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CJITY ATVI> HtJBTJItHH.
■db Every style of Painting and (Hazing
done in the highest style of art,nnd ut raason
■hie rates, by c. Raphael * Co,
gar All men ought to know that all kinds of
gentlemen's Clothing will be made with neat
ness ami dispatch by a regular bailor. The
making and trimming of Woolen Mill ploth
Isaspeclalt) at D. w. Fit spat rick's, corner of
Court anil Spring streets. ••'
MT J, Colin keeps line Havana and pomes'
tie Cigars. No. (Jl Main street, Downey,* block,
Thompson jt fjerson's saloon.
»*" Los Aug ties county, wherever known,
Is acknowledged to be an earthly paradise.
Here we haveperpetual summer, Fruits ripen,
and flowers bloom the year round. liv! chief
among its many advantage is ( heap living.
McDonald's Restaurant.on Uoiumercful street,
is the best. One trial of tin' nice Coffee, Tea,
Tenderloin steak. Fresh Kggs and Hunch But
ter, proves that It is the host place lv town,
single meals, 'Mi cents.
The melancholy days havecotne,
The saddest of the year—
Of weeping winds and walling woods,
And meadows brown and sere.
Hut nature has'one recompense
She never had beforej
For ail the people <• une for clocks,
At Fisher A Co's store.
u%. The tide of Immigration Is steadily Net
ting in, and the first thing eastern people do
Is to throw away their New York Hats anil buy
a new one of DlOSMovn. They say there Is no
comparison between the two.
J. L. Ward Is agent for Swan's Ale,
the best on the coast.
Don't forget Fenton's benefit to
night at the theatre.
Only one team of assorted merchan
dise left the city yesterday. Its desti
nation is San Bernardino*
The Are company had an excellent
drill last evening, but a poor attend
ance. Members roll up.
Many thanks to the gentlemen in
charge of the different departments at
the depot for various courtesies.
The Mohongo was telegraphed at
San Pedro at half-past two yesterday
afternoon. The passengers arrived in
the city about six P. M.
Fifty-one pipes of wine will be des
patched iv a few days to San Fran
cisco. A great portion of this ship
ment is already at the depot.
From 800 to 1000 dry hides are await
ing shipment from the house of H.
Newmark & Co. They are consigned
to their house in New' York.
An interesting lettcrfrotn Wilming
ton is held over until to-morrow's is
sue ; also an excellent .communication
on irrigation from Oliver T. Justice of
In the District Court, in the case of
Jaurequi vs. Leonis, which has been
on trial for the past two day a special
verdict was brought in in favor of the
There was no gold report yesterday
on account of the wires being down
during banking hours. The last quo
tations received are gold, 108J; green
backs, 92Af" 93.
A writer at Anaheim claims that ir
rigated alfala land yields twelve tons
of hay to the acre, and speaks of 1,000
sheep being kept on forty acres of al
falfa for one year.
Thirty-seven thousand four hundred
and seventy-eight pounds of wool,
making one hundred and nineteen and
a half hales were shipped on the last
steamer to San Francisco.
Steamer Mohongo arrived last even
ing with 86 passengers, 228 tons of
freight and U2 blooded sheep lor Los
Angeles. It departs for San Diego
this morning, at IO o'clock a. m.
A critical examination of the oil
springs of Los Angeles county, lo
cated ut San Fernando, has just been
completed by an "old Pennsylvania
operator," with satisfactory results.
The first three pipes of brandy were
sent to the depot yesterday from the
Los Angeles Refinery. It will be re
membered that the distillery was
burnt down, re-erected, and has not
been long in operation.
Thi? steamer Constitution will prob
ably take the Nevada's place and make
the next trip from San Francisco to
Panama, leaving the former port No
vember 4th. She will not stop at San
"Jake" Baer and Charles Walden
are doing a first class oyster business.
They receive large shipments every
steamer. Their abode is on the corner
of Los Angeles and Commercial streets
and there is no climbing up stairs
I t is said that Bennett of the Ben
nett House at the El Monte drove his
wife and children out of his house the
night before last, with a pistol and a
bowle knife. Our informant states
that Mrs. Bennett and her children
arrived in tho city yesterday bare
footed and bare-headed.
Mr. Wolfenstein's .show-case ut tho
foot of the Temple Block stairs, is full
of new and beautiful photographs.
They really deserve inspection. Most
of them are exquisitely tinted, and
executed in a new style culled " The
Elite." The process brings out the
picture like an easy sketch, and is a
great contrast to some of the old, stiff
photographs everyone is so familiar
Julius Deter, aged _8 years, a native
of Grabow,| Mecklenburg, Germany,
a cooper in the employ of Koehler &
.. Froeiiling, went Into a fermenting vat
this afternoon with the intention of
cleaning it. After l.eing one minute
iv the vat he felt the effect of the car
bonic acid, which he was obliged to
breathe, and called for help. An In
dian at once responded, but he almost
met with the same fate, and returned
immediately. Then three more of the
men went to his rescue and all had to
return, soon feeling the influence of
the carbonic acid. Mr. Koehler him
self at this point arrived, went into
the vat and raised the man out; but he
had ceased to breathe. Dr. Kurtz was
immediately called, who kept up arti
lloialjrespiration, and for.four hours re
sorted to ill tiie means possible to re
vive the asphyxiated man, but all in
vain; he was dead. A Coroner's Jnrj
was linnlly ■summoned and rendered a
Proposed Foot Itaee.
Robert Burnett has offered a prize
of $50 for a foot race of a mile, to be
competed for at the meeting of the
Agricultural Association. Doubtless
that body will accept this generous
offer, which is most creditable to the
donor and an instance of public spirit
seldom met with. There are several
very fine runners in this county, and
' a large number of entries may be ex
pected. Foot-racing is more of a
Scottish and English sport than an
American one, perhaps, although in
eastern Colleges it has many devotees.
The time between, now and the races
is rather limited to get men,tit nnd in
good condition, but if the race takes
place on the last day of the meeting,
competitors will have less difficulty in
coming to the post in good training.
Election Returns—Official Count.
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202 92 110 Hill
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Justices ol' the Pence.
Following is the vote for Justices of
the Peace in Los Angeles township.
Ist W'd. 2il WH. 3d W'd. Total.
Gray 171 387 288 790
Tratlord 264 667 303 1126
Griffin 11 85 48 144
Ayers 81 237 8* 371
Conry 8 86 17 80
Clarke 9 10 0 31
Holman 10 93 100 208
Cain 3 14 14 31
The vote for Justices of the Peace in
the various townships:
Bailey 137 Mossman 130
Henning 70 Paul Shlller 34
Houghton 88 Williamson 29
Thompson 39 Wiley 04
Settle 82 Wolf 104
Houghton 28 Wolf 8
Thompson 40 Williamson 16
Settle 8 Wiler 11
Lower 1 Jenkins 27
U.K. Thomas...2B Dr. Howe 6
Hopper 94 Oruy 84
Qufntl 38 Anderson 32
Hopper 33 Gray 8
Howe 28 | Lower 3
I,A BAM .ON A.
Young 28 | Machado 28
Gordon 29 I Woodman 13
Justice 22 | Barnes 31
McCanis 64 St rat ton 61
Bush 1 Forney 3
SAN OABRIKL MININO.
Gordan 13 I Justice 4
Woodman 16 | Barnes 1
Wright 17 | Martin 64
Following Is a list of Imports from Sail Fran
cisco, received at the depot, • id. 29, markedr*
No Pkgs No. Iks.
A B 1 X A Co 9
A Slitter A Co 7 L I.lclitcnbergci I
A Junge ' I. Laaay 2
A Pnrtugiil ">! LA Co 27
A J cox SI I, Jltose 120
A S Mop 1 1. Micliain 11
A I. Friedman f LaCronieu 2
B A L 15 M A Co ... 6
B A II "59 Mis X O Holmes 2
B a C -t Mrs s Dailey l
0 X Miles i Mrs M Parks 2
0I)C1 3 W B 7
C Fhihr I M W C 72
0 II Basil :i M Byron 4
0 1' 29 N J 47
c Dockweiler I N Bros 1
C A X 1 O li Deck A Co 2
Dotter A Lord 22 Poultry Market 10
Dr l) it Oregory i r Roddy il
c L i i*P 3
EAA2 P A G S
F Duprat t P W A Co —
F Bros 38 PH 40
F 1* Howard 2 HS 40
(i Irwin 4 It A « 62
0 Ii ACo — R A 00 1
Q Hinds 1 111. « 21
ti B X i it Leon 2
(i J 5 KPN 6
H D B Jc Co 41 H A B 7.1
H A R 350 8 J S B 1
H N C Co 371 S Mover 3
H HA Co 214 S Hellman 1
H 2 Star Office 17
Herald U S LA Co 6
H A J » sstoll 2
J A li Ilfgt !o 8
J M A Co 13 P E R 3
J Bernard 2 T A U . r >
1 M 1' Ton* Wo 17
J H Burke 4 V Beaudry 2
.1 B S A Co I V H A Co 2
J C 10 W Bros B
J I. Beckrup 1 W W Harding 1
J 0 4 W McDonald 11
J Harris 3 W Abbott 1
J M Foy 2 W A X 8
I Hohleslnger i V W L 6
J Lei her I W F A Co 4*
J V I Total lons 228.
.1 I, Williams 1 80 Passengers.
X W ,i 02 Sheep.
Sun Francisco Markets—By Telegraph.
San Francisco, Oct. 29.
FLOP R—-Extra nnd Jobbing lots, «6 5053
(1 871.,; Niiperllne, 35 ADAS 7.i.
WHEAT—Firm at 82 2 30 ; 2,000 sks fair mill
inn $2 20.
BARLEY -500 sks coast feed, II 200 do
hay feed, $150; I 60 choice old brewing, 81 70;
new brewing Is wanted ut SI OOMI 65.
oats—Quotable at |l «toil so.
POTATOES -The range for all kinds Is 85c
CORN-Yellow, 81 37!^.
CORN MEAL—Jobbing lots 1%.
HONEY—Choice Southern, in comb,
27!4c; strained. MMo in bulk, and 37 SBflJti 50 In
case of two dozen glass Jars.
BEKBWAX-17V s cKl*.
BEANS —Bayou, 8c f, lb; small white and
pea, 4; butter, ty,; red and pink, 2%.
KYE-Ordinary, 31 60; choice, bl.
COTTON—California Is nominal at 18c.
WOOL—Dull at 1821 c.
HIDES—Dry, iy«10c; Bfi»9V»e ¥
DAIRY PRODUCTS— Fancy lots fresh roll
butter are held at 62' ..c against 70c at tlds time
last year. The price of Steele's cheese has been
raised to 17c, and other dairies sympathise.
California eggs are wanted uts7'.;Jc dozen.
Tim following Is the list of Exports In the
Depot of the Los Angeles and S. P. R. H
Biandv, bbjl 6.1 Beans, scks 30
Bullion, bars 300 Hair, bales 1
Walnuts, scks 9 Wool, bales 30
Castor Beans, sks 28 Barley, sacks 29
Wine, pipes '25 Rye, sks Xt»
Fruit, pkgs 48
Shipments per Orizaba, Oct. 24:
Brandy, bbls 2 Tobacco, cases 7
Wine, bbls 10 Borax,cases 03
Chiles, boxes I Peed, sks 580
Wool, bales 120 Eggs, boxes 7
Lemons, eases.. 21 Beets, sks 2
Walnuts, boxes 125 Wax, cases 2
Bullion, bars 500 Pomegranates, bx5...49
Castor Beans, 5ck5...219 Sheepskins, bdls 24
Fruit, boxes 46 Hides, dry 2
Merchandise, eases...2l Rye, sks 24
Honey, eases 11l Corn, sks 94
Chamois leather,sks .1
Arrivals:—Miss Bettls, Miss S.Gold
stein, Miss Greenbaum, Mr. Cohn, L.
Barada, C. W. Davenport.
Departures:—J. E. Howe, N. More,
H. H. Denker, Mrs. Rowland, P. Grif
fin. J. R. Rlchert, Chas. Anson, Dr.
C. F. Draper, L. H. Woodruff, Samuel
Llnkton, Robert Devlne, Jose Arras.
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES.
Nn tilery nml llnru MM,
The firm of Workman Bros., was
established in Los Angeles in the year
l s">7. They commenced with a limit
ed amount of capital, in the store now
occupied by E. E. Fisher & Co, Strict
attention and hard work soon in
creased their business, and they re
moved to their present store, No. 76
Main street. Their manufactory is
probably the largest iv the city,
although we are admirably supplied
with good rlrma in this line.
Workman Bros, keep 10 men con
stantly employed In the manufacture
of saddles, harness, etc. They im
jsirt their manufacturing material di
rect from the east, this proving to he
the more advantageous method.
They have constantly on hand a
very choice stock of line carriage and
buggy harness, and, indeed, of all sorts,
from the single harness for a race
to that of the ordinary farm wagon.
Their reputation is such that they re
ceive orders front Arizona up to the
extreme upper part of this State. They
send quantities of saddles to Nevada,
Owens River, San Bernardino, Cerro
Gordo and Kern county.
The eastern States have a great
reputation for harness, hut Workman
Bros, challenge comparison with their
own manufacture without fear. One
style especially known in the east as
the COheord buggy harness they man
ufacture at a price of about $66, Mr.
Workman showed the Herald re
porter a set of his own make of gold
mounted single harness which is ex
quisitely finished, and the value of
which is 8180.
Saddles are a specialty of Southern
California. The trees used by this
firm are made by Mexicans. Stock
men and all great riders prefer them
to any others, and those made in the
upper part ofthe State are not to be
compared to them, either as regards
service or easy riding. They are
made right on the premises, and
shipped or sold as fast as finished.
Workman Bros, ship saddles to sev
eral other houses engaged in their
They carry a large line of imported
gootls, such as buggy whips, riding
whips, and everything pertaining to a
first class saddlery and harness estab
lishment. Side saddles from a separ
ate department of their business.
Some of these are expensively and
beautifully worked. They keep, in ad
dition to their hardware stock, all
necessaries for the stable. Every
thing from a curry coinh to ahorse
blanket may be found on their shelves,
and in addition they keep ladies' and
geiitleinons' leather goods, such as
satchels, valises, etc.
Commencing with but little money
16 years ago, by steady application
and upright honorable dealing, Work
man Bros, have built up a large and
profitable business, take an active
part in our local affairs, and are
esteemed by all Who have the pleas
ure of knowing them.
JPort of SSnn. 1 Vdro.
Oct. Jg—RohrAuroia, Mlssen.UO M fret lum
ber, to <iritllth. Lynch a Co.
oet. ill—Bark Constitution, Love, coal for
Hark Norwcstcr, Famswoiih, railroad ma
Schr Elvira, flee, lumber and shakes for
Banning a to. i
A schooner Is coming in, name unknown.
[Wants published at the rate of ii' 4 cents per
line for each Insertion, or 10 cents per line lor
three Insertions. No advertisement. under
this head taken for less than 25cents.]
WANTED— A situation as LADIES'
NURSE. Inquire at No. 127, corner of
Sprlng|nnd Fourth streets. oe27'st
WANTED— A' YOUNG' MAN OF
good business ability, who can give
first-class reference, wants employment In or
near the city, Apply to Postmaster Bent.
WANTED— lTVtt WOMEN TO
sew carpets, ai the'Carpe; Warehouse
—75 Main street, Downey Block. oc'iltf
WANTED— $10,000 TO LOAN ON
notes, In strata of 1100 to ISQO. Apply
to oc22tf S. 1L SLA IKMtT.
VvrANTED—A RENTER FOR _40
TT acres of laud. Possession given im
medlntcly. Apply to S. 11. SI. A TOUT.
XTT ANTED—MONEY TO LOAN
TT on good security at Ito 2 per cent, per
mouth. Apply to B. H. SI. AI 'OUT.
"117 ANTED—A SITUATION BY A
it middle-aged man, to take aare of an
orchard, where the place Is suitable for keop-
Idg poult rv. But small wages w ill be required.
Address "G. O." atjhls office. oc22..tt_
WANTED— A WOMAN TO DO
general housework. Ajqdy at tlrsl
house on Main, south of Fourth st. oc7tf
WA N T E I) —SEVERAL- DAY
HOARDERS can tlml good accommo
dations at MRS. BAI'KMAN'S, Spring street,
nea rFI rsL_ QC'lt f
WA NTED—TWO OR THREE
DAY BOARDERS can be nccommo
daied'wlth tlrst-cluss board nl COL. PEEL'S.
\\T A NTED—DWE LLING-HOI *S E
T T suited lo a small family, nnd not more
than one tulle from the court-house. Address
H. C, llKKAI.l) olllce, slating price and loc.-i
A COMPLETE SET OF STORE
FIXTURES, consisting of
SOLID WALNUT COUNTERS,
_. OLA Ml CASES AND SHELVING,
Suitable for a
DRY GOODS, GROCERY, CONFECTION
ERY OR DRUG STORE.
Perfect Order and
FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN,
ocliltClp J. L. WARD A CO.
Important to Winemakers
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO
Inform producers of wine that they can
place at their disposal a machine, patented
March 11, 18711, for
by which means the lasle of newness and all
acidity is destroyed, aud the wines preserved
without future change. The process ut once
makes IT i.i k k a tmkkk-YKAR of.f) wink, and
destroys the germs of fermentation.
i»v,. Price. pertiMllon. TWO CENTS. VS
M. A. LCO.ITET A CO., Los Angeles.
ON MAIN STREET—A BELL
SHAPED DROP to an EAR-RING. Any
one returning It will be paid Its lull value, at
the IIKUAI.oOIIIce. ocßs-tf
FOR SALE TO LET.
IV L RANCHO DE LOS EE LIZ,
Sh The property of LEON BALDWIN,
450 acres of irrigable land,
2500 acres of grazing land, and
1200 acres of hill land,
11.,I 1 ., MILKS FROM THE CITY.
There are two large and well furnished
houses, fitted up with all modem Improve
ments,on the ranch; one of which stands In
the center of a large and beautiful gaiden, ap
proached by a private road. The river flows
ut the loot of file meadows adjacent to tho
liouse.and game of every kind Is abundant all
over the ranch. The Dairy Is built of brick,
and has accommodations I'or ..he milk of 150
cows,and the corrals, stables, out-bulldlngs,
etc., arc all in perfect order. There are six
miles of good post and plank fencing on the
property, and the situation is one of the love
liest in Southern California.
TERMS One-third cash, one-third In six
months, ami the balance at one, two orthreo
years, bearing interest at one per cent, per
month, at I he opt Inn of the purchaser,
UV- The title to the water for the 450 ncres of
irrigable laud Is absolutely perfect.
The title to the property WARRANTED.
Apply lo GEN; JOHN M. BALDWIN, Los
Angeles, or LEON BALDWIN, Los Fella.
LAND FOR SALE.
1 OCATED ABOUT TWO MILES
I J south ofthe Los Nietos Depot.
A splendid (ill-ACRE LOT is offered for gjDk
sale on the most liberal terms. The toea-SCf
Hon Is very desirable, and the land is In good
Last year It produced a crop of 115 bushels of
corn to the acre. Any one who uiaj desire to
purchase land In this locality would do well
to Inspect this lot and examine this year's
crop, which has not been gathered. The sole
reason torsacriSclug this properly Is to meet
certain obligations Immediately. TERMS
one-half cash, and the balance in one or two
An SI).ACRE TRACT, located on the Uiv> ol
the railroad going east to Mud Springs, and
embraced in the San Jose Itanebo, This Is a
most desirable piece of land, is In a first-rate
Ag\, condition; under fence, nnd good widep-
JBjj_ right: on which are growing 10,000 grape
vines In a full boating condition; has a large,
commodious DWELLING-HOUSE; all to be
sold on easy terms. For particulars, apply to
P. C. TONNER, Spadra.or to
G. W. MORGAN.
Temple lllock, Spring St., Los Angelc>.
ONE LOT CONTAINING 17 50-100
acres, situated In the northwest quarter
ofthe lands of Los Angeles city. Price MOV,
Inquire of [oe7-Bw] c. A st» irke.
A IM'RCHASFR FOR TWO VAL
(TABLE LOTS OF LAND, 50x120 feet
each, situated near the ccnlre of the city,
which cost $325 last June, hut will be sold for
1250, on account ofthe owner going to Arizo
na. Inquire at this office, or iddress cash,
I*. O. box (its. ocl7.tf
■Jf X ACRES OF LAND —GOOD
i *f artesian well;AWmltes from the Loa
NIetOS depot. Inquire of DR. RIVES, at Lot
Nietos. oc2W ; 'w2
Af\(\ ACREfI IMPROVED AND
*" " unimproved Innds ofthe nnest
quality, .'I miles from the COtirt-bOUse. Cheap
for cash and no commissions to pay. Apply
to J. Q. A. STANLEY, 28 Temple Block, up
V FIRST CLASS DRAFT TEAM,
consisting or two bright BAY HORSES, a
and 7 years old, gentle and well matched,
weight 1400 and 1570 tr.s, respectively. For fur
ther particulars,apply at tne Harp'and Sham
rock Saloon, Main street.
_oc I l-tf_ JOHN CASHION._
Rooms to Rent.
HANDSOMELY FURNISH KD
rooms to lei to gentlemen and their
wives, or to single gentlemen. Also, :i rooms
communicating; suitable for four or six gen
tlemen. Inquire over Wilson's, on Main, be
tween First und Second sts. oc24*.'tl
ON E COTTAGE. 24x32—CON
, talnlngSrooms, water,and sink in (he
kitchen; newly painted; in a tine locality, and
healthy, good neighborhood. Lot 50x200, from
Sausevain tothestreet back of it, there being
two fronts. Has a great number of bearing
orange, lemon, lime and other fruit trees.
Price, *i,oon. Inquire of c. a. stohke, at
Hkkai.u office. <s-7tf
For Sale Very Cheap.
1 OTS, ROTH IMPROVED AND
unimproved, in the business portion and
suburbs ot the city. Apply to
OC.t-im M. WHALING. Attorney.
A FIRST-CLASS. GOOD PAYING
DRAYING BUSINESS, solely on ac
count of the proprietor going into other busi
ness. For full particulars, apply at this office.
This Is a line opportunity for some one.
THE CALIFORNIA PLACARD
EXCHANGE AND INFORMATION
BUREAU FOR THE PACIFIC COAST, 007
TO 015 MERCHANT ST.. SAN FRANCISCO,
has made arrangements to have active corro*
spomllng agents, not only in all the large east
ern cities of New York, Button, Philadelphia,
St. Louis, etc., but In London, Paris, Berlin,
Vienna, Hamburg, Frankfort, Edinburgh,
Liverpool, Glasgow, Trieste, Odessa, Mar
seilles, and generally throughout Great Brit
ain and Continental Europe, Japan, China,
Calcutta, Madras, Singapore, Auckland, New
Zealand, Melbourne, Sydney and Australia.
Every occupier Of one or more feet of plucard
space will be charged at the rate of
One Dollar per Square Foot per Month.
The Exchange Will be open to the public
from 8 A. M. lo in p. M. each day.
FRKD'K MARRIOTT, President.
boaru ok tki'stkeh axn manaoino com
FRKD'K M ARRIOTT,! JOS. AUSTIN,
JAS. T. WATKINS, | JNO. MELVILLE,
JNO. MELVILLE. Corresponding Secretary,
BERNARD LEVY, Accountant and Linguist.
WILL BE HELD AT
STEARNS- HALL, ARCADIA BLOCK,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
OCT. 23, 30 ANP M.
IJWI'H STREET, OPPOHITE/~\
. JONES' CORRAL. I I
HORSE-SHOEING AND PLOW WORK
done in the most workmanlike mnnncr. The
very best materials uaed.'Charges reasonable.
( 1 ATES & NOY'ES.
vl Corner Temple Block and Spring St.
Auction Business promptly attended to. Spe
cial Sales made In any part of the city or
Furniture bought or sold on Commission.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
In AMILY CHARTRES COFFEE
. AND SPICE MILLS, No. MO Los Ange
Keeps constantly on hand ROAST AND
GROUND COFFEE of nil kinds, Pepper, Gin
ger, Allspice, Cayenne, Cinnamon, Cloves,
Nutmegs, mid Fresh Ground California Mus
tard. Cokkkh fresh ground every morning.
I. B. FERGUSON'S
I« the Exclusive Commission House to
K'o to for Everything; You Want.
LINES OF TRAVEL.
LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO
H 0 A.l>.
ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1873,
(ruins will run us follows, leaving
WILMIIfQTUN—7:4fi a. M. und IP. M.
Loft angei.Es—io A. M. and 4P. M.
Except on days of Bteuniers' arrival und de
parture, when trains will run to connect with
Passengers for San Francisco and San Diego
will leave Loa Angeles hy the 10 A. M. train,
connecting at Wilmington with the Compa
»4T First-class pnssengur cars will run regu
No Charge lor Storage l» MerehantN In
JOHN MII.NEK, Agent at I.os Angeles.
oc2tl E. E. HEWITT, Supt.
AGENCY OF THE
Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten
Mail Steamship Companies.
BEING APPOINTED AGENT OF
the above Mall Steamship Companies
forthe Southern Const, I am prepared to fur
nish THROUGH PASSAGE TICKETS by any
ol those lines of steamers,
To and from Europe,
to New York and San Francisco at tho lowest
rates. AlsoglveMONEY POSTAL ORDERS
to all parts of
Gcrmnny, Switzerland. Austria, Franre
England, Sweden, Norway
Which will be delivered to the receiver free of
charge, at their respective houses, In any part
Also, gives DRAFTS on any part ol Europe,
In sums to suit.
Collections made In any Part of
For particulars, apply to
11. FLEISHMAN, Bella Union Store,
(s?2tf3p Ageid in I/is Anseles.
PACIFIC MAILJTEAMSHIP CO,
M HI'IM I.X FOR OCTOBER. laT*.
For Santa Barbara, San Pedro. Ana*
helm ■.moling and Nan I>ieg;o.
STKAMKIt MOHONGO, CAPT. M. HAItI.OK,
Lnteet San l.tm're* ASnro | Leacr* Son }Arrim San
I f'ntnrisen. ; I'<*lro. I /W/'i>. I Fruncixco.
Oet 3dct 5 Ott B|Oct 10
Oct 15 Oet 17! Oct SOlOct 22
Oct 27 Oct » Nov IjNov !l
si'KAMKit oautARA, CAPT. H. .1. Johnson,
Oct tiOet IllOd itiOct id
Oct 111 Oct 23;< let 24)1 Oet 28
For San Diego and all way ports, carrying
OIIX, ACIDS, POWDER, etc., not allowed to
be carried on passenger steamers, will leave
San Francisco October 30th.
Freight on OILS, to San Pedro, 50 cents per
FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
Calling at San Diego, Man/anillo, and Aea
Steamers leave San Frnnclseo October 4th
Foil CHINA AND JAPAN.
Steamers leave San Francisco on the Ist nnd
Kith id' every week.
'I'll rough Hi lis of Lad lug signed, and through
tickets sold to all ports on the Sun Diego route
to New York, Europe, Mexico and South
America, at San Francisco tariff rates.
To New York, cabin $100
To New York, steerage 50
To San Francisco, cabin 15
To San Francisco, steerage s
Cabin plans at agent's ollice. For passage
apply to H. McLELLAN,
oc2 Agent for Los Angeles County.
PIONEER 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 all parts of
the City and country. Ilaggage called for in
time for the trains.
MA Leave orders on the slate at the office, in
Wells, Fargo A Co.\s office, corner Main and
Market streets, or V. t). Ikix M. oc't-lmls
For First-Class Printing,
- AT —
I I Frill ■
CiO to tho "lIKItAI.D.*'
LOS ANGELES WOOD YARD.
ALAMEDA STREET, OPPOSITE
Griffith, Lynch A Co's Lumber Yard.
DRY WOOD always on hand, and sold at the
jL o >vest © tt klt Itnte m,
and delivered to any part of the city. FULL
MEASUREMENT guaranteed every lime.
Orders left at the principal grocciy stores, or
at the yard, promptly attended to. ' ocltlmlpl
A BATTER, PROPRIETOR.
• Basement, cor. Main and Requlna Sts,
All the delicacies ofthe season. A NICE
COLD LUNCH at a minute's notice. Wines,
Ales, Porters, I.l.pairs and Champagnes, ot
the very choicest brands.
Caviar. Nnnlellen. Swiss nuil Lliuburger
A fine Billiard Table In the Hall. oc2-2p
J. B. SACN PF.KS, M. 11. Cll. V. UF.IN7.KMAN, P. D
J. B. SAUNDERS & CO.,
JJRUGGISTR AND CHEMTSTS,
7* MAIN STREET. U>S ANGELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PUREST DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES
of all kinds, awr Prescriptions earctullv com
pounded day and night. oc2-hii2p
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop on First Street,
Between Main and Spring, Los Angeles.
aid' Jobbing done neatly and with Dispatch.
NINTH STREET, BETWEEN
Grasshopper and OrltHn streets,
Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
WASHING done on reasonable terms.
PEARL BUTTONS sewed on, and ordinary
MENDING done. Washing called for nnd de
livered, FREE OF CHARGE.
Order slate at llrode rick's Rook Store.
oc2-lmlp J. S, iJ'NEtI.
BANKI NG HOUBEB.
FARMERS 6 MERCHANTS
11 j\. X
OF IjOH ANOKIiKH.
JOHN O. IiOWN'KY Prksmifnt
I. VV. HELLMAN CAamim
Exchange tor sale on
Man I'rnuciseo, New fork,
Frankfort, Pnrla and
Receives Deposits and Issues its certificates.
Buys ami sells Legal Teinlers, Oovemment,
State. County and City lon Is. Will also pay
tin- highest price for Oo'd a id Silver Bullion.
Prom and after this date, on all moneys
left as term deposits. Interest will be nllowed.
Lo* Angeles, July 1, 1871. m'2-lm
Farmers A Merchants' Bank, i
Loa ANOEI.RS October 7, 1873. j
A DIVIDEND OF $5 PER SHARE
has been declared on the capital stock
of the Farmers'nnd Merchants' Bank ot I.os
Angeles, payable on the 10th Inst.
oc7ml Isaiah W. HELLMAN,CaahIer.
WM. WORKMAN. F. P. r. TEMPLE.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOB ANGELES.
Receive iH'poslts, Issue their Certificates and
GENERAL BANKING Bl SIN FAS.
DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK [LIMITED!,
AT SAN FRANCISCO.
Exchange for sale on
New York, llsailiurg,
London, Herlin and
Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dust and Gov
ernment, State, County und City Bonds bought
and Sold. Receive valuables for safe keep-
Our Own Manufacture!
In tli© City!
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 AND CAKEH,
Fresh every day, at tho
Los Angeles Woolen Mill
SACRISTE, ELLIOTT & CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, AND MAN
All Wool CassimercH,
Tneedw, Flannel*, nianketn, etc.
All our goods are PURE WOOL, nnd war
ranted as represented. Consumers can
Save 25 to 33 per cent.
by buying direct from us. STORE AT THE
"WHITE HOUSE," corner of Ix>s Angeles
and Commercial Streets. uegtftp
/CORNER WAIN A MARCHEH-
V> HA ULT STREETS.
FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES
EVERY DAY. baA'AKES of every sort or
kind made to order.. Orders promptly attend
ed to. or Win I p t
Guitar and Singing.
pROFESSOR M. S. AREVALO
has returned to this city, and will resume
Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes
Apply at BRODRICK'S Book and Music
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
IT NRER THE CARE OF THE
J FATHERS of ST. VINCENT nt: PAUL.
DEGREES CONFERRED, and the most
complete Education given. No more lieautl
fu Ily situated spot lv the whole of Southern
California. Apply by letter, or personally, to
REV. J. McGILL, C. M.
ft AT) MEN WITH TEAMS, TO
bung their wives und children to
Buy Goods at the Dollar Store.
Present prices being
23 to 100 per Cent, less than Elsewhere.
ft-rt" Remember the place, No. 102 Main St,
opposite the Court House. oeVltnL'p
EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA"
OYSTERS— FRESH RY EVERY
steamer, will be served up in every style,
at the orner of
COMMERCIAL AND LOS ANGELEH STS.,
By '"JAKE" baer, (formerly with H.
Dockweiler) and CHAS. WALDEN.
.J* »»mVE THEM A CAI. L pe^lj^kn
(OPPOSITE M. KELLER'S)
MANUFACTURER AND DEAL
VVsgons, Citri'iiifgow, I*uirtjL'H, etc
Blaeksniithingof all kinds. All work
and in the future as reliable us In the past
Orders to. ocl2mlpt
Los Angeles City Water Co
LOCATION OF~ WORKS, (TTY
and 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
office ofthe Company,sl nnd 53 Main street,ln
the city of ls>s Angeles, on MONDAY, NO
VEMBER 17, 1873, at 12 o'clock M., for tho
election ofotlieers for Ihe ensuing year, und
forthe transaction of such other business us
mnr be brought before the meet im;.
ocistd KUGKNE MKYER, Bec'y,
LADIES, YOU CAN RUY FIRST
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Just arrived direct from the Enst
We are detorndned to make one GRAND
CLEARING SALE, and otter our large stock,
commencing the season, at 75 cents on the
Dollar, ut No. I Spring street.
ocMmls MRS. J. E. SMALL.
8. H. SLAUGHT,
SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY!
BUYS AND BELLS REAL Es
tate in all sections ofthe Union. Has
lurgo tracts tor sale in Southern California.
Homes for Farmers,
Homes for Mechanics,
Homes for Business Men,
Of all kinds ami at all prices.
Special attention paid to the
EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES.
SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK.
A. PERPETUAL FAIR,
where the best products of the country' will be
Irecly 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 what we can raise
here, and thus encourage them to unite their
capital and energies with ours, to develop the
vast resources of our country', add to the
charms of the most beautiful climate In the
Bring Along Your Best Results
of honest labor, and curious freaks of nature,
and see if we cannot astonish the world. Also,
report what you have done.
Special Attention to Exhibition of Ores
and general information exel 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 fttlly convinced that the time la at
hand when old things are to be done away,
and nearly all things are to become new. Con
sequently, many changes will become neces
sary, ana to facilitate this object is our pur
pose in our present business capacity. From
our extensive acquaintance with the people of
the Eastern States, us well as our knowledge
of this country and Its people—which we have
worked diligently and nurd to learn—und the
large amount of
Choice, Desirable and Cheap Property
we have on sale nnd 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. So we flatter ourselves that
We Can Give Entire Satisfaction
to those who may entrust their business to our
care. Persons having real estate nf any kind
to sell, and those wishing to purchase, will
please give us a call.
We have on sule the following described
Farms, Dwellings, Building Lots, Stores, Bus
iness Stands, stations, Orange, Lime, liCinou
and other Fruit Trees; Cattle, Horses and
other Stisik: besides many other first-class or
chard nnd Farm Lands, Houses and Isjts, and
Ranches, improved and unimproved, from 2
to B,UUO acres—some with fine dwellings and
ull necessary out-bull,lings; nnd highly im
proved lund, ranging from $6 to 51 ~sxt per acre,
not advertised In the following list:
Parties desiring to sell or buy would do well
to call und submit their business to us, as all
interests entrusted to us wlU'reccive prompt
attention- The ml lowing property on hand:
400 Acres of Good Farming Land, suitable
for Dairy pur|s>sesor sheep range; $t),000 worth
of improvements in fences und buildings;
well watered and in every way desirable. Sit
uated fine mile from Compton, nine miles
from Los Angeles. Price 812,000.
NO. 58. 34 acres unimproved, IV, miles trom
court-house; a fine corner location on amain
street; good healthy location. This place will
be sold altogether, or In lots of 5 or 10 acre*,
(food, choice land: easy of access by public
conveyance; tine chance tor city homes. 93400.
NO. 50. 100 ncres Improved, near San Ga
briel Mission. House und other outbuildings;
well watered; good grain or fruit land. Very
N OS. 50, 51 und 52. 4 and 5, und 5% acre lots:
splendidly and pleasantly located; good soil
und water privileges; from fWKi to each
NO. 65. 8 32-lOOacres improved lands, wit.,
good house of 5 rooms; IV, miles trom court
house, near omnibus line and good school.
Well watered. On It nre planted 174 orange
trees, 4 snd 5 years old, In fine condition, and
111 Sicily lemons, ti years old; 50 bearing fruit
und nut trees, of splendid quality, and one
acre of alia I hi. A desirable and cheap place.
NO. 06. AM acres splendid land, miles
from the court-house, adjoining the above. Is
planted with w ul nut, orunge und lemon trees.
Can be purchased ut a bargain for cash. A de
sirable city lot. $1,800.
NO. 62. 10 acres,well Improved; good house
of 6 rooms; 1% miles from court-house, on Ban
Pedro street. On it are planted 150 limes, 4 and
5 years old, 100 lemons, 4 and 5 years old, 4tu
orunge trees, 5 years old, 30 apples, 6 peara, 25
peaches, 4 tigs, 1 Italian chestnut, 5 grape-vines
—all in good bearing. $5,750.
NO. 63. 18 acres well Improved, miles
from the court-house; good house, 41X4U, In
cluding wings; two stories, contains ti rooms,
closets, both and store-room, nil ham lln
ished. Three flue weeping willows grace the
yard; 24 bearing orange trees, loaded with
fruit; 29 white walnut,BB apple, 18 pear, 4 tig, 4
apricot, 7 quince, 3 pomegranate, all in flue
bearing; 77 orange, 3 years old, 77 walnut, 4
years old, In orchard; 100 walnut, 200 orange,
lemon und lime trees In nursery; Also, vine
yard oi'.■i.uoo vines, and 11.,l 1 ., acres alfalfa. This
place is near the terminus of the omnibus
line; a good location, healthy and pleasant;
for sale orto rent; n fine property at v bargain.
New brick house and lot, 40 feet front by 100
feet deep, on Sun Pedro street,;, minutes'walk
from the post-office; good location. 92,400.
Fruit and Vineyard Ranch of 22 acres: wine
cellar, with casks and stock of wine; tools and
materials,witli the crop; comfortable house
and ot her buildings. There is 200 per cent,
profit on wine st the present price of grapes.
Orunge nnd lemon trees.us well as other fruits.
Six lots, 180 feet front on Main street, and 180
on Spring street. We want money to bulla
houses with. &3.A00.
Two lots on Main street, 120x160; good loca
tion; cheap forcash. 5>.600.
90 acres near the fair grounds, Just outsldo
the city limits, In the vicinity of artesian wells
80 acres good land; valuable without irriga
tion; artesian wells easily supplied. 9.2,400.
A good location; house of 5 rooms; ti large,
bearing orange trees, several nearly in bear
ing; lemons, limes nnd other frults;s minute
walk from the post-office, 94,000.
House and lot with 4U acres, to be divided to
suit the purchaser; with or without house or
improvements, in 5,7U or 10-acre lots near the
city limits. $750, SO 17 or i 1,500.
40 acres, with good house, to exchange for
cuttle or sheep.
Abont 1,2110 acres of choice fruit land, and
the best vineyard land In this country, well
watered; water ull rises on the place, tf2,ouo.
600 acres, same us above; Improved; 3D utiles
from Los Angeles. $30,000.
A tine, thrifty, bearing orange, lemon and
apple orchard; v city lot of 20 ucros, centrally
20 ncres on Sun Pedro street, near Jefferson;
cultivated, and has 50 bearing fruit trees; lies
In the city water limits. $2,000.
8 JUKI acres unimproved land, with water pri
vilege, ut $ti per acre. Apply at this office, or
teG. D. Compton, at Compton.
12 acres of choice land, all tn orchard and
vines In full bearing, located in the central
part of the elty. Extra good water privilege.
Good house, barn, and all necessary out-build
ings. Pays well, i 12,000.
House; 2 stories and 7 rooms, hard
ished, and closets. Also, brick basement WK
aJttV 3 rooms and cellar; wine-closet and hall,
jr* acres of ground,nicely planted with fruit,
shrubs, flowers, etc.. good fenoe and outbuild
ings. Most splendid suburban location In the