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Advertisements will be Inserted lv
Mils Department nt five Cents per
WANTED.Situation as book-keeper, In
terpreter or hotel clerk by a man who
spenks English, Spanish, French and Ger
man. Address C. L., this office. JanO-lt*
\A7 ANTED.—Situation ns housekeeper or
WW for chamber work by an Industrious
lady. Address C. L., this office. Jans-lt»
\A7 ANTED.-To borrow, $500 to $1,000, six
• V to twelve months time, at a fair Inter
est. Mortgage security on first-class farm.
Address Harrison, Hernld office. .Inn I it
\A/ANTED. -A House with seven or nine
»W rooms, CHAS. V. HALL* Co.,
ual'lw No. 1 Temple St.
\A7 ANTED.-To Invest SUV) in a good busl
» V hi ss, by cine familiar with office work.
daifrtt Hernld office.
WANTED. An experienced man to take
charge of a bee ranch. Must come well
recommended. Apply to Mr. Lamb,at the
St. Charles Hotel. jnnt tt
WANTED.- To Kent. A convenient
dwell log house of six or eight rooms,
in a central location. Bronk A Mitchell,
Commercial Bank building. dec.'lo-tf
WANTED.- A situation as groom nnd
conchman and make himself useful
about a parden, or to take charge of v ranch.
An old country man of good experience. Ad
dress XX. He raid office. dec3o-3 I
WANTED.— Man to drive Job Wngon.
Must in. well acquainted In and with
the city, and well recommended. Apply at
41 Spring street, between 12 nnd 1 o'clock P.
M. dec29-:lt '
WANTED.— A situation by a first-class
cook. Apply to the Bureau of Infor
mation, CHAS.V. If ALL A Co., No. 1 Temple
WANTED.— B«om and board for a lady
and child, three years o,' age, in a pri
vate family. Address, i. Lamar, Los Angeles
P. O. dec29-3t
ROOMS AND BOARD.—The best fam
ily room in Col. Peel's house is now va
cant. It is well furnished. Also single rooms.
BOARD With or without Booms, at
J. (i. WBIGHT'S,
Brooks' New KOTT, Main St., between 2d and
3d. decll lm.
WANTED.— Smokers to know that they
can get better Cigars for the money at
ihe Express Cigar stand than at any other
place In tlie city. Next door to Wells, Kargo
A Co.'s Kxpress. oug2otf
WANTED TO HIRE.-Bnnge for 3,500
bend of sheep for the ensuing season.
Inquire or CHABLER J. ELLIS,
novistf 3 Downey Block.
A HOUSE MOVER can geta contract
by a/plying to 11. M. JOHNSTON,
d 22 Al Barbee A Gates' office.
FOR SALE-FOR RENT.
DOOMS TO LET—Furnished or unfur
ls. Dished] In the house of nu English lady.
First-class boose and newly furnished. THE
MANSU IN, Beaudry Terrace. dee! 7
FOR SALE.—A Good Paying business,
consisting of Clears, Tobacco, Cutlery,
Stationery nnd Yankee Notions. For pur
ticulurs enquire of C. C. LIPS,
No. 2 Arcadia Block, Los Angeles.
SHEEP FOR SALE.-1.000 three year
old good grade Spanish Merino ewes for
sale, served With thoroughbred Spanish Me
rino Items. Commence lambing the Ist of
February. For particulars apply at the Farm
ers nnd Merchants Bank, ot to
dec9*lm Domlnguez Ranch.
SHEEP FOR SALE.-Roo CotswoTd
ewes. Will lambearlv. Apnlv to
Four miles Northwest of Lvors' Station.
FOR SALE.—A Good Dwelling House of
live rooms on Main street, with lot con
taining space for another building. $4,000.
BBONK <X MITCHELL.
dStf Rooms 6 and 7 Commercial Bank.
D OOMS AND BOARD.-Three gentle
n nien and their wives can be accommo
dated with single or Ritlts of rooms nnd board,
corner Fort nnd Franklin streets, one block
from Court House. Inquire nt 78 Main St.
GRAND OPORTUNITY.-Orchard of
:1.000 trees, ineludlmr 1,000 orange trees iv
bearing. Property contains over 40 acres,
BRONX A MITCHELL,
novittf Boom (t. Commercial Bank.
FOR SALE.—An Ornnge Orchard of 10' ;l
acres in t he city on tlie West side of Maiti
street, containing also a variety of fruit trees,
Walnut, Italian Chestnut, ami Vines of the
best vnrietles nil kinds In heaving. Terms
easy. Applo to W. H. MACE,
dccl lm 17 Court street.
FIRST CLASS BOARD & ROOMS.
—Hulls, and large single rooms, with sun
ny exposure, at tlie KIMBALL MANSION,
New Hlgli'street. The house is elaborately
furnished, contains all medern improve
ments, and commands a charming view of
mountain and valley, novOtf
FOR BALE.— City lots In an eligible lo
cality. Also, forsaleor rent, good fruit
und farming land in Orange, on tlie Santa
Ana rancho. Water In abundance. Apply
to 11. S. OHMK,
nov2Btf 74 Main street.
TILLABLE LANDS TO LEASE.-In
and near this city, on shares or otherwise.
GLASSELL, CHAPMAN A SMITHS.
-T~ O LET—Furnished liooms (single) With
I board, within ten minutes walk ofthe
Court House. Address K. M.
uovlO This Qftice.
FOR choice Orange lands at San Gabriel,
apply to O. P. EBGENBUIGHT, San
Gabriel Mission. F,eptlB-tf
Fcr Sale—A Great Bargain.
A well furnished house and lot situated In
the best location in this city. Spring Street
Cars pass the door. For particulars, apply at
this Olfifte, Or address P.0.80x 353, Los An
geles oct 29! r
If you would feel In good health nnd fit for
business, drink pure Wines, which yon can
get nt M. Keller's,Alameda street, near Aliso.
Goods delivered to all parts of the city free.
IN LOS ANGKLKS
NearO. W. Childs" Charming Home
In liio Celebrnted
Morris Vineyard Tract.
All tho Lots Are Level,
REQUIRE NO GRADING.
FOR S -A. J_i E
— at —
jk. U C T I O N
JONES & NOYES,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 11th, 1876,
A.t lO o'clock -A. M.
mer parlies desiring to purchase ut Private
Sale will apply to
WILEY & BERRY,
d2Vd aw Main Street.
WEDNESDAY JAN. 6, 1870.
San Francisco Jan, 1
Greenbacks—Buying,B7!*; selling, 88.
Tlio 38*s met Inst night,
Prot. Arrevalo ami party have returned.
Kale ofthe Eberle nursery trees tomorow.
Fifty Chinamen for the Tunnel will nnlve
on the Orl/.aba.
The funeral of tlie lute John Beerafl takes
At the last base ball match a picked nine
heat the Silver Stars.
An attempt was made In rob the Aliso store
The session ofthe Los Niclns Institute will
be resumed to-day.
Chauncey B. Ilnyes, of San Diego, Is in the
The Chinese are preparing for their i<w
A new residence of fine external appear
ance Is being erected on Twelfth street.
l'omona Orange, of Los Angeles county
meets at Compton on the7th lust,, at 10 a. m.
Merrill Lodge of Good Templars have com
menced to grade their lot at the Northwest
corner of Temple and Fort streets.
Truing on the Sun Fernando blanch ofthe
Southern Pacific Railway run to the Tunnel
The sewer on Main street, near Commer
cial, bMfallen In, nnd workmen were busy
yesterday repairlfig it.
Don Mateo Keller leaves soon for Philadel
phia to open his Centennial California wine
Considerable spurious silver Is ln circula
tion, and we recommend our readers to be
Messrs. Kdw nrds A Hod'will soon re-npen
the Capitol dry goods store, next to the Hkk-
Ai.noflice, We hope to see them do well.
An article on the crowded stato of our
schools is unavoidably laid over until to.
A fine specimen of silver ore from Inyo
county is on exhibition at the Lafayette Ho
A neat barber shop is nbout to be opened in
a room off the Symposium saloon, next tho
There will be a sociable iv tlie new Fort
street M. K. Church this evening. Refresh
ments Will he served, and a general invita
tion is extended.
Tlie boys of the receiving freight office have
got a large looking glass In which to view
thoir pretty selves. No reflection to tho gen
tlemen Is Intended.
Mr. Felix, nt the Symposium, keeps the
best imported and domestic liquors and gen
uine Havana cigars. His establishment,
next the Pico, Is first-class in everything.
Next .Saturday, says the Anaheim Gazette,
will be a gala day with the Westminster peo
ple. The fourth anniversary of the founda
tion of tho colony will be celebrated by a
grand dinner, speeches, etc.
Professors Arovalo and Falkenau have re
turned from their concert tour nnd resumed
their classes in singing, piano, gullar nnd
Spanish. They will be found at their old
At a regular meeting of Nietos Lodge, No.
197,1. O. 0. V' t held last Thursday evening, at
Lot Nietos, the following officers wore duly
elected: N. G., P. G. McGaugh; V. G., W. F.
Cooper; It, S., C. C. Holcomb; T., A. 8. Gray.
The sale of tho Washington Garden Tract
lots will take place on thegrounds to-monow
and Friday. Messrs. Starbuck & Butler.Com
mercial Bunk building,in the meantime, will
give all information to intending purchasers,,
Among the shipments yesterday were 166
sacks of corn and 30 sacks of bailey from H.
NewmnrkA Co.; 40 sacks of barley from Itell
man, Haas & Co.; IS sacks of meal from Ali
so Mills; 11 boxes of oranges from J. Breao
vich, nnd an immense amount of way freight.
The Murphy Brothers, who conducted the
Lafayette hotel saloon for a time, have gone
to San Francisco, and the place is nowran by
the proprietors of the hotel. We sawGafson
ln charge lust night, and he showed up to
perfection as a scientific manipulator of
Last night about 0:30 o'clock Messrs. Crock
er, Brown and Gray, well known Pacific Rail
road magnates, arrived in the elty by special
train from Sun Fernando ami put up at tho
Pico House. Our people are glud to welcome
these gentlemen and hope they will enjoy
At a special meeting held last evening the
Sallowingofncersof Pentalpha Lodge No. 202,
F. and A. M., were installed for the ensuing
Masonicjyenr: W. W.Robinson, W. M.; J. M.
Basset!, S. W.; J. H. Lucas, J. W.;F. Lecou
vreur, Trcas.; H. Hiller, Scc'y; J. Cuzner, S.
D.; B. L. Peel, J. D.jO. Stephenson, Tyler.
At a meeting of South Star Degree Lodge,
No. 7,1. O O. F., the following officers were
Installed: A. W. Hut ton, N. U.; I, C. Glrard,
V. G.; W. A. Spalding, R. S.; A.J.Hamilton,
Trees.; Horace Burdiek, Ist Assistant N. G.;
J. R. Summers, 2d Assistant N. G.; A. G. la
ber, Conductor; J. V. Burkhart.O. G.; J. L iv
enthal, Ist Assistant V. G.
The Downey Courier gives the exports of its
town for lust weok ns follows: Eighty-seven
sacks rye, weighing 10,971 pounds; 40 sacks of
meal weighing 4, (ISO pounds; 102 sacks torn
weighing 19,003 pounds; 326 sucks ofbirley,
weighing32,loo pounds: 29 pacUagesuierchan
dlse weighing 3,020 pounds' Total, 09,800
pounds, und 00,300 feet of lumber.
We find the Hollowing In tho Ban Francisco
CWf Of the 97th: "Alfred Robinson, Trustee,
has brought suit in the Nineteenth District
Court against Robert Cummins and others,
to recover possession of certain lands In the
counties of Los Angeles and San Bernardino,
n consequence of the non-payment of the
promlsory notes given for consideration."
Mr. L. E. Page, of tlie well known firm of
Page A Gravel, left this morning for Sun Fran
cisco, where he intends to lay in a new stock
of material suitable for first class buggies,
carriages and wagons. Messrs. Page A Gravel
nre the best mechanics In this countiy, and
among the promptest business men. Their
work has given them nn enviable reputatlou,
nnd we are convinced they will always main
During this month of January Sam Pragor
lifters to the public ox!raordln l, ry bargains
iv the following line cf goods, comprising
gents' and boys' ready-ronde clothing, under
wear, white and colored shirts, satchels, va
lises, hats nnd cups; also a fine stock of la
dles dress goods, fancy goods, hosiery, kid
gloves, laces, and a large assortment of fancy
goods. It is to the advantage of the public to
call and examine his goods before purchasing
elsewhere, us his prices are witliln the reach
The Grand Central Hotel nnd Restaurant
under Mr. Fisher's management is n great
success. The enlarged.Hotel is renlly metro
politan In its proportions, and is the neatest
nnd most genteel Restaurant in tho city. We
notice that it is becoming quite an evening
resort for ladles and gentlemen who desire an
elegant oyster supper or late dinner. Such a
place has long been needed and we can heuiil
ily recommend the Grand Central as a home
like Hotel and a fashionable Restaurant and
The Board of Education.
The Hoard of Education met last evening,
President James in the chair. Present a full
Board, Dr. Lucky, Superintendent, also pres
Messrs. Liclitenberger and Kuhrts, mem
bers of the City Council, were present In re
gard to I he special levy for school purposes.
Action was deferred until after the next
mils ot Parry, Woodworth A Co., SO,
Bones tee! A Co., $7 00, Sewing Ma
chine Exchange, $2 M; County Recorder,
S3 BS;California Pott, S4, and 1. Frye, 577, were
Tlie bill Of Yntnell, Caystllc A Brown,
|18SO, wai referred to Superintendent Lucky.
The bill of Gilbert A Moore, balance due on
furniture, |62865, was audited.
Stack pole Bro's bill for repulilng clocks,
$!• 00, was allowed.
A report from the City Treasurer was pre
sented and the Finance Committee was ln
rtructed to examine the account.
A communication was read from Mrs. F. A.
Pat her. stating thai her contrnct with tho
School Hoard would not expire until the end
of the school year, and that she was ready to
comply with her part of the contract.
Mis.' Parker was allowed to address the
Board, Which She did from a written paper,
i calling the taw and stating that two teachers
ofthe Spring street school were allowed in
accordance with tlie law. She stated her
grievances, and the promises made to her by
Dr. Lucky and others, she says that she was
teaching a double number of scholars,and
that she acted ns Janitor nnd washed her
own towels, she said that she had presented
her petition to Messrs. Barrows, Widney and
Kremer, but l hey had not plnceu It before the
Board. When she did present her case she
was abruptly dismissed.
Dr. Kurts asked Dr. Lucky to make a state
Mr. James said no such application as Mrs.
Parker mentioned was presented to the
Dr. Lucky said lie notified Mrs. Parker of
her election and the salary of SBO. It was a
hard school und be repeatedly applied to
have her salary raised but the Board refused.
.Mrs. Parker desired to have 8100 a month
and late last, year the Board allowed her (5
additional per month for five months. It wws
expected that nn additional teacher would
be required and she would be principal, but
new Schools took so many of her scholars
that her number was largely reduced. Mrs.
Parker taught a primary School, and tlie
Board hud decided that the law did notnpply
to these schools.
President James said he believed the law
did apply to these schools.
Mr. HuberSaid that question had better be
Supt. Lucky said he thought tlie law would
tit* repealed which caused this confusion.
Dr. Kurtz said so far as lie knew no teacher
was engaged for B your, but at tlie pleasure of
the BotTrd. If she was engaged for a year she
must have a special contract.
Dr. Lucky made a statement as to' the
crowded condition of the schools.
Mr. Jackson thought we must act econom
ically and build school houses in the future.
Mr.Long said we must stop raising children
or Increase our school facilities, we must
have greater school accommodations or drive
Dr. Lucky made a statement that no sink
ing fund hud ever been levied to pny tho
bonds Issued for the building of the Higli
School, though the law provided that fifteen
cents tax on tlie hundred dollars should be
Dr. Lucky stated that 138,000 bonds would
build fourteen rooms, and that if the rooms
were ready there arc school children now ex
cluded sufficient to fill them,
Mr. Long stated that he had not found the
first Iran, woman or child who objected to
building new school houses.
Mr. Huber coincided with these views. He
did not bellevo In overtaxing teachers or
crowding children Into small rooms.
Dr. Lucky stated that In a day or two the
school rooms on the hill would be crowded
and he would have to turn children away.
On motion the Board adjourned, subject to
the call ofthe President.
The Novelty TheatreStUl retains Its popu
larity and Mr. Benjamin is winning golden
opinions ns a sutcesslul manager. Last night
tho house was crowded withn selectnudlenee
and the applause wm frequent. To night an
entire new programme will he presented.
The following elected nnd appointed Chiefs
were raised up by Shominac Tribe, No. £0.
Improved Order of Red Men, at the sleep oi
their Council laHt evening: O. W. Pnrker,
Suehom; A. W. Potts, ScniorSaganiore; J. R.
Brierly, Junior Sagamore; C. 11. Dunsnioor,
Keeper of Wampum (re-elected); F. B. Fan
ning, Chief of Records; L. M. Holt, Prophet;
J. 11. lllanchard and T. J. Cnystile, Saunaps;
i, W. Marshall, F. A. Gibson, R. H. Ling, A.
A. White. Warriors; W. W. Sands, G. N.
Lock wood, G. E. Card, C. F. Holman, Braves;
J. C. Suulsbury, J. H. Baker, Pow-wows; J.
D. Branch, Guard ofWlgwan; m. l. Oilman,
Guard of Forest.
The Orizaba which sailed from
San Francisco at!) o'clock yesterday
morning) carries the following list
of passengers for Los Angeles :
.Tno A Strand, Mrs Neumann, Miss E
Rowell, Mrs Emery, Mrs Unnhue, O
B Carter, O II Simpkins and family,
S J May anil family, .1 I) Royer and
wife, J A Dryer, E I) Perry, Miss Co
mlllo, D W Buck, wife aud child, Mrs
Ruck, Mr Ruck, J R Tompkins, E D
Coye, E C Meraudle, Miss Perkins and
two ladies, P Duber and wife, F R
Hind and boy, Mr Hartshorn, W W
Benton, L B Richardson, Mrs White
house and boy, H Whitehouse, F Por
tus and A Danikin, R B Dryer, J C
Mead, F L Chapman, C VV Isewell, H
Cordier and wife, Mr Etnile, W H
Dunbar, J W Whitlotch, J Wool
bridge, D M Henderson, Jas Ford, F
Flag, R Garvis, H Marcus, W J Moore,
R M Ellis, H A Rosenbaum, SRCan
rie, S Frazier, G W Lincoln, BGrosse
and wife, O Jorden, J N Hodgen, Miss
O'Hodge, J A Hinkley, H J Scolen
ger and wife, F Graniss, J Hanscomb,
A Smith, W W Woodbury, J S Mur
Passengers for San Francisco.
Tlie following passengers left Han
Pedro and Santa Monica yesterday for
San Francisco per steamer Senator:
AJ Furry, J C Gorhain and wife,
Miss A McDaniel, 0 T Longstreet, Q
Hamilton, M O Shea, E Niehaus, H
Miller, Miss N J Chapman, L E Page,
M Funsworth and wife, J Duckworth,
Mrs McDaniel, Miss Nettie Stewart,
A Guy Smith and wife, .1 Kemp, A
For San Luis Obispo: H G Lewis.
For Santa Barbara: W E Gre*n
well, W H Steams.
For San Bueuaventure: J Hoag.
He looked like a Prince, or a retired
Major General, as he stepped out of
the Bazaar, corner of Main and Re
quena streets, opposite the U. 8. Ho
tel, with a new black beaver suit,
which he had just paid $18 for, and as
he walked down .Main street the eye
of envy was on him, and numerous
wore the inquiries of where he had
that splendid fitting suit made; and
astonishment was depicted on every
countenance as he answered that it
came from tlie Bazaar, and he had
only paid $18 for it. There are a few
more ltft, so hurry up and get one be
fore they are all gone. decll-lm
D. A. Williams has sold his interest in the
Cottage Photograph Gallery to Mr. J. C.
Tucker. The business will bo conducted as
usual at the old stand, near the corner of
First und Spring streets. All work done at
this place is of the latest style and superior
finish. All bills due the old Arm will be paid
to the new firm. Janl-lw
Mr. K. Parker, at tlie Photograph Parlors
Downey Block, takes pleasure in announcing
that Mr. D. P. Klnndtirs Is now connected
with the (iullery, and Hint this tact Is suffi
cient guarantee that In the future, as lv the
past, nothing but first-class work will be
made. Cards, $3 per dozen; cabinets, SO per
Charles V. Mai) A t'K- have money to loan
on approved security In sums of $300 to f25,
--000. Special attention given to negotiations
of loans. Stocks and bonds of all kinds
bought and sold on commission. d2B lm.
Photograph ulDtimsnt reduced rules to make
room for v new stock. Blank books at
District Conrt-SF.i't i.vEDA. J.
Tuesday, January 1.
Griffith it Lynch vs. Harper.-Judgment for
plaintiff. , .
Tierce vs. Stout.—Demurrer overruled.
On motion of C. N. Wilson, Esq., and the
production of tils license from the Supreme
Court Of New York, M. B. B ijce, Esq., was
ordered to be udmltted to practice in this
court. _.j . ,
Cadierque vs. Apablasa —Findings died and
Judgment for delendant, with twenty days'
Ferguson A Metzker vs. L. A. Water Co.—
Judgment died for plaintiff.
Drowner vs. Gnliardo.-Plaintiff asks for a
jury. Venire for twenty Jurymen ordered,
returnable Jan. 6th at 10 A. M.
County Cenirt—O'MELVENEY, J.
Tuesday, January 4.
Marshall, Gould A Blanchurd vs. Douglass.
— A motion to dismiss the appeal wasdenled.
Case set far hearing February lst.at 10 o'clock
People vs. Reyes and People vs.Newman.—
Passed till Monday, ut 10 a. St.
Probate Conrl— O'M ei.veny, J.
Tuesday, January 1.
In the matter of the estate of Plttman.—
Ordered that petition to sell real estute hedis
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Deeds filed for record for the 48 hours
ending January." 4, 1876, as reported for the
Hekai.d by Judson, Gilletto A Smith, Ex
aminers of Title, No. 39 Spring street, Los
Wm. F.Wise to M. S. Barker.-Lot D, block
22, Santa Monica; 8350.
Contract and Finance Company to Charles
Crocker.—Right of way of Anaheim Branch
A. Weisenbach to Fanny Hunch. — Lot 12,
block 102, Bellevue Terrace; 8725.
M. 0. Desnoyers to F. U'Toole et al. -Lot 25,
block A, Desnoyers' truct; 8450.
It. Oi McPherson to San Francisco Petro
leum Company.—Certain oil claims in San
B. A. Lewis to Eben Hilton.—o.93acres near
Tustlh City; 8325.
Jacob Ross to Masons of Santa Ami.—239
feet square ln Village Cemetery.
J. P. Jones et al to L. W. Fish.—Lot U, blk
197, Sauta Monica; SliJO.
U.M.Jounston etal to R. Bi!ls.-Lots 10 and
11, block 7, East Los Angeles; 8150.
M. C. Desnoyers to F. Frldraau.—Lot 7, blk
C, Desnoyers' tract; 8175.
J. G. Nichols to Maigaret Hughes.—Tract
8.91 chains by 12.48 chains on South side of
Ward street: 83,000.
Same to W. S. Moore. —Truct a tilde larger
than the foregoing, on jji venth, Orange and
Ward streets; 87,0(0.
W.J. Williams et al to J. Sin thy nan.—
Two tracts, 26.28 acres ueut Santu Ann; 8137.
Thomas uutes to sarah Tuwn.y.-lid 12,
block X, Mount Plea Sunt tract, Eii-t ot the
river; 83 1 0
J. Lv// rovleh and wife to E. W. Noyes.—
Lot 16iii ..bovc block and tract; 8105.
G. Rogers „,i I *itu lo D. E Smith and wife.
— Lot Hi -. 0 i c: in Campion; $»00.
GRAND CENTRAL.—E. E. Fisher, Proprl'r.
L Locke, Boston D Jackson, S PRR
W Coulton, Darwin T Chlpley, S F
II Watts, h I asqua.l
Pico house-s-.,ales a Cuyas, Proprietors.
MSPatiio :,s Dgo a.i Hutchinson
ST. CHARLES-Salurl A Whitney, I'roprV.
E Pullen, Anhm I, Phillips, Spadra
P Davis, do E J Kewen
F Oilman, S F J Till loch, Boston
J Stanlon, do H Evans, Cnllente
D Turner, do II McManus
S Phillips, S L O F Escamlllu
San Francisco Markets.
San Fkancisco, Dec. 4.
Fl.oru—Wo quote superfine at $4 25 to 35;
shipping extras, 85 25 to |S 75, and choice ex
tras In Jobbing lots, 85 75 to £6 25.
WHEAT-Milling,Bl 95; shipping 81 00.
Baki.ev-Bay brewing for the East, $1 32>.J;
good coast, $1 17%.
Oats—Bl 80 to 8215.
Potatoes—Range for Petal limit und Tomn
les is 81 20 to 81 35; Inferior grades sell down;
Onions—Fair to choice Buy, 90c to 95c.
CoRN--New,Bl 05 to 81 10; old $1 17% lo 81 20.
Rye—Quotable at 81 50 to 81 50.
Cohn Meal—Feed, 82* to 830 per ton; tabic,
2% to 3c per pound from mills.
Beans—Market Is heavy stocked. Pea,
81 90; small white, 81 75 to 81 80: small butter,
8180 to 82 00; limit, 82 37% to8^50; buy,8202%
to 82 65; large butter, 82 25; pink and red, 81 90.
BuTTEit—Fresh roll 30c to 37%e; firkin, 27%
to Wii Eastern, 20c to 30c.
Cheese— California, 14% cto 17c; Eastern,
10c to 20e.
Bkkswax—Choice brings 30c.
Honey—We quote choice white In frames
at 18c to 22% c; No 2, 12%e lo 15c; dark, 10c;
cases of 1 doz pulls, $4 25.
BY ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TH.Ki.lt A I'll LINK.
[Special Di-ipatch to the Hn-ald.]
San Fkanoisco, January 4.
SAN FKANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE HOARD
Ophlr 02 @63 Belcher 34 @35
Mexican 2V-/if§ 22 1 /. Bullion 58 @57
Gould A C... 21-%@ 21% Alpha 25 @ 23%
Best A 8e1... 61 @ Confidence. 24 «t 25
Savage 22%@ 22% Con.Vn 428 (<»4;iU
Chollar 119 @116 California... 80 @ 82%
Hale A Nor. 58 (i< 57 SNev 22 ©23
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J. B. OWENS, M. D.,
ACUTE and chronle diseases of women
and children will receive special atten
OFFICE—With Dr. Franklin, No. 11 Spring
street. Residence— Grand Central hotel.
Of Los Angeles.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $300,000.
M. S. PATRICK President,
E. F. SI'ENCE Cashier.
M. S. Patrick, S. 11. Morr,
A. H. Wilcox, H, M ahi ky,
E. Boutqn, R. M. Town.
o. S. Withkrhy, Jno.U.Caphon.
This Bank Is prepared to receive deposits
on open account, issue Certificates of Deposit,
and transact a general Banking Business.
Collections made and proceeds remitted at
current rates of exchange. deel2
D. B. HOFFMAN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. - Office,
rooms 40 :tud 50, St. Charles notel, !,<>-
Angeles, Cal. JntGtf
10« MAIN STREET,
Opposite the Court House.
Hoard - rJfi, per week.
Mingle Meals 23 cln. except
Dinner nt 5 I. M. on Swiuhiv. PHee, so et*.
9 EVERGREEN TREES, 9
Bulbs, Plants and Seds.
WE beg leave to Inform our customers nnd
the public iv general that we liave tills
season the largest collection of Ornamental
Trees, Shrubs und Bulbs, Plant! nnd Seeds,'n
Southern California. Also a quantity of fresh
Blue Grass and Flower Seeds, Ac. We raise
most of our slock here and can sell cheaper
than others. Call at our place, Wilmington
street, near New Commercial, rear of White
House, and examine our stock be ore pur
Jan4-tf SCHAEFFER & STENGEL.
Special Notice to Ladies.
From 112 Thlril St. San Frauclaca,
Having arrived here on Saturday last wlthu
lot of his celebrated Rochester Steam made
Ladies ami C hildren's Underwear.
< orsetw. 10 rts per pair; Toilet
Sucks. Corset Covers.
Fancy Goods in Oeneral.
Infants* Kobes, a very handsome lot. Al
solurniiis* Skirts, which we will sell fora
few days at the
Old Methodist Church
on Fort street.
All these goods will be sold very cheap as
we nre leaving tlie city again inn'few duvs.
Cull nnd see us at the M. E. Church, on Fort
street. jnnl 4t
There will be another
O N '
Wednesday, January sth,
11 o'oloelc A. M.,
At which the entire remainder of tho stock
must be closed out. Sale nt tin; old stnnd.
Next Door to the Herald Office.
11. NEWBAUER, Prop'r.
Jani-2t JONES & NOYES, Auctioneers.
A Positive Sale of
On the Subdivision of the
WASHINGTON GARDEN TRACT
Will be made on the Grounds, on
Friday, January 7th 76,
ON THE PROPERTY,
At lO o'clock A, M.
These Dots nre the most beautiful In the
city, finely located, in one ofthe belt neigh
Convenient to Horse Ra'lroad.
And are Increasing ln value very rapidly.
ONE-FOI'RTH CASH. Balance in one
year, with Interest ut one per cent, per
«»• Ten per cent, discount for cash. 'STi
JONKS «% NOYES,
STARBI'CK A BI'TLER, Agents.
Commercial Bank Building.
"Straws" Show Which Way the
Purpose of increasing our already extensive
trade, and considering "quick sales and
small profits" us the
To success, we are prepared to offer lo our
patrons and the public generally the follow
ing scale of prices, viz :
Genuine Impchted Cioaks, 2 for S3 cents,
being the best in the city for the price; best
domestic cigars, 5 for 50 cents; very domestic
cigars, 3, 4, 5, 6or 7 for 25 cents, as to quality.
We will sell at proportionate prices import
ed cigarettes, a variety of domestic Cigarettes,
smoking and chewing tobacco, pipes, and all
other smokers' articles. In addition
This, we keep on hand and are in dully re
ceipt of a large lino of Walking Cnnes, Um
brellas, White and Cnevoit shirts, Under
wear, ties, scarfs, bows, handkerchiefs, col
lars, socks, gloves, jiockot culleiy, and all
other articles In the line of gentlemen's fur
Depending In a great measure on sipiare deal
ing, we only usk a trial to convince an appreci
ating ami discerning public of the correctness
Of our assertions. Special attention pnld to
tlie JOBBING TRADE, gnarnnteein*; San
Francisco prices, as we are SOLE AGENTS
for this and San Bernardino counties for a
large manufacturing establishment _ln San
NTKA ISA CO,
Successors to Ding man A Straus, SO MAIN
Si KEKT, sign oi tlie " Indian Queen "
Teaching Piano, and French and Eng
MRS. WILKINB, ut the Mansion, 24 and
25 Beaudry Terrace, will take pupils on
the Piano, and afternoon and evening classes
in the French and English languages. Terms
BARBEE & GATES,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
ROOMS and f>,
Over Commercial Bank,
Uniu street, ... la>i Angeles.
TEN ACRES OF LAND
With a great variety of trees and fine resi
dence In suburbs. Plenty of water.
For the Next 60 Days.
For 60 days, lots between Aliso and First
streets, from MOO to $350, on the installment
plan, at 10 per cent, of amount per month.
<lee7-tf BARBEE A UATES.
A Nice Residence
On Han Pedro street, well improved.
Au Elegant Cottage on Main street.
Fine Resilience on Spring street.
Thirty Building l ots between 10th and
Ten Acres corner Figueroa and Washing
Four I.ota on Temple street, near Fort.
Untitling; Lot* in all parts of the city.
In East Los Angeles, Pioneer Building Lot
Association, and Mount Pleasant.
F Lscot vuku" C. E. Titw
*• nu tired and Ai.. ye Acrea
Adjoining city limits, on east side of Los An
geles river $35 per acre.
Eighty Acres or.'Laud near Agricultural
Eighty Acres of Laud udjoiutng city lim
its, on road to Santa Monica.
Desirable Farms aud Stock Hunches
In all parts of county and In adjoining coun
Free Conveyance to all Parts
T. F, BARBEE,
T. W. STACKPOLE,
DEALER IN FINE
Watches and Clocks,
Silver and Plated Ware.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Consisting of ull tlie Novelties ofthe trade.
Splendid Holiday Presents
t'holce variety of
Of the very latest designs.
No. 3 1-2 SPRING STREET,
Opposite Temple Block.
DARRELL, LOTHIAN & CO,
JL- iimbor V ard,
PARK STATION, opposite Race Track.
Lumber of all Kinds,
Plaster, Hair, Etc.
Also, Manufacturers of
Dlan, Bash, Blind*, Moulding
gaj Cut and Turned Work
Of ull Descriptions.
A. & W. S. HERDMAN,
REAL ESTATE ARB <»r,!*KKAI. COM*
HAVE CITY AND OTHER PROPERTY
Cattle and Sheep Ranches.
Rooms and Houses to let.
Money to Loan ou good security.
OFFICE—79% Main street, Downey Block.
We offer a large stock of very flue plan's at
from $33 to $100 per 100. For catalogues of
these, us well as of AZALEAS, RHODODEN
DRONS and Evergreen Trees in great variety,
address K. B. PAgtSONS * CO.,
dec2B-lm Box 99, Flushing, N. Y.
The Copartnership heretofore existing be
tweed Isaac Rosenthal and Mrs. Schlesslnger,
under the Arm name of I. Rosenthal A Co., Is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. Mrs.
Schlesslnger will continue the business at
the old stand, and will pay ail debts against
said Arm, and all parties Indebted will pay to
said M. Schlessluxer their indebtedness.
Eos Angeles, Jan. 1,1876 lw
Christ inns and Hew Year*.—Go to M.
Keller's for your Wines and Brandies, floods
delivered to all parts of the city free. deff-tf
THE BEST HOTEL
SOI'TH OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Grand Central Hoiel,
36, 38 and 40 Main St.,
Los Anokt.es, Cai.. **
The Public are respectfully informed that
the House formerly known as the
Has been HEJUVENATED. A Large
Containing FIFTEEN TABLES, located on
the ground floor, and conducted on the Euro
pean plan, has been added.
The House will be open all
Tlie culinery department Is in charge of au
experienced Steward, and every attention
and courtesy nre guaranteed to guests.
From the Depot to this Hotel, and Telegraph
offices In tho building,
E. E. FISHER,
In L' ts to Suit,
Lake Vineyard Land and Water
are situated in the great natural Fruit Belt of
Eos Angeles county, and their peculiar fitness
for the growth of Semi-Tropical Fruits is at
tested by the long and very successful culti
vation of the Orange, Lemon, Lime, etc, on
the adjoining lands.
Of the lands of the Association adjoin the
prom sing settlement known as the
And 2,500 acres are on the San Gabriel valley
plains, lying West ofthe Mission of San Ga
briel and adjoining the famous IJtke Vine
ward Tract, the property of Hon. B. D. Will ■
son. The main-trunk line ofthe
S. P. R. R. COMPANY
Passes through them, and there is a depot
within one mile and a quarter.
s now conducted by pipes to the lands of tbe
sun ( iubriel Valley Tract, and ou the other
tract there is In process of construction a hy
drunt eementdlteh capable of carrying 13,000,
-600 gallons of water daily.
All ofthe water Is of the finest quality and
raises on the lands of the Association,
There are churches and schools at conveni
ent distances,and the climate is unaur
The lands now offered fox sale are the
finest ever plneed upon tho Los Augeleu
Title to Land and Water Per
References may be made to Messrs. B. I>.
Wilson or J. Deßarth Shorb at Lske Vineyar.i
who will take pleasure in showlhg the lands
to parties wishing to purehsse, or to Messrs.
P. Beaudry, F. P. F. Temple or F. M. Ross,
in Los Angeles City dec!7-tf