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The Largest Circulation of any Paper
Printed in the County.
TV ESI) AY .OCTOBER 21, 1873.
The Weekly Herald.
The first number of the Weekly
Los Anoeles Herald will be pub
lished on Saturday morning, October
25th. It will contain a full resume of
the news of the week, local news, mar
kets, and select reading for the family
circle. Tn fact it will be the largest
and most complete newspaper ever
published in this section of the State,
and give more reading matter than all
the newspapers published in Los An
oeles county combined. Price, $4 per
annum in advance. Send in your
With unconcealed pleasure the H ER
aldannounces that already it issues
each day to regular, paying subscri
bers, a greater number of copies than
uny other newspaper published in Los
Angeles; and that its subscription list
is increasing at the rate of about 100
|>er week. Before tbe first month of
its publication shall end, the present
indications are that it will have more
legitimate paying subscribers than
both our contemporaries combined.
This proves that the citizens of Los
Angeles arc willing to support enter
prise, aitd that when money is freely
expended in their behalf, they are
willing to bear their proportion ofthe
On the first of November the Her
ald will be on a paying basis; that is,
ils receipts will fully meet its outgoes,
giving, of Course, no return for the
money invented or the labor oftbe
proprietors. This is an event rarely
happening in newspaper annals in the
second month of existence. Thus is
set at rest all doubts of the financial
success of the enterprise, and renders
it a fixed fact. But the people of Los
Angeles ought not to expect money to
be invested in their behalf without a
return interest, nor labor without com
pensation. Let them assist, and the
Herald will accomplish for them a
hundred-fold return for their invest
The telegraph brings very complete
news about Sunday's balloon ascen
sion in San Francisco. As usual, it
was a fiasco. A few weeks ago ano
ther gigantic enterprise failed. The
idea was to cross the Atlantic, and the
balloon burst before it was filled.
Now report says that Barmnn "ye
Bilk" is going to England to have a
''Monster Balloon" manufactured
which is to sail all over the world at
will. Sometimes a balloon goes up to
give pleasure to a gaping multitude
and sometimes scientific men are del tid
ed into making an ascension to accom
plish results which somehow never
are accomplished. If a successful
ascent is made it furnishes exciting
literature for the "hoi polloi" for a
montli, and the most interesting part
is always how tlie balloon got caught
in a tree, or fell iv the sea, or tore
along the earth, Of tlid something
equally unpleasant. It is an establish
ed fact that hundreds of thousands of
dollars are spent yearly in balloon ex
periments, und as a fixed scientific
operation they are far from being of
any use. Balloonists lose their live,
and furnish a sensational telegraphies
item mi they fail to go up, or comedown
with a run; In fact a hundred things
happen to tbem which makes a bal
loon ascension just as risky as invest
ing in the Credit Mobilier, or offering
President Grant shares in a new con
cent. With all the efforts made to re
duce "ballooning" to a science, it is
after all only on a par with a Niagara
tight-rope walk, or a dangerous tra
Following is a list of the officers of
the State Grunge Patrons of Husband
ry, elected at Sun Jose, on the 18th
Master—J. M. Hnmilton, of Lake
Overseer—(). L. Abbott, of Santa
Worthy Lecturer—J. W. A. Wright,
of Stanislaus couuty.
Steward—X. L. Allen, of Monterey
Assistant Steward- Win. Hacksen,
of Yolo county.
Chaplain—J. O. Gardner, Stanislaus
Secretary—W. S. Fisher, of Napa
Gate-keeper—R. R. Warder, Stanis
Treasurer—Mrs. G. VV. Davis, Sono
Pomona-Mrs. W. H. Baxter, of Napa
Flora-Mrs. J. H. Hegler, Sonoma
Lady Assistant Steward—Mrs. J. G.
Gardner, Stanislaus county.
Executive Committee—G. W. Colby,
of Butte county; H. B. Jolly, of Mer
ced county; J. G. Gareney, of Stanis
laus county; J. C. Merrifleki, of Sono
ma county; J. H. Garrie, of Los An
The greatest gas well in the world
is located on the Campbell farm, about
two miles from Modoc city, Butler
county, Pa., in a northeasterly direc
tion. It was struck about three weeks
ago, and a volume of gas has ever
since been pouring forth with tremen
dous force. A futile attempt was made
to lower a set of tools in the well, the
weight of which was twenty-live
hundred pounds, for the gas forced
them un aud away from the hide.
The Santa Barbara Timet nays Mr.
Nordhoff and family have left Santa
Barbara for the east.
E\< 1.l SIVKLY TO TIIK IIK.KAI.I).
Forged Letters of Credit.
The Dutch Expedition
A Candidate for <iov«*i*-
Destructive Conflagrations in
Kansas. Wisconsin and
The Trial of Stokes.
Itiisini'sM Improving in
NKW Yokk. Oct. 20.- A letter from
Sumatra says the expedition to
Achh) will take place iii October, and
consist of a fleet of thirty ships and
steamers, and from twelve to fifteen
thousand men. There will probably
bo hard lighting on first landing, and
perhaps some heavy loss of life in tlio
first expedition, but the enemy will
find tbey cannot stand against the
mitrailleuse and breach loaders.
The Herald has a letter stating that
Colonel Hughes, Republican Candi
date for Governor of Virginia is ineli
gible, having conveyed a challenge to
right a duel to Elbert Fox, in Bristol,
Tennessee, in 1870. The constitution
of Virginia provides that no person
who knowingly conveys a challenge
shall be allowed to vote or hold any
office of power, profit or trust.
At the trial of Stokes this morning,
the defense Introduced testimony to
show that the prisoner intended going
to Providence at the time of the trage
dy, and be was passing the hotel on tlie
opposite side of the street, when he
was saluted by a lady from one of tlie
windows, and entered the hotel and
went straight to ber. Fisk arrived a
few minutes afterward. John Moore
Tiffin said he bea rd shots, and went
to door of tbe private entrance and
saw Fisk wounded, who said, Stokes
was too quick for him tbis time.
Tt is reported here that a tow of
thirty-five canal boats on the Hudson
river, loaded with grain, broke loose
early this morning and 25 or 30 were
sunk opposite Stony Point, with men,
women and children on board.
Chicago, Oct. 25. —A person giving
the name of John Barlow, presented
himself to some leading firm iv Italy
with a circular letter id' credit of Drex
el, Morgan, & Co., New York, for
£200. He took tlie greater part of the
money in Rome, and almost the
wdiole of the remainder in Flerence,
on tbe day following. When the
drafts were presented to a London
house, on a late draft by Mr. Barlow,
it turned out that the Credit was issued
in the name of v lady, and tbat the
name and signature had been replaced
by that of Jno. Barlow. Several of
the first banking houses on the eon ti
nent have been defrauded of large
amounts in this way. The names of
those in whose favor these letters of
credit were issued, have been effaced,
both in the body and in the signature,
so as not to leave the slightest traceof
the name of the party in the credit.
Topkka, Oct. lid.—The most de
structive tire that ever visited Topeka
occurred last night destroying the
Commonwealth block, occupied by the
CovtTnoi&wealth newspaper, tlie Kansas
Evangelist, ami Kansas Monitor
printing establishments, Crane's book
bindery, Warn's hardware store, and
Dr. Light's office. Total estima
ted at $100,()o0; insurance about $00,000.
Oswego, N. V., Oct. 20.—Goit &
Posts planing mills burned down last
night. Loss, $40,600; insurance $17,
A quarrel between Juo. Hall, and
Patrick Cullen, member of the sixth
Cavalry, at Fort Hayes, Kansas, on
Friday last, resulted iv the killng of
Cullen by Hall.
Nkw York, Oct. JO.—A lurge failure
was reported ut London, on Friday
last, which has a depressing effect on
tbe market this afternoon.
Madison, Oct. 20. — A fire occur
red early yesterday morning which
destroyed Bobbins & Thornton's flow
ering mill—loss, $40,000; insurance,
$30,000. Roederman's brewery, with
all out-buildings, was also destroyed—
loss, $05,000; insurance, 187,000.
Baltimore, Oct. 20.—Tha". National
Convention of Chief Engineers of Fire
Departments was organized, by elect
ing Chief John S. Danierill, of Boston,
temporary Chairman. A Committee
on credentials and permanent organi
zation was appointed, and a recess
then taken. About fifty delegates are
Memphis, Oct. 20. The streets are
crowded with vebicles, and tlio -tide
walks thronged with pedestrians.
Tbere is more activity in busiiie-s
than for months past. The yellow fe
ver is rapidly yielding toepld weather.
At noon the mortuary report gives
twenty yellow fever and sis other
Paris, Oct. 20. An article in the
Journal J)< t Debates to-day, reran}*
the restoration of Royalty as certain.
Rome, Oct. 20. —The General of the
Societies of Jesuits was to-day official
ly notified by the (iovernnient, that
the Order must Immediately vacate
the premise* occupied hy tbem iii (bis
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS.
KYM.I *IVi:i.Y TO Tilt: HEKAI.n.
Twm Journalists in Search of the East
ern Air Current Tlicy get n Hnlh
In Ihe Buy The ll.atti of Milieu
OlHlllltl the Vole 1 Colony
lrom l.oncll lor lids Aiiifclcw.
Sax Francisco, Oct. 20.
Buret's balloon went up this after
noon, inn Dinvt did not go with it.
Austin nf tlie Chronicle, tnul Clough
of tbe Call, wore the ones who under
stood how to find the celebrated east
ern at* current. Austin controlled
the balloon. They found an air cur
rent, but it took then! rapidly to the
northwest. Austin saw the tug Nep
tune in the bay and pulled the valve
rope, and the balloon descended low
enough to allow him to leap into tlie
hay Whence boats OOVid rescue hiui.
But poor Clough went up again like a
rocket. Austin, a twenty dollar piece
and himself had been the only ballast
—they wero gone, and the valve-rope
broken. Clough Climbed into the net
ting, got hold of the broken rope,
opened the valve, and down she came,
close to the water, anil the crew of the
Neptune got hint safely out. The bal
loon then iv-ascended, und when last
seen was going toward the north pole,
over Sau Rafael. The enterprising
icronauts are now ut North Beach tak
ing another bath. Clough is minus
the suit of clothes which he wore ut
The Coroner's Jury iv the case of
(lillcn, found that he came to his
death wounds inflicted by Lloyd
Bell, and charge the latter with the
cl inic of hTUrder.
The Board of Supervisors canvassed
the Judicial Election returns to-day.
Tbey declined to count the votes for
Justices. Wheeler, for Judge of tlie
Ninth District Court, lost 100 votes;
Drake] gained -\ Dwinelle 1; McKee
lost J; McKinstry 7; Bronson 8.
Mary Montgomery, a white woman,
is on trial in tlie Fifth District Court,
for murder, having hilled Sanchez, a
negro, her paramour. The Prosecu
ting Attorney told the jury that he
did not expect to convict the woman
of any higher crime than murder in
the second degree, or manslaughter.
Yacht Minnie, collided iv the hay,
witli the steamer Princess. She lost
her bowsprit, and suffered other dam*
ages. The steamer was injured slightly.
It is now believed that Loyd Hell,
the murderer of Owen GfUeil, intended
to kill Ryan, the propiretor of the
house where tlie murder occurred.
They hud quarreled about money,
And Oillen ami Ryan, resembled each
The Lyceum of Self-Culture, has
adopted a set of resolutions deboun
cing V. S. Marshal Morris, for hand
cuffing witnesses on the way from
jail to court. They will he forwarded
to President Grant,
A man named Linsky, dropped dead
this afternoon, in a store on Stockton
Application Ims heen made to Judge
Sawyer, of the V. S" Circuit Court,
for a habeas corpus in the case of wit
neses of tbe ship Sunrise, to bring
them before Justice Townsciid to tes
tify against Captain Close.
Forty-four persons t'.iotn Lowell,
Massachusetts, arrived last night hy
the overland train. The party is com
posed chiefly of families. They are
on the way to Los Angeles, where they
intend to settle, and for which place
they will sail to-morrow. Two or
three only are factory girls.
Following btc th* traharctlons nf the Morn
Ophlr 67 Keg Batcher 49
Oould & l urry llji Overman llfli
B. i B 6>. Justice 9-a
Ravage -12 ! 4 Succor jMj
Chollar 39 I Julia \%
Hale A Norerom 20£ Caledonia 17
Crown Polnl loti A.<st U 1!4
Yellow Jacket o2'£ Baltimore I}J
Imperial 4 Central 15
Kmplre a*„ Knickerbocker 3
Kentuck 13 Eclipse I.:
Alnha 22 Silver Hill 12)2
Belcher 08V, Kossuth. 10
Confidence, 7}£ Whitman 2
con Virginia 4S Fatriuoimt lji
Daney \% union Con \%
Meadow Valley....tlAV Raymond £ Ely...
Eureka Con SJ& 8t Patrick 2.V.
B.ilmont t)J H Chariot 3 *
Newark :<% Empire 1 3
Kenmrk 13 Alr»| 8 l 4 '
Rye Patch 7W p & ri M
Carolina »J 4 Ingoinajr tt-Vcts
Ooldcn Chariot 2t\ i>< ailse.jE/. 980
Mahosrany 16 ~ Buckeye. I
Savage 4j Utah 1W
Yellow Jacket 53Vfe Tyler TOcls
Con. Virginia aO Valley 11l
imp -rial 44 Jacksou 'i
Crown Pom: Itm American Klatl 5
Ophlr .t»K Central No. 2 11
Kentucky :. 2" s Woodville 1
Overman 11 Exchequer 8
Seg Belcher ."i7'/J filohe V,
Sierra Nevada. 12 !Justice W4
on., la) Count I'nrsnii ol the Htm.se
Visallv, October Hi.
About lv o'clock la-t night tbe
stage between here ami the railroad
depot was stopped one mile and a half
from town by three maske.l highway
men. One witli a shot gun beaded the
team while tiie others witb revolvers
attended to tiie passengers, one on each
sitle. There were Aye passengers
aboard, but all being unarmed were
easily pcisna led to disburse their val-
Uablaa, Wells, Fargo & Co's box
contained but $iiv>. Probably $160
was obtained from the passengers.
Tbe Sheriff and deputies are in pur
suit, with a good prospect of success, as
tbe robbers arc said to be well known
to the officers, one dropped bis mask
an.l exposed bis lace, flic mail and
express letters were nol molested. The
broken treasure box, a hatchet, mask,
and other means of identification
were found Ibis morning, near the
scene of tbe robbery.
Hi-m.il .Hunter The As«as«*tn Kscnpes.
Watsonville. Oct. 20.
A horrible murder was committed
here Ibis evthingat the Central Hotel.
Q, H. Rosenbaum, a butcher, was shot
through tbe leinple by Frank Calla
han. Callahan bail taken supper at
the hotel, and on settling bis bill be
accused the proprietor of not treating
him properly, and attempted to pick
a quarrel with blm. He drew bis
pistol, cocked it, and aimed it at F. 11.
Byrne, clerk, and the son of the pro
prietor. Rosenbaum, who was at the
dining table, on bearing tbe noise left
his seat and entered tbe bar-room.
As he did so, Callaban said; "There
Is Rosenbaum, wbat has he to say
about it," then tired at liim, killing
him instantly. Callaban made bis
escape tb rough the rear of the bouse
during tlie excitement tbat ensued.
The murderer did not give his victim
a chance to say a word. Rosenbaum
leaves a wife and three cliiblren.
Ktiilliiit'ol tbe Mohitng-o SI earner Art
zonn not yet Arri veil Tlio Art MMM
San Dieuo, Oct. 20.
The Pacific Mail Steamer Mohongo
left tbis port at !) a. m. yesterday, for
San Frauieseo. It was impossible to
get her passenger list.
The steamship Arizona, now several
days overdue, has not yet arrived.
Tlie section of military telegraph
between Prescott and Maricopa Wells
will be completed by tbe i'2d inst..
The party from San Diego are already
on the desert, ami are moving rapidly.
The parties between Maricopa Wells
and Yuma are ( losing the gap fast.
There are two hundred and fifty miles
of tlie whole line completed.
Fire Supposed Incendiarism.
Sax Josk, Oct. 20.
A lire occurred at one o'clock I bis
morning near tbe corner of Fourth sl.
The box factory of Merron & Chase
and dwelling house of Jacob Hassitini
were consumed. Tbe box factory and
slock entirely destroyed—loss, between
$3,000 and $4,000; insured for about
one half. It is supposed to be the
work of an incendiary. A dispute
between tbe tire companies, over a hy
drant, caused a loss of time, bill for
which tbe dwelling probably might
have been saved.
Arrenl ol Suppose,! Mane Uobber*.
Marysvile, Oct. 20,
Three men were arrested on tbe
down freight train, at Lincoln, to-day,
ou suspicion of being a part of a gang
who robbed the California and Oregon
stage, above Redding, on the lotb of
October. They were chained and
taken back on tlie passenger train for
Nentcitced for tssniill.
Woodland. Oct. 25. —The County
Court opened to-day, Judge Hutton
Presiding. The case of tbe People
against Baldwin, occupied tlie day.
Armstrong, for assault, was senten
ced to ten days in tlie County jail.
Male Hour.l of EnwMltuerN Tlie Iteii
Sacramento, Oct. 20.
J. H. Fickheff, A. H. McDonald,
Miss Watson and Miss Wicks have
been appointed by the State Board of
to examine applicants for
Teachers' certificates. '
Counsel in tbe Bennett murder case
occupied the whole of to-day, aud wi 11
probably conclude and the case go to
the Jury to-morrow.
UmpMi Teu-mte ttjicc i (Rllforulii
Salt Lake, Oct. 20.
The great ten mile race to-day, on
the half mile track, was won by the
California horse Granger, in thirty
minutes and four and a quarter gee*
onds. It was tlie best time on a half
mile track ever made in America.
There was a decided improvement
to-day, in financial circles. There arc
heavy renamHtaneea on the way to
The Nairou-Uaiine Houd Oriiiul En
r limit in en l C. of 11. ('.
Stockton, Oct. 20.
There is now only about S;i,000 lack
ing to complete tlie subscription re
quired to insure the success of tlte
Stockton and lone narrow gauge rail
Delegates from abroad to tlie Grand
Encampment of the Champions of the
Red Cross R re arriving fast.
A Tie Vole Con te*leil I 1.-. i
Vallumo, Oct. 20.
To-day, at Fairfield, (he Hoard of
Supervisors having finished canvass
ing the vote of Solano county, declared
the vote for County Judge, between
Gregory and Power-, to be a tie. It is
presumed that a new election w ill be
K. McQiUigan contests the election
of E. D. Perkins as Sheriff. Suil was
commenced in the County Court on
the ground that the tickets were print
ed on illegal types.
House It.true I trout Spontaneous < om
i.u 1 lon.
Martinez, Oct. 20,
Tlie residence of W. 'I. Boon, uear
Danville, was entirely consumed this
morning b) lire, supposed to have ori
ginated from the heal of the sun caus
ing matches, which lay on the win
dow, to Ignite. LossJJabout $1,500.
Visalia, Oct. 26.—The Official
count to-day, gives McKee :>s7; Mc-
Kinstry l'"> 1; Dwlnellee 1 11. For Dis
trict Judge, Deering, Republican, lias
176 majority. For County Judge,
Clarke, Independent, has 21 majority.
The authorities are still after the
three stage robbers and It is claimed
that they are ( lose on their track.
LETTET FROM LOS NIETOS
Loa Ntktos, October Ufßh, is?::.
Kditor Hkhai.l). —The people of
this vicinity arc all on tiptoe in antic
ipation of hearingf.the long looked for
and expected aoundof the whistle of
the Nietos locomotive. In ten days
we expect to he more closely allied to
your Angelic city with iron hands, sis
we are informed that the track from
Florence, In this direction, is being
laid at the rate of two miles per day.
The Nietos depot, or the city of Nie
tos, is all the rage. Who will he first
to lay a corner stone, or drive the first
nail,"at the site of this great city in
embryo. As is characteristic with the
entire order of Odd Fellows to be al
ways rea ly and willing to ttike hold
and work in every enterprise that will
lieueflt the human family, whether it
be to improve and develop the barren
wastes, or to relieve tlie wants of tlie
distressed, and educate the orphans,
Nietos Lodge, No. 197, have through
their committee, selected a lot on
which they intend to erect a building
to be jfsed as a hall. We hear the
question asked every day by persons
interested, "Will the business of this
valley be concentrated at the Depot?"
We answer that if we do as we should,
for the benefit of ourselves, and for
the advance Blent ofthe entire interest
of Nietos valley, tlie business will cen
ter at the city of Nietos. If we act
like men id - 'business capacity, ami
minds that rise above sectional preju
dices, we will all unite in working for
our common interest, as one common
people of Nietos valley, anil strike
hands at the city of Nietos, put our
shoulders to the wheel as one man, and
build up one business center that will
be the pride of our people, and form
a nucleus around which thousands
will gather, for there is no place on the
Pacific slope that offers superior ad
vantages to tlie valley of Los Nietos,
either in the fertility of its soil or the
hcallht'ulncss of its climate. As our
article is already too long, we will de
sist, but w ill discuss the subject more
fully iv the future. OBSERVER.
Tut: Currency.—The following Is
the official statement of United states
currency outstanding October Ist:
Old Demaud Note* s 7!i,712
Legal Tender Notes, new issue 75,78.1,101
Legal Tender Notes, series ufISW.... •MO.'.JI-L'Wtt
One veur Notes ui'litti.'i St,lil">
Two year Note* of lstis
Compound interest .Notes 31,100
fractional Currency, Ist issue 47:1,240
fractional Currency, 2d issue . 4,;ntt,i>!ii
fractional Currency,3d issue 5,4«4,4H8
Fractional Currency, 4tli " i-t ser. Lii,77 i,ttio
fractional Currency, fill " I'd ser. tf,.'CJ;(.!i.V>
fractional Currency, fill " 3d ser, 5,11)0,1(10
Total $ lll2,!l2.l,li:W
This is the greenback, or legal ten
der currency, in addition there is
tlie currency of tlie National Hanks,
amounting to about three hundred
ami titty millions more.
si.Al'(iHT In Ihtaclty.Octouer isib, 187:1, to
tin- v ite ol S. 11. Mlaughf, a son.
\I r -V NTED P. V A YOI' XG LA 1> V
T T Hoard and lodging in a private fam
ily. Unexceptionable reference! given, In
quire at the Hi:hai.i>otlice.
A VEST, WITH A POLICEMAN'S
NT AR- Soinrw here near Santa Anita.on
the Lon Angelexrood. Any person iindingii
will confer a favor nn.l lie rewarded for then
rouble, by leaving it at i in- H bkhlo ofllce.
INAUGURATION FESTIVAL AND BALL
TO HK OIVKN 11VT1IK
Los Angeles Rifles
AT LIX'K'S HALL,
Hatui iliiv , 0««t. HM7-:i.
Admission, (lentlemen ami Ladles, th Tick
els can he bud front members of tbeeotupany
Oc:>ltd_ THE COMMITTEE.'
TURN VEREIN HALL,
Tendered oy tue citizen t of Los Angela*
MADAME ANNA BISHOP
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 22.
Her llnal appearance in tbe city,
Mlt. AI.ICI4KI> WILKIK.
The English Tenor
MR. V» G.UOTTHCIIALK,
Tbe Eminent Rarilone
MU ICHA-INK j;
'i he Brilliant American Pianist, am
MR, DAVID NESEIKLI),
Who has kindly consented to assist on the
KSuAt this Concert Madame llishop am
Messrs. Willtle and (lottschalk w ill appear If
scenes IVoin the Opera ol LA SUNN AMLSI'I, V
Ailinissioli Om- Itollai
Reserved Seals till Cents Kxtri
Concert to commence at h o'clock.
HUT Sent < eim he secured at lirodrlck's 800 l
stoic. oe-.'l t I
FOR SALE TO LET.
E»L RANCHO OK LOS FELIZ,
lv The property of I.KON BALDWIN,
450 acres of irrigable land,
2500 acres of grazing land, and
l2ooncresof hill land,
4.. MILKS FROM TIIK cm .
There nre two large ami well furnished
liousfs. tntcd i■ i> witli all mod.an Improve
ments, on ilie ranch; one ot' which stands In
the center of a large ami beautiful garden, np
proached by a private road. The river tlows
at the loot of the meadows adjacent to the
house and game of e\ei.v kin.i is abundant all
liver trie ranch, Tbe Dairy is budt of brick,
ami has aeeoiiimodatioiis lor ..he milk of I m
eows,and Ihe corrals, slahles, OUt-bulldlngS,
etc., are all In perfect order. There are six
miles of good post ami plank fencing on the
property, and the situation is one of the love
lies] hi Soul hern < alil'oroia.
TKUMS une-third cash, one-third lv sl\
months, ami Ihe balance al one, two or three
yearn, bearing interest al one percent, per
mouth, at I he option of I he purchaser.
itw. The title lo the water for the Ifio acres of
Irrigable bind is absolutely perfect.
Toe titlcM the property W Alt it\.\TKD.
Apply to OEN. JOHN M. BALDWIN, Los
Augeles, or LEON BALDWIN, Los Feliz.
LAND FOR SALE.
LOCATED ABOUT TWO MILES
south of the Los Nietos Depot.
A splendidliO-.U'HK LOT Is ottered for gfOk
nale on the moat liberal terms. iPhe loca-JjGP
Hon is very desirable, and tbe land Is lv good
Last year il produced a crop of I la bushels of
corn to the acre. Any one who may desire to
purchase land in thai locality would do well
to inspect tins lot and examine this year's
crop,which has not been gathered. The sole
reason for sacrificing I his properly Is to meet
certain obligations Immediately. terms
one-hall cash, ami the halaiiee in one or two
Antn-ACRE TH a it, located on the line of
the railroad going east to Mud Springs, and
embraced in the nan Jose ltancho. This is a
most desirable piece of land, is in a lirs.'-nite
Arf\ condition; under fence, ami good Water
■Krlghtt oa which are growing in.noo grape
vlaei In a full bearing condition; has a large,
commodious DWELI.INU-HOI'SK; all to he
sold on easy terms, for particulars, apply to
P. C. TONNEIt, Spadn ' lo
ii. \V. MORGAN,
* TelOple Block, Spri n g XL, Los Angeles.
ONE LOT CONTAINING 1750-100
acres, situated in the northwest quarter
Ofthe lands of Los Angeles city. Price irVHI.
Inquire of [oc7-.iw] t'. A stohke.
A PURCHASER FOR TWO VAL
UABLE LUIS OK LAND, JftxUO teel
each, situated near the centre of the city,
which cost $;i'Jj last .lune, hut will lie sold for
fgfiO, on account of tbe owner going In Arizo
na. Inquire at this otlice, or iddres-. CASH,
P. 0, box »;is.
ONE LOT6OxIIIO, ON THE BELLE
vue Terrace Tract, near the Woolen Mill.
Easily Irrigated from the woolen Mill ditch.
Price ftoa Inquire of c. a. HTORKE.
A FIRST CLASS DRAFT TEAM,
consisting of two bright HAY houses, S
and 7 years old, gentle and well matched,
weight 1400 and 1470 lbs, respectively, ror fur
ther particulars, apply at the Harp and sham
rock Saloon, Main street,
ocli-ti JOHN CASHION.
ONE COTTAGE, 24x32—CON
tainiug li rooms, water, and sink in the
kitchen; newly painted; in a tine locality, ami
healthy, good neighborhood. I sit MxgOg, from
Hanscvain tothe street Jjack of It,there being
tWO fronts. Has a great number of hearing
orange, lemon, lime ami oilier fruit trees.
Price, 11,000. inquire of c. A. sTORKE, al
Hkhald office, oo7tf
For Sale Very Cheap.
j ()TS, BOTH IMPROVED AND
I J unimproved, in the business portion Slid
suburbs of the cit v. Apply to
oe.i lin M. WHALINti, Attorney.
A FIRST-CLASS. GOOD PAYING
4 V HI! AYIN I ■ HISINK.SS, solely on ac
counl ofthe proprietor going into other busi
ness. Eor full particulars, apply at this office.
This is a line opportunity for some one.
pURNISHED OR UNFURNISH-
I Ell--Two ro.niis iv one of Hid most pleas
mil localities iv the city, within three Minutes
walk of the Post.office, Inquire al the otlice
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Important to Winemakers
HPHE UNDERSIGNED BEO TO
I inform producers of wine that they can
place at their disposal a luaeliiue, patented
March 11, 1(173, for
by which means Ihe taste of newness and all
acidity Is destroyed, and the wines preserved
without future change. The process at once
HAKIM IT I.IKK A TIIKKK-YKAK ol.l) WINK, and
destroys the germs of fermentation.
ta%. l'riee. per Oullon. TU O 4'KNTN. <»v
M. A. LUQ,ITJ3T A CO.,Ln* Angeles.
PAGE & GRAVEL'S
New Carriage Shop.
OCR WORK IS UNE-pJßM
qualed hv any done on the Pa- SKSraSzl
After our excellence iv the best shops In the
Eastern states, and our experience on this
coast, we nre enabled to fulfil what we ad
ALL MATERIALS EKED ARE THE HEST
THE MARKET AEFORDS.
n . Repairs done neatly and with dispatch.
a&wAll work done here is warranted.
a«3. Prices Moderate. Call and see.
Corner Loa Angelas and Requena
"en) Streets, Los Angeles, [imip
If AM I LV CHAKTRES COFFEE
AND SPICE MILLS, No. so Los Ange
Keeps constantly on band ROAST AND
GROUND COFFEE of all kinds, Pepper, (lin
ger, Allspice, Cayenne, Cinnamon, Cloves,
Nutmegs, ami Fresh Ground California Mus
tard. Cokkrk fresh ground every morning.
Montana Meat Market.
HPHEODORE FRG2H LINGER.
*- The best am! tendered meats >"»..„.-,
in the market. None but the YOwI
Primost Beef and ffp'ttfrn -^i.fT
ever to be found. Note thi address—Montana
Meat Market, Maiuslreet near First, Los An
T7IFTH STREET, OPPOSITE/"A
X! .RINKS' CORRAL. f 1
HORSE-SHOEING AND PLOW WORK
done In the most workmanlike manner. The
very best materials reasonable.
Los Angeles City Water Co
T OCATION OF WORKS, CITY
lv ami County of Los Angeles, State of
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Los An
geles city Water Company will be held at the
otlice of the ('ompany,sl and .il Main street, in
the city of I.os Angeles, on MONDAY, NO
VEMBER 17, IH't, at 12 o'clock M., for the
election ofonloers for the ensuing year, and
for the transaction of such other business us
may be brought before the.meeting.
ocist.i EUGENE MEYER, Sec'jr,
CARPET WAREHOUSE COLUMN
HE THE —
Richest and Newest Patterns!
IN EVERY STYLE.
Of varied and choicest hues.
The Carpet Warehouse
Monday, October 6th, 1873,
-TO THE -
i j ™ k tvi i m iz m
htutiy occupied by I. H. Wkioiit *»• Co.
Thin iiißgnithvi.t M<>iv lihs licpii fiitlrvly
A FULL LINE OE THE
RICHEST FURNITURE COYERIN6S
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Rugs ar d Mats.
Plain and Striped Reps