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CITY A>D SUBUKBB.
DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS.
11. M. widney, District Judge i:t». Judicial
District, OOinUOMd of Los Angeles county.
Court meets lv February, May, August nnd
Ignacio Scpulveda, County Judge.
Court Commissioner, J. (J. Howard.
.State Senator. B. I). Wilson.
Members of Assembly, Tbos. D. Mott and
Sheriff, Wm. R. Rowland; Under Sheriff,
Albert D, Johnston; Deputy Sheriff, J. M.
County Clerk, A. W. Potts; Deputies, C. W.
Oould and S. H. Mutt.
District Attorney, C. K. Thorn; Assistant, K.
County Treasurer, Thomas K. Rowan.
Superintendent or Public Schools, William
Public Administrator, (ieorge Carson.
(.'ounty Surveyor, F. Locouvreur. •
County Assessor, D. Botlller.
Coroner, Joseph Kurtz.
County Board of Supervisors—Chairman, H.
Forsman; a. l. Bush, F. Pntomares, 8. B.
Mayor, J. It. Toberman.
Marshal, J. R. Wolfe.
Treasurer, (ieorge K. Rutler.
Attorney, A. W. Hutton.
Clerk, M. Kremer.
Surveyor, William Moore.
Health Officer, Dr. Wise.
Engineer, Oeorge (f, McKain.
School Trustees—ll. D. Barrows, President;
Oeorge Smith, Wm. H. Workman, Wm. Prid
ham, M. Kremer.
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
Following Is a list of Granges In l.os An
Silver—Los Nietos—J. H. Burke, Master; F.
R. Wylle, Secretery.
Compton—A. Higtile, Master; J. A. Walker,
El afonte-O. ('. Glbbs, Master; J. 11. dray,
Enterprise—Los Angeles —T. C. Alexander,
Master; W. T. Henderson, Secy.
Eureka—Spadra—P. C. Tonner, Master; Jos.
Falrvlew-Anaheim—Edward Evey, Master;
J. D. Taylor, Secretary.
Frultland—Tusllii City—A. 11 Ilayward, Mas
ter; E. 11. Nicola, Secretary.
Los Angeles—T. A. Garey, Master; T. D. Han
Los Nietos—E. B. Grandon, Master; J. E. Mar
New River—Los Nietos—R. H. Guthrie, Mas
ter; I). S. Wardlow, Secretary.
Orange--Richland -Thomas Brown, Master;
J. W. Anderson, Secretary. v
Azusa—M. W. Maxy, Master; J. ('. Preston,
Florence—H. Qlbson, Muster; Win, Porter,
BOARD OF TRADE.
Secretary--I. W. Lord.
Treasurer—S. B. Caswell.
Dlreetors-Dr. .1. S. Grlflla. C. C. Lips. H. W,
Hel]man,J-S. Griffith, P. Beaudrv, N. J. New
mark, J. G. Dow jey, R. M. Widney.
Regular meetings, Tuesdays, at 7:30 P. M.
WINTEK ARUANOEMENT-1.. A. .* S. P. R. R.
tt 00 A. M. 10 00 A. M.
2 15 P. M. 4 00 P. M.
The above to rule except on days of steam
ers'arrival and departure, when trains will
run to connect with steamers.
Telegraph Stage Line 3:00 p. M. 12:30 X m.
Coast Line Stages 9:00 p. If, 5:00 A. M.
San Bernurdluo Line 5:30 p. X 0:30 A. M.
Sun Diego Stage Line 4:00 p. M. 7:30 A. M.
Mb, Every style of Painting and (Hinting
done In the highest style of art, and at raason
abls rates, by C. Raphael & Co.
u>A* All man ought to know that all kinds of
gentlemen's Clothing will be made with neat
ness and dispatch by a regular tailor. The
making and trimming oi Woolen Mill cloth
Is a specialty at D. W. Fitzputrick's, corner of
Court and Spring streets. S
war J. Colin keeps line Havana and Domes
tic Cigars. No. 61 Main street, Downey,s Block,
Thompson A Ocrson's saloon.
sve" Los Angeles county, wherever known,
Is acknowledged to be an earthly paradise.
Hero we haveperpetual summer. Fruits ripen,
and (lowers bloom the year round. But chief
among its many advantages is cheap living.
McDonald's RestauranLon Commercial street,
Is the best. One trial of the nice Coffee, Tea,
Tenderloin Steak, Eresh Kggs and Ranch But
ter, proves thai it Is the best place ill town.
Single meals, 25 cents.
The melancholy days have come,
i The saddest of the year -
of weeping winds and Walling woods,
And meadows brown and sere.
But nature has"one recompense
She never had before;
For all the people come for clocks,
At Fisher A Co's store.
The tide of Immigration is steadily set
ting in, and the first thing eastern people do
Is to throw away their New York Hats and buy
a new one of Desmond. They say there Is no
comparison between the two.
The spirit of the morning contempo
rary is disturbed. It wails ami will
not be comforted.
The Anna Bishop Concert Troupe
have arrived at San Francisco from
San Diego and gone to Santa Cruz.
P. Amestoy has sheared about 9,000
sheep this year, amounting to 3S,ob'4
lbs. of wool, averaging a little over four
lbs. per fleece.
Los Angeles is the banner county for
patrons of Husbandry, having 14
Granges. Sonoma county basil and
Wiley & Berry report a sale of fifty
acres of suburban property, and an ac
tive demand for unimproved laud hi
the vicinity of the city.
There will be a meeting of the C» rand
Templars this evening at their Hall,
for installation of officers and the
transaction of other important busi
For Miss Carrie Leigh's benefit this
evening the Lady of Lyons and Nur
sey Chickweed are underlined. It is
to be hoped that there will not even
be standing room after eight o'clock.
The young lady is deservedly a great
Pablo Beyes, Pedro Lazusa, and Jesus
Cola, were arrested yesterday on Los
Angeles street for fighting. They
were brought before Justice Trafford,
(•leaded guilty, and were fined $5 each.
They went away wiser if not better
Our morning contemporary says
that it discovered in time the drift of
things in relation to the Chamber of
Commerce and the Herald, and
therefore did not bid for tho printing.
It would be rather absurd for a news
paper to bid for job printing when its
own bill-heads are done by Bancroft
& Co., in Han Francisco.
Two hopelessly comatose inebriates
were conveyed in a hack to the city
prison about 2A. M. yesterday. The
last dime being exhausted, they will
abstain for some time from all intoxi
cating liquors, and remain under the
fatherly care of Mr.'Clancy.
The large dry goods and clothing
firm of S. Lazard & Co. announces, in
the advertising columns of the Her
ald, the opening of their new stock
of goods for the Fall season on Monday
next. Reference to their announce
ment will convince ladles and others
that no San Francisco house is showing
finer or more fashionable goods than
this moat enterprising firm.
Deputy United States Marshal Dun
lap does not exactly know what to do
with the surrendered deserter from the
marines. He holds him, however, in
custody, and has telegraphed for in
structions to the Navy Department.
The man may be sent up to San Fran -
cisco on the "Hassler," when, if his
story should prove false, he will have
got a free ride, and it will be hard to
know how to punish him.
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES.
Hell man, Haas & Co. have been
established .since 1871 in this city.
They do business as commission mer
chants and dealers in groceries, pro
visions, liquors, cigars, tobacco, hard*
ware, paints, oils, doors, sashes, blinds
and farming implements. Their stores
front on New Commercial and Los
Angeles streets, nnd measure about
132 feet in length by SO feet in breadth.
The basement is still larger than the
first tloor, and extends twenty feet
under the road sidewalk. Down stairs
are stored on all sides syrups, lhpiors,
nails, bacon, hum, butter, ploughs and
bacon ; also, varnishes, oils, white
leads, etc., in bulk. Pasting round
amongst the rows of casks and barrels
we come to the wholesale stock of pre
served fish, salmon, mackerel, &c,
and piles of every description of case
goods. Everything appertaining to
the grocery and provision business is
stored here. There is connection with
the first floor by a large elevator,
which serves for the transportation of
stores ; there are also two staircases
from the different ends of the base
ment. Up stairs are countless rows
of chests of tea (our reporter counted
one hundred chests and then gave up),
cases of soaps, starch, chocolate and
such goods. Moving on through a
narrow passage way with goods on
either side are piles of cases of pickles,
Marseilles oil, olive oil, flavoring ex
tracts, boxes of raisins and dried
grapes, barrels of sugars from the
islands and from the California Refill*
cry, countless boxes of canned goods,
such as tomatoes, beans, salmon, lobs
ters, clams, sardines and oysters, and
cases of cruckers, biscuits and candies
enough to feed several generations of
children apparently. At the further
end are stored the stock of different
bitters, Vermouth, Curacoa, and all
imported liquors. Here also is an ex
tensive stock of Anaheim wines, Rhine
wines, sherry, port, fine clarets, Bor
deaux, etc., in case.*. The spirits,
which are in bulk as well us in esse,
consist of several Choice brandies,
amongst which are Martcll and Base*
rac, old bourbons and rye whiskies,
On the other side is their large stock of
tobaccos, (chewing and smoking), and
cigars. The adjoining department is
filled with mining implements, spades,
shovels, picks, etc., and general hard
ware. In this branch is a full line of
everything except bar iron. Lower
down is a large line of stationery and
fancy goods. Hellman, Haas & Co.
keep the largest stock of powder in
town, the bulk of which is stored in a
special powder vault outside the city
limits. In connection with this they
have also a large line of shot, cutlery,
shelf hardware and bolts for wagons
and carriages, also a very full stock of
house builders' material, locks, etc.
They also keep the header wagons,
the latest improvements in churns,
dairy utensils, plows and agricultural
implements. On the Commercial
street side, they carry a running stock
of 1,000 to 1,500 barrels of flour, sons
not to be dependent on the market.
The house has the exclusive agency of
the Buckeye mowers and reapers and
the Napa gang plow of which they
are receiving at present a large supply.
One of the firm constantly resides in
San Francisco, and has an oliice at 216
California street, in order to attend to
the buying for the house. The trade
of Hellman, Haas & Co. extends to
Arizona, Inyo County, San Bernar
dino, and even San Diego, to which
latter city they are constantly ship
ping beans, corn, barley and produce.
They also supply smaller funis in the
city, and do a general jobbing and
wholesale business in the surrounding
country. They furnish the railroad
gangs to some extent, though this con
tract is equally divided amongst our
other large houses. Opposite their
stores is another warehouse, from
which they load machinery, agricul
tural implements, etc.
The members of tho firm here are
Herman Hellman and B. Cohn. Mr.
Haas, the third partner, resides in San
Francisco. Some idea of tho magni
tude of the operations ot our leading
houses may be gained by a visit to the
depot, where large shipments of their
exports are being constantly received:
and a glance at the freight list, which
is published on every steamer day, is
the best possible proof of the extent of
Bella Union. —Dr. Franklin, San
Bernardino; W. T. Grant, Wallapai,
A. T.; H. A. Diselhuse, S. P. H. li.;
Otto Bauer, El Monte; B. S. Eaton,
Fair Oaks; S. Shrewsbury, Santiago;
E. H. Jones, San Gabriel; W. W.
Spards, Santiago; W. E. Keller, Cin
cinnati, O.; A. B. Houston, Eaton
Heneck, Exira, Iowa; James Golds
worthy, San Francisco.
Pico House.—Wm. It. Olden, Ana
hiem; G. W. Coffin, Phizano; I). P.
Foster and wife, S. Shrewsbury, Pres
eott, A. T.
United States Hotel.—Joseph Wood
hnms, Santa Clara; B. W. Crowell,
Westminster Colony; M. liandrigan,
San Bernardino; W. E. Kelley, San
Francisco; W. T. Stantleld, El Rin
con; G. R. Dille, San Fernando;
Charles Brown, Santa Barbara; M.
Osborne, Tustin City.
t*rlse« at the I air.
Following is the list of prizes drawn
at the Orphan's Fair, on Thursday ev
Doll, Miss Palacios; gold bracelet,
Peter Thompson; cradle. Miss Carrio
Cohn; wedding cake, Mr. Whaling;,
toilet set, Miss Johnson; doll, (in
blue), Mr. Dan Scheiek; two ottomans,
Mr. Ryerson; Bohemian toilet set,
Paul Schiller; dressing gown, Wallace
Woodworth; moss agate ring, John
Cashion; footstool, A. J.Howard; tea
set, Miguel Golla; cushion, Millard
Clayton: round foot stool, Rosa Wood
worth; embroidered table cloth, Ellen
Hartnett; Bohemian wine set, Dr. Den;
tapestry, (George Washington), Mrs.
F. Howard; table cover, Dr. Shorb;
Catholic missal, I. J. B. H.; album,
A Penitent Deacrter.
11l company with Major Dunlap, a
HERALD reporter visited the jail yes
terday, to take the statement of
Joseph Byen, who surrendered him
self yesterday as <i deserter from the
United States Marine. According to
his Statement he has been eight years
a deserter and now takes advantage of
tbe President's proclamation pardon
ing all such on condition of surrender
and return to duty. His case is as fol
lows: "Joseph Byen, a native of Birm
ingham, England, surrenders himself
as a deserter from the United States
Marine Corps, on the 18th of August,
1805. Is 88 years of age, 5 feet 5J
inches high, stout, and llorid complex
ion; enlisted in the United States Ma
rine Corps iv Brooklyn Navy Yard on
the 27th of May, 1 SGo; was sent aboard
the Vermont, where he remained
eight days and was drafted on boartl
the Union, then shipping for foreign
waters. The Union hauled around to
the Battery, New York city, where he
got a pass to go ashore and deserted.
He forgets the name of the command
ing officer. He enlisted for a term of
five years. From New York he went
with the FenianS to Canada; thence
sailed from Quebec to Hamburg.
From Hamburg he shipped to Sydney
and from thence went to Melbourne.
In his first statement he avers that he
went from Melbourne to London iv
the Western Star, of the "Black Ball"
line of merchant vessels. On being
requestioned he stated, however, that
from Victoria he went to Nassau, in
the British West India Islands, and
thence to Qravesend. From London
he sailed to New York, and from New
York to San Francisco. Whether he
wants a free ride to San Francisco, or
whether his history is strictly true,
can hardly yet be ascertained. He
seems to have been drinking heavily
lately, and is probably Buffering from
the reaction consequent on sudden and
enforced sobriety. At all events the
man has been a great traveler and can
talk about and describe the places he
has visited. He states that his rela
tives mostly live in Little Bourke
street, Melbourne. Though claiming
nativity in England, lie lias a strong
brogue, and tho name should probably
be spelt "Rvnn," though he gives it
Const Line Stage Arrivals.
A J. Hanscomb wife and two daugh
ters, Howston, Henick, W. E. Kelly,
M. Uoldsworthy, W. C. Hill, Maggie
Uandrea, Mrs. BufTen, Master Bufien,
D. P. Forster, Mrs. Forstcr, M. A.
Franklin, Yin King, Frank South.
Departures—P. Lazaret, Parker, W.
Osborne, Franklyn, Ingrahnm, 1. W.
Tele;; en pli Mh;c Line.
Departures—B. McNally, H. Baker,
Arrivals—H. Ellis, J. K. Ellis, Cole
man, J. T. Smith, two Chinamen.
THE COt IM S.
District Court—Wiokey, J.
Friday, Oct. SI.
Vorbe vs. Cohn—Continued for the term.
Woodman vs. Osborne - Stay of proceedings
granted for 30 days.
Probate Court—Skpi'lvkda, J.
Friday, Oct. 91.
In the matter Of the estate of Matthew Lan
franco, deceased -Order for publication of no
tice to creditors was Hied.
Iv the matter ofthe estate of John King,
deceased—Statement of surviving partners
Real ENttitc Transaction*.
Deeds tiled for record for the 21 ho'.trs (tid
ing at I o'clock, (Iclobcr :10, IS73,as reported for
the DAILY Herald by Judson A Gillette,
Searchers of Records for I.os Angeles county:
Glassell A Chapman to Miguel Leonis—
Grantor's luterest In Rancho Las Vlrgens or
El Trlumfoj 11,100,
David Gray to R C Evans—Rectangular
piece in SE corner of lot number 1, block 17,
of I.os Angeles city, Donation lots, containing
24 acres on Figueroa street; $500.
A A Wilson to Edward lloutoii -3 acres on
southerly side of lot 1, block .'IU, Hancock's
survey of Donation lots; 5675.
San I'raiiclNro Money Market.
San Francisco, Oct. 31.
Sun rrauriaro Markets--By Telegraph.
San Francisco, October 8L
VIA H' It -15,1*10 bbls extra for Europe, within
the range of so 2"*io 50. Jobbing rates iii nx.j;
WHEAT- 1,000 sks gissl milling, 19 '.'5:1,200
do. shipping 12 25; 1,000 do. *2 25. The mar
ket Is firm at S2 25cn2 30; 8,000 sks shipping,
13 25; i.iot do. titan, to arrive, 13 25.
BARLEY—.3,OOO sks choice brewing, «1 05;
1,000 do. lor New York, SI 86; 1.000 do. for local
use, £1 85; feed ranges SI 50.
OATS—BI 4Y«I so.
HAY—lootons mixed wild oat, |lfl fit) choice
POTATOES—2,(U) sks Pigeon Point !)7> ,;<•<<}
81 05; 1,000 do. Humboldt, same range; ex
tremes, 75e(uiifl 10 per 100 pounds.
New York Wool Market.
New York, October 22.
The market throughout is without anima
tion ; buyers are scarce and prices are wholly
nominal. The sales comprise 10 lings super
tine, pulled, at fill'; 10 hales Cape at 35c; 10 do.,
spring California, nt 30c; 7,000 pounds Texas at
!!sc; .3,000 do. medium scoured lleece, 27 bales
Rprlng California, 50 bags combing pulled,
5,000 pounds superfine do., and 25 bales Cape,
on private terms.
Tho following Is the list of Exports in the
Depot of tbe I.os Angeles and S. P. It. R.
awaiting shipment :
Wet Hides. No 202 Honey, bxs 1
Wulnuts.sks 115 Wine, bis 2
Barley do..'. s Wine, eks 1
Aspbaitum, do 52 Wool, bales IS
Feed Meal do 27 Merchandise, bx 1
Lemons, bxs 4 Bullions, burs SO
Dr. Gelcich informs the Herald
that the shot, in the case of Gervasio
Valencia, did penetrate the brain, and
that the prospects are that he will die.
This is a remarkable case, as no one
heretofore has been known to live over
nine days, who has been wounded in
this way. The Doctor has already
probed the wound to a depth of an inch
and a half, and dares probe no farther.
I*orf of Han Pedro.
Oct. :tt Park Oakland, Stevens, for Port
Madison; in ballast.
Eight Mile House.
MRS. DONALDSON, OF THF.
Eight Mile House, Cowango Pass, an
nounces lhat she will receive a few gentlemen
lo board. No pains will be spared to add to
their comforts, witli facilities for going and
coming from the city. oc:il-tf
OPPOSITE IT. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WINES, Ihe choicest CIGARS,
nnd the best FANCY DRINKS concocted
south of Sun Francisco.
tttf'Teinple Rlock, next to Wells, Fargo A
Company's office. oc2-linls
Caroline C. Burton,
LADIES' HAIR DRESSING IN
all styles. KILYIDS, CURLS AND WA
TERFALLS, made at the shortest notice.
TANGLED HAIR STRAIGHTENED AND
MADE !NTO ANY SHAPE.
Bur Perfumes of the finest quality on hand
and for sale. NO. it SPRING STREET, Log
Angeles, California. oe2-tf
FOR SALE-TO LET.
EL RANCHO DE LOS FELIZ.
The property of LEON Baldwin,
450 acres of irrigable land,
2500 acres of grazing land, and
I 200 acres of hill land,
i% MILKS FROM THE CITY.
There are two large and well furnished
houses, fitted up with all modern Improve
ments, on the ranch; one of which stands in
ihe centernf a large and beautiful garden, ap
proached by a private road. The river flows
at the foot of the metuiows adjacent to the
house.and game of every kind Is abundant all
over the ranch. The Dairy Is built of brick,
and has accommodations for ..he milk of 150
cows,and Ihe corrals, stables, out-buildings,
etc., are all lv perfect order. There are six
miles of good post and plank fencing on the
properly, and the situation is one of the love-
I lest In Southern California.
TERMS—One-third cash, one-third In six
months, and the balance at one, two or three
years, bearing interest nt one per cent, per
mouth, ut the option of Ihe purchaser.
oft. The title to the water for the too acres of
Irrigable land is absolutely perfect.
Tne title to the property W ARRANTED.
Apply to GEN. JOHN M. BALDWIN, Los
Angeles, or LEON 11A LDWIN, Los Fells.
LAND FOR SALE.
LOCATED ABOUT TWO MILES
south ofthe Los Nletos Depot.
A splendidoo-ACRE LOT is ollered for tJfM
sale on tho most liberal terms. The locu-_TT
lion Is very desirable, and the land is In good
Last year it produced a crop of ll'i bushels of
corn tothe acre. Any one who may desire to
purchase lund in this locality would do well
to Inspect tins lot aud examine this year's
crop, which has not been gathered. The sole
reason for sacrificing this properly Is lo meet
certain obligations immedinlely. TERMS—
one-half cash, and the balance In one or two
An SB-ACRE TRACT, located on the line ol
the railroad going east to Mud Springs, and
embraced In the Sail Jose Rancho. This is a
most desirable piece of land, is in a tlrst-ratc
M condition; under fence, and good water
right; on which arc growing lo.uoo grape
vines In a full hearing condition; has a large,
commodious DWELLING-HOUSE; all to bo
sold on easy terms. For particulars, apply to
P. C. TONNER, Spadra.or to
G. W. MORGAN,
* Temple Block, Spring St., Los Angeles,
Farms for Sale!
4K ACRES—FIRST-CLASS FOR
** corn with wood and MS
water. Price, $l,soo. g
OA]ACRES NEAR THE COL-
O *J'A LEGE—not In cultivation—one mile
south ofthe L. N. R. R. # I ,UOO.
O X ACRES ALL IN CULTIVA
*J*J TION — first-class Improved — near
Gallatin -one milt-south of L. N. R. R. 12/00
Q/YACRES FIRST-CLASS, IN
OV/ cultivation, with tlie best artesian
well and'rcservnlr In the county. 4 miles east
of Nietos Depot. $5,000. Apply to
ocSOtf J. B. HOLLOW AY, Gallatin,
ONE LOT CONTAINING 17 50-100
ucres, situated In the northwest quarter
ofthe lands of Ixjh Angeles city. Price $500.
Inquire of [oc7-3w] 0. A STORKE.
A PURCHASER FOR TWO VAL
UABLE LOTS OF LAND, 50x120 feet
each, situated near the centre of the city,
which cost $325 Inst June, hut will bo sold for
$250, on account of the owner going to Arizo
na. Inquire nt this office, or iddress CASH,
P.O. box 048. ocH.tf
7* ACRES OF LAND —GOOD
*J artesian well; 3U miles from the Los
Nietos depot. Inquire of dr. RIVES, at Los
*VJR * unimproved lands of the tlnest
quality, 3 miles from the court-house, cheap
for cash and no commissions to pay. Apply
to.I. Q. A. STANLEY, 28 Temple Block, up
AFIBST CLASS DRAFT TEAM,
consisting of two bright BAY HORSES, 5
and 7 years old, gentle und well matched,
weight 1400 and 1570 tt>s, respectively. For fur
ther particulars,apply at tin" Harp and Sham
rock saloon, Mum street,
OClt-tf JOHN CASHION.
Rooms to Rent.
HANDSOM ELY F URN 18H E D
rooms to let to gentlemen and their
wives, or to single gentlemen. Also, 3 rooms
communicating; suitable for four or six gen
tlemen. Inquire over Wilson's, on Main, be
tween First and Second sts. oc24''3t
ONE COTTAGE. 24x32-CON
laluingBrooms,water,and sink in the
kitchen; newly painted; In a tine locality, and
healthy, good neighborhood, Lot 50x200, from
Sunsevnin lo tbe street back of it, there being
two fronts. Has a great number of bearing
orange, lemon, lime and other (hilt trees.
Price, 14,000, Inquire of C. A. STORKE, at
Hkkai.d office. oc7t f
For Sale Very Cheap.
lOTS, BOTH IMPROVED AND
A unimproved, in the business portion and
suburbs of the city. Apply to
oc:Hm M. WHALING, Attorney.
A FIRST-CLASS. GOOD PAYING
DKAYING BUSINESS, solely on ac
count of the proprietor going Into other busi
ness. For full part icu lars, apply at this office.
This Is a line opportunity for some one.
rpHE FORT STREET MARKET,
Fort Street, between Fourth and
Whore can be found at all times, choice
Which will Is.- sold at reußonublc rates,
STBICTLY for CASH!
fiiS"Shop closed from 10 P. M. Saturduy night
until 4 o'clock Monday morning.
oc3l-lni M. A. COBLEE, Proprietor.
G1 ATES & NOYES.
W Corner Temple. Block and Spring St.
Auction Business promptly attended to. Spe
cial Sales mude in uny part of the city or
Furniture bought or sold on Commission.
Liberal advances mude on consignments.
s. B. caswki.i.. J. r. BU4S.
CASWELL & ELLIS,
Aud Dealers lv General Merchandise,
80 AND 82 MAIN STREET,
oc2-tf lais Anoki.es,
LADIES, YOU CAN BUY FIRST
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Just arrived direct from the East.
We ure determined to make one GRAND
CLEARING SALE, and offer our large stock,
commencing the season, at 78 cents on the
Dollar, at No. 1 Spring street.
oc2-lmls MRS. J. E. SMALL.
GO TO I. B. FERGUSON'S FOR
ALFALFA SEED. Corner of Spring
and Court streets, Los Angeles-. oeSOwl
I LINES OF TRAVEL.
LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO
ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1873,
trulns will run as follows, leuving
WILMINGTON-7:46 A. M. and 1 P. M.
LOS ANGELES—IO A. M. and 11. M.
Except on duys of steamers' arrival and de
parture, when trains will run In conned with
Passengers for Son Francisco and Sun Diego
will leave Los Angeles by the lo A. M. (ruin,
connecting at Wilmington with tin' Compa
ny's steamer. .
i(c First-class passenger cars will run regu
No Charge for Storage to Merchants in
JOHN MILNEK, Agent at Los Angeles.
oc2tl E. E. HEWITT, Mnpl.
ACENCY OF THE
Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten
Mail Steamship Companies.
BEING APPoFnTED AGENT OF
the above Mail Steamship Companies
forthe Southern Coast, I am Prepared Io fur
nish THROUGH PASS AGE TICKETS by any
of those lines of steamer.-,
To and from Europe,
to New York and San Francisco at the lowest
rates. Also give MONEY POSTAL ORDERS
to all purts of
Germany, Switaerlaud, AiiHtrin. rrume
England. Snellen. Korwuy
Which will be delivered to the receiver free of
charge, at their respective houses, in uny part
Also, gives DRAFTS on uny part of Europe,
in sums to suit.
Collections made in any Part of
For particulars, apply to
H. FLEISHMAN, Bella Union Store,
oc2tl'3p Agent In Los Angeles.
•L 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. Baggage culled for in
time for the trains.
OS* Leave orders on the slate at the office, In
Wells, Fargo A Co.'s office, corner Main and
Market streets, or P. O. box 280. oc3-lmls
Notice to Creditors,
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
the County of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia.—Estate of John Porn, deceased. No
tice is hereby given by Ihe undersigned, ad
ministratrix of said estate, to Ihe creditors of
ami all persons having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within four months nfter the first
publication of this notice, tothe said adminis
tratrix, at her residence near the Sisters' Hos
pital, or St the office of her attorneys, Hubhcll
A Mitchell, in Temple's Block, in tneCitv and
County of Los Angeles.
MARY JANE DORK.
Administratrix of the Estate of John Horn,
Dated at Los Angeles, October 80, 1573.
A BATTER, PROPRIETOR.
• Basement, cor. Main and ReipiiuaSts.
All the delicacies ofthe season. A NICK
COLD LUNCH at a minute* notice, wines,
Ales, Porters, Liquors and Champagnes, ot
the very choicest brands.
Caviar, Mardetlen, Ss Ism ami IJmburs-cr
A line Billiard Table In the Hall.- MMp
j. a, haundkkh, m. n. en. v. ukinzkman, p. d
J. B. SAUNDERS & CO.,
JJRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
74 MAIN STREET, lA)S ANGELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PUREST DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES
of all kinds. bit Prescriptions carefully com
pounded day and night. oc2-im2p
Montana Meat Market.
TH EODORE FRtEHLI N<!ER.
The best and tendcrest incuts tess. .._,,„
in the market, None but the "vV^J
Prlmest Beef and Mutton-«»iL2L
ever to be found. Note Ihe address Montana
Meat Market, Main Street near First, Los An
QONTRACTOR AND BIT LDER,
Shop on First Street,
Between Main and Spring, Los Angeles.
§Mf Jobbing done neatly and with Dispatch.
NINTH STREET, BETWEEN
Grasshopper nnd Griffin streets,
Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
WASHING done on reasonable terms.
PEARL BUTTONS sewed on, und ordinary
MENDING done. Washing culled for and de
livered, FREE OF CHARGE.
OS"Order slate ut Broderlck's Book Store.
oc2-lmlp .1. S. ii'NFIL
JOHN B. TUNGATE, PROP'R.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
BEST BILLIARD SALOON IN KERN CO.
My old Ix>s Angeles friends, please give me
a call. Mv place is next the Telegraph Stage
Company's office. octttMp
For First-Class Printing,
GO to the "11E1tA1.13."
A COMPLETE SET OF STORE
FIXTURES, consisting of
SOLID WALNUT COUNTERS,
GLASS CASES AND SHELVING,
Suitable for a
DRY GOODS, GROCERY, CONFECTION
ERY OR DRUG STORE.
Perfect Order and
FOR SALE AT A GREAT BARGAIN.
oolWflp J. L. WARD A CO.
[Wants published at the rate of cents per
line lor each Insertion, or lo cents per line for
three Insertions. No advertisement under
this head taken for less thuil 25 cents,J
"lIT A NTED A SMART, ACTIVE BOY, 15
TT to 18 years old, tor a hotel Apply at
this office. 0e.10.3t
WANTED- A SITUATION AS LADIES
NURSE. Inquire at No. 127, corner of
Sprtngtand Fourth streets. oc27 , 'st_
WANTED— A YOUNG MAN OF
good business ability, who cun give
tirst-clnss reference, wants employment In or
near the ell v. Apply to Postmaster Bent.
WANTED— FIVE WOMEN TO
sew carpets. At tlu£Curpe: Warehouse
—75 Main street, Downey Block. oc2llf
WANTED— $10,000 TO LOAN ON
notes, In sums of $100 to £500. Apply
to oc22tf B. H. SLAUGHT.
WANTED— A RENTER FOR 240
acres of land, Possession given Im
mediately. Apply to S. H. SI.ACGHT.
WANTED— MONEY TO LOAN
on good security ut 1 to 2 percent, per
modth. Apply to H. 11. SLAUGHT.
WANTED— A SITUATION RY A
middle BJfed man, to take care of an
orchard, where the place is suitable for keep
idg poultry. But small wages will be required.
Address "(j. G." at tills office. 0c22.3t
WANTED— A WOMAN TO - DO
general housework. Apply at first
house on Main, south of Fourth st. oc7tf
WA N T E D—SEVERAL DAY
BOARDERS Can find good accommo
dations .it MRS, BACK MAN'S, Spring street,
near First. oc.'ltf
WA UT ED—TWO OR THREE
DAY BOARDERS can be accommu
daied'wltli llrst-class board al COL PEEL'S.
suited to n small family, and uot more
than one mile from the court-house. Address
11. C, 11 kkai.u office, stating price and loca
Our Own Manufacture!
In tin* Oit.v!
A Large Stock of fresh Crack
ers always on Hand.
i in band and made to order at short notice.
Tastefully decorated CAKES of any design, nt
reasonable prices. Also,
BREAD, PIES AND CAKES,
Fresh every day, at the
Los Angeles Woolen Mill
SACRISTE, ELLIOTT & CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, AND MAN
UFACTURERS Of I
All Wool Cassimeres,
Tweed*. Flannels. Blankets, etc.
All our goods are PURE WOOL, and war
ranted us represented. Consumers can
Save 25 to 33 per cent.
by buying direct from us. STORE AT THE
•'WHITE HOUSE," corner of I .on Angeles
and Commercial streets. oc2tf-2p
fIORNER MAIN & MARCHES-
V> SACLT STREETS.
FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES
EVERY DAY. na»CAKES of every sort or
kind made to order. Orders promptly attend
ed to. ocl9mlp4
HARP AND SHAMROCK
rpilE UNDERSIGNED HAS PUR
-A. CHASED the above business, and Jwlll
keep on hand none but the PUREST AND
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKIES,
English ami Neoteh Ales,
American Bourbon and Bye,
Havana Cigars, etc.
CEAD MILLE FAILTHE.
ocftlf 119 Main street, Los Angeles.
Important to Winemakers
rpHE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO
A inform producers of wine that they can
place at their disposal a machine, patented
March 11, 1873, for
by which means the taste of newness and all
acidity is destroyed, and the wines preserved
without future change. The process al once
MAKES IT LIKE A THHEE-VEAIt OI.I) WINE, lllld
destroys the germs of fermentation,
ii-*. Price, per Gallon. TWO CENTS, au
M. A. LUQUET A CO., Los Angeles.
Guitar and Singing.
jpROFESBOR M. S. AREVALO
has returned lo this city, nnd will resume
Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes
Apply at BRoDRICK'S Book and Music
Stole. * ocls-lm2p
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
UNDER THE CARE OF THE
FATHERS OK ST. VINCENT he PAUL.
DEGREES CONFERRED, nnd the most
complete Education given. No more beauti
fully situutcd spot lv the whole of southern
California. Apply by letter, or personally, to
REV. J. MIGILL, C. M.
MEN WITH TEAMS, TO
*J V/" / bring their wives and children to
Buy Goods at the Dollar Store,
Present prices being
2.1 to 1041 per Cent, less than Else* here.
B*" Remember the place, No. 103 Main St.,
opposite the Court House. ocs-lm2p
Los Angeles City Water Co
LOCATION oI~WORKS, CITY
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, 51 and 53 Main street. In
the city of Los Angeles, on MONDAY, NO
VEMBER 17, 1873, at 12 o'clock M., for the
election of officers for the ensuing year, und
forthe transaction of such other business us
may lie brought before the meeting.
oclBtd EUGENE MEYER, Secy.
I. B. FERGUSON'S
Is the Exelaalve Commiaalou House to
iro to for Kverythlng- You Want.
A VEST, WITH A POLICEMAN'S
STAR—Somewhere near Santa Anita.on
the Los Angeles road. Any person finding it
will confer v favor and tie rewarded for their
trouble, by leaving It at the Ilßßin.n office.
S. H. SLAUGHT.
SALE AND EXCHAN6E AGENCY!
BUYS AND SELLS REAL Efl
tnte In all sections or the t'ulon. Has
large tracts tor sole in Southern CalUbrnia.
Homes for Farmers,
Homes for Mechanics,
Homes for Business Men,
Of all kinds unit nt all prices.
Special attention paid to the
EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES.
SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK.
A PERPETUAL FAIR,
where the best products of thecountry Will be
freely put on exhibition, to which all persons
ure 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, nnd 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 tbe
Bring Along Your Best Results
of honest labor, and curious freaks of nature,
and sec If we cannot astonish the world. Also,
report what you have done.
Special Attention to Exhibition ot Ores
and general Information exchanged 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.
Wo are fully convinced that the time Is at
hand when old things are to Is- done away,
and nearly all things nre to become new. Con
sequently, many changes will become neces
sary, and to facilitate this object Is our pur
pose In our present business capacity. Front
our extensive acquaintance with the people of
the Eastern Stales, cs well as our knowledge
of this country and its people—which we have
worked diligently and hard to learn—and tbe
large amount of
Choice, Desirable and Cheap Property
we hnvc nn sale nnd to lease, we feel confident
of success, and that is half the battle won.
Our motto is onward and upward with tbe
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 of 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, Lemon
nnd other Fruit Trees; Cattle, Horses and
other Stock: besides many other first-class or
chard und Farm Lands. Houses and laAu, and
Ranches, improved and unimproved, from t
to B,Uooacres—some with tine dwellings and
ull necessary out-bulldlngs: and highly im
proved land, ranging from 86 to 5i,,100 per acre,
not advertised In the following list:
Parties desiring to sell or buy would do well
to call and submit, their business to us, as all
interests entrusted to us wlU'recelve prompt
attention - The following property on hand:
400 Acres of Good Funning Land, suitable
for Dairy purposes or sheep range; :*6jooo worth
of Improvements in fences und Buildings;
well watered and lv every way desirable. Sit
uated one mile from Compton, nine miles
trom Lot Angeles. Price $12,000.
NO. 58. 34 acres unimproved, iy, miles trout
court-house; v tine corner location on a main
street; good healthy location. This place will
be sold altogether, or In lots of 5 or 10 acres.
Good, choice land; easy of act ess by public
conveyance; fine chance for city homes. $3400.
NO. 56. 100 acres improved, near San Ga
briel Mission. House und other outbuildings;
well watered; good grain or fruit land. Very
N* is. 50, 51 and 52. 4 and 5, nnd acre lots:
splendidly and plcusuntly located; good soil
and water privileges; from $(100 to 32,500 each
NO. 05. 8 .'t2-100ocres improved hinds, wti«.
good house of 5 moms; miles irom court
house, near omnibus line ami good school.
Well watered, on It ere planted 174 orange
trees, 4 and 5 years old, In fine condition, and
10 Sicily lemons, 6 years old; 50 bearing fruit
and nut trees, of splendid quality, und one
acre of ulfulfil. A desirable und cheap place.
NO. 66. 4 1 * acres splendid land, ItJ miles
from the court-house, adjoining the above. Is
planted with walnut, orange and lemon trees.
Ciiii be pin chased at a bargain for cash. A de
sirable city Ink 81,800.
NO. 62. 10 ncresjwell improved; good house
of ti rooms; l \ miles from court-house, on San
Pedro street, tin it ure planted 150 limes, 4 and
5 years old, 100 lemons, 4 and 5 years old, too
orange trees, 5 years old, 30 apples, 6 pears, 25
peaches, 4 tigs, 1 Italian chestnut, 5 grape-vines
—all in good bearing. 85,750.
NO. 63. 13 acres well Improved, \\i miles
from the court-house; good house, 14x46, in
cluding wings; two stories, contains « room*,
closets, buth and store-room, all hard rtn-
Ished, Three line weeping willows grace the
yard; 24 bearing orange trees, loaded with
fruit; 28 white walnut,BB apple, IN pear, 4 fig, 4
apricot, 7 quince, 3 pomegrunute, nil In One
bearing; 77 orange, 3 years old, 77 walnut, 4
years old, In orchard; 100 walnut, 200 orange,
lemon and lime trees lv nursery; Also, vine
yard of 3,000 vines, und \V t acres alfalfa. This
place is near the terminus of tbe omnibus
line; B good location, healthy and pleasant;
for sale or to rent; a fine property ut a bargain.
New brick house nnd lot, 40 feet front by 100
feet deep, on San Pedro street,* minutes' walk
from the post-office; good location. tJ2,4t00.
Fruit and Vineyard Ranch of 22 acres: wine
cellar, with casks and stock of wine; tools and
materials,with the crop; comfortable house
and other buildings. There Is 200 per cent,
profit on wine at the present price of grapes.
Orange and lemon trees.as well us other fruits.
Six lots, 180 feet front on Main street, and ISO
on Spring street. We wunt money lo build
houses with. f*:1,500.
Two lots on Main street. 120x150; good loca
tion ; cheap for cash, til,ooo.
DO acres near the fair grounds, Just outside
Hie city limits, in the vicinity or artesian wells
so acres good land; valuable without Irriga
tion; artesian wells easily supplied. V 2.100.
A good location; house ofs rooms; 6 large,
bearing orunge trees, several nearly In bear
ing; lemons, limes and other fruits; 5 minutes
walk from the post-office. M.OOO.
House and lot with 40 acres, to lie divided to
suit the purchaser; with or without .house or
improvements, in 5, or 10-acre lots near the
city limits. $750, 8937 or $1,500.
40 acres, with good house, to exchnuge for
cuttle or sheep.
About 1,200 acres of choice fruit land, and
1 hi' best vineyard land in this country, well
wittered; water all rises on tbe place. $12,000.
600 acres, same as above; Improved; 30 miles
from I.OS Angeles. $30,000.
A Hue, thrilly, bearing orange, lemon and
apple orchard; v city lot of 20 acres, centrally
20 acres on san I*edro street, near Jefferson;
cultivated, and bus 50 bearing trull trees; 11cm
in the city water limits. $2,000.
8,000 ncres unimproved land, with water pri
vilege, at $6 per uere. Apply at this offlee, or
leO. D.»'ompton, at Compton.
12 acres of choice land, all In orchard and
vines In full bearing, located lv the central
part of the city. Ext in good water privilege.
Good house, barn, and nil necessary out-bulld
lngs. Pays well. $12,001).
House; 2 stories nnd 7 rooms, hard fln-AsL
Ished, and closets. Also, brick basemnntjflj.
jSAK 3 rooms and cellar; wine-closet and hall.
Tg*B acres of ground,uleely planted with fruit,
shrubs, flowers, etc.. good fence and outbuild
ings. Most splendid suburban local Inn In the