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DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS.
It. M. Widney, District Judge 17.» Judicial
District, composed of r<n* Angeles county.
Court meets in Februnry, May, August and
Ignaclo Hepulveda, t ounty Judge.
(Sinn commissioner,.], G Howard.
State Senator, B. D. Wilson.
Members of Assembly, Thus. D. M<>t t and
Sheriff, Wm. ft Rowland; Under Sheriff,
Albert D. Johnston; Deputy sheriff, J. In.
County Clerk, A. W. Potts; Deputies, C. \Y.
Gould anil S. 11. Mott.
District Attorney, C, E. Thorn; Assistant, E.
County Treasurer, Thomas E. Rowan.
Superintendent of Public Schools, Wllliuni
Public Administrator, George * 'arson,
County Surveyor, F t.eeouvreur.
Couuty Assessor, I). Botlller.
(Coroner, Joseph Kurt/..
County hoard of Supervisors—Chairman, H.
Eorsman; a. l. Bush, F. Palomarcs, s. n.
Mayor, J. R, Toberman.
Marshal, J. R. Wolfe.
Treasurer, George It. Butler,
Attorney, a. w. Ration.
Clerk, M. Kremer.
Surveyor, Willlaiii M.iore.
Health Officer, Dr. Wise.
Engineer, George <;, MeLaln,
school Trustees - it. d. Burrows, President;
George Smith, Wm. IT. Workman, Wm. Prid
bam. M. ICr. mer.
BOARD OF TRADE.
President s. Laauird.
Secretary- I. W. Lord.
Treasurer—s. 11. Caswell.
Directors Dr. J. 8. Griffin. C, C Lips, H. W.
Helimun, JS. Griffith, l». Beaudry,N. J. New
mark,.!, ii. DOW ley, R. M. Widney.
Regular, meetings, Tuesdays, at 7:30 P. M.
MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES.
Los Angeles Lodge No. 42—Meets tlrs; Mon
day in themontb, at 7:8! P. M.
Royul Arch Chapter, F. A. M„ No, 8B Second
Monday in each month, ut 7:80 P. M.
I'entalpha Lodge No. 302—Third Monday in
each month, at 7:.i1l P. M.
rhe Council- Fourth Monday In each month,
ut 7:30 P. M.
Council No. 11, R.\ A B.*. M.'.-Cielir de Leon
Com'der} No. 9. X. - . T.'.-Staled conclaves
third Thursday in each month, 7:ni p. M.
Angel lto Lodge No. 199—Mondays at 7::io P. M
Lis Angeles Lodge, No. ;!,'> Wednesdays, nt
7:!0 P. M.
Golden Rule Lodge No. 100 Fridays, Tlffl P.M
South Star Degree Lodge First und Third
Tuesdays, sl 7-H) P. M.
Orange Grove Encampmenl Second and
Fourth Tuesdays, at 7:30 P. M.
CHAMPIONS OF TIIK BBS CItOSS.
olive Encampment No. 84— Wednesdays, at
7:30 P. M.
coon tkmi'i. viis.
-Merrill Lodge No. 2!19- Saturdays, 7:30 P. M.
Los Angeles Social Club Thursdays, 1:30P.M
Eastern, san Francisco and Northern—Tele
graph Stage Line -Arrive at 8:00 P. M. I Close
al 19 M. Letters intended for registry must
bo presented before II A. M.
Co ist Line—Stations between San Fran oi SCO
and Los Angeles, via Santa Burbara—Ar
rive at lrt::t0 P. M.J closes at UtftO P. M.
Isati Diego Line—Sun Diego, Anaheim, Galla
tin, Oaplstrano, e'e—Arrives at -4:00 P. M.
closes at 7:(K) A. M.
Southern Arizona -Tucson, Yuma, Arizona
City, and Way Stations Tri-Weekly Ser
vice—Arrives Sanda\ , Wednesday und Fri
day at I P. M.; leave's Monday, Wednesday
anil Saturday; Mall closes at 7 A. M.
Northern Arizona Prescott, Wlckenberg and
Way Stations -Semi-Weekly- Arrives Mon
day and Thursday at s:iHi P. M : leaves Tues
day and Friday; mall closes al !i P. M.
Sau Bernardino and Way stations -San Ga
briel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives nt
5:00 P.,'M. j closes ut 11:30 P. M.
Wilmington and Way stations- Arrives at
2:30 P, M.. closes nt 8:80 A. M.
('erro Gordo, Lone Pine und llavilah- Arrives
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3:00 I.
M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday and Satm
duy; closes at Ii M.
Domestic and Foreign Money Order Office-
Open from S::m A. M. to 1:40 P. M., except on
Saturday, when office close* al 8:00 P. M.
i Mice Hours s;(r) A. M. to 7:110 P. M.
11. £ W. BENT, P. M.
WI.STKU AUItAXiiKMKM - L. A. 4 S. P. It. R.
il 00 A. M. 10 OO A. M.
2 15 P. M. 4 00 P. M.
The above to rule except on days of steam
ers'arrival nnd departure, when trnlns will
run to conned with steamers.
Telegraph Stage Line 8:00 ft M. 12:30 P. M.
Const Line Stages 0:00 P. M. 5:00 A. M.
Snn Bernardino Line 5:80 P. M. 1:80 A. St.
Sun Diego State Line duo p. m. 7:;« ia. m.
Following Is a list of Granges in Los Ale
Silver -Los Nietos—J. H. Burke, Master; E.
it. Wylle, Secretary.
Compton—A. Higble, Master; .I. A. Walker,
Xl Monte- tl. C. Gibbs, Master; J. 11. Gray,
Enterprise Los Angeles -T. c. Alexander,
Master; W. T. Henderson, Secy.
Eureka-Spadra P.O. Tonner, Master; Jos.
F.iirview- Anaheim Edward Evey, Muster;
j. D. Taylor, secretary.
Frultlnnd- Tuatiu city—a. B. Hayward, Mus
ter; E. P.. Nicols, secretary.
Los Angeles- T. A. Garey, Master; T. D. Han
Los Nietos B, It. Grandon, Master; J. E. Mar
New River - Los Nietos -R. B. Guthrie, Mas
t >r; D. S. Wnrdlow. secretary.
or inge - -Richland Thomas Brown, Master;
.1. W. Anderson, Secretary.
Asusn— M. W. Maxy, Muster; J. C. Preston,
Florence—H. Gibson, Master! Was. Porter,
Ml*- Every style of Painting und Glazing
done In the highest style of art, and at reason
able rates, by C. Raphael A Co.
MST All men ougiit to know that all kinds of
gentlemen's I 'lotnlng will be made wilh neat
ness nnd dispatch by a regular tailor. The
making aud trimming of Woolen Mill cloth
is a specialty at D. W. Fitzputrick's, corner of
Court and Spring streets. s
tky J. CohU keeps line Havana uud Domes
tic Cigars. No. iii Main street, Downey,s Block,
Thompson * Gerson's saloon.
KfT Los Angele« county, wherever known,
is acknowledged to be an earthly paradise.
Here we h iveperpelunl summer. Fruits ripen,
uud Bowers bloom the year round. But chief
among its many advantages is chenp living.
McDonald's Rostuurunl.ou Coinmereialstreet,
is the best. One trial of the nice Coffee, Tea,
Tenderloin Steak, Fresh Eggs and Ranch But
ter, proves that It is the best pluee lv town.
Single meals, 25 cents.
Jay Cooke would still huvc been solvent
had he held up bis head In Wall street, cov
ered with one of Desmond's Silk Mats, a man
who was rclused credit, lust week, ull over tlie
town, gut a note tor $1,1)00 endorsed by simply
investing his last piece in a Hat nt Desmond's.
Opposite the United States Hotel, in Ihe Tem
United States Hotel-William S.
Bailey, Boston, Mass.; L. F. Roscher
and wife, San Rernardino; W. S.
Johnson, Arizona; Marion Miller, Los
Pico House—Henry Buttle; James
Kipp, Sacramento; V. A. Moreland,
Wineliester, Ind.; Orrin Hampton,
Salem, Oregon; W. ilenly Clarke,
England; Jack Coehrau, San Fran
cisco; ('. R. Carlin, Ohio.
Bella Union Hotel—Dr. J. F. Ellis,
Anaheim; Edward F. Cahill, Ana
heim; A. L. Rublo; A. Maroon; Jas.
Peterson; John Moore; A. ('. Mar
shall, Clarke county; John Gale,
Clarke county; L. Halbastad, Ana
helm; A. J. More, Arizona; James
Stewart, Sen Bernardino; 10. Pol he
rn vi, Anaheim; J. iiang, San Gabriel;
Jose Garcia, Lonura Mexico.
Accorulng to the plan of the fttntthsohian In
stitute. Kept specially lor the Hkkald by
Hrodrlck 4 Co. Soturduy, October 15.
VA. M Ita' lIP. M. Tt- !*r\ V. fli»
Average, «; t.^
Several lights occurred yesterday
around tlie polls.
Attention is palled to the telegra
phic matter on the fourth page.
Mr. Thomas Temple entertained a
select party Of guests last evening.
Mr. Miller, ofthe marble works, bus
finished two elegant tomb-stones.
A largo body of men uro working on
the railroad between the "V" and the
live mile house.
A tine residence is in the course of
erection on San Pedro street, near tlte
corner of Washington.
Bell and Given, harness makers,
have turned out a fine set of harness
lor the Arizona trade.
Tlie new distillery commenced op
erations yesterday, and lias a capacity
for distilling 1,500 gallons daily.
Tlie track-layers started yesterday
afternoon for tbe Anaheim branch, to
begin tlte laying of the rails.
Tiie track-layers of the San Fernan
do road were transferred yesterday
morning to the San Bernardino branch.
Mr. Messmer lias T"> barrels of
Kentucky whisky, which he ob
tained iri return for Los Angeles na
An efficient tailor, of tlie Los Ange
les woolen mills store, has arrived
from San Francisco, and is ready to
give customers a gootl fit.
A Chinaman met with an accident
yesterday morning at tlie five-mile
house, through a cart tipping over and
falling on one of his feet.
There were two wagons sent to (Vrro
Gordo yesterday, witli goods consigned
to V. H. & Co.; also, two to San Ber
nardino and one to Spadra.
Bowmeller reports thai he has sent
much native wine to New York,
Which sells to great advantage. Cali
fornia wines are getting understood.
The Mohongo left San Francisco
yesterday morning, and w ill arrive at
San Pedro early to-morrow morning.
Captain Douglass is in command.
The proprietor of the City Omnibus
Line intends to run another 'bus to and
from the Fair, in connection witli the
Main and Washington street lines.
While switching cars yesterday af
ternoon the engine "San Pedro"
jumped the track at tlie east end of
the depot, but was replaced without
The steamer Senator has resumed
her old place on the San Simeon, San
Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara route,
and the Mohongo will discontinue her
calls at the Hint two named porta,
A gang of Celestials, working on the
new railroad, "bucked" yesterday,
because the foreman docked them for
a quarter of a day's labor. They are
at present laying by to recuperate (?).
A meeting of the stockholders of
the Los Angeles Petroleum Befitting
Company will be held tit the Secreta
ry's office on Thursday, October 16th,
at 4 p. M.. Business of importance
w ill be transacted.
A large tire broke out last night at
the Ballona, completely destroying
the stock and building of Mr. Grcene
baum. The loss Is unknown, but very
heavy. Mr. Greeiicbaum was insured
for 83,000. ij-
Yesterday, in this city, Ihe law re
uuirlng all electioneering to lie done
100 feet away from the polls was ut
terly disregarded. What use is a law
if disregarded? This law was made
for tlie benefit of all, and should be
regarded by all.
E. E. Hewett, Superintendent L. A.
& S. P. R. R. company employed ull
the forces at his command, to give the
Orizaba a large freight, and yesterday
morning accomplished the feat of
loading one of tlie largest lighters in
The Orizaba sailed up from San Pe
dro yesterday afternoon ut rive o'clock,
taking six hundred tons of cargo from
here. This relieves the freight pres
sure, and under existing arrangements
there will lie no undue accumulation
of freight at Wilmington.
The eating house for the workmen of
tlie new road consists of three cars,
forming a kitchen, dining-room, and
sleeping apartment. The sleeping-ear
contains 48 sleeping apartments, is 60
feet long and 12 feet high. Tlie other
two ears are of tlie same height and
The prospectus of a new evening pa
per appears in another column. The
proprielurs, who are a couple of first
class printers, arranged yesterday to
have it printed in this ofllce on tlie new
steam press. The title of tne new ven
ture will be The Evening Paragraph,
and its price ten cents a week.
Tlie Inter Ocean quotes the number
of newspapers in the United States at
5,088, with an aggregate circulation of
13,588,492. Tlie Hbbaxo Increase*,
the number to 5,087 und the circula
tion to 13.889,092. The Evening Para
graph will still further swell the list
when it appears.
Mr. Wolfenstein, of tlie Photograph
Gallery, has added to his stall* a lady
colorist of long experience in her spe
cial line. Her forte consists iv the del
icate coloring and manipulation of
small card photographs, while Miss
Wheeler still lias charge of the large
pictures. On the next steamer an op
erator will arrive from Xahl's gallery,
in San Francisco, who is specially en
gaged by Mr. Wolfensteiu on account
of bis peculiar skill. There is no doubt
that Los Angeles has the largest and
best appointed gallery south of San
Francisco. Witli Miss' Wheeler's ar
tistic talent to finish the large, lil'c-si/.e
portraits, the undivided attention of
Miss Fvans to the small likenesses.and
the assistance of another operator, Mr.
Wolfenstctn's capabilities for good
work are indeed unsurpassed.
A tioat Ntury.
Last Sunday, several gentlemen
started on horseback for the Arroyo
Seco. One of them carried a strange
burden in tiie shape of a full-grown
goat. The horse on which tlie goat was
strapped did not object to the burden
until the party was near its destina
tion. Then the uneasiness of the goal
communicated itself to the horse. The
horse shied, tbe goat fell, and the fall
broke the goat's back. Two ofthe party
being professional slaughterers, quick*
ly sacrificed the poor animal, and the
tenderest port ions of tlie goat furnished
material for a hearty meal. It is un
necessary to state that tlie gentleman
who carried tiie goat on his horse is by
profession a blacksmith. He capellas,
This sweet Tenor Singer is by birth
au Englishman. He visited Australia
in his travels, and there flrst gained
his great reputation. San Francisco
and eastern papers speak of him as an
elegant artist und au accomplished
gentleman. He will sing tlie SP up
pari tutV amor from "Flotow's Mar
tha," Balfes, "Come into the (Jar
den Maud and My Pr.dty .lane" at the
flrst concert on Friday evening, be
sides a duet with Madame Kishop
from the pen of our versatile old friend
"Steve Massett." uu
Tiie IttliillCH* Oi «<i !._>!•-< • u-lil.i:;.
Tne work of Crushing trrapes for
wine, now going on, is of great Inter*
est. A visit to tlie establishment of
Mttthcw Keller, two (laysago, found
some 25 men engaged in tiiis industry.
The grape-crusher is a large machine,
not unlike a threshing machine, and is
run by steam power. There were 10
Indians und about eight white men,
all working hard; -otne feeding, others
separating stalks, shovelling skins,
aud so on.
Tlio grapes go into the mouth of the
monster In v most unceremonious way,
Two men cannot carry the boxes up
fast enough to satisfy its enormous
craving for grapes, and it consumes,
with apparent satisfaction, a wagon
load of two tons in about 10 minutes.
Mr. Keller has asyet bought no grapes,
and was merely crushing the "Mission
Grapes," lrom his apper vineyard.
Last year the machine ran seven
weeks, and it would take the lightning
calculator several lives to find out tlie
amount of grapes that entered that
thirsty crusher's jaws during that time.
Monsieur Edward Rochclot has en
tire charge of the practical portion of
the busines, and the Herald is in
debted to his kind explanations for
this article. The head business man
under Mr. Keller, Is also the Secretary
of tlu- Turnverein, Mr. Murxscn, an
able and talented gentleman. No at
tempt to describe the process will be
made in these columns, but merely
matters of interest noted that attract
ed the attention of the reporter during
a hasty visit.
As tlie mass of skins, juice and stalks
comes rushing out headlong from tlie
opposite side of tlie crusher, it is met
by four men. Tw oof them shovel up
the skins anil allow the juice to flow off
through taldes into the vats, while one
bare-armed Indian, up to his eyes al
most in grape-juice, plunges in amid
the slusli and separates the stalks from
tlie skins. The skins are all used over
again, because it is their second fer
mentation which gives the red wine its
color. Outside tiie shed were immense
vats, seething and bubbling in tlie
sunlight as the process of fermentation
went on. No more practical idea of
wine-making can be gained than by
paying a visit to this factory. One can
see the grapes piled in the wagons
coming out all mangled from the
crusher, and the juice pumped up into
the vat", prepared to receive it. Wine
of every color, kind und age may be
seen undergoing tlie various processes
to which it is submitted by nature and
Roience. Not the least pleasant part of
tlie business is, after everything has
heen viewed and explained, to sip a
glass of clear, dry book or sherry iv the
cool cellars attached. Then a convic
tion ofthe practical nature of the work
impresses itself more than ever on the
visitor, and lie will probably retire
agreeing with St. Paul, that wine is
good for the stomach's sake and our in
firmities, und tliat, used in moderation,
it is as great a blessing to mankind us
its abuse is a curse.
Tlie Agricultural Fun-.
It is hoped that the extension of
time granted to make entries for the
two great running races will produce
a very full list of first class horses.
The arrangements are going on with
all possible celerity and dispatch, Mr.
George Butler and Major Truman
bave their hands full, but are attend
ing to the slightest minutiae of busi
ness witli all their care. Tlie pro
gramme w ill be carried out in its in
tegrity from lirst to last, and six days
of intensely interesting exhibitions
are promised. The Fair in tlie Even
ing will lie another special feature of
interest to our visitors. The hotels
will of necessity be crowded, but in
this respect Los Angeles has ample
accommodation. All that remains a
matter of uncertainty is in tlie hands
of the weather clerk, and he promises
a continuation of our glorious autumn
The Hcuelit ol' Carrie Lipai*.
The Merced Theater should he filled
this evening with tlie elite of the city.
Tlie beneficiary deserves a crowded
house for tlie manner iv which she al
ways plays every part that is entrusted
to her. For this occasion, one of tiie
best bills of the season has been se
lected. The play is " Borneo and Ju
liet,'' one of Shakspeare's great crea
tions. Miss Lipsis appears as tlie
"Nurse," Mr. Piercy as "Borneo," and
the entire company is represented.
There will also be a grand musical in
terlude and a farce. This will be one
of the best entertainments yet given
by the Company, Miss Lipsis will no
doubt do full justice to the difficult
part, the " Nurse." Be sure to secure
scuts, and go early.
Ileal Estate TrnuaartioiiM.
Deeds filed for record for the 21 hours end
ing at -I o'clock, October 15, 1873, as reported for
the Daily llkkai.ii by Judson & Gillette,
Searchers of Records for Los Angeles county:
Pio Pico to.I. K. Barbara—WW acres south of
and udjoiuing Snnta Ann river; MjSSA
LON A.NGEI.r.S HAKKKT.
Office of the Daily ujuiald, i
f9 I.os AxeSLXS, October 15,1573. /
GRAIN—The demand for Wheat ami Barley
is very active. White Wheal is quoted at til 75
y cental. Barley, Sl 15.
BEANS—Ited Bayou are steady at 1%, and
While at So y It..
BUTTER—Demand good for Roll ut 87J.jC
CHEESE—< 'bole? Factory, |fig i7e, according
lo quality; Swiss, 37! ..c i» lb.
FLOUR—Baker's Et.ua, IS; Superfine, go
y bbl, Graham M, und Buctowncut 19 y iwi lb,
WOOL—Full clip, m li,.
HIDES- Dry, hia y "'• Sheep-skins, 25@A0c
PKOVISII )NS-Bacon, lie; Sugar-cured, 17e;
Hams, sugar-cured, ISc; plain, 18c | Lard, I-' fcO.
Dried Beef, Ifio » »'.
POULTRY—Hum nre worth MBTf) dozen:
full grown Roosters, Sl Bfgtfi 50; Broilers, fr-iu.
■i 5u y dosen.
HOGS -Selling nt *M&*i%o V down.
BUILDING M ate it l a uS—Piaster, y bbl,
$11; Lime, 82 SYSjj 50; Plastering Hull. ,' 11.,
ox-ilie; Laths, y AI, *>«• Rough merchantable
Redwood aud Oregon Pine, 535; Rough clour
surfaced, and T. Ai G. Oregon Pine Flooring,
Mfl; Rustic, ISO; Weather-boarding, (HO; Shin
gles, til; shakes, |ls@fdo; Pickets, rough mer
chantable) |H6; do rarr, $15; Redwood posts,
TEAS- Are quoted al MtgSOs t 1 V, accord ing
The following Is the llsf oi'Exports in the
Depot of. the Los Angeles and S. P. K. R
Walnuts, scks BJ Wool, bales 4ll'-»
Stationery,oases i Pomegranates, bxs I
Lemons, boxes, I Com ski- ..IS
FOR SALE TO LET.
r?W, RANCHO DX I.OS FELIZ,
J The proper!) <>r leon hai.dwin,
450 acros of irrigable land,
2500 acros of grazing land, and
1200 acres of hill land,
4'j MILKS FROM THK CITY.
There nre Iwo larks and well tarnished
houses, fitted up wilh all modern improve
nii'irs.ou the much; one <>f which stands In
the rcuterol it large and beautiful garden, ap
proached by a private*read. Tlie river Mows
ut the foot nf the meadows adjacent lo the
houie,ancl game of every kiss v aiiumliint all
over tne ranch. Tin 1 Dairy is inuit of brick,
and has accommodation* for he milk of ir*i
eows,aild llif corrals'. stables, out-buildings,
de., an-all in perfect order. There are six
miles of efood postand plank f'Ueing ou the
property, and Iho situation is one of the love
lies] in Southern California.
TERMS One-third cash, one-third iv six
litonths, and Ihe balance ut one, Iwo or three
years, bearing inlereitf at one per cent, per
month.at ihe Option withe purchaser.
n'i. IUC title to the water for the 450 nereß of
Irrigable land Is absolute!} perfect.
The title to the property WARRANTED.!
Appl} to UKN. .MilIN M BALDWIN, Los
Angelea, or LEON BALDWIN, Los Feliz.
ONE LOT CONTAINING 17 86-100
acres, situated In the northwest quarter
ofthe lands of Los .Angeles cite. Price $500.
Inquire of [oc'-ilw] C. A STORK B.
ON E LO l' (io.\ 100, ON Ti i E BE LLE
vue Terrace Tract, near the Woolen Mill.
Easily irrigated from Ihe Woolen Mill ditch.
Price 8400. toqiitreof C. A. HTORKE.
A FIRST CLASS DRAFT TEAM,
consisting of two bright HAY Hi IRSKS, 5
and 7 years old, gentle and well matched,
weight 14U0 and 1570 lbs, respectively. Eor fur
ther particulars,apply at tie' Harp and Sham
rock Saloon, Main street,
oell-tf JOHN CASHION.
ONE COTTAGE, 24x32—COTX
laininjKroom*, water,and sink in the
kitchen; new ly painted; In a tine locality, and
healthy, good neighborhood. Lot 50x200, from
Snnsevaln to the street back of it, there being
two fronts. Has a great number of bearing
orungc, lemon. Unto and other fruit trees.
Price, sl.uiki. inquire of c. A. STORKE, at
Herald offlco. oc7lf
U( \ ACRES OF LAND, NEAR
t 'V" the city, with a good house, and water
from city saiga*. Apply al BRODRR-K'H
Book store, oeStf
For Sale Very Cheap.
T OTS, ROTH IMPROVED AND
* J unimproved,'itt the business portion and
suburbs of the city. Apply to
ocB-lm M. WHALING, Attorney.
A FIRST-CLASS, GOOD PAYING
J-\. OKAYING BUSINESS, solely on ac
count of the proprietor going into other busi
ness. Eor lull partieuhos, apply at this otlice.
ThU is a fine opportunity lor some one.
IjMTRNISHEI) OR CNFCRNISH
ED —Two rooms iv one of tha most, pleas
lint localities in the City, Within three minutes
walk of tlie Post.ottlee. Inquire at the ofllce
of the Hebald. ocQ-tf
■J 1 _
TURN VEREIN HALL,
LOM A yGELRW.
FAREWELL TOUR OF AMERICA!
MADAME ANNA BISHOP
Has the honorto announce a series of
Two Grand Concerts
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
>1 I 5S I C 3 ,
Friday and Saturday,
OCTOBER 17 AND 18,
MX. ALFRBD WII-.KIK,
The English Tenor;
MR. 1.. U.GOTTIICHA I.U.
The Eminent Baritone;
Ml* li'li V.Nli. till.DKlt;
The Brilliant American Pianist,
Admission One Dollar
Reserved Seals SO leiils F\tru
I 'oncert to commence al H o'clock.
ltd' Seals can be secured at llrodiick's Hook
S9 Entire change of programme each Con
J. H. LEROV MANAGER
E. LIPSIS AGENT
I ntntenaso A.iti'ti<*tion
BENEFIT OF MISS CARRIE LIPSIS!
First time lv Loi Angeles of Shnkspeare's
charming creation ol'
i«omf:o an i) .rtri^iK r r.
The nccoin pi i* hed artiste,
M.*iuo 31A1JIL2 DUHET,
In her elegant impersonation of Juliet.
Till RKDAY KVE.MNti. OCT. 111.
Will be presented Shultspcarc's great Play, in
Five Acts, of
ROMEO AND JULIET.
ROMEO MR. SAMUEL W, PIERCY
JULIET M'MK DUHET
NURSE Miss CARRIE LIPSIS
GRAND MUSICAL MELANGE.
To eonelude with the laughable Farce of
Why Don't She Marry?
Null! Teik Mr. Ellas Lipsis
Llsetle Gieistein Miss Carrie Lipsis
Admission- Dress Circle, JI. Purquette, 6U
cents. Private boxes, 85.
Doors open at 7:HI). Curtain rises at 8.
Box Sheet tor reserved seats open at theatre
from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
No extra Charge lor reserved seals. ocls
I) lON KER PACKAGE EXPRESS
AND CITY PACKAGE DELIVERY.
MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS
Pianos Unpacked and Repacked.
Anything Delivered, from an Envelope to
the largest Case ever shipped, to ull purls of
the city and country. Baggage called for in
time for the trains.
ud aye orders on tiie slate nt the office, in
Wells, Fargo A Co.'s otlice, corner Main and
Market streets, or P, O. Imx 280. oet-lmls
FOR SAN FR A NCI SCO
CICHB; W. H. STEVENS, jkx
O WHITNEY Masi I.l;.^AtSSfc
Having her cargo partly engaged, will be dis
patched on' WEDNESDAY, October IS, 1878.
ocii-td i i- Ward * co, Arts.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO
ON AND AFTER APRIL I, 1873,
trains will run us follows, leaving
WILMINGTON-7:48 A. M. and 1 P. M.
LOS ANGELES—IO A. M. and 4 l*. M.
Except on days of .steamers' arrival and de
parture, when trains will run to connect with
Passengers for San Francisco and Sim Diego
will leave Irfis Angeles by the 10 A. M. train,
connecting at Wilmington witli the Compa
era First-class passenger cars will run regu
So Charge for Storage to Merchant* In
JOHN MILNER, Ag. ut at Los Angeles.
oe2tf E. E. HEWITT, supt.
AGENCY OF THE
Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten
Mail Steamship Companies.
BEING APPOINTED AGENT OF
the above Mail Steamship Companies
for the Soul hern ('oust, I am prepared lo fur
nish THROUGH P ASSAGE TICKETS by any
of those lines of steanic rs.
To and from Europe,
to New York and San Francisco at the lowest
rates. Also give MONEY POSTAL ORDERS
to till parts of
German 3 .Su Itserland, Austria. France
Eiiß-laud. Smeilen. Norway
Which will be delivered to the receiver free of
charge, at their respective houses, tn uny part
Also, gives DRAFTS on any part of Europe,
in sums to suit.
Collections made in any Part of
For particulars, apply to
11. FLEISHMAN, Bella Union Store,
oe'.'tnp Agent In I.os Angeles.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO,
SCHEDFI.F toll OCTOBER. IS7S.
zJjgfc Mohongo & ori7aha*frfo
for Santa Barbara, Nan Pcilro, Ana
heim Landing an:l Nan Diego.
STEAM Kit MOHOXOO, CAST. M. lIAKI.OE,
/..'ore* Son lAriim Htin I Lea re. Nun lArrfrai Ata
l/Va/icVo. Pedro. J'<ilru. \ Frunt:Ueo.
Oct sKOcI 5 Oct I (Oct lo
Oct 15 Oct 17 Oct 30 Oat 22
Oct 27iOct ....xVINoV l|Nov I
BTEAMEII ORISASA, CAST. H< >I. JOHNSON,
Oct IllOct UlOcl 141 Oct 1H
Oct 211 Oct IB| Oct 2ti| Od 28
The Mohongo will call, also, at San Simeon
aiul Sau Luis Obispo, but takes no lrclght lor
For Sau Diego and all Way ports, carrying
OILS, ACIDS, POWDER, etc., not allowed to
be carried on passenger Steamers, will leave
San Francisco October :10th.
Freight on OILS, to San Pedro,Bo cents per
Foil NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
Calling at San Diego, Mau/unillo, and Aea
Steamen leave San Francisco October 4th
ami IXI h.
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
Stenmer. leave San Francisco on the Ist and
10th of every week.
Through Kills ol Lading signed, nnd through
tickets sold to all ports on the San Diego route
to New York, Europe, Mexico and South
America, at Mail Francisco tariff rates.
To New York, cabin sflOO
To New York, steerage 50
To San Francisco, cabin 15
To San Francisco, steerage 8
Cabin plans al agent's oltlce. For passage
apply lo H. McLELLAN,
oca Agent for Los Angeles Couuty.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS
JL* Jk. TN X
Off 1 I.OS ANOBJjLJSM».
jorn o. Downey Paastssart
I. W. RELLMAN Cashier
Exchange for sale on
Nun Frauclsco, Sea York,
Frnnkiorl. I'nria and
Receives Deposits and Issues lis certificates.
Buy. ami sells Legal Tenders, Government,
Stale, County and City Bonds. Will also pay
the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion,
From and alter this date, on all moneys
left as term deposits. Interest will be allowed.
LtM Augeles, July I, 1871. (H'2-lm
Faiimkbs a Merchants' Bank, i
Los AxoKLßSjJctober 7,187:1. >
A DIVIDEND OF 16 PER SHARE
has beett dt clured on Ibe capital stock
of ihe Farmers) and Merchants' Hunk ol Los
Augeles, payable ou the Kith inst.
oc7ml ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, Cashier.
WM. WOKKMAN. Wi P. V. TEMPLE.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
Receive Deposits, issue their Certificates and
UFA Fit AI. BANKING BFNINENN.
DRAW ON THE LGNOON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK [LiWTEDI,
AT SAN FRANCISCO.
Exchange for sale on
New A'orU, Hamburg,
London, Jrterlin nnd
Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dust und Gov
ernment. State, County and I .'ity Bonds Isiught
and Sold. Receive valuables lor sale keep
¥ A DIES, YOU CAN BEY FIRST
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Just arrived direct fi-om the East.
We are determined to make one GRAND
clearing RALE, and offer our large stock,
commencing the season, at 73 cents on the
Duller, at No. 1 Spring street.
ORt-lmlS MRS. J. K. SMALL.
CONOR ESS HALL
A HATTER, PROPRIETOR.
• Basement, cor. Main anil Rcquinn Sis.
All the delicacies ofthe season. A NICE
CoLD LUNCH at a minute's notice. Wines,
Alts, Porters, Litplors and Champagnes, ol
the very choicest brands.
4'aviar, Nardcllcii.Swiattaud I.iuibura;er
A line Hilliard Table in the Hall. oe2-2p
J. B. SAI'NIIERS, M. It. CH. K. HKIXZKMAN, P. I>
J. B. SAUNDERS & CO.,
jyil GGIHTH AND OHEMIHTS,
7-3 main utMiWi UW angelf:s.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PUREST DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES
of all kinds, air Prescription!! carefully eom
poundCd day und ulyht oe-.'-lui2fj
(Wants published at the rate bfSW cents per
line for each insertion, or 10 cents per line for
three insertions. No advertlnenient under
tills bend taken for less than 25 cents.]
WANTED— A WOMAN TO DO
general housework. Apply ut flrst
I house on Main, south of Fourth at. oe7lf
WA NTK I) - IN ALL NEIGH
BORING TOWNS, a good local eun
vnsserand correspondent for the Hkuald.
ROAKPERM can find good accommo
dation* at MRS. BAf'K.MAN'S, Spring street,
near First. oeiitf
suited lo a small family, and not more
than one mile from the court-house. Addres.
HC, llkkai.ii oltlce, stating price and locu
WANTED— TWO OR THREE
DAY BOARDERS can be iieeommo
dajed with first-class board nt POL. PEEL'S.
Our Own Manufacture! fj
In tho Oity!
A Large Stock of fresh Crack
ers always on Hand.
On hand and made to order at short notice.
Tastefully decorated CAKES of any design, at
reasonable prices. Also,
RREAD, PIES ANI) CAKES,
Fresh every duy, at the
DEPOT AT LCUIS MESMER'S
WINE CELLAR, underneath the I.'. S.
Hotel. Wine by the Glass, Bottle or Gallon.
All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale and retail.
'1 he public of Los Angeles are hereby noti-
Bod that no other person in Los Augeles'but
Ijuils M earner ha* wines from the Cocomongo
ranches. J. I„ SANSEVAIN.
£ IONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop on First Street,
Between Main and Spring, Los Angeles.
NT Jobbing do'ie neatly and with Dlsputch.
HARP AND SHAMROCK
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PUR
CHASED the above business, and Twill
keep on hand none but Ihe PI'REST AND
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKIES,
English and Neoteli Ales,
American Bourbon and Kye,
Havana Cigars, etc.
ocOtf 119 Main street, Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Woolen Mill
BACRISTE, ELLIOTT A CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, ANI) MAN
All Wool 4'asMlmeres.
Tweeds, Flanuels, Blankets, etc.
All our goods are PCRE WOOL, and war
ranted us represented. Consumers can
Save 25 to 33 per cent.
by biiTlng direct from us. STORE AT TIIE
" WHITE MOUSE," corner of Dos Angeles
and Commercial Streets. oc2lf-2p
PN. ROTH & CO.
• NO. 43 MAIN STREET.
Wholesale and retail dealers In
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Provisions, Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars and
Whiskies. _ ,K ''l tf _
Guitar and Singing.
J>ROEESSOR IL S. AREVALO
has returned to this city, and will resume
Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes
Apply at URODRU'K'S Book and Music
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
UNDER THE CARE OF THE
FATHERS OT ST. VINCENT DE PAUL.
DEGREF.S CONFERRED, nnd the most
complete Education given. No more beauti
fully situated spot in the whole of Southern
California. Apply by letter, or personally, to
REV. J. M( GILL, C. M.
nIOO MEN WITH TEAMS, TO
UvV bring their wives and children to
Buy Goods at the Dollar Store,
Present prices being
2.1 to 100 per Out. tew* than Elsewhere.
U»" Remember tlie place, No. 103 Mnin St.,
opposito the Court House. oc-VlnrJp
EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA
OYSTERS— FRESH BY EVERY
steamer, will be served up In every style,
COMMERCIAL AND LOS ANGELES STS.,
By "JAKE" RAER, (formerly with H.
Dockweller) and chas. walden.
no. GIVE THEM A CALL. ocll-lm
JpiRST STREET, LOS ANGELES.
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN QCANTITIEN TO SUIT.
oc2-lmlp JOS. I .FIBER, Proprietor.
CA MILLE R AYNAL,
IOI'I'OSITE ML, KKI.LKK'SI
MANUFACTURER AND DEAL
WiuroiiH, < 'lirriujrcM, 11uygirs, «-l i
Blueksmlthingof all kinds. All work
M AI)Eof HMHT MATERIAL
und in the future as reliable as in the pas)
Orders promptly attended to. ocliftnlpl
Li AMPLE ROOMS,
O OPi'OKITE V. S. HOTEL, M AIN ST.
The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS,
and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of Sun F'raneisco.
our Temple Block, next to Well*, Fargo A
Company's office. oc'2-linls
p ATES A NOYEB.
VT Corner Temple Block and Spring St.
Auction Business promptly attended to. Spe
clul Sales made in any part of the city or
Furniture bought or sold nn Commission.
Überal advances mode on consignments.
REAL EST ATE ._ ____
S. H. SLAUCHT,
SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY!
BUYS AND SELLS REAL Eft
tute in nil sections of l!ie L'nioli. Hu»
lurgc tracts tor sale ln Southern California.
rlomes for Farmers,
Homes for Mechanics,
Homes for Business Men,
Hheep Ttimui s,
Of all kinds und al all prices.
Special attention paid to the
EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES,
SHEEP AND OTHEH STOCK.
A PERPETUAL FAIR,
where the best products of the country will be
freely put on exhibition, to which all persons
are not only invited, but urged to contribute.
It will not only tend to entertain our visitors,
but will enable them to see wind we can raise
here, and thus encourage them to unite their
capital and energies with ours, lo develop the
vast resources of our country, add to the
charms of the most beautiful climate In the
Bring Along Your Best Results
ol honest labor, and curious freaks of nature,
and see If we cannot astonish the world. Also,
repoit what you hn\e done.
Special Attention to Exhibition of Ores
and general Information txel a'iged in regard
to the mines of our country.
Mining and other Stocks on Exchange
All orders promptly attended to. and Infor
mation given CHEAPLY and with dispatch.
We are fully convinced lhat the time Is ut
hand when old things are lo be done away,
and nearly all things are to become new. Con
sequent ly, many changes will become nece*
sary, and to facilitate this object Is our pur
pose iv our present business capacity. From
our extensive acquaintance with the people ol
the Eastern States, as well as our knowledge
of this country and its people—which we have
worked diligently und hard to learn - -and the
large amount of
Choice. Desirable and Cheap Property
we have on sale and to lease, we feel confident
of success, and that is half the battle won.
Our motto is onward and upward with the
watchword, Know Thyself, the which we
study, iso we flutter ourselves that
We Can Give Entire Satisfaction
to those who may entrust their business to our
enre. Persons having real estate of any kind
to sell, and t hose wishing to purchase, will
please give us a call.
We have on sale the following described
Farms, Dwellings, Building tola, Stores, Bus
iness Stands, Stations, Orange, Lime, Lemon
and other Emit Trees; Cattle, Horses and
other stock: besides many oi her first-das* or
chard and Farm Lands, Houses and Lots, aud
Ranches, improved and unimproved, from 2
to B,oooacres—some with line dwellings and
all necessary out-bulldlngs; nnd highly Im
proved land, ranging from $H to j 1,300 per acre,
uot advertised In the following list:
Parties desiring tosell or buy would do well
to call and submit then- business to us, as all
Interests entrusted to us will receive prompt
attention- The following property on hand:
400 Acres of Good Farming Land, suitable
for Dairy purposes or sheep range; <O,UCJ worth
of improvements in fences and buildings;
well watered and in every wuy desirable. Sit
uated one mile from Compton, nine miles
lrom Lou Angeles. Price SlijUOO.
NO. 58. 34acres unimproved, \\ miles from
court-house; a flue corner location on a main
street; good healthy locution. This place will
be sold altogether, or ln lots of 5 or 10 acres.
Good, choice land: easy of access hy public,
conveyance; line chance for city homes. #3400.
NO. 60. 100 acres Improved, near San Ga
briel Mission. House and other outbuildings;
well watered; good grain or fruit land. Very
NOS. 60, 51 and 32. 4 nnd 5, andB% acre lots;
splendidly and pleasantly located; good soil
und water privileges; from *«M to Ti,.**' each
NO. 65. R 33-100 acre* Improved lands, Witt,
good house of 5 rooms; V., miles from court
house, near omnibus Hue and good school.
Well wutered. On It ure planted 174 orange
trees, 4 ami syeurs old, in fine condition, and
10 Sicily lemons, 0 years old: 50 bearing fruit
und nut trees, of splendid quality, and one
acre of attulfu. A desirable and cheap place.
NO. 00. i% acres splendid land, U£ miles
from the court-house, adjoining tbe above. Is
planted with walnut, orange and lemon trees.
Cau be purchased at a bargain for cash. A de
sirable city low. $1,800.
NO. 82. 10acrea,well Improved; good bouse
of 0 rooms; \% mile* from court-house, on Han
Pedro street. On it are planted 150 limes, 4 and
5 years old, 100 lemons, 4 und 5 years old, 400
orange trees, 5 years old, 30 apples, 8 pears, 25
peaches, 4 tigs, 1 Italian chestnut, sgrape-vines
—all in good bearing. $5,750.
NO. 63. 13 acres well improved, P.: mile,
from the court-house; good house, Dx4U, In
cluding wings; two stories, containsorooms,
closets, bath and store-room, all hard fin
ished. Three line weeping willows grace the
yard; 24 bearing orange trees, loaded with
fruit; 29 white walnut, RR apple, 18 pe»r, 4 fig, 4
apricot, 7 quince, :i poniegrniuito, all in one
bearing; 77 orange, 3 years old, 77 walnut, 4
years old, in orchard; 100 walnut, '200 orange,
lemon and lime trees In nursery'; Also, vine
yard of 3,000 vines, und IX acres alfalfa. This
place Is near the terminus of the omnibus
line; a good locution, healthy aud pleasant;
for sale orto rent; a line property at a bargain.
The TOWN OF FUiHENCE having been
surveyed and Ini J out In blocks of eight acre*
and lots of two acres each, will be now open
to the market, and liberal inducements will
be ottered to parties wishing to start any me
chanical or mercantile business, and lot* will
be sold nt very reasonable rates to suit cus
tomers, on easy terms. Call and look at the
map, midget all desired Information at this
ofllce. This town Is beautifully located, at the
junction of tlie L« A. £ s. p. and the Anaheim
braueli of tho S. P. H. It., five miles below the
city of la>h Angeles. I .ot.s s2im each.
Near the vicinity ofthe town of Florence
an 1 some very fine ranches, of excellent soil,
at very reasonable rates, .several of which, va
rying from thirty to several hundred acres
each, 1 have for .sale. Persons wishing lo get
Improved hind, will do well to Investigate the
many advantages to lie derived by investing
ut that point, and Just now wheu a new town
is on tbe eve 01 opening up, to add wealth and
beauty to this fertile vaSlcy, is the time to pur
chase in order to receive the advantages ot
the certain rise in laud.
S. 11. CASWELL. J. r. ELLIS.
CABWELL & ELLIS.
And Dealers In Ueueral Merchandise,
80 ANI) 82 MAIN STREET.
oc'.Mf Loa Amoei.es.
I. B. FERGUSON'S
la the Exclusive Comas!*.lou House tn
go to for Everything Van Want,