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SUNDAY OCTOBER 20, 1873.
Trial by Jury.
The question of the advisability of
trial by Jury has long occupied the at
tention of eminent jurists. It is a fact
beyond contradiction that trials by
jury have more often defeated tho ends
of justice than they have aided them,
Especially in the United States is this
the case, and more particularly in Cal
ifornia. Disguise it as best it may be,
juries are influenced, "seen" and
bought every day. It is not a pleas
ant picture, yet a true one. Many a
man on his oath, which he would scorn
in other matters to diregard, holds
himself up to public derision on ac
count of the verdicts he acquiesces in.
Laura Fairs are acquitted; Stokes is
dragging slowly but surely toward
liberation; the law becomes a farce,
and the most solemn words of a con
scientious Judge a mockery in their
practical effect. Good men are chal
lenged and bad men allowed to decide.
Money is openly spoken of as a bar to
justice. Men say, "Oh, there is no
doubt that he committed the murder,
but he has got money; he will get off."
Can a more disgraceful state of things
exist than this? The United States
teem with corrupt corporations, rail
road schemes, and even corrupt city
councils; but at least her juries should
be clean. Juries are packed, and men
allowed to serve on them who have pri
vate reasons for being influenced out
side of the evidence. It may be a bold
idea, but it is not any the less a true
one, that were criminals tried before
three puisne Judges, whose judicial
knowledge had raised them to the
highest position the States can confer,
crime would be better checked and
criminals better punished. With the
abolition of juries, a disgraceful sys
tem of chicanery and corruption would
cease, and better days dawn in the fu
Railroads and Vested Rights.
The Chicago font, October 18th, pre
sents an editorial summary of a deci
sion recently given by Judge Mcßob
erts of the Circuit Court in and for the
town of Joliet, 111., in a ease entitled
the City of Joliet vs. the Chicago,
Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Com
pany, which is brimfull of interest.
The town brought suit to enjoin the
railway company from running their
trains over the streets and public
squares, me railway company plead
ed their franchise as giving them vest
ed rights. The Court held: 1, That a
railway company cannot have vested
rights in a franchise, and that the rule
in the famous Dartmouth College case
is now obsolete, so far as this, that it
does not apply to railway corpora
tions. 2. That there is no longer a
question that the Legislature has
the right to repeal the charter of the
railroad corporation, and to put it out
of existence whenever the public good
requires such legislation. 3. That a
court of chancery lias power to cause
the track of the particular railroad to
Of course this case will be taken to
the Supreme Court of Illinois, and if
judgment be affirmed there, it will
hardly stop at that, but be taken to
the Supreme Court of the United
States, on the ground that a railway
franchise does impart vested rights to
a corporation as well as to a college,
and that this judgment impairs the
obligation of a contract, and therefore
is in violation of the Constitution of
the United States. The future course
of the case will be most anxiously
watched by all persons interested in
the final determination ef the import
ant question involved.
It is oi'stomary iv the annual re
ports of the head* of departments to
state that ho much—generally from
55,000,000 to $7,ooo,ooo—has been ex
pened for Indian affairs; but the fact is
that more than three-fifths of the army
expenditures are on account of the In
dians. This year it has cost 146,000,000
to keep up the War office, and the sum
is increasing from year to year. Prob
ably $30,000,000 of the amount is to be
put to account of maintaining troops
in tho field and in forts for the sole
purpose of enforcing peace with, doing
justice to and proectting Indian tribes
against bad whites.
No news. Farmers are busy husk
ing corn. Rain is looked for anxious
ly. From present indications, farm
ing will be largely increased the com
ing winter and spring, caused from
the remunerative prices realized by
farmers this fall.
As far as the trial of Marshal Baz
aine has progressed it presents nil
case as much against him as his worst
enemy could wisli it. He has furnish
ed noevidenee to justify his failure to
cut bis way out through the lines of
The official vote of Sacramento coun
ty at the judicial election, shows that
McKinstry received 1,804 votes;. Dwi
nille 1,014; Brunson, 996; KcKee, 161.
This gives McKinstry a majority of
790 over Dwinelle, 1,143 over McKee,
aud 129 over both of them.
The Howe Sewing Machine Compa
ny has opened a splendidly furnished
office at No. 0 Commercial street. Mr.
Campbell, the enterprising agent for
the firm, will transact the Company's
business in Los Angeles, aud be
happy to impart information to all
persons in need of this family comfort.
Any one having belting, or being
able to furnish belting for machinery,
will find a market and confer a favor,
by leaving a notice at the HERALD
F.YCMSIVF.I.Y TO THE II lltAl.ll.
Heavy Specie Shipment.
$3,000,000 in Silver to be Thrown
The National Board of Trade
INDICTKD for libel.
Charges against Cabinet Officers.
Yellow Fever in Memphis.
New York, Oct. 25.—The specie
shipment! to-day consisted of $39,210
in silver bars and $12,000 in gold.
There is no bank statement to-day.
A Washington dispatch says the
amount of silver to lv- put out next
week will be between two and three
millions, and should the demand ex
ceed this the Secretary will issue
Thomas Finn who lias been locked
up in Jersey City since last July, for
killing Eugene Aters, died of starva
The Kings County Grand Jury in
dicted Whltlaw Reitl, Charles A.
Dana anil "Wylie, for alleged libel on
Judge McCue, Donny A. Clark and
Kingsley of the Brooklyn bridge
case notoriety. In the case of Shanks,
city editor of the Tribune, the case
was adjourned till Tuesday.
It is rumored that the State Treas
urer and District Attorney of Albany
were in the city last evening looking
for the accomplice of Phelps, the de
faulting cashier, and expect to se
cure $140,000 of the missing money.
Another notable contested will case
has come before the courts, tieorge
Hardin, an Irishman, formerly an im
porter of Irish linens, and recently an
operator in stocks, died intestate on
the oth of March, 1872, leaving a wife
bnt no children, and an estate worth a
million and a half in stocks, bonds
and other personal property.. After
his death, a man by the name of Trow
bridge, and his widow Elizabeth Har
din, took out letters of administration
of the estate which is now claimed by
nephews and grand-nephews, on the
ground that he was never legally mar
ried— that be merely placet! the ring
on the woman's linger and culled her
CHICAGO, Oct. 25.—The National
Board of Trade assembled this morn
ing. The President announced that
the Executive Council had re-elected
Tharcs Randolph Treasurer and Sec
retary, and bad designated Baltimore
as the next place of meeting. The
subject of finance was then taken up.
Rouse, of Boston, made an extended
address, urging the necessity and
ability to resume specie payment on
the day fixed. He moved an amend
ment to the 3d section, that Treas
ury notes ceased to be legal tenders
except for dues to the United States,
after the date of resumption of specie
payments, July 1, 1577.
Dore, of Chisago, read statistics to
prove the need of the present volume
of currenccy. Taylor, of Cincinnati,
thought that Government should go
out of the banking business. John
A. Gang, moved that, without final
action on financial and transportation
questions,—when the Board adjourned
it do so to meet in Raltimore on the
second Tuesday in July next.
St. Lous, Oct 25. —A pamphlet has
appeared here, purporting to have
emanated from John W. Wright, of
Washington, formerly Indian Agent,
and against whom indictments were
found, in a criminal court last March,
for forging vouchers upon which a
number of Indian claims were paid
by the Interior Department. The
pamphlet charges the United States
Government with prosecuting him
unjustly, and implicates Attorney
General Williams and the Secretary
of the Interior in a scheme to rob him
of his property to satisfy groundless
Memphis, Oct. 25.—The weather
is thick, cloudy, damp and gloomy at
noon to-day. Deaths are 25 from yel
low fever and other causes. Ten
nurses arrived from New Orleans last
night, and are all on duty this morn
ing, and there is yet a demand for
more. Dr. E. White is dead.
Coixmhus, Oct. 25.—The official
returns from all but one county in
sures the election of all the Republi
can State ticket except Governor.
"Washington, Oct. 26.—Thomas S.
Holland and Roland R. Crocker are
appointed Internal Revenue Store
keepers for tlie First District of Cali
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS.
KXCLVMYSLY io TIIK iii:haij>.
—■- 1 ■ - — f 0
Knee* The Lev-llrothcrtoii CM
Ileal Hod}' Found ArreOe I lor
San Francisco, Oct. -•"»•
Sam PUrdy won the rnce at the Ag
ricultural Park to-day. there was v
very large attendance.
Mr. Cummlnga, the foreman of the
Hisilon Iron Works, bad his right hand
terribly mutilated, to-day through
being caught in the machinery.
In the ease of B. M. Lee, attorney,
indicted for aiding the Brotheitons to
escape, the motion to set aside the in
dictment because of bias on the part
ofthe last Gmltd Jury against the ac
cused, was denied. Lee pleaded not
guilty. He will be tried next week.
'The .new bark Vesuvius, which
arrived to-day, was 319 days from Al
exandria, Va., having experienced
very rough weather on most of tin
The body of an unknown man was
found at Lake Honda to-day, with a
bullet hole through the head. A pis
tol was found by his side. It is sup
posed that he committed suicide.
A young man who gave his name as
A. H. Dashlelt) and pretended to be a
correspondent of tlie New York Her
ald, who came to this city a few
months since cut quite a swell, got
heavily In debt, and was to-night ar
rested on the complaint of a man
named Steele, for obtaining money on
Following are the truusretlons at Hie Morn
Ophir Ol j Meadow Valh'v....sH
Gould A Curry 11% Raymond A F.ly...|W^
& AII 6"„ Eureka Con Ml
Savage *7)j Alps i' 4
(hollar 41 American Flag »2
Hale a Norcross sis Belmont 7'^
Crown Point 10"> Newark 4')g
Yellow Jacket 58K Kentucky :P- M
Imperial Va Hermese n%
Empire I Kvc Patch h>2
Kentuck Hi Cat Hill *4
Helcher .liss, Carolina ."!'„
Confidence S* Hi Patrick .r 4
Con Virginia 4l! , 4 Golden Chariot -J3
Sierra Nevada U Mahogany i\' t
Kxchcluier SK OriK Hidden Treas :t
Daney I" Ploche 5!»
Tyler iio«' Jnckson 31
Central No. in Buckeye 1
Alpha :i"i Kossuth iv
Swgßelcher M silver Hill 10
Overman 17 Globe yi
succor :i N. Y. Con 5i
.' art Ice B>j Franklin 1
ullu ira American Flat 4}<J
t aledonia iti 7 „ Woodvllle i;,
Globe 76c Full-mount :p.
Itallimoie l!'.. I'nlonCon l'.J
Knickerbocker 2 ; „ Central .....l:t
A. A I' \% Eclipse.* toi
I tab 2L Hock Island %
Eldorado Soutli .I''J, Hayes I*
Railroad Meet ins Nteamer in-lain c.l
San Diego, Oct. 20.
To-day's Union contains a special
telegram, as follows: "Th c stockhold
ers of the California and Texas Rail
way Construction company assembled
in special meeting In this city at noon
yesterday. The meeting was adjourned
until next week in consequence of the
absence of Col. Thomas A. Scott, who
was expected to arrive in time to be
present. Col. Scott is a passenger from
Europe on tho steamer Ohio, on the
Philadelphia line, ami will arrive here
about the 26th instead of the 18th. No
business was transacted ut tlie meeting
The Pacific Mail steamer Arizona ar
rived here at 7 this morning. The de
lay was caused by coining to anchor
after leaving San Francisco for 18
hours on account of fog. She brought
37 passengers, and sailed at noon for
Panama, taking 118 tons of New York
The Orizalla sailed at G p. m. for San
Francisco, with the follow ing passen
gers: Mrs. J. Tasker, Mrs. Treat and
daughter, W. W. Stewart, Col. Robert
Morrow, Miss Tinim, Mrs. M. Clough,
Mrs. Breed and son, J. Higgins, L. F.
Baker, L. B. Wilson, F. L. Otis, A. E.
Horton, Madame Anna Bishop and
troupe, Mrs. Bo wen, T. GalTney, P. W.
Packard, J. Well, Miss Brooks, L. Du
plex, F. Alvarado, J. M. Asher, Mrs.
YVoltskill, M. Aguerre, M. Orchurton,
J. McUuirk, J. P. Thompson, J. Mon
tague, P. Bacca.
Confidence Man Arrested Lumber.
Anaheim, Oct. 24.
A young man named \V. G. Bailey,
claiming to be a partner in the firm of
Bailey it Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, who
has been staying in this place for some
months, and leading a dissipated life,
was to-day arrested in San Bernardino,
upon a charge entered against him for
forging the name of A. O. Burt & Co.,
of Cincinnati, Ohio, for $000, upon
which draft Bailey had received the
sum of $10, through the hands of Mr.
Heinman, of the firm of Heinman A
George. Said draft WM drawn on Don
ohoe, Kelly & Co., of San Francisco,
which upon investigation proved to be
forged. A complaint was entered caus
ing the arrest of Bailey us above
The schooner Caroline Medan arriv
ed with one hundred aud ten thousand
feet of lumber for Halberstadt & Co.,
of Anaheim Landing, successors to
the late firm of Langenberg & Co.
Hotel Burned A Polya-amlst at Lib
erty Lieut, Fred. Wrnnt t'omiiiir
Salt Laks, Oct. 2. r >.
The Cliff House, a leading hotel,
took fire late last night and burned
all but the lower story. Loss, about
forty thousand dollars, partially insur
ed in eastern companies.
Hawkins, who iiutl two polygamous
wives, und was prosecuted by ids lirst
wife for adultery in tho District Court,
anil was convicted ami sentenced to
three years in the penitentiary, obtain
ed his liberty yesterday by a judg
ment of the Supreme Court, based on
the Englebreeht decision, that the
United Stales Marshal cannot serve
a venire in the ease under the statutes
Of the Territory.
Lieut. Fred. Chant, sou of the Pres
ident, arrived here last night and Is
the guest of Gen. Morrow, at Camp
t o.ivicte.iol .Murder Neiiienee.l l.»oe
VIBALtA, Oct. 25.
In the District Court yesterday, the
ease of Pablo Martinez, the Torco who
killed Charles White last May by stab
bing bim with a huge bowie-knife,
was submitted to the jury at 10 p, m.
In one hour the jury returned a verdict
of guilty of murder In tbe lirst degree.
He was sentenced to bo hanged on
Friday, December sth. He was totally
unmoved, saying "All right."
Weather quite cold and the nights
Nen Quartz Mill Death Sentence
The Modia.' prisoners passed through
hereon a special train to-night, <>n
their way east, ami expect to reach
Ogden to-morrow. The prisoners are
feeling greatly tlepivssetl. A large
crowd juuhiTod at the depot, anil in
dttlgatj in all kiiulsof Indian gesticu
lations and war-whoops.
-. itKi.LiuTtN, Nev.Jis,
The new A just com|)letetl by the
McMahoi, ~ went into ope rat ion to
day . Tl) machinery seems to run lUC
cessfuli;, md gives satisfaction to all
]iarties concerned. E. B. Dickinson
lias been appointed superintendent of
Hamilton, Oct. 20.
Matheny was to-day sentenced to be
hanged on Friday, December 19, The
prisoner received his sentence Without
betraying the least emotion. He has
sent for a Catholic priest, und is pre
paring for death. An effort is being
made to obtain executive clemency,
Which, it is generally believed, will
GILKOY, Oct. IT).
A Spaniard named Jose Maria Es
pano/a, charged with a murder com
mitted at Soloville a few days since,
was arrested near here this morning by
Deputy-Sheriff Hinman, and lodged in
Pico House.—Wm. R. Olden, An
aheim, J. E. Bowe, London; Sam.
Dayton, La Cygne, Kan.; James F.
Stoneberg, W. E. Rogers, Sun Fran
cisco; Mrs. T. Wallace More and child,
Bella Ualon.—R. H. Oilman, Ana
heim; L. M. Holt, Petaluma; Henry
C. Roberts, San Gabriel Mines; D.
Lyon, Los Alanietos; A. Y. Gate, W.
R. Hettinger, Ban Gabriel; Wm. Sippy,
S. P. R. R.; Jas. B. Lankershini, San
Francisco; O. J. Justice, Sun Gabriel
Mines; Thomas Waulkingshaw, Win.
Levick, Anaheim; F. Ruis, Santa Bar
United Sates.—John Maxy, Arizona;
B. Bennorscheidt, Carl Benuerseheidt,
Anaheim; W. H. Spurgeon Santa
Ana; J. Blum, Santa Cruz; A. B, Hor
gan, Arizona, J. B. Barclay, Wilming
ton; H. A. Wilson, Anaheim; L.
Wartenbeig, Analieiin; L. H. Lower,
YARNELL—In Los Angeles, October 28th, to
the wife ol Jesse Ynrnell, a son.
WEH MEYER—on Tuesday, October 21, to the
wife of H. Wehtnoyer, a daughter.
MACY—Sunday, October 11), lo the wife of
obed Mucy ,*u daughter.'
BENNERSt HEIDT—On Tuesday, October 21,
to tin; wife of .1. Rennerscheldt, a daughter.
RADFORD—HOLLAND—In Loa*Angeles, Oc
tober $L by Rev. J. M. Campbell, Thomas
Radford to Miss Sarah Holland, both ot Sun
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highest state of perfection of the Sewing Ma
chine yet produced, and its sales are constant
ly.inereaslng throughout the World,
140 Sold in Los Angeles County
IX ONE YEAR.
Second hand Machines
'fit ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Sold Cheap for Cash, and Repaired.
The Howe Machine Co's Sewi.no Ma
chines have become celebrated the world
over. The work done on these machines Is un
surpassed—sewing the thinnest material and
the heaviest goods with equal facility, and re
quiring no extra adjusting for uneven thick
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The Attachments for Hemming, Felling,
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give any trouble In operating. They are the
oldest established iv the world (Mr. Howe
being the original inventor), and are in ad
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line for each insertion, or 10 cents per line lor
three Insertions. No advertisement under
this head taken tor less than Sj cents.]
"lITANTED—FIVE WOMEN TO
tt sew carpets. At thelCnrpei Warehouse
—79 Main street, Downey Block. oc-'lli
WANT En—l jEATH ER B E LT
INO—at ihe HERALD OFFICE.
XIfANTED—SIO,OOO TO LOAN ON
?T notes, in sums of 1100 to M6S, Apply
to B. H. BLAUOHT,
\VT ANTED—A RENTER FOR 240
▼ T acres of land. Possession given Ittv
tnedlatcly. Apply to S. 11. sI.AI'HHT.
WANTED— MONEY TO LOAN
on good security at 1 to 2 iter cent, per
inodth. Apply to H. H. SLACOHT.
"fIT ANTED—LADIES TO BUY
TT Parasol-,Shawls, and all Ihey want
lor Fair time, at Mrs. .1. K. SMALL'S, Spring
s-i'cet, opposite TempleJlaiik- nciß 'M
WANTED— LADIES TO BUY A
lull.stock of Hosiery, Gloves, Fans,
etc., at Mis. .1. K. S.MAI.I.'S, Hprituf Btroot,op
jsisite Temple Hank.
TITANTEI')- A SITUATION BY A
tt inlddle-aged man. to take can- of an
orchard, where Ihe place Is suitable for keep
his; poultry, Hut small wastes will he required,
Address "(!. (•." at this office. ociK.'il
\\T ANT ED—LADIES TO BU V A
T T a lull outfit nt M US. SMALL'S, Spring
Street, opposite Temple Bunk. oclii :it
\ITANTKD— BY A YOU NO LADY
t T —Board and lodging in a private fam
ily, Unexceptionable references given. In
quire at the Hkkai.o offlee.
W ANTED—A WOMAN TO DO
general housework. Apply at flrsl
house on Main, south of Fourth st. ocTlf
W A NT E D—SEVERA L DAY
BOARDERS can Hud good accommo
dation* al Mils. BACKMAN'S, Spring street,
near Flrsl. "C.'ltf
W ANTED—TWO OB THREE
DAY BOARDERS can be acoommo
dated'wlth nrat-clasa bosnl at (X>L. PEEL'S.
\\ T ANTEI)--D WE LLI NO- HOUSE
T T suited to a small family, and not more
than one utile from the court-house. Address
H. C, Heii a I.l>office, slating price und loca
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Tio: Mosr eoMt'i.KTK
Book and Job Printing Establishment
ON THE PACIFIC COAST,
BS, Orders from the country promptly tilled.
Importers and dealers In
News. Book and Bill Head Paper. Etc..
Mttstionery, i Hank Hooka,
Legal, Letter aud Note Paper, Envelope- of
every description, writing and
Copying inks, Copying Press
es and Hooks, Pencils,
Pens, Etc., Etc.
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DEPOT AT LOUIS MESMER'S
WINE CELLAR,underneath Ihe U.S.
Hotel. Wine by the Glass, Bottle or Gallon.
All kinds ot'
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
nt wholesale and retail.
The public of Los Angeles are hereby noti
fied that no other person In Los Angeles ~bul
Louis Mesioer lias wines trom Ihe (locomongn
ranches. J. L. HANHEVAIN.
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rpHE UNDERSIONED BEG TO
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Furniture bought or sold on Commission.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Congregation li'tini H'rlth will he
held ai the synagogue building,on Fort street,
oh SUNDAY,October SJ, at 7 P. M., for the
purpose of electing officers for Ihe ensuing
ycur. Also, for adopting the new constitution
und by-law-, and to transact other business of
Importance. All members are requested to
attend. By o der.
I. W. HELLMAN, President.
MieilAKi. LIVY, Secretary.
Express copy. oeliltd
A VEST, WITH A POLICEMAN'S
STAH—Somewhere near Santa Anlta.on
the l.os Angeles road. Any person tinning it
will confer a favor aud be rewarded for their
double, by leaving it at the HKHllt.n office.
I. B. FERGUSON'S
Is the Exclusive Commission House to
K'O to for Kverytliing Yon Want.
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JONES' CORRAL. 1 B
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done in Ihe most workmanlike manner. The
very best materials used.'Charges reusonablo.
Shop on First Street,
Hctweeo Main nnd Spring, tsM Angeles.
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FOR SALE TO LET.
U<L RANCHO DX LOS PELTZ,
Ed Tho property or fcBON BALDWIN,
450 acres of irrigable land,
2900 acres of grating land, and
1200 acres of hill land,
K% MILEH FROM THE I ITY.
There sw Nm large and well fnmlahed
houses, fitted up with 'ill modern Improve
ments,oti the ranch; one of which stands lv
tin' ecui in if a huge and beaut iful garden, ap
proached by a private road. The river Hows
at the foot of ihe meat lows adjacent to the
linuse.nnd game of every knul is abundant all
over the ranch. The Dairy Is built of brick,
and has accommodations for ..he milk of i."
cows,and Ihe eorruls, stables, out-bulldlnga,
etc., arc all in perfect order. Then' are six
miles of good post and plank fencing on the
property, and the situation Is one of the love
lies! In Hunt hern I 'atifornia.
terms one-lhird cash, one-third in sis
monl lis, and Ihe balance al one, two or three
years, bearing Interest at one per cent, per
month, at the option of the purchaser.
_,»„ The title lo the Water for Ihe -I'm acres of
Irrigable land is absolutely perfect.
The litleto the property WARRANTED.
Apply to GEN. JOHN M. BALDWIN, !.<>s
Angeles, or LEON BALDWIN, Los Pells.
LAND FOR SALE.
LOCATED ABOUT TWO MILES
south ofthe i.os Nletos Depot.
A splendid 00-AC RE LOT Is offered (or gjM
sale on the most liberal terms. The locll-_E
Ron Is very desirable, and the laud Is in good
Lust year it produce,! a crop Of 115 bushels of
corn to the acre. Any one wiio may desire to
purchase land in Ibis locality would do well
to Inspect Ibis lot nnd examine this year's
crop, which has not been gathered. The sole
reason for sacrificing this property Is to meet
certain obligations Immediately. TERMS—
one-half cash, and the balance lv one or two
' An 80-ACRE Tit At' T, located on the line ot
the railroad going east to Mud Springs, und
embraced in the Sun .lose Rancho. This Is v
moat desirable piece of land, is in a first-rate
Ask condition; under ftmoe, nnd good water-
JDright; on which nre growing [0,080 grape
vines in a full bearing condition; bus a large,
commodious DWELLINO-HOUHE; all to be
sold on easy terms. For particulars, apply to
P. C. T( INNER, Spadra.or to
«, W. MORGAN,
• Temple lllock, Spring St., Los Angeles.
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ONE LOT CONTAINING 17 80-100
acres, situated iii the northwest Quarter
ofthe lands of Los A ngeles city. Price 95110.
Inquire of [007-3w] C. A STORK E.
A PURCHASER FOR TWO VAL
UABLE LOTH of LAND, MxUN feel
each, situated near the centre of Ihe city,
which cost f)QS last .Mine, but will be sold for
J2.SI, on account of the owner going to Arizo
na. Inquire at this office, or address cash,
P. 0. box 648. oclt.tf
U(\ ACRES OF LAND, NEAR
v 7 \ " the city, with a good house, nnd water
from city tanjaa. Apply at BRODRICK'H
Hook Store. QClOtf
ONE LOT 60x160, ON THE BELLE
vueTerrace Tract, near the Woolen MID.
Easllv Irrigated from Ihe Woolen Mill ditch.
Price HOP. Inquire of c. A. HTORKE.
A FIRST CLASS DRAFT TEAM,
consisting of two bright HAY HOUSES,;",
and 7 years old, gentle and well matched,
weight 1400 and 1570 lbs, respectively. For fur
ther particulars,apply at the Harp and .sham
rock Saloon, Main street.
oel-l-tf .IQHN CASUION.
Rooms to Rent.
HANDSOMELY FURN TS H ED
rooms to let to gentlemen and their
stives, or to single gentlemen. Also, :i rooms
communicating; suitable for four or six gen
tlemen, Inquire over Wilson's, on Main, be
tween Flrsl und Second sts. 0C!I4*8I
ONE COTTAGE, 24x82—CON
tiiiningti rooms, water, and sink In the
kitchen; newly painted; in a flue locality, und
healthy, good neighborhood. l,ot 60x3110, from
Ransevaln to the street back of It, there being
two fronts. Has a great number of Hearing
orange, lemon, I line and oilier frail trees.
Price, 51,000. Inquire of c. a. ntorke, at
Hekai.d office. ocTlf
For Sale Very Cheap.
10TB, BOTH IMPROVED AND
A unimproved, in the business portion ami
suburbs of the city. Apply to
o, l-lin M. WHALING, Attorney.
A FIRST-CLASS. GOOD PAYING
DHAYING BUSINESS, solely on ac
count of the proprietor going into other busi
ness. For full particulars, apply at this office.
Tills is a line opportunity for some one.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
PIRBT CLASS HOTEL,
FOR TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS,
Centrally Located Frontage on
The «KST Table.
The HIOHT Houuis,
The BEST Accommodation*.
0e2,1-lmlp CHAS. KNQWLTON, Prop'r.
Montana Meat Market.
JL The best and tenderest incuts
In the market. None but ihe
Primest Beef and Mutton^JuSL.
ever to bo found. Note the address—Montana
Meat Market, Main street near First, Los An
THIRST STREET, LOS ANGELES.
Fine Lager Beer for sale
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
oc'-'-lmlp JOS. IJSIBER, Proprietor.
k5 OPPOSITE U. s. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WINES, the choicest CIGARS,
and the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of San Francisco.
NT Temple Block, next to Wells, Forgo A
Com pa nys othce. oca- In 11 s
13 N. ROTH & CO.
A • NO. 4.i MAIN STREET.
Wholesale and retail dealers In
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Provisions, Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars and
HARP AND SHAMROCK
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PUR
CHASED tbe above business, and will
keep on hand none bill the PUREST AND
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKIES,
Eiitflisli and Scotch Ales.
American Uoiirbon sail Ityc,
Hainan Cigars, elc.
CEAD MILLE FAILTHE.
OOftf 110 Main stieet, Los Angeles.
CARPET WARE HOUSE COLUMN
Richest and Newest Patterns!
IN EVERY STYLE.
Ol varied a ii.l choicest hues.
The Carpet Warehouse
Monday, October 6th, 1873,
I * II E M I H E S
Lately occupied by J, H. WaioUT A Co.
This magnificent store has been entirely
I* BN< )VAT E1 >
A FULL LINE OF THE
RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Rugs and Mats.
(New Styles,) ,
Plain and Striped Reps
AARON SMITH, J
CARPET WAREHOUSE. §