Newspaper Page Text
The Largest Circulation of any Paper
Printed in the County.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1873.
The body of teachers which have
just disbanded was in every way an
honor to the county and community
in which they live. Few counties of
an older and more pretentious charac
ter make a better showing at their
Institute than Lis Angelesut this, the
last and hest.
The watch bestowed by the teachers
of Los Angeles County upon the retir
ing Superintendent was a testimonial
well deserved. Mr. McFadden, hy his
kind, genial and smiling face, made
sunshine in the schools wherever he
went, and by his drive and energy he
has stirred up emulation.
LOS NIETOS CORRESPONDENCE.
Los Nietos, Nov. 0, 1873.
Editor Herald:—No news that
would interest your many readers.
Weather clear and pleasant. Farmers
are busy harvesting their corn crops,
consequently our streets are scarce of
teams, and our merchants are watch
ing with longing eyes for customers.
The Los Nietos railroad is finished
to the Nietos depot, aud the telegraph
poles are all up. As soon as the lum
ber arrives we expect to see the depot
buildings going up, and in a few weeks
regular trains running between Nietos
and your city, and Wilmington,
which will give our valley a business
The land of the new town site, (City
of Nietos), belongs to what is known
as the Downey Association, with
Judge M. D. Crawford, agent. We re
cognize the fact that all persons have
the right to the full and entire control
of their own property, either to keep it,
or to dispose of it at will. This asso
ciation have bought up the laud im
mediately around the depot, and sur
veyed it into lots, and are content.
They have sold a few lots, but wheth
er they wish to sell any more or not,
is not known to the public. There ap
pears to be a lack of energy on the
part of the association. It is true that
Judge Crawford is confined to his
room on account of sickness, but that
should not hinder the association from
putting the City of Nietos before the
world through the press. Ilf they wish
to sell any more of their lots, the pub
lic must be informed of the fact, or
else strangers will never come here to
buy. Why do not they advertise so
that strangers will know where to find
a home? Not a line to the outside
world has ever gone to the press from
any member of the association. All
that has ever been written for the
press in favor of this locality has been
done by those who do not own a dollar
in the City of Nietos, but have a de
sire to see the country prosper, and
immigration come pouring in from
other countries, and assist in its de
velopments. So long as the associa
tion remain dormant and sit back in
their easy chairs and - wait for imi
grants to hunt them up in order to
get rid of their money for a piece of
ground to make a shelter on, to pro
tect them from the sun and storms, we
are fearful that they will be like angels'
visits, and some one alive to the ne
cessities of this valley Mill take ad
vantage of the opportunity, and be
fore the association can arouse out of
their lethargy, the golden moment
will slip from their grasp, and they
will awake some morning to see the
great city of Nietos outstripped and
left behind by some rival location,
with live enterprising leaders or pro
prietors. We pay our portion of the
subsidy for the building of the Los
Nietos railroad, and we as citizens
have an interest in this matter. We
want to lend a helping hand in doing
our part towards building up a nice
village for our own convenience, and
one that will be the pride of Nietos
valley, and thereby ofter inducements
to immigrants to settle in our midst,
and Nletos City is the favorite spot
for such a place. But a change must
come over the dream of this land asso
ciation, something more liberal than
waiting with open hand to take the
dollars for a few feet of land, with a
don't care style, if you don't come you
can stray away. That's no use, they
will come whether you care or not, and
if you don't hunt them up and accom
modate them, some one else will.
There is plenty of land in Nietos val
ley to build on as well as to raise corn.
VVe are determined never to let up un
til Los Nietos can boast of a first
class town. The people of this valley
are with the association if they will
help themselves, but time is money
now, wake up or else we M ill change
our love to other Gods. Observer.
Lafayette Hotel—C. Thomas, iSaii
Diego; Mrs. D. Granges and two boys,
Mrs. Garvias, T. Ruuple, Anaheim; J.
G. Campbell, W. A. Dalton, J. Fluhr,
Arizona; P. Thomas, J. N. Domlni
gouz, Los Nietos; T. Smith, M. Agui
Pico—L. G. Colgate, San Luis Obis
po; F. Marchado,La Ballona; SI. Mar
tienos, Los Nietos; I. Johnson, Ft.
Tejon; E. P. Thomason, El Monte; J.
Fitch, New Jersey; O. R. Henly, Iowa;
W. Swlnton, Kansas Olty; M. B. Al
ton, Illinois ; J. J. Cremwell, Denver,
Clarendon—P. Williams, A. Osabio,
Walter Drew, city; Fred W. Athern,
Anaheim; P. Olancy and wife, Illi
nois; Chas. C. Warner, H. McSparram,
San Francisco; W. Berets, Sierra; D.
A. Meyendorrf, Wallapai; Isaac K.
Brunn, M. Goldbaum, San Bernardino;
F. W. Lambourne, Puente; M.
Cohn, San Diego; John I.ang, Soledad;
J. B. Lankershim, San Fernando.
United States—J. Y. Stewart, San
Francisco; Robert S. Grubb, Bakers
iield; J. A. Martin & wife, Santa Ana;
S. E. Wilcox, Clarksville, Term.; C.
O. McGrew, Lyon Station; A. Kohler,
Anaheim: J. Miller, Lyons Station;
C. G. Muller, Catalina Island; J. W.
Johnson, Santa Ana; J. Johnson,
Clark District; J. Jordan & wife, An
aheim ; J. Adams, El Monte ; R. W.
The man who was shot at Wilming
ton a few days ago, has been brought
to the city and is stopping with his
friend, iefior Valestero, near the Plaza.
He is rapidly improving under the care
of his attending, physician. Dr. Stan
way, and is not in a critical condition,
nor is he going to the hospital, as erro
neously reported in yesterday's Star.
EXCLUSIVELY TO THE MKRAI l>.
New York, Nov. 7.—The Bank of
England has raised its rate of discount
to 9 per cent.
Nine police precincts return over
$4,000, contributed on election day for
the Memphis •offerers. The police
have contributed $2,000 for the relief
of the police of Memphis.
Judge Davis and Mr. Bartlett, of
counsel for Tweed, at the trial to-day,
had another tilt. The Judge had de
cided one Orrell, after a long exami
tlon, competent as a juror, when Bart
lett rose to comment on his admission
by tending to show bias. Judge Davis
peremptorily refused to hear another
WOtd on the subject, and in the course
of a dialogue Bartlett said: " As your
Honor will not hear argument after
decision, would you Inform us when
the next juror is called that you will
hear argument before decision." Judge
Davis said angrily, "Sit down."
Bartlett replied: " I refer your Honor
to Justice Chase and many other au
thorities." Judge Davis, rapping with
his gavel, reiterated : "Sitdown, sir;
sit down. Be cautious, sir, or I will
refer you to a still later case, that of
Bartlett." " I did not hear you, your
Honor," replied Bartlett. Judge:
"Another repetition of that, or any
thing of that character, and 1 will fall
down upon you in a way that may not
be pleasant." The juror was then
peremptorily challenged by the de
fense. Reference to Justice Chase was
understood to be made to that Judge's
impeachment for irregularities on the
In the general sessions to-day a mo
tion was made to quash the indict
ments, found in 1871, against ex-Con
troller Connolly, on the ground that
he was co-defendant In the trial now
coming against Tweed, set for the 15th
The situation in Philadelphia is re
ported more favorable, and part of tln
due and past due paper of the Texas
and Pacific Construction Company has
been provided for.
The bricklayers are still on their
The Central Council of the Union of
the Order of American Bricklayers
met last night in secret session. It
was stated that a compromise was sug
gested, that the employers should only
deduct twenty-five cents, instead of
fifty, from a day's pay.
Judgment has been given forthe de
fendant in the suit of W. A. Britton,
of New Orleans, against General But
ler, to recover the value of two notes
seized by the latter while in command
in New Orleans.
A letter numerously signed has been
forwarded to President Grant, urging
him to use his authority and power
to relieve persons on board the cap
tured steamer Virginius from impris
Washington, Nov. 7.—The State
Department up to noon had received
uoofficial notice concerningthe steam
er Virginius, further than the fact of
the capture. The Navy Department
have no official news on the subject,
there being no Government vessel in
the neighborhood 1 of the capture.
Registers granted to vessels contine
until they are sold or change their
names. No intelligence relating to
either of these points, as regards the
Virginius, has reached the Depart
ment. The books of the Treasury De
partment show that the register orig
inally granted to the Virginius has
remained line hanged. The news re
ceived to-day of the execution of prom
inent persons captured on board of the
Virginius, occasions much surprise in
all circles, it not being supposed that
the trial would be so summary. Tiie
subject was discussed to-day at a Cab
The Post will publish this evening a
report of the Union Trust Company,
from which it appears that the assets
are $6,357,3(19; due depositors, 5,229,
Chicago, Nov. 7.—A Washington
special says that the estimates for the
Indian service i556,725,0»i0, an increase
over last year of §1,272,000; total in
crease in the estimates of the Interior
Department, including the above In
dian service, is 5i,800,000, or only
about $0,000 increase for the entire de
partment outside of the Indian Bu
reau. The estimates of the Depart
ment of Justice are about the same as
last year, as near as can be ascertain
ed from figures already prepared. The
total of the estimates from all the de
partments will exceed those of last
year by about live per cent.
A special from Fort Sill says that
the Indians have burned Whalley's
Ranch, near Red River Station, on
Monday. They murdered one man,
and drove away considerable stock.
Two men belonging to a surveying
party were murdered thirty-five miles
from Fort Richardson, on last Satur
The Apaches from New Mexico are
raiding on Texas aud committing
Boston, Nov. 7. -The Journal puts
the Senate at 17 Republicans, 14 Demo
crats and 1 Independent; Assembly—
71 Republicans, 50 Democrats and 1
PuiLADKLPiriA, Nov. 7. Schooeft'er
Bios., manufacturers of dress goods,
have suspended. It is reported that
they have ample assets to pay all lia
The Philadelphia Dmpatnh says that
rumors were current on the street to
day, of Colonel Tom Scott's resigna
tion of the Vice-Presidency of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, but
the result of careful inquiry proved
their falsity. Many believe that the
rumor was invented and spread in the
interest of stock speculators.
Pittsburgh, Nov. 7.—The bunking
house of Ira B. McVay Co. closed
this morning, owing to complications
growing out of the suspension of their
Havana, Nov. ti.—The tribunal at
Santiago de Cuba, before which the
persons captured on the Virginius
were brought, condemned Bernarde
Verona, Pedro Cespedes, Jesus del Sol
and General Ryan to death. They
were shot on the morning of the 4th.
I' vnis, November ((.—Five men to
day arrested for being engaged in a
conspiracy to abduct the niece of Pres
ident MacMahon, and hold her as a
hostage, have been convicted and sen
tenced to various terms of imprison
Toronto, Nov. 7,—Ail hope is aban
doned of the safety of the fourteen
persons left on board the burning
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS.
I'ACM .HIVKI.Y TO THE HMAUt.
Incorporation Colonising Project
lor I,oh Angele* touniy Race
Postponed Scarcity ol Vegetables
Fell From n NrnftVtlrt Paaaen
dor List Slocks Etc.
San Francisco, Nov. 7.
A certificate of incorporation of the
Chariot Mill mid Mining Company
was filed to-day, to work in the Bauer
District, .San Diego County, with a
capital stock of $3,000,000, in 80,000
•Dana. Trustees—James B. Lang,
Duncan McClellan, Henry H. John
ston, Charles J. Pillsbury and John
Ex-Senator Maclay started for Los
Angeles to-day, and intends to pur
chase large tracts of land and divide it
up for settlers.
Owing to the heavy condition ofthe
track of the Agricultural Park, the
pacing race between Defiance, Long
fellow and Jim Brown did not come
oft" to-day. It is announced that the
races advertised for to-morrow will
take place if the weather remains
The prices of most kinds of vegeta
bles in this city have reached exorbi
tant figures on account of the strike of
tiie Italian gardeners against the order
of the Board of Supervisors, which
drives them out of Sansome street for
market wagon stands.
The Mint coined thirty thousand
dollars worth of dimes since the Ist
inst. Next week they will commence
on half dollars.
A painter named Leonard, working
at the Grand Hotel, fell oft* the plat
form to-day, a distance of forty-five
feet, and received serious but not fatal
A vessel of three hundred tons bur
den has been chartered to take a cargo
of California golden syrup from here
direct to Hamburg.
Captain Hamill, of the bark Midas,
lias been arrested for beating a seaman
named Brown, and keeping him tied
up all night.
The complaint against A. Dashiel,
the Herald correspondent, for obtain
ing money under false pretenses, was
dismissed to-day in the Municipal
Following is the list of passengers
per steamer Mohongo:
San Pedro—J. E. Bates, J. O. Ad
ams, Mrs. Grelch, Mrs. M. M. Grelch,
W. F. Clapp, wife and daughter, J. G.
Denning and wife, J. H. Murphy, G.
W. Goodrich, A. Peterson, Mrs. Tib
bits, Mrs. .Simmons and 2 children, T.
H. Jackson, J. Richards, W. Riley, F.
Adam, Mrs. Christe, Miss McKay, M.
B. Tobez, T. J. Moore, E. (Jutter, E. A.
Harris, Mrs. Boldt,, L. W. Thatcher,
wife and child, Mrs. Rasing, Mrs.
Wakelle, J. S. Frish, G. E. Smith, Z.
Manvais, C. French and wife, W. W.
Kimball, K. Hitton, R. Crawford, C.
Maclav. G. Leach, W. H. Buckley, J.
Yon Dine, F. Argala, D. White, R. M.
Raynard, Miss Holt, Mr. Holt, R. H.
Oilman, J. C. Bensoll, C. Craine, A.
Monk, Mrs. Hameus, Mi's. Freante
and son, N. Silva, L. Terry wife and
child, W. Igoe, J. W. Philips, Dr. Un
derbill and A. Bartholomew.
Following are the transactions at the Morn
Ophir fifl'S Buckeye i
Gould tV Curry hJK .lulin H'/i
B & B *. .Hi Caledonia 17Vi
Savage 5:1 Knickerbocker 3%
(.'hollar. +V.i A.& V 2%
Hale m Norcross HI Glohe 87c
Crown Point I*7 Eclipse fi
Yellow Jacket «tl Baltimore Ufa
Imperial Ok t'tah 5
Empire -LT Central 1%
Kentuck l.'H. silver Hill 10
Alpha 32 Klsland %
Belcher 77 N. Y. Con W
confidence s Tyler %
Con Virginia 5982 I'nlon Con Z\l
S. Nevada 17k Senator %
Exchequer V% Central No. 2 10
Seg Belcher 02 Sutro 2%
overman 24 Woodvllle \%
Justice V/. Nevada 1%
Daney i%|Whltman I' 4
Meadow Valley 14 Hayes 1%
Raymond A X.iv r,s Amador :tt*
Eureka Con »>« SI. Patrick KJi
ploche ."1% Independent. 2)4
American King lfV„ Golden Chariot 1«
W A C *\\ Ida Ellmore 2%
Huhn & Hunt V/ K S Chariot Otf
Belmont W/. t Mahogany 0
Chf Hill l'/4 Empire (Idaho) 4%
Newark 4'/ H Hod Jacket.... 2
Kve Patch I>| Eureka 21
Eldorado South fi I
Makntiez, Nov. 7.
The residence of John Larkey, about
three miles and a half from Pacheco,
was this morning burned to tlte
ground. lioss, $2,500; no insurance.
Quite a refreshing shower of rain
fell here during lust night.
Ncwm From Arizona Indian Allulnt
ProyrettM ut tbe Revolution In
Menlco Scarcity Of HrendstiUU.
San DIEGG, Nov. 7.
The Tucson Citizen, of the Ist Inst.,
says, concerning the prospects for
peace, although some Apaches on the
reservations north of Oila ure peace
ful, with few exceptions. Cachise re
fuses to stop rniding into new und old
Mexico, und will not submit to the
discipline of being counted They are
well sinned, und druw rutions whether
on or oft'the reservation. Just us long
us this State of atfuirs exists, so long
will pence remain us uncertain us at
the present, Disaffected bad Indians
of other tribes feed and recruit on this
reservation, und come and go at will.
This is known on the other reserva
tions, and hinders Ueiieral Crook's
Sixteen men passed through Tucson
this week in pursuit of Apaches who
had stolen horses in Sonora. The men
have gone to Agent Jcffurd's, on the
Cachise reservation, to ask restoration.
A Guaymas letter, of October 24th,
to a citizen, says the revolutionists
evacuated Alamos on the 15th, and
the State forces took many prisoners
the next day.
A citizen calls attention to the prob
ably scarcity of breadstuffs in the ter
ritory before another harvest, and says
Sonora is already short. The El Paso
Sentinel says that orders have been is
sued in Chihuahua prohibiting the ex
portation of corn, wheat and beans to
the United States. The State Gov
ernment has ordered that all agricul
tural products shall be brought to
stated places and paid for, to be sold
at the same price during the winter,
in apprehension of famine.
Minima Aiiiia Bishop's Concert...JMMM
Fire Ku|riuc NruooU.
San Josk, Nov. 7.
An audience of moderate size greet
ed Madame Bishop this evening.
The Board of Education have order
ed an evening school to be opened here
next Monday. More than sixty ap
plications for tuition have already been
The city has contracted with Clapp
& Jones' Manufacturing Company for
the purchase of a new steam fire
Death From Poison.
Sacramento, Nov. 7.
An Inquest was held to-day on the
body of Mary MeArthur, a married
woman, aged thirty-six, who died sud
denly, early this morning, at the Or
phan Asylum. The evidence elicited
the following facts: A child of the
deceased has been an inmate of the
asylum for some time, the father prom
ising to pay for its support, but has
failed to do so for the past two months.
Mrs. MeArthur has been allowed to
stay at the asylum, she being in des
titute circumstances. On Tuesday
last she purchased an ounce of corro
sive sublimate, ostensibly to kill bed
bugs. She swallowed a portion of it
last night, which caused her death. A
post-mortem examination by the
county physician, showed that death
was caused by corrosive poison. Ver
l v.' A Ureut Conflagration Arrested
Georgetown, Nov. 7.
About 4 p. M., to-day, a tire broke
out in the China store occupied hy
Kow Wah, on Church street. The
burning building was immediately
surrounded by fifteen men with buck
ets. Had it not been for the Pilot
creek ditch which runs through the
town, and the great exertions of the
citizens, the residences of Dr. Jewett,
H. Curamings and John Hotchkins
would have been burned, and perhaps
the entire town laid in ashes. Three
buildings were burned. Loss about
$2,000. It originated through the
carelessness of a China cook. ;
Earthquakes at Cuiouvllle and Virgi
Unionville, Nov. 7.
A severe earthquake shock was felt
here at 6:45 this p. m. It ran from east
to west .and lasted several seconds.
Several slight shocks have been felt in
the last two days and nights, and they
appear to improve greatly in quality.
Virginia, Nov. 7.
The races to-day at the Virginia
Agricultural Park were well attended.
Two earthquake shocks were felt
iv this city this evening between ii
and 7 o'clock.
llines* ot Fred Grant Heavy ltob
Salt Lake, Nov. 7.
Fred Grant was too ill to attend the
reception at the Walker House last
evening. He is better this morning
and left on his return East.
Evan Rogers and wife discovered
upon their arrival here last Might from
the East, that they had been robbed
of $2,700 in gold. There is said to be
a regular system of robbery existing
on the railway trains to Ogden.
Large quantities of ore for shipment
East cannot be moved for want of cars.
Large deposits of iron and coal have
been discovered near St. Georgia, in
the southern part of the territory.
t'OB COI S4 ILMAV.
Pleaas announce roe ai a candidate for the
Common Council from the First Ward, at the
ensuing municipal election. A. K. WARNER
YOUNG—RAMIREZ—At Ihe Mission Sun
Gabriel, Nov. 0, Samuel. Young of Fort
Tejoii.to .Miss F. Humlrev: of Mis-lon San
JORDAN—At the Rosa Castliia Ranch, Nov.
Oth, Lizzie Jordan, daughter ofthe lute A.
X Jordan, aged :l years.
(The funeral will lake place TO-DAY (Satur
day), at 2 o'clock P.M.,from Mr. Nledecker's
siore, comer of Spring and Fourth streets.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend.]
4K ACRES ONE MILE EAST
tfot Nletos Depot) on the line of the
X ill road. Eighty bushels 01 corn per Here
whs raised on the hind this year. There Is
ulso ti good dwelling hou«e, c tri) erlh, etc.
IAA/ \ SACKS OF (!()OD BA K
•" *" ™ ley for sale. Apply to
noB J. B. HOLLAWAY, Gallatin.
H. IM. MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
at law. Office—Room No. 11l Temple
Block, Los Aageles. P. O. floz 4.10. no7-tf
J. H. I.KKOY MANAGER
E. LIPSIS AGENT
SAST APPEARANCE OF
M*me 31A.RIK DURET,
Wonderful Impersonation of
•1 Bok Nlioppaiul!
FOR THK TIME,
With all lis Beautiful Music.
NEW AND APPROPRIATE SCENERY,
AND TERRIBLE DENOUEMENT,
Doors open at 7:.'K>; commencing at 8 o'clock.
Admission—Dress Circle, |1; Uallery, 50cts.
BANK fN G H 0 USES.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS
OV lAMB ANGELES.
JOHN G. DOWNEY PMBtMRf
I. W. HELLMAN Cashier
Exchange for sale on
San fraurlaro. Neu York,
Frankfort, Paris and
Receives Deposits and Issues Its certificates.
Buys and sells Legal Tenders, Uoverninent,
State, County and City Bonds. Will also pay
the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
left tis term deposits, interest will l>e allowed.
I.os Angeles, July 1, 1871. oc2-lm
WM. WORKMAN. F. P. F. TKMPi.K.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
Receive Deposits, Issue their Certificates and
GENERAL BANKING HI SINKS*.
DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO lANK [LIMITCOI,
AT SAN FRANCISCO.
Exchange for sale on
Nnv York, Hamburg
Loudon, llerlin nnd
Legal Tenders. Bullion, (fold Dust and Gov
ernment, State, County and City Bonds bought
and Hold. Receive valuables for sale keep
WOLFENSTEI N S'S
JL Pf T
And Photographic Gallery
The Best Pictures of every
Description. Old Pic
tures Copied and En
larged. Best Artists
Employed. Best fa
cilities in the
City. All work
El Dorado Store.
Wholesale and Retail Pealerln
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
WINES, LIQUOR AND TOBACCO.
7« MAIN STREET, LOB.ANGELES.
XT-Oil WANT YOUR HOUSE OR
JL Wagon painted to suit the times, call on
THOMAS RILLEY, on FIRST STREET.
Also GRAINING AND MARBLEING done
on moderute terms. nol-3mlc:fp
DRY GOODS AND CLOTH ING.'.
S. LAZARD & CO.'S
O 1» E TV I TN <1
FALL & WINTER GOODS
Monday. Nov. 3, 1873,
COMPRISING A MOST SELECT STOCK OF
THE LATEST STYLES OF
CONSISTINfI IN PART OF
00 Pieces all Wool Striped Poplins,
At GO Cents per Yard;
25 Pieces Scotch Plaids,
At SO Cent* per Yard;
60 Pieces Plain Satin de Chine,
At til";; Cents per Yard;
20 Pieces Striped Colored do,
At t!2', Cents per Yard;
10 Pieces Striped Black Uo,
At lli'i Cents per Yard.
100 Pieces Assorted all Wool Em
press Cloth, I" different qualities;
25 Pieces all Wool Serge,
Water Proof, Redingote Cloth,
Draps d'Ete, Etc., Etc.
ALSO. Kl'l.l. LINKS OK
Black Empress Cloth,
Black Biarritz Cloth,
Black French Merino,
Black Wool Delaine,
Tlie Greatest Novelty of the Season.
Imported expressly lor thin market,
100 Assorted New Styles
rCto., Ktc.. Etc..
AT $4 OO EAGH!
200 Dozen Ladies' Iron Frame Hose,
AT 9« CENTS A PAIR.
Joseph's KID GLOVES,
At 75 Cents a Pair.
Sole Agents for Southern California for the
Preville 1 and 2 Button Kid Gloves.
HpleiMlid AMHoilinenl of
Gents' & Boys' Clothing,
FURNISHING GOODS. Etc.
S. LAZARD A CO.,
51 ami 33 Mills* (street,
FOR SALE—TO LET.
T7L RANCHO DE LOS FKLIZ,
lit ime property of LKON BALDWIN,
450 acres of irrigable land,
2500 acres of grazing land, >m<t
1200 acres of hill land,
P., MILKS FROM THK CITY.
There are two largo and well furnished
houses,fitted up with all modern Improve*
menta.on tbe ranch; orte ot which lUantu m
Ihe center of a law and beautiful garden,
uroaehed by a private road. The river flows
at Ihe (hot Of the meadows adjacent to the
house .and game of every kind Is ahuudam all
Over the ranch. The Dairy Is built of brick,
and has accommodations for ..lie milk of 101 l
cows, and Ihe corrals, stable;, onl-bulldlngs,
etc.. are nil in perfect order. There are six
miles of good post and plunk fencing on lbs
properly, nnd Ihe situation is one of Ihe love
liest m Southern California.
TERMS-One-third cash, one-third In MX
months, and the balance al one, two or three
year*, bearing Interest at one per cent, per
month, at the option ofthe purchaser.
us. The title to Ihe water for the 450 acres of
irrigable land is absolutely perfect.
The title to the property WARRANTED.
Apply to GEN. JOHN M. BALDWIN, Los
Angeles, or LEON BALDWIN, Los Fells.
LAND FOR SALE.
LOCATED A ROUT TWO MILES
south ofthe Los Nietos Depot.
A splendidoo-ACRE LOT Is ottered for MB
sale on the most liberal terms. The loca-jCT
Ron Is very desirable, and the land Is iv good
Last year it produced a crop of 1 If) bushels ol
corn to the acre. Any one wiio may 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 Ibrsacrificing this property Is to meet
certain obligations immediately, terms—
one-half cash, and the balance in one or two
An ml-ACRE TRACT, located on the line ot
the railroad going east to Mud Springs, and
embraced in the San Jose Rancho. Tills is a
most desirable piece of land, Is iv a first-rate
condition; under fence, and giswl water-
JbM.right; on which are growing 10,000 grape
vines in a full hearing condition; has a large,
commodious DWELLING-HOUSE; all to be
sold on easy terms. For particulars, apply to
P. C. Ti INNER, spadra.or to
(i. W. MORGAN.
' Temple Rlock, Spring St., Los Angeles.
Farms for Sale!
]V 13A.1t NIETOS DEPOT
4t" ACRES—FIRST-CLABB FOR
• * corn or'frult, with wood and Mb
water. Price, #1,800. j£
QQI ACRES NEAR THE COL-
O t/'i LEGE—not in cultivation—one mile
south of the L. N. R. R. 11,0 m
Q « ACRES ALL IN CULTIVA
•J O TION — llrst-class improved — near
Gallatin—one mile south of l. n. R. R. |Mtn
OA ACRES FIRST-CLASS, IN
OU cultivation, with tbe hest artesian
well and'ivservolr in the county. 4 utiles east
of Nietos Depot. j.'i.OOO. Apply to
ocMtr J. B. HOLLOWAY, Gallatin,
ONE LOT CONTAINING 17 50-100
acres, situated in the northwest quarter
ofthe lands of Los Angeles city. Price f5OO.
Inquire of [OcT-SWJ C. A STORKE.
A PURCHASER FOR TWO VAL-
I'ABLE LOTS OF LAND, Mix 120 feet
each, situated near the centre of the city,
which cott |323 last June, but will be sold for
Si'iO, on account of the owner going to Aricn
na. Address CASH, P. O. box 048. 0e.17.tf
7SJ ACRES OF LAND —GOOD
O artesian well; :\% miles from the Los
Nietos dopot. Inquire of DR. RIVES, at I.os
For Sale or Rent.
rpilE CORNER LOT ON MAIN
A street,opposite Pico House; OOxllO. In
qnlre nl H. FLEISHMAN'S store. n0V«ml«
4.) CITY LOTS, FIVE MINUTES'
£i walk bom tho court-house, euch 7.1x250
feet, with bearing orange and lemon trees, and
ditch running through it. Must be seen to be
appreciated, inquire of E. GREENBAUM.
at Ihe White House. novttf
ZLOO ACRES IMPROVED AND
Tt" f unimproved lands ofthe finest
quality, ;i miles from the court-house. Cheap
for cash anil no commissions lo pay. Apply
to J. Q. A. STANLEY, 28 Temple Rlock, up
A FIRST CLASS DRAFT TEAM,
consisting of two bright HAY HORSES, 5
and 7 years old, gentle and well matched,
weight 1-100 and 1570 lr.s, respectively. For fur
ther particulars,apply at the Harp and Sham
rock Saloon, Main street.
ocH-tl JOHN CASHION.
O4> ACRES ON THE SAN ANTO
\J A nlo Ranch nnd the San Gabriel River.
It Is eight miles from the city and two Irom
Loa Nletoa depot, and a depot Is within one
half a mile. The tract is all arable and has
more timber than the place can consume.
The water right is excellent and the buildings
and Improvements good. Refer to A. C.
CHAUVIN.Los Angeles. nol-lmd-2mw
Rooms to Rent.
rooms to let to gentlemen and their ■
wives, or tosingle gentlemen. Also,:! rooms
communicating; suitable for four or six gen
tlemen. Inquire over Wilson's, on Main, be
tween First and Second sts. oc2l*3t
ON E COTT A G E. 24x32—CON
talnlngO rooms, water, and sink in the
kitchen; newly painted; in aline locality, audi
heal!hv, good neighborhood. Lot 50x200, from •:<.;.
Sansevain tothe street back of 11, there being
two fronts. Has a great number of bearing ..-9
orange, lemon, lime and other fruit trees. -
Price, 31,000. Inquire of C. A. STORKE, at
Hkuai. i) offlee. oeTw
For Sale Very Cheap.
T OTS, ROTH IMPROVED AND
XU unimproved, In the business portion and
suburbs of Ihe city. Apply to
OeS-lm M. WHALING, Attorney.
LADIES, YOU CAN BUY FIRST
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Just arrived direct from the East.
We are determined to make one GRAND
CLEARING SALE, and offer our large stock,
commencing the season, at 75 cents on the
Dollar, ut No. 1 Spring street.
no2-lmls MRS. J. E. SMALL.
Montana Meat Market.
The best and tenderest meats
in the market. None but the v!Zs*B
Primest Beef and Mutton mmm
ever to be found. Note the address—Montana
Meat Market, Main street near First, I.os An
JOHN B. TUNGATE, PROP'R.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
BEST BILLIARD SALOON IN KERN 00.
My old Los Angeles friends, please give me
a call. My place is next the Telegraph Stuge
Company's office. oe2BlKp
( CORNER OF COMMERCIAL
v> and Wilmington streets* Los Angeles.
We furnish THE BEST " O>KNTY-FIVE
CENT MEALS of uny restrain in town.
Wholesome food, good cool ,_~ and a clean
and airy dining room, has it —0 this restau
rant a favorite. LINDNER. I I TTOHEE.