is yet above ground, defies the adage, " Keep the loaf under your own arm," and proves himself devoid of wisdom. But if we thought Mr. Lick a fit sub ject for an insane asylum when he deeded away his five million dollars, we now have reason to reverse that opinion, for he has revoked tbe deed nf gift and takes back that portion of his property not already disposed of. The Trustees refuse to surrender the property, and the question of owner ship will be decided by the Courts. That Mr. Lick will recover what yet remains in the hands of the Trustees, there is scarcely tbe shadow of a doubt. He has a son and other relatives whose claim to the property is greater than that of the public. We regret to see one who has lived a long and useful life turn daft in the evening of his days, and this revocation act of Mr. Lick greatly elevates him in our esti mation. Liberalism. In all departments of life, abstract words play a most important part. The great mass of mankind never make inquiry further than to ascer tain which of two or three party catch words are most in harmony with the tone of their own minds. This ia em phatically true in regard to politics and religion. A good party name saves all further trouble about the position of those to whom it applies, but these are not received with favor by the modern politician. The beat party names with them are those which are absolutely meaningless, such as Hunkers, Barn burners, Know- Nothing, in America; Right, Left and Center, in France; Whigs, Tories and Liberals, in England. Nothing is ex pressed by these names, and for that reason they were adopted, that their respective adherents might have a wide latitude to become all things to all men. Not so with the words "Democrat" and "Republican." They are significant, and a history attaches to them, showing the con trast in American politics, and their alternate triumphs have definitely fixed tbe principles of each, so that they are well understood by the great mass of the people, aud so equally bal anced have they been that never, until recently, has either party gained such popularity as to succeed in getting the bit between its teeth and riding rough shod over the sentiments and interests of the people. But this party freak, as much as we reprobate it, may prove of infinite advantage to the nation if we will profit by the lesson. It estab lishes the fact almost beyond a doubt that if the sovereign power is once placed unreservedly in the hands of the great bulk of tbe community or in the hands of a single individual, re form by any process is at an end. We may discuss and alter details, but the general type of national existence, objects and principles of its politics are settled forever. All political re form springs from conflicts between the different parties, and the nearer these parties are equally balanced, the sharper will be the conflict and the more certainly will good results fol low. We do not object to a third or even a fourth party, provided its prin ciples are well defined; but we depre cate the establishment of a party with Indefinite principles and adopting a catch-word name that means nothing, such as Conservatives, Independents, Liberals, etc., all of which mean the same thing, if they mean anything. To say that you are a "Liberal" in re ligion, is simply saying, " I am op posed to all tlie restraints imposed by the churches, which the imperfections of human nature require; I have con structed a theory in my own mind about the imperfections of mankind, which is indeed incongruous,but which is indispensible to my liberal theory." This is liberal, but it ia the liberality of a moral spendthrift, who, having thrown to the winds his owu princi ples, is willing to indulge every one else to the utmost in similar conduct. How far the same rule holds good in politics we leave the reader to deter mine. We are willing that religious organization shall be multiplied; but we want at least the first lines of your articles of faith. And if we have new political parties, we want their prin ciples defined. California's Quota of Arms. Washington, March 27th.—Senator Surgeat had an Interview with the Secretary of War and the Chief of Ordinance to-day and laid be fore them a telegram from Governor Pacheco asking for the issue of new arms to the State. The authorities declined to act until some ac count Is famished by the Governor of the arms already leeelved. There is a heavy bal ance against the State for arms. The recent legislation designed to open a way to cancel this indebtedness, and that must be done be fore more arms can be issued. The War De partment will allow for all arms destroyed in the service, or by fire, and will receive back all in the hands of the militia or the State, and then if (lie arms so accounted for cover the indebieduess they will Issue tbe kind of arms desiied by the State to All Its quota. The Secretary promised the Senator that no time should be lost when the Governor's reply came to hand. The generalities of a telegram will not cover the case, and the best way Is to make an early and complete reply to the War Department. Washington News. Washington, March 29th. — Tho case of Wm. S. King Is to go to the Grand Jury. The Supreme Court rendered a decision to-day that the Constitution of tbe United States does not confer the right of suffrage on any one, and that the Constitutions of States which commit that tiust to men alone are not necessarily void. The Chief Justice de livered tbe opinion. Conneticut Election. New York, March 271 h.—The Springfield Republican thinks the Connecticut Republi cans will fail to recover the Governorship and Legislature at the coming election, but may have the present share of the Congressional delegation. Rival Editors on the Warpath. Memphis, March 27th.—A private letter re ceived here states that on Thursday last Louis A. Middleton, editor ofthe West Point (Miss.) Times, was shot and killed by D. L. Love, edi tor of the West Point Oazette, for an offensive article published by Middleton. Love de manded a retraction, which was refused, whereupon he drew a pistol and shot Middle ton four times, killing him instantly. The murderer escaped. Gold Way Up. New York, March mil.—To-day In Wall street has been unusually exciting with fluc tuations In prices. Gold is completely In the hands of the manipulating ring, and went to $117 during the day, closing at $116. There was a general advance in stocks, except in the Pacific Mall, which was weak in consequence of the report thut the Panama Railroad will not accede to the proposed division of freight rates. The Raid Into Texas. Corpus Christi, Texas, March 29th.—A court of citizens to-day condemned and hung a Mexican belonging to a band which plun dered stores at Nueces. A citizen of this place, Just returned from Monterey, says that about 700 men have left that section for Texas, their purpose not being stated. Bands of 400 or Son are reported crossing the river near Yuma and Edenburg. The Mexican leader boasts that his bugles will sound in the streets of Corpus Christi. More Floods in the East. Lawrence, Mass., March 27th.—The ice In the Merrimac river trom this point lo Frank lin, New Hampshire, a distance of 80 miles, U one solid mass from four to five feet thick. The tributaries of the Merrimac are much swollen. The thaw causes great anxi ety, and fears are entertained of a freshet. NASHUA AND LOWELL. Nashua, N. H., March 27th.—Here and at Lowell much tear Is entertained of a heavy Ireshet, which would undoubtedly be attend ed by great damage, especially to manufac turers. Precautions are being taken to pre vent as much as possible the flooding of property. MANCHESTER. Manchester, March 27th.—A freshet Is ap &rehended, but the damage at this point will b comparatively light. The manufacturing companies will probably have to stop run ning. the HUDSON. New York, March 27th.-The Hudson is still frozen over above Tarrytown so solidly that teams cross constantly. Navigation will not be fully open until June. Defeat or Compulsory Education Bill in Ohio. Columbus, March 27th.—The Compulsory Education bill was defeated in the Senate to day by eight votes. Louisiana Matters. New Orleans, March 29th.—The commis sions of U. S. Commissioners Eslln and Frisby were revoked by Judge Woods to-day for ex tortion In office. Judge Woods holds the opinion that he has the power to select a suc cessor pro tern, to Durell. The Coal Mine Troubles. Match CHUNK, Perm., March 29th.— An outbreak is reported at the collieries at Buck Mountain, and the Hazelton miners visited the mines, disarmed and beat the police and forced miners to quit work and go with them. Assassination or an Old Man. Chico, March 29th.—James Dorland was as sassinated this morning on the Humboldt road by Milton Kane, who lay In ambush and shot the old man with a rifle. The difficulty was about a land claim. Kane cannot be found. A Prize Fight to Come Off. Winnemucca, March 20th.—Articles of agreement were signed this evening for a prize fight, between Charles Kelly and Char les Gallagher, for $sno; to come off in a month. A forfeit of »1' 0 was deposited. Both men will commence a thorough course of training to-morrow. Fatal Railroad Accident. Rkno, March 29th.— This morning as Philip Brill and Fred Brance were crossing the rail road track, carrying a tool chest, a car which was being switched struck them. Brill's legs were crushed and lie received injuries about tlie head and back. While the leg was being set, be died from a fracture of the spine. Bailee's injuries are less serious. Page at Placerville. Placekvillk, March 27th.-Congressman Page arrived here yesterday,and in the even ing was serenaded at the Cary House by a large number of his old neighbors and per sonal friends. Mr. Page responded with a few appropriate remarks. Incendiary Fire at Marysville. MARYBVII.I.B, March 271 h.—A tire broke out at three o'clock this morning In the spring House, on Third street, damaging the build ing to the extent of upwards of $1 000. The fire was undoubtedly the work of an Incendi ary, and an Investigation will be instituted, which, it Is believed, will bring tlie guilty party to light. Mining Stocks. San Francisco, March 30th.— The follow ing were the closing prices at the Stock Board yesterday: Belcher, $38; Crown Point, ISSfKlft; Consolidated Virginia, $44(M415; Cal ifornia, $63Cqi62H; Oould A Curry, Mexi can, Ophlr, $103^@104. From San Francisco. San Francisco, March 30th.—The Piolflo Mail steamer Arizona is for sale. The Nebraska Relief Committee did not meet yesterday. They propose to wind up the subscription to-day. The citizens of Vallejo are again moving to make that city a port of entry. 0. A. Ueaton has commenced the publication of the Review, a Demo cratic weekly at Fresno. The Central Pacific Railroad Com pany are sending extra cars to Ogden to accommodate the large number of immigrants. DIED. MORROW.-ln this city, March 30th, Judge H. B. Morrow, ageu 50 years. Funeral from the residence of J. M. Griffith No. 35 Fort street, at 10 o'clock to-day. NEW TO-DAY. A Great Sale of Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes, smokers' articles, gents' furnishing goods, canes and all fancy articles, will take place daily at the Identicals. Tbe largest stock In the county. All goods warranted the best quality. Genuine imported Havana ci gars, 2 for 25c. The best two-bit cigar on the coast. Our 3 for 50c. can't be beat. We sell cigars by tbe box lawer than any one in this city, from $1 to $25. It is worth while for every ene to give us a trial. We do not In dulge in idle Boasting, but you can save at least 20 per cent, by buying your goods at the " Identicals." GOLDSMITH A DAVIS, 3S Main St., under Backman House, And at 107 Main St., next to W., F. A Co.'b Express. mi3l The Greatest Luxury of the Age! Hair Brushing by Machinery NOW IN USE AT H. H. LOWERY'S FASHION HAIR CUTTING, SHAVING AND SHAMPOOING SALOON. THE ONLY MACHINE OF THE KIND in use in the State outside of San Fran cisco. No. 8 Commercial street, Los Angeles. If your hair is falling out, try the Machine Brush; if you want a beautiful head of hair, try the Machine Brush; a sure cure for Dan druff, is the Machine Brush; NO EXTRA CHARGE for the Machine Brush. FIVE FIRST-CLASS BARBERS ALWAYS ON HAND. PROF. J. B. CROSBY, - - Foreman Always on hand, Cigars, Tobacco, Meer schaum Pipes, Etc. ay Customers are requested not to touch the bells. mr3l tf H. J. STEVENSON & CO., GENERAL. CONTRACTORS OFFICE— NO. 8 COMMERCIAL BTREET, Los Angeles. lur.'il tf NOTICE. THE SAN PEDRO IRRIGATING COM pany, principal place of business, Comp ton.—There is delinquent, upon the following described stock on account of assessment lev led pn the 16th day of December, ls7i, the sev eral amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: No. Amt. J. J. Hathorn 1 $ 0 50 Estate ot Jas. Taylor 13 25 00 G. D. Compton 17 31 38 G.W. Flood 18 5 00 Jno. W. Games 20 3 00 Root. Orr 21 13 50 J. B. Vosburgh 27 23 00 And in accordance with law, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be neces sary will be sold at Compton on The 13tb of April, 187 S. At 1 o'clock p. M. of such day, to pay delin quent assessments thereon, together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. J. J. MORTON, Secretary. Compton, Los Angeles Co., Cal. mr3l lot CARD. MADAME MUSE BEGS TO INFORM THE PRINCIPALS of schools and the public generally of Los Angeles that she will take pupils for in struction on the Piano and Organ. For par ticulars apply at Mr. Lewis Lewin's Book store. mr3o tf TURN-VEREIN HALL. MONDAY, APRIL O, — AND — WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7 m adalkTe Arabella Goddard Begs leave to announce that she will give two GRAND CONCERTS IN LOS ANGELES, When she will be assisted by Slgnora Fran zini, Slgnor Marra. Prof. A. H. HAVELL. accompany Ist. Box Plan will open on Friday, April 2d, at L. Lewin's Bookstore, where seats can be re served. Price of Admission - - fI.OO Reserved Seats 50 cents Extra. Doors open at 7:30; Concert to commence at 8 P. M. mrSft td TURNER HALL. GRAND COMPLIMENTARY O O IV O E It, T ! Tendered to PROFS. SCHAD AND FISCHER, Thursday Even'g April Ist. THE BEST ARTISTS OF THE CITY have kindly volunteered to assist, and no pains have been spared to make this the most brll llant Concert of the season. ADMISSION, - - - $1 OO Reserved seats, without extra charge, at Lewin's Bookstore. Tickets to be had at Patrick's, 60 Spring St., C. F. Heinzeman 'a Drug Store, and Lewin's Bookstore. The Organ and Decker Piano used at the Concert has been kindly furnished by Mr Patrick. mrUO td NEW TO-DAY. SPRING CITY of PARIS, 53 and 55 MAIN STREET, Loh AnjyreJU's, Gal, GRAND OPENING OF SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS A.ND CLOTHING, ON Monday, March 29th, 187 5. We call the attention of our patrons and the public in gene ral to our large stock of SPRING GOODS which is the most complete and cheapest ever brought to this city. EUGENE MEYER & CO., Proprietors. ■11l in DRY GOODS. GREAT INDUCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC! Prices Reduced fully 20 per Cent JOSEPH COHN, Mo. :t Arcadia Block, Los A iiyi lea Si i,.ft. Is now receiving the Choicest and Largest As sortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS. Etc., that has ever been exhibited in thlsclty, and he now means business. He is deter mined to be undersold by no one, and he de nes competition. Having superior facilities in purchasing goods, those who favor me with their patronage will reap the benefit. I have decided to sell my goods at San Francisco Prices, And respectfully invite the public to call and examine my stock and prices before purchas ing elsewhere. Courteous and attentive clerks will always be in readiness to wait on custom ers, and will take great pleasure in showing goods. ft*" Goods delivered free of charge to any part of the city. "a* Remember the place: Mo. 3 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St.. mm 2m JOSEPH COHN. NEW DEPARTURE! DRY GOODS! NORTON BROS., Cor. Arcadia and I.on Augeles Sts., (Arcadia Block.) WE would respectfully inform the public that the two stores owned by S, NORTON and M. NORTON, have been consolidated, and the business will be continued at the corner of Los Angeles and Arcadia streets. We now have on hand, and are constantly receiving the largest and finest assortment of DRY OOOI>S f CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Cents' Furnishing Goods, Ktc,, Ktc. Ever brought to this city, which we propose to sell even Cheaper than ever before. Call and examine our Stock. S. NORTON. M, NORTON. mrlltf W A. T €3 H E S AND JEWELRY! NEW STOREijEW GOODS!! No Old Styles — Everything New and Fine. The subscriber hasjust opened at IVo. a Spi-iug? street, A very desirable stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Including every article found in a First-Class Jewelry Store. I make a specialty of repairing in all its branches. Doing First-Clat*s Work in n manner excelled by none in the State. Coffin Plates, Spoons Etc., Neatly Engraved, Give me a trial and be convinced T. W. STACKPOLE. mrl3tf REMOVAL NOTICE. DUNBMOOR BROS., PROPRIETORS OF THE DOLLAR STORE, WISH TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS, patrons and tbe public In general that they have moved into the NEW POSTOFFICE BUILDING, ON SPRING STREET, Where they have a fine stock of goods, SECOND TO NONE In Los Angeles. Having plenty of room they have enlarged their stock In all the different departments, and will offer extra inducements to customers. They take pleasure in showing goods at any time, whether parties desire to purchase or not. REMEMBER THE PLACE: DOLLAR STORE, In Postoffice Building, Spring Street, Opposite Court-House. mrlB tf .A. O J£l lEt I> . HAVING PURCHASED FROM DR. F. P. Howard the Drug Store known as APOTHECARIES' HALL, Formerly owned by me, I shnil within a few days offer to the public the most carefully se lected and best stock of Drugr, Medicines. Perfumery, Ktc. Ever brought to this market. By very close attention to business and fair dealing, I hope to receive again »sha*e of the public patron age. THEO. WOLLWEBER. tur3o lw MISCELLANEOUS. SRAND OPENING OF THE O 11 X A- T Wholesale and Retail DRY GOODS STORE OF Central and Southern California ON - EASTER SATURDAY, The »?th In»t., AT No. 18 Los Angeles St., WEST OF COMMERCIAL ST. — — ■■ ■*» ■ - - - mm DILLON & KENEALY Will on that day display the LARGEST. AND MOST ELEGANT STOCK OF Staple and - ancy DRY GOODS Ever shown in this part of the country, at unprccedentedly low prices. These magnifi cent goods were purchased for cash in the best markets in the world. The proprietors will therefore be enabled to offer to the people of Los Angeles and surrounding country Induce ments never seen before. This stock is replete witli the latest and choicest novelties of the season. Gents' Furnishing Goods a SPECIALTY. aar TERMS CASH and STRICTLY ONK PRICE -c*. Dillon & Kenealy, No. 18 Los Angeles St. mrll Don't go to a Grocery Store to buy Li quors, or to a Liquor Store to buy Bacon. LIPS, CRAIGUE & CO., Importers and dealers in Foreign and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAES, No. 2 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles St., LOS ANGELES, CAL. LIPS, CRAICUE A CO.. Take pleasure In announcing that they have established in the City of Los Angeles, tbe most extensive and complete LIQUOR, WINE, AND CIGAR HOUSE In California, outside of San Francisco, ana are prepared to offer to Retail dealer*, bar gains which cannot be equalled. Champagnes, Brandies, Whiskeys, Cigars. And all kinds of CASE GOODS appertaining to the business, of Ihe best de scription and most favorite brands, will be re celved by each steamer. REMEMBER THAT LIPS, CRAICUE A CO., Can and will give you better bargains than you can obtain In San Francisco. Come and examine our stock, ascertain the prices and become satisfied. feblB-6m TO BUILDERS. SEALED PROPOKALH WILL BE RE celved at the office ofthe undersigned fo the several works required in the erection o a two story brick building consisting of tw stores, wilh dwelling house above, forManue R> quena, Esq., on Los Augeles street. Bids will be received up to lj o'clock of the 31st Inst.. endorsed ''Proposals for brick stores nnd dwelling house." The lowest nor any bid not necessarily accepted. The successful bidder will be required lo furnish bonds In the full amount of Ms aid lor the faithful dis charge of his contract, and each bid will have to be accompanied by a bond for $200. to be forfeited In the event ofthe contract not be ing taken up, if awarded to the bidder. Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of E. J. WEHTON. Architect, mr2o-td Room 61, Temple Block.